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Newcastle Fat Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Newcastle Fat Stock Market Fat Cattle.— Another heavy yarding, aad again . Insufficient for requirements. Tho quality of tho heavy bullocks waa not quito up to, proWout coasigamcat*, but the standard was well maintained ia all classes. Prime and choice Hercfords were much In evidence. Tbo attendance was largo and repretentatire. Spirited competition greeted the opening aales, and thereafter values rangea from red to 'white hot,' the ad vanod on even Friday's extreme rates being easily lCs to 20s, and in somo cases even more Tbe market, can be quoted easily deareai for many months. A A. Coy's draft of CO' bullocks sold to JH2 14s, averaging 8s0d, and A. G. F. Munre's bullocks made to £11 7s, averaging £0 Ita. Fat^heep.— The supply was light, and erabr&o^d .como primo shorn ctvssbreds. All ,other classos woie woll represented, andtlie^uallty generally was good. An other Record atUKidar.oo of buvcra, and an excited market. Tbe ntjpply foil far short of tho demand, many, buyots ...

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

. WATCH-NIGHT SERVICES. On Now Year's Evo a watch uight ? service was hold in St. Cyprian's Chnrcb. Spocial hymns .marking the .plosing of the old year.and tho dawnftig of tho now wore sung. An address was dolivered by tho Rev. W. V. Villiers lteid, from tho text II. Cbroniclcs, XX. 12,| ' Wo Know Not What to Do, But- Our Eyes Aro Upon, Thee.' . Tho service termin ated. tyith a celebration of. Holy Oom mnnion, in whicb a large nntnber Joined.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Anglican. CHRISTMAS SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Anglican. ? CHRISTMAS SERVICK. ? On.Christriias Day special sorvicoi wero bold in St. Cyprian's Anglican Chnroh at 7.45 a.m., a celebration of Holy Communion took placo, at . wbich'a largo nnmbor attended. At 11 o'clock Matins and Holy Com mnnion too t placo. Tho cuoir ren dered spccial nimic, including soveral carols and Caleb Simper's anthem, ' Unto Us a Child is Born,' Tho sernioh was prcached by tbo Vicar, tho R'ov. W. D. Villiers Roid, R.D., who took for his text Is., IX. 2. : ' The peoplo that walked in darkness havo seon a great light, and they that dwell in tbo land of tho nhmlnw nf death upon them hath the light shine J.' At 8 p.m. a carol service was hold wbon tho choir renderod sevcra) ancient and modern carols^ ' and J. H. Manndor's anthem, ' Chris- . tians - Awake, Saluto' tho Happy Morn.'* A Apocial fcatnro boing a carol written and composed . by tbo choir ' master, Mr. Clomcot:Villiew Ucid.' Tho Vicar gavo'an address on tho I'ext Ia. VII. 14. His name shallt . be call...

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THORN AND MOREY DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

THORN AND MORE Y DRAW. At tho Olympic Stadium last Thursday night, a boxing coutest bo tweenFVank Thorn (bolder) aud Alf. Morey '(challenger) for* tho light- .. weijgbt championship of Australia, resulted in a draw;

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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CARPENTIER DEFEATS MOREAU. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

OARPENTIEIt DEFEATS . . . MORBAU. ? Carponticr defeated Moreau in a contea^Jthe latter retiring iu tbo ' eighth round. :

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Boxing. MEHEGAN AND WELLS MATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Boxing. ? MttHEGAN AND. WELLS MATCHED. Mohegati' and Mat. Wells ? havo boon matched for u bout of 20 rounds at tho National Sporting- Club, oh February 24, for- a; wager of £100 asido ond a pnrse of £900 proscnt-cd by tho club. .

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Sydney Wool Sales. Winchcombo, Carson, Ltd , report : — Wo hold oUr first cale of tliu Now. Yuar on 8th Januaty. Aided by'-u buoyaut ' market, roady Clearances wero effected, piactically' ' tho wlioto of tbo catalogue being cleared at prices which compare favorably with thoso ' ruling towards the doao ofthe December .. and the bidding camo from all sections of the trado. There was an evident doslre to acquire the balanco of tho clip at prices whiclT wore moro . inclined to favor tho seller than'tho buyer. Tbo improved con ditions were moro noticeable in the case of crossbVeds, {Iambs' wool, and bulky skirt ings.- ..Our catalogue was mainly composed of small clips, and in nearly ovory instance tho prices paid wore for tho' wholo of the fleece, ;and not for a few picked top lota. : 'Amdngst our sales were :— Est. John J. Pcaroo, Adelong, Midi .John.Bright,'Anni dalo,33Jdj J. and J. A.XovCi Yass, l3(d ; - Henry:Weila,Buudarra, 13|d;-Est. lato J. Finlayaon, Armidalo, 13d. , Harrison, Jo...

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Court News. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Cnurl Wo vory much rogrot that it is necessary to havo to refer to tho vbxed question, ' Soppressiotf/ of Police Court Trocoedings.' A novs paper, to justify ita existenco must do i(a duty to tho pnblio without fear or favour, and wo cannot mako ' fish of ono and flesh of another.' To bo asked to koop oat sach reports ia most unfair, and wo are painfally compelled to rofnso any such requost, except in tho caso of ordinary drunkonness, if tho delinquent is a ffrsfc offender, when it will not bb nocossary to mako tbo request of us. Again tbo publication of such reports iq expected of ns by tho authorities, who contend that tho printing of such news goes ft long way towards keep ing in chock tho nnrnly, as many pcoplo fear Mother Ginndy 'moro than being nncu a low shillings or pounds. Very recently an offendor against tbe law offored us a sum of money to suppress hircase. Such (V, request we tako aa a gross insult. Peoplo who indulge in' bribing need riot worry trying tho oporation on ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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"Captain Cook Meditating on Australia's Future. (University Prize Poem.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

'Captain Cook Mtatlug on Australia's Future. . [By W.H.Y.] (University Prito Poem.) Tho stiilnesi and tbo hash of ovenfc.t lay O'er sleeping nature j and tho quiet h\y Calmly reposing, as in tranquil sleep, Stirred not, Bare as tho swelling from the doep * Came stealing o'er It, fust as geatlo breath Lifts tho soft bosom that in seomingdeatb. Untorn by anguish undisturbed by tlghsj So slnpt tho waters, o'er whoso facova beam Of softest light, e'en a * a UrJogstro^a Of )-ure«t silver, lay; while from hetthrono Amid the floating cloud in beauty those Tho tranquil mooni a mild and noly calm Hung oer tho sceno; and like an incenstf charm, Tliefragranco that from woodland flow'cets swept - Floa'rets. that with tho dows of erening went— Came o'er tho waters with the genjle air, Thvn rose to hearenllkeahallowed prayer! Hosting upon tbe water's sqrfaoe lay A noblu snip that In tbo peaceful bay Sought from the ocoan's flurco unrest reposes And [hero her wand'rings' found a 'happy clotet ilet...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Removal of Mr. R. J. Taylor [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Removal of Mr. R. J.Taylor Wo learn that Mr. R. J. Taylor, who for many years past has hol.d the position of bead master. of tlio Narrabri District Sohool is abont to be removed ? to Coogoo, a change which ; we hope will be boneficial to himsolf and family, after a residence of somo 34 years in Narrabri.' During bis . long sojonrn in this town be ba0 en-' deared himself to both pupils and 'parents,' * as woll as : gaining ' the 'esteem of all those with whom - he canio into contact. -There aro very, many of the 'grown-nps' of to-day, ,wbo have passed through Mr.' Tay lor's ban'^s for thoic earlier education a]id wlioso childfcri .aro ; now 'being taught by him. A marked feature of Mr. Tay|or'B system has been his dis like to employing bodily puuishmont, tathor a system of moral suasion, and f caching the children . the 'principles under1 .'tthich thov wero in . honor bound to goveru their. own conduct* \yiiile ueyer taking.any pnblio part in politic, ho has yet been an enthu siastic...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Valedictory. A vory pleasant evening was spent' on Friday last, al Caledonian Hotel, the occasion being a hearty BenS-off to Mri H. E. Williams, who has occu pied tho position of postmaster at Najrabri for tbo past three years. Sir. McGrath.-tho senior member of thig staff, occupied the chair. Tbe wholo of the staff were present,* in cluding Mr. Gnnning, who will, fill tho, position pending the appoint ment of apcrmanont officor. » ' Tbo chairman opened proceedings by^, explaining tbe objcct of tbe gathering— to fittingly mark the esteem in which the guest of tho evening was held. Tbe occasion was one of sadnesa mingled with glad oesa— Badness at losing sach a do Bervedly,popnlar chief, and gladness because of tho knowledge tbat the transfer meant merited promotion and an acknowledgment by tbo De partment of the scientific attainments of Mr. Williams, who' is an oxpert in tho forking and regulating of duplex, quadruplox and Wheatsone . tele graphic instruments. Sympathetic reference...

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Macantyre Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Macantyro 8h!ro Oouncll. Tho Macantyro Shire Council (In verell) at tbe last meeting placed on record its appreciation of tho work of I Mr. (engineer) Arthur Gracio and I tho clerk, Mr. O. V. Johnson, for tho I year 1912. Tho Council fnrtherl granted tho engineer an bonararinm of £50 for 1912 on account of tbo I high prices ruling for fodder. For ' tho same reason tho Council decided to continuo tho riso of ono shilliug I per day to draymen for a further j period of throo months. _ j

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The First White Child. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Tho First White Child. Mr. H. W. Trim, who died sud denly at Carlton on Saturday, and whose remains wero interred on Sfon day at Sutherland, was formoily a well-knowii commercial man in New England. He is said to have been the iirst white child born iu tho Armidalo district. His father, tbo lato Jobn Trim, was for many years in business at Armtdalc. Ho was the only surviving brother of Mrs. S. M. Kearney, now of Nareinburn. Ho loft a widow and grown up family of four sons and six daughters.

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A Birthday Surprise. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

A Birthday Surprise. I On Thursday evening last a num- 1 ber of ladies and goutlomen, without j notice, suddenly descended upon! our old and osteomod friend, Dr. C. M. do Leporvanche, at his residonco on tho banks of tho Natnoi River, I Narrabri, to offer thor congratulations I npon the anniversary of his 7 1st birthday, and to wish him joiany more such celebrations in tho future. A couple of hours devotiou to inuatyi conversation and other pastimes, an impromptu supper was propared by 'Madame do Lepervancho, who fully bore out bor reputation that it would bo impossible to take bor by surpriso or fiud her unprepared in such an immergoncy. After supper, Mr. Sheldon on behalf of tho, assembled visitors proposed the health of tho gonial Doctoraud expressed tbe.hopo that they would all bo assembled again for a similar purpose not. only; that day twelve months but oti many future occasions. Ho also compli mooted the Doctor's good wife on tho excellent caro she hod taken of lnm by having ...

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Important to Stock Owners. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Important to 8tock Owners. Ownore and occupiers of land, and all persons kooping horses, cattio, or sheep, irrespective of tbe nam ber of stock owned, bhouldi note that under tbe Pastures 'Protection Act, 1906, tboy are re quired to send to tho local Pastoros 1'rotcction uoarri a stock roturn, forms of which are obtainablo from any post office or polico, inspector of stock, or secretary of . tbo Pastures Protection Board. Tho Act provides that every owner or occupier of land liable to be rated therounder, and oveiy owuer of largo stock or sheep is required on or before January 10 in each year to dolivor personally, or send by post by registered letter, t-j tbo Pastures Protection Board of tho district in which bis holding is situatea, a return m tno prescribed form of his land and largo stock or sheep in such district and any -of his large stook or sheep iu any otbor dis trict on December 31 next preceding. Any ownor or occupior failing to mako such return is liable to a penalty not...

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Original Poetry. Anniversary Day, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

Original Postry. [Spocially Written for tho North Western Courior.] Anniversary Day, 1913. ' [By W.H.Y.] Could PhiUp, first who ruled this land, . behold Tho festiro splendour of Its natal d*y,~ Tho myriad craft that glanoo aoross tho bay,— - Tho stately ships of structure manifold,— Tho vast leviathans of strength untold;— Tbeflannting banners and the proud dls . Tho glorious city in tho sunlight gay, — How would ho wonder at this land of gold 1 Tito now Britannia in our southera land lias grown from infancy to w'oalth and Tho^ew poor tents becomo a clt$ grand, Whoso lofty domes in splendor rise and tower, And pcho still that mighty, shout which When Austrml's sons Trent forth, to meet their foes!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

GIVES INSTANT RELIEF, ' For six year? I havo been h sufferer from Colic,' writes Mj, B. O. Philips, Dut 'tou, 8.A.- 14 but now when ? I get thoso at tacks I tako . Chamberlain's Collo - and Diarrhaa . Uomody and find that it gives mo instant relief. I can confidently ro» eommond it for Colio or other stomach loinplaintai twd or . throe iloica will giro loataafcrouof' ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 13 January 1913

v PCTBHO NOTICES MISS VIOLET PAGET j : ? ' ' ... i ; ' ; s. m/J charming /inglo-Aujtrallari actress lately ' ' y-iiv\iu.' - barring of the CrittThn^'ChtaUe, Syd net;, fn ? - ,? J- *-7 t he drama 'A FqoI There Wcm*1 tends tht ' ? ;* / following Jme lrihule to tssm ELEMENTS TONIC 'i: r:\ ? win i U 111 'ill' CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. i . ; 'At the beginning of last year I had the mhfarlune to he . I ? - up some week? ina private hospital In Darlinghunt. Although ? J 'recovered I could not get hackmy strength. IMy nerves Utrtfiom ' ' ; . ' .. ? bad lo Z'orsr, ct'cn a trip to the mountains- failed, to benejit me. ,- ': * ':: : ^ .1Vhcn . away a Jritnd of mine advised me to try Clements Tonic, ' ' ; v ' which I did. Now I cannot possibly speak highly of the benefit \ ! ? ' ''X-d t no iii sleep well'' and feel'strong again arid have no re- ' i f . ? currence of my nervous attacks- I certainly mo«t highly recommend | . ,;Y: -v.! t You,, truly. ' V _ VIOLET 'PAGET ' ' ; . : A Mother writes how her...

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Open-Air Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 15 January 1913

Open-Air Concert. Tbo cuncort in aid of tho Conront Stal for tbo forthcoming Bazaar took placo last night' boforu a largo nttdiencu. Mr. Fit* gornld kindly gnvo tbo tuo ot bis open-air l'ictnro Theatro freo of cbargo, nnd boyond, this holprd towards making tho entertain ment enjoyable, as it undoubtodly was. Mr. Fitzgerald has tho gratitude or a vary great number for bis kindness Every tbiog was well arranged and passed off tuost successfully. Mr. Mnlono acted as stago manager, nnd did it well. It was a pleasant ovening's onjoymont.andsinco it was produced bvall local Ulent ono would think thai a littlo musical society would bo success in Narrabri, nnd bo tho means of giving pleasant musical trcntx, such an that of last night. Of courso it will |-o conceded by anyono competent to judgo that thcro Is tnlont in our town if it was put together in tho right way. Tlioao coiupaainionU to songs, oto, woro woll played on tbo whole. {Miss Macdonnld. LLC.M. opened tho concert with a vory woll...

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Milk Under the Standard. VENDORS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 15 January 1913

Milk Under the Standard. VENDORS FINED. On Monday morning, at tho 'Polico Court, before Mr. A. O. Butler, P.M., tho Inspector undor tho Pnro Foods Act procoeded against John Blayney for selling milk not np to tbo ro quired'standard. _ Mr. Potts appeared for defondt»ch, who pleaded guilty. I11 putting tho case, Mr. Potts ox plained that defendant hud been sup plying milk for 15 yoars, atid always sold his milk as extracted from tho cow.. The Inspector himself says tho milk-contained no added water, but was inefficient in staudard as re quired by the Act. Tho season is againBt cows giving - good milk, as thcro is no green feed. Mr. Blaynoy did not sell buttor. He asked for a uominal fiuo. The luspcctor said on tho 7th De cember ho took samples from fivo vendors, and ouly two were above tho required standard. Fined 30s, costs lis, witness' ex penses 10s J3d, or 14 days. G. W. Boylo was . also .proceeded against, for selling milk under the standard on December 7th, 1912. Mr/ McDonald ap...

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