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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 February 1913

N anted ovoryono to know th»t; yo«ir money wiU go farther at Krohn's. 'Why ?1 Bocauso tho prioos are tho lowest hr tho I t ootwoar litjo. , Opposite tho Post Ofllco.* ' I

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
State Members Indignant. SYDNEY Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 February 1913

State Members Indignant. -SYDNEY Fridiiy. Many of tho members of tho State Libor Partynro indignant at tho. Labor Confer enco's attitude towards tho Government.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE IRONWORKS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 February 1913

THE 1BONWOBKS ACT. . Mcjaw. Meaghoc and Griffith encaged In a lively discussion with rospocttotho Iron works Act, (ho former charging tho lattor with not having taken tho Caucus into bis confidence. Eventually tho 'members bo catno worked up to such a pitefi of oxclt^ went fliat the President adjourned pro oeodinga. * V.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fell Out of a Train. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 February 1913

Fell Out of a Train. SYDNEY, Friday. Jolm.Tooso, n commorcinl tnvvollor, was j found in a serious condition ou tho railway I lino betweon Loeksloy and Tntnna yester day. Ho is supposed to have fallen out of tho train.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Political Body or Not. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 February 1913

A Political. Body or Not. SYDNEY, Friday. An important debate took pUco nt tho Libor Council mooting last night ovor tho quostion whotbor tho Council was or was not a political body. Tho motion propos ing to 6ottlo tho question was dually ad journed.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Traditions Changed. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 7 February 1913

Traditions Changed. _ Queen Olga of Greece de cided last month to break [v tradition which has been lmnded down for 800 years br visiting the twenty one mon asteries ou Mnuiit A tho!;. By a constitution drawn un in tile year 10J5 female animals, as , well as wgmcti, were ox?' eluded from the mountain, but ns a result of tho war, the peniusula of Chalcidice, to the south-east of ;tjalonioa, hiis come into the possession ofthli Greek troops, aiiil the inlmbi?. ants aro now Greek subjects, Tlio ropublio of monks op Mount -Atlios have already distinguished themselves by their want of courtesy to crowned heads, oxousing thoir uneouthness by their statutes and by tho legend that the] Virgin Mary came bearing the Infnnln .Tnaiio in lim. ? ? f-.. indicate the site oi the mon asteries— since when no othor woman lias b'en permitted to set foot where she had 'trod- den. Tho aonouncomont of tho King and Queen's- visit to the mountain caused a great tluttor among the monks, who hurriedly summone...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Graft In New York. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Graft In New York. - t I LONDON, Monday. ' Daring tho enqniry into polico graft in Now l'ork, it is stated that ouo gambler admitted having paid tho polico for 17 years. A regular system of tolls wero lovicd. Several polico inspectors aro in volved. ; .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lynch Law. A GUILTY NEGRO BRINED TO DEATH. AN INNOCENT NEGRO HANGED LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

_ Lynch Law. A GU1I/1T NEGRO BURNED TO DEATH. * AN INNOCENT NEGRO HANGED LONDON, Monday. A crowd numbering ono thousand, lynched a negro in Missouri, after getting his confession of tho mnrdcr of a whito woman. Au artnod mob kopt tho Shorilt's poAso powerless, while thoy chaiued the victim to a pump luid piled wood around him. Ho was bumoa to cinders. Tho mob then hanged another negro whom thoy suspccted as being implicated ia -the womau's death. They later discov er ho was guiltless.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cablegrams. Population of New Zealand. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Cablegrams. Population of New Zealand. | AUCKLAND, Monday. According to statistics jusl pub- 1 lishod, Now Zealand's population now oxceeds 1,000,000.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

' .p'OHfe *80 QUIETLY. It comes liko a ray'of sunshuio. Makes tht- old .folks happy . rMakes tho young folks loyful. Takes tho loul off tlio back, It's all done so 'luiotly. No fuss about it. - What is it Wlty' l)oau Bnckacho Kidney Pills. Tho, little kidney wonder workers. What?' will: they doP Head wliat this man says: — Mr:. John; Cogloy, mail contractor fcarrubri, says:— 'Twelvo years oro used Boon'a Backache Ki'iuey - Piil* for a Bevero pain in tho vicmity ol tho kidnoys, . and they cured me. stated this'bt tho time, and gave yo permission tw .publish tho fact, an uow after twolvo years I can hcartil: endorso my previous romarks. I an* still well to-aay. I have -nob chanRej my good upimon .'of Boon's Btickach Kidney Pills; I know thoy aro tlio Imj# kidnoy 'remedy on earth, * If auffow ers from '-backacho want a quick 'an permanent .euro- they , should uia Boon's Backacho Kidnoy Pills.' * .i Don't neglect1 tho warqinu of tho back that aches, for it is aign that your kidneys need...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District News. BELLATA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

District; «0W8. . . BELIiATA. A mcotiug of tho Eaator Monday sports comraittco was hold, .in tho. hall ou Wednesday ovoufug,' wlieu tho following busiucss was trausac ted. t. It was rosolved. on the motion of Messrs. E, Duff and H.Shoehan, that Mr. K. Boland act a.- treasurer iu lion of Mr, Williams, who will be absent from tho district on that date. ! Mr. T. A. Howard forwarded a guinea medal for n bending raco. . ! An amendment by Messrs. Sbcchan aud G. Howard, that a charge of 1 Gd aud Is bo^iado for admission' to tho ground was carriod against a pro position that tho charge bo 3d and 0d. Charge to bo made if Trustees will givo permission. The programme, as arranged by tho Sub-Committeo, was then sub mittcd, bat did uot meet with the approval of tho mcotiug, and a show of hands was takon as to whether au Openiug and n Bellata Handicap would bo run instead of only tho Openiug Handicap, and' it was al most unanimously dccideu to Imvo tho two. Proposed by Mr. Shochan, secou ded by M...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

? . ? PUBLIC NOTIOE. ? ^ Tilt. 8. A. BASSEIC T^?. mi Anni ^nllONDA^, ^obrD^y1^1'-1/ ^ CLU0 IIODBE 'HOTEL, NAUBADBI. on UONVAX, '?«» ' . I ; ' ?; Visit ? ,Mr..Basser, I And Havo Your Eyoa-Testod i1, — Free. — v*; aightat times becomea blorrcd.or if rft„. mtohi (roublta you in any way. yob should tako nd»antago of my offer to fhorouahly and aeientifically trst Your Eye*, Absolutely t ree. Each Eyo will hJ ?Hmined separately with tho aid of the tery latest and most improved in alrnmeaii Including tbo Coroea Ophtbalmucopo, the first in Aoitraha, and, f glasses will not bo rccommonded unless thoy aro poaiiuely necessary. ' Children's Eye' aro al50 t'calod, and in o*cry ipttance my charges aro very reasonable. My forljficjlca are tbo highest io Australia, secured in tho B«t Optical Instl* lutca.and ob'ainrd by examination with dejiross from Vienna, Berlin, Dres don, London, and New York. , 1 employ no Agent*, and conduct my bujinesi personally. ' Bo not forget lo visit mo during my stay i...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Serious Charges. TWO MEN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Serious Charges. TWO MEN ARRESTED- | At tho Wee Waa polico court on Friday, boforo Sfcssrs. Brunsdon and cVpplcflon, J's.P., Honry Jas. Miller, a bookmaker, was changed with 1 hav ing attempted to shoot William Vinoy, a brickmakcr, with intent to murder. On tho application of tho nnKrrt tho caso wan rcmandeci till uoxt Thursday. Bail waa allowed, self in JK80 and two sureties of £10 o&ch. At tho same court, William Vinoy, brickmakor, was chnrgcd with hav ing committed an alleged sonous offcnce ou Mrs. Jono Miller, wife of Henry Jas. Millor, without her con- 1 sent. This case was adjourned till Thursday. An application for bail being refused.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

It is estimated that tho Brittsli ilcdical Association spent £3,000, 000 in fighting tbo Ineurauco Associa tion.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Munificent Gift. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

A Munificent Gift, Wo tako tho followiug oxtract from tho ' Glon Innos Examiner ': — -MH. CAUELL AGAIN' TO THK FOKKFBONT. Tho Prssidont (Mr. Jas. Healoy) is. in receipt of tho following com* municatiou from Mr. W. T. Cadoll, ' which speaks for Itself— ' Deopwater Station, Deepwater, -1-2-1U. Doar Mr. Hoaly,— ' I read with interest tho report of sorry to see it ia not as well supported aa it ought to be, as it is ono of tho best hospitals in all Australia, and gives great relief to many sufferers. I really tliiuk pooplo onght to sub scribo more liberally, according to their means. To give you a helping hand I encloao a chequo for £100, and I will mako this au annual jJenatiou while I lire. At tha.samo timo I have to givo a holping hand to Kmmavillo and Tonteritold hos pitals, but I really think most pationts from this locality profer to go to Glen Inues.— With best wishes, AY. T. CADISLL.' Mr. Cadoll is the owner of Uoop* water statioji. Ho has also just douated £70 each to the Glen ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

A GUOCEK'j KECOMMENUATiON. ' For llio past -0 ' yeara,' eaya Mr. K ' Harrison, Grocor, 1'urmmatta 'Hd., and CatherinoStTvet. Leiclibatdt, N.8.W. I haro beoo o BUffcror frou] dmrrlioea and although 1 have tried doc^rs 'PfflfCiipUoas bavo found notliing.-to rollgva uje lito Chamberlain's Colic aud Diarrhoea Ceiuody. I always keep a bottlo'for my own use at. lay private residency and at my 'store.'- Sold by all cheinUts and ster«keoper. '?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Wool and Produce Reports. Tho Sydney AVool Selliug Urok- - ors' Association —viz., Australian Mercantile, Land aud iinanco Co., Limited, John Bridge and Co., Lim ited, Dalgety and Co., Limited, Golds* brough, Mort, and Co., Limited, Har rison, Jones, and Devlin. Limited. Hill, Clark, aud Co., Limited, Now Zealand Loan and Mercancilo Agoucy Co., Limited, Pastoral Finauco Asso ciation, Limited, Pitt, Sou, and Bad gory, Limited, Schuto, Bell, and Co-, Limited, and Winchcombo, Carson, Limited, roport: — Wool. — No auctionBhavo beon hold iu tho Sydney market during tho past weok, but clearing up Bales aro ar ranged for tho comiug weok, at which about 23,000 bales aro to be offered A strong market at lato rates is anti cipated. Tho general outlook for wool is good and trado in manufac turing centres is booming. Tho following dates liavo boou arranged for tho winter series of sales in tho Sydnoy raarkot ; — April 8 to 10, May 20 to 22, July I to 3. Sheepskins.— Tho market ruled nrm tor all...

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The Cat Ordered. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Tho Oat Ordered. The London Polico aro taking ac tion under thu provisions of what is known as tho White Slavery Act, do siguod chictly to put down tho pro curers. Two men wore placed . W trial at tho Old Bailey, charged with offences uuder tho Act, and both tvero couvicted. Timothy Patrick Connor was sentenced to eighteen month im prisonment, and to receivo 30 strokes: of tbo cat-o'-nino-tails for liaviug forcod his wifo iuto leading au .icq. ?moral dife. Frederick Austii),!. a musiciaii, was the other offouder} and ho was seutouced to twelve .month's; gaol aud *2-1 strokes of tho cat.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

. ' : ~ : ~~ PUBLIC NOTICE. ? ? ? ?? ' - ' ' ' . , ' r ~ ' '' ' S H Stock Reducing 'W « ~be3 IN THE Drapery A Boot Departments EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. EVERY LINE A BARGAIN. EVERY I.IXE A BARGAIN. SEE SHOW WINDOWS. ' No. 1. Front Drapery Window, fallowing YVliito Blouses, Is llcl. Skirts, Costumes, Hats. All Alisolutoly New Goods. I'raclicallv lmll' price. 200 Blouse Pieces going for Is eaeli. Special Stock of Dress lUunmnts, half price. No. 2 Window. Sido Entrance. ? i'micy Dolls at Gd. Set Bat and Ball, Is «Jd. IJress Hampers, 2s, Talcum Powder, Od. Large Sponges, od No. 3 Window.'' Side' Entrance. About 200 sample Bor siilino miit Dux Felt Hats. Gent's size, 01 to 7, all at 5s. ciicli. About '5 Fashion Shirts at 2a each. No.' 4 Window. -, Side 'Entrance. 30 Pieces of Linoleum, ' 2 yards wide at '2* ltd yard ? No. 3 Window. Boot Department, [showing up-to-dato Boots and Shoes. Varied assortment. Some Special Cut Lines. All New Stock. DANIELWARD, Batty & Stafford's Corner, Nar...

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Skating Rink Picture Palace. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 10 February 1913

Skatlns Rink Picture Palace. .Iu oar advertising columns will bo noticed that a now Picture Company is opcuing to-uiglit (.Monday) at tho Skating iliuk, opposite A. K. C'ollius, Ltd. Arrangements have been mado with one of tho leading film lirms of Sydnoy, and tho affair will bo run on up-to*uato mics. a tcaturo wlucn will uo doubt appeal to tho public, and which should warrant patrouago, is tho adoption of tho popular prices — Cd for adults aud 3d for children to all parts. No seats will bo re served, so that choico of positioij will be left to patrous. Mouduy and Fri day are tho uights decided upon showing for the presout, rlVnigutV prograinmo includes teu welt-Holected subjoct*, including two (- stars,' uud, weather permitting, thoro should bo a largo atteudauco.

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