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FOR VALOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

FOR VALOR. Great Britain may well feel proud and boast of her military decoration, the Victoria Cross, which ls only conferred for conspicu ous acts' of bravery on the field of battle.' France confers- her distinctive badges In the well-known form of the Legion of Honor. ? ' ? . Austria- confers her. Ancient Order of Marie' Germany's equivalent of the Vlotoria Cross la the Iron Cross, which, it ls said, the Kaiser has already glvon to 38,000. of his soldiers In the present war. Russia distributes her Cross of St Vladi mir' sparingly to her successful soldiers. Denmark has one of the most illustrious orders of chivalry, the Order of the Elephant, which ranks even .with that . of , our . Order of the Garter. .- - ?. - ' ? Spain is truly 'proud of her Order of the Golden Fleece, which is, and has been, most sparingly conferred. . Italy never falls to decorate her soldiers with her Military Medal of Merit 'It ls rigorously, forbidden for any woman to cast amorouB. :. glances at British ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN ON BATTLEFIELD. THE HORRORS OF MONS. PATHETIC LETTERS ON THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

WOMAN ON BATTLEFIELD. THE HORRORS OF MONS. PATHETIC LETTERS ON THE DEAD. Stopping with relatives In Mons, Belgium, on August 21, When tho **'»'an» w°£ preached that city, und forced to flee wiin her fugitives to a vlllago about 10 miles ?o tho westward, where sho remained throughout the great battle, Mme. Henrietta Raymond, of No. 366 Fifth-avenue, who has ust returned from Europe, told tho story ot ncr experiences to the Herald yesterday (says tho New York Herald of October 6). Mme. Raymond was for two days wl thin tho lino of fire, anu sno saw mu ut-'''r'T.~ of many near-by villages. She. saw h,unu'd° of dead soldiers In the fields embraced within tho battle line of more than 15 miles, and ex perienced the greatest difficulties In fleeing from tho war zona to Rotterdam, where stie wont on board a steamship for Now YorK. On tho buttlefleld of Mona sho found man) articles, Buch as the apparatus timing tho fuso of a German shell, empty cartridge shells, letters of dead soldiers fille...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public Opinion. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

Public Opinion. To the Editor Wksteks Aok. Sir, — I notice in your issuo of 5tb instant under tbe heading, 'Miaimis- ing Effects of Drought, ' suggestions from tbe Stock Inspector. It is very evident that tho Stock Inspector has a very feeble grasp of tho conditions of fclio WfiRtnrn Di-frmfc :lh tt\r na fl.n T.S.B 's are concemeil, wlmn be Hiig gests fencing them, or failing that, fencing off 600 to 1000 acres reserves and planting trees, ol.o. That would be heavy and usoKhh expenditure — I say useless, boc-msn i' a severe drought there would he no food on n. _ rn ci t- ?_ ? j -ii ,i._ . ...i._ i ? buo x.o.xt. d, iwnu ati 'i'iu'' -vim, iithvo BXPERIENCE of tho WeRlarn District know that in ORDINARY s«a-*on.H trie Btook routes aro quile ^-;oil uuough for travelling stock ; anil lin suggests putting a tax on tbe men from whom he earns bis living — ;£400 n yuar and £25 extra this year, which I reckon the members of the Boni'd nlibuld j pay out- of their own .pinjkelo— by askmg them to...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREAD AND WATER. MADAME PATTI'S FARE. EXPERIENCES AT CARLSBAD. CAPTURE OF SIR JOHN FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

BREAD AND WATER. MADAME PATH'S PARE. EXPERIENCES AT CARLSBAD. 'CAPTURE OF SIR JOHN FRENCH.' Though the roport that Madame Pattl had -ecn tho victim of serious annoyanco at Carlsbad was denied almost as soon as it gained circulation, it was evident that tho famous singer must havo had many very trying experiences. It was with a view to hearing about them from her own lips that a representative of tho London Dally Tolo graph called on her at tho Carllon Hotel. Ho was received by Madamo Pattl and her hus band. Baron Cederstrom. Xou must excuse,' Madamo Pattl began, any deflclences In our costumes; but the fact Is that wo arrived hero with only tho clothes that wo stand up in. This bloust, no you may observe, is a llttlo long in tho sleeves, und sho pointed to tho safety pins wherewith temporary tveks had boon taken 'But,' tho Baron remarked, 'tho balanco Is preserved by a certain shortness in the sleeves of my shirt, which con only bo In duced by constant pulling to coincide with tho e...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Council Retrenches. SOME ALL BOUND CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

Cobar Council Retrenches. SOME ALL BOUND OBITIOISM. Cobar Oounoil oominenced to cur tail expenditure at its last mooting The olerk reported an amount of £28 10s 7d was unexpended in connection with tbe water, supply grant, but tbo Distriot Works Oflicer bad some work to bo carried out on the southom ond of the reservoir, which would absorb this balance. Thn nmonnt urovidec on the year's estimates for uiainton anoe and repairs of drains was ovor expended by £62 10s 5d. Aid. Duffy said it appeared some further work bad to bo done in con nection with this new work at the reservoir. At Iii9t mooting a lotter was received .from tho Dopartmont stating tbo work wiia comploted and asking for tbe return of tbo unexpend ed portion of tbe loan monoy. Pre sumably the Dopartment wroto in that strain in consenuencoof a report from its oflicor, but it was now found the work was not completed, and tho Works Officer recommonded further work, which would absorb tho money in band. He moved 'That a cop...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NIETZSCHE AND THE WAR. REPUDIATED PRUSSIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

NIETZSCHE AND THE WAR. REPUDIATED PRUSSIANISM. 'It Is often asserted,' writes Mr. P. M. Kennedy In The Campaign Round Liege, 'that the philosophy of Nietzsche has been responsible for not merely encouraging but developing tho German belief In physical power and brute force; and amid the host of 'professors' on whom blame Is cast for urging on the Teuton to develop his country at the' expense of his neighbors, NIetzBche has fre quently been singled out for special mention as a man In whose works tho Kaiser haa al ways taken- an especial Interest This belief is quite erroneous. Nietzsche, who poked bitter fun at the clumsiness and stupidity of bis countrymen, who cracked Jokes -over the musicians and philosophers most dear to the German. heart, and who, before all else, repu diated Prusslanlsm, lock, stock, and barre was certainly not a writer Ukoly tolappeal to the Kaiser or to any of the makers of mo dern Germany. The reader, cannot fall to be Impressed by tho striking fact that the...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

ASK TOTJTE NEIGHBOR. It is almost certain that ono of ynnr nni«liboura lias been to, or lieanl of tlm larKest roof Ranlen in Sydney, wlik-h sur mounts the lamest hotel in tho southern hemisphere— 'Tim People's Palnoe,' -100 I itt-stroot, Sydney, nnti which is conduct ed l,y the Roverning body of the Snlvation Army; but, if not, and you don't know of the homo comforts it affords, particu lars will be. gladly sent you, on receipt of inquiry. Tariff is 3s. 9,1 to -Is- 3d. per day. It is hero that tho unwary visitor is entirely safe in all respects, and where cleanliness and quietudo are always main tained. , Rheumatism, Lumbago and Sciatica. 'I linro aro three forms of H'neuir.a tir::i— Acuto IUinumatlsm, Chronic Uli.'Uiiiutisin, and Muscular Rltcuma il.sr.i. Arn\o Hliouiuutism is tho In Caiiitnntl'-n of a moinnmno known as the KjiKivlal mumbrano, which lines \'m- joints, and whicli nlso extends to wi.-icus parts of tho body apart, from i !:;? j'.iitil.'S. Wherever this membran.' t'\tn...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Back Country News. FOR THE WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

Back Country News. For the Western Age. ? Since tho passing of the lato thun derstorms tbo days and nights in the bush soora somewhat cooler. Tho wind has been frequently veoring. from north to east and woat to south. A southerly broezo is now blowing, which is occasionally stirring up ciouiiH oi ausb ana willy-uillyB. i.110 wcathor now has a settled appoaranco, and will probably remain so until the incoming of tho new moon. We generally got some sort of a change then, either wet or dry. It is worthy of note that tho two previous moons, to the present, came in ' on their backs,' which is looked upon as a good rain sign, especially in New Zealand, I am told. Tbe present moon came in in the normal way. I have never beard any astronomer's views on this phenomena. Both points of tho crescent aro almost on a dead level, pointing upwards. No douht many Aok renders noticed it. Thoro is nothing olse to rojiort in tho way of local news this weok. Tho accounts of the war battles aro eager ly ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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WAR FILMS. NAVAL BATTLE IN A TANK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

WAR FILMS. NAVAL BATTLE IN A TANK. Ono of tho supers explains In tho Londol Dally Mall how war films aro made:— Tho sight of threo German officers in full uniform attracted my attention at tho gate of a largo sunny garden while walking down Killing Broadway. A crowd was waiting outside, and it was without any difficulty that I soon ascer tained that the German officers I had seen woro Eolntr to act In the war Him. and that tho. crowd- outside the gate was composed of would-be actors In what no doubt was ex pected to turn out a great recruiting pic ture, -for tho satisfactory producing of which there was requlrod a fairly large number of English, Belgian, French and German soldiers. Tho waiting crowd, was really, when you camo to look at it critically and at leisure, a -curious and motley throng. There wero men In ragged clothes and men fairly well dressed. There were old men and young men, Kay as well as Bomowhat traglclook Insr 'aupera.' all mixed together, and all for the moment, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

titt|!?ii!t'srOpniitIfc ? :.i-j.i .il.n.'» (George* 'Adams; H )b;ijrt, 'Tasiri.iiiia-)! .:.?/..'?? ? ::^:r;!vi'^r.iMPr.aR?:N;;:'. ?; :u: :£.;:; ', J.,..h'!/-il«.-l.,i!«i''''i'.'.i'.U i .:/??? ??'.? j ???- ? l -?;?:???'?-,? .-?' '..??t.U-.i.:'--- '.-?'?? DECEMBER HANDICAP, run at Eoaeliill,' 12Sh -Dooamfter..- 100,000 I ???J.r.-iiHak4tai»*!fl'/2.':! '-'' '????.?? i ???- ?'? ?..??,..;.?„?: ??« ? I OABRINGTON ,9TAKESj run at Randwiok; 30th Deoetaber.' 100,000 |; ? ..? i tioketS'afc-5/2/-'- ''?-' : : ' ' ^^^^ '' '; ;. | ? . -. /? ?!..'; /Iinjjjoitant ? Notice!; : :,r';:y J ^*, '? n ,'On.alJ Swoops; on, Rapps tuu after' January,. .1906, tli«S TagplaqUn rQoi-. vernmon't Stjojnpp Tax will bo 2d on each 5a TioUot, /aoi, 4d.-,.oni.;eaob. J,03 Ticket. Oljents r#ust .thorofore.add these amounts. to their, remittances, (? ??, , ,The T&araanian .Government! has authorised tbe-Trustees of) tho estate, of the. iate'jfiebrga Adain's.ta carry oatlie license and .. oonduob tba, sweep buBineaa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

W^ f7\ V^' ^ i. A. Padula? * THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Gobar, Has always on hand the Lest eelooted stook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, v IN THE DISTRICT. Vl Prices compared with the vatue of our goods,] are the lowest in Cpbar. b The only Qualified -. Resident OpticlfciW - - Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Arc prepared to entei into oonttaota tot ~ supplying Ohinesa for ting-barking and eorub-oatting, as wall as Chinese servants I and oooks for stations. I J LARGE STOCKS OP OBOOKERT, J _ IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carriea. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &.c. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Oraers Promptly Attendea to. i ? . — - j I MORRISON Bros'. | LINE OF I Royal Mail Goaches % Leave the Booking Office, next the . I Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, t Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and I . SATURDAY, at 5-3a p.m.. tor I' WILCANNIA, WHlk CLIFFS.BRflKEN H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

j p Unmni y^^\ He stepped into Onss Baiter. / \ OUT StOFC 4€IBHB^ A^^^_ . \ with a detenninatioD to De 7 a s I^&ZS \ better dressed. He had read our ? .* f^SHfb \ \ '^ — ''^ rea-* true- **e wa3 ' /'^~W^ri, ? \ 'emP'8d to come. He came, 'Y^jjfilSL I And stepped out ? - /jp|¥|J|| / a better dressed ' I^^R'^^^^/ See the satisfied look on his face. |-??^»W'^8^-Kb*»r Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance ' I x3' V^iJsl^lP' he '^ imparted to his clothes— look at / IX*1 jftibiy Pay particu- / v \ Styles I W*,^ K*f I***1 attention I ^^- \ D .. I j[ ^y of the athletic, per- 1 ^3^S5ffl»i a'crDS» \ K-' .if ' ectly - constructed' \ Ka*GgT| Materials, \ I y shoulders of the \ »* jg7 -J ColonL Yet this is but a metaphor of what ^^^^«^^^?X hundreds of men are doing weekly. §3?s»3«sSa|8giK5^\ They realise that the initial outlay costs mm^^M^Wk \ just as much for the badly.fitting Suit m^Wm^Ms X as for the perfectly-fitting Suit si^liPllPt \ He directed his steps to Economy, ^fe^i^^ /Ilil ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

THE PEINTING HOl'SEI OF THE WEST. f All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on j the Premises. ? | Workmanship— The Best. [ Wj Charges— The Lowest. ? I?/ ? * T^i 'Western Age,' Barton Street, Cobar.

Publication Title: Western Age
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SHRAPNEL. ITS DEADLY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

SHRAPNEL. ITS DEADLY WORK. There can be no doubt that It is the ar tillery rather than the Infantry which w playine the most deadly liart In the present conlllct. The arms which are principally employed In the former branch of the ser vice are the machine guns, which pour a terrifying rain of lead into the opposing forces, and the weapon which hurls the shell known as shrapnel, probably the most de structive arm In light artillery. Tho Injuries of the Breater portion of the wounded have been indicted by the bullets Hung hither and thither when this missile explodes. Shrapnel receives its name from General H. Shrapnel, who invented the shell during the Peninsular war. This Ingenious artiller ist conceived the Idea of lining a hollow shell with small metallic odds and ends, and providing it with an explosive charge. When the latter was detonated, naturally the con tents were scattered In all directions. The Phrapnel. however, has undergone conslder ablo Improvement In recent years, it...

Publication Title: Western Age
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A SHARP BOMBARDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

S ?A§SI#RP BOMBARDMENT. ^K?-^'- ??? .:.-?-? ^?'5rv.....T, -.. ... ? ? ^BfeSj,V ' Tho first -'thlng.tb.at strikes a landsman on ^?ra?-§£j*jnan-qf-war. Jef the rigid discipline observed ^BSi^S'NWWhCTe- On.some of the ships belonging ^^^^fg^^gpjoa.1. countries, however, discipline ^?^^^yEBffiafefef'itJjtttVtlan man-of-war, was M^Pq«HlSeSM6§Srt-«r-.'uf-Fon au Prince. Ono H^-^ni&MiSUAWpdCTOlves-cuua forks on the gun H-.r . ^ deS&ttS^nKtuddenly called . away, and t^m ..-,,. ne «eucea. tne-:;jne«Bfl*w»-*u':-.-«.--*niveii ,iui» X : '.£-- l°*to »nd '(ituck'tt.invwjrnittriotof. the 10ln. H ' : ? - ???' .-? . . an. hour; afterwards the ?rtomlral cnote; aboard, ? H . -v and aa th» gnu-wan loattel (*fith yblaiik cart ? .' -.v, '? TldgB:.tHer^M»Stit to: flfo!». «a-«t^ Yi ;-r ' ' 9 ' '???????? ? rIt''happenea'that-.tKa !*unv.w.aa'*lniea to 9 - ?' ' v wardlthe tbwfv'and '^lmont point-blank, to the M ' -.i Grand Hotel,:- vrfierKuoatV;!\j(«ei»4bli«d;on-th« i^r — ' potfiK^to'/irttiieM-...

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LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

LATEST FASHION. A becoming coat and skirt of black satin, nniile -with :i vest of white ami black silk, ltliu-k in iliaphonous materials is having quite a voguo. ^^^^^^^^^^ ??.

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GERMAN ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 12 December 1914

GERMAN ATROCITIES. Britisher supplies more proofs:— I read In your paper a few weeks ago that Independent Inquiries had been made In Eng '? : land to ascertain the truth regarding tho re* ported maiming of wounded soldiers and non combatants In Belgium; and -that they -had not. been able to find a single case. By this, week's English mall I have received a letter from my mother. In which Bho tells me that she has visited an old school chum of mine *n hospital. Ho was wounaed in action o] a bullet In the thigh, and. was afterwards found'by German soldiers, who cut off both his hands and pushed both his eyes out In the same hospital she saw Belgian children of three and- four years old with their feet ? '. and hands off. This evidence of German culture Is to be found in. Warnford Hospital, Leamington,' England, ' and doubtless there are moreta be found in other towns. I have this day volunteered lor active service, and If r do not manage to wipe but bIx sausage ??'?'. eaters7fpr each....

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