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Our Federal Member. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Our Federal Member.: We avo in receipt of a vory ox* haustivo paper from oar Federal mptnbir, Mr. W. F. Webster. It is a very complete biography of our Fedornl representative, a fall account of his stewardship, and contains chapters of adveuturo through drought aud' flood. Liko many other meu who .havo aspired to faino, Mr. Webster ts a self-mado mau, nnd jia tho finest. 6GU80 of tbe word haa risen from tbo ranks. J Air. Webster was bom iu LivurS pool (England),in 18G0. Worked' in Wolsh quarries au a young man, aud came to N.S.W. iu 1879. It was; no sacrifico to h?m to join tho Labor movoment, as all his sympathies woro iu that direction, and if jhis efforts ns a Slate member or a mem ber of tho House of Representatives havo been tho meaus of making the' lot of tho wage earner hotter aud his wago higher, then tho ambition, of his lifo bns boon realisod. No pno acquainted with Mr. WobstorSvoald ovor doubt his siucority. Ho has (lie respect of his political enemies and tho confidence ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Row at the Station. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

A Row at tho Station. This morning a dispute .of some eort occurred nt tho railway station between two bus proprietors, during which Mr. J. Ozanno was knooked dowu, his head striking tho ground with cotitiidcrablo forco. Ho was taken to tho hospital and modically treated, but wo' aro pleased to hear ho is uot Jhooght to bo badly hurt.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. McGOWEN VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

MR. McGOWEN VIEWS. * Mr. McGowou, referring to tlio coQBnro motion passod npon tho Gov* eminent by tho Political Labour Leaguo Conferenco, said ho did not think tho resolutions meant any loss of support to tbo Government from Labour adherents. Tho resolutions merely coufirmcd his opinion that it wonlcl bo moro dignified for Ministers not to. tender explauatious at tho Trades Hall, but to stay away, and allow tho confer ence to take any action it thooght fit.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Heavy Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Heavy Rain. Wcduesday's storm was very patchj*. Tho places visited rccoivcd good falls, varying from half an inch to tliroo and a half. At Wallah, tho storm was vory sovoro, thro© inches of rain foil and did plonty of damage, lloro, tho wind was exceptionally strong, and nt Mr. Scott's placo a chininoy was blown dowu, which, iu falling, did other damage. A groat number of trees woro also nprootod.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

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Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Anniversary Day. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Annlvoraary Day. Wo draw our readors attention to tho coticluding portion of tho article on 'Anniversary Day.' It wilUbo found on pago 1.

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A Nasty Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

A Nasty Accidont. Ou Wednesday afternoon duriug the progress of tho heavy storm a very serious accidont occurred to, Mr. Edward Cruer, one of our local bakers,. It appoars tli it Mr. Creer, who is a heavy man, hud occasion to uscond a ladder fo attend to tho soivoin o rain tank, which had boon blockcd up with leaves, at tlio roar of his home, nud whilo doiug so tho ladder collapsod, pittoipitatittg hint heavily to the ground, which was paved- with brick.' Aa a result ho is now suffering from very serious injures, having slightly dislocated his shouldor, hurting his back, and roc.oiving a vory aevoro wound in his band which came iu contact with a oross*cut saw. necessi tating the insertion of seven stitches. Tho compact with mother oarth ren dorod Mr. Creer uuconscious for quite examining the sawf.fiosb was. taken off sovou of tho tooth. Mr; Greens -suffering acutely from tho result of his accidout and tho loss of blood, and it wiU be some whilo uoforo bo is.about ogaiu, .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

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Difficulty over Land Board Appointment. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Difficulty over Land Board Appointment. ilr. Joun Swan, of Byron station, who t-vns . appointed to tho vacant position on tho luverell Lund Board litis decltued. Swau is a direc tor of tho stock board, and 'a couu-. cillor of the Maclu tyro Shire,' aujl tho conditiutis uf the land board ap pointment woro that ho voliuguish both posts. This ho decliued to do. So fdt* as tho shire council is con cet'ncd, and tho position therefore is again vacant.

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The Late Sir John Robertson. A REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

The Late Sir John Robert son. A ItEMINISOENCE. .Tho currcut mOTOUieni iu Syduuy to prorido tucaus by which tivo gi'ftnd'danghteri) of the lato Kit' John Kobcrlson, from 20 to 35 voaru of ago, rrho wero all boru doaE aud .damb, may bo ht&i-tod iu an industry fiaifced to thpm royivos many tdoriets of the bluff old- Blatcdtuan, Sit' John uobertaon. Uno story of au incident .which happened ou ? tho. Clarence might bonr repotition In 18dl, aftor tho Grafton-GIen Innes railway was thrown out by Parliament, 44 Old 'Jock ' was Bent up by tho Ministry 44 to Bquaro tho blanky Claronco.' Uo mado tho trip in the pilot wteamcr Ajax in company with liis colleague, tho lato John Lackey, and Johu See and John Pnrvos, tho member for tho district. As thoy wero tvll Jacks, it was suggested to tho old mau that tho nntuo of the steamer might ap propriately be ehangod from Ajax to Foar Jacks. 41 Ulootntng good idea,' ftnid Robertson. 44 I'll havo it dons whon wo get back to Sydnoy.'' And tho name...

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Diphtheria at Rod Range. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Diphtheria at Red Ranee. 1 A serious outbreak of diphtheria; has occurred amongst tho chi/dron attouding tho Pahlic School at Red Range, near Glun lnnes. ; A. doctor- examined the children in the school room; and found two of their number suffering from the- disease: The Edu cation Department has refused a re quest to oloso tho school. At amoot ing oftho Severn Sbiro Council- to- day, it was decidcd to reqaest.thede-, partment to' closo tho school forth-, with; also to seud a copy of - fcjio; doctor's report concerning tho' oat--' break. ^

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Bride's Grime During Her Honeymoon. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Bride' 8 Grime During Her ' Honeymoon. 'Mrs. . Freda Hartuiauu Trost, a w©ll*to-do woman of ;j5,. wus con* I victcd at Philadolphia recently of I poisoning her huubaud ou tho nixth day of their houoymoon. Tho cvideucu which established hor guilt was of an extraordinary oharac* . tor. It showod that aha inherited.. ati pa bl ic ? h o d s o fix) in lier lu'st iinsband^' Frederick Hartmanu; whoso twolve year-old daughter stood claBping hor lutnd dnring tho trial. Hartmanu diod eightuuu mouths ago, aud tho authorities exhumed tho body with tho object of ascertaining tho truth of rumors that ho had boen poisoned. Tiib widow is alleged to havo beon infatuated with Edward Gnenkel, hor barmau^ who, four months ago, arranged her marriage with William Trosfc. Bofore tho woddiug tho brido porsuaded tho bridegroom to inako a vril? leaving iter £2000; Thveo days later Trost openly expressed to his frionds his fear of hia wifo, and ho diod. on August I' from a doso of. arsonio admimstevod by her*...

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Injured at Bore Baths. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Injurod at Boro Baths. A voting man named Nash, who is on a visit from Taiuworth, met with a nasty' accidont at tho Moree Boro Baths Thursday morning. Ho. was in tho net of diving into tlio .-water, ?whon another bather swam past. In order to dodge' tho-other-swimmer, Nash divod hiirh and caino- almost straight down. Tho water was 'only three foot deep at this poiut, and iho unlucky young fellow struck hi's head with great force on tho bottom .of tho baths. A gash extending right across tho top of his head was in flicted, and efforts wore speedily, mado to get him out . of tho water. Ho was in a dazed condition.- when brought from the wator, add was im mediately driven away to a doctor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

I LotthoEminontVlorinaOptlcian | _ Tost Your 8l£ht. At. tho very first signs of failing or da* foctivo viaion you should havo your eyes attended to without dolay, Nature's warn* in? comes in many forms. You may havo to nold your paper further away to read in oomfort, or aftor wiring or other close work your oyes may bo tired nod sore. Don't delay. Eyo troubles .taken in timo can ?easily bo corrected. Left too long thoy* will uean^ncreaeed expense, and danger of los ing your sight. Mr. Uaasor, tho eminont Vienna Ophthalmic Optician, will bo in this town orvtiio date mentioned below, and his visit offers an exceptional opportunity of hiring your eyes scientifically and skilfully tested freo of charge, and suitable glasses supplied if necossary. This gentleman has secured high credentials by examination in tho leading optical institutes of Yionaa, i Borlio, Dresden, London and New York. Ho is also u qualified Master of tho British Masters Optical Associations Mr. liassvr makes uo cliar...

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Cross Country Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Cross Oountry Railways., Tho Public Works Committee on Tuesday gnvo further consideration to tho proposal for conucctiug tho railway at Wcrris Creek with Dubbo or Wollingtou. Mr. G. W. Walker, of Lindlcy, Walker nnd Co., grata agents, Sydney, gave ovidcnco in favor of liokiug up tho two main western and northern lines in pre ference to forming two new branch lines. Ho proposed cither routo from Dubbo or from Wellington to Werris Creek, tho mnin idea boiug to con ,nect';Tamworth. hs closely ,as 'possible, with-tho Taruwortfi district. '

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Cure for Stumbling. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Cure for Stumbling. A horaoy mau forwards the follow* iug fur publication : — If a horse stumbles, givo him his food ou tho Moor instead of in tho maugor. Tho position necessarily takon in feeding Htrengtlieus tho muscles of tho knees, and so removes tho causo of the stumbling. A borsa just brought from tho pastures does not stumble. Moruya 44 Times ' tells us withoa t a blush that during ono ot tho scov* ching days last woek 44 tho fiph woro noticod to bo lcaviug the river, seek* ing a shady spot on shore, whoro they wiped tho porspiratiou from their ftyrehoads.' ' ' ' . During this your tivo eclipses aro duo — throo of tho suu (which will not bo visiblo iu Australia), and two of tho moon. Tho latter will be total cclipscs, and will tako placo at 8.12 p.m. ou March aud S.ilO p.m. ou !$eptombor 7th. A Pourith exchange makes a Btroug appeal for tho bolt:— »An eel, weighing About 81b., was caught m tho Basin ou Sauday, and . whon opened it was found ta havo a young brown 8oako mstdo.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Advertising Rates; ? 3a. First Inch. 2s. oaoh additional inoh. »»?**»»»««» Special Ratos for Standing Advertisements.

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THE WORLD-FAMOUS "ALFA-LAVAL" SEPARATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

THE WORLD-FAMOUS. 'ALFA* ? liAVAL' SEPARATORS. ? Tlio demand for tho ' Alfa-Lkval' _' Crea^i ? Separators . during tho past s year . has' beeu ?' tremendous, and at ; times wo havo boon- sorely pressed to supply orders. proraptly in sjriteof . tho faoi that somotimes wo havo had uiio- thousand machines iu stock. : There is npadvortisomont so offectivo as a satisfied customer, aud couso* quently thero , arc fully pne half - million people always proclaiming far audwido.thomoritB of tho 'Alfa* Laval ' Separators. Tho older gouo* . ration- recommend tho ' Alfa*Lavul ' . Separators io.tho youngew ? friouds ? speak to friends, of tho, many good qualities of ihoso. famous maohines, and thus a steady, salo is. always . ? goiug- ou. ' -Tliorb' /tf /probably uo ; pleco of machinery incxiBtonco sold ? Utidor 'bigger guarantee' 'fthau tho 1 ,4v Alfa-Laval-' Cream ^Separator; overy thing which .oxperionco and . skill caii' suggest, ';ahd.'roonoy can - procuro, -is brought , to - beai*' in tho ?...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Anniversary Day. Continued From Last Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Anniversary Day. I ^Contributed (By W.H.Y.) Continuod From Last Issue. This romoval would /have taken placo tho morning- following Ma do* . nurture, i.o., Thursday, but at day light thoy woro surprised by. the appenmuco of two strange ships in tho offing. It is not cosy from any! one autbomy to bo certain of the ox* act dates and days, bat it would op* pear that Phillip arrived in Port ' Jackson is tho aftornoon, perhaps, of Alonday, January 21st, and explored the harbor on that afternoon— on tho whole of Tuesday, 22nd, and roturncd to Botany Bay ou tho ovoning of tho 23rd, Wednesday. It was on tho Thursday morning at daylight that tho two ahipfl~werc scon to tho south of tho heads at Botany Bay, bat they woro drivon further southward by a strong leo carront, and woro not ablo to ontor Botany Bay antil Saturday morning. In consequence of tho op* pcnrance of tho two ships tho fleet did not sail on tho Thursday, but waited until tho mystery of tho two ships was .cleared up. If tho sea...

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