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Death Sentences Commuted. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Death Sentences Commuted. Tho Cabinet has commuted tho .death scntenco of Jos. Kgati, con victed of murder at Rodforn, to ten years, while in the enso of Albert Victor O'Grndy, who cut his wifo and child's throat at Annandnlo, tho death sontonco was ccmmntcd to im prisonment for life.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sixty Year's Mail Driving. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Sixty Year's Mail Driving. ? - Very low peoplo comploto (JO yonrs in ono ocoupation, and fuwer will see sucli nn oxtend ed term ns mail driver. At the end of 1912-- Mr — d. Moi-gan, of Young, .finished his .contract for tlm limnim*. nf'.I.hn 'fnillK'1 nnd MorringareHlii«il,'coinpre^ ting GO years on the roads. . ?, Mr. Morgan was 75 onlftst' Cinistmns Day. He began driving tho mail in the stir ring days. .of 1853. . llo theni drove IVom Bathurst to 'the Orphir Gold Diggings.' At'tor thrco years on this run he car ried tho mai's from Bathurst to O'Conriell Plains, nfter wards going to Goulburn, where ho hitd cliargo of the first mail from .Goulhurn to Tucna, and lator on ' to. : Chi»' oola Creek. Alter that '-he piloted the mails froth Wheeo to Cowrn, a distance 'of 90 miles; Oil' this' i un 'Mr',' --Morgan'1 'often': 'citrae iutp. contact '\yitIY .the buah^ rangers. » Ho'-was stuck. np by. ljen Hull at MummeJI; ' (ihd, also' hy Gardner at Keid's Flat, but never received nny injuries...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting Sensation at Auckland. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Shooting Sensation at Auck-| land. A sensational ineidept occurred at Auckland on Friday night last, when a young woman, Kathleen ? Sommer villo Jisobargod a rovolvor at W. J. Colwall,- a woU-known dentist, just -- miss mj.uiui. ColwelL stated tbat bo and tho woman wore .recently on friendly termi, and she becamo m idly in fatuated, with him, and for a consider able timo bad been making overtures r*.-; ? - to'bim which ho rojected. Lost oven -.'/ ? jug abe entored bis' dental rooms, . ' produced a rovolvor, and remarked, v/v- M.YOU Stui »ay no r end it.' Sho threatened to shoot him and tbon borself if ho did not agrco lo her proposal. Colwoll walked to the tolo phono to ring up tbo polico, - vrhca the woman fired. Jbo woman has beoo aiTesled.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Encourage Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

To Encourage Breeding. Bfessrs. Faulkucr Crothors, of Riveriuo, ou bobalf of tbemsolvos and other breeders of draught 6tockt are.urgtng tbo Wagga Assootation to take up tho question of encouraging jbi*oedera by ofTcriug largo prizes in all draught stock sections. Tliuy contend that tho Royal Molbouruo aud Sydney Stows are held at aiime of the year quite unsuitable to legiti* I muto breeders. They offer to donato j prize money and guarautce numerous vzhlbita if. tho -Wagga Association takes steps to niako Wagga show- i ground tbo uicctiug-piocofor brooders iroio Victoria and^c^Soijtb W^lcd.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Are You Enrolled? THE NEW LAW. COMPULSORY SECTION IN FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Are You Enrolled ? TUK NEW LAW. COMPULSORY SECTION IN' FOHCE. / It is uot gonerally realised that nndor tho now Commonwealth Elec toral Act if an oligiblo elector fails to got his or hor namo on tho roll a fino of not oxceeding £2 may bo im posed. Tho Commonwealth authorities havo brought tho first caso in Mel bourne, whoro an doctor lost Inosilay weok was fined 5s ns a warning to others. Tbo Crown in thiscaso asked for oi»ly ft nominal penalty and no coats. But iu futuro cases, now that publicity has boon given to tho fact, I moro fiovero penalties will bo asked for. Clauso 7 of tho now Act, provides that 'Tho Governor-General may, by any proclamation directing tho pre paration of new rolls, declare that tbo ne v rolls shall bo prepared under a systonj of compulsory enrolment, nnd shall direct that every person outitlol to euroluiont on any now roll ah ill sign and sond to tho proper officer, in accordanco with tho regula tions, u form of claim for enrolment and otliorwiso comply w...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempted Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Attempted Suicide. On Thursday, [ beforo 3Ir. H. L' Wulk'er, J.P., F. W. Davis, farmer of Turrawan, was charged 'with doing griovious bodily harm, by attempting to cut bis throat. . Ho pleaded guilty. Defendant bad been drinking vory heavily, and whcu.ljo did tlj'o deed bo was nnt responsible for bis actions; Ho was bound over.kf jceop tho peaco for 12 months noder'a.pcraonal bond of. £50.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Rifle Shooting. Hie mouibora of tho Jfurmbrl Rlflo Club Captain H. O. Bpcncf»r, Messrs. II. Logan, C. Pipor, A.. T. 'J horloy, J. J. Piper, A. T. Whltomun, H. J. Pipcr.am\Colinan»y«oii, visitotl ArmMalo dtirluc tho Christinas holidays to tnko part in tho riflo matches Iicld on tho 20th and 37th Decombcr. Tho younger shota comi^itod in tlio D series of matches only on lioxint; D.»y, nnd tho marksmen in tho 'A' ueries for all corners on tho 27th. Thovrcathor condition# wero very difU» cult to esperblly to those imnc cuatotncd to tho range, for though u dis tinctly noticeable light breoxo bli-w nearly nil tbo time, a few degrees ot ngnc oiion nnco had to be mado to keep within tho bounds ot tlie covcted hull's cyj. Somo or tho best inarksiuon thcro failed to under' stand tho conditions until half of their shooting was over, henco they had to ho content with a moderate ecoro oidy No wonder tbo scoring aU nlong tbo lino was low, 30 out of a possiblo of 40 vra* con siderod a tip-top soro,...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Poisoned Chocolates. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

The Poisoned Chocolates* Kobert Burgess was committed for I trial in Brisbane on Thursday on '6 j chargo of tlio wilfal murder of ^largaret Zillman at Rosentlml, Queensland, Tho woman did nft«f eating poisoned chocolates tscnt to her through tho post.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Do They? [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

. Do. They ? Fishes aro weighed in their scales { »; And an olophant jack* his' own trunk j ^ But rata novor toll their own tails, . And ono seldom gots chink m a chunk. Dogs soldom wear their own pants,; ? Which fact-lay them open to scoru i No nephew or niece fancies ants, ? . . And a cow novor blows its own horn. j A cat cannot purse its own claws. I No porcupine niba its own qutU, Though ornhan boars still havo their paws, A bird will not pay its own bill, Sick ducks novor go to a guack I, A horse cannot plough Ita own rnaue j A ship is not hurt by a tack, And a window no'cr suffers from pano. -

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

On Holidays. Mr. Williams nnd his family left by traiu on Saturday for Killnra whoro ho spends his annual holiday prior to taking up duty ns postmaster in Wagga Wngga.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

A Painful Accident. Whilst playing cricket with Narra bri against Tarriaro laBt weekt Geo. Williams bad the misforjtauo to - got his noeo. broken , while batting. This xueans-'& .big. Iqss to tbo local club, bui we liopo' to sc^.him in tbe Hold before long.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fitzgerald's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Fltscorald's Pictures Will show to-night (Monday) lUtli iust. Tho dynamo that hod tho main wires maliciously cut early ou Satur day nigbfc is now in going order again and can be relied -?u to show brilliant pictures. . Mr. Fitzgerald offers £5 reward for '? information tlut would lead to tbe couviction of the culprit,*

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fashionable Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Fashionable Weddlnff, .Miss Johanna Redmoud, daughter of Mr. Jobn Redmond, M.P., leader of. tbe* Irisli Nationalist Party, has been married to Mr. Green, chairman of.' the- Irish Prisons Doard. Miss Isabella DaUon,af Now South Wales, was oue of the bnde's traiubeorers at the ceremony.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Leaving. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

1 ? Leaving. . Nurse PaasGeld, wiio forsomo years bos practised in' Narrabri, has decided to leave these parta for Queensland. Her sons have',:tnkon up land near Dalby, and during tbe present wook 3Ira. PosaHeld will join them at tbeir now borne.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deserting From Hired Service. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Deserting From Hired Ser vice. ? A case of considerable im portance to farmers was heard at tho Inverell police court during Inst week, when T. G. Gosh, 0110 of the largest farm ors in the district, proceeded against onaries iinray, iui ward Dompsey, nnd Abraham Burtonsliaw, Inrin laborers, on a charge of having deserted from- hired services before ex piration of contrtict,; without reasonable excuse. , J Hardy's case was first heard. He pleaded not guilty . _ . Plaintifl's case was that the three 'employees/' approaohed* him on .Christmas ;Eve and demanded their money. They gave no warning. : Mr. Gosh, at the time, was in the thick of harvesting, and as ho could not get other-men, was left in an awkivard positiou. . . Hardy admitted the cireum- ' stances nnd was convicted, the Mngistrate ... expressing strong disapproval of his action, say. inor.:tliat if ho could do so lie would have been strongly in clined to send^Bardy to gaol.. Fined.- X 5, -costs '£L 17s Cd;, i.n default two; ...

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 — 13 January 1913

' IF PEOrLE K»EW IT'S yALUE, ' If people, kuow tho. real .vuluo , of ClituiborlainV Cough Remedy thoy wotild I never bo without a bottle iu tho house,' I saya Mr. I). D. Dobell, Bndgcry UmldingiJ, 1 Now Canterbury Road, Dulwich Mill, Now South Wales. * ' I bavo used it in my fam ily and consider it the safest uiediciito for (iitlior'ehildrcti ur adults, atid can thor oughly rccoiumend It to anyone.' ?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Frozen North. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Jhe Frozen North. -^pfefeBiUclipij.ljelongiug tOi thiirparty. .preceding, .the Schi'oeder-Strn'nsz expedition, wlfic'tf is'lio 'start in Juno next on riu attehipt , to mako .tho north-east passage, lias arrived at Advent Bay, bpitzbergcn. Ho reports tual his com panions are starving , ori tho northern, coast. VVhen they wore in almost the last stages of .Bouivy, they sent hiiri and two ethers to seek help. He left; iiis comrades' ex hausted by cold and hunger, at 'VVy de Bay. Twico ho nni' rowl y escaped doatlr through the ice .yielding, his, dog rescu ing him on-hoth oeoasions.. Ho ato '-liis last - tallow candlo on Christmas.Day^ , 'r/1 . . On .' his . arrival at . Advent Bay,- Gnpt.. Kits'chcr's clotfiQS had to M pulj-pff his body, aud both his ftpp were frozen. . . ? : A-'relief expedition lias been despatched. . ' .

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Growing Old too Soon. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Growing Old too Soon. Wo often hear it said by scientific men that human beings grow old too quickly, and dio too soon. Sinco v ? everything tbafc has life in duo time grows old and dies, wo must conclude f that nature intends man to dio „also. But what is 'duo timo ?' Tho ? scientific men say that tho race does not cojoy its full allowance of life, and that instead of ^growing old in tbo land which tho .Loru our uoa gives ub' we periBh prematuroly =v._ there/'cbiofly by reason of our own bliudaess and self indulgcnco. Whon wo look into tbo cases of persons havo lived to a great ago and enjoyed good health all through life, we generally find that thoy wero boru of healty and long lived pareuts, and that they them selves led ratbor abstemious lives, v . Almost always wo learn'thafc they ?? did not worry.' When* Doctor Harvey wroto his roporfc on tho death of 'Old Parr,' who is said to havo livod to tho ago of ono hundred nnd fifty-two years, ho nsed tho phrase 'sorry fare, but free f...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Boy. EULOGY BY A SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

, The Australian Boy. EULOGY BY A SCIENTIST. Amongst tbo many papers rend beforo tho Australasian Association for tho Advancement of Scicnco in j Melbourne on Wednesday that of tlio greatest interest was tlio pi-coidontial address delivered boforo tlio inontal_ scienco section by Mr. _ L. , -A. Adamson, B. A., bead master of tho UCSIOJ LiOUUtfU. Mr. Adamsoti said it waa now ad mitted that tho evolution of an ac ceptcd actenco ot* education waa waa necessary to ' tho progress of tho teaching profession.' Tlio poiut in in odacation theory had been rcachcd whon an appeal to experience whb giving placo to an nppcal to experi ment. Whon ho first mado the acquaint anco of tho Australian boy, he (Mr. .?«* Adamson) had ratbor feared and dis 1 liked him. In moro' mature ago ho was oblo to speak with less projudico. Ho bad learned that what ho had mistaken for want of respect waj in most cases iv desiro to bofriondty and comraunicativo. Tho sense of tho wide, freo state of his country camo ea...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dry Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Dry Farming. Abtftlt a month ago it was iutl* ftl^iiSl.ibat Jfr. H. W. Campbell, tho ' -Falher of Dry Farming,' was cou templatiug a trip from Auiorica to Australia to doliver a courao of- lec tures. Tbo Mtsister for AgricuUuro decided to give Campbell ©very possibla assistance. ^ Nows is to band that ? Mr. Campbell's- health ? bos-, broken down, and that ho has been obligod to entirely abandon Ijb )eo ture work. . Tbo proposed tot) p thoreforo boon abandoned, ? ' . ? It Is a pity Mr. Campbell's health did not hold out long onough for tbo tour., . Wo uood somo ndvlco on Dry Farming all over tho State, arid as ' for tbo North West, any . man who could toll us bow. to farm without rain, would havo his imago costo iu doathloss brouzo io Narrabri. ' -

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