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Telegrams. The Dean of Newcastle on Strikes. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Telegrams. The Dean of Newcastle on Strikes. SYDNEY, Monday. I Tho Dean of Nowcastlo (Rev. Golding-liird) in a sermon yesterday, roferroil to strikes, as tho maddest folly, and declared that until men, when a iliiputo aroso and a striko couimeuccd, domandod a sccrct bal lot, tho majority would be- ruled by the minority, and strikes would con tinue. ^

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Naval Proposals. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

German Naval Proposals. LONDON,. Sanday. Tho German Liberal and Radical ! press welcome Admiral Von Tirpii's 1 j proposals as tho fororuuuor of uavnl ! peace, but German nationalist papers aro sceptical iu regard to tho pro 1 posed rates am unmeaning without a. gaarnnteo regarding tho British Col onial dreadnought# further particu lars.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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National Insurance Act. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

National Insurance Act. J LONDON, Sunday. J There aro now 13,000 Doctors working under tho National Insur ance Act, which Air. Lloyd Goorgo states has ', mode an extraordinarily | successful begiuniug. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Drowning Fatality. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Drowning Fatality. ! LONDON, Suuday. Tea mon were drowned iu thoMei' 60y through tho capsizo of a hopper.

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The Breaking of a Chain. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

The Breaking of a Chain. LONDON, Suuday. ! Owiug to tho breaking of a chain j a bucket containing eight hundred ' gallons of water felt 160 yards, at { Boisovcr colliery, killing or drowning 13 mou engaged iu sinking ashaft.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Namoi Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

The New Namoi Electorate. Mr. Georgo- Black-, ' M.L,A,, for I wards tho. following iutorestiug in I formation:— Tho now polling places may bo distinguished by tho name of tho former 'electorate . being marked against thom. Alhambra, Avoudale, Baan Baa, Balareo, Baradino (Liverpool Plains), Bollata, Bogowong, Boolcarrol, Boo rooma. Borah Tauk,' Bo'galdi (Liver pool Plains), Uugilbone, Bugilbono Siding, Bullaway -.Crook, Bulyeroi, Burrenj Barren Janctiou, Carinda, Cellnoy, Collarendabri, Collarendrbri East, Como-by-Chance, Cry on, Cum borah Springs, Cuttabri, Dorwout Park f Liverpool PJains— narfc-. Err I enbri, Eulah Creek, Galathcra, Gin [ gio, UIenpatrick,' Goaugru, Gnnda 1 blouif Lightning Ridge, Lemon I Grove, Marah Crook, Lower Marra Creek, Marra Creek, Merali North, Middle Creek,. Millie, MogilJJogil, Moongulla, jMoroudali (late the Gra ! win), MourabillaV M.ullaly. (Liver-, pool Plains — part), Myall Vale, Nar rabri, Nanabri West, Now Engle dool, New Prospect, Nowlcy, Old Cubb...

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Colonial Preference. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Colonial Preference, LONDON, Sunday. Air. Bonav Law rUUus that tho momont tho Uuiouists aro rotumed to power,'- they will if possible, grant Colonial Profereuco, without iinpos iog any food duties. -

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

In Memoriam. TURNER — I loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandmother, Catherine Turner, widow of the late Mark Turner, who passed away at Narrabri on 11th February, 1911, aged 85 years, Loved by all. Inserted by her loving son and daughter- in-law, J. A., and E. Turner, and family. The North-West Courier MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1913.

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Cricket. NARRABRI WEST v TARRIARO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

?Cricket. ' ; NAHHABRl WEST v'1'AU.IUMlO. I Played nt Tairiaro, the mticr ie»ni winning by 7 runs on the first uin ings. ' Tarriaro batted first,* and knocked up 115, Diud being top score with 19 not out. E. Bates was tho best trundlcr for tho West, tak : ? ; -« Narrabri West mado 108, W. Bates, with 23,. being top scorer. Dind was tho best bowler for Tarriaro, taking G wickots. I' thoir socond voututc, Tarriaro wero disposed of for 85 rnns, Wilkinson j Brothers being chief scorers with !»' I each. Doutiolly, Bridge and Dean divided tho bowling honors for thcK visitors, ltequiring 92 runs to win, tho' West \yeut in, and at call or timo had 4- wickets dowu for 78 (Bridgo 06 not out), only 14 runs being wantod with six wickots iu naun. Uinly hard lnok for tho West, aoomg that tho matoh was timed to start at 11 a m., and was commenced at ll.ou through somo of tho Tarriaro playors not turning up at tho appointed timo. Tho tactics adopted by como of tho fieldsmen of tlio homo team to kil...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Park. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

bur Park. Wo loaru from an aldorman that tholeqder of Goo. 4'orkins for fonb ing {u'low'cr Collins Park, was accop ted at £3 4s por chain. Tho specifi cations provided for a whito oroa-* meutal fonco with 'fivo wires and a whito rail on top, whioh will bo' movablo in timo of floods. We I congratulate tlio Clerk of Works I upon, tiio manner in which ho pro | pared tbo BpeciGcationa. ' ,

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Market Report. (Hill Clark, and Co. Ltd., report.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

: Market Report., » (Hill,* Clark', and. Co. , Ltd., roport.) I Wool.— Tho last sales of tho rcgu- 1 lar wool season will bo hold hero uext weok, ?included in which will bo a few small clips of uico 'appearance ; -thoro will also bo somo ro*offorcd lots nnd a heavy proportion cf star lots. The weok has-beon -a rather, quiet, ono in tho trade, as many of tho buyers hro absciit iu Brisbauo atteuding sales in that contro.' '? Slioop. — Tho sheep market of Mon day. hist, was . much about, tho -samo generally as on , tho previous Thurs day. ? While ou Thursday last prime classcs met with good ' support aud sold well, but others woro again dull of sale aud prices not nearly as good us wo could wish. Owners of prime quality should bo aafo in keeping those coming,' for they will, no donbt hold or oven go bettei than at thu present timo as tbo proportion of prime quality is vory small. On - tho oilier hand wo hardly hope for prices of medium quality to go much, if any bottor, till there is* ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Citizen's Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

' Citizen's Association. Tho usual mouthly meoting wob held ou Mouday night. Dr. Park was in tho chair aud there was a fair at tendauco of niombors. . CojTCspondoDce.was read from tho Department of Lauds ro ' watoring placo at Bollata, which matter had beet} passed on to tho Shire Council. A lettor from tho Municipal Coun cil ro correspondonce trom the as* sociation. Iu this aiattor discussion' was held over pendiug tho action of hto Council in dealing with & roply to samo whioh had been forwarded by tho'Executive. It was decided to writo to Various Municipalities, Progress Associations, and F. aud S. Associations in tho dis trict asking their, co-operation iu hav ing tho North-Western trains re served for passongors travelling north of?Mnitlaud. Accounts from W. Madgwick 3s, and T. Liuitli 18b woro 'passed for payment.

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Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

, Official. , Wo havo received tho followiug communication from Mr. G. Block, M.L.A., recoivcd by him from tho Department of Lauds :— I havo tho honor to inform you that tho sum of £80 has beeu set apart by tho Miuis , tor. for Lands, out of this year's Vote, for the improvement of tho .Public Parks and. Kccrcation Reserves' iu your Electorate; tho amount for' each separate urea being as lotions, viz.: Bnan Baa Resbrvo 39793, £5 *, Lightuing Ilidge Reserve 42GU0, £5 ; Walgott Parks, £20; Bellata He servo 34752, £10; Dangar Squaro, Weo Waa, £10; Burvou Junotiou Resorvo 44101, £10p Maules' Crook Reservo, £10 ; Dangar Park, Narra bri, £10. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Council and the Citizen's Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

The Council and tho Citizen s . Assbolation. Last night the looked' Com.cill tod°in'somo quartors that lomotbing would happen when tlio correspond coco wjis brought forward for dis cussion. Tbo letter from citnon JtcAlistor, Socrotary ot tho Citizen s Association did notovon x-aisoaripplo on tho aldorraanio waters. Tho lot tor is as follows : — ?? Wo are Indoed surprised at tlio Intimation contained in ,of 14th inst., tliat you do not Invito fartbor correspond on co from us. Th# Citiiea# As sociation as a public body 'thoao existonco | Is justified by tho fact that it is now in, the tocond yoar of its progress. Our As iociation ha* boon reoojnisw anu its cor* respondecoo acknowlodgtd by tho. Fedrral , aud by the Stato Mia stors.. DecoUtiont havo boon roecirodon all mat ..I tntomat. Hticli as tho Tost Offlco, pablio Institationa, etc. A« tbo CoancU ls a public body olocted by tho ratepaTcn wo wore cettalaly undor tbo impression that tho humblest cltuen | oatltlcd to write without inv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

A GUOCER'S ItECOMMENDVilON ' For tlio past lit) years,' says Mr. U Harrison, Qixicer, Parrataatta lid., and. .-. Cathoriao Street, Ltiicbhardt, ^.S.U. 'I liavo boon a 'sufferer from diarrhoea aud' ? ulthough I havo tried doctors 'prescriptions. r^-;. havo found nothing to rolievo iuo liko ' Cbaruberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Kornody. ' I always keop a bottlo for my owr. uso at' . v ?..- my private rosidonoo and at my store.' r '..V':. SJold by all chemists and storokoepoV. : For tho half year just outled tho Australain, Gaslight Company mado 'aproBtof £77,030.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

ONE DUiti KBIjIBVKS. . «? ri'vui aublect to wry buvaro paiua ia tho »tyiuiwh,'« writoi .Mr. U. Oohlui*nu, yictoVcuiiur, Uootubuugcu, Q. 'and always .tuko-Cluituborlrin'd Co!io and Diarrhoea Bomedy for samo. Aftor ono doso tlio .p^ln leaves uio aud I hard never suffered any ill offocta from Its uco. It give v mo ploaauro to rocoiuaiond Chamborlaln's Colio and Diarrhoea Beuody.' Sold by all i chcuiiets aud storekeepers. ?? ? ? ? '' ? ^ ? ?

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The Liberal Party's Programme. [III.] Section 2.—Financial. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

The Liberal Party's .Programme. (Contributed Articlo.) : . [i'0 . ' Sootiou*2.— Pinauoial. ? Ths whole crux of govorumont, succcssful or- otherwise, - !h finance. It is but tho mauagemont of a very largo busiuesa couccrn. Tho prin ciples that mako for wiBo and safe control of a business aro equally so iu tho matters of State. It is this fact that is so ofton forgotten— if it is.at all rocognisod. It, scorns that a very Jarge nnmbor of peoplo think that goveiument .means making and administering laws. This may bo so to a cortain degree, but tho pivot on which everything rovolvcs is fiuauco. No Stato can afford to uudortake enterprises that would not bo a fairly safe businoss proposition, Whon.the electors placo tho management of tho busipess of this Stato in tho hands of its roproscntatives thoy havo a right to oxpcct honest and safe administra tion. ' Tho electors arc tbo share holders — Parliament is the board of directors, and tho government of iho day is tho board of managers. Th...

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Wedding. LAMB—MULVOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

Wedding. LAMB— MULVOGUK. At 5.30 on Wodnesday, tho 5th February, at tho Methodist Church, Tamworth,^ tho llov. Pouniau united iu tho bonds of holy matrimony, Miss E. A. T.- Mulvogiio, daughter of Mr. Thomas Mulyogue, of Tamworth, and Mr.Waltor F. Lamb, sou of Mr. aud Mrs'. F. Lamb, of Narrrhri. Tho brido, who was giveu awny by hoi' father, was attired -iu. white satin oharmouso, and woro a coronet aud veil aud orango biossbms, aud carried a beautiful bouquet of .white cactus dahlias and carnations. Sho was at tended by her sistors, Zarah aud Libby, who woro whito' satin' dresses, trimmed with shadow lace, aud car ried bouquets of red cavuatioue, aud each woro a gold bracelet, tho gift of tho bridegroom. Mr. P. CvBarrett, of Guuucdah, acted as best uiau, and Mr. Gordon Uobiuuou, of Tamworth, was tbo groomsman. As tho bridal party ontored tho church, Miss Gladys .Pholps saug, 'Tho .Voice' Thatl3roathed O'er Eden,' and dur-' tng tho siguiug of tho register, the samo lady sang ' Angels ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

' 1'UHI.IC NOTICE. ? __ I '??? : I';r ;^:V:^^|p|||S^ Stock Reducing gg| .^_ la 3ES IN THE Drapery & Boot Departments EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. EVERY T.TN'K A BARGAIN. _ SEE SHOW WINDOWS. No. 1. Front Drapery 'Window, showing White Blouses, Is 1 lil Skirls, Costumes, Hilts. All Absolutolj Is pvr Good-.. I'l'.i'-ticnlly Imlf price. 200 Blouso Pieces going for -Is tucli. Siiceial btock of Dress Remnants, hnlt pi'icu. No 2 Window. Side Entrance. ' Fancy Dolls nt Gil. Set But and Bull, la 3d. Dress Hampers, 2s Talcum Powder, Od. Large bponges, ad No. 3 'Window. Side Entrance. About 200 sample Bor salino and Dux Felt .Hats. Gent's size, G» lo i , all at 5s. eu/ib. About 75 Fashion Sbirts at 2s L'acli. ? No. 4 Window. Side .Entrance. 30 Pieces of Linoleum, 2 yards wide at 2s lid yard No ii Window. Bout Department, [showing np-to date ' Boots and Shoes. Varied assortment. 8omo Special Cut Lines. All New Stock. DANIEL WARD, Bawy & Stafford's Corner, Narrabri...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913

Police Court. Before Mr. A. O. Butler, P.M., on Tiienday morning, O. NeUon was fined J£l and Us costs for allowing billiard* to be played on l*con»od premises on 2ud February at U.I 0 a.m. (Sunday morning). Mr. Potts appeared for defendaut. A. Amo-lro, W. Ticrncy. »? llannafonl and K. H.nna o-^ »ach nlcaded Roilty lo nubng and abetting n tho .iKJte i-fToin'o (pl-iyitig ' ? ?fter home) and wero lined IOs aud c» coil# wlii'h W«1 lbs mtuiranm 'ii.iwtil under thr Act. For a sccund 0nr„c.. under thi. Aet, tbo huo will in- CIO. lli» Wor.«h.p, under tho circumstance#, intimated that »l dcfo-idanU applied for a remission of .portion ef the fino ho would bo nlcfisad to recommend that tho fine ironld bo reduced to £1. Sir. Potta appeaxod (or the two llanuaforda. Fanluulny and Baveia wero charged with Belling refreshments after hours on 2nd February (Sunday morning). Mr. McDonald, who opneared for defendants, stated that the matter wns ono which came under tho Early Closing Act, which allowed ...

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