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Special Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Special Hospital Committee Meeting. *i-* ? I A *j»ccinl meeting of tho committeo wam held on Tlmrsilny evening for (I10 purpoao of considering tlio iu*' port* for presentation at tho annual meeting. l'reHont: Messrs. Levey (President), licit*, hpencer, jinag wick, Wyatl, Creer, McAlister, -Lum* font, Smith, Batler, Woods, 3!ac* kunxie, Walker, Hnlbort, (letls nnd Dr. Pork. . A letter was rend from tlio Citi* tens' AKsociation rc slorago nml caro of ambulance douated to tlio town, by the iVasociation. Tho Prt'sideut raid tlio dcslinntioo of tlie[ambulanco would' bo tho lios pilul. Tho Association will undor lake to pay for tho upkeep of tlio cat, but it muNt bo umlorstocd that otlier peoplo can hnvo tho uso. of the nmbulnuco. Tho nmhulanco would ho free fur hospital uso. .ill. .'imuiuiu B^Ko , ' niiiuil chnr^o bo tundo for tho uso of the car. -'- Mr. Park: The Citizens' Awwia* tiou intend to draw up a rcuto of ehntgiM. which would bo snmll. .Mr. H'nlker thought it « «plt'inlid thing ...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

items of Interest. / ^'Although Mr. O'Malloy has his fancy for a natuo fur.tlie Federal Capital, ho intoudu tinally to invite oiicH Fedora! member to submit a nnmo. from which list tho Cabinet willrmnko its clioico, A. revolting story has been told by a gmVo-digger mimed Voungconccrtiing tho flispotfal of dead at (jueenborough Cc^oterj*, Hobart, where, he said, coffins wero removed to mako room forj fresh bodies, aud as they would not be leplnced, they were- piled on mbbiuh heaps uud boine wetc burned. J other night u Collurcnebii mau/uftei' n hnrti day*H 'work — in a pub'— phuiled his Nuperlliious cash iu hia boob, and to make his bank secure went to bed with h'm tiomber lOVon. Noxt morning he found boots aud all had difiiippettred* — 'Chronicle.'- ? A new brake hiiH.been invented by aCioulbtttn man iu Ihe railway «iT vtco. '.Ilis 5-uid tti be tin impiove mcut ou the Wcstiughouso brake. . O.vviug to, the rapid increase iu. the' bii th rule at liitligow. all thu mit erini^ Unins app...

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Wool and Stock Report. CHEERFUL PROSPECTS FOR 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Wool and Stock Report. CHISKRFUL PKOSPKCTS FOR 1910. Tho prospect'' for our btockowuers is a rosy ono for 1013. Wool keeps ip, and thoro is no indication what ?i'vor of a velapso ; iu fact, .with the possibilitv of the American tarilf botng reduced, thoro is oyery chance of a larger demand. Japan continues to increaso hor purchases, and from r.ho. number of factories which aro being built in that couutry,. it lookd as if tho timo is coming when tho domand for wool will be very oxteu sivo. indeed. During tho piusL-few. Months' 'wool has .avcrpged^ ove£ &1* 18a por bale more- than /dhring^ tlie same poriod'in' tlu?. , jiVftvjqus 'y^ar, icd with a lighter»bUle^ and' tHerd is no op paront sign of, nny tfaU. - , f)Vi th sheep- and cattle- theTprospoijt&. are bright ; the demand -is incroasitig for frozen meat nil ovbr. Wio world, and Australia ? being; ouo of tho largest sources of stipplyi with yet enormouH opportunities of development and in creaso, must Hlyu'o largely ...

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Walgett-Coonamble Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Walgett-Coonamble Railway, AX'u have much pleasure in pub' lishing the following extracts from tho Coouamblo ' Independent ' iu its report ot tho Public Works imjuiry into the proposed construction of a Tho Chief Commissioner, Mr. John son, iu Ilis report to tho Committeo said : — ' Another featuic connected with tliis extension, v stiid 31 r Johnson, would bo that, assuming a lino wero constructed from Uilgnndniton point on tho North-Western line, the XV cs- tom pastoral ureas Which would bo served by.the lino botweon titlgandra, aud-Quamboiie wo'nld bo'witlim com paratively easy access o! tho north uud liorth-weHteru portions of tho Stato in timo of dronght. Jt also seemed to him that, if this extension was carried out, it shonld bo with tho ultimate object -of oxtension' to a point on the. Darling, mjd-wny be tween Brewnriina and Walgott, * a . moro snitnblo connection betweon the Western liuo and Walgott being; iir his opinion, via Xoouatnuic. Mr. Ilarpor, Assistant Huilvvay. . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

POHLIO NOTICB. ? ? ? ? ? - ? i ? ? ' I Insurance for Nothing 'The Pateiit I ? ? that protects W ' - ijin Public and ft.f — ^ *** I That is what the new th^purveyotS S | ^ntiEL©: ItMMi non-refillable bottle gives you S | ; Assurance for Nothing Jf® f '^L 1 That is what the 'new Johnnie II ^ f Walker non-refillable bottle !, gives the purveyor. ; Read how to pour and don't worry about the whisky. The ! proprietors of ' Johnnie ' ? ' Walker ' did the worrying^ lO 1?^ \ years ago, when the whisky ,(i JLJL ! was distilled. ; || ' 'W9\ ' HOW TO POUR ! . Carefully ]withdraw the cork. : Tilt the bottle (at the angle || V% I, i shewn in illustration) and the j: $1^1 !? pf St « M i whisky will flow freely. ' i if wf' j Stocked by all Purveyors who value the U B&f.mb. ' confidence of the public. ' ) X-1N WALKER & SONS, LTD., of KILMARNOCK J^ ^f. ~\1( | j And at SYDNEY and MELBOURNE. ! j se tss I HILL, CLARK & CO. Ltd. | ^^1 I at Flcmingti.0- y (Selling AOENTS ONLY.) ? S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

r ?? ' pitblic NOTicr. PERSONAL Attention ! you Can always rely ' on this by consigning to MAIDEN BROS. SYDNEY. ? j @ Jj is unequalled ! || NomorebidIyrisen,lndigeatibleSamts, *§&r Cakes, etc.; by using Dr. Waugb'* sjEta dgf. Baking Powder these have a crisp- /ji ft&i'' ? ? '/^SaMi andawholesomenessthatgive £ V an added pleasure to every M / «Hg|SQ£m^H \ 5|j are conducive to good i n See that your storekeeper mL| JalL i gives you Dr. Waugb's [ rrg'J Biking Powder la you* y- A URMF.Y UlttKS' COLLEOE.-.t Mljlirtan tlo.inllns School for Voting J_a.li-*», I — ft h wi.lrr I'nl*. Tiarlirr*. wltli Home Training «M Home C«-mfoft«. The Colliua ? 'Jt ' ?« tlmrmluKly littiatnl In lit oaii park like crouncH on tlic hrigtilt of |l«*l.». ?ffiv s»«ini-r. Al.t. I'Siv. ami Mi'sic.ti. »:.\ im.«. i. nt'it: iii iLiuNus (iivi;i: W 40 H(M).MH) KXTKNMVK PLA V-JJH-l\VI).S. haw a mothers caro under tfi- iKr»onaJ attention of .Mr*. IW*cutt. tfr-«l4f nttrntfon to (fie moraf. Inlrlltf lull, nml...

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Ogg's Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Ogg's Forecast. . ; XVeuther prophet Ugg predicts that duriug tho tint ..week, of January it ^ ill jjo comparatively , pleasant .at i tirat but-trying latterly, buvcvo clcc i trie disturbances brinciui? verv turn porary relief. Duriug tho second week practically * tho entire easteru , hiilf.of lhe ConiiiionwealtU is antici-. ? pitled.^io. como under, probably the 'combiijed influeiiocs of an antarctic di&tarbanco und ^onsuon.. Intense heat will thoroforo prevail generally, but heavy electric discharges, tor reutial ruius, mingled with hail aud oyclombblows,'aml bring about com- 1 paratively cool weather. For the weokondiug tho 22nd, likely ^eighty ' uiuiosphovQ again and Eomu htorms in scattored parts.

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Lying-in Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Lying-in Hospital.. An. interesting case um(er. the Hoo pitaU Act was hoard at Gulgong lust j week before M r. Arnott, P.M. - Jauo Hi I b I h I tl 1 t cai I i t I i t I lot a liconsf. It appears tmit tuo Helen dant had ruu a private hospital, which was duly licensed.- in - Muvuo-strcet. but closed it in ID1 1.- and notihcd the authorities - that' she .r Katl- done f«o. Lust year 'Sho/ opened' a bourdiug house tu Jluber-strcet, aud lutd homo permaueuliliourduvs. Iho ease aguinst 'lief was that-slie wua taknig in both surgical . uud Ivtng-tu- cuucs. ...-Iho dufcucu waa that. thu patients moiolv puid . her the-batuu board - that - the otdiiiaiy patteuts paid, ami tbiit they had to lind- their own . nurse and medical ollicer. - Defoudaut udmiUcd that sho had taken live lying-in cases duniig thu past few months. - Sho had not assisted in nursing them. His Worship held that breuch of the Act' had occurred, and - lined de fuiidimt .ClO aud cuilts.. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

PUBLIC NO:iUK ? C*t' ..^HU Uri 1^ ''l J uVl'X ;;'i I lTaV. bKeh'.mVj 'Juh! | vi8it Bas«er, AndHnvo Your Eyos Tested ^ — -7 — Froe- — i Cn„ iy/l/Cm, If your Eyra easily tiro and throb, if j 'O/iiTlt \1f fir »* yoa litre consiant hcsdscbis. if ynur *?/ sigbtat times bccomuK blurred, or if rour fie1 1 iff u1 1-» \ott in any *ay. you should take adrantnpe of my olfur to lliormw! U «n,l vdrniifi^lly imt YuurEycs. Absrluuly F er. Each Kyo will t.f ? rni nt*d ►►rsfatrly wi?h thr aid of tbo tcry la est and raoftt improTed in* finim»n p. inrlcrilira tho Corona Opbtbalmif:opp, tbe firs' in Australia, sod glas«ts will not be rccrnr mended unlt-ss they aro posiiively accrs-oary. Chi'-lrrnV Eyos are vl o treated, aod in c*ery instance roy charges are very rcisotnble. Mv -o 'ific»i«-« «ir« ilir hiith»st in Amt'alia. secured in tho Best Optical Instl t-n- «, tn t win d by --xam:nition with degress from Vienna, Bvrlin, Drcs den, ijomlon, and New York. 1 employ no Acent*. aod oonduct my business per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

' ? PUBLIC h'OTIOK M. MclflsnHle, ?' LOCAL AGENT I'OH CLYDE WINDMILLS FARMING MACHINERY — Ou*^ wiuilniUld nro liuliulilc, anil with ilium ^ ? ? % ? s ^ ' XXX Ale- ^Staqt KENT BREWERY o 5YPN&Y; \:±— _ \ CorrtJspondcixcc Irwiicd. / x^ppi^' m p/jsroRjib Fmsame- j^sse? t? ^-7/ — v^-7^ Z5 PAillip 6h Sydney, ; fsss' A^^AHNDEHS Street Sydney I SYDNEYS LEADING JEWELLER . j . S hr k £-{h ? , l 'I 10-. . . . . I ? ? | ^-0/ '?/5 a \ f ^ j x.-rl 1 o |.»J -MWu 'O'U I'.lrj: vitiV-l JL £$ 10' ,v'r'' /S. '7X' #M A 4 £1. It ? \ Anrt'ijiti. fl a | ^ 76 S-jj'.tGoUI,«»t XS . ' r^.-e ? tit U^ainordi. ~ I ' 'i'/V * c 9.t.Oo!J 11*: :-rooc!», Amct!i;tl 1 o .0. ^ 10/. ; ' 10'. i S -!id Silver S.»rerei|t P.ine land 1 e'iatf-). fioiJ u:i«(, ?: t.. . I [?] ? ! ? a :aeu0iico Vjf| rjjy?)~rcr-^ 250 ui? sr'?o° VEHICLES sa?e IF HIE TO SELECT j FtSESl HMtn- tonui 'A'.S,.DY tHI'Er.- VMgf \y VJStfl \y FKOrtl VEhCEO CHAFT8- AU favorite types - KEN! ? 'Mado to Last.' included. FbUGSIES and SULKIES! j , In our CA...

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Emigrants' Wives and Families. IN DISTRESS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Emigrants' Wives and Fam ilies. IN DISTRUSS IX EMi LAND. In the Houba of Commons on Tuesday hist, Sir Ktnlork Cooku asked tho Secretary ol I State for tho Colonies whether it wits a fact tbnt there wns distress among thu wives ami m'nilics ot many who were un able to join their hushnntls and fathers in Australia owing to tho increased rates of nomi- 1 natcd passages. Mr. Harcourt replied that sotne States hnd increased tho amount owing to the high shipping rates. lie denied that tho immi gration otlico was not upto date.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

It is tho rosolvo To- obtain the liENUINE 'AXDKR ?EUCALYPTI EXTRACT which will pro^ enre for you a tcmeily of !-ferlit-K vatuo aud will protcct you from having your beallb in juiied by one ot the uiauy ^ude oils and so- called' ExtracU ' which no m.v julnicd oil by uuscrupuioiiiiK'.itcri an ' j'4«t is yoO.l, ' . lid which are accoiiltn^ to nuihuutic medico Hklimooy very deprcssiill* tt» ific btatl. The .uKNUINE.n/ NDKU KK rilAGT U abso. ilcly noh iiijiir tuis and holantaneous ' relief fn hcadachc, fcvcru, ;ColiU, Imi^ and slomaclriroulilcs. .ajid iu ureal ,auti«v|Uic poweis protcct ftom fiilutu infection. . Ulccrst ' wounds, burns, sprain aro liculcd willious iiilljuiiiution. SANUICK'S IvX I'KACT is endorsed by llic h^btk', uicilical uulliuiitie. and ii uuiijue in iti i llcct; jnuiiy. reliability and mfciy atc iu i'iiliii^ui-liii)t- (imlilics Tbcrcforej lici (lie GKNUINK SANiJKKS' EXTKAC I'— in»Ui if you lia»t lu-luiyci ft and -icii^c tlic GIVES INSTANT itKMEK. ''Foe oi x yenw I hav...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Strong Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Strong Wool Market. I The London wool market ex liibited considerable slreii^tb on Saturday .There wns ac tivity 111 tlio market for mer ino nurl fitter 'r,i:}u crossbre:!. and it still ruled in favor of' sellers under the strong de mand from English and Amer ican buyers. l'o.irser qualities of greasy crossbreds recovero I the init ial loij nt the opening -nles ind (iriees were (juito up to those of the last series. Ciruisy airJ scoured merinos were iu huye supply - fiorn N'ott' finutli Wulns mid Queens land. They wi re mostly suit able for Continental require ments, an 1 mist a spirited sale, railing at last chielly into into French . aud German hands, the latter buying the bulk of the New South Wal-js greasy at prices ranging from loll. Scoured sold at '-'?[?Jd.

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Spooks Frighten Johnson. SLEEPING IN CONDEMNED CELL. GHOSTS DANCE AND KNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Spooks Frighten Johnson. ' SMOKPING IX l.'ONDKMNHl) VKhh. GIIOST.S DANCK ANL) KNOCK. (?nblo iiovv.s from Chicago, dated Saturday, btatc3:—Juck JoimRon be lievcH thnt ho in being haunted iu liift cell at the county gaol. Yesterday he limped into tho oifico of the Fcdoral Depnrtmout of Jnslico and complaincd bitterly ngainnt boing detained in the coudomncd ccll. Ho hwovo thnt Rpooks Huvronndcd him ' nil through the night. Somodauced about ou tho iloor and others niuufied themselves tapping on the cell door. u Kot* tho lirat time iu my life,' !-nid Johnson, ' I am Buffering from a weak back. Thnt ia doo to my thrashing round nil night because tho ' spooks bothered m*?. Look here' — i and he uhowed a big porous plaster pasted on tho sumll of his back. j ' Hut,' snid tho officer, u I thought I you had a large comfortabla room.' ! ' l'ui not complaining about tho : size of tho room,' replied Johnson, '* but just think of sleeping in a room whero men havo Hpent. their last night on earth. ...

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Fell Down a Mine Shaft. DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT TINGHA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Fell Down a Mine Shaft. DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT TINGHA. A very sorious mine acci dent occurred at Tingha, 10 miles from Inverell,' on Tues day lust. Tlic result i 3 that n toung man — John Thomas, son of tliu licensee of- the Koynl Hotel, Tiugliu, nnd one of Ihe best known ^'sports ' iu the locality— still lies ill an unconscious stato and' is' not expietid to recover. , It appxars that Tliomas nnd a companion woro working a tin shoot situated about' a mi'e nnd n half out of the township on the Inverell road. Thomas had occasion to descend the shaft, and in seeking to put his foot into tho loop of tho rope, missed tho loop and full headlong down tho sliafl, a distance of 40 feet. He fell into a couple of feet 0' water nt tho bottom His companion quickly des cended mid placed the injured man 011 n ledge out. of the water He then went for help. After great difficulty the man was got to the surface. A doctor was procured [rom In verell, and lie found', that Thomas was dreadfully injured n...

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Son Shoots Father. ATTACKS MOTHER. DRUNKARD'S MAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Son Shoots Father. ATTACKS MOTHKR. DRUNKARD'S MAD RAGE. lrrom Vnnconvor' on Snttirdn)* co men tho nowa of a torriblo trngedy having iakou plnco nt Maplo Yalloy, Washingtou, last night, whon n drtinkon son mardorcd his father nnd flbsanlted liis motlior. Auloy Uault camo Iioino drunk ntul began to quarrel with his fivllior. Tho mother remonstrated with him, aud tho flon then hecamo oitrngeil nnd rnalied nt lier. Tlio fnthor, Albert (Juult, w)u- wa« Gl) years old, tried to Ktop hint, and tlio infnriated non tired point-blnnk At Iiik fntlier's Iiead with a revolver. Thu old nmu dropped dead. Auloy Cintilt then tnnicii npon tho rest of tho family, but nei^hhois, ut traded by the mother's Kcrcatus', rushed iu and ovurpowered him.

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Gunnedah Swimming Carnival. DELANDER WINS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Gunnedah Swimming Gar nival. DELANDER WINS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. Tho second swimming car - nival this season under th ? auspices of the Gunnedah SwiuiminjT Club', was .hold in tho Namol . 011 'Wednesday altornoou. Kesults ; — Fifty Yards Handicap, boys under 16. — R, Hinton 1, A. Mason 2. Fifty Yards Club Cham pionship. — S. Delander 1, W. Newborn 2, T. Collison 3. Tim', 28 seconds. Sixty Yards Handicap.— T Hamilton, 8 seconds, 1 ; R Hughes, 5 seconds. 2 ? F.- Col- lison, 4 seconds, 3. Time, 44 seconds.

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Police .Court. - Beforo Mr. H. L. Walker, J.P,t on Thursday morning, Robert Watloy, aged 26, pleaded gnilty to stealing a liat vulued at lls (Id,' tho' property of Frank White, at Narrabri on tho. 21st January. Patrick Scannell, Sergcaut of Polico deposed ho saw accused in Maitland street on Wednesday night and was wearing tho felt hut now produced. On being usked wlioro ho got tho hat accnsed said ho picked it up at Ford's picture uliow, a Salvation Army' woman told him to piok it up and' that hor uamo was Midgeo Roberts. Ho said ho woro a hat of his own at tlio pictaro bIiow. On beiug asked why I10 did not hand tho hat to a policoman accused said ho never thought about that. He was thon arrested. Frank Wliito deposed ho was a joiner nud was at Ford's picture show ou the 2lsL, inst.. with W Magill and Bussy Potts. Ho took off his hat uud laid it 011 tho end of tho soat he waa sitting 011. At tho end of tho performance when ho looked for his hat it was not there. Tho hat pro duced b...

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Au Revoir. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Au Rovoir. Mr. ft- J. Taylor left Nurntbri on Weducsdav-'flftOrnoon for his now school at Coogce. Before ho took his doparture he weut round and bid farowoll to his old friends, and ex prusauu iiis Borrow ni leaving tuo town he hud resided in s6 long. Duriug his stay in Narrabri, Mr. Taylor was offered tho chanco of removal 011 four differout occasions, und ono timo was asked to oxchango with Chatswood. AU will bo safe in predicting that jt will not be long boforo Mr. Taylor pays a visit to Narrabri, irrespective' of the occasion on which he is to receivo tho presen tation by tho townspeople.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 24 January 1913

Wau(ch1 eydty^no tp .knojv that your money will go further at'Krohu a.. ^ h-* ? Becnuso tho pric^'aro tho lowest in tho Footwear Uao. .Opi»b8itt:Aho lost ?

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