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SIGNS AND PORTENTS. HISTORIC PROPHECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

SIGNS AND PORTENTS. HISTORIC PROPHECIES. Wars and rumors of wars beget fancies of every conceivable shape, und few possess a rag of reality to clothe their nakedness. In The Month for October tho Itev. Herbert Thurston devotes an article to u critical con sideration of 'War Prognostics and Pro phecies,' in which he says: — There can ill any case be no doubt that an atmosphere of excitement and unrest is singularly favorable for the propagation of credulities of all kludtf. We need not ex actly call it nerves, that is, if nerves be sup posed to be synonymous with a condition of abject terror. There is often no terror; terror, in fact. Is the effect rather than the cause. But there is n loss of mental balance, a disposition to clutch at straws, uii inability' to observe any outward object without mag nifying it tenfold, and we must believe that this attitude of mind is distinctly unhealthy. It may at times be a stimulus, but a stimulus which Is followed by a regrettable reaction. The ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"I AM AUSTRIAN!" A LONDON SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

'I AM AUSTRIAN!' A LONDON SCBNE. « Juln '(Lays 1 th^''aU?- Kif ''V,''*' ','1 SaTsS^ftSTaS ipsssrf I Hi it i .1 . u MMlct lapse of the rain n» ?WST JKW StJSJS pMrwssr® «s jtsS branco of tho long, rich levels »r 't shire. thu bluc-grccn depths of ,,,'v™bf tho quiet mini; (.mi lanes and meadow-mvrit of Devon: and Loudon ,)lw ° once mom tho land for which she stands otor nHnH'0n^r-h„rV Wr° '' hv„ h twrlhl,, election, ? sj°n« i''u«o uk.™ was « ,'w , \V women, will, waited steadily In Aflcr il wl,||„ nno looked nt them with new oyes. It wan a' svmlml of iim'l waiting, that waiting.' helpless „ t,mt nul8t ilIwil-'s ho woman's lot When tile last appeals havo falleil and the fight has to bo fought out. Anions Lhem tliero was a keen-nyed, thin-faced little suf fragist, with a wisp of party-colored ribbons anil a few papers to noil. A policeman In n wet waterproof cape, paced slowly up and down ontsldo tin- group. Thcro was ano i '' J1!',', lmllli'ig 'lie half-opened door. Nothing was said, i....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Tbe Red Bird' and ' Maasey Harris' Bioycles have long been known as the best and highest-prioei maobines on tho market. We ara selling these now at £15, with best equipment. All fittings for these maobines stooked. — H, Dogger, Linsley-Btreet.2 . x At tbe Central Police Court, Syd ney, on Thursday, Wm. Maokinnell, late aoting secretary and treasurer of the Federated Engine Drivers' and Firemen's Asaooiation, was.oommit ted for trial for misappropriating a cheque for £2 19s 6d. Mr. Turner, secretary of the association, said the general defioienoy for whioh aooused was. believed to be responsible wag over .£110. lyres vulcanised, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or any olass of motor cc ovele work.— H. Dogger, Linaley street.4 ? Cobar Counoil invites applioatiocC ' for the position of poundbeeper.

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Newcastle Miners' Strike. PROPREIETORS PROPOSALS REJECTED SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Newcastle Miners' Strike. PROPRIETORS PROPOSALS REJECTED. Sydney, Saturday. The Northern Coal Miners at New castle, who are out on strike in con nection with tho afternoon ahifb trouble, have rejected the proprietors proposals. The miners are preparing further proposals and intend to ap proach the proprietors for another conference.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Gruesome Tragedy. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Gruesome Tragedy. . PERTH, Saturday. An arrest has been mado at Dan daup in connection with the murder of the littlo girl Bell, aged 12, who was found dead in bod with her head almost cut oil.

Publication Title: Western Age
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

SUMMARY. \Y,-i.ih... hot and dusty. I- »?:' Li uat & dark girl — sho can ue*. i i»i fair. isyngan P. and A. Association hin-- iii-cided to hold llioir Show on April 28 and»29. ft i.\ C Davis, general secretary of tin! A.M.A. of New SouLh Wales. urrivod in Cobar yesterday. Messrs Arthur and Hilton Gould, [ formerly of Cobar, have joined the Australian Expeditionary Forces for the front. Every time a man us)* he loves his enemies, or likes work, we are tempted to speak tip and any what we think of him. The inorease by the Coif's Harbor bakers of the coBt of the four-pound loaf from 8d' to 9d has. caused a lot of comment. Attention is particularly directed to an advt. elsowhern relating to in oomo tax returns. Those interested would do well to study the notice. A young nmn from Watbha, who was rejected for die expeditionary forces, took it to. much to heart that it is feared he has dmiu away with himself. Wo regret very much to hear that Mr. William Longworth, ono of tho well-k...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatal Fire Brigade Demonstration. Melbourne, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Fatal Fire Brigade Demonstration. Melbourne, Saturday Whilo firemen were giving a dem onstration at Eastern Hill firo station yesterday afternoon, a motor pump engine ran into a group of spectators. Ernest Alderman was killed and fiva othors injurod, Bome seriously.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Methodist Continental. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Methodist Continental. A Continental was held in the Mothodist Church grounds on Wed nesday evening last, which was largely attended. The grounds were illumin ated with electrio light, and various stalls woro dotted about, tho whole making a pretty picturo. Tho stallholders woro as follows : . Refreshment Stall. — Mosdames W. T. Jamos, W. Poison and Wheeler. Sweets Stall.— Mrs. A. B. Camp bell, Misses Canipbell, Lake and Mc Phail. j Cool Drinks Stall--Mesdamcs May, Young and Adair. Dip. — Miss M. Kemp. Tto programmo opened with the singing of the Nitional Anthem, after which the following items were ren dered : — Instrumental duot. Miss Ma vis and Master Gieatz ; song, ' Songs that Won the Empire,' Mr. B. N. Dart ; instrumental duet, ' Love's Old Sweet Song,' Miss Campbell and Mr. E. Gudgeon: pianoforte solo, Miss M. Green ; song, ' Little Grey Home in the Wes;,' Matron Broad bead ; instrumental duet, 'Southern Smiles,' Miss Catrpbell and Mr. E. Gudgeon; musical uonologue, 'Littlo R...

Publication Title: Western Age
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To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

To the Editor WESTERN AGE. Sir, — Your correspondent, 'Amus- oii,' apparently must bo making a mistake in supposing that your otlior correspondent, ' Subscriber,' in his latter which appeared iu your issue of the 9th instant, whs referring to a lawyer. It jeema as if the reforonco iu that letter was to a gentleman who ? occupies a Magisterial cllico in our littlo town, ami who declined to allow a aolf-important individual to contra vene the rules which should govern all court procoduro. In passing, the probability is that tho public would liko to know how ' Subscriber' Iivos, and when he last did any honest ' graft.' There is no technicality about that. — Yours, .to., ————— JIM'

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

/ Municipality of Cobor. APPLICATIONS ire hereby in vited for tbe pc ition of Pound keeper to the aboi i Mnnioipality, returnable to tbe un ersigned on or beforo Tuesday, 2nd February, 1915 Specification of dt ies may fce in spected at the Co ncil Chambers during office hours. Successful applioa t will have to provide a bond of at east £20 for tbe satisfactory perform! toe of bis duties. J. IEALY, Town Clerk. Counoil Chamber! Oobar, Jan. 15, 915.

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Public Opinion. THE DROUGHT PROBLEM- CAUSE & HOW TO REMEDY. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

i ? ? ? ! Public Opinion. ' THE DROUGHT PROBLEM— CAUSE & HOW TO REMEDY. To the Editor Western Agb. Sir,— -Will you grant 'me space in ' j your widely-read journal for a few / remarks on the above most important / snbjeot8, affooting the pastoral indus- ff try of New South Wales. ? . I have read oarefully Mr. Woollett'a suggestions on the subjeot, and ha tells us the Cobar P.P. Board com plimented him on it. ,In my opinion his schema is absurd, and I agree with tho writer signed ' Grazier' that Mr. Woollett has a vory feeble grasp of tbe subjeot ; and surely some 1 bettor light should bo put boforo tlio committee of gontlomen now sitting and making all inquiries. I may say that I havo boon a landowner in tbo throe divisions of New South Wales, and havo met droughts in each of -, them. My experience has been that r tho runs that aro not improved stock aro nearly always starving, and then it does not take much of a dry spell to mako it disastrous on any unim proved holding. Tha...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Religious arvices. catholic' qiUROH. Cobar. — Mass at 7.90 lttu nnd IT ».ra. Eiening Devotions}* 7.80 p.m. Wrightville. — Mass at f-«jn.; 'Evening Devotions at 7.80 pia. Very Rev. IXta Hughes, V.F. Rev. J. Sexto).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

THE PRINTING 1101 se| OF THE WEST. j - s All Classes of General and Com- \ « merclal Printing Executed on ? ' the Premises. \ Workmanship— The Best. ) Charges — The Lowest. T'M 'Western Age ' Barton Street, Cobar. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

P»T till Draw Batter. / )He stepped into our Store with a detehninadon to oe better dressed. He bad read our ads. ? they read true. He* was. tempted to come. He came, And stepped out a better dressed man ? ? ? ! See the satisfied look on his face. ' the faultlessly-groomed appearance he had imparted to his clothes— look at I/**» VNij A», the fine style / fi t- hi3 d0thc3 / / IS / are cut in— / I 15, / pay particu- J I Ivwygw iar attention I I y~jn of the athletic, per- 1 \ lectly ? constructed \ \ [ / shoulders of the \ Coat. c \ Yet tl.is is but a metaphor of what ?; hundreds of men are doing weekly. They realise that the initial outlay costs just as much for the badly-fitting Suit as for the perfectly-fitting Suit He directed his steps to Economy, too, because, whilst he paid the same a3 before, his new Suit wore twice as long. That is, hi; saved half I Step in he. ? to-day. Sir! \ I Jennings Bros. ? 'TA# Jtor* t pAerc Quality Count*, Patterns, Materials, Department of Taxation, |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

M. A Padula. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the bosb selooted 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 only Qualified Resident Optician. | Kwong On & Co. j Genera! S'car^i'.c p :i'3 ?.n:l Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Aro prepared to enter into contracts for supplying Chinese lor rhitj-barkmg ana sorub-cutting, us well .13 ObinceJ pervants and cooks for stations. LABGE STOCKS OE CROCKERY, 'ironmongery, grocery, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, oarriad. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGHEST PBIOES GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. I : ' $ MORRISON Bros'. LINE OF | Royal Mail Go aches % Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, 5 Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and ' SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for i WILCMMIa' WHliE CUFFS, BROKEN HILL j and all Intermediate Stations. * All Fare...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

*JT' -cmr- : r- ? ? ;g 'IT. -V.Ki griWimnBag— — — — I — — —I — d_a Mm 111 n-mi h b wjffl l|j M Mil hi -gsaigy m^5^' MKmBUBBUMaai* 1 gji , mm m m Firirli m m m\ u& ^ Eft? frlKLBftn?' iBBEMgH^f.aypN^ Bl jf^l M *rrTT'nri'ir*1 ' WfUPlllll ?nmrrTTTTi-a^fM.jgiK.n^rr-., f YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR j | PRODUCE andSTOCK. I TRY I MARPI50N, JONES* DEVLIN HD j j SYPNEV: WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. 1 1 ^ '' ; ;vL'1'',WJW/ ' — . -. iwi» 'Jtmmnwp»iu»u«i'wi.umiu.gv hijuuh u— m# i~9~l I Murdoch's Red Spot Sale in conjunction trilh Annual Suit Offer rn i Made-to-Order .nln 50/- - Suits - NOW 42/9 55/- - „ „ 47/9 53/- and 70/- „ 58/9 75/- and 84/- 67/9 { COUPON ? Please send me a Red Spot Sale Book ? and Patterns of Red Spot Suiting Offer : at 42/9, 47/9, 58/9, 67/9. Strike oat the price you want i Name ? . j Address ? ? ? Bargain Time Begins JAN. 15th. Get a Red Spot Sale Book tuil ot Bar- gains. Post Free. Use the n I Coupon , an PMWBWiWHiUWinMHWJ»llll«IWMift»jumjwm iljimiihmmew»mb!i 9 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

You can make the best purchases (in children's footwear and hosiery at A. B. Oamfbbll's.* Mr.. A. 0. JohnBton, dentist, will resume praotioe in Cobar on January 28tb* Belling Bedsteada as we do, it ia onlf natural we have great demand lot Blankets, and our prices are tbe lowest. H. Dogger. Unslay street, Cobar. i Tho catch of tbe season — M'Grath and Po.wderly's Sale. When we say Sate, we mean 8ale.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

2 Schnapps The Pure Alcoholic Beverage NOTICE. JVTOTIOE is hereby given that I have this day appointed Mr. George Marshe, of Oobtir, to collect and receive all accounts due to tbe ' Cobar Pharmacy,' lately carried on by J. V. Phillips, and that his receipt will be a good and sufficient dis charge. H. C. H. UEEN, Manager. ?. Cobar, 2ith Dee., 1914. Notice. ^ LL persons found shooting, kan garoo hunting, or otherwise TBESPA8SING on Meryula or Oor onga Downs Holdings will be pro seouted without respect to persons. ? THE MANAGES. 'Western Age' office for Confectionery and Fruit Bags at Bedrock prices. Constipation. f CYDNEY NURSE FREQUENTLY RECOMMENDS DR. MORSE'S V INDIAN ROOT PILLS. 'I can ntav- Unit Dr. Morso'3 In- ? l/ dinn lioot I'ills aro a very useful me- L clir.itio for reliof from Constipation j a-./.l.as a r.cncral laxative,' wrilys I Kurso I hi n nail Arthur, ot lDdKuhill A i Eiroot. Uotaay, Sydney, N.S.W., 'I If, lri-.e frcqueiilly rccommonilcil those tC 'J I'llis to friends,...

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Latest War News. FURTHER PROGRESS. SYDNEY, Saturday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Latest War News, FURTHER PROGRESS. SYDNEY, Saturday, 4 p.m. Further progross, though small, is announced at almost every' part of the French line. A brilliant bayonet attack by Zouvas carried positions near the road from Arras to Lillo. The Germans took St. Paulendred, near Sotasons, but lator it was re taken by the French. Bridges built over tho Mouse at St. Mihiel by the Germans have been destroyed. People arriving in Paris from Crony state that they lived in cellars during the three monthB of the fight ing, and that there's only one house left standing in the town. The Broslau and Hamedioh opened fire on Russian oruisers, whioh re plied. It is believed that both were hit, but esoaped in the darkness.

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