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Great Pantomime for Show Week. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Groat Pantomime for Show Woek. On show weok, coming. March 10, ; Mr. Stanley McKay will have great pleasuro in presenting to ro'sideuts of Narrabri aud district his, now and gorgeous l'antouiimo Co. in the groat pantomime, Hoy-Diddlty-Diddle. Mr. Stanley McKay' has spared no ox ponso to make this production eclipso the last two year's productions^ The Co. consists of 25 metropolitan ar tists includiug most of tho old artists and including somo new otios. Tho mounting, staging, etc., will bo on such an elaborate scalc us never be fore attempted outside tho city theatre. Tho music is cntchv, the dialoguo with the gorgoous .dresses : aud costumes woru iu tho production j aro from Zemin, of Sydney. '' There ] will boa full orchestra, Botrio' very i lino ballets aud chorusos and scenery, including tho Homo of tho Kan garoo, A Villago in tho Bnlkmis, In the Moon, and tho Great Jco Carni val at Mouut KosQiusko. Tho Com paup aro at present playing to ? packed houses everywhere, and press an...
A Youthful Giant. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
A YouthfUl Giant. A Gosford exchargo has dropped across a youthful Australian who should bo a big man wlieu bo grows up. Tho namo of thin prodigy is Allen Bush, 13 years of ago, and he already weighs IG- stone. Ho has a, chost measurement of 45 iuchcs, bicops 10 inchos, forearm 12 inches, calf IG inches, thigh 22 inchos, waist ; ?10 inchon, height 5 feet 0 inches, si/.e 1 of boots 10, sizo of hat 7 nnd lrS. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Our Great Reduction Sale Starts oil Saturday, Feb. 1st, for 28 days only. All Goods. Going at... Qoat. - Don't' Miss this Money Saving Chance. Opportunity evpr offered the Public of Narrabri. ff f C J8. flv 'g% ' Tile XOlliU tlsu STOBI*, If %JL MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABM. . ' llOTKLS. ' ? Mr. S. H. CUNNINGHAM'S Imperial Hotel,; West Narrabri. A Fiuo Brick, two Storey Hotol, built on the scone of tho lato fire, up*to* dato in every respect, well veutilatcd bedrooms, and every comfort. FIRST CLASS TABLE, under tho supervision of Sir. S. Cnningham. MODERN BAR, with all tbo Latest Improvements. . None but tbo Very Best WINES,' SPIRITS dud BEERS stocked. WE CATER for tho General-Potflic^and Gilarantee Satisfaction to our ... Patrons. ... g. Gunningtiam j Proprietor. The Caledonian Hojel. Maitland Street, |£ IS ? »- — N A R | A B R I. — ' . !* | ppop., |: (Late pf GuoDedab.Jlarraraodi nud Manilla). 3^ ^' BtlST 'AO'cOMitbDATION for Ctojmtry Client, tnd Viilton. . . TBB S* BEST BBANDS jot L...
Electioneering Speeches. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Electioneering Speeches. Tho following lettor has been re ceived by all the affiliated nowspapors in tho Oonntry. Press Association, and is on the same lines as published in a prcricniB.iflsao of oar journal Re 'Eiamt Meetiso. Sir, — In order to procuro as wido an expression of opinion as possible -v. on povcral important _raatto,r3, loft ?; over tor nxecniivo action oy last .-wwi; Conforenco, and particularly iu ro* gard .to press restrictions imposed'by . -'1 ^.v£[ tha.Commonwealt'h Electoral Act, it has been decided1, to invito every pressman in Sydney this Eastor 'to ^ atteud 'u mootluK- Bt'^-hju'utr5~-I-rwi- ? ? Chambers, 178 Castlereagh- Street, at 10.30 a.m. on Easter Saturday, f March 22nd, 1913. \ It might interest you to know that membors of tho Victorian Provincial - Press 'Association have decided : '*r ' Thai Is per inoh bo charged for ij, 11 tho. publication 'of tho reports of ^ ' ali-ppmmpnwcalth Election moot* I 'ibgs, and that same'. bo' classified | ' as advortisom...
The Liberal Party's Programme. [X.] Section 11.—Health. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
the Liberal Party's ' Programme, r (Contributed Article.) | [X.] . , Soction 11.— Health. 1. Providing that cohfltant . and .. ayatomutic . caro and attontion bo given to tho obi!dr life of tho Stato by-7»(a) Subsidising trained hospital and midwifery nnrsea through tho friondly societies, in tho country dis* triots through tho public hospitals] (b) Tho establishment of dopots furnished with a.slafE.that would bi . availublo for advice to young mothers. and tho home tnsfcction of all yonng iufauts.and whbrq'snpplies of milk and infant foods could bo obtained. ? 2. Tho establishment of spccial hospitalfl fpr tho.trcatmcnt of.spccifio fovora aud mfcctioua caacs. 3. Tlio cst^jjialmient of a spccial Board, whoso fnnction wonld bo to' license hospitals to approyo of their increase or dccrcaso or removal, and tp allocate their. proportion of Govern* mont subsidies. *i. Providiiig.for tho inspection of immigrants before leaving England to muiimUo tho risk of. importiog tuberculous subjects...
Tooth Growing in Horse's Ear. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Tooth Qrowlnir In Horse's EarH Mr. Furnoss, late stock inspector, extraotod a tooth this week from tho butt of a iiorso's ear. Tho horse be longed to a Mr. Cox, a Gloucester farmer, who took tho ammal to Mr. Furaess to have the lump removed,. «uu noo latuui otupuw.i nuvu iuiu it was a tooth. Mr. Ferness states that this is tljo second timo ho lias seen a tooth taken from bohind a Iiorso's ear. Ho is forwarding tho tooth to Professor Douglas Stewart,' of Sydney Univoiflity. — ' Unit laud Morcnry.'
Land Business. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Land Buslnoss. ' Crown leaso area No. 415, county Naudownr, 'parish Conyah, land dis trict Xajrabri, about 345a., annua! rent £2 10s 4d, survey 'feo £3 5s, availublo 24tb March, 1913. Set tlement purchoso farm ,Tibborconab. Farm No. 40, portion 454, area 9ii., I mile from Nnrrabri, capital value £14-1, t 1 £1G por acre, deposit £7 4s. Availnblo 10th March, 1913. Settlement purchase farm, Tibber- : eonnh, No. 11.73. Farm No. -40, j portion 454, forfoited this day, avail- 1 able ou aud aftor 10th Match, 1913. | Tho following areas have boon ap- 1 plied for : — A. Jackson, 150a. a !, I county White, parish Capp, on 28th | February'; C. Kolaher, 510a, a 1,- 1 county Jamison, parish Weotn Waa, ! ou 27th Fobruary. A. R. Holcombe j Holcombo applied for tlireo special - looses, each area 320a. -iu county Denham, parish Katambono. *? . , ; - ^