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Food Commission. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Food Commission. SYDNEY*, WedHesHiiy. Evidonce was given in favor of ma chine milking beforo the 'Food Commis sion yesterday. It was cloimod tbat machines had done valuablo work in doing away with child labor and were cleaner than hand milking.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-Stats Commission. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Inter-State Commission. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Knibbs, Commonwealth Statis tician, and Mr. Miller, of Sydney, Col lector of Customs; are mentioned as probablo members of tho' Inter-State Commission.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. Gas Strike. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Telegrams.. Gas Strike. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Tho gas striko continues. Tho execu tive or tho labor council has iauicd a minute deprecating tho extension of the of tho strilco to other trades. They pay that by localising tho trouble, tho gas men will bo hotter able to continue the fight. Tho dispute bos now resolved itlelf into a utrngglo between tho gas companies anu lueir men. w uhuvi stood that thoro will bo plenty of free labor availablo to-day. Tlio United Builders' Laborers' Asso ciation condemn tho decision of. tho Government to protect free labor. All negotiations between the men nnd tho companies have been abandoned. Mr. McGowen says that tho labor movement approved of tho arbitration principle, tnereforo it is the duty of tho Govern ment to euforco it universally. Tlio undcrgrads will meet to-day to arrange matters in connection with offering their services to tho gas companies. Technical Collogo students aro also of tho samo mind.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wheat Strike. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

~ Wheat Strike. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The general situation with regard to j tho whoat striko at Darling Island un- | derweut no material alteration yester day; ? i

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Ministers Policy Speech. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Ministers Policy Speech, SYDNEY, Wednesday. Tho Federal Minister has started a series of cabinot councils to prepare a I programmo for tho Primo Minister's I policy spooch. Limitations will prob ably be placed on tho aspirations and activities of tho Government if amend ments to tho Constitution aro not ac cepted.

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Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Licensing Court. Chufl. Wall applied for oxtonsion op ?tinio to build a kitchen— threo months 'granted. John Thom was granted a renewal ol ?liccnae. Hk placo Svm. ussossihI afj £300.end. tlio liconso foo '£40. ' . j

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Police Court. Ou Tuesday morning, beforo Mr. A. 0. Butler, P.M., tho case against Jas. O'Connor was adjourned till Thursday, ? owing to defendants solicitor 'having I important business elsewhere. i Two country parents wero fined 1/- J each and 6/- costs, for not sondinrr thnir I children to school tho specified number of days. In both cases, the children had five miles to go to attend school. Tlio P.5L. remarked that it seemed to him that 'tho peoplo' 'who did make an effort to send 'their children to school, wore'prosecuted, whilo thoro wore oth ors wTToJbover send their children to sclinnl uni ' Gordon Langworthyfploaded guilty to 'riding ou tho train' without a ticket, froni Gtinnodah. It .was stated accused w»» found undor a scat, and that two felow travellers fried -To disguise his whereabouts by placing portmanteaux, overcoats, and a baR of chaff in front of him. Tho maximum fino was asked for. Tho P.M. imposed a fino of £ 2 or 21 days, aitd wanted to know why tho aiders and ...

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Farmers and Settlers. WEE WAA BRANCH. RECEIVING POLITICAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

Farmers and Settlers. WEE WAA BRANCH. RECEIVING POLITICAL NOM JNATIONS. A meeting of tho Woo Waa bracoh was hold on Saturday afternoon, to consider matters political. ^Aftor formal business, the* Secrotary, Mr. Brown, eaid that ho had rocoivod fivo ! nominations, four of whom' woro resi dents of tho oloctorato, willing to go : to tho ballot for Bolection to represent tro Couutry Ifarty at tho State eloc I tions. He was glad to acq so many, | and ho personally had used ovory ; endeavour in getting thoso nomina I tions.- so that he particularly hoped that tho meotitig would endorse thom and send them on to tho Distriot Council to bo dealt witn. Tho nominations wore : — Cameron, Bobort, Grazior, Pidgeo, Millie. Canniug, Thomas Alexander, Graz ier, Ericton, Nowloy. Gilmour. G. J.. rotlrod farmer. Chatswood. Holcombo, Walter Wtllii m Richard Grazior, Weeta Waa, Woo Waa. Underwood, Thomas, Former and Grazier, Weo Waa. . Mr. BolLmoved, seconded'. -by Mr. Laugby,' thut the five nominations ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

.?;*» NEVER FELT better! i 'i T,!rily,rt wltl1 P»l' inmy Jiead aou often had to leave off work ' sava M!i» E. E. Foster. 65 Iffla. fit.. South Hal. bourne, Victoria 'I tried morjthluK. butthohOAdftchesworalusfcasbad.. Thsn T\rqk-1.6t ,Chamber!aln'« - Tablets and ?thought! would try thorn. ? /Tho first few ?doeos made a different woman' of mo and a cour»j wmplstely ourod ma. : I take Ciiam ?berlalnV Tablets' ocoasionally, and never' 'ftlt-'better thaalT'do' now,' Sold bv all CIusmlttuM BtokMefari. , ?'?iU

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

RU^OlIATiaai IN HACK AND LEUS . ' ^Fjoiir. yeart-I havo suffered frym rhaqmatlli^ in th» back aod leg*,' writes1 ?i' S* i , ?8' Storokeopor, Outton, B.A., and have found Chamborlahi's Puiu Balm tho only thing that will rollavo me I havo found it a most offeotivo euro* for Uko it for,

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P.A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

P.A. and H. Association. A committee meeting was held at Gctt's Hotel on Tuosday, at 3 p.m. Present — Pr. Park (chair), Messrs. E. Sattler, McHalfic,- Meppem, Hip per, McAliaier, Brako, R. Smith, Phillins. Bcnlc. Mackenzie. Lovav. Coatcs,- R.- Brown, Wyatt, McGill, Wall, and'XIou. Sec.- Smith.. Apolo gies were also, mado for Messrs. R. Shields, Brackcnreg, Watson, Blair and A. Gett. ' ? ' COHREgPOKDESXE. ? From H. Loeau. ro bis annoint mont as Fino Arts steward, which he was unable to fill/ It was decided that tho President and. Hon. Secretary approach MrJ Logau to mako arrangements for him to act. From Geo. Black, M.L.A., stating that it was unfortunate that the opening day of tho show would fall on tho day of tho opening of tho Federal Capital. Nevertheless, ho would .endeavor'' to arrange for Mr. Trofie's presenco, and- would attend himself with his wifo. ! Mr. MoAlister was appointed steward on the horticultural section, in lieu of Mr. Wilson. The Secretary announced thai the ' ...

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"Hey-Diddle-Diddle." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 5 March 1913

"Hey-Diddle-Diddle."   Mr. Stanley McKay has this year   eclipsed the last two years' produc- tions with his new and gorgeous pantomime ' Hey-Diddle-Didde (The Man in the Moon).' The company's   beautiful marquee will be erected on   the vacant location near the Town Hall. This year's strong combina- tion consists of 25 Metropolitan artists, and includes most of the old favorites, aud, some new English artists of repute. The mounting, staging, etc., will be on such an elaborate scale as never before at-   tempted outside a city theatre. The music will be catchy, the dialogue witty, the dresses and costumes gor- geous. There will be also a full orchestra; aud there will be some full ballets and choruses. New scenery has been painted specially for this elaborate pantomime, and includes "The Home of the Kangaroo," "A Village in the Balkans," "In the Moon,' and "The Great Ice Carni-   val at Mount Kosciusko." ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

. ?; ' PUBLIC NOTICE. DON'T WORRY! . ' * ? ' ????- ? ? ? ? .=ry:& V ...' JUST CONSIGN YOttfl .i. '' - ? ? * . . , . Fat Sheep and Cattle ? . ? ... to .. .. MAIDEN BROS, 91oore-St„ Sydney. ; . . Tlioy Give Consignments Personal Attention. '? T-V-- V . ? . ' ;JHE^ 1 ? WL NoraorebtdlyrisenilniiigestibleScoflt#, ^ ^ V ? 'BJA ' Cites, ft c.;' by using Dr.Wauch's , BH ' ? Baling Powder these hive a crisp* H WL knda'whpletomeneu that give £ ?? . |g| to added ple*»ur« to every ? M- ~ ' ]ff B g|j meal, uid. at the same time fl I a DSXLCY LADIES' COUEOB.— A Elgbdau Tloirdlug 6-boo! (or Voting Ladie!, I —ft' aader t!nlr. Teachers, »ltb Home Tralnln* a/tl Home Comforts. The-Collega I ? ?? ? . it ctMrmlDstj situated io Iti o*a nark-llle croundt on the heights o! Better. I ^C- Sidney; ALL UNIV. 'AND MUSICAL KJAMS. LAKOE BUILDINGS IOVER *1 TRr- -0 ROOMS) ««l EXTBS8IVE PLAVOBOCSDS. Girts hate a mother'! care ' , ? I ' ill under the persoaal attention of Mrs.Fersrutt. Special attention to th...

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

tslegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. Tho Secretary of the Board of (iMlth I giving evidciico bofore the Food Com- I miMion with rcgarda to the milk mj ply, fnvorod the. retention of the present j standard, ? . ' I Tho allotment of buraaries upon re sults of examination for qualifying cer tificates have now been completed/ A)1 available bursaries have been awarded. A bursary tenablo at the Boys' High School, Sydney, haa.been Awarded to Alexander Qlonn, of Narrabri. Tlio horse driver*' strike in Perth is ?till causing oxcitcmcnt. Tha. men de mand re-instatomenta of all strikers^ Tho Labor Council has odjourned tha Siacusaion of tho gas strike until tooior row nigbt, owing to farersblo preepccta of sottlement. It is understood -that tho men's representatives and the Min ister for Labor aro'agaln negotiating. ? It is said that both are confident the dispute will 'soon terminate on terms that will bo favorablo to 'both aides. The Gaa Company's representatives and tho strikers will confer with the ...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

PoiicQ Goiirt. Oa Thursday morning boforo Mr. A. 0. Batlor, P.M., Jfts. O'Counor was charged with stealing 3 shcop tho proporty of A. R. Piko, on tho 23th February, valuod at JCI -Is. ?: Mr. J. 31. McDonald appeared for tho defendant. . . Consfablo B/ottca deposed ?' -Know tho defendant. On the 29th Fobru- I nry I went to his fllnnghtor yards | about 0110 milo from Narrabri, in a : lauo off (ho Boggabri road. Hb was at tho yards vrhon I went thoro, and I saw nine shcop in & small killing pen. I noticed tbrco* ewes branded with a half trianglo over top of a P upsido down on tho sheop. I was on horsobnek and only a couple of yards away when I saw sheep. Defendant was lenniug on a rail looking towards tho shcop. I said, 'Whero did yon got tho thrco old owes ?' pointing iu tho direction of tho owes in pen. Ho said 'They aro ray old pots, I bavo had' them a long whilo.' I said, 'Aro you going to kill them ?' Ho said, 14 No, thoy aro my old coachors.' Mr. Packor was present at tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

Wanted otsryone to know that your money wUl go further at Krohn's. w by 1 Because tha prices aro the lowest In,. the Fookw^r 1|4«; .Ofpotito ttm Foifc 0^w.#

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Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

[?] LONDON, Thursdoy. . 1 no towers iiuvo informed tho Allies of Turkey's rcqucit for luodiatiou. 1 no Allies . bavo appealed that lu?y must consult together. It is expected that they willconseut, but insist on payment of an indemnity. '? Oiie hundred. Turks iu Cliitaldin.Yau out|»ost,' have been frozen, 00 porishtn'g.' Many of tlio survivors had to huvc tdeir limbs omputated.. ,'(»reut - Britain . has concluded \ tl\o agromoiit uuder which sho will be-nWc to build as many -l'arsovule aiahips as j she .wants, at 'ppocified payment. . , , j Karl*- Roberts says ihat.siuce M^usi, trolia and Now Zealand bav^ Jip preached homo dofottco on non-party lines, why cwinot . B.ritaiti -do tbo s^mof ; A great firt- in tho outlying; suburbs of Coito-deaLp-ye-L. 2oQ.. bouat??, jruiiay fivo.buudredaod twelvoiivea bave'Wn. lost.. Tho 'London TfaW-' states that tne Midland Railway 'Drectofjf* jiiivfi jnis Oiauag^l, abd that rtgardin^ tud'Rict qrdsou case, that bo should l»o retired. Tfa* goott reliof...

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Gas Strike. MOST NOT EXTEND. LABOR COUNCIL'S INSTRUCTIONS. MANIFESTO TO UNIONS. GAS AT NORTH SYDNEY. TURNED ON TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

Gas Strike. ?- - MOST NOT EXTEND. LABOR COUNCIL'S INSTRUC TIONS. . MASIPE^a'Td tJNIONS. I . GAS AT NORTH SrDNEY^C' TURNED ON TO-DAY. Tito freoworkors liavo done particu larly wull during tbo past 24 bours at, tbo North Sboro Gaa Company's vtovka at KeutraV 'Bay. A a a result, before 11 o'clock this morning twu holders wore filled, aud the third was thrco-parU full. So satisfactory was tho progross niado, aud bc well noro tho rocruited gangs working, tbat, tho directors (at a meeting held this morning), it was decided to turu the gaa on, and so roliovo tlio stress of thoir customer*. ' Mr. Morland, tbo genoral manager, iu making this statement to an 'Erouing News' ropertor, said they wero vory hopeful that they would bo nblo to kcop tlio supply going from this out. Asked if tlioro bad beou any ro« eponBO to his appeal to tho old hands ? Mr. MorJnud said it was early yet, but whether his offer was accepted or not, tho company would, ho be lievod, bo ablo to keop faith with tboir consu...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

CATHOLIC CHURCH. I fcuuday, March 0, Rellnta, Mass U a.m.; Evening Devotion, 7.80 p.m. Narrabri, Mass 7.30 and 10 a.m. ; Even ing Dovotion, 7.30 p.m. j-. Fr. Royuuue. CHURCH Of ENGLAND.. Sunday, March 0, Narrabri, U a.®:, and 7.30 p.m.; West Narrabri, 0 p.m. -;Rw. W. D.'ViHiors Roid, R.D. ;;- -rRESJYTERlAN CHURCH. » Sunday, .March 0, Jfarrali -I, H a!ity., 7.30 p.m.V coudycted by IleV. 'Fied^V/ ii. Fairey'(6f Syduoy). .

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LABOR COUNCIL'S MANIFESTO [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

LABOR COUNCIL'S MANIFESTO ' ; Tho Labor Council q^'.^ow South Wales, to;day, through i6j- executive, issued, a manifesto' to all other anions to refrain from taking .part in the gas. strike. The manifesto is.as.iol* Tows : — ? 'To Officers and Members of Affiliated Unions.— Dear Sir,— Bo dispute betweon tho gaa companies and tho Gas Em* ployees* Union. As you nro aware, the above dispute bos uow ' been in existence^ _bo_ far as tho ceasinir of worW is concerned, . for four. 'oays. Sovornt attempts to effect n settle* meut barb bceu made , without avail, aud tbdre . seems orery . likelihood of the{trouble lasting sonio timo. ; Wo, as'tlio. e.xecativq of the abovo council, t hcreforsjjde 0 m it advisable to issue tJiq .following , minute in connection therewith: — '* .'/That, .whilo wo as a council up pwiro.' of arbitoitioa as a means1 'of softling.iudnstrial disputes, and tho honoring- of iudnstrial. a(rreements, we have no sympathy with any party which takes udvantago of d technical...

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