ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Western Age Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 52,784 items from Western Age, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
52,784 results
FIGHTING TO MUSIC. COSSACKS SUSCEPTIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

FIGHTING TO MUSIC. COSSACKS SUSCEPTIBLE. i he Czar's soldiers refuse to light without .iiusie. Deprived of this inspiring force, they would be dull, cowardly, brutal, und ineffi cient, says Ivan Narodny In Musical Ame rica. From music they 'absorb a magic power of endurance and forget the sufferings and mortality.' Napoleon added the effect of Russian music to the rigors of a Russlun win ter as tho cnuso of his defeat. Mr. Narodny quotes from the notebook of tho Man of Des tiny Hits entry: 'The weird and barbaric tunes 01 inose ocusuy uuasuun iubiuii-iii,» simply infuriated the half-starved Muscovites to the muddest rage, and they wiped out the very cream of the army.' The writer makes out the mu8icu! contingent of the Russian Arjtiy as double the slzo of America's armed force:— 'The army bunds of Germany. Italy, and France are insignificant institutions as com pared with the Russian bands, for In the for mer cases they are but showy luxuries of tho parade, while in the latter music...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NIGHT GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

A NIGHT GUIDE. When a battalion is engaged upon man oeuvres at night a light must not bo shown, for fear of revealing Its whereabouts to the enemy's scouts, and for It to find Its way in | the dark would be a difficult proposition were it not for a little idea. I ' A non-commissioned officer is sent out about forty or fifty yards in advance of the battalion, and marches by tho aid of a com pass in tho right direction. Across his pack is spread a large white handkerchief or a sheet of white paper. I This, of coucftp, shows up quite plainly, and the battalion can see it even on the darkest night. Tho enemy's scouts, however, are unable to distinguish it, and are so unaware of the approach until it is too late. fthe Russians aro having all tho luck — if it be true that the KaiBer has taken over the command in East Prussia.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Wonderful Achievemeru 8T0MACH AND THREAD WORMS EXPELLED BY COMSTOCK'S 'DEAD SHOT' WORM PELLETS AFTER MEDICAL TREATMENT FAILED. Still another Instance of thrj clll cacy of Comstock's 'Dead Eliot' Worm Pollots, Is the ease of Noll Brett, whoso mother, Mrs. .1. W. with' ^'worms. Fnn a ri. lo. After taltlng about half a tube of Worm Pellets X was astonished at the number of 'Worms she passed, about eight In aH comprising stomach -worms, measur ing from 4i to 101 inchos In length. Sho also passed a number of thread worms. I had my child under Beveral doctors, and after much treatment proved of no avail. As a last resort your great remedy, as stated above, accomplished tho work most bucccsh fully. You may use this testimony for j/Ublicatlon. ' ; Comstock's 'Dead : Shot' \-orm Pellets aro a purely vegetable medi cinal preparation for the eradication of Worms In children and adults. For salo by all chemists and store keepers, price 2s. 9d. per packet, or will bo sent post paid at the samo p...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Warden's Court. THURSDAY—Before Mr Warden Laidlaw, P.M. COBAR GOLD AND CHESNEY MINES.SUSPENSION GRANTED FOR THREE MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Warden's Court. Thursday — Before Mr Warden Laidlaw, P.M. ) ? COBAR GOLD AND CHESNEY MINES. SUSPENSION GRANTED FOR THREE MONTHS. The adjournod hearing ot'an appli cation on behalf of Great Cobar Ltd. for six months' suspension of labor oonditions on their. Chesney and Co bar Gold mfi&leases was resumed. _ Mr. . Pliffy appeared tip the appli Qant oompanyi.and Mi1. - Bolton'*' for th«t^lirMtnrB ttbe uwrignc- I&Jtp^JHogan' Taylor, superinten dent agent for the receiver, ten dered three letters from tbo receiver in reference to the. finauoial position of the company. To Mr. Bolton : Tbe reason why it was not possible to proceed with work on the leases was that tbe ore could not be profitably treated alone. 16 was necessary m m -.uujuuu- tion with ore from Great Cobar. It would bave to be treated with basic ore. Thero was no provision on tbo looses for smelting. Ho could not say what proportion of working ex penses wero paid by tbe gold in tlio ore. Roughly speaking, it t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

ASK YOTIE NEIGHBOR. It i* almost n-rtaiii tliat one of vonr noiclibours hxs been to, or liearil of tin? Inrjjest rnof Karclen in Sydney, which sur mounts tlio largest hotel in tlie southern hemisphere — 'Tho People's Palace,' -100 T'itt-street. Sydney, and which is con.liift eil by the covernins body of tlie Salvation Army; but, if not, and you don't know of tlio home comforts it affords, particu lars will be gladly sent you, on rm'ii.t of inquiry. Tariff is 3s. !-d. to 4s- 3d. .ht day. It is here that tho unwary visitor is entirely safe in all respects, and wlicru cleanliness aid quietude aro always main tainod. ,

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Friday. 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

The War. Sl'DNBY, Friday. 3 p.m. During the bombardment of Zeo brugge no British shell missed its mark. After two hours shelling the whole place was aflame, and gas holders and petrol tanks exploded The first shot exploded on tho dock amongst the eucmya submarines. Peven Germans weie killod and nnorea wounded. At Yarmouth a fiBhing boat struok a mine and sank. Nine weredrowned. It is officially Btated in Chilli that tlie naval authorities havo received proof that German warships violated Cbillian neutrality. Tho Cliillian Government have despatched three destroyers to Juan Feanandez. T.. H, n TTnnan nf flrmmoilH. Mr. Churchill stated tho Admirals were convinced that tbe internal magazine | of tho Bulwark exploded and rent tbe ship asunder. There was no up heaval of water, and the 'battleship had entirely disappeared when the smoke of the explosion oleared. Tbe loss of tbe warship has not sensibly affeoted the military position, but tbe loss of lifo is very severe. The Bul wark, whic...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Thursday.11 a m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. Hum. Germans on the Belgian ooast, in tbe Nieuport dihtriet, were ? atta'oked by a naval i-qimdrun in conjunction with land forcoH. Two German bat teries wero xileiieuil, but tbe warships withdraw aftei a destroyer bad bean badly damaged. During tbo bombardment of Zee brugge by a navat squadron, sections of six submarines in tbo shipyard, military trains and an immenBO quan tity of stores, were completely de stroyed. Gorman submarines attack ed tbe squadron, whioh safely with drew. The bombardment of tbo Gorman positions iucluded Blankenberghe, where tbe GermnDR tried to use 12in guns. German armed motor boats at OofAnd nn w» dtntrnvAii. and German guns along tbe promenade demolished A zeppelin dropping bombs at Flook was brought down aud cap tured by Russians. It is officially stated that the battle near Lodz continues. Bassian cavalry at one point attaoked retreating Ger mans, inflictive Great losses and cap turing heavy guns. Russians on the CzenBtoohot...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR LITERATURE. BOOKS ON THE CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

WAR LITERATURE. . BOOKS ON THE CRISIS. wort 'wndlrfni' 'that' T'VarVnTt£ll°!i!i they are being swamped by ml . (!! books 'hut^v'ill0 UB«lat°reaaSralrYt-f following i» i * ? ' nt-w bo liut! in translation . ?- p'uffjito' Hinl''?' 1,US r,(-'Vunt|y Issued u bulletin on the sou°rcoV ' Jhn' aa Perhaps [»5r.ii is w11'1 Ironic ring is fouml In tho » ? pi,, )V'r Now Impossible? by M. thriHH Ph ft I kUr' T° COme l° SOm° 0f rn ,v i 1 boar, ,U|,on thu concrete sltua V.] ^hlth tho world is facing* ? c?l'nfry directly concerned tho J ™ of hooks havo been anticipating the --\cihh or tho past two weeks. The most re eent and startling among these Is General iionihardl s Germany and the Next War. al ready mentioned. Indeed. Germany has been tlie centre of discussion for her own writers, her friends, und her enemies, and tho in terest at present seoms to focus on the analy sis of her preparedness and her strength; according to the head of the circulating de partment of the public library, the demand ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Churob of England 'Continental.' Prize of .half a guinea donated to maker of best artiole value at Is to bo donated to the stall ; entries olosa C p.m. Monday.* ? When our Sale flag is flying, the prioes are low. — M'Grath and Pow derly, Meroery Specialists.* You cau make the best puroh&8Q8 in children's footwear and hosiery at A. B. Oampbell's* \

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ald. Bolton's Seat. IS HE QUALIFIED TO SIT AS AN ALDERMAN? WILL RESIGN. ANYWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Aid. Bolton's Seat. IS HE QUALIFIED TO SIT AS AN ALDERMAN? WILL RESIGN, ANYWAY. On Wednesday evening, liefore pro ceeding with the usual Council buni iiosk, Aid. Woollott oalled attention to tlie question of Aid. Bolton'* legality to hold his seat in tbo Coun cil. Perhaps Aid Bolton himnel! had looked tho matter up. Itseemoil to him that Aid. Bolton having IoBt bis qualification as an eleotor, be also lost his qualification to sit as nn alderman. This was protty oloar ac cording to section 66 of tbe Looal Government Act.while in'a case some what similar under tho old Aot— ex parte Rook — the Courts deoidod that an nlderman having become disquali 1 fiod, ceased to be qualifiod. Person ally, he was not wealthy, and was not prepared to pay surcharges that a Local Government auditor might make owing to Aid. Bolton sitting I illegally. The Mayor said it was a serious matter for tho Counoil. It was tbe first he board of it. Aid. Woollott said lie drew atten tion to tbe matter, snd intende...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Aooording to the Commonwealth Statistician, unemployment has more than doubled sinoe tlie outbreak of tbe war, Victoria show's the greatest inorease, but the New- South Wale3 inoreaso is below 'the' average. Puobls who nrn mnomllv recardnrl ns a mint of information seldom coin much monoy out of their knowledge. When a girl is going to get married her mistress usually gives' her all tho good advice whioh was given to her when she was married and whioh she never used.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Valnes at A. B. Campbell's storo mafco buying elsewhere expensive* The ® Red Bird' and ' Massey Harris ' Bioyoles have loug been known as tho heal and highest-priced machines on it*, market. We are selling these mi w at £15, with boat equipment A» titling* for ^aae machines Htochttd. — [I . DOGGER Linsley-8!rRt-r.,'- 1 I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sale of Work. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Sale of Work. On Wednesday evening, in spite of tho unfavorable weather, there was a fair attendance at the Sale of Work and Novelty Evening, hold in the Methodist Sohool Hall. The various stalls were prettily deoorated, and the Christmas Tree was a centre of at traction. The stallholders were as follows : — General stall. — Mesdamos Kemp and Deane. Refreshment stall — Mesdamos May, Nioholl and Adair. Ice cream stall. — Mesdames James Pnlnnn Flower and sweets stall. — Mrs. A. B. Campbell and the Misses Camp bell (2) Fishpond and Christmas tree. — Miss Kemp. Tbo musical programme was as follows Instrumental duet. Miss Edna Green and Mr. Erio Gudgeon ; I song, 'Tho Emblem,' Mr. H. E. Frost ; pianoforte solo, Miss James ; song, ' Band of Hope and Glory,' Miss Evans ; selection, ' Venetian Night,' oroheBtra ; song, 'The Young Brigade,' Mr. R. N. Dart ; duet, ' EmpresB of tbe Wavos,' Misses Dot and Ollie Green ; song, ' Up from Somerset,' Rev. B. Deane; pianoforte duet, Misses Tull and G...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

; in I £ ^kbn:tt }gKj^v^^»gffmsce^ | pYOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR I mill, PRODUCEandSTOCK. ! TRV | I HARRISON, JONES* DEVLIN H° I S(0^Y' WE ARE 5ELUNG BROKERS ONLY. I Lf£i ? — ? . — ? ? — — ? I iMan Alive! We're Getting Near? to * Christmas now. wtfk&Jgk Yes, Sir! Only a tew weeks to SggKI Christmas now; better let is have your Christmas ^ Suit J 5SI-, 63'- or 701- 1 1 /4s to Style — the latest fashions tavour Coat moulded I I to figure with soft rolling lapels, outside breast pocket I Jj cut on the slant; with five-button Vest, and Trousers 1 *§ semi-American in cut. 1 With Fabrics hundreds of new rolls have come in, and J you take your pick trom the finest Summer Suitings 1 m Galashiels, Donegal, West ot England and Mar- ! 4 rickville Tweeds and Serges, and Murdoch Famous I I 'Everrite' Untadable Blue Serge . f Let us post YOU a book of Pa: terns TO-DAY. \ | Ask Desk A6 !our new catalogue rs JUST out post FREE ANYWUr.RE. MURDOCITS 'PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER.' V | ^0, ^ ^...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Latest Telegrams. ?SYONHY. ^ui.unluy. Tim I'lumUo .iMf I . t.l.il ti»- i1.it.- ».nf. t Hi,, oi T.t,.. f.iitttljmif.or jjir tlie Tot-i!:^jti,-n' Dill ilotjH xi'.f. Hi'po^r on IIih l.»t. of (^overiiitKMit' uiivi^nnm for Hm S3mmi'oi) tlnil Mohiian J.»r. aliido-.Vrt i in tl') Ku'lornl I'lirliiLtiioiil »,r- Tluirsilay ovcninH l ho Minuter for Defunct (Snn:i tor Vnitrci-) nnwlo ilviuI nhloitropirtiiu vlio stntoof Ritl« Aspo oistlon-i, Dintrict Hills Cliih Unions, and Ri'le. Olutia f.ir tlio yenr oitding June SOtli Dtiring t.lie yuar tho number of Ofulu increuKed whi'o thA morubership has decroitied. The Counsll of tlio Employern Federation considenf tlmt tho aim of tbo Coinuicuwoaltli Arbitration Bill i^ Lo unvke tiio anpronch t.hn FtxI or.il Arhitial.i'-it Courts mr.ro tuxeRni blo to Tr3.-i«M U Dions. Ci'.mlifiotM i.rg nlill aatisfuct^iry thu Ijithjov; Irnnworlia und it in annonticoil that tho war has not aE foded tiie inrlnatry toiiuy appror.iiihlo extout. lo tho Summons Court nt Brisba...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

D. H. DUNLOP, AHOTIONEER. STOCK A&D STATION AOHNT COBAR. AGENT FOB — The Alliance Assuranoe Oo. Norwich and London (Siokiiwi and Accident Insurance). CORRESPONDENCE INVITED DRINK ; P. DAWSON'S Whiskey. I The Criiam of Glonlivot. Huh the lftvgoab sala in N.SAV . Tiie Henowned Scliiedam NIGHT CAP GIN, The iineab distilled in HoIIh.miI. . . Cascade Ale, f IIOBART. It The ' English' of Australia.' British Travellers and Exports proclaim Cascade Ale to bu tho t. ' English of Australia.' |_ Half hdds. aud bottled, received | twice a week by Sole Agents, » ?' C. D'Arcy & Co., L 474 GEOBGE-ST., SYDNEY. I' ' JpflLING^^®! ! GRAMOPHONESi can ba depended on to (!«? I laitlnf satlsfaoUon keeaoae 1 tbey are (elected far their | superior m u s I o ? I qetlltlei. I solid construction, and treat I Prices range from £6. Easy | . terms If desired. I Our Illustrated Catalogues, , Prloe Lists and Record Lists X . are post free— please write — p , for them. -v V GEORGE ST., j 3 SYDNEY. !_...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISTAKEN FOR SPY. MAM WITH HIGH VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

MISTAKEN FOR SPY. MAN WITH HIGH VOICE. j Two men of New York, one very widely known in financial and the other In sociof circles, flguro as principals In stories tola of Paris and Berlin by Wall-street mem bers of Fifth-avenue clubs who havo re turned from Europe in tho last week (says an American paper). A coterie of men of thlft «ot drop into Delmonico's around six o'clock every evening, and thero was hilar ious enjoyment of one and little sympathy for the victim of the other when the tales were told yesterday. The long-time social pet had been in Ber lin several wcoks when the Kaiser took a « ? i Aiiutrn-sorvinn rutTinuB. On his way with an acquaintance to dinner In a great Berlin restaurant, the day on which Germany declared war on Russia, this man was warned, 'Don't talk loudly,' but he for got the admonition. Ho has a high, reedy voice, though he is not young. Growing excited in the crowded plnco at dinner, he raised his shrill tones. Everyone near glanced at him, and Instantl...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KING'S NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

THE KING'S NEWSPAPERS. ta?y^^ t'ie^cmnn?lu!re^orBanised0byrth s|cre' Cannon-street, °E.r0mt^er5n,iatt c°,''t' magazines, and funda fnr !hn n'eiWSi-upcra' ses' «?»?''?«£ sx.'s&j&k Dear Captain Sonthu-,»n_T»i..„- _ - telephone I wiite tn you on' tho Queen will ^ LI . y, hat tho Klnff and their newsnif^P 0ull8l,y ^caacd to send Chamber of n™ Pach day to the London the fleet.— E. w Sngton distribution to n«^rsCr,ry,,^|^^a^ news ag^nsT'thi Vem.s'^ Mm' ^ rePrlsal« man could „ot accuse her of carrying arms! whom° ^ XdTnd ™ °CrmanB

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FLIGHT FROM PARIS. 800,000 PERSONS LEAVE. HAPPY BRITISH SOLDIERS. SYDNEY MAN'S EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

THE FLIGHT FROM PARIS. 800,000 PERSONS LEAVE. HAPPY BRITISH SOLDIERS. SYDNEY MAN'S EXPERIENCES. An interesting story of his oxpcrloncca in Kraiu-em-rlng the curly .mrtof th^ar s director of the Ammonia Coinpanj of Australia, who has J-* '''J™* Qvxin.iv Mr I*onev was twice in luris, m« first time 'when orders for ',obl'1^ti°' tho French troops were lV~ f-7.r-inn.n3 when Tarls was threatened by lhj 2rln™ | 'Poonlo In London,' he said, told mo l was mail to go ?''«,k to Paris after once Ket ilnir mil --f it. but I wanted to see what was going on.' and went. _ The mobilisation order was Bi cn 'n ,f afternoon when Mr. Irenes' was pin} Int, Bolt ut Lo Tounuct. Ho anil some friends were watching a number of children who 'J- playing on a . hill alongside tho links, \\ Ian suddenly the snond of a gun shot was ? The children scampered down tho bills! at, shouting 'Guerre, Guerre,' (War.) it «u ? peared that tho Mayor of Staples hail re ceived the mobilisation order, and u^cr '® had publicly r...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 28 November 1914

Tattersairs Consultations. ? , (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) NOW OPEN. run ftt IiallJ'B0. 2')tli November, 100,000 tiokoti at ,V2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, run nt Jtosotiilf, 125li December, 100,000 tiobets at 5/2. OARBINGTON STAKES, run nt Randwiok, 3Utli Docembor, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. Important Notice. On all Swoops on Races run aftor January, 1906, tlie Tasmanian Go vernment Stamp Tax will bo 2d on oaoh 53 Ticket, and 4d on oaoli 103 Ticket. Clients must therefore add these amounts to their remittances. ,10 ''.Tha Tasmanian Government bas authorised the Trustees of the estate ol tha lato George Adams to carry on tho -license and conduct tha sweep business under tha samo management as for soveral yoars past. 'JPJJE Gmm MEDICp wkk. Marshall-Street. Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A large assortment of Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and Stationery always on hand. J. MITCHELL, Chemist and Druggist, Marsliall-st., Cobar. The Commercial Hotel EDWAR...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x