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Sudden Death in the Bush. CORONER'S INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

Sudden Death in the Bush. CORONER'S INQUIRY. On Sunday last the death ocourrecf suddenly at Coronga Downs Station, 33 miles from Cobar, of a man named James William Cassoll, 31 years of age, and a resident of Wrightville. An inquiry was opened the same day beforo Mr Coroner Morrison, at the station. James Peart stated he was a labor er residing at Cobar, but was at pre sent employed scrub-cutting at Cor onga Downs, four miles from the Station. Knew decaaRHr* DnRonl!. ?who was bia tent mate. At about 4.30 on Saturday, 5th December, he was with him in the tent, and re mained there until 5 p.m. When de ceased asked him if he had any salts. He said, ' Yes, in hfs swag, ' and about twenty minutes later he gave him a packet, which he mixed with water and drank. Deceased walked about until 7.45 p.m., when ho came into the tent, sat down, took his boots off and laid on his hunk. About half an hour after ho began to moan and groan. He gave deceased] several drinks of tea during the night and...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

Religious Services. CATHOLJO OHUKOH. Oob»r. — Mub -t 7.80, a.m. nnd 10 a.m Evening 'Devotions at 7. SO p.m. Wripbltille.— Vane .at 8 a.m. ; Rveninp Dtrotiotw lit 7.80 p.m. ' Very Kev. Dean Hughes. V.F. Rer. J. Beilon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

Tcfttersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobnrt, Tasmania) . ' ? NOW QPEW. BBNDIGO. OUP, run at I}tin-Iih-o, Q-Otlt Novombor, 100,000 tioUots fit 0/2 DECEMBER HANDICAP, run nt Rmeliill, 12-,h Daoember, 100.000 tickets at 5/2. OARRINGTON 8TAKES, run at ftannwiok. 30th Dooember. 100,000 tiokets at G/2. Important Notice. On all Sweeps on Races run riftor .Tanuary, 1906, the Tasmanian Go vernment Stump las will lie 2d on oaoh 5s Tioket, and 4d on eaoh 10 1 Tioket;. Clients must thoroforo add these amounts to their remittances. ? |IO'' The Tasmanian Government has authorised the Trustees of tho estate of the late George Adams to carry on the lioouso and conduct the sweep business under the same management as for several years past. IPJffi C0B^ pSDICfllt fl/Hik Marshall-Street. 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 ...

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

Mail Time Table. Time of departure from Cobar Post Ofliee — For Sydney, 7.30 a.m. (and when bearing Into fee 7.45 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Wrigbtvillu. G.30 p.m. Jlondnv, Wednes- ' day and Friday. Louth, Friday, C p.m. linden Park, Friday, G p.m. Oilgunnia, Friday, Gp.ui. Mt, Drysdale, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 and 6.15 p.m. Kymngeo and SbuUlotoa, . Thursdays 5.30 p.m. Eloucra, Tuesdays and Saturdays 10 and 10.15 a.m. niii-nituiu, x utauujs, xnursaays ana sat- urdays. 5.30p.m. Illowong, Monday, Wednesday ana Fri. day. G.80 p.m. Time of arrival at Post Office, Oobar. From Sydney, etc., Monday, Wednoaday and Friday, G p.m. From Wrightvillo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Louth, Thursday, 6 am. From Badon Park, Wednesday, 6 a.m, From Gilgunnia, midnight Tuesday. From Mt. Dryadalo, Monday ar-d Thnrs day, 6.45 p m. From Nymagee and Bhuttleton, Wod nesday, 6 a.m. - From Elouera, Tuesday and Saturday 7 a.m. . From Wilcnnnm, Monday, Thursday and Saturday, 6 a.m. ...

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Latest Telegrams SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

Latest Telegrams SyiiXEY, Tuesday. Lewis Waller, Ilia well-known actor, accompanied by )ti» dangbter and a friend, woih inotrning from Birmingham to London vrhen the our skidded. Waller, tn avoii) » collision jummed on the brakes The car turned turtle and thu oc-tH»»»k» wnrn pitohed on to the rrmilway. Wnller had his shoulder dislnuEUei), V--i t the others escaped. Terrific gales have 'ttnrreii nn tlve east aoast of Amerioit »-xl ttrerti il»m age hn8 been done to»-l-iptiintf. Nor folk City is under witter and at Soa Bright and New Jersey thefloodu have inundated both plncuo, under mining houses, many of wliiob aolIapBed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

The Sure Sign. A dull persistent pain in the baok — an ache that spoils sleep, and is worso in the morning; a sharp, cut ting pain when bending — is a sure sign of kidney diseaBo. It is not really the back aching, but the kid neys, which lie just beneath tbo small of the back. Doan's Back aciio ivianey Jfills quickly relieve tho kidneys and help them to drive out of the body the poisons which cause backaohe, dropsy, urinary disorders, rheumatism, gravel atone. The case here given proves that; oures are thorough. ' Mr. Tbonms Heade, Store, Lins ley Street, Cobar, says:— 'I am well convinced ? f the merits of Doan'a Baokaohe Kidney Pills, and I do not speak from iienrsay, but from praoti oal expeiiHiiuH. I was a martyr to kidney di-..uler for some time, and this remn(l- cured me.and I Lave been well ewr since,' a period of over ten yeais. I was eubjeot to dizzy feelingK, uml the seoretions were riisi-Hei-'l, but my worst suf fering w-.» with my back. There was a r-,iMt.H.nt aohe just ...

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First-class Hiccough Care. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

First-daws Hiccough Core. An attack of hiocomrhs had nniinfcVa»M» aggravated Mr. Twfller'a natural mHaWWiL 'Can't ye do something to belD h natal this?' ho asked, ind%nanUr. 'Dy'»«2 to see me hioeoogh myaeli eat o- oxistenoof' — but here another spasm camgbi Urn 'What can I dof' abeaaked, r'-^iturj ' I can't hold your breath for TqaudMcat nime. vnn Imrav ' 'th. Bat m eu aoaw a^ .*»«* «» Ye can hoHet ' Boo ' fa anr ouvtxn Tmmit expecting it, ,o» something Hke «?*.' 'Mr.Twillw/' J^ ? f frciufcMh. 'I an. Barprised at you. The ifetcafair ™5*ging m any auoh nouense is nfiehc2r abiurd to b« worthy of ym. '~~V thtm^ man important tkaa 'Boo* t»«f»-te ^Hrf' ???'-' ;-'';!^:-. ... 'I will reijaire to him a u. i'_ ^^JLL. ' ' whiter ? '. '^r^» '?Whafatlatf' 'And, while it ia a ***'i-ti iiiaahM to start with, I have decided that-aaa^Mt wfll be th^moat economical inthoond. Soia- momnr yx, eaaigiie-iae. a enema—. ?? 'Maty — aw-yoa insane? wbaa daaa-a^b moanf' ? Bha looked at ba. fa *mi4-*wmm*, and ...

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State Battery for Canbelego. HOW THE MATTER WAS SIDE-TRACKED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

State Battery for Canb'elego. HOW THR MATTER WAS SIDETRACKED. During ll'o visit of the Minister for Labor (Mr Estell) to Canbelego on Wedneediiy, 16th September last, a deputation waited on Ibe Minister, on bebnlf of a number ol claim hold ers and the A.M. A. and asked for the erection of » Stalo ballory there. Mr Esloll seemed favorably impress ed and premised lo placo the matler at onco before the Minister for Mines. Mr rorn, memuor ior ino uiBtricc was present with the Minister during tbe latter's visit to Canholego. Some days after Mr Forn wired to the Mines Department from Cobar as follows: — ' Representations re Stale Battery, Canbelogo, made to Estell, but sub sequently I find party with all ar rangements made start Tuesday. Already Front £200 and prepaied lo treat all ore. They are afiaid Gov ernment will Bwamp them. Kindly wire your opinion to-day whether thoy go on. Party absolutely genuine. FF.71N.' ! The Minister replied to Mr Fern : — 'The Government will not erect a li...

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A Bachelor's Nieces PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

A Bachelor's Nieces, PUBLISHED Jtr SPKCfAr. AR7MW3EMENT. Author of ' Footprint* In tte Snow,' 'Tat Broken 8e»l,' 'Btnuthth* W»t»,' ?? A. Bitter Birthright,' 'The Drift of Ftte,' ' Thi SKnt ?( tfca Elm,' ' Th» Last Signal,' ' A Hidden Ch«in,' '/A Country SwHthtaxt,' 'Her Promise Trot,' On Q»lden Hiii«W ' A FiUIPmI,' ' . ??'..' : ' Hh Win and Hen,' to., tc. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER \.—(Conlinued.)' Their motlicTs were wutoliiug , them from the torracu, but they kept tlieir feelings to themselves, us it was well thoy did, for tins widow waa thinking:, ' 1 trust my beautiful Won ia not goinj; tn throw herself away on idle Hugh licviin,' while his mother was wishing she )i:id puck a nice girl for a daughter. ' Hugh brought his violin. I think I will take it witlt me ; then « am have a little music,' said their brother-ill law, ns hi; joined them on tho tunuce. As they pusaed down tho steps they were joined by littlo Nell, who curried u himc in Jut louiitli, *-1ju Imvinf,' finished her dinner i...

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The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 December 1914

The War. SVDNKY, Monday. 11 a.m. A private message states that tbo Germans have withdrawn nine army corps from France, placing them as their seoond line of troops in Poland. The BuBsians hold Mio Germans, keep- ing them fighting duv mid night. Tho Germans tiro seeking to Rcizo Poilkow, vrhoro Ibo fighting is ex tremoly violent. J?llA nnrmu »io nf. nvnnntnclinwn are preparing for n long seigo. The town has been turned into a fortress. Complaints are marie that the Hun garian Plains are larfioly left o|ien to attack by Russia. Hungary has offi cially requested Germany to sond two or three army corps. The rela tions between Austria and Hungary are less cordial. Tho Allies in Belgium have pro gressed north of thn Uiver Lys, gain ing 500 metres. An Amsterdam niessngo states that the Germans retired two kilometres along tho Yser, owing to insanitary conditions and marshy ground. Tho bombardment of Rhoims lms been resumed with markod intensity. The Germans forco Hie inlmbitnutR of Ostend t...

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The War. SYDNEY. Thursday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

The War. SYDNKY, Thursday. Un.m. A war correspondent nt Potroyrftil fitfttea bltnb o( tho two Gorman army corps rocontly cut off south of Lodz, in Poland, twonty thousand surren dorod, fttid 80 por oont of tho rost wore killod or wounded. Tho doad lay in Rront hears nb lireziiici, while occosionallv heaps of dond doltod tho countrvsido for miloa. When tlio Oorinans were surrounded they miir ched in ovory direction soohing an outlot, hut always ciuno upon a wall of Bussian hayonots. Tho first staRo of tho Vistula- Wartu bnttlo has ondod by tlio Gormana hoinfi throv/n hack from Lourkz to Lark. Tho Germans are now tlireatoning Lodz and Potrikow, hoping to savo IDast Prussia and hanipor Eussian tlio Bussians lo concontrate in Po land between tho Vistula and tho Warta Rivera. Tho latest fighting in Poland has dovolopeil at Prxasnysxand Kioclmn owa, situatod botwoen Warsaw and MInwa. Tho battlo is unfinished. Tho Bussians liavo had partial euccoseeh in tlio Petrokow rogion. A bnttlo Ijotw...

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ARMY AND NAVY TERMS. HOW THEY AROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

ARMY AND NAVY TERMS. HOW THEY AROSE. At a time when naval and military terms arc In everyone's mouth, it may do Interest Ing to recall their origins. 'Captain' la de rived from the Latin 'caput,' meaning a head; 'colonel' comes from tho Italian 'colonna,' a column, the 'compagna colon clla' having been the first company of an infantry regiment, ? tho little column which tho 'colonel' led. The title 'lieutenant' come3 from a word signifying 'holding the place' — e.g., a lieutenant-colonel ls a sort of understudy for a colonel, a lieutenant looks after a company in the. absence of the cap tain, and so on. The titles of- 'lance sergeant' and 'lance-corporal' originated In the fact that In tho old days the holders of thOBO ranks carried a lance instead of a hal bord, round the head of which was twisted a slow match. Their duties we're to go round the ranks with these torch-Uko lances and give fire to. the matchlock men Just be foro a battle took place, Tho word 'dragoon' waa first used ...

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DAY ON A DREADNOUGHT. LIFE OF OUR SEA DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

DAY ON A DREADNOUGHT. LIFE OP OUR SEA DOGS. Tlicru Is not much vurluliun in thu llfu ot the British Juck 'far in pcacu time. Unu day is very Ijke another, except during inuiioou vrcs unu mobilisation. The daily routine is commenced in the early morning, uboul 0.3U lo 0, by the sound ot the boatswain's shrill pipe and loud voice rousing the crew; ham mocks will bo stowed, the decks scrubbed, tho guns, 'clean, precise, and devilish,' will bo ready for action, and ull will bo made as Jack describes it, 'ataunto.' ?men, ut 6 a.m., follows the breakfast inter val, after which repast officers and men as semble at divisions at » a.m., and when the Inspection is over morning prayers are chant ed by the ship's chupluin. Then the actual duties of the duy commence. Drills, exer tiaua, iinu ,*jnu- a wurs are continuously car ried on twith a brief Interval of ten mlnuteB called 'stand easy') until noon, when dinner is partaken of which meal to-day is quite sumptuous compared with what it was a f...

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DUM-DUM BULLETS. USED TO STOP FANATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

DUM-DUM BULLETS. ??-?'»?? — USED TO STOP FANATICS. The origin ot the name and tho causa which led to ;i-e Invention ot dum-dum bullQts form a story which seems to bo llttlo known, but which Is of peculiar Interest in view of tho fact that the Germans aro accusing tho Allies oC uaing them in contravention of tho articles oJ warfare laid down by Tho Haguo Conven tion, which prohibits tho uso ot aoft-nosod or explosive bullets. To quote tho actual words of the rule relating to dum-dum foul leta, 'The Powers agreo to abstain from tho use ot bullets with a. hard envelope which 'Iocs not entirely cover the core, or is pierced with incisions.' It was the British troops In India that first 'rouKnt into use tho aum-iaim bullets, in the petty wars on the north-west frontier of India British soldiers wero often exposed to nlKht attacks In camp by fanatic swords men known as Ghazls, or fighting dervishes, and It was found that tho ruBh of mon of this sort at close quarters was not to be stopped...

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RUSSIA'S FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

RUSSIA'S FLAG. ? * » «. — ? Not a few people are making the mistake of flying In Russia's honor the plcturesquo yellow flag with the double eagle, under the impression that It Is- our ally's national flag. This flag, however, is really the Imperial Standard, while the white flag with tho blue St Andrew's. cross ls the Russian naval en sign. .The latter Is used only by the navy, and is not allowed to be flown by private in dividuals. Tho Russian national flog, which should be used by people who wlBh to show tneir au mlratloh for Russia, is a trl-color, white, blue, and red stripes, placed longitudinally. There la indeed a remarkable similarity be tween the flags of the Allies. France, Rus sia, and Servia all employ the same three colors, only the arrangement differing. In regard to the flags ot Russia and Servia, it may be pointed out that, as tho colors are tho same, a- Servian flag upside down would be the 'Russian, and vice versa. Belgium files a tricolor with the colors verticall...

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PETROGRAD SOBERED. NIGHT LIFE NO LONGER CAROUSE. GREAT CHANGE SINCE DRINKING CEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

PETROGRAD SOBERED. NIGHT LIFE NO LONGER CAROUSE. GREAT CHANGE SINCE DRINKING CEASED. Not In name only but In its life the change that has come over this city during the last few weeks ls one of the most remarkable features of the war. Petrogrado Is a very different city from the St. Petersburg that was (says tho Petrograd correspondent of the New York Herald). In the old St. Petersburg drunken men were seen reeling In every corner, and no ono paid any attention. Now a drunken man Is an object of wonder. There Is no vodka. There must bo large quantities of It stored up somewhere, but there Is none tJ be bought. And bo drinking has stopped, crime has ceased, and the police have little else to do but mark passports, look after the street traffic and collect Germans and Austrlans for deportation. In first-class restaurants wines and cer tain liqueurs are sold until 11 o'clock ui uibui, uul Liieru 13 iiu iiviu l hi ma uuid drinking that goes on. Tho all-night carouse of the young bloods ...

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HISTORIC VETERAN. CAPTURED BY NAPOLEON. FIGHTS AT BORODINO. PRESENT AT CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

HISTORIC VETERAjl ? CAPTURED BY NAPOLEON. FIGHTS AT BORODINO. PRESENT AT CENTENARY. x (BY B. GEORGE MARKS.) Ono hundred years In tho Hfo of a nation brings about mighty changes. In 1812 tho great armies of France and Russia were In iliadly grips at the terrible battle of Mos kowa or Borodino; forty-two years later, in 1854, tho French wero tho allies of the Eng lish against Russia in tho Crimean war; and to-day, CO years after tho struggles of tho Crimea, tho flags of England. France, and Russia aro intertwined In boating back Prussian aggressiveness. To havo ltvod from thn battle of Borodino. September 7, 1812, to September 7, 1914, Is 102 ycarB. Two years ago tho centenary of Borodino wan celebrated at St. Petersburg, and nil tho Russian veterans were in attendance. THE GREAT REDOUBT. ' The Russians, on September 7, took up a strong position, after having declined battle, for weeks, to prevent Napoleon's eagles be ing planted in tho sacred city of Moscow. Napoleon's army was 500 l...

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MONEY AND THE WAR. WILL GERMANY BECOME BANKRUPT? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

MONEY AND THE WAR. WILL GERMANY BECOME BANK RUPT? 'In my JudKtnont the l:mt few hundred mil lions may win this war. This ls my opinion. Tho first hundred millions our enemies can stand just as well as wo can, but tho last they cannot. Thank God! And therefore I think cash ls going to count much moro than wo can possibly imagine at the present moment' It was thus that Mr. Lloyd George replied to the Municipal Corporations when a deputa tion called upon him recently regarding loanB from the Treasury, after mentioning that tho wnr wiir (?nntlnrr flila /-nuntnr nvn niiiiinnn «, — .» a half a week. 'We lmvo won with silver bullets before,' continued tho Chancellor. 'Wo financed Europe In the greatest war wo evor fouKht (presumably Ihe Napoleonic War), and that ls what won. PARALYSED TRADE AND BANKS. And If this war Is prolonged and caah be gins to count, thero Oocb not seem much doubt that wo shall win, for Germany cer tainly cannot stand the financial strain. Our enemies have been strug...

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THE BOXING KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

THE BOXING KANGAROO. The hefty young Australian, Ho is a lucky chap, And many envy him his chance Of quite a local scrap. When others send us men and guns, Of course, he sends them, too; But still he has his private lark, Our boxing Kangaroo. His sons are big In bono and thows, And made of sterling stuff. And all of them are trained to arms, But that Is not enough. He has a tidy fleet as well To sail the ocean blue; In fact, he's qulto the handy-man, Our boxing Kangaroo. He's out annexing colonies That once wero Wilhelm's own, And Jhere and there and everywhere Ho makes his presonce known; You'll find a llttlo label where The double eaglo flew: 'Annexed to British Empire (signed) Tho boxing Kangaroo.' — C.E.B., In the London Evening News. A remarkable response to Lord Kitchener's appeal has been mado by tho playing mem bers of the Reading Amateur Football Club, one of the most important bodies of its kind In BerJtBhlro. Tho whole of them, with the exception of two, have responded to...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

SUMMARY. ; ?? The Wellington baiters iutimate that on and after Monday next the ; prioe of bread will be increased to 4d per 21b loaf. At) the Young Police Court, the other day, a MonteaRlo publican was fined £10 and costs for having sold .'.. ?wniHKy hoc true lo cue label on the ; , bottle. Collar's one-tiine champion boxer, ;';. - ''Tom Clarke, after winning two rounds ; i':, ? in the'middle-weight division of the I ivV' JNewtown tournament, got bumped i |ij ?? -.' .out on Mriiday night. Ha met a ' ;,?;'. IFninlcDfliiiiR, of Biininrf; who- with j ;V:' .' ? ;n hard tm iprt to the j« iv knocked tbe i 'v'V '-. .'Cobar muu out in the first round. | Every line reduced throughout our Store in every department -till end of year 1914.— F. W. WARD & Co.* Worlc or money must be very soaroo in tho Wellington muni oipality just now, when two regular street maintenance men and Itwo cartors nre put off, and especially when only within three weeks of Christmas (says the Times. ') 'That t...

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