ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Western Age Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 52,784 items from Western Age, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
52,784 results
Who Was to Blame? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 January 1915

'Who Was to Blame P A military paper tells how a yeomaDr? regiment was recently being put through th. TtVl e,!jn:,5ea before the inspecting officer. When the little Kave tho signal to halt h. noticed that the line was badly kept, many of the horses going two or three yards beyond it t he inspeutor found fault with this, but the excuse wus made that the horses, no» ?~...j, ou ..cu innneu as army Horses, oouU not bo stopped so promptly. The command, jug ufliccr determined to find out whethef horses or mon were most to blame, and when a cavalry tioop of rcgulurs curno into tin neighbourhood he ordered the volunteers t* drill with their horses. v. For a l while everything passed off.olondidly. When he men were going at an 'easy trot, Midueoly u hale was sounded,* The well- * trained homes knew the fl|guul, an(i Btoppe* suddenly. -sot *n the riders. Score* of them went nying over the horsea' heads on th« yrats, like £uoks of coru.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 January 1915

TRESBYTKRIAN. Cobar, Sunday, Jan. 10, 1915.— 11 a.m., **Tho Hand of God.'* 7.30 p.m., 41 Como and Havo a Drinlc,M All aro welcome. Short, bright services. David MacOregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
It Suited. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 January 1915

It Suited, The other afternoon I wus in a gentleman's outfitting shop, when a customer came in to purclmso a hat. He tried on soveral, and was evidently hard to please, tho counter becoming covered with rho rejected. At lut tho salesnun) picked up a brown felt bowler, brushed it round with his arm, and extended it udiniringly. 11 These are being very much worn thia season, sir,' be explained. -?Are uioy r asm ine customer, tnought* fully, surveying himself in the mirror, with his hat on his head. ' Do you think It suits me?' ' Suits you to perfection, sir, if the fit's right.' 'Yes, it fits very well. So you think I had better have it.' ' I don't tbiuk you could do better, sir.'' 'No,. I don't think I could, to I won't have a new'one.' Tho salesman had been praising up the eU

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 January 1915

Religious Services. OATUOLIO CHURCH. Cobar. — Mass at 7.30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Evoning Dovotions at 7.30 p.m. i Wrigbtvillo.— Mass at 8 a.m.; Evening] Devotions at 7.30 p.m. I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTANTINOPLE. SHOULD RUSSIA HAVE IT? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

CONSTANTINOPLE. ! SHOULD RUSSIA HAVE IT? One who has been a resident in llussia for seventeen years writes to the London Spec- j tator to say:— 'Jt behoves the Krilish public to look into the future and consider whether the attitude which we adopted in tlu: past: 'The Russians shall not have Constantinople,' should not now be relinquished, and some means found for a friendly settlement of this question us between the two countries. 'In conversation with a large number of piuple whom 1 have met in the course of some recent business journeys in this country (Uussiaj 1 have been very much impressed to hnd how large a place in their minds is occu pied with the question of the Dardanelles, ;uul how sincere is their hope that this war will see an end to that question once and for all. 'Looking back to the Crimean and ltusso Turkish Wars, it is curious to consider in how many respects their root causes corresponded with those of the present war. Then, as now, the Russians were ostensibly l...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENCE OR SUPERMAN? SIR RAY LAUKESTER'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

SCIENCE OR SUPERMAN? SIR RAY LAUKESTER'S REPLY. Sir K. liny Lankester, writing on The Man of Science versus the Superman, in tho Lon don Telegraph, says: — 'The pnisoiiouH fancies of the philologist Nietzsche have, by the teaching favored and deliberately organised by the military des l»ot:- of Cermany, infected and maddened a whole nation. A dull-witlcii, ignorant, sen timental race has, by the childish impertl hemes t.f ISernhardl, Trcitschkc, and the Kmp'-ror William. Icjcii hypnotised into the belief that 'war Is the greatest good,* aud that the men? desire for wealth and power justifies unlimited slaughter and torture of mankind, calculated treachery and meanest falsehood. I -A I r WIN M ISI IFA ?UKKIONTIOP. 'Hy audacious, and none thn less stupid, misrepresentation of Darwin's theory of the survival of favored races bv natural selee- ; Hon in the struggle for existence, the sanc tion of science has been mendaciously claim ed fur this religion of murder. German men of science w...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT OF THE NIGHT? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

WHAT OF THE NIGHT? Mr. Lloyd George, speaking at the Lon don OHy Temple, closed his spccch thus: — 'Watchman, what of the night? It is still dark, and the cries of rage and anguish still rend tin* air. i»ut the golden morrow Is at hand, and the valiant youth of Britain will return from the stricken llelds ? of Europe whero their heroism has proclaimed to tho world that justice is the best sustenanco for vnlor: that their valor has won a lasting triumph for justlcc. 'It Is a terrible war; it is a horrible war,' ho also said. 'Within the last few day* It has been my privilege to meet one of tha greatest generals In the French army, and ho talked to nie aboul his experiences in the war and what he witnessed — the carnage, the wear, the terror — and he said to me, 'The man who is responsible for this war has the soul of a devil.' ' Among a hatch or prisoners that arrived In 1'nrls recently one stood out conspicuously by the brilliance of his uniform. lie was tho Bandmaster-in-Chief of t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONEY WILL TELL. GERMANY GETTING SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

MONEY WILL TELL. GERMANY GETTING SHORT. A Sytlnry tii- reliant harf reccivtnl tho fol lowing Icll'T, tJau-il November G, from a mer chant fru'iul iu London: — Thin war i.s a Kaiser of a nuisance, and lias u]'ScL tin.- brush trade i-i-.st fearfully. Al tirat we thought we should be absolutely starved for bristles, but things aro winning ? out better than we exnectud. I Ionic trade ' has fallen away badly, aud so did the export at lirst, but that has inillcd round, aud the doinand Is increasing, bccausc our foreign competitors arc so handicap] ird. tiurinuny aud Austria cannot export, and I'Yar.e can not make as M:e did for v.aut of han.is callcd to the colors. JJelgiuui is, of course, wiped out i-ro loin. So there'* a good iluiv coming whi-n this ghastly war is over, aud It will be over long before most people anticipate. Ah! if only we had listened to dear old Uobs years ago; but 'of all words of tongue and pen the saddest are, *lt might have been.'' Kvcry one of my nephews lias enl...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

LATEST FASHION. Aiimuij: materials this is distinctly u tntVctu scn-on, Tor im! only nie tliev .show in plain :iii-! changeable ; 1 1 1 ? I shot cll'cejs. but fhey sir** also papula '? in moil-.-*. For travelling coats, fur -nil» :iri«l dresses and for odd skirts, this material i» both |»r:i ?? f »-?:- I and becoming, juitl if the fabiie is n \i-ry « jii;i lit v without miii-h 'liHiiiy' it is as woll. Ami what ntul'l !»-? imnv attru«'tivo thaw ttu» cir cular Jinn ii- c in t|ii- tnali'tial tin' two scom 1 1 1 ; 1 ? 1 1 ? lor c:t»h other, 'I'll ? ? in ntir illustration -liou* oiii* ol' tin* uevvost ilosijjns iu itoral si I or voile.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

PAUWGB^PSk GRAMOPHONES! t f can be depended on to glte j lasting satisfaction bocauso f they are soleoted for their | superior musical qualities, j solid construction, and great I durability. Prices range from £5. Easy torms If desired. Our illustrated Catalogues, Price Lists and Record Lists are post free — pleasb write for them. I} II® SYDNEY. H ««-! at WEWCaSTLE. LISMORE, 4o^ | T. A. MATHEWS and CO.. Marshall Street Cobar Local Agents. - Piloted and Published by BnJNHT FBAS* Al.DCBSON and GBOBQB COBHHLIDB Maliphant, Sole Prourie tor*, rtiM» office, Barton-etroet. Obtar, ?»' ;nw of Frr ecntt 'Wait*

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

SUMMARY It is understood tliat the question of a State battery for Cttnhelego is etill being consideroil The general rato -t ruck by tbe local Council on Wednesday evening is 4d in the £, the ligbiinK rnte Id, and the water rate 4id — in nil. Pender and party, -,it tbe Birthday I mine, near Caiibulugn, rooently had a i parcel of 18 tons put ihrough by tbe ; Mount Boppy Co., which returned over 3oza. to tbo ton Mr. John Leah has kindly sent along a beautiful and useful blotting pad calendar, is^imd by Nobels, the famed explosives manufacturers. Tbe useful present is very much appre ciated During tho past week the Mount Boppy Gold Mine ban heon closed down, in order to renew tho columns and girders for -i portion of tho bat tery. It is expuuled to have at least 30 head of Stampers miming again on Monday next, and the remainder by the middle of ilm month. A large and inthionlin) gathering of Oanbelego citizens was held at Levy's Stadium on Thursday evening for the purpose of forming a ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War and the Woman CHAPTER VI GOODWILL TOWARD MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

War and the Woman bj HAS ,rK»Y,':»?v.'j.;V{- A, CIIAf I »!({ \'J CiDOl )\VIIjIj TOWAKI) .MHN. I I'alji-r arrivml in licrlitt lltre-i' days n'tei' 1 In; yacht had |iul into Venice. Tito cur ? liitlhy -t I' his reception in ||h; (icrmar, '?apital sni'iii'iseil him. Known Ixil h as the inventor and the iMamifaclnrer of !hu fn inoiKs 'Kit her' inagnziiie rifle, Ihe (rreate.st in.striinieiil of war Ihe twentieth eentury tiad yel seen, he loiind himsell a eeieiirity must welcome Io the (.iVrmans. iiarel.v had lliere liei-n so inneli ' * hm-ji- ing'' for a eom|iaralively private indie, ii.'il. Iieinnrli.'ilile personages in remark nil!': iiiiif'iriiis oeerwhelmeil him liy their iiospilaiity : he was made familiar wiili ,-iiperh ?Miiis' in aeemil remenl more juperb. The gay eity — by fur the gayest in I'iiirupe al tile present lime- -deligl'ilcii iti in by its capacity for enjoyment ami its freedom from social eanl. The women I lined with him outrageously. lie bad never been made so much of...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

Mail Time Table. Time of departure from Cobar PoBfc' Oflioe — For Sydney. 7.30 -i m. {rvrn: vil.oi nztiz?. ' Ip'.a fee 7.-fi A.in.J, 7u..tos;.i, Tbuaiiji ' Mjd SKitirdnvbi ? 1 ?' , v * ?' \ ' Frii'.»y, o Baden FrioiV. 8 k. Gilsutini*. Vrida;, 5p.3i. \ Mt, Drjedttlo, Tuesdays and Fndaye, 6: \ and O.iS p.m. NyroiJ-co and Sbuttloton, AnntBdaya,. 5.S0 p.m. Elouen, TuccdayB and Saturdays, lo ?? and 10.15 a.m. Wilcaunin, Tucadiiya.'Efcursdavs andSab urdaja. 5.20 p.m. . Illowong, Monday, Vv sdnceday and in day. 3.30 p.m. _ Timo ot arrival at Post Ollico, Cobar. From Sydnoy, etc., Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 0 p.m. From WrightviUo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Louth. Thursday, 0 a m. From Uadcn Park, Wcdncbilay, 6 a.m, Trnni nilounnia. midnicht Tuesday. From Mt. DryBdale, Monday ar-d Thura day, 6.45 p m. From Nymagco and Sbnttleton, Wed nesday. C a.m. From Eloucra, Tuesday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Wilcannia, Monday, Thursday ani Baturday, 6 a.m. _ From Illowong, Tuoaday, T...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

Passing Notes. I Pencilled by 'Stockwiup.' Notice it's becoming quitofanhion nblo for country papurs to have u personal' column amongst tlieiv news, wherein is chronicled fiich isMio tho coming!; and goin^x of llin prominent ponplu i f I ho difltriul, ulso I bo general happenings in tho 'ex nlimive ' circlo. Aa this pai er lm« never gono in for that kind of thirl!, w riter for onco will supply the delTi cienoy, and endeavour to enlighten readers with a few tiifleB connected with some of our own host known residents. If any poison hapi oiiR to rocogniso a friend, don't lot bitn put the show away. To begin with: — Puddy the Bloquo and Jim the Jossor took Boxing Day off to lrnve a go at the wild ducks. Paddy rockons they rede 50 miles on thoir bikes, and arrived homo pi el ty cote in parts of thoir anatomy late in the evening. Tho ducks wero wild, and as it's the close season they didn't get any, no Paddy says, at any rato. Both reckon that for three days aftor their trip it was much m...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REFUGEES. WHAT THE WORLD OWES TO THEM. "FUGITIVES HAVE INHERITED EARTH." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

REFUGEES. WHAT THE WORLD OWES TO THEM. 'FUGITIVES HAVE INHERITED EARTH.' 'Loudon is, we imagine, at the pr« senl time fuller of refugees than she has ever been at any period in her history,' says tin; States man. 'Belgium presents a spectacle such as has not been known in our time. She Is a nation in flight. One cannot pass down the Strand without seeing evidence of this tragic migra tion. Red 'buses carry her refugees in hatches to the doors of relief officcs, where men. women, and children, with their pathetie packages, dismount with the air of p» opl» who live in perpetual rain. They do not l'ok exactly like figures in a grand tragedy. They simply look dismal, as if they hail had a had crossing; they are washed out like women who have been sitting up all uigh- with a dying man. Some of thciu art* fortu nately stolid, and accept their fate without losing the color from their cheeks. 'Hut as one allows oneself to realise the meaning in actual suffering of thl.t pn«ecssloii -i( hout...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

J. & P Weltie, Fruiterers & Greengrocers, LINSLEY STREET, OOBAR. BUTTER EGGS, Etc., Alwayp In Stook, Cart CallB Daily on all Oustomora. FIRST-OI-ASS SODA FOUNTAIN. DRINKS UNEQUALLED IN COBAR. dh.Wnlop, AUCTIONEER. STOOK AND STATION AGENT COBAR.. AGENT FOR— Tho Allianco Asauranco Co. Norwich and London (Sicknose and Accidont Insurance). CORRESPONDENCE INVITED DRINK I P. DAWSON'S Whiskey. Tlio Gioiti! of Glenlivet. Has tlio liirKosb aula in N.S.W. Tlio Kouownod Schiodatn NIGHT CAP GIN, The finest distilled in Holland. Cascade Ale, HOBART. ' Tlio ' English' of Australia.' British Travellers aud Exports proclaim Cascado AIo to be tlio ' English of Australia.' Half hdds. and bottled. r» c,-.:v . jj twioe a week by 8olc A^an'.i!. J C. D'Arcy & 0o„ \ 474 GEORGE-BT., S2LliiiY. ' ? V

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

Our Xmas prioteduoing has start ed. Buy your iLi&s presents and requirements at gutly reduced prices at WAED'S.* | Mr. H. ObasW, roods officer in Jhe Wentworth dfiriot, is at present on a short holi&r visit to Cobar. The genial Harrroe are pleased to know, is in theXst ol health and looks it. | Belling Bedsteads 9 we do, it Is only oatnnl we have demand for Blanketa, and our Am are the loweit. B, Dogger, Lineley iMt, Gobu. Mrs. J. M. Coxtoir many years a resident of MaddE dropped dead while tbe woddinfcf her daughter, Miss Ethel Cox, wfceing eelebrated at North Sydney. Xmas Sale Fj e-abowing at Ward's Drapery St ,* The Warren w loipal rate is a heavy one — Generi and 3}d, water rate 8d, lighting li a total of 13}d on the unimproved ital value. A ' draught hori ' beer, ergo, n pint only costs 6d i hese parts, but away at Georgetown oeenslatid) one baa to spar up Is fc pony ' boer. What a difference, ? I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£16,000,000 A WEEK. WHAT THE NAVY SAVES US. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

£16,000,000 A WEEK. WHAT THE NAVY SAVES US. In the course of an articlo on 'No Naval Battle — Why?' which appears in tho cur rent issuo of the Fortnightly Review, Mr. Archibald Hurd says that the German fleet, which during tho past 15 years cost £300,000,000 to maintain, has completely failed to fulfil uny slnglo one of the hopes on which it was based. Declaring that the British neonle would do well to be duly grateful for the blessings which have been theirs owing to naval predominance during tho past three months, Mr. Hurd says that In the absence of complete command of tho sea tho British people would havo had to fuco tho following weekly bill: — Increase in tho cost of food by 50 per cent., raising tho outlay per head of tho popula tion from 8s to 12s a week, £9,000,000. Decline in wages bill, about £2,000,000. Increase in cost of other necessities and luxuries, £ 2,000,000. Loss of shipping, £1,000,000. Declino In national Income from invest ments, £ 2,000,000. Total loss per w...

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 — 9 January 1915

Public Opinion. O ? . ? I ? To the Editor Wkktkun Aok. Sir, ? My at'onlion lias boon dra.vii to editorial i. ows of tbo Pa?!*!riilisls Review' - ' March 15, 1913, on tho subject of travelling Block roBorvetf. You will observe that tiioy mo prac tically tho tipmo as I stiKgostoil, and which actcd na tliu proiorhinl i'e.1 rug to ' Griizii'r.' Tho following is im extract 'Al n recent, morling i-f the Moieo I' I'. Hoard, niotioiiH wore panRod strongly urging lliut all io serves l e plaued under tbo control of the Agricultural Department, and that ouch district board bo responsi ble for tho uianagoment and control of its own reserve® nnd rev tea ; that lliry bo compelled to keep the routes freo from noxious weeds ; and that a uniform travelling chargo ho lovioil ou all travolling stock to raiso fuuds for carrying out such work ; nil main routes to ho withdrawn from leaso, and proper watering provision inado whorevor required ; that boundary ridors be employed on pntiUntiH to pruvout tres...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORWAY DISLIKES GERMANY. "NOT GENTLEMANLY." BERLIN PRESS CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

NORWAY DISLIKES GERMANY. I 'NOT GENTLEMANLY.' BERLIN PRESS CAM^IGN. II. Hamilton Fyfo wroto to tho London Daily Mail from Christlania, on October 19: lu a Norwegian newspaper office I havo been looking at a pile of telegrams. A big pile, every telegram a thick wad of sheets. Five to six hundred words In each, which is equal, when the 'skeleton' form of a nowa tiaoer mosHiiirc is clothed and covered with llcsh, to nearly a column of The Dally Mall. These telegrams aro all from Germany. They contain Gertnuu 'news' about the war. They havo been sent to this newspaper, and to all the other principal newspapers in Nor way, every day slnco tho war began. They are still being sent . . . But very few of them are being published! 'We keep them as curiosities,' said the editor, who showed them to me, and curi ous they certainly are. I picked out and read a few at random. One pretended to quote frcm the Westminster Gazetto a de fence of the burnlng'of Louvnln; another announced tbe capture of ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x