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Music? [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
Music? During tho progress of the Council mooting on Tuesday oveuiug tho busi ness was much hampered by tho blataut blaro of a picluro show band. Picturo show music is becoming quite a nuisauco,-whiit with a tuuoless hurdy gurdoy, tho yelling of kids, mego* phoucs aud othor hideous noises, ones life iB hardly worth living between 7.a0 and 8.U0 of auy night of tho week. Couuot something bo douo to stop this pest.
Strasburg Heax. ALL GERMANY LAUGHS. HOW IT WAS DONE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
Strasburg Hoax. | ALL GERMANY LAUGHS. HOW IT WAS DONK. I ?All Gormauy is laiiRluug over tho I hoax porpolrated by Keller, tho dis I missed official of tho Paymaster's , Department, iu having tho Strnsbni^ 'garrison callod out. It appears that ho sent a lolegraut to himsotr, thou rnbbe-l out iho -xhi« tonts, and snbstitntod tho following: — ' Will arriva at lil o'clock ; coming by motor-car and proccoding to Poly con pnnulo ground. Tho antiro gar. rison is to bo nlarmod. To this bo affixed thofiignaturo ' Wilholru,' and forgett cortaiu spoctal tnarkH to indi« cato that tho message had como from the Emperor. Tho totcgrnm was handed to Goncral KglofTstcin, who, quito ob« Jirioas of tho fact that tho Emperor was 1000 miles away, summoned tho garrison. On tho onlor being proiuulgatod tho populaco boliovcd tliat war. .was imminent, and many women, shod team. Within two hours 18,000 troops wero ou tho parade groujd, and Uto now Zoppelin airship was soaring overhead. Tho parade was witnesse...
The Heresy Hunt. INQUIRY OPENS. SENATE CANDIDATE AND M.L.C. EXAMINED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
The Heresy Hunt. INQUIRY- OPENS. . ;| SENATE CANDIDATE AND . jl M^.C. EXAMINED. ' Tho committoo of fivo deputed by the P.L.L. Conferenco to .call befotie i it mombers of tho State Labour party | for explanations ou threo spociBo matters began its investigations last i week. 1 1 Tho committee intend to conduot its inquiries in camora. Mr. J. Grant, i tho general Eecrotary of tho P.L.L. ' , who is a candt dato for tho Senate, was 1 tho first witness. Mr. Farrar, M.L.C., was also ox amtued beforo tho committee. It is tho intention of tho committee to sit continuously, so as to conclude its labours in time for .presenting^ rqporfc boforo tho closo of tho confer Tho eitoatioa. created has aroused iutonso intorest iu political circles, and. the .question, .b&ing. asked ifli.4i:Ww'-Qtft j&Umet$wiaudin embers of^ho LabQar party oat hamblo pie and appear -hefoco thoxoQjmittee in the . -role :of ^pmoner8 at tho bar ?t' Ofiu.promiaoutdijlqgatoof tboFX.L. Goiif-^Qt]ce^a«ki-d whe...
Narrabri P., A. & H. Association. Late Specials. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
? Narrabri P., A. 81 H. Association. Late Specials. ISa- lioafc Hoy unJ °;rl, rMo'j uuilur 1!) ym-™- tm lwniod, not lu oitooil ? n -1 ? £2 2s by Jauio3 Hunt, ^sq. 1 ? 1 Zb. Host Boy rider, over 10 y'oars and m.dor H s»', '' 1™°'™ t0 uicmJ : ? ' --13J: JJ1 lu by Jiuiioa Hunt, ka'l* ' ' 3Sa. boat nil-round liorso .(cyinpcting .liirlnir tliu allow). XI la by U G. Ctoakoc . LB20Ca. Orcatoat uulubor of Kirat Pnzttf In Artlcloa of Too11 IinJ llouaolioia Uso (SootSn L). by Griffith Btoa., to Mcr clianta, Sydnuy. Tliolr gooda to valuo ,or XI 1, ?. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
? HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING. ' - 4 About 'twelvo' months ago,' writes Mrs. Weill,' Patton-at.,' South Hrokon Hill, ?N.8.W. ' I got hasty pains across my ^ Btoiuacli and cheat which gnvu mo r. heavy depressed feeling. After using various romodies without success 1 1 nod Chambor lain's Tablets, tho first doao of which did mo ao much good nnd gavo such relief that ? - I pereovored with thom and- now enjoy good . boalth.' Bold by all chemists nnd atore ? koepora.
Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
Council Mooting. Tim usual monthly monthly mating rai liultl on Tuesday uvulilng. Proient : Tin.' Mayor, Alderman Sponiair, Aldermen timeo - Faulkner, Wyatt, Mackeiuia Hindu, Hul' tart, Dr. Marten, and tlio Town Clerk. Correspondence. From I', A. McAlistur, Secretary Citi^on's Association. Jitter appears elsewhere. From Messrs, W. Hipper nnd K. No«r couibo drawing attention t-i n gradually In crmsing heap of rubbish in a hollow n few chains past tho property known ns' Wnndi' which ii a danger to traffic. Referred to Works Committee together with n Hpot in Sulina-Street, which Th finally as bad. From Dopartuiunt Attorney Ueiieral re an application through tho luomlwr Mr. O. Hlnck for u reduction In tho lino iui ?uosed on E. I). Wnll nt thu polite court Narrabri for neglecting to wear overhauls whilo engaged In tho salo of meat. From British Oil Co., ro inquiry for rci. dual oil, and for sanitary use, sending quo tations for umo/ From Albion Stewart and Co , ro mitue. From Commoawealt...
Captain Scott's Message. APPEAL TO EVERY ENGLISHMAN HOW THE PARTY WAS WRECKED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 February 1913
Captain Scott's Message.'* 1 APPEAL TO' EVERY ENGLISHMAN g HOW THE PARTY WAS WRECKED, || SYDNEY, Wodiicsdav. K Tho followiug is an oxtract from a I pathotic message found on Captain Scott's body i 'Wo took risks, but things .havu como ontagrinat tia, thoreforo wo havo no caiisofor complaint, but bow to the will of Providonce, detormiued still to do our best to tho last, hut if wo havo bccu' willing to rfvo up our lives to ihi« ontorprise, for tho Honor of our Couutry, 1 nppcal to our countrymen to sco that thoso who denond on us nru properly cared for. Had wo lived [ should have had a talo to toll of hard)* hood, nnd 'endumncc, and courage of my companions which would have stirred tho heart of every Englishmen, Tho rough notes and our dead bodict must toll tho tale, but suroly a great rich country like ours will sco thoso who aro dependent on usaru properly prorldod fur. Tho wreck of ttio expedition is due to thu remorseless vr wither. - No human bvingx over suffered like us, for th...