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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Religious Services CATHOLIC OHUKCH Cobur.— Maw at 7.80 a.m. and .7 «.» Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.ui Wrigblvilla.— Slooa at 8 a.m.; K.»--.. J DerotioriB at 7.80 p.m. Very Rov. Dean Hughe*. V.K. Her. J. Beilon.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ORCHARD. FUNGUS DISEASES OF APPLE TREES. Their Nature and Control. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

THE ORCHARD. j 1'UNGTJS DISEASES OF APPLE j TUBES. | Their Naturo aud Control. j Ol' a number of l'uuyi that are kuoiwi | tu produce cankers uu apple trees, the Biologist of the Department of Agricul tuiu mentions lour in particular us known to occur in Xevv tioutb Waled. Thu popular names of tureo oi these ury iflae* Jiui, Bitter Kot or Kipo Hot, aud illotch, and 'I'alsa'' is tue mure scieutilic iiuiiie assycialcd with the luurtk. Bitter Itol or Rlpo Hot. The term ??Bitter Hot' owns its uiigiu tu tho taste uf tho alluded tissue, : bill the bittoruuss vuiws verj much, uud may not bu detected. Thu term ' ' Kipu Uot' is not truly applicable, us tue disease may attack tho young develop ing fruit, thuugh tu tuu grower it 13 must obvious ou the ripening fruit. It hastens tho period of ripeuiug, aud causes the fruit to full prematurely, ur if the fruit is attacked when quite young, ihu apples iuuy harden aud dry into a bhrivolled stale and remain hang ing ou the tree as mummies. The cause...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

i'UKSBYTKRIAM. Cottfvr, tjuuduy, Jan. 1U 1915.— II a.m., ?' Pray.-Brethren. I'i.i t.' 7.80 p.m., ' Wnke,- Brethren. Wu'lce.' Short, bright services. All aro welcome. David MitcQngor.

Publication Title: Western Age
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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

' UbttiLULiUHAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. [ FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. 'These iNoton nre issued every week, uiider tbe personal supervision of the Hon. \V. 0. Ashford, Miuistor for Agriculture, N.S.W., and aro based mainly on the experience of the Department. No. 1U3. AGRICULTURAL. THE POTATO CROP. Iieop Cultivating Inipleincutu Gains. ? ??l'lovi.lo.l the land is well cultivated j during tin: summer, luu vory serviceable rains tliut huvo lallou iu various parts | ul' tliu 'inliJeliiuda should unsuro puyublu i crups ul' potatoes, even should tnuro be very little mure rain Tor tliu n ,x'. two or three months.' So said tbe Inspector ul' Agriculture, who is specially concerned with potatoes, ilis added ttiut the promise | il'tho biasuu in excellent. 'J'o bc:urc tbu fultilutuut of that promise? tut- laud ohuuKl be worked with lUe tint; cultivator to loosen the surface. , When the potatoes approach ihu llowor ing stage, it iu advisable to put uu the niutildbuurd nllueuuieut and Give tho itows n S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OF THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial 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 — 13 January 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

P«y Leu and / \ Dm Betlar. f He stepped into r \ our Store ♦??«^ \ with a determination to tie \ better dressed. He had read our \ 3^5, ? they read true. He was I lemptod to come. He came, ] And stepped out I a better dressed / man ? ! / Soe the satisfied Iwik on his lace. Note the faultlessly-pro' i .eil appearance he had imparted to his clothes— look at /Sf \4, * 7 the nne style I U Bit / are cut in~ / / U W/ W particu-/ J ll Ji/ I' nttention I ' I T 3P7 of the athletic, Per- 1 \ r / 'cctly constructed \ \ Y ' shoulders of the \ N. »-r Coat. o \ ' Vci ii.... '.r, tut a metaphor of what * hundreds cf men are doin;? weekly. They realise that the initial outlay costs just as much for the badly-litting Suit as for the perfectly-fitting Suit. He directed his steps to Economy, too, because, wh':l it he paid the same as before, his new -S lit wore twice as long. i) That is. hs =;ivH half! i Step in h-;: ? to-day. Sir! ' I Jennings Bros. 'T»f Mnr- ivhrrr Quality Coirali,' \ Latest \ Style...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

! M. A. Padula, 5 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, £ Jeweller and i Optician in Cobar, i HaB'always on hand the best seleoted stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with Ihe value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar. The onty Qualified Resident Optician. 'A Kwong On & Co. I ? General Storekeepers and f Produce Merchants, '?F CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, / Aro proparod to enter into contracts (or / Bupplying Chiuoso for ring-barking and j ecrab-cutting, aa well as Ghinoae servants I ftud cooks for stations. I LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY. f IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, f.;. t' MERCERY, ana BOOTS and p.- 8HOES, carried. ; Cash buyers oT R»hblt and Fox SUds, &.c. HIGHEST PBI0E8 GIVEN. - Orders Promptly Attended to. | MORRISON Bros'. i: LINE OF I Royal Mail Goaches fi Leave the Booking Office, next the &? Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, I Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and M and all Iutermediate.Stations. K All Fares, Parcels, and Lug...

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Mail Time Table. I Timo of departure from Cntnr Post ? I Ollico— I l'or Sydney, 7.M a.m. -:md whin l.^uiiir; ? Ula too 7.ir. a.m.). Tucrdavs, ?Mmredajs I and Saturdays. ? Wrifibtvillo, 0.30 p.m. »load,iy. Wc.lnra- ? day nnJ FriiV.iy. ? I.outb. Kriiiay. ft p.m. ? linden 1'arlc. Fii.lu.v, C p m. ?. ? Oilgunnift, l-'ridaj-.tip-m. I Mt. Drjudulc, Tinwliij-H ni.t l-'riuuys. 0 ? awl 0.1/; p.m. ? Kyningco hihI Fliuuk-bin, 'i;:t:i-il:iys, I .?i.SO'p.m. ?- I Elouera, TiicmIujv and Ks.turc!ii--s, 10 I aii-l 10.15 a.m. I \Vilc:.mii:i, TucMlays. '.'hiirsJa™ and Sut- I urdiiyd. S.aOp.m. I Illewong, JU.lid.iy. V.V.Jn,«L'ay and Kri. ' -I day. C.SO p.m. I Timo of arrival ul Pest. Ollico, Collar. I Prom Sydnuy, etc., M'.mUy, Wednesday I and Friday, 0 p.m. I Krom Wriglitville. Tui-inny, Tuunclay I and Saturday. 7 a.m. I From I.outh. Thureday. C a in. I From linden 1'iwk, Wcdncwlny. fi a.m. ' -? Vrnm rtitniitmt.'L. lilidtlinht Tliesdiw. I From »H. DryKdalo, Monday n-d Tlmi» day, 5. 45 p in. From Nynrn...

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The War. SYDNEY, Monday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 1 1 a.m. It IB officially aiinouncoil Hint all tho rebels in the Transvaal have heati rounded up. It is somi-oflioiiilly announced that the Russian fleet fought the cruisers Breslau and Hamidieh on the Glh instant, inflictiug serious damage. The Russian fleet destroyed a num ber of the enemy's vessels during the bombardment of Sinope, Trovizond, and elsewhere. Kinopali was hoin barded on January 8th. A telegram from Constantinople states the Porte's Gnanees are acute. Tho Porte is placing tho Constanti nople Board of tho Ottoman Dank provisionally under n. ouratoriuni duiing tho war. The Porto evidently intends confiscating tho funds to pro vide financial relief. Advices from Beirut state that all the French and Greek residents lmve been sent to Damasous under police supervision. Two Englishmen who were attempting to esaape from Beirut ware removed to Damascus in chains. The Berlin municipality has ap proved of the expenditure of 15,000 marks on a gift for G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Ti P Weltie, I Fruiterers & Greengrocers, I L1NSLEY STREET, ODBAR. -'? S3UTTKK EGGS, Eto., Alw&yr in I Stock. I Cr.rt Calls Daily on all Customers. I FlKST-0 1/ASS BUHA FOUNTAIN. I DI1INKS UNBCJU ililjisn IN OOUAR I D7H.l)UiNLOP, I AUCTIONEER. I STOCK AND STATION ACiRNT I COBAR. I AGENT FOR— ? I Tlio AUianco Assurnnco Co. I Norwich and London (Siokno'st _ I and Acuidout Insumuco). ''I CORRESPONDENCK IN'VIt'ED I IHUNK (t Whiskey. . j Tho Oroitin of Glenlivet. -!iim I llio Ittritesb shIo in N.S.V/. I Tli u iioiio'.viioil Buliiuiintn I NIGHT GAP GIN, ' J Tlio fiiier-t clintill«l in Uolliuv.!. ? I Cascade i4g&% . I IIOCAJIT. I 'Tlio ' Enfilisli1 -.f Aiihlrnli*. - I Brilish Triivollerr] kiicI l\x|w'--t ? I proclaim Cuscailo Alu to be l!:o I ' JOncliHli of Auul/ralin.' I Half luliLs. fiml liotUa.J. rui:uiva-l I twico a wook Ijy Solo A|;onts, „ I C. D'Arcy&Co., '' -17-1 GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Tattersali's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) NOW OPEN. OARRINGTON STAKES, run at Randwiok, 30Lh Oeoember, 100.000 1 ? Itinkntq ot 5/2. HOBART OUP (Spooial), 100,000 at 5/2. R-in at Blwiek, Uobirt, Tas mania, January 27, 1915. Drawn on morning' ot tUy of raco. LAUNOESTON OUP (Spooial), 100,000 at 5/2. Run nt Luincoston, Tasmania, February 3, 1015. Drawn on morning of day of raoe. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Flemington, Vic toria, Fobruary 27, 1915. Important Notice. On till Swoops on Races run aftor January, 190G, the Tasmanian Go ve'rnmont Stamp Tax will lie 2d on oach 5s Tiokot, anil id on eaoh 10s Tioket. Clients must thoroforo add theso amounts to their remittances. llO-.Tlie Tasmanian Government lias authorised tlio Trustees of tha ostato of the lafco Goorgo Aclams to carry on tho liconso and conduct tbo swoop business under tho samo management as for sovoral yoars past. 5PJJE C0BW JIEDIG/Hi fljlltli. * Marshall-Street. Proprietor. Every Descripti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

THE HOME OF TH3 MANT Tlio writor l ? onllv h?il -ho plriww nf inspoctin? llvl [wl.-iiinl dWi-n- -A -?? Pitt ''^pr.t p. ?ln-»«-. lrhifli m!s1t. :i:-T.y !t« tofnod ' the hnmc of th- ww for it is them thnt tli« finlrntio*! Att-v roml»;cR Ihc InrgMt hotel in ttn *w*. cm liemispliorp. tlie rooms totnllint; 7'!1 -roilcrn innovations tlioro nbouml, f.i-l :i» (ire-proof floors, an u|i-1o-ilnt-) library tho largest roof (jardon in Sydney, hih! Inrge social hull, otc. Batli rooms, -.Tit-' bot nnd cold -writer nre on rnth llnor ?Spacious ? writinff am! ree-5.sns ri(i'-i Tariff, .1/0 to -I/ft p«r -U.r. ' Writs tiu tariff card.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

:¥I0UNS| iill^lliVJxJ. - We have tha largest and moet ap-to-date stock A o! VIOLINS iu j Australia, and A our prices an r absolutely the | ? U lowest. \ Write to-day tor I our Illustrated J Violin catalogne ?; —it's post free. j j WE SELL- ;? !? Boy's Vk-lin3 - -from 61- i | School Violins - - „ 12/6 j ~ \ ' Academy Violins _ „ 16/0 'i] I Student's Violins - „ £2/6 !^ Orchestral Violins _ » 27/6 ' .' ; I Amateur'a Violins _ „ 40/- ; ; E--.1O Violins .. _ „ 60/- | '; ' iUti3t's Violins.. _ „ £5/5/ ? 1 Others in' great variety, up to £100. -^^^^ 838 GEORGE ST., I SYDNEY. I toil at Newcastle, lisnore, See. I a ? ? « . T. A. MATHEW8 anrl CO.. Marshall Street, Cobar Local Agents. prtotedand Published by Bidnby PEAKS Andkbson and Qbobgb Cobnrdiqs ? MAUPHANT, BoIeFiosrietore. »tthst- ' '? oiBoei, Bttrton-Btrott, Cobac, in tfe*. ; iitrai H»w Stall Webf ,

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Public Opinion. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Public Opinion. To tho Edilor Wkstkiin AaK. Sir,— Coloridgo's Kubla Khan wns written whilo undor tho influonco of an opiate Aristotle observed that undor the influonco of congelation of flip hoail, mnny persons became wri torp, proiihott', Ao. ' SuLscribor' must havo boon un der some iufliiouco when bo roso to such dizzy hoigbts with his olfusion of rccont dalo. Had bo mixed 'em ? for bis meaning was as oloar ns the Cohar water supply without the use of lime ! As nn artist — painting word pic turos— he is a fsiluro, but with prno tico ho may improve. Try again, and we may then understand his moaning. It appeals that n lawyer is bis tar get. Does ho not know that Bacon — not what he referrod to ou the wall, but Lord Bacon— I'mpinyoil all his o1c(]ueuoo mid logil knowledge for tho condemnation of the greatost of his botefaclors, Essex.— Youra, *c , ? AMUSED.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Latest War News. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Latest War News Sydki'.Y, Tuosdny. 11 a.m. Spocial constabloH in uoveral cf tho London subtiibs wnin called out whan news wns reccivod thnt a ntiiuher ol noroplanos wero scon Hying across tho English Chiiiiiifjl. Now Yolk morning impure com ment favoriihly on Mini Giey'x reply to tho United Stales' Note, ami ad mit Unit Iho order directing miiiii festos to ho kept secret could hardly havo any olhor effect than to nmtiso suspicioii. Attacks by Germans havo ngiiin lieen repulsod at sovoial points around tho western front Fiorco fighting conlintics near Ceruay. Twelve German airmen Hew over Dunkirk nnd threw 30 bombs. Tho casualties woro few and tho damage slight. The French entered Burnhaupt Io Haul and indicted hoavy losses en Iho enemy. An onliro Gorman bri gade was wiped out. A zeipelin and three noropiaues flow ovor Calais on Saturday night, in Iho direction of Dover. Sixleou noroplanos wore seen over tho Chan nel on Sunday, travelling toward* England, but Iho weather controlled t...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Cobar District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Cobar District Hospital. Tlia monthly ni'i-oting of the com inilU'o cf the Culiar District Hospital was hold at tbn ollico of tho secrotary (Mr. U. Martini) on Thursday, 7th instant. Present : - Mecsra. J. V. O'Dna (piesiilonl), W. M' Donald, M. J. DulTy, .1. Hiiluliison, M. A. David son, .1. Kiikmnn. II. 0. Wost. Mr. ,1. Mitchell wits appointed dis pnuser ou the same terms nnd condi tions us Mr. J. V. Pliiilip3. StnIT Nursn Sniilnon lorwnrdod her resignation, which was accepted with regret, nnd it was decided to grant bor a testimonial. Nurse Paull's ro signnt.ion was also nccoptod. Nurso Cribbo wasallownd Iho usual yoarly leavo of absotico, subject to the matron's approval. Tbe mattor of ordering suitable wood for tho ITospitnl was loft in Iho hands of tho president. The usual reports from the matron, meilicnl oflicor, nnil \i.-iting commit tee wore recoivod. On tho motion cf Messrs. Wost nnd Duffy, it wns decided that Dr. Lotcher ho written to, asking whothor ho has ohargod Mr. P...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Canbelego Patriotic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 January 1915

Canbelego Patriotic Meeting. A largo and inHuenlial gulberiug attended Levy's Stadiuir on 'Thurs day ovoning, 7th instant, for Iho pur poso of devising ways and moans to promote a local patriclic fund Mr. .1. Negus was eloctod to tho chair. Mr. llawkor, ntio of Iho principals in tbo movement., oxplaiuod that Iho object ol tho meeting wns to help swell llio patriotic fund. Ho appeal ed strongly for conliil ulions where with to KRiid food and comforts to llio Slilforci'H at tho front, onipliasi^iiu; the uoud for a corlain amount of Ptjlf deninl in iillnviulini! Urn terribl.i ili trass pioviiiliiig among llio widows and dopendenls of tbo bravo niun whn had died lor their country. Thu men lighting in tho troucho3 on boliulf of tho British Kmpiro had shown thcin solves warriors of provotl motal aiul dauiillcsB courage, and thoso who could boar Iho moans of wounded mon, tho wailing of the women and tlio pitoous cries of tbo foodlo3s chilil rou without either qualm or contri bution should ...

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FOOD FOR GERMANY. VALUE OF MUSHROOMS. MILK DRINKING ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

FOOD FOR GERMANY. VALUE OP MUSHROOMS. MILK DRINKING ADVOCATED. Although tho Germans affirm that their own land is self-sustaining, evidence is not lacking that they are endeavoring to realise more fully all available food resources. An artide in the Hamburger Nachrichten calls attention to the mushroom as a possible ataple of diet. The article makes no speci fic relerence to possible future scarcity due to reverses and the present closing of the oceans to German commerce, and speaks throughout in terms of domestic economy. It cniis attention to tno 'more than 200 edible varieties of mushrooms' that grow In Ger many. onc-fourtli of which havo high food vulue, one-fourth are of moderate worth, and the rest havo somewhat lower rating In nour ishment. Five of these varieties nro very common and aro easily recognised. In spite of this, tho article regrets. Ill forest nnd field many millions of marks go to waste annual ly In the shape of ungnthered fungi, espe cially In North Germany. Not...

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COST OF THE WAR. AN AMERICAN ESTIMATE. CANNOT LAST FIVE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

COST OF THE WAR. AN AMERICAN ESTIMATE. CANNOT LAST FIVE YEARS. Roger W. liabson Is writing for the New ^ork Sun a series of articles on the economic side of the war, in the first of which he asserts that tho war already has caused tho greatest loss In history ever produced by war. The Crimean war and the Franco-: PriiHHian war of 1870 did not together cost an much as the present war had cost three Months after it began. Following are points in Mr. Babson's article, collected by the I.'ternrv nienxt:— 'Whether the cost Is £3,(XK),OOU per day or £10.000,000 per day Is a secondary considera tion. Wo know that the rate of expenditure, the loss of life, and the economic strain are Infinitely greater than unythlng ever known before. The three inonlhs of lighting now past must already have caused as much loss and suffering to EngllHh, French, ami Itus nians as tho three years of the Crimean war. Certainly tile loss to Franco and licriniiny Is already greuter than that Incurred in the Franc...

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