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GERMANS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

GERMANS IN LONDON. The lot v' the Germans In London Is not just now particularly enviable, says an Eng lish writer. Londoners do not llltrcat them, but they more or less Ignore tliein. Here and there we havo had cases of hooligans malting disturbances in front o£ German shops, but tho magistrates havo put this down rigorously. Tho Germans liavo been obliged to report themselves, and thoso who cniilil not glvo a satisfactory explanation of their doings havo been placed under arrest. But the ordinary, peaceful German Is allowed to go on here in his usual way. savo that he must show himself to the police once In uirvi! u.ijo. , ' ' 'ten uoiniiig in jang laml of the horrible rioting and Ill-treatment which the English folk received In Germany at the outbreak of tho war. . But still the lot of the German here is not comfortable.1 It he Is a shopkeeper peoplo prefer, as a rale, to go to another shop. Some of the German restaurants In London aro deserted. Tliero Is one very (lno set of res...

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 attersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) . j NOW OPEN. BENDIGO GDP, run at Bendigo, 25th November, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, run at Rosehill, l24h December, 100,000 , tiobets at 5/2. CARRINGTON STAKES, run at Randwiok, 30tb December, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. Important Notice. On all Sweeps on Races run after January, 1906, the Tasmanian Go vernment Stamp Tax will be 2d on oaoh 5s Tiokot, and 4d on eaoh 10s Tioket. Clients mast therefore add these amounts to their remittances. IIOxThe Tasmanian Government has authorised the Trustees of the estate of the lato Gqorge Adams to aarry on the lioense and conduot the sweep business under the same management as for several years past. a?P C0B^ MEDICAL KHIiIi. Marshall-Street. J. MlllMI I . Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A large assortment of Perfumery, Taney Goods, Toilet Requisites and Stationery always on hand. J. MITCHELL, Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st., Cobar. The Comme...

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

Clitiirch Services. I- BESBYTEKIAN. Sunday, 22nd November. — 11 n.m , 'Serve tho Lord .with Gladness.' 3 p.m., Sunday Bahool, 3.45 p.m., Sacrament ol Baptism'. . 7.30 p.m., Scrvico o £ Song ; solritita, Miss Campbell, Miss Morrison, Mi Jeflery and Mr. Carter. Full dress piu .ldc of cndcts. All arc ivolcomo- ' David MucGrogor.

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WATCHING A BATTLE. EYE-WITNESS'S STORY. "HELL LET LOOSE." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

WATCHING A BATTLE. EYE- WITNESS'S STORY. 'HELL LET LOOSE.' A vivid picture of a suction of a four battle between the Belgians and th* Germans is furnished by Mr. Powell, the spcciul correspondent of tho New * York World, who says: On Sunday morning four Belgian divisions pressed forward along a front extending from Aerschot nearly to Alost, a distance of something more than HO miles. The Bclgiaa centre rusted on Sempst, two miles south of Malincs, its objective being tlu» iowi» uf Weenie, on the Antwerp-Brussels railway, and a point of considerable strategic' Import ance. It was known that tho Germans had occu pied Weerdc In force, so throughout the day thu Belgian artillery, masked by heavy woods, pounded away Incessantly. By noon the German guns had erased to reply, which was assumed by the jubilant Belgians to be a sign that the German artillery had been silenced. Mr. Donald Thompson, the World's war photographer* and I arrived at the head quarters of tho lirst division at Sctnps...

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METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

MET.HODIST Sunday, 22nd November — Oobar 11 a.m. and 7.30p.m., Rev. B.Dcano. WrightviUo— 7.30 p.m'.. Miss '.Thomas.

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GERMAN DISCOURTESY. TREATMENT OF FRENCH AMBASSADOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

GERMAN DISCOURTESY. TREATMENT OF FRENCH AMBASSADOR. The French Embassy In London Issued tho lollowitig statement: — Thu French Ambassador in Berlin (M. .lulcs Cainbon. brother ot the French Am bassador in London) has Just informed the French Government of the conditions under which he left Germany. After being re fused permission to leave through Holland or Belgium, as he Intended, ho agreed to travel by way of Vienna, but a few hours liter he was. notilled by an official of tho I'iernian Foreign Office that ho and the Em bassy staff would be taken to Denmark. From Denmark in the circumstances It might have been impossible lor me Am duo - sudor tu secure a passago to Franco or Eng laiul. To the Ambassador's inquiry if ha would 1m made a prisoner of war in the | event ot his not accepting tho route proposed to him no answer was given except that an Iiilii-lal would call for his reply iu a' luiur. M. Jules Cambon finally acquiesced iu the arrangement after having eiiteicd a strung pro...

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

. \ Different Child after -stomach worm was EXPELLED BY COMSTOCK'S 'DEAD SHOT' WORM PELLETS. While suffering from Worms a child can nover bo expected to lie well or good tempered, as those par asites plav havoc with tlio consUtu ? _ ? ? tlon, and af feet the Ut tie sufferer in various \? y\ ways. A r?) striking ex V? 1 7 ample 1 s V ? - j - ' ? J that ot 5^1 -U-V-V. ^ Baby Lloyd, if-tWyMt-V/W after being ,1 l'h-'-. macli worm bv ono doso of Comr.tock'R ''Dead Shot' Worm I'elleto. His father sends the. following letter in addi tion to tlic child's photo: My lit tle boy. aged two years, suffered from Worms for somo months, writes Mr. F. W. Lloyd, 21 Clark St., Kast Brunswick, Vic. Wo ha\c given him different kinds of worm powders and tablets but without any results. Seeing your advertisement, ( wo thought we would give tliem a trial, and the result was wonderful: after the first dose the child passed a worm fl inches long, and as tluclc as a penholder. I hJive preserved tho worm to sh...

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

'Western Age' office for ConfeVtioncfy and Fruit Bags at Bedrock prices. Cobar Distress Helief Committee. CJUB80BIPTIONS to tho abors ' Fund. will .be received «ek □emledgad by the undersigned. O. J. Woo&BK, Hon. 86a. J, HeaXiT, Hon. Treu.

Publication Title: Western Age
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GERMANS IN BRUSSELS. "THEIR ODIOUS PRESENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

GERMANS IN BRUSSELS. 'THEIR ODIOUS PRESENCE.' For jtist a month tho Germans havo boon masters in Brussels (wrote thos London Dally Chronicle correspondent on September 1.1). For n month the population of tho capi tal havo suffered their odious prusuncc. A month at ready 1 It nully seems like n horrible nightmare* Ii'oni which wu .shall wake suddenly to find Jhai, after all, it lias boon an Illusion. Tho streets have their customary anlma tcn, and tho public who crowd Ute streets am iinnv numerous tlian usual owing to t ho tirovailini' oiicnmlMfOH.ni I host- farts aro a matter of soim&uncasi- i:rsjs to tin? Germans. Thu considerable num- | her of able-bodied mon of an age to bear I arms and who aro not doing ho perplexes them not a lit t U* and causes them lively ap prehensions. Tln-y ju-t! even declaring that there are In LrussHs as many Helghm mon as would make an army corps, that tho. soldiers among them an: disguising themselves In workaday clothes. that they have arms hi...

Publication Title: Western Age
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The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

The War. vr Sydney, Thursday. . 11 a.m. Dircct communication . botweon Hollaiid and Borlin lias beoii sud denly interrupted. This is inter preted to mean that a great move ment of Goiman troops is in profiross. A spy captured at Arras stated that 1,1,0 Germans liftvo planned to retreat within tlio noxt four days. A battle has been resumed with groat violence in West Flanders. Tito onomy is making tremendous efforts to reach tbo con6t. During tlio last two days the Allies havo made uioro or loss marked pro gress at every point attacked from tho Ysor to tbo Meuso. In tbo recont fighting at Zouna beke, tlio British smashed tbo Prus sian Guard, eomplotoly routing tbem. Tbo Germans left a thousand killed and three thousand wounded. Tbo Glascow took part in tho naval battlo off tbo coast of Chilli. She brings news of tbo engagement, and reports that wo wore outranged. There was a big explosion on the Good Hope, and flames roso 200 feet. Her total destruction followed. Tbe Monmouth was bad...

Publication Title: Western Age
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A Huge Desert. A PICTURE OF RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

A Huge Desert. A PICTURE OF B1VEBINA. Mr. O E.- Maalin, of Burragong Station, Tirana, draws a pathetic pic ture of the pastoral position in Wost orn Kiverina. wliioli ho de6oribos as a huge desert, which lias been almost entiroly doplotod of stock. ' On ono station that I know, ' lio said, ' the ownor has lost 16,000 Sheep, and lie lias moved tbo romainder of bis flocks to frosb country. Now tlio new area is threatened, and the probability is that ho will ioso the balance. It is costing some of tho pastoialists from £500 to £1000 a week to feed thoir stook. Many men who have bcon feeding aro now letting their sbeop die, and aro con fining their efforts simply to saving tbe stud flocks. Ono can travel mile upon mile without seeing a livo animal. Thero is nothing but tbo rotting carcases of tho sboep. Frcm Jerilderio aoross to Balranald and Hay, and on to N.arandora and Hillston, tho country is in a fear ful plight. Thousands upon thou sands of acres of country aro not carrying a soli...

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THE HOME OF THE MANY [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

THE HOME OF THE MANY ?The writer recently had- the pleasure ; of inspecting that palatial edifice at 'Mip | PUt 'tren.t Svdcy, which mi^'it aiitly [ be termed 'the homo of th.' nianv. »' for 5t is -thero that the Salvation .Army condnecs Ihe largest hotel in th? south- 1 ?cm hemisphere, the rooms totalling 730. J Modern innovations there abound, unci) 1 as liro-proof floors, nn up-to-dato library J tho. largest roof gardon in Sydney, and 'Jarge social hall, 'etc./: Bath rooms, ??iritV: hot and cold' water.aro on each floor.'*] Spacious -writing and roodJng room.-'; Tariff, 3/9 to 4/3 por day, .Write fqr . ?Urtff;card.: _ ? ? .-I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

THK PRINTING HOTsE 1 OK THE WEST j All Classes of General end Corn- ' mercfci Printing Executed on 'C the Premises. ) -? ?? — ? ? ? i i ?? .. ... ? ? - f Workmanship— Tt%c Best. Charges- The Lowest, : Tt!M 'Western Agfe/' Barton Street, Cobar, ? 'if*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

pf_cioi ' y sm V' 'i AriL'^'i}*j?u^-&$Sc(3^ i * jij l£'- w.-U't ? ^ i y^^SJS2S^^S!SkdSS^33B!!^& 1| Tho Quality %!!' if' $P' *?«! thought wm given to fihe _'j«J jt Q*.N«Hy of thr«« Fine fabric* v»hen \. H wo buying, SKim enuring '4 J Durability and Good Value. §j| Crepes t= l.i SPECIAL PRICES— * ;';:| 7^d & Is4-^d. - Dainty ' | DRESS | FABRICS I WJIY tK'lay thf ir-uc#:I(«r e of ? imS iJj Nv.w Ur«-** yt-\ i l ave pro- 'i| mtstcl yourtrW ? rv, t«x»»^rr ? M We are ready to -h-»v \oo ihe ks I Newnt ctfx- MoM r* Mdt»ri«ls, rm''n-nt«y swlobie for Ihe present Season^ W»or. Your £U visit wttl he etleermd end you'il not be tot ry you c an*. j$j The Range | ] A B»jf R*n*:e of *vcry prorrxWut ES i demand of Dame l'nshi«tn. No Stf tody will experience any uitluofcy in H choosint ? suitable Dre%* trit^lh. K - ploral Voiiles, 8 9 SPECIAL PRICES— « I Is6d^£:-j I 1 JENNINGS BROS, fj ?' 1 * -j) bA GoodSfurit ? 4 A. C. f J0HNSTON, 1 ©entist. 'j i I Marshall-Street ; j [ Ncmr Bt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

M. A. Padula. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best seleoted stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver,! Electroplate, etc, | IN THE DISTRICT. j Prices compared with the value of our goods, j are the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong Qn^& Co. , General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Aro prepared to enter into contracts (or supplying Chinese foe ring-barking and scrub-cutting, as well ns Ohineso Eervants and cooks for stations. LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. LINE OF Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the J Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at -5-30 p.m., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CUFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggag...

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INDIA'S LOYAL PRINCES. NO LACK OF MEN. MANY LACS OF RUPEES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

INDIA'S LOYAL PRINCES. NO LACK OF MEN. many lacs of rupees. Tho Kaiser, It Is said, counted upon an up H,i ° Xlndhi's forces when he declared war against Groat Britain, for had his spies not told liim that tho nnt ves discontent against lirltish rulj.7 u monarch moro woefully misled and in' taken, for with one accord the rulers of tne native States in India, who number 700 in alh have rallied to the defence ot ^ 'P'rc a'd offered their personal services and tlio re sources of their States for tho war. fpnllt India has sent over 70.000 men to thefront, aud accompanying these arc six I ? princes, who are worth at least uh.riint' Wvn n »lm veteran Sir Pertub Singh, tho Itcgent of Jodhpur, will not be den! ted ins right to servo King George, and in splto oi his seventy years lie is on his way to tlic front, accompanied by his sixteen-year-old grandson. Sir Pertab is ono of the most popular rulers in India, and for nuwy years was an intimato friend of Queen Mctoria, to whom ho wrote cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

OO OLD ORKNEY SCOTCH WHISKY stands alone for age and mellowness. It oarries a big majority vote for excellence.* You can make tho beab purchases in children's foobwear and hosiery at A. B. Oampbelt/s* _When our Sale flag ia flying, the ptioes are low. — M'Grath and Pow derly, Meroery Specialists.* a still have a fair number of rea goodseoond-hand bioyoles most ly fitted wlbh new tyrea and fittings, at from £4 10s to £7. — H. DOGGEB, Linsley-Btreet.3 The mildest and absolutely: tho* PureBt whisky in the market is O.O.' Orkney. Onoe tasted never forgot.*

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HOW HOLLAND WOULD FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

HOW HOLLAND WOULD FIGHT. Should the Dutch, like the gallant Belgians, be called upon to resist the violation of their neutrality, they would, while calling upon their small army ot 125,000 men, equipped with 1B0 modern llokl-jjunn, rely to a groat extent on General Dyke. In other words, they would repel tlio Invader by Hooding tho coun try, Inundating tho fields to a doptli of be tween ono and two feet, thus making a morass impassable to the enemy's troops Holland Is not only llat; It is also hollow Tho llelds and meadows aro ten or twelve feet, and sometimes more, below tho level of mu water, sail or otnerwise. Consequently tho land has to be protected by embankments or dykes, the tops of which, being broad and flat, are used for carriage roads and foot paths. Tho network of canals is probably linlquo in tho wholo world. The dykes aro very skilfully constructed, and should occasion arise somo 300 square miles can bo flooded at a fairly uniform depth, not sufficient to float boats, ...

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The Peak Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 21 November 1914

The Peak Mail. The member for Cobar, Mr. C. S. Fern, has forwarded tho following for publication : — Sir, — Witii reference to the repre sentations recently made by you to tho Postmaster General respecting tho desire that the mail service to Great Peak, near Oobar, N.S.W., be restor ed, I am directed to inform you in quiry has been mado in the matter and reports submitted by tbe Aoting Deputy Postmaster General, Sydney, indicate that 14 mon are working the Peak mine on tribute, 10 of whom reside in Wrightville under two miles distant, returning there each ovening, and that Wrightville is Berved throe times weekly from Oobar. The re maining four men receive a total of about threo letters weekly, whioh aro placed in a roadside box on the Wrigbtville-Illewong mail route. In tbe ciroumstancea it is con sidered that the existing faoilities reasonably meet the requirements of the few minerB residing at tbo Peak, and that the re-opening of the receiv ing office thereat is not warranted. — ...

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