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Interned at Bourke. A BATCH OF GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Interned at Bourke. A BATCH Ol'' GERMANS. Scrgeant-Mnjor M'Kio is at present I in Hottrko making arrangements for tho housing, oto , of shout 80 Uor iiitius who aru uxpoult-il to at'i ivu hero in ii fiuv days' liniti from Sydney (says thu ' litinncr'). - They comprise families from India, aud nro a -!'tii|-!emunt of it boat load rouonlly ilisclnirgeil at Syd nuy. Others will ho located at dif forcnl towns found Knilnhlo lr. r tlio purposo. Those peoplo will not lie rogardoii as prisonots in any bunco, hut will liu under tho authority anil supervision of a inilitiuy ollicot', who»o duty will bo lo litid ttccomiiioilalion, food, sup plios, nlo., for thoiu. Will) a viow to localisr.lion, somu vaoant housos in tho vicinity of llio gaol havo huuu seen rod, nnd in a com morcial sonso somti houclit should aceruo to llio local tradespeople. Owing lo llio recent i-howors the whont crops aro making a good start in tho Dubbo distiict. A Wauohopo man uamod Dunlop, was jumping down from a cart t...

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

The Metropolitan Hotel. IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRED. At the Quarterly Liconsiug Court on Thursday, beforo tho P.M. and Mr | Loab, Hercules T. U.Rudgoappliodfor a renewal of Iho liconso of tbe Met ropolitan Hotol A spocial report liy tlie Licensing Inspector stated that tbo premises wero not ab presonb in a satisfactory condition, ami a notico to effect alterations and improvements sorved 011 tho lato Mr. G. Payno, the previous Iicouseo, 011 2nd July, 1914, had not boen complied with. A room used as a bedroom and marked No. 2 on plan was badly situatod, ill-lighted and vontilatod. It was lightod by a small skylight in tho roof, and entorod through another bedroom (No. 3) ad joining ; it was small, had no ditoct communication with the outer air, and was not suitable for a bedroom. Bedroom No. 4 was badly situated, ill-Iightod and voutilatod, had 110 com munication with the outor air, and was approached by a small passago 3ft wido. Tho diningroom was badly lighted and llio means of vonlilati...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Collision. ON THE SOUTHERN LINE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Railway Gollision. ON THE SOUTHERN LINE. SYDNEY, Saturday. At 4 o clock this morning the up Molbourno limited oxpro3s and the down Tomora mail, which lofb Syd noy ab 8.10 lasb night, mob hoad 011 in collision ab Binalong. The Mel bourne express was crossiug a loop when tho ongino mob bltab of bhe To mora train. Full parbioulars aro un available. Soveral passengers on bhe uiuu uuu uuu UII uuu -voia jured, bub as far as is known only ouo waa seriously hurt. Doctors from Binalong wero in attendance at the soene of tho aooidenb. The force of tbo collision resulted in both en gines of tbo express, _ as well as the mail train ongine, being derailed, and considerable damage was done lo tha oarriages. Tho official statement mentions that three carriagos of tbe mail' and ono of the express woro damngod. Tha acoidonb has caused the dis organisation of all Iraflio. The names of tho injured aro : — Mrs. J. Martin, Melbourne, shock. H. Rossitor, Geelong, internal in juries. Mrs. Northbrook, Cool...

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 — 17 April 1915

Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. German airships woro seou in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex ab tho following times and places: — At Soubh Minster 12.15 a.m., Maldon 12.20, Southwold 12 45, Harwich 12 55, Lowesloft 1.10, Wells 1.45. They wero going eastward and soaward. Tho inhabitants of Lowestoft were warnod by a siren and llio noise of an engino. At Ceaaloy the people beard throo explosions, followed im mediately by throo horses being kill ed. Tho Mayor of Southwcld de clares that the airship came from tho soa, and was obviously uuoertain of its whereabouts. Ib returned sea ward. At Maldon soveral houses woro damaged, a girl slightly injured, and several chickons killed. Bombs wero alBO dropped 011 Seyhridgo, but no daraago was done. Unusual activity is being manifosb od ab the flying basos of Emdon aud Cuxhavon, and Couub. Zeppelin has arrived at the latter place. Three zeppelins wero Boen 011 Friday flying over the North Sea in an oastorly di rection. Tbo London ' Echo' roports t...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Canbelego Hotels to be Resurrected. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Canlicletjo Hotels to be Re surrected. In rrgp.i'd lo an application for ap Picval to re-build on behalf of Fredk. Cooper, r,f Iho Royal Hotel, Canbelo go, Mr. Bolton stnled nt Iho Quarter ly Licensing Cotnt on Thursday that the new plans v.ero not quito ready, and Iho application was allowed to stand over lo the next court, llio chairman intimating that Iho plans would bavo to bo submitted to llio Board of Ileallh boforo being Anally dealt with by llio court. 17—^1. i,„ half of Margaret M'Loughlin for the ro-building of tho Federal Hotel, Can belego. Mr. Bolton statod that it had beon docided to build with wea therboard instoad of fibro cement aB seb oub in the first plan submitted, j which tho court did nob consider suib ahlo. Tho proposod new building would oost about, £1500. | Tl,„ omM ll, o be submibted to tho Board of Health. Generally speaking ib showed con siderable Improvemetib on the first plan submitted. Mr Bolton said tho proposed build ing was a long way ahead of any ho...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A Pretty Strong Report.' THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

'A Pretty Strong Report.' THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. An application for renewal of tho licanso of the Commercial Hotol by Ilonry Swales enmo beforo tho Quar terly Licensing Court 011 Thursday. A Epocial roport by tho Licensing Inspector slulcii that 011 tho 8th in stant, in company with Mv. Moodie, tho Council's sanitary inspector, a detailed inspection was. made of iho promises. Tho building was very old, constructed mostly of pibso, and only in fair structural condition. Portion of tho building (marked No. 1 011 plan) was ill-lighted and badly von tilatcd, whilo tho floors in many cases wero bolow llio lovel of tho surround ing ground, and there wits a gonoral lack of undor-lloor ventilation. Tho rooms undor Iho skillion portion of this block woro badly arranged, small, badly lighted and vented. Tho open InCB of most of Iho rooms woro badlv arranged, especially tho oponings from bedroom to diningroom. Anoticoby tho Licensing Inspector was sorved on tbe present liconsco 011 2nd July. 19...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Licensing Court. THURSDAY—Before Messrs Laidlaw, P.M. (chariman), and Leah, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Cobar Licensing Court. Thursday — Beforo Messrs Laidlaw, P.M. (ohairmaD), and Leah, J.P. Tho quarleily roport by llio Ipsoo tor 011 tho hotels in tbo licensing district was read, and indicatod that Iho'prcmifos were all wall conductod. An application was made for tbo rcnowal of Iho liconsoof tho Terminus Hotel by Mary Josophino Daly. Mr. DufTy appoarcd for tbo appli onnf. Tho chairman said tho liconso did not cxplro until 7lh Juno, and it seemed a most unusual lliing to ask for n renewal three months ahoad. Mr. Duffy said It was only six or Bcven wcokR beforo the liconso oxpircd. Tbo chairman said tho honch would not deal with tho application tlion, as llio circumstances might bo onliro ly difforenl in tlirco months' time, with Llio mino working. TI10 .Licen sing Inspector's report 011 tho pro mises was satisfactory excopt in ro gard to bedrooms 7, 8 aud 9, tho votitilalion of which wae inadequate and would have to bo attondod to prior to tho renewal of tho liconso. Mr. DufTy pointe...

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

T^o still havo a fair number of roa good Booond-band bicycles most ly fitted with now tyres and fittings, . at from £4 10s to £7. — H. Dogger, , Linsloy-street.3 Disclosures of a startling nature havo beon made in connection with reported oxlousive robberies at G.P.O. buildings in Melliourno. Tho rob beries eousisb of tho ahslraotion from private boxes of hundreds of loiters containing moiioy. So fur there havo boon no arrests. Yos, M'Gralh and PowderlyB' Sale is 011. We .want to sell. We're going to sell. Our prieea will do that.* Values at A. B. OAMPBELT/8 store make buying elsewhere expensive* The catch of Clio season — M'Gratb and Powdorly's Sale. When we Bay Sale, wc mean Sale.* When our Sale flag ia flying, the prices are low. — M'Grabh and Pow derly, Meroery Speoialiats.* You oau mako tho besb purchases in children's footwear and liosiory at A. B. Campbell's.* Juab landed, nearly 600 yds- Lino leum and Floor Cloth, direob from Glasgow (Scotland), each oue a new .season patter...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Rifle Shooting. On Entilor Mondny ARonihinoil ri llo oompctitiou of Colmr, Wright villi) ami llUm ong Rille Uhibs look place on tho Colmr ram',e. Tl.oro was a gcotl at luliiliiiiee, 29 liikinf in Iho com pclilion. Tim noinli'.i.'i s wero gooil iiinl koiiio fair t-cnios wero put up. Kcllowint; ni'o i-lio Ic.iHiM;; ~ ? C Cil'iir, 1 uiowoii;:, \V Wrii;liLvill.;. 1100 yds. I .'-00 y.li. .1 Miiiin, I ... ':t J Mi-I.tiiirl'.lin, 1 a') D Holms, o ... .''J ii choiiiit., \v ... an it Mooilie, C ... til : '' T,* ncli, (! ... y j J McLittighlin, 1 t.ti i 11 ('.run, t! ... :n JUKiott.C ... :ii ' 3 Wilson. I ...III Ciui'cnter. l- ... Ill { M A I'lulttla, C... 35 A WilfOll, W ... yo j Carr Unyd, u ... 31 A Willin. 1 — wo II Moodio, C ... 31 J Milston, 1 ... 30 ' OA r'nul. W ... 31 CC0 yds. Apgreyntf. A Willi*. I ... '5 A Willis, I ... -ir, .1 Mj^tcti I ... 3-1 J ^lil&ton. f ... 1-£. 1L Orccn. C 111 IJ Moodio C ... t!3 Maitin.C ... Ill J McLaughlin, I 'J3 I) CtunpU'll, C ;;0 II (ircon, G ....

Publication Title: Western Age
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

Mail Time Table. Timo of departure Irom Cobar Post Office — For Sydney, 7.50 Ji.xn, (and when bearing lato fee 8.5 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Wrightville, 7 p.m. Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Louth, Friday, 7.15 p.m. ltadon Park, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Gilgunnia, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Mt. Dryedulc, Tuesdays C a.m. and Fri- days, 7,1J p.m. Nymagec aud Shuttlctou, Wednesdays, 7.15 p.m. Eloucra, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 a.m# Wileantiia, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urduyn, 5.45 p.m. IHowotig, Monday, Wednesday and Fri» day, 7 p.i». Time of arrival at Post Office, Cobar. From Sydney, etc., Monday, Wednesday anil Friday, G.'20 p in. I Front Wrightville, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 u.tn. From l^iuth, Thursday, tt a m. From I'aden Park, Wednesday, 6 a. it), yrom (iilgtmnia, midnight Tuesday. Front Mt. Ptysdule, Monday a^d Thurs day, 5,15 p in. aud 10 p.tu. Frrm Nynagte nnd Shuttleton, Wed. nesday, 0 a.ui. Front J''louorn, Tuesday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Wilc.moia,...

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

.Constipation. CYDNEY NURSE FREQUENTLY TfECOMMENDS DR. MORSE S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. 'I can s'.iii that Dr. Murs/s In !;:n IJoot I'ilia :ii u n very iisb.'iiI wc -: li-lno Ur.- rcliof from Consllpallon r: -! :ui Koncnil laxative,' write* ; u-.-so Arthur, of KJst'liill f.- r. vt, liutHiiy, Sydney, N.SAV.. 'I !.. vii frciiuotslly rccommcmkil tlioiic I'iil:-. to fi'iciiil.i. In my capacity of Central N'lirso, nnd 1 l:r-vo never lii-.m! a co::iT-Iain t as to tlielr cl!': r.u-y. Tlicy arc our family mcdieinp, ami I am rarely without theni In my Iii.n p. You may use tills testimony, if (li-nireil. Tor publication. I nm a rr:.i:!i nt of Ihis suiiurb (liiiin:; tiie In:Ht jffrty-.slx years, and mirsln? rfii.:ei'n yi'.'un.' To maintain a healthy system the lio-.vrls should operate at least onco ovrry 2-t Iiours. This Is ono of Na tuiv's wise provisions which is too often ignored, and the lcsult is un ti.-l'l KK.Tvrinfe-. Women and children p.t-f! tho rreatest offenders, but why nidi i,h(niid hi-...

Publication Title: Western Age
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BATTLESHIP BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

BATTLESHIP' BOXING. The following is a description by our spe cial boxing representative on H.M.S. New Zealand (the battle cruiser which recently helped' to give the Germans such a drub bing) of some of the bouts in one of the fortnightly meetings In tho 'cable deck arena' 'The referee (Captain H. Blount. R.M.A.), could not separate Shlpt. Southern and Sh. Cpl. Hatherly after a hart-hlttlng heavy weight bout of three rounds. 'Our two renown's, 'Jock' Shanks and ?Nutty' Mudd, proved a well-matched pair in an unroarlous three rounds blindfolded. They didn't forget to swing, when near ring side Beaters either. 'Excitement ran tense when Ivy, A.B., and Tout, L.S., Jumped through tho ropes for an Important six-rounder, but lo! Tout found in the first meeting that the Ivy was creeping much too fast and 'chucked in.' Ho failed to cling. 'In tho International young Kenwright (well known in Liverpool), meant 'putting 11 across ivia Jtticnurun, . ui uaiuwuiw, 1 found the Los Angelas Kid's Wes...

Publication Title: Western Age
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GUESS I KILLED A FEW. WOUNDED CANADIAN'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

GUESS I KILLED A FEW. WOUNDED CANADIAN'S LETTER. Again I am writing to you hoping this will nnd you In the very best of health, as I am very sorry to say I am not, because I am pretty nearly dead (writes a. Canadian from the front). This letter Is being written in hospital, as I huve had my first wound, and I guess it Is going to be my last, because I am being in valided out of the Service. I had a b&yonct in my side. The doctor said, 'Another half inch and ? !' All the same I hxuve had my share of the : Huns. I guess I killed quito a few, and if I only haiil the chance I would fix a few more. You would say the same If yon were to see poor little Belgium; It fairly makes one's blood boll when you see those devils and the carnage they have done. I forgot to tell you alnnit the reception we had when we landed at — ?. I can hardly describe It. The French girls, gee! they're dandy. They gave us cigarettes, chocolate. &c. I lost all my coat buttons, cap, und badge, so I h...

Publication Title: Western Age
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IN SOUTH AMERICA. SYMPATHIES DIVIDED. GERMANY AGAINST THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

IN SOUTH AMERICA. SYMPATHIES DIVIDED. GEEMANY AGAINST THE WORLD Keen Interest In tho war Is being displayed throughout South America, with here anu there a wall about the loss of trade, which all South Amcrlca has now begun to feci. Mnnv of tho Latln-Amcrlcan papers seem to favor tho Allies, and this tendency la par ticularly marked In Brazil, whero they re call tho cultural ties binding them to France and the long and profitable commercial con nection with England. On the other hand, partisans of Germany aro not wanting anil violent partisans at that — but propounccu German sentiment for some reason acems to bo confined to the west coast in and to Peru and Ecuador In particular. How ever, the mopt powerful paper In Peru, the Lima PrcnsH, comes out thus boldly against Germany: 'Germany wants to conquer tho world. With her Imperial fanaticism she is convinced that the Iron discipline of her army can sub jugate tho earth. In one word, Germany feels herself omnipotent, because, unfortu...

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

CHinPionTdBflOTj Climate or voealher cannot affect the condition of Champion Tobacco. 2 oz. Flake-Cut or Mixture in AIR-TIGHT TINS, 4 oz. PLUGS. A FACT WHICH SPEAKS FOR ITSELF : Tbe Sale, of Champion Tobacco but year war* more than doublo tboae of tbe prerioui year. PIPES DO not CRACK OR BURNj HUMPHREY OXENHAM, ^'Largest Commission Agent in Auslralia.-®® Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Starting FJrice Monej' Invested on tiie Course. x .-'Pgr No Limit. ? NoEReply. ? No Businesp. - — Two Cups . / ? iufficieut' Address — ? OXENHAM, Sydney- M « : Hi Jf ^o^firetest ' WATER WHITE^ * At'lCK'CAN I . / Tiie Vacuum Oil Company's ' | New Brand 1 1 American Kerosene / ? f,,'\ Highest Quality of American M ? Waterw''te 011 iRESCH'b^ i AUSTRALIAN I I '* I XXX Ale. (Draught) |! I | -i PILSENER - - 1 0BTAINAkE | f | DINNER ALE- JH0B0TTLES i I I SELECT STOCK ALE ... : I STOUT - - AlLH0TELS I ? m ? ? ? m o u . m m 0 | RESCH'S ALES, LAGERS, & STOUT § f » * '/ | are brewed by Austra...

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

f, zzrrr ? ? : ? ? == jf Jf Ifo4f\ t^i mh \wm 11 Im lai «i ktw gjK fj EE.MT' Hp YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR J i !TO#i* I ; PRODUCF ANn.STOCK 1 ! TRY 3 i! HARW50N. J0NE5« DEVLIN l!D || 1 j sydNeY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. W'Yow Autumn Suitings are the is err i I have seen,'' writes a cus- $Uk i ,i toimr, and many others tell -: i j j us the same over the counter. ' . ,^.s '* S 1 his is leally autumn, sir, * „ - . a '-'rrl YOU should see »$&?&?' ' .:'S.$ *'j I' Murdoch's New * Autumn rfr'X Suitings 55 1' Choice begins with Tweeds irom Australian Mills. Then w the British Tweeds and I Vor- Wrm a steds in firm finish and rough t! effects; popular grey ,, brr.uns, S^ifl [O I *ix inch broken thicks. dressy art-MiKij | pinhsad and bird's eye put- |i|lj | terns. Just slip the coupon in ||v,i| $::';|] j| jj ]i '?-'' 1-o.si and the patterns Pjp |.-j j i i! J ?j come by return. As to the /,, Mf jW'-f ^ 1 j| hiihr work. I save ii iviih us. f EM W M | Wc guarantee a new suit...

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

SIMON'S Gigantic Summer Sale Has Been Extended FOR ANOTHER SEVEN DAYS. Bargains in Men's Clothing & Mercery. Prices will be cut to tiie mere fractions at this Great &lc. Profit has not beeu considered, so therefore call and inspect for yourself. Every item going at Big Reduction. Note these few pecial Bargains. Men's Flannel Shirts, worth .1,0 anil 3/11. Going at 2/7*. Men's Qrey Dungaree Trousers, worth 3/11, going at 2/11,' Men's Blue Dungaree Trousers, worth .1/6, going at 2/6 ?Hen's Fashion Shirts, v/orth 3/11, going at 2/74. Men's Black Cotton Socks, extra heavy, going at fid pair. :«en s Brown Cotton Socks, extra' heavy, going at 6d pair. Bargains in Groceries and Crockery Best White Sugar, 2-/i lb., or 16/'J for 701b bag. ,, Golden Tips Tea, usual price 1/6, sale price 1/3. „ Coffee, usual price 1/8, sale price 1/5. 2/, ., „ I9. , , Flour, for aslb bag 3/8. Baking Powder, Auut Mary or Good Shot, sale price 1/2 Best Pickles, sale price 8Jd or 8/3 doz. ,, Essenc...

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IN BERLIN. KEEPING THINGS NORMAL. HOW ENGLAND IS HATED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

IN BERLIN. KEEPING THINGS NORMAL. HOW ENGLAND IS HATED. Mr. Frederick fnlmer. tho keenest of ub- V Z'iTln '?JLnnany. liTh'.£ wns a genernl 1 ?r,,,nre1.^t,°m^^^S.,''S..' ho was as- 1 sured. 'Is ^''''^'.''Cpcntcd tills. To 1 ??Everyone -ou met ^1^ som(j c(rccls M mention hut -»u - lhat Iook_tho look f the wliolu nation. j IN SI'ITK Ol' 1'ACIS ?ivrfeetly normal,- when In the windows Tin Intact, nnrtC,peSple'stlir«m?, eatlim and1, drl^kliift'^ they did In tlmo of Inclined to report when n he turned on the lights omy wm.n w^tomer approached a counter. Infinitely l*mp--rmnt »Khla ln kccplns Up ' PC°P 3''o!i Sunday afternoon and evening tlio Berllners came out to the cafes for 8anlJ wlchcs anil beer— as cheap as 'v-^* Government uriler. 'I hey were not In Buj-h numbers as usual, and there was only tllo Memblance of the old BUHto in tlielr gastro nomic and conversational functions. 'Up to November 15 the Germans had lost a million men In killed, wounded, and miss ing. Tlilnk of commanding a...

Publication Title: Western Age
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BRITAIN AS SUPER-PHARAOH. IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

BRITAIN AS SUPER-PHARAOH. IN EGYPT. The anomalies In tho government of Egypt disappear with the establishment of a British Protectorate over that country. For the past thirty years the actual sovereign of Egypt, tho Sultan of Turkey, has exer cised no direct iniluencc ujwn tho country, 1 and the nominal government waa in the hands of his viceroy, the Khedive, who ruled through natlvo ministers, each as sisted by an English 'adviser.' In reality, the real ruler of Egypt hns been the British Consul-Cieneral at Cairo, and Ills 'advice' to the Khedive has had all the force of a com mand. According to the London Times, the actual cnanges cuecieu cuiui-nac u. clainatlon of a British Protectorate, tho deposition of Khedive Abbas illlml, and tho clevutlon to the Egyptian throne of his uncle. Prince Hussein Kamcl, with tho title of Sul tan. Just what Is meant by .a Protectorate Is clearly defined by the London Spectator, which points out that tho Protectorate in Egypt follows the model estab...

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LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 17 April 1915

LATEST FASHION. Whilo brcadeloth and velvet are vying with each other for supremacy, serge, eorded wollrns, and Hue cloth aru well to the fore in practical clothes. Very short indeed are most of the new skirts, and wide, but the conser vative woman will choso a length varying from 2 to 4 feet from+the ground, the length most becoming to lier individuality. A very comfortable coat of fine cloth is illustrated above, finished with large metal buttons.

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