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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

IV PEOPLE KNEW IT'S VALUE. ' If poopl* knew tho re^ valuo of Ch-.wborlalnV Cough Eomedythoy vrould -' never bo without a bottle in tho house,' 6ays Mr.D. D.Dobell, Bndgery buildings. Now Canterbury Bond, Dulwich llill, Now South Wales. u I havo used it in my fani 1 y and consider It tho safest modiduo for . ithor chUdr.'a or adults, and cau thor- ' DUgfalfftMpUUB&i&to&QfQUe.' I'..''

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

Cablegrams. The tono of tho seroi-ofBclal press at Vienna indicates that the sudden turn of events in Constantinople lias in no'wiso shaken tho views of tlio Powers regarding Adrianoplo. Two Italian battleships havo boen or dored to proceed to tho Levanto. The Black Soa fleet at Sobaatopool is on der steam. * ' : v It is roported that tho new Turkish Government prefers to avoid bloodshed, but regards Adrianoplo as indispensible. ' Tho roport adds tlio Govorn.nont has not boen fughtenod by the throats that Busshi will tako action, as such actiou would iugender European complications. Five thousand waitoi-s aro now idle in Now York. Thojriotts still coutinuo, and tho Governmeut is consideringthoquestion of calliug out tlio troops. / Au cartliquako shook .was felt at Con stantinople on Saturday morning. Mouut I Vesuvius is showing renewed activity. Tho Women's Freedom League asked Mr. A^jnith what steps ho lias takon to fulfil his pledge U socuro an unfottered vote in respoct to the fr...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEASONABLE DAIRY UTENSILS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

8KAS0NABLK DAITtT' ? , UTEXSILS. Wu make it our business to supply everything required «iu . connection ?with tlio Dairying- I ud a 6 try ami Checfio and lluttor Factories. Far thcrmoro, ovorythiug wo supply raubt bo of the vory boat. It is our inten tion.. to bo tho best quality ,bouso Jn -bur lino of business. Wo keep a great stock 'oT :niilk-.ahd''*flt£aui' 'oans in. voriouB sizes aud cau supply tho . - ; ordinary* cans fitted with three and four hoops or tho Auierican pattern cans ma\lo of heavy 18 gaugo tinuod steel without hoop?:; also wo aro agents for tho best make of Danish stools cans which aro capablo of standing much roagli treatment. AVo also have some very^ftrio Danish steel milk backets iu 2 and-2i gallon .sizo; also Danish stool milk strainers. Herd testing is tho opdor of tho day, and consequently we keep enormous supplies of Baboock Testers from ^ - two-bottle sizo upwards ; wo can also supply cream teat tubes for obtaining percentage of creurn by gravity pro* cess...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

Telegrams. SYDSBV. MomUy. Owinc to tho nccidont/il flixxling of tho | machino n» om at tho ' DaJI/ Tolc^ph buildinp. earned throqgl. Iho butttlog of | tho niAin |-ipo in thoadjoinlngbujla. , ink-, thn machine* wero tompomrily dj« AblCHl. ? Tlio tUuintfo 1 1 niimatcu at limy 000. . 4 To-.toy'* tuh^'mph wm published at M Kroning Newi' 0£Uo». 8YDHEY, Mond-ty. Tho tologntphUU aro again in a stato of ferment owing to an officer taring boon punished for an ntleged brcich of tho ro gnl.ition«. Mr. Caruitchatil intends doling trith tho question of adnpting scliool butldinga to climatic necouiticj. AUCKLAND, Monday. It is rumoured in Duncdin that tho Federation of Labor haa pteacnted now doman'la which include* substantial in croftaes in tl.o wage*. NEWCASTLE, Monday. Tho position in mining circle* at New- 1 ' castlo is becoming very grave. I MELUOUUNE, Monday. Tho Victori/in Promior says tho Gover nor of tho Fedora! Iinnk is talking non scoao when ho sptsaka of Mr. Fisher's offer for taking...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[To the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

[To the Editof.] ' Sir,— For sorao considemblo timo past tho population of this district has boon waiting to fioo such things as finger boards on; tho roads, and cow as they aro a realised fact wo see, what I consider, in ono placo carelessness and in tho second tcir* ing on stupidity. What I allude tu is whoro tho Gurley road branolies off. The post, instead uf being put out in tho open nod in front of travellers, is placed on tho edgo of the scrub behind them, and thero is uo board indicating the Hcrrigal road. Secondly, at the junction of ino uerrigai nnu iorry-rua».nie uoui point to thu Ih'iTJgnl road, thus bhowiug uu Tcrry-Uio-IIio road, which turns nearly uorth, not east ns indicated. Tin's is ail I havo soon wrong as yet. Tho Oarley-Uoroo board is all that could bo wished. I havo not travelled the Millie sinco thoii* ercction. Xow, someone nifty a.ik tho -|ucs« tion, Why I did not write to tlio Council iu lieti of the press. Of course I recognise tlio fact that thi^ would be ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKE HIM FEEL YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

MAKE UIM FEEL YOUNG. I ha-1 paina iu tho ehestaud stomach) which tho doctor said woro 'duo to indigos*' tiou,' writes Mr. E . .Uoaloy, SadtMeri ILiurimu, N.Z. ' As his medicine «lid mo nu good 1 was advisod totrvClmm»mpini«»u TabloUi, and did so. I got immediate ro liefandnui now never wlthouta bottle in my room. .1 am a vory .old man, but Chamberlain's Tablots uiako luo feel well and young.'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

The Weather. - The weather during,tho past/week has not boon too comfortable. . Since Wodnesday lasl tho rcadingS' iit tho Post OHiuo nre - , « ?- ? ,/ ?' t , ? . Mux. .Miu. Wednesday. .01' 01 Thursday.. . -DS 02 . , Friday ? v ? ... '100 ? \ G4 Saturday , \ 110 75 Sunday ... 101) *? . 78 ?Monday ' G9

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 — 27 January 1913

PUBLIC NOTICE The Event of the Season. 1 ANTHONY HORDERNS' 20 DAYS SALE First Day; 'bTbI^I La,t Day: Tuesday, in every I Wednesday, Jan. 28/13 Department. | Feb l9- »13 Many thousands of genuine Bargains : ? ore set out in the Sale Catalogue; write for a copy, posted free on re quest, and reap the fuU measure of economy always to be found in ANTHONY HORDERNS', FAMOUS SALE PRICES. msm PODLIC NOTIOK. rWEir. KNOWN RESIDENT OF ADELAIDE, 'THE CITY OF CHURCHES' WRITES OF CLEMENTS TONIC. Spuki of thi Broken Hill Klnei, and how Hi Lost hit Health by Lotd PolionlnJ. CI(mtKt.T.nleUd.b.*coniUtetitlrpubt!-b.«l in this and alio large metropolitan new*, papers atriklnc letters in teitlmony of the treat power* ot Clenenta Tonic in re*toiinC health wlien TKOieiy it detpalrtd ot. Tbtte UUera Ixar the aamea and addrciteaol thote tettllyiaa, aad art atrlklns csamplei ot the value o! coo.! health tncoatraat to Ill-health, which In all the ca*e« mentioned was thcporilon ol thoie who lettified. Thla la m...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

- Crlckot. - A crjeket match betwcoo Narrabri W& Murrurundi 'was commouced on i tbo local wickot this morning,-' and at the luncheon adjournment the' viai-i tors bod lost threo wickets for 135 ! (Bryant 19, Wonlioh 05 nbt oat, and Dooloy 20 hob oat.) i

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 27 January 1913

Obituary. On Friday last their passed away Ethel T. Hyland, aged 6 years,   daughter of Mr. T. Hyland, of Eulah Creek. The little one suffered from meningitis. A large number of local residents were present at the funeral service, which was conducted by the Rov. Reid. Mr. H. Logan carried out the various arrangements. On Sunday, John- Morouoy, aged 78, was taken to tho hospital siiffor iug from heat apoploxy. Ho* had only boon admitted less tbau an hour whon ho passed Rov. Father' Condon read the 'bmrial service, aud Mr. H. Logan had chargo of ( tho faueral arrangomeuts. '

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Narrabri Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Narrabri' Rifle Club. Pmctico took , placo as usuul Inst Wodnesdny afternoon, when ; a good number of rifloraoui woro in atten danco. I'ojlowiiig'oio thu scores : — H. G, Spencer * «IS ;19 77 C.SIiearQr. ... ... *d(- -59 75 H. J. Piper ???...#. v.. 2)5 ;17 72 J. J. Pipor ! '.«JG ;;!(». 72 H. Logon . .i.: . . v JW 8G 70 0. Pipor ? ? ;.. {!(» -JO 'UG W. Dowav ..; ... ? iJO i;ii 74 A. Thoiloy ...' . ... .12 M\ 03 J. W. Laird ? ' ... '32 20 'GO P. White , . ... ' 17 28 «7

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 — 29 January 1913

IF PEOPLE KNEW IT.'^ VALUE.' % If peojilo know tho real vuiuo of Cb.tuborlaiu'u Cough liouicdy thoy would novor . bo; without, a bottlo in tho houic,' says Mr. D.-D. Daboll, Bndycry Building. NowCantorbuiy -Road, Dulwich Bill, Nimv Sontb Wales. ' 1 bavo used it iu lay fain ly and oounidcr'it tbo ?ufett modiciuo ti-r Ither ubUdreu or adults, aud cau thci ongbly rocommend It to imyonc.' Wautid ovcryono to know that your monoy will go further at KrvbuV Why ? Bcfanso tho pripos aro tlio lowest iu Wo FooVwctoljaO. -Oppositr tht- iVst Ofllco.* .

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 — 29 January 1913

HAD TO LAY Ul* WITH COLD ,'J Jmd ft. »jovoro cold iiccouipuniod with distrojaing pains .in tho chost aud hud to' lay up,', writoa -'Mr. 6am Scott, CO Fit*. ROrnld Stroot, North Portb.'-W.A. ' I ImJ triod aU' sorts ' of 'uiodicinot, hut nothing did mo tlio slightest'tfood. ' Ilavin^ Cliaw borhiin's Cougli Kcrnody iu stock, I tried that, -and it gavo', uio,lntjtjiuL.roliof,and I vrus quickly curoiL Iioit uT'all itmTO ro uiaiuod cured ' ' *, Owing to tho searcoty of domestic servauts at lirokou Hill, people aro giving tip bouso-koupiiig und adopt ing hotel lifo. You will bo suro to got what you wuut Jp tho Footwear lice at Krohu'*, whoro tbo goddbooU aWj Oppofclto Po«fc Ofllco.*

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government House. TO BE THROWN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Government House. TO BE THROWN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A meeting of tbo Xew South Wnle» Cabinet discussed tbe question o£ Federal Govornment llooso at lougth on Monday.. A scction of tho Ministry has been anxious , for somo timo to havo tho historic building Itself open to public inspection, js tho grouuds already aro. This view triumphed to somo extent. ? . . ? Tho Cabinet hnaliy dccided to throw the ground tloorof tho Govern ment Houso upon to publio gaze. This privilege will, howover, bo hedged about by a number ,of quali fications. Tho ground lloor will only bo thrown open on two afternoons a week, Wednesday aud Satnrday, be tween tho hours of 2 aud (ii Tho new conditiou of n flairs will dato from Saturday uext.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Local Market. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Tho Local Market, Air. Goo. AlcNamara reports having sold in tbo promises up till recently usod by tho Farmers Union, tho fol lowing linos : — V Boetroot ? 2d bunch Onions' '? ? ... - ... I, »,d butich' ^?'Beans' ?* ...? *... 4d'buuch ,v AIolous . ... 0d to Is 7d oacli ? ' v; yoraatdos ? 3Idto5dlb. c'.R'ock melons ... ' 3d to Gd Chinese cabbago ... Id each 1 ;; AImtowh: ... 2d to 3d each. . Pumpkins ... Od to la 5d each j .-.Cucumbers.'.. . Id to lidcoch I hggs ; ... lsldto ls'2d doz Poachos. ... ... Id to 2s Ud Itgs ? ... ... ldto tjdoz v Grapes -... ... 3d to Ud lb -owIs.- . ? ... . 3s to 3s (id piiir Ducks . . ... ... 2s Sd pair ? Lncorno:- ? ... £3 lOatou Chaff - £4 10s ton Boggabri

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 — 29 January 1913

It Is tho rosolvo To obtain ibe HhNUINE, .' ANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT whkb will pro enre for you a tcaiedy of sterling value and will protect you from bavinj; yottr' heiUli in juried by one ot the many ;iude oils and so called 'Extracts' whitb ire n-v |iitiucl od by unscrupulouidtfjlers 'Ju»t mi »oo I,' and which are accoidiny to authentic meilica teitimony very depressing to the heart. The GENUINE saNDFR IfiX TRACT i- abso. lutel v non-injurious and hiin^s imtanUneoiu relict in beadacbe, fevers, voids, luti^ and stomach troubles, and itt. great unii^|.tic powets protect fiom future iureciicn. Ulccrst wounds, burns, sprains, arc heated wiiiir.us taflammaliou ? -ANpl£R'.H EXTRACT is endorsed by ihc behest 'medical autlioiiiir. and Ii unique hi its eficctt purity, . ictiiliiHly and; safely, are . its. dlstinuuisUinj; iiu-dities Tbcreforer G« the GENUINE iiANDKRS' EXTRACT— insist If you have lo-l,ui Ktl it end detive the I enefit. ' ''

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 — 29 January 1913

Wool and Produce Report. Tho Sydnoy Wool Solliug lirokors Association, — viz.,— -Australian Alcr cantile, Land andFinatico Co., Limi ted, John Bridge and Co., Limitod, Dalgotty. and Co., Limited, Golds, brough, Mort nnd Co., Limited Harrison, Jones and Dovliu, Ltd, Now Zealand Loan nnd Mercantile Agency Co., Limited, Pastoral Finnnco A/»- I sociation, Limited, Pitt, So»,,»nnd I BadKury, Limited, Scbute,, -Jjoll, nnd r.:« :i~A »n.i Hur. son, Limited, report on January i!5 : — Tho wool market continues buoy ant for medium to good wools, and prices aro very firmly 'maintained. Tho seloction, although indicative of tho approaching end of tho seuson, hns not been unattractivo, as thoro has been a largo proportion of wool from tho New England and sonthorn districts. A good numbor of small unskirtod clips havo bocn indudod. Competition|lms been keen all-round, nnd although tho Continental bnycrs are still most active, every. Beotion has been bidding tip woll, and sales on tho wholo havo po...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Right Time, and Way, to Travel. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

The Right Time, and Way, to Travel. Fow Anfltrnlians, wo tako it, wliother 'natives' or 'adoptcdo,' would cai-o to loavo this grand young Commonwealth for pooil^ Aus tralia is too good a placo to livo in for that. But a - holiday abroad— ft tonr ronnd Britain, or tho 15ast, o» tho Islands ? All ! That's a difforont thing. Onr fatliors and forcfathorH hnd nlrnosfc norforco to atav at botno in tlio old mid-Victorian days — ny . and even moro recently than that. Thou, travoi cost monoy (heapa of it!) nnd was difllcnlt nnd slow, hc fiidos. Wo aro tnorc fortunate. 'NVo Itvo in tho* days of many liners, of linked'Up serviced, of wireless^ of turbines, of clcctrio fans, artistic fittings, pcrfcct ventilation, roomy accommodation, ship laundries, good faro, iced drinks, greatly clicaponed passages. Wo live in tho days of ' world shrinkage.' when ono tnay go round tlio world, if ho will, and havo a splendid time for a- conple of hundred pounds! More, wo livo m tho days when things aro dona f...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Personal;. Wo regret oxcoodlogly -to loarn that Air. Bichard ' Roberts', of tbe Gonnedah ' Advertiser ' ii ao.sori ously ill wifcb chronic rheumatism that ho will bo compelled to forego bin part 111 tbo conduct of that jourual, uud is likely to bo norma utmlly incapbcitalCd fi'oia woVK. :

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 — 29 January 1913

Olomont's Tonic* THE NATURAL BEMKDY TOB WEAK NEBVE9 AND POOH ULOOD. SEND rOB IT AND SECUBE HEALTH. 2l4»r of fbs most Mriout Kern. Stonueh. Lirer, ni KlJfirrdbMM uIm from Uek ufcxre to kffp se (Uitsmcn in food wotkipir un!tr. Tuitons «t oto the ttnod c.ttu«d by the clTcte cutter ffrtneotirif o tie uturil Uiir««live etunnrl*. Th«n w» h**o the nwrnic, debiliUlfJ wttck In our city ittwt*. net} od vonen who a f-w ve«lu before »ppenrtJ r-in»l o '£} jnr» otitfc. How tiuay perroat ia AmtraJf* »ro ron» with ettb montb, bec*u»« of n«t«t, which Us wiled the CUc-uo whkh killed t Anfwitbthe plain duty of *Jlraen and woram to Iwn the (treat htm and btood nrnJidne-CLKUENTS TONIC— tli ran *t hand. Tlie U-.timoor pi^tn to tt tell their 61Suin?*tLe hot inmracr mootl.n ^ n J the th*ofr(n(f ?emi-sulur period* u! antnmn *ml winter la N.3.W., eipcieisllr In th^ far north snd InUntJ dblHctj'. CLEMENTS TONIC Is tho rwJirfne fortheiaded ?rsten. the t'ln-tiotm and irritable ntnc*. It u the symbol of »y»l«uic...

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