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BUINED REIMS. DAMAGE TO TOWN, £40,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

RUINED RBIMS. DAMAGE TO TOWN, £40,000,000. Tho 'Morning Post's' special cor respondent, who has just visited Roims, | states: — The month's bombardment -has destroyed roughly about one-quarter of I tho houses, and 1200 civilians woro kil* | led in tho streets and houses, without counting tho woundod. Tho best and i most central portions of the city,- its I finest aud most historic buildings, have suffered most. Tho cathedral is a ruin. It is still crumbling, aijd big lumps of disintegrating stono .keop falling from its arches. Insurance companies roughjy estimate tho damago' ! to V Helms at £40,000,000.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

INT POPUTjAR FAVOR. Any project lifts Tor il« nl/j —» tlic gjfMl of tlip many, inv»ri;rMy ?.»* into papiilnr favor: so rf im( f Ir-if vThi* Peoples' Pnhinn,' S»r-.«». Manly — condcct-Ml i;mfcr Hi»» *?(»♦?►?? -*f| » power of tho Snlv»Mr;u -Army It-** %? conic tbo trusted Jionir of -'»fin-rv ,;-i tors. Its moiloHt tnr»»r of *»/? }»??' (27/G per week) or meals si*p/i»nv'y .if I/-, eombinoil with and tnsty bomp-ronli'ni:. Ip if ftilvortiaoment. Jt is ^ two npi»*»i i' w.tlk to the oeoan lioneti Jin«l l-; tram to the wharf. ? Th«*' nppottitm***!** ore the most moOorn. Tb»» rno'nw -W litfbtfully ftir /.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BIG GERMAN GUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

THB-BIG GERMAN GUNS. | It is odd (says tho military correspon dent of tho 'Times') how littlo was known about tho heavy guns. Even when the writer somo weeks ago dc scribcd the heaviest German Held howit zer known to him — namoly, tho 11.2in., a technical paper called 'Arms and Ex- , plosives' expressed its frank disbeliof in th& existence, .of such a weapon, and after various sarcastic remarks, and much admirablo reasoning of a technical kind, rejected the howitzer altogether, and declared that tho writer's state ment 'much be dismissed as an un necessary attack on tho confidence of our troops.' If a technical paper dealing with its own special branch was so hopelessly at sea, it is not wonderful that tho lG.Sin. howitzer was known to scarcely any one at all. Fortunately theso giants are as good as useless in fiold warfare. —4 ?

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "LIFE" OF A BIG GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

THE 'LIFE' OF A BIO GUN. What is tho life of tbo big guns that I aro playing so great a part in this warf A big battleship gun is used up aftor firing a hundred rouuds. If each shell started the moment tho one beforo had left tho muzzle tho gun would last only threo seconds! After a hundred rounds the rifling of tho core or lining of the irun is destroved bv the hot gases from the explosive, not,' as one might suppose, by the friction of the shell. As to tho life of the guns used in land , warfare, information is not so easy to 1 get, but it must (remarks a correspond- , cnt) be much longer than that of tho I naval guns, considering tho amazing rate of lire aud the duration of tho bom- I bardmonts. |

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

It Comes Many Ways, But however it may come, tbe Remedy reaohes all. Kidney oomplaint may begin from many sources, such as cold, injury by acoident, or tbe result of other com plaints. Ilowovor it may como, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills always euro. Lot this fact bo an evor pio°ont memory with you. All sufl'orers should be interested iu the following: — | Mrs. A. Whitla, Loah Street, Dalton Park, Cobar, says: — ' About two years ago my husband had a very unsly attack of kidney trouble, tbe chief symptom being backache. Tbo pain ho bad to bear was awful, and although lie tried all sorts of remedies, his bnck never stopped aching. Tbo pnin was particularly Boveio when stooping, and ns bo has to bond over a lot at his woik, it was very bard on him. Ue was really far from well, but bad to keep on workiug, and every day beseemed to be getting' worBe. We heard about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cuting backache, eo my husband got some, and by the time ho had finish ed one bottle, bo felt be...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ALABAMA. A FAMOUS CRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

THE ALAEAMA. A FAMOUS CRUISER. ? TS/i War in America broke out jnl801, and it was in tho following summer, now moro than half a century ago, that I (says a writer in the Globo') saw tho Alabama, or 209, tho number by which sho was known, lying ! in tho Great Float, a largo dock, near Birkenhead. , , . Compared with mod ern cruisers, 209, as sho lay in tho Great Float, was not vory formidablo looking I remember her as a lone and rakisli vessel, built for spcod, and sho was do* scribed tw a wooden steam-sloop of 1,040 'ins register. Sho attracted much at tention, and there was a considerable crowd eagerly scanning her on tho sum mer's day 1 visitod tho Great Float. It was in July, a few days boforo sho made her escape. It was known, of course, that sho was under dotontion. and it was just as well known that ow ing to thoir Southorn sympathies thoro were many merchants in, Liverpool and Hirkenhead who would not bo vory sorry is she escaped. A very different feel ing with regard to tho ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

Selling llerfHtcadii as we do, il ia only uatural \ », kavn great demand for .BlankoU. Jw4-o«tr,^M2aw-«feoUn- loweft. tH,.vI,«-frp«.'f.im.1e- flrifl, Col »r The i.f Oiti soiiroii— M'Gmth ard IVwiterly'h Halo. When we say i fhle.-wc n.omi t-nte:*

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEES AND HONEY. THE PRESENT HONEY FLOW. Where it is Good. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

~ BEES AND HONEY. THE PBESENT HONEY FLOW. Where it is Good. fu districts where tho honoy llow is still good beo-kcepors should miss no opportunity of continuing to ronow i : very old, weak or crooked combs for both brood chamber or honey super. More- or less honey is consumed in re newing tho combs, according to the number of new combs required, but tho Department's Demonstrator in Apicul* turo docs not regard this as a wasto. and poiuts out that it is well compen sated for by tho amount of wax that can be rccovorcd from tho condemned combs and odd bits of wax and bur comb collected during the season. Tho wax thus obtained will ray for tho comb foundation tho now combB roquire, and the, benefit of tho now combs will be felt at once if tho How continues. Whero it is Diminishing. In other districts, howover, where tho honoy ilow is slackening, and thero is every indication of its ceasing un* til autumn, no attempt at getting ?combs built on Bhcots of foundation 'should bo mado. During...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

l Annual meeting of subscribers to tho Collar District Hospital on Fri day, 29th iiiBtant. fcy Tho Necessary Commodities Com mission opened an ouquiry on the 18th inst. to dotormine tbo maximum selling pricos of meat. A romarkablo ooinoidetico in whiolx tho names of tbo French and British leaders tnay lie read both wayB: — I JOF | tfRE , FRE | NCH Y Mr. A. C. Johnston, deutiak, will resume praotieo in Oobar on January 28th* 73 0 ROOMS. Ouo of tlio most palatial oilificos that -*/ Sydney now ?.?issossei is 'The IVodics' - / Talai'D,'1 .101) 1'itt Street, with its 'd(l fc. rooms, and ivliieh has tlio ilistinot^o-i ot being the largest hotel in tho southern Jiomisphere. Thoro is no more com venieutly situated hoatelrv in Kvilnev for H is situated within two miinit(\s' , walk or tho central station, and a like distance from IJelmorft I'arli. -Tim thorough eontiiliMieo rcposiil in tlic S-\| vation Army in all itmbiislm.M !. i uni lertn kings, n»t nniy' i„ n,;. State but right throughout ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLACK SPOT OF TOMATO. Descriptive and Suggestive. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

BLACK SPOT OF TOMATO. Descriptive and Suggestive. ? Probably no disoaso' that attacks tomatoes causes greater loss in Now V South Wales than that known as 14 Black Spot.' .Its appearance, gonerally in tho first placo in tho form of a slight i-. discoloration at tho flower end of tho ; - ? fruit, is familiar to almost ovory growor, : and. so too/ unfortunately, is the damage that it does. Tbo Biologist of tho Dopartmont 1 atattis that 'examination under the micro* ' scope shows such a spot to bo heavily i'-' :- infected with bacteria, and accompany 'S.w'--.: W, -c V ????? ? ing these there is usually a fungus that ! gives tho characteristic velvety appear* ! ani'e. The two — the bnctoria and tho j rungus — work together in tno destruc* l tion of the tomato, tho unsightly con* I ditiou of which in any caso practically ruins its sale. Tho sequence of events in tbo production of a spot would ap pear to bo (1) injury to tho skin, (2) entrance of bacteria, (3) infection by tho'Macrosporiu...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

THE PRINTING HOI SK OF THE WEST. AH Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on ? the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. j ) -Charges— The Lowest. - T' I se Western Age' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

iWWH ?ir Law ad X \ Drau Mar. / He stepped into )our Store with a determination to do better dressed. He bad read our nda. ? they read true. He was tempted to come. He came, . And stepped out a better dressed man ? ! See the satisfied look oo his lace. H Note the faultlcssly-grpnr.ied appearance B he had imparted to his clothes— look at H 3 the fine style . 8 J jy- ???hspsXi/ his clothes S R / f, B / are cut in— f | / I* M / pay / . | 1 , L lar attention I j ! J Ty of the athletic, per- 1 j . f- j lectly ? constructed \ J \ j / shoulders of the \ j Coat- w \ j Yet this is Lot a metnp'.vir of what KJ | hundreds of men are doiu.; weekly. j Thuy realise ih;it the initial o itlay costs J ? a3 much for the badly t.tting Suit i 3 as for the pertecily-fitting Suit. j He directed his steps to Economy, J t'\ because, whilst he paid the same as 1 before, hia new - i t wore twice as loHf^ j j That i;\ !--? 'Vcd half I |j Step in her. !oday, Sir! IfjEiiis Bros. ? Store urhrre Quatlty Count*,*' ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

M. A Pdiaj THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand tha best selected 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. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to enter into contracts for supplying Chtnosc for rintj-barking anfl scrub-cutting, as well as Ohiacso servants and cooks for station?. LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cish buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGHESX FRI0B3 GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. line OF Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY. THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for wilcannia'white cliffsIbroken HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage must be bo...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. »? FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. j Thoso Notes aro issued ovcry week, under tho personal auporvision o£ tho Hon. W. 0. Aabford, Minister for Agriculture, N.S.W., nnd aro based mainly on tho cxpcrioncc of tho Dopartmont. No. 104. AGRICULTURAL. WHEAT PRODUCTION. , Its Posslblo Expansion in Australia. - The suggestion Unit in anticipation of ; high prices /or tho next year or two, tho j season of 1015 should witness an ox* j tension of the area devoted to wheat, lias led the chemist of the Department ? of Agriculture to .spcculato a little on t tho possibilities of expansion that the j 'Commonwealth oilers. The figures, ; though framed on what appears to bo a j very conservative basis, atlord a strik* , ing indication of tbe resources of four at least of the States, and conjuro up | pictures of live — tea — twenty years : hence that aro more than passiugly in* teresting. j A Few Figures. The assumption that a rainfall of 10 iuclies during tho growing period ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

Mail Time Table. Time of departure from Cobar Poafc ?? 0(Vjc6 — For Sydnoy, 7.30 a.m, (and wbon ItcariDg. -? lalo foo 7.15 a.m.), Todays, Thursday* ^ - and Saturdays. vf. Wrightvilie, 6.S0 p.m. Monday, Wfdnea day And Friday. ?-': Loutb, Friday, C p.m. I5adcu I'ark, Friday, G p.m. \£. Qilgunnia, Friday, Gp.m. Drysdalc, Tuesdays nnd Fridayn, (T and G. 15 p.m. 4' Nymngco nnd E1uit:loton, '!')i:in;days, 5.30 p.m. ?? Kloucra, nr«d Saturdnyf!, 10' and 10.15 a.m. ^ Wilcannia, Tnc: 'I r.tirjdays nnd Sat* : utdays, 5.80 p.m. Illcwong, Monday. V»Vd);-fcday and Kri day. G.30 p.m. Time of arrival at Ptjst OlUce, CoUar. ;.Vi From Syducy, eU:., Mcnuay, Wednesday .j and Friday, G p.m. l''rom NVrighlvilli?; 'Inotday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Loutl), Thursday, G a m. '-r,- Fiom Iiadcn I*atl», Wednesday, G a.m, /v From Gilgunnia, midnight Tuesday. From Mt. Prysdttlo, Monday a*»d Thui-- 'V; day, 5.45 p in. ' ;,i From Nyiuage« aud Shuttlcton, Wed- 's ^ nceday, G a.m. vt From Klouera, Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

The War. Sydney, Monday. 11 a.m. Tho P:»ris ' Matin' states that it is roportod from a trustworthy source that the Germnns hnvd aoandoned positions ii oar La BaBsee which were untenable under tbo Allies' converg ing nrtillory fire. The Frouoh have occupiod Eoolin, five miles from Lilft!* Tho lovy of two million pounds imposod on Antworp by the Germans has been'paid, and requisitions liore aftor will bo paid for in oash. Fighting oontiuuoa. at Soissons, where the Gorma'lis violently bom barded the town. Firos broke out in the town, nnd tbe portico of the cathedral wna complotoly destroyod. Many children wero - killed. Tbo Germans aro keeping men, womon and children in quarrios as hostages. A French regiment' reorossed tho Aisne and dusliod into tho Gorman lines. Tho fighting was fiorco for hours, but tho Fronob woro ovont ually rompollod to retreat, wbon only ten men of each company answorod tbo oall. Another regimont support ing roil owed tho attack, and also lo6t he wily. Nino airm...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

Wool Report. On Monday Messrs Harrison, Jones and Devlin sul mitled atauolion 1832 baleBwoo). There was splendid com petition, and fieo wools sold readily ^t 7} per cent, above Ibo December rales. Hurry wools weie in poor de mand. They . sold at auction and privately 3232 bales. -

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

1/ OF A 1 . ? 1| / 3 MILLION ESTEV ORGANS 1 HAVE BEEN SOLD. , | eSTEV QROANSar* th» bast r»d j'£. organs mad*. Thalrtoaalabaau- ; -- tlfully pur* and thalr oonstrao* . t(o« pvrfaot thrttughout. V'j| W. i.ll ESTEV OROAHS full} :.f| guarantatd and on oatf tarma. Our stook Ineludaa thlrtj dlfforont /| ?tjtoa, auttabla for Homo, Sobool ' Tt; and Churph uaa. ?; Wrlto to.day for Illuatrata4 book* ' ?:- lat and prloa flat— past fraa. : J '^0^. »? OEORBE ST., SYDNEY. H4MU«9WTlB.UMeBK.«^ ' '' . I. ?* --?! ' fc'J . A. MAi'lii-WS and OO., Marshall Street, Oobar Looal Agents. . ? ? ' ? : ?»?/-* '.?iist«d and Pttbliahed by EXTMBX ? AHDB«80M and QSCBBB 008CTW» ' ,'J MAUTBART, Boia Ftqgrittaa, «*»?»? off nr. . B.rton-ilmt, Wabt -;r» ? |

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 January 1915

Tatter sail's Consultations. (George Adams,- Hobart, Tasmania ) NOW OPEN. HOBART OUP (Speaial). 100,000 at 5/2. Riu ab Elwlolc, Hobart, Tas r-: mania, January 27, 1915. Drawn on metning o( day of race. LAUNOB8TON OUP (Spaoial\ 100,000 ab 5/2. Run at L\nnoeston, ' Tasmania, February 3, 1915. Drawn on morning of day of raoe. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 100,000 at 5/2. Run ab Flemlngton, Vio ? torla, February 27, 1915. Important Notice. On all Sweeps on Raoes run after January, 1906, blie Tasmanian Go vernment Stamp Tax will be 2d on eaoli 5a Tioket, and 4d on eaoh 10? Tiokeb. Clients must therefore add tbese amounts to their remittances. !l0'r-,The Tasmanian Government has authorised the Trustees of the estate of tbe late George Adams to oarry on the lioonsa and condnot tbe sweep business under the same managoment as for several years past. ?FflE C0BW MEDIC/IIi HTILIi. Marshall-Street. -1. WTOKU. Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A lnrge assortmont of Perfumery, Fancy ...

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