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Out-of-date Hymns. VERSES A CENSOR WOULD OMIT. "OLD FASHIONED IDEAS." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 March 1913

§ Oat-bf-datG -Hymns. VT!!SE8Jl.CENS0H. ?WODLD OMT. ;': .'qi.d-fashiosdd njaAa' — .' Ah authority oh c(o!i.M.-.rtical mat tola, ivho. diEou33^u t].i- ii'itcat tnada by Sfr.'J. Hnpkias, of th.' N ittingham ohiro',Ponnty Council, nguiujt certain hymns in 'tho boola tucil in council schools (s.iy» the. London 'Diilv irnH'^V declaretfthat many of tho hymns in. accepted modern hymn hooka nroon Brely out ? of dato and ought to bo .omitted: from future editions. , One vitsb Mr. .Hoj-kiii» particularly ?ol'iected to was the folloning— - Tho jw/r man at his '/nt« Cwl nnido them, highland lowly. Au.1 i.rderwl ;l,cir o:l.ito. : ? '1 ontiroly.ngroo ,,itu jjr Hopkins, ' said the authority, /that auch a' verso contains old-fashioned ideas wlijcli might givo nnoyauco to 'many, people. -As ozamplen of hymns that aro considered out of dato I would also quote Iho folloiving— Hymn 308, Hymns Ancient nnd Modorn-^-. . ;' . ? Rescue mo from fires undying Whilo tho nicked are confounded, Dobm'd to flames ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Irrigation. [Agricultural Notes.] ADVICE TO PRIVATE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 12 March 1913

Irrigation. ? [AgricnHnrnl Notes.] ADVICE TO PRIVATE FARMERS. ' Quito latcy tho irrigationist of this Department visited sovcral small farms in tho Gunnedah, Muswcllbrook, ud Singloton districts, on samo of which a start has already been mado to irrigato areas varying iu sizo from ton to ono tion relating to irrigation was desired by owners who had not yot quito de cided whothcr or not to insta! irrigation plants. Tlio oxpert in his report romarlcs.that it was gratifying to find farmers awakening to the fact that if they aro to mnlco tbo most out of thoir sm&U holdings, it is necessary to mnko «uit» nh)r- provision ngainst loss orhJnc horn long dry summon, especially irhfere fnrms lies odjacont to rivers und crooici from which a supply of water is usually available. Somo appear to forget that) in order to cover tho maximum area of land, tho WATER SHOULD DE RAISED TO A HIGH POINT, froni which it will gravitato, and thus tnnko it possib.o to irrigato a greater nrcar that wna p...

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"BELATED INVITATIONS." LOCD MAYORS OFFENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

'« BELATED INVITATIONS.' *,LOCD MAYORS OFFENDED. Neither tho Lord 'Mayor of Mel-. bdwnb (CtomvMw ? Htodcss?) cor | tho Lord Mayor of Sydnoy (Alder man Cocics) nttonded tho colobrations. Dolatcd invitations received from tho Minister for Homo Affairs (Mr. King O'Malloy) havo bcon declined. Re- 1 yond ndmitling thnt ho had declined tho invitation, tho Lord Mayor of Melbourno refused to discuss tho matter. It is known, however, that, while invitations wero sont to other ropro fontativo gontlemon two or three, weoks ago, tho Lord Mayor of Mcl' bourno was asked only last wook to 00 presont, wmiu uiu luvuaiion 10 tho Lord Mayor of Sydnoy did not reach him until last Friday. It was' thon imposniblo for arrangomonts to bo mado by thom to attend tho cero mouy. Thoy, therefore, wero com polled to dcclino tho invitation. Aldorman Cocks, wlion questioned 011 tho subject, said it was a fact that ho would not be present at tho colo brations. Pressed for a reason, ho said : ' 1 won't eay that tber...

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STATE MEMBERS IGNORED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

STATE MEMBERS IGNORED. ?Thoro was considerable commont in political circles yesterday, and par ticularly at tho Political Labor Lcagno Conference on Tuesday night about tho fact that mombors of tbo Now South Wales Stato Labor party had been complotoly ignored, so far S9 invitatious to tho fuuction woro concorned. It was stated that uot a single mombor of tho Stato Labor Party had been invited. Several members of tho Stato party oxpressed themselves in- unmcasnrod terms about the matter. Tho failure to invite Messrs. Cusack and Miller, Ms.L.A., whoso Stato coustituoncics tako iu the Federal Capital area, was described by quo member of tho party as nothing short of a deliborato in sult. „

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Australia's Federal City. CHRISTENED "CANBERRA." ENTHUSIASTIC SCENES AT "FOUNDATION CEREMONY. LORD DENMAN'S ELOQUENT SPEECH. MESSAGE DESPATCHED TO THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

Australia's Federal City. CHRISTENED ' CANBERRA.' ENTHUSIASTIC SCENES AT * FOUNDATION CEREMONY. , LORD DENilAN'S ELOQUENT SPEECH. MESSAGE DESPATCHED TO THE KING. Tho christening of tho Fodoral Cap ital on Wednesday, took placo amid a scono of great enthusiasm. Tho capital waa namud Canberra by Lady Donrnan, Tl.n Rr^t .lAnA nr t\,n tforlofnl ni(w was laid by Lord Donrnan, thosccond by Mr. Fisher, and tho third by Mr. King O'Malloy. Lord Donrnan snid tho pooplo said tho Fedontl Capital was too costly un nodortaking, bnt when thoy con* sidor tho groat advantages that had accrttod from Federation, it scemod scarcoly gonerons to caval at tho initial oxponso which mast sooner or lator bo incurred in fonnding this Fodoral City. Ho beliovcd that Miu* istcra contended nnd not without force that owing to tho improvement of land values in tho Federal Tcrri» tory it --vas uot likoly orentoally to provo such a costly undertaking aftor all. Of tho beauty of tho sito and of tho splondid climnto it...

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GAY AND ANIMATED SCENES. SALUTES, CHEERS, AND FANFARES OF TRUMPETS. MR. KING O'MALLEY'S ORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

GAY AND ANIMATED SCENES SALUTES, CHEERS, AND FAN FARES OF TRUMPETS. MR. KING O'MALLEY'S ORA TION. Tho scenes as the hoar for the , ceremony approacbod was a gay and animated ono. Iu tho resorvo sat ' Federal and Stato Ministors and thoir wives, and distinguished guests. ' Thousands of spectators liued tho enclosure. On tho arrival of the Governor General, a battery fired a salute of nineteen guns. ^ Then Mr. Fisher invited Lord Don man to lay the first stono of the com moncemont column on bohalfofthe people of Australia. As soon as his Excollency had do clared tho *Btono well and truly laid, Mr. Fisher and Mr. O'Malloy per formed like duties to tho^econd and third stones respectively. The spectators oliocrcd and then joined in singing tho Old Hnhdredth, A fanfaro of trumpets followed. Thon tho wifo of tho Ministor for Homo Affairs presented Lady Don - man with a caskob from out of which hor Excollency took tho secrot namo. She then firmly said, 11 1 namo tho capital of Australia Can...

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Meat for People. SIR GEORGE REID'S PLANS [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

Meat for People. ? ' ? SIR .: GEORGE REID'S PLANS Acting on instruptions from tbo Mtnietor for External Affairs, tho ? High .- Commissioner (Sir Georgo - . Roid), has Bpont much tnno inqnir - ing into m&ttors concerning the Aus tralian trade, with a viow to tho adoption 'of methods for making In hiB roport to tho Minister, Sir. Georgo recommended tho appoint ment of representatives in Vionna, Berlin nnd Paris. To act in Austria the Hitjh Commissioner recommend? cd the appointment , of ^Ir. 0. S. Phillppts, who was formerly British Consul, and has bed oxporieuce as a journalist at £1000 'per annum, and actnarexponscs. The High Commis sioners- choico for Berlin has fallon 'upon Professor Manes, who has visi ted- Australia, nnd has written a very able book oh tho sontborn Dominion. H© has also a reputation as a lecturer, and wil^ nndqrtako tho task of mak ing Australia better known. He is to receive a salary of £300 a year . and oxponses. With respect to 'tho prospects of Anstr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

. KHEUMATISXI IK BACK AND LEGS M For four years I hare suffered from rhoamatism In Uio back and legs ''writes Mr. B. C. Fhilps, Storekeeper, Dutton, ' 8.A., ' and bare found Chamberlain a Pain Balm tho only thing that will relinvo me. . 'Ihave found itn most' off octivo euro for nil aches and pains. My family always nse'it for nouralgia nnd uprains.'

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The Old Hundred. A PARODY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

The Old Hundred. A; PARODY'. ? _ j Half n'bar, lmlf a bar, Half a bnr pnwnnl, Into nn nwfnl ditch, . Choir and proebn'tor hitcb, . . Into a tness of pitch, Thoy lod the bid Hundred . : Tcobles to nght of them, - Tonors to loft of thoni, : Bassos in front of tlioni; BollowdcV 'hud (hundred. ? Oh I that prccontbr'fl look, Wbon tho soprn^os took Tlioir own timo and hook From tho Old Hnndrod. Screcchcd all tbo trebles boro, Bogglod the tenors thoro, ' - Raising tho pnrsonVhair,: Whilo his Tnind.Tfandorcd. Onward, sol-fa parada ! . Was tUoro a man dismayed V — Not though tho loador knew ? All, all had blnndorod. o Thoirs not to loason why. * . This psalm was pitcliod too high ! Thoirs bat to gaap.nnttcry , Oat, tbo Old Hnndrod. . Trobles to rijrlit of thorn. Tenors lo loft of thorn, Bassos iu front of thoin, Bbllowod and ithnudorod. - Stormed thoy with Bhout nnd yull, Not wiso thoy sang nor woll, Drowning tho soxton'a boll, While all tho obnroh wonderod. Dlro the precontor's glnro, Flash...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

1Just .landodi: a largo' consignment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boota and Shoea for tho Xrass aeaaon . A special discount of 10 per oont.oiT usao .priooai- Hiiig Tiro*.* PURLIC NOTICE. ? '. DON'T WORRY! j ====:= ;'A ... JUST CONSIGN YOUR ... -vf Fat Sheep and Cattle ' ... TO . MAIDEN BROS. Moore-St„ Sydney. They Givu Consignments Po sonal Attention. p is unequalled ! Nomore badly risen, indigestible Sccnuf Cakes, etc.; by uatng Dr.Waueh's [%?;! Raking Powder theae have a criap» f Si ? MfiX nc,,» a lightnea8, n aweetnesi, / VS andawholeaomeneaathatgive A in added 'pleasure to every M / V* a meal, and at the aatne time M / I | are ^conduolvs to good * ^ See that your atorekee^ A WCXLEY LADIKS' COLLEGE.— A fjleh dm Doardloe School for Toting Indies. — /*? under I'olr. Tcachtr*. «lth Home Trainln? Home Comforti. The Collet ? 'jf' i. ilisrnilDClT iituatrd in IU can pirUlka croucd* on tbe htkhti of Better. ?/Skr Miliir*. ALL L'XI V. AND ML'filCAL T.XAM9. LAIIOR DUILDISC8 (OVEft ~lfrr -0 l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

Joinery - Works. Our; Machine Joinory and Furniluro Works ato most complete witb' tbo latest high-speed woodworking machinery, which enables us to turn out all work , with des patch' and. at 8ydney prices. Ready-made Joinory 'on baud. 'Full aUtck s of thoroughly seasoned Timber in our yards to draw from. Picture-framing, Signwritlng, etc., a speci ality. 'Phono 46. ? ? ? - HENRY LOGAN, Naxrabri. Sub- Artesian Boring. T. H. WYATT, Junr. Is prepared to' undoitaktrtbo sinking 'of Sub- Arsesian'Boreii to any dopth to 600 . feefc j .- Tho latest machinery, ^ is oraployod. Addroaa NandowarSt.Nafrftb'r] ? .

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Sprays. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

Sprays. Tho conOdenco of another man's virtao is not light, ovidonco ot a man's own.— Montaigne. Hopofnl : ' Dad, what is meant by tho mother-tongno P' Paront : 'S»sh, my boy. Don't start her Thoro is nothing moro damaging tu arerago oyes than to. stand dnmb in tho faco of even an nnjnst accnsa* tion. IIopo always strengthens to tho performance of duty, gives conrago, nnd cloars tho jndgment. — G. Mac* donald. . .'Exporiooce is tlto best teaohor,' qaotod tho wi&o gay. 'Yes, bat.hor charges aro mighty high,' addod tho simple ono. _Sho: ' Whai wonld you do if you had monoy onongh.fo supply yonr needs P' Ho : u I'd mako n lot moro lo sapply my wants.' ? ? ' ? Tcachor : ' Johnny, what is a hypocrito ?' ' A boy wot comes to sohool with a smiln on his faco.' nnswored tho yonngstor. A first passion is'ao awakeniug. A yodng sonl then realises for tho first timo that thoro is something great and unexpected in lifo. ? ? ? SIio (indignantly) : ' Yon had no business to kiss mo !' Ho - (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE Good Boots and Shoes at Reasonable Prices ! My Footwear Storo is up-to-dato, and well stocked with -all tho Boat Makora of tho Commonwealth. If you aro hard to suit or to lit iuit drop in and yon will Had what will suit yon, and At a price to your satisfaction. I mako Boots njy oatlro stufly, and koop nothiug but Uouts. Having had i'iyeAra oxporionco in tho tritdo enables mo to buy woll. Auarticlo troll bought Is half sold, and docs not roquiro any special inducement to soil thorn. AU my Goods aro Jjarkod in Plain Figures, and Ono Prico to all — AND FOR CASH ONLY.j So you do not havo to pay for thoso who don't. My Pricea you will find satisfactory. I Soil nt a lair lugitimnto profit all tho year round PATRONISE THE SHOP WHO IJKOUOHT THB PRICK OF FOOTWEAR DOWN IN YOUR TOWN. ADDRESS ? U W. KROHN, ttfc.Oppo8lte P.O., Narrabri. Ir c Mackenzie, DARWON hCKEET, NAKKABKI, COACUBU1LDER AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH Hordes Carefully Shod. l-'aim Imjileincel Repairs a Speciality VEHK LE...

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BOWLED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

' ^'BOWLED OUT. ? Wifo- (roturoing from hor sum» mor trip) : ' Well, you havo boon bohaving nicoly, I daro.say. Tho ? parrot ropeats nothing bnt^'Horol goes ' and ' Drink 'or down.' '

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Thus the Glen Innes "Examiner" [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

TllUH thn ftlnn Ttinno 41 »i — Tho stores refusod to close on tho Becoud day of tho Armidale raccs, and the attendnnco sufforcd io'con« Bequonco. Slow but sure the om ?ployers in general are ?« putting up their backs' against the system of the employees- working to tho 41 tick of tho clock,' moro particnlarlv as - regards knocking of! timo. The doy ia fast coining' when the employ'cos will consider their 'musters more thau thoy havo 'donoof late.' Tho Mandowa Shiro Council is in troublo over its rates. When the rate was struck tho Mayor and two Councillors favored tho presont rato, ? ljd. Tbreo othor Councillors wanted it raised to lid. Tho old rate was carried on tho casting vote of the t resident. Whon tho matter camo up for confirmation at : last mooting, tho two ljd Councillors wore absent, and tho President could get no sec onder to hia motion that . the rate of l}d bo confirmod. Tho motion there fore lapsed.

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£10,000 Gold Theft. BOXES WHICH WERE FILLED WITH GOLD RETURNED TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

£10,000 Gold Theft. BOXES WHICH WERE FILLED Vr': - WITH GOLD RETURNED , ; TO LONDON. '.* ' Aftor many adventures; duo;to 'Aus trian war 'alarms and German police ' activities, tho ttvo plain wooden eases which wero found at Alexandra to ho filled with lead instead of £10,000 in sororelgns, arrived at St. Kathcrino's a/ocK, iionuon, uunag too cany noun w Friaoy morning. The stolen specio was part of a consignment of £200,000 sent from tho Bonk of England to tho ac count of tho Credit Lyonnats on Novom her 12, nnd when tho robbery was dit cororcd at Alexandria instructions wero cabled to return tho boxes. Tho important point as to whethor the boxes were made, filled with lead, nnd scaled by tho thieves, and then sub stituted for thoso containing the sovor oigns cannot be decided upon until they have been taken to pioces nnd examined by tho makers of thoso originally con signed to Alexandria

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

Iho federal .Government, it is re ported, has offered Mr. HnghcSj the Attorney 'General,' the - position -of Chief Commissioner 'of the In terstate Commission,' the ? salary of which. is^' £2500.: ;He is considering tho oSor, but his acceptance is. regarded- as certain.*

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Have you a Blue Spot on your Spine. YES THEN YOU'RE A MONGOLIAN! [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

Have you a Blue Spot on your Spine. VES. THEN YOU'HE A MON- . GOLIAN!' It has been reconty noticed by scion* lists who havo bceu studying tho intoi esting arid mysterious Xavojo Indians that tlib Xava^orbaby^invariably hns a - bluo spot at tho'haso of its spine. Tho bpot; is soinetiiQcs as small as a dnno (ind 8oinctithcs as liii' aa ono's hand. It^closoly-rcscrablos a.bruiso, hut it duo entirely to an extraordinary pis- ' mentation. Tho spot tnay dlaappcnr bvforc'tho child is live years old, but ahvnya/roturns later in lito-whon this ; is tho caso. ; Tho. hcieutiats have come to tho con clusion. that' this'bpot is proof positivV . - ^.tho^^onpolippioriBi^flf.lhq'I^avaioiic^f;:) And . the.v also mako the astonishing 'as-^; '; ^' s'ertion that it is present in many-Euro- ' pean. and. American children whoso pa-. ? ents can trace their genealogy^ for gon- ? 'orations back and are certain that'thore -lias'beeh no admixture of Mongolian blood.. , ,.c . . ' Tho.'Journal of the American M...

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CLUB HANDICAP. 5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

CLUB HANDICAP. , ? - .;;5 furlonBrs^^j -i'. '.'v-. ,/ Btle Beans 9 10 Lady Claio 9 4 Bonnie Bess - 8 10 Miss Raby ^ '87 . -Miss Sphynx^- »A'.r''8 '??7' ? ' ? Jessie f ) ^84 Miss Anthony 8 4 Qhnmray / % 7 13 ^ .- Odd Mark '.7 \2: - S R 79 Baan Baa 14 ^78 Amy Aymer 7 4 Aviator 7 2 Artamoa ^7 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. ( BOARD and LODGING. GOOD DOAKD. LODGING and MEALS can bo obtained nt tho EXCHANGE POARDINQ HOUSE. Weekly Bo&rdorc XI. GOOD 81ADLING.| Q. STORK, Maitland Street. FOX'S CelBbrated EVE LOTION. FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS. Tho Only Curo in tho Auatmlian States as a Solution, To bo Applied a* Diroctcd. Solo Agent— W. II. COLEMAN, Maitland Strrat, Narrabri. DO YOU KNOW We Sell Seeds WELL WE DO. Ynte'ti VEGETABLE Seeds. Ynto's FLOWER Seeds. Tumworth LUCEIIXK Seed. Skinloss BARLEY Seed. Algerian OATS Srcd. Also Prime Seed Wheat. Wright, Heaton & Go. LTD., NARRABRI. White Star Line DfltDAN, CAPKTOWN, PLYMOUTH AND LONDON. Twln-eere* Sltaattr*. Arntc, 12,000 tons, to Mil about Fob. 30. Bubtic. 12,000 ton*, to sail about March 12th. I'enrfc. Hunici and Afrio to fol low. Wfrtleti TrIfRrtpby and ru^msrinc Sij:* nailing fp+r. v FAKK^i Capetown or Durbwn, £15 15s £2i»8*: Lor.don, £15 to £30 : -Melbourne. £1 I0«s New. York, UUIon, Quebec, Mo' (real, elf., from £25. , Pamph...

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