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Removed. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
Removed. i ? Tho ;Rev. Ji. S. North, wlio has beon in charge of tho parishjof ? Weo Wqa for' the past eight y-jars has gone to .Iiimmav.illo. His successor is tho Rev. Wm. Corner,, Curato of GuutTcdah, who will bo iuduuted iuto tho charge on Friday evening next by tho Rev. D. Villiors Roid in his otlicial capacity as Hnral Uean.
NARRABRI—ITS PARKS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
'27ABRABRI — ITS PARKS, ETC. For tlio information of tlio public of. Narrabtf wo pabliaU tho fuct that ?certain , portions of la'nd .wlthtu tho horongh wore j. act ' apart ns public recrcatiou reaorves and parks for tho .use and boncGt.of tho general public. This reservation, of such a wijo aud useful, nature, took placo mauy yeai-s ajj;o. 'J3ut instead of beiug beautified .and' adonied from year to year till they wbald really bo tho pleasure ro wj^ta. for which thoy wore intended, ttoiso; portions ' of land 'have been allowed,' by tho^Viortponsiblo, to fall into.a state of delapidated'desolatiou, ioGuitely worso.tjian wh'eu they were set. -aside ia their' natural state. -Wliy this waittou'desti'uction and do cay should have been permitted thoro is^\io ; earthly i-easou, aud unless something is done by tlio public iu tv .bodjvtbeso parks and resorves will, If lK)Rstblo, becom'o tnoro obliteratod aud desolato than thoy aro at tho present time. Colliim Park, in which is a cricket 'ova...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
InMemorlam. In rad. but lorinp, rucmory ?.;,0f our duar daughter,. Mny MuKcnzIo, , ^s wlio dop4rt«d thU life, December SO, 1911, ftgod 22 years. In memory of a dear ono, A alitor to ua all} . Slto did her duty licru bolotr, . Till at lA4t thoro cuuiu a cull, A'ciU «o awoct from Ono alio lovod On oiiriti'aho often told, , TJie Angela aoftly whispcrod May, -? And thou God took her houie. InMrtod by lior loving father and author, E. and C. Adauis. AVERY — In loting momory of our dear mothor, -niuibeth Avery, who departed thla lifo January 12, 1011. | Wo cannot clasp your hand, d«ar mothor, , Your fooo wo cannot sea ; i But lot this littlo token toll. Wo still remember then, . Insisted by her loving daughter, grand daughter, and grambon, Hannah Jackion, and Utzio and Arthur Nation. - ? AVER.Y.— In loving mouiory of our dear mother, Kliautbeth Avory, who departed v .tiila lifo on .January 12, 1011, j Tho Aoncra we placo upon ydur grave . May withor aud decay ; .Our loaa and |ovo of you, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
NOTICE. We have been com pelled to change our publication days from Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday to Manday, Wednesday & Friday, each day at about 1 o'clock p.m. The cause of this Is that the 'Country .?Prlpters* Award' demands 'that'' '? our hands miist. htjve Saturday, a? tfrelf half? [' holiday, and Vio 'other' day. We intended pub llshing at 4 'p.m. on Saturdays, but con Isldering the ; above facts, we find it impos sible to do so,; and, therefore, have no al ternative but change to Monday, Wednes day and Friday, bur next issue being Mon day, 13th instant. '?
Mr. Deakin to Retire. DEFINITE ANNOUNCEMENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
- Up. Deakln to Retire. ; DEFINITE ANNOUNCEMENT. *-? SYDNEY, Wednesday.. -. ilr. Deakin has resigned tho leader* ship of tho Fodorar opposition. 'r-He has decided to retire into pri* vato lifo. , Mr. Deakin stated that his decision would inVolye a complote retirenlont from public lifo oftor ;tho . coming political campaign was over. Though ho wonld not again contest Ballarat he wonld take part in tho campaign; particularly in regard to tho rofpron* dnm. - His retirement was solely, duo to ill-health. . A 'mooting of tho- Liberal porty will bo immediately called for tho phrposo Of electing a sffccessor. Tho rinmes of'3Ir. J. Cook,' Senator Mil*. Ion,' Sir John Forrost, Mr. Glynn and Mr. Irvine aro freely, mentioned. Senator Millen, in tho conrso of an interview, . said it was unlikely ho would contest a seat for tho Houbo ofiBeprosentatives. t It is generally believed in political circlca that Mr. Deakin will bo. pro^ vtuled -upon to accept a seat on the Inte^*Stato Commission. ? * )...
Telegrams. Sydney Wool Sales. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
Tslegrams. Sydney Wool Sales. - - ' SYDNEY, Wednesday. Winchcombo, ; Carson roport by wire having sold 5400 bales of wool on Wodnosday. Tho ? markofc was strong at tho best rates of tho season, pood merino ? and . orossbrod .wools sold in owners favor. Wo obtained Est. John; J. Poarcc, Adolotig, 14}d; Mrs, A. - Wotton, Arintdalo, Md ; John Bright, Armidalo, 13fd ; T. G. Dawson, Gnyra 13?d; John and Jas. A. Love, Yoss,- IJlId ; Honry WoUb Bundarra,13Jd; Est. K. Finlqy and Syn,' Armidalo, J. nnd P. Dixon, Bendomoer,- Andrew Hutton, Glen ;Inncs, J. B. Parsons, Wollomombi, F.' Schroder, : Walcha, F. E. Manuel, Armidalo, 13d eachi' '?
200,000 TURKS LOST. APPALLING TOTAL OUT OF ACTION. BY BATTLE AND DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
200,000 tURKS LOST. APPALLING 'TOTAL OUT OfJ ? ' - ACTION. ? ? I ' Dy.fiAlTLE 'INli. DISEASE, i I .. Renter's Constatitinopld advtcos to London state that, to mako an acca* rate eatimato of- tho numbers whiclr the Tarks havo lost is vory diihcult, but it seoms safe to say that over 200,000 .have become ineffective: 'as Ottoman soldiers sinco tho begiuniog ot tne. war. ^ Whole divisions in Macedonia lia^oi suTronslerod or. laid down theiv: arm's,' and many thousands have been cap-; tnr^d in battle, while those who have* died , fightiug -or: from choleni prq-I bably: nnmbor from forty to liftyi tllOUSdndi . . - . - :'r- i tThoso who liAfa becomo looffectiv^l from lack -o^ riouriBhmout or care— duo.to.the *fanH' of- the Gtfvemmeiit ofiictala or of^ their -own otilcers-r-are: estimated, according to thcr state-f ment of a- Turkish . staff officer, at- 57,000 men, certainly not- less, pro-: bably mor6. ? ; - fcapuu wiesu ios^es( wnicn woaia: giyu rise tor btaoh fe4$&te~of -oxaspq...
Cricket. NARRABRI V. WEE WAA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 9 January 1913
Cricket. NAltflAUKI V. WFX WAA. Tho abovo toarnA played a match on Collins Park on Saturday list, when tho local lads wou by three wickets and 53 runs. Tho visitors won the toss and olected to bat. The first separation camo.in McDonald's first over, Anderson being caught off tbo third ball by Jimmy Hinds. Tbo two doctors; I)r. Willis and Dr. \onng, thou became. associated* and remained together until tho total had reached (38, wheu O'Neill bowled tho Brstaamcd with 'a good ball. Dr. Young continued to 'lay on tbo wood,' getting to 87 beforo ho foil a victim to a good catch by Lea. Cameron, who, by the way, ts show-, ing splendid form iu the fiold* this season. Tho doctor's contribution included one six and eleven fourers, his^ boundary strokes being very, neatly oxecated. Of the remaining, batemon, Horno (28) and Thompson (20) were tho only two to givo nny trouble, tho inuings closing for 195. ' Ossio ' Morath, tho last bowler tried for Knrrabri, carao out with tho fine average of t...