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PAT AND THE BULLET. "BEGORRA, IT'S ME!" SAVED BY SECONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

PAT AND THE BULLET. 'BEGORRA, IT'S ME!' SAVED BY SECONDS. Stories of heroism on the battlefield and stories nf hieky escapes on the battlefield have since the outbreak of the war been legion, but few have outrivalled those told by a convalescent soldier. They tell ot the British Tommy's devotion to his officers. Here are Just a few of the stories which the returned soldier had to tell:— 'One of the officers had been shot, nnd he was being borne away by a party of stretcher-bearers. On th-* way there was a slushing thud, the noh--f which tells unmistakably of a bullet. 'Someone had ibeen hit. 'Who?' asked the wounded officer. MJegorra, it's me,' said one of the stretcher-bearers, 'it's In the neck.' 'Put me down,* said the officer. ?No, sir, shure I am well able to carry you to a place of safety,* was Pat's reply. He did, but when he had put the stretcher down he fell In a dead faint. The bullet had passed clean through his neck. TBAPPED IN A VILLAGE. 'lu the course of an advancc a s...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CAPTURED KAISER. WHAT TO DO WITH HIM. PRUSSIANS CAN CLAIM HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

THE CAPTURED KAISER. WHAT TO DO WITH HIM. PRUSSIANS CAN CLAIM HIM. Seers have been telling us that, according lo the horoscope which lius been casl, the t' come to an end in April or May, while the Kaiser, threatened by the sword, is to die either hanged or suiToeated (writes a Loudon paper). We can only wult and see, sincerely hoping that the predicted eunj termination of this terrible conflict will be realised. ..i.V1 ''^''dlme, while bearing lu mind lh»J t. .!? ^ ,r.'! K about counting jour chickens ? h. ^ uru hatched, it may not be ml.. 11 }» vI,'w 'f ^ suggestions one hears I11 all quarters us to what should wl ! Kaiser, to discuss penalties ? y 'viwM.ij wu uii'ieu 001 10 me 1 Kill Imy or htirope,' in the event of his fall ing into our hands, as Napolcrm did in 1MI. I rsapulcun, who'*) stupendous military ge nius was ay greatly feared by the Allied lowers that they declined to allow him to remain at large, was Imprisoned first at Elba 111. 1 ***? Helena. Not oniy was nis milita...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPANIES. LATEST REGISTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

NEW COMPANIES. LATEST REGISTRATIONS. The following new companies have been formed and registered in Sydney: — Melville Island, Ltd., with a capital ttf £5000, In shares of £] each, to ncquiro leases of stations, farms, &c., particularly at Mel ville Island, nnd all live stock and stores thereon, and to carry on the business of pearl fishers and pastorallsts. The first directors are Messrs. -'Walter Gcorgo Marshall, Herbert E. Powell, and Austin G. de L. Arnold. capital of £4ii00. In shares of £1 each, to ob tain from Harold T. M. Mlddleton and Basil Ncwth certain processes relating to Ihe I manufacturo of Ilbro-cement sheets, &c. The first directors are Messrs. H. T. M. Middle ton, Basil Now'th, L. S. Robertson, II. II. Osborne, und A. M. Jackson. Australian Lighting* Company, Ltd., with a capital of £15,000, In shores of 10s each, to obtain from Herbert Perking his agency for the Kitson-Emplre Lighting Company, Ltd., of Stamford, England, as sole seller In Aus trala...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

SUMMARY. TImi I'omliu and Warren Shows lmvo I con abandoned this year. Another mined industry. Alter Ibe win' I hero will bo very little Turk ish delight. Tbo prospects of tbo C.S. A. railway being consliuclod lmvo considerably hrighlencd. Tondcrs arc invited in Ibis issuo for works on various roads in tbo Collar district. Two men ol. Yass, for breaking a hotel window and helping themselves to sundry bottles of whisky, lmvo been committed fer trial. Wiilir.fi from tho Ovoillow, Mr. M. S. Armsltong slates that tho station only received 37 points of rain as a result of tho recent thundoi storms in llio locality. The Police Department are offoring a reward of £100 for information as to who fired the shot that killed Pat rick Noonan, at Wellington, on last Now Year's night. Ono l'osulb of tho war lias boon tho intrc^uniisp, riv-ni't-f oUwv irnova tions, of women hank clerks in Eng land, so that tbo mou can be roleased to engngo in aclivo tervico. Wo underttaud that upon Mr. E. M. Perrot...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.S.A. AND THE ALLIES. AMERICA'S VALUE. HUGE WAR SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

U.S.A. AND THE ALLIES. AMERICA'S VALUE. HUGE WAR SUPPLIES. It Is ahm.lutrly iieccxKiirv that the Allies shiitihl keep mi 111.' In-M terms with the L lilted States, as, without her, they would be unable to place the millions In the field which alone can secure victory (says Stead's lieview). Thanks to her factories, Uussia p.nd France have been able to equip their new forces. Had It not been for this help, there would have been a far longer delay, and these men would not have been at the front when they were most urgently needed. \tistrulusia is sending or 6(-,0-ki men to Europe; Canada is sending H.hi.oOO. That is a magnificent demonstration of loyalty, which n.is wiruieu 1 lie empire. John Hull, jun., is pulling 150, OUO men, perhaps more, in the llehl. Uncle Sain, neutral— in search of the almighty dollar, If you will— is enabling Uus sia. Itritain, aud France to put at least un extra million men into the firing line. Who Is doing most to end the war— we or America? once we hero f...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The C.S.A. Railway. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

The C.S.A, Railway. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. A deputation representing the Co liar- C.S. A Railway League waited upon tho Minister (or V/orliB (Mr. Cann) on Thursday to urgo tho con Eluiction of a railway from O.K. A. ill inn lo Colmr. Tbo doputalion con sisted of Messrs C. S. Fern, Janies DooJoy, and J. Lang, M's.L.A., and uiusHia in. u. uuiwiy, iw. i\. .David son, G. II. Blnkemoro, J. T. McLeod, P. Dowd, O. H. Davis (Goneral See rotary of tbo A.M. A. of N.S.W), and E. McLoiigblin. In introducing llio dopulaliou, Mr. Forn strongly urged tho construction of an experimental railway, so that oro could ho cheaply conveyed from producing contros to llio tmeltors. Sinco tho closing down of tho Great Cobar mine Iho Govern ment had lost an enormouB amount of rovonuo, hut that would ho re stored with tbo re opening of tbo mmo. llio lino would load to tbo conveyance ol low-grado ores, which would bo used for fluxing purposes. That oro was lo bo found in groat quantities in tho country to be s...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR WAGED BY TELEGRAPH. MOMENTOUS MESSAGES. THE NERVES OF THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

WAR WAGED BY TELEGRAPH. MOMENTOUS MESSAGES. THE NERVES OF THE ARMY. 'The nerves of the army.' That is what the Royal Engineers have been termed, anil tne description fits; for they are men who enable Paris and London, and the important towns In the North of France, lo keep In touch with the general headquarters or tfi«*. Allied armies, no matter wnere those head quarters may be (says a London paperj. A perfect network of communication wires radi ates from the headquarters to various army corps headquarters, and again each army corps has its lines of communication with the divisions, whkh themselves have wires ngni up to tne brigades. Ify this means 111 the space of a few mlnutcH the War offices of Loudon and Paris can be Informed clearly as to what is going on. With the varying changes In the lighting line the headquarters of the various com manders are continually moving, and it Is thu Hoy a I Engineers who enable them, no matter where they may be, to keep In direct tele graphic co...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Police Court. THURSDAY—Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Cobar Police Court. Thursday— Beforo tho P.M. Alice Bates, a half cast aboriginal, for indecent language, was fined 10s or 24 hours. Julia Hortotiso Agostonolli, Sarah Eves, John Freeman, Arthur Harris, Thomas Mathews, Frederick Dotanoy, and Richard DuIpv. oIlowinR stock to stray within the Municipal ity of Cobar, wero each fined 5s with 4s costs. Ernest Jacobs, for propelling a bicyclo in Marshnll stroet at 10.30 p.m. on 2Gth March, without a light, was fined 5s and 4s costs. Thomas Maslin, for driving n sulky between tbo hours of sunset and aun riso, in tbo municipality, withoub displaying a light on such vehicle, was fined 5s and 4s costs. Joliu Henuing, was proceeded sgainsb undor llio Pure Food Act, for carrying milk from hiB milk cart in front of tho Grand Ilotol, to tho Grand Hotol, in a receptacle not pro vided with a lid. Mr Elwin, who appeared for dofondant, pointed out tho broach was purely of a technical □aturo, the lid of the can being lefb ' in tbo out by llio driver w...

Publication Title: Western Age
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CROSSING THE RAWKA. A FURIOUS FIGHT. MOUNDS OF DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

CROSSING THE RAWKA. A FURIOUS FIGHT. MOUNDS OF DEAD. The Pally Chronicle special correspondent Perceval Gibbon, wrote from Guxow on Feb* ruary 7:— 'One realised that events were shaping a week ago, when the snowy roads iibout here began to nil with moving troops and guns pouring through Zyrardow towards what has dnce become thu scene of the hottest fight ing that has yet taken place on the Rawka. 'Exactly similar scenes must huve been Uklug i lace 011 the further side of the river, where the Germans were at work upon a concentration or troops lor an uivuck which should have been In the nature of u sur prise. . , 'Three army corps, Ii not four, wero being lathered in the neighborhood of Iiollmow, and in batteries. Practically 600 guns, with provision of shells of a kind nut hitherto used on this front, were being brought up to tflve weight to the blow which has Just been struck, and give to Count Illndenburgs In dated reputation some support of actual achievement. 'It has been great ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

MONEY-SAVING COUGH MIXTURE. Splendid Home-Made Remedy. 1 0 Saved on every pint. Tin- -cheapest and most efiei:live n-imnly for coughs, co'ds, throat and rhest complaints is made in your oivn in nnu. It is no trouble to make, and I- wry pint means an actual saving of io/- for yourself. I!uy a . bottle of Hean's Essence from your chemist or store, take home and dilute as directed on label. 1'our into a large bottle, on which paste the label you will find in Hean's Essence packet. 'l'he first sip of this mixture gives immediate relief. It clears the nasal passages, loosens phlegm, cases throat and bronchial tubes in a way that will surprise you. Sip each dose slowly, so as to lubricatc the throat thoroughly. If your cold is very bad, take a few doses at intervals of half an hour and gargle lluoat freely. Prompt relief is certain. 'The mixture made from Ilean's Essence cough remedy is the best I have ever u:cd. It is cheap, too.' — A. Lliant, Londobolni, N.b.iv. ' I find Mean's Essence ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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PETROL IN GERMANY. AN EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTE. NO FEAR OF FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

PETROL IN GERMANY. AN EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTE. NO FEAR OF ? FAMINE. This Is what tho British Journal. Tho Autocar, of December 12, 1814 hns in ?» petrol'-^— BUl^cct ot Cur|nany's' supply of 'To eke out their fuel supplies -and to make up for tho shortage of petrol, which 1s so necessary, and, at present, Indispensable for the German air Meet; very many of tho German military motor waggons and motor cars are now being driven on benzol and al cohol mixed. As has alreudy been shown In our columns more than once, Germany Is able to manufacturo iirnctienllv nil th» benzol und alcohol which is necessary for tho military motor road vehicles; and, if all we hear he true, tho results she Is obtain ing with tho benzol-alcohol mixture, are so satisfactory that, except for the air fleet, she could almost dispense with petrol and still continue her war-like activities. In deed, the ulcohol-benzol fuel tho Germans now employ in place of petrol has been so successful swith all classes of road vohlcle...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

It has boon suggested to us to es tablish a roll of honor, in which will appoar llio names of soldiors who havo volunteered for active servico from tho Cobar District. We willingly fall in with the idea, and would be glad if relatives of those who bavo gono to tho front will either send or hand in tho names, rating and addresses of suoh soldiers now on sorvico. Mr. Hogan Taylor left for Sydney cms morning ana aoes hoc expect, co return for over a week. Tbo last days are announced by advfc. for the purchase of tickets in the Eight Hours Great Art Union, in whioh the first prizo offered is valued ab £500, or, as an alternative, tho winner may have twelve months' trip round tho world, all exponsos paid, and £100 in cash for incidentals, or eight months' trip for two persons. This is tho 59th annual demonstra tion hold by tho Eight Hours Com mittoo, and tbo Art Union ia organisod iu connection with tho same, tho pro ceeds being devoted to tbo ptiblio hos pitals of Australia, nearly £2,0...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

We Print the News, THEREFORE, | 'Age' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

,£^r' 1. k Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Wafchmaksr, Jewellsr and Optician in Collar, Has always on lmnfl tbo beat seleoted utock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN TOE DISTRICT. 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 proparcd to enter into contracts for supplying Cbiucso for ring-barking and icrub-9utting, a3 well as Obincso servants and cooks for station?. LARGE STOCKS OK CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, awl BOOTS an.J SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins. &c. HIGHEST PIUCUS GIVEN. Ordors Promptly Astondod to. WOBflSSO^ epos'. LINE OF Royal Mail G caches Leave the Booking Office, next the Baud Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

J I ^k-fa/cy 1 | /tcad?/,. J ' '*' ✓ ' / i | -&? cec^/i ^ j S ?rt-MH&j&rv&tt'tct'C?;*- j I _.; ^£-rdtcr7l,/''lt^/'S7/'-6- . I \ 3 ;=? = i ? i : balls Welch p ;? ?:/??? PTY. LTD. Draper. || \ ---9 -581 George Street j| ^ SYDNEY jj K- -v ?outli Wales Govern ment Railways. CHEAP EXCURSION TO M^LnoURNE. T&iitsday, Aptil 22 fiHHAP EXCURSION TICKETS hL £2 First Class, and £1 10s Sccond CIupb Single, and £4 First C.I ?i63 r prl f3 Second Cities Return, v-i'l he it'sueil to Melliourno by train leaving Dulilio at 5 50 p.m. on Thurs day, Apiil 22, passengers travelling vin Blaynoy nntl going forward from lii.u.'uii I.) Mail Train. j fum Ccbai* will travol I,, Giiiii.aij I'ruiii us cuinenient lo i JVHip. nnd re-hook nt llio above I'litlM. 1 lictiini Tickets, issuod will havo u Coupon attached, which will require to lie exchanged for a Single Ticket for Ujo Return journey within one OHlondnr month from date of issue. Pastengers reluming on such Tic kets w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OF THE WEST. Ali Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship— The Best. ^ Charges — The Lowest. T'JL 'Western Age,' | Barton Street, Cobar.

Publication Title: Western Age
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PRINCE OF WALES. A FRENCH PEN PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

PRINCE OF WALES. A FRENCH PEN PICTURE. In the course of a particularly vivid aud interesting account of a visit to Senlls, M. .Marcel Laurent, the well-known novelist, who is fuiiilling the duties of special corrcsj-ondcnt lor the Fournier Agency, pictures. In the' words that follow, a scene in the Hotel du l. rand Cert, the one building in the Hue de la kepuhiiqiic spared by the Germans, who originally intended to use it us head- ' quarters:— I 'This hotel is situated at the corner of nl mile street which bears the name of Odent. I 5. 1? 'Irih'l« to U10 memory of the Mayor I of .Sculls, who-wan decorated in 1S70 for his' attitude when confronted by the nermann, and whose son, occupying the same ollice. was 10 be shot forty-four years later by the same enemy. 'In tho common dining-room 11 party of British officers are just finishing their de jeuner. Jin t are they really oflleers? Their uniform, of khaki shade, shows no special distinguishing marks. They are conversing In low tones,...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCKS FOR SOLDIERS. SPECIAL APPEAL. CARE OF AN ARMY'S FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

SOCKS FOR SOLDIERS. SPECIAL APPEAL. CARE OF AN ARMY'S FEET. After a brief period of quiet work ami or ganisation, tin: time lias now arrived when active preparation must be made to send off the next shipments of »oek» to the soldiers In the trenches. These should leave on April «l, ami to make that possible Mrs. Jopp and her committee make an appeal for Instant help. With their happy experience of willing uHsistuncu given 011 the lust occasion, they make this appeal with confidence, especially as when these next parcels go there will be, according to the Minister for Defence, CO, 000 Australian .»-ohllcrs ready for the trenches, liver.v tine of these, mir own men, will be needing what comfort we can send them, and on the authority of an olllcer Just back from the front, the gift of socks Is tho first and most valuable that can be made. The com mittee therefore appeals for contributions of money ami socks 10 ensure an adequate par cel by the date named. Anticipating a cor dial co-ope...

Publication Title: Western Age
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King O'Malley and Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

King 0'Malley and Finance. At the Labor Cotiferonco in Sydney Mr. King O'Mnlley mndan olinraator istiospoech. What, henskutl, was llio causa of unemployment. (A voice: Wnnt of work). ' T.ti iiLihl.cr). On thu contrm y, iiosniil, it was tlto liurdon placed upon llio hacks of tha workers by tiie necessity of contributing to the support, in luxury, of tho ouormotis and over-Hi owitiu army of idlors and non-producers. (A voico: Bookma kers included). (Laughter). Ho had nothing to say about that ' rooster.' He mout theflroat rogimentstho work ors must maintain by means of rent, interost, and all tho wealth that tho worker croate.l. (A voice: That's So cialism). Socialism was a good thing, and ho urged thorn to toaoh tlioir sons finance, so that futuro generations vrctil'l he linr. J' V'-y had beon uanKcrs, inay wouM not ud working men. (Laughter), lie had nover worked, ami ho never intoudoil to. (Laughter). I Iu was potfcclly honest about it. Tho only way to ranko money was not to work, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Latest Telegrams. Sydney, Saturday. The Government has prociaimea 24lh May (Empiro Day) a publio holiday throughout llio Stato. . Tho Stato Cabinob sal all day yes terday without arriving at any settle ment in connection with appoint ments to tho Upper House. The P08III0II Ot YlCO-piOBinuilu ui niu j_ia eciitivo Council baB practically boon given to Mr. J. D. Fitzgerald. Tho Promior slated aftor llio mooting that ho had not submitted any iiamos to tho Governor. _ Oc- j-'i' A doublo tragedy was^ discovered early this morning in Princo Alfrod Park. Tho body of a woman namod May Marthall, about 21 yoars of nge, was found on ft sefifc» with ft millet | wound in hor hoad, and about 40 t| yards away on tho ground lay the s doad body ol Frederick Furnoll, 24, | a manufacturing cbomist, with a bul lot wound in his hoad, and clutching 1 a revolvor in his right hand. Tbo y whole affair is a mystery. Furnoll - was a marriod man, residing with his family in Darlinghursb. Tho P.L.L. Conforenco d...

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