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COBAR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

COBAR COUNCIL To the ordinary thinking ratepayer it must be evsry day more and more apparent that the Oobar Oonnoil is not carrying out the functions of its oflice in tbe vmy the people would desire. W-- know that aldermen at times bave -i tnankless task in con nection willi their honorary position, and that instead of ha'pence they more ofto. than not get kicks. Nev ertheless, tint way tbe business of the local Coiiiii-il has been conducted lately ciilU for oritioism. Night after night tliu aldermen meet and go through ih' routine business, but tbe result is of little value to tbe munici pality. Ir. would seem that practi cally t!.H whole of the time of the Council ib taken up in quibbling over ridiculous points ol order and otliei; inane matters that might be pardoned i» a meeting of schoolboys, but i* curlainly not adding to the dignity of k deliberative body suoh as a Wnnici jjhI Counoil should be. Tbe time of ihe meetings is wasted in this way — with obildish Ballys at each oth...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SEAL KAISER. "NOT QUITE THE GENTLEMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

THE REAL KAISER. 'NOT QUITE THE GENTLEMAN.' Mr. Frederick William Wile, a former Berlin correspondent of the 'Daily Mail,' writing in that paper, says: — The time has come to paint the Kaiser iu his real colours. His knightly de scription of the British Expeditionary Force as 'General French's contempt ible little army' absolve!! us all from any obligations imposed by ordinary honour to refrain from telling what we know about the Emperor William that is. Far too long an unthinking world has boon hypnotised by the cheap magic of his sporadic personality. For six weeks and more 1 have had in my possession a letter which is pro bably tho most formidable arraignment of the real Kaiser ever placed before the British public. Its force lios in its temperatcness and brevity; its value in. the fact that every syllable of it breathes knowledge ami authenticity. I may not discloso the namo of my 'cor rospoudent, but it is that of a person who for many years was a member of the Imperial Househo...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. A Merry Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

SUMMARY. A Merry Christmas. Bankiu's Beer for Xmas. Order now. LinBloy-stroet (opp. Stadium).* Mr. A. Franoisoo has something of importance to say to tbe people of Oobar in this issue. Tbe catoh of tbe season— M'Grath and Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, we mean Sale.* For Xmas we are reduoing prices in all departments. Come in and see for yourself. — WARD'S.* In a billiard match against Os borne, George Grey' pat up a world's record break off ivory balls, by secur ing 1051. Tbe Great Australian Film ' The Silence of Dean Maitland,' with lecturer, Wrigbtville Pictures, 9th January, 1915.* Notwithstanding the reticence of tbe local authorities, it is still be lieved matters are shaping themselves towards an early resumption of oper ations by the Great Oobar. Yon can make tbe best purchases in children's footwear and hosiery at A. B. OAMPBEliL's.* Our Xmas price reduoing haB start ed. Buy your Xmas presents and requirements at greatly reduced prices at Ward's.* At the local court th...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW YEAR TOURS. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

NEW YEAR TOURS. , PERSONALLY CONDUCTED. For several y«ars past tho Govern ment Tourist Burean has mado a spoclnl feature of its personally conducted tours. These tours arc run at intervals during the year to the leading beauty spots and holiday resorts. Participants, and particularly those from tho country districts, have invariably derived much enjoyment from these unique outings. The tours, which are always accom panied by an expert official from the Hureau, are mapped out with tho view of enabling those forming tho p.arty to sec what is best worth seeing under the most comfortable conditions and at minimum cost. Tho Now Year tour in to Burrinjuck and through the Fodoral Capital terri tory. The Royal Military Collogo, one of (ho most up-to-date in tho Empire, will also be inspected. Tourists will leave Sydney at 10.5 p.m. on New Year's Bve and roturn to the city on ??Sunday, 3rd January. This excursion should appeal particularly to country people, who will bo afforded an oppor tun...

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 — 23 December 1914

Public Opinion. To the Editor WKSTRBN AqB. Sir,— Your correspondent, ' 0. J. Woollett,' seems annoyed at any one who does not approve of his ideas, and goes in for abusing and insulting anyone and everyone that does not follow him ; but coming from such a source they are beneath notioe. T nota bo save the chairman con gratulated him on his ' effusion.' If suoh was tho case, surely he could see tho ohairman was ' pulling his leg' — unless he is so carried away by his own importance that he could not feel the tug. Yonre, &a., GBAZIEB.

Publication Title: Western Age
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THE ORCHARD. SECOND GRADE FRUIT. Turning it to Profit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

THE ORCHARD. SECOND GRADE FRUIT. Turning it to Profit. What means may the progressive or i-hardist adopt for dealing with second ami third grade fruit so that it can be turned to maximum profit without depreciating the value of first grade? In answer to that perennial ques tion we offered some suggestions last year applicable chiefly to stone fruits. Growers who arc disposed to make use of some of the methods then advocated will be supplied with bullotins and leaflets on application to the Depart ment of Agriculture, Sydney, but there are other means by which second grade fruit can be turned to money. The Best Way. Undoubtedly the best way of all is to grow no third grade and as little second grade as possible. These quali ties are always a source of weakness to the market, reducing the returns even for the best lots, and it is possible, by sound methods to limit thoir produc tion to an absolute minimum, licgular cultivation to conserve moisture and improve soil conditions, will ens...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME COMFORTS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

BOMB COMTOETS IN SYDNET. A' Bond proof of the appreciation or viBitors to Sydney of tho home eomforta proviaed by 'The People'*- Palace,' 40T Pitt-street, is in the faet, that the patrosa age las so increased as to justify ft* es» laigcmoBt to 730 rooms. Perfect Bmnifct tion, electric light throughout passinecr lifts, oak furnishinRS, da- and ^iglrtist- tendant, Bpatioua dining bsIoob, excellent cmsmo and separate refreshment raonatv etc., are just a few of the features »'~t nayo helped it into sueh popular favdnr. Being under the controlling Deads of tfco* BalvatioiTirmy has made it the trnste* home of country visitors. Tariff, .In na to 4s. 3a. per day.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

The War. Sydney, Monday. 11 a.m. II. ie oflicially announced .tbnt the Allies lepulhcd un attack at Teen B.hafle, tind mude good progress in tlto noiehlkuirliood of Eorteke. A Qer maii column w»e Borprieed and out to pieces. A seaman who participated in the bombardment of NIeuporfc and Mid dlekirk states that the Germans at one point replied witb a naval 12in. gon, cnonnted ashore Ad Amsterdam paper states there was fierce eon fire on the ooMt on Saturday, at whioh warships assisted. TraiDloads of woaoded have arrived at Brngea. They are mostly being Bent further eastwards. Befogees report that the Germans have posted eight 1C centimetre gons, several reaching the guns on the sand at Domes, between Drinsergen and Heyrt. German troops are concentrating along the Dutoh frontier between Ooatham and Meerhoas. After a devastating fire from the Frenoh on the north-eastern side of Arras, the Germans ahandoned their trenohes and retired to Blangey and Sfc. Laurent. 183 priests were shot, wo...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

THE PRINTING ELOrSE OF THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship— The Best. Charges— the Lowest. the 'Western Age/' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

rmu-mi ^^^\ ® stepped into .'- Draw Batter, f \ OUT StOI*C **—— ^^ - i/^^^k—i ?'?' \ *M\ ? determlnadon to be a / /c^R/ \ better dressed. He had read our ; * w : J^^BMti\ \ *&*? ? thty read tTue- **e was i£ . ' .' t~'^£r% I 1 trniPtB^ to C'1118- He came, 5 V^llpw [And stepped out '?? *r ' I^oBrPjPsB^I/ See the satisfied look on his face. ' IwHtttt^NSiBSBSlX Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance -- - ' I N^\vfp^SaP^ he had imparted to his clothes— look at I Er -^s ^ '*e athletic, per* I *'J7^^^Trat rfluCTIISj \ wSs*r fcdly - coDstructed 1 R^**^ fir 1 M3lCfI3lS- \ [* j* shoulders of the % Tfc .*j ^^ fftlnrc Yet this is but a metaphor of what 1^^^^^^^\ hundreds of men are doing weekly. I§ip|3?SilWaK!|gsl\ They realise that the initial outlay costs *reaS^g!gBftS%ala X just as much for the badly-fitting Suit H^H^ X as for the perfectly-fitting Suit. llP%^PllPu \ He directed his steps to Economy, I Ek^M&&tt?& \ too, because, whilst he paid the same as I J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

Ml a^L^at wV M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician In Cobar, Has always on hand the best selected stoek of : . Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN^THB DI8TEI0T. Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. C/. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Ate prepared to enter into oontraota for ?applying Chinese for ring-barking and Borab-ontting, as well aa Obinena eerronta and oooks for stations. LARGE STOCKS OF 0EO0KEEY, IRONMONGERY, GEOOEEY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and . SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &o. HIGHEST PBIOES QIVBH. Orders Promptly Attended to. - MORRISON Biros'. LINE OF „ Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY. THURSDAY, and W^fe^TlteB^HIU and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage . must be booked, delivered and...

Publication Title: Western Age
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TIPPERARY IN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

TIPPERARY IN CHURCH. Frequent comment haa been made upon th« fact that soldiers in the Hold for the most part prefer lively tunes of a far from classi cal nature as a means of Inspiration and en heartenment even to the national airs of their country. A somewhat startling recog nition of this Idiosyncrasy of tho lighters was recently given In one Canadian city, accord ing to the Philadelphia Evening Ledger:— A striking Incident occurred at the conclu sion of High Mass in St. Patrick's Church recently, whnn th« vnjit cnncreiration was astounded to hear the great organ peal out tho tune, 'It's a Long, Long Way to Tlp perary.' st. Patrick's is the largest IrlBh Catholic congregation in Canada, and thou sands of Us members are In the contingent ot 82,000 Canadian soldiers on their way across the Atlantic to the war. As tho first noteB of the now famous tune wore heard the whole congregation stood still, amazed by the unusual non-church music. The feeling of surprise was followed Instantl...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOBACCO GROWING. The Value of Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

TOBACOO GROWING. hV- A The Value of Cultivation. The tobacco plant responds quickly to cultivation, and neglect of it iB shown , very clearly in tho valuo of the tobacco. No plant is more sensitive to | proper treatment in this rcspoet, and the ? grower should therofore aim at keeping ? his land in fine tilth and free from ? ?weeds until the plantB are ripening. I By creating a fine surlaco mulch, excea- I sivi- evaporation of moisture during dry weather can be avoided, but a largo portion of tho root system of the tobacco 'plant is nenr tho surface, and the cultivation must therefore bo shal low. The Tobacco Export adviBes getting to work with tho horse culti vator stud hoe as soon as a crust forms nn the surface, or the ground becomes hard. 'It may bo stated generally that the crop should receive a thorough cultivation every week or ten days after the plants have started growing until the horsn cultivator cannot be used without damaging tho leaves owing to their size.' As the plan...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WE BARBARGIANS." CHARGES OF BARBARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

'WE BARBARGIANS.' CHARGES OF BARBARITY. Under tho ironical title, Wo Barbarians, the Kolnlscho Zcitung publishes a splrltc* artlclo in which tho opprqbrium '«??--'! up on aormuny by tho press of her allied ad versaries, as represented by such groat Jour nals as the London Times und tho Paris Guulols and Temps, is characterised as un deserved as well as intentlona ly slanderous Gorman soldiers and the Kaisers 'subjects in general, ure declared quite ''^Pal'0 °' the cruelties and outrages attributed to hem on hearsay, by these French, English, and Belgian newspapers, «.» -?-* --? ????- --? wii nrn lniti rire not only leaders in art, me raturo? and phHoso -hy but they feel deeply [ho desuueuon of tho archltec tural monu ments which lay within the lino of bau o and tho desolation in villages and towns which followed their triumphal miitli. Tho London Times had spoken of the in fumy of Louvuln' und denounced editorially 'the incredible barbarity of tho Go man'. organ, which quotes a lett...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. FJ These Notes arc issued every week, under tlm personal supervision of the UHon. W. 0. Ashford, ifXnister for Agriculturo, N.B.W., and are based mainly Lion the experience of the Department. No. mo. AGRICULTURAL. STORE MOISTURE. , For Next Season's Wheat Crop. One subject there ia that is of Unit im- , portanee to the wtacatgrower at the I present time. The conditions that have i mado the harvest that is now boing ? garnered a failure on too largo a portion .' of our wheatflelds, have also delayed ' the preparations of many t'armors who, ' under more favorable eiruumstuncea, j would ere now have bud broad acres ' ploughed ill rcadiue.ss for next season's : sowing. These men havo waitod week ? after week for rnin to ameliorate soil conditions, anJ some of them now find themselves with less fallow than they havo hail tor several years. To those so situated, ami to thoso hundreds of others who would enhance next year's crop by ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE! (Made in Germany.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

PEACE! (Made in Germany.) Fifty members of the Reichstag, Privy Councillors, and other members of the German Centre Party have addressed to the Cardinals at Rome a pamphlet con taining an ardent plea for the German cause. It declares that for forty year» Germany has been the apostle of peace In Europe. Forty apostles — apostles of Peace, Praying that Battles and Death may cease. Each of them cultured and eloquent — ('Culture'— the Prussian brand Is meant!); Each of them preaching, I unaerstana, Tho blessed Peaco of the Vaterland. TJie blessed Peace of tho Kaiser's hordes — Tho l'eace of bayonets, and bombs, and swords' Tho Peaco which slaughters, and burns, and The Peace of rnpine — tho Peace that kills; The Peaco which stalks with a flaming brand — ? Tho holy Peace ot the Yaterland. Let them go preach In a land of flame Tho German Peaco and tho German shame; The German shame that could violate Its honor pledged to a neutral State; Go to Louvain whore tho fires woro fanned By the br...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITALY FULL OF SPIES. GERMAN WOMEN AS LURES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

ITALY FULL OF SPIES'. GERMAN WOMEN AS LURES. Tho other morning tiicro was a. disturbance In tho Via Passarella, a few yards from my hotel, and on investigation I found that an elegantly dressed woman was being taken to tho police station under tho escort of two carabineers and three policemen (writes J. A. Sinclair Pooloy from Milan to tho London Dally Express). Tho noxt day it was mado clear in tho papers that tiio police had convincing proof that she was a dangerous Austrian spy. Hor nuinc was Klebor, and she camo from Vienna und for Homo tlmo had been kcoplng a sort I of private pension hero. ? Her apparent business was to Import Aus- H trinn and German girls who had small wed- B ding portions, and introduce them to Italian | officers in the hope of receiving a commls- I slon on their marriage. Sometimes mar- I riages resulted and sometimes they did not, I but tho glrlH, besides being charged by their I marriage vows to ninko good and faithful I wives, were previously charged by ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

Bath Your Baby With Rex ona Soap. A healthy baby always enjoys a bath, and Bexonn Soap makes your child a healthy baby. It keeps bis skin fresh and Ewoet, his scalp so clean and wholesome. Any irrita tion of the skin which keeps baby awoke, or makes him oross and peevish, Bexona Eoap will quickly soothe. A refreshing bath with Bexona Soap and gentle annointing with Bexona will cool hjs skin, and take away all discomforts so that baby and mother will sleep quietly. The pure, sweet emoilments used in Bexona Soap are suited to baby's delicate skin, and keeps it in the best condition. Bexona babies are oontented babies, bocausa they feel well cared for and comfortable. Get a tablet of Bexona Soap from your obemisc or grocer. The prica is 1/-. You are sure to like it. When our Sale flag is flying, tha.. prioos are low. — M'Grath and Pow-* derly, Meroery Specialists.* Tyres vulcanised, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or any class of motor or oyole work. — H. DOGGER, Linsley street. 4 Word r...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 December 1914

Cricket. On Sunday last a team of tbe Oo bar Sunday Orioket Club proceeded to the O.S.A., where they played a friendly game with tbe locals. At the conclusion of the game, the mem bers of eaoh team adjourned to ,tha C.S.A. Hotel, where the usual toasts were exchanged. Tbe Oobar boys speak highly of the sproad provided by Miss Sallaway. The return jour ney of tbe Oobarites occupied three quarters of an bour, tbe driver of tbe motor car performing some marvel lous feats. It is said he disdained the road and carved out quite a new traok for himself through tbe scrub. Following are the scores ; — E. Burke, b Britton ? G J. Pomroy, b Ackerman . ... 1 W. Harris, b Aokormat? ,«? ... 4 J, Burke, b Vigor ... ... 17 T. Butcher, b Britton ? SG B. M'Qrath not out ? 36 W. Whalon, o Francisco, b Aekennan ? 16 K. Burke, b Ackorroan ... 4 T. J. Lowo. st Kinkoad ... 3 Scndrio. ? 9 151 Cobar. D. Dprcry, b E. Burke ... 30 J. Britton, not out ? 20 O, Aokorman, b 3. Burke ... 56 R. Tiorman, b E. Burke ....

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