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The Balcon War. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
? The Balcon War. LONDON, Sunday. I Iho Crown. Priuco of Greece was 'ac — corded a romarkablo demonstration iipon entering Jauiua. Tho peoplo em oraced tlio soldiers, kissed tho officers on tho hands. , * . Six thousand of tho garrison aro sick and wounded, and part of tho Turkish army left Janina on Wednesday to wards Albania,' after pillaging Christian shops. The Turkish prisoners iu Epirus total ono. hundred thousand. :
Telegrams. Gas Strike Settled. SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE BETWEEN COMPANIES AND MEN. TERMS SATISFACTORY TO BOTH SIDES. ALL MEN GO BACK TO FORMER POSITIONS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
Telegrams. Gas Strike Settled. SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE .BK TWEKN COMPANIES AND MEN. TERMS SATISFACl'OltY TO BOTH SIDES. ALL MEN 90 BACIC TO FORMER POSITIONS. - SYDNEY, Friday. Tho gns striko has beon settled. A conferonco botwoon tho companies and tho men, called together by tho * re ntier, lasted for five hours to-day, after which Mr. McGowcn stated that ho was pleased to be able to soy that tho con 'fcrcnco hod been successful, and an agreement had been arrived at amicably to both parties. I The men go hack to work ut xvent- I street and Mortlake, and Manly at 2 I o'clock to-morrow afternoon, whilo tho North Sydney men resume ut 1 o'clock. . Tho outdoor workers start again on | Monday morning. Tho Premier refuses to discloso tho terms of tho settlement, but it is not oxpcctcd thoro will bo any opposition to tho ngrcemont arrived at by their representatives. Mr. Rawlin, secretary of 'the Gas Employees' Union, said that overy man goes back to his former position. VOLUNTEERS AND STRIKE...
The Yass Election. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
The Yass Election. , SYDNEY, Monday. Mr. Wodo declares that tho recent elections at Yass should- bo declared j void, on the grouud that -the polling place gazetted for Black Range was! not used,' but a booth was opened at a place some miles , distant, not proclaimed ;a polling. booth. .. v. . A number of electors turned up 'ut Black Range; liut as tlicro was no booth j there they wero:uiiablo'to record their ^ . votes. ? ? j
Tennis Social. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
Tennis Social. A vory onjoyable social was 'held iu Sir. J. Ward's grannry on Satur day night Inst in aid of the funds of | Top Eulah Creek Tenuis Club, i About 30 couples wero present, in- j eluding many visitors from Narrabri. Tho cool chango which occurrcd in tho.-aftcruoon mado tho night very pleasant for dancing, and which helped considerably towards tho en- ; joyment of tho function. Tho. floor was iu first-class ordor, and rellccted great credit upon thoso who had tho dicssiug of same. Tho niuBio was supplied by Messrs. W. McGiuty (violin) and J. Collier (accordeon), and was greatly' appreciated by tho danccrs. Messrs. W. Ward and I). Thirkettlo carried out tho duties of M's.C., aud well thoy porfortned thoir part tuo. Tho catoring was in tho bauds of Mrs. \V. Smith, and ample justice was dono to tho good things provided. Miss Ruby Smith, who was hon. secretary to tho dance, had workod him! to.mnko tho evcut a hucocas, and it must havo been very gratifying to her to sco thut ...
Show Exhibits. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
Show Exhibits. To-day wo inspoctod Mr. I'rod. Lamb's oxliibits for the show oponiug to-morrow. Ho has, altogether, 10 exhibits, which compriso a villngo cart, a huckboard (with tho body on | springs), six brand now sulkies mid : buggies, which will form a very striking illustration of what our local workmon can turn oat. Mr. Lamb is also showing what can bo dono in tlio way of renovating vohiclos, mid i shows two Bccond-hnnd' sulkies which look ns good ns now. Wo congratu late Mr. Lamb and tho workuion em ployed upon their industry. Bytho way, tho exhibits enn bo purchnsod, tho pricos ranging from £11 to I £27 10s ? I Anothor fino exhibit of local manu- | facturo is by Mr. Henry Logan, nnd ! comprises a comploto bod-room suito of oak, and a fivo fcot sideboard, also made of oak. Tlio wliolo has been mado locally, from tho seasoning of timbor to tho designing and mnnn facturo. Tho troublo in this district is tho warping of tho furnituro cansed by tho hot weather, nnd it is claimed by...
Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
Official. ? Mr. Geo. Black, M.L.A., forwards : tho following letter Sydney, 7tli March, 1913- . Dear Mr, Black, — I am dirocted by tho Miuistor (Hon. J. L. Trefle, M.L.A.) , to inform you, tn roply to I your communications of 14th nnd 24th ultimo, tlmt he will bo pleased i to accopt tho iuvitation of ihe Nurra bri P.AVH- and L Association, for him j to perform tho ceremony of officially I opening . their annual show on Wednesday noxt, the 12th inst.. .The. Minister will journey to Narrabri by the 8.30 p.m. mail on Tuesday, the 11th, and will leave Narrabri by the 5.35 p.m. mail on tho 12tb, reaching Sydney Thursday morning. Owing to other engagements, it is impossible for him to stay longer in. Narrabri. I might mention that ns the date of tho show Is rather closo lit hand I havo also notitiod tho secretary of the Minister's ucceptauco of tho invita tion. _ ? ? Will you kindly advise Mr. Trefle if it is intended to briug any matters uuder his notico at Narrabri by way of deputations...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
CURED A CBOUPV COUGH. ' My littlo girl Myrtle, aged four yoars I had a hard cough with real croupy souud.', ! writes Mr II. Cordos, of Cromwoll, N.Z' 1 ' Mr. Hotop recommended mo' to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which I did. ^ After thretfor four doses all signs of croupmetu had disappeared and the child 1 was soon woll. My wife nnd I aro moro 1 tlmu pleased with Chnmborlaia's -Cough Remedy.'
Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 March 1913
Sudden Death. Early yesterday morning thoro passed invuy, on tho . Tibcrcuuh Estate, Mr. Thomas Marshall, a carpenter, -aged W-. The causo of deulh ' being' anthrax poisoning. It -appears that last week | Mr/ Marshall, iu compnny' with Mr. i Johnstone, was skinning a bluck cow j of his V'hich had died suddenly, and in I doing so snicked tho flesh just abovo tho I thumb, tho noison ouieklv doiim its I deadly work, as Sir. Muishall was about town on Friday afternoon, und rested in his gravo ou Sunday. Fr. Raymiuo read tho burial servico, ond Mr. Logan carried out 'tho' funeral arrangements. Mr. Johustono, who as sisted Mr.^Marsholl, is suffering f rom a swollen arm, tho causo Tor which can not definitely bo stated.
COMPULSORY SERVICE. PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 March 1913
Compulsory service:;.'' ,' PARIS. Sunday.. llreidca tho throo years with .tho colors for all classes, tlio form ofraili heen increoml two years. r'. '-! Mrs. llacou; of liurghclere, l-Ionts, celebrated her lOina, birthday recently. Slio writes letters nnd roads nowspnpors and looks without tho aid of glasses. Sho is in good health', and in possession ofnll her faculties. ???'?-..? ? During February &- deaths — all males nnd 285 females — ocurrcd in tho metropolitan area. This mortality rnto of 11U3 per 1000 of' population is 10 per cent. nl-ovo tho avonigo of tho provi In males, the nvenigo woiglit of tho fullBiowu hiimnii brnin i» 10 ur oO.ozs. ; in feinalw, .Uo7^. The oldest married couple in Gurmnny nnmed Fcddonon live on tho island of Sylt, .off tho coast of Schlcswig. Both husband and ivifo aro 107 ycara ohl. Formerly n forestflr, tho husband is noiv an inspector of iho dykes along, tho roiiut, and ho works ovory day. 'ino couplo , who enjoy good health, rccoutly colubr...
AWAKENING IN FRANCE. THE "NOW OR NEVER" POLICY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 March 1913
AWAKENING LV FRANCE. THE 'NOW OR NEVER' V0u6i:. .:.'.;' LONDON, Sunday. ?-?' Tho 'Spectator' reniurks that the ro awnkonitig. in franco. Ims aroiiscu.uni* v^rul. satisfaction in Brituin, tempered with anxiety. .'.?'? 1 .'Tlio military ardous und tho mng nificont condition of the nrmy,' it says, 'may tempt Franco to ungago iir on cany tnropomi strtigglL1. Frouco must rccogniso tbtit Gorniniiy is at a disnd* vnutngo. Austria is caught in the Dal kmi entaiiglemcul, and is doubtful if Italy would run tho appalling risk 111 volml in iidlicsion to tho Triple Al Ncvortheless, tho 'Spectator' opines thnt tho inoro prudent and infliu'iitml rreuclinicn will realise that n 'now 'or novor' policy means that Franco wou hnvo to forfoit tho support of Russia and Britain, and that uitliout Britain to awist. her nn Austro-Gcrninin -fk'ct 'Africa. ' ... ,-. ;? i'-'.-.-mi™ The 'Spectator' beliovcs that peaco ivill bo preserved during 1013. ? :
SECTION J.—FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 March 1913
SECTION .1.— FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE.. Jiidso of Wheats: A. D. Oloiiii, Es-j. Judgo Other Clawes: H. R. Alexaud..r, Esq. Two Bushels of Hnrd White Wheat, W. T. Bridge, Quirindi 1, W. Ritter 2. Two Dnshobj of Soft Wheat, H. Smith 1, W. Palmer 2. Whoaten Chaff (1 bag), A. J. Park 1, Oaten Ci'aff (1 bag), A. Gctts 1, A. Getts 2. ; .'' Sample Hay and Clialf. nut.leis than 601bs.-each Hungarian Mililot, W. l'al Samplo Oats, net les- than 2 bushels, W. Smith. Sample Malting Barley', 2 bushoh, J. E. Blair 1, W. Smith 2. Maizo, small variety, in cob., 3Glbs. to bo exhibited, TV. Smith 1, J. Rynn 2. Dozen Cabbages, grown in Slate Elec toral District bv oxliibitor. 3 Pio Molons/W. Palmer 1, W. Smith 2, J. Ryan, highly cbimneiidod. 3 Water Moloiuj, Jns. ltyan. 3 Rock Melons, A. Tliirkcttlo. ? 6 Pumpkins, nny other variety, Tor tnblo grown in tho district, R. Smith 1. A. ThlrkottloS. ? Hny, Oaten, not lcs, than Jrwt. in bale, A. Tliirkcttlo 1, E. Stork 1-. ? Hay, Wheatai, not lens thnn 4 cut. in...
Leg Broken Glean Off. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 March 1913
Leg Broken Glean Off. ' A dreadful nccidimt occurnj to i- Ik.v uaiurtt Stnnley Husky, op*' '3. -'' Saturday, nt Gunnedah. Ho nos driv ing a sulky at tho tail of n mob of sheep travelling to 'Mullaloy, and Ms millg a long Btick to aclld tho ahwp nlnix*. Tin, hiillcv ran.nizpd on a atllinp. and ho waa throwii sharply out. Ilia right leg ival cnucht Wtweon tho aulky and the nhn-1 nnd Lroken clean oil nkoro the knni. the hroken limb fnllii.R on the ground. The horse moved on n fen- yards, but tho boy cranlcd after il and eranled into tho aulky, leaving his li-R liehind him. Hu called to tho 'men in clinrgo of tbo cliocp, qqiI wljcn tlicy en mo along ho naked them to put hU log into tho sutkr. Hu nna driven to tlio ho'pitnl nt onco, faiutinR on tbo wny from shock and Iom of blood. At the hospital a further part of tho leg was nmputnU'd, Atliough in a very low condition ho is expected to recover.