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More Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

More Rain. On Monday a heavy rain and wind storm broko over Narrabri, 3'2 points being registered. Other places throughout tho district recoivedvcry good falln. Wallah 120, Weo Waa 10, Eingara 204, Inverell 57, Garah 38, Warialda 57, nnd wo hear Unan Baa had 3 inches.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AWFUL SERVIAN ATROCITIES. AUSTRIAN ALLEGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

AWFUL SERVIAN ATROCITIES. AUSTRIAN ALLEGATIONS. The ' Reichspost,' in a slatomeint ontitled '-Servia's Blood Guilt in Albania,1' gives sorao gruesome details of alleged Sovvian atrocities. It Kays that 100 out of 132 wounded Albamaus ju V'skub wero allowed to tlio of starvation. Servian 'soldiers admit that in a villiago whero shots were tired after , a white flag hud been hoisted tho rillagots were smoked out- of thoir home*. Thoy catnc forth screaming . nud weeping, and tho 6pldiers;shot' down nil the- adults, bayoneted ; tho . children, nud violnted the women and tho girls abovo' tho ago of 12 years ? before tho eyes of their husbands and i:iio .-cryjau8'«lnugUterQd ,ia0U-v-r Albanians at 'lVmovitcliv,rtho ^onfiro - 1 population ,/hf jGiIlauo,and f 0000, nfc.} ' Prialitinu,^ y . 4 \ At Prisi'cnd they entered thehomes ?„ ' »? of tho Albanians, - ; nnd slaying irro*. . ' . spective of ' ago and ' sex killed 400 people'/' , . v] J ; .. They destroyed tlu'eo viilages; ncar : I^risren...

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 — 22 January 1913

Subscription: IN ADVANOE : £1 per annum. BOOKED: 6s. per quarter, or 24s. per year.

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 — 22 January 1913

Advertising Rates: , 39/Flrat Inoh. 2s. eaoh additional inoh. Special Rates'for/ Standing Mvertfsertients.

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 — 22 January 1913

LettheEmlnentViennaOpticlan T««t Your Sight. At tbo very. first signs of foiling or da-, footivo vision you should havo your oyos , attended t6 without delay. Naturo'a warn ing eotnos In many forme. You may havo to nold your papor furthor away to read in i comfort, or after sowing or other closo work vhnr ovm may bo tlfcd and flOTO. Don't delay. Eye troubles takoa in tluio can i oaslly bo corrected. Left too long tlioy will i moan increased oxpouso, and danger of los ing yout'Blght.: Mr; Baafior; tho eminent i Vienna Ophtiialmie Optician, will bo in this i town on,tho date mentlonod bolow, aud liia I . visit ollora an exceptional opportunity of I having yotir oyos scientifically and skilfully tested froo of cbargo,'and eultablo glosaofl ?. supplied if necessary. This gentleman lm* soourod high'Credentials by examination i, tho leading optical institutes of Vienn;», .Berlin, Dresden, Ldndon and New York. Ho is also'a qualiflod Master of the Britlsh Masters Optical Association.' Mr. B...

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 — 22 January 1913

Woo^'ntf; Wdifo'Gfl Report, Tho* Sydnoy Wool 'Selling Broker.-* Adsoriatton,— viz/j-f-Axtetrnltan Mer cantile, -Land and'ftuaucc ,Co.» Lirni t«1,'Jolih Bridgo-ind Co., Lhnitcil, .DaijJbtty- and C-J., ' Limited i Golds, brought Mort- and Co., Ximitcjl Harrison. JonflB-anA'Dbvlin, Ltd, New I Zealand Lo&tr ftttd Meroa'ntilo Agency I Co., Limited, Pastoral Finance As* | sociation, Limited, Pitt, 'Son, and i Badgcry, Limited, Schute, Boll, nftd \ Co., Limited, and Wineheorabo, Car ?' bod, Limited, report on January 17 : — Tho selection of wwl ombracod in tho week's eataloguo lias been an at tractive on a for this - period of ; the season, including a number of snpor u{3 ior wools from the Now England and northern districts.; Thoro was. bow*. V| over, a big proportion of nnskirted, ?Ait lines, Tho ninrket 1ms ruled firm nt Iftto rates for all gocd. morino wools,. ? .? bat croBsbrcds wero iucliued to weak en at tho closing rates. Lambs* wool V- was in strong domand,and all clossos ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney Election. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Blayney Election. This streuuous contest is very ' nearly over. . Only one day remains before tho fiual ballot. Thon Blaynoy will ccaso to bo tho axis'rouud which tbo political wheol revolves. Mr. Withington continued his enor getio campaigu to maintain tho load which it is believed ho had establish ed./ ^(r. Beoby Will . oxort every norvo to regain iiis - hold ou tho Blaynoy doctors. Tbo Liberal candidate, aftor his Rockloy meeting, visited Judd's Creek ar.d Mount David, aud on CJ-i ? J... ? oauututtj U»WUIUK uuuiuoav-. electors at Barraga. Horo ho con* trusted Mr. Beoby's position when ho broko free from tho shackles of tho Labour party with tho ox-Minister's presout attitude voiced at Pcrthvillo to the offoct that he now ouly dif fered from his labor friends on minor matters. Mr. Withington warmly reseated the unfounded charges that his op ponents were circulating against him, effpesially tho ridiculous statement that ho wus opposed to old-ago pensions. Yetholmo is a charmiog tou...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Accident at a Sawmill. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Acctdont at a 8awmltl. ' Yestorday at Mr.- 13-jn Lawrenco's sawmill, Killamey, Josoph Illiugs worth hnd the misfortune to loso tho middle fingor of his right hand, com ing into contact with a circular saw. Ho wns brought into town for medi cal treatment.

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 — 22 January 1913

I'UULIC NOTICB Commonwealtb^^ Bank of HustiaUa ?ninehMitre epia for (rtnuclfso ef Oentraf oartfcfnff ou«[n«ta throoahout AuitnlT* N«w South ud C*ab«rrfc. Vlotorla-Utlbourii*. Queensland— DHiUnetna Hwnnllle. South Australia— Ad«Uld«. W«at«rn Auatraila-rarUi. Taimanla—lloUrt. ' And at Egypt Usui*, Mv3 N«« Oroad street, London rtaltUoee* nidi to, t&d drafu drawn on foreign ptac«s direct, -ftrtlfrn Bllla oeioUatad and eoU»ct*-l Utttracf CrfJlt asd Clrcotar NoU» Ui-trO to any part cf ihi world. BIUj nrgotlaud or (orvafded (or collection. Banklor and Excbangt Htulncu of tttry dttcrlpUoa trisuctcd within tbi Comoonw«altb, Ualtid Kingdom and fortlga couotriet. SAVINGS DANK DEPARTMENT Asonelaa an opto In practically all Root Offlcoa which luua Ueary Ordirt In tht Australian Oommonwaallh and Capua. Withdrawal* en demand may b« tffrcttdforiumaup to ClOat any Office within thaCotBaonweiJtb *1 Minimum no. Rata of Intorost on OOrtft ? / Dopaalt O/o all Dopaslts up to dCrOUU »ra JuCiKT, 11...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Fine Work. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

A Fine Work. Yesterday tho Liceusiug Inspector officially luspectodihe new premises of Mr. J. Qutnn, kuown as tho Cen ?tral/Hotol, nud oxpressod himsolf as YQiy pluasod with tho various details. Wo cdmplimeut Mr. Alf. H'ilbert, tho contractor, upon the couipletan of ouo ot cite oesc nnismcu nosteiorios 01 our town. Tho worknutiiship is faithful. nnd tho finish being all that can bo destred. Mr. Quinn is deser vedly proud of his now hotol aud anticipates doing w'oll and judging fronj what r wo saw ovcrythiug is there to fisaist him to do so.

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 — 22 January 1913

- PUBLIC NOTICE. j Follow the Crowd TO THE great SUMMER SALE AT Weale's Cash Store New Wheat ! New Wheat ! To Wheat Growers If you havo not secured tho best Prices ' in tlie pnst, write to LINDLEY WALKER AND COY., MarK Lane, syoney, Rojmrdiuir your new crop. Tliojr nro nilmiltcdljr tlio IcndinR \Vlnrat Sales mon of (Im Stale, with I lie biwrat locnl nud Shipping connection. ircu Stomgo nnd Liberal Advnncos enn bo nrrnitRcd. Slnrcs D.irlmg lalond and City. Bemcmbor— Higlicirt Pricr*# Lowrst Charge*. ? ? WftSi IhrnM** Wttm = off ovary thtntf. j Good-bye-to-the-Builder I - SAifi ? ? ? ? . .ij I *wm VV/E have been in tlio Bmidii'j ;Hajjdi for the put twelve '* monthi. Now out buiiijin^jt'jlinished, and we have lo clear Stocks to make way for special orders we placed lo | . go into the New Building. , Everything has been redi|cfd at least 10 per cent., or 2/- in the f off everything. Now is the time to buy everything for Men's and Boys' Wear, and remember the summertime hot weather is on...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

PUDLIU WOTICK. ? ? ?tut H * fc vssria ? Tlio VhiiB. Op!!ti«m . tott; !» copf t.»H |j '?? -'I cluu noma uunl ? nabuabbi. od moHdaV, aitb. J visit J Mr- '!u8r®''' And Havo Tour. Eyotf Toatod ? 1 Wf#.' If your Eyes easily tiro and throb, if | 0//#Tlftir I »v\* you havo coostantheadacbcs. If your j light at times becomes blurred, or if Tour niRht trouM'fl -oo in any way. you should take advantage of ray offer lo j Ihoroitijlily and fciemifiolly i»st Your Eyes, Absolutely Fice. Lacb Eye will f h»M, mined separately with the aid of tbo vory latest and most improved In* I (-lriiTnon,», including tho Coroea OphHialroiscope, tho first m Ao«tralw, and { places will not bo recommended unless they aro poeiiivoly necessary. I Children's Eyes aro alio treated, and in every initnnco my cliargcp are vory rctflotiahle. Mr.iHliriditr. aro tlio liluhwl in Aunt'oVm, «ccnici! in tho Best Oplic-\Ii»tl. tuu-s, and t.Vnirrd by examination with depress from Vtcnoa, lJ'jrlin, Urcs j den, London, nod New York...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Police Court. On Tuesday morning bcforoMr. A. O. ? Butler, P.M., Thomas Patrick . Donnoliy was obarffed with obtaining monoy from Mm. Gil more, of ttootni, by moans of a vftlaoIoj«chc([Uo. Sorgeant Scanncll, dopoaed : In consoqucnco of tv telegram received received from tho Morco- police yes torday, I wont to Wall's Commercial Hotol in company with Constable Tarnball, and shortly after 11 o'clock last night saw accused in a bed at tho hotel. Ho said his namo wns Thomas P. Donnoliy, and hocamofrom Boomi to Narrabri, and arrived hero by Sat urday afternoon's train. I told him a warrant had been issued for his ar rest for obtaining £7 10s from Mis. Giltnoro by meano of a valuoless cheqno. Ho askod to allow tho mnt tcr to ntaad ovor till to-morrcnv whon he coald easily fix tho riattur up. I said, 'No, I woald not,' nud then arrested him and charged him at- tho lockup. Ho had only two pouco on him whon arrested. Tlio principal witnesses resides nt Morco whero nccosed damo from. Accused h...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Recent Open-Air Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Rocont Opon-AIr Concort. ilvs.vD. I. Bndgo informs us that tho lato coneort in aid of tho bazaar, realised about £20. Wo feel sure that this will bo regarded as a very satisfactory result.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Illegally on Premises. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

illegally on Premises. !'.* Beforo Mr. A. O. Bntler on Tues-1 - ? da}-, 'William Murray was charged' with being in tho dwelling house of v Mrs. Mary Lloyd, of Narrnbri, for an ' ?* unlawful purposo, to; .wit,; intent to - . ? Accused plodded not guilty. E. G. Turnbnll, constable, doposod - about G.30 this morning from some ' thing ho .was told ' he, iti company with Constable Blowes, wont to Car riO'rVHotol, West Narrabri, and saw . \defendant in tKo baclc yard. Ho said ? - his name was Murray, that his swog was outside; and that ho carao fro*i Narrabri this morning. Ho said ho stayed'at tho. Railway, at Narrabri, last night. In roply to a question, aereuaant boiuiio went w uiu imiuui Hotel ' betweon' 5 and G o*cluck this morning aud hod a drink. Ho said -? he did not go into a bedroom at that hotol. - . He was then brought to tho Narrabri police office and charged ? with tho offenco. -In :roply to tho charge ho sdid'it was a pretty hot ono to pat against a nian. In roply to defenda...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUEST FOR BRITISH MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

THE QUEST Foil BHITISH MONEY. ' After a period of comparative qtiiotndo iu borrowing iu England, some of tho Australian States liava again nppealod to Loudon, and all purpose doing so. But the undor writera, without whoso assistance fresh borrowings cannot bo effected, appear to bo getting sated with tho reinuinders tlioy lmvo to shoulder. Thus in October tho utiiJcr\vriter8 for a New South Wales llnur-uf jCI, 500,- 000 had to take '-0poroent. The underwriters of tho Quceuslniid loan of £2,000,000 iu November wore more fortunate, being left with only mO per cent. Tho next experience was far less favorable for underwrit ers of tho 'Western Australian Ioaur who had to tako 43 per eeut. But tho results of^ho tiro most recent loans wero more discouraging, (or tho underwriters of tho Now South Wales loau of £3,000,000 had to tuko 85 per cent., and the underwriters of tho Tosmauiau loau of £1,300,000 wore left with 72 per cout. Sonio ullowauco for these unsatisfactory re salts has to bo m...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. BOGCABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

DistrlotNews.' BOGCABRI. I It is roportod that tho Fullers' Karth mino is to bo njfnin put into operation shortly. Tho mnchinery for treating tho crudo materials is to bo established at tho mine. Pleased to note thnt Sir. J. S. Uayno is up and about again. The gonial 'Jack' is. off to tho sea-shoro for a spell next) week, llopo to bco him rotuvn full of health and vigor. Our poor Progress Oommittoo is in an awfully bad way. Only fivo mombors turned up on Tuesday night Inst for tho usual monthly mooting. Thoso woro : Messrs. - 1. Pcnrlmnu, T. McGratb, P. Cohen, J. Parker, and D. D. McManus, hon. soc. What in tho namo of all that's reasonablo is tho uso of pcoplo con senting to go on tho committoo if thoy havo no intention of attending meetings ? Thoy aro noithor ubo nor ornamont, nnd arotcally a hindrnnee to tho progress .of tho town. This pnper contends that any member . absenting himsolf from oven ono meeting — unless ho cau furnish a good substantial causo, such as sick ness, or a...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Catalogue of Bargains. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Oataloguo o? Bargains. In our businoss columns readors aro invited to scud for tho Sale Book issued by David Jones, Ltd., of Syd ney. This book is realty a . comploto eataloguo of bargains, and may be had frco for tbo. asking.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

GUNNEDAH. Tho death of Mrs. Brazil, oged 36 years, occurred in tho hospital on Saturday, from poritonitis. Tho funeral took placo on Sunday, tho remains boing interred in tho Church of Euglaud portion of the local como tery It is rumonred that Mr. Ashford, our sitting Stato member, is likely to contest tbo Upper Hunter seat against Mr. Speaker Willis. Wo seo no rea son why. Mr. Ashford Bhould run away from his electorate, and from, tho, little information wo .possess fool certain ho will run for Liverpool Plains at tho next election. Tho excessive heat which had pre* .vailed duriug Sunday up to about 3.30 p.m., was to a slight extent modified by a thunderstorm, but very little rain foil iu town. From ap pearnnco, however, wo think there wero good falls in tho localities of. Carroll, Kelvin and' out in tho direc tion of Mullalcy. Wo aro now experiencing tho - hottest timo for many years. ' Advertiser.'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reward. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Reward. A 'Gazette, notico offer*] a reward of £25, m addition to £25 each by the L. A. L. and United Fire Cos., for luformation which will lead to tho convicuou of any porson or persons guilty of setting ou fire the property of Eliza Mary Cunniugham at Nar rabri ou December 14.

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