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Government Censured. OVER NEWCASTLE IRON WORKS MATTER. STORMY SCENES AT THE TRADES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Government Censured. OVER NEWCASTLE IRON WORKS MATl'ER. STORMY SCENES AT THE TRADES HALL. Tho aunnnl conferenco of tlio Polit ical Labour Leagues of tbo Stato opened at tho Trades JIall, Sydney, ou Monday. A motion was carried to exclude tho press. Tho proceedings wero very stormy, and tho Labonr Government came in furmnch violont criticism. Ministers and members of tho patty wero pro- [ sent, and defended tho Government vigorously. A ro.-olution calling on the Government to resign, moved by a Broken Hill dolegato, was easily defeated after a characteristically fighting speech by Mr. GriUiths, Minister for Works. Anothor resolution ceusnring tho Government for its Legislative Coun cil appointments was earned. On Tuesday thoro wero more i fttormv scenes ovor tho Newcastle Ironwoikrt Bill, nnd the following motion was carried by lOt votes to 4i.\ notivi'.listnnding f-pceches in de fence of tlio Government by -Mr. G. Black, M.L.A., nud Mr. McGawen, tho Premier : — ♦?That this conferenc...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Fire Chief. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

The New Fire Chief. SYDNEY, Frdny. Deputy Chief Officer Sparkes has boon rccommcndod to succecd lato Soperintendaut Webb as firo brigade chief.

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

LATER. I ' SYDNEY, Friday. ?Furthor particulars of tho railway accidont at Toowoomba show that fivo men wero killod. Sovcral of tho vic tims woro pinned undor tho brokon woodwork for houra boforo thoy could bo roleasod. Morphia was ad ministered to them as thoy lay to caso their pain.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. Queensland Disaster. DOUBLE RAILWAY SMASH. FOUR workmen killed. stock train over embankment, sydney, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Telegrams. Queensland Disaster. ? DOUBLE KAILWAY SMASH. FOUK WORKMEN KILLED. STOCK TRAIN OVElt EMUAKKMKNT SYDNEY, 1'huraday Niuht. A serious railway accidont occurred near Toowoombo, CJueonalnnd, nt midnight. A 'stock train was d-rnilod ana 17 vans noro prccipated over an cinbankwont. Six ballocka woro killed instantly and tunny othore injured/ A breakdown gang commenced to uloar tho wreckage, nnd whilo doing to a special trnln, consisting of a number of empty wacgons, crashed into thuni. lour workuion wero killod and aovoral othora injured. Modical mon aud an nuibuhuico havo boon despatched from Toowoomdj. Furthor details of tho accident an) not yottohand. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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18,000 Acres Resumed. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

18,000 Acres Resumed. ' SYDNEY, Friday. Scrub leases comprising IS, 000a., ?near Bogau Gato, have beonocqnircd by tho Government for settlement.

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An Education Conference. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

An Education Conference. :? SYDNEY, Friday. ? An educatiofl .conference . will bo -hold, to discuss the 'difficulties in the organisation .of the now superior publio school. , , x The Board . pointed out that tho . deachers'. .work; wn« not going to bo judged by. attendance, but. by results.

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The Japanese Visitors. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

The Japanese Visitors. -MELBOURNE. Friday. Tho Admiral Jopaneso squadron now ill Melbourne, said Japan was always. anxious to enjoy the friend ship of the Anglo-Saxon people.

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A Mining Deal. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

A Mining Deal. * : : SYDSEl', 1'ii.Uy. Moliut Oxido'nlinrtjial boon bought ? ' by English capitalists. i,M»W p.v.y, mi lv £ 1 50,000 - working capital, .« Wl« tesicU.-. ---

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Our New Governor. RELIGIOUS VIEWS WILL NOT PENALISE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Our New Governor. RELIGIOUS VIEWS WILL NOT - PENALISE. SYDNEY. Friday. ' Griffith'referring to the rpceut jirotest: agaiust . Sir GoraM. Strick land's appointmont an Qovoinor ,o New South Wales, said « every mora bor of tho presout Government \vouia ? ratlior rosjgn bis poBttion rather than ponahso any man whothor ho be u ? nor or G6vornor'fl footraan.on account oMus religions opinions.' (

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Charge Against a Cleric. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Charge Against a Cleric. PEIITH, I'-nduy. Au-' inquiry liaa booh opoiiod at I'ortli, Woat .Australia, into certain charges against Canon. Grcatorox, of St. John's Ulml-ch, Fiujarrali, ntudo . by the pareuts of four girls who at touded Ins .coulirmatipu class Just year Tho prosa woro oxcludod.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cabinet Changes. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

: Cabinet Changes. - , MHMmKRNE. Friday. - Tlio Victorian- Cabinet has boon, re-constructod. ?' Sii-'Aloxandor Pea cock-becomes Minister for Edutatiou.

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Better Schooling Facilities. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Better Schooling Facilities. SYDNEY, Friday. Tho A.W.U. Confcrenco decidcd to approach tlio Stato Government with regard to what it terms ' ineffective schooling facilities for cliildron of stution employees,'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trapped on the Railway Line. ENGINE CRASHES INTO HORSE AND SULKY. TERRIBLE DEATH OF SCONE RESIDENT. SCONE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Trapped on the Railway Line. 13NGINE CRASHES INTO HORSE - . AND SULKY. -TERRIBLE DEATH OF SCONE RESIDENT. . % - SCONE, Thursday. . A shocking railway fatality oc curred at Wirnron last oveuing, ?whereby a ' well-known and popular ?resident' of Sco'no, Mr. Thouios O'Brien, lost bin lifo, tho sad affair dinting quite. a gloom over tho towu. DeceuKud was a succoasful roan in Miook doaiintr. and lio owned a lead j ing butchery business. 1 J-ator; particulars of tho ^fatality jl bIiow that deceaseds was driving in n * sulky from Wingou to his lionic at I l'arkvillo and gob into tho railway 3 crossing as tho aiternoou passenger * train going north was approaching. Tho gatckgepor ran out to closo tho '? gates. Thus trapped tho .horso turned its head to tho north and tho ongino struok Sir. O'Brien on the back, ho being thrown on to tho nlutlorm of tho engine and rcniaimug there till tho ongino was pulled up a few chaius further on. Mr. O Brion sustained gashes on tho head and in juries to t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Coming Campaign. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

The Coming Campaign. ' SYDNEY, Friday. ' ' ' Tbo organisation of the Federal forces for tbo .elections nre^now pro-, cooding on eystomatio lines.

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Commonwealth Naval Dock SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Commonwealth Naval Dock, SYDNEY, Friday. Tho valuation at which tho Com * - mouwcalth Government will tako over tho Fitzroy Dock fur tho Naval purposes -vill probably bo £1,000, 000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Licensing Court. Boforo Slossrs. A. O. Butler, L.M., II. Tj. Waljcor aud Dr. do Lopcr vauclio, J'fl.P., on Thursday, an intorostiug caso was adjudicatti upon. Mr. S. H. Cunningham, liccneeo of tho Imperial Hotel, was called upon to show canso wliy his liccnso for his hotel should not bo caiicolled. It being contended that ho failed to maintain such licensor premises in nccordanco with tho provisions of tho Liquor Act, and holding a temporary pernyt, ho romovod into tho now promises beforo tho- accommodation was equal to that roquirod by tho Liquor Act pf 1693. Sir. Potts, who appoarod for Mr. Cunningham, aaked for a postpone ment, in ordor to givo tho applicant an opportunity of completing his promises. Tho- Bench pointod out thafc in viow of tho fact that on tho Gth January tho liconseo had not thon acquired tho roquircd accommodation whcu inspected by tho Inspector, and unless ovidonco could, bo adduced to show that ho had, thoro was no othor course open to tho Bench bnt to can ce...

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Police Court. ALLEGED HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Police Court. ALLEGED HORSE STEALING. | lleforo Mr. A. 0. Butler, P.M., on Thursday morning, James Joseph Woods, a carrier, on bail, was charged with stealing ono bay colt, unbrnnded, tho property of Karem&li, at Wallau near Garab botw'eeu tho 5th aud 15th Dccombor, 1922. Mr. McDonald appcarod for accus ed. Constable Blowos deposed : About 1 p.tn, ou tho 20th inst , from some thing I was told in company with an Indian named Karomeli, I went to accused's pluco at Ballawa Creok, and saw an unbranded bay colt lying in a Bhcd. I said to Woods ' Is this your colt?' ho said 'Yes, I bred him, I have tho dam with my team at Moroo.' I thon called Karomeli and said in tho presence of tho ac cused ' Do you know this colt ?' and after oxamiuing tho colt ho said 'Yes ho is my colt, . I give this man in charge (poiuting to Wood) for steal ing it.' I thon nrrestod Woods' for stealing tho colt*. Accnsed said ' All right wait till I get ray coat and I'll go with you.' I brought him to' Narra...

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

omryoao to- laoW; tlit - -0ir uonoy wmgoforthorat Krohn'». Wh» f ' Bsrauso tho prioM am' tliu lo wS t ' in t^ Footwoiirllao. -OfporiU) tho Post pace..

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Splendid Rainfall at Inverell. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Splendid Rainfall at Invoroll.. : v At Xnvcrc.ll on Wednesday aftor- ' «-oon n tereiflo Just htorm waa tlis ; preoui-aor to a hoavyfnll of. Tam,^ : companiod by a few hoavy: thunder ' ? ^ olaps nud vivid liglituing- that tcm- - porardy affectod tbo town's electrical j . P01D'8 of l-aill Ivors ra. }m wU bo »gw«f bttiirt Mi the .district, and particularly lii tli'j Sfaaa and torn crops, wliioli wore bb-» S!* dry spoil: : Tlio .. tall in worth almoBt.auythioff :to: the corn growore. . . ' ' M

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Telegrams. Homebush Markets. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

Telegrams. Homebush Markets. SYDNEY, Thurnday night. Cattle : Yardcil 4000. Tho roar /kot was 10s to 15s lowor. Best bcof 28s por 1001b, sccond quality 25s, iuferior 20h. IJq Hocks JEO to £10 10s, cows £3 to £7 10h. Shcop : Penned 62,000. Tho mar kot was Gd lower. Wothors 7s Gd to 18s, owes Gs Gd to 15b Gd.

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