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Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Ftro. . ! On Thutsday night tho Albion Su^v . Mills, owned by Messrs. Johnstone', aud Coventry, nitnated iu tho Pilliga Scrub, nbont 20 miles from West - Narrabri, woro totally destroyed by j tiro. Theso wcro looked npou as be- ' ing practically tho most up-to-dato in j tho district and woro insured for £1400 in tho United Insuranco Coy., | which amount is only a fraction of | what tho loss will bo . to the fiim. i Tho origin is unknowu.
Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
, ?Presentation; . ilr, David Berry, who has boon assistant master at tho Narrabri I District School for tho past three j | years, has buou transferred as first I assistant to Tamworth District I School. During his stay iu Narra- 1 bri, 3!r. Berry has takeu a. vory keen I iutorest iu the School of Arts, of j which institution ho was a most ! successful honorary secretary, nnd j tho local hmnifnl. nf wlnnti I tion ho was avery active committee man. Ho also took a lively interest iu tho boys of tho school, each year haying^ given instruction in tho swimming .class, paying particular 'attention .to first aid to tho appar ently drowned, for proficiency in which bis pupilB were always suc cessful in obtaining the Lifo Saving Association's medallions nnd cortifi catos. Tbo pupils of tho boys* class took tho opportunity of presenting him with a smokur's cabinet as a token of their ostee*. Tho girls' swimming class was under tlio super vision of Mrs. Berry, acd tho pupils of this class pros...
[Eclipses in 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
lEcllpsos in 1013. During this year there will bo the unusual occurunco of two total eclipscs of the moon, both of which will bo visiblo in Australia. The first of theso will bo visiblo. ou March 22. Tho total plmso will last for au hour and a half commencing shortly after 9 p.m. Tho second lunar ecliso will bo on September 15tli, and the total nlinso will bo of oxaotlvMho snmn duration ns tho first; aud will corn* monco just after 10 p.m. During tho year there will bo three partiul eclipses of tho sun, on April 7th, September 1st, and Soptombcr 30th. -Nono.of theso will bo risible iu Aus tralia. . ,
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Pollco Court. [ On Saturday morning befoj-M^lr. j W. L. Uavif, J.P., Ja*. O'Conno^iu j I charged witli stealing 15 sheep, the ! ' property of Angustus Illchnrd Pike, ; on tho iJdth February. Mr. J. SI. i McDonald appeared for the defondnnt I who was romnuded till Tuesday, j Bail allowed self jC-10and one surety I at £10. /
Finger-Prints. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Fingflf-Prliils. Officora of Criminal Investigation Departments maintain that theoreti cally no two finger-tips iu the* world will mako identical prints; and that, anyway, of the 300,000,000 inhabi tants of China (whero, ages upon ages ago, tho finger print 'waa nsed as a signature to all docu ments) no two of thom can - mako on exactly similar print;'- with fiugor, thura, or too. Consequently, if, when seareliiug for ovidenco for tuv |fu*|«fau u» hwiuuib re- ticular person with a gtven crime, a fiugor-print id fonn.d, anilsubseqQont* a porson cau bo diecovoccd tho print of whoso fiugor corresponds exactly with it, tho ownor of that finger must bo the portion sought for. It sounds all right. Well, recently, thero waa a murder committed iu llelbouruo, abd tho ouly scrap of ovidoilcu tho criminal investigation authorities had to work upon was a finger-print ou tho ^utfiido of tho wiudow df .'tho room in which tho murder Svns'per petratedi On tlio strongth' 'of 'that fipgor-pvjnt a man...
A Municipal Squabble. THE MAYOR "TAKES IT OUT." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
A Municlpal SQuabblo. THE MAYOR ' TAKES IT OUT.' . At thoFarramatta Police Court on Monday, Alderman White, Mayor of Bankstowu, was charged witH'aa saulting Alderman Huetou;, .Tho charge arose out of the selection of Mayor for tbe ensuing year. Alder-' man Huston made rofcrcnce* to Al derman ^^^lito,8 domestic affairs; whereupou tho latter struck- Lira several times.- Tho caso was adjour ned from... last weok, Mr. -Maitlaud tlien _ warning complajuaut s counsel (Mr.» Levy), who wstatefi- oW iutro duoipg cortaiu- .matter luto the caso. Defendant- admitted tbb assault, but under strong' provocation, and* 'tlio magisttiito imposed d nominal- fide of Os/or imprisonmeut 'until tlio rising of the court. ' . ' j/ Alderiimu lluatou : What' about costs. - . . Mr. Maitlaud : No costs altowod; , .- Aldeviuuu llustun : I protest. ?: J. .Mi-.'Muitland (sovorcly)i': Sit down; or-you will get into trouble. Mayor Wlnto olectod to ' tako it out,' und as tlio coiu't rosc i'mmedia toly^' bo was only -...
Big Gas Strike. SYDNEY THREATENED WITH DARKNESS. JUDGE HEYDON'S WAGES DECISION. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Big Gas Strike. SYDNEY THREATENED WITH DARKNESS. I JUDGE HEYDON'S WAGES j DECISION. I SYDNEY, Friday. Practically nil tbo men employed ot tho North Shoro Gas Company's works went ou strike at midnight. Although it is not known deliuitely what caused tho stoppage, it i» under* stood that tho fact of tho Arbitration Court reusing to sit ns a wages board to vary the present' agreement had something to do with it. Tho Trades Hall othctals maao a strong effort to get tlio strikers to return to work tfiin morning, but with out avail. LATElt. It it definitely stated that tho men's, actiou is duo to Judgo Heydon's de cision in tho Indubtriul Court yester day. Mr. Kavanngh, M.L.C., Secretary ol tho Lal-our Council, aud Sir. Mole, As sistant Secretary to tho Gas Employees' Union, hnd a lengthy conference with tho Manager nnd Secretary of tho North Shoro Gas Company, aud urged that a Wnges Hoard should bo immedi rtely constituted to consider tho men's rennet for an ndditionnl shilling per day ...
Still Unsettled. THE PREMIER WILL CALL ON CITIZENS. TO MAKE GAS. GOVERNMENT PROTECTION GUARANTEED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
Still Unsettled. ? THE PREMIER WILL CALL ON | . V CITIZENS.- ? -v.-. I .TO MAKE GAS. ?.??? ? GOVERNJIENT PROTECTION GUARANTEED. SXDNEY; Jloiiday: THe.gas atrikp is still nnsuttlod.: I. Tlio Cabiuct hold ft lengthy meot: ing yoatoidayw nnd anbHequuutly tlio l'roiuior, stated tliat unless , work was roiiuaiod by ilio omployees before two o'clock tills afternoon 'the terms sub mitted by Mr. Carmichael on Satur day nlteruooQ would bo withdrawn.. -1 ? The Government will at ouco, by proclamation^ call ou all members ot tho cotumuuity to aasist#in ouvuimuj, j ii supply ol gas by performing ' tlio work necossary to obtaiu tlio same at tlio current rnto. of wages, Ulid full protection. will be- provided by tbo Government. '' Mr. McGowou says, us 'licad of tlio Goverinnont, lie calls upon tlio uiou to foturn to work beforo ttio oxpira tiou ot tlio time mentioned, becauso tlio wauts of tbe committeo^-cau't bo lotif^ postponed. ^ . Tlio Socrctary of the .Gas ^ Lrn ployoes Unioii blames'Jlr. Ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
v PUBLIC NOTICE. CHAUFFEUR, dWonpgod, do own ttil- 1 canlslng anil running repair*. Cotiu try pri-torred. Apply 'CHAUFFEUR,' w ^ ' Courier' Offico. ? — i TO UUll.UEKS. Tcn-l«« will bo ro- _ received up to Hth March, for tlio putting in of Nuw Shop Front, Maitlnn'l ►troot. Plant nu-l «pocificnlionn nmy l-o seen with II. V. Muuiford, Esq., or with tho undersigned, with whom tender* must Ihi lodswL J. F. O'Cotuwr, ArvhU-Mt. ~ Phoenix CRamlx?™, Inverell. j To Let. A VISE SHOP, situated in a central position iu Maltland-Btrwit, lately known as tho Empire Bakery. Thc«n pro- I Juia-H liftto jmt boon thoroughly nmovatcd ti n it it voutnin two shop*, licxxl dwelling x accommodation. New reHabta Baiter's tc Ofeti nnd New Stable*. To runt from March lit. Apply to J. McCUTOIlEOS, *1 - . A«w,nt- ; ? ? ? — 8 For Sale. J HANDY NARRABRI. n SHEEP, mixod eoxoo, iNtonth, p O W -Forr old wothen. Shorn Oc» _ Lor, very good condition, good wool get ter*, good lioo young sheep. .Prico, lis 3d. . Further p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913
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