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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

f H. A. Paduia, 3 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand tho best seleotod ' stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. J Prices compared with : the value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to enter into oontracta for (applying Chinese for ring-barking and ?crab-cutting) m well m Chinese servant* and oooks for stations. i LARGE STOCKS OF 0 ROOKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, I MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, 4c. HIGHEST VIUC15S GIVES. Ordoi's Promptly Attended to. Sros'. LINK OF Royal Mail Coaches Leave the Booking Office, next the i Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, I Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and i SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m.. for | W1LCAHNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL 1 - and all Intermediate Stations. '! AU Fares, Parcels, and Lugga...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

The Great National Remedy I Tor more thuu twenty ycurs.' hr. I Hiiiso's lnillan Rcot Fills ltnvi- l,.- 1 licforo llio Austra'.ns.'nn I I ill; uach year In popitlar 1 and uault ytar ohii-.vin;: a lar^o In- a crca.so in tnu salt 3 un; il now nearly n Ono million fcottl-.a aro cold annual- M ly. Very of'.'Mi nieilliiniia : 1 1 ) 1 : a r J| c:t tlio niarlict and fur a short tinn; K have a popular vobuc, for just what reaKon it in iliHicult to :ay, not h:\v- ^ S Ing any genuine merit, but tlio pnli- 'IjM. 110 soon lind.n this out, aud tlioy nB soon disappear and aro never heard fu ?or again. When a remedy like Dr. ,(ffl Morse's Indian Root l'llls for twen- l'li ty years shows a constantly lncrcas- .'g-S ln^ sain. It Indicates tho solid con- £.-?» fld'enco the public have In It. No oxag- $;}. Boratod 'jlr.ir.ia havo hciu urKCil for .. y. them. No attempt has been made to tfv Induce tho public to believe tlicy had g any miraculous power, but on all oc- K caslons tho*' idea has been present...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Latest War News. Sydney, Saturday. A Rome papor states that tbo Aus trians liavo loBt 300,000 men in the Carpathians, of whom one-third are priBonore. Wliolo divisions wore aimed with old-pattern German rifles nud using black powder. Appit:s:itly the factories 010 unable to turn out smokeless powder. The liner Theseus was chased hya Gorman submarine off Scilly Islands. When signalled to Btop tho Thesous went full speed alioad. Tho submar ine then opened firo with a machine gun, and subsequently fired sovoral Bholls from n 3-inch gun. Tho firo. struck llio linor all abovo tho walor lino, but nobody was injured. Tho chaso lasted 200 minutes, and 57 miles wero covored, when tho sub marine gavo up. Threo German spies wero arrested in London lor communicating naval aud military information to llio con tinent by means of invisiblo ink. They will ho tried by civil court in camora. Tho ' Daily Mail's' Salonika cor respondent belioves llio Bulgarian raid was part of Gormany's general war sch...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Mail Time Table. Timo of departure from Cobar Post Office— For Sydney, 7.50 a.m. (and when boaimg lato fee 8.5 a.m.), ToeBdayB, Thursdays and Saturdays. Wrightville, 7 p.m. Monday, Wcdncs. .day and Friday. Louth, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Badon Park, Friday, 7.1G p.m. Qilgunnia, Friday, 7.16 p.m. Mt. Dryedalo, Tuesdays C a.m. and Fri« days, 7.15 p.m. Kymagce and 8huttlofcon, Wodncsdays, 7.16 p.m. Elouera, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.16 a.m. Wikanuia, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays. 5.45 p.m. lUosvong, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, 7 p.m. Time of arrival at Post Office, Cobar. From Sydnoy, eto., Monday, WodneBday and Fridav, 6.20 p m. From ' Wrightvillo, Tuosday, Thursday mul Saturday. 7 a.m. From J.outh. Thursday, 8 a.m. Kiom Hnricn I'nrk, Wednesday, C a.m. - riiin Gil^umiiu, midnight Tuesday, f I Mim Mt. Prvvdalo, Momluy a^d Thurt I d;«v. o.f p in. nnd 10 p.m. I Krtm N\n»m*e and Sliuttloton, Wod* IjCHIh) . (- H.IK. From Klouera, Tuesday and Saturday, 7 a.m, From Wilcnnnia, Monda...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. At tbeP.L.L. OonferenoelaBt night a vigorous debate took place censur ing the Government on the question of the abolition of the Upper nouso, (he Fair Route Bill and llioir pre olection promises. Mr. Holman made an olcquont spcoch in dofonco of his atliludo with regard to tho Uppor Houso. A vole was (alien 011 tho consul □ liintinn. wliinh wnn rn jocled hy 73 to 38. At llio yearling snlcs yostorday, 160 lots reached 20,030 guineas. A half brother to Berngoon realised 775 guineas, tho top prico for llio day. Melbourne, Saturday. A hig fire occurrcd last night, when llio premiEcs of James Flood and Co., motor body builders, woro com pletely gullod. Sovonlecn privately ownod motors woro also deBtroyod. Tho damage is estimated at £15,000. Tho Federal Government intend to ro-introduco (ho Tariff Bill as socn as Parliamont opens.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Willard Defeats Johnson. FIGHT AT CUBA. New York. Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Willard Defeats Johnson. FIGHT AT OUBA. New York. Monday nicbt. The fight for the heavyweight championship ot the world between Jaok Johnson and Jess Willard, took plaoa at Havann&h to-day. Johnson was confident and fib, and waa favorite at 8 to 5 and 6 to 5 at the ringside. Willard is ten years younger than his opponent. Johnson entered the ring first and the enthuBiastio Cubans cheered wild ly. The negro's wife was looated with an escort. Willard entered a few minutes later to the accompaniment of wild screaming and clapping. Round one oponed with Jobtison fointing and getting in with uppereuts to bis opponents jaw. Willard, who appoared uervous drove two lofts to the body. Neatly clinching. Johnson scorod with right and loft to tlio jaw in the fiooond term, with Willard piaybifl 11 punishing right ami left to tbo hotly. Johnson iiooiteil a left to tbo stomach, and Willn rd was drivon to tlio ropes, with a tat I oo of lefts coming to ?'}* fncr. . Tho third round saw inuoli...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICA AND THE WAR. TWO AUSTRALIAN VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

AMERICA AND THE WAR. I TWO AUSTRALIAN VIEWS. 1 Mr. J. 11. Greene wrote to the New York |P Times on January 26: — « Allow an Australian of in years' residence Cf In the United States to explain his attitude. & We Australians have looked on these States as our blood relations. Despite your largu 'I immigration from Continental Europe, to us ; J you arc a British colony thut had rightly { i *won its own independence and carried on . the British language, laws, und Institutions. '« 8 Your splendid national originality comes £ fi from these sources. You are more British ?fl| in grain than anything else. Llko us, you -fl | owe your being principally to Anglo-Saxon S and Celtic adventurers. w Now, Australians ,takc our Government a| seriously. We discuss politics as much as fg you talk business, and wc judge a country ? by its Government's action, and to us, half 9 a world away, the attitude of the United ? States 1b the attitude of its Government. Tho I splendid charity of the Ame...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sports at Canbelego. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Sports at Canbelego. On Saturday aud Monday last the ManoheBtor Unity and Patriotio Lea gue at Canbelego hold a Bports moot ing of cyoling and athletio events in tho Florida paddook, in aid of tho Bolglan Rod Cross funds. Tho at tendance 011 tho first day was not largo, hut was much bettor on Eastor Monday. Tho committee, of whioh Messrs. D. J. Down and .T. Jonklns woro tho onorgolio socrotarios, oxpeeb to clear about £30 for tho rod cross fund. Tho progrnmmo was woll con toslod, and tho oflicinls oarricd out their duties in a satisfactory mannor. An unfortunato acoidont ocourrod in tho High Jump 011 tho first day, W. Flynn breaking his leg whilo jump ing. Another accidont occurred on tho second- day, when J. Burns, a Trangio cyclist, had a narrow esoapo whilo riding in tho second heat of tho Florida Wliocl Baca. Tho cotter pin of tho driving wheel of his mncliino was out in two, and tho whoel camo off, but Burns escnped uninjured. Following aro tho results of tho various ovonts: — ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

, SIMON'S ) Gigantic Summer Sale COMMENCED Saturday, April 3rd, For 1 4 Days Only. Tremendous drop in prices of our present stock of Dra pery, Clothing, Mercery, Crockery, & c. We are preparing to give you exceptional bargains during this great Sale. Such prices assure a lower cost of living, and make a little money go a long way. Your confidence will be maintained, for our prices throughout represent the limit of littleness. Just come and see, you'll remain to buy. All usual prices are now cut into small pieces. Bargains ia Men's Clothing & Mercery. Prices will be cut to the mere fractions at this Great ale. Profit has not been considered, so j therefore call and inspect for yourself. Every item going at Big Reduction. Note these few pecial Bargains. i Men's Flannel Shirts, worth .5/6 and .5/1 1. Going at 2/7i. } Men's (irey Dungaree Trousers, worth 3/1 1, Kuinjf at 2/11. j Men's Blue Dunffaree Trousers, worth .3/6, going- nt. 2/6. 'Hen's Fashion .Shirts, v;ortli o/...

Publication Title: Western Age
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SECOND DAY-MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

SECOND DAY— MONDAY. The weather was ngain glorious, and the attendance much larger than on Saturday. Results: — Opening Handicap Footrace, about 100 yds, of £1 Cs. First £3, Beoond £1, bbird 5s. ? Firsb Heab. O. Burns, 10yd a ... 1 D. W. Gregson, 10yds... 2 J. M'Lougblin, 9yds ... '3 Second Heab. T. H. A. Boehme, 10yds 1 E. Tate, 11yds ... 2 H. Beaver, 11yds ... 3 Final. Burns, 10yds ? 1 Boehme, 10yds ' ... 2 Time, 10 three-fifths. Florida Wheolraoe Handioap, abonb one mile, of £6 10s. First £5, second £1, third 10s. I Firsb Heab. N. W. Brain, 100yds ... 1 A. Thompson, 70yds ... 2 Seoond Heab. V. Millyun, scr ... 1 G. Thompson, 190yds... 2 ' Tbiid Heat. B. G. Garrett, 80yds ... 1 S. Brain, 120yds ... 2 A. Turner, 20yds ... 3 Final. j Carretb, 80yds... ... 1 Brain, 120yds... ... 2 Millyun, scr ? 3 Timo, 2 21. M.U. Handicnp Footrace, about 12C yds, of £7 10.1. First £C,eecond £1, third 10s. First Ileal. E. Tale, 13yds ... 1 J. Rooncy, 12? yds ... ' 2 Socotid Heat. T. H. A. Boolimo, 11...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

? — — — w— rwmm fcjiian ??liajLUiimsma«nBW» — '' MHMiSiHMMHi KK . mmii raw MWI wTM Kim man mm B : ^IKEiCT I IP YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR I I ww&u r 3-'^ ;?**. /J^ a « -^- ***'' -!^l^0*\. 4?** B j? ! j MKUUUUE1ANDOS UQV | I T'i^V ] _ !tmPR!S0W0!fS» DEVLIN IID|i | 5YqNE^ WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. | , I ' ' Ygu: / 1 uiumn Suitings are ihe'Besf « V 1 fuuv ?;%',!,' miles a cus- '*^f|Sx \] ?f. :.;??/:/ many others ted ?? ^ :'; I Murdoch's New l J Autumn £r* j V||h9 | Suitings OOr I'' Choice begins with Tweeds BSIIiIIm ]/ irom Australian Mills. Then the British Tweeds and Wor- s ?g s/-?cfe in firm finish and rough mMa 1kS§— fipv ' effects; popular grey*, browns, Mlm IMfl |Li | s/x inc/i broken checks, dressy Ej| Hi | pinhead and bird's eye pat- M|!'i jj terns. Just slip the coupon in WIu ' 8:| ji i| I p ihe post and the patterns 'J™' f':|' I' 1 | come by return. As lo the }., Mf „. $£-j \ | tailor work, leave it with us. mn ''?'?hJ n We guarantee a new suit or ?££ a t/7c/. r...

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Passing Notes. PENCILLED BY "STOCKWHIP." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Passing Notes. Pencilled by 'Stockwhip.' With the price of copper in the mid-seventies, it might reasonably ho thought the dehonluro-holdors — or wlicevor is at tho bond of tho Great Cobar concern — would ho anxious to re-Blurt operations nt tho earliest pos sible moment — that is, if thoy ovor infend to work agniu. Taking tho yellow metal at even £70, (hero's a profit of about £20 011 every ton pro duced — without counting llio gold and silvor values, which aro consid einhlo in tho mines of this field — so tho co. ehould he en velvot if work wcro resumed nt once. Yet the timo is passing and still no sign of lifo 011 tho old mine. What's tho reason ? Wo woio told somo fow weeks ago that llio rcceivor had hoon given au thority to borrow £102,000. for tho purpose of setting tho wheels amov ing. When this news was cablcd out many knowing oneB winkod an oyo and looked wiso, aud to llioir in timalo friends thoy whispered 'boBhl' Thoy (tho knowing ones) considered (hat any money required ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

r?jri = -vul I |ip ^ ^ ?J [] h ^ AN END TO MOULDY OR DRY TOBACCO!! OflMtft .r weather cannot ailrct tlie coa^lioo of 'CHAMPION.' Every senled 2 oz. Tin GUARANTEED -beinji TESTED UNDER PRESSURE. CHAMPION TOBACCO A'dr (l m'n) PIPES do not c'r'XcY o*r burn. HUMPHREY OXENHAM, S^*Lor0est Commission Agent in Auslrolia.^H Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Starting Price Money Invested on the Course* |9* No Limit. ? ? No^Replj'. — — No Busiiiess. — — Two Cups . Sufficient Address — OXENHAM, Sydney.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

SUMMARY. Mr. Thomas Brownlow, a well known Western riiihvnyengino driver, linn died in Sydnoy. For cpriying 011 n privalo hcnpilnl without a licoijRt! a Wellington wonion Iiiih hoon fined £ 10 or a month. An outsider won tho Sydnoy Clip last Monday. Then the rain fell and drctithcd tho punlois who didn't hack liini. A lniidholdcr in (ho Collio district lins refused to rent country for agist ment at tho templing prico of £70 per 1G00 f-heep por mouth. Sir Fritnois S nil or, M.L C., died 011 I Sunday afternoon. Sir Franois was ono of the host known of our public uieii. Ho was 76 yoarB of ago. In n lecoufc leport to tho Stato Go I vernmont, Mr. Caimicliacl put llio I v-nnVly entt of living, including rent, of a workman in thisStaleat£16B9»d. Los Daroy, tho brilliant young Mnilland pugilist, defeated the Bel gian champion, Dcmlin, in fivo rounds at the Sydney stadium 011 Saturday night. According tu Mr. F. G. Tudor (Minister of Trado aud Customs), when tho Federal Parliament meets 011 A...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Religions Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cobar. — Mn6s at 7. SO n.m. and 10 a.m. livening Devotions at 7.S0 p.m. Very Rev. Dean Hughes, V.F, | ? 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Do You Enjoy What You Eat. 1 If you don't your food docs not do I you much good. Thero ia 110 way to H maintain tho hoalth aud strength of 5 miud and body oxcopt hy nourish- 8 rnent. Thoro is 110 way to nourish j tho body oxcopt through the stomach. 3 Tho Btcmach must ho kept healthy, 9 pure, and sweet, or-tho strength will M go down and disoase will rosult. Dr. Ml Sheldon's Digoslivo Tubules is tho m ? remedy that cveryono should take jf j when thore is anything wrong with ? f tho slomaoh. r i Poor appetite, loss of strength, nervousness, headaoho, had breath, |W heartburn, indigestion and dyspopsia, $8 aro quickly cured by the use of Dr. jg Sheldon's Digestive Tahules. These 9 Tabules ropresent the natural juices 11 of digestion combined with the great- §1 esb known tonio and reoonstruotiva S3 properties. They simply do the work j$ of the stomaob, relieving that weak- ? ened organ, and permitting it to resb 9| and reouperate. When yon take Dr. V Sheldon's Tabules, everything you e...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

SALVAVION ARMY. Friday.— Holiness Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday.— Holiness Meeting 11 n.m. Sal vation Meeting 7,30 p.m. Captain Drylio, Liout. Dudley,

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

PRESBYTERIAN. Cobar, Sunday, April 11, 1915. — 11 a.m. ' Tho cower Behind.' 3 p.m.. Sun Say School. 7.S0 p.m., ' Unstable ns ?water.'' Short, bright service. All aro welcome. David MacGrogor.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WONDERFUL FELLOW. TOMMY'S CONTEMPT OF HARD-SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

A WONDERFUL FELLOW. TOMMY'S CONTEMPT OF HARD- l| SHIPS. || I was disillusioned to seo tho degree of comfort and variety of life and the anlma Ion In all tho trenches which the men oecu- \V pled (writes a correspondent to an English ' paper). The trenches In most placcs whero the men were were extraordinarily deep, any- J#;.. thing from six feet to ten feet deep, and mostly In the earth wall forming the back of the trench, and sometimes In the front wall were tho dug-outs. Some are made in 3} so far that the man's feet point towards the w trench when lying down, some lengthways, jfl some so large that three or four men coum w lie down easily, some so small that you would wonder how on earth one man could get Into © them. fig The activities and animation all along are » wonderful. Here you see a man digging or ja bailing out water, there a fellow lying down a reading a letter or newspaper, another fel- 9 low writing letters home; go on a bit and a you find a chap washing, another fell...

Publication Title: Western Age
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FEAST ON SUBMARINE. DODGING BULLETS IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

FEAST ON SUBMARINE. DODGING BULLETS IN THE AIR. First in a ship through mine-fields, then in a seaplane over the enemy's fleet, and ports, and, lastly, brought back in a submarine! Such was tho experience of Chief Mechanic G. Budds, who took an active part in the British air raid on Cuxhaven. 'On Christ mas Eve we left a certain port for a trip across tho North Sea,' he writes to his father. 'Our destination was in the vicinity of Heligoland. Apart from Dassintr n mines, nothing exciting happened* At day break on Christmas morning our machines started away to give the .Germans a shock. I was mechanic-observer on FlightCom mander Oliver's machine. 'We had a fine time. Everyone gave us a fine reception In the shape of bullets, but neither the fleet nor the land batteries man aged to find tho mark, although they were near enough. When you can hear the bullets whizzing round In your vicinity I consider that It is quite close enough,. all the more so when you are 800 or 1000 feet up in t...

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