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TARRIARO v. NARRABRI. NARRABRI [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
TAR1UAUO v.-^NARBBRl. . ?^''/'?NARRABRI.*' L. Caiiioron, b Miller ? ? 3 Williams, retired hurt ? ? 13 McDonald, c Tcrbutt, b Wilkinson 42 Ormand, b ^Yilkiuson ? ? 13 Kavtmngh, cWilkiuson. b Noblo 30 McGill, b.o.w., b Wilkinsou ? 1 Clarke, b Wilkinson ? C O'Neill, not out ? ? 0 Grace, c V. Noble, b Cr. Noblo ? 0 Sundries ? ? ? ? J Totul Ill - TARHIARO. Miliar, c McDonald, b Cameron. 31 Dind, rotired... ... ? ? -51. H, Wilkinsou, ti Kuvanugh ? 4 Noble, retired ? .*;... 55 G. Wilkinson, run out...; ? ? 3 W. Smith, b Kavanagh ? ? 13 G. Noble, 0 O'Neill, b Kavanagh 0 Tcrbutt, not out ? ? ? 41 Smith, nob out ? ? 11 v. Sundries ? ? ? 1G , : Total ? ? ? ...225
Cricket. COUNTRY v. TOWN. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
- Cricket. . COUNTRY^ v. TOWN. COUNTRY. I J. lllingsworth, c . Cameron, b McDonald ? ? ? 19 A. Dind, b Cooper ? ? 9 W. Arnold, l.b.w., b Cooper ? 5 Stork, st, b H. Cameron ? ? 8 Wilkinson, b H. Cayioron ? ? 0 Noblo, st, b H. Camerou... ......... 11 ^lillor, c H. Cameron, b L. Camoron ? ? ? ? 15 Barnes, not out ? ? 5 Ward, b L. Camcrcn ? ? ? ? Oj Thurkottlo, l.b.w., b H. Camoron 0 A. lllingsworth, c H., b L. Canio ron... ? ? ? 4 Suudries ? ? 5 Total ../..... ? ? ? ? SI NARRABRI.' L. Cameron, c Arnold, b Dind ... 9 Orman, l.b.w., b Dind ? - Neal, b Dirid ? ? 10 II. Cameron, run out ? ? 37 Williams, run out ? ? 3 McDonald, l.b.w,, b Diml ? 2U Kay Cooper, l.b.w.. b Dind......... 1 Morath, not out ? ? 0 Butler, l.b.w., b Miller^............ 4 Sundries ? ? ? ? 17 Total;- .;.U2 ?' The country plnycd u second I inuings, and scored .89 for seven | wickets.
Home Rule. THE ULSTER CAMPAIGN. LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
Home Rule. THE ULSTER CAMPAIGN. LONDON, Jauuary The torms of the ulster campaign havo beon drafted. . When lloiue Kulo operates a pro visional government for Ulster will bo established, and. it will meet tho attempt to enforco. tho Irish . Parlia ment's authority, pussivcly if pussiblo, but aetivoly.if necessary.' 'v' In. this way Ulstormeu will hold tho country until tho return of a Unionist. Government, which will j amoud the Homo Itulo Act by tho I omission of Ulstor.' ' ' j
District News. DELLATA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
District News. BKIjLATA. At n meeting nt Catholics, held iu tho Church on Christmas Day, it wns dcoided to hold a function iu aid of the Catholio Church during Easter wcok, and tho function to bo a day's sports ou Enstor Monday, nnd a baznar on, Monday and Tnesday nights, and either a concert or social on Woduesdnv. tho ovont for tho Inst night to bo decided later. Four stalls nro to bo arrangod as follows No.' 1 Fancy Stall, to bo in tho hands of Mrs. R. Boland ; No. 2 Fancy Stall with Mrs. E. J. Doff in charge. Tho Refreshment Stall wns to bo offered lo Mrs. W. A. Wilde, who is also sec retary of tho night functions, whilst Mrs. R. Bolaud is treasurer. All tho stalls havo only one lady allotted to them, and thoy nro to solect- thoir owh nssistauts. All thu gontlomou present formed themselves into a committeo with power to add for tho purposo of haudling tho sports, with Mr. Pordy Howard as secretary, aud u meeting is to bo held in tho near futuro.
Licensing Court. Before Mr. A.O. Butler, L.M., Mr. H.L. Walker and Dr. de Lopervanche. TUESDAY, 17TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
Licensing Court. Before Mr. A. 0. Butler, L.M., Mr, H. L, Walkor and Dr. do Loporvancho. - TUESDAY, 17th JANUARY. : .Tho quarterly licensing roport was gono through, and' reported all tho licensed | promises ns being well conducted. Iu somo casos improvements wero suggested, and tho Inspector was instructed to issuo tho nocossary notices for tho carrying out of tbo samo. - Tho Inspector reported thftt Mr. Cun ningham, at West Narrabri, had gono into bis now promises when samo had not boon completed. .Tno L.M. r Tho Act providoi that if promises tliat havo been burned down aro not .completed-, within iy luoutha' the' licc'nflo-waaea'tb uxist. ? Mr. Cunningham, had no right to go into tho now prumisos until samo bad been inspocted and had got tlio permission of tho Bench. ThoUcouw will havo to bo caacclle()-nhd. fresh 'appli- cation inado. ? Tho Inspector applied that Mr. Cunning-, ham bo called upon. to show causa why his' licenso should not bo cancelled.1 ' Tho application was grant...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
Obituary. , On tho 19th Dccomber last, at 7.15 a.m. at his homo, Baroona, Avondalo, Cornolius J. O'Noll, passed away after 17 months acuto sufferiug, dur ing which time ho hud undergone four operations, and had been an in mato twico in St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, and iu tho Lowisliam hos pital, after which ho was romovod to his home in chargo of a trained nurso, Miss Ryan. Deceased was always most popular with all with whom ho carao in contact, and had been manag iug his mother's property, Baroona, for mauy years. Tho remains woro taken to tho R.C. Church, Collaren dabri, prior to intermont, tho Rov. Father O'Haulin conducting tho ser vico. Mr. H. Logan and Mr. Jim Callaghan, of Avondalo, carried out tho fnnei^il arrangements. -
Boy and Girl Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
Boy and Qlrl Tragedy. . Robert Knight, 21, and Mary Walker, 18, carao over from Victoria for n holiday and stayed with tho girl's aunt at Nowtowu on Xmas ovo. Thoy had somo kind .of a quarrel. Tho young man was heard to say 14 If j you do not marry' mo yon trill i marry no ono else.' Shots wero heard and tho pair was afterwards found as stated. Ho had shot tho girl in tho left oar tho bullet passing through tho chook. Her condition is not serious, bnt ho niado a better job of himsolf, shooting himself ia tho head, ho died instantly.
Government Freeing Works and Direct Shipments. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
Government Freeing Works and Direct Shipments* Politicians and a section of. the press continually harp upon tho sub ject of Govornmeut froor.tng works and Governmont Produce Dapart raonta, iu order, it is said, to allow tho small producer to whip his pro duco direct. Docs it over occar to tho pooplo who read of theso philan thropic movomonts that tho small producer does not want to ship on nis own account Y Ho wants to deal with tho man who will pay him cash on tho farm, aud to know that tho transaction is at au end thero and then. He does not want to receive a certaiu percentage upon his produco, | and trust to tho futuro for tho balanco, which . under tho best of conditions will always bo a ' vory uncertain .olemeut. . Working . from hand to mouth, ho wants to see tho rosnlfc of; his ? labour in hard cash, and at once, or as soou aftor tlio completion of that labour as practi- 1 cable. 'Ho* is not a capitalist, and cannot thereforo allow any of his money to ho idle for thrco or f...
A Well Earned Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
A Well Earned Promotion* i Tho citizens of Narrabri aud sur rounding district will bo sorry to learn that our popular and capable postmaster, Mr. H. E. Williams, has received marching orders, and takes his departuro for Wagga Wagga on Friday. Sinco Mr. Williams advent three years ago ho Ins been to tho foro in nracticallv evorv movement for tho public good, taking a keen interest iu tho Hospital, Citizens' Association, P., A. and H. Associ ation, School of Arts, Picnic Raco Club and tho other huudrod and ono littlo movements whicti happen iu a country town, and in each of theso Associations his departure will bo a distinct loss. Mr.' William's re moval means promotion, bccauso'of scientific attainments, and ho goes as head in that important office, and though wo aro personally sorry ho is loaving Narrabri wo feel suru wo can tko congratulations of family every happiness 'Vrf4*TtiTTir acWj homo.
Grand Central Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
Grand Oentral Hotol. On Monday tho geniat proprietor of tho Grand Central Hotel conducted us over tho now buildings just Hear ing completion, which hayo been built by Mr. Hulberfc under tho super vision of Mi*. O'Connor, nrchitcct. The construction and finish does great crodit to all concerncd, while archi tecture is all thnt could be desired. It is all of brick, with plastered walls throughout, ceilings arc of best patorn steel. Tho walls are lofty, aud tho rooms aro well vouti lated. Hnlls aro extra wide, veran dahs are largo and cool. Bnthrooms aro providod upstairs aud downstairs Tho front is botd nnd imposing, with window sills of Hardy's patent com position with tho sign, 44 Tattorsalt's Hotel ' magnificently inlaid. Tho name of tho Grand Centnil is to bo changed to this when completed. Tho front of tho building is tiled in dark crcen for about five fcot from tho pavomout. Tho bar is largo with : ccdar circular counter, aud all tho fittings aro now and handeomo, and tho nectar...
The Wes[?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 January 1913
-Tho I U-.n-wimnu«'T«ry my, uiuugu tho tomperaturo is mild for. this timo of tho year, cool ohanges beiug ox- 1 perionced at night. Tho following ' rainfalls for the surrounding district are recorded up to tho 4th Jauuary at tho Post Offices : — Narrabri, ono point; Moreo and Bollata, 176; Terrv-hie-hie, 50 ; Boggabri, 9 ; Tamworth, 40 ; Nundlo, 177 ; Qutriu di, 33 ; Pitliga, 1G ; Collarondabri, two. During tho past twonty-four hours tho following rainfalls havo recorded at the Post Offico : — Narra- bri, 23 ; Ashley, 173 ; Moree, 67 ; Gunnodah, 10; Boggabri, 11; Millie, 05; Bellata, 30; Barren Junction, '25 ; We© Waa, GO.