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She Fointed. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

8ho Pointed. Iu tho Sloreo Polico Court ou Wed nesday, two girls wero hariug a ^Cgal squabble over sorno interesting par ments of feminine apparel. ' Tho ,de fondaut iu the course of hor ovideuco said: 'Mary drove up, jumped; out of tho sulky, aud never said a word, - but-hit mo, and X hit her hack, aud 1 fainted.' ' I suppose,' Baid llr. ZlotkowskB, ' You feiuted with your left and hit Mary with your right.' Tho joke was lost ou tho wituess, but the lJcach seemed to have aomo idea of what was woant.— u News.'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Up-to-date. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Up-to-date. Tlio woreliippei-s at All Saiuts' Church o£ England, Moi-oo, are to bo cougratulatwl. On Sauday last threo olcvtrio fans Avoro in usoin tic church for the Brut timo, ntul proved uiost acceptable.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

8ubsor1ptlon : IN ADVANOKt £1 per annum. BOOKED] 09. per quarter, or 24s. * . per year.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Advertising. Rates ; . .39. .Flrat Jnoh. 29. eftoh i Additional inch. ***********

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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The Liberal Party's Programme. [II.] Section I.—CONSTITUTIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

JhB^|4bBPal^JRarty' s .PpflgnamniB. / . (Contribntod Articlo.) -v-[it.] . . -| Soctiou I.— CONSTITUTIONAL. 'I (a) Sccnriug a cbntinnnoco of (lie dnal syatem of..^Qifirnmont as pro* yided by the Comm^onwpftlth . .Consti tntion Act-,, and . maintaining tlio sovoreignty of tho Statos and tlio Commonwealth in their respective spliotca. (b) Securing an ndjustinont of tho financial gelations botweeu tho Com monvrealth.and. tlio compouont Statos, which will prorido-for the preaont and fntoro wants of tho Common* wealth, and at, tho samp timo pro* servo tho financial^ stability of tlt6 States. (o) Coutrol of. industrial mattors to remain with tbo Stato, ozcept bo far as they aro affoctod by tho Com monwealth Constitution Act. (d) Restricting leavo of abseuco to tnombors of tho'Lcgialative Council. ' (e-)' Redaction' of the number of raqmbcrs iu tho Logislativo Assombly to seyenty*two. (f) Socnring that iio incrcaao in salary bo ffiveu to mombois of Parlia* niCDti.ftithout ^tlio'. prior cons...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

j .r^i- in : ' ? ? ' '? I ' ? ? t'J ; ? - ? ? - Starts on Saturday, Feb? 1st, for 28 days only. All ,Gqgds Going -at Cost. : { Don't Miss this - Money Saving Ctyance. . ' .The, Greatest Opportunity , ever 'offered the Public, of Narrabri. Vf-fnirr : BwAt . J&. ' T!iC stores, M-A-MlAgg MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABRI. 'hotels. Mr, S.H. ^MINGHAl'S ?'.Imperial rHotel, j West Narrabri. A Fine Brick, two Storoy Hotel, baili od tlio 6ccno of tho^lato iiro, npto . dato in ovory respect, well ventilated bedrooms, and every comfort. FIItST CLASS TABLE, uudor tlio supervision of lira. C nuingham. MODEKN BAH, with all tho Latest Improvements. None bat tho Very Beat, .WINES, SPIRITS and BEEBS Stockcd. WE CATER for the Geuoral Public and Gaarautco Satisfaction to . our ... Patrous. ^ Junqinglip j „ proprietor, SSife tfe sfei sts ej- its its eb & ife sfi- sfe st» «ts eta tfs its sta sisS?. ^ The Caledonian Hotel. ... Maltland Street, |£ *1 ?? ; '? N A.RRAB.H 1, « (Lata of Guoucdab, Mn...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

rnilLIC NOTICE. ' ^ 1 LOOK OUT FOR THE NEW PICTURES AT THU SKATING RINK PICTURE PALACE^ (Opposito A. K. Collins, Ltd.) Opening To-Night, 10th FEBRUARY, And SHO\yiNO llKGULAJtLY Ou . Monday and Friday Nights IN THE FUTURE. POPULAR PRIOE8 ADUETS, Od ; CHIMJREN, 3d, lo all Tails. ... NO RESERVED SEATS. . ... : Don't Fol-got, wo aro tlio Pinneera of Popular Picture Prices 5 iii; this ... .Town. ... ' THE RINK PICTURE COMPANY, NAHRA1HU 1 H - - THE SM I LI N C ? ? ? - ? ? ? ? HOME WELCOME --0-. ^ AND THE DAZZLINC ? ? ? ? InBlffl 1 'Saltf ROW OF'PEARLS'1 RY AND OLD DAY ' The Event of the Season. ANTHONY HORDERNS' 20 DAYS SALE Big Bargains I last Day: , Tuesday, in every Wednesday,'; Jan. 28/13 Department; ^ ^ Many tKousanda of genuine Bargain* are set out in the Stile Catalogue; . write for a copy, posted free on S quest, and rrap the full measure of economy always to be found in ' ' ANTHONY HORDERNS' ^FAMOUS ^E PRICES;^ Humphrey Oxenham. Largi-tt Commission Agent in . — Australia. !. — Le...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Souls and Bodies. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Souls and Bodios. Alderman Smith, of the Wagga Coun- cil, stands in peril of e&tabliubiug a rcputatiou for himself as a humanist Daring ft discussion at tho last meet iug of his couucil, ou tho matter of revising tho permission granted to the Salvatiou Army to hold Saturday night services iu the uipm street of tho town. Alderman Smith said that I ho ' was iu favour of the S&lvatiou j Army beiug sout a cousidcrabtc dis- i tuuco down Little Gurwood street— I as far as tho gaol, iu fact.' Tho 1 M Army ' olaimod to look after tho ' souls, but tho council's duty was to 1 look aftor tho safety of bodies, which I they would fail to do if they allowed . that organisation to koop too closo to ! the rnaiu streot, ,

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

' '' ? PUBLIC NOTICE. ? Follow the €rowd TO Til 10 (MfiUBAT SUMMER SALE AT Wealfe's Cash Store New Wheat ! New Wheat ! To 'Wheat Growora If you havo not scoured tho best Prices in tho past, write to LiNDLEY WALKER AND COV,, MarU; Lane, Sydney, Rogardioif jronrnow crop. Tlioy nro admittedly tbo lending Whoot Salca moo oflCo Stale, iritli tho bijfffcal locnl nnd Sliip|-iuR connection. *reu Storage and Liberal Advances can bo nuanged. Storm Barling Island and City . Homoabor — Highest Priccs, Lowest Chargoi. ? ? G0WIN0S' liiKALpTS Jo Measure -^^3 '3-S. Send for booKs of 100 patterns, easy soil-measurement form tf wo have not your meaauro— all measures once received are registered, and can be referred to at any time— and illustrated catalogue containing 120 pages of Men's and Boys' Wear. AU orders carriage paid In Australia. ? ? COWING -BROS. 486, 408 and 490 ..George St., and 3,' 5, 7, D, 11, ! 3, 15 a:iJ 17: Royal Arcade, Sydney Albt. ' A, Woods, y»l SPEEDWELL CYCLE A MOTOR DEPOT, jTv...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Fooling the Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Foollne tho Eloctora. I Tho opjKJsitiou to tho Fodoral rcf» j ereuda proposals is begiuniog to spread through the ranks of tho Labor party, and tho Federal Government will suffer a second crusliiug defeat when tho proposals como beforo tho electors. Speaking at Portland last weok, Mr, 1'oter bowling said tlio Federal Labor party was fooling tho electors, an tho referenda proposals could not possibly achieve tho object desirwd, and ho might havo added that tho real desire was to reduco the States to tho lovol of municipal* itirs- Several loading men iu tho State Labor party condomn tho .Fed eral Government's attompt to gasp the powers of tho Statos, aud no doubt many of tho rank aud Glo will fulluw their lead. Tho proposals were adopted by the executivo of tho Labor Patty, uud a ukuso was issued orderiug all members to support them, but it is very probable that tho electors will decline to obey the com uiauds of tho Sydnoy executive, nn they did at tho second ballot for Ulayncy.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cost of Great Works. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Cost of Great Works. Panama Canal (esKmated , whon comploUxl, rot incla«?liig payment to defunct Fioucli Panama Canal Com- , pauy and Ropnblio at Colombia), Boronty-fivo iiiillioii pouuds. Gnuid Cuutrnl Tormitial, New Yoi-k. thirtv-six millions. ? '7 Petiusylvmiin Railroad Terminal,.. Now York, twenty millions. Sncz Canal, twenty millions. I New York Intorboro Subiray I (wheu complotcd in 191d), fifteen | millions. , tho hospital mcotiug lo*doy. I am i Manchester Ship Caual, fifteen millions. Erio Caual, ten millions. Manhattan Bridgo, New York, five millions twov hundred;' thousand pounds. Brooklyn Bridge, four millions four hundrod and oiglity thoasar.d pounds. Williatusbarg Bridgo, Now Y'ork, four millions six hundred aud thirty pounds. j

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jack Johnson's Invasion. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Jack Johnson's Invasion. It nppcnr« tlmt tho pnichaso by Jack Johnson, tho urgro boxer, of a bttugalow in tho colouy of millionaires nt Lako Genera, Wiscoustn, is merely the first step iu a campaigu of wealthy colored mou lo invado tho fnnhiouablo resorts of tho white raco in Amcrica. Johnson is n member ofasyudicato of extremely prospcreus negroes who proclaim their inti-ution of 'securiug optious in desirable property in Floridora, California, aud oleowhere with a view to makiug profitable sales.' The threat is obvious. A nogro named llurris stales that tho villas and bungalows which tho syn dicato oxpccis to bay will bo occupicd by black tenauts if they nro not sold at a profit. This curious campnigu illustrates a now and very disagreeable phase of tho racial problem iu this country. Johnson'u occupation of a bungalow at Genova is merely a foretasto of what is to coino, for it is reported he is one ol uiuo joiut purchasers of tho property, who, iu tho nbsenco of an acceptable off...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

' i wanted ANTED. -A WOMAN ns' UENK BAL UEbPi/ Wap» .A]-rb' MB8. MOBBIBU. irbnbarka. ? ' I'UBUO NOTICE. ? ACA.VCIES forMOAKDEKS »tMK8 'NESUriT'S jTJoaWiun. Hottao, Nnn-. dowar-stroot, Opp. Convent School. . - IMPODNDBD at BollAta..on tho SlUth davof January, 1013, fronj Alaaoott, W near shoulder, ag&J.. about H.l hands. Sum duo at dato of notico Ms iid, Ed mund J. Duff, Poundkoepor. IMPOUNDED, at Bellata, on tlio 7Ui day of February, 1013, from Xilgowla, by I). Cliartora, Ono Hay Guiding, branded U T over 7 near shoulder. - If not tvloauod Woro thu iiSth instant, will be sohJ at noon oil that date at Bulla ta pound. U. J. DUFF, PouudWooper. . Narrabri - School' of Arta Debating Socioty. - A8PE01ALMEETIK0 ot»momborB of el^ve Sociaty trill bo held in the SCHOOL OF AKTS, on WEDNESDAY. I5!th instant, at7-V5pm. - AU OLD and Intoutling MEMBER aro requested to attend. IS. fifoCLfc'LLAND, Secrotary. A Tennis Danoe. A DANCE will bo held in' Aid of tho Upper Eulah Crook TENNIS CLUD on...

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Freaks for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Freaks for Australia* Amongst tho iscbarahorst's pasflon- J gcrs, which arrivo in Sydnoy Ihis | week, ia A. K. Mareu, who U making arrangements for tho production of a j wonder exhibition and animal circus. Tho compauy include Egan Canuou who is 51- stone; n dwarf woighing only 'J'JIbs., and standing oO mclic* high ; Orotft Marziana, whoso ago is 10, mid who is Sft high 5 an ape, which an expert riHoshot; dogs that play a threo scouo melodrama, and a number of ether freaks.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P.A.H. and I. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

P.A.H. and I. Association. I A. mooting of members wan held in tlio Association's office, Uoylo-strcet, Narrabri, on Friday ovouing Inst, Mr, W. II. D. Smith was voted to tlio ' . 'chair..' Thcro woro also present : — llossrs. A. llrowu, F. Lamb, C. Wall, J. IJ. Brake, A. D. Gionu, L Bruwu, j anu u. i. linage, (bocrotary.) 'Apologios for non-uttendanco wero received from Messrs. A. Getts, T. K. ' Coatos, R. Smith, I'. A. McAlis/cr, Q. M. Mcllaffio, M. 1\ lltown, \V. U. Laird and E. H. Ilealo. ' Before proccoeding with buhincua . tlio Chairman stated that together with Mr. Gctts. hnd inspoctcil tho grdund aud decided to pat down a trotting track within the ring. Tho track would not interfere rrith tlio other ring events. Tho correspondence included a let* . torfrom W. F. Tnito, Gulgoug, who wroto aakiug if tho right to » merry* go-round at tlio bhow hud beon dis« jioecd of. v Tho Soctctnry wild ho hod informod tho applicant that tlio right had boon sold. Mr. W. IJ. Laird, iu apologis...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Fitzgerald's Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Fltiacrald'e Pictures. I Fitigorald'e will screen that boaaU ifal, romantio story of love, murdor aud just punishment, Tho Fatal Nccklaco. Mr. Fitzgerald annonucos that ho will show only on Saturdays aud Wednesdays in future.*

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Official. ' Mr.- Webster, forwards un for pul)Ho infdrm»tion1,tlio»iiio'nnt of moiioy voted tliis yeiir' to 'modernise ' .lliopQst offices of tho Gwydiiv -GiiunediUipoatoflico.additional pub lic and offioial- accommodation ; esti mated cost £660; date of closiug of tinders 10th I'obruary, 1913; 110 . .. fwim Works lutimaiiuu- jw *i.yw..r- ».» r- uiroctor of a'cceptauco of tapd?r. ? Bocgabri, ^additional pablio and offioial accommodation ; estimated cost £'100; date of closing of tondors ? ' iiol availablo ; tender accoptod for JC47M, work to be cowploted in IS wcoks froih 3rd July, 1912. Coouaborabrau, altsrations aud ad ditions; estimated cost £422 ; date cif closing oEi'tindcrai not availablo ; ? tender accoptod for£o-0 JS, work to bo. comploted ; in liO.wcoka from 1th November, 1912. Uingara, new ' exchaugo room and ' Ji- additional private letter boles ; estimated 'coat £153 10s; date - of closiii' of tender uot availablo ; ten doi accepted for £1« 17s work to ? bo completed i®^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

1 TRIED THEM DOUiiTIKOLY. » I was out of aorta through irregularity of tbo bowlY and constipation,' w ritw Mr. Kodda,Uu-f,Tas. ' Soelntf an adrertiso luflnt on ChainberUiu's Tablets I docldod to try them, bat di-l *- doubtioyly a* so tnany ineillcined h.vl Tuhid. Tho -result 1 was so satisfactory that t now carry a I bottto of Chamberlain's Tablets in uiy I pocket whereof I t'uld by all chem | lata sad *toroVot'}Hi«.

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Cricket. (By "Not Out.") COMPETITION MATCHES. NARRABRI v. BULLAWA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Cricket. (By ' Not Out.') C'OMPKTITION MATCHES. j NAURABHI v. BULLAWA. Tho Narrabri cricket competition itm a-Ivanccd another rftago on .Satirr day, when tho local lads met Ballavra Creek on Collins Park, whilo tho West journeyed toTarriaro. Strango to relate, both visiting tcamH naftorcd a defeat, althoueh tho West woro uu- I foitunato to lose their match. Tho day wm nico and cool for cricket, but a bad light somewhat handicappod tlio hat^mon, tlio sky being ovorcapt. Narrabri had first hit, and at tho iunehoou adjournment throo wickets wero dowu for 101. Indications pointed to a big score, but Joo Wall foatid a spot and, aud aided by Alux. Illingsworth behind tho stumpx, tho remaining wiekots foil for addition of 57 runs. Wall, who has boen out of tho gaiuu for several seasons, bowled well after Innch, winding up with G for 10 off 12 overs. It is extra ordinary that tho local club should not iucludo Wall in their team, in stead of allowing him to go outsido for his cricket. Tho pr...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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0Not a Rabbit Trapper. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Not A Rabbit Trapper. In Slovember last tlio Forbca ' «»d* vocato' published a (taragrapli to tho effect that tho lucky drawer of tho big prize, £10.000 in the last TatterMill's sweep iu tho Melbouruo Cup, had been following tho occupa* . tiou of a rabbit trapper, tho para graph being headed ' A llaboit irap pcr's Luck.' Tho wiunor in question Lyu Cook, of Burdott, has furwaided a lawyer'n letter lo the editor ol the 'Advocate,' domaudtug an apology fur so desiguatiug hiiu, tho alterna tivo being a threat of proceedings. 1

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