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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

THE PRINTING HOISeI OF THE WEST. j AH Classes of General ana uom- ) merciat Printing Executed on j the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Charges — The Lowest. * ? ; ? !- TH 'Western Age/'' \ Barton Street, Cobar. '

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

? 7 \ I ? \ We Print me] Vewstt thereA^- \v 'Age' Advt\. Pull. j ? , ' ? —_J PTJBLISE p: WEDNESDAY ) - - - - -fe S Jl fr-RDAY. ? I I ? Telephone -7.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

§ The Quality ? 5 Special thought wms jiven to the 1 $ t}u*titK*T these Fine f=abritswbcn 1 \ we were buyi»E. tjiui asutrmE { ! »?? Durability and Good Vahte. Crepes : i SPECIAL PRICES— PIT'1?, 1TJ /f'- AT* K; $. & SxHAJr *» V. ib It*,* $*& g WMYitrt.iy Ihc pure ha. .? nf :!xrf |-, Maw Dress ysu l.uv sru- F.- rwsi:d yours,-!! rnv :ioS.-r? £5 We arc ready »r- vhu'' ?. ui- rlic fa Newest and Most l.i-Ui-n.ilile || Matfrinls, eminently sui(«I-lc lor KJ the present Season's V» ar. You? &,- visit will be e*te«mVt) a«d you'd Kj ' not be lorry you canar. W T7ze Range \ A Big Range of every pron&reril demand of Dame Fashion. No lady will experience any diFfi-mlr)' in cfcoosint ? suitable Dress Length. IK ' flora! Voillcj, J SPECIAL PRICBS— ' Is 6d. [ JENNINGS BROS. 'i a. c JOHNSTON, |[)entist. ??*?? Marshall-Street :-f ap&Stac Hotel and Opposite ?££&? 'P. MoGintey. I. COBAR ?Xtotpoaa Practice. 21th. Oct. ? Cobar Kecidonta desirous of disposing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

1 M. A. Padula, £$; THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED | Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, -.?.'?:? Has always on hand the best solooted '/./.{? stook of -/ Jewellery, Gold and Silver, V; Electroplate, etc, :^; IN THE DISTRICT. i:$; Prices compared with iV^ the value of our goods, &- ore the lowest in Cobdr. $£ ? -|4 The only Qualified ^ Resident Optician. |f Kwong On & Co j fer General Storekeepers^ a nd I' v Produce Merchants, H CORNISHTOWN, COb|-\R, -.?!'?'.?? Aio proparod to ontcr into C3ntr.-^s for i%': ??' supplying Chinoso for rint;-b»rki_-- and iff;:' eorab-outting, as well as Chinese ujirvants I; '?' . and cooks for BtationB. ? j W ' LABGE STOCKS OF CROCKJSBY, '{?--? IRONMONGERY, GKOCE1RY, ;x;-:: MERCERY, and BOOTS a|bd £;'.V SHOES, carried. '. ' ; '' ' Cub buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skin's, &.c. S^fc. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. | U^V , Orders Promptly Attended tjo. ? MORRISON Bras'. It UNE 0F ? Royal Mail Goaqhes mSt Leave the Booking Office, next the MM Ban...

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THE DOGS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

THE DOGS OF WAR. ? 'The dogs of war havo been unleashed. ? said a man reading tho war bulletins-ana m when, he made the; rcmurk perhaps ha Ilttw H knew how very true this statement wu*. B With the European war on there -will 1-^ ? the actual testing of real wu dogs. H Germany and England havo been training H dogs to lie used in war times for seven.' B years. Major C. H. Richardson, of the Brit- M lsh army, first conceived tho use of aoB» ? to bo attached to the British army, and If ? used them in the trenches at aiemia w ' ? h Spanish-American war. It has been hM B especial study for nearly twenty year?, an-i n ho has come to the conclusion that th- H night sentry dog is a useful animal. Before h the battle of Derna In Tripoli one of tlie _ Italian dogs gave the alarm, and tho troop- m had Just time to form up and repel a heayj ? and furious attuck by tho Arabs. In tli' m Balkans tho dogs proved Invaluable at ? Tchatalja. In tho Abor campaign on the ? British Indian frontier a brace...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COW EATS WOMAN'S HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

COW EATS WOMAN'S HAT. Tho fondness of the family cow for fruit cumo near causing Mrs. Paris Cogburn, of Peckham, Colo., aerioua Injury, and resulted In tho deatructlon of a flno new hat and its ornamental trimmings. Tho cow saw the fruit on the hat'just aa the woman left tho house and started for it Sho knocked Mrs. Cogburn down, and step ped on her hip while she munched tho hat Assistance arrived, and the woman was taken into tho house, where medical assist ance was summoned. Sho had a deep gash In her hip, and several bruises on her body.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN FOREIGN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

IN FOREIGN LONDON. I paid a visit to the fnn.-lKii imarfr ? West London on Saturday niuht. ??? 11 region between Eustnn-road and I'lccadil; Circus (suys an English writer). Most nf ii. rvoplo looked very gloomy. Many of tin,. CSerinuns and Anstrluns. had iiassi-d lui - years here, becoming slnci-rely attach to our country. Now they found tliomsc.h. among our foes. 'It means ruin!' they .-;-i stolidly. The young Govmmi men Hv.iy \vy t'.tur. :iml rlwcl-fil iilltsilli. the fifl'tnan Kit. bassy. There was no chct-rini: amuug 1! older folk in the regions around Umidg' street. In one by-thoioiighiare 1 ran.« across a German orator addressinw in -'-?'? man a number of German and liusshin la,; ova. No policeman was near; iimu- ir.t.i fered with them. 1 wondered what »? ? ?: have happened had an Knglisiinian tri'-d t ? address n street gathering or bis ci.uuir: men in English In Berlin that night. 'VI ?? German orator's speech was a passionate d. - nuiiciation of war. He found a syni|.athi. ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALDENSIANS IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

WALDENSIANS IN ROME. The Waldensian Church has passed its laat stronghold of opposition and planted Itself !n tho Eternal City. In February a new church edifice, presented by Mrs. John S. Kennedy, of New York, was dedicated. Standing on the Piazza Cavour, It is called by The Record of Christian Work 'a noble stone structure, the finest Protestant edifice In Italy.' Moreover: 'The decoration of the pulpit within In cludes panelled figures of Luther, Calvin, Savonarola, and Arnold of Brescia. At the dedicatory services were present the repre sentatives of tho Waldensian Church from all parts of Italy and of all the evangelical churches of Rome, together with many not ables — Professor Schlaparelll, Romolo Murri, Senators Bodlo and Souller, tho Minister of Holland, &c. Interesting was the prologue to Pastor Muston's address, when ono con siders the persecution to which the Scrip tures have been subjected In and by Rome. Ascending to tho pulpit, tho great Bible In his hand, ho s...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

Bilious Headaches. DR. MORSE'S INDIAMHOOT PIL!..V A RELIABLE REMEDY, SAYS ROZELLE '-AOY. 'That dreadful complaint, Ilillou:;— - ness and Its forerunner Bilious Head- - &ches, ? was my trouble for sonio ? jjOfv^ ttoe,' writea ,&*[ yft Kocass, of 17. ' 'tB ^5t ^ ygB Re& k'on St., . ^ J. Hr Hf-o^z e 1 1 e , ?\ --s- J N.S.W. 'I saw ^^4 ~ JL Dr. Morse's ?xtJ^tM^^^HL Indian Root ''^^IfSSleWk. Pills advertls '*SSSifey'g-\Jgw?^ cd-f Or Billous iwjti&l&^flmV* nets, as a re '?('.SUtoTO^P liiblft remedy, ^u d-~Z-// ? and' -J«:'-led ^fe. &&A#Caji to*nre them a ? 'jBJ, „ W,,V. trial, after al most despairing for relief. Having tried so many medicines without re salt, I was glad to find XH-. Uorie's Indian Root Pills bo good-'they dis pelled my attack. I seldom feel the old symptoms of Biliousness now. but keep tUe Pills In my home for self, husband, and-famlly. I can say Indian Root Pills assist one to make condi tion, and I usually enjoy t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

t «—»— — — a—— —a— —a— — — — — — — — — — — [ Tattersall's Consultations. i. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania) : NOW OPEN. ; MELBOUENB OOP, run at Flauiingtoii 3rJ November, 100,000 Tickols at 10/4 ; 100,000 Tickets at ,0/2 ; 100,000 Spocinl at 5/2. Important Notice. On all Sweops ou Races run after .Tunuary, 190G, tho Tasmania) Go vernment Stump Tax will be 2d on oacli 5* Tiokot, and 4d on oaoli 10a Ticked. Clients must therefore add thoso amounts to their remittances. I'- The Tasmanian Governmant baa authorised tbo Trustees of the estate of tho late George Adams to carry on tho license and conduct tbo Bweep business under the sama management as for sovoral years past. fjffi C0B^ pEDIC^Ii piili. 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 Commercial Hotel EDWARD STREET, CANBELEGO. Best'Liquors. Good...

Publication Title: Western Age
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BOY SCOUTS. RECOGNITION BY STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

BOY SCOUTS. RECOGNITION BY STATE. The Boy Scouts' Association lias received authority to announce that the uniform of the Boy Scouts ('B.-P.'hut or Sea Scout cap and fleur-de-lis badge essential) la recog nised by the Government aa the uniform of a publl: service, non-military body. There are 200,000 Boy Scouts. They are fully organised, ready, and competent for many services that will release thousands of crown men for uterner duties. The non combatant array of young chivalry Is of im mense assistance to the military, civil, and coastguard forces. This Is what the Boy Scouts are doing al if ready or are prepared to do: ? Handing out notices -to inhabitants and other services connected with billeting, com mandeering, warning, &c. Serving as despatch-riders, signallers, &c. Guarding and patrolling bridges, culverts, telephone and telegraph linos. Collecting Information as to supplies, transport, &c. Carrying out organised public rellof mea sures. ? Loat-and-Fo...

Publication Title: Western Age
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A GERMAN VIEW. MUNSTERBERG TO WELLS. IS RUSSIA A MENACE? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

A GERMAN VIEW^ MUNSTERBERG TO WELLS. IS RUSSIA A MENACE? Professor Hugo Munstcrborg, author and scientist, generally re garded the leader of Germanic thought and sentiment In U.S.A. since the day of Carl Schurz, hna prepared the following reply for tho J»an Francisco Examiner to H. a. WcIIb, the English novelist, on tho position of Oermuny and the Kaiser In tho present European war: — Mr. Wells and tho future of Germany. Thla was to bo expected: England would send not only her battle Bhlps against Germany, hut. above all. hnr super-Dreadnoughts, Kipling and Wells. Kipling may still bo exhausted from tho fight nbouf Ulster, but Wells has opened tho cannonading with word shells. ACCUSATION GROTESQUE. But there arc shells which do not reach the enemy becauso they explode In tho air. Wells' bomb — that German Imperialism has arrested civilisation and darkened the hopes of mankind for the last 40 years— must bo exploded by Its Inner grotesciueness. If Shaw or Chesterton had proclaimed it...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPY SCARES. WARNING TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

SPY SCARES. WARNING TO HOUSEWIVES. Tho spy scare l» nor unknown In Scot land, and no little sensation has been caused by several incidents. One of these occurred In Dunfcrmline, where at mid night a rumor gained currency that a sdv had been discovered In tho act of cut ting an overhead cable from the Post Office at a point in Queen Anne-atreet. A man waa observed crawling along a Hat roof, and n nt.nt ir.llO f\mt\ llV tht* tTlllitftrV ITlllirfl- llUt It Is supposed the apy turned out to bo a telegraph linesman carrying out his ordin ary duties. Later tho military hail to clear the street, y$'ch was filled with a dense excited crowd,' ,i There is r ? Aer phase of the war scare to be conslc* '.'; All classes of vagabonds have takei. advantage of the fact that Britain la at present paaslng through one of its greatest hours of trial. Counterfeit coiners, burglars, and nefarious swindlers have already begun their work. It is only to be expected that In troublous times tho criminal will b...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MECHANICAL PLOUGH-HORSE. NEW FARM TRACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

MECHANICAL PLOUGH-HORSE. NEW FARM TRACTOR. A farm tractor that la driven with reins, just like a horse. Is described In Motor World (New York) In an article entitled ''eplaclng Farm Horses by Horse-power. Ap pv 'cntly tho manipulation has been purposely arranged to make tho driver feel at home, and doubtless many farmers who have hith erto shied at motor traction may bo In duced to make a change that Involves so little shock to the nerves of habit. Thla bit of Ingenuity, we are told, comes from De troit—the motor-maker's paradise. We read In the magazine named above:— 'So far as Its function!) are concerned, it Is a big mechanical horse, though it la any thing but horsev in anDearance. Th« motor and transmission arc mounted on a pair of heavy steel wheels, while a long reach, ex tending backward, Is attached to whatever the 'horso' Is to pull. A pair of conventional reins leads back to tho driver, who sits on the trailing implement or waggon, and there also Is a third lino ut his fe...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Passing Notes. PENCELED BY "STOCKWHIP." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

ill. fflF l'l--;( :il nl^j'STOCKWHIP.' I Se\ct»lM 1 aK° a Biihoomiuit Leo, c:o.»l'l™,'F a fow members of 10 BW«O c°;n™''^ of the Colmr DUE : ,P08Dltal' wnB 'Ppomt- I rtvnit oil m Jr oa'' which it was Tntonilo'l l\ ,«* in «'8 institution fcs a mm'! ''VPPradation of that n..,,llei.m4 .yJps?r.yice3 ns secretary. fjotwitl,ftiVndiifi diligent search anil much qucsMoi'B'R- writar cannot un-; earth nny.!bii'f! that sub-oommittoo has yot dono in connection with tho mattor. Why? ? A dnstftyrflvoutrnge -was committed out near WrifWviHe recently, and tbo pity is tbe skunk who perpetrated it has not yet beeu run to earth. It appears tbaUman named Sam Lowe was trying tocsluM'sb. an orchard a short distance south of our waterless1 neighbouring own, and had a oouplo of hundrod ho-yoar-old fruit trees of various sorts mowing nicely. A few weeks ago bopb fiend ia human form paid a vieit t' the place during tha absonceof th. owner, and deliberately and tnalioioif'y destroyed over one hundred of t'p y...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Embargo on Newspapers. NOT TO LEAVE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

Embargo on Newspapers. NOT TO LEAVE ATJSTEALXA. The following offioial announcement is forwarded for publication in tho Press:— j! Instructions have been issuejp by the Commonwealth Governmentfthat no newspapers are permitted td leave Australia until further notice. I The shipping companies have Ibean requested to co-operate by giving in structions to their ships' outer?, crews, and passengers, that tjews papers must not be taken on board ships leaving Australia. The military authorities and Cus toms offioials have received iuBtruc tions to see that this order is carried out. They have power under recent Commonwealth legislation to search ships if necessary, and also to arrest and detain any person who attetiijts a breach of this order. SIP Coffee has attractedi'a let ci attention this Winter. That's boemr-o it is a 'different' and distinctjvo kind ' of coffeo, and because no exfjeasc i.- 1 spared to maintain tho flavour c( tho coffeo in tbo same condition is v,|icn it is packed int...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BALL THAT KILLED NELSON [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

THE BALL THAT KILLED NELSON The fatal shot that deprived England of her greatest naval hero was llred (contrary to tho received account) at random from the top of the Redoubtable, by a French sol dier named Robert Guillomaido, who escaped unwounded, and when his ship struck was taken on board the Victory. The fatal bul let was not discovered until the Victory reached Spltlien.il. It had struck the fore part ot the hero's epaulette and entered his left shoulder. It then descended obliquely into the thorax, fracturing tlio second and third ribs, and after pcm-lratlnK the left lobe of the lungs and dividing a largo branch of the pulmonary artery, entered the left side of the spine, passed through the mus cles of the hack, and lodged there. A con siderable portion ot the gold lace, pad, and silk cord of the epaulette, with a piece of coat, were attached to it, whilst the gold lace was as (Irmly fixed as though It had been inserted into tho metal whilst In a state of fusion. The ball, to...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

O O OLD OBKNEY SCOTCH I WHISKY stands alone lot aga and I mellowness. It carries a big majority I vote for excellence.* I .- r :-'r.;^^rw'/-rtA'llw^U-&iKt*«'.VV!i-'yii.vitll

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"BERTHA M. CLAY." LITERARY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

'BERTHA' lifl. 'CLAY.' LITERARY MYSTERY. The mysteries of the feminine pseudonym Bcem likely to remain mysteries so far as they concern, tlio Jalo Thumas \\\ HanshiiW. At the time of his death. In March of this year, it was widely asserted that he was one of thu authors of books that purported to be done by 'Bertha M. Clay.' Interested parties have followed these allegations with denials. In spite of the Scriptural assertion that all men are clay. Among the denials is that of the publishers of thu 'Bertha M. Clay series, who admit that after the death of Charlotte M. Braeme, th« original writer, her works were continued by various hands. Somo of these were masculine writers gifted with the same facility fur the ??feminine touch'' that was possessed by William Sharp in the famous 'Fiona McLuud' series. It ioems that we shall have to release .Mr. Hanshew rrom the ?'lien ha M. Clay im putation, though the Xew Vork ' Times quotes a publisher's authority for Maying that Mr. Hanshew wrote...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. Sydney, Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

The War. I . . Sydney, Friday, i D ... B It is computed that 1,100,000 Oer ^fflJ- m.vns are endonvouring to hvaak Uiro- B' ugli the Ypres-Lillo lino. After threo t^'';: days' fierco . fighting, during wj.ich R:-'K^ there wore many hand-to-hand eii- ?;$$& counters and bayonet charges, and j*$i| battalion after battalion wore hurled f.'^S ft forward, the sheer momontum drovo PWsHi thorn down our tronohes, outsido ot U^HB ! which wo bad constructed pits 20 fnnf t5a«B doop and 20 wide, covered with bran- !ji:ffl clics and loose turf. The sceno was r^ one of appalling horror. Mauy wero ^ transfixed with bayonots by thoir }M comrades, and occasionally a shell J-M fell iuto a pit and hundreds wore *j'| lilown to pieces. Superior numbers 'M compelled the British to retire twice. :$ On the third day they swept every- '?;?? tiling before them. Tho British lost $ Neavily, but tbo German losses wera M colossal. jM It is unofficially announced that !M Japanese warships sunk the German M ...

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