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SCIENTIFIC EDITOR. JOURNALISM'S WANT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

SCIENTIFIC EDITOR. JOURNALISM'S WANT. The unsatisfactory handling ol acientilW matters In the dally press of England and the United Stoles is a matter of. complaint among thu technical pajicrs of both coun-. t.Tes The editor of The Electrical Review il nniloii) In a leading article on ? he Nci i for a Scientific Editor, comment* u the fact that Increased circulation seems to be the goal of most oi me great Lon.ion moriiinB papers, aim that a lavorite method w ;'mment upon some scicntlllc discovery —ii iiiIimciiious Invention, a new cure tor a iirw d lsi-'«e or a method of extracting gold troin sea-wilier. Says »-« writer. In sub Sl']\t|,uTilic trained ill the elementary schools lias certain sinalicrlngs ot scientilic knou i im. Kiinlcieiil at any rale, to make Its r -fnber' reid the scientific news. 'The* m.' r savi the editor, 'be catered for; and, y'li e-bye, it may Increase our clrcu atlon. ?-i, here goes:1 The 'pllliy Par# relating to Mil. 1-ttusl icieiitillc tov Is then inserte...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN CROWN PRINCE WILL PAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

WHEN CROWN PRINCE WILL PAY The estrangement between the Kaiser and his eldest son has been marked tor a con siderable time, and Is said to be largely dSo to the Prince's extravagance and reckless ness. Some time ago tho Kaiser carpeted snojonuntu ui mm 01 P1ua pUB 'Jioti s,,, tones: 'Do you propose ever to pay vour debts, sir?' 'When you pay yours,' tie Crown Princo n-Hnnmlpri '\n««in ? ,', ie Kaiser In a fury. 'Yes. that debt to Nature, don't you know,' responded the Crown Prince significantly. nowasult!l3'°r: 0'' Tom'^°u h've a nice Tommy: Yes, I think the man pa bought It trjm is sorry he sold It. He's always pall -

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEGRO KILLS FOUR. FIRES COTTAGE AND RUNS AMOK. "LOVE RETREAT" INVADED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

NEGRO KILLS FOUR. I FIRES COTTAGE AND RUNS H amok. m 'LOVE RETREAT' INVADED. || Green. Wisconsin, a negro a..r ' m'l'lf, s'r,inK ffl have become suddenly dement' i iT? l' $S Persons, wounded f,,,,r. „„.. Vii' ll.«1CL1.lIT.I««S-r^ 1 living with Wright as 'soul iiiVii.-'- i. V, ' B' ^^= ^'L!™. .Mts'man;1'!^ | .. -'«.., .i.i jc.-irs out; Martini Cheni- \i, vl. Uorthwick's t..n-year-old daughter. ' ' fl The injured are: Wlllluni W.slon ?? ? y S William Frit,. „,'„! !„„ Y*\ la'fd ..m , 0 rVeh?Itar' Jonn Choney, a If til.- « ? I Mrs. Borthwlck, Is missing, S NO CLEAH STATKMKNTS. i Incohorcncy ami cimillcliug stain,,,.,,- I mark the stories of the survivors. E Julian Carlton, the negro, and his wife w i 5? engaged six months ago. They are Cul.-ii » negroes, and were employed in restaurants' , ft Chicago. ' Ii Carlton locked nil the doers and winilnv . K ! in tho house and then set lire lo the pmnis. ? '?' ; Ho stood with a hatchet at tho front d ? , and struck down each victim as escape w....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR IN NAKED HORROR. STORIES FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 November 1914

WAR IN NAKED HORROR. STORIES FROM THE FRONT. The two sides of the war— stories of Its i emirs and Its picturesquoness— are graphi cally portrayed in messages from special correspondents of the Times. How the French once more came Into tho land ot the lielgians, a land they had so often crossed under the days of Napoleon, is told by a lirussels correspondent. 'Again they came armed to the teeth, but this time they are hailed as brothers and treated as the most welcome of guests. From a point of van tage on it wooded knoll the other afternoon 1 surveyed a number of highroads and by ways leading from Fiance, and, like so many ants, men, in the familiar red trousers and sn-y -Muis coats, were swarming to a point of concentration. A night's rest, hard earned, and these light-hearted, clean-limbed sons of France melted away as Ihe morning raist owf the famous Sambre and Meuse. 'Into the dark fir woods, into smiling val leys they disappeared, and it was difficult to realise that a spectacl...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL MOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. ,iiiii-rii-ii-'c of thn Doptrtmant. No. I SI. AGRICULTURAL. AN EMERGENCY FODDER. A Practical Suggestion. The Manner of I' ? mnble experi ment Ian:. i.-ninrU that nwing to the iikciv'-^r lind I lien.. '??-??? s'liard pressed' during the next few ? nths for feed lor I heir horses. Shorl ,,„„? ? s iu chalT will prevail on many farm-', and as the price, if supplies have t ? purchased. will be almost prohibitive, a curtail ment of areas may ? t.r through this Sow Sorghum. fin l.-r 1 he cir.-iiiiislmi.-cs it is well wmiiIi Irving I,, find some substitute for the usual supplies of chalT. and the nlli.-er tneulio ? I points to sorghum as the i-ii.p for the purpose and the present as the seas., 11 to plant. A few farmers have tried it in the past, and have r,.. in.l il excellent feed for working lH.rj.es. The stems are line an.l can be caiih- ,-ut with the mower or reaper :.u.| 'binder, ai.d it can also be chaffed ii nr.T-:,, v. Where...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEADLY DRIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

DEADLY DRIPPING. A littlo boy coniplainod bittoriy about tho bread and dripping that formed his daily breakfast. :. 'It'll- killme,'' he whined at last. 'I know it'll kill me.' 'Kill yon?' What ilo you mean?' 'Why, l'vo been feolimr iiret.lv hurt lately, and now T know it'ii all this dripping what's tho cause of the trou ble. I rend it iu n book.' 'Somo puro food -.rubbish I dnro sny! And what procisoly did you rend in this book, silly I' ? 'I rend,' whined tho urckiu, 'thut constant dripping wears nway a stone.' ?

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW FAR WE CAN SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

HOW FAR WE CAN SEE. Some interesting experiments have been made in II,,. fJerman aimv will, Hi- obiect of discovering at. what dis f! ? « ?''' recoL'iiifion of ono soldier bv minflieriK reliable. For soldiers with uond eyes it. was foiind that a person seen one,, before could lie recognised al ?? distance of :»IO feet, and nu intimate Iriend or relative nt a dislnm-n nf nnn loot. The various -part* of n man's body can I... .listiiiuuishe.l. and any do cided movement can be detected li.v an expert rifleman at a distance of Ilnn loot. At I.Snn feot a man appears as a spot on the landscape, and cannot us ually be seen if he keeps slill or if his dress docs not contrast with Hie back ground. Sailors, lmuters, and fanners can usually see twice these distances, probably -' ? omit of their constant trainim; in making out the nature of distant objects. ?

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMING WILD NETTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

? - ...TAMING WILD NETTLES. The novel task of .tamiiiL' stiugin nettles is about to be attempted in this country (.says, the 'Standard '). A public company has been formed for cultivating these plants and utilising the fibre for various commercial pur poses. niscoveries have recently been made which suggest that the time is not far distant, when stinging nettles will be used for the iii.iiiufac.tnru of incandes cent, mnnties. papor, and even 'wooll- en' underclothing. The neltle possesses a fibre similar to that nf i.-imie. which has long been used for I ?he framework of gas uianlles. The ' dillii-ulty encountered in the ,-asc ,,f tl,,. ii'-ttle has licen that of deguniiiiiii-' th til-re without injuring its tensile strength. Xow this I rouble |,.is 1,,.,.,, mastered. Kecent experiments have shown that 111 per cent, of spinnable fibre nrd Id per cent, of pnpeimnki,,; fibre can 1,,, obtained from tl ? mmon nettle. Tho wild ,,,-ltl,-. (heref,,,,-. is In be .-.titivated. Botanists are ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW METHOD OF PRESERVING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

NEW METHOD OF PRESERVING BUTTER. I have lately 1 ? n asl.ed 1,, give thc f.dlowing recipe f,,r curing butter with sugar, as a substitute for salt. It will keep for months, i-v.-h for ve.-ir.-i. and as many persons dislike the taste of butter cured with salt the following ? tli.nl may be found useful:— Pound together one part of line lump sugar, one of nitre, nu.l two of the nest smt. Alter tin- Miller ix taken from the churn, ami every drop of buttermilk washed mil of it. thor oughly Incorporate 11 ? ixture of sugar, nitre, and salt with the butter iu tin portion of an ounce of it in a pound of butter avoirdupois weight. Press the butter close dowu iu wooden ves sels, or in ungla^ed jars — on no ac count, may glaze] jars' be used. Hntlor cured in this way must mature for three weeks before it is brought into use. It then possesses a rich, marrow like llavor that no other method of preserving It imparts. Of all farm hnusr orl; that done in the dairv is the must inti-n-slin'. There is...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

rKE8ByTERIAH. CM»r, Mtuxtay, J5ta Nov., 1914.— n a.m. - '31-e Voice of God.' 3 p.m. i Btinday School. 7.30 p.'.tu, 'Tho Daj of Beckoning.' Soloist, JHr. Carter.- Short, bright ser /. mioe.' All at* welcome. £w ' D»via MacGregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO DEATH! [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

no nrcATin When tho boy in 'The i.luo ISird' goes wif'i fear and trembling into tho burying ground, he lin.ls it a sunny meadow, and cries out to his frightened sister, 'There are no dead! ' The ques tion is sometimes asked, 'Docs death end all?' Death ends nothing: it i.i simply a change. There are no dead in tho sense in which the phrase is com monly used; there are only the living iu tho vast mystery of life which enfolds us nil, on the fathomless stream of life which bears us all forward. We are here for a little time, as we are often in inns where we make friends who are dear to us, and then we leave them and j;» on to another stage iu our journev; we' miss them and they miss us, and neither their places nor ours are ever taken by others. Hut we .--co new landscapes and pass through new experiences into a larger world, aud they presently follow us. We arc s-opnrated and are often lonely, but we look forward joyfully to new sights and sounds, and to the hour when, further on iu ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Cbbar B'Bidonte desirous of disposing i*f fnrnitnre, tdmily oonxnumtmte a w. owyer . . Auctioneer* I JS&mtk, Station ami General m Qotntntflon Agvnt, I CANBELEGO. '':j&0^a^7D-l mrr, Marine *tidS AooUeOt IO8IKl*Bft Co., A. C JOHNSTON, Dentist. Marshall-Street Near Star Hotel ana OpsoaUs F. T. MoGinley. COBAR Tbkbphonk No. i*. Resumes Prnotioe, 24th. OeS

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEFORE THE DAYS OF SHORTHAND. ' [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

BEFORE THE DAYS OF SHORT HAND. I'eople who have sat iu court aud watched skilled reporters taking down the impassioned speeches of counsel at the rate of two hundred words and over a minute, must often have won dered by what menus accurate reports of legal, aud political proceedings wore secured in days before the invention of short hand. c-omc ifica ol me sums -to which reporters -.were, forced to resort long ago when anything approaching n ver batim record was. wanted is giveu iu an aneedole of Coiint'Theodoni Laincth, who was one of tho leaders of the Con stitutionalist party during tho French Kevolulion, under the great Lafayette, with whom he had been ii, America. . It was towards tln- end of 1792, when ltoliespierre am! his Terrorists were'se enring the upper hand in France, that the Constitutionalists founded the Logographe newspaper, the chief aim of which was to counteract, by ver batim records of proceedings in the Fr.-n.-li Assembly, the garbled and iu llanimatory reports...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SLIGHT MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

A SLIGHT MISTAKE. Mrs. De Troop (who is shortsight --d): '(lood-inorniiig, Mrs. Simkins. Y.mr husband must lie very fond of gardening. I saw him the lirst thing this morning down iu the bottom of the garden. And how well he looks, to be Mrs. Simkins turned her back, and sinmmcii me uoor iu Her neiglihnur's lace. The latter, aghast, weut to tell h,-r daughter. 'And yon told her. mother, that th, lltitii' in the onion patch was her hus band.'' 'Of course 1 did!' 'Well, that V not her husband; that's a scarecrow! '

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

SUMMARY. We regret to learn that Mr. Arch. W. Thomson ib lying Beriously ill at his residence. The Gundagai municipal council has deoided to cut off the water sup ply from all persons who refuse to instal meters. Wfl }in.VA f.lin 1T1A VI flisn (.lia mof ai-inl to enable us to do good work on oyoles or cars —H. Dogger, Lins ley-stroet. 1 ' Conner and blitzen,' exclaimed the Kaiser when informed that a certain resident of Oobar had volun teered for the front. adu buuubttuu {.eujJiu tic t/ia oiatl ium_ pu Saturday night saw 'Gus Christie defeated on points by D'Aroy, who wa3 in fine form. We are in receipt of a budget of uuuuuiButN bonoiiing assistance foe various patriotic fundE, but haven't space to publish same. Mr. and Mis. Callin, of York, Eng land, who have ten sons in the army and navy, have received a 'letter of appreciation from the King. Just landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum and Floor Cloth, riireot from Glasgow (Scotland), each one a new season pattern. 17. Dogger, Linslev ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£2,000,000 DEATH DUTIES. SIR JULIUS WERNHER'S FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

£2,000,000 DEATH DUTIES. Sil! JULIUS WKRNHBK'S FOK TIIXK. It the statement that the final valua tion of the estate left by the hie Sir Julius Weriiher, the diamond magnate, may show ifs value at over £1 1,511(1,11(1(1, proves to be correct, it will be the grenl est fortune recorded iu tin. Probate lti-gist ry. and the death and sin-cession duties will amount to about £'-7)nO,non isays me - iiauy i nroiiicie '). The previous record fortune was that of Mr. Charles Morrison, the linancier, the liunl ligure being iMo.nM.JlOI. The third largest fortune was that of Sir Julius Wernher-s partner, Mr. Al fred Leit. whose esf.ite, originally sworn at jD.n0il.0HO provisionally, wns re sworn at £S.IMy,SS5. Other millionaire South African mag nates were Mr. Harrjr Bnrnato (tL'..-,ii(i,(MKl), and Mr. Wolf Joel Bar unto (£2,220,5!)!)).

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

The War. Sydney, Monday. 11 a.m. The Allies are advancing steadily all along tlio front. The Germans noar Latnbartzyde were driven from trench to trenob, while the British big guns from the coast held down the Gorman artillory. The Allies are expected to occupy Ustend. During recent fighting on the Aisno and at Dixmude 37,000 Qermnna were killed. It is unofficially stated that the Geimans practically, loft Tsing .Tao in ruins. It is reported that between six and eight thousand prisoners were captured. When a Jauatioao flotilla entered the harbor they found nearly all the ships destroyed. During tho bombardment many fires wore start ed in tho streets. It is believed the three equadrons blockading Kiao Chao will now be released to hunt down the German ships in the Paoifio. Russians in East Prussia oocupy a line extending from Sohirwindt to Lyck. Thousands of Germans were killed and burned. Because the ground was frozen the Germans everywhere abandoned tne wounded, and many died from e...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENIAL OLD PAGAN'S WILL. HEIRS "HIGHLY SHOCKED." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

GENIAL OLD PAGAN'S WILL. HEIKS 'HIGHLY SHOCKED.' Thoro is n robust aud goninl pngnn ism nbout the will of an old 1'rcnch wine-grower, who wns found dead in his collar, a bottle of his fnvorito'wiuo iu his hand. This (says the Paris cor respondent of the 'Daily Tologrnph') is how this curiously mediaeval docu ment ran: — 'Death is as natural ns birth. 1 therefore desire that no ouo shall mourn for me. If niiy o£ my heirs uu seen to wipe his eyes as ho follows my coffin, let him bu disinherited. I wish for uo religious ceremony. 1 have always abhorred water — even holy wat er. 1 desire my body to bo taken first to my house tit Renuchien. Thcro my friends must sing tho 'Marseillaise,' not only the lirst verso but all tho verses. Thereafter my guests will go to the cemetery and cast n. few wild llowers on my tomb. They will then adjourn to the neighbouring inn, where they will follow my own examplo on such occasions. For it was my in variable custom to drink long and deep In (111* Ititt...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

fill ! M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band the best seleotod stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. - Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to entor into oontracta lot supplying Chinese (or ring-barking and oorub-oatting, aa well aa Ohineao servants and cooks lor stations. LAEGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &.C. K HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. OrderB Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. \ LINE OF Royal Mail Coaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and ' SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CUFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Lu...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

We Print the News, THEREFORE, 'Age' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57. THE PRINTING HOt \SE OF THE WEST. & All C /asses of General ana co.ii- i merciaf Printing Executed on i the Premises. Workmanship— The Best. Charges—The Lowest. \ T2£ 'Western Age/' Barton Street, Cobar.

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