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A Daughter Shoots Her Father. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

A Daughter Shoots Her Father. SYDNEY, Monday. A foarful tragedy occurred at Shell Harbour yestorday, whon^WaU | ter Sooly was shot dead with a dotiblo bnirellod gun by hit daugh« I lor Kntiu, aged 15, who was subso* I qucntly arrested nnd charged with wnwi moruor. It is alleged that Seely returned , homo yosterday and threatened to murder tho wholo family, and that tho gun exploded whilo Katio was ondeavoring to^securo .it from tho. deceased.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. Yass Election. WOOD AND FITZSPATRICK HOWLED DOWN. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Telegrams. Yass Election. WOOD AND F1TS5PATRIOK HOWLKD DOWN. N ? SYDNKV, Monday. . Messrs^ Wood and Fitzpatriok wcro howled down 'at Ynss on Saturday night. Pandemonium ruled for an hour.

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

NABBABltl. L. Ciiiuerou, run out r ' G. Orman, b S. Eather ' ... D8 '' ? G. Neal, b Ward ' . . - J B. GtJjWVta, »M; Gilib, b Fitigoraid 10 - O. n illiaus, b Ward ?' ?? ?» . ? ? U. Kidd, b. 8. Eather ? - t ,'ja - B. O'Neill, o Fitzgerald,' b- Eather 2 B. EayrCoopor, b Stork. - ~ i -' ' J. Butlor; b Stork ... ? ? ? - - 7. W. Magill, b S. Eather 2 ? \\ . Duncan, ... ? ' . ' Sundrios ? ... 'I.I ^ -20 - Total... „r : V.. .... 105 ^ WALLAH v. TABBIAEO, : A match bolwcon tho abovo* teams' was jilajod on -tlio Walkli-wicketou thoJdrd February, and resulted in a ? win for tho homo team. Scoros . TARRIAliO. F. Wilkinson, run!pufc-i,. .'v'-ao'' A. Noble, b J. Fitsgorald ' ' 17 ? F. Noble, b J, Fittgorald ,,. ' 'I G. Wllklnsbn, run out ' : 'J, XV larW\ \Jr' S'wwid'b Eather 13 V. W. Smith, b M. Fitzgerald '4' ' 1 '? — G. Noblo, b M. Fitigerald ? - J '? A.I'orter, riot out ? :'-V : ' W. Goorjjo, l.bw., bS. Eather Z- : 0 ?' J. Speanng, run out ? ... ' ? Suudriea ... . ,v ' ^3 . ? ... ... 110;

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

Cricket. NARRABRI v. WALLAH. Probably tbe most exciting match over played this season in tbo local competition, took plfiCe on Collins' Park wickot on Satuvday last. Wallah had first kuock and their tally reach ed an even 100, of which S. Father 34, C. Stork IS, and A. Eather 18, weio responsible for 70. But what Wallah lacked iu tho batting thoy mado up for in tho field. Every man was a trior, and with a little moro lock thoy woald havo certainly bcateu Narrabri. Tbo local batsmen wcro repeatedly in difficulties. With soven wickcts down Narrabri required 10 runs to win. Tho scores woro level whou tho eighth wickot foil. The ninth foil withont any alteration. Duncan was tho last man. Tho Wal lah fieldsmen crept in closoly to savo a short ruu. Duncan put the wood ou to two balls without saccoss, but tho third ho sont flying across tbo field for three, and thus won tho match amidst tromondnoua excite ment. With tbo addition of but tvro moro to tho total tho match was iill over, and Na...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country J's.P. Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 March 1913

Oountry J's.p. Wanted. ? ' -Another list of gontlomcu raised to tho dignity o£ Jnstico of tlic Ponco will bo luaaod during tho uoxt fow lyooksi. Wo (JIudgco, ' Qaaiaiau') think tba.t tlio Govci'iiiiiGiit jiliuukl £-yo, sonous consideration : to%_ the '?'V* , '4'l'UIMling men iu outlyiucr * pavtfl i of tho. district to^tho Bonoh. At..tbo proBonfc tinjo: tho towns aro over8oliipg wit), J'Kj'., w|uIo, Ii, tIio mnutry, roflKlonts'lmvo oftentimes to travol 80 or 40 miles to'tlinvo docu montB proporly atteatccj. ? Tho rural

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

? WALLAH r ? 11 Oibbs, b II. WilkliuHrti ' - ' '?'» ' ' I 8. Eather. b G, Noblu s B J. KennilT, b H. WilUauis ? t« ?' H - ' I A. Phinps, b Smith . | 1. Htaa., Ii.o.w., b Suillli ... - ? 'if 1 I , b-y- Smith .7, ? I . I f d*tforold, 0 Gwrge, b Brnitii - . -0 1 l.heuniff, notout';.. y';„ *:tv.. -:I '- I Suudriea ? ' vll- 11 ? I ?. i' 1

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

? Glassw&ro, Electroplate, Eaamolwaro, Bardw&ro and Cr«)ckurywaro juat landed and aarkod down to bedrock prices for tbe Xinia teaion. ? HingBroi.* Just landed,', a; largo; consignment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoos for tbo Xmas sunson A spoqial discount of 10 per cent. of! a»ua prloos. . Hin'g Bros.^ : INDDSTEIAL . BLtND ' OF N.S.W., '.'Williaui St., Sydrev— Tho Mnnn^or wltboB to Thimk'tho public of Narrabri for tbeir annual support to tbo abovo Instltu tionirv :.'v ' '?{ ??? H* IIBDUEB, Manager.

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. ' Have you yet tasted Wickuler Beer? THE German Lager Beer on Draught. . If Not, Call at Thurlow's Hotel, or Grand Central Hotel. Do Yottf Shopping at KIRKWOOD'S. Highest Grade Goods at Lowest Possible Prices Sporting materials of all Descriptions in StocK KIRKWOOD'S, ? PO. I. 'Pboni* No. P !-? A ItltABRI. BOOMERANG BRANDY. HOOWERANQ I. the ORIGINAL BRANDY. Iu. NEVER BEEN .EQUALLED by any other Auiualian JlranJy ll Is held in ihe E«teem by the .Medical I'lolesdon. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO be HIGHEST GRADK Tolucco by ihr fjinniu lircn-T. O Wllllamt Company, Vnninnij. U S.A Althougb the most Ki|-«n*ive Toairco pnvlucrJ. it it -o!.l t ? ibr public at tbe same pilce u nfeiior (puliiiet ; THROGMORTON WHISKY. . Ih* now become one of tbe MOS T I'OI'UI.Mt DramN or Whitky on Ibe market. Owing lo its Mr.KiTS anil PCRITV OK OcMUTV, THROGMORTON I N$E TRIED MECOMEd THE FAVORITE. ' STIRLING ' SEWING MACHINES A Hlffh-Grado Domostle Sowing Machmo at IIjH ihe 1'iiceof ibe 'limc.Pjyment ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

UP NIGIIT AFTER NIGHT. 'When my children Rita and Robert, had crouu. I was up night after night with thorn and was quito worn out,' writes Mrs. Annie Tempi®, U- Albort-stroet, Brunswick, ;VIctoria. ' I triod different modiclnos But they did thorn no good. . Then, on tho ad vice of a friond, I triud Cluunbotlain's Cough Remedy, and it provod a good friond to mo, for it giavo thom instant ' relief.' Bold by all Chemists and Storckoonoos.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sand in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Sand in Horses. The Department of Agriculture was lately osked for somo. information about tho nbovo troublo, and tho reply fur nished by tho Chief Inspector of Stock was 'in this wise — 'TCcro is no special literature . ou tho subpcct of hund in horses, ^ut reference may bo mado .to Smith's 'Veterinary Hygiene' page 101, where it is stated that gravel und sand aro taken up aud frequontly accumulate in tho great colon, as tho result of feed ing on dirty grains, and colic, enteritis, and impaction nro i« consequenco vpry; common. Tho auimaLi also tako sand into tho system, when grazing on sandy country, especially in tho feed is very | short. As' regards treatment, tho fol« ; lowing drench might 'ho given iu such cases—' Tinctiiro of belladonna loz., well mixed with I to 14 pints of linseed oij, according to tho siao of the unimal. In addition to this, copious injections [of warm water- and soap nrc of much valijo/ and tho addition of 4oz. of castor oil to each injoction gives ^ exco...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEE WAA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

WEE WAA. On Friday last, Mr. C. H. Hodsou, Natuoi Shiro Clork for tlio past six years, serered his connection therewith, and, per tho afternoon train, left for Moree, en route to his uew position as clerk of Woodburn Shico, tbo head con ... „f af f'„rr,v; Pr«rioua to his leaving, ho was farcwefled at tho local I.O.O.F., M.U., Lodge, of which he had bocn a prominent member, and tbo brethreu presented him with a suit of regalia iu case, suitably engraved, or rather, we should say, tho brethren havo ordered tho regalia to bo tor warded on to be prcscnt«-d to him r by iho Coroki Lodge, on behalf of tho Loy al King Edward members. Wo sincere Iv l,nrwt t!„. Cnrulti i^itinn will nrovo all that Mr. Hodgson could wish, and lu- leaves Woo Wun with tbo best wishea of its citizens fur hit happiness aud COPPLESOX LIMITED. Tho registration of Copplcson Lira iti-O is announced, nnd entered upon its n?w regime on tho 1st initanf. i'he Company will retain the services of Sir Copplcson, as managing d...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reminiscent of the Breelong Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Reminiscent of the Breelong ' ''Blacks. ' Thero pnsed away, at Summer Hill, near Cassilis, recently (says tho Orange 'Leader'), Mrs. Mary McKay, . relict of tho Into Alox. McKay, who was cruelly dono to death by tho Blacks (the Gover nors) at Sportsman's Hollow. Ulan, in in 1000. ' Tho lato Mrs. McKay neraelf carried to her gravo' a mark which sho received from a blow frqm Jimmy'CJov'-. crnor. At tho timo. tho wound caused Mrs. McKay considoriablo troublo, for parf of the skull waa ' fractured qt ^ho tewplo an'd ncc^sitaWd ttiny . trips to soo the doctoral' ' Tho' deceased had passod tho allotted span of .throo scora year's and ton, and lately had beon hav ing very p9or hoalthi lior. longs giving hoV'tovftli t/o'bbifl.' r'' * v.:;

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. COLLARENDABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Diotrlot Hows. COLLARENPADHI. Jlr. \V. p. Smilli, contractor lor tho Mogil-Gooiidoobiuio moil, met with » scriotu accident on Saturday nt Ooon dosUtlio. It .com. ho into . pad dock to get l.i. mail horM* about ll ^?clock i» '''VT'^„rl',Ution l5Xiu5^««-i«fc«to-^«'n jomcono noticcl hh coach iu tho «hcd and tho bap and parcels therein. A sosrch was tlivn tnado Mtd Mr. Smith I found about 3 o'clock in tho altcr *1,0011 lying in tho bush unablo to moro, his horse having put its foot in ono of tlio numerous rabbit burrows and turned turtle, evidently falling on its rider, _i.„ tta« in n bad way, his left «ido bo ing paralvscd. Ho was brought to Col Urcndabri on Saturday night and is now under tho caro of Dr. Robertson. We bopo to hoar of his speedy rocorery. Mr. Brav, of 'Buknlla,' Moongulla, one of the new Western sottlers, has uot bad very good luck sinco his arrival in tlio district. Ho has been in indifferent hvftUh ever since his arrival, tho hot climate apparently not agreeing with ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Wool and Produce Reports. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Association, viz., Australian Slcrcantilc, I^ttid and Fiimnco Co. Ltd., -101)11 Bridgo and Co. Ltd., Dalgcty and Co. Ltd., Goldjborough, Mort nnd Co. Ltd., Har rison, Jonc* and Devlin, Ltd., Hill,, 1 Clark aud Co. Ltd., Now Zealand Lo&u -...1 A™nr.f Pn. Ltd.. l»n». tornl Fiimnco As-iocintion Ltd., Pitt, Son, and Dodgery Ltd., Schuto, Bell nnd Co. Ltd., and Winchcombo, car son, Ltd.— Report, ou March 1.— WOOL. A very strong demand prevails for all grades of wool, but availablo siupplics aro limited and restrict business, l'lto first of the autumn shorn wools is io hand, nnd some further small parcels will probably bo included in tho April auctions, but tho bulk of tho autumn shorn wooli will be marketed in Alay. The outlook for wool geucrally is excel lent, and cabled advices from Englaud state that values aro cxpected to im prove at tho next London scries, especi ally for crossbred*. Meauwhilo a very quiet time is ah...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Census Family Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Census Family Figures. Iu tlio section of Statist Kuibbs' lat est Census Bullutiu dealing with wives who aro mothers of. Australian citizens 49 are quoted as having had families numbering 21 and over; thero are 27- with 20 children ; 49 with 10 ; 130 with 18 i 271 with 17 j 074 with 10 ; 1380 witlr 15; 2743 with 14; 5308 with 13 j 0320 with 12; 13,478 with 11; and 20,220 with 10. ' j Now South Wulcs Datives top tho list in families of 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, llj and 10. , Tlio sad features of tho table is tho great number of women who havo borne only ouo child. Thero woro 105,010 of them— tho highest number of all. Noxt , comcs KM ,253 women with accredited | births of two children ; and of a total of I 733,773 wives, 80,004 had rocked no j cr°dlo. , \

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Free Forms In the Territory. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Free Farma In the Territory. The Miuister for Extornal Affairs has completed arrangemouts for mak ing available 20 freo farms iu the Northern Territory. These farms rauge in area from 911 acres to 3000 profitable for mixed farming. Tho blocks aro situated iu tho County of Palracrston. No rent will bo charged for the period of tho snccessful ap plicant's life, or for 21 years from tho commoncomont of tho lease ? which even may provo the longer poriod. Tho Land Classification Board, after that will appraise tho valuo of tho land for rental purposes and re-appraisement may bo made every 21 years. Applications must reach the Minister for External Affairs boforo May 1st next.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Show. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

The Show. The Auuaal Show will tako place tho days advertised. Tho committee is to bo congratulated upoa tho very comploto arrangements, and the gen eral public are deserving tho bighe&t commendation for tho loyal way they uave stuck to the committoo. The show promises to bo as good as any previous ouo. Tho outvies aro equal to thoso of last year, while tho attrac tive portion, the juuipiug, is more largely represented than last yoar. Given good weather with a few days rain in botweeu our show should be well patrouised. It is tho annual meeting place of old frieuds, so do not fail to put in an appearauce. 9

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Turks Routed. ATHENS, Sunday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Turks Routed. . ' ATHENS, Sunday evening. I .-'.^Auengjagexuent took place.ot Molista, .. north of - Jnmna,. Hi -Albania, botweou ' ' the dreek -tboops and' the Turks. Tho- latter . fled, leaving ISO prisoners in- tho hands of the Grooks, livered a counter attack. - . ? This was unsuccessful, aud tho Turks i woro again routed. ? ?? i Tho- Turks lost 112' killed, but tbo i Greek ? casualties wero small, only fouri . being woundod. I

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tried to Stop a Runaway. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Tried to Stop a Runaway. A man uantcd Patrick Joseph O'Brien met with a dreadful acci dont on Snturday morning in Byron stroet, Inverell. Ho was attempting to stop a runaway horeo attached to a sulky belonging to J. Scagrott, nnd K-W«VJ-I.U up liUUI UUUUU IUU BUIkJT. Jast an ho caught tho animal o col lision took place with a sulky coming in tho opposito direction. Tho shaft piorccd O'Brien's abdomen, causing terriblo injuries, to which ho sac cutubedonMouday moning. O'Brien was a residont of Bukkulla, 17 miles from Inverell, and was in town with a bullock waggon. Ho loares a wifo and two children.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROSPECTS OF PEACE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

? PROSPECTS OF PEACE. _ LONDOV, Sundt/ 1 -The prospects ot peace nro increasing. ??It is understood that Turkoy proposes to entrust lier cause to the Powora un .condit^nally.*- . ? Tewfik'Pasha'and-Rifaat Paslm have oxpreasod Turkey's desiro for mediation to -tho VnttslLand Frenc'i Foreign Of ficesrespectiVtily.-

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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