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Cobar Convent School. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

Cobar Convent School. In eoiinofi'.ioii with the recent ex amination -ii pupils of tho above school, (.iu '.minors (tho Homo Study !!,:;iiit-,s College writo as fol lows : All y r.:r pupils woro succoss fnl in tint rivonfc oxomination. Tlio m.irks g.iiiio;! iu oach caso wore par tiiMilniy high. It is easy to soo that tjivit enthusiasm prevails in your commercial clas3. ] Tho follov/iiig pupija passed in tho j order imli.vited : — j Jimi- .? :licn tliand. — Georgo Bolton 90 p :r i- 'ii; , Ivy Whitlock 100 per cent , '.Villie Loano S5 par cent., Ted ' Mihnl.iv.' '.10 por cent., Catherine Loanu 1)0 por ceut., May Jones 95 [)er went. j Iniennodiate Shorthand. — Kene i Munro 95 per cent., Mary L-.'.wson | 1)0. Eva Walsh 95, Nellie Honnos-^y I 100, Elva Burns 95. Spaed Shorthand. — May Irnin, j Reno Hutley. Elomoiitary Bookkeeping. — Augus tus Kipp, 100 per cent. The following pupils were from Hie Wriglitvillo Convent School, th'. ex aminers being the Phoenetie Insti tute, Bathurst : — Ju...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOLED THE FRENCH. HOW BISMARCK DID IT. SECRET HISTORY OF LAST WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

FOOLED THE FRENCH. | HOW BISMARCK DID IT. SECRET HISTORY OP LAST WAR. There arc likely to bo many points of simi larity between the war now being fought and the Franco-Prussian War of 43 years ago* For instance, tho war made tho German Em piro and destroyed the French Empire. It would not bo astonishing if thu present war should destroy tho German Empiro and mako tho Gorman republic, which will bo as great an improvement upon tho present Em pire as is tho French Republic upon the Em inre premucu over Dy XNapoieon in. FRENCH HATRED OF PRUSSIA. In 1865 Germany fought Austria, then con sidered by far tho most powerful military Power In Europe, and defeated her. But tho war did not fulfil Bismarck's expectations of making a united Germany. When Germany and Austria wero fighting Napoleon III. aip penred inclined to support Austria, but ho was cajoled by Bismarck, who intimated that if Franco remained neutral sho would be rewarded with a slice of territory on tho west bank of the Rhino la...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

The catoh of tbe season — M'Grath and Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, we mean Sale.*

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TOMMIES. A FRENCH VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

TOMMIES. A FRENCH- VIEW. Dieu! but ze Tommies can fight'. Zey know not ze meanings of fright. Une bombo she bang go!— Zey chant loud 'Wot oh!' And proverbs mos' strange zey recite. Zey shrink not from terreeble skenes, Zey laugh at zo decdly machines! Bravo! Zey mako sharge At Gormans moro large, And geeve to zem beaucoup des boans! And wen zero goes somot'ing all wrong, When ver' special 'ell comes along, Zey lift oop zeir voice And make zo glad noise Of 'Are we donarted? . . Non! So 'Vivent. les bons Tommies!' I say— Les -Tommies t res braves et tres gaisl Come, toast zem some beers And geeve com trois sheers— Ze Tommies!— 'eep, 'eep, 'eep, 'ooray. -^J. J. Bell, in the Daily Chronicle. 'Safety first' Is unable to gain a foothold la Europe. — Chicago Hewn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

A* ? ^ ? -?«»» THE PRINTING I H SJ- j J O'' THE WEST. I I All Olarsrs of G-neral arc. J:m- | merdal Printing Executed on f the Premises. j Workmanship— Tfr* Best. \ 1 i Chargoa — The Lowest, i i , | 7 SI 'Western Age/' j Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

V\ He stepped into Drus Belter. / \ our Store \ with a determination to ne 5 -5 \ ^e'er dressed. He had read our I l^nltlfi \ ac's* — 'lcy rcat' truc- was B / v t \ lemP'°^ '° come. He came, I I stepped out I I jumL, I a better dressed ; ' - Mw^\ J man ? ' See the satisfied look on his face. . H ' I vrJ^in^ Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance | / V* , tij U^r he had imparted to his clothes— look at i / 7il Jt' \/ his clothes ... / fi ''--.{Si.. / are cut in — / \ Latest I I I'll H / pay partiFu' / ? \ Styles, I i~Z^y the athletic, per- 1 Patterns, V fectiy - constructed \ (v/'??/ I Materials, ? V co°'!ders °Vhe \ JQy \ CoIors ' Yet this is but a metaphor of what ] | hundreds of men are doing weekly. They realise that the initial, outlay costs \ just as much (or the badly-fitting Suit » \ as for the perfectly-fitting Suit. ' I He directed his steps to Economy, IfiPtl \ too, because, whilst he paid the same as I Mmmmmm \ u before, his new Suit wore twice as long. \ i That i?f he s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

Q ' M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the bosfc selected stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Go. General Storekeepers and | Produce Merchants, I CORNlSHTOWN, COBAR, Aro prepared to entor into contraota for supplying Chinoso (or ring-barking and 8orub-outting, as woll as Ohineao Bervante and cooks for stations. LARGE STOCKS OP CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, I MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. | Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &.C. [ HIGHEST MUCES GIVEN. I Orders Promptly Attended to. I 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 CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, a...

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LORD CURZON'S "DONT'S." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

LORD CURZON'S 'DONT'S.' Lord Curzon, addressing a jneetlng at Harrow, gave the following twelve pieces ot advice: — Don't think the wur docs not affect you individually. ~ . Don't be overjoyed at victory; don't bo ' downhearted at defeat. Don't be unnerved by personal or family bereavements. Don t bo rrigntenea at tho casualty lists, so long and sometimes so distressing. Don't think that you know how to wago the campaign and that tho War Office does'.-'.-' not. ? Don't get nervous because the progress of ? the war is slow: it can only be slow- In those stages. Don't believe all that comes from Berlin. Don't underrate tho enemy. Don't waste breath in attempting. to ascer tain what is to happen to the German Em peror In this world or tho next Wo -will endeavor to dispose of him In this world. Don't begin to divide up the German Em pire before you havo got hold of lt Dori't listen to anyone who cries 'Halt!' before wo have carried out the full purpose for which wo are lighting. When th...

Publication Title: Western Age
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BERNHARDI TO AMERICA. WARNING AGAINST PEACE. CRIMINAL LUNATIC'S RAVINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

BERNHARDI TO AMERICA. WARNING AGAINST PEACE. CRIMINAL LUNATIC'S RAVINGS, I)ort'Vr.?mM?,1VVll!Uh ,Knt'113' librarians ro port is rud in bnglaiid more than any other and th^rS vi1 vV'1 « 18 Bunihur-ll*s 'Germany V net- .^n ; Uur n.8uys u writer in au 'cV cm rt - , Tlu;r' i» reason lor tills ; ? - perhaps If it becomes known .. Sh. author pays his respects to this will lfavi,.'.,V,Umb0ri °c 'ussuS«a, tho booli .niii. I ? keener Interest lor us. Tho udmlnul11.11 ?ulllur oC thia «'urk lius a high (Ir Itluullmn or,wu';,aa thu sreut Instrument uxaal'-'rutIon ut peace congresses, ar schemes, anil iiucillst inovemonts th.it occupy the dominant thought ol America to-day. Von Bernhardt ileclures that 'ef- forts directed toward the abolition of war must- not only bo termed foolish, but abso Jutcly Imniorul, and muut bo described as unworthy of tlie huinun race.' llo qulto frankly disbelieves that nations can be hon est in their desires for peace, and looks upon their efforts in that direction a...

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WITH THE GUNS. HOW THE FRENCH FIGHT. A PEN PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

WITH THE GUNS. HOW THE FRENCH FIGHT. A PEN PICTURE. William IIopo Hodgson writes in the Pall Mall Gazette:— A fleldgun rips out with a quick, Intensoly urgent crack In the sound. You slam your prlsmatlcs against your eyes and 'watch out' at three .thousand ono hun dred metres (for it is a French gun, with-. My word! And the 'drilling' I've had. 'Mention no names, my friend. N° names! Mind you! Heigh! but you wish to see war! — You wish to give your countrymen a picture— a word-picture, you namo It—of how Frenchmen fight. Then como with me, inon ami. For tho rest, you shall sco us at our work, as we are truly, and you shall tell all tho world that there are nowhero men who more love to light than my beloved soldiers. Now watch.' Abruptly — far away over the patch of thin plnewood— there (licks into sight a single little red star of fire; and then Is gone. In stead, there hangs In the air, whore the little * star of red fire had come and vanished, a wool-white (ball of smoke, Intensel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

' A Weak Stomach. Will not permit of sufficient to he oaten to ensuro health and strength. A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to keop up tho strongth even if it wero eating. Do not try to cure dyspepsia or otlior stomach troubles by dieting. Satisfactory work of musolo or brain cannot bo performed on half rations. A variety of food and plenty of it is necessary. DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVIf TABULES is tbe remedy that will let you eat all you need — or want. If you uBe DR. SHELDON'S DI GESTIVE TABU LES you witt soon be ablo to eat any and all kindB of food. DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES are th«v only digestant or combination ol digestants that will digest all classeB of food. When you take DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES everything you eab . tastes good, '-td every hit of tho nutriment thit it contains is as similated iini' 'appropriated by tho blood and tissues. Did you ever boar of -a man or woman being sick or woak who could eat hoartily, and who enjoyed ? their meals? Every m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

tin firaitffSR I fei' .f v JfiL |':-1 ? Wl Mm ? Mill ft -- -UI'''}-^ fi^5^ MHHpMi i §EJ\ {aw m i-n mil 11 m nam mwii mk j IgP ? VjIRBNTT I Pyou want the best returns for I I I PRODUCEand STOCK. | TRY I HAPRI50N,J0NES«DEVIIN 11° I ' j sydNEY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. J Murdoch's Panamas | f „*?, Post Free * 1 j all over Australia. j* i -w ^ i Lei us send you one of these | -| j new Ciy Shape Panamas. h J % J Brims are 2m. to 2 'A in. aide. f,'-J V IgfEl* The Hats are of unbreakable I A /iffilr plait, have Silk Cord Bands, pi ]t IsMf and are filled with genuine ju V Sweat Leathers. Every size | \WmW Post Free anywhere tor | V vvx f/ ^ ^ 1816 | This 15/6 'Murdoch' Panama is 1 'Dnnrhl' Value 0i fxnellJ woven v.nbreak- $ uunay vuiuv. ablcplaiti(:onmr!ibtebrim | so that you can wear it in a dozen shapes— filtea if? w ih sweat leather and fade- K I h'ss band — your choice ot f] ; ' ;_s kj ' 2xAin., 2Vuti, ?SsAin. to 3Vtitu .4^F-'- -W !i 1 Brim tor 15/6 Post Free. „ *j Ano her big' Murdo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

jattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, 1'. ' Tiismsmia ) RBQ W OPEN. DECEMBER HANDICAP, run ut Roseliill, 12th Docember, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. OARRINGTON STAKES, run at Randwiok, 30th December, 100,000 tiokets at 5/2. L Important Notice, On all Sweeps on Races run aflor .Tamnry, 190G, tlie Tasmanian Go vernment Stamp Tax will bo 2il on ouch 5s Tiuket, a'nd 4d on oaoh 10a Tioket. Clients must therefore add thuso amouuts to their remittances. I The Tasmahiau Government lias authorised the Trustees ol the estate of the late George Adams to carry on the license and conduct tho sweep business under the same management as for several years past. C0B^ MEDICAL flflLL. Marshall-Street. mitoiull. 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. Til© OSummsrcia! &8©t©l EDWARD STREET, CANBELEGO. 1§® J©il!31i©llli- p'-priet°...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

Latest Telegrams. Sydnry, Saturday, 10 a.m. . The executive of tlio I Rstoralifitflr Union has entered a strong protest against tli* Amending Liud Tux Bill. It is feared the luxes in (lie Western Division will prove disastrous, and may rosult in areai hoing abandoned. Tlio intor-stato miolict match be tween Now South Wales and South Australia opened at Adelaide yester day. The former in tlioir nrsc innings made 241. South Australia havo ? four wickets down for 40 runs.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

Official Correspondence. Tbe following letters have been handed to us for publication : — Department of Labour and Indus try, Sydney. 12th Dec., 1914. Sir, — In reply to your letter of 7th inst., asking that provision might be made for tbe granting of passes to women and children at Cobar who araleitin destitute circumstances by their hus bands and fatborB respectively, who aro now employed half-time 011 var ious works throughout the State, I have tho lioncr to inform you, by Ministerial direction, that all such requests for concessions in connection with railway travelling will bo dealt with 011 tho morits of the individual caso. Where tho Department con siders a frco railway pass should bo issued to wives of men employed on Government workB, the pass may lio granted without any condition as to re-payment of cost, hut full inquiry must howevor lie made by tho De partment in all cases before any action is taken. — I liavo, ,&o., J. B. Holme, Under Secretary. C. S. Fern, Esq....

Publication Title: Western Age
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The Price of Bread. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

The Price of Bread. Eviconco as to tho cost of broad manufacture wa9 Saken in Sydney on tbe 7th instant, by tho Necessary Commodities Control Commission,, under Judge Bdmonds. Charles Dyer, of tho Maxtor linkers Association, eaid tho cost of maniv ? faoturing a ton of flour was £10 lis.. and tho cost of ilour delivered at Iiisl bakery was £1'2 2s 6d. From a ton of flour he oould mnko 1320 loaves, which combined with the cost of manufacturing worked out bc aboufc 4d per loafi Georgo Baea, mnnagor of the Stat» Bakery, stated his weekly outputs was exceptionally high. He em ployed 8iK- bakers and two lioys, ani tbey turned- out twenty-five, tons week. On an average 1340 to 135ft loaves went to tho ton of flour. considoredi -id a fair prico for a tinned loaf. Wo understand that to, laud flour at tho bakery in Collar is now ? costing £13 9s 6d per ton.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Death of Mr. T. C. K. M'Kell. WELL KNOWN MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

Death of Mr. T, C. K. M'Kell. WELL KNOWN MAGISTRATE Mr. T. C. K. McKoll, stipendiary magistrate at Newcastle, diod at a private hospital in Sydney on Tues day morning, nfc the age of 65. He was a native of Bathurst, and was one of the best-known po!ic» oonrt magistrates in tbe Stato. During tbe early dBys of the Public. 'Service Association he took a keen interest in the movement, am} h» was also a prominent figure in Masonic circles. IIo has left a. ?widow, throe sons, and- two daugh ters. Ono of big sous is now with tho Expeditionary Forco in Egypt, and anothor is Mr. Norman M'Kell. public accountant, of Sydnoy. The lato Mr. M'Koll was for somo yoars polico magistrate lit Cobar. Tlio late Mr. T. C. McKoll, P.M.,. was a well known man along tlio woot,. aud ~liis tall, military hearing; engaged tho attention of passers by wliorever he happened to ho Ho was a native of Hiithunt, whorti he- was stationed for many years, and always took nn activo part in any thing that spel'od progress...

Publication Title: Western Age
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

PRESBYTERIAN. Uobar, Sunday, Deo. 20, 1914.— 11 a.m., ' 4 Death of Stephen.' 7.30 p.m., ' Tho Book of books.'* Short, bright sorvice. All arc wolcomo. David MacGregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 19 December 1914

Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. | Cobar. — Mass at 7.30 a.m. and 10 h.ui. Evening Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Wrightvillo. — Moss at 8 n.m.; Evouing ! Dovotions ab 7.30 p.m. Xtnas D.vy. — Cobar, Maan 7.30, 8.30 and 10 a.m., Bcncdiction aftor 10 o'clock Mass. Wrightvillo — Mass, 8, 9 and 10 a.m., lioue diction after 10 o'clock Mass. Vory Rov. Doan Hughes, V.F. Rev. J. Sexton.

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