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

— k— WArtMrnM 1 W ? j I bm!im ^ p ^ | S The Vacuum Oil Company's I New Brand | I I American Kerosene J ] % ? i

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

OPEN - AIE SLEEPING. I] Stronger and stronger grows the ad- , II vocacy by the medical profession o£ II open-air sleeping. Tho need of such 'ff accommodation has been filled in Manly, V J1 by that fino residential hotel 'The \Jl Pcoplea' Palaco,' Belgravo Street, with V' its spacious roof garden, as also has fl been tho need of a moderate tariflf. hir I. its charge of 5/- per day, or 27/G per week, and meals separately at 1/-. Critics declaro that this home of coun- I try visitors has reached tho pinnacla , of value in accommodation. Its fur- '' / nishings are in oak. Baths, with hot V and cold water on each floor.' Electric fl light throughout. Tasty home-cooking. I Beautiful panoramic view. 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

J & P Weltie, 4 ?'$ Fruiterers fit Greengrocers, LINSLEY STREET, C _- !'? A K. | 'I BOTTER EGGS, Etc., Always in ji Stock. ..J, Cart Calls Daily on all Customers. FIRST-CIjASS BODA FOUNTAIN. DRINKS UNEQUALLED IN COBAR. OVdunLopI AUCTIONEER. STOCK AND STATION AGENT COBAR. ' \ ? % AGENT FOR— r Tho Alliance Assurnnon n-. Norwich and London (Sickness ;; and Accident Insuranoe). CORRESPONDENCE INVITED J I DRINK P. DAWSON'S Whiskey. ~ ? The Croatn of Glenlivet. Has ; tlio Iargost sale in N.S.W. Tho Ronownod Suhiodaui ^ NIGHT GAP GIN, The finest distilled in Holland. Cascade Ale, HOBART. | J ' Tho ' English' of Australia.' i. British Travellers aud Experts ?- proclaim Cascade Ale to bo the 1 ' English of Australia.' ? Half bdds. and bottled, received . ? twice a woek by Sole Agents, C. D'Arcy & Co., f 474 GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. v ' t

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPALLING DEATH ROLL. A HUNDRED THOUSAND CASUALTIES. RIVERS RUN BLACK. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

APPALLING DEATH ROLL. A HUNDRED THOUSAND CASUALTIES. RIVERS RUN BLACK. SYnXKV, Saturday. Tho casualties by tlio earthquake iu Italy havo reach-;;! nearly 100,000. Evory hotol at Fiuggi, near Rome, was damaged or collapsed, and rivors in tho vicinity ran hUck for two hours after the shock. Hundreds of bodies havo boon recovered from tho ruins of damaged towns. Tho Pope has visited the hospital near tho Vatican to see tho injured.

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

' ? 'I* B' ' t * THE GLORIOUS 9 ! LIPP Pianos J arc WiKF. V' TON!!. KESPON- \ sivn in t t«y:n, artistic in APPEANAN* 'M. and SOLID IN j CO N SI RUCTION. j { V- 'iuP^PXANOS arc built by men ? x'a«t-cxperftnce and the materials used M ' \ n— chosen by specialiists (or their 1 : li-; VvLLCNCE AND DURABILITY. I' \V- -all genuine LIPP PIANOS j fui.v ioaranteed. and oa EASY u * 4 TIME PAYMENTS if d««lr»d. | k Oar Descripti\w Catalocue a v and Price List it post (re*. ft I I | and nt NEWCASTLE, LISN0RE. Oc. | T. A. MATHEWS and CO., Marshall Street, Cobar Local Agents. ?rinted and Published by BIDNBY PBA.VK ANDERSON »nd QEOBQB 0OENEt-lU8 MaXJPHANT, Bold Froprietora, atihslB oISom, Barton-etreet, Oobar, in tk». N«w Boat) W.I.1 -: . ,1 .« , - ' ? 1

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORSE THAN MESSINA. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

WOBSE THAN MESSINA. Later. The earthquake in Italy was more terrible than at first supposed. Tho few survivors at Avezzano are camped around fires in the principal square, and seem to have lest their senses. One survivor states that ho was in the street when tho uhook^came, and the whole ul&ce suamed to nrnmhln into pieces. Others say the destruc tion eclipses that of Meusina. The town is one immense cemotery under tho ruins, from which groans and cries are heard everywhere. Twenty other towns have been destroyod.

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

Mail Time Table. ;; J Time of departure from Gobar Post - I Ollice — 'I For Sydney, 7.30 a.m. (and when bearing lato fee 7.45 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Wrightville, C.30 p.m. Mondny, Wodncs day and Friday* . |^H Louth, Friday, 6 p.m. Daden Park, Friday, G p.m. ' Gilgunnia, Friday, 6p.m. Mt, Drysdale, TucsdayH and Fridayn, 6 and 6.15 p.m. Kvmageo and ShuttleLon, Thursdays, ! 5.30 p.m. Kloucra, Tuefidays and Saturdayn, 10 ' - and 10.15 a.m. Wilcanuia, TucsdayK, ThtirKda}*s and Sat urdaya. S.yOp.m. lHowong, ^londay, Wednesday and Frt day. C.30 p.m. ' Timo of arrival ab Post Oilico, Colmr. -v^H From Sydney, cto., Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 p.m. From Wrightvillo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.iu. From I.outh, Thursday. 6 a.m. From Baden Pack, Wednesday, 6 a.m, — ' From Gilgunnia, midnight Tuesday. From Mt. Drysdale, Monday a^d Thurt- ./^H day, 5.45 p m. From Nymageo and Shuttloton, Wed nesday, G a.m. From Elouora, Tuesday aud Saturday* .:„^H 7 a .in* :!rH From ...

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

SHOCKS IN SWITZERLAND. Severe shooks of earthquako havo been folt in the Mount Blatio Bange, Switzerland. There wero many ava Ianohes, and several villages wore isolated. ? .

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. Sydney, Friday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

The War. Sydney, Friday. . 4 p.m. Cossacks entrapped two companies of Turkish soldiers and 120 gunners on the Caucasus frontier, and the whole of them were either killed or taken prisoners. Nino field guns were also captured. A mist has hampered artillery operations in Belgium. There has been heavy fighting north of Soissons. The Allies have progressed north west of Crony, but were forced to give ground before Vregcy. Floods on tbe Aisne have destroyed several bridges, endangering commu nications. The opposing armies in many parts of Flanders have been wnshed out of their trencbos. Sydney, Saturday. 11 a.m. The Britisli'on Thursday oapturad an important strategio point at La Bassee. The German losses were heavy, and many prisoners were taken. British casualties wore light. An epidemic of fever is oausing anxiety to the enemy in Belgium. Germans have begun tbe bombard ment of t^e whole of tho Russian front with llin. and othor guns, maxims and rilles. The Germans Imve been considoral...

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

LATER- DETAILS. Lator. Latest news of tho earthquake in Italy stato that 25,000 wero killed. Hundreds of refugees have arrived at Naples and Rome. Five thousand of tho injured aro In hospitals there. Out of a population of 1500 at Mag liano, thoro wore 1300 casualties. Tho whole population at Capelles wero buriod in the ruins of the town, j while at another town 450 out of 500 residents wero killed. Rescue work is proceeding with all spend.

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

Canbelego Patriotic Club. This newly-formed Club held ita second enthusiastic meeting last Thursday evening, in Messrs. Levy and Wall's Stadium. Mr. J. Negus presided. The obalrman, in tbe course of a stirring address, expreesod pleasure at ssoing suoli a large »(,«juu»..uo, and the apparent unanimity of feel ing as to tho objoctof the movement On an occasion of that dosoription it would perhaps be permissible to ro view briefly events which had led up to tbe worst catastropho in Europe since Napoleon's ambitions wore fin ally crushed ou tho field of Waterloo. Tho Emporor of Austria, afteraroign ol 60 years, during which ho was re coi-nisnd by tho whole of thooivilisod world iih a lovur of poaco, deolared war on Sorvia — acting, it is foarod, on tho promptings of Germany. Rus sia tlion statod that sho could not stand idly by ami uoea small country liko Soma crushed. Germany and Austria having an allianco, and France and Bussia a similar undorstauding, a goneral European war was inev...

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

PRESBYTtRIAN. N Cobar, Sunday, Jan. If 1015. — 11' a.m., ' Pray, llrethren, t»y.' 7.80 p.m., '? Wake, Brethren, wake.' Short, bright service^ All are vrelcom*, I|yid MacGregor. i i

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Earthquake Italian Towns Destroyed. CHURCHES AND STATUES SUFFER IN ROME. THOUSANDS KILLED AND INJURED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Terrible Earthquake I Italian Towns Destroyed. OHDROHB8 AND STATUES SUF FER IN ROME. TH0USAND8 KILLED AND INJURED. Bydney, Friday. An appalling, earthquake lias oo ourred in Italy. Tho town of Avez zano was completely destroyed, and shocks wero folt at matjy plaoes. Buildings at Potenza wero seriously damaged, and the greatest bavoo was oreated in tho villages suriounded by tho extinct volcano of Monte Vulture. Thoro was a tidal wave near Naples, and a second shock was folt at Bomo, whore tho inhabitants spoilt tho night in tho opon. Most of the people of Avezzano woro at church at the. time. It is boliovod that only a thousand oscaped. Tho populace docldrod that tho quako was a punishment for tho sina of tho men fighting against tlioir hrothors at tho war. In tho town of Pofli, half tho inhabitants woro des troyed, and towns of Aielli and Mag liano woro completely wiped out, the bit'fir I'uving a thousand persons killed and 500 injured] whilo in tho formor town 40 woro killed. In t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Famous Australian Brewery. RESCH'S RECORD YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

Famous Australian Brewery. RESCH'B RECORD YEAR'. ReflcVs Ltd. ia tlio most truly Australian brewery in the Commonwealth, aii-l this fact came out very strongly the other day. when tho Commercial Travellers of N.S.W. paid their usual annual visit to the brewery. Moatintoreatinthomachinery was centred in the newly installed ono hundred ton i co- machine, electrically driven, tho first of it's kind in Australia, its ueo being to cool tho cellars in whioh tho beerisstorod. Aftorin spooting overy department of this most mo dern browery in tho Commonwealth, tho Commercials sat down to a firet-fclosa spread, with tho conviotion that tho beautiful har bour and Bcsch's beautiful Australian Lager are tho two'big attractions of Sydney in tho hot weather. Mr. W. O. Hopkins, manager of Itach'fi. in welcoming the Commercials, said: — 44 1 am sure you will all bo pleased to know that all our brows arb- made in Australia |by Australian: xor Australians and ontirely from Australian products. We ther...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

The War. 8YDNHY, Thursday. 1 1 a.m. Th.i Turks and Kurds have reiiolied M:ir»ga, and a inaHSacreof Arniotiions between t.ukoa Van and UliJu. is re Tioi t:ni. Many Clirif linns in Aznlmi »-.-! Iho ' Aiiislkirl Valley Imvn ilieil --( ami wold. Fifty thou hiin-! tefugcuH havo ictiulieil tlio Cuu ClUIH Enver l'nslia exoouted soveral oiVi cora at Erzrisuni for' oxpreBbing dis respect to Germany. There has boon pevore fighting nt Karaugan. The ltuasians oaptured 1 5(10 prisoners, including many offi cers, and also destroyed a battalion of thu 52nd infantry. The Bussians captured a position in Turkish terri tory, and seized a depot of artillery dliella and cartridges. The Turkish advance guard has reached Tabriz iu north-west Persia. Pro-Germans in Rome are prepar ing a petition for presentation to the Government urging Italy to maintain its neutrality. ? It is denied at Constantinople that tho Egyptian expedition has been abandoned. Turkish officers commanding at southern Syria do not sho...

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

Uric Acid Solvent. If tho kidneys aro in proper work ing order timt waste product and poison cnlled urio acid whioh is continually boiiiR formed ,in the human body is in n... '*'1 kidneys through the ' bAauwT^i? on the othor hand the kidneys are sluggish or diseased these or gans are uiiahlo to etiuinato and filter (mi *. ' ? i-« (KjUunuUa product and it remains in tlio blood and tissue in the form of small crystals whioh oause excruciating pain, es pecially during muscular movement. This pain is variously termed, rheumatism, lumbago, soia'.ioa etc. but by whatever name it is called it all arises from the same cause, that in kidney (.rouble. To cure rheumaLibiu and kindred ailments tbe source of trouble must be first attended to, anil the kidneys put in proper working order. Dr.. Sheldon's Gin Pills will dissolve this uric acid in tlio blood and stimulate tlio ki.Inoys to carry off this dangerous poUon in the .way that Naturr intonded tliem to. Dr. Sheldon'B Gin Pills* are obtainabl...

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

Tattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania ) NOW OPEN. HOBART'' CUP (Special), 100,030 at 0/-2. Run nb Elwiok, Hobart, Tas 't mania,' January 27, 1915. Drawn on morning of d*y of raoo. ( LAUNOESTON ODP (Special), 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Lwocoston, Tasmania, February 3, 1915. Drawn oa morning of day of raoa. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 100,000 at 5/2. Run at Flemington, Vic toria, February 27, 1915. Important Notice. Oa all Swoops on Races run after January, 1906, the Taamanian Go vernment) Stamp Tax will bo 2d on eaoh 5s Tioket, and 4d on eaoh 10s Tiofeet. Clients mast therefore add these amounts to their remittances. DO -'.Tho Tasmanian Government lias authorised the Trustees of the estate of the lata George Adams to carry on the license and conduct the sweep business under the same management as for several years past. \ SPJIE C0B/IR MEDICAL flph. f MarsHall-Street. J, MTOULL, Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A large assortment of Perfumery, Fancy ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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KHAKI BUTTON LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

KHAKI BUTTON LEAGUE. ! the'l'iMmes:— CaC0' °f Choster,lcld writes to . through your paper ask your readers to join the League of tho Khaki Button? nH.e„r°.8 no aa',scrlption and no exnenBe other tlian to buy anxl wear a small khaki button. Every one wearing the button nledires himself not to stand anyone a drink or to bp Stood a drink until afte? the wa?'s over and '?ace has been declared. It every ono would Pay for their own drinks we should Bave our 1 PledKe',0fr-thi- ' tofSf iCal or temptation. Tho i to IntUfL!. w. Button Is not Intended | our own home,.a',y WUy wlth hospitality In j

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VALUE OF GUNNERY. SIR PERCY SCOTT'S IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 16 January 1915

VALUE OF GUNNERY. SIR PERCY SCOTT'S IDEA. Considerable interest was aroused tbe othe r day (Pearson's Weekly says) when it wna made known that Sir Percy Scott had been called bsick for service In tbe navy. Sir Percy, the man who is largely respon sible for tire splendid gunnery of our sailors, entered the navy nearly fifty yearx ago. in tho days of tlio old wooden ships, lie joined when he was only thirteen, and has since served in many campaigns and won distinc tion iu them all. In his young days Sir Percy used lo spend s»li his money on polishes and various other things in order to make his ship look pretty. Rut when his cleanliness won him promo tion. and he was appointed captain to his Majesty's ship Se.vlla. ho left what he called the 'spit and polish' idea and turned his attention to more serious tilings, lie brought his men up to an astounding pitch in gun nery. and made a reputation for himself. The splendid shooting of all the ships. that Sir Percy Scott commanded made him ...

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

THE YEAR OF FATE. Fiom the October number of brotherhood -si magazine (edited by Mr. J. Bruce Wul acc) of 'faith, optimism, and forward thinking, for the healthy reconstruction of luuls am! bodies, and fur the peaceful evo lution of a justcr and happier social order' —tho following is extracted:— Joanna Sonthcott— that eitrious mixture of cciiiiiio* clairvoyance silld orevlsion subse quently verified, with what was evidently fanaticism and hallucination, who died Just a century ago— predicted that l'.Ut should be the year of fate ending the old world-order and ushering In the Kingdom of Christ. Sho prophesied also that the last King of Eng land would 1 e named George, and that he would yield up his kingdom to God. Whether she was correct or deceived as to the rest, it certainly looks at present as If 11*14 were really going to be a most critical year for the British Empire and for the whole world. The collapse of the British Monarchy seems very unlikely. All through the reign of goo...

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