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TERRIBLE CONSEQUENCES FOR GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

TERRIBLE C0N8EQUENCE8 FOR GERMANY. Tho Gorman 8ocialiBt journal, ,-rlhe Vofwarts,' of August 0, has an articlo headod 'The Law of Blockade aud Capture at Sea,' which it preccdos by a quotation from a speech by Sir Edward Grey in 1908. In the speech quoted Sir Edward Grey explained that Groat Britain's abso'ute depend ence on tho possession of tho command of tho soa made it the duty of the Go vernment, for tho sake of security, to koep intact the weapons of attack which placed in the hands of tho peoplo iu possession of the command of the s.eu tho possibility of effectively blockuding tho coasts of an enemy. The writer ox plains, in a translation quoted in 'Tho Times,' that a German commerce ^ of the vulue of many millions, tho falling off of which must inflict the most seri ous ecouomiu injury, is threatened, everything dopcuds on whether England will bo in a position to keep up her mastery of tho sea. A few prognaut figures will explain, says 'The' Vor warts,' what terrible signifl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

Jbt Vfcstarn Jlgt. WEDNE8DAY, NOVEMBER 25, 19U.

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EDINBURGH IN WAR TIME. GERMANY'S "FIXED POST." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

EDINBURGH IN WJR 1IMF. 1 UERMANY'8 1 ' F^XED POST; ' ' | Kdinburgh is vory near tlio seat of war. Loith is about 30 hours' vogago from Antwerp, within tbo souud of tho Gor 111 n u guns, and that fact mi^ht be quito reassuring but for one plain reminder that the Forth is well within tho area of danger. Round tho estuary thero are camped thousands of soldiers. Certaiuly ono of tho largest forces over brought together in Scotland can be fouuU within au easy hour's motor run of Edinburgh. Camps are everywhere. In all sorts of out of tho way places guard tents are to bo fouud, and sentries arc discovered in quito unlooked for spots. Defensive preparations havo becu carried out under the public eye, puzzliug many people, un nerving a few, but uinkiug most say 'All's well.' In tho first few days of the war Edin burgh was oxcited. The people poured into tho streets in thousands. They wutched the Territorials cotno aud go vith thn ?auie nttentiou as was somo ?.veok* ago bestowed on tho King ...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

SUMMARY. Mr. Oonroy has decided not to lodge an appeal in regard to the Werriwa election. The Wrightville Pictures are in liquidation, Mr George Marslie being the liquidator. Work has been resumed on most | of the Broken Hill mines generally i on normal tines. Take not up the sword. They that take up the sword shall perish by the sword. — Jobub, the Carpenter of Naz areth. Two nominations were received for the extraordinary vacanoy in tho Cobar. Council — ex-Alderman Fran eisoo and Mr J. Hutchison. Mr. A. 0. Johnston, Cobar's popu lar dentist, will bo away from town for a few days. He wilt resume practice on 3rd December. Mr. Wed. Horsley, for many years » well-known mining man around the Cobar district, died in one of tbe Sydney hospitals last week. Tbe present European war is en tirely a class war— the emperors and ' capitalists slaughtering the workers I for the benefit of the privileged. Mr. A. M. Crnioksbank, who bas been G.P. Inspector at Nyngan for five years, haB been transf...

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POULTRY, ELECTRIC IN[?]UBATION. Some Conclusions. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

POULTRY, ELEOTEIO INCUBATION. Some Conclusions.' . . Fo some: considerable ti|v4l the Lec turer in Chemistry and Physics at Hawkesbur}' Agricultural. College, has been conducting experiments;; 'PTtb0 application of electricity fto.iucubators, and has de-vised a nowiucihptf of wiring and also an improved for^i of incubator for this class of heatinjf?''SOitfe very good percentages of hatchiug of fertile eggs liave been obtained, and where electricity is easily ootainame; as id somo parts of the suburbs and also on tho Yanco.lrrigation Area, there should be decided advantages in the' use of such a heating ; medium. The conclu sions of tho. offleer mentioned, based on tho results of : the experiments to date are:— (1) -An Oin'cubator of good type has been designed' an$ made; (2) a per fect control ior heating by electricity has been tested; .(3) the machine, is reliable, clean, labor-saving, .andr an effective incubator; (4) tho teste in incubation have opened up a wide field. It would ...

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POWDERY MILDEW. A Farmer's Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

POWDEBY MILDEW. A Farmer's Opinion. Some references to ''White Fungus' or 'Powdery Mildew,' addressed by Mr. J. T. Warren to the Teinora mem bers of the Agricultural Bureau, contain suggestions for dealing with this pe?t that may bo usoful to other growers of wheat. For several yoars Mr. Warren has beon observing this diseaso, the ill i effects of which are very often attri buted to either frost or drought, and no has coino to the conclusion that it is by no means new, for looking backward ho can pick out isolated seasons when crops had the same general appearance aud also the same disappointing results*. Reduces tho Yield. * ' , ? -X'nUXa 'niany gtber. farmers,' lio ja of opinion that Powdery Mildew in fluences the yield in a definite and some times importnut degreo, and 'he;' quotes one seapon- whtyi . southern Riverina crops, though showing abundant growth of stra,w nud promising to 30. bushels, actually produced only 10 or 12 bushols. The disease is rarely' thrown ofF, Mr. Warre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

^ naaMM f THE PRINTING HOUSE L , OF THE 'WEST. ; j;' ? All Classes of General and Com merclal Printing Executedop the 1*remlses. v' -* ' Workmanship—The Best. | Charges— The Lowest. j T£f 'Western Age,' BaHon Street , Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

W? Print the News, THeR£FORE, 'Ag*' Advjts. Pull. PtBLTSHEJ): WEDNESDAY - - - - - & SATFJRDgfS ? ? ? ? ' Telephone 57.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

\ J The Quality SprCldl Ihnugh) was RivfB l» IV? I Qurtily ol lh«» Fine fabfks»»tin» ? j »C «e rt buying. thus ssvunni; v»u Oorpbilily and Go»J V--lwr. I Crepes ~ 1 ' SPECIAL PRICES— I 7^d & IS *txM I. - Dainty | DRESS | FABRICS | WHYiJiMy V»Uftbd*»»l bat Nf w D*rsy you t^r pro -®urvl- **cv ? | W* Skrt. r«fecft- t«* lii* a Nrwfil and M**t a-ibt* MjUrUls, t-mln »»'y %wl«Slc to# Uic present S asot-\ W«-ur. -»» - vbil will be MUewed ant^ yetfftl «u-t be wry -chi The Range I A fit* ft*mgr of rvrry promhi»w* B d«n.ird i f Oam« I ®sh«i»n. N# I lady «}tlrxpfHrni« «n- ni{l-- ttttyla I choosin; ? «uitab-f Drm i» rv^lhc E jrtoral Tolfc* [ ' SPECIAL prices—;- t I - #S 6d. is ? J I JENNINGS BROS. | , ~W*iglitville Pictttfcs In Liquidation. TM-OTIOE ia lieieby given that at Hie Confirmatory Extraordinary deneral Meeting ol Shareholders held at Wrightrille on 23rd November, 1914, a resolution was confirmed Vlaoing the Syndicate in Voluntary liquidation, and Ml!. GEORGE ifARSHE. of Cobnr, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

M. A Padula, ' THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best seleoted stook of jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, v IN THE DISTBIOT. v Prices compared with the value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar. b The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Ato prepared to enter into contracts for ? supplying Chinese for ring-barking and scrub-cutting, as well as Chinese servants 1 and oooks for stations. J LARGE STOCKS OE CROCKERY, . IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Bash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &.C. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. . Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. LINE OF Royal Mail Go aches Leave the Booking Office, next the ? Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 .p.m., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BR6KEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage must...

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IRISH BLIGHT. Outbreak on the Clarence. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

IRISH BLIGHT. Outbreak on. tho Olaronce. Since tho widespread occurrence of Irish Blight on tho Clarence in 1900, tho disease has not boon much in ovidonco in coastal districts, but during tho past few weeks a combination of conditions I t'avoTablo to its development haa led to | an outbreak of considerable importance, I and at tho present time, with a per 1 I'ectly undorstandublo desire to save tho | crop as tar us possible, potatoes aro being hurried ou to tho market under circumstauces that distinctly favor tho progress of tho disease in tho bugs. Iu 1P0U tho Dopartnieut strongly re commended the destruction of all in I i'ected hauluis aud tubers, tho marketing of only clcan aud healthy potatoes, aud ! the choice of new ground for tho next , planting, as it was quito ovideut that ' the disease was always more or less pre valent, and would again become serious as soon us tho climatic conditions again bccauie favorable. Wherever these recommendations havo been carricd out, tho olTe...

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. ^ * : FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. TkiM Notw-'u* lined every week, anfier tie penonol anporrUlom ol the Hon. W. O.1 Aaiford, Mlnleter lor Atilraltuo, end are Baiea aaalnly oh tke experiMee of ike Department. No.' 186. ' agricultural. : ??, . AN ACEE OF MAIZE. Vi What it Costs to Produce. 'S\';'y- . - When, some little time ago, the figures V.;. were collected from tho Managers of , :;v' ? ? experiment farms and Inspectors of ! Agriculture, on whioh was cased the ] Chief Inspector's estimate of tho cost j of producing au acre of wheat (pub- j lished last week) similar figures wore obtained on tho subject of maize and | potato growing, aud this week wo pro* ?' ceed to consider the cost of growiug and harvesting an aero of maize, reserving I tho potato estimate for another occa sion. j There are several respects in which j tho task of estimating tho cost of j growing maize is decidedly more difil- j cult than in the case of wheat. Tho Chief Inspector, in ma...

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Public Opinion. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

Public Opinion, To the Editor Western Age. gir, — We are well aware, from pub lished complaints, that the railway truck trouble is an aoute one, bub I think that in some oases the trouble oould be more or less alleviated. As a particular instance, it has taken over three weeks to obtain transit for twelve tons of forage from Sydney to Cobar, and we are still awaiting bat anoe of the consignment in question. UUr Bgeniu moiu »-»» only are truoks praotioally unobtain able, but ropes and tarpaulinB are also short. In one instauoe to hasten toward a oousignment permission was granted by the department to use private ropes and wire. In another instance, after waiting some consid erable time for a truck to be supplied, it had, owing to shortage of tarpau lins, to await railway oonvenienoe unsheltered. In the meantime heavy rain fell, wetting the truok through and damaging the oontents, whioh had to be unloaded. Now it seems inoredible suoh a oondition of affairs should exist. Surely if, as...

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ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

ASK .YOTJB jfEIGJrnn-n F'J8 a,™oat certain that one of your neighbours has been to, or heard of tbe ,«ar-lcn 'n Sydney, which sur w \ 1?,rRest hotel in tho southern People's Palace,' 152 ed hv Z ' yan?y' ?na which 58 conduct-. Armv ' 5,S°*7mn? body of the Salvation of tho' ham* D! ' ,an-' y°u don 't know ?ars win T° ?°£,ort8 affords, particu iMuin- £ BMy- sent you, on receipt of dav tV :T\n® i?u3?- to 4s. 3d. per ? * ' , hjr0 that tho unwary visitor llRnni- 7 ^ ,n aU respects, and Whe* eleanhness and quietude are Sways main

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

Tattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasm ruiia ) NOW OPEN. nMPMRS-n Dn'.»lltn 23Hi November, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, run at Rosehill, l2Sh Dawmber, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. . OARRINOTON STAKES, run at Raudwiok, 30tli December, 100,000 tiokets at o/2. Important Notice. On all Sweeps on Races ran after January, 1906, the Xaamanian Go vernment! Stamp Tax will be 2d on oaoh 53 Tiokofe, and 4d on each 10s im mi, njusb therefore add these amouutB to their remittances. IIOsp/The Tasmanian Government has authorised the Trustees of the estate of the late George Adams to carry on the lioeuse and oonduob the sweep business under the same management as for several years past. WBM JxffiDICp fflhh Marshall-Street. ?4. MT9HEUU iProprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A largo assortment of Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and Stationery always on hand. J. MITCHELL, Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st., Cobar. The Commercial Hotel EDWARD STRE...

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Louth Social. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

Louth Social. Total reoeipts of all monfea received and expended from the taking at tbe sooiAl, eto., held at Loath on 30tb and 31st Ootober, 1914, in aid of the Belgian Widows Relief Fund. Receipts. £ ad Sale of tickets ... ... 12 0 0 Sale of one pair fowls, pre I setited by Mrs. Okely... 5 0 0 Sale of one fat sheep, pre sented by Mrs. Maokay 1 16 0 Sale of pin cushion, pre sented by Mr Simpson 16 0 Donation by Mr Miller, Winhar Btation ... 1 0 0 Donation by Mr W. Kerr, Duulop station ... 10 0 Cash taken at door ... 2 12 6 Boquets sold by the Misses Gilett ? 4 0 Donation by a friend ... 2 6 £23 17 6 Expenditure. _. a s a itrr csimpson, ecoiouoi'odVjfc 4 4 Seo., stamps and stationery 2 0 £0 6 4 leaving a credit balanoe of £23 Us 2d. Audited and found oorreot. — P. Bourke and Fred Okely, auditors. | D'Arcy P. Nolan, Secretary.

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Warden's Court. THURSDAY—Before Mr. Warden Laidlaw, P.M. APPLYING FOR SUSPENSION ON COBAR GOLD & CHESNEY [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

Warden's Court. Tni*RSt-AY — Before Mr Warden Laidlaw, P.M. APPLYING FOR SUSPENSION ON COBAR GOLD & CHESNEY MINES. Chaplin, Milne, Grenfell and Co., Ltd. (for Great Cobar Ltd.), applied for suspension of labor conditions on a number of gold leases, comprising the Cobar Gold mine aud Chesney Copper mine, for six months, on the ground that substantial expenditure bad been inourred, and the owners were temporarily unable to continue operations ; also that the leases could not be profitably worked under exist in oiroumstancos. 1 G. H. Buckland, representing the A.M.A., objected to such suspension on the ground that the leases had already had suspension and had been under exemption for a long period ; that tho grounds of the application were not legitimate, as tbe leases wore gold leases ; that the application was not bona fide, and the granting of samo would be against public policy and interost. Mr. Duffy appeared on behalf of the applicant company, and Mr. Bol ton for the obje...

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The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

The War. Sydney, Monday. 11 a.m. Tbe Italian Ambassadors in Lon don, Paris and Petrograd aro proceed ing to Rome to 'confer with the Go vernment oonoerning war. The an nouncement is interpreted to mean Italy's abandonment of neutrality at an early date, and everything points to aotion against Austria. Italy iB able to plaoe 1,700,000 men in the field by the spring. The Sacramento, flying the Ameri can flag, was seized on the high seas by a German oruiaer and taken to islands belonging to Chilli. She was there obliged to transfer provisions and 6000 toDB of coal to the cruiser. Tbe OhlUian authorities have ordered an investigation. The result of the big battlo in Eastern Prussia iB awaited with ex treme tension. Petrograd advices state that the Russians have been enabled to resume the aggressive. A German battery was captured north west of Lodz. ^.The RuasianB have advanced inte^Mazwarian Lakes, in the region of Johannisburg Tho Germans control all the roads from Geopievosk to Warsaw...

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RESTFUL MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

BESTFUIi MAliliY. Who of US have not cujoved the peaco and calm of Manly 1 And yet but row havo feasted on its glorious picturesquencss, as viowed from the roof garden of 'Tho Peoples' Palace '? Bo gravo .Street (Manly). This pala tial residential hotel fills S long felt want .for country visitors, In, .that ;it provides all_ modern appointments and excellent cuismo at the moderate tariff lBT a*7' 01 27/8 per woeW To thoso who onjoy tasty home cooking tho 7 !': ' ' It is two minutos walk to beach, and loss by tram to wharf. ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 25 November 1914

Burdens Are Many, Some peoplo have more than tlioir Ehare. Burdens of life are many. Some people have more than their share. Pretty hard to bear the huiden of a bad back. Its aches and pains make you miserable. Learn the cause, and remove the burden. Most backache pains come from sick kidnevs. Must cute the kidneys to cure the baok. Doan's Backaohe Kidney Pills will do it Lots of proof that this is so. Read what this woman says: ? Mrs. J. Howard, Fort Bourlte, Ccbar, says: — ' Seven years ago I was very ill with baokacho and kidney trouble. The pains in my baok were, at times, almost un bearable. I got no rest from my sufferings day or night, and I was so bad that I could not get out of bed properly, being unable to bond 1 my back Buffioiently to rise up, and I in consequence I had to practioally roll out. My husband, at the time, was using Doan's Baokaohe Kidney Pills, and as they were doing him suoh a lot of good, he persuaded me to take some. I felt better after a few doses, and ...

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