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The Disabilities of Stock Owners. NEED FOR REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

The Disabilities of Stock Owners. XKKD FOii ItEKORM. Mr. Thomas Underwood, of Wire Lagoon, Weo Waa, gives us tho fol lowing particulars of his lust trip per train with stock, llo eays it was by no menus an exceptional ouo as regards tho cirvuiuataucea, but rather belter than usual. Oac. readers can thereby judge thu pleasures of those who travel per railway with their stock, and the kiudly (?) system which prevails as fat* as the stock is concerned. Wo should suggest that tho Commissioners try a trip like tho following, nud then go back to tho luxurious oflico and promulgate a more humane system by accelerating stock trains, and giving thoso in charge ol stock more comfort than they at present enjoy. Mr. Underwood says:— I was advised that tho stock train ou the 21st ult. would leave early that tuorning, nnd I accordingly yarded luy stock at 7 p.m. tho pre vious evening. I had two trucks of cattle and ono of sheep. Instead of getting away early wo did not leave Wee Waa until 11.15 n...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Narrabri Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Narrabri Municipal Council. Owing to a political addrens by Mr. Wobator, M.H.R., in tho Town Hall iMtntghi, tho ordinary business of Iho Narrabri Municipal Council was adjourned until to-night. The only bnsiness dealt with wa.n that of ten ders and applications for tho position of eauitary man.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Items of Interest, At tho Armidalo races, tho joekoy,' M. Ridloy, was suspended for six months for. caroless aud dangerous riding iu Uio City Handicap. They must bo a vory tomporatc lot. at Quiriudi, as thoro ? was no' bid for1 Mm two publicaus* booths for tho. Quiriudi J.C. mooting whou they wero submitted to auction. About two huudred Sydnoy tiniut ployed, ofler hooting vigorously .out side tho Premier's offico hist week,; marohod along George-street and .at tempted to block the. trams, but ft posso of policemon soon arrived on the scono and scattered tho conatruo* tfooiffts. ? » .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Lottho EmlnentVlonnaOpttcian Tost Your Sight. At the rery first signs of faiUag ord-j- foctiTO vision you should have your oyes attondod to without delay. Nature'* warn ing cotaos in many foruia. You may havo to hold your paper further away to read in comfort, or after sowing or other close work your eyes way bo tired nnd sore. Don't delay. Eyu troubles tokon in tiiuo can easily bo corrected. Left too loan tlioy will moan increased expenso, and dauber of los ing your sight. Mr. llassor, tbo eminent - ioona Ophthalmic Optician, will bo in this town on tbo dato uiontioned below, and his visit offers an excuptioual opportunity of having your eyes scientifically and ukiUully teatod freo of clmrgo, and suitable glasses supplied if necessary. This gentleman has secured high credentials by examination in tbo Icadiug optical institutes of Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and New York, lie is also u qualified Master o the British ?Masters Optical Association. *AIr. lUsaer. makes no chargo for...

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Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Offlclal. Mr. Will Webster, M.1I.U., forwards us tho following o/licijiJ in* formatiou rooeivod by him from tho Department of Homo Affairs : — Sir, With reforonce to your lotter of tho 15tli instant, which was forwarded by you to the Deputy Portinustcr General, and rocoived by mo to-day, I have to inform you that tho ton dors called by tho Stato Public Worics Department for Narrabri i Post Oflico additions wore considered ' UDsatisfaotcry, and it has been deci ded that frosh tendors be called at once. I hopo to bo ablo to inform you of tho result immediately tho tenders aro reooived. You will bo sure to got what you want in tbo Footwear lino ot Kroha's, whero tlio good boots are, opposite Post OfQoe.* .

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Land Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Land Mattors* Homestead farm area, No. 14$, county White, parishes Milnor, Yor mau and Tarratrau, Land Dwtrijrof Narrabri. Available ou aud after t2-Ith March, 1913, 29 farms, ouo of ueres, cuo rotuatnucr tram b)ii to 1261 acres. Deposit of lmlf-ycar's rent and oue-tonth of Burvoy fee in quired. — fc'orfoited Condiiional I'ur choKo Lease, parish Uohenu, county White, Land District of Narrabri. Effective 30 days from llltli l'eb., 1913, c.p.l. 09*25, applicaut J. W. Woonton ; o.p.l. 10-12, applicant J. H. Whtloy; c.p.l. 1 1-8, applicaut M. A. West. 1

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Hon. Joseph Cook. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Hon. Joseph Oook. It is proposed to nccord a civic wclcome to tho Hon. Joseph Cook, leader of tlio federal Opposition, upon his visit to Narrabri on Friday noxt. Tho aldorinou will meet him nt thu railway station, and subse quently drive him to tho Town llall. when tho Mayor will wolcomo him ! on bohalf of tho citizons.

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A Nasty Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

A Nasty Accidont. On Monday afternoon, Mr. & Suttler, of'Dcop Creek; met with a very plaiuful accident. It appears that- ho was breaking in a youug horse which ho had in a stookudn. The amiuul bumped tbo fonco very heavily and smashed out a mil, which struck him with much force ; across tho jaw aud rendered htm unconsci ous. It was thought at first his jaw had been fractured, but such is not tlie case wo aro pleasod to slate, though Mr. Sattler is suffering very considerably as tho yesult of tlio ac oldont.' Wo wish . him a speedy re covery. . Wantod evoryono to know tliat your monoy will go f urthor at Krohn'a. Why P Bocauso tho pricos aro tho lowest in tbo rootweor lino. , Opposite tbo Po«t Office.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING ,, About twolvo mouths ago.' writes Mrs B. Noill, Patton-Bt., South Broken Bill. N.S.W. , 'I got nasty pains across U17 stomucli and clicst which gavo utu u heavy, dcpreiseil feeling. After Ubing various rumediva without success 1 tried Cluituber Liin's-Tiibluts, tho first do*o of which did uto so much good and gavo such relief that I pcrsovored with tlicui and uow oujoy good health.' Sold by all chomistsvand storo* keopers. ?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Fitzroy Burglary Murder. "BUSH" THOMPSON ACQUITTED. "AGE" FINED FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Fitzroy Burglary Murder! ' BUSH THOMPSON AC QUITTED. ' V 'AGE' FINEU FOtt CONTEUKT' ; Ut L-UURt. Tlio trial of ''Bush '.Thompsou uii a chargo of murdering-^Albwt Trot» tor at 1'itzroy was concluded nt ilel bouruo_ntThumlay., ? -; After four hdurs' rotircmout tho iurv rutiirnnil n verdict nf ncrmittnl.''.' A huge crowd outsido tho court cheered loudly, nnd oscortcd Utonip son down tho street still, ciioering. ? ~ The Gliief Jus'tico on Friday lined tho editor of the Melbourne 'Ago.' £10, aud '.tho publiBhor £1 for pub' lisbing a 'paragraph regarding tlio. fingerprints \ tt comicction with Uio trial of Thompsou. His Hunor found that auother par agraph .rolatiug. to 'befogged jury mon ' was not contempt of court.

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An Interesting Discovery. ABORIGINAL BOOMERANG 50 FEET UNDER BASALT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

An Interesting Discovery. ABORtOINAL BOOMK11ANG 50 FEET UXDEIt BASALT. I A discovery that, will doubtless provo of eciciititic interest and value in roportod to tho ' In'vcroll Argue,' on Thursday, by n currospondent from Emmayille'. An engineer named llnrris who was working in a deep lead of IGOft. nud camo on a black fellow's boomer* nog in a tin wash. Iho weapon was was completely covorod with tin, bnt after scraping thu incrustations off, tho boomerang wns found to bo in absolutely perfect order. Tho mnrks of u stono hatchot used iu making tho weapon was plainly visible. Fifty feet of basalt overlie tho spot whero tho discovery was mado. How long thu weapon has lain their Is a quostion only for geologists to decide.* Tho discovery seems to point to the fact of tho great nntiquity of tbo Aboriginal race. r Pieces of timber of a peculiar graiii yrore also fonnd*in the wash. ? Tho ^irabor splits up ns smoothly as if planod, nnd is us sound .as the da£ it was deposited. No timber co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

JMt Undod, a Unto ,oon»lgnmen t oj ladles' and Gentlemen's Boots and 8b°ea {ft to Xml «.»: A spocial diBooant of l0iwrcent.oHu,tt» priwi. Blng Urw- ^

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Small Debts Court. Boforo tho P.M. Hing Bios., pio- , cceded against Mr. and Mrs. A. li - , win for sum of £34 lis 4d, goods , sold. , ? i-rf 1 Vr„ Mr. Wilson. ior piumiiu -»«? | Potta for defendants. Tbo plaintiff ondcavored to provo that Mrs. Irwiu (whoso husband had filod his schedule, and who with hoi husband, 1»«1 signed nu. ngvecmont mvinc Hint; Bros, poaseaswn of tboir farnitaro ftud also P.N, covoriug tho indobtness) was l'uiiiiiiif? a bonnl inK Iiqubo infloponilont- of how liua band. This thoy failod to do, and a verdict was givou, for ',0 dofcndaiit without costs, which woro applied ! Tho P M- romarked that defendants I had received £SQ worth of goods which had kopt. tho hoarding homo go'iff. . -- ' ' ? ?

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Police Gourt. On Tuesday morning boforo Mr. A. O. Butler, P.M., John Gardner was cbatgcd with failing to comply with a maintenance order. IIo pleaded guilty and stated that ho had boon out of work aud that ho had beou married 12 months. His wifo was 18 years of age. Ho was remanded to Kurri Kurri whero tbo offenco was committed. Bail allowed self £20 and ono snroty at £20, or two at £10. John Lloyd was charged with al lowing cows to stray, aud was fined 10s with Gs costs, or threo days. John Thorn was similarly charged. Tho Inspector said ho had warned I defendant. Somo peoplo think tho I Council ought to provide a paddock I for Ihoir cows. I Thu P.M.: And also pvovide bran and pollard. Tho streets had .been very, free from straying stock lately,, that' is tho reason why ho was in flicting light fines. After to-daj* tho liues' will go up. Fined 10s, costs Gs. . . John Coglcy was charged with al lowing cow to stray. . ' Tho Inspector stated that tlio cow was impounded and if ho had r...

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Right to Kill Rival. AUTHORESS' ACQUITTAL [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Right to Kill Rival. AUTHORESS' ACQUITTAL - A wifo'a trugie «tru^ffio to regain tlio love of licr Itusbaml was nnrrnted in tlio Seine A.ssizo Court, Pnrih, wlion Muto. Kaoliol Bloch, nu nuthoross of some note, was clinvgud with tliu murder uf tlio woman who lind nsuc* nnd lier nlnco in her husband's nfTi'c tion. Unknown to his wife, -1. Ctantou Bloch, a cotnnieroial tnvvellcr, had maintained n second CHtablishmont for nearly four yearn, tho other woman being a Jlr.s, Mitinio Bridge* man, nn Amorican, aged -10. When nt last tlio husband had to ndmit infidelity, JImo. Bloch called on her rival, uud pleaded passionately with licr to givo her hack her husband. Tho woman refused, and lior liufi* band continued ltis relations with Mrs. Ilridgomnn. Ou thrco soparatc occasion* the wife'.s appeal to her rival were only met with tnunU nud langtiter. At length, maddened by lior rivaFa gibes, 3Imo. Bloch puljed ont n revolver nud Hhot Sirs. Bridge niiin dead. Jluto. Bloch's defenco was that nli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

You should boar in mind Tb.it by using the commercial cucnlytcs oils which now Is bought up at lid per ll-. weighed jnd bottled, and on account of the large jno fit pmbed, you ire txposiitR youisclf to ull tbe dangets'ln which tlic u»e of turpentine will cs pose you ; miration of kidneys intestinal tract and nucous membranes. ' Uv tniistinc on I he GENUINE SANDEK KUOl.AYITl EXTRACT you uut only avoid these pitfalls, but you bave a stimulating Siifeaud' cfleclivc iiicdkathent, the tcsull ot a special and caic- ful manufactuic. A niil will at once con '\incc. Quality in small dose distinguishes ? it from the tiulkyand daneeroiH ]-rnductM. Remember SA^^DliTt^), EXTRACT cm bodies the result of 50 jvati' cxpe,ience and special study. niiiJ It does what is prondicd.; it beats and cures without injuring the con ?lilution, as the oils on llie market futiucntly 'Ihcrefoie. protect jmirVcirby rej tunc oil other brands. SANDER S EXTRACT, possesses cn'atlvc p'ltvers peculiarly »?» imn and can b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

PUBLIC NOTIOK. «K. 8. .1. ItASSCK ™0.,yjcf!j5iO£o *' ' Ci.Ull UOUSE UOTJ'.Ii. NAlinABIlI, on I Visit IW[r* ®aSscr» And Havo Tonr EyoB ToBted 1 ? Oi. ' r\^ '-^0°:— I sightat times become® blurred, et il g rour finbt troubha you io any way. you should tako adfantago of my offer to D fborouablv and Bcicntificillv t^at YdurEycs. Absolutely Ficc. tach tyo will | b°° x.minoa acpnrately with tho aid of tbo »cry latest and moat Impro.ed in- H ntrnmenia, including tbo Coroca Ophthalmiacopo,. tbo Aral in Australia, and B glomes will not bo recommooded unless thoy aro poiiuvoly ncccsaary. g ? Children's Byes aro aUo treated, nnd io every imtanco my charges aro tery 1 reasonable. ? Sly torlific^tps aro tho highest in Australia, aocurcd in tho Brat Optical lostl- I tiitrn. and ob'nln'd by examination with degress from Vionoa, Bsrun, Dros H den, London, and New York. ' ? I employ no Agent*, and conduct my buaincsi personally. Do not forget to I ▼isit mo duriag mystoy in your town - I S. A- Basser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. ? ' Follow the Crowd , TO THE GREAT ' SUMMER SALE. AT Weale's Cash Store New Wheat! New Wheat! To Wheat Growers If you have not sccured the best Prices in tlie past, write to LINDLEY WALKER ANH COY., AlarK Lane, Sydney, Kognrdiuj; your new crop. Thry aro admittedly tlio liiadiuc Wheat Sales mou of tlio State, with the bigtfcsl local ami Miippiug connection. rrcu Storage and Libcinl Advanco-i wn bo annnged. Stores Darling Island and City.' Bomemlor— Iligbc.tt Friers, Lowest Charge*. ? _ 'UNBEATEN!' G0WIN6S' AUSTRAL SUITS To Measure £3 3s. Send for booKs oi 100 patterns, eoay aelf-raeosuremant form If we havo not your measure— all measures once received aro registered, and con be referred to at any time— and Illustrated catalogue containing 120 pages of Men's and Boys' Wear. All orders carriage paid In Australia. GOWING BROS. 486, 488 and 490 George St., and 3, 5, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15 and 17 Royal Arcade, Sydney ? A.Woods, Etegj SriiEDWELL CYCLE £ MOTOR DEPOT, Mitlilunil St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

GUsswaro, Electroplate, L'namolwaro .Hardware and Crockery waroj just landod and markod down to bedrock prloes for tho XtnaB season. Hing Broal* ? Kill Your Rabbits . -You jcllOOpercenl.clSUKK. . . ? . deaths lion 'BOSKER .RABBIT POISON You t»t belt rtiulUfiom'thli »pl«odW nbWt bait. ! lis flArouMtmpts-.il Wlli.rapidtjr, 'liOSKER' bu^byleadiMrtfep.bt.wUri, 'tad mtifiedu by Oslfetv fti Gc4d»Uiroujh U&rt ft Co., Stations. Writs for free book ami pmlcuUn. j ELLIOTT BRQ&, Ltd., SYDHET rDDMC NOTICE. ? Hon. JOSEPH COOK I,i:aDKR FKDEKAti LIBERAIj PARTY, Will Address the Electors in Tin: Narrabri Town Hall, . OS Friday, 28th Feb. AT 8 P.SI. Alderman Spencer will preside. - Narrabri P., A. 61 H. Association. Furthor Late Spocialo. I a. Bost Blood Stallion, und«ir li years. XI la bySoclot). 20a. Pony Tamleni. 14 hands or under. Prizo £3 Us, donatod by Messrs. J. E. Blacknoy, S. Adnum, J. Turner, T. Dun phy, T. E. Coatci, A. J. Amodoo, H. Holmes, A. T. Mathews, os cadi.' 2-7{ U...

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BELLATA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

BJGLLATA. The district was visited by a splen did eerios.of storms cn Saturday even ing, and 183 points, were recordod locally. Tho rainfall was patchy, covering only a small area. The keavicstjfalls was at Myraviilo, 190 points, and tho' lowest at '.Boggy Crook, 45 points. So far . the rainfall for tho j'ear is 285- points. Another shower oc two would bo extreme? ?aluable. ? Mr. W. Millor -report* haviug struck a good flow of sub-artesian wotor ou his proporty, near the town, at a deptli of 200ft Tho property had been previously tested by various experts with tho divining rod aud doclarcd to . bo waterless, so it iB ovidont that the tnagio rod is'not in fallible. Mr. W. Webster, 'M.H.U.,addrossod a well-attoiidod mooting ou Wednes day night. Our cricketors aro to meet tho Gurloyites at tho end of tho wcok. A chess club in connection wit!f tho School of Arts, is in process of for mation. \ Through the enorgy and institution, thero aro already half a | dozen very fair players' iu tho...

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