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The War. SYDNEY, Wednesday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

The War. Sydney, Wednesday. 11 a.m. Tho United Statos lms addressed a strong romonstranco to Britain ogainst tbo treatment of American cotnmorco by tho British fleet. The Koto is declared to bo tho strongeRt addressed to any belligerent since tho outbreak of the war. llivory Britiub ship engaged m the Ciixhavcn raid bus relumed to the haso without loss of life or material. It is stated that the damngo done by hydro-aeroplanes is undoubtedly sor ious. One report states that tbo fire of the British cruisers badly damaged a zeppelin. Martin Slabbert, a rebel leader id Capetown,, was captured after a two days' cbaao. His men bad previous ly surrendered. During the fighting at La' Toreza, despite a ^Russian bombardment of the ice, Auatrians attempted to cross. RusBmns attacked, and during band to hand straggles the ioe broke. The fight was continued in the toy water. Two regiments, according to reports from Hungary, made sorties every night for a fortnight from Prezemysr, and seldom more...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROTECTING THE CHILDREN. HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OK STATE CHILDREN RELIEF DEPARTMENT. I. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

PROTECTING THE CHILDREN. HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OK STATE CHILDREN RELIKF DEPARTMENT. Tho growth of tho State Children Be lief Department dates from tho year j 1881, when the State Children Relief j Act, authorising tho boarding out of I children to strangers was passed bv Sir Henry Parkes. Before that time, the work of boarding-out was conducted privately by a few ladies, and operated only in regard tt, few dependent chil dren, large numbers of whom vrero ; maintained in Protestant and Itomnn Catholic schools. Within a few years ? these schools wcro emptied, anj tho children were drafted into tho gs.irrjil population us the result of th0 Act. ?Sinco that time tho State has never re turned to the policy of establishing large institutions tor the caro of chil ? Iron, making use of such on a small snilr, and in a limited way, for special reasons. This policy it has fallen to tho lot ill the State Children's Hcliof Board to maintain aud dovelop. Hence it is at the present time that tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

Constipation. SYDNEY NURSE FREQUENTLY RECOMMENDS DR. MORSES INDIAN ROOT PILL6. -I can stat- that Dr. Mcwa'a In dian Hoot Pills are a very mwfal me diclnd for relief from Constipation and ns a general teiaUve,' wittes Nurse Hannah Arl6n», ef Mgefctll Stroot. Botany, Sydney, M.S.W., T have frequently recommended those Pills to frtonds, rn my ?apaetty of General Nurse, and I tat» »ever heard a complaint aa to tbeV efu cacy. They are our family nwdioine, and I am rarely without them to my house. You may »se thte testimony, . If deslroU. for publicaUon. I am a. resident of this suburb during the/ past forty-six years, and airslng fourteen years.' To maintain a healthy system the bowels should oporato at least once every 24 hours. This la ono of Na ture's wlso provisions which Is too orten Ignored, and tho icsult is un told suffering. Women and children aro the greatest offenders, but why sucli should bo the case is a problem to bo solved. Nature, often requlrei a little assistance, and I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

D, MITCHELL AND CO., LTD., 153 Glarence-St.,' Sydney SCHNAPPS The Pure Aw5DhOli6 -??? ,-^|;;' v'-- ' Every line reJuoed throughout our Storo in ovory ileua'rlment till end of yuar 1914.- F. W.-.W^BD & Co.* 'Bulling Ueibten.1.. nn. «? )lo, ll in only unturol wo huvo gieitV ?? domuiid for Blankelx, mill our pfiifta aro tbo lowoBt. H. Dogger, I.iiiuley utroet. Collar.

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DAIRYING. HOME-MADE BENNET EXTRACT. saving and Curing the Vells. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

DAIRYING,. HOME-MADE RENNET EXTRACT. Saving and Curing the Veils. In view of the possibility of a short ago of tho commercial brands of rennet extract, ono of tin dairy instructors of thu Department provides a method of preparing the home-made article that may bo of service. The process begins with the saving ot* the 'veil,' the name given to the fourth or digestive stomach of the calf, which must bo obtained while the ani mal is still being milk-fed. The calf having been killed, the Jourth stomach is removed, and any curdled milk it contains .wnpticd out. Tho organ is then turned inside out and rubbed liberally with salt, and turned back to its normal condition aud rubbed on the outsido with salt, one end is tied with a string, tho veil blown up in tho samo way as a bladder, and the other end fastened, in which condition it is hung up to dry. When thoroughly dry it is fit for use. Sometimes the veil is partly filled with salt after being emptied of tho curdled milk, the two ends be...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Shocking Mining Accident. AT THE OCCIDENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

Shocking Mining Accident. AT THE OCCIDENTAL. On Saturday morning (Boxing Day) a terrible accident occurred at the Occidental mine, Wrightville, the victim being a young man nnniod Biohnrd Morton, alout 30 yours of ago. Writing this notice boforo the inquest was held, from particular!) supplied by the yiolico Knd others, it nppears that about 10 o'clock on tl-o dny mentioned, Morton and n. mnto named John Wilnon woro engaged runninc innllnptf flir/mfili n huuh nf. Die No. 2 lovel at the Occielontiil gold miiio. To make Uio dirt run frcoly in the pass, Morton wns poking it with a bar through n. crnck in the woodwork, when suddenly it is sup posed a weighty 6tono camo down and struck the end of tlio bar whioh wrb inside the ptisx. Thin CHueod the end cf the bar bulil by Morton to fly upwards, and it xtruck him under the chin, knocking him lmckwtuclH into an open winzo Homo yards away from where he had hoen working The unfortunate mnn'fell a ilixlanco of about ISO feet, into a stopo on ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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AGRICULTURAL. AN ACRE OF POTATOES. Cost of Production. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

AGRICULTURAL AN ACRE OF POTATOES. Cost of Production. An earlier issue of tho 'Weekly Notes' referred to potatoes as one of the crops touching which information about the cost of. production was col lected from managers of experiment farms and inspectors in various dis tricts. From the figures so obtained tho following estimate has been com piled by tho Chief Inspector and the Inspector who has charge of potato ex periments. As in the case of maize, considerable difforencos exist in tho cost of produc ing potatoes in different parts of tho State, but these are due more to locality (distance from tbo Sydney markets; and to the capital value of the land than to anything else. Tho farming methods are very similar throughout, but there aro certain operations, not ably that of planting, in which thoro are slight differences, farmers in one district proferring one method Rnd thoHC iu anothor district another. It is hoped that the subjoined esti mates will be of somo assistance- in providi...

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

THE INQUEST. Mr. N. Morrison, coroner, held an inquest into tho cause of tho above fatal accident at tho courthouse on ?Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Oldfiolci re presented the Mines Department, and Sergeant Kincade did likewise for the police. Mr. Duffy appeared for the Occidental Gold Mining Co. Sergeant Kinkado cave evidence as to having received information of the accidont about ,10 a.m. on 2Gth insfc. With Mr. Oldfield (inspector of mines) he went to tlio Occidental mine, and thero saw Morton's body. Robert John Wilson deposed — Ho was a miner, residing at Wrightville. Ho was working mates with Richard Morton on QGth December. At about 10 a.m. on that dato he and deceased were engaged running a mullock'pass at the No. 2 level in the Occidental mine. The pass was hung up, and deceased got a bar and knocked tho dirt down. Some dirt fell down tbo pass and then he saw deceased falling down a pass feet first. Witness grab bed hold of deceased as he fell, but be lost his hold and nearly fel...

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GATHERING THE WALNUT CROP. And Marketing It. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

GATIIEBING THE WALNUT CROP. And Marketing It. An orcharist who had several walijut trees that are coming into bearing asked tho Department at what stage the nuts should bo picked and how they should be marketed. Tho Fruit Expert's roply was to t' effect that .walnuts arc generally lit for harvesting during tho month ot March. A very good indication that thoy aro ready is tho falling of some of the nuts, inn! also the opening of tho husks. Tho windfalls are lirst picked up, aud then (he trees aro beaten with sticks or I poles, the nuts being placed in boxos aud taken to the packing shed whero the husks aro removed. As fast as they are gathered tho nuts should be placed iu irays U feet by I 3 feet by C inches deep. Tho bottoms | of tho trays should consist of slats. { .About '50 1b. should bo placed in each j 'tray, and allowed to dry there for three j or four days, boing thoroughly shaken I up onco or twice a day. If the weather | is'very hot they 'should bo dried in the t shade. Pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

THE PRINTING HOUh ;-, OF THE. WEST. All Classes of General and Com .merclal Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship— The Best. ^Charges — The Lowest. Tm 'Western Age,' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

WewiiWlhe News, [THEREFORE, 'Age' Advis. Pull. PUBLISHED: ^DNESDAT V- - - - & SATIJEJ3AT. Telephone 57.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

.. ? ? X~\ He stepped into Drw.B.U.r. / \ OUT StCWC ♦*'''^ ! /y^^^c-- ? \ 1'°* ? determination to ue ? ; ,.' feZf'&ZS \ better dressed. He had read our ?' /*IBS»V \ ads- ? ttey read true- He wa3 ? / fpyt ? \ to»Pt'd to come. He came, 'A#NL 1 And stepped out (alV'Jfflk / a better dressed |/»«#\ / «?» ? : ? * ItV^rA. 'A 4^v 'A/ S06 the satisfied look on his face. I \r^--5 -\\ -V\J&. --' Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance I \^ -* -A '% W/ be had imparted to his clothes— look at A^l ^S - -, y the fine style ^f I fli ''/ his clothes f I K A / are cut m- / / A ' / pay particu- / 1 Ll «y ' Iar attention I | y 7 of the athletic, per- 1 - I f . / fectly ? constructed \ \ f ??' shoulders of the \ V Ly Coat- u \ ? ^ \*gf'. Yet this is l;ut a metaphor of what ' t§5« hundreds of men are doing weekly. :§ ^ They realise ihst the initial outlay costs ® g- just as much for the badly-fitting Suit J » as lor the perfectly-fitting Suit. ' Kg He directed his steps to Economy, AS too...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

M. A. Padula. THBr OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best selected stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTBIOT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to enter into oontraoto for , mpplying Chinese, for ring-barking and Krab-outting, as well as Chinese serranta and cooks for stations. V; LABGE STOCKS OF OBOCKEBY, IBONMONGEBY, GBOCEBY, MEBOEBY, and BOOTS and SHOES, oarried: . gash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Sklu, to. HIGHEST PBIOBS GIVEN. Orders Promptly Abided to. MORRISON Brofe'. LINE OF Royil Mail Goachcs Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street^ Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, aid wiLC«r&tlc&f?srB-B6felH.a and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels,- and Luggage must be booked, delivered and pre ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

Tattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) NOW OPEN. OARRINGTON STAKES, run at Randwiok, 30th Deoembor, 100,000 Idlltiokata at 5/2. HOBART OUP (Spaoial), 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Blwiok, Hobatt. Tas mania, January 27, 1915. Drawn on morning of day of race. LAUN0ESTON OUP (8peoial), 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Launooston, Tasmania, February 3, 1915. Drawn on morning of day of raco. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Elemlngton, Vic toria, February 27, 1915. Important Notice. On all Sweeps on Races run after January, 1906, the Tasmanian Go vernment Stamp Tax will be 2d on eaoh 5s Tiokofc, ' and ii on each 10s Tiokefc. Clients must therefore add these amounts to their remittances. I/' The Tasmanian Government has authorised the Trustees of the estate of the late George Adatna to carry on the license and oonduob tho sweep business under the same management as for several years past. 5FflE amm MEDIC^Ii PMi. Marshall-Street. a? ™ Proprietor. Every Description of Patent...

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. Theses Notes nro issued overy week, linilor tho personal supervision of tbo Hon. W. 0. Ashford, Minister for Agriculture, N.S.W., and are based mainly on tho exporieuee of tho Dopartment. No. 191. | THE ORCHARD. i CANKER IN AVPLB TREBS. j Woathor Conditions that Froduco It. | Tho Icnn ??eauker' ns Kppliod to |.l«!it diseases lias beau in uso for a ' Iinijj time, lint, us in rna]iy sueh mtet, '? Ihe meaning is often somewhat hide Unite, ami in dilTercnt countries it had : '??ir.riug significance. j In Australia it is gen«i ally6 used to indicate injury to the bark by such i ?lyencicR as wcathor (nun, frost, wind), '? ?nil conditions and parasitic fungi. Such cnukcrs sometimes become oxtcn- . ??ivp and sorious, but in all cases thoy , interfere, with thu uutritlon of tho I limb* above tho affected nroas, and nia.v ; Dually result in tho death of tho limbs j unless the wounds bocorao healed over. i An interesting account of tho ...

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OH! TO BE WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

OH! TO BE WOUNDED. 'What should we bo without our overseas Dominions?' proudly asks an Eastbournu (Sussex^ girl, writing to a relative in Svd noy. 'We gn on with work just tho samp but with tho f-iarful excitement of war bane tag over ub Ml tho time,' she writes, do scribing life in the town. Her sister has a nursing home, which has been given up to the wounded 'Of course,' she goes on 'tho wounded aro belnir comnlntBlvo~.ii...1 fruit, chocolate, and tobacco showered upoll them, as well as flowers. Then they havo over's r8.v£ilS'x°~ ? awfully pleased/' ' ' d tho mon 're MTS^f^^^^y e-t tho coming from church W && Pa^te^'te^'a^nnre:^1^' panied her home. 'umirer wh0 uccom ^Jhe'bftePof?-1mt;iOfo^nnIei!'!^. 'I Copped b-urhtVoOuUtn--tnan ''o^semimenta, and JWould y0 Il0 ralthcr nao tho wt thata

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

The ' Red. Bird' and ' Massey Harria' Bioyoles have long bean known as the best ana highest-prioed machines on the market. We ara selling these now at £15, with best equipment. All fittings for theaa maohmes stookod. — H. DOGGER Lin8loy-street,2 . ' When our Sale flap in fl.,inc it, prices are low.— M'Grath and Pow derly, Mereory Speoialista.* Tyres vulcanised, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or any class of motor or ovole work.— U. DOGGER, LinB'ey Btreot.4 ? .

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The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. 12 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

The War. 8TDHBT. Thursday. 12 a.m. The Oenoana mo reinforcing on the Belgian corns*. Tho enemy's violent itteoka south of Noyon were repulsed, and tho Allies are gradually dririog back the Ger mans at Lille. Details of the battle at Nieuport show that the Allies poured shrapnel intotbe enemy's tronohea with re markable preoision. Five separate lines ol German trenches were taken by tbe Allies. The British also drove the enemy from trenches at Bethune, whioh they bad stubbornly oontested for lour weeks. .Before the enemy were driven back a Gorman aeroplane dropped bombs on Bethuno and kill ed a number of olvilians. A private message from Borlin states the censorship is now more strict than at any timo during the war. Crowds are vainly seeking nows from the paper ofliooa. Twenty trains conveying Austrian troops came into collision nearEalisz owing to false setting of the points. Several of the carriages were smashed to matchwood, and 1000 Boldiera were either killed or injured. There ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

IP YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR PRODUCEandSTOCK I HARRISON, JONE5& DEVLIN PJ SYDHev: we are selling brokers only. 'shun! Murdoch's Military 'Khaki' Trousers Ready to March Om at 6/6 Post Free. ^\ Freshly come from our Model (L ? fTv Workrooms; these Pants will V^f give ' a rattling good account , — ^ . Jvy^K oi themselves1' — made of S L /^r/ \ Khaki Drill thai is as strong I ) 7M' ( - as leather — yet will wash and ^~~~C*^[fi fif . ''do up' like a handkerchief, /^ferw/f L ? a Roomy seats, well felled inside V^ y 'j\H ^ Ai ^^ seams, side and hip or cross ' )^H\fy\^mhm^\ ' and hip pockets, belt loops, /Y \jj|f§§f?$\ : hip straps, buttons on 'to Azg^fi^wifjij^k stay.' Seams double strength- ^^^}^m$;f\ ened — an ideal pair of ' /$?&§&£$'' trousers for the man on the jL^fMfflW'-sfK i 'Land'' too. ^B^l^-o Get a pair of these 'wear sHIfe — ~tf ever' Khaki's right away— IBmiffflh ft // ?«.... inside leg and waist measure- limMX^Jil ment is all we need to ensure *-£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 December 1914

Relief Work. The story of Dr. Sheldon's Di gestive Tiilmles can be told in a word. Thoy actually do the work that the weak and wasted stomach is unablo to do, and allow it to recuperate and regain its strength. They contain all tho essential pro perties that the gastric juice aud other digestive fluids do, and they digest tbo food just as a sound and well stomach would. Thoy relieve the stomach just as one rested and refreshed workman relievea the one on duty that is tired apd worn, and nature does her own work of restoration, j It is a simple natural prooess that a child oan understand. You oan eat all you want without fear of results. Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabulea ara Bold at 1/G and 2/6.

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