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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

,1 Advertising Rates: ' : . j -_.v 'VV- ' '? 5 ? i da. First Inohi ; ; : 2s; each additional Inoh. *********** ? 1 8pgtltl'Rate$ fof Standing Adtfertitemonlf.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boxing. LESTER DE[?]ATS DORAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

' ^ ' Swing. LESTER DEEEATs/dOBAN ? . v ^ Jack; Leatar defoat«4^Fat Doran in tUo eocpod. roundyftt Adelaide last )?: Wednesday nighty/ - !

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forest Exploitation. INAUGURATING THE BLOCK SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

?; j ~ Foraat Exploitation. '? iltiAU Gti llATlNCT ? THE BLOCK I ' SYSTE5f. . -baring Ibo cnfcaing your, tbo :De .. pftrtmontp -of ?' Forestry .'^rropoocs- to ?? inaugurate tho blockaysi^.i of caU, ? 'ting. upon* foycst1 -?caerv^'.-in . tba , r. North- Western v Fori'cafry -District, - ? and as. a- 'preliminary atop' thcrotb. have oxemplcd from tho operation of ? onlintay timber -hconw8,.tho moro ;'lxppottADtf06eJlt,TC9CrVe3TTUbjQtho . -At .thepresent timo-tlioi-o is an - ? ' Qttor atacnco: of system- in timber -catting, * and-tho forests aro in ft ^.vdeploreble m ; consequence. . Happyitt-th^posee&ioa of .a' timber . ? hwnao costtng^htmhalf a crown -and . : ?'.givyig^un thoronof tbo wholo fruit, ?- tKa'timbor getter : hacks , right and. : -leftaft'thcfbcsb. trees aud takes :what : ' he-will oat of tbem. .The-waato. pf. : asefnl timber andcr theso conditions { is,* fa the .-presonti time 'of. growing Umbor shortagesia tbe-NortliWeat, w distnrbtagywhilst^ tbo accumulation 1- ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. New Wheat! New Wheat ! To Wheat Growers If you havo not secured tho beat Friooa in tho past, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND GOV., MarK Lane, Sytlney, I,:-: : . Bunrdiiut vour now crop. Thoy wo admittedly tho loading Whoal Sale. mon of tho State, with tho tipcat lo-*l and SMppin* connection. Frco ? Storogo and Liborftl Advanceacan boixriangod. Stores Darling Ifilnoa ana 'City. Rotnombor — Highest Prices, Lowest Obargo*. in III Hi 1 Hairdresser, G. W. Nelson, est ' I HAS JUST ADDED A . . . I Stationery Department to his Present Business. | All Stationery Eequialtoa at Lowost Bates. ? , f All Brands of Tobacoo, Cigars A Cigarettes In Stock. . . . x Edison rhonograplia and Records a Speciality ? f Tho Halrdrosatag Saloon ia Btill to tbo front, undor tbo care _JB | ; of a First Class Barber. ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? - ? ? ^^9' 1 D II I 1 ADnC 'tWO^Jew' Celebrated STAN: I BILLI/tilUO. — - pard ? ? - 1 A VISIT INVITED.'. ' 7 § . NEXT TO THE CLUB HOUSE HOTEL. GOWINGS' AUSTRAL SUITS To Me...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. (Before Mr. A. C. Butler, P.M.) Tuesday, January 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

? Police Court. ? (Bofore Mr. A, 0. Butler, P.M.) Tuesday, Jonuaty 7th. ? Robert'Williams was deemed to bo in ianc.' C. Do LopervaQcho,-tDsdlcal officer, deposed to examining the. patient, and bo did not consider ho. was fit -to be dis chargod.— Bemandod . for .seven 'dAys for furthor obsorvatjjn. 'Prank Pitz'^orald . was charged with allowing billiards to bo played on liconsed premises on Sunday, Oth Jauuary. at 12 15 a.iu., pload.*d guilty. % Constuble Lane de posed ee-/ing tlio two persons, playiug billiard? at 12.1b a.m. Tuo P.M. said tho 'person/.' who woro playing should bo chargol with aiding and abetting. Ho . fined defendant £2, the minimum uuo. . Sauiutl Bonnott,. chargod with driving a vehiclo.ln Maitland'Street to the danger of pedestrian v at 7.50 at nigliti ploauod. guilty.— Fined £3, costs (is, or ono month. ? Harold lipor was cliarocd.vritb allowing a horso to 'jtmy in the streets.— Fined 85b, costs 0d,o'.'21 days. 'X ' B. Kha:j applied for a hawker's licensc. — Qran...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

It I* tho rssolv* To obt»ln Itil litNUlNE TANDER EUOALVPTIEXritAOr whkb wUI pro care for you a remedy of sterling vslo's and will protect yea from bating vour b'eslth ' !a». juiiedby one of the m'»uycrude oila and so- called 'Extracts' which are -no* palmed ofl by unscrupulous Jcileri as a- just as good, '. and which are according to authentic msdica lestimony very depressing to the heart, Tht. 3ENm,NE m/UNDFU EXTRACT i» abso. luteiy nrp5(f)]brious and bilngs instantaneous relief Ifl/liCa-Uibe, fever*, . colds, . lung aud »tomfcb;(fHu;-|es, and its ureal- anliicplic powfis protect .rrom.ftiuire infection. . Ulcerst ?wound*, tiuins, spnlni, arc healed' witbons infhn.uiati.-ii: fANDEK'.S EXIKACT ii eo(l»i«t-l -v (he highest medical authuiilie. m'l i «? 111- iti cITcct t purity, reliability and -M'tw -ate-its .disilnKuUbing- qualities Tbeu'tui*. : Get the GENUINE SANbr.RS' EX 1 RiVLl— insisi if you ha;e lo— but get it ind detive tbe benefit. -- ?. '/ -

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vital Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

Vital Statistics. Through tho courtesy of the District Hegistrar, Mr. W. L. Davits, wo publish tho followiug statistics for tho quarter ending 31st December, 1912: — Births: males 43, females 45, total 88 ; DoatliB : nmlos lO, females 7, total 23; Marriages; 19. Siuco tho 30th October, 1912; 40 bonuses h&vc been- paid for births. I

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

6fflclal. ' Department of llumo Affair*, Molbournc, 21th December, 1012. 1 Doar Mr. Webster,— I nm in receipt J of your letter of tho 17th instaut, regarding tho proposed additions to | tho Post Ollleo Haitding at Narrabri, Now. South Wales, and havo to adviso that tcudors for this work aro rotaruablo ou tho 13th proximo. — King O'MuUey, Mluibtor for Homo Affairs.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

OUIiSELVKS. In tins, oar first issuo of ' Tho North Western Courier,' wo feel bound to make to oqr nutuorous sub* acribers a fall explanation of tho causes that led np to tho formation of a Limited Liability Company, for tho purpose of publishing ouo good ttt-weeMy uuwspaper iu placo of tho two infetior papers published hither to. Of courfio it ia needles to say that iu carrying oat this project, tho two existing papers had to be incor porated, as it would ho absurd to think of startlog 'a third newspaper in Narrabri.' ''Therefore, wo Would haston to osplaiu that uoithor tho 'Ago' nor tho 'Jlorald' is de funct; on tho -contrary, all thoir virtues and powors in advocating matters teuding to advnuco ' tho dis trict or benefit allot' any section of our community, wilt .be carefully preserved aud maintained. We con tend, after tho most caroful con sidoratiou, that no one in tho whole district can say that they sustain any kind of loss by tho change, while wo say, without hesitation, tha...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE. It will bo noticed that tho ' Narrabri Affo ' heading Is used in thl® issuo on tho front pase* Tho reason for this Is that we must sond this Issuo through the post offlco as tho 'Narrabri Ago,' pending tho registration of tho 11 North western Ocurler' at tho G.P.O*, Sydney. $}f)e fj[oi:tI}=(&test (aoitvici TUESDAY, JANUARY 7th., 1913.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Acquisition. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

An Acquisition, Sir Harry Cameron, tho well known Tamworth horso owner, who sumo timo ago disposed of Mnlga Bill, tho noted high jumper, has purchasod another porformer in this line from Miss Armstrong, of Casino. Tho name bestowed on this animal iu Half' Holiday, aud he is a bright, chestnut Btnuding 10 hands. Uis record high jump is Gft Din., which was achieved at tho Casino shov.' iu 1911.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL State Medical Officer. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

LOCAL AND GENJERAL Stato Medical OfHccr. Dr. Ashburtou Thompson, who is tho principal Government medical oflkcr, and also president of 'tho Board of Health, is retiring in March after a long and successful official career. U pon Dr. Thompson's retire ment tho Department of Health will bo considerably eulnvged, and will tako iu other departments, whiuh all nloncr should havo been part of it. Tho now mnu in chargo is almost cer tain to Dr. I'aton, who at present occupies the post of Inspector of Hospitals and Charities. Thk posi tion in futuro will bo attached to the Health Dopartmout.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

NIOHTS HOBBID PLAOUE r -You knoir'irhatlt is.'-vpilps., c- ' Nearly driva yoii mao, Hard to boar. - t ♦ Hard to get rid of. , -, Canlt find rebaf. 1 . . But wait a minuU.' ; Tea, you oau too». - - S/ ?. Ifs a case of knowiog how. V K',- 'v.-.'-'';' - . Knowing how mean's relief,1 v ^ : vv;^ ' It mean a get the right thing, -. ?'-. ??:-/? ' ?.... ; It aean'e get Doan'a Ointment. - j ' Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching akin.' diaeasea diaappott nndar:'. ? ' - - ; i the aoothiug influance of Doan e Ointment. ? : ^ / . V ? Harasproof.ol this:— , ^ v ^ etraet, Narrabri, aud.now living ia^jlait* ► t l| land, says:—' For ja'aayyoaralluivo been - - a eutferer of itcbiog piles. ? During that ► ? v V time I-tried Various remedies but' could ,, ; -'r'S-^T\ not obtain relief. ' After trying so -many.' ? ^ J ''-^-.-'4: preparations'irithoutauc«aa, t.wM begin-,'/'' v ?/.'] \K eing to get;diacQUraged# then J[ heard of DoatfsOlnbnent, andlt'ffaa ao well spoken';': 'P' V.--'' of that 1 decided...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEEMED TO BE INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

DEEMED TO BE INSANE On Wednesday boforo ilema; .J. E. Asber and' W; J. DavJfl, J's.P., - Bobert WillUuiit, a bnshman, aged 35 yean, waa charged with being of an* sound mind, roaming, about. West Narrabri.— Constable W. Lano, ata« tionod flt-Wost Narrahn, atatod that-. . . : thc accnsedwas noting in a most it* '' sano manner; ho had takoa -two or - . ' tlireo fits, and ? Boemod to fancy- that some tornblo misfortune waa abont to Ji^fall him. Tho constahld locked r^^-iiid for a tirao bo . secmsd to . prorod, and bocamo^^Lj' ,0. Ho had beon drinking, engaged catting timber in .thb^^v^; ?, may havo Buffered from the Bun/ bnt.'. ' .^y--;, ;: in any caso-ho waa vory violent, and ' did not eeotn fit to bo at lar^o. ! ' . H6; was,romandqd*^for.; eight' days -,:V -v for medical obserriationi }.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

Peraonal. BYELAND, FRANK, wool rollor, writo to iiyflUoJ. W3 ttoubrant, Uulnich Jfai. Death. O'NEILL.— Dted at llarjont, Afondilo. ? *U Collarenobri, Coriiolius J. O'Nvil, third eldest 10a of EIlcu O'Neill, age 2) years. '' In Memoriam. MckLN'ZIE.— Id sad but loving memory of oar dear daughter. May McKcntio, ?ho dvpartod thfs life December 20, 1 1911, aj^d 22 years. 1 Our homo ii so lonely without our darling, J How we miis your dear llttlo faco s or eh a OJrufort when in trouble, None vn earth can (ill your pli w. Inserted by her loving father aud I mother, E.and C. Adams. MchLNZIE.— In loviag tuemory of my divir wife, who doptrtcd this lifo Do ccrnber 20tb, 11*1 1, a^ud 2-.' yearr. My. heart is so lonely without yon my | ' dirtiug, | How I miss your sweot little faio ; I Such a comfort when in trouble, Noneon earth can till your place. Inserted by hor loving huaband, AIox« ander McKonzie. McKLNZIE —In sad but loving memory of our dear sister, May McKenxio, who departed this life D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

ruisMO' notice. ? ^ PARTICIPATE IN THE FREE DISTRIBUTOR OF XMAS : GIFTS ! IN THE Drapery, Millinery and Boot epartments ' DURING DECEMBER. See Hanbills for Particulars. DANIEL WARD, Barry & Stafford's Corner, Narrabri BOOMERAHO BRANDY. IIOOMERANQ' It (fco ORIGINAL ' VNOY. »n.l bit NKVfiR QBCN ..'EQUALLED fcy ir.y ; \-ntralun flrsndjr ? , V ';IW HlR'jeu Die;... i-. ; \ Medical PiofoJwi. ''Vi^LCOMH r^UGGBT TOBACCO ???..« he IHGi. :?-«/. ».?;« At-I-. i jImcc- -'»?« ?: ;!)- f» ?»?»» firo-T. 0 Williams .. ? ? ? *-- ? ?? r. . _ V-.v''-'-'-. ? i ?''Allhotichilif mi-^ TT*^»;:«Ke T-'mceiJ it ».iM l- th? j bile it the um piiee si ~ nf-eiior qmtil ? ( » THKO ImoRTON WHISKY? ? ?' ?' Hai now become one o' -fit .MOST POPUl.AK Itrar..;. oMViii«:,y on the market. .. Owin^ u-i'-. ..Uiiis a:tJ Pciitv o* Ofti'iV, tHKOGMOKTON o.\'- £ IIUI-D NECO'-iLS THE KAVOUJrK. ' STIRLING ' SEWING MACHINES A Hlgh-Qrado Lomostlo 8owlng Machine »t Half the Pilceif Ibe 'lime-Payment Article*. OUainble from Agen...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRUCK BY LIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

STRUCK BY LIGHTING. Uuritig' tho. prog ess of a dry thun derstorm lato- on Thursday afternoon) Loslio.Durrant, aged 29, (was struck dead by lighting. The1 body was much scorched. . j

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAUGHT IN RAILWAY POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

CAUGHT IN RAILWAY POINTS'? Cecil Wright, employed iu tho rail way department, had his foot crashed by a train though gotting! caught in tho poiuts. Ho was convoyed to his homo in Bowral, whero ; ho had to have his foot amputated^ i

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

FOUND DEAD. Goorgo Spratford, farmer, agod 50,^ a member of au old Galgong family was found dead on Thursday on tho' Morriwa-road. Apparently bo had died on Christmas Day. Tbo body was brought into Gulgong. i

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913

ACCIDENTALLY. DROWNED. At a Christmas Bay picnic Groonough River, Porth, Alexander Hobiton and ft companion named Sharp, went into batho. On Sharp emerging from tho water ho failed to find Hobiton. Ultimately ho saw his body at tho bottom of a pool of clear water. Ho failed to recover it till uoxt day. At tho inquest a verdict of accidental drowning was returned.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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