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A Glen Innes Invention. DIPPING MADE EASY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

A Glen Innes Invention. DIPPING MADE EASY* At the invitation of Mr. -John Sin clair, of Waterloo, a number of sur rounding squatters and others assem bled at thu station last wcok for tho purpose of witnessing a demonstration by Messrs. J. F. White and M. Dono* hue, of theirshecp dipping and truck ing pateut. The trial was a remark* : ablo success, tho designer, of tho patent is Mr. Donoghuo of Church street, Qleu Inues, who has been at work for about four years in perfect ing tho machine. Briefly, tho dcaign is a revolving platform. Tho animal, ou entering tho crush, sots tho inachino iu motion, tho boast being cairiod to tho other ond, when it is procipiUitcd into tho dip. In a very short timo 2,000 sheep wero troatcd with tho aid of threo raeu. Under the old system it would havo required double tho number of assistants, and the timo wduld havo occupied a much longer period. Tho sheep wero not in auy way handled, aud consequently woro uo& subjected to any rough usage. Afte...

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

Correspondence. w« are »t*lt time* wIUId* to i puMMi , eorwpopifcnw of *nr public interest, but «t tbo time ft mait.be clestir under* tood thnt we no- n.»t ntewMrilf endorw the opinion* espre«ed.—

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

ONE DOSE RELIEVES. ? ' I am aubjcct to vory aerore pains iu tho stomach,' writes Mr. 0. Oebloann, Storokeoper, Qoombungoo, Q, ''and always tako ' Chamberlrln'a Colio and Diarrhoea, Somody for samo. After on a doeo tho p-. in leaves uio and I havo never entferod' any illofTocU from its use. It gtvea me pleasure to rocommend Chamberlaln'a Colio and IKarrboea Tfomedy.' 8old by oU chta(at3 etctwio^crd.

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Arrival of Mr. Joseph Cook. MAYOR SPENCER ACCORDS A CIVIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Arrival of Mr. Joseph Cook. MAYOR SPENCER ACCORDS A CIVIC RECEPTION. This mmim% by tho '.).45 train, Mr. Joseph Cook, loader of tho Fedo ral Opposition, arrived in Narra bri, accompanied by Mr. Archdalo Parkhill, tho Genoral Sccrotary of tho Liberal Lcnguo of Now South ; Wales. Ho was met by the officials of tho local league anu urivon io mo Town Hall, where Mayor Sponcor and tho Aldermon accorded him a civic reception. In opening tho -proceeding!*, tho Mayor was pleased to accord to Mr. Cook a hearty welcome to tho Town aud district, and hoped ho would havo a pleasant time, and that his meeting to-night would be a snccess. Mr. Cook tin rising was heartily received. Ho said if the gathering present was representative of tho district, there wore soino tino speci mens of manhood about, and thoy I would measuro pretty well if thoy woro averaged out. Evidently tho climate did not have any adverso offect upon their physical appearance. Ho was pleased to see so many pro 8onb to welcome hi...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New Lease of "Life." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

A New Lease of ' Life.' I Tlio publisher of that most ontcr prising Auslralftaiftii niagnzino 'Lifo,' lias mado tho ouo chango that ^as necosuary to mako it nccoptahlo in ovory home. Ho hna unlaryed-' tho typo, and tho March number comes to us vory roadablo iu both senses of tho word. 41 Lifo' is oesontiallf a useful mogaziue, nnd its editor manages to koop its nBofnlnosa' nnd He ontortainmont woll half need.. In tho March iflsno, foroxaniplo, appears , tho first of a now eovica of stories for business pcoplo, a rattling good story, and a eploudid lesson in busiuesa prac* tico. It ii anbmittod as tho fore* runnor of a not of bnBinoss stories that Trill rival iu interest tho famous ' Solf-Mado Merchant ' aeries. Sido by sido with it begins another group of sciontifio dotectivo stories, alw ox* citiug and instructive. Then, Mr. Carlylo Smytho enntributos nuotlier of his raoy articles containing romiu ieconces of Mark Twain, with .whom ho toured tho world. «V. W. Casser* loy doscribos ...

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New Guinea Native Plot. FOR WHOLESALE MASSACRE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

New Guinea Native Plot. FOR WHOLESALE- MASSACRE. MELBOURNE, Friday. A rcsidout of . Melbourne, who has recontly returned from German Now Guiuoa, gives particulars of a wide spread plot to massacro all the Ger man residents of Fricdrich Wilholms hafon, with tho ? oxcootion of tho wives of officials aud settlors, who wow to bo portioned oat amougst tho chiefs. Fortunately tho plot was 1 divulged by a leading chief,. when tho rouiainiug chiefs confessod. Thoy wero deported to another island. . Popiuj&y did not run over tyoll in tho Futurity Stakes, aud was ono of tho last to finish in tho raco, and his oharico so far looks bad for tho No w- markot. However, he is.said jto bo in great form, and if ho takes it into his hoad to gallop ho is as fast' a» any tu tho Nowmarkot. ?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

? PUBLIC NOTICE :-GommonweaItb~4j§f$ 36anhot HustiaHa Braneheeare epea for the traaucUen ef General Banking Bueln«M thraogbout Aoitralla at ew. BMith Walee-Srlstr and Canberra Vlcierla-Melbourne. Queenelantt-nriebaneand Tevnnillc. teuth Auttrall*-Ad»Ul-i«. Weetem Auetralla-ferth. Toamanla-llebart. Aed at r-ttpt Ueuie, M41 St» Nroad fltntl. UnMn Cable rimlttaaees nidi to, and draft* drawn on fortlin placM direct renin Dill* nrrotliUd and coUreted. Utter* ef Credit a*d Circular Notre toned to any part ef the world. Dllli nmtlalH or forwarded for colleetloa Banking aad Cichann nuiinese of erer y description truueted withla Ika Cotnaoawealth, United Kiofdsa and (ore'fn eountriee. SAVINGS DANK OBPARTMBNT Asenele*sraor-aliiprsetlcslI/s!l Ceet Offlo*e vhlcb lieoe Money Orders If* the AuatmllAn Oe mm en wealth and Papua* Wlthdrawaie an aemantf miy be effected let rjm« up to /10 it ia* Office wlihln tha CeaDravtillh 4 / Minimum 9-y RAt* of Interest on /iqaa \fm Otpoalt O^o All D«poelts up to...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Cricket. . Ou Sunday, 23rd, a cricket match was hold at Rowona between teams representing the East aud West o£ tho railway. The gamo was^ free from any excitement and resulted in an easy win for the West by an iunings and six runs. For tho winners J. Power played a fine innings for 38 not out, and for tho losern J. Barrcll ; topped with 13. Tho bowling honors wero taken by L. Cross with four wickets in the Grst innings of tho east, aud W. Cross captured Tour iu tho Becond, whilo 1*. Guilfoylo bowled very woll for tho loserc aud bagged live wickets. W. Cross captained the West, whilo F. Rowan had tho handling of tho East. EASTS First Innings. J. Uurroll, b Mostiitm ... 13 F. Romiu, b Power\Y ... ... 0 ? M. Guyuor, c Mosuiau, hTowor... u 1\ GuilfoyJe, b W, Cross ? - ^ - M. Uuckloy, b L. Crota ? 4 A.Gordon, not out..-. S i W. Murphy, b L.'Croas.Ht: :r.J l.v J. McNully, b L. Crosj ...- . 0. B. Qn\co, b L. Cross i.: ... ? '0 . S. Carter, b A. Masmau ... ..J.O J. Mulouoy. absent... ? Sund...

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

? ? 1'uni.io soriop. Il—^ =1 L. m) Another \ [5% 's'ant' Tour BURNS, PHILP & CO., LTD. (!? resaaau (a flBaeriBi ia^Iries) km tfttlM I* ertnlti uHker sftciil fERSONAllY CONDUCTED ISLAND TOUR. 'MAKAM90' Ttnr it I Nrw Tur U tt Imptwrt upn. I THl'M.'UNtt, I 'MATUNGA' I Ssifl, caofartaHe, natfef*. flUrt B **iUiiI1citYdUe«o,iftdo-Icjmfd«3J. fl nvc WEEKS IN THE ISLANDS | The cwf, list, bficiac Pacific alls )«tri Autratiaas, tfler Ue Iryiai uaacr, la recsptrali il leisure, u- mike life axe owe a pleasure. £20 con £20 M », ytu -i|j have lit thnt if yior Jifel fht wttks.af brta'af ante, Mat ace, Writ SB8Ski«e, freedoai fraai are, wwry irf trioWe. G—4 cmUaj, -fotd -wrteny iif (N4 ' CMnpJry. bfatale xtatry, vnplt fen iri tnik, tni tot bat art f#«t— ? «cw'e*«cjtiee'et»tft Occaaia sat Autnlia'i stxt-rfw idflfrosn. THE TOUR OUTLINED. Area op Ue Qoeodied tout luitfe Ue Greet Barrier Keel. Brisbiae visited. Cell la at Carres— ice Barraa rilU. Fert M«roby (Pipea). Au* trilia'a aeftttt territo...

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Federal Capital. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

' Federal Capital. : SYDNEY, Friday. ?:r.- it itrruportlb that Cunborru stuutlK ilio best chance of being adopted ns the name of tho.Fedoml Capital.

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Pure Food Commission. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Pure Food Commission. ' SYDNEY, Friday. .At the Pure- Food -Supply Commu* sion, held yesterday, a witnoss advo* cated municipal dairies u\ order to ensure a pare milk supply.

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Further Rise in Price of Boots. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Further Rise in Price of Boots. SYDNEY, Friday. Tho manufacturers havo decidcd to raise, tho prices of boots and shoes again after to-morrow.

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Destructive Fire. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Destructive Fire. ?. MELBOURNE, Friday^ ? A furniture factory was completely destroyod by fire ...at Montaguo, uear Molboumo, last uighfc,- tho damage' being estimated, at £7000. * ...

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Two Divers Killed. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Two Divers Killed. ADELAIDE: Friday. Two -divers named Stovcuson and Lotrus, - mot . their ideatha yesterday while engiiged in 'iwoi'k in connection with' tlio Willaroo . Jettyt; South Aus tralia.

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The Australian Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

The Australian Cup. Vory little doiug on the cup. Piastr© is- a short-priced favorito, being ono point in advanccof Al mtssar threo . points ; furthor . j\way being Cadonia aud -Barrios, followed by. The Parisian, Flavian and Cidor.

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The Newmarket Handicap. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

The Newmarket Handicap. SYDNEY, T'nduy. -Mula stilltcontinucs fnvontc-for tho Nowmarkot —Handicap, - ? being- ouo point :in-. advance of Naiwarn Eltja. with ar similar distance m- front of Rohovo' and.-Volsloano, whilo seven points off come Broadsword, Popin jay. Alocondor. -Barn, Gigandra, Ruby Hampton; and. Rathlea. /

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

' Correspondence. . : Wo liavo received tho- following correspondenco * from' Mr. George BIs^j lLP^ .for publicalion ~Sir, — Referring to 'your letter of ^jo SOkH^Novomber,' -19 1% K^ho Department of Viands and for mted to this Deparlniont for -con-- ;fraeraiioiv, urging tliat teamsters. land, it^vellers should havo ihelame'ri^hts ra^:traye)iing..stock .to .uao traVolliug. fetAcbvand camping resorvos, Lhavp the honor to inform you that at pre sent sach legal right does not exist, as. they aro hot bona fide travelling stook, to., stiock.; travelling with a permit or statement. This Depart ment has, however, always recognis ed- tho nocosjity tor them to use tho resotves to onablo them to move from from placo . to plnco, and thp'Stock Ifisp'octprs are-inslruoted to grant 'th'oijvtho samo, concession as (mell -ing stock. Lessees who aro awaro .that.they: possess no legal rights.of ten lharass 'them, b^it. provision has beon made in tho. proposed Travelling Stock Bjll to givo tho toamsto...

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NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE : f SUCCESS.- .' ?????' ... Success -is always ? infectious and contagions, whether it. bo a victoti* ous army on tho battle field as, for instance, . tho. Allies , fighting in the Balkan. Peninsular, . or a popular Statesman leading his followers to victory, in the political/ field. It is always encouraging and exhilarating to bo on. the winning sido, 'and many pooplo who have no fixed opinions of thoir own from sheer, forco of in clination and habit, always gravitato in tteir sympathies towards tho win ning .side. Mobt of .us takovdefeat badly; it is much moro pleasant to wear tho laurel wreath of victory. It is .thus with u Alfa-Laval ' Cream Separator. Tho millionaire instate it in his model dairy tiecauso he desires to-b'o up-to-date and can afford to have everything of tho best; tho farpior dairying for profit instals the Alfa-Laval' because lie . cannot afford to use' any other. Briefly, 'the J, Alfa-Laval ' Cream Separator bo causo it is tho popular mac...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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On the Gas Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

. On.the 6a8,Strlke. Owing to . tho gas strike in Syd ney, many placos of buaineas havo beon cloa«d ? down,r. including the oiBce of tho ' Cumberland Argoa,' Pitrramatta. This finflxJpspei'f which publtahcs foorteen pngtfa Trebly, has beea reducod to 4 pago^ Octaivo,:and apaaka in its leading article-in the following atrain ? Tho diminished aize of ' Tho Ar- n goa' to«day ia due the fact that law-. , laaaneas now takaa the place of con stitutional government in.New South Walea. It has really been the way jj for a long time. 'Sincd'tHq day.'.when Mr. Wise cursed the country by rec ogniaing Unionism in his Act which to-day will be-regardejl byjav^abid ing citizens as nothing les^ than in famous, tbo whole industrial fabric Jias been gradually but soirely under mined by tho organisation^, which, spoonfed and coddled .by^ desiguiug politicians and knaviah - agitators, do not hesitate now to perpetrato ragea on the general .public. . As we have said, the; country .-js. ; . carccd with .u...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

.Items of Interest. ? ... «»». ? — ... ? Earth^oako shocks aro 'reported ;to have occurred at Albury daring Tues* day night. ♦ Owing to the free ase of poison carts, rabbits in the Grafton district are decreasing rapidly. Three instances of attempted train wrecking have ' been reported from Queensland iu less than three weeks. Peter Bowling' has* again entered thft field, and declares that he-intends . to form a federation of wharf laborers, coal lumpers, gas workers, and min ers. Burglars raided tho /pre'mftea^of McsBrs. SoWeV.Jowollers, of DavieB Btreot, Berkeley Square, Londoth and' a thousand objects of art, valued at £4000 wero stolen. Tho Australian cycling champion ship took placo in Sydney on Tues day uight. Tho milo was won by Bustiushaw, and the firo milo by Bock. Iutor-State riders were badly bcatou. At tho Bonihala rifle rango -H. Uobbioputou a doublo-'possible at 500 aud GOO yai'ds (seven shots). This ia the second time during the last twclvo months that Mr. Robbio has ...

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