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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

M. A. Paluli. THE OLDEST ESTBpJISSD WatchmakflST Jeweller aam Optician in ma^T\ Has always on band thflpJKt saute I Jewellery, Gold Jp SJvei , . Electroplatewitc, IN THE DISjfiOT. Prices compcKd vitti the value of dXr god ;, are the lowestjn Gba \ i The only dHblircd -s . Resident WHci Kwong Grip ..... i General Storelmpersand Produce Mmhant, . CORNISHTOWgg C(B/ R, Aro prepared to onter«fa*o enacts hr ? supplying Chinoso for M*jfi»g-tu:ng lr'! Bcrub-cutting, as well agaflbir.-;- »-!?? We and cooks for station!, jjp|y' I LARGE STOCKS (MCRCKl? T, \ IRONMONGBRMGRCraii . MERCERY, andf'BOO'; an SHOES, Murriori Cash buyers of Rabbit apd Fo-y*l,-,::. !-.c. ''— HIGHEST I'RIOBB Oi::.N. j Orders Promptly |Atto:.ud t. MQkfiSSali 8r«-5\. Royal Ma^JGcacjies Leave the BookiriffrOfri.- uex!t ihe ? Band Hall, BourkgStre:, G*r.r, Every TUESDAY, JIHURS! ay, and SATURDAY, atJ5i30 pn., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CE«fFS,;ROKEN HILL aud all Intermediate iiatwM. AH Fares, PardjSs, w.\ luggage mast be booked, de...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHES THAT LIVE AT GREAT DEPTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

1 FISHES THAT LIVE AT GREAT ! DEPTHS. The Priuce of Mouaco reports ctuicem- : ing his cruise made between July nnd j October lOtb, 1U13, between the Kurn- '- peuu aud North American coasts. Srioiiiy - intereuting studies were made of a scr ?' Jb* uf (ish gpuciiuvus which inhabit a depth of over :i,OUU feet iu the ocean. ami which come as near tho surtacc :,- »»0 feet, during the night only. Tin fact is a most noteworthy one as regar i l.hysiology, for such specimens have .-. U'uprisiug facility of supporting the ei; tsmous decompression which is due t» fie- ehuoge oil depth from a point --i Vgh pressure to one of low prcsiui,-. ins being 'done at such frequent into vis, nlso the rccouiprcssiou when agau, ,'M-emliug.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SAYINGS OF MR. MURPHY. AMERICAN ORATOR'S WORDS OF WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

; THE SAYINGS Of MR. MURPiiX. AMERICUX ORATOR'S WORDS OF . WISDOM. Mr. Patrick Murphy, Hie famous Ameri can after-dinner speaker, who ia at lire ?cut in London, has a great reputation for the mnnuracturo of what «'e are vletued (*ay« the ' Express') to call opi tenant— a word that may be taken to ?nran the witty expression of a wise thought. The following are some of hu words of wiidBm taken from two of his moat recent tpceohu : — There is no one so viirioua in regard to tho veiled aide of life an a thoroughly atrait-mced woman. It b.as pIc.M5.int to notice the frailitici of other* a» to indulge in our own. There is lew risk, and it costs nothing. It ia a paradox of life that all of u* would liv« low, yet uo one wishes to be old. A» we advance in years we think tlie primo of life i» alwort five jain alioad. ? , ,., The recipe to keep young all one? life i-— caxy boots, a clear conscience, and sn*ndin« other people'* money. In regard to conscience, the game t« unequal. We have five s...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN WE ARE NOT AT OUR BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

WHENowuER^r^ [?] ?SH-re ension; vou,,« '^ '' ^ 'f ^ -'Idiess him j|S -\i.. .? .,„ , ? . '' ee, I ? -ei ° ' g0'iS °' '''Ol'gh 111,, I ;', lii,''^:,!,^ , ,°, 1''''C of m-i is ''ways l''cw thing, !lrc mmv pitiful, declares tliu samp writer, than the surrender i.i I 1 mil 11 whn ,1S1.S l,ib yoar3 as ;i pretext I i'f spiritual suicide, who looks con . :antly l.aek, bemoaning the days when lie, too, was young; who Inps himself in .-e.hslin.'irs on the pretence tlint becaus.. li« is old ho has nothing inoro to give to anyone, A fino 'old boy,' who is keenly in- : teresied in his own life nnd ready to be interested in yours, is one of the most ; exhilarating influences that can be eu countered. The past was good (and would have boon better if he hailn 't b.;eu such a young fool); the pecsent in g'iOil; please Heaven, the future — tin; vlmo of his life— will be best of all. ^\i.| so he goes forward to his grave ulili his snils full set and bis Hags tly. '

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Tattersall' tMonsulta is. '(George AilainS,- ^????m, Tii.Mii.^,1; NOW % PEN. MELBOURNE CUP, run at FloiV ft ?*'??) IWmbor, 100.0 Tickets at 10/4 ; 100.000 Tioliols ab ;'-/: 1 ?'JO''1 SnoiiUt Rt 5/2. Impoi-tar | Notice. On all Sweeps on Racos inu af f navy, 100G, tliajrf&a''11' Go vernment Stamp Tax will bo 2:i on .- ?, * Ticket, andTff-'i o«h 10« of tbo late George Adams to carry or - ^«» and oHtf «?« ''*-» business under tho same inanaEeraBr ?? s lor »o\eral yoar*Jp»si wjm C0BW ]luDicrf}i» MarsKall^Street. $ j, iitsiifciu : Proprietor. EveryTDcscriptioii of'.' '**'' Medicine Staked. A largo :? I;'1''™* o( ..' Perfumery, fancy Goo* Toilet Requisites and Stationery; :v.onhand.., I J. MIl^tELL^ \ Chemist and Drugi;ii Marshall-st., Cobar. | The Comn cial Hotel I BDW/ ' -STREET. I CAN , LEGO. ,$£? Be3t' Liquors. od Bl3l3a and Tl)Ie3 £, ' Tar «a'e. . ,Tl * First Okas Aecoinmoda Travollors and 3oarde«. O.J. is no stranger to Gaf)' -aA 'oturaa |d hsine9S or.aouraged ; , by' kia for...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKING THE BEST OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

1 I MAKING THE BEST OT IX. --. uf the hardest things in ?'?'^^M ?il' is to condolo with anybody^-^^ ^5 : mi- ortnne or a bereavoment, y-^S^ '.. '$?% v-.' not that the matter is jgwT'.'..' -I1-* ?io. -, a great mtiuy fiUiunnB...,'...'. -wS ?;id .'0 told of the coudoloncMp,,,},.. , -M ' th bereaved. ''-ji^f i'tib 'rking Irishmau fell ouSWi a i',.:j.-r). 'sM '''re.- window and brokdKT- «,?«.*. .$» ,A)'-r tho funeral, a n»Jii-i'ir .al/e,l Ui| ''1 '?(..?! the widow sytupflBs,- «?''?' »? W§$ J-''-c ' :-'j^f f'h was a vory sad thing, nu.- ??? ' :-to V indeed it was. To die like th;r ^ 3 fall out of a fourth-storey -- $m *»?' W J'Au' was it as bad as thtit.1 :?-?-?? WfflS J visitor. 'Sure, tin1 1 heaid _ilv. ? ^» was only a third-storey window. HNH

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STORY OF KING ALFONSO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

? 0 ? A STORY OF KINO ALFONSO. Au uudcr-secrotary of the Spitm-i, Ration told at a dinner party iu War-h iton a littio story about 4.hc King vi .^tin. ?King AlfousOj' he began, 'is t'vii'i ? taking motonug triiis int-oy. JJ. -ored recently through a wild ivo'iun --; .'astilc. liu put up with his mod.si i: r urage at a more than modest inn. 'l am sure, tie sai.l, 'thai tli.-v -.», i 't know me here!' Well, thoy did uot know him. '?.ey treated him like :iu ordinary tnu ? ,' :r. So much so, iu fact, that when i-'c »'ont to shavo the noxt morning, h. ..-).:nd thcro was no mirror in his room, -u ho went down iuto the inn-yard iu ? hi- shirt-sleeves, and there a pretty j 'V.mbermaid brought him a brok-N i I.ece of mirror, which ho set up hesi.l.- j ?ic wall, and proceeded to lather clieel- I 'ad vhin. ''? ? ..'The girl stood chatting with hii: P'Wd'tW sho said in au odd voice: {}??' Vou are uot just an ordinary tra 1:-. are you?' » Why do you ask me that.' ask' 1 '» King. V ' I don't know...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Steadily Mounting. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Steadily Mounting. rrbn oloctrical disturbance which pponod along on Sunday wai ro huhililo for two points of lain — ami licb dust Tho storm, however. Id the elToob of cooling tbo air for time, but binco tbon lha tbennome r ban boon steadily mounting up irds. Following aro the rooords r tbo last four days : — Sunday ? 88 dog. Monday ? 89 Tuosday ? 97 Wodnosday ? 102

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

O O Otl) ORKK y SCOiOH WHISKY stands alo3 for age and inellownopa. ft earring |,jg mj)jority ' vote for excellenoe;**.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

\fi Cooidental Gold Mine, Cobar, ,l£:hs verge of closing owing to fcn'.or supply giving out. I !: natch of tho season — M'Grath Ii.;\-.wdorly'8 Sale. Wbon we say B«i ivu mean Sale.* I v i,s at A. 15. Campbell's store BHil.iiying elsewbore expensive* I Tv-s vulcaniaed, bars fitted, wheels ?i:t; 1, or any class of motor or *cl-.\vork. — II. Dogger, Linsley ice! 1 II. lielter Rtores for less money alAl. CAMPItELL'S.* IA rcat to Australian whisky nfi.1* O O OLD ORKNEY \lniKV. Especially distilled for tl| A,tralian Climate* Bu-'.nnded, nearly 600 yds. Ijiuo lalin ml Floor OI0M1, direct from iimts Scotland;, eaoli one a new seliotittarn. H- DoaGi'.n, Linsloy #0 Mi ioake thu best purohases infbliitfen's footwear aud hosiery at A. 7; tAMl'BELL'S.* !i/ 3f i' h^Osleada rb v.e do, it is only ' niiti u: v.r have gteat deuiaud for * V.I; \i , %;A our prices aro the lowest, H. -.-?...-. Linsley street, Cobar. ^ u .1: 'crstand that Mr. Acting ?Tjc l- ???...ah will receive theappoint 11101 c .'..'i...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forty-two-and-Nine [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Forty-two-and-Nine lor ;. good suit, tnilorcd to satisfy you, liy jnlocks' in Park 8trcot, Syduoy. Onoof hc electrical trado moves of Murdoch's, this instnuco, designed to celolirato the ?ning of tlieir gigantic mcn'3 wear Btore. e:io people havo grown amazingly in re v.: yenra and if you vAW look at tho .luraocn-s' new advcrtiscinenl in this ..j you will sco n photo-sketch of tho ,uimoth s'ructuro just completod and .. tally opened this week.- Thero was a ? -J! deal of justifiaUo ' fuss ' on tho 28rd i-ignnlise the completion of Bydney'a big 3, perhaps, most popular, men'sstoro, run s competent, courteous man, baciiad by e ot tho brightest and nicoBt staffs to bn ?A in Sydney. This ..firm pin3 itself— !;:is ttlwava douo so— to its spoken or ;:ed word. In a phrase, its a straight :i! So, when it says ' fortytwoand '' for a good suit, tnilorcd to satisfy yon, Murdoch's ' you c;:u tako ii as' ab ;:«ly O.K. And, it will bo a suit to .; with pleasure, because it will fit; it , lr.ok sma...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Prove All Things. To win a ?wager, an English Mar quis stood on London Bridge and offered sovereigns for five shillings. He could not find a customer. It's not to bo wondered At; tbe public look askance at any proposition when the person is apparently a ^Gci.iic1' ! iorvr vr;tliOUi jdiraofc or in dirnnt r; V, _£ran3a|f*t schemes havo of'.j'vT' 1-so.T sncc;-:!_i and iu ^hsse rir.ys iiusptic; -V;ai:t better proc.r iU:-.n ^i-c mii of a Maltiuis. Mo evidence can be stronger than testimony such as this' — Mrs. D. Aplitt, whoso house (aoes the railway line, Cobar North, says: — 'My husband suffered terribly with his back for somo time. It was alwaja aching, and if bo tried to stoop it wa? almost as much as be could do to stand up straight again, tbe pain was so acute. Ho felt sure his kidneys were not working properly, ns the secretions were disordered, and he was Eubject to dizzy attacks. Hearing someone praise Doan's Back aohe Kidney Pills as a cure for back ache, be deoided to try them...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bid of £30 for One Farthing. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Bid of £30 for One Farthing. At Sydney Town IEall Patriotio Concert, one fm thing v.n? put up to auction by Mtdame Melba. Mr. Arnold Besch secured it with top bid of £30. Both the Besths— Edmund and Arnold — ara nativcb of Wilcan nia, N.S.W., and every man in their employ, with the exoeption of a few British, is Australian.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. The»»« Not«f we lsned ererr week, andpr tkr pemonaJ jopervljloi of tkf Hon. W. 0. Amforri, MJnietnr lor Africnltare, »nd are bated malnlr on tk« «zp«rleace ot the Departmont. S-: l.s.':. AGRICULTURAL. j POTATO SCAB. I Its Cannes and Romcdics. Th-- 1-niw of the condition in potatoes known h- ' IVtiito Si-iib' has been the ?iil.jcrt -i( miieh Mp---:tiliitiuu and inves liRntiou, nnd 11 stiitcinrnt by thn Din Ing'! »( tho Agri.'iilturnl jjfpnrtmont nf th.. (.reoent stnte '.if opinion will be ! r.'H.I with interest, for thprc an- few I »a»onr- in which th» mine of other j «i-» prollttible eiop« i« not rtdueed hv I il At one timo th-- fuugur- 'Oospora i..-iiliip-' waj univer«ally regnrde'l tir the enu«e of scab in potatoes, but it is nnw known that other agencies and other fungi may give riso to the char acteristie ronghening of the skin. A good deal of ronf'-..-j*v hni beeu caused , by thn vnriun* iijip!;nitit'iis of tho word ??se...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

The War. ? SVDNKV, Monday. 11 a.m. Tho Turkish warship Haniidiohs bombarded Novorossiysk for th^ree hours. Tho battleship flow tho Bus amn Hag when approaohing the town. Two hundred sholls wore fired, mostlv againjt petroleum tanks, morohant ?nnon in tho harbor, and grain elova toft?. The Turks also fired 300 shells h-.bo Thoo:loii'\. The Allies' repre 80«tixHvt-? are preparing to leave Con sUn^i.-.opli'. 'Iho Allios presented a Notb to U.o t'oi io and Ihroatoned to break or. :'i)iU. malic relations if the demands i.'i..Io reniaiuod unsatisfied. Thoro hns boon no reply, hut the Porto informod tbo French Ambassa dor that tbe Turkish warship raids occurred without Turkey's knowledge. Certain sections oi tho Turkish army are resontful against Gormans train ing them, and some Turks recently shot four Gorman officers. The Goebon is now tho flagship of Ilia Ti.rkisli ??'?'.:?, \\i\\, n German ii'-..i:.'»J ami «ii ;?.??: Ti-o Mri-slau and tj.-. i-..:, _:-m-ji]9V of liic ?t;,-t-i;.|i war jb...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANNERS ROUGH SHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

MANNERS ROUGH SHOD. r ^ ? » There was once a simple parent who endeavoured to instil inio his boy'a mind principles of courtesy and refinement. lie thought it. rather smart on his part lo buy a book on etiquette for Tom's birth day, ins to id of 'Robinson Crusoe,' which young Toon hankered after. 'when you have read that through,' said Tom senior, 'and proved you have profited by it, wo will talk about some other book. Better begin by looking under %D' in the index for door«.' Thp senior 'Pom winked at mamma and the Ju.iior Tom wlnkod at his tyfco.' 'Thankfi, |\i,' said Tom, meekly. It was 11 [irelty fnigrocnt of Kng lish' home life until Tom's sister, jn 'attotn|itinp to leave the npart ment,- found hiTHolf clutched .by tho hand and flunjf \l-jlontly buckwurds into the coul scuttle. 'You ignorant little bnnst !' pro testvd Tom. 'Don't you know that. a gentleman should open the door : for you ?'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

The Premier, Mr. Holman, in a letter definitely stated that the Gover ment does not contemplate the com pletion of the Broken Hill-Oondobolin railway during the ourreut financial year, nnd that earthworks wore only started as relief wort. If Ibo generate \atid jingoes only woro rerjuired to fight theio would novor ho a war. . . Uev. Father Moi-an of Nyupan -3 at present on if visifetf^tfjjg, . — ls. Prayers for roi&.^4rn3«Bn\irea at I a Sl'eci'il serving jxb tht- ATetbodist ' Cbtircli to-iuorrci|y- (Tlitii'9'lay) bveu- j infi at 7 :10 ji.m. E(S». Ijeionrd Penno will conduct tlio sorv'.ice. )

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK. ANIMAL BREEDING. The Influence of Age. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

LIVE STOCK. ANIMAL BREEDING. The Influonce of Age. The influence of ago in animal breeding has been the subject of a Kood deal of useful investigation at the University of .Missouri, U.S.A., and Mr. V. B. Mumford, nn officer of that institution, recently published some of the results. Early breeding is pracuse.i more or less in connection with most farm animals, nnd farmors of all elasscs are interested iu the question, though perhaps, it will ap peal most to dairy farmers. The Missouri station used pigs ns Hip basis of thp experiments nnd en quiries there. Somo Results of Early Breeding. In the first instance, in order to ob (nin tho experience of breeders, a list of questions wns sent to 1,(100 of tho lending breeders all over the [j'nitcd (States and Kngbind. To the question, what iiiltiipiifc h;i- early breeding on the mother, ,10(i replies were to tho effect that it eaus...l the mothers to be undersized. IS that ii took the mothers longer to mature, and 155 that it made better ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADVANTAGES OF SHEEP. On the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

ADVANTAGES OF SHEEP. On tho Farm. As a brief statement of thf advan tages of ruuning sheep on the farm, the I following by an oflieer of the Live '- .Stock Branch, Ottawji. Canada, would 1 ho hard to boat: — j 1.-- The sheep is a dual purpose j animal, producing b?th wool Htid ! mutton. I 2.— The initial expenditure is small. Kvery farmer can well afford the in I vestment of the nocessnry enpitnJ in n few sheep. 3. — Rapid monetary returns are to eeived, tho wool clip and tho lamb crop being saleable annually. 4. — Expensive buildings are not necessary. I 5- — Wood duitruction represents auother asset. Sheep will cat mi.1 relish almost every class of weed, fi. — Sheep ndniittodly improve soil fertility. Their manure ia rieh und i uniformly distributed. j 7. — Except at certain seasons of the year, less time ana attention need be I bestowed upon tho caro of sheep than iu the ease of almost any other animal I without thereby endniigoring su/cessful results.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ORC[?]RD. CODLIN M[?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

THE ffRCliRD. C0DLIN M'Ji. What is Required t :r,utrol it. ; ' Sprnying apple, pear, v quinco trees i in accordant with thp f'...:t. Pests Act j is probably the most ii i: ,-tant opera- ; tion of this s.ason of 1 1- car. Last j year wo gave at. eonsj.de .'..? length the particulars r.-unrdiug ? eontrol of codun motn, legether \ :'l 'he roasons for tho time lor each fvi-niiriit being so closely sp- -ilied, am b. the light of those explanations tho jV. variations made in th. new reg U- ..us will be easily under-: nod, but iv. orchardist who would lii;.. to revi ?? ,..-. ,.xtoud his knowlcdgo 01 :hu subj ? ; :, do so by writing for n r«prir : f s previous 'Ga».ottc' :i' tides. fJ Dry i'owdor 0: r.Jltc? Meantime 1: should ?.. f.iated thai the regulati... - ,irovi,... ^|. ,ho 8 ray. ing must hv ...,„« thr,- ?,;,,,., with an. approved bt.-, ; ol- !lr ?„,. .,f Jea-1 in the propor 1 .. „' jS „ , M, ,,,- (1 ar60u. atoof lead; ,l,T, ,,. ». iv^,antin mwm 2 lb. of Swr: ... V;1 'ad paatw-^ 2 lb....

Publication Title: Western Age
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