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LOCAL AND GENERAL. LAPSED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

10CAV AND GENERAL, j. 1 WSLr^ ?? Owing to. tho want of a (juoruui tho usunl monthly hospital couiuittvc inoet hig lqpsed. .

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

OUR SHOW. I Wo would draw our readers' attcn-* I tioti (and the public general!}-), to tUo ' advertisements apfwariug in this issue. It mu*t W yratfyiug to tho Committoo to 5co sucli good entries, and no tako , thiii opiwrtuiiitv of urging thoso inter* este-)l to make a special effort and bring in their uxhibits. Thero ta usually a tendoncy for tlio 'weak hearted' ones to drop out, if they know there u likely to bo keen competition in any oue par* ticulnr class. This should not bo. If your exhibit is ftt* for a sliow, then it's the right of tho Cominitt«o to expoct yott.to go to a littlo trouble, and get tt on to tbo ground. As wo hare said before, tho Show Committee and others gtvo a lot of tlteir prlvuto time!- to , or gniiisiug nnd financing the Agricultural AKHocintiq||. It ia no monotary gain to them, nor do thuy :iit any,- way beuoiit ? by the holding** of a flliowV Thoir re u'nrd is that they h'nw fulfilled u public duty, and can.'claitn the right to bo termed, 'useful citzeu...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Button Bursters. RAINY DAY CAME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

Button Bursters. RAINY DAY CAME. Two young' attorneys (says tho Balti more NewsJ Woro talking in tho post office corridor tho othor day, and, one of thom said: * ' 'Jack, I'vo sworn off smoking. Sort of a Now Year -resolutidn, you know. I sttpposo you. havo takon somo jort *j i a pledge, ? hnvont you?' ? ' 'No,' replied his frieud. 'Not ono. 1 tri~l it Inut year and it failed.' 'How was that?'. ? 'Well, l-'havo always been a sort of spendthrift, 'as you know.1 So last Now Year's Day I said to myself, 'Jack, everyono qlso is making sotno sort of a resolution^ why not mako ono yourself?' So I resolved to savo up a littlo money for a roiny dny. That afternoon I placed a 10-dollar note carefully away, \and— tho next day.it rained.' * MIKE ROBE. . 'Bo mo loife,' exclaimed Mrs. Finni* gan, 'everything is blamed on tho Olxish nowadays.' . PhatVthfc matter now, Biddy?' , asked her husband. 'Phat is thoy a* blaming to us now?' 'Wud yes belaVo it, Pat? Thoy do bo sayin' that an Oirishman in t...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGALIA BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

- REG ALTA BALL. Tlio first grand regalia ball/undor Uie imnpicea of tho H.A.C.D.- Society will be .held jit the' Town Hall on Mondij, ?Maidi Dili 17th. First-class ritysic tjnd good- floor is guaranteed. See 'advt.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Polar Tragedy. THE FRIENDLY AID OF LAUDANUM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

Tho Polar Tragedy. THE FRIENDLY AID OF LAUD* ANUM. ^ ^ It is pretty certain that Scott's com* ? panions, ir tiot also Scott himself,' died with tho aid of morphea or laudanum in tho final hour wbun with ©very hope bereft, thoy faced the inovitahlo in the pale waste of dcuth at tho South Pole. , There 11 very ovidenco of this, in Scott's own itatomontu, and in the finds of the rescue party., , This use of morphia or laudanutii under certain circumstances is permif * f sable, and even advisable, aud is otto of': tlio reliefs from the pangs of death for which human nature is indebted to med ical science. Its uso instead of indicat* . ing cowardice, is yproof of truo heroism, . . / in tho circumstances in whioh the Scott Party found themselves, for it was no doubt dictated by a stirring affection of self sacrifice to relieve ono another from witnessing with excrutiating agony the throes of companions in tbo last* struggles with Death. First of alt, it is kuown that most explorers travel...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

v SCHOOL lNSP£OTIONi I Mr. E. Campling/ wIio BQs succeeded J Mr. Riley as School Inspector of this diotnct, js at prew'ut conducting the Uflual iuRpeetion of tho District School.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

? ? ? PUBLIC NOTICE ¥ Narrabri Show \ ? ? — 1913. — ? ? .1. ►♦♦♦♦«♦♦»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦.♦.».« i I First Day, TUESDAY, March 11. a TIl5 TABLE for King .Events will be , adhered to as strictly as the judging will permit A - and . Exhibitors MUST be prepared to come on. [1 qj at the time herein stated, D a ; ; bloods. ?-.,... fll : -Section A ' a.m. ' 1/ ' Clans'; 1.'— lft to H iucJadivo ^ 10.30 ? u ?; , - '' . HAOKNEYS. . _ . ? : '^stalliox- ... ? ? ?? u ?' . „ 5.-2— MARE ..V. ? H.5,' j : 0. — MAIIE (Aruiy. Romoutits) : -11.10~' JJ.- v 19.— PONV- STAliMON (not oxcoding . 18 \ ' . IL - V -' bands) . ...; ' 11.15' ? m ~-0. — MAItK, 11 Iiamis mid under (info&l) .11,20 \ . f, . -I. — WELSH .COB STALLION -.n r ;'^Vt, U.30 - V i- ..-37.38:— FOALS, by irirold^'^v:' --.on 35* ? ; A / „ 7.— list. HACK ? U4D -- 4! ' 3.— ll-t. HACK ' n 55 Hi j %:;ii »?9.-CUAMPION HACK lVj [ ? / » 10.-r-Unaer U.il or oror 15 bands, up to llat. 12-10 i \ 12.— LADY'S HACKNEV * ' 12,20 / ORAUQHT8. .11 39.— STALLIO...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tried Recipes. LEMON PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

Tried Recipes. LEMON PIE. . - .Beat with tho yolks .of four eggs, two tablespoousful of melted butter, four of sugar,, the juico and granted nnd of two lemons. 'Put into a paste and bake. Beat the-whites to a froth, adding two tablespoonsful of grated sugar. Spread 00 pics -vhcn dono. Put in ovon ior ..threo. minutes. (If liked sweet, leavo qtit'.ono lemon, aud add four table spoonsful of sugar). VEGETABLE. SOUP. Cut up ono large' .onion, one turnip, ono potato,' twoF tomatoes, and half 's dozen pods of okra j fry in butter uutil browu, turn into a' soup-kettle pour over two ouorts'of cold wator. Let'boil slowly onMiour, season with salt inid l-epper antTserve. POTj\TO RISSOLES. Press one ond one*half cup of um&lied potalies through a sieve, and season with a tablcspoohful .of butter/ salt,' caycnne- and colery salt, aud add either one-fourth 'teaspoonful miuccd parsley or tTiree 'tablespoonsful oi grated clieeso. Wllen cool, add tho yolk of oao egg and bread crdmbs, and fry...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

I. PUBLIC NOTICE. r Follow the Crowd ?; TO THE GREAT I fetrfSM ?' ? AT We^te's CaWh Store ff p; '. New Wheat! New Wheat! r To Wheat Growers ; — If you have not seoured'the best Prices f 'in the past, write to . \ 'LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., [ MarK Lane, Sydney, k- * Regarding your now crop. They aro admittedly tho loading Wheat Sales* . mon of tho Stato, with the biqgest local and Shipping conncction. Free ,\; Storago and Liberal Advances can bo arinnRcd. Stores Darling Island and City. l^me^er^lJ;g|3C3t Pfi0C8^ , ^^w^^gbargo'j. - ^ rs ? — BBW^a^m^Mggaiyfi inn murr' ''?n \mj7 We : the ? ? jg i-ROP- A LINE tO L^J! . EVERYTHING FOR Men's & Boys' Wear i I 481 to 490:GE0RGE STREET / ovnil C ^ ' 1 and 3 to 17 ROYAL ARCADE j' 0 1 U N C K Catalogue ot 120 pages and Pattern Books j | c (over 1,000 designs to choose from), 'self- S | -» measurement form and tape; forwarded - 0 post free. All orders, are carriage paid in I Australia. All measures once received are 9 .... registered and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 March 1913

Toaooer. (t6 ptipH. .wbo.-baS' just ^19hod' reading abont' an orphan What ia an orphan?' I*opil:,:' Ploaeej sir, ,1 don't' ktjow.' ?Toaober; V Wolj, what yoa bo, called if yon.,had,.tho miBTortuno to Iobo yonr .fathor' and niothor f- J Papil (triumphantly) : » Oh ! tthon I'd- bo a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

PUBLIC NOTIOK. ? ? ICLU1.SHOO'*S iSJAfc^^SL°SiTOk8'B!!,V ' '' ViSM Mr. Baswer, And Have Yonr EyeB Tested , CyA mm^ ^ it. AiVt\V If your Eyes eaaily tiro and throb, if 'O/IlTlMf llV\* jou have conataot hcadacbes, it your sight at times bccomca blurred, Or if roar sight troublea yoo in any w.y, you i should take adTantapo of my offer to thorouably and aeieniiDcally t«-at YourLyes. Absolutely i.ee. Laeb byo will bn examined Kcnarately with the aid of tbo vory latest and moat improved in* alrumrn'i. including the Coroes Opbtbalm»8copo,t tho first in Australia, and glasses wiil nov be rccntnmcnded unless thoy aro positively ucccssary. Children's Eyes are also treated, and in orery initanco my charges aro very roisooable. My certificate! are tho bigbeat Id Auat'ralia, sccurod io the Beat^Optical Ioatl tutca, and obtalnrd by examination with degress from Vienna, Berlin, Dres den, London, and New York. I employ no Agent*, and condoct my bniines* personally. Do not fofgot to visit mo during ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

TO DO OTHERS GOOD, i 'J* b®on living Jo B.W. Queens puV,oc^ rteon P'.' writes Mr. J. R. J? » » £di!or of Cunnamulla ' Watch . During that tlmo I have boon sub » Diarrhoea, and I havo ol - Qlwrabcrlaln'u Colic and utarthoctt Romcdy to quickly cure mo. I Sat^K0? 16 v ftny°no suffering.! rom any m (hia'iotter J5oi' - '? U wrlttol' to 4»

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

CRICKET. The Moreo Criokot Association (thtough tbo citituus), has decided upon iuviting a team of Sydney cricketers to Jloree. Tbo team will probably includo Victor Trnmper and other notable players. A strong - comraitteo has been formed to ar- | rango matters. It is probablo tbo match will commonco on Good Fri- day, lasting over Easter Monday. Tbo co-operation of neighboring district clubs aro beitig invited to assist in making tho Morco team as roproseutativo as possible. Will it includo any Narrabri players 't South Australia, by defeating Vic toria at Adelaido ou Tuesday, has carriod off tho Shoiliold Shield for this season. They won throo oat of their four Shield contests.. This season's Inter-6tato matches : havo been productivo of sumo bril- j liant batting, but tho bowling has I nut been of the soiiBational typo. I Muny local cricketers will regret to learn that Mr. Boalton has been laid hors do combat sinco leaving Narrabri. Hiq medical adviser states that ho iB complotoly...

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District News. BELLATA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

District News, BELLATA. On Wednesday afternoon a meet ing of tho Liberal Ltaguo branch was held. Mr. W. G. Groco occupied the chair. Tho roslgnation of tho secretary and treasuror was received, aud Mr. Eric Duff was appointed sccrotary aud Mr. W. F. Dutf treasurer. Tho President roportod as tho con forence rccontly hold in ftarrabri of tho F. and S. branohes and Libqral Leagues. Mr. Blacknoy oxplaincd tho situa tion thut had arisen between the F. aud S.A. aud tho Liberals of tho Namoi, and tho position in tho com ing Fcdoral election was dealt with. A resolution way moved by Mr. Moppem, and which is to bo for warded to the Central Executive, ' That tho branoh desired Mf. Black ; noy to bccomo a candidate to contest tho soat against Mr, Wobster. Mr. DufE seconded, and the motion was carricd. Mr. Florauce, of Baan Boa, and a oandidato for selection in tho Liberal causo, oxplained his reasons for com ing forward, ,aud tho reason why ho declined to sign tho F. and S. Asso ciation's nomi...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

TENNIS. It is nearly timo local teunis en thusiasts got a movo on., TIub gaino is fast becoming popular, and there is no roason why a town of tho size of Narrabri should not boast of thrco or four cliiba. Tho right men in tbo right- place should mako tho gamo 'boom.' '*'? It Is reportod that thcro is now two clubs at WostsNarrabri. If - this bo so, thei-o should bo somo good gamos between tho two teams, ns tho rivalry for supremacy by any two clubs in a town is generally keenly fought for. It is also tho means of making tho mombors practico, as well, as taking a greator interest iu their club's wolfaro. Six Natious havo outurcd for tlio preliminary round of tho Davis Cup ties. Tho ontrants ami draws aro :-r~ Australasia v Amorica; Goruiany v. Franco; South Africa v. Canada; Belgium a byo. ~ .V Tho regulations for tho govornidg ?f tho Cup matchos provide tbo privilege of- tho Nations arranging amongst thomuelvos as to where thoir preliminary ties aro to bo played, I nnd upou what dat...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

Sydney Markets. John Bridgo and Co., report ou March 6 : — Wool* — In tho nbsonco of public auctions in auy of tho Australian ccotrcs tho amount of business traus acted sinco oar last roport has con sequently been very small. Limited quantities of wool are arriving daily in Svdnov. and fair catalogues should bo available for tho April sales. Lon don cables to hand roporting tho oponiug of tho March- series convoy tho gratifying information that, as expected, values havo shown an aver ago of fivo per cont for all descrip tions. Schnto, Bell nn^ Co., Wool and Produco Brokers, Sydnoy, roport un dor dato 3rd March Oar London agonts cabled as that it is anticipated merino will show an advonce of fivo per cont. ond cross bred an advanco of 7$ per cont., at tho oponiug of tho noxt sonos thoro on tho 4th March. That approcia- j tion would bring valuos to about tho equivalent of rates current horoat tho close of tho weokly sales, so that it is quito probable as tho sories pro gresses and bet...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. Follow the €rowd ' TO THE GREAT | SUMMER SALE AT Weale's Cash Store - Now Wheat ! New Wheat! To Wheat Growers If you hnve not secured the best Prices in the past, writo to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., MarK Lane, Sydney, RcgardttiR your now crop. Tlicy oro admittedly tbo loading Wboat Sales nion of tlio State, witli the biggest local ami Shipping conncction. Freu Storapo nnd Liberal Advances can bo arranged. Stores Darling Island and City. Romcmbor— Highest Pricon. Lowest Charge. I WW& the ; Rest ! ||| DROP A LINE TO EVERYTHING FOR Men's & Boys' Wear 481 to 490 GEORGE STREET ) OVflM C\ J and 3 to 17 ROYAL ARCADE j' OIIINC I Catalogue of 120 pages and Pattern Books (oyer 1,000 designs to choose from), self ! measurement form and tape, forwarded : post free. All orders arc carriage paid in j Australia. All measures once received are j! ; registered and can be referred to at anytime ] : W@ Do tl\e Rest A.Woods, SPKKDWEI.L CYCLE & MOIOlt DEPOT. Malilnud...

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NO LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

NO LOSS. A Batbursfc spiusterj who claimed £400 damages from a railway fireman for breaoh of promise of marriage was given a verdict of £40.' - The Judge remarked that tho defendant was not, in his opinion, a fit and '.pro- per porson to marry the plaintiff, and in losing hiui for a husband .sho did not lose mucji.' ?- i

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Sporting Items. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

Sporting Items. T1IK TURF. A number of local punters had a win on Roliovo (Nowmarkot Handi cap), and Almifl.ia (Australian Cop). Still, tbo Nowmarkot wiunor ' re lioved ' a fow of tliem of their ' Billcr.' Tho weights for tho Doncastor|aud Sydnoy Cup havo boon declared. In tbo forrnor Lady 3(cdallist holds prido of placo witb 9.8, clo9cly fol- j lowed by Volsloano and Uigandra ?with 9.7 each, My Gavonni awd Bright Laddio U.3, whilo tbo Now* market winner, Relievo, is naked to carry 8.5. Iu tbo Syduoy Cup, thoso woighted over 9 stono nro The Parisian 9.C, Piastro, 9.3, Cadonia 9.1, My Gav* onui 9.1, AnroCdiua 9.1, and Ai* missa has 8.11. At present specula tion is general on both events. Tho licensed victuallers of Morco guaranteed £75 as prizo money for a raco mooting, but tho Morec Racing Clnb refused tho use of tho course, and tho races wero abandoned. N. and N.W?D.R.A. RACES. Tho second day's races of tho abovo Association, bold at Tamworth on Wednesday, was well attended. Ro sui...

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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

THE SHOW. Just a final reminder to the towus- , peoplo. Do not miss thid annual I show. It starts to-morrow morning. | Thoro will be lioapn of fun — The band I will play, Aunt Sally will bo presout, ! and tho ringolotto lady will call out 'soven shots for sixpence,' nnd you, can try your luck and got your inonoya worth. ' Do not fail to bo present. 1 for it will bo twelve months 'tofcforo the fixture comes round again. The third day of tho show will bo confinod to a.days sport, and if as good ns last yeaf no. onov will b6 disappointed if they put m an attendance.

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