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The Federal Campaign. MR. WEBSTER STARTS THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

The Federal Campaign. :'liB..WKBSTI2R STARTS- THE HALL. Last night in tho Tnwn Halt a fair uumbor of electors assomblcd to honr Mr. Wobater, M.H.R., giro nu account of his stewnnlship. Mayor Spencer * occupied tho chair and briefly intro duced tho speaker. air. vvoosior, on rising, waagrcoiuu - with applause, said it afforded him much ploasuro to speak to 'them to* night. It was tho duty of* ovory member- to appear beforo thoso who returned him and inform them as to what ho had been doing for tho past thrco yoars. Ho took it that tho obligation was thrco»fo!d. Tho mnn who represented thorn iu tho Fcdoral Parliament should bo able to say he had'been truo to his party and policy, j that ho bad been truo to Australia, I and that he had boou faithful to his electorate. Ho went on to refer to his action in connoctiou with tho pos* tal commission. Ho had boou anxious at last oleotion to bo returned so ns to comploto his labors in that direction. Thoy did so. Tho result of tho ou ijuiry ha...

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

Clomont's Tonic. THE NATURAL REMEDY FOB WEAK HLBV£8 ANDTOOB DLOOD. SEND FOB IT AKD SECURE HEALTH. M*nr of the moat Krions Km#. Btoaueli, Urcr, and Kidney diseases »ri» from Uek of ran to ke«p ' tbe itotucb In good wotkloj: order. Pol»on» get ioto Itae blood utility tfje eflete matter fenaentipg |q the natural digertlrc cb&norlJ. . Then we have tbe Enmmie, debilitated wreck la our city itreel*, oro tnd women who ? f«w weeka before appeared e-ju«l toSO J-earaofli/f. How manjr pewotu in Aoatnlla hate iron® with ench month, because of neglect. which ha* aided the dUeue which killed ! Aou so it is the plain duty of all men and women to keep the mat nerre and blood medicine -CLK11ENT8 TONIC— llwiT* at band. The teatlmonj given to It Ull th«U ° ^udoj'the hot tummcr monthiund Ihecbanginff a«nl-«ultiT periodi of autumn end winter in NJUV.. C^UE^T3 TONIC Uthe medicine for tbe j»dei ?▼?tein, the ron-down and irriuble nerve. It u tbe ?vmbol of apteaic ?trenjlb. ItcorrecUtheitomach, puri...

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Cablegrams. Servia's War Indemnity. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Cablegrams. Servians War Indemnity. LONDON, Tuesday. Horvta is claiming au indemnity of I -CIS. 000,000 sterling.

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Railway Runaway. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Railway Runaway. - ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Nino 'trucks heavily, ladon with coal broke away from an engine on an incline at Adelaide, and travelledabout 30-iuilcs an hour, thoy eventually collided with several engines, throo boing badly datnaged.'Thoro was uo injury to lifo.

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Cricket. NARRABRI WEST v. BULLAWA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

-Cricket. NARRABRI AV^ST v. BULLAWA Played at West Narrabri on Satur day. Rosult being an -easy. win for the local club by an innings and 44 runs. Scores. ? BULLAWA.— First Innings. J. Wall, b Bridge ... ... . 7 J. lllingsworth, b Bates * 0 L. Illingdworth, K. Bates ! 0 J. Hinds, b E. Bates 2 . P. O'Hara, b Bridge ... ... u N. Illingsworth, b Bridge ' J1- . W. ltvan, nut out ? ... ' ... ... 1 W. Tuorsby, b K. Batet ... .... tl 0. Dries, b E. Bates ?? U Total....' - ? ? m NAUUtBKl WEST. — Flint luuings. G. Hodgor, b li. Illingdivorth . o , J. Kavanagh, b Wall a . b. Alliband, c sub., b Wall . ? ... 17 * J. McUeo, l.b.w., b Wall ... I H. Syiaoutls, b Wall . ... I P. Donuelly, b Hinds ... ' ... y . I W. Bates, o O'Hara, rb Hinds ' 0 E. Batos, c Wall, b Hiuds . ... 2 A. McColo, b Hinds 21'- A, Bridge, hot out'...' V-; ' :ib » bundriesr - 33 ? Total... ' ... ; . BULLAWA.— Second loningi; ...Illingswortb, c «ub., b E. Bafts 0 » ? Ryan, not'ouf .„?? ? 7. ' wHl^'b Donuolly 0 °Aeaa' h Donnel...

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Women Sufferagettes. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

Women Sufferagettes. LONDON, Tuesday. While addressing a mooting in Loudon, Mr. John Barns had several womon suffra gottos ejected. Uo said ho was dotiiriuinod to break dowu this tyranny of blackguard JIOOOO DAMAGE. ' Tho damage to proporty by suffragists last week amounted to £0000. SIGNAL WIRES CUT. Tho signal wires were cut on the Great Western Bailway lino, near Newport.

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

BAAN BAA. .' A special mooting of tho Baau Baa Farmers and Setttcrs* branch was hold ou Saturday afternoon. Tho at* i tonduueo was not largo. Tho Presi- 1 dent (Mr. G. White) was in tho chair. ! Tho minutcM af thn /iLsfc maattnrr wnro I read aud confirmed. A largo vol* utno of corrcspondonco was dealt j with. An effort has been put for- : ward for a considerable timo to securo the stopping of the -North-western inail at IJaau Don, to enable passen gers boyond Narrabri to travel thero* by. Several letters has been rocoivcd from tlio railway dopartuicut rofusiug to grant tho request. A furthor matter dealing with tho post officc was dealt with, and it was decided to ask for a silent cabiuot and for connections to bo mado with tho Narrabri exchange. . ine report nud bnlauco sheet in connection with tho recent sports, mooting were presented. Tho bal- 1 anco shoot showed a,ycry satisfactory j crcdit. After discussion tbo report ! nnd balance sheet woro adopted. Sovoral now niombers wero ...

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District News. ROWENA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 26 February 1913

District News. ROWENA. 48 noiuts of rain foil boro on Fri day night. It is to bo hoped this will break up tho long spell of dry weather, as stockowners aro ulroady losing a largo nnmbcr of nhoop for want of feed. Tho country around horo is in a very dry stato. - Anothor instance showing tho ncc cessity of a resident polico constable hero occurred on Thursday last. A nnmbor of shearers came into tho township and after gottuig drunk started fighting, nnd tho languago used was something boastly and filthy. This lasted till tho early hours of tho morning and thoy could be plainly heard all over tho township. They loft for Collarondabri on Friday in a i drunken stato nftor auotlter fight bo foro breakfast timo, whore it is to bo liopod tho polico will giro thorn their deserts. A few nights ago Mr. Gordon a local store keeper put down some spring mouse traps and was surprised to find in the morning a small snake about 2 feet long caught in one.   | The min fall ou Saturday ni...

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Second Day, Wednesday March 5. Moree Handicap, 7 fur. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Second Day, Wednesday March 5. , ! Moreo Handicap, 7 fur. Croleina, Jenn, Bonnio PrincesA^ Aberdonia, Briar Bank, Orrigo, Boso--- ucatb, Natiro Bird, Xereus, Chiol Boy,. Scrapple, Simmer Queen, Hoxonta. Quirindi Handicap, 0 furT llraw Queen, Lord Havoc, Facility, Sylvan Girl, Anciam, Merv Blond, Tyrannus, Miss Joan, Nino Tricks, Chica, Rambler Lad. Walcha Haudicap, 0 far. Golden Harvest, Eastern Queen, Brightic. Gnnobrn, Coondarra Laddie, Awn; Espinol, Wop Wollah, Prudent Queen, Nino Tricks. Tamworth Haudicap, 1] miles. Jona, Black Prince, Tlriar Bank, Deloriuin, K of K, Lady Hopo, Sally Nyrang, Orrigo, Pau Out, Bridesmau, A left, Chori Chori, Koyat Mount, Simtncc Quccu. Bingara Welter llumlicap, 0 fur. Braw Queen, Cmlema, 'Golden- Havvest, Abordonia, Facility, By raw, Northern King, Ash Tray, Coondarra Laddie, Awa, Norous, Merv Blond, Prudont Queen. - Tingha Haudicap, I niilo. , Craloma, Eastorn Quoen, Bonnio Princess, Briar Bank, Black Prince,; Rosonoath,-Jiativo Bird, Orry Smith,...

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Third Day, Thursday March 6. Flying Handicap, 7 fur. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Third Day, Thnrsdoy March 0. ? Flvintr Handicap,. 7 far. ? .- Craloraa, Golden Harvest, Joua, ? Aberdonia, Bonnio Princess,' Orrigo,-; */ Roaeaeath, NativoBird, Miss T., Awaj. ? Espinol, Wop Wollah, Simmor QaeeOt .t -? ' Ro^onia. . - - Novico Hdndicap, 6 fur. ' Braw Quoen, Goldon Harvest, Ash Tray, 'Facilit}', Byram, ? Gunebra, ? ?. ? Ffavalba, Tyrannus, Piallamoro, Merv ? - Blond,* Maltczar, Nino Trioks. r. - ' - Wei tor Handicap, 6 fur. Braw Queen, Golden Harvest.- . Eastorn Queen, Aberdonia, Bnghtte... Sweet Cake,.Northorn King. Tssjiinel. Nereus, NitTo Tricks,. Coondarra Lad- ? die'.' ! V\ . ; r- . ?March Handicap, 1 mile. Jena^Aberdonia, Bonnio Princess. - Black Prince, Dolorium Riverbu-d. ? Byram, Briar Bank, K of-K, Orrigo, Itasenoatb, Nativo Bird, Orry Smith, Sally Nyraug, Pau Out, Bridesman, . Chiol Boy, Cberi Chori. Koval ; Mount, Simmer Qucon. Trial Handicap, G far. . Braw Quoen, Lord Havoc, Facility, Sylvau Girl, Ancram, Miss T.,- Mory Blond, Miss Joau, Ciiicn, liamblor^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Lot tho EmlnontVlonnabptlolan 1 Test Your Qlffht. . At tho rory first signs of failing or -lo« foctivo vision you should havo. your oyos attended to without delay. Nnturo'e warn* ing cornoa in tnnny foriua. You uiay havo. ? to hold your paper fnrtlior aw»y to road In comfort, or aftor sowing or other olose work ?' your oyes may bo tirod and sore. Don't dolay. Eyo'.troubles takon in timo con easily bo oorrcctod. I*ft too long thoy wilP mean increased oxpenso, and danger of Jos* ing your sinht. ? 51 r, - liasaer, tho eminent -Vienna Qphtlmlmi© Optician, will Win tliis : town on tho dato uientionod' bolow, and his ▼isit offers an oxccptional opportunity a? having your oyes scientifically and skilfully tested froo of charge, and suitable) glauoa * supplied if neoeasary. Tbls gentleman ltas . ~ socured higli^rodcntials by examination in ?tho loading' optical institutes, ol .Vienna, ' Berlin, Dresden,' London and 'Now York, - Ho is also a quallfiod Mastor q tho liritUh Masters Optical Ass...

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Tamworth Races. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Tamworth Races. . Tho following ontries havo beon ro« . cotvod for tho Northern nnd North* Western Uistricfa ABSociation nnd Tnmtvorth Jockoy Club's raco moot ing* to bo hold at Tamwprtb on 4tht 5th, aud 6th March. I'irafc Day, Tuesday March 1. Uralla Handicap, Cfttr. — Jena, Abordonia, Brightic, Orripii, Coondarra Laddio, Eapinel, Chiol Boy, Prudent Quoon. Glen Innes Woltor, 0 fur. Bmw Qncen,Craloiua, Golden Ilar rest, Eastern Queen, Aberdonin, Uon» nio Princess, llyrani, IloBonath, Orry Smith, Native Bird, Awq, Nerons, Simmor Quceti, Hoxonia. JIawiHa Handicap, C fur. Draw Queen, Facility, Sylvan Girl, Sweet Cnko, Ancram, Tyrannus, Jliss T., Mery Blond, 3Hss Joan\Nino Tricks, Chica. Atmidalo Handicap, 7 for. Jena, Aberdonia, Black Prirtco, Willow Green, Dclorinm, Byraro, Briarbank, Lady Hopo, Orrigo, Sally Nyranp, Pan Out, Eppinel, Chiol Boy, Alco» Scruple, Wop Wollah. Narrabri Handicap, 6 fur. Craleroa, Golden Harvest, Brightic, Gunebra, Aalt Tray, Coondarra Lad die, Awa, Espinel,...

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New York Police LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

. New Vnrk: Police LONDON,- Thursday. . I ... A bill is to bo introduced in tho i New York Stale Logislaturo. to rid Stato police of a^ Drafter's Jury.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

- Yoa will bo Bare to got wbat you want in tho Footwear lino at Krobn's, wboro tlio good boo ta aro, oppoBlto Tost OIEca.* - ? ? ' i

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Cablegrams. Lady Scott. ARRIVES AT WELLINGTON. AUCKLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Cablegrams. Lady Scott. ARRIVES AT WELLINGTON..: AUCKLAND, Friday. Tho steamer Aorangt arrived at Wollington yestorday from . San.| Fraucisco with Lady Scott, widow of i tho Antarctic horo, on board. She i will proceed to Sydney by tho same i steamer. \ i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

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Newcastle Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Nowcastto Stock Market. Fot Cattlo. — Supply light and much below requirements with at tendanco large and competition ani mated throughout. An oxcited mar ket with much advanced valncs generally 10s to 15s per head. Primo heavy bullocks account of A. A. Coy. sold to £11, good heavy to £9. 10s, lighter £7 17s to £S 10s. Fat sheop. — Smallest supply for many weeks, iirm demand values wholly in sellers favor. Fat Pigs. — Market lightly supplied, chiefly with good Quality porkors. Competition unaccountably dull and values lower.

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Five Thousand Ounces to the Ton. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Five Thousand Ounces to ' the Ton. Further sensational finds of gold are. reported from-Lionsr ?ville..;:M{ieh specimens' are be. ing unearthed there overy day. ' ' - - - ? . - -_. ; , . ? Councillor Bassetti writes tliat Bancroft Brothers . have beautiful stone from the' Old Number Ton Lion ; R. Wilson lias token splendid specimens from Number Nine. i£. Ward and party on Solfernio struck - good gold oil Saturday. J. Sextop- and party , arc. doing w'-3ll on- Lemon Reef. J. Parkinson struck . mag nificent gold east of the old workings on tho Ponroso Reef. Within the last week 94 acres have been lakon up in. 13. leases, and applications havo been made for an additional 15 acres. - . .. - Edwin Richards, prospector, states tliat the richness of the field is incredible; patches lie is getting from Garibaldi going no less' than 5000oz, to the ton. From 4)1). oE stone, lie . got lOJpz., equal- to 5880oz. per ton, and from 3oz. lOcwt. ^ got 2oz 12dwts. 4g. 'The; Garibaldi mine is being -fl...

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Advice to Parents. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Advlco to Parents. Tho probability of a Mr. Georgo Washington becoming ouo of tho pri vate secretaries to tho Intoly-olectod President Wilson is causing mild, comment. Mr. Washington's namo is against him. His people wero indis creet at tho baptismal font. ^ Thoy unfairly committed him to au impos sible career ofgroatnessboforo ho was of an ago to understand tho obliga tion. 'Ouo name ono fatuo' is nature's motto. Sho won't acknow ledge two William Sbakespeares, two Daniel O'Connel's, two Georgo Wash ington's. A celebrated surnamo is a thing 3*ou cannot escape if it iB born with yoa. But thero is uo excuse for tho cruel paronts who mako tho coincidence ridiculously incomploto If your nurao is Dickons, don't christen your boy Charles. Yon will blight his career if you do. In tho haunts of men his modiocrity will be a burden to him. Givo him a namo without a past and he will have a happier futuro. A youug man labol lod is lost.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

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