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Fire at Summer Hill. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Fire at Summer H|!l. ? SYDNEY, Monday. A disastrous tiro occarred at Sam* mor Hill early this morning. Fivo shops owned .by Hodgson, Smith and Co., drapers aud genoral storekeepers, boing completely burnt out. Tho outbreak . occurred iu ,tho grocery department.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Archbishop Kelly Again. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Archbishop Kelly Again. SYDNEY, Monday. Archbishop Kolly in tho courso of a sormon on ~Mt. Kosciusko;, deolared that tho Divorco Court, was nndor mining tho countiy. Ho s!eo said that Australia's Edu cational Policy was unsound. '

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Items of Interest. It ih {irp|-o{{c(I to Cfltnbliali nu elec tric trnui fcrvii:o iu tbo municipalities of KatoombA uud Lourn. Hruoklyu villagu wna ncurly ito slruycd by n bush tiro, last week, several bouses boing iu immincut (tungci-. I Tho ridor of n horso which foil nt tbo Guyra show bad a narrow cucopo from injury. Tho nuimal tvns in jured internally, nud rolled ujtou tlio ridor in its death otru^glos. A lire which broke out in a cheiu* list's ahop nt Ipswich (K-bgla&d), waa put out by too pro^ri^for aprtiyinj; tho contents of two Bipbuna offeoda water upon it. Crown land galea will bo held nt tbo following placen ou tbo 'dated montioned: — Abcrdeeu, February -0; luveroll, Fobiuary -r» ; Uralla, l^b rdary ; aud Wnvialda, 1'obraary '.'(J. Now South Wales leads iu tho listo of maternity allowauccs ^rantod with 17,770, Victoria recordes y, 574 ap plicants. I'edentriauB iu Chicago -u-o being trained to cross tho streots ouly when they bear a policeman's whistle blown to hold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

' 7 PUBLIC NOTICE. ? ? ] Two More Weeks of Bargains ! ! In General Drapery, Boots and Shoes. Watch tho Windows for Knock-out Bargains. H Extra Specials No. l. Lot or Colored Underskirts, Sale rrico 3s 11d. No. . 2. JiOt of Costumes, Sulo Price 4s 11d. No. Lot of White Blouses, Sale Prico 2s 3d. No. 4. Lot of White Robes, Sale I'ricc 12s 6d. No. 5. Lot of Robes (soiled), Sale Price Qs 11d# No. (-. Lot oE White Shirts (soiled), Sale Price 2s 11d. No. 7. Lot of Men's Felt Hats (some Borsalinos), 5s. No. 8. Lot of Boy'S Suits, to clcar nt 3s lid. No. !». Iiut of Men's Summer Trousers, 3s lid. H*tr» f;ood ijimlitv. No. 10. i..it of Fashion Shirts, something special, 2s lid. No. II. Ut of Ladles' Tan Kid Shoes, Gs lid. These are nnly Eleven of the Splendid Clearing Lines. There are hundreds of other Cheap Lots to be ' cleared before Stocktaking. Pile of HOVI.IC'S I'BIXTS, 5s lid. I'ilo of DARK PRINT, lis 110. Pllo of FRKNC1I CA11URICS, lid. Ninons, Voile.*, Ciutlnricrett are nil marked do...

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Effect of the Heresy Hunt. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Effect of the Heresy Hunt. SYDNEY, Monday. Sfr. G. A. Jones, SI.L.A. (Gwydir), doclarcs that tho heresy hunt in quiry will . do tho Labor party much harm at tho approaching oloct\pus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. | Follow the Crowd j'f. TO THE y GftEA-T \ SUMMER SALE ?w, at ? Weale's Cash Store New Wheat! New Wheat! To Wheat Growers If you havo not secured the best Prices iu the pnst, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND GOV,, Marls Lane, Sydney. ?!. Regarding your new crop. Tlu*y firo admittedly tho leading Wheat Sales* nion of tho Stato, with the biguoat local and Shipping connootion. Free Storago and Liberal Advances can bo nriaugod. Stores Darling Island and City. Romembor— Highest Priccn, Lowcat Charge. ? BOWINGS' AUSTRAL SUITS To Mieasure ^£3 3{S. Send for booKs of 100 patterns, easy self-meaaurement form If we have not your measure— all measures once received are registered, and can be referred to at any time— and UUfttrMed i- catalogue containing 120 pages of Men's and Boys' Wea\\ All - . v orders carriage paid: In Australia. 4B6, 488 and 400 George St., and 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 Royal Arcade, Sydney A. Woods* SPEED WELL OYCI.E' i JI0T0B DEPOT, Mulllnud Street, Nui-rnbr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Hon. JOSEPH COOK LEADER FEDERAL LIBERAL . PARTY, Will Address the Electors IK TUK Narrabri Town Hall, ? . on ' ?: Friday, 28th Feb; AT 8 P.M. , j ' 'Alderman ' Splmier will preside. NARRABRI P. A. and H. Association. SALE OF PIUVILLGLb Auctluuoor: ? J. U. WAIjI.Em., ut SHOW OFFICE, a p.ui.,-'J UtbDAl, . ttftli.FEBKUAl&l Nw. 1 PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. ' v No. 2 P.UHLlCiN'S UOO'J'H. No.'- I. llEFRESHMBNT STALL (with, right of.- Luncheon 2 days for Lady Judges and tituwards.) 1 No. a 31EFBE8UMENT WALL. OFFICIAL LUNCUEONti (Guaranty, of 80 ut 2n ttd.) . 8110KB SOCIAL (Gu&raatcfi o! '60 '»t la 'Jd oacli. Society finda Liquors 1&3 Bmokoa.) - ? j. ? , . D. I. UBIDQBj Bocrotary# .

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Telegrams. Drowned in the Harbor. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Telegrams. Drowned in the Harbor. SYDNEY, Monday. A young.marriod womun, namod Bcatrico Durnmett aud - hor 2J year, old daughter, woro drowuod off Crom oruo Point through tho capsizo of a pleasure boat ycetorday. Tho husband was rescued in a vory exhausted condition. - Tho bodies of tho victims woro rccovorcd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

ritaMwaro, Eleotroplato, ^namelwaro, ll?rdwaro and Crockery waro juat landod ?Qd marked dowa to bj^k prices for tho ? XmMiOMW. , UiDg Bros. ..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

| RETURN THANK8. MH. PHIL GETT and illb'S CALLA HAN, wiih to ainwrvly THANK nil kind friends for tbuir kindnasi nud ex* i pnwtions of aympnthy during tlieir nvt-nt I nud beruavetuont. AUo tlio Matron and | Nunes at tho Privato Hospital, und |«r» | tictihrly Mr. Ik*rt Uutilton fur hu many kindnouod in thuir hour of trial. |tortfj=^(ltcst 6onu« MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24tli. 1913.

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Personal. , Sir. W._ Slacdonald, manager ol tho Commercial Bank, roturnod on Saturday, aftor au eujoyablo holiday. Wo wolcomo to our midst Sir. 'D, Hnndmi. wlm nmnni fmrn - cU-it. Africa. Ho has 'purchased tho busi ness carriod on by Mr. Goo. Noal. -whose noino is a' housoliold onq as a Jowollor iu this district. Mr. Condon is a nativo of Port Macquuric, from wlicuco ho wont to Afi-ica,, 10 years ago, wliero ho has had a large oipori ouco in the jewollory business. Wo wish him every, good fortuuo iu his new venturo. , Don't forgot salo of show priva Iedgos at Socioty's oflico to-morrow at 3 p.m.- - ? 1 ?- i, A luU imort of a.West Nanabrl func r tioa uad to bo bold over U1I uoit toiio.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ghastly Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Qhastly Dlacovory. Tho nudo ana mutilatod body ot a womrm was foaitd at Kvertoo (Vic.) on Thursday. Tho hoarf and oooorm woro mia.siup. Tho police aro inves tigittinR tlio caso. Tito Govornmont jmtliologiflt is making no examination of thu ruiaaitm. . Particulars of tho ghastly Ui«co.vci*y are vory.tneagro.

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Obituary. DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIP GETTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Obituary. DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIP OETTS. Ou Saturday morning, about 2.40, Mrs. Phillip Getts, wifo of tho pro prietor of Thurlow's Hotol, passed away at the Privato Hospital. Tho circumstances surrounding Iho casu aro very sad. Somo fow weeks back Mrs. Getts, in company with hor uusband, met witu a driving acci dent, tho result of which was very sorious to Mr. Getts, who snslained a bad break to ono of his legs. Shortly after this Sirs. Getts had to tako to her bed, snfforiug with a heavy cold aud rheumatism. The doctor advised hor to go into tho 'hospital, but she prefered to stay near hor husbaud and children. Shu did not improvo as auticipatod, plourisy and puou ntuuia setting in, aud it was fouud necessary to rcmovo her to tho hos pital ou Friday afternoon, whoro she passed away in hor sloop' at 2.20 a.m. Tho docoascd lady was a comparatively young womau, boiug only 40 years of age, her maideu uauio being Ellou Callahan. Shu was born in Goulburn, and wo* tho She. married Sir. Gott...

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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

? 'Wedding?. On Friday uight nt the t^idutico of her uistor Will Scott, Xatiilu* war-street, Miss K lie Hulb'ert w:is nnited iu tho bonds of holy matrimony lo Sir. Tom Ford. Uov. Mr. Hnuiieiur, llisa C. HuibeVt-^uifee of tho btidu acted as bridesmaid and Mr. Uoit AtutKleo filled the. poaitiou of bent mati. After thu t'creuiony a wedding breakfast \v*n partakeu of by tho gucijtti, aud the nsaal coogratulatiug epcochefl woro made. The happy coupte lencv shortly for TeutorKold where Sir. Ford in going to luuuch out iu picture business. Tho prefieiitts included auumbcr of clieqncs.

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Farmers' Union. MR. POLLACK TAKES COMMAND. A STORMY MEETING. THE WASHING OF DIRTY LINEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Farmers' Union. MR. POLLACK TAKES COM MAND. A STORMY MINTING. THE WASHING OF DIRTY LINEN. A vory stormy mooting of tho Union was held on Friday afternoon, called at the instance of tho Presi dent, to consider tho complicatod position which had arison. Prosl there were also present Messrs. Noblo, Wliolun, Tomllnson, Thomas, Sattlor, A. Brown, Tarrant, A. Goiter Blayney, R. Brown, Thirkottlo, Underwood, Bcalc, Honguot, Rittor, Ward, W. Balfe, F. Smith, R. Smith, Nowcombo, Sccrotary Sattlor aud Auctioneer Pollack, and a couple of nou membors who took a baud iu tho procoodiugs. Tho Prcsidout formally oponod tho meeting, and callod npon tho Socro tary to read tho minutos, nnd then the corrcepondcuce, tbo principal lot tors boing:— From Mr. Pollack, resigning as auctioneer for tho Union, aud stating that ho had handed over his iutorests to Mr. Goo. McNamara, tho roasuu for ......1. ,.r -wtlm, Knin,» tlml 1m could not get his monoy iu. Also ono from Mr. Goo. McNamaru, withdrawing bis appli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Advertising Rates ; 39. First Inoh. 2s. eaoh additional inch. Special Rates for Standing Advertisements.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Our Great Reduction Sale Starts on Saturday, Feb-t 1st, for 28 days only. - All. Goods Going at Cost. Don't Miss this llfloney Saving Chance. The Greatest Opportunity £\r$r offered the Public of Narrabri. ' Tfee CASH STORES, -.ASM. W&0, MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABRI. . ? HOTELS. Mr, g. H. CUNNINGHAM'S imperial 'Hotel, jWest? Narrabri . A Fino Brick, two Storoy Hotel, built on t!io scene of tho lato fin-, np.fo date in overy reaped, well ventilated bedrooms, aud. every comfort FIRST CfiASS_ TABLE, undor the supervision of Hr.S. Cuuingbam MODEIIN BAR, 'with, all the Latest Improvomouts - Nouo :but tho Very Best WINES, - SPIRITS and' BEERS Stookcd Wlti CATEIt for the General Public -,audGnaraulctj'Satiafai?ttou to our ... Patrons. g. Cunningham Proprietor, SSifesfesfesfeofestisfeefeefei^slBiilBiitasfesfeiifeAslB^BefeslBS? efe*1? ^ The Caledonian Hotel. Maltland Street, 4% _ — ? narrabri. ? ? ? . - (Lato of Gurioedab, Murrurundi and Manilla ) ^ BEST ACCOMMODATION fof Country Clien...

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The Liberal Party's Programme. [VIII.] Section 7.—Education. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

J4ib Liberal Parly's Programme. (Contributed Artiolo.) [vniO 'Soction 7.— -Education. I. -(d) lucrcasiug tho facilities aud . improving.tbo . methods of 'education iu St&to, primary, and secondary schools, and at tbo 'CTriivorsity ; (b) Frcoiaocondnry and technical educa tion and tlio oxtehsioh of high schools, nnd branoh— toohnioal colleges into conutry .centres of population. '2. Bettor provision for tho tiaiu* 3. Kxtension of tho opportanitios for tho education of women, and pro* vision for instruction in all branches . of 'domestic economy. ?I. Farther devolopmout of .a sys torn of continuation schools for boys aud girls who have to leavo' school and go to work ; also of trade schools whoro education and tho olomcnts of iudastrlal trades would bo taught. 5. University reform, providing for tho representation of tho Govern ment upon 1^8 Senate, aud abolition of lifo tenure of Senators. G.' Moro effective enforcoinont of tho nttondauco of children at school. 7. Improving t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

Subscription ; IN ADVANOBl ' I £1 per annum. BOOKED I 6s. per quarter, or 24s. per year.

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P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 February 1913

P. and A. Association. A mooting of tho P. and A. was hold on Friday ovening. Present : — Mr. Smith (chair,) and Messrs. Mac* kouzio, Tomliiwon, A. Gott, E. Sat tlor, Blair. Phillips, Dr. Barton, Mc Haflio, Wyatt, Wall, A. Brown, Coatos, and Socrotary Bridgo, and apoligics from Messrs, R. Brown, Dr. Park, A. D. Glonn, and Ripper. ' From Station Master;1 Narrabri, stating it would bo nocessaryio writo to tho SecroUry ot railways rc con* cossion in farc9. Received. From Chief Inspector ot Stock, stating that arrangements could not bo mado to havo' stallious inspected . and cortilicntod at show as tlio prac tices has boon discontinued. Re ceived. From same Rcuding tiuic-tablo Cor tho season 11)115, of purades proposed to bo hold throughout tho Stato, and drawing special, attention that 2 year « old stallions likoly to bo exhibited as 3 year olds boforo uoxt oxamination should also bp submitted. . Received. From A. E. Morriok asking if a 3 . year old stallion will havo to bo cor* tifica...

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