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Death or Glory. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Death or Glory. Is tho titjo of tho Star Picture^ that Fitzgerald will show oa Satxmlay night, *22od inst. It will.- vividly pourtray ono of tho many i*oraarkablo incidents connoctod with tho- lifo of Nnpoloon Honoparte, and in fa,U of excitement and thrill from tho bpgiu* ning to cud. Do uot miss this boauti fnl tiliti. Unhides this star picture thcro will bo a real good progtaimmo of topical and humorous iloniv and vocal holectiotiH. FiU*a tu;mbrrow night I
The Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
The Unemployed* A fow davn ngo it was stated that upwards of' 2,000 men wero unem ployed iu Melbourne. 1,000 of them boing immigrants of lato arrival. ?' If,' said Mr. O'Malloy, Miuistor for Homo AHintrs, ' tho statements of tho toen who said thoy ropresoutcd 2,000 tininiployed inMolbounie, wero true, then it id an oatrago on ttfbdcru Christmuity for tho liovernment to | have brought them out here, it ik i political cantiibaliHtu.' 4
Alleged Horse Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Atleeed Hoi^e.8toalfnff» Jaiiic.H Joseph NNckkir, a cnrrior waa chtirgcd at the SIcireo police court on ilotidny with stealing a bay, colt, an branded aud valued at £25, tho pio perty of Karumoli, anothor carrier, at Wallon Creek, near Gatah, be tween Dccombor 5th and 15th. Mr. ZIotkowski appeared for tho prosecu tion, nnd Mr. McDonald (Narrabri) for uccuucd. Tho ovidoucc of Con stablo Bloww (Natrabrt) went to show that, following a complaint to him by Karemeli, ho wout 'to the residence of accused * at Uullawa Creek, near Nutnibri, nnd there saw an unbraudod colt in tho shed. Ac cused said it had boon bred by him, but Karemeli idontitiod tho auitnal as tho on* hu had lost. Both Karomeli, Aud a hawker named Gnlabmilbv, positively identified tho colt as the auimal brod by Knronioli. Sorgcaut Hobiuson and C'onstablo Pyuo gavo ovidouco to tho effect that accused re ported to thoui haviug lost a colt in Novoiuber last. Aftor further ovi dcnco had beou heard, accused was committed for tr...
Painless Cattle Killing. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Painless Oattlo Killing. | Tests lin'vo been made ut Islington cattle nmvket with a now ttirgun for tho painless ulaughtering of cattle. A ptizo of £lOd. Iias ben oITorcd by the Council of Juutiuu to AnimuU for | tho best killiug iuBtruinout. ' Mr. I Hanson's airgun weighs about tilb j The barrel U placod aguiust the head i of tho animal, a trigger is pulled, aud a bolt is shot with lightning*like rapidity into the brain, and by an iu genions device, is drawu equally rapidly back into tbo barrel. Tbe death of tbo auimal is immediate.
Military. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Military. uiptaiu .Uordou aska au to publish tho dutes of drills' for senior cadets of K ' , Company February '20, 2 p.m., Voluutary Whole Day ; ilarch IU, *2 p.m., '.Compulsory. Whole Day ; Murch 2G, -.'}Q p.m., Compulsory Half-day,; March 26, 7.30 p.m., Com pulsory Night. Wo are. also re quested 'to draw attention of 'those who attain tho ago of I t during 1U1U must regiBtor.duriug 'tho tiiontlia of | | January uud Yobruary, irrespective t of where they live. While all must | register, only thoso who resido within i a reasonable distance of tbo training circle are compellod to attend drill. 'Likewise all thoso who liavb failed to roister up to tlio age of 14, 15, 10, 17, ,18 or ID years o£ ago, iu ly 13, must do so to avoid prosodution. The militia infantry, which iucludes thoso who' attain tho ago of 1,8 years, go into camp at 'West Maitinnd ou the 21st March to 28th March inclusive. Iho cadets will ontrain a^ Narrabri ou tho 20th. Tbo Light Horse will goiutocaiup ou tho 1-lth -V...
Wool Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
Wool Markot Report, No sales havo beou hold this weok in Syduoy, but information from JTel bouruo,. whero somo thousands of bales -vero jubmitted, shows'that the same satisfactory state of affairs wiis iu evidence tbero as ruled at the last series here iu Sydney, and pricen are quoted five pur ceut better us com pared with tho January sales hold iu tho Southern capital. This brings the level of values up to those of Brisbane and . Sydney, so that taken all round tbe market ..van be quoted as very satisfactory indeed. Com petition ia strong hero fot' any wools offering, but tho supply at this time of the year is, of course, uot too plen tiful. ..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 21 February 1913
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