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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
The Weather. Sploudid rains'have fallen through out tho district and if followed up by as much moro the hearts, of overyouo in tho district, will bo. very joyfnl. Following aro the official reports at tho local post ofllco : — Narrabri 249, CO, Weo Waa 1G4, Pilliga 43, Terry Hio-Hio 201), Bellata 190; Burren Junction 5G, Collareiiobri 25, Walgett liS, Coonamblo ' G5, Bourko 217, Tamworth 93. Wo nro informed that us much as 4 inches was recorded up Eulah Cfeek and iu Baau Baa 'direction. Tho temperatures siuco Friday aro:— Fridoy ? max.. 84, min. 72 ; Saturday max. 85, miu. 7G-, Suuday max. 94, iniu. 70 ; Monday miu. G8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
Olomont's Tonic. TUE NATO HAL REMEDY 1'ORWEAK NEBVES AND FOOB BLOOD. SEND FOB IT AHD SECURE HEALTH. Many of the most serious Nem, Stomtch, Urer, ?od KidaeT diaeaMs »ri»* from Uck of can to keep tho tUimacJi ia good worklos order. Potto&s get into th« blood uoaei by tha etftle matter feraenting la tie natural dimUre cbtaaels. Then we bare the anmtnfc, deb!UUu£ vreek in our cltr atrceta, men and voiaen who a few weeka before appeared equal to itt rears of life. How many penuna la Australia have gt-n* with each moatb, beajiMuf iMvlect, which h»» allied the dUcase which killed ! Antl m it i- the plain -lutr of all men and women to kwii the (Treat now and blood medicine rCLEUEST 8 TOSIC alw47a nt hand. The t«timonr git-en (o it tell their ''ilmTw'nshot BOnth.jn.l II, . duntfnf ?cniintiltrr period* of autumn and winter In K.S.W.. e-onecitllr in the Mr north and inland district*. ?CLEMENT'S TONIC i« thc medicine fi-rU.e jaded fjrjtfci, tho run-down and irriUble ce.ru. ItiJthe ?jrta...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 February 1913
Cricket, (By Jimmy Sqiiaro-leg.) A vory pleasant day's crioket took placo at Tarriaro ou tho 10th intst., between ? Nauduwa aud Tarnarp. TJie'visitors hud uu unpleasnut jour noy. Tho i-oiids wero iu a terrible state owing to tho heavy miu. which fell on Saturday. But tho members of tho visiting team' wcro ovidoutly- bent ou Kport. As the player's aro spread over a largo district it was impossible to postpone the match on sueh a short notice. So ratlior than lot a fow of thoir fellow Bports jourr ney ly Tarriaro, and thoir bo disap pointed by uot haviug u ropresenta- 1 live team, no thoy all took tho busi- . uess well tn hand, whioh resulted iu a good niustor being proseut., Play commoncedat ono o'clock. W. Smith aud James Laird woro tho opposiug captains. Tho former, wou the loss for Tarriaro, aud decided . to have first strike.- Tho home team played o fair game, but owing to tho visitors first-class bowling, -thoy woro dis missed for 85 .Vuns; ' Nandowa then took thoir staud, and m...
THE L.K.G. MILKING MACHINE. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MACHINE IN USE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
THE L-K-G MILKING MACHINE. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MAC HINE IN USE. It 'is ofteu said that tho beat/ poss ible advertisement auy firm cau pos^ sess is a; satistied customer, and we uro in iho bappy position of having many Jiuudrods of customers on our books^who havo bought milking niachmo plauts from' ua, and aro so satisfied with tho work performed by these mrlkiug plants that tho owiitrs vory frequoutly writo us iu apprecia tivo tonns*, aud also very kindly re uommond us to their friends. 'Sevo i*al montliSjago wo supplied Mr.: W. Startou,' Dyer's Crossing, near Kiam back, with an L-K-G Milking Plant, including a 4 h p. horizontal boiler, and this goutloman, writing* us re cently, said: ' I find it a great labor saver, ^iul havo no troublo wliatevor in ' working. Tho cows took to it very kiudly, and lot their milk down tho Bra t timo I used it.' - -.All users of L-K-G Machines should recoiyo equal satisfaction to Mr. Startou, and wo aro always pleased to hear from customors. giving us...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
A GKOCElt'3 1U3COMMENDATION. . , « For tho past 20 yoftra,' says Mr. It ; Hnrrisou.' Grocor, and Catherino 8treofc, Loichliartlt, N.8.W. I liavo boon a sufferer from dmrrhoea and although I havo tried doctors 'proacnptionB have found nothing to rohove mo liko Clmmberlain'B Colic and Diarrhoea Komody. J'jilwaya keop a bottlo for my own my private roaidcnco and at my store, ^olu by all cbeuiiatu and storukeupor. Wantod ovoryono to^ know tllot I money 'ill go (urtlior at Krohn a. Wtaf ? Bocauw tlio prices aro tbo 'Jj Jj' Footwoar lino. ? Oppoalto tho Port Offlco. ? After a twelve months' trial, ..tho Bmrinoer of the Hastings Shiro haa reported the day,.Iabor systom as an absoluto failure. PUBLIO NOTICE Commonwealth §J||| Banh of £lustvalfa Branehasar* ep«D (or th» twwtlon cf QonarMl oanhlns oualnea* thfoujhout Auitntfl* N*w South 8ydai/ »nd C«-b«n». VJotorU-JIflWinif. Qu*«n»l«nd-ltHiUne and TowmrlUe. South Australia-Adelaide. Western Australia— 1'ertb. Taemanla— llobut. And at KfTTl I....
THE LABOR FIGHTING PLATFORM OF 1912. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
THE LABOR FIGHTING l'LAT 1'ORII OK 1912. (To tho Editor.) Sir,— ^Tho whole of tho Labor Con- 1 forenco just endod wan of a vory oxtromo class. Indeed no Labor con feroncoovor in Australia wont ho far in langungo and proposals as did the confereuco of 1013. Spaco would uot pormifc reviow of all its work. bat tho fighting platform it has ad opted must commAnd attention. This consists of bovou planks, namoly ? 1. Constitutional Reform. 2. Effectivo Land Settlement. 3. Nationalisation of Health. 1. Equitablo Industrial Laws. 5. Completo Educational facilitien. G. Stato Iron Industry. 7. Local Government Reform. At this poriod of Labor's lifo one would oxpoct that its platform would bo tho personification of dofinituess aud porspicuily ; instead of whichjt ?s palpably misleading and delusive. Tnko tbo first plauk, Constitutional Reform. Tho purposo ofthisplaok is tho abolition of tho Legislativo. Council. Yot tho conferonco pro vided for its porpotuatiou by dofiniug tho qualification ot ...
Cablegrams. SUFFRAGETTE SENSATION. BOMBS YON MR. LLOYD GEORGE. CHANCELLOR'S BOUSE BADLY DAMAGED. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Cablegrams. SuffragettG Sensation. BOMBS FOH MR. LLOYD GEORGE. CHANCELLOR'S HOUSE BADLY DAMAGED. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. 1LONDONV Wodnosdav. A bomb oxplodod to-day in tho uow house of tho Chauccllor of tho Exchequer (Mr. Lloyd-Georgo) at Walton-on-tho-Hill. Tho house, which was not occupied wfis greatly daniagod. *— Aaocond bomb, unoxploded, was found in another rooiu. Two hairpius woro found ou tuo ?jit* is believed' the perpetrators motored down to tlio villago early this moruing. Tho damage ia estimated at £500. i Mrs. Drummoud the notorious suf fragotto, interviewed on tho latest oxploit, said, ?' I thiuk its grand. Lloyd-Geoi^go will roaliso that-things aro getting Herious. I advocate all militancy short of taking humau life.' Later. LONDON, Thursday, Tho Toa llouso iu Kow Gavdcim woro burnt out and two supposed suf fmgottes havo boon arrested in con nection with tho crimo. Mrs. Piiukhurst has admitted thut womnu snfTragettes aro respouaiblo for tho bomb explosion at Lloyd George'...
Honoring a Sport. SEND-OFF TO MR. BERT BOULTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Honoring a Sport. SEND.OFF TO MB. BEll'I' BODtTON. Last uiglit nt Nail'u Greyhound Hotel, tbo crickotora nml towiwpeoplo QESomblud to tontlor Sir. Bert Haul ton somo alight rocoffuition o£ tlioir high cstoom. Mr. Boulton bus boon iu Narrabri somo 20 months, and hns tnlton an oiithnsiontio interest in inat i ? ? -» tho welfare of tuo [own, whilo in sportinff circlcs— jrickct and football-bo hns dono more than his uharo towards kooping theso two good old games afloat, lor tho past month ho has boen acting as managor of tho Commercial Bank iluriug Mr. ilacdonald's absonco on holidays, and iu this position ho has proved himBolf to bo worthy of tho trust as far as tho bank's clients aro concerned. Mr. S. Faulkner occnptod tbo chair, and thoro wore prosont:— Messrs. Blair, Kavanagh, McLarou, Tomple, Bi-idge. Lovolce, Newman, Fraser, Kdwards, JIalouo, Jewell, Hulbert, Lloyd, Saunders, Stokes, Cooper, Denshire, Walsh, Moyors, Butler, Williams, aud Madgwick, and apologies wero made for Messr...