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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

FOR SALE. I NEW 8ULKIES. I MEW SULKIES built by the 0, I i.1 Asbdown Carriage Oo. of Byd- ? ney, who are the record Prize takers ? for Vehicles at the Royal Show. I Sydney, 1913. Sulkiea may ba in- I speoted and prices obtained on ap- I plioatlon to— . , I PBED EU88BLL, ? iwt . I Tbe Bed Shop, I Linsley Street, Oobar. ?

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECOVERING TIN FROM WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

EEOOVEEING TIN FEOM WASTE. Tln» recovery of tin from tiu-plalo waste has become quite »u industry. There aro three general methods of separating the tin— mechanical, chemi cal, nnd electrolytic. Tho most import ant of theso methods is the Inst. Tho electrolyte employed is usually hot caustic soda: loosened chins of tin-plate packed iu wiro baskets act as anodes, whilo tho iron bath walls or iron plates suspended therein net as cathodes. The average tension is said to be J.5 volts. When, separatnd the tin is spongiforin. Other methods of electrolytic de-tinning arc in use iu Germany, among them an alkaline method which is saiil to offer groat advantages orer the acnl methods formerly used, aud a i-Moridc method applied by Luinbottlo of Brussels; this is the most extousivi.-ly used. The principal requirements for the success ful application qf it are absolute exclu sion of moisture during tbo process of dc-tinuiug the avoidance of an unduly high temperature, nml-proper washing of the ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

SUMMARY. Holders of billiard licenses are re ! minded same must be renewed this month. Every line reduced throughout oar Store in every department till end of year 1911— F. W. Wabd & Co.% Church of England Continental this (Wednesday) night. Admission, adults Gd, children 3d. For Xmas we aro reducing prices in all departments. Come in and see for yourself. — WARD'S.* Splendid rain fell all over the Oo bar district on Monday, over 70 points being oflicially recorded. Owners of horses should note that Messrs. Besnnrd and Snolson have a buyer for saddle horses The Federal Executive on Satur day issued a proclamation prohibiting tbe Importation of Chinese newspa pers into Australia. Tbe catch of the season — M'Grath and Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, we mean Sale.* A petition in Equity for tbe wind ing up of tbe Great Peak Silver Min ing Co., N.L., has been set down for bearing on 8th instant. Tyres vuloanised, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or any class of motor or oycle wor...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL MILK-CAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

NOVEL MILK-CAN. A pheumatis milk can ii the latest novel deviso to ensure that milk icachou the consumer in the condition that it loaves the dairy. Tho can is filled, com pressed air, previously sterilised is puinpod into it, and tho cover is locked. On opening tho valvo the milk is forced out ns desired by the pressure of the con fined nir. Dust nnd intocts cannot enter, and it is impossible to chnuge or adulter ate tho contents of the cun without bronk ing tho lock.

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The Queen Bee Mine. THURSDAY—Before Mr Warden Laidlaw, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

The Queen Bee Mine. Thursday— Before Mr Warden LnWtaw, P.M. In connection with suspension re cently granted on tbe Qiioen Boo leases, the Minister ruferrod haok to the Warden for inquiry :- (1) As to whether 115 tone of ore said to he at Mount Kombl» was raisod by provious lessees ; whether the labor oonditions vrere continuously ignored by the present losseos. Mr. Duffv appeared (or K Ellis, the holrfor of tho loasos, and Messrs Wilson and McCtillooh, the IIIowoiir Progress Committee. Bohert Ellis deposed — He gave evidence at tbo Warden's Court on 20nd Ootoherhst in oonneotion with an niiplication for suspension of labor cmnlitions on Mm Queen Bee mino. Ot tho 115 tons about 50 tons ciimo from tlio old furnace hottomp, and llio lwlauco wns broken and gathered up fiom tho tip frcm ore previously broken by tho old Queen Iieo Com ynn v, licforo tho lenses wero cancelled. He raised no oro himself. Tlio fur nncca and dumps wore situated on the lenses. Tho ore wns sent awny in lots of n...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT WAR COSTS IN MEN AND GOLD. WAR AT £82,000,000 A WEEK! [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

'WHAT WAR G0ST8 IN MEN AND GOLD. WAR AT £38,000,000 A WEEK! Siuco the far-away day whon man lirst slew his fellow-man it is estimated that a least a thousand million soldiers have fallen on tho bnttlofields of tho world, a number roughly equal to two thirds of tho cntiro populntiou of the enrth to-day; and it does not rcquiro a very oxhaustivo examination of tho ro conls of human slaughter to discover that this estimate is by no means exag gerated. During tho last contury nlone, accord ing to Professor Richot (tho ominent French Burgeon and statistician) war reaped a harvest of fourteen million lives, to which Napoleon's campaign contributed eight millions, a numbor equal to the present-day population of Norway and Sweden. In the last great struggle between France and Germany the former lost 138,000 of her sous, of whom 80,000 died of wounds received in battle; while Germany's death-roll numbered 80,000. The Crimean War is said to have cost, in all, 300,000 lives — our own loss wns ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Inspector's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

Stock Inspector's Report. Mr. C. 3. Woollett, stock inspector for the Oobar district, reports for the month of October :— Drought still prevalent over tbe grealer portion of tbe district. At Barnat.i mid Nely ambo several storms liai fallen, giving them good feed. Stan ioy stock are still being removed through !he dis trict to relief country. Dining the month a report was received from a station manager that somo of his cattle were dying and ha Hiispoctad pleuro. 16 out of 68 -md -}ied, nnd although I was unable to hohi u post mortem on account of a:lv«»oi-;l de composition, I am thoroughly con vinoed tho trouble was not pleuro. The symptoms were given to me as follows : — Slathering, weakne&a of the bind quarters, and they would' die- in about three days. The catlfe were in good condition. Only o»n siok boast was known to recover. ( saw this heifer, and she was in tl-» very best of health then. No death* imvo since occurred after removal from tlio paddook. There was a good ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY. HIGH PRICES FOE FEED. The Utility of Maize. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

POULTRY. HIGH PRICES FOE FEED. The Utility of Maize. Numerous applications to the Depart ment for advice in connection with the present high price of 4j!rtain staple lines of poultry food have had to be answered during' tho pBA few weeks, and ono adclretJHert to a sfltuirban poul trx-k«epur,: who wroto .ttjpt . 6/0 per bushel fox. wheat was tho quotation iu his locality, may be takou as a sug gestive treatment of u subjfict that is HOiV'eSercising1 lqany of tho* 'engaged 1)1 tho business. : Th'o price mentioned, 6/6, was ro garded ; as altogether too high, and unsiiiiablo for' comparison with other possible alternatives. Consequently an ' enquiry was made of a city produce linn on' tho 14th inst., the following quotations for bag lots being obtained: Wheat 5/8, maizo 4/4, oats 4/-. These being practically retail prices may bo accepted as a basis; with tho reminder that they would bo increased by about lid. per bushel for railago 20 miles from Syduey, or rather less whore tho lot was...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

THE PRINTING HOUSE OE THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship— Th e Best. Charges — The Lowest. the a western Age/' Barton Street, Cobar.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

Par U« «dd / \ Vrm Better. X He stepped into v our Store ♦??^ \ with a determination to dc \ better dressed. He had read our \ ads. ? they read true. He was 1 tempted to come. He came, j And stepped out / a better dressed / man ? ! * See the satisfied look on his face. Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance he had imparted to his clothes— look at A* xf v ,xtbefinesty|e / \ I / hl3 Cl0thc3 y/ / ii t / are cut in~ / I tiL. J lar attention I 1 E*' of the athletic, per- 1 \ fyx fectly constructed \ \ f j? snouiaers of the \ - V^ \/ Coat. \ Yet this is but a metaphor of what ' hundreds of men are doing weekly. They realise tli.it the initial outlay costs rusl a» much (or the badly-fitting Suit as lor the pcrfeotfy-fittinK Suit. He directed his steps to Economy, too. because, whilst he paid the same as before, his new Suit wore twice as long. That is, he saved half! Step ir. hcic to-day. Sir! i I Jennings Bros. 'The Stonr mhrrv Quality Count*. ?' I I ? ^ ? \ X Latest c— -A Styles, .^I^Og...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

IW. A. Padula. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band the beat saleoted ' '?' . ' atook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, - IN THE DISTBIOT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, are the lowesr in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Aro prepared to enter into contraota lor supplying Chinoso for ring-barking and Bcrub-cuttirig, 83 well as Chinese servants and cooks for Btations. LARGE STOCKS OP CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, oarried. Cash 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 CUFFS^BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Lugg...

Publication Title: Western Age
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DAIRYING. DAIRYMAN AS BUSINESS MAN. Better Cows Bettor Managed. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

DAIRYING. DAIRYMAN AS BUSINBSS MAN. Better Cows Better Managed. A circular, published by the Iowa experiment station (U.S.A.), touches so closely a subject mentioned recently by tho Dairy Expert of Now South Wales, that a reference to.it here is more | than justified. It will bo remembered that the expert indicated tho lines upon which it dairy herd of good class and substantial profits could be evolved, and here we have a case in point, though, of course, an American one. How One Herd Improved. A certain herd that was subjected to tlia test in the Benson Cow Testing As sociation yieldod in tho yoar 1911 an average ot 5,603 lb. milk, and '07.7 lb. butterfat per cow; in the year 1012, the respective averages were 7,000 lb., and 251.9 lb.; in tho year 1913, they were 0,697 lb., and 341.9 lb. The not in come per cow over cost of feed rose from £4 12s. 2d. in 1911 to £11 4s. lOd. in 1912, and to £15 12s. 6d. in 1913. 'How could that bef ' will bo asked. 'The average earnings of the cowe...

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SUMMER FODDER CROPS. A Farmer's Experience. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

STJMMEB rODDEE OEOPS. *.' -A Farmer's Experienced ?- Speaking at ono of the branuhoB of tho Agricultural Bureau in his district, tho Inspector of Agriculture in tho Ycj-.i,i\- ..;; ?? ?- /. ?-C'',-^ f.-'.-i,^i'v',' '''iV;s'-;'i ??''?'?? :' ? ' West quoted a case that is some indi I cation of tho value of sorghum rfa a ' summer fodder crop,, and that is Bpec ' ially interesting, in view of tbo suggos ' tion of tho Manager of Coonamblo ex periment farm, to which wo gave cur roncy quite recently. Tho olllcor wo nro now quoting recited that at Qilgandra last year sorghum, cowpeas and maize were planted in November nn fallowed land, -ami came up with some rain. Little or no rain fell during December and January, and growth was consequently poor. At tho end of January the crop was abandoned, and stock turned in. and the land was eaten down bare. But good rains fell in February, and again in March, and the sorghum and cowpeas made a wonderful recovery, the former stand ing about 7 feet hig...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

Religious Services. I CATHOLIC OHUR0H. I Oobar.— Mare at 7.80 a.m. and 10 a.m. Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.m. Wrightville.— Mosb at 8 a.m.; Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.m. Very Hov. Dean Hughes, V,F. Eov. J, flexton.

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Schooltown Doomed! [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

? 1 Schooltown Doomed! I For the lnst two years the question II of the sanitation and habitation of a ;| large number of dwellings situated in Jj Schooltown has periodically engaged a the attention of tho Cobar Counoil. Ji During that time the Council has put || oil' tho execution of definite measures M recommended by theii- inspectors. 1 On Wednesday night, however, his- §1 toric old Schooltown was practioally g| doomed, when the Council author- ffl isod Inspector Moody to obtain clos- Ii ing orders against a number of dwol- g lings situated in this locality. About ffl eight residences are affected. 9 =— = 9 Values at A. B. CAMPBELL'S store 9 make buying elsewhere expensive''' I * * * 1 Tbe Commonwealth loan of £18- B 000,000 from the Imperial Govern- 1 mont is to be devoted to war expend- I iture. Mr. Fisher states tbat tbe I Associated Australian Banks have I agreed to pool into tbe Federal Trea- ? Bury £10,000,000 to £12,000,000 of gold and take Australian notes in ex ohange, wh...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. TheM Note* are Urafd every wsefc, isder the personal »upervUlo» oi tk* Hon. W^G. Asofora, Mlnlrt.r for Agrio«lt«t, and ni« buod mainly oa tie experience of the Department Xo. IS'. AGRICULTURAL PLANT IMPROVEMENT, iv/ ? Whoat Selection for Farmers. 'Although farm animals have been pnrnfully bred for centuries, it is only in riren't ware that definite stvps havo been taken in the improvement of farm crops. Plant-breeding had long been resorted to by gardeners anil horti culturists fur tho production of novel tics in flowers and better varieties in fruits, but the farmers' needs were largely overlooked.' So writes the Tlant Brooder of the Department of Agriculture in a cur rent article in which he urges fnrmors to practico a little Detection for them selves in order to increaso the yiolds of their various crops. Ilovr much may be done in this direction in the case of maize several recent articles havo indicated, but for tho momen...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

Tattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) NOW OPEN. BS2l££&15D£.rUn at Band'fi°. 25th November, 100.000 tiotceia at 5/2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, ruu at Rosehill, 12th Deoomber. 100.000 . tiokets at 5/2. OABBINGTON STAKES, run at Randwiok, 30th December, 100,000 tioketa at 5/2. Important Notice. On all Swoops on Races run after January, 1906, the Taamanian Go votnmont Stamp las will be 2d on each 5s Tioket, and Ai on oaoh 10s Tioket. Olionta mast therefore add theae amoanta to their remittances. UO&The Tasmanian Government Las authorised the Trustees of the estate of the lata George Adams to carry on the license and condaob the sweep business under the same management as (or several years past. IFJffi C0B^ MEDICAL Wflhk. 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, Marshall-st., Cobar. The Commer...

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Australian Copper. MARKETED IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

Australian Copper. MARKETED IN ENGLAND. When dealing with tho ponilion of Australian copper producers, mid moro oopecially with llio situation H8 it affects tbo Mount Lyoll M nnd B. Company, the chairman, Mr. Bowos Kolly, stated recontly :— ' It is dis appointing that wo find oursolvos un able to doclare a dividend thin hrilf year, but I think ahareliolrfois will all ngroo with mo that wo mo for tunato in buying been nblo to con tinue operations as wo Imvo done. Wo do not liko selling copper nt Ion prices, hut in tinips liko thopo wo must l.o gliul to fell it nt nil. America's production of roprer Ims beon reduced by n half, but tho world'B corfnuin})tion hns also do clined, nnd notwithstanding tho big reduction in tho copper avnilablo from America, doubts have beon ex pressod as to whether oven tlio pro- j Bent low output will bo absorbed by consumers. This, of course, is a matter which must adjust itself in time. All our copper shipped since the war was doolarod hns beon sold in G...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. 7t is officially announced at Petro grad that tho roports of many Rus sian viotorios woro oxnggerated, but beyond doubt tho Gorman plan to break through tho Russian front has failed. Tho Gormans woro oompellod ti fall hack, sufforing immense lossos. Tho onomy continiios in obstinnto resistanco, and it is impossible to considor operations have yet boen concludoil. Tho Russian suocess was ngainst Gonornl Macconsen, in the north-east of Lodz. Tlio Austrians havo abandoned Cizernomitz, which tho Russians oo cupiod aftor a fiorco bombardment. It is rumoured in Horlin Unit tho German armies in Poland aro retioat ing at sovorul points. Thousands of fugitivos, mostly of llio Slav nationalities, nro lluoini! along tho ronrts of East Russia to Poson, in Silisin. They urosulfeiing torriblo privations, mill hundreds of children havo diod through liflsk of' milk, Thousands of wounded aro arriving nt Poson, Breslau and Berlin. Seven hundred thousand Germans aro in...

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