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Cobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

Cobar Municipal Council. The usual meetiYg of the abovj. Counoil was held on Wedcosdivy eve.*i ? ng last. ProBent :? -oid Satbo-lftft.-; vMiiyor), Leah, Duf -,', Woollotl, Mp: riBiTi, Bolton, and : 'widaou. '. CORHESPO HESCB. From R. 0. Wes , applylcs *?-- '??« ?? water meter remov. ?. from pr«inisa--. in Kelly-atreet.— ]:.;,,rrca ;- turn- ? cock lor report. From tbe head r. r/ar Cobar Pub'i lio Sohool, asking \~).«*. arraDgomuntii the Oounoil propoE.:u oaking to pro vide drinking watei . ? tha children ? attending the scbot Aid. D&vidsot moved that the Denm lucent l)a writ ton to nnd asked to supply nltai:.. -or the ecbool. — Aid Duffy Baoonded. Tba dopartmont would need fifty filtoni. and then with the present steto a( tbe water would only gst about fifty buckets of water por dav. Ho sv.y gested that the motion bo oitetivi '??- ask the department tn provide ojch'-?; for clarifying the wutor. — Aid. We! lott said be knew lbs trcubk tv« passed. Filters were impracticably as ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
One on the Colonel. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

.;?? One on the Colonel.' A good story is lvlutml at the upensb of ' Hob ' Iiifc-orsoll. The uolonol »'ua recently hilking lo an old coloured woman in ?\V.ishin!rtoa coiiccraintr religious mutters. 'Do you r.;ally bcliuvo, uuntie,' said lie, ' that Vwinlo »ro made out of dust:-' ' Yes, s;ih. llio mbl«! Miy» tley is, and so I l-'liovcs it.' 'But. what i» duno in wul winthir, when there is notliiuy but mud. ' D01. 1 .'poets .!.--? iniiko iiilMfUnii1 -ich Irn.-k-1' On.! of t In- 1110-t W.mliful Hi.-lil.- iu il... wovlil is th.- 11tnn1.1l raiL'V.uion of V-ntn«Hi.-. i.,t,..-s ilm I-ll.iM.i- 01' J'lui.mm. Towanl 1], ??ml of J1111.', a f.'«' .-.?nil. 1.-.1 spcei ? us ,,.„ dis-ovornl Hiiliiiirmit (?. rfitjfui.l a. ilie .luy« go by tin.- nuinbor iu.avAscs. liutil al-oui .lulv M or 16 the sky i* 'ooun-ionnlly iilino-t oil. ^?ui-.'U In- iiivrUi-U -ll tl-ese fruit in-a't«. ,

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bachelor's Nieces. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER I. THE OLD HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

A_JBadhdtor[s Nieces, VUBL1SI1ED UY SPliCIAI. ARHANUKMKNT. t jBy_ S-ora TRuddeH, Author of ' Footprints in the Snow,' '-Tin; Itrukiu i-cul,' ?? Houcutli the VW,' ' A Bittrr Binhright,' ?? Tho Drill of Futc,' ' The Secret nf tho Kivci,' 'The U«t Signal.' 'A -Hidden Chulu,' ' A Comilry Sweclhcmt,' 11 U« l'turoiv I''''.' On Golden H«.Ke-,' ?? A Fatal Past,' V. ,. ??Jli- Will ami Hew,' lev., in. . COPYRIGHT. CHAVTEK I. The Olp Homk. 1 1 1 ^ ^) A l»rctti c»t bill by In ?loath, three mouths heloi* the opinim: ? ?f tin- story, he had left his wife and' throe penniless daughters to support lilt idone. anil oit.-n alter the lirst two iimutli-. Mr... !{.?*.* thought ? I c.innot -lo it I1 lliil help - am. to the poor woman. Her brother-in-law. Sir lieruld liov, a quiet I-, i -V.-.I 'LI kir-ln-lor, and yet a 111:111 oi .-m.-r Mini juilumi-nt . began to think alt, t :i visit In Ml-. 1!'--% rot- j last-, ? Alter sill. 11 man is better with j M.mr v..iu;u « 'Mini . -li'. ut him. Tlii'i jsirls seem...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public Opinion. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

Putlic Opiflioa. To tho Editor Wkstkhn Auk. Sir,— 1 urnvo gulliciont space in your most valuable pnper to make known to the publio a wronfi thiit mnny singlo mon havo to suffor in connection with tho relief works. As there are many oases almost similar to mine, I will quoto my own. I am a single ninn, fimi navo uocn prnoiiu ally out of woik since last April. I made application to the propor autho rities for work at Iho roliof works, and was told that I could not get any, on account of being a Bingle man. Now, sir, I contend that a single man has a right to live as well as a married man. Certainly it does not take as much to keop us, neither do I want lo get as much work as a married man. I would bo sorry to take more than it requires to keop mo whilst littlo children wero in want. I have been in Cobar for a number of yoars now, and havo not been wasteful with my money ; I bavo put all my sparo time and money in tbo purchaeo of ground, fencing same and building a houso thoreon, and t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

We Must Repeat When everybody tells tbe Bame story. It is bard to say now things about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. They oure the lamo and aching back, the sufferer from kidney disoaso, and the troubles of those whose urinary organism is wrong in its action. That they do this is so ensy to prove that not a ve9tige of doubt remains. Publio endorsement is easily proven. Bead this: — Mrs. F. Simpson, Cornish Street, East Cobar, says : — ' For a con siderable time I eulTored a great deal from backache and kidney disorder, and anyone who baa been subject to these distressing ailments wiJl know what I wont through. My back used to aobo terribly, ospecially whon I did any stooping or house work, such as washing or sweeping. But back ache was not all; I used to suffer agony from boadaehes, and ofton tho pain was almost unhoarablo. A friond of mino, knowing how ill I was, and having hoard about Doau's Backache Pills curing somoono of similar symp toms, advised mo lo try this remedy. I acted...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

The War. Sydney, Monday. 11 nm. Kiirl Roberts, after making a brief visit to tlio Indian troops, contracted a chill on Thursday, and died from pneuMionia on Saturday overling. Dune.' tho fight for Dixmudo it wns founu impofsiblo to use heavy guns, owing l.o the morass. Much of tho lmttlo via fought in wator. slaughts lost 80 lit- cont. of thoir men, boing unablo to c;oss the flood ed fields. Finally tho bolies formed a footway for tho infantry vho fol lowed. Many of the Gorman wiund ed wore drownod. After the capture of Dixmudo, Did GormRiis crossod tho Yser noar tbo town, but woro ropulsod. The Allies sholled Dixmudo until the enemy were throatoned with extermination, and finally a French bayonet ohargc enabled the Allies lo capture tho town. The Iobsob on both sideB wero heavy. Tho Russian progress in EaBt Prussia continues, and Russia vedetts are within 13 miles of Cracow. Six thousand workmen are engaged day Ic night porfecting defences of Thorn. Tlio armanent inoludes thousands...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Big Fire in Sydney. WAREHOUSES DESTROYED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

Big Fire in Sydney. WAREHOUSES DESTROYED. Sydney. Wodueaday. Tho boot warehouse of Mossrs Goorgo Cull and Sons, in Pitt-street, was completely destroyed by fire early this morning. Mossrs John Daaks and Son's promises were also almost entirely demolished, only tho front portion being saved. Tho damage is estimated at many thousands. The premises and oontonts wero insured.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

In Memoriam. CLEMENT.—In fond and loving re-     membrance of my beloved friend, Jack Clement, who departed this life Nov. 15th, 1912, at Cobar. I cannot forget you, I loved you too dearly, For your memory to fade from my life like a dream ; My lips need not speak while my heart mourns sincerely, My thoughts often rest where they seldom are seen, Like pearls that lie hidden where deepest waves roll, Dear Jack, memory lies cherished deep, deep in my heart, There is a bond death cannot sever— Loving remembrance, which lasts forever. Inserted by his true and loving friend, Lillian Gavin, Lithgow. The Western Age. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914.

Publication Title: Western Age
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

PRESBYTERIAN. ? 1 tobar, Sunday, 15tH'NoV., 1914.-^11 a.m., 'Tho Voicc Df-God,'. . 3 p.m., Sunday School. 7.80 p.m., v4,The Day of Rcckon'tatt**' 8oloift, Mr. .Carter..- Short,' bright Ber vico. All are welcome; ? ? ?: - ?' ? David MaoQregoriV.''' ?

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

Religious Services. OATHOLIO OHUBOH. Cobar.— Mass at 7,80 .a.m. and 10 ' a.m. Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.m. Wrightville.— Maes &t 8 &,ni, j Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.m. i Jefy Boy. Dean Hughes, Y.F, ? v Rov. J. Bexton.

Publication Title: Western Age
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HOXIE. MODERN DESERTED VILLAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

H0XIE. MODERN DESERTED VILLAGE. Iu a recent news item we read u new ver sion of the celebrated Deserted Village. Bather more, perhaps, are we reminded of those towns In the old countries that lay In thu zones of the long, bitter wars, from which all young lifu was drawn, and of whose inhabitants none wero left save women and children, the ngod, feeble, aud worthless. Such a town is Jloxic, Kansas. The melan choly of its deserted state is, however, alle viated by the certainty that its men-folk will return In due time, to take tip the tasks which they let fall when tlio call came to them, the Cincinnati of the Wheal, to go forth to defend their homes. The defenders will soon bo victors, tho foe will fall In its multitudes before them, and they will return scatheless to their families and their accus tomed tasks. The following comment on this phenomenon Is presented by the Grand Bapids Prc.os: — 'There is nothing effete about Hoxie, Kan. j Hoxie is the county-seat of Sheridan County, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLETING RATES. ORDERS AUTHORISING REQUISITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

BILLETING RATES. ORDERS AUTHORISING REQUISI TIONS. orders havo been issued In London au thorising general or Held officers to 'ss'a billeting requisitions, and requisitions of emergency for tho provision of carriages, animals, vessels, and aircraft. An Armv order gives the following special rates to bo paid for billuting to ail occupier other than tho Weeper of a. victualling -house: Lodging und attendance for soldier where meals furnished, 9d per night. Breakfast as specified, in Part I. of Second Schedule to Anny Act, TVfcd each. Dinner as so specified, Is iVa' cacn. Supper as so specified, 4^d each. Whore no meals furnished, lodging and at tendance, and candles, vinegar, salt, and uso of lire, and necessary utensils for dressing, and eating his meat, 9d per day. Stable room and ten pounds of oats, twelve pounds of hay, and eight pounds of straw, per day for each horse, 2s 7'^d per day. Stablo room without forage, 9d per day. Lodging and attendance for officer, as per night. Note....

Publication Title: Western Age
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WILHELM, PRINCE OF PEACE. GERMAN POET'S DIATRIBE. ENGLAND AS SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

WILHELM. PRINCE OF PEACE. GERMAN POET'S DIATRIBE. ENGLAND AS SEA SERPENT. ' In Thu Fatherland, a New York German newspaper, Gcorgo Sylvester Viorcck, a Ger man, who has lived in America soiuu years, writes the following verse in the language of ihe hated enemy, with the usual blasphemous familiarity with the Almighty:— » - Prince of Pcaeo, O Lord of War, Unsheathe thy blade without a stain, 'I by holy wrath shall scatter far The bloodbotmdfl from thy country's fiMto! Into thy hand the sword is forced, By traitor frieud and traitor foe, 1 'u fool, on sea, aud winged aud horsed, Tho Priitcu of Darkucss strikes his blow. ' rush thou the Cossack arms that reach To plunge the world into the night! /?a ve Goethe's vision.. Luther's speech, Thou art the Keeper of the Light! When darkness was on all the lands, 1 Who kept God's faith with courage grim? Shall lie uphold that country's hands, ! Or tear Its members limb from limb? (bid called tho Teuton to be free, Free from Great Britain's gol...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WONDERFUL ESCAPE. SOLDIERS WHO DEFIED BULLETS [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

WONDERFUL ESCAPE. SOLDIERS WHO DEFIED BULLETS Then, is a story told of an old veteran of the First Napoleon who lived until 1X05 In the French village of Savary, aiul who owned a Wooden leg, a wooden arm, a glass eye. a silver palate, a complete sot of false teeth, and a silver pinto on tho top of his head, ami yet died peaceably in his bed. Com pared with snob m. n. tlio proverbial nine lived eat is nowhere. But as one reads the stories of great wars of Hie past the manner ?n which famous generals have play ?d touch and-go wiiii ib-nth i^ little short of miracu lous. Tho wonderful escapes of Napoleon atul Wellington are proverbial. Though bullets tfrav.od them and riddled their clolbes, and both had horses shot, under them, vet both passed throii'-ih a life of battle aud danger with two or three .?.light wounds apiece. But their grim old eompanion-ln-armM. General I'.Utoher. did n*«t tare so well. Wounded sev eral til. while serving under Frederick the ; Grej'.t, retired from the a...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANNOT STAND HUNGER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

CANNOT STAND HUNGER. Tho German soldier Is tlio most enormous eater of any soldier in tho world. Tvolliin!, irritates lilin like, hunger sulterlng in this way, he will i lll.ite anil plunder all before him to got food and lice i. And, as shown In many instances, if lit. is bv himself 011 scouting duty, I10 will sm retidcr quickly for the sake of n square meal With his comrades round lilin ho will perform prodigies of valor in order to cot into a brewery,, lliere weio \\cll au thenticated instances of this In 1870. Tho Dutch Boy Scouts, who ror days havo been parading tho streets of Amsterdam to tho front, aro now going about with bnrrows collecting cigars, clgurettes, and. tobacco. Mora than 20,000 cigars have been given in two hours. ?

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WINTER PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

' , A WlKTEE rAKADISH I AiUi-ugh - Manly; it kioira : th* fcest summer resort in this State, it i» »t ^i-iie.raliy known that it fouesses TtJiii unique ; advantage of weather* in 'winter (jMij;tienarly on. the oeoan hetch) . M ko unto it spring morning in the coun To Mjno, tho glory ot Manly in I rtto summer. Ib surDhsscd'liv it's an-: gutrativo 'wwToth op. the ocean beach' - » ..winter. Iphg controlling Ibody of ?. .'?? ^IvAtion AM^ realised this, and have, |iroi'Jjicd . in Street, , Manly, ' , » pUitinl .'residiSrtial' Jiotel — ','The, i, iteo; ' '-.v. itfy-i()''v-/rajiir»S/-' per day,. i '/ £Z/b por weok^.tfcBtr hcme meals l/f-. -It ? '4- two roioptofl^^k;ti- ciceai!\bpa.ch. ^ *'S' ' ' 7'r':VV;

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

SUMMARY. Oharch oC England 'Continental.' Prisva of half a guinea donated to maker of best artiole valao at Is.* Lismore's ' Daily News ' ceased publication, and was merged into the ' Weekly Hows and now that has also put up its shutters. The British stoareor C 03818 is the first vessel to reach Sydney by the Pauama canal route. Sbo arrived on Tuosday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. M'Leod left Oobar on Thursday morning. A large number of friends aeaomblod at the station to bid them good-byo. We have the mon, also the material, to enable us to do good work on oyoles or cars. — H. COGGER, Lins ley-street. 1 ' Men will fight, ' observod Bill Nye, the Amerioan humorist, ' until 1C is odueated out ot tbem, Most wars are arranged by people who | -st&y at home and sell groceries to the widows and orphans and old ootids at 100 per cent, advance. ' Horse owners will be interested to learn that Messrs Besnard and Bnel eoo, auotioDeers, will havo a buyer in Oobar early in December to purchase ead...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. GALLANT DEEDS. "ARE WE WINNING, DOCTOR" "SHOOT STRAIGHT AND WIN CHOCOLATE." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. GALLANT DEEDS. 'ARE WE WINNING, DOCTOR?7' 'SHOOT STRAIGHT AND WIN CHOCOLATE.' II. Hamilton Kyfu wrote rrom Bordeaux In thu London JJaily Mall of Scplumbur 17: — On thu platform ot tho railway station at liiiuogos a fuw days ago a crowd gathered round a young man of twenty-two who wore 011 ills breast tho Cross of the .Legion of Honor, the highest reward for valor which a French soldier can receive. Ho was travelling in a tram full of wound ed ami his arm was in a sllug. One ot his fullow-passuimurs. a gunner, snot In the log, told us his story, 'lie's a dragoon. Name, Albert Balophy. Bight at thu beginning he was In a stift light. In thu middle of It his colonel got Into difficulties. I'alophy went to help him; picked him up, carried him oft on Ills back under a regular hall of bullets. They made him a sergeant for that. 'The next light hu was In he led his squadron In a charge against the Bavarian Guards. Ho made, straight for the stan dard-bearer, cut him ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

?t P - friKlMr iKKE3^3^5^»B^m(gs^ . ? ?MMMMHMHHMMII^HMaMHiHBBMHBMn|HnaBMl |F YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS fOR . ire^au PRODUCE an dSTOCK, |, TRY I I HARRISON J0NE5« DEVLIN 11° ll S/0^Y- WEARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY J Man Alive! We're (letting Near^lo '?K^^ Yes, Sir! Only a lew weeks to bQM:.' - Christmas ? now; better let us have ? your Christmas Suit anff-,jaiiiount ot evidence that we can give: you the. ? biggest suit value1 *** Australia; and : ; .*'*!;/ gjgf there's our rigid ' jjrjMl^^^^^^^^B^ Q&Nguarantee ot ;'f^M '- tfNy money ' 6aeA i7 th& ' Suit tails to ''j^f''' ' VH^^HHsV please. ? | '38% «?'- or 70' ? ' Asto . Style— the latest fashions favour- Coat moulded h, to/figure with soft rolling lapels, . outside breast pocket % .cut-on the slant; with five-button Vest, and Trousers . $ sertii-Amertcan in cut' \ ? 3 With Fabrics hundreds of new rolls have come in, and ? ;lt vyouitake your pick from the finest Summer Suitings j 1-Jn 'Galashiels, Donegal, West, of Engla...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Aldermanic Sarcasm. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

Aldermanic Sarcasm. At the last Cobar Counoil meeting, the Mayor announced during the course of business that there was a vaoancy on the works committee, oaused by tho resignation of Aid. Stewart. Aid. Bolton moved that Aid. Wool lett be appointed to tho works com mittee. Aid. Morrison soconded. Ho con sidered Aid. Woollett would bo tho right man in the right place. Aid. Duffy supported the appoint ment, hut Aid. Woollett deolinod the honor. Aid. Morrison (to Aid. Woollett): What's the matter ? You're good at nominating others. Aid. Woollett : Yes, but more fool them to bite. Aid. Davidson nominated Aid. .DuQy. Aid. Dull v =uid be would have to decline, as lie knew nothing about v?iorbp. He tva8 unlike some other pa'ople, who jumped at positions they kn ow nothing about. He did not bel ieve in taking on something be did not understand. A Id. Davidson : I don'b know what Aid. Daffy Is insinuating. A1 d. Duffy : I never take on any thing ' I do not understand. I'm in einua ting nothin...

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