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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 February 1913

? PUBLIO. NOTICE.; ' VACANCIES for NOAKDEBS at MRS ~' JtESDITT'ii Boarding IIouso, Nan* tfutrar-atruet, Opp. Convent School. FOX'S Celebrated EVE LOTION. FOR tUtANULATEl) EYELIDS. ?Thy Only Cure In tlio Australian State* as n Solution, To bo Applied, as Directed. Solo Agont— W. II. COLEMAN, Maitland- i btic«t, Nairnbri. Notice. ALL pcrmluioii to FIREWOOD GET TERS t-otttoi! Wood on KILI.AR NEY is horeby cancollod in conaoqucnco of tho abu«o of tho privilege. AU troapaasors will bo prosecuted. W. BUCHANAN. J. Warren Scobie, = Architect, ^ West - Maitland. to VISITS NAKBAURL PERIODICALLY,- wli Local Addrosa i THIS OFFICE. 0ul ? — ? CI Government Savings Bant OF NEW SOUTH WALK* cn, Head Offices Uoor# 8tmt, Bydnsy. * NAUKAHIU UHANCH— Maltland-atreot. W. A. MIDDLE, Manager. FARMERS' & 8BTTI«EB5* LOANS from ££0 to £9,000* Repayable by IniUlsunti spread OTU 80 fears, AT LOW RATE 8 OP INTEREST* DEPOSITS RECEIVED from Is. to CfOfr INTEREST 3J% up to £800 3% on «xcesa tap to /J-00«, AU...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mawson Expedition. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 February 1913

The Mawson Expedition.   SYDNEY Monday.       Professor David has received news by wireless from Macquarrie Island stating that Dr. Mawson, with all hands are on the 'Aurora,' bound for Termination Base, to pick up the wireless party.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND CLASS SLEEPERS ON OUR OUT-BACK TRAINS (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

SECOND CLASS SI/EKPlvUS ON OUJl OL'J'-l)ACIK TRAINS. ? (To tho Editor.) Sir, — A littlo whilo back tho F. and S. Association ot Woo W&a wroto^ to Commissioners ro 2nd class sleeping accommodation on tho out-back trains. A Jottor was received from tho Commissioners stating that tho mattor had rocoivod consideration and it was regretted that tho sag nA.f|nn nnf hr- nrsnAnA In. Uudornoath this acknowledgement from tho Commissioners appoars a jotter from Mr. Black, M.L.A , us follows ? Mr. John Brown,-— | Dear Sir,— Berths for sccoud-class : passengers aro already provided on some trains, for instanco on tho cvo niug train to Narrabri, but I sup poso you Nvant a' general application of tho principlo to all night train*, and I havo told tho Commissioners so. ^ Sorry to hoar you aro all having such a bad timo. Wishiogyoa better lack, I nm, yours sincerely, GEORGE BLACK. , Having travelled by tho mail train last night, leaviug Newcastto | a^O. lO p.m. for Wee Waa via Narra 1 bri, '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

rupLio notice. /?'JsSSSS-s. Visit **as8cr» 1 1 And H,w0 Tour Ey0B ToBted sight at limes bccomes blurred, or If Tour troubles you io any way. you should take adjutage of offer to ? . fhorouahly »od scientifically t*sl Your Lyes, Absolutely t;eo. Each H L. .??MitiAd acDsratelv with tbo aid of tbo tery latest aod most improved in- ? Mromen '. including ffao Coroea Opbibslmiscopc,. the first in Auitralia, aqd glwacs w ill not bo rccommcndod unless thoy aro positively ncccasary. Children's Eyes aro alio Ireated, and io OTcry initanco my charges are tcry reasonable My certificates aro the highest in Australia, secured in tho Best Optical Insti tuics and ob'aln'd by examination with degress from Vicnos, lltrlio, Dres den, London, aod New York. 1 employ no Agent*, aod conduct my busiotM ptiaooally. Do not fotgel lo visit mo doriog my stay in your town S. A- Basser, Vienna Optician. Challis House, Sydney B idffik ;? vou & YOUR FAMILY *** will appreciate an EDISON Phono- ' graph in th...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

Correspondence. ' W« are aU times L of any pnblia InUrwt, but it tbs r , nsuit bo n»«Jer»tao-l tb*t *? necmarltr eadom th» oplnl-o«

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

'PUBLIC NOTICE. j Follow the Crowd ' ' -TO THE GREAT -'SUMMER SALE .. AT . . Weale's Cash Store New Wheat! JNew Wheat! To Wheat Growers j — If you have not securcd tho best Friocs in tbo past, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., Marie Lane, Sydney, Regarding your now crop. Tiii-y nro nilinittciiljr tlio lcudiug W buat SaJtB* men of tho Stato, with tho biggi-ai iot-nl nnd Shipping coi.ncc:timi. free Slorago nnd Liberal Adraticc.s can bo nrmnged. Stnrea Darling lelaud aud City. Bomorabor— Highest Pricca, Lowest Charge^. GOWINGS' AUSTRAL SUITS To Nlefisure 3s. Send for booKs of 100 'patterns, easy self-meuuramont form If we have not your medauro — oil measures once received are registered, and can be referred fo at any time— and Illustrated catalogue containing 120 pages of Men'a and Boys' Wear All orders carriage paid In Australia. GQWIMG BROS. 486, 488 and 499 George St.; and 3, 5, 7, 9, 11,13, 15 and 17 Royal Arcade, Sydney A. Woods, r^l SPEEDWELL- CYCLE & MOTOK DEPOT, * niuli...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Peculiar Court Case. IMPORTANT TO AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

Peculiar Court Case. IMPOHTANT TO AUCTIONEERS. At the Orange Polico Court recent ly A. W. Loitnor, brewer, sued J. 11. liarton, uuctioueer, for £10 damages iu respect to alleged , fraudulent mis representation at an auction salo. From the ovideuco.it appo^m that plaintiff . charged defendant . with having, at au uactiou salo ut Oruuge, fraudulently represented . that liar court Korr - aud Georee Hubertx had bought certain laud, thoreby induc ing plaiutifT to givo moro for adjoin ing laud thau ho otherwise would havo done. As a fact, it subsequent ly trauspired that neither Kerr nor Roborts was a purchasor, and plain tlfTfouud that thero was consei[ueut Jy no oue io sharo with him tlm cost of erecting tho dividiug fence. Tho P.M. :said tho evidence as to tho procedure adopted at sales was an oye«opener to him, aud tho case was an extraordinary ono. Tho ovidenco was that two lots wore ktiockod down to two geutlemon, aud the sales wcro fictitious. This, was au oncouruge ment .aud .au i...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Marvellous Happening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

& Marvellous Happening, j It touuds like fiction, but it is absol* lute fact. Tho big hiud wheel of a waggon weighing 0 tons, on Monday* passed over tho right leg, -tho chest, and tho left shoulder of a Httlo chap numcd Thomas .Fitzgerald, aged three years, aud tho, boy escaped injury (says tho Duhbo 'Liberal.' The nipper was riding oii' tho waggon with his 'father, who is thq manager of Mr. T. W ilkins 'Blirzard I-arui, North Dubbo. The juvenilo spir.-t revolted against the monot-mv of *hm .W riri. quested his father lo let him walk, io I satisfy tho -boy's caprice, Mr. 'Fitzger* I aid lowered him on to' tlio niacadaini'scd road. .-Young. Tom, howovor, swuug round us liis foot touched terra lirma^ nnd a heavy iolt rominded his father ^that tho wheel had passed over soino i onsiderablo impedimenta. Ho looked nnd saw his hopeful assuming the per pendicular with less concern than most boys getting out of bod. Subsequent ly au 'examination of tho bov bv Dr. Adamt- revealed tho ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

SMALL DEBTS C0UHT. Tho caso Hing.Bros. v Irwin, was postponed a week to allow ilr. Irwin to be present. Notico of tho case I was only received 2 t hours before. I

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

You will be sura to got what you want lu tho Footwear lino at Krohn's/whore tho good fcooU aro/oppoBito Port Offieo.*

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIOTOUS CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

ItlOTOUS CONDUCT. J Chas. W. Perrott was chatged witli riotous conduct, and pleaded not guilty. Constable Hell dopo&cd : At ,10.10 p.m. on tho ltith iust. ho was passing tho Hoyal Hotel aud heard a row iu the bar. Ho wont iu aud saw three men iu holts, und arrested two and summonsed defendant, whom he saw hit a nmu named Gordon. The three mi... uok. l,fiv;,ir» nt, a.vii.,.n,-« drinks. Gordon refused to shout for the other two. Wlieu he went to nr rest Perrott ho rushed away. Tho two men who. were arrested pleaded guilty. Clias. W. Perrott, defeudaut, do l-osed : Four of them woro sitting iu tho bar parlor, aud Gordon asked them to havo a .drink. At Jho bar ho asked thg publican to joiu them. Gordon asked tho publican what was the damage, and was told 2s 0'd. Goidou said ho would only pay for two drinks, aud put two sixpences ou tho bar. Soott said to Gordon, 44 Aru't you going to pay for any moro driuks,' and Gordon said 'No.' Scott and Gordon then got iato.holts, and witnes...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. ADULTERATION OF SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

PoIIm Court, ADULTERATION OK Sl'HtiTS. I On Tuesday morning, before Mr. A. O. Uutler, P.M., M. Fanniug was charged with selling adulterized whisky, and pleaded gnilty.' ilr. Potts appeared for tho do fondant. Inspector Thorn stated ho took throo samples From defendants hotel during January, and tho samplo of whisky was found to bo. under tho standard. .Mr. Potts explained that tho whiaky was taken from a cask in de fendant's spirit room, and tho wator had beon added indiscriminately. His whisky had never boon undor tho standard before, and tboro was no intention to dofraud tho cus tomers. Tho P.M. said tho law allows tho publican to broak dowu his whisky by 25 per cent. Defendant had addod 50 per cent. If a man carries on a busi ness in a haphazard way ho must bear tlio responsibility of it, and if ho can't do tho work* himsoU ho j should get his spirit merchant to do it for him. Kinod £10 or six mouths, i Seven days allowed to pay tho fine. Mary Moyd, who was dofonded by ilr. Wilso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

PUlll.tU HOTIOK. Summer Spoolallty FORD'S.- ? MILK OF ROSES, lly fur tho niewt preparation known for romlcriutf tho skin koft, smooth, and beautiful. Eradicates Freckles, Sunburn, Pimple*, and other Skin IlletuUlicr-— ' ? ? ? ? TJio Ladies' Favorito Complexion Ko noirer— Ford'* Milk of Rotot, sold in 2s. Ilottlrs, posUgo od. King Up 47. man ohcmbt, |wi\I/, Narrabri. r*4 '[A GAUD.] ''I I R. S. KAY-COOPER, I 1 L.D.8., I I I DENTAL SURGEON, J MAITLAND STEEET, | ' ? ^ K.VBRABBI. | ' ' HOURS : U a.m. to 6 p.m. - | CHEMIST w ^ / /iQj A8K l'°' ? y* TELKl'HONK ^ . No. 78. . SEVEN EWHV, N'AKlt Alllil p)tt[-:=(&tcst (Souvicc WEONESOAV. FEBRUARY IBth, 1913.

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Illness of Jan Kubelik [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

lilness of Jan Kubelik Jau Kubelik, the fatuous violinist, is seriously ill. lie is coufiuod to his homo iu Uohotniu. Kubolik, ouo of tlio most famous of violiiiists, de lighted Australian audicucos a few years ago with his marvellous tech nique. Many claim for him that he is the greatest living virtuoso. Uoru in 1880 at Michle, whero his father combined music with market garden- 1 iucr, Kubolik bccarno a. minil «.f tl.r. I world-reuowued teacher Sevcik, aud so soou achieved success' that ho has given rccitals siuco ho was 18 years of age. Ho bus f ravelled thivngh all liuropo, America, and AuKtrivliu, aud had received decorations from tho i'ope, and the Governments . of l'ranco, Serviu, aud Hounianiu. Ton years ago ho married tho divorccd wifo of Count Czaky.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

- Just landed, a largo consignment of Ladioa' aad Gontlomon's BooU and Shoes for tbo Xmft 8 seuon'. A epocUl dUeouot of 10 per ooat.oS UBtift prioee, Uiug Uroi.*

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Labor's New Plank. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

Labor'o New Plank. Tho X.S.W. Labor 'lighting plat form ' has just received a now plank : 'That tho full rights of citizenship bo conferred ou women.' Which meaus that womou entitled to vote should bo eligiblo for I'arliainout or Cabinet. Scaudinaviau prccedeuts to tho contrary, tho idea is repuguaut to those who look to woman as ; Queen of tho Homo and director of tho children's destinies. At any i rate, tho cradle does not scorn to enter into tho scheme. It is human to bo dissatisfied with our lot, and no doubt there are muuy women -who would prefer to bo men, forgetting that providence has allotted* ''to womau the noblest position kuowu to humuuity Surely all womeu kuow full well that their interests, protec tion aud welfare may bo well left in the hands of thoir fathers, brothers andhusbauds, or for the matter of 'that; all men worthy of tho nauie, without worryiug about affairs at all. It is tho desire of all women to. enjoy tho sympathy, love aud rospocfc of men. Tho iuoru the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

TB1KDTUK3I DOUIil'fiVGiiY. 'I Wftti out of sortu through irrogularitj I of tho bowls and constipation,' writoj Mr. ltodda, Ouso, Tiw. ' Sooiuy mi advorti&o* went on Chouiborlnia'd Tublota I docidod to try thcin, bntdid so doubtincly as ao' many niodiofues Jutd foifod. Tlio. result was so satisfactory ? that I now carry a bottlu of Cbuiuborlatn's Tublota in ? uiy pocket v.-borovor I go.' gold by ull cbuia ista and atorokoopfiw. - Police Oourt. In tho caso of JcromialrUell Vo* ceutly tried uuder tho Vograuoy^Aot» through an'ortw Couatablo Follutti was roportod 6ayiug': 'k Wituess naked Mr. Qniati if bo had beoa paid u»y money and y?ps iuformod ihot ho bud uofc, bat that ho-(acc»i6od) h'a(i:boon Cftdffing drinks all day.' Tho evidence should havo read that Conatable Felf Iotti uaid accused 'hod boou 'cad^in^ drinks all day,' not' Mr. Qainn; = r.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Willis and Dissolution. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

Mr. Willis and Dissolution. Mr. Speaker Willis iu a statement i on Tuesday, reiteruted his former statement that tho dissolution of Par liament must come, now that redistri bution was accomplished. 'The Government can only retaiu ofllco when I resign,' continued Mr. Willis, ' by the Wadeitcs or Uomocratics wet-nursing tho Caucus measure. 1 Klmll hn 4l.n craven Wadoites blacklegs, who nro 1 carryiug tho baby to postpone tho meeting of tho State electors for another year. If Mr. MoGoweu eleota to meet tho Houso aud asks for a further supply to carry him over : auother recess, ho most probably will bo dofeatcd in the House.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

? A'aKOCSR'sf tt&COUUJ3NDATtON. For th«- jtasfSO yoard,' aiyj Mr. U ?.I|iirris-»-j, Urucur, . KirmuuitU ltd., and CdthoriUw'Str'cat, iMiiohhardt, tf.S.W. - ' I liavu bjou i\ sufforcr-from diarrhooa and although I havo triod doctors 'proscriptions have . found nothing to raliovo ? ins lifco .-Obaaiborlaln's Colic and Diarrhoea Itouiody. l alwayskoop'&bottlo for my own uso at uy pmato rosidtmoo and at ' my store.' Bolabyjjllcb^BijCaaod storokoopw.

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Nickel Colnage and 10s Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913

Nickel Colnago and fOs Notes. I Mr. risiier iias aullionseu tho sub* 1 btitution of nickel for copper coinage ' in Australiit. ? The design has. not' yet been ngiecd upon. The process of substitution will lake several years. The notr penny will be and thc half- penny about tho site of :td. Another important alteration will be th'o issuo of tOs notes, of which ten million pounds' worth will be issued. The first will be issued in March, aifd the experts aiy tho design in the finest in tho world.

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