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"Tesla" Photographs. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
??Tosla' Photographs. An attractive offer of good nud iu oxpensive photography is miido by tho great Teal a Studio*, whose ad« vertisemeut appears tu Hits issue. This -colossal studio employs close upon n hundred hands and its trudo is so great that it occupies half the third floor area of that mammoth structure, (ho Quecu Victoria Mar- 1 kete, ono of Sydney's greatest build- 1 ui^o. Xjvury r/uatoriuiu, ns well US at Christmas, ' Te&Ia ' portraiture (which includes tho beautiful 4* Ko. coco ' process) is reduced greatly iu price, the avowed object ot tho studios being to secure the always* .yalwd country trndo. We hear ox colleut reports . of tho '? Tesla' etu largemeuts, ono of which is given with thoir 10s tid offer of twelve cabinet Kococos A reputable tirui nud ouo of much popularity.
Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
Official. Wo ha7e received 'tho following communication from Mr. Webster, M.ll.R. With further rcfercuco to your letter of tho 17th Dccetubur Inst, regarding proposed additions to the Post Offico building at Knirabi-i. — 1 havo io adviso that in responso to the iuvitation of tuuders, only one was recotveu, winch was considerably in 'excess of the ostiiuate. J am uwuit ing a recommendation iu tho mattoi' j from the Stato Public Works Ue- ' partmeut. Yours, uto., KingO'Malloy. I Minister for Homo Aftairs.
"Brother China." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
j ' Brother Chlnn.' 'Sol proven,' is Mr. Justico UoUgei verdict as to tho cbargo that Mr. Chilm, fcuporrising ongincor of ? tbo transcontinental railway, had prcsen* tiit 'copies'' of testimonials ithicU no vt-r.hnd an original. TI»o testimon ial* were exaggerated and misleading. Mr. Chiim'h account of how ho becamo tins^.ssrxl. nr disntJMM»Sl«d. of tho oris inals was 'mwatisfactury.' Hut tho Judge »ns not absolutely cuutK.Ctd that no originals wcro in existence. Therefore ho gave thc nccuscd uian tho benefit of tho doubt. On tbo charge of having used his posTtion to ubtiiin commission, of being imtJica ted in the reasisation of stolen gold ami of having taken money front farmers for survey fees, which dia not result in obtaining loans, thc acquittal was unequivocal and tho verdict Miut i,uil ty.' Mr. China therefore resumes his position as supervising engineer, as Mr. Fisher puts it, 'with an absolutely cleaa sheet.'
Worse than Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
Worse than Rabbits. Correspondence published iu ^iew Zealand paper* tells conclusively tnat immense datnago is being dono iu tlio Dominion by stoats and weasels, which were originally introduced to check the rabbit post. Flockowneri oro suffering great losses, and nobody in New Zealand I seems anxious to oppose the oft-repeat ed statement that the 'natural eneni* iiV of the rabbit arc a greator curs* iu the Dominions than the rabbits These imported rabbiters aro destroy ing thousands of iusoct eating birds, and to protect bird lifo as well as sheep, landowners arc aeekiug co operation in warring against stoats aud weasels.
Mr. Wade Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
[ Mr. Wade Returns. Mr. C. G. Wade, thc Liberal Lead cr, has returned from his holiday in thc East, looking and feeling quite a Whilo iu tho East, Mr. Wado visited the Philippines, China, Singapore, and spent several weeks ia Japan. H'he common featuro in thc Eeatern coun tries', said Mr. Wade, which at once' impressed tlio visiter from Australia, wa.s the great congestion of population The great proportion of tlio people were engaged in agricultural pursuits, which necessitated continuous toil, long hours during tho greater part of the year, and small returns when tho ttar rest accounts were worked out. ti nges wero low, and such things as million aires were practically unknown. Mr. Wado -remarked on tho fact thut .Japan was gradually forcing her woy into a possiblo monopoly of the trade of the Pacific. Her mercantile marine hud enormously increased of late years aud shipping enterprise was heavily subsidised by a paternal gov-, orniuent. Tho only avenues of trade now open to tbo C...
WALGETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
, s WALGETT. I At a mooting ol tho WalgotL 'iihito Oouucil hold last week, Cr. O'Briou moved that the Council oppresses itti disapproval oC tho Engineer's action IU discharging P. Broivii fiom, tlio ' aorvieo oE tho Council, and , consider that m doing so ho waa' acluatod by spiteful motives. Tho motion- was lost, urs. GIoosou aud O'Brioti votiug ? ter it, and Ors. M'Qnillon, Boll and I Fnpp against. ;? ?
WEE WAA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
WEE WAA, I Tho first mooting of tho now Com mittoo of tho Woo Waa Hospital was hold on Wednesday, last ond tho fol lowing new officers wero appointed : —President, Mr. Hole ; Vicopresi donts, Messrs. Boll and Anderson; j Hou. Treasurer, Mr. Spencer ; Sec- I rotary, Mr. Brunsdcn. Tho present ! medical and nurfiing staff wor(^ ro- I appointed. * ® '''u iiir. m. t;..i-artou, ot Burren Station, hus resigned his posi tion as a Councillor of the Walgett Shiro, owing to his doparturo- from tho district. Ho has recently sold his Barren propoi-ty, nud iutouds to live in Sydney. Mr. Bartou has.been a good councillor, and will be missed from that body* - , * Jack Brunnor, son of .Mr. and.Mrs. Branaer, of Woo Waa, was bitten by a red-backed spider, and for throo days was very bad, necessitating constant modical attention. . Wo aro pleased to hear ho is;now rccovoring. — Mr. Brunncr is now coufinod to his bed with, a bad back, caused by a sovero wrench to his spino. whilst at work on tho samo da...
PILLIGA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
PILLIGA. A very pretty wedding was colo bruted hero last Tuesday morning by tho Rev. Father O'Hanliu, of Wco Wee, tho contracting parties being Mr. Jatucs J. Wilkins, oldest son of *Mr. George Wilkins, of Oakbournu, Pilliga, and Mibh limily May Kolly, second daughter - of Mr. P. Kolly, of Pilliga. Mr. Goorgo Wilkins/ijuu., acted as best man, and Miss K. Kolly, sister of tho bride, was bridesmnids. Tho brido was dressed iu ivory whito charnicuso Kutin, niaiquisbtto over dress, malines laco, pearl triminiugs, nnd carried h shower bouquot.of lilies . of thu valloy and asparagus fern. The bridesmaid was dressed in whito silk, Irish crochet overdress, with whito hat trimmed with pink lack spurs, lilac and ribbous, and carried a buskct of pink roses and asparagus fern. Tho bridegroom's present to tho brido consisted of a gold watch v aud chaiu, and to tho bridesmaid a gold chain aud cross. Tbo Wedding March was played by Mrs. Cyril Head. After tho coromony tho wodding breakfast was served...
Cablegrams Spy, or Not? LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
Cablegrams. Spy, or Not P d LONDON, Tuesday. - in spito ot the statement in Geriuauy that the arrest of Dr. Sogel, of the German Narol Coustruetion Department, was uot on a cbargo of selling* suotuarhio plans to Britain, but for allogod matrimonial swiu die, German correspondents persist that tho fortnor cbargo is the one ou wbidi tho o&icial was arrested. , Thoy add that ho sold to Uritain plan/| of tho newest types of vessels, also figures ' showing that Gormauy last year silently ' doublod tbe number of her submarines. i
District News. ROWENA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
District News. ROWKNA. Tho woathor koops dry . nud hot, although a chaogo sot in on Thursday last, and thoro waa overy-appoaranco of a fall of rain, but although thero was alight thnndor storms arid wind no rain foil, and to-day is aa hot and dry-as. over. Mr.' J. TVl Coohrano has disposed of his property ,4RoHlyn,' a fow milds from horo, to Mr. Fred'Graco, af Millie, ponding tho transfer, at a satisfactory prico. Tho salo was of footed by 3Icssrs. Crnmsio and McRao, of Narrabri. Tho Rowona Hotol is about to change hands, Mr. Stevo Uotnp3oy boing tho now proprietor, and takos over very shortly. ' Duriug tho month of Jannary 20, 000 sheep and 217 head of cattlo wero tracked from Rowona, and train loads pass through from Col larcnobri daily, tho ' latter being mostly for tho Riverstone iloat Co. A mooting was hold nt tho Rowcna Hotel on Wednesday for the purposo of olccting two trustees to manage tho Rowena bore, whicti was under tho artesiau Waters- Act, but is now undor local manago...
The Balkan Situation. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
The Balkan Situation . ' - LONDON. Tuosdav. The situatiou in tho Balkaus is much It is understood RussU and Austria will uso ovory effort to uphold peace. £ Hakkl Pasha is now in London. It is belioved for tbo purpose of discussing the question of peaco with Sir Edward li^y Tbo heavy Montoncrin losses at' Scutari i caused a pauso in hostilities. ! ?Both .Rownania and Bulgaria askod for ! Russian meditation. ' vbied liulgaria to: meet Roumania half '/urklah soldiers In disguise have enterod tue Bulgarian camp. Dtrvkos stole ijouio important plans, 'after having murdered a sentry and a genoral stall oilioor,' . .