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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Tbe ' Bed Bird' and ' Massey Harris ' Bicycles bave long been known as the best and highest-priced maohines on the market. We are selling these now at £15, with best equipment. All fittings for these maohines stocked. — H. Doqqeb, Linsley-Btreet.2

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal By-election. AN EASY WIN FOR MR. A. FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Municipal By-election. AN EASY WIN FOR MR. A. FRANCISCO, r Tbe munioipal by-election to fill tbe vaoauoy in tbe Cobar Counoil caused by tbe resignation of Aid. J. Stewart, took place on Wednesday. The polling booth was at tbo Counoil Chambers, tbo town olerk (Mr. Jas. Hoaly) acting as returning officer. Tbo candidates woro Messrs. A. Fran cisco aud J. Hutchison. Thero was little outward show of interost in tho election, although tho numborof votes recordod (181) was a good poll con sidering tbe numbor of persons now eligible to vote, owing to tbo depres sed condition of tlio town. Tlio vot ing resulted as follows : — A. Francisco ... ... 141 J. Hutchison... ... 3G Informal... ... 1 Mr. Francisco's oasy win came as a surprise toardout Labor supporters, though in olhor quarters it was not ? unexpected. Mr. Hutchison, as tho direct Labor nomiueo, should have roooived tho Labor vote, though on the figures it would appoar that bo did not got a large section of it : and it soems very doub...

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

C^HdMPION ' ? jL0irt^B8' r B/M° V AN END TO MOULDY or DRY TOBACCO ! ! [ ' flash *r WentKf -»nnol affect th* condition of 'CHAMPION.** ' ^ Eoctv tealeJ 2 ox. Tin CUARANTEEr-~Ulnt TESTED UNDER PRESSURE. CHAMPION TOBACCO ''Si!' (L M N) PiPES~ DO NOT CRACK OR BURN. HUMPHREY OXENHAM, ?^'Largest Commission Agent in Austrolia/^g Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Starting Price Money Invested on the Course. ftfF' No Limit. ? No-Reply. — — No Business. ? ? Two Cups - Sufficient^ Address— OXENHAM, Sydney. Now mind its' Jl J '^vIiR'rer r Ship Brand , . - ^ ^ Buporlor.'^ | Two packets go as far as 'I three paokets of any othsp ? make-that's ECONOMY, |Py-TVi'raii It makes the most delight- dsbuk V-'»\t LiiRi r -HM5 fu\ Blancmanges, Custard aww/i /Plfcl delightful dishes that are served up with stewed fruit X^IVNBW and good at all times— \ /IllW that's PLEASURE. 0^'^ IlLfTCMHryia^j M Plf ohip Brand ? Cornflour all orookrs and storks pHIP°BRANDl !i !; Manufactured by— ^ ~ CLIFFORD LOVE &...

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

SOMAPPS The Pure Alcoholic Beverage

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

ASK YOUE NEIDHBOK. It is almost cortain that ono of votir neighbours has boon to, or heard of tho largest roof garden in Sydnov, which sur mounts tho largest hotel in tlio southern hemisphere — 'The People's Palace,' -l P0 Pitt-street, Sidney, nnd whieh is conduct ed by tho governing body of the Salvation Army; but, if not, and you don't know of the homo comforts it affords, particu lars will bo gladly seat you, oa receipt of inquiry. Tariff is 3s. Dd. to 4s. 3d. per day. It is here that tho unwary visitor is entirely safe in all respects, nnd where cleanliness and quietude are always main tained. ?

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

Indigestion C.MJJ.CD CONSIDERABLE SUF r-klivC. WOMDCRFUL RESULTS FROM A COURSE OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. 'After a severe attach of Rheuma tic Fever I was a martyr, to Indiges tion,' writes Mr. George Samuel 1'amplln, Greengrocer, of 200 Weston Road, Ror.elle, N.S.W., 'aud my en tire system became deranged. Headaches I had badly, and I would be constipated for a week at a stretch. After eating, a heavy burn iiif; lump would settle In my chest; _ the pain was distressing, and I had' a stuffed up sensation as if I was choking. Through my Indigestion I was so incapacitated ' that I wciiid have littlo or no rest for a week, and it was utterly impossible to pcrtorm my duties. After taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills 1 was relieved of all signs of Indigestion; my bowels were soon put into perfect working crder and they now act ns regularly us they should. I lind a decided Im provement in my health. 1 have tried many medicines, but have found initio as good a' corrective as I Mors...

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

I® ^oigrofi^ i T75^ - fl^3BBHH^Bi ; €- ^ m m m-mrm irna m mt ™ : jjbjK fr KBNTT iBBEMEB-y. /syjl^ I f YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR j i- WiL» i I PRODUCEandSTOCK. I I TRY I || HARRISON, J0NE5SDEVLIN 11° I I g/pN£V{ WE'ARE 5EILING BROKERS ONLY I j |f ^ Murdoch's Panamas | | „ ^Free | all over Australia. | I ^c'' us send ijoj otw --i tlu.e a &X '''^Ty new Ci y Shape :J.:r.ainas. !»] / Brims a;e 2m. In 2'. ? in. aide. jg 1*3 1 i The Hats are ot unbreakable ~'{ %ll ~4 have FiL'c Cor.-. JJards, % Jk'1§M$ ar'^ are & ted u''': £?cnu«.v $1 \ 1\ §ff S icea I Lea: hers. livciy -size m W W* Post Free anijulu-re tor m W 1816 I ^ ? I M* ' I This 15 1 6 ' Murdoch ' Panama is | ' Dandy ' Value. Q,Jn(iM lcovc:- ? nbr™!:' u able piait, con. :?- r ,.'- e brim ;; so that you can wear it in a dozen shopi s—fului; ja to th sweat leather and fade- ^ ^ h] less band — your choice ot 5f'j 2Vu'n., 2Viin., 2i'im. lo 3Vun. -?? ' *- ^ Brim tor 15/6 Post Free. _i- r ^ - Ano.herbig' Murdoc V value...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Budget DEFICIT £13,088,314. WAR EXPENDITURE £11,742,000 SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Federal Budget DEFICIT £13.088,314. WAR EXPENDITURE £11,742,000 I 8YDNEY, Friday. The Federal Budget shows a deficit ot £13,088,314. New taxation in cludes an amended - tariff, whioh is expeoted to produce a' million and a half. There will be an' almost gene ral advance of from five to ten per cent, in preference to the United Kingdom by advancing foreign duties to that extent. Tho war expenditure amounts to £11,742,000. SYDNEY, Saturday. Yesterday the new tariff schedule came in for some criticism at Mel bourne. The Federal Government is generally condemned for not having waited for tbe report of tho Interstate Commission as tbo macbino for im posing extra taxation. Generally the inclination of Syd ney merchants was to regard tbe bulk of the new imposts a3 reasonable, and the dissentients constitute a minority Mr. Milno, tlio British Trade Com missioner, expresses gratification tbat the number of artioles on whioh Bri tish preference has beeu granted has been extended. It is stated...

Publication Title: Western Age
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

The Allies carried Aspacb, in Al B&ee, and made progreas in otber parts. The Germans have evaouated several villages behind Dixmude, and large stores of ammunition and also wounded have been removed from Thiolt, Demone and Eoulora east ward. Dunkirk roports tbat an oast ward movement of the Germans is in full swing.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Going from Home for News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Going from Home, for News. A recent issue of the ' Duhbo Lib eral' contains the following evidently inspired par. : — ' Things havo bucked up immensn ly at Cobar during the past fortnight. Tho recent rains recorded totalled 45 points. This seems small compared with what other parts havo received. Small rainfalls, bowevor, are tbe rule at Cobar, and it was with a view to making tbe best of them that Mr. Sydney Cummins planned an enlarge ment of tbe catclimeut area, a work wbioh included the construction of a large drain. Tbe 45 points have given the town six months' supply, a result whioh would have been impossible but for tbe work devised by Mr. Cum min8, the wisdom of whose soheme has now been conclusively proved in a manner most acceptable to the people of the western mining town.' Syd., old man, you're still tbe same old bally leg-ptiller. You'd make a fine consor for tbe war oables.

Publication Title: Western Age
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The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

The War. 8VDNKY, Thursday. 11 H.ni. At n mass meeting of Germans and Irish in Chicago thoy demanded the Govornmont should prohibit all ship ments of contraband of war to Eur opo, oxcopt foodstuffs, declaring tbat suoli shipments prolongod tbe war. An Eiitiliflhman rose and began to sing ' Goil Savo tho King,' whon ho wuh nltnckoil and ojcctod, tho police saving him from nmiotiB injury. It is atatud oflicially at Pretoria that tho ruhol NVeraao's commando wns attackod by loyalists, and tho rohcls repulsed. Tliroo wore killed nnd 18 wounded. Fivo loyalists woro v oimdod. It is reported from Copenhagen that most of tho Gorman fleet has left Kiel Canal and gone to the North Sea. Tho struggle in Poland is still un decided. Tlio main battlo lino is un altered. There is vory littlo oflicial news from the eastern front, but Dutch ndvicos point to fresh onslaughts on tbo Allies' positions iu Belgium. Tho London ' Times' disbelieves thero bavo been fresh attacks at Ypros and elsewhere, and sa...

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

Every line reduced throughout our Store in every department till end of I year 1914. — F. W. Ward & Co.*

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fatal Accident. AT THE BONNIE DUNDEE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Fatal Accident. AT THE BONNIE DUNDEE MINE. A latal accident, by whioh a miner named Arthur Allen, formerly of Bro ken Hill, lost his life, ooourred at the Bonnio Duudoo oopper mine, 14 miles north-east of Hormidale, about 2 p.m. on Monday last An inquiry waB held into tho ciroumstancos of the fiei'i/lnnt at tlio mino on Tuesday, bo foro tbo Nyngan coionor, Mr. D. Roddy. Mr. T. Oldliold (inspector of minos) ropresontod tlio department, and Sonior-oonstablo Konnody,' of Gii ilanibono, was also prosent. From tho evidonco it appears do coased was ongaged trucking on No. 3 lovol from a pass. lio was lator found by his mate (H. Duggan), who owing to Homo twonty minutes' delay in rocoiving a truck from him, wont below to invostigato tlio causo. Ho found (leceasod partly in tho chute door, with moro than half of his body hanging out and his feot off tho ground. Ho was janiliod by about 3ewt. of ' finoa,' which covered his hoad. No one saw tho accidont, Biid it iB difficult to surmise how de...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. Sydney, Friday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

The War. Sydney, Friday. 4 p.m. At a confidential meeting of tbe leaders of German political parties in Berlin, Ministers nsserfed that tho Gorman armies must bo mado stronger than thoso of tho Allies. Aftor the war tboy would bo ahlu to roduce tlio military expondituro, but an immonxo inureuso in the navy vote will lie iin porativo. It is gonoraify ngrood tliat oarly peace is desirahlo, ovon if Ger many bad to niako tortus with her enomios for tho preservation of the stato of international alTuirs oxistiug lioforo tho war. Russians havo occupied Woiliczn, which is being honvily bombarded. Tho Gorman rotrcatiu the provinco of I'osen continues. A Romo papor aBturts tlio hattlo ol Lodz ondod in tlio Gormans rotreating aftor losing 300,000 lneu ; also Hint tlio Austrianu mado a frosh sortie from Przomyl and woro driven back, Buffering 20,000 oaauulties. These stories aro issuod with all resorvo. Tho Borlin jiress admits tho Gor mans sufTored enormous losses in escaping from tbe Russian...

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

Mail Time table. Time of departure f* um Cobar Post Oflioe — For Sydney, 7.30 A.m. (and when bearing Into foo ?.-15 n.in.), Tuesda\», Thursdays and Saturdays. Wrightvillo, G.30 p.m. Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Louth, Friday, G p.m. Jtodon Park, Friday, t- p.m. Oilgunnia, Friday, 6pj». Mt, Drysdulo, Tuesdays aud Fridays, G aud G.l£ p.m. Nymagco and Shuttlcton, Thursdays, fj.UO p.m. Eloucra, Tuosdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 a.m. Wilcaiuiin, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urday*, 5.30p.m. i lllowong, Monday, Wednesday a»d Fri day. G.80 p.m. Timo of arrival at Post Office, Cobar. From Sydnoy, cto., Monday, ' Wednesday and Friduy, G p.m. From Wrightvillo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From houlh. Thursday, Gam. From Hndun Park, Wodnesday, 6 a.m, From Oit^iuinia, midnight Tuesday. From Mt. Drytirialo, Monday a^d Thurs day, 5.45 i- in. From Nyumf^o and Shuttleton, Wed nesday. G a.m. From Klouuru, Tuwd/i/ and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Wilrnntiia, Monday, Thursday and Saturday, G ti...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Minimising Effects of Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

Minimising Effects of Drought. The Government reoontly asked for suggestions from Pastures Protec tion Hoards as to the most effective means of minimising the disastrous effects of drought to tho pastoral in dustry. Mr Stock Inspector Woollett suggests iu this connection : — (a) By fencing T.S.R.'b and with drawing tho land from tlio Western Land Leasea. (l-) Having caretakors of P.W.P. (Gov. tanks) responsible for keeping cortain lougtha of T.S.R. freo from noxious animals nnd weeds, (o) Failing n, by fencing off and im proving all'ctimping resorvea. Power to impound nil stock except bona fide travelling Btock from such roservos would prevent thorn being oaton out by 'grass piratoa.' At presont all enmping rosorves in llho district nro unfoiiced and positively usoloss. (d) Establishing roaorvos of from 010 to 1000 acrea at each P.W.P. and plant edible troos suitnblo for particular soil of the locality. All stock should be kopt off theso foncod 'fodder rosorvos' until plants are wol...

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

Xutuii .Su.'e Piice8 ; showing at Ware 'a'Dnt|#;ry Store.* - Values at a. 13. Campbell's store mati- liuju y eitewliere expensive* y

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

Tattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) SHOW OPEN. BENDIGO OUP, run at Bondigo, 25tli November, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, rim ufc llosohill, 12sh Docombor, 100,000 tiokots at 5/2. OARRINGTON STAKES, ruu at Rundwiok, 30th December, 100,000 tiokets at 0/2. { Important Notice. On all Swoops on Racos run aftor January, 190G, tlio Tasmanian Go vernment Stamp Tax will be 2d on oacli 5s Tiokot, and Id on each 103 Ticket. Clients must therofore add those amounts to their remittances. [10 n.The Tasmanian Govornmont has authorised tho Trustees of the estate of tbo late George Adams to carry on tho liconso and condaob tha sweep business under the same management as for several years past. fJIE C0BW MEDICAL Wfm. MarsHall-Street. J. MlflHULL, Proprietor. 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 Comme...

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

QUEER BRITISH EMPIRE. Under the heading That Queer British Em pire thero appeared in the Chicago Herald tiie following picturesque comment on the strong feeling of Imperial solidarity buing manifest ed by every section of the British dominions: Indian troops anxious to fight, in the war for Grcut Britain! Irishmen, Ulsterites, and Nationalists reudy to help tho Empire! Australia prohibiting tile export of food anywhere except to the Mother Country! Canada preparing to send u strong contin gent! Thu same story in England, Scotland, Ire land, and all the Dominions and Colonies! In tlmo of war how suddenly things look up In thnt queer, queer British Empire! 'I haven't a thing to take back,' says Ire land, 'but under the circumstances kindly show me the enemy as soon as possible; I want to get at him.' 'Yours of- recent date received,' says Ca nada. 'Am sending men as fnst as they can lie gotten reudy 'and transportation se cured.' 'Reserving for a more auspicious time any hatred a part...

Publication Title: Western Age
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UNWILLING VICTIMS OF WAR. THE HUMANITARIAN LEAGUE. CARING FOR THE ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 5 December 1914

UNWILLING VICTIMS OF WAR. THE HUMANITARIAN LEAGUE. OARING FOR THE ANIMALS. As the white ship of mercy, tho Red Cross, steams across tho seas with Its corps of nurses and physicians to alleviate tho mis eries of the maimed and injured of tho Euro pean wnr, what of the unwilling belligerents o' the wnr, the cuntiding dumb animals who are dragging heavy siege and machine guns ? and commissariat, bearing despatches and carrying Cossack and clinusseur, Ulilan and lancer and dragoon into the Jaws of death? ? (says tho New York World). The query comes from London, where, under the nusplces of tho Royal Society, the Purple Cross Society, Is bring organised tn mlninti.r to ih« needs of the horses nnd rculcs and dogs that can send ntu 110 cry of complaint from their torn nnd lnceratcd bodies as they lie huddled oil ? Hurope's battlefields. The Society of the Purple Cross Is of Eng lish origin, but has mnny sympathisers. Ex perience in the Boer war taught the English people that with a society...

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