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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 31 January 1913

. So far as is known of tho Tasraan lan oleotions, tho parties will again be. about' equal, and probably the samo unsatisfactory stato of affairs will be reverted to as existed before bho elections — tho - parties being ibout equal. . 1'alk about tbo irony of Fato ! Tho winner of a prizo of £G0,0Q0 iu'tbo; Gfoveruraeut Art Uniou at Rome wa^ poor Dago laborer who wa'sshofc in'an. attempt to rush tho boats ou tbo ill fated . Titanic, and took - his tiokot with.him iuto the iuy-doptbs. *

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Giving the Bride Away. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Giving tha Brida Away. In Gathalio weddings re ported in tho daily papeis we often read 'tint ?' the bride was given away.' NW, the phraso is tforso than ono of ihose meaniDgless ones which people slip into who send such notices to journals, for it is copied from tho melhods of non-Catholio bodies. In the Catholic Church no one ' gives the bride away.' It is part of the Anglican service, and pro bably is included in some of the Honcomrormists practices. But it is rapidly becoming meaningless oven there, be cause nowadays, owing to the prevalence of divorce the bride is- seldom ' given away ' She is only lent. The practice, indeed, has its drawbacks. Some time ago in a Padding ton Church tlio parson came to the question : ' Who gives this woman away J' Owing to some misunderstanding there was no lvsponse. 'Is there, no one who will give her away?' asked the parson, plaintively. ' I could if 1 wished,'' whisper ed a wag at tho roar, to the amusement of the whole party, but I promised ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Items of interest. A fierce wirldwind at Mud geo frightened a horse attached to a sulky, in which a lady and' child, were seated. The animal bolted, but was op portunely stopped by a young man. In tlio meantime a handbag had dropper) ou; of the sulky and had opened. One ten pound note and three ono pound notes, as well as gold and silver, fell out. I lie notes wern carried by the whirlwind over the adjoining properties, and only one one pound note was recovered A few months _ago the Gov ment ifib^le^'Oit^Gandj^i' Hospi^ljLgjtit.m^gtpTace.all reside^ reijBtaJjlq., medical men ojj.tlig^moryTiist, The committee jepucd that tho ap. pointment- fqiy~the. year had been made,' and that nothing could bp. done. Tbo government intimated that' if' its ^instructions wero not carricd out 'this year the subsidy would bg, withheld. At . the annual meeting of subscribers^ last week, the ^hole jbT'flljjj committee,' with one exception, refused to again take office. The result was that no, ooui luitte...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Newcastle Fat Stock Market, Fat Cattle.— The yarding was heavy with bullocks of all classes iii strong roprcseutatiou. Tho atteud utico was fair but no great iucliyatioii to onoraio was shown bv buyers, aud tho market closed woaker, j with medium and inferior vory doll of sale. A. A. Coy's draft of 45 - bul locks sold to £11 7s and avdruged £10 7s 7d, aud A. C. F. Mpnro's light bnllooks to £8 8s averaging £8 0s7d. ! Fat sheep. — A moderate supply forward to a fair muster of buyers. Good. to prirao crossbred* preponder ated. Competition for this class was strong with medium aud iuferidr not quito so much iu request. Takpn all ! round tho market was iirm values'; being inucb in advance of last jtveoksj, sales. A. A. Coy's crossbred pother hoggets sold to 17s averaging 15s 3d; crossbred owe hoggets I4s 2d, cross? bred lambs 13d, Gilders crossbred wethers to 17b -id, moriuos to 13s Id, Doolana light merinos Us.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Balkan War Resumed. ARMISTICE TERMINATED. PORTE'S FRESH PORPOSALS UNACCEPTABLE. ADRIANOPLE AND AEGEAN ISLANDS MUST BE CEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Balkan War Resumed. ARMISTICE TERMINATED. I'ORTE'S KRHSII I'OIU'OSALS UNACCEPTABLE. ADRIANOPLE AND AEGEAN ISLANDS MUST BE CEDED. M. DnncfT, on bt Imlf ol Bui gnrin, states that thu nmv Tur kish proposals are unncccpt ablo Adriano]ilo and the Aegean Inlands must bo ceded.; It is estimated that only 20 per cent of tho Turkish army j is favorable to tho Uovern lncnt The allies havo uikcn decided action in regard to tiieresump' tion of hospitalities It is announced that tho ar-. mistier his terminated as from 7 o'clock on Saturday night. Tho Porte's reply to tho Powers Note consents to the dismantling of .Adrianoplo and asks the Powers to decido as' to tho disposal of tho territory on tho.right bank of tho Mar itsa and to settlo the form of administration to bo adopted over tho Aegean Island.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Wool Market Report. (P.F.A. Association, Ltd., roport.) At our salo on Wednesday wo sub mitted an attraotivo catalogue of over 6,000 bales, wbiob commanded tho close attontion of a fall majrtfi' of bnyers. Our auction wai ohtracter so l by very animated competition, aud un der a keen onqniry from nil sections of | tho trado wo affected highly satisfac- . toiy clearances at ratos equal to tho best prices curront at oar last sales.' Whilo tho bulk of our offorings wero mado up of greasy wools, we iucludod soveral lines of scourods of various qualities, ovory lot of ^whioh was readily oloarcd at very full rates. Included among others wore somo vory fino quality clips from New England, which woro in strong ro quest, selling to 14}d, which tignre wo obtained for the leading lino of CRB-W brand. This wool opened up showing fino quality, bright and in good ordor, whilo numerous clips sold nt I2|d to I3|d. Skirtings and lower qualities generally continuo in very strong request nt high figur...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN HOSTILITIES START. NEXT MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

WHEN HOSTILITIES START. NEXT MONDAY EVENING. It is announced at Sofia that hostilities will bo resumed by tho. Bulgarians next Monday bvoniug. An order has been issued debarrin™ newspaper corres pondents from accompanying tho army. Tho 11 Times ' siys the severe reprobation of the civil ised world will fall upon the belligerents if thoy again plunge Europe into war o'or questions o' vanity.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
F. and S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

F. and S. Association. On Friday last a mooting of tho delegates to tho Namoi District Coun cil of tho F. and S. Association was held in tho Weo Waa School of Arts, and tho following delegates wero present: — Messrs. L. Bronnau and P. Brown (Weo Waa), W. McCluitock and J. McClmtook (Yarno Lake), J. ; Slack-smith and Pholps (Pilliga), T. j J. Flemiug and G. Wnito (Baan Baa) j and J. Brown, Socrotary. _ I On tho motion of Mr. White, seconded by Mr. J. McClintock, it was docidcd that tho Couucil call for j nominations for a country party j candidate. On the motion of Mr. T. J. Flem ing, it was decided to insert adver tisements in papers published in nil towns in tho Namoi Electorate, call ing for nominations. Such uomiua tions to bo duly endorsed, nnd in tho bands of tho Secretary beforo tho 1st Marcl]. Mr. Slack-Smith seconded.

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 — 3 February 1913

' l'VUUO MVI U'V.. ? ? ? ? Jfoilow the Crowd 'to the GREAT . SALE AT Weale's Cash Store New Wheat! New Wheat! To Wheat Growers If you have not secured the best Prices*, iu tlio jmat, write to ; L1IDLEY WALKER AND COY.,. MarK Lane. Sydney. ? RcffnrJini: vour now crop. Tl.oy nro admittedly tbo loadinR Wboat Salon men of tho State, with the btaifest local and Shipping oonncetton. Freo Slon,™ ruul Lilierol ran bo nr,nnRod. Sh,re8 Darli„S Island and Citr. Komomboi— Hi«lit5t I'rtV™. Lowest Charge** ? ? ? s & § UN III Eve,ythin* Reduce4 - — - 10 per cent - ? ? ^ off . overy thing. | Good-bye- to-the-Builderf ? . ; . . ? ? 8 ? ? W/E have been in t]i£ Build^r'sthaijdslf^f1|t|»-p^5^UXf|,,i® ' months. Now J'ftSP' l° cleiir Stocks Io make way, for spe^i^I K orders .. PjftfrP^ 1 . go into the New Building^ , Everything has been refju^edj at.j 1 c a !(\; per, ccpt;, or 2/r in the £ off evciylhifi^, ' %\X- %Sr '? everything for Mens and ami 'TOP)!#. '''S. f ' . summertime hoi weather is oi...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Regulation under the Post and Telegraph Act. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Regulation undor tho Post and Telegraph Act.*'* Tolegrams and postal articles pent by post and addressed to any peiaon at any inn, hotel, or at any lodging* houso, or at any honao at \*hich lod gers aro received, and dolivored to tho manager or occupior thereof, if not dolivored to the addresses within ooo month after receipt, mn.-*t, union* instruction to tho contrary bo received from tho addro.«soo, bo rctnrqed to a postman or to tho nearest post office, nnd bo thence transmitted in due courso to tho Genoral Post Office. Any ownor, occupier, or managor of each inn, hotel, etc., who tvilfully neglocts to return such telegrams, or postal articles is liable to 'a penalty not exceeding £5.

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 — 3 February 1913

PUBLIC HO?i0K. ? ? I I,, ? — pwr«i»wKBIBnBH.'g ' . v «... nnMniin mtT ha coosoUod at tbs I 'IK. « A RASSEIt,* Tho u^' i?QV'^y Kcbroary '.Utb. . B CLUn UUDSE nt)lbL. NaKRABM. oo hu« 'ai, / a Visit I » Mr. Basher, B v.: And HhVo Your Eyes Teatod I ' ' ' — Freo. — ''1 ' | C if your Eyc« easily llro .nd throb, if ' * ---, !,' '.'I vr f\P \ » you l.iTO con-l»t)t lieiii.cHn, it Joar I - eight at limns bccomct blurred, or if j voor nicM troul.I-« *ou In nor ««v. Jon ehoold l.ko nc].«nt»pe of M offer Io tlio-ouclity m-t I'cientiQr.llr t*flt VniirEye., Abaulmtly t*.te. bacb byo wilt E l.i ?? vimin'.l H-iani.ly »i!h the sill of Iho Tory latest and moit improved in- | , Mrumcni., inclodios the Corooa Ophtlialmucope,. Ib« tire- in Au.tr.lia, »nd piloses wilt not be recommended unites they aro positively neccssary. j ChildrcnV Eyes aro alio Ircated, and in every initanco my chsrgcs ere very reasonable. v * My coffificAtM aro the hiahest in Australia, eccurcd In the Best Optical Instt. lutes, and...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Double Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

A Doublo Flro. At tho Glen Innoa polico court on Wednesday, Uarry Lowo, aged -t-i yoarn, was committod for trial, char ged with maliciously sottiug fire to tho dwelliuff houso of Walter Alfred Loadsnmn. Tho plnco was npt des troyed, bnt sinco tho accused has been tho local lockup, tho honsc, with its coutonts, has been burnt to tho ground by somo unknown porson.

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 — 3 February 1913

Tho Woathcr. At tho local post offico tho rocords sinco Friday aro : — Friday max, 1MJ., min. CO. Saturday, max 95, min. 69; Sunday, uinx. 97, min. 72 1 Mon day 70 degrees. Tho averogo heat for tho month of Dccomber wjis 9G-4 degrees. Any town wishing to beat tlmt record is at liberty to do so.

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 — 3 February 1913

Lot tho EmlnohtVlonhaOptlclan ToiiYour Sight. - ? At the very .flwt signs of faiHtijj or d» foctivo vision, you' should have your oyea attended to without delay. -Nature'* warn ing cornea in many forma. 'You mayhayo ? to uold your paper-further away tb road in comfort, or a Aoraorring or otbor closo work your oyea inay'bd tired and'sorc. Don't delay; Eyo troubles takca-i^imo can vasily be corrects!. ,Left.too Jonff thoy will mean lncceasettve*DflnfiO»Aud dangor of los* loss -your sight; .Ulr. 'Bagsor, tho- eminent Vfoxwa OiibtlmUulo.'Opticiftn; t*»U be in tins town on tlio date montionod.bolow, and his visit offers an oxooptional opportunity of ?' liaring'Tour eyes scientifically and skllf nlly tested froo of chargo, and aultablo glasses supplied if noceaeary. This gontloman hi^i secured high credentials T-y examination hi . tho loadlug optical, institutes^ of Vienna, Berlin, - Dresden,. London and, Now .York. . He in also a Vitwlified 'Master, o® tho JJcitia'1 . Majtora Optical teU...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Relected by the House of Lords. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Rolociod bytho Houso of Lords. I Tho Houso of Lords rojcctcd tho sccoud reading of tho Homo Rulo Bill by 320 votos to 69.

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 — 3 February 1913

;;VV.,..:;^::y.'.''Our^ Great Reduction Sale: ; Starts Qri Saturday, only. All Goods Going at ? Coat. Don't Miss this Money Saving CKancfOt', * ./t ,.v - The Greatest Opportunity ever offered the Public of Narrabri. v . . J8L ' - ^Ba® ? MMAMMy MSI I M© &L ' -MiTLAND - STREET, NARRABRI. . HOTELS. Mr. S. H. CUNNINGHAM'S Imperial ;Hotel, West Narrabri.. A Fino Brick, two Storoy Hotel, bnilt on the Bceno of tho Into fire, up*lo* date in ovory respect, well ventilated bedrooms, and overy comfort. FIRST CLASS TABLE, under tho supervision of Mrs. C nniiigham* MODERN BAR, with all tho latest Improvements,. None but the Very Best WINES, SPIRITS and BEERS Stociccd. WE CATER for- tho Genoral Public nnd Gaaranteo Satisfaction to our ... Patrons. .... 3. Gunningtiom — — Proprietor, sfe sfe ste sfe sfe sfe etb sfeSJ ^ The Caledonian Hotel. Maitland Street, ^ -? « N A H R fl B R I — ? 3 JOHN TH«M; Tp»p.,| (Late of Guooedah, Morrnruodi and Manilla ) BEBT ACCOMMODATION /or Coonlrj- CliftiU a...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Record Wheat Load. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Record Wheat Load. Wheat is pouring into Guurio, Wellington. - Tho sheds uro over flowing, and all tho availablo room in tho railway yard is eagerly Bought for. Somo record leads aro coming into ino town. Jir. A.irtmon, with ; bis team, brought in a load of 200 : bags, tbo uett .weight being \C, tons 6 myt.| apd tho gross weight 19 tons I p\si. This constituted a record un* tli a oouplo of days later, whtm llr. T* GiddiQgs, of Buntop, arrived -/ith a load of 216 bags, tbo gross we:gbt bring 20 tons 8 crnt. As tbo capacity of tbo weigb-bridgo is only 20 tons, soveral bags of wheat had to be re moved bofore tho load could bo wOigklrf.

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 — 3 February 1913

Olemont's Tonic. THB NATDBALBUUEDY FOB WEAK NEBVEB 1 ANDPOOBBLOOD. 5BKD rOB IT AND BKCUHt; HtiLTU. ? Utnr of th« taMt Krioua Kemt8tomMb.Lirer, »od'K2doffrdJ»Mje« from l&cxotan tok«p tho atotnich la good wotkloR order. - Fains* rrt ' Into th* blood Mtued by tho effeto mtt-r fermentlnjr ? la tbo naton! dlgeaUro Then we bare tho ? . uxmaic, d«WJJUfetl wreck in our d-7 tlneU, men ' and woaea who a few weeks before apMand eankt - - '. ? . 1 toSOmraoflife. How many ttenona ^toAai 5*li* haTe gose with each moath, because of anlect, which .' ' ? ' ha« aided the dueaae which killed I And»oitt»th® plain dutr of aU tnen aad women to keep the treat ' oenre and blood motlicina-CHiilENTS TONIO— alwaya at haad. Tbe teaUoooyglreo to it tell their - Dsribtf thebot'aummer moothB«odtbeihaasiBg . ' aeml-wltfyperiodjof anlumnacd winter loN£,W„ . . V. etpeeUllv In the far north and Inland diitrtete, CtEJIENTS TONIC Ij the mediclse tor theiadeJ eritein, the run^owu and Initable ceme; It la the ijm...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Smart Telegraphy. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

8mart Tolefraphy. So much hns lately been said aud written about tho delay which occurs in tho trausuiissioa of telegrams that it is refreshing to record au instance of tho expedition of tho telegraphio service. Somo days ago a local busi ness man (writes our CaBtno corres pondent) lodged a message, which contained au oncjuiry couccruing tho illnoss of a frieud, at the Casino office, addressod to a resident at Ton torHeld, at 5 minutos to 10a.m. The telegram aud tho reply had to bo transmitted via tho Sydney office, and bo was astounded to receive au answer at 10,30 a.m., the message beiug delivered to bim fivo minutes after tho time it was lodged in Too terQold. Both tho telegrams wero ordinary oues, uot scut at urijont rates.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fitzroy Murder. THE INQUEST. "BUSH" THOMPSON COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. EVIDENCE AS TO FINGER PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Fitzrojf Hurdar; . . ? ~il ? '~| . - V Q THK* INQUEST. . BUSH ' THOMPSON COM ? ? ' JIl'iTED-FOR TRIAL. ' ,::KVI11BNCB AS TO FINGER 1 ? -prints. ?? , px ' ? ' Tbo' iuquoat cdticernuig'.ihQ ^ciUll - of Arthur l^rotteri the victim of tlio . Pitzroy burglfli-y mni'dor, wm opened , . LU i|0ll-otu,nooit Sftiunla^r. ^ t Gnit lbtorest'WAA orinced m the - ? ? jfodecdinirfl.ThOiJonrt-vTaacrowdod. .. Tho^maa known_.na 'Bnali' . r I'jtWpsOU- -v!io is ou- remand on a .? shavgo oC Willing TroUei'tVas pre&ent iu tmetody. . ,;^L'd . Uetective Wotter, Uugei* print ex- . ptH; dop'oediTlo' finding: Bngec'prrali -ri ou tiic window WoVrnt' into thu kit* j cb^u. of- tho innrdored man's boose. .HeT took Thomson's prfuia, aud found thcui identical with those ou tho ail). Tlioy cach had eight dis* tinct characteristics, and a scar ap peared in tho' same relative position, Whcu 1 Thompson was told about tbo. finger prints, ho jemarked that iio did not know how they got there. Attho couclufiion ot the...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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