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To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

To tho Editor Western Age. I ? I Sir, — In tho highways and byways of the vioissitudos of life many strango I scenes, ludicrous episodes and extra- | ordinary porsons seen and mot with. Ilero and there will bo noticed a per son who has risen from tho ranks | adornirg some position with credit to himsolf and rospeoted by all who como in contacb with him. Again the other picture will pro sont itself, and Bbow tbe person ill suited to tho position, disliked by bis colleagues bocauso bis judgment and actions are alike — warped. Again another picturo flashes through the mind and depiots a per son in a minor position who really thinks bo was with tbo Lord at the creation. Ho is so taken up with his own importance that bo fails to realise that be and bis autocratio j opinions are more suited to adorn the walls of a second-class bacon faotory than decido whether certain questions may ho asked. Ho nover realises that suppression with tho aid of a contemptible technicality may often pervert t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WAR PICTURE. THE HOMEWARD FERRY. CRIMSON AND WHITE. H.M.S. ASTURIAS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

A WAR PICTURE. THE HOMEWARD FERRY. CRIMSON AND WHITE. (By Filson Young, In the London Dally Chronicle.) h.m.s. asturias. «»t the many long stages which our wound ed have to traverse between tho bnttlcllcld ami the place of convalesceuco 111 England, the easiest, the most comfortable, and per haps tho best organised is the passage home tu tile Asturlas. The shin's name has come to mean a great deal to the base authorities across the water. ami one of the events which give most color to lile at the base is her periodic ar rival or departure. In a way she visibly marks the tide of battle. When things are hot and busy at the front the Asturlas makes many voyages, tarrying but a day to fill up with her load of shattered, recumbent figures, turning round and hurrying back as s o'U as they have been unloaded at South, amptou. When there Is a lull in the battle she tarries longer beside the quay wall, wailing for her passengers. Hut It Is only u matter of time; sooner or later, by train loa...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Thursday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. 10 a.m. It is officially announood that tho Turks east of Erzerum fouRht dos poratoly and bravely, and mado fre quent bayonet sorties. Evon the wounded continued firing after they had fallen. Russians hold the main roails, and lrnvo almost surrounded the Tutlis who aro fleeing from Ar degan. Tho oneroy is Btriving fran tically to find an outlet, hut tho pisses aro doep in snow. Hungarian ofiicers btato they fought for a fortnight hotween Uazok and Dukla Mountain slopes. Hundreds of poldiors woro swallowed up by soft snow, while others, horror-stricken at their comrades' fate, refused to move oven though thoy wero being shelled. Many of tho guides bolted and left tho columns to Lheir fate. Most of tho men wore frostbitten and famished, and woro unablo to uso thoir rifles. Ofiicers foar the Russians cannot ho held ofr any longer. Tho Gormans aro taking elaborate precautions to prevent a repititiou of tlio Cuxliavon raid. There is m'ch tr.!': rf r. zeppolin i...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

NOTICE. JJOTICE is lioreliy given tlmt I have this (lay appointed J\Ir. Goorgo Marslie, of Cobar, to collect and receive all accounts duo to the ' Cobar Pharmacy,' lately carried on by J. V. Phillips, and thut liis roceipt will be a good and sufficient dis charge. H. C. D. UREN, Manager.;! Cobar, 24th Deo., 1014. Notice. | A LL persons found shooting, kan garoo hunting, or otherwise TRESPASSING on Meryula or Cor onga Downs Holdings will be pro seouted without respect to persons. THE MANAGER. When our Sale flag is flying, the prioes are low. — M'Grath and Pow I derly, Mercery Speoialists.* Values at A. B. CAMPBELL'S store make buying elsewhere expensive* Bilious Headaches. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS A RELIABLE REMEDY, SAYS ROZELLE LADY. 'That dreadful complaint. Bilious ness and its forerunner Bilious Head aches, was my trouble for some ?^yHV time,' wr!tts ^rs' Ettie «® Kocass, of 12 ^ © Red Lion St., J J ST R o z e 1 1 e , A tr N.S.W. 'I saw JIL ~ L Dr. Morse's — Indian Root / -N...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

ifeisifBRSfe | g^HHBHHESi l$- ** mm t^iirWii Khm tn un sa IgP ? iiiKBSCi ¥ | I P YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR j ' WW&^ PRODUCEandSTOCK, i TR V I ! MARRI50M. JONES^ DEVLIN 11° if 5YpNE^ WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY, j ammuMiiiiiiijjiimm w.' umLa'lJLW,' ., - :rr?rr*~-^-^ r- ^~\^VAUM\jmj-U{?±LKr? W?*77*t'~1' ''^'''UIVM'I ,—9—1 ? Murdoch's I Red Spot Sale n ia conjunction with I m Annual Suit Offer I / ficsw MadeAo-Order .0.a / 150/- - Suits - NOW 42/9 / 155/- - „ „ 4719 / | «/- atid 70/- „ 58/9 I75/- and 84j- „ 67/9 COUPON ? Please send me a Red Spot Sale Book ? and Patterns of Red Spot Suiting Offer : at 42/9, 47/0, 68/9, 67/9. Strike oat the price gou want : Name ? : Address ? _ JTv '' JAN. 15th. 11 ''?Ge/ q ?'''? as!5^uii^,ii^^ jwiiMi^^M^roaaaBKgMMBaMg the Y0U HEA^0FA rEALLY goor . Coupon | Wl/ilNG.MAKE AN07E OF IT THEN «, T/iERE. J Murdoch's 'LS 4S COM!-. /; i: OUTFITTERS TO AM.V /1A/- HOY. ??- Sol Green | LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT j r-rT.TYii»«-rng *x#eat*d Ml aQ ChjT*rni...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

THE PRINTING HOCSE! OF THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com- \ merclal Printing Executed on I the Premises. I Workmanship — The Best. Charges— The Lowest. T2E ' Western Age,' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

if He ster iid into 8 Piv «wit x \ , , . * ' l oru.iMicr. / \ our Store ? \ 8 rti'icfinination to t-e ? n \ *-€rttir es, I'e Iwil r^ad our D f I ' J And step'- 2d out I ' \KV ? v)\ J a better Messed J ^ l/V' J raan ? ? j '?? '? !$//%? W \\ ??-'« thf sntiffici! i '- Ml his face. j ?! I V^-jyV Note the faultlessly k'1 d appearance 9 ! I ;v'': ~y . he had impartid to In* i.utliu— tank at 1 ^ /S/ V l.'1 -V the fine style : '? / his clothes ^ if [s '|V/ «e cut in- / A1/ IV W/ P«y particu- f 3 j P' , . j- i/ attention I ?1 | V' ' fj of the athletic, per- I !] I ' / fectly ? constructed l 4 \ f shoulders of the \ ij ' Coat. ^ 'I Yet thi is !'.it a metaphor of what V*^ 2 liunc.-ciis nt men :ue dome weekly. ' .4 They realise '.In: the initial o itlay costs ---j .1 just as nui'.h lor, the badly-fitting Suit -*. j as for the perfectly-fitting Suit. ' /I He directed his steps to Economy, J too, bcc.iuso. whil-it he paid the same as I J before, his new :Vit wore twice aa long. fj. 3 That is, h; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

M. A Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band the best soleoted 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 onlv Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. Genera! Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORN1SHTOWN, COBAR, Ato prepared to enscr into contracts for supplying Chinese f ir ring-barking and acrub-cuttiDg, .is '.veil nu Chinese servants and cooka for station*. LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKEBY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, oarried. Cash buyer# of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. highest pbiohs given. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. J LINK OF j. Royal Mail Go aches | Leave the Booking Office, next the / Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, f Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for WILCANNI A, WHITE CLIFFS, Br6kEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels,, and ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

PRESBYTERIAN. I Cobar, Sanday, Jan. 10, 1915.— 11 .a.m., 41 Tbe Hand of God.' 7.90 p.m., 'Coma and Have a Drink.' All aro weloome. Short, bright unrkes. David MacGregor.

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A WAR VIGNETTE. SOUL OF A DEAD VILLAGE. FIVE HUNDRED LUNATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

A WAR VIGNETTE. 1 SOUL OF A DEAD VILLAGE. I FIVE HUNDRED LUNATICS. The London Observer gives some passages from a striking series of articles which (lino Calza Hedolo has been contributing as special correspondent to the Glorrjulo d'ltalia. Signor Hcdolc .s a native of Homo, 24 years of age, and known as an accomplished journalist, but It was Ills recent interview with Mr. Churchill that Introduced him to the English public. . . . we nave rearing Jhinel. It Is a »mnll village wedged in between two forts: a lamb in the midst of wolves. Not a soul remains. This cadaverous and freezing quietude Impresses one more than cannon halls. All these bouses hastily abandoned before tn German menace are as moving as seeing a condemned man mounting the gallows. There is a soul about tills village that strikes one more in Its deserted intimacy than tho spectacle of real death itself. It Is the sight of domestic life encased before imminent destruction; it Is the line embers of the human furnace th...

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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

Religious Services. CATHOLIC! CIIUROH. Cobar.— M&bs at 7.80 a.m. and 10 a.m. Evening Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Wrightville, — Mhsh at 8 a.m.; Evening Devotions at 7.30 p.mt Very Rev. Dean Hughee, V.F. Rev. J. Sexton.

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KAISER'S DISAPPROVAL. DISCOURTEOUS TO GRAND DUCHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

KAISER'S DISAPPROVAL. DISCOURTEOUS TO GRAND DUCHESS. Tlie news that the German Crown Prince's mother-in-law, the Grand Duchess Anastasia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, has renounced her German nationality, which she acquired through marriago with a German Grand Duko, in order to resume her native Russian nationality, recalls her quarrel with tho Kaiser at tho time of her daughter's wed ding (says an American paper). The Grand -Duchess Anastasia, a member of tho Russian Imperial Family, married at an early age, and exchanged life in Petrograd for tho monotonous existence In a minor con dition in Mecklenburg-Schwerin. It affected her so adversely that sho regularly spent every winter in tho south of France. Sho never bccaino Germanised, and being a woman of refinement and esprit was regarded with suspicion by tho Huns of her adopted coun try. r-Tho KaiBer disapproved of her. When his eldest son chose tho Grand Duchess Anas tasla's daughter Cccllie as his wife tho Kaiser, was disappointed. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

The Watchword of Rexona.j The watohword of Rexona is ' Rapid Healing. ' It is not denied that other oint ments have healing properties, but when put to the test none do their work bo speedily a a Rexona. Tho proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. The proof of Rexona is in the using of it. Rexona does not take three months to cuio a soro, that ought to be cured in a week. Rexona doos not dally with it's work like tlii*, hut what it has to do it doe9 at once. There are no irrita ting delays with this Ointment it is constructed for ppaoil and is like an oxpress train, while ordinary oint ments may he compared to the lum boring luggage traius full of dolays and sbuntings. Both trains get there it is true, but Rexona gets there first. Rexona is a reliable remedy for Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Eczema, Pim ples, Sores, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Pilos, and all irritations aud eiuptions r.f the skin. I Sold by all Chemists aud Stores I in triangular pots at 1/6 and 3/-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

I Tbe o&toh of the season — M'Gr&th I | and Poverty's Sale. Whoa *ro uy ' Bale, we mean Bale.*

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SNUBBED THE KAISER. GENERALS FALL OUT WITH EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

SNUBBED THE KAISER. GENERALS PALL OUT WITH EMPEROR. A correspondent In Warsaw states that ho has knowledge of tho cause of disagreement between the Kaiser and his Headquarter Staff after tho battlo of the Marne. Tho Kaiser wanted his troops to tako the offensive con tinuously with their wholo strength. Haunted by tho recollection of Bismarck, oujro tue correspondent, ne all out converted tho retreat into a catastrophe for tho German army. William insisted, in fact, that tho right wing should go on advancing although strongly threatened on tho flank. A debacle was avoided solely by the fact that tho Im perial command was flouted. It Is stated at Berlin that tho Kaiser, on lr.ar.l?!?e of th® retreat of tho Prussian Guard Jt Vitry-lo-Francois, said: 'Is General Von -ir!« J8®1* still living? A Samurai would havo 'ttcrontly. ' This remark has not been forgotten by tho German generals. The youngest soldier with the French Army is a boy named Ferdinand Briquet, who is , ee?A_ ««vlous to th...

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RIVERS DYED WITH BLOOD. HISTORIC STREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

RIVERS DYED WITH BLOOD. I HISTORIC STREAMS. Rivers have always played a great and sometimes a dcchilvo rule in tlio great drama of war, and the colossal European struggle raging at Die present moment is no exception to trio rule. On tho contrary* tho greatest bailie tho world has ever scon, both by reason of ItH duration and tho numbers engaged, Is iioL unlikely to go down to history as tho the olse, and tho Soinmc, all of which, during that interminable battle, literally ran with blood. What a role, too, ban tho Mouse played In this warl Indeed, it may be safely said that this river literally saved the situation, for it was lite dilltculty of crossing it In face of tho Aro of tho Liege forts which caused that fort night's delay in tho carrying out of tho Kaiser's programme which saved France, and perhaps eventually the British Empire. Dur ing that fortnight the waters of the Meuso were choked with the bodies of tho slain. Tho River Marnc will ever be memorable because it was along ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AIR CRAFT. NOT NEW TO RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

AIR CRAFT. NOT NEW TO RUSSIA. According to an articlo by an aeronautic expert in tho Morning Post, Hussla has all along taken a muoii more lively Interest In the employment of aircraft in assisting in military operations than she has been given credit for. Tho subject has particularly In terested her since tho Crimean days. In 1892 an aluminium airship was built hi Russia to the designs of Schwarz, an Aus trian, whose Idea for a rigid frame dirigible was tho basis of the Zeppelin airship of to uay, mis inventors patents navmg oeen acquired by Count von Zeppelin before he began building. There aro a number of aerial societies in Russia, headed by tho Imperial Aero Club, which has branches at Potrograd, Odessa, Rostow, and Don. Threo years ago there was an equipment of a hundred military aeroplanes. Of course, all those have long passed out of date, but in the interval fresh supplies have been purchased in much larger quantities^ a circumstance which shows that before the outbreak of ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROLL UP! [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

ROLL UP! I Tlio following marching song, written by Mr. Tom Wilkinson, appeared In tho Leeds Mercury:— Said tho Kaiser, 'I'm Grand Slam; I am tho Great I Am! I'm tho talking, stalking War Lord on tho wing! Who dares my flood to dam? Dare you face my battering-ram, When 1'vo got tho Lord Almighty on a string?' But the boys of British blood yelled, 'We'll help to dam your flood. With our pals wo aro standing shlo by side, Wo will givo nine kinds of massage to your swollen German sausage,, And knock your Kaiser stuffing to tho wide!' Chorus. So it's Join, Join, Join tho British Army! Show them what a Britisher is worth: It's tho ono and only way; Join tho Army! Join to-day! And kick tho blooming Kaiser off the earth. The harvest moon again looks on fields of garnered grain, There Is Peace, where your harvest has been led. But who tho harvest leads, where little Bel gium bleeds, And tho moon sees tho Harvest of the Dead? It's of you tho word is said, 'For this harvest of tho dead, The I...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Gobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915

Cobar Municipal Council. I The usual nicotine of the above Council was hold on Wednesday oven ing Inst. Prosent : — Aid Sutherland (Mayor). Loali, Francisco, Woollntt, Duffy, Goilon mid MorriHou. CORRESrONIJENCil!. I li'roni tho Dept. of Public Works, re i Xtei'Monof wnter mains to Wright villi}.— Dtifl'l n-'ived that tho matter stand ovrn* until it was asoor tn'iiud what, acli'in tho Wrightville Ci'Unrtl inteiiihid taking. — Seconded by Aid. Davidson and carried. From tho District Works Oflicer, giving particulars of the work ilecos saiy to oomploto the drains at tho roservoir. — The Mayer said tho work had since hoon done. — Aid. Francis co : And nl?o ltndou'' ! From tho fiscal Government Afso cialion, forwarding counsel's opinion upon the question of an alderman who had lual bin qualification as an eleotor, rotaining his soat in tho Council Tim opinion was to I lie effect that tho alderman's position was not affoctod.— Aid. Wnollotl. said ho was plimHfd tn know that cimiiHel | ha...

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