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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
Juab landed, nearly 600 yds- Lino- \ leum and Floor Cloth, direob from I Glasgow (Scotland), eaoh one a new season pattern. H. DOGGBR, Linsley Street.* The M Red Bird' . and ' Massey Harris ' Bioycles have long been known as the best and. higheflt-prioed maohines on the market. We are Belling these now at £15, with best equipment. All fittings for these machines stooked. — H. DOGGER, Linaley-streot.2 Tyres tulcnulsod, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or-'any ..'ilaas 'of - motor or oyole work. — H. DOGGER, Linsley sbreeti
GERMAN NAVY. PLANS FOR "SMASHING" BLOW. VON TIRPITZ WAITING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
GERMAN NAVY. PLANS FOR 'SMASHING' BLOW. VON TIRPITZ WAITING. A cable from London in Hie San '' innetseo KXiiiiiini-r. on Niiveintici- 7. (,'avo M'une infor mation of O-rmany's aitval laloiitions. It Is nut fully recognised la kUblaml, Hie uahlu said, Unit Ihe (.SiTinau aavy is ti .ter- ribly c-a'U-Ieiit machine, or that its IliaUlvjiy is not. due lu fear of tlio Urlllsh waisliHis. As a matter of fact, lh'J, louHuli that the Ccrman licet Is kept inside Hcllgul.iml s that the master mind which is worlOiib Ihe German naval caauiaitiii la slowly ''u\, iiiK hi:i plans and win aui siruu- .1. 'iy' . he feels he can strike lnrd and swill. Ai tho present moment the German warship, are preparing for action. They have ,UJ\ preparing for weeks. They will Ket i preparing for a few weeks yet. And the On the authority of the chairman of _ th ? Naval Budget Committee, L)r. I'llcgler. 1 l,.nc it that 'special new engines' are helm* placed on board every German DreadnoUMit' What these new engines are...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
Cobar District Hospital. ]SJ OTIOE is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of Subscribers to the Cobar District Hospital will be held in the Oounoil Chambers, under the provisions of the Publio Hospitals Aot, 1898, on Friday, 29th January, 1915, at 8 p.m. Business: 1. Confirmation of Minutes. 2. Consideration of Reports and Balance Sheets. 3. Eleotion of Trustees. . 4. Election of Committee. '5. Eleotion of Auditors. And any other business that may be lawfully brought forward. Nominations for the Offioers of Committeemen, Trustees and Audit ors, must be in writing, signed by two qualified Subscribers, and with tbe consent of the nominee. Only those subscribers who havo paid their annual subsoiptiona oE 108 from 30th January, 1914, to 29th January, 1915, are entitled to vote. .. G.r'MAB8HB, ' '* _ , „ . 8eoretarjr. Colmr, 9th January, 1915.
CIVILISED WITH LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
CIVILISED WITH LADIES. - I ''At Brussels the ladies avenge the German' affronts in an agreeable manner,' says a cor- j respondent of the Italian paper, Giornale I d'Ualia. 'They have sworn to turn their heads to I ono side when confronted by a German officer. I A few go further and politely obstruct their I passage in the streets. .1 can well imagine tho fury of those swagger and handsomo L'mneraulan subalterns. 'One of these stopped on the .tramway line and impeded the further progress of a tram, just fur the pleasure of seeing It halt, full of the lowniolk, before his own exalted person. IJtit he moved away when a lady, leaning out from the tram, iu a freezing sweetness, remarked to him: '.Monsieur, 11 fnut etro polls stvec Ics daincs.' ('Monsieur, one must bo civilised with ladies.')' Just before leaving for the front, as a joko Quartermaster-Sergeant T. J. Moss, of tho .'Mth Urigado Hoyal Field Artillery, whoso home Is at Teddlnglon, said to Ills wife, 'Don't worry, dear, you wi...
Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. 11 a.m. Thcro is strong evidenco that Ger many is preparing for a now ofTonsive in tho west. German railways are blocked by military trains going west ward Danish travollors say tliab on tho main lines from central Gor many, trfiops— niatiy vory young — aro being hurried away, ovuloiitly for a now army. Italy has fixed the timo limit for Turkey to apologise for tho Homeida incident and saluto the flag or suffer tho aonsequences. The Government irt dissatisfied unleBS reparation in oludea tho release of the British Con sulate and tbe punishment of the violators. A reply is required by the 10th instant. Tho possibility of tho Roumanians pai ticipating in tho war in tho near futiini is suggested by a report that tho United States will attond to Rou manian interests in Vienna and Ber lin. Except lor isolated actions oil the Stikali-liolimow front, thero is a com plete calm on tbe west bank of the Vi-iLulu.. Gortnans wore ordored to approach tho Russian...
NIETZCHE'S WEEDS OF THOUGHT. TANGLED THE GERMAN GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
NIETZCHE'S WEEDS OF THOUGHT. TANGLED THS GERMAN GARDEN Itobert lluehanaii wrote a poem un Nietz sche. after his death in IHOli, which seems ex traordinarily appropriate now. lJuchanan died the following year. It seems that ?N'letzsche'y weeds of thought have tangled the whole German garden:— 'Jupiter's gutter-snipe! A slirill-tongued thing Kunning beside the blood-stained chm-lnt wheels. Cr.vliiK ?llnsannah to the pitiless King, The ravening Strength that neither spares nor feels!' A Slav,! that sloritied tlie yoke and goad, Cast mud Into tlio well of human tears, allied at the. Weak who perish on the ruad, Slain by the Law which neither heeds nor hears! 'All hull to the Internal Might anil lilght, By which all life is sifted, slain, and shell! Lord, make me hard like Theo that day and night I may approve Thy ways however dread!' So cried lie, while indifferent to his cries ^past— S lrhlm|,lml cu'' '''-?'?t grinding And Io, the dust was blown into I1I3 eyes at last.' I'100'1 l''1 ''...
TO INVADE ENGLAND. ZEPPELINS AND NEW GUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
TO INVADE ENGLAND. ZEPPELINS AND NEW GUNS. The Sachsischcr Slaats-Air/.oiKet Cmixuii .Slate Gazette) received '- Uetuber IS contains the fu.iowtni; M.il,. .nj| [ ill l-v General llaron vun Aidenm-. General voa Ardcnne was in Ihe t.eneiai Adjiilnncy of the War i Mfice hi l.erl 11.— If tlie l-JiiBlish watch ea unr na\al 1' ? ? j liua tiorlumi- Wiliieltiishavi-ii- iienj,oiaiiu Mrnnslillltel is alllio-t llil|nis.-'ihle ill 'he I'le seilt circumstance* — lip to now it has liol lii-en at all successful - it will become quite iini'tinslhlu when ? ? and tae north cna»t of France to the iin-ulii of the Seine ale in German hands. The somewhat iiupioi.ai-e i»,*on French have ritivai. il trmii lluiilwnc opens up a wide view over i tei-many s uitiire pusi tiuu in tlie llKlu. I' lh«- ? ? 'so uf tune we shall he in possession of Calais, prohaldy al su of Uicppe n*l llavr.-. Al Calais the Channel narrows down to a width _ot kilometres (iiiN-iV miles'. Our :»0.;» (1-tnj howitzers have a range of 11 ...
Canbelego Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
Canbelego Statistics. The following buaineaa was trans aoted by tbe Olerk of Petty Sessions, OanbeleRo (exolasive of land agency I businaaa), and moneys received by him, for the year ended 3lBt Decem ber, 1914 : — No. of caseB under the Vagranoy Aot and drunkards punishment pro visions of tho Police OfTonceB Act, G7. Petty Sessions cases, whoreaccused bad been arrested, 39. Petty Sessions summons caso3, 87. Auctioneers, &c., liconaos, 8. Plaints entered in the Small Debts Court, 72. Executions issued, 12. Garnishee applications, 11. Bills of sale registered, 2. Tobacco liceneos issued, 21. Timber licenses issuod, 431. Receipts taken for publio moneys disbursed, 209. Number of lettors received, 815. Letters despatched, 664. Dogs registered, 113. Electoral claims received, 2. Objections issuod, 8. Curator's estates dealt with, 1. Miners' rights issued, 88. Complaints filed in tho Warden's Court, 11. Applications for lcasos of Grown lands, 16. Applications for leases of private...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 9 January 1915
Tatter sail's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania) NOW OPEN. OARRINGTON STAKES, run at Randwiok, 30th December, 100,000 » ? Itinlcata at 5/2. HOBART OUP (Speolal), 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Elwick, Hobart, Tas mania, January 27, 1915. Drawn on morning of day of raoo. LAUNOESTON OUP (Spaoial), 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Launceston, Tasmania, February 3, 1915. Drawn on morning of day of race. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Flemiogton, Vic toria, February 27, 1915. i Important Notice. On all Sweops on Races run after January, 1906, tho Taamanian Go- , vernment Stamp Tax will be 2d on eaoh 5s Tioket, and on each 10s Tiokot. Clients must thoreforo add these amounts to their remittances. |I0 '.\The Tasmanian Government has authorised the Trustees ot tho estate of the late George Adams to carry on tho license and conduct the sweep business under tho samo management as for soveral years past. ? TflE C0B^ MEDIC^Ii fl'/llili. Marshall-Street. j. mtokll. Proprietor. Every Descr...
Why They Became Bankrupt. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
Why They Became Bankrupt. I In the ofiviial paper» prrpnred by all iholl y 1 who Ble their petitions or becoinu bankrupt i\ V^ definite Muse of inilure i» always ii.-si«iic(l, . /? xnd jery curioui aro sunit! of the rcasutis fl giren. fl At Bradford n hhihII tradesman fitted in th« 1 r»aou «? ' Swallowed J«W teeth.' In upen I oonrt he explained that he had accident. illy I ?wallowed the teeth, Hint ther atuck in Ida 1 throat, that an operation waa iieowsarv. nnd 1 tli.t he thn. h»d to ueKl.vt hit biminr-,, for . ? week.. \lM Only »Uut th.eo year, atfu h olerWnnm . A'B wiOi a small ttipemi uffleially jr»ve ihe l-au-« ' ?' J 1 ot \Ai failure a. ' FallinL--oir in i,,-.i,;,,.,n Jl whldi h»d becu-TMily pcmulsr for the nmr. 81 ri^e of humhlo pfoplr. m,«,tly inilli.ands, 1 but .fter » eertnui «a.^. declarinjr that 'At 9 Trinity Chureli I Mot My Doom;' hud been ? I ?«nf e»erywhere, Y% tcurudy hnd a »inKl« I m«m«jre to perform. * ? A Mmncheiter man. not verv luu- »iju fl »llfy«d pubUcly that...
A Bachelor's Nieces PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER X-(Centinued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
h Bache[or'sjieces, ri/«..Sllfcb BV SHJOIAL ARRANGEMENT. 1 1 , ??V.o.i.i :.. 'I' ---??»??' -H.r )'r.'VH. Sf»l.' 'Brt-Mthth. W.re.' ? ' ? [.'I „».,, iW-hn*.,..' ??lr,*Uri,toflW.' ?? Tl.e Swrrt «. thf Mwr,' .. 1 1,. I ,... Si««.l.' ' A HH'len t.1,»ii.' ' - CV.n.irj *««»?«-'.' & 'll.i ri. .»?' I---' '» G«Mw H'l^...' ' A rW T..!,' -Hi. WilUnd Her*,' ic, *c. COPYRIGHT. ClTAnT.U S.-lCmilimttif.) I Sir liuniM Mi'' I'* n*n'e ro''' 'ver tu -'ra&«Mi' in th»- rvniinjr. Hngli lin'i nnl M'tii her -mi h-r.-i-h-i-k bffnr.', although, of iNinr-r. -hr h»-l toll Iiim that hir uncle ha-l «!V..n her Kitty, :m-l nlfn that Captain M-mlgumi'i-y luiil oBVicil to t''.i'l- licr ti- ri'lr. an.l 'lie ilnl nut in couin:'M politeness Know Iww to iliplinc. ' Hugh was wuirinp f»r thorn ,«t the hall ilmir. a' thi-y rod-: n\- te/it. He frit lrimiv the 'mmnrnt lie «h» IiuW pii-iiMMl Wen !n.iktil wIhmi lie .-hum- r«r- | wiinl to a?«i.»t her in il'-iiiimiit. 1 ?What do vim think 'f my 'K1™ tweomina a .u...
OF THE SAME FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
? 1 ? OF THE SAME FAMILY. It was company field training. The captain saw a young soldier tryiug to cook liiB breakfast with a badly made h'ru Going to him, bo showed him how to make a quick-cookiug Ure, saying: — 'Look at tho time you arc wasting. When I was in the Philippines 1 often had to hunt my breakfast. I used to go about two miles in the jungle, shoot my food, tskin or pluck it, then cook aud eat it, and return to the camp under the half -hour. ' Then he unwisely added: — ' ' Of course, you have henrd of the Philip pines!' 'Yes, sir,' replied the young soldier, 'and also of Ananias and (.ieorge Washington. ' '
THE POLITE AUSTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
TUli 1'OLITE AUSTKIANS. There had bceu a great many exag gerations about tho number of German troops quartered in Brussels. The one and constant danger with the German troops was their emptying all the cel lars they came across and getting out of hand. Tho German officers, needless to say, strutted about 'the conquered countrv.' Quite different was tne at titude of the Austrian officers, of whom there were a number. They wcro a model of politeness, never entering a cafe without saluting tbe people around most courteously. They had a marked weakness for tho renowned Brussels pastry shops reminding them of their Viennese ca.f'es.
A KAISER STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
A KAISER STORY. One of the most amusing stories of the Kaiser is again going tbe rounds. After some disagreement with the lteichstng his Imperial Majesty was sit ting iu a dejected .attitude in the Im perial Palace. One of his courtiers, in an attempt to dispel the cloud resting ou the Koyul br.ow, said: — 'Ah, aire, 'Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown,' as the immortal William said.' The Kaiser gazed at him questiouiugly f or a moment aud then asked, ' ' When did 1 say thati'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
A 'draught horse' bear, orgo a pint only cosls 6d in these parts, but away at Georgetown (Quoonsland) one haH to spar up Is for » ' pony ' beer. \Vlnt a tiilToronco, eh ? Just laudod, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum and FloorOloth. riireot from Qtftssow (Swoikkua), each one a tiew aouon pattern. H. DoaQER, Linsley Street.*
MAYS AND WOUNDS. PROGRESS SINCE THE BOER WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
£X-3UY8 AND W0UND8. PROGRESS SINCE THE BOER WAR. It i» »tatod by an expert that tho value of X-ray photography has novor been rculisod so fully in Eugland ub dur ing the past six weeks, says tho 'Man- chester Uuardiun.' At tbe tiino of the Boer War the process was in its in fancy, and tho apparatus wus quite crude — merely a tubo suspended above the patient. The system now is to place powerful lumps beneath the deal table un which tbo patient is laid, and tne plate held above can bo easily ad justed. Verv tine results arc secured, and already many limbs and even lives have by this means bceu suved which in the hospitals of ten years ago would huvo been regarded as hopeless. It is not, perhaps, genc\illy known that X-ray photographs not only serve to locate foreign bodies aud to displuy fractures, but that morbid conditions of tho tlesh and of certain urgaus can also be dctocted. In tho extraordinary collection of X-ray photographs which they have al ready formed at Net ley, certain ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
One of Many in Cohar. In ovory town in this Coinnion v.oi-.lt.li thoro aro many who stili'-jr fioin liidney (Mjom-u, too many of them not hiiowin;; lliu causo of tlit-ii- troublu. Aiiiv-m^ Iho ensily rnwiiuisBd si(!us -,i tho kidneys bo in^; weak or disou-eil mo backaob-.'. in intiry troublu.', uorvousucss, lirudnos^i, dizzyness, mid wniory S'.volliiiKs. In overy tov.n Lboru aril many who luivo been cniod by Doau's liackacho Kidnoy 1'ills.; it is onu of Ihoui in Collar who narrates tho following expoiioucn. Mr3. M. O'Connor. Mth Stroet. Cobar Hast, says: -' My husband hns nolbiiiij but ijdoiI to say of Donn's Backaclio Kidneys Pills, this remedy having cured him of a Bovero attack of kiduoy disordor soino six months ago. Mo sulforod torrihly beforo ho took Doan's Back acho Kidnoy Pills, tho pains in liia back boing so bad that he could not stand up straight with out enduring torture, and this great ly handicappod him in his work. Othor symptoms of kidney trouble wero had headaohes, ...
AUSTRALIAN ANTS AND OTHERS. AMERICAN ENTOMOLOGIST IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
AUSTRALIAN ANT8 AND OTHERS. AMKK1UAN ENT0M0L0U18T IN SYDNEY. (H? VJ.) M,^,''1 Au't'U«''' regard the ant mmmm «n inch, of ground ,„ bo iouuU whje e picnic party may spread a cloth and eujoy a poucelul meul without th« hi trusion ol these imvet hordes W. ha e on various occasions, -endured the ' iSt£ of the' Vfut';,7m;ftiB«.t»'S ?« an?, if ' ™ .. bul'-l0K' variety, the attack s u ost lerocioub aud paiutul. \\0 have applauded the estimable quaimcs ol the .ud,v,dual and collective ant as recorded m books by learned students of their domestic habits UUJ have .received good advice ,n our .eHool dV/in the form ot do to tho aat— tnou sluggard— couMder his ways uud be wiw,.' tfut in Australia, the sluggard need not eiort himself to seek the acquaintance of the mdustrious insect, let him sprawl a moment on the ground (auy old part of Australia) and the ant in uia million! wiU show more curiosity iu the ways of the *|uKgurd thuu vice versa. However, this precocious insect has enticed 1ro lesso...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
SUMMARY. Ovor £300 was taken nt a Oatholio bazaar bold at Nyngan recently. Mr. TreRe, Minister for Lands, diod on Monday morn'iDg, aged i5. The woman who can retrain from asking her husband whore he has boon is a pbilosophor Grand Continental in the Metho dist Church urounda to-nieht. ITenpa of attractions for young aud old. ' War is a business like any other.' Very well, thou ; wo'ro not fioing to eoUlo anylhint; until wo'vo Rot tbo Dill. A woman who marries a poor man for lovo has seldom any objection to bor daughter marrying u rich man for his monoy Upon rocoivinj! mi invitation. — i ' Wlmk^lmll 1 wear?' savs tbo wo Itniin. ' Will thorn bo anything ila cont to drink?' nays Iho man. ! Wo uro infoi niotl that tho Wrifilifc i villa sporta inluinl holding a day's i horso racing on Anniversary Day, wbon liboral prizos will ho oll'orod. I Tho Victorian Government hns I tnado tinungoiiiunlK to distribute over ; £40,000 in uoniiuctiou with aschemo to assist, settlors who havo been crip- ...
POULTRY. THE PRESENT POSITION. Retrospect and Prospect. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915
POULTRY. THE PEESENT POSITION. Retrospect and Prospect. While admitting iu his notes for the current mouth, that thu outlook for poultry-keepeis (particularly the small ones; is uot perhaps of the brightest, the l'uultry Expert poiuts out that the present position with regard to feed supplies is unfortunately nut without parallels. Aloro thuu once during tho last twenty years wheat crops have been a partial failure, uud the result has beou to nut prices up tu similar levels to those now ruling. Nut can uuy hopes be cuturtaiucd that the immediate ctt'ect of the high values for feed will bo to raise the price of the products; rather tho ten dency is likely to be the opposite, especially in regard to market poultry, the price of whiuh must tend dowu warns, owing to tho way pens :;-.' being reduced in order to ccouoniiso,..! feed. This reduction in the sizo of the flocks is likely to produce a reaction in subso queut years, of course, but to the man of small means tho present crisis can...