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District News. BURREN JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913
District News. nUIlIlKN .1UNCTION. On 1'rulny nijfht last a rcprcsenta- J tivo gathering of citizons mot at the I Comniorcinl Jlotol to bid farewell to ! Mr. I). I,. Hodgtus, teller at the local branch of tho Commercial Bank, who has bcon transform,! tn \V„i^l,n Mr. T. Garmty -wan in tlio clinir, and oxplnined that, although Mr. Hodginaliad only that morning re ceived notico of Iuh transfer, and would be leaving for Walcha ou tho following day, bin friends decided not to allow him to go without, in a small way, showing thoir apprecia tion of him. ill*. HodgiiiH hiul boon eightcoii months iu tho Junotiou, and during that timo had identified him self with overy movement for tho j bonclit of the town and people. He - htul been an, onthuainstio Hport, and both as a footballer and cricketer ho would bo greatly missed. His manly mode ot living should prove a valu able ivtamplc to other young men, a'tid iu. leaving tho Junction he was not loaving a single euomy behind him. Ho cculd toll Mr...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913
Personal. Mr.~ Ji W. Macdonald managor local branch of Commercial Bank, left yesderday for a months holiday o recoup bis health. Mr. Bert Boulton takes tho managers chair, — -l If./ W 1- 11 1 .npl'infy nt head offico staff takes tho latters place. Wo ?wish Mr. Macdonald an enjoyable I biiaII. ' ' ' It is rumored, that ilr. H. S. Pol lack has resigned the position of auc tioneer to tho Farmers' Unions. . -Mr. Kosner formerly of the local Bank of Australasia lias beeu sont out to Hungorford, coutral Queens land.
Great Sale Festival. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913
Groat Salo Festival. ^ In another portion of our papor will bo fouud a full pago advertiso meut from Collins Ltd., giving par ticulars of an extraordinarily liberal offer duriug thoir Great Salo Festival. Tho salo starts ou Tuesday, 28th January, and ends 2Sth February. A day has been drawn by Mr. Smith of tho N.S.W. Bank from a number of others, anjl on that day any cms buy ing goodn, in small quantity or largo quantity will have their mouoy re turned on producing their cash voucher. - Read tho advertisements and see the marvellous bargains for yoorsolf.
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913
Obituary. This morning nt threo o'clock Mr* Thomas Brown of Stony Crook passed away. Ho was G4 years of ago and had been Raftering from an internal complaint. Born in Victoria ho camo to Narrabri somo 20 odd years ago. Deceased was a single man and a brother of Mr. Androw Brown, 000 of tho mombers of tho Land Board. Tho remains wero interred in tho Presbyterian portion of tho cemotery, Mr. H. Logan carrying out tho fun eral arrangements.
M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913
M.U.I.O.O.F. On Mouday night (20th inst.,) the lacal lodge hold a purplo dogreo mooting, nt which a number of dclo- . gates passiug through town to tho I conference taking place at Walgett, I wero prcsont. Thoro wero threocan didatos from Narrabri West, 2 from Narrabri, and 1 from Bollata for tho porplo degree. After tho businossof tho evening an adjournment was made to indulge in harmony aud refresh* meats, during whioh varioa?. toasts wero honored.
Auction Sale at Boggabri. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913
Auction 8ato at Boggabrl, An important nuction Salo an nounced by Mr. E. F. Guost, who will on Saturday, 8th February, at tlio Alexnndra Hall, Boggabri, oltcr tho homestead selection, known as Wilson's soloction, situated 9 milos I from Baiin Baa. Tho property is | well improved and watered, and ; should certainly command tho atten tion of prospoctivo buyers — especially j ns tho salo Is ' without~resorve.' 1