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

PUULIC NorlCK ' ?r xMyfa McHaiffic,' , LOCAL AGENT FOR CLYDE WINDiiLLS .^I^^.FARMlNCMACHINERY-.'B X hgU N.li. — Our witidnillla aro Ut'linblo, and wi(h (Item -l»er© is NO FEAR of a WATER FAMINE. l i® tootmb iXjPbO XXX ALB ^ST-aor KENT B R EWERV o S'VPM&x| Tl ' ? ? OF ALL li? L&iyaBAiwpEBsti ? SYDNEYS LEADING JEWELLER . j H^t.Gold Bir.l an-l llrjoch, r#»rl fl set U'n*. fel 1.3 lies' -vsi; I S Ucr Face Keylev ' Vatc'i. f.ill Jmv-1!c I a.-curjtr, reliable. i '?XI. 'i *'?!, ret Pia-han;l I'jrM-.!, — f| v 1' k«1 '-r.\.n.-lh-',t f 7/6 Xt. Ml ?1'ear' . ' S'O 3-t.(»jJd Wet-'clillH lUng. Qct.fiow XS'IO'. tS.'t. Uuld, »ct -iarnjndi& w P-Mta(0 X tv r,ca ijct. cJ-jW r-eckla;«t 1 let fine l'earli ami Aincltiyiti. Solid Gold, ttt Ur.lliinti. 17/6 . ' B 9ct. GolJ Bar tiiuH-h, Anuthjrit -Q 1 Cejut. ? D ? j ? - \Si 5 Diaruor.iU. [?] ?vt. (oMConfui 7.M1 .1 1 '?i f i vin * *'tn- r!?'. 'j. rlf r'i i-- j ? O' ?^Orci'r^i 'g-P . I Solid SilverSuverfljin Pur*e liand p cliaie-l. GoW ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victimising a Publican. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Victimising a Publican. Unity Kich and Victor Masters were charged at Dubbo with obtain ing accommodation and meals rit thu Globo Hotol without paying for same. Tho evidenco of Thomas I'tfwards, licon.seo of tho hotel, was that after obtaining food and accom modation for a week tho accused left on 23rd December without, making any paymont or giviug any intima tion thnt they woro going. Rich was sentenced (o seven days; and Masters to six days' hard labour in Dubbo Gaol.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Wool and Produce Report. liill, Clark and Co., Ltd., rupoi't under dato Jauniiry 18th : — Wo held our first wool 'ealo sinco tho liolidityN on tlio l'lfch instaut nud met n Htrontr markot at tbo. best pricea of the present inontli. . Tbo easing iu values tliat wan ropoi'ted during Docpmbci' snlcH litis been pntctieally iccovored and tbo currcnt rango of . prices ' in closely ,ou u phi' with top ratos of tlio Reason.; ; . All deHciiptiuiis tiro selling well, iucluding bcduVedrt which aro in good demaud at ^^compnrativoly better ( figures tlian^ffioy hare hcon for a long time.^ * ? . ' j-r pcu* cntaloguo'did not iucludo any superior Hues# the top prico being 12Jd for'PM^lTinlla, New England, also 'AM, New* England, bringing the same price; CH, Wnterholus from Qitcanboyau . renihed .. 12id. For scoured \vool -we'-ublnined l22d for Ej CFt.Vootsmy frotii ?NValgott. .Messrs, Jtadgdi'yiHrothora, Sydnoy, roport that dariiig' tho' pnut year thoy sold through ' tho Fleiuington . fiiile yards ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Items of Interest. A drawn tooth is /like things for gotten, becauso it is out of tlio head. Turkey gobblora. Bold as high as j£3 each iu Sydnoy ou Xiuas Evo. ' We romoiubor tlio. time fat bul loeks were eagerly dtsposod of at 15s por head. ? . ? Wlmts hi a- 'name i .- A byduoy watchmaker rojoices under tho nanio of Botch ! . - It is almost as. hard to llvu up to. u I good ropatation.as io.livo down -a bad i ono --1; r„t ? It is hard to say wbioh is tho most i helpless— tho littlo baby, or. tho ? big i man whon he ib asked to hold it. ^ i Tho difterouco botwooura' lull and a pill is tlmt ^no is hard. to got up, aud tho othor is hatd.to get down. ' A Glev lnnes dairyiiian wus Hnod £22 for watering - milk sold to the public. Probably' ' lie. now tliiuks honesty is tho hoist' policy; . I3Inyuey is again flooded with Stuto. politicians. Thoir wraiiglos will ond on tho 23rd inst. On that, day tho olectors will deeido whether thoy want Becby or Witlungtou. - After three mouths' fighting f...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWENA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

ROWENA. Qaito a crowd havo left our (own* ship during tho past week for a visit to tho city, amongst them being our genial friond, Sir. Tom Murphy, of Beratighi, and Mr. Michael Murphy, of Bulyoroi. These contlomen. of courso, woro interested in the result of tho slicop sales, nnd also to enjoy; a good timo, tho rosult of which thoir j friends are anxiously awaiting. As i thoy took a gun with them wo aro ! anticipating a gamo dinner on thoir return. Tho Now Year passed off quietly, with tho oxcoption of a considerable amount of sheep'ttnd cattlo being sent to market, Messrs. Gaynor nnd Co. acting as agents for tho transit of same.

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 — 17 January 1913

;r Wanted everyone , to know that your .money Will go further ut Krolm'a. Why? ' Bocau^o tho prices oro tho lowest in tho FootweaV linfl. Opposi(r tlioTo'at Ofllcd,*

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Eloctrlc Light. ' i ^ An engiueer from Hornsby ii m nt i proHont at Tenterfiold (n littio town i near the Queensland border with a i populatiou of -2724) for tho purpose! of drawing up a report for tho light- 1 tug of that town by olectrtcity. Nnv- i rabri s .population. - (nccoixluig to Moore'a Almauac) is -1(380. Why not jijuko'.aiiother mover1 Tho 'uxe to gilb^'- Inati, may be wiped out noxt ballot. ' Try, try, again !' uu axiom wortli putting to tbo test, uud tho -muuin tlio street says, ?' Lightcu our darkness, wo beseech thee, 0 Alder men !'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire at West Narrabri. BIG SHORTAGE OF FIRE ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Fire at West Narrabri. BIG SHORTAGE OF FIRE EN GINES.. Yesterday *a_ fow: minutes after 1 o'clock a fire, .whioh promised to bo, nlmost'as serious as tho oue that visi- i ted thb West a'littlo over 12 months I ago,'broko out iu- ft residence at tho i roar of 'Joy's liotol, 'and occupied by I Mr. H. Perry, an engiuo drivor at tached to tho Railway Loco^ Depart ment. ' From enquiries, wo learn that shortly beforo noon Mrs. Perry had beou washing in tho wash-house at' tho rear of her home, and had a fire uuluu jK uuuul iuu uuppcr, wuiuu, auy says, was' extinguished. Tho first intimation of troublo was given by Mrs. . Walsh, a neighbor, who saw a light through a window of a. back bed-room sitaated' nour tho wash lionso. Sho immediately gavo tho alarm, .whioh -was too' lato to savo the home, for the placo was. a mass of -flames boforo holp arrived. In respouso to tho cry of firo, tho men employed at the railway sheds, com iug.off duty for lnnoh, come .'down in. a. body with buckets: and ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Polico Oourt Humour. Mr. K. A. Bingham had n peculiar oxpcrience tho othor day. ilo wan proaeuuting one of hm drivers for appropriating his fares, and when lie arrived at Court a now constnblc. not a good judgo of criminal countenance, took Mr. Bingham by tho nrm, and dc.ipito his romonstranccH, gently but firmly inserted him in tho dock, whore ho had to wait till tho Ser geant arrived. Mr. IJingham fortu nately is of a Imppy disposition, and rathor enjoyed tho joko ngaiust him self.— Moreo 'News.'

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 — 17 January 1913

I'DULIO NOTICE or ||||g | DRY TOBACCO ! ! ! j OL1MATE or Weather cannot affect lltliPi A°'ndil!onof 'CHAMPION-' I Every 3oz. Hcrmctically-scalcd Tin \5j53fe3jX ? '* GUARANTEED— it being ' TESTED UNDER PRESSURE. |t The Flal.2-Cut and the Mixture arc the n very fined types of Virginian Tobacco on the market. ^ SMOKERS need have no hesitation in laying in a good supply, for it is not only guaranteed to open up AS SOUND AS WHEN PACKED , tut improves by keeping. Air-tight, f FLAKE-CUT : Light and Dark. 2oz. Tin» (.MIXTURE : The Choicest Blend. Hermetically-sealed. f ' - -v ' S'f' Wool and Produce THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL & PRODUCE CO., LTD., Olllcc.l 3 SPRINO STREET. SYDNEY. RAVING effected by consigning to The Co-operative Wool and Produce' Co. Ltd.. as against the Asso ciated. Brokers, based. on a Bonus returned to all con stituents, whether shareholders, or not. Of 35 per cent, of commission charged, this being, the approximate average for the' last six years. ®±.up'oc'cf'° { ». ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Narrabri-Gravesend Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Narrabrl-Qravosond Mall 8orvlco. Tlio following alteration in tho Nnrrabri-Gravesond mail sorvico lias been approved by tho Postmaster- I Goncral . — Leavo Narrabri Saturday, ; ll.l,r» a.m.; arrivo. Torry-Hio-Hie, Sundny, 5.15 p.m. Loavo Tcrty Hio-IIto, Slonday, 5 n.tn. ; nrrivo Gravcsend, Monday noon. Lcdvo Gravesend Wedriosday, 10.15; leave Tprry-TIio-lIio, Thursday, (» n.uV. ; arrivo Torry-llio-llio, Wednesday. a.m. ; arrive Narrabri, Friday, p.m.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

In Memoriam.J 8MALL— In loving memory of my dear hmluml, Peter Small, who departed this lifo 16th January, 1000. Therj is a blank without you darling, . How I miss your loving faco j Such a comfort when in trouble, Nono on earth uut'lill your placo. SMALL.— -In loving memory' of my dear - fathor, Peter Small, who departed this - Bfe 18th January, 10U0. Cold lie* tho he.irt that beat so fondly. Oh. haw wo wisayour fond loving cares Lovo ii tho homo that w^is so happy. No loving futhur to meet you is there. Our sorrow waa great, our load hard to bear, ? _ God knows we havo loat n prond father's Wo inisj you and mourn you in sileuce un» And kettp in our mem'riei tho tL»ys that Itavo been. Inserted by his loving daughter, Thina. SMALL,— In loving memory of my dear fatlivr, Peter 8inall..who.dtf»arted thiai lifo ifctb January, 11W0.'- * ' -No matter how I pind, dear father. No umtter how I call, There is nothiug left to ntiswer,!* But your photo 011 tho wall. 1 loved you ns no tonguo cam...

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 — 17 January 1913

? PUBLIC NOriCR. ? WANTED.— A HOUSE-MAID. Apply Club Houao Hotel. Municipality of Narrabri. TENDERS will. bo received until noon on Tuosdar. tho 28th instant, fop FENCING TflE TOWN HALL SITE. Plans nnd specifications may bo soon on application to tho undersigned. Tho low oat or any tonder not nocojiarily.accoptod. EDW, QUEST,'.' -j m . . Town Clork. . lown Hall, Nnrrobri, ; 17th January, 1013. Qunnodah Horso Sales. 24th Fobruary and Following Days. Another Hig Vardlu^ Asitircil. Fititlier Entricn boinvj rcccivod. .. LOWCOCKftnd KINU. AuctlonwiM.' ? DEPARTMENT OF I'UHLIC IN STRUCTION. Ofllco of Inspoctor of School#, Nnrmbri, January U, 1013. TENDERS nro invitod for tho crvction of a Now School Iluildinjj nt Em«ral«l Hill, near Uunmxlah. Plans and 8pecifi cations may l-o seen, and tender forms ob tained at Post Ofllccs, Emerald Hill. Gun* umIaIi, itnd Narrabri. All tenders for works at or nlwro jCZO uiuat tn neuooi* panied by a «lepo.iit, in ucoonlinco with tlio conditions on back of ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fox Eats a Snake. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

Fox Eats a Snako. i t A rymaikftble proof of a fox having eaten u . snako and. paying the death penalty 111 conscquunce came to light ut'Kilphysic. near Keepifc,. tho other day*. ; Wlnlo Mr. J. Swain anil Ihm sQu wero rtuing over tho paddookti they aiHcovered u, dead fox. - Auxiouu to oscertnirw tho ? cause of death, Mr. (Swain opeuod tho curcnso nnd fonnd 'a'anako inside. About six inchos of tho reptile lmd been eaten.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. An Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. An Inquiry. i Mr. Jus. iracoy writes, iwkuijj if if thu Nurrabri Swtntiniu^ Club will ' bo holdiug n carnival tins seiison- 1 On iuterviewiitg tlio scurotuiy ho in- 1 formed us that lio liaa endeavoured I .to get ft meeting of tho committeo to gether to discuBt) uucli a project, but tho meeting lapfled through want of a quorara^ An effort whs tuado lato in. the. last year to rnn n day s swim ming, but owing to uiKulhciont en trios tho lixturo was ubatidoned

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 — 17 January 1913

'' 6la?8waro,j' Eloctrbplato, ' Kuauiulwaro, , Uardwarb and, Crockery ware just'laudod and uiarKod'down to bedrock prices for the Xmas.tfoasuu, lliu^ BtfAi.J ? '

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 — 17 January 1913

At Last ! THE COUNCIL, MOVKS. CALLS TENDERS FOR SOME IMPROVEMENTS. Cowing on lop o! tho suggested improve ments made in this journal during tho last couplo of issues, it looks if our Council wns . answering tho crack of tho whip, liat . . Aid. Mackemlo, tho luoror of tlio suggested Improvements, did uot wish to bo twitted with this fact, aa ho, had had tho matter undtr woigh for sowio eonsldornblo timo, but w.va unnbio to brine it ftrward owing to tlio Council having lind othor pro - posals to dual with. FENCING IN TOWN HALL. Tho first motion by Aid. Mackcnzio ivab '? that tenders bo called for tho fencing in of tho Town Hall grounds nccording to tho plans and specifications prepared uy Mr Architect 0 Connor.' Theso plans had been in hand for somo time, but woro un nbio to bo dealt with owing to tho Council, nmong other mutton, trying to in augurate an electric lighting system, but now nu tho ratepayer* find tnken this from thoir hands ho intended to go ou with these othor improveme...

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 — 17 January 1913

Lettho EmlnontVlonna Optician ] Tost Your 8tght. Ai tho Tory first signs o! failing or do. fcctivo vision you should liavo your eyes attended to without delay. Nature's warn ing comes in many forms. You may havo to hold your paper further away to' read in oomrort, or after sowing or othor cloeo work your eves mav bo tired and soro. Don't delay. Eyo troubles taken in timo can easily bo corrected. Left too long they will mean Increased expense, and danger of los ing your sight. Mr. Dassor, tho eminent Vionna Ophthalmic Optician, will bo in this town on tho dato montioned below, and his visit oCors an exceptional opportunity of having youroyesscloutiflcallyand skilfully tested frco of charge, nnd suitable glasses supplied if necessary. This gentleman lias secured high credentials by examination in tho leading optical institutes of Vienna, Berlin, Diesden, London aud New York. Ue is also a qualified Master of thu British : Masters Optical Association. Mr. Basser makes no chargo for cons...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. GURLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 17 January 1913

District News. GURLEY. A very protty wedding took placo on Now Year'H Day when Mabol, youngest daughter of Mrs. Halao, Kia Ora, Gnrley, was married to James 1). Allen, oldest son of. Mrs. M. A. Allen, of Boobcrn, Boomi, at a nuptial mass colobrate^ by tho Rov. Father Lloyd. -Tlio largo hnll of tho rcsidcnco of tho brido's mother was tastefnlly decorntcd with pot plants and palms. Tho bride, who was givon away by her brothor, Mr. James liaise, woro a prottily em broiderod lingerie frock' and tngel hat with'lanccr plnmo. Sho carried nn ivory prayer book which, with a pearl nnd aqua tnarino nccklot, woro tho gifts of tho bridegroom; whito tho brido's gift to tho bridegroom was a handsome gold watch chain. Tho bridesmaids, Misses Jano Halso nnd Mary. Allon, woro dainty frocks of embroidered net, nnd their pearl wreath brooches wcro tho gifts of the bridegroom. Tho best man was Mr. Jack Allen. Tho wedding, breakfast was hold out of doors, tho usual UmhIs being honored. Mrs. HaUo woro bla...

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 — 17 January 1913

, You-wlll bosaro to got what you want io tlio Footwear lino at Krohn'e, where tho gooU Wots are, opjfoaito Olflco.* -

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