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FROM MINISTER TO ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

FROM MINISTER TO ASYLUM. I Daniel O'Connor, a well-known Sydnoy parliamentarian, and .'who, for some straugo reason, was mado Postmaster-General in. ono r;of Sir, Houry-'Parkes* Ministries, was ad mitted to tho Liverpool Asylum on Thursday as a patient. He had' boon in distressed circumstanccs about Sydney sinco his return from Loudou, and returued to Now South Wales with a lively Bcnse of gratitudo to Sir Gcorg* Heid.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Charltable Stranger. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

A Charitable Stranger. Every Sunday afternoon, a genUcuiun, faultlessly attired and riding in a taxi car, visits tho slums of Ultimo, Sydney, and scatters money broadcast to tho rcsidonts of that part. Many aro tho surmises as to who this philanthropist is, ond tho popal&r belief is that he is a onetimo resident of Ultimo, who mak ing a fortuno abroad, has come bsck to ms nativo land, and is notr relieving his old friends from want and starva tion. It is estimated that ho distno utcd in this way orer £100 orery Sun I day afternoon. Bcsdcs scattorng tho money broadcast from tho taxi, other charitablo acts of this.mystorious stran ger are daily coming to light. A poor old widow, who has just risen trotn a sick bol, and who owed bills far and aboro her very limitod incomo couhl roach lives to bless this stranger. He paid her a visit, collected nil her bills ind departed. Next morning sho rc coivod through tho post tho recciptod bills to which was pinned a £10 noto. Ultimo is th...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIETY PRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

? . SOCIETY PRANKS. With. lon^ imitation tails figuring as a prominent part of thoir habili | montfl, tho liliBscs Catherine and I Helen 'Dudley, well-known Chicago I society girls, appeared as impression ist monkoys nt a party, which caused tho .Chicago people to grasp with surprise. Bat tho monkey slant was eclipsed when Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey turned op iu tho char acter of Adam and Eve, dressed only in fig leaves.

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

Eulah Greek. Mr. R. Smith, of 'Kin-ora,''- Eulah Creek, boliovci in udvortising tho dis trict hud docs so nt every opportunity. Whouover ho grows any produco which ho considers worthy, ho does not hesi tato to exhibit it at any show within roach. *, Mr; Smith sent throo exhibits to . tho lato Singleton Show nnd was suc cessful in gaining thrco first prizes, viz., for Milliner Wheat (Buuvip), WhcnUm1 . .CbofTand Oaten Cbaff^. ' Whpn wo: consider that , a; largo, num- ' borof farmers will^nottako'tho trouble to exhibit at n locaKshow, it reflecta all * tho moro credlt'ou Mr. Smith' -Iu bear- ' tily congratulating liiui;: wo wish him ? many such successes. ? ? . Ho has suut'tho wheat with -which ' ? iio won* at Singloton on to the forth coming Maitland Show. ' ? 1 . ? ' ; Mr. E. Sattk'r, who-uiet with a rather painful accident last week, ls -gotting about on a crutch. Mo suvs ho intonds to be quito well enough to do lus shnro -.of thojwork'nt tho show this*wcelr. W o liopo ho ix, ns ho...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

POLICE COURT. This morning, before Mr* W. h. Davis, J.P., Herbert Richards, ulins Albert Wallace, was charged on n , war- rant from Iuverell, that ho did on the 7th December, 1012, at Tingha, steal goods to the valuo of £10, the property of Mnrcus CIarko. ?- Constable Leone deposed arresting' the accused at tlio West, and '.asked for a remand until Friday^ 14th March, to appear at. In-' voroll.'t lJftU wos allowed, self m- £20, and^oifo surety iu £20. ^ *?/

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

LettheEmlnontVIennaOptlcIan Toot Your 8ight. At tho very first signs of failing or do- ' fectivo vision you Bhould have your oyos ' '!?' ,'i^ attended to without delay. Nature's warn* ' /-v ing comes in many forms. You may have ? to hold your papor further away to relid in .. ' ; p';' coiufort.oraftersowingorotherclosowork TT S;. your oyea may bo tired and sore. IJon't ? delay. Eyo troubles taken in tlmo'ean ' easily bo eorrectod. Left toQ long they will . mean increased oxponso, and diingor of los- r iug your sluht. Mr. Uassor, the emiuont ' s Yionna Ophthalmic Optician, will bo in this ? ' town on tho dnto mentionod bolow, and his ' - visit offers nn. exceptional opportunity of — having your oyes scientifically and skilfully tested frooof charge, and suitable glassoi? ' supplied if necessary. This gentlowan has soc tired high crtvlontials by oxaminaHon in - tho leading optical. institutes of Vienna, Uorliiii Dresden, Jjoudon and Now York. ? . - : '?- llo is also a quiilifiod Masto...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOW ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

SHOW ATTRACTION. During Show week, 'iley-Diddlo- Diddle,' Stanley McKay's excellent pantomime, is to be presented to tho putitie. Arrangements havo been maau to erect n lutgo tent,' which. ought to hold the crowd very comfortably^ i This is practically tho on]y' show attraction,, 'and tho company is hero to do'good business. Go early, or clao book your se^ts at Mumford's.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alleged Humor. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

Alleged Humor. Fow men are conceited enough to bo satisfiod with tho hang ofthoir trousers. Tho moro healths d tnau drinks tlio less ho will havo himself tho next morn ing — Chicago Inter Ocean, Sirango hut true— 'Tho quiot mar riage' makes tho most itotso when it gets out.—' Texas Sifting*. 'Poor Emma I Shb has so much to livo for.' Yes ; they say hor husband's lifo is insured for £10,000.' Women may bo the weaker vowel, but it's always the husband who's broko. — Cloveland Plain Dealer. Sih'uced. — 'You never saw my hands in such a dirty stato as .yours.,', said a mother to her little daughter. 'No; but grandma did,' replied the experi enced child. Awkward for Auntie.— 'When I was your age,' said tho Aunt, 'I nover told a lio.' 'When did you begin, aun tie? ' said little Annie. Never accuso a man of laughing at his owu jokes. The chances aro they aro not his. '.What shall 1 do with this articlo on tho city drinking water? ' said tho editor's assistant. '.'Boil it down,' was tbo rep...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOOD SHEARING TALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

GOOD SHEARING TALLY. Recently a good shearing tally (says New Zealand 'Town and Country Life') was put up at Taihapo, namely 014 two-tooth wethers in eight hours 40 minutes by three men, but- it has since been beaten at a Kaotahi shod. Tlireo shearers tallied C26 for a similar, timo, tho individual tallies being 210, 205 and 205, aagiust 237, 210, and 101.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

I'tiuuc notice. Have you yet tasted Wickuler Beer? THE German Lager Beer on Draught. If Not, Call at Thurlow's Hotel, op Grand Central Hotel. Do Yout Shopping at KIRKWOOD'S. Highest Grade Goods at Lowest Possible Prices „ Sporting materials of all Descriptions in Stock KIRKWOOD'S, PO. I. 'Pl.onn No. R . NAKKAR'! BOOMERANG bkandy. r HOOMERANQ i. (tie ORIGINAL BRANDY, «n.l bit NEVER BEEN EQUALLEO by any AuUulan Brandy It i» beM in the K»tccm by ibe Medical IWrtdon. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO be HIGHEST GRADKT.-»u«.»m»uarjeturulhv ihe lirm-T. O. William* Company. Vif^innu. U S.A Although the mn-l Eipcn«itc irco |nolucr.l. it it *oM t - (hp public at the use price is nfriiof qnalilici THROGMORTON WHISKY. Ila» now bccome one of the MOST IJOt'Ul.AK Hutnl* of Whitky on the market. Otvini; ?-» ii* Merits and PURtiV ok tjLWLirv. 1HKOOMOKTOX ONCK TIMED (ISCOWbS TIIK FAVOIUrg. ' STIRLING ' SEWING M CHINES A HI^H^Qrado Domoatlc Sowing Maohino at HiH the Piiceoflhe Utne.P.i)m-nt Article* Ol.uinMe ii...

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

Subscription : IN ADVANOE: £1 per annum. BOOKED : 69. per quarter, or 24s. per year.

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

Advertising Rates : 38. First Inoh. 29. eaoh additional inoh. Special Rates for Standing Advertisements.

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

Rifle Shooting. Tho tuuubers of tho rifle club iuct nt tbo rnngo for practice, nud though th« temperature wnt oppre&sivo, and tended to diminish tho succcm of the individual shooters, tho results obtained woro well above tho averaRO scores. Six men com* . plctcd eight shot* nt'fljo'COO and'fiOU \ yard s, and four inen ai tho 300, COO, aud 700 yards' ranges, whoso scores nr« ns follows:— COO and 600 yds., Carl Piper 80, 87—78; A. J. Thorloy, 85, 37 , —72; Capt. Sj-ci)cer,,31, 89—70; Ef. J. Piper, 83, 81-01 j \\\ Dewnr, 05, 29— 04 ; F. Wliite, 20, 34-00. 300, 000 ond 700 yardi, Capt. H. 0. Si»cnccr, 30, 30, 30—108 ; J. J. Piper, 35, 33, 87—105 ; C. Shooror 33, 83, 31 — 102; W. Dowar, 23, 3o, 2o — 88.

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

Our Great Reduction Sale Starts on Saturday, Feb.lst, for 28 days only. All Goods .Going at Cost. a Don't Miss this Money Saving Chance. * The Greatest Opportunity ever . offered the Public of Narrabri. fJfrifW JL Thc XOTSEB- CASH STORES, MAlliy iP M 1 JL Vllej MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABRI. HOTELS. ' Mr. S. H. CUNNINGHAM'S Imperial Hotel, West Narrabri. A Fino Brick, two Storey Hotol, built on tho scono of tlio lato Gro, npto dato Iu ovory rcspect, ttcII vontilated bedrooms, and ovory comfort. . FIRST CLASS TABLE, under tho supervision of Mr. S. Cnuingham. MODbllN DAR, with all tho Latest Improvement#. Nona but the Vory Best WINES, SPIRITS and BEERS Stcckcd. WE. CATLR for tho Goneral Public and Guarantee Satisfaction to our ... Patrons. ... g. Cunninghom Proprietor. c&ctBstiGisaia fits sis life I ^ The Caledonian Hotel. Maitland Street, ^ ? » ? NARRABRI. ? . ? - 3 JOHN THOSI, -Prow | (Lato pf Gunnedah, Murrurnndi and Manilla ) ?«♦§ BEST ACCOMMODATION for Country Clients and V...

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An Irish Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

An Irish Land Bill, Tho 'London Observer' anticipates a Bill will ho introduced by tho Chief Secretary for Ireland,' which will oxpo dito Irish laud purchases, ' and whTcK will mean an incrooso of £0,000,000 durn'g tho ensuing vcar.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN WHEAT CARGOES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

AUSTRALIAN WHEAT CARGOES. London cables state:— Tlio demand for Australian wheat cargoes is slow, .and prices are tending downward. South Australian nnd Western Austra lian sailers of Junuary despatch are offered nt 3S/3 per quarter. Liverpool futures are quoted: — March, 7.U 3-8; May, 7;3J; July, 7/2J; September, V, 'J 3-8 ; per central.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ran Amok. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

Rap Amok, ? LONDON; Sunday. . An. unknown Perouth ran amok at I 'lerehaiii and killed tho wifo of the, I Belgian -Diroctor. of .Customs, besides I soverely wounding tho latter. I

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STACKINGS AT PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

STACKINGS AT PARK.ES. Somo 13o,000 bags of wheat aro stacked at tho Parkcs railway station. Owing to tho limited supply of trucks availablo tho amount despatched is not large, averaging between 4000 and 6000 general in many parts of tho district, but a good fall of rain is badly needed. ; Tho record harvest gathered last yeaT ; has given farmers fresh encouragement,' and if tho season is at all favorable, thoro will bo a considerable increase in the area placed under crop.

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V.R.C. Races. PIASTRE WINS CHAMPION STAKES MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

V.R.6. Races. ! l'lASTltK AV1N8 CHAMl'lUN STAKiv' . MELBOURNE, Saturday. I Tuo V.K.U. Autumn meeting con dudwl : to-doy. r Results:— , ; KLM8 HANDICAP, 7 fur». ? Tho iUintic,- 7.12 ? 1 Ullistfx CAUMIC11AKL STAKUS, 1 : * . .7 fur*. , . Witio King, 7.M i PliAUK UANDIOAlV U milo. Didus, 8.4 ? 1 AUTU31X STKKl'LKCHASK, about H . V Miles. ? , ? O.TJ ? .....1 1 'CHAMPION STAKKS, 1,000 iovb.; a I Miles. , - ? - v ' Piiwtroj 9.0, 1 ; Cndonla, U.G,2; Tlio Parisinnj U.2, ty. Winner I) to ?! on. FAHKWKLL lUMJlUAP, 1 .Milo. * Balmoral, U.7-:... ? ? 1

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ROSEHILL RACES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913

. lUiytlilbL HACKS. ? :? :: 'SYDNfciY, Saturday. It is raining heavily, and tlio itoaohill racc* havo boon, postponed till Monday.'

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