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Telegrams. Railway Accident. NEARLY A CATASTROPHE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Telegrams. ' Railway Accident. NEARLY A CATASTROPHE. SYDNEY, Monday. Twenty two lives wero {itnporilled in a level crossing aocident on the railway lino between Brighton and Sandnngham, Mel bo urn o. ' Ono man was killed and another injured; The xni&bap waa dne to tbe train colliding with a van containing a largo namber of picnickers.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Calvodas Wreck. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

The Calvodas Wreck, ' *'* -LONPON, Suudoy. An inquiry iDto thb'/lysjilj of the steamer Calvodas, in SbL ot Msrmora, showed., that after the vessel struck the roef tho paBsengers paqoiclie^. Soma jumped overboard, /while other* were washed away. ^ ^The bulk of thorn landed oo a small rock, wbero thfc? were ex pose*) for two days, ab'd seres -rcr« I^K*lo dcaU). : ? i ' '

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cablegrams Atrocities In the Balkans. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Cablegrams Atrocities In the Balkans. ' LONDON, Sunday. - A telegram from Uskub accuses tho Sorvians -'of' ? shooting tbreo ' hundred Albanians at PriHrend,' without a'tHal.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Off to Canberra. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

: Off to Canberra. At tho meeting of . tho P.P. Board, on Saturday last, Mr. J. C. Brucken reg, who has had tho position of Stock Inspector to tho Board for tho past favo andja half years, verbally tendered his resignation, owing to haviug accoptcd - a .position in ' tho Land and Survey orancn in tnc uome ^uairs jjeparc ment, at Canberra, the Federal Capital. In -tendering his .resignation, Mr. Brackonreg said ho was successful out of nboutT 25 applicants who wont' for tho position. He thanked tho niombers of ' the Board for the kindness and assist ' anco they bad Miown towards' him dur ing his term of offico as Stocl^InspeCtor, He considered bo. had roached os high aa ho could get here, and waa nbw'tak - ing -on a - position* from which, if 'ho made a stiocess'of it, -ho hoped to reach the' r'.'top ot tho tree.' His duties at Canberra would -indudo tho insj-cction of land, forestry a'nd stock. Before ho left h'ero^ho would havo all his' boolts, otc.,'in good order with the chairman...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Our Great deduction Sale Starts on Saturday, I fbr 28 days only. All Goods Going at Cost; 'iu, Don't Miss this Money Saving Chanoe. The Greatest Opportunity ever' offered the Public of Narrabri.. J TIlC XOi'KD CASH STORES, MAMMA y JOl «€#©? MAITLAND - STREET, NARRABRI. HOTELS. Mr, S. H. CUNNINGHAM'S Imperial Hotel, -West Narrabri. A Vino Brick, two Storey Hotel, built on tho acone of the lato firo, npto dato in ovory respcct, well Tonti!at«d bedrooms, and ovcry comfort . FIRST CLASS TABLE, under tho supervision ot Mr. S. Cnniagham. MODERN BAR, with all tbo Latest Iraprovomentfl. - Nona but the Very Boat WINES, SPIRITS and BEERS Stockcd. WE CATER for the General Pablio and Guarantee Satiafaction to onr ... Patrona. ... g. Cunninghom Proprietor. Kafe A stsafe «}»«&& sfestt«fe«t»Gte sfesksti stasia A sfeS?2 The Caledonian Hotel. Maitland Street, «S — — . ? -NARRABRI.— ? |£ | J ©HW-vTHO^^pif* ; (Lite of GaouedabiMurrurondi andMsnill* ) BEST ACCOMMODATION for Country Clie...

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MR. BLACK'S OPPONENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

?MR/ BLACK'S OPPONENT. Wo understand that Mr. Black, H.L.A., ia to havo opposition in tho selection of .a Labor Candidate for the coming 'Namoi 'Electorate. ? Mr. : Black's opppuottt-ia Cecil Last, a eheafor'a onion delegate., up in the Wolgett end'of the electorate, and ia tion 'at the annual- mooting of the Walgbfc hospital . lately, where .be proposed that the Doctor's .salary be almost/ awopt out of oxistencb. , Of coarse - Mr. .Last nevpr .agitated for an .increase of his own snag salary driyed from tho hard -working shear orb' in the Nerth-Westf

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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District News. MAULE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

- District News. . ; ^ : Vf: MATJLE'9 OtfEEK. . Tho usual . monthly mooting of the P. and 8.' A'siodation waa held oil 1st inat. in Fuirfax School. Thero was a very .good 'attendance, tho ? following .^bcing present j--W. B. Laird (chair), J. 7 - Burton, pG. L. Erratt, R. Eathcr, ;W. is. . ttoitnos, r. Itvcnmtt^ d. koox, ^i. t Vf. Laird, A. Rcnaud| C. Roberta, J. K» Scutt) D. Shepherd^ C. Stanford, and . J.; A. Laird, sccrctry. Jliautes of meeting hold lat February ? woro read ;nnd adopted, on motiou of P. Kennill nnd ' J. Kuox. Tbo secretary stated that ho had writ ten to'rtho Shiro Council on urgont mat tors as passed at last meeting, but had j not received any reply. Ho wos in- 1 formed privately, that Dibla ciilvcrt hnd I boon repaiw-d» oud tho road clearcd up ] iii tho worst ptaccs near thero, but ns ? to whether anything had 'been dono to romody tins crossing of tho Nnmoi Hiver ? nt Harparary ho l»ad no intimation. Tho'folowing correspondence was read and recoiTcd, on motiou o...

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State Electioneering. MR. BLACK AT NARRABRI WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

State Electioneering. MR. BLACK AT NAIUtADRI WS T. On FHday night Mr. Oeorge Black holt1 a most onthusiasito mooting at Par* cot'j Hotel, Narrabri Weflt. Mr. Black, in opening his address, ex pressed his pToosuro at again being pres ent at iho West. Uo said that tho at tack on himsolf and other Moor fliem-, bers and tho Ministry, at tho recent Political Labor -League's Conferuncu had been unwarranted, none of the state ments »ado being capablo of investiga tion. Tho chargo against him that ho had neglected to support the Labor candidate during the.BIayney election was absolutely absurd in the faco ot facts. With regard to bU abandon rnont of tho leasehold' policy, ho novor for one. moment watvered in his allegi ance to it, and any action which be might bavo taken with regard to it w«- rfatin with .& vinv ta nrevont dis integration of the party, since a number ot members had pledged themselves not - to interfere with, tho existing tenureo, and sotuo comprotpise had to bo arri...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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A NASTY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

? A NASTY. ACCIDENT. Ou Friday evening last Master Mackenzie, while riding across the creek bridge, mot with V nasty acci dent. We' undoratand a young, lad was riding a' bicycle 'alongside young Mac's bojsoi'and thb two were sky larking, aud through aome error of jndgmeut on the part of the oycliat, the bioycle got in betweon the horse'a hind lega, which treatment the hone naturally rcsontod, and threw ita rider. .Itisnot known what. really happened.:' Whether the boy waa dragged by tbo atirrup or hnng on lo'-the reigns, but- ho waa dragged vory nearly tho length of the bridge, and came ioio contact with a post, wlibro.bo waa freed, . He waa fear fully knooked about, and was* taken' into Mr. Adams1 placo, ~jmd evonta ally romove.d in & serious condition to bis homo. .' . ; *-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

POULIC NOTlUr, I DON'T TORGKt' ' ''~ FIRST Grand Regalia Ball Under tho auaplct* i-f tbo local II.A.C.H. Society, to bo hold iu thu TOWN HULL, MONDAY, MARCH 17, Firftt Cla?* Music Provided. Tickotsj 7a Gd, Double i Gs, Singh* t 3* Cd, I.udy'a Sioglo. JUVENILE SIGHT TUESDAY, MARCH 18. Adults tiilco floor at 10 o'clock. K. COCKnURK. .V. EDWARDS, Joint Sees. THE North Western General Engineering Motor Works and Garage. (La to MofTat'a Coachworks) GUNNEDAH* Repairs to ull CLicmja of Machinery. Motor acooMoriM kept In Stock.* ? '* Touring Car (or Hire. 1 P. C. LAKGLEY, Meclinuical and Con* 1 suiting. Engineer. , - O. H. RtOHARDS, Proprietor. i A WELCOME I GUEST i ; Mi THE HOME j m : THE FAMILY STIMULANT. tl¥ffPTff¥P M til H F1 il frl.frl El ,EI fJ rhe Aberdeen Line DURBAN, CAPETOWN, PLYMOUTH I AND LONDON. ' Calling at Melbourne aud Freetnantle. Moiuvian, '4573 tuna, W. J.-liurge, about March 7. Themistoclm, 11.1T31 tons, 'A. Douglas, - about Apri. 0. . Mirathok, 8000 toaa, L'. J. Collins...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Correspondence. W« ire At aU titoN willing to publUh eoncipoudeoc* of Any publle Intemt. but at tht -nm- tLiae it. muit bi cloarly ondcr*tood that *e . do not etowArilyiDitonetbooploloo* «xrreme^.— t.p

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An Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

An Appreciation; Tbo Chief Commissioner 'for Railways ?(Mr. Ti R. Johnson) has caused tho undermentioned letter of appreciation from Lord Cholmsford (prior to bis departure from Now South Wales) to be printed and distributed among the Office of Chief Commissioner, Sydney, 6th March, 1913. (Circular to tho Staff). At tbo special request of His Excel lency tbo Governor, I desire to convoy to tbo members of tbo staff in tbo rail way service His Excellency's keen appre ciation of, ond grateful thanks for, the courteous attention and kindly consider ation tendered to him on all occasions. Tho following is an extract from His Excellency's lotter to me dated tbo 6th instant:— 'From tho highest to tho lowest tu the ^Railway Department, I havo, re- ceived nothing bt* kindness; my per sonal comforts havo always been studied aud every care taken to make my trav elling as pleasant and comfortable as possible. 'Lady Chelmsford also desires me to convey to you, and to thoso members of tbo staff w...

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RAILWAY LEAGUE AND NARRABRI, TO COONAMBLE RAILWAY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

RAILWAY LEAGUE AND NAK ? VKABBI^J.TO COONAMBLE -- ' ''^RktIiWAY-4 '? (To the- Editor.; /'***' Sir,— Sevonil bustneus men htive complained that I did not cull a pub lic meeting as secretary of this Loagae, aud liavu n large deputation como up mid give evidence before the Parliamentary Standing Public Works Committee uu lAtU mat* ao public man objecta to criticism. But let it bo fair criticism ! The fact that the Committee would be here was duly advertised in tho Courier, and if tho public (busi* ness men in particular) don't read or patronise thoir local newspaper, then the j ought to (in my humble opin ion). Further, wheu tho Committee took evidence two years ago, I went to a lot of trouble to collect witnesses and statistics, which I placed before too committee, ana tno following I witnesses were secured : Mr. Fry, late of tho Department of Agrlcul 1 tore, Mr. Bradley, sawmiller, aod Mr. Johnson, fiora Pilliga Scrub. Tho farmers, too, came in from there. But erery Narrabri man that...

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Wedding. SHANLEY—HINDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Wedding. SHANLEY— HINDS. I Wednesday broko dull oud threaten ing, causing a deep gloom to settlo on tho fair faces of tho ladies of Bellata and district, bocauso our litflo town was to bo en fote, owing to an import Church of England on tho hill overlook ing tho town. Tho important event was a wedding — two happy peopto wero to embark together on tho voyage of life. Thoy wero going to solve tho gTcat problem 'is Taartiago a failure!' May their life provo that it is a glorious success I Tho contracting parties wero Mr. Francis Shanley, fifth son of Mr. Pat Shanley, of Glon Rock, Bellatn, and Angela, tho third daughter of Mr. F. C. Hinds, builder and contractor, f f Botfiita. * Punctually ot 3 o'clock tlio Rov. J. D. Villiers Reid, of Narrabri, arrivod at tho church, and a fow minutes o'fter tho bridegroom and his attendant, Mr. Jas. Shanley, mado thoir appcaranco. V/iu- ttin lftrlioV hoarta fluttered: thoir, curiosity was fully awakened and tho ; disinterested malo portion of tho con...

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The Great Serial Story. The Misjudged A Tale of a Victimised Person, with the Sins and Treacherous Tactics of Her Associates. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

'The Q re at Serial Story. The Misjudged A Tale of a Victimised Person, with tho - Bias aad Treacherous Tactics of I Her Associates. ^ By Constance Eldridge. Author of thqll' Will of Mrs. Littlojohn.' j ' Tho Scrocy,' 4c. I Thoy wero oomo to a plonk bridgo ! over ouo of the ditchos as Nona said I this, and Bcrtio waited until sho had ! crossed beforo replying. 1 'I ratlier fancy Mrs. Birnio wants converting hersolf.' ho said, when bo had regained Nona's side. 'But, I say, Nona—' 'Yos.' 'You mustn't uso words liko that. Ladies don't — not in publio, tEat is.' 'And thoy don't say a think ia ter rible good' or 'terrible bad.' Under stand?' 'Well? ' 'And they don't gjve plough bojs a ?bidin' ' as you all It.' 'Well?' 'You'ro getting oncry, Nona?' 'I'm not.' ' . . 'You don't mind mo telling you about tbeso little things— these littlo faults?' 'I want to know all my faults.' 'You'ro difforcnt from most peoplo thon.' 'So I may bo, but that's no roason why I shouldn't bo told.' ?That's shar...

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MR. BEEBY'S PLATFORM. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

MR. BEEBY'S PLATFORM, 1 .v '. (To tbe Editor.) 1 Sir,— -i.havo read; the platform of the National Progressive' Leaguo as annon'nded'by Mr.-Beeby.aVArmidalo very carefully.'; With one exception it eeems to me to-be entirely -lacking in n.a oeonnf{n]« tt^nlrl . onnpnl - to the Radical Liberal elemout in tho oommnnity. If you except' '.effec- tive votiug ' what is there but an ? ? imitatiou of tho leugthy aud largely meaningless strings of .platitudes auoh -as Liberal aud Labor parties now.possoss. ' In Federal, matters no proposal ia advanced for a reduction iu the cost ^ i«»iuK iwjtun «= vi k«u most vital importance to wage earn ers, and tlio anomulous Federal land tax is not oven meutioned: Iu tho State arena the excessive . loan expenditure to enhance tho value . of land privately owned by 15 per cent, of the people at tho expense of 85 per cent is to continue. There is no proposal to allow producers to get thoir products to market cheaper. More landlords aro to bo bought out with ...

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Destruction of Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Destruction of Rabbits. Many pooplo appear to bo under tho impression that poisoning is tho only mothod that can bo used to dostroy rab bits ou thoir holdiugs. This is not so. Thoy may uso any motbods iu their power so long as tbo P.P. Board is satisfiod that somo id nmdo to cradicato tho pest. Tho Act states that: — ' 'It shall bo tho duty of tho owner or occupier respectively of auy land from timo to timo to suppress and destroy, by all lawful means, at h& own cost,- and in accordanco with tho ro qnircments of tho Board, as specified .under tho provisions of soction 61 of thin Act, all rabbits and noxious ani mals which may from timo to time bo upon such land or- upou any roads bounding or intersooting tho samo or any part thoroof. ' Any such owner or occupier who fails to fully and con tinuously porform such duty as afore said hhall bo liablerto a penalty on tho -fitut conviction of not moro than £10, and on tho second conviction of not moro than £'25, and on tho third or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

? ? PUDLIO NOT10B. ? ? ? ' lb0 vi8lt Mr. Bas«er, And Havo Your Eyos Tested Cn. fV^ — If yoar Eyes easily tiro aod throb, if *%}/// TlAir.llr \* yon have con«lant heidachcs, if your 4-/illU^ Bigbtat times becomei blurred, or if your sipbt troublts you in any way. you sboold take adranUgs of my offer to thorouBhly aod *cientific»11y t^at Your Lyes. Abaolutely F/eo. Each Eye will bn sxtminod dfparately with tbo aid of tho very latest aod most improved io» filromcDt*. including tbo Corooa Opbtbatmiscops, tbo Drat iu Auatraha, aod glasses will noi bo recommended unices they aro poeltlvoly necessary. Children's Eyes are also treated, and in every imtanco my charges are very reasonable. Mr cortiScatet are the hieheit in Anat'alla, eocnrcd In the Bt«t Optical Inatl tutea, and ob'alo'd by elimination with dejrea from victim, Berlin, Urea dec, London, and New York. I employ no Agent', aod condoct my basincsi personally. Do not forgot to visit mo doring my stay in your town S. A- Basser, Vienn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

public NbYiasr '' rv^ Follow the Crowd i. TO THE GREAT SUMMER* f ALE AT ~ Weale's Cash Store New Wheat! New Wheat! . To Wheat Growers ? — If you have not seoured the best Prioes in the past, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., Marls: Lane, Sydney. Regarding your sow crop. They aro admittedly tbe loading Wboat Sales moa of tbo Stato, with tbe biggest IocaI aod Shipping connection. Free Storago and Liboral Advances can bo artangod. Stores Darling Island and City. Bcmotnbor-— Highest Prioes, Lowest Charges We Do 1!$ I the . : j Rest! j| I DROP A LINE TO O?''/ GOWING BROS. 8 EVERYTHING FOR Men's & Boys' Wear . 481 to 490 GEORGE STREET { Q vn y ry and 3 to 17 ROYAL ARCADE j' V ' U W 1 1 ? Catalogue of 120 pages and Pattern Books (oyer 1,000 designs to choose from), self measurement form and tape, forwarded 1 post free. All orders are carriage paid in Australia. All measures once received are registered and can be referred to at any time We Do tHe Rest ! ? . . — Albt. A. Woods, SPEE...

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Taylor Testimonial. A VERY LARGE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

I ' Taylor Testimonial. . A VERV LARGE GATHERING. - On Friday night tho presentation to -lato Hoadmaater Taylor took placo in tho School of Arts. Tho Mayor occu pied tho chair, and waa supported by Messrs. Hulbert, Hinds, Faulkner, Mc Alister, Dr.' Barton and Warden. Tho hall was fillod too and bottom with citi .rons and- their children. . Tho Mayor made apologies for Dr.'a Park aud Cado, Mr. Geo. Black, M.L.A., and Mr. McIIaflte. Tho procoodings wore oponod by nn orchcitral item entitled 'Shadows/' and . Mrs. McGrath and Mr. SlcClel land favored the company with musical items, Mr. Wardon, on behalf of tho school ohildrou, said ho wished to present Mr. Taylor with a token of tlioir esteem. FT* «rw,9u«^\ »,a.T witli Mr. Taylor, in tbe school for 18 mouths, and know Mr. Taylor was held in tho highest esteem. Mr. Taylor was moro than a master; ho was a helper and had dovoted hours of his timo to help along a studont. Spoakiog for tho tcachors, ho had dono tumorous actions to- help thor...

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