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Fire at Canbelego Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

Fire at Canbelego Hospital. A seriouR loss to the Canhelego community was narrowly avortet. on Tuesday morning, when the Hospital became ablnze. The roar part of tbe building nno a quantity of private elTeots were destroyed, tbo total da mage being tfesoPHcci at £150. Smoke whs observed issuine from tho back of the kitchen shortly after 11 o'clock by John Paton, an engino driver at the Ilonry shaft of tho Mojmt. Itoppy G. M. Co. Tho nliiini \\-s;- given immediately, and within a very Rhort time the surf»co employees of tho company, laden with a 'number of lire buoltolx, bad arrivnd upon the scone. Afranivliilo tlio tiro Imd gitiii od considerably. Tha wind was blowing freshly from tho north-west, in addition to which tho sudden ignition of two tins of kerosene had euvoloped the kitchen in sheots of flame. Inhere seemed but little hope of saving the building. A chain of men was now formed, nnd a con stant volume of water played upon the conflngration, while at tho other end of the ho...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

Religious Services. CATHOLIC! CHUKCH. Cobar.— Mafia nt 7.30 a.m. »nd 17 ».m. Evening Devotions nt 7. SO p.m. Wrightvillo.— Unm ill 8 a.m. ; Kvoning Dovotionu at 7.S0 p.m. Very Kav. Poan Hughes, V.P. Rov. J. Scxlon.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Back Country News. FOR THE WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

Back Country News. Fob thr Wbstbrn Aob. Sinca the oominenoement of the new year the weather bos boea koop ing dry, and days and nights daring the-past week have been unusually sultry, even for this consistently bot period. However, there seems to bo a change setting in wi(h tho new moon, and a good fall of raiu now. and through the autumn, would be very bonefioial. The lato heavy storms filled all tbo dams out this quarter, but feed so far is none too' plentiful. The moBt notifiable is pigweed, rolly-polly, wild melons, bendeve vines, with occasional pat ohea of orowfoot, grass and ' number nine' ; but all stook are in vory fair oondition, some being fat. Most of Iho station hands who hod. been holidaying at Cobar havo re turned to thoir respootive jobs, and no doubt are by now oontontod and settled down for anotlior 12 months. The mail ooach from Colmr to Baden Park, which ha9 boon run for a numlinr of years by Mr. T. H. Pearce — moro popuUrly known ns 'Tommy'— has changod hands si...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

1 Western Age' office for Confectionery and Fruit Bags at Bedrock prices. ;:kk Headache. IVC'MCN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT THRCBQING, DUKSTING HEADS. '.My slater nr»t recommended Dr. t.:oruo's Indian Root Pills to my no tice when subject to distressing Bili ous Headachos,' writes Mrs. Annie C!ll of 98 Victoria Street, LawUham. N.5.W. 'I tried many assumed reme dies for this complaint, but found no thing to equal Dr. Morse's Indian Itoot Pills. Latterly I have boon freed from my former Bilious bouis. but nevertheless, 1 consider It expe dient to koop them in my house In caso of need. I am a mother of two children and oKer you my permission to use this testimony for publica tion.' Thero's many o cause. Men are not often troubled by Headaches; when they are it is Generally due to Biliousness or IndigeBtlon. But women havo headaches which seem peculiar to their sex, frequent throb biiiR headacho3. Does it not scum that such headaches peculiar to women must be at once related to womanly diseas...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

PRESBYTERIAN. Cobar, Sunday, Jan. 21. 1015. — 11 a.m., ' They grow in beauty sido by sido— Qrace, Lore and Troth.' 7.30 p.m., ' A despised people, the Jowa.' Short, bright senricea. All ara welcoms. DaTid HacQregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Early Morning Burglary. SMART CAPTURE BY THE LOCAL POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

Early Morning Burglary. SMART CAPTURE BY THE LOOAL POLICE. A daring burglary was perpetrated at the residonce of Mr A. Franoisoo, Becker-street, Colmr, early tin's morn-, ing, by a lad named Frederick James Smith, aged about 15. It. appears that about 5 o'clock this morning, Mr Francisco missed some money from his bedroom, and reported tho mattor to the police. Sergeant Kin kado and Constable Martin at once investigated the matter and found tbat tho burglar Imd entered Mr Francisco's bedroom, and whilo that gentleman was asleep, took £9 2s 5d from a bag at tlio foot of his bed, and together with a pair of opera f)ln aaaa nrtri Kranri nmSnmin Ja..u.u j ed through tbe bedroom window, I without disturbing anvono, with I booty to the value of £J9 15a. Tho ! police tracked the burglar, who was j wearing a pair of sand-shoes, to tho ; railway station, Ihenco along the Nyngan railway lino for about six miles, where he was arrested, about 7 a.m., whilo making for Meryula siding to catch the...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

felT ? J | pYOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR | ITRV J HAPPI5ON,JONES&DEVLIN LTD I I 5VP^EY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. y (^^^ ? I COUPON V ^^^F : /**»'« ''''' '' ' Htd Spot Salt Book ta ^*^ : and Pat tms of Red Spot SuWn /Offer I Murdoch's I ' 42/fl- 47/9t 58/9- 67/9 Q r- » n / o * : SW*f our /Ac price i/ou want I Red Spot Sale \ Namt ? I Annuat Suit Offer j Add'' ? ho/- -Tufc'.°-ONotv42l9 5 ? M55/- - „ „ 47/9 I I 3/- and 70/- „ 58/9 !.. Z!Z''' '.'.' '\'Z'.'..''.'.'2 1 75/- and &*{- -? ^7J9 _. Baigain Time Begins /^^^^ TAN. 15th. i/a- \ W Z71^ Y0U Hn^0F A REALLY GOOR . ??- ...:,:J V vr/ilNQ,MAKEANOrE OF IT THEN j- T/iEKE. il/fi}gn'usTl-n-r-h*e 'w ^ctrk Street, JJAUlUUUlb Limited, Sydney ci.::..Eii: outfitters t.j ma\ a.::- hoy. ??- 1 LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT Ocxmnloajonji txtfftit+d cm nil QoTsnuurat rjrxrmri Raoooootjc^ ST;r;Ti:;G PRICES obtained on all WEEKLY EVENiS IN ANT STATE. N© REPLY NO BUSINESS. SSkSTSo^SS™™*. SnficWjyw SOL*GREEN, Sydney. 1^ £625 * TWs Price ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

i d a- o f\ lj * o i 1 n i— %j kj i i Ui ! AUSTRALIAN : s . - i 1 XXX Ale. (Draught) i . 1 ? . i ! I PinSilFR I OBTAINABLE I I | DINNER ALE- - 'mES li | SELECT STOCK ALE Jjhih, |i 1 STOUT - - ) if i i — — i ; 1 RESCH'S ALES, LAGERS, & STOUT £ ; 21 are brewed by Australians for Australians ;|; ! J| AND STAND EASILY FIRST. S I : k - 2 BREWERY - - REDFERN, SYDNEY, & J ¥}ffi mvm MEDK'^Ii FTttili. '. Marshall-Street. a ? { Proprietor. * Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. j A large assortment of j Perfumery. Pancv Goods, Toilet Requisites and s {Stationery always on hand. ' \ J. MITCHELL, ! Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st, Cobar. The Commercial Hotel {EDWARD STREET, CANBELEGO. o, joNnpiit propriet°r Hesb^Liquors. Good Bods and .Tables. Tariff Moderate. First Class Aacoiuimiilutinii for TravoIIers and Boarders. C.J. i? no stranger to O.nliolego, unil returns to Imsinosa onoouraged by bis fonnot «ue«e9R. Miners Arms Hotel* *Ganbs!ego. PROPRIETOR. H.B. has much, ...

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BRITISH RECRUIT'S TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

BRITISH RECRUIT'S TRAINING. A certain young mcn'n Bible Class, writes a correspondent to the London Chronicle, ot 6U members, has, so far, sent 14 recruits to the army. Last Sunday, Just as the Holl of Honor was being read, tho latest happen ed In, on a 24 hours' leave to say good-bye In time to answer for himself. Soldiering down In the country isn't what It is in Lon don, ho announced cheerfully, 'They nut you through to the last notch, to see Just how fnr you can go. I've been breakfasting on air soup, dining on dry crust, and sleep ing on four bricks nnd a marllnsplk«.' But tough! If a German bayonet does get at me it simply won't be able to set in.' The teacher of this class Is a Indy. The German Army docs not seem to ho having the best ot luck. Kept out of Paris 'by the cholera raging there.' they aro now prnycnteil from reaching Calais by a severe epidemic of lead poisoning. The Dutch Government has decided to prohibit the exportation of cheese. OfTi clti^nro kee'lne a strict...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OF THE WEST. AH 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 — 23 January 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

tT^^^mm^j/^\ He stepped into . DrmltBac. I \ OUT 0101*6 **^™ '^ ' 1/-^^^-. -; V with a determination to do -' A^Kr \ better dresMd. He bad read our ' A^Smtr\ \ adi ? '?** re*d true* He was - /^TJ^K r l t^tnptprt to come. - ' He came, Ajllp^ ] And stepped out ll *»« / a beWer dressed ~ MHH& ^Si&Ri^aX See the satisfied look on bis face. I\?S* 'TA'-.^KiNBUtSx Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance I ^£w £ V*'^$tl!|»' ^e bad l°1Parted to his clothes— look at ? ^'''If'^w^t/ ^^ clothes ^r ^^t I ofecf I ^ w* # P*1^ particu- / \ StyJcS, f mA- Jli/ lar attention I Cnjj \ Daif«r«c I T-^Wf of the athletic, per- 1 *£& ^j&{ rauerns- i ; r-;-*/ 'ectiy ? constructed I pV'*1 fir \ Materials* \ \~ f shoulders of the \ li Jay ?«? Tnlnrc ^V. Jr^ v#oau ^» 1 ^i^.^^— r \ Yet this is but a metaphor of what \^?ipl^j^\. hundreds of men are doing weekly. :§p%f'$^fflfWpwV\. They realise that the initial outlay costs ;§*!«2SS«KV-iss'-5 \ just as much for the badly-fitting Suit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

j M. A. Padula, ! ! THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED ( I Watchmaker, * | Jeweller and I Optician in Cobar, i Has always on hand the best seleoted 1 if, stook of \\ Jewellery, Gold and Silver, '?% Electroplate, etc, , ! IN THE DISTEIOT. i ? II Prices compared with j\ the value of our goods, / ore the lowest In Cobar. I $?? The only Qualified i Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. ' General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, L Aro prepared to cntor into oontracts for ? supplying 0hinc30 [or ring-barking and . / Borub-ouUing, aa well as Obinoau servants /',; »nd oooks for stations. LAEGE STOCKS OFCROOKERY, | . IRONMONGERY, GBOOERY, MERCERY, ana BOOT8 and SHOES, carried. C«ib hiyin of Rabbit and Fox Sklit, &.e. /j f HIGHEST PBI0B8' GIVBN. ' '. ( Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. UNE OF Royal Mail Goaches ? | Leave the Booking Office, next the i [ Band H«ll, Bourke Street, Cobar, /? 1 E»ir» TUESDAY, THURSDAY, aid » and all Intermediate Stations. m All F...

Publication Title: Western Age
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LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

LATEST FASHION. Tho ?iiif-picri' frock i-oiitinnea a lirip favor ite nn.l may not lie Imnisbnl from til.- list of wimlrolu- m.'CCSMticx. The charm is, no ilonhl, in tin' i-as,' with which the one piece froi'k ii'iiy hi' -IoiiiiimI ami its .suitability in eni.r UciK»p for cither iinlnor or outdoor wear. A smart inmli'l ill thii type of gown is shown in our illustration. It is of voile, liuttuiied full li'iiKth in front, ami worn with a girdle of bright ??nntrnstini: silk with lone tiissi-lled i'ii.U.

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New Zealand Sensation. PROMINENT RUNHOLDER ON TRIAL. WELLINGTON, N Z. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

New Zealand Sensation. PROMINENT KTJNHOLDER ON TRIAL. Wellington, N 'A. A sensation has been cntised in South Canterbury by the prosecution of Robert Gutherie, » prominent Mackenzie country runholder, ou throe charges of sheep stealing. Tho evidonce whs to the effect thnt the sheep wore shorn and branded, whilo the earmarks wt-re altered. Gutherie was committed for trial.

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SULTAN'S KIN PROPHETIC. TURKEY DOOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

SULTAN'S KIN PROPHETIC. TURKEY DOOMED. ?? Prince' Suueh Abbedl, nephew of guliuu Mohammed V.,'hns written to his uncle: . 'By drawing your sword for Germany you have condemned our country to denth. Your majesty cannot be lgnonrnt of the fact that nil loyal BUlijectsiare In revolt against this monstrosity. Our duty Is to fight Germany, not to help her.'

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West Australian Murder. ACCUSED COMMITTED. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

West Australian Murder. ACCUSED COMMITTED. PEHTII, Saturday. JoBOph Cutay has been committed for trial at Pinjavra (W.A.), for the murder of the little girl Jean Bell, at Marrinup. It was stated in evidence j,hat when captured accused said ho 'was sorry he had killed Jean, that he intended to kill her father. lie hr.d triod to hang himself nnd now desir ed to ho shot.

Publication Title: Western Age
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WAR'S GOOD SIDE. CHECKING OF DISEASE. TYPHOID ALMOST ELIMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

WAR'S GOOD SIDE. CHECKING OF DISEASE. TYPHOID ALMOST ELIMINATED. Tin- war-'i«l may slay ruthlessly with one I- ?? ml hut h« ministers wilh the other to the nicli 'nnd feeble. Half of him Is clad in nrmor and tin- utlii-r half In Ihe garb .if n hospital nursr. Si' l! !» learned III effocl fi-iim an editorial In The Army and Navy J-urnal .New York). The editor of this I'iiner Is annnved by a i-nsnnl remark of the I SprliiBllMil llcpnl'llnin t» «»» ---'fl'''1 «»'-» I 'war and pestilence hav.- always cone hand in hand.' This itinv !'-? 'l' record of the _. ? ,...„ »rtw. tutifii'il. lm I IIWM'n is M'ttt IIIIMi |l 11^' VII '?' i in ..-.. ? likfllhninl i.f it iii »'.'- future, unrt the Im provement his Iim'M the result of war and '''The' war' with Sp.'ln'lVi 'lS!IS resulted In Ihe cmllnu -if yellow f«ver as a world-wide woiirri' not only of the tropics, hut of coun tries rriirlvil I'.v emigrants from the tropics. II was army medical olllcers, not Iw'Ufcms, that directed that great work, an...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGEL COMFORTER. GRAND DUCHESS AS NURSE. WOUNDED OFFICER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

ANGEL COMFORTER. GRAND DUCHESS AS NURSE. WOUNDED OFFICER'S STORY. An elderly Uuwlun Held officer relates ihe following .story: 'Cm arriving from the battlefield, where I was wounded by three bullets from a ma chine gun, I was brought to the hospital of Rornu, where the Grand Duchess Olga Alex androvna i» working. 'I siw Her Imperial Highness on the llrst erenliic when we arrived. The liriiuil Duch ess, ii' tho white dress and cup of a hospi tal nu 'se. with the badge of the lied Cress on her brea.sl and a towel thrown'ovcr her shoulder, wim standing near an 'iTlcer with a bad wound in his side, wnlch a flocmr was Jus) dressing. 1 bowed to the august .Sister of Mercy: she graciously tendured me her bund, which 1 kissed. I bowed to the august Sister of Mercy: she graciously tendered me her hand, which I kissed. 'She made me .sit down on a stool, asked me nbout my wound: and calling up another Sister of Mercy, left me. It was evening when my wounds were dressed, and I was put to bed. A...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Smallpox! CASES AT NEWCASTLE. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 23 January 1915

Smallpox ! CASES AT NEWCASTLE. Sydney, Saturday. Two cases of email pox aro report ed (rom one bouse at Cook's Hill, Newcastle, and another oaso is under observation. Tliin is the first oaeo in New South Wales for some months.

Publication Title: Western Age
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