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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

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Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shire and Municipal Wages. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Shlre and Municipal Waffes. The Muuicipal and Shire Workers'. Board sat at tho Couucil Chambers, West Maitland, aud took ovidouco as to tho wages aud working conditions of tho employees. Hay Eckford, secretary of thoWoBtMaitlaud branch of tho Muuicipal and Stiiro Workers, said that the workmen as a, /whole wero dissatisticd with tho present rato of , compeusatiou. Tho rato. of pay bs a day lor oruiuary work, 8s oa as tar boiler, aud lis for carpeuiors. Ho regarded Is a. day oa a fair in crease. Tho majority of thp^uien outsido tho council woro; paid \0s-cv- day. Aid. Hoi\ry Burus, .-Mayor of Siugleton, with throo years' alder* uiauic oxporieuuo, ? expressed tbo .opiuiou that tho elaitp pfewuted, if givou offcct as it stood, would causo stagnation iu .municipal progress by tbo increased cost, it would lead -to fresh taxatiou. His couucil paid ordinary laborers wages of 8s a day, which ho thought a fair recompense asaiuauwitha horso uud cart was paid 11a a day.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To a Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

To a Fly. 'You wily rnuat pontiforoua fly, Tou de'il In ontomoloffy, To wipo you out I d Itko to try— - ? 'lou dovilj Tbo poota oft havoauug of tbco. -.:-: ..,1.- - Ab, yealAnd.oh: So prcttilyJ .v ' . Butyou'ro tfoath to hunianlty — ,v - , Yot dunl! Wo want no poots uow to toll' . How you tho gerins can bring from Hull, v And kill our babica lioro ns woll— - ? *' ' ? ' . \ou duYilt' ?? ? ?*. You prolific incubator; V . . In league with tbo undortuller, /' f ry. . Curae of butcher and of baker—., ; ...^: ? . \ou dovili ? You biggest fmud that over flovr, _ . V- .' - ' Or on a dirty muuHiisip grow. ? ? - It's ?? I aui I.' but you aro yuu— ; . . . You dord! The childron s oyes. and M tummlos.' too.': - ? Suffor mont grierously.from you, ? ? And you nru worst whou you aro bluo— 1 r \cu donl ? Attubloyouarohov'rlngrouhd, ? On juicy joint bo suro you're fouud. At early morn wo hear your sound— ' . You dovtl! - With gauzy angel wings outspread, You flottlo on ' ofir daily bread.' And then ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Story of a Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

8tory of a Marriase. At -the Ccssuook Police Court, Honry Lewis was couimittod for trial pit a chargo of making a wilfully false utatomeut respecting his mar riage. TIiq evidence was that Lewis, a married mau, was liviog with i.n other womnui* - Ue .guvo information to tho local*, registrar that ho was married to tho -vouiau while iu M61 bouruo; but afterwards admitted to tho police that suoh was uot thecaso. When uskeu why he gavo particulars knowing them to bo false, ho said, ' I registered my last two children tho same way, aud they passed all right.1'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Lettho EmlnontVionna Optician Test Your 8ieht.f At tho very first signs of failing or do* fective. vision you shonld havo your eyes attended to without delay. Nature's warn ing comcs in many forms. You may havo to hold your paper further away to road in comfort, or after sewing or othor close work your eyeB may bo tired and sore. Don't delay. Eye troubles takon in time can easily bo corrected. Left too long tlioy will mean increased oxponse, and danger of los* ing your sight. Mr. Uasser, tho ominent Vienna Ophthalmic Optician, will be in this town on tho dato mentioned below, and his . visit offers an exceptional opportunity of having your eyes scientifically and skilfully tested free of chargo, and suitable glass 03 supplied if nocessary. This gentleman haa seoured high crodontials by examination iu tho leading optical institutes of Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and New York. Ho is also a ^ualiflod Master of tho UritiBh Masters Optical Association. Mr. Uasser. makos no chargo for...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Love In Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Love In Oourt. A case presenting unusual features was heard at the South Molbourno Court on Wodnesday. Jounio Mal colm, a young woniau, was proceeded against ou a chargo of being druuk and disorderly. She admitted tho offoucc. A mau named Miller caiuo forward aud told the Benoh ho had just marriod defoudaut, and- pleaded with tho magistrate to lut him take her to Now Zealand aud begin life afreah. Tho magistrate yielded to bis eutrcatics, and lot tho woman go. Miller had just left the court when a police sergeant stated that Miller and the -woman were uot married, tbo story beiug untruo. Millor was thereupon --rearrested, aud charged with contompt of court. He - watt lined Tho caso against tbo woman was ro-opened, and sho was fined £1 and costs. Millor paid both tines, aud the pair loft tho' court to gether. *?... . ?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. ? ____ , 5:'' Two More Weeks of Bargains ! ! In General Drapery, Boots and Shoes. Watch tho Windows for Knock-out Bargains. \ \ Extra Specials No. 1. I.ot of Colored Underskirts, Salo Pri™ 38 11d. No. -. I.ot of Costumes, Snlo I'rico 4s 11d. No. I.ot 'I White Blouses, ^alo 1'rira 2s 3d. No. I. I.ul of White Robes, Snle I'rico 12s 6d. No. ft. Lot of, RobCS (Koilcil), Sulo I'rico 5S 11d. . No. «. Lot of White Shirts («-ileJ), Snlo I'rico 28 11d. No. 7. Lot of Men's Felt Hats (somo liorsaliuos), 5s. No. K. Lot of Boy's Suits, t» clear at 3s Vld. No. I.'i «f Men's Summer Trousers, 3s lid. Extr* good -|unlity. No. 1'. Lot of Fashion Shirts, noinotMug spccial, 2s lid. No. II. Lot of Ladies' Tan Kid Shoes, ^Ss lid. These are nnly Eleven of the Splendid Clearing Lines Thoro are hundreds of other Cheap Lots to bo ^ cleared before Stocktaking. I'ilo of HOVLK'S l'KINTS, r,s lid.' Pile of DARK I'KIXT, is ILL ? Pile of FRKNCH CAMUUICS, Oil. Xiuums Voiles, C'aslimuros nro nil marke...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shires and Garnishee Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Shires and Garnishee Orders. J Can a garnishee ordor bo constitu tionally nerved ou a corporate body liko a Shire Council V That is what Bannockburn Shire Councillors want ed to know last Saturday, when a local tirm issued au order on au em ployee of tho Council. The matter was discussed at longth and ultimately it wait-decided to retain alt abovo £2 par week of tho employees wages and meauwhile to ascertaiu tho legal position from tho Council's solictor.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

' . In Memorlam* DUNCAN.— In fond nod loving meuivry ol roy^dear father. Jauios O. Dnuctu, i who departed . tliU life February [ 1WU. | His cheerful stuilo and fflendly yriiap Aro i-l«M».int to m-all i Ho luu a kindly wurd for vr.cb, And riivd belovc«l by all. Itist'tlwl by his ov.ir loving son iiud iLiii^btvr'iU'taw, Will nnd Ada. ®'ljc |tovtjj=Mest Courier: FRIDAY, FEBRUM 21st, 1913. i ? _ . t

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

PUIiMO NOTICE. ? ? Follow the Crowd ? TO TUB CM&12AT .SUMMER SALE AT Weale's Cash Store New Wheat ! flew Wheat !? To Wheat Growers If you have not aoeured tho best Price: in the past, writo to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY, Marls: Lane, Sydney, Regarding your now crop. Tlicy ere admittedly tlio lending Wheat baits ' mon of tho Stato, with tho biggest local aud Shipping connection. Frci Storago and Liberal Advances can bo nnatigod. Stores Darliug Islaud au- City. Bomorabor — Highest Prices, Lowest Charge*. ? ? ? GOWINGS' AUSTRAL SUITS To Measure Send for books of 100 patterns, easy self-measurement form if we have not your measure — all measures onco received are registered, and can be referred to at any time— and illustrated catalogue containing 120 pages of Men's and Boya' Wear. All orders carriage paid in Australia. ; OOWING BROS. 486, 488 and 490 George St., and 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 Royal Arcade, Sydney A. Woods, SPEEDWELL CYCLE 4 MOTOll DEPOT, nililtland Street. Niirru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Subscription ; IN ADVANCE: £1 per annum. BOOKED : 6s. per quarter, or 249. per year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Advertising Rates : * '33:* First' Inch. 2a. eaoh additional Inoh. Special Rates for Standing Advertisements.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Great Reduction Sale. Starts on Saturday, Feb. : 1st, for 28 days only. A' .Goods Going at Cost.. . Don't Miss this -'Money Saving Chance. Thie Greatest Opportunity ever ^offered the Public of :.Narrabri. fjfimjw &w+n e Jir TBie ca^h store§, M AMMMgg JOM %gL: MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABR1. 1I0TEL3. Mf, S. H. CUNNINGHAM'S Imperial ;Hote-l, *West Narrabri. . A Fino Brick, two Storey Hotel, bnilt on tho sceno of tlio late tireu upto date in erory respect, well ventilated bedrooms, and overy comfort. FIRST CLASS TABLE; nnder tho supervision, of Mr. S. Cnuingham. MODERN BAR, with nil tho Latest Improvements. Nono but the Very Best WINES, SPIRITS 'and BEERS Stocked: Wi# CATLR for the Goncral Public aud Guarantee Satisfaction to our ... PatrouH. ... ?. Cunninglmm Proprietor. efs sji» stasia 6^ sfbi&ets its sis etaS? j| The Caledonian Hotel. Maitland Street, j HARRA B R I — — ? ; J } (Lite of Guooedab, Murrnruadj nod Manilla ) v - BEST ACCOMMODATION for C'ounlrj* Clients and V...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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The Liberal Party's Programme. Section C.—Industrial. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

The Liberal Party's Programme. (Contributed i-ArticIo.) ' \ 'V; [vii-3 Scotion 'G.^-Industrial. 1. Continuation of firm, impartial, and efBciont administration of tlio. laws, so as ;|o provide for;, (a) Pre vention of strikes and ^lockouts; ? and tho 6ottlomonfc ,by_ potvcoful methods of indnstrial disputes; (b) Proven tion of sweating j (o) Sccariucr of a minimum wago for all workors. 2. Land Boilers Inspcotion, Act, 3. Amendtnoni of tho Factories Acts; including powers for: (a) Im proved methods in sanitation, protec tion from firo, and. inspection ?, (b) Limitation ? of hoars of work by Asiatics; (c) Regulation of night labor by females. - 4. Rognlatiou by statato of the znattor of indentnrod apprentices in all trades. ? 5. Legislation to deal with com bines and monopolies that aro in jnrions to trade and industry or the general public, and the maintenance of tho existing law' contained in tho Industrial Disputes Act, 1900. G Maintenance of tho existing policy of tho Liberal Part...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Ofomcnt's Tonic. TUENAIUBi^^WWlJAKSEIiVKS ? SiJND FUB IT ANU tJECUBB HEALTH. 'Marir o! tlio 'moat wSmt. atomach, Uver, tad Kldoerdlseuec Ariro-from lack of can iotpep tie stomach to «Dud working onler. Polwnj get iota Ui« blood c&tued by the eueto matter feraentiDg lDUienstur«idi«MUve,th*nnfU. Thea wehncUtB tawmie, deblliwi.'J vnck In our city atrwU, aeo pfiSZA: hav# Ruon with ww'i month, becauw of nwlect, wtiicb bwuiJeJ thiidl»ta«tf wbicb killed t Anilfo it ia tht plain, duty oMll tueti und women to keep Uio mat nerve and blood medicine -CLKMKNT'B TON IC atvar* at hand. Tbe teaUmoojr gircn to it tell their own story. Dttripjf tha bot summer month' -nd tho changing leminiultry periodji of autumn and winter in N.8, W., cipcrfallr in tbe far noith and inland dUtricU CtKMKkrs TONIC is tbe medicine fortheiadS antem, the run-down and irriUbta ncivea. It la the ?ymbot of «jBtemIo utrengUi, It eorreeU tbeitomaeh. purities thu blood. kUengthena tbo nerves and heart and lenatbens lif...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Forests of the Bellingen River. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

The Forests of the Belllngen River. I Tho Dapartmont of Forostry .to | Now South Walos is now undor- 1 taking a vory important part of its work in gathering and dissominn-' ting in tho form of ForostBiijfptioS somo useful information 'concern ing tho dwindling forest resources of tho Stato. As in tho- faking) ovor of a busmoss, so in forestry tho first, essential step ..towards proper managoment is, stocktak ing. Xo its fifth bullolin just pub lished, Mr H. F. Stynin, Dis Uict ForroBtor'in obafgo of the North WoBtorn Forostry District deals comprehensively with tho forestal growths of tho Belliogcn River, which is ono of tho chief timber producing districts in tho Stato Not iho lonst important achi°vomunt of thin work is tho compilation of n list of tbo forost specios occurring in tho district, togothor with comments oo thoir occnrronce, ecology, aud valuos. Originally tho Bellingor River watorshed was entirely forestod. Kxploitation dates back somo sixty years, whoa somewhoro about...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Increased Prize Money. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Increased Prize Money. SYDNEY, Friday. Tbe A.J.C. Committee has decided | to increase tbo prize money of all luiuor events iu counoctiou with raco meetings by £7500.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Two Extremes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Tho Two Extremes. Whilst away ou his holidays, Mr. Broadfoot was operated ou a private hospital. By a peculiar coiucideuee, the niau who had occupied tho opera ting tablo before him was named Broadhead. Tho olHciatiug surgeou got tho two extremities, so to, sgeak. — Moreo VNcwo.' ? ?**-„'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Cycling Record. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

A Cycling Record. MELBOURNE, Friday. Erio Tyler, a-motor cyclist, accom plished tho journey from Sydnoy to Melbourne in 24 hours 40 minntos, beating all previous records.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Attacked by a Bull. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913

Attacked by a Bull; J A young man named Lehlio Greg ory, of Boualbo, North Coa«ti and sou of Mr. A. H. Gregory, f^vell known Casino resident, had an incit ing expcrienco on Tuesday last.- In company with his father aud another 'untluinau from LUmovo, ho was on a visit to tho Sttalhedeu Estate, whore ho was savagely attacked by a bull. The' animal knocked him dowu aud broke one of his arms, aud had it not beon for the promptitude aud pres ence of tuiud of his father, ho would probably have been killed.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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