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Force Feeding of Suffragists. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 28 February 1913

Force Feeding of Suffragists. LONDON, Thursday, j - Forco feeding .of tho imprisoned': suffragists is to bo .continued uutil thoir lives are ondangercd. - I

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

Oloment's Tonic# - TUE H«UB.U.nC^™S'K HEaVKS BEND FOB IT AND SECUHE UL'ALTII. Sta Sssti i?»3a w;«»! In the CBturerdig^t'^0 chiionrU. Tljen wall**# ine owo.totr. : ? a 'dWInbndniffiuL ZE&tWa tonic J* '£5$' ( ItilhS ?yiwio. *JIJJ2'L (oUtLuirth. ItwrrtcU tUe»tom«eh, .ymbol of J lb9timw puril e* the Wood. ?« ^ )ie«ltb «bra long ?oil ''V^ sind to Tocr BTOUE or C1IEMI8T tbtT 'U Mll lt. GET IT ASD UET .WELL, GJasswaro.' Eloctroplate, Enamolwaro, TWwaro and Crookorywara Just Iandod ODdmarkod down to bedrock prlow for tho Xoifr- season. ' Hiog Bros.*

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

PUDLIC NOTICB. ? I mil. B. A. BASSEIL ' '' CLUU 1100SE HO'l tL, NAURAORl, on TUKBDAl, April ? Visit Mr. Basher, And Havo Your Eyoa Tested 'i./inQU' eigbt .t time, becomt. blnrrod, ot il ? glasses will not be recommended oolcss tbey are positireiy necemry. ICbildrm*. Ert».r..Uo trtiloJ, «nd in mil initanco my ch.rje, «re Tcrj reasonable. ... . . ... ,l. Link. .» in Australia, secured in the Beit Optical Insti lai ';i.f i;,™. *** v-™.. Dlt, don, London, and New \ork. 1 employ no Agent*, and condoct my business psrsonally. Do not forget to visit me doriog my atay in yoor town S. A. Basser, Vienna Optician. Challis House, Sydney I PALING'S own mat'e'tti'or^r PSANO I '?TT-THE BELLING. Wc have been selling BELLING PIANOS for the past thirty years and have received thousands of letters from satisfied customers | expressing their great delight at I the way these pianos have stood ! years and years of hard work, and their wonderment that, such a good piano could be sold at the price | charge...

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

: ~ ' PUBLIC NOTICE. FoJLw the Crowd TO THE GREAT SUMMER SALE AT Weale's Cash Store New Wheat! New Wheat! To Wheat Growers ; — If you havo not scoured tho Ucst Prices in the [mst, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., MarB: Lane, Sydney. Regarding your now crap. They trc admittedly tbo loadiug Wheat Sales* nico of tho State, with tbe biggi-at local and Shipping connootion. Freo Storago and Libera! Advances can bo arranged. Stores Darliug*Ieland and City. Remember— Highest PriccH, Lowest Chnrgo-i ? ? « UNBEATEN r GOWINGS' AUSTRAL SUITS To Measure £3 3«. Send lor booKs of 100 patterns, easy sell-measurement form if we havo not your measure — all measures once recetvod are registered, end can be referred to ot any time — and Illustrated catalogue containing 120 pages of Men's and Boys' Wear. All orders carriage paid in Australia. COWIHG BROS. 486, 488 and 490 George St., and 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 Royal Arcade, Sydney j A. Woods, SPEEDWELL CYCLE & MOTOil DEPOT, i^r ninltlnnd...

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Federal Campaign. Mr. Joseph Cook at Narrabri. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Federal Campaign. ? ' i Mr. Joseph Cook at Narrabri. On Friday night, in tho Town Hall, the Hon. Joseph Cook, leader of tho Liberal Party, addressed a largo meet ing of tho electors of tluvGwydir. Tlio Mayor (Aid Sponccr) occupied tho, chair, and introduced tho speaker, nndjukda for an impartial hnriug. Mr. Cook on rising was greeted with continuous applause. Lndios and gen tlemen, — I am glad to ho hero for two reasons. Wujiavo been busily en gaged attending to matters relativo to the organisation of this electorate, aud arranging matters for a candidate to carry tho banner of Liberalism. I am hero to placo beforo you tho Federal issue* that you may bo ablo to dccido hetweon tlio two parties iu tho Federal arenn. Tlio Stato i'smips are in danger of crowding out tho Federal. Tlio Federal is as important to you as Vi° 11 ia my pririlcgo to'follow Mr. W ebster, vour present representa tive, who bad a fow words to say about Joe Cook — in consequonco ho would ii?.. ^ i said somothing ab...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

It is tho reiolvs To obtain tbe GENUINE VANDER EUCAI.VPTI EXTRACT wbitb will pto enre for you a remedy of tierling value and will protect you from having yoarb'eilih in* jaiiea by one of the many etude oil* and so called 'Extracts' whitb are no# pained ofl by unscrupulous dealers as * juji as |-ood,' and which are according to authentic medic* testimony very depressing to tbe heart. Tbe GENUINE HaNDFR EXTRACT U abso lutely non-injurious and hilogs instanUncous relief in headache, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcenl wounds, burns, sprains, are healed wjtboas inflammation. SANDER'S. EXTRACT is endorsed by tbe highest medjeal authojitie. und'is unique in 'ftii eflcctj purity. -'rcli*bility and safety 'are its distinguishing' qualities rbciefores Get tbe GENUINE SANDERS' EXTRACT— insist if you have to— but get it aod detire tbe benefit.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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N. and N.W. Races. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

N. and N.W. Races. Tito following iro tho weights'for tlio North nnd North-Wcstorii ltucing Asso ciation's Rnco» Meeting, to be held ou Tuesday arid^ Wcduedduy, 4th und oth March, handieapj-er Mr. R. S.' Turner, Weights declared nt G o'clock p.m., 20th ^February, 1913. 1 — Urnlla Handicap, furs.— ChkO ; 13oy, 9.0,'Brightie, 8.0, Coonda'rra Lad die, 8.4, 'Aberdonin -.9, Orrigo, 7.9, Jena, 7.4, Gtiuebra, 7.0, Kspinel, 0.10, Prudent Queen, C.7. 2— Glen Inties Welter, 7 furs. — Hose- ueath, lO.o, Golden Harvest. 10.0, Kast ern Queen, 0.9, Cralema, .9.0, Orry smith, 9.3, Simmer Queen, V.0, Aber douia 8.10, lionnio Princess, 8.9, ltox ?onia, 8.0, Awa, 8.0, Native. Bird, , 8.0, Nercfiis, 7.10, Byram, 7.7, lirow: Queen, 7.7. - . 3.— Manilla Flandicnp, G furs. — Nino Ticks. 9.0, Ciiica, 8.7, Merv. lilend, 8.0, Miss I*.. 8.0. Sylvan Girl, Brnw Queen, 7.7, Swvet Cako, 7.7, AYicram, 7.7, Tyr annus, 7.7, .Miss Joan, 7.7, Facility, 7.7, 4. — Armidalo Haifdicap, 7 furt».' — i)o- loriuni, 0.4, Will...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

PDDblO NOTlOli. . . - - ? ? j ? ? ? ,||,| 'mill ? B r hnMelan. may be coasolUd at tho aW0b^S^LT??All»I%1IU,H5DA7V iP'lUt-.. :'j0S&SBSS*s. Visit Mr. Basser, And Havo Yonr Eyes Teated cn„ Mmm fV^ i5 %zr/iur.O?^ afgbt'at limes becomes blurred, or U your sight troubles you lo any way, you should take advantage of my offer to I thoroughly and seieotifieallr tfat Your Eyes, Absolutely Free., Each £ye will bo sxsmioed separately with tbe aid of tbe tety latest aod moat improved in* strume&is. including the Coroea Ophthalmiacopo, the firat In Australia, and.' glasses will not be recommcoded unless tbey are positively necessary. Children's Eyes are also treated, sod to every initaneo my charges are very I reasonable. My certificates are tbe highest iu Australia, seenred in tbe Best Optical Insti tutes, sad obtained by examination with degress from Yieuosi Berlin, Ores* den, London, and New York. I employ no Agent*, snd conduct mj business personally. Do oot forget to visit me...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Let the Eminent Vienna Optician Test Your Sight. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

LetthoEmlnontViennaOptrclan Test Your 8lsht. At tbo very first signs of failing or (la fectivo vision you should havo your oyes attended to without delay. Nature's warn ing comes in many foruiB. You may have to hold your paper further awny to rend in comfort, or after eening or other closo work your eyes muy be tired and s^re. Don't delay. Eyo troubles taken in tiuio can easily bo corrected. Left too long they will mean increased expense, and danger of los ing your sight. Mr. Basiur. the emiucnt Vicuna Ophthalmic Optician, will bo in this town on tho dato mentioned below, aud his visit offers an oxcuptioanl opportunity of having youruyes scientiflcallyand skilfully tested free of chargo, und suitable glaasea supplied if neccsiary. This gentleman has secured high credentials by examination in tho leading optical institutes of Yiim'na, Barlin, Dresden, Loudon and -Now York. Ho is also a qualified Muator of the Dritisb Masters' Optical Association. Mr. Uasser. makes no chargo for consu...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Walgett Shire Estimates. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Walgett Shire Estimates. I '. Tho following . Cfltlmitett .'ifofo passod by tho Walgett $Mro Conn-, cil for the ensuing year :-e-! .1. Marlbagay Brtdgo, ' £55*0;^ Pian CreoVBridgo, balanco yebilue, &-7G; balance of amount dno C&tlar^ubri, Collar'oncbri I'last Hoad,'£125 ; Gib son .Battle, bala&cV.frfV fcnfichinory* £50-ii urgent bridgo ropa^-vC^OO ; gonoral maintenance, £1560 Salar ies and incidentals,- £1000: NILma Road formatiou, £120; , gonoral, £92; porcentago towards building Shiro Hall, £200 ; contract for sand, £120. Total, £5807. Tho following aro tho estimates submitted by tbe Engineer Pile driving plant, £125 ; Matha guy Bridgo, £550; Pian Creek Bridge, balapco, £576; Collareuohri, j Coilaronebri Hast Road, £125 , bal- ; anco on machinery, £504 ; nrgent j bridgo ropairs, £1250 ; Orawin | Bridgo, £850 *, Bunglo Guljoy Bridgo, : £750; Burren Streets, £260 ; gene ral maintonanco, £1650; salaries and office, £1000 ; Nilma Road forma tion, £120; loan to ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Personal. j Mr. K. E. Ford ono of ourchemisls returned ou Saturday after a pleas ant six weeks holiday in Tasmania — tho land of love-apples — Mr. 'Walsh who was rolioving him returned to Sydnoy ou Saturday afternoon, from where ho proccods to Grufton on relief duty. ? . Ou . Monday- aftornoon tho Hev j Hauslor, pastor of the Presbyterian Church for tbo past threo months roturnod to Sydnoy. ' „ Mr. Jas. Brackonrcg, Stock Xnspec- ; tor, has also roturned after a. months holiday in Tasmania. ? * Mr. C. M. Stack Is relieving Mr. Boulton as accountant at tho Com? morcial Bank.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 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 seoured the beat Pricei in the past, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., MarK Lane, Sydney, Rogardiag yoar now crop. Thoy aro admittedly tbo leading Whoat Sales mon of tho Stato, with tbo biggest local aod Shipping connection. Fret Storago and Liboral Advancos can bo arranged. Stores Darling Island and City. Romembor— Highest Prices, Lowest Charge*. I j the | Eeat ! .|| | DROP A LINE TO LSQ ! BOWING BROS. j EVERYTHING FOR Men's & Boys' Wear 481 to 490 GEORGE STREET \ QVnMC\ and 3 to 17 ROVAL ARCADE f Of UN CI Catalogue of 120 pages and Pattern Books (oyer 1,000 designs to choose from), self ! measurement form and tape,- forwarded - ? post free. All orders are carriage paid ; in Australia. All measures once received are registered and can be referred to at anytime We Do 4He Mest I ^vIflWBMafaiMMafiB8BMMSBS2cZ^!&mpc^MBgM^MflECa...

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Leaving to be Married. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Leaving to bo Married. j On Saturday night the oftiployees of Dauiol Wi rd, made Miss Gibson, the firm's milliner, who has left to be married, a presentation which took tho form of a threo decker elec troplato cako and flower stand. ' Mr. Will Scott made tho presentation.' and Mr. Poolo also made a few com plimentary romarks on behalf of the employees. Mr. 1. Adams, tho pros pective bridegroom responded on bohalf of Miss Gibson. Motor Oar Accessories. Messrs. Angus nud Son advertiso a number of nccossories of a high-gmdo kind, which will have especial inter est for motorist* who desire to reenro safe and comfortable riding, efficiency and economy in tho upkeep of their cars. This firm always goes after tho best of ovorything iu the market, and their goods, apart from their own morit,-may safely bo regarded as bo ing as good as this ^reputable firm declare them to bo.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Wool Markot. Auother quiet weok has beon ex* perienccd in tho trade. Prices ro inain practically unaltered, and thero is vory little inclination to do busi ness as buyers aro taking a well earned holiday. Howevor, it is satis factory to know that tho small qnantity of wool offering is account able for tho apathy of tho buyers. If large quantities wcro availablo much more business would bo done, but it is pleasing to observo that prices re main firm at lato rates.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

.Ton will be sure, to getwbat yon want in tbe Footwear line at Krohn'a, whero tho good boot* are, opposite Post Offloe.?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Staff Changes In District Forestry Office. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Staff Ohansos In District Forestry Offico. Mr. T. W. Walker and Mr. I/. A. Macfiucen havo been nppointed For est liu.irds in the Narrabri-Morco Forestry District, with headquarters in Wee Waa and Quirindi respect ively. Mr. J. D. Hay has been trans ferred fmni Wee Waa to tho Narra bri district otliee, and Mr. C. J. Trist fts been appointed junior clerk iu tho , same oilico. j

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gunnedah Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Gunnedah Horse Sale. , For their big Autumn Sale at Gun* - --'.v., nedah on 21th, 25th and 26th inst.,. Lowcock and King yarded upwards of 700 hoad.. Thbro ;was a big' at-' '- tendance of southorn buyors, but local.and distriot farmers wero not too- strougly - roproscuted. For any competing was keen right through* * out tho days, . and tho sales , can bo . . 1 ^ -. termed another., docidod. success.1 Tho ' ^?y£ yarding 'on the third day includod a k consignment of 132 draughts, light 1 horses and ponies, from Orange ? -^ ? ? Grove Estato, being tho wholo of tho - ?--* horses on tho property. 'This was a ;/3? attractive consignment and was keon* *1 . ly competed for, tho wholo lino being ? ;'? 6bld out in quick timo at au averago ? ' of £13, tho draughts making to £'i]| ? ponies to £20 ids, light' horses to , ? :-'4 £16. ; Tbo average; prico right -ii . through tho salo was £12 per head,. ? whioh must bo considered yory aatis* ? factory in view of tho presont do* 'v.vrjj . pressod st...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

f . Tho Woathor. I Tho tompcrnture for the past f°w days aro as follows ;~Fridny, max. 90, aiin. G3 ; Saturday, max. V0, jnin. 02; Sunday, max. 91, miu. 0& ; .Monday, iuin. 70 degrees.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Conference of Liberal and F. and S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Oonforonce of Llboral and F. and 8. Association. i On 1'iiday, tho Hon. Josoph Cook, M.M.lt., aud lender of tho Federal Opposition, nud Mr. Archdale l'urk hill, Secretary of tho Liberal Asso ciation, were in town. ''*Dariug tho day eonferencca of the Liberal Bran ches nnd tho Farmers and Sottlers of tho Namoi and Gwydtr electorates woro held, at which a large nambor attended. Tho principal business was tlio consideration of the solprtiiin of a candidnto to carry tho Liberal banner at tho forthcoming olcctious. It was decided to hold over till tlio 13th inst. tho discussion of a Federal candidate, and tho matter of a Stat a representative was nlno doforred till the 15th.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chronomegaphone. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

The Ohronomegaphono. ^ On Wednesday night noxt iu tho Town Hall, Narrabri, theatregoers will havo an opportunity of seeing aud hearing tho latest development in cinematography. Tho chronouie gapliono or talking pieturoH has jusi added a further triumph to tho al ready long list by ostablishing a record season of 6ix nights in Tam worth. Tho visiting company appar ently is uot contout with only ono special attraction apart from Harry Lauder who may bo scon nitd heard in several of his most popular songs. Other celebrities' in Billy Williams, Billy Murray, Florrio Fordo, Vic toria Mouks, and many othors aro included. in tho repertoiro.- In addi tion to this array of talent - will bo; showu Sponeor's great Australian production, tho ? romautic lifo-stor^. of ' Margaret Catclipolo.V This is ft 4,000 foot film of a naturo^raroly. submittod,:in being an ncfual i-e'iTTO^ duction of faots trao to AngloAbs traliap' histprj^ .It is tho typo of picture : thfit' should pleaso and odri cute, whi...

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