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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
Anthony Horderns' HALF-YEARLY SALE From Monday, 25th January, 1515. To Tuesday, 16th February, 1915. Marvellous money Saving Event of the Season. SEND FOR SALE CATALOGUE POST FREE ON REQUEST AND BUY EVERYTHING AT I Anthony Horderns' Famous Sale Prices Anthony flordern. Sons Ltd, KpatvcersEmpo?rlimr5 Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY I ijfp (mm Wfikh.i Marsha 11- Street. J. ilfiasyL, Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A lurge assortment of Perfumery. Fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and (Stationery always on hand. J. MITCHELL, Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st., Cobar. The Commercial Hotel [EDWARD STREET, CANBELEGO (i BestjLiquors. Good Bods and Tables. Tariff Moderate. First Class Accommodation (or Travellers and Boarders. O.J. is no Btranger to Canbelego, and returns to business encouraged byjhia former suooess. ' Miners Arms Hotel . ; Canbelego. ?. BLAMCY. PROPRIETOR H.B. has much pleasure in notifying hi? old friends in Oobar and Wrightville and the surrounding distrio...
SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
, SUMMARY. Died at. Hni.rkn the othai- day — Mra Jilleii ir.irt, -'8, leaving six sons and 'siro daughters. i Values at A. 15. CAMPBELL'S store make buying elsewhere expensive* Cnlmr and district Public School teachers returned from holidays yes terday. Tho schools re open on Monday. LhhI night's annual meeting of sub scribers (if tho Collar District Hos pital, was the quioteBt for some years. President O'Dea remarked that the proceeding* didn't look like old times. Just laudod, nearly 600 yds- Lino leum and Floor OloLh, direct from Glasgow (Scotland), eaoh one a new season pattern. II. DOQQKR, Linsley Street.* The Coonamhle P.L.L. seleoted Mr. Skulhorpe (by 35 votes to 30) in pre ference to Mr. Sullivan, to run for the Casllereagh, but Mr. Skuthorpe retired in favor of Mr. J. A. Clark Mr. Sullivan got an unanimous vote at Quiiniliono. Altogether tbore aro 13 endorsed candidates for the Labor soloction. Thus tho Hourke ' Uorald:' — Tho weather has been hot for a few days. The therui...
TOTTING IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
TOTTING IT UP. Captain Godfrey, who wrote tho first book on British boxing— A Treatise on the Useful Science of Defenco' — once appeared in tho King's Bench as surety for a friend for £3p-)0. Although Sergeant Wllloughby, tho opposing counsel, knew well that the captain was good for a larger amount, he Insisted on proof that ho was worth so much. Slowly tho captain recited particulars of his means, and finally wninntrhhv nald there was still not onough by £60.' . , . 'Well, as to that,' said tho captain, I have the noto of hand of ono Sergeant Willoughby for £60, and I hopo ho will soon havo the honesty to pay me.' Thero was a roar in court, and tho sorgeant looked very foolish, especially when the pre siding Judge, Lord Mansfield, remarked: 'Well, brother, I think we may accept tho bail.' ? Woman. — 'I would liko to sco some maids' aprons.' . Child.— 'Oh, mother! Is father to wear those when he dries tbe dlshes7M
RAGE FOR BLACK. LATEST DICTATE OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
RAGE FOR BLACK. LATEST DICTATE OF FASHION. There is no doubt about black being far nnd nwny lho favorite color both for frocks and hats this season amongst the best drcssed women, who are wise enough to rea lise that there Is nothing that Btands out with greater distinction than an all-blacl: toilette. The value of this effect is en hanced by the blaze of color Indulged In by those who blindly follow the fashions of the moment and Indulge In the vogue for brilliant color schemes. Not only Is black adopted for dresses and 1 coats nnd skirts alike, but the nil-black hat, fashioned of flno Chantllly lace, simply trimmed with a velvet bow and band, has once more come Into vogue. This typo of hat is Infinitely more becoming than those bright-hued -and eccentric models that havo had their day. and for the moment are Inid y aside. The only relief that ono flnds to tills s severe type of trimming Is the use of bcauti- ! ful long ospreys and birds of Paradise dyed i- a jet black; or for thos...
Costly Stone Throwing. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
Costly Stone Throwing. At tlio Police Court on Thursday, boforo Messrs. Neil Morrison and J, Leah, J.'sP., Samuel Lowo proceed ed against William Bargwanna on the ground that he approlionded vio lonco to his person, and required Bargwanna to ontor into a recogni sance to keep tho poaco towards tho comulaiuant. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr Duffy appeared for plaintiff. Samuel Lowe said he was a drill sharpener, residing at Wrightville, and knew defendant, who rosidod two miles away. Last yoar thero was trouble hotwuon them over some fruit trees. Defendant was discharged iu that case. Afterwards a boxing matoh waa arranged between them, but tho dootor refused to give witness a cer tificate of hoalth, and the match was declared off. On the date of the pro posed contest witness was at Munro's hotel with M'Callum and others, when dofondant camo up and said, ' What are you going to do about this now?' Witness said, 'All we can do is to draw our monoy ' Barg wanna wanted him to go up t...
IN A HOSPITAL BELGIANS' GRAND WORK. MEN WANT TO FIGHT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
IN A HOSPITAL. BELGIANS' GRAND WORK. MEN WANT TO FIGHT AGAIN. (By Alice and Claude Askew.) Just two mill's from the trenches the Bel gian Held Hospital staff are doing magnifi cent work. They have converted the college of Funics tato an admirable hospital. Thero aro two u finis, and ihc hospital already contains ono Hundred beds, but provision has been made to take iu any number of wounded. The stall are prepared to meet all emergencies; no patients are to be turned away— the whole first ,rn S Wil1 le col,Vt,rlv,l u hospital *t I? ,'ou,l,,dcd are brought In straight from Uie firing line. An ambulance arrived while wc were Inspecting the wards. it was a case for Immediate operation, aud Mr. Sutar, who has »lone such excellent work iu the operating theatre, got to work at once. There was no delay; there never Is. The scene iu the operating theatre was strangely impressive. Means of ordinary lighting there were none— the sole illumina tion was obtained hy .small «-il lamps, and, save r...
RICH AND POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
RICH AND POOR. 'It Is significant of the rapid growth of enlightened opinion that, whilst tho wealthier one-ninth of tho nation is to con tribute forty-flvo millions, the poorer eight ninths are asked only for twenty millions,' ! says the New Statesman. 'Wo have broken quite away from tho figment of equal con tributions from direct and indirect taxation respectively, for which no economic or other intellectual argument was ever adduced. 'Though Mr. Lloyd George hopes to get j no less than seventeen millions out of an I extra halfpenny per half-pint of beer, the I fulllng-ofC in consumption from all causes is estimated at 35 per cent.' I Little Dick: Pa, why Is it the way of the transgressor is hard? Pa: Because so many people havo tramped on it, my son! |
TROUBLE MERCHANT. INVALUABLE ODD MAN. COLLECTS LORRIES AND CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
TROUBLE MERCHANT. INVALUABLE ODD MAN. COLLECTS LORRIES AND CARS. (BY F11ANK IIILLIER.) Tho 'war has produced many odd Jobs. Thero aro all sorts of people running about iu the performance of all sorts of strange tusks of which nobody unconnected with the l.'fo of tho Army would over imagine. Ono of these is tho Trouble Merchant, who Is in a senso tho 'odd man' of our splendid Army Service Corps. Ho Is a mechanical trans p rt officer. His duty Is* to go out In search of motor lorries and cars in trouble and bring them into hospital, where their wounds iruy bo treated. It is an office which requires a patient, conscientious, * clevcr, ingenious, goodtem I ered, st/oiig young mnn, whom nothing can Jaunt nnd for whom nothing is Impossible U is a hard task, and at times a perilous one, whioh may bo dcmonsttiitcd by tho stories which I was privileged to hear recently con cerning tho hard life of a Trouble Merchant* THE 'TROUBLE MERCHANT' AT WORK Tho bane of this Unfortunate man's lifo, o- ...
The War. Severe Fighting in France. British Driven Back. BUT GERMAN ADVANCE CHECKED. THURSDAY, 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
The War. Severe Fighting in France. British Driven Back. BUT GERMAN ADVANCE CHRCKliD. Thuhsday, 2 30 p.m. Ddtniln aro now oomliie to hand of a ilesporiile KtriiRgla hetwoon a sootion of tho HritiBh mul Gorimui forces in I'ranoo. ' Diii'inft au Httnck on Ywenohoy, Lliuro woro 25,000 on hoth sides. Tlio Gormana atlvnncod in denso masses. They rnoled under a wither ing lire, but oontinuod ovor a sea of corpses. Those who escaped not within lu yards ot the liriLish tren chos, and throw gronados, killing many of tho British. The Germans then swept tho British, and advancod in (v lino! A combat at oloso quarters ensuod, and tho rattlo of musketry gavo placo to honrso ories and the gnsping of men stubbing and thrust ing. The British woro compelled to rotiro, and lost lionvily whilo doing so. Two companios of Suotcli rogi tnonls wero badly cut up. The Ger mans gained ground for 400 yards, and wero tlion shattored by a crack British corps. The romaindor crum plod up, and surrendered in' grou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
! 1 i «?????'? He stepped into PayUuoi / \ r- j ? Dr*t* B«U*r. / \ our store \ with a determination to oe 3 / /c^3?7 \ better dressed. He had read our n ? linTl \ ®^s. ? they read true. He was D / ' f \ tempted to come. He came, ? / ] And stepped out | J a better dressed I / 1 A \/ See the satisfied look on his face. I i Note the faultlessly-greened appearance 9 j J VV he had imparted to his dothcs — iook at g Sr^ yt. x - \ / the fine ltyle / Jii ' If, ?*' / Li3 clofhe3 / I ft *S« / ,re 0,1 ln — / / I J,' M-V pay particu- / 1 I 'ar attention I J J °t the athletic, per- 1 r . fectly ? constructed \ q \ ( T. y shoulders of the \ ' * Coat. ^ \ S Yet this is hut a metaphor of what y hundreds of men are doing weekly. ; i They realise that the initial outlay costs i just ss much for the badly-fitting Suit xt i * a-i for the perfectly-fitting Suit f\ i He directed his steps to Economy, 1 too. because, whilst he paid the same as - jj before, his new Suit wore twice as long. '$ That is. he s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
M. A. Padula] THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band tba best seleoted 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 & Go. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Aro proparcd to eater into contracts for supplying Chincsa for ring-backing and 6crub*cutting, as well as Chinese 6orvant9 and cooks. for stations. LARGE STOCKS 01? CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY. MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Sash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, lc. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended bo. r JoB 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 CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage must be...
USEFUL FANCY WORK. HOW TO MAKE BOOK-COVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
USEFUL FANCY WORK. HOW. TO MAKE BOOK-COVERS. No room is complcto without hooka. In fart they po a prodigiously lonp way tomaka n house a home. Our RrcatOHt treasures— it wo possess no real library-— And *]jcjr j into tho drawing-room or tho den, hut tho bedrooms, especially the spare rooms, aro ^ often somewhat ncKlected. There Is no nw»ro j uncomfortable sensation for a visitor ulio ; lias passed a restless ni«ht, or who pas awakened early, than to lltul there »s nothing to road. This stljjma on the hostess s cate r,.r imp miLMttt rim easily he removed at a vcrv small cost when so many excellent works of Action are produced for sixpence or a shllllm; apiece. Often the covers are not very attractive, and so the woman who Is fairly skilful with her needle should sot to work to make dainty covers! which arc easily slipped on. With this object In view nil the hooks should ho the same «!*'?-?. ''''j tho 'libraries' ean ho periodically chunked from one room to another, and when two «r th...
FOODS FOR CHILDREN. FOUR EXCELLENT DIETS. CEREALS, MEATS, AND DESSERT [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
FOODS FOR CHILDREN. FOUR EXCELLENT DIETS. CEREALS, MEATS, AND DESSERT To feed ymir child for health it is acces sary to study the nutritive value of csrtal'i diets for children so that they may have ihc proper food to grow, play nnd lo healthy and happy on. Tho items on tlio accompanying diet litfls are arranged with duo consideration to nourishment and economy. They list tho foods a child may have. The mother must select the foods she thinks most appropriate. With a little thought she may provide a grout variety in her child's diet. It is not iniem'ed that she should use all the items mentioned for one meal. Children should bo fed ac cording to their weight nnd not altogether according to the ago indicated in the charts. Solid foods must be introduced waduiilly after one year of age In the diet of a bnh- of normal weight. One meal a day should be given, consisting of ccteal gruel or Jelly, properly salted and served with iniK:, or crumbs of bread made into a soft p:ip with 1 milk, ...
AUGUST, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
AUGUST, 1914. iB* JuiiN .UASKFIKLLU liow still this quid cornfield is tu-ni£ht; liy an inieuser giow ihc evening uu^, uarKiicss, urn a oicpcr iiohl, ihe s-touK* a purinuge coVcy can*. ihc wiudutwj hitler on the distant hill; lite ms the ueogc tlie snecp-beits in the fold tum.i.'ic on sud-.iui music uud arc atill; '1 lie I oiiw rn pine wuoua ctoop above the wu.ii. An quiet valley reaches out i'usi thv bloc lulls into the evening sky; ;.ur the Mulii.'lc cawing, goes a rout Ol looks iron* Harvest, Hugging as they Hy. So I;-, at.ti. u! it is 1 never saw £o great a beauty on these Knglish tickU Toadied, by the twulghi's coining, into awe. Kipc lu the soul a:ut rich wiiu summer * yields. . . . Thcfcc home.-:, this w.lley SMead below ill* here, Ihc rooKs, the tilted slacks, the beasts in lieu, Jluvu buc;i the htarlfeU things, pastspeak Ins dear ?« To unknown generations of dead men. Who. century alter century, held these faring And, looking out to watch the changing sky, ileard, us we hear...
TOO MUCH TIPPERARY. SOLDIERS SICK OF IT. PRESENT-DAY FAVORITES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
TOO MUCH TIPPERARY. SOLDIERS SIOK OF IT. PRESENT-DAY FAVORITES. ..^'ce-Corporai v- Ruwcll Wnrrcn Bays that the songs our soldiers slngt have been a constnnt, source of astonishment to our r rench nnd Belgian Allies. The French sol dier, as he marches, swings nlong to a lilt ing refrain full of references to tho flag and I'ranco and death on the Held of honor, But the^Britlsh Tommy sturdily scorns sentimen tality. And this Is as true of tho Terri torials and Lord Kitchener's new army In training as it is of the men at the front. As wo of Queen Victoria's Rifles march through Mayfair to Hyde Bark, you hear very little patriotic music from us. — irue, we do occasionally whistle tho Mar seillaise and the Russian National Anthem, /r Ky .way of 'PP^'clatJon of our Allies. (La Brabnnconnc, hy the way, has so far eluded us), But, fortunately, nobody attempts to sin? either of them, and wo do not whistle them too often. Too frequent repetition rouses protests from the ranks behind and an exh...
GREAT CHUMS. ALLIES HAPPY TOGETHER. TALKING WITHOUT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 30 January 1915
GREAT CHUMS. ALLIES HAPPY TOGETHER. TALKING WITHOUT LANGUAGE. Our redoubtable friend, the Russian, mean while playing a lone hand, cannot be Includ ed in any Inquiry as to what the Allies think of one another (Neil Munro says In the Dully Chronicle), but alter three months* comrade ship in the field of war, it is 'possible to set forth in general terms the Frenchman's esti mate of Thomas Atkins; the Briton^ senti ments regarding France's rcd-breeclied war rinru- tho UolcUn's summltig-uD of French and British, and their views on him. Discounting Gallic politeness, the evidence Is convincing that the French regard our r soldiers with an admiration second only to -gg their admiration for/their own delightful gun, M 'with purple-staine.l mouth,' the eloquent «K2 'solxante-qulnao.' Indeed, they are apt lo think that, If not exactly the Inventors of tho British Army. they are at least its 'discoverers'; that it -j is In a sense, a gloriously destructive little weapon which (with the 75) w...