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Station Property Sold. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Station Property 8old. Mr. Bruco Campbell, of Kolburn, Goulburn, has recontly disposed of tho Homestead Block of that proporty, comprising about 1400 acros, to 3 r. 11. fc\ Moses, of Sydney. ?Kol- burn' is situated within ten milos of Goulburn and comprises n big area of excellent agricultural land. Tho agents concornod iu tho sale woro Winchcouibe, Carson, Limited, acting in conjunction with 0. II. Furner nnd Co., Gonlbnrn.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Benevolent Socloty. I Tho annual mooting of tho Narra bri Bonovolont Society' will be hold in tho Town Hall at 4 p.m. on Tues day March 4. Business : Tho pre sentation of balanco shoot and elec tion of ofliicors.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Liberal Party's Programme. [IX.] (Section—8, 9, 10.) ELECTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

The Liberal Party's Programme. . . (Contribntod Articlo.) [ix.] 1 ' (Soction— 8, 0,';10.) ?ELECTORAL. 1. Moro offoctivoly aocuring the ropiTucutation of the will ot tho people at tho ballot-box by tho adop tion of : — (a) Pi'cferQiitml voting, or tiomd similar Bjetem. (b) Voting by post xrith proper safeguards and limitations, (c) Voting by means of o!cctor*s right, (d) Scratiniaing of all votes by thoBotnrning Ofllcer and Assistant Returning Ofliccr. Co) Counting all tho rotes nt . tho chief controof oacli oloctorato.. (f) Soparato 'entrances to polling booth for women. (g) Hoars of voting at Stato olectionu to bo from, 8 a.ra. to 7 p.m. (h) Eloction of candidates to tho Legis lative Assembly to bo dealt with nlono on State General orBy-EIeotion Day, and not any other sidoissno. (i) Full address of all olcctora to bo placed on roll. ' That some chauge is uecessary iu tho Electoral law is very evident. It is importaut that the representatives of tho people be olccted by tho ma jorit...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pictures that Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Pictures that Talk. Spencer's Pictures Ltd., of the Lyceum' Thoatro, Syduey, has been responsible for tho importation of many improvements in cinomata grnphy, bnt all past efforts are over-' shadowed by their latest attraction — tho Chrououiognphouo — This rnach iuo, for which Sponcor's hold tho exclusive rights for Australia, is claimed to bo the greatest achieve ment yet accomplished in cinomata graphy, producing as it does, both moving and talking piotures. By tho aid of -this remarkable iuvention which is booked to appear in tho Town Hall Narrabri, on Weduesday night noxt, March 5. All opportunity.; will bo afforded of both hearing and ' seeing several of tho worlds foremost ! artists tncludiug tho celebrated Scottish comedian, Harry Lauder, who ou Wednesday night will appear in two of his most famous songs, 'The Softest of tho Family,' ana ' Wo Parted on tho Shore.' Another big attraction will bo tho screening of Spencer's recent Australian produc tion coucorning tho sensationa...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

LAWKEFOEM. I - I.- Lessening the cost of litigation.1 ; ' (a) Simplifying proooduro. (b) Sim- 1 plilloation smd cheapening of process I of transfer oE laud. : Amondmeut of tho Defamation i Act.' -? ^ y. I r-, ' U; A lloyal Oommission to iucjuirb j - ? into and roporfc upon tho snbjebt of j . -.law reform. : -I ' .Was thoro ovor a couutry with moro laws for tho number of its iu ? ' 'habitants than this country ? 'Surely ? ^wo- aro over legislated for. Too ... many laws and cndless Hfcigatioa. . Laws aro made to rostraiu tho ovilly ' r - disposed. If that is so' thou tlier&. should bo litfclo wrong iu this' ccm» j raunity. t

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visitors to Sydney Show. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Visitors to 8ydney Show. A most attractive sourco of amuse ment during tho Easter Carnival in the city, will bo the production of tho dramatic version of Harold lie- 1 Grath*8 world famous book, 'The Man on the Box,' which the now theatrical enterprise, Little Theatros Limited, nndor tho management of tho . well-known English actor, . Mr, i Hugh C. Buckler, will- stage to mark the opening of ths Little Theatro in i in Costlereagh-streoL A powerful i company has been engaged to sap- I port Mr. Buckler, and that charming i and popular actress, Miss Violot i Paget.. Intending visitors' should I grasp tho opportunity of witnessing I this world-wide success, and in ordor to moot their ' convenience the man agement has arranged to book seats i at once for coautry centres. Those j desiring to avail themselves of tho i opportunity should commanicato with I Mr. Reynolds Douniston 'Little Theatro,' Castleroagh Stroet, as big bookings for tho Easter week' are an ticipated.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

31INING. . - . I.'A.moro suitable system. of tech- ! Hical education, having for ita objects tho farther dovolopmoat of tho min eral doposits of tho Stato by moans of bnrsariLB to assist promising stu doutB iu tho acquisition of the nocc3» sary expert knowledgo nnd practice, as au essential prelimary equipment* 2. Extension of bureaux for inves tigating and prospecting promising mineral areas of tho State. 3. Assistance to suitable and bona tide persons to encourage them in prospecting for tho purpose of dis covering and developing tho minornU of tho State, and tmbsidics granted by arrangement to assist in the pros* pectiug and developing of mineral areas nnd placed under 'the control 1 of a Board appointed by tho Govern ment for these purposes iu tho geuo al interests of tho State. Tho ininiug industry of this Stato needs developing. Its possibilities aro great. No ono will think that tho minoral wealth of thin country has been properly developed. Much has boon done, but it is a mu...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Fighting Line." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

'The Fighting Line.' We aro in receiot of tho first issue -i of a now paper called ' The Fighting j Line.' It claims to.be the journal' of Liboralism in N.S.W. It is vory i well printed on good papor, and full i of very good reading matter. Avi splendid portrait of- Mr. Joe Cook, the new leuder of thu Federal Liberal party forms tho front page, with other portraits of. candidates . for Liberal support iu tho comiug .elec* tious. It is the inteution of tho editor to put ap a great fight in the cause of Liberalism.: The paper is to bo issued monthly, and the price is dd per copy. ,

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mawson's Territory. NAMED AFTER THE KING. WIRELESS TO GOVERNOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Mawson's Territory. XAMED AFTER THE KINO. WIUKLBSS TO GOVERNOR ~ GK.YKltAL. The lollowiug wireless mossago has been received by tlio GovornorGen oral from Dr. Mawson, via Mac* quarto Island and Hobart t — ' Winter quarters, Australia Ant Urctic oxpedition,. Commonwealth Bay, Autarctic, via Macquario Islund - and radio Hobart. — Tbosledging sea son has boon successful in opening up a large area of new land east aud west of Commonwealth liny, aud in obtain ing importaut data at a number of . -! ~v stations in close proximity of tho ' . ??; Magnetic Polo. It is probablo that ? six of tho staff and myself will bo v unavoidably detained hero for another ' /.-- year. Unfortunately, Lieutenant Niuuis aud Dr. Alert*/, both lost thou* ;$? lives. All the othors~are alive ? aud ; 'iV^ well. Please connnuuicato tho fol- - lowing message . to his Majesty tho y. King:— . ' ' - w, . .^8 tho-Australian An tarctio expedition now operating in Antatctiea, 1 take this opportunity of tho first regular w...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Season for Kangaroos and Wallaroos. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Opon 8eason for Kangaroos and Wallaroos. The following communication has been received from the Chief Secre tary's Department, Sydney:—1 14 Kan garoos aud Wallaroos are absolutely protected antil tho 3lst Jaauary, 1910, except in tho polico districts of Bingara, Bourko, Brewarriua, Cobar, Coouabarabrnn, Gunnodah, Narrabri^ Scone, Tamworth, Walgett, and War ren, in which thoy may be destroyed duriug tho period of opon season, from 1st February to 3lst July, 1913,. only. After tho latter dato nbsolute protection comes into force in these districts in common with the rest of' tho State uutil 31st January, 1916.'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. ? ? __ |^££$i-' »:i fZyV0 -£-* ' Two More Weeks of Bargains ! ! In General Drapery, Boots and Shoes. Watch tho Windows for Knock-out Bargains. i f Extra Specials No. 1. Ut »r Colored Underskirts, Sale P™c 3s 11d. No. ?-'. Lot ot Costumes) Snlo l'rico 4s 11d. No. :i. Lut of White Blouses, Kale Price 2s 3d. No. t. I.ot ot Whito Robes, SmIo l'rico 12s 6d. No. r-. Lot of Robes (soiled), Salo l'rico Ss 11d. No. G. Lot of White Shirts (soiled), Side 1'ricu 2S 11d. Xo. 7. Itot of Men's Felt Hats (somo Hursnliiios), 5s. No. 8. Lot of Boy's Suits, to dear at 3s lid. No. 1'. Lot of Men's Summer Trousers, 3s lid. Eslia good quality. No. 10. Lot of Fashion Shirts, something spocial, 2s lid. No. 11. Lot of Ladies' Tan Kid Shoes, Ss lid. - These, are nnly Eleven of the Splendid Clearing Lines. There are hundreds of other Cheap Lots to be - . cleared before Stocktaking. I'ilo of IIOYLE'S WtlNTS/Jia lid. Pile of DAllK PRINT, 2s lid. 4'Ile of FJIENCH CA.MI1RICS, Gd. Ninons, Voiles, C....

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Talk of Riot. UNEMPLOYED DEMONSTRATION. THE QUEST FOR WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Talk of Riot. I UNEMPLOYED IJEMONSTRA ? T10N. ; THE QUEST FOR WORK. Hard luck still purses tho unem ployed, who mnroh each morning from tho Queen's Statue to tho Government oflicen furthor down Mac quario-streot. I Yesterday thoy appeared, display ing an additional banuor, bearing tho supplication, ' Surely they will caro.' But tho Premier aud Minister for Works wore nway electioneering, aud Mr. flowers aud Mr. Canu each de clined to seo ft delegation. Tho inrush of Monday to tho Pub lic Works Department was not re peated. Tho wen mado an effort to entor in a body, but five policeman hatred tho way. After a little tnsslo nt tho door, five of tlio number wero permitted to go upstair*. They took tlfo lift. Beturniug fiom an Attempt made later to fee tho Treasurer, tho men gathered on tho opposite hide of Mac quaiie-atrcot and wero addressed l»y Mr. I). Grant, one of their leaders, who Kpokc forcibly, aud was frequen tly applauded. ' Tito Premier nnd Minister for Works aro both away,' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Subscription ; IN ADVANCE : £1 per annum. BooKeot 69. per quarter, or 24s. per year.

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

* Advertising Rates ; 3s. First Inch. * -.29. each additional inch. 8peo!al Rales for 8fandlng AdwrltaiMto.

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

Wanted ovoryono to know that your . money will go further at Krohn's. Why? ? , : Becauso tlio prices aro tho lowest In tho - - Footwear line. Opposite tho Post OHloo.* ? TBIED TUB 51 DODBTINGLY, 4 'I was out of sorte through irregularity of tho bowls and constipation,' writes Mr Rodda, Ouso, Tas. 'Seeing an advertise- ? ment on Chamberlain's Tablets I decidod to try them, bnt did so doubtiugly a* so many modieinos had failed. Tho re ult wag so satisfactory that/ 1 uow carry a ? - bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets in my ' V pocket wherever I go.' 8old by all chow ^ ista and storokojpera. ? ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Our Great ,:S^daction Sale Starts on Saturday, Fet|( 1st, for 28 days only. All Goods Going at Cost ? ! Don't Miss this Money Saving Chance. The Greatest Opportunity 'ever 1 ? -?rFe red the Public of Narrabri. J C jRLr ? ' TDl® CASH STORES, A A Ally JOl U&9 - MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABRI. HOTELS. * Mr. S. H. CUNNINGHAM'S iniperial Hotel, West Narrabri. A lino Buck, two Stoioy Hotel, built on tho scene of tho lato lire, uptu data iu ovory respect, well ventilated bedrooms, aud.overy comfort ? ?? FIRST CLASS.' TABLE, under tho' supervision of Mr. B- Cuuingliam BAli, .mtli nil tho. Latest Improvements None but. tho Very Best WINES, SPIRITS aud IJELRS blocked WE CATEK for. the General Public and! Gaa'rautoe S«tiafactiou:tdrour - ? Fatrous. ... ' g. Gunningliom Proprietor. sfe 4 4 sfe 4 si 4 Asfe -& 44 444 4 44 4g? 4s3 ^ The Caledonian Hotel. Maltland Street, |£ — N A R R ft B R l — .. .&? J «l»IIiV THOU, Prop., | BUST ACCOMMODATION for Country ClienU and Visitor*....

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The Menace. AIRSHIP HOVERS OVER BARRACKS. BRITAIN'S SHOCKING DEFENCELESSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

The Menace, AIRSHIP 110VKKS OVER . BARRACKS. V . BRITAIN'S SIIOCKiNG L)E* FKN0ELKSSNES3, ' Tho ruceitt appcurauces over differ out localities of Eugland of mysterious airships have caused a , 'general stjr, which amounts in somo instances 'to coustornatiou.% . ?' This has been deepouod by n re port on Tuesday from .the police and other;} at Portsmouth.; Thoy decl&ro that au airship ar rived from tho north, and hovered high iu the air abovo the Mariuo Barracks. * Tho vessel carried a powerful light ; but in the darkness the body of tbo craft was iudistingmshabln. After oscillating ovor tho locality for a whilo, tho mysterious visitor swung slowly round, aud returned to wards tho north. A inomber of tho Royal Flying Corps lias mado a statement which is not calculated to rolieve the general auxioty. Britaiu; ho points, possesses neither aeroplanes nor dirigibles which can copo wfth airships of tho Zeppelin class : whilo her anti-aircraft arma ments consists of few purely experi...

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

AQEOCER'? KECOitllKNDATIOlf. ' For tho past 20 year*,' says Mr B ILflrridon, Grocer, I'arrataattA lid., and Catherine Stn-ct, Leicbbiirdt, N.S.W. '1 h:ive Leun n sufferer from diarrhoea and aitiiuugh 1 havo triwldoctora'pn'scriptiona Jmve found nothing to rvliere me liko Chamberlain'* Colic aud Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 always keep a bottle for my own ueo at myprivuto residence nnd at my store.' Sold by all churnut* and Htorvkeoper.

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

PUBLIC NOTICE * 'T/ ' Commonwealtb Batih of HustvaKa W«U«-flydney and Canberra. VIctorla-MHUournf. Quaanaland-nrlibsno and Townitilie. South Australia-Adelaide. Western Auatratla-Fcrth. Tasmanla-Hobart. And at EfTpt llouif, 80-53 New Hroart fltrtet, London c - ' v ?AitiMim,tTti.n.eM 11,(1 'Ifatu drawn on foreign placet direct Foreign tlitl* ntffotlited and . fnrwi*iM i«1 ,IJ'} cl««jar No,fg |,ioM lo any part ot the world. IUIIj negotiated or ComiMSe^i^t}^trt kln^om'kn(i,for^,C t j' 'm o( ,rer/ description tramacted within the. ? SAVINGS DANK DEPARTMENT Commonw^llh M l PaVurll0*' °''' 'l,Hl ''»? M™[J In th. Xu.trall.n Wlthdrawat. on dim.nd m.y b. lot tummino £ion. onice*ithInth# Common' t.llh 'I lm Minimum QV nato of Intorc&t on 05 Hifl 1/ Deposit O/o all Deposits up to sSSOU' *-ru '»« ui:nt m.s im.ua.. co..un ^'??Wool and Produce THE CO-OPERATIVE' WOOL & PRODUOE CO., LTD., Otflesst 9 SPRINa STRBBT, SYDNEY. *' 5 AVINO effected by consigning . to The Cooperative . .. i...

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Special Grant for Maintenance to the Barraba Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

8pocial Grant for Malntonamo . to tho Barraba Hospital. : Mr. G. R. W. M'Donnld, M.LA., (Bingara) has received tho followug commuuication from tlio Department re tho obovo hospital : — In respotuo to tho application preferred in y-,ar communication of tho '28th JannaW, ultimo, having refercuco to the nbo^o subject, I am now directed by tl'e Minister to oudorse tho accompany ing vouchor for £200, aud to roqacs; that yoa will have tho goodness to transmit it to tho hospital authorities for complctiou and roturu to thu ofilco.

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