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Cablegrams. Britain's Preparedness. SPEECH BY LORD ROBERTS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

[?] Britain's Preparedness. SPEECH BY LORD ROBERTS. LONDON, Sunday, , Loid Roberts addressing six thon* sand worjeora at . Wolverhampton, England, said the. Government should complete .the. territorial scheme bv~^ tho adoption of persorial^serrices, ania rfootofn,! auV. . England to -adjust ''tho European balanco of power in Napoleanic times cost Britain aixjinndred million stcr liogsi ? ; -. ?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chinaman Shot Dead. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Chinaman Shot Dead. SYDNEY, Monday. Choug Fong, an elderly tfluncse, who was employed in a market garden at Rockloy Hall, noar. Parramafta, «ra ? found dead in bis garden yesterday with a bullet wound in bis breast. How tbo doceased mot wjtlrhis death is a mvntot-v. hut a rrrnnln nt boon detained in- connection with tho matter. ? It is believed that the bullet was fired by someono out sporting in* the locality and .that the occurrence might havo boen accidental.

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Canadian Navy Bill. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

Canadian Navy Bill. i: ? CONDON, Sunday. ? The; Opposition to the Navy : Bill' in . the;Canadian'Houio-of Commons con titiuos.j Indications. i-oint to a genoral - election shortly... ? ? ?

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Creek Vessels Destroyed. LONDON, Sunday. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 March 1913

[?] LONDON, ? Sunday^ LONDON, Sunday. Tho Turkish cruisor, Hamtdib, des troyed threo Groek transports and dam'oged two otbora..

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Telegrams. The Sydney Show. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

Telegrams. The Sydney Show. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Tlio annual Sydney Show on tho wholo snrpaMM any prerioita gatncring. I

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MR. WADE ON THE THIRD PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

MR. WADE ON THE THIRD PARTY On buturday afternoon a number of i Liberals tendered. Mr. 'Wade, leador of tlio party, a picnic as a welcomo on hts roturn home, . after six uionths' trip to Japan. In his hpcech Mr. wane ret ferrcd ' to tlio third party, which -io characterised as 'a ghost looming ou tho horizon, which would uovcr bo sub. Htantinted.' Peopio might bce.filiort coniiu'gs in- tho Liberal party, uqd tlio remedy was to work tho party up and. solidify -it, not to accept somothing possessing dangors tho oxtout of which tlioy did not know. As far as bo could sco, tho Indopendent Party was a partv of cuckoos, who would. 6toa| al|:tl}$y could from both oxi6ting parties, and then sot off on their own with t%oir jll-gotton plunder. ^Tho publio'bnly. wanted to bo informed of tho insincerity of this party to turn it down,' and have only the two parties— the Ministry and thoso oppose*} to it, on. broad questions of ptiotfplo.

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THE FLOATING VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

. 7, THE FLOATING VOTE. . Tho following figures will givo those of our readers* who aro deep -students of matters political uu idea as to how thov oting has gone iu connection: with tho byolcctions siuco tho last Federal and Stato elections:— LIVERPOOL PLAINS. ? . Labor. LiburaL XLijorilv.' 1010: - 3203 JJ473 702 ?: 1011: 4025 3511.- M4- \ MUDGEE ' Labor. ' Liberal. : Majority: ' 1010: . 3476 , . ? 3062 . ' 424 i 1011 3173 2075 - 108 BLAYNE1 ^ ;? k.v: n v ^.dl^bor.N. 'li^ei^Ti^^^ority. 1010 t 2700 2202 ** t$7\ t 1013 2244 ** 2108^. IfO ^ YASS ( ' \ ? - 'Labor.' -Liberal; .?.'Majority.- 1010 Bill 2701 v 407 1013 2072 i431 41 Iu tho Wornwa federal oloctiou tlio 'majority of 1840 m 1010 was reduced to 330 in 1012. - In Alexaiidrnv tin tnajority* of .2302 in 1010 wits reduced in 1912 to 1740. 7

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WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

\t OOL REPORT. . ? Schuto. Bell and - Co. Ltd. ' ' report tinder dato I7th March: — Following upon a slight ro-action oorly last week, values of ^description of wool,. except wasty 'aiid; inferior descriptions, .have recontly shown huoyancy. again at tho current London' sales, prices coaling on* Friday at tho host lorols of tho series. Local interest at present centres in tlio i usual Easter carnival here, and it is a matter for congratulation Uint so maiiy inlanders can como to Sydney this week i freo from 'onxiety as -to tho outlook which was ^coming serious prior to tho recent rainfall. Winter fe^d is now fortunately assured in most districts of ? tho Stato, and prospects for tho growing clip aro correspondingly improved.

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FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

^ FOUND DROWNED. I On Friday last Mr. T. King found tho fully dressed body of a man In the Namoi River near Baau Baa, and in forming tho Boggabri police, tho latter mado au investigation. Tlio Cody was that of a mau between 40 and ft), modium build, reddish brown hair* clean sbaveu. Ho had ovidently been in tho water aoreral days; no marks of vio» lonco wcro visible, and thero wero no I papers. Deceased had no upper, tooth, j and was wearing dark grey trousers and ' cotton shirt, . and grey flannel under- , shirt. Tho burial took place at Baan ' Baa tho satno day. In iuqulry is to' bo hold, and tlio polico aro tanxious to establish identity.

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EASTER RAILWAY TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

EASTER RAILWAY TRAFFIC. Tho Easter traffic ha* been very heavy on tho North-Wcstcru lines. Consider able difficulty has been experienced to moot the abnormal demands upon the department's passenger accommodation. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 18th, 19th, and 20th inst., the North .West mail to Sydney will be run in two divisions from Narrabri. Last night a cheap excursion train from Invcroll to Sydney arrived in Narrabri with 300 passengers ou board. Narra bri* contribution increased the numblf to 400, and tbo train departed at 6.40 on timo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

LottheEmlnontVlonnaOptlclan ,T«a* Your 8lght. ' At the very first signs , of failing or do* . fectlve vision you should; haro y our eyes attondod'to wifiiout dolay. Nature's warn ing comos In many forms. Vou may have to bold your papor further away to read in comfort, or aftor sowiug or other closo work your oyes may bo tired and sore. Don't ''delny. . Eyo troubles takon in timo can easily bo corrooted. Left too long thoy will m6an increased, expense, and danger of los ing your sight.* Mr. Bassor, tho ouunont Vienna Ophuialmic Optician, will bo In this town on the date montioned below, and his visit . offers an exceptional opportunity of havingyouroyesscientiilcallyand skilfully teetea f reo of chargo, and sultablo glasses suppliod if necessary. This gentleman has secured high credentials by examination in .tho leading optical.institutes of Vienna, Berlin, Dtesdunr London and -New York. Ho Is also a- qualified Master of tho British Masters* Optical Association.. Mr, Baascr. makosno'...

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SUCCESSFUL STUDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

SUCCESSFUL STUDENT. We are pleased to amuiutico that ouc of our townsboys has beoti successful as a law student. 5fr. Robert Lloyd, sou of Mrs. Lloyd, of the Namoi hotel, who has been articled to Mr. Links, of Gunnedah, has successfully passed his final examination, and applied, on tho l'Jth pro*., to bo admitted as an at torney. Wo congratulato Mrs. Lloyd nud wish him success in tho future.

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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

- Hospital Committee. The usual monthly mooting of the Hospital Committee was held on Monday I evening. Present: Mr. P. J. Levey (chair), aud Messrs. P. Gotta, B. Smith? J . Brackenreg, J. Hinds, W. Madgwick, ? and Hulbert, and seo. Ecther. Correspondence :-7-Trom R. T. Paton, Inspector of Hospitals, stating that wr* tain fnformstion ro hospital bad not - Been recoived. From Railway and Tramway em ployees, sending £7/16/3. From the Under Secretary, ro pro posod additions to hospital, pointing out certain defects in tho plana sub mitted. Bame ro isolation ward site. Messrs. Hulbert, Brackonreg and Levey were appointed a sub-committeo to chooio a sito for isolation ward. From Chas. Ford, Socrotary Railway Employees' Hospital Fund, ro aum of £8/4/4 paid for patient, W. Trcgonxa, In orror, aud asking for rofuud of same. Said patient is not employed on rail way, aud is driving butchor'a cart in Narrabri. I From Kronhoimer, bonding £1/1;-. - From Under Secretary re report ou ? : tho accou...

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FIRE AT MUNGINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

FIRE AT MUNGIXDI. A disastrous firo occurred at Mun* gindi and resulted in tho destruction of thrcu business places, viz.', ' JucoW general storo, Mackeurio's billiard aud barber's saloon, ami Goddnrd's btock nnd statiou agency.

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District News. ROWENA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

Distriot News. ROWENA. News was. recvivod of tho death of. . ^ Mr. Ernost Mossman, brother ofMcssrs, Fred and A. Massman, of Oloudaro, Rowona. From particulars to hand, Mr. Massman was only ill a few days, and is was found noccssarr.for liim.to undergo an operation, under which ho oxpircd. Although only a resident of Rowoitu for a short time, ho mado many - . friends and was very popular. Boiug a young man of fino physiquo, ho joined in all tho borts, cspccialy cricket. His untimely death at tho early ago of 31 years is deeply regretted, and tho deep est sympathy is felt for tlio relations.

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MINISTERIAL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

MINISTERIAL CHANGE. eRv. C. I». Connor, -vbo ha.i been vu ehargo of tho Mothodist Cliurch of the Narrabri-Weo Waa circuit for the pnst 13 months, has boon appointed by Con* ferenco to Tamworth— a change ho should approciatoly groatly, . . Tho Rev. C. 31. Wnterhouse, lato of Russol Island Now Guinea, will succeod him in this circuit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

New boro 'baths, to cost £2178, aro - to bo erected at East Morse.'. . Oloment's Tonlo. THE NATURAL BEUZDT FOB WEAR KEBVEQ AKDPOOB BLOOD. ;; 81LND FOB IT AND BECUBE HEALTH. Manr ot ihs moat aerioa* Hem. Slamwb, tirer, tai'KidiMTdfteuM win from Uekofe&n toktep the atomuh ta good wotkioy order. Folaona pet - intotb«bIoode*uMdbyth« efletamalter famaoting ' la the n&tarml dl««iUt-e ehanafla. Than ira have tie umsle. deblUUud mtcX ta out city ttneU, mta asd vomea vbo « (ev ««aks befora appeand eqaal toSOjraanoflife. How maar paraona la Awixmlia ture iou with aaeb month, beeanaa of seatect, which haa Aided tha dtaeaae whioh killed I Aodaoltlathe nlaia duty of all mea aad women to keep the great ' nem and blood madidae-GLEU£NT'8 TOKIC alwmjraAthaed. The teaUmoarffiTca toft tell their own atory. Dorior tha hot n tamer taontha -u-d the ehanglog aeml-aaltrr pertoda of antomn aad winter la N.artV,, eapedallr In tha far north and ioUnd diateiet*. CLEMENTS TOOTO ia tha nwdlo'oa f...

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

?TOOK MOVEMENTS. ? On ing to dry conditions in tbo North* West, stock movements in regard k- I agistment clsowhorc, havo been very I heavy, and is likely to continue so for snmo timo unless the weather changes. | Tho Railway Department has beou kept I very busy. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

?v PUBLIC 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 Yo ttt Shopping at KIRKWOOP'S. Highest Grade Goods at | ? Lowest Possible Prices ? Sporting materials of all Descriptions in Stock KIRKWOOD'S, no. ?PhnnoNn.8. NAKRABIU. BOOMERANG BRANDY. BOOMERANG is the ORIGINAL BRANDY, unt b« NEVER BEEN EQUALLED by any other Australian .Brandy I j': II is held in the lli^bot E#teem by (be Medical Profession, WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO he HIGHEST GRADK Tobacco mauuf.icturul by the fanvvi* fura — T. O WUllClfttt Oompany. VircinniJ. U S.A Although (he mn)t -Expensive Tobacco product J. it is sold t ? ibr public at the usie ptlee si nfcrlor qualities. THROGMORTON WHISKY. (fit now become one of the MOST POPUL'Mt Brand* of Wbiiliy on the market ? Owing to it* Mrmts and Puarrv ov Quautv, . THROGMORTON* O.NCK THIED BECOMK3 TIIE FAVORITE. ' STIRLING ' SEWING M CHINES pi, . A Hlgh-Orado Domostlo Sowing Maohino s\v at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 19 March 1913

Subscription ; IN ADVANOE I £1 poranniim.* BOOKED I 6s. per quarter, or 249. ? per year.

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