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Boxing. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

Boxing. Much disappointment was felt amongst the sports of Wrightville yesterday when it waa learned that the fight between Bargwanna and Lowe, which was to have taken place out there last night, had to be aban doned. It appears that Bargwanna was unable to obtain tbo neoessary medical certificate, notwithstanding that he considers himself one of the healthiest men living and has not had a week's illness in his life. It ia stated tbtt the other party to tho contract (Lowe) was also refused a medical certificate, which is a coinci dence, to say the least of it. How ever, the Wrightville folk were not to be deprived of their ' night out,' and the following impromptu bouts were brought off, about sixty persons being present : — Les Meurer v. R. Rutherford, D. Olsen v. W. Bni'gwamin, Cob Buok land v. Jacky Deposey, ' Butter ' Doyle v. M'Guiones* Paget, Bis. Tur ner v.^ Norman Doyle, G. Budge v. H. M'Callum, Les Meurer v. Butther Mathew8, Bis. Turner v. F. Beloher. All the above- were fo...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Wages Case. O'RIELY V PERROTT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 2 December 1914

A Wages Case. O'RIELY V PERROTT. At the Cobar Police Court on Thurs- day, before Mr. Laidlaw, P.M., Con. O'Riely, a station band, proceeded against E. M. Perrott, owner of Am- phitheatre and Bulgoo stations, for the recovery of £25 17s 10d wages due at £1 5s per week. Defendant paid £19 12s 10d into court, being the amount he alleged was due to O'Riely at £1 per week. Mr. Bolton appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Duffy for defendant. Plaintiff O'Riely deposed — Prior to 22nd April last he went to Scott and Besnard's office, in consequence of which ho proceeded to Amphitheatre station, and afterwnrds to Bulgoo, where he saw Mr. Perrott, who put him on to work. Nothing was said about the terms of employment. Scott and Besnard's clerk (Ayers) said, "If you are an experienced man and have a dog, you will got 253 per week ; if you are an inexperienced man you will get £1 per week." Witness told Ayers he had a dog, but was unable to take it out owing to going on the coach. About two months a...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' FOOD. COOKERS WANTED FOR TROOPS [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

SOLDIERS' FOOD. COOKERS WANTED FOR TROOfrfc , Now that women have spent the best part of the last two months preparing outfits for the soldiers, it is time, a colonel who left with the Expeditionary Forces suggested, they thought of the inner man, aud realised that hot food und drink is mure essential to men on active service than warm socks. One of Napoleon's sayings was that an army marches on its stomach, and in ac cordance with this belief his first care was always to see that his men were well fed. Women who live in an age of gas stoves and caloric cookers, and have no idea even of the inconvenience of a wood or coal stove, can't be expected to comprehend the diffi culties experienced by camp cooks with not even the luxury of a camp oven to help them. Someone* who realised all these difficulties, Invented a cooker, which is now manufac tured and sold for £180. Housewives will grasp some Idoa ot their usefulness when told that one of these cookers will prepare food for 300 men, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A LITTLE FETE." NIGHT RECONNAISSANCE. 20 MILES ACROSS GERMAN FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

'A LITTLE FETE.' NIGHT RECONNAISSANCE. 20 MIT.ES ACROSS GERMAN FRONTIER. ».» . ? i* visit tin' nay iicioie ycstclilio o Aloiuiv.ix \p. ux I he ottieer in command oi ihi: tioijiK there asked it we iv.uttid like to go wjUi Jum u-j u reconnaissance m jorce—a iui v iciv. he called It, ou which he was going to start dial ii'shl (write# a 'limes eorrcs lo:iur!Jt irom Uoscancon on .September -o at hai'-pasi utter (lining with him and his start, we turned In (or three hours' sleep on tin: sh.tkc-downs he had provided for us, Jiiil by midnight were ready to start. Theio H' lc live ot' us in his motor, including the colonel himself and two start' captains, one of v' .-horn acted as chauffeur. Kcfoiv ,ve reached the village in whbh the | troops— liiluntry cavalry, aud artillery »«e- j tween U'Mi and strong— had preceded us the day before, we were challenged about a do/en times by sentries posted at different itarriers on the mad. At each stop the car slowed down and was pulled up. the officer ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS OPENINGS. CHANCES IN WAR TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

BUSINESS OPENINGS. CHANCES IN WAR TIME. ? | Tli- miims Kussell. President In-.vrpor.it ed 3 H'lf'i v ..f Advertisement Consultants, writer iu the Loudon Dally Mail:— When this war was forced upon tie everj man's first comment whs. 'Well, this will knock trade sideways!' — and It did. But there are many business men who are taking the trouble far too submissively. Lo.-s of trade there muni be; but while no inun with an ounce of decency in him would de sire to make a profit, or even minimise a loss, l»y using the National Extremity as a screen, it is unite certain that the gross loss need nbt be in most Instance* the ultimate or net loss, if tin* situation Is properly tackled. The I wav 10 wrestle with It Is standing up— not I on tin? mat. Opportunities as well as diffi- j vnltles are created by a state of war. mUT.WX NOT THE ONLY 8UFFEUEK. HusinosK men should recollect that If trade | Is 'knocked sideways' here, It is Knocked Hat and killed dead In Germany. Thanks to sea power we and...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

LATEST FASHION. Among i In* many {mveities in bo»li«Ts n n«! sleeve* tliat t h** 1m* given us the simple I'oM-int-r eiir-ii^e, with sleevr.s ending at tin* wrist with a ruffle of lace ha* made a lasting mh-.m'ss, the closely monhled one of taffetas has aUu deeded to continue its vague right through tin* summer, ami well ou iutn tin* autumn. The dainty house frock -in out illustration is u)' floral silk.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War and the Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

War and the Woman, By MAX PEBO*ST-Tr Kanovica lias a fine old gate built bv Stephen of Bosnia, heaven knows how many years ago. The party rode throueli this just after three o'eloek, and was chal lenged immediately by half-a-dozen war riors with the most wonderful white breeches the Western world has seen. Al ready, and when far down the vallev, (he outposts of the little force defending' this wild place had put the travellers through h searching inquisition: but tliev hml tn face another ordeal at the gate, and luckv for f hem that Louis spoke Servian so fluently. The soldiers listened to him as though a brother were speaking. Th--v looked at Maryska with wide black eyes. \\h\ not?— she was good (o look upon, surely, with her high boots and crimson brcochus and little Greek cap. Paber himself had looked at her a great many times on the way up, but he was by no melius pleased that she should bccoiiio the cynosure of so many evil eyes. 'Well?' he said to her, while Louis played the m...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Our Xmas price reduoing has start-. ? ? ed. Buy your Xmas presents and requirements at greatly reduced prices at Ward's.* Just landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum- and Floor Cloth, direot from Glasgow (Scotland), eaoh one a new season pattern. H. Dogger, LinBley Street.* Mr. Alfred StckeB, grazier, of Forbes, left £225,804. The Forbes Hospital gets £1000. There are five ohildren to participate in- the will.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Rainfall. The following rainfall was recorded on Thursday and up till 9 a.m, on Friday, 4th ? December Nevertire 25 points, Girilambone 23, Cannon bar 9, Warren 55, Trangie 20, Narro mine 32, Dandaloo 14, Condobolin 32, Gilgandra 43, Peak Hill 86, Nyn gan 54, Parkes 87, Geurie 40, Cobar 11, Nymagee 2. tbe Far'West nil. V

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

SUMMARY. Ninety-five points of rain fell at Canbelego on Monday. All the mine tanks are now overflowing. The time is oloee handy when good resolutions are made. On tbe last day of December they usually go in ht one year and out at the other. ' ' List, list, oh list is the song of t.ha ifloruifcind nnlinaman nh i Every 'Tommy' lie induces to goto the front means ten bob for tbe ?bobby. ' Tho Cast of tho Die' is the title of the star picture to be shown at ?Wrightville to-night. It is said to be very sensational and realistic. A number of other tino pioturcs will also he screened. Wo do not think tliore is any truth in llie rumour that a mother of the local police force recently arrested a ' man,' and never found out till ho got to tbe charge room that ' bo' was a bag of chaff ! Tbe catch of the season — M'Gratb and Powderly's Sale. When wo say Sale, we mean Sale.* Several four-round boxing contests are to be held at Wrightville on tho evening of 14tl- i.istant. On tho Moadsy sfter th...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Kidney Trouble, Gravel. How many of us esoape Con stitutional Blow Poisoning, oatised through the accumulation' of waste matters in the blood? Not many, we fear. To throw out these pois onous matters, is the chief duty of the kidneys. When this duty is not preformed at all, we die of Dropsy. When it is ill-performed, we die, too, of Blow poisoning manv vears befnrn our f,im«. m*- are, _ all of us, acquainted with Yitality. Some of us however may not have learned of the newest and most powerful remedy for kidney complaints. We refer to Dr. Shel don's Gin . Pills. One of these Fills contains' in a concentrated form, ail tbe curative properties of a pint of hneBt gin together with other important ingredients re oognized by tbe Medical Profession as being remedial agents of the greatest value for the kidneys and allied organs. Dr. Sheldon's ? Gin Pills are pro curable at all ohemiBts and store keepers in two sizes glass containors, Small, size 1/6 and large Bize at 2/6.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Oobar, — Mass at 7.30 a.m. and 10 a.m. _ Stoning Devotions at 7.90 p.m. Wrightville. — Mass at S a.m.; Evening Devotions at 7.90 p.m. Tiqr Bwi Dean Hughes, V.F. Bev. J. Bexton.

Publication Title: Western Age
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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

WARDEN'S COURT. Mount Boppy Gold Mining Com pany proceeded against James Smith to show cause why their storm water races should not be registered. Mr. Duffy appeared for plaiutiff company, and Mr. Bolton for defendant. The Warden ruled in lavor of tbe com pany, and ordered registration of tba races. James Smith had a similar case against tbe Mount Boppy Company, whioh was struok out on acoount of the summons not having been served tbe required number of days.

Publication Title: Western Age
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METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

METHODIST Sunday, Gth December — Cobar It a.m. and 7.SO p.m., Bev. li. Deane. Wrightville. — 7.30 p.m., Hits 'Ibomas-.

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Canbelego Police Court. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Canbelego Police Court. Before the P.M. Police v. O. Byrne, A. Carter, J. Eldridge, S. Kelly, W. Smith, L. Hamilton, J. Hangan and P. Goinan, failing to register their dogs. ' Each fined 10s, and 6s costs. Same v. John Bruce, charged with drunk and disorderly conduct and using indecent language. Fined £1, in default seven day3, in tho first case, and £3 and 6s costs in tho second. Same. v. R. Stevens, throwing stones to the danger of residents. Fined Is, and 6s costs. Forest Guard v. E. Dunn, remov ing timber without a license. Fined 10s, and 16s costs, iu default seven' days.

Publication Title: Western Age
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

PRESBYTER1, VN. Cobar, Sunday, 6th Dec., 1DM. — 8.30 p.m. lie v. B. Deane. Subject — ' ' The pos sibility of our being ungrateful to God.'

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

THE PRINTING HOUSE L OF THE WEST. All Classes of General ana Com- ; merclal Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Charges— The Lowest. T%M 'Western Age/' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

We PriM fhefyVews, tftBREFORE, 'Age' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

He stepped into ? Pay Less and / \ r*i ? I ? Dress Better. / \ our btore I ~\ V' \ with a determination to Be ? , ' / \ better dressed. He had read our 1 I ? they read true- He was ? / ll^ 1 \ temP(ed 10 come- He came, I I s*epped °u' 1 I mil , /Qk I a better dressed I . J '-an ? ! D X\V^^^iy v' See the satisfied look on his fact-. B H /vr^nsH y' Note the fnultlessly-firuoiued appearance g 8 I v 'l AWiW®' he had imparted to his clothes— look at B IAv 'W ^ '(.v- y the fine style / ] i ); :#*v/ his clothes f / IV iT*,s7 are cut 'n— / I - (A ?{£$'?/ pay pnrticu- f I L ? JWy |ar attention I II fsy of the athletic, per- 1 I I - ~y fcctly - constructed \ \ / shoulders of the \ Js Coat' \ Yet this is hut a metaphor of what hundreds ot men are doing weekly. jjj Tliey realise that the initial outlay costs Si just as much for the badly-fitting Suit 4 as for the pcrfccUy-fitting Suit. 'I lie directed his steps to Economy, too. bccuuse, whilst he paid the same a3 i before, his new Suit wore twi...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

THE 0LDE8T ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the beat selected atook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with - the value of our goods, the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified ' ^Resident Optician. j Rwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce-Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Arc prepared to enter into contraata foe supplying Ohineso for ring-barking and scrub-cutting, as well as Ohinoso servants and cooks for stations. j LARGE STOCKS OP CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and , SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. .j MORRISON Bras'. 'LINE OF Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the | Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for tflLCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BR6KEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Pares, Parcels, and Luggage must be b...

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