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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

You should/bear' in mlncf;' That by using tbe commercial eucilj tM oil»; .which nnw U fraupht up at Od per Ik'weiylicd. jnd botilol, aud on account ot tbe' large pio-' fil pihbed, yod'ire exposing -Ou:ielf to all the' (lancets in which the uw ol lurpenlitie will p »e -vu s irrigation of lidue- j intestinal I tiaci ami nucous meinbpinc*. Bv 1'iiistfne on thr GiiNUINE SANOL'R EUCT.AYLTI KXTKACT you nut only avoid ihe&e pitfalls, but you bate a stiinulmiii^ safe and efLtftfw medicament, tbe icsull of a 5iK-cia! and cate-' fi'l manufacture. A tiial wtll at once con vince. Quality in small dose »li»tlnguis^e^{ it fiojj ibe bulky and dangerous rrnducK Remember SAN DhKb' J'.XI'RAUf tm bodies 'the result of 50 yrara' i x|te ientc aud ?iwdal study an I it does what ij prumi-cd ; it heals and cures without injuring, ibe ion ?tilution. as Ibe oils 011 tbe market ficciuciitly llierefore, piolcct yoursslf by u-j .ctiiiij uH olbei bund*. bANLiKKS hXTKACT pw»eMe« cnuli\-e poueia f)cculiarl...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Old Man's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

An Old Man's Funeral. At the fauoral of Air. Dorau, aged 85, who was drowned iu Mallacoota Lakes, near tho N.S.W. bordor, a fow bays ago, through tho overturn ing of a boat, tho service for tho dead was couducted by a clergyman from the Cauu Elver, who was ouo of - a party of tourists at Alallacoota at the timo of the accident. A servico was hnlcl nfc thn dofpncn.1V . to tbo removal of tho body to the' grave, and tho only music avnilablo iu that isulatcd spot was a phono | graph bolonging to a tourist, tho re cords ' Abido With Ale ' aud ' Itock of Ages 'being produced. Tlio cofliu was constructed from tbo reutaitis'of att old boat, which was decaying ou the shores of tho lako. Tho body was boruo to the grave by four old friends of tho deceased, the mourners including a Alarist Brother, who wus holiday-making at Mallacoo'taC*.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

; . GIVES INSTANT RBLtEB. . ?« Fornix:- yoara. I hwroheea aBufforor writwMr, E. 0.: Phll»a.;Jh»{. ? tbn^B.X.%,,bqt'now-'whcu I got thw , ;A' tacks l':tiVo- 'CKaibborlain a ' Coljj » ?-! * V Dkrrh®* Homody aml find tUat .? ' mo ioatant- rtUof. - ' -I'can conQdontl- ro . commend ;it-aftWWI»Vor ? otlior. « Well ? lomplalntai two or Mine iIoim mll gHO, . \ustant*pU«f.' :

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Workers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Tho Australian Workers' Union. The ballot on tho question of the proposed amalgamation of tho Aus tralian Workers' Union has been car ried by n very substantial majority, and tbo wholo scopo of the A.W.U. will bo changcd. Instead of dealing with ' any person engaged in pastoral work,' tho scheme proposes to take in any bona-fido worker engaged in any of tho following industries or callings: Pastoral, agricultural, viti culture!, horticultural, fruit-growing, sugar-growiug, cano-cutting, milling and refilling, rabbit-trapping, carry ing, meat preserving and meat trade ; generally, road-making, and all kinds j of geuoral labor. . - I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

' A-lwa^s S00111.S I - Tlaere Are; Varlows ©f filooBiiiBig Bitslmcss. Some stores i!u it by a big sale oconsioimlly, add boom thoif bnainess just as, long ns. rlie salo is on. , Some do it by selling one Hue at a time clicap— thu'y boom only tlmt lino just as long as it is cheap.' . Wo boom bur business nil the time' and in quito another, way. Wo don't wait' for sales, we don't'sell only. oub. line at a time at a out . rate, ami every other at very bij*h jjrice.s. , Wu bell every Hue : at bedrock prices always,. jwd . lmom our business all the time. We don't ei-ro what i^ia— wiietlicf'it'a » box of' ? matches or a enso of jam— you jwon't get the smio goods anywhere else at a lower rate. And qualities do not sulfur at our hands while the prices (I'. m ???????. ?il 111. I.. .1 ,11. ii i il. 1 1 ... .1 J-l B)' ' . L _..u I.IU..H — AVu sell tip-tup goods at low-down prices bucauso wo buy to advantage and can afford to take small protits. We know that we sell quickly uiid yery.small prof...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Beecham's Pills. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Boecham's Pills. Oil Thursday, beforo tbocommitteo of tho House of Commons (London) investigating tho mauufacturo ^of patent medicines, Sir Joseph Bco cham said that tho book called 4 Socret Remedies ' did not disWolfl, all the ingredients of his pills. /.Sir Joseph Beeolmm said tbat 1,000,000 pills wero manufuoturcd daily, and' these weighed 50 tons. A sum of £100,000 was spent annually in ad vertising.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Unionist v. Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Unionist v, Doctor. Wc take tlio followiujj fivm tho ' Walgett Spectator's ' i-epoi t.of tlio . annual hospital mooting, appearing iu lout Thursday's i«i»uc. Latt itt tlio paid organiser of tho AiAV.U iu tho Walgott distinct, dvuuinjj it very excellent nalai-y : — . . ?yVltcu tho appointmcut of .Mcdica) Officor^ aimcs. bofoi'tr. tho. -nitutiug jit notico of motion tendered tiy MiCC. Last camo on for diitcuKsion. . 'That it bo u direction Jo the Cuniniittco that application be c ailed for tho position of Moilical Ollicornt a aaiaiy oi a-iuu per uuuuui. jiwi h also bo poiutod out that this district offers ono of tho largest uutuido pVHC- ticcu in tlio State.' Mr. Last: 1 want you to view thin matter from au impei'Bonal Bland* poiut. You know tho etutc oC tlio finances, and something must bo uono to improve tuetn. i oolicvo in starting at tho top. and that ia why I am advocating a reduction in tho Medical Officer's snlary. Iu uiauy places tho Doctors giro their eorviccs eithor in an ho...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reviews of Reviews. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Reviews of Roviows* Tbo Iloviow of Heviows for. tho current month is to hand, aud con tains somo very interesting reading Under tho heading of tho ' Progress of tho World ' tho Balkau situation is dealt with vory clearly, tho wholo ! position being put to tho rcador in a 1 most entertaining manner. Uuder tho head 'Tho Genesis of a Great story of tho Balkau Leaguo in very vivid language. Tho number con* tains somo very interesting maps and is profusely illustrated whh cartoons and portraits of tho principals in tbe Balkan question.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

MAKE UIM FKEIi YOUJCU. 't had i»ainsiutlio clicsi 'uud sUiuiucli , /?' . '1. wliJch tho doctor osld «urc Juu to iudieifc- '*? ; tion,' vritoe Mr. E Hcalev, feadiller, . ? - . . - :~r Hauilmu. N.1C. ' Aa hi- moOfcino did un-. , ? ito mdl was advised to trj'ClwmbcrliUn'rf ramots.'anddid so. . t got iuuuedlatc rer ' lie! aud am now never without a botjle iu \ ' v. my rooui. I aw n xcry joan/hiit 1 \ Cbaiulwrlidu a TahloU- luuktfhio feol well Rn«l joung.' » . ..7

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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The Late Mr. McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Tho Lato Mr. McDonald. Tbo remains of Mr. W. McDonald, who recently passed away at Aferry winobonc, were laid to rest last San day in tho K.C. portiou of tho Armi dale Cathedral. Prior to tho intor ment, tho burial sorvico was con dncted in tbe Cathedral by tbo. Vory Rev. Dean Tobin, this boing tho first occasion upon which the new cdifico wns used for such a purpose. Air. Ilaiily, of Narrabri, conductod tho funcrnl arrangements, and uscd^suc ccsdfully bis new patent composition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

? ?-. ? PUBLIC NOTICE. ? ????- ????? ' I?-.' '' ' $ - ' i r 'C~ ^ j ' Reducing sUsS .^jUL. !H!s 3IE& IN THE Drapery 5 Boot Departments EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. SEE SHOW WINDOWS. No. 1. Front Drapery Window. Showing Wliito' Blouses, Is lid. Skirts, Costumes, .Hats. All Absolutely Now Goods. Practically half price. ?00 Blouse Pieces going, for Is eacli. Special Stock of Dress Remnants, ,half price. No. 2 Window. Sido Entrance. Fancy Dolls at Gd. Sot Bat and Ball, la 3d. Dress Hampers, 2s Talcum Powder, Gd. Largo Sponges, 5d No. 3 Window. Side Entrance. About 200 sample Bor . salino and Dux Felt Hats. Gent's size, to 7, all at r 5s. each. About 7 5 Fnshicn Shirts at 2s .each. No. 1 Window. Side Entrance. 30 Pieces of Linoleum. 2 yards wide at 2s lid yard No. 5 Window. Boot Department, [showing up-to dato Boots anil Shoes. Varied assortment. Some Special Cut Lines. All Now Stock. DANIEL WARD, Barry & Stafford's Corner, Narrabri P....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Subscription ; IN ADVANOK i i . ' £1 per annum. ..... BOOKED : 09. por quarter, or 249. por year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

?Advertising Rates; 39. First Inch. 2a. oaoh additional Inch. ? - *********** Special Rates for Standing Advertisements.

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Official. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Official. ? Mr. Geo.55laoV,\M.L.Ai, sonds us tho following list of fixtures of a pro . ' posed toarr whiclris tobonndortakon bythp Parliamfoiilary Standing Cora mittco ou% I'ublio 'Works, of. inquiry - into tlio 'proposed railways Craboon to Cool ah, Coonabarabran to Barren ? Junction, Cross-country. (Coonamblo to -Narrabri), Gilgandra to Quam bono, Warren to Quambono. . Tho party leavos Sydney for Craboon at U.OU p.m. . 0)1 ora rooruury, uu«r ? -working rouud the various routes to bo inspectod, tho'party leaves Coona barahran at .8 pan. -on Saturday, February - tith,' for Uaradino. ' whcro *thoy will tako.ovidonco.on tho Coon . abrau-Bumm Junction- railway. ?'Thoyioavo hero for' Coonamblo, ? whoro tlioy will takofurtliorovidouco '» on tho Coonabarabrau-Burron June* tion proposal -and tho Coouamblo* . Narrabri -' alternative to tho cross* ' country linos proposal. Tho tour will end ou Friday, 21st, when tho party reaobos Sydnoy again after ? -what promises to bo a vory strenuous tri...

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J. D. Williams Co. ALLEGED FORGERY. CHARGE AGAINST EX-EMPLOYEE. MATTER OF 40,000 SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

J, D. Williams Go. . ?; ' ALMJGBD'FpilGKUV. . CHAKGEAGAINST KXKM ? . iVAiTEii^pp'4o;ooo shakes. V Thero was considerable oxcitsmont ?iu financial circles ' yestorday owing to' a report that a warrant for alleged ? forger/ had - be on issued against , an.cx-official belonging to tho Greater J, 0. -Williams Company, involving . somo 40,000 shares. Tho subscribed ? capital of tbo company is £lS0,lj06, so that tho ordor for tho script which is 'alleged vto havo beon forged re. presente nearly .ono-foorth of tho i total. i ' This incident came upon tho Com . 'pany at a critical time, according to' ouo of'tho directors, H. Y. Russell, 'Mho last oxplainod that the launch- I iug of so much script on tho matket! imtnraJly loaded in tho direction of a j slump, 'especially when tho bears had j been at work pulling down with all' their might for somo timo past. But | ho fays tho company will' survivo . (hc.co troubles. Ho admits -that 'tho , position will need careful handling during tho next d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

' WANTED ? r WANTED.— A LAUNDRE8S. Apply, ? CLUB HOUSE HOTEL. ? ? ' ' \ PUBLIC NOTIOIS. VACANCIES for BOARDERS at MB8 . NESBITT'S Boarding Houso.'Nan-' ' dowar-street, Opp. Convont School. 1 ,r - ? AGISTMENT.— Vacancies forahout 100 '??? Head Horses ,or Cattlo on agist* ' ment.: Good grass and wator. A. CH101C ' Torry-Hio-Hio.1 . For Sale Cheap. ':? McK AY Doublo Furrow Disc PLOUGH;' ? Apply, J. E. A. CLACK, near Now towuBridgo. . : Lost, a Bunoh of Key9. EDWARD QUEST, Town Clark Narrabrij Jsn.-28, 1018.-. ? St. Cyprian's Church, Narrabri. N® 'SlJS ¥ ?tsi?1''' 6'en that tho AN - ' NUAL MEEliNG of tho abovii will bo hold in the SCHOOL OF ' EtTARV1ilP?SoDAY KVJi^INQ, FEB- -? RUARY^tb, at 8 0 clock, for tho purposo th® and Balance Shwt ' ' V for the year, coding Decombsr 3lst/l0l2, ' and also for tho Election of Two' Church * bH Parochial , Councillors, and rhreo Parochial Nominators fortheensu ^n0! * Nominations for those positions will bo rocoivod in writihtr to. -''1 ' ' Bother with...

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A Productive Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

A Productlvo Estate. Tho total number of cattlo fatten ed and sold of! the Into Tho3. Cooko's ' Tnrnvillo KsUite,' Scone, during 101*2, was 15040 bead, compHsing bullocks, cow h, ami vealcrs, a*d tbo average per head obtaiocd fot tho number was 10s 7d. Ab tho total area of the Estato is under 7300 acres, it shows tho wonderful fattening qualities of tbo land. Tho hnndliug nnd selling of tho stock was in tbo hands of Messrs. Badgcry Brothers, Stock Salesmon, Sydnoy.

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Anniversary Day. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

( Anniversary Day. \ . (Contributed.) [Br W.II.Y.] ' H - \ Tho return of tlto groat Natioual j* Annivorsnry Day of AuBtrnlia — Janu- 2 ary 20th — which has boon celebrated ^ .with fiO much public enthusiasm and uuammous rejoicing for more than a coatury spalls upon Australians onco r; inoro to tccogntso ita iroportniicof.and *« bo thoroughly and accurately - ac w (jnuiuifu WW Uiu uireuiusHinccH w: which havo led to its annual eolo -K bratian. Tha distinguishing ovcut vr,: whioh, perhaps, for moro tliau 00 x? years, has been tlio chief ? attraction ^ for tho people of Sydney, aud indeed ^ tho wholo of tho colony, hns boon v.: tho Anuivorsary Day rogatta, hold in l'ort Jackson. This has alwnyB been a most appropriate demonstration of v, tho National gratitude for the gift of '?* tho magniBcicut harbour o! Sydney, and is associated with tho great ovont of its disco vory which it colobrates, and tho arrival of tho founders of tho colony. Thero is a great amount of confasion existing in ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Promotions. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Promotions. Iu tho Postal Dopartmont two of tho younger mombors of tho staff havo received well earned promotions. Master J. Madden, who is a capable youngolliccr, has boon promoted as postal assiNtant at Hamilton,' New- castle, witl bo a Ions to tho local ofllco, and Atastor E.S. Byn\e«, senior tncs songer lias been promoted to postal assistant at Morcc.

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Cricket. NARRABRI V. MURRURUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 29 January 1913

Cricket. NAHHABRI V. MUHRURtJNDL These teams met on Collins Park on ilonday (Anniversary Day). Dc spito tho sultry wenthor conditionp, tho players appeared to havo enjoyed tho gaiuo. After n keen htrugglo, tho match tormipatcd in a draw, an tho result of tlio Mnrrnrutidi playotn having td Icavo early to catch tho train. When play coaled, tho local lads roquired 60 runs, and had four wickots in hand, aud fully an hour loft for play, so that tho finish would probably havo been vory oxciting. But tho railway authorities would not hold back tho tiain, nndthegamo onded as stated. Tho visitors went to tho wickots first and dofied tho local bowlers to dismiss thom until thoy roachod 187. Of this total, Wcnholtz was rcspon- 1 siblo for 76, mado by good, steady cricket, and which included sovcti Tourers. Dooley was another bats- 1 man that gavo tho bowlors and fields men somo. trouble in compiling 40. j Bryant (19) aud Pand (18) also | helped to swell tho total. Reg. Dean j was tho most succ...

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