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Mr. Holman and the Caucus. "LOST HIS DEMOCRATIC PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

1 LOST HIS DEMOCRATIC PUNCH." Speaking at the United Union's ! smoke concert at Wagga on Saturday night Mr. Boston, M.L.A., said that the first plank on the Labor platform was the abolition of the Council, on which every Labor member was elected. Personally he was a unionist and a laborite to the backbone, and when he forfeited those principles he would resign. The last conference clearly laid it down the appointments to the Council would be submitted to the Caucus.' As a member be bad as much right to know who was appointed as any of the Ministry had. Mr. Hol man had stated that he was not going to be dictated to ; but in adopting that attitude he had lost his democra tic punch. Mr. Boston said he had fought for Mr. Holman, and regarded him as an ideal man ; but if lie was going to flout the democratic platform he must get out of the movement. (Loud cheers.) .He would bo sorry to see anything bring a crisis to force them to the country ; but lie did not expect it to go as far as th...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bright Outlook for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

"The Financial Times" (London) asserts that Australia is faced with such a combination of favorable fac tors that a record prosperity in 1914 is almost certain. The rainfall and the price of wool and mutton make it certain that the squatters and pastoral companies wi 11 benefit financially, an'd interests in London have been making heavy purchases lately of Australian pastoral and agricultural securities where they still are in excess of buyers, and further advances are probable, as dividends are likely to be li igher. Some companies are known to be looking for additional estates as a means of employing their accumulated tccources.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

is not so much age, us an aged appear nnce. When gray hair conies, beauty fades. Itestore your hair from gray to its original ©dor; and beauty re turns. Don't believe it can't be done. Lots can be done to-day that were impossible years ago. .Science is pro gressing. It has not been idle over the problem of gray hair. Science is progressing. It has not been idle over the problem of gray hair ; per manently ; completely. Marie Per manent Hair Stain is a scientific achievement. It will certainly change your gray linir to the fresh color and bright lustre of your earlier ysars not, temporarily, but permanently. Be assured of that, and use it with every confidence-. Never will you look aged through gray hair again. Why should you 1 Isn't it better to look youthful 1 Ask your chemist for Marie Perman ent Hair Stain. Sold by It. II. Phippard, Chemist, Tenterfield, and most chemists, or sent ■at-oncc oh receipt of price, 10/6, and Is postage, from Marie Van Brakkel. Ladies' Hair Specialist....

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eccentric Individuals. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

A tall, brown-bearded countryman who claims that he is tho eldest son of Captain Cook, has not ceased to haunt the Federal departments. He spent one morning last week on Sir John Forrest's doormat. Apparently he has decided that the Prime Minis ter is unworthy of the name of Cook, for he can get no satisfaction there in his quest for the recovery of Australia. He has great hopes, however, from Sir John. Carrying a great heavy stick, he waits patiently for the Trea surer, satisfied that he has only to introduce himself to be assured that the continent will be handed back to him as soon as the necessary formali ties can be put through. Sir J ohn is not dodging the stick. But he is dodging the man, who has proved himself as great a nuisance as other demented worriers < f politicians. The record in this respect is held by a Victorian, who was quite cortain that King Edward had presented Australia to him as a birthday gift. This man offered to accept four- mil lion pounds in l...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STACK ENSILAGE. SUITABLE CHOPS AND HOW TO GROW THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

STACK ENSILAGE. SUJTAHLT3 CHOPS AND HOW TO GROW TIIKM. As our farmers leurn to appreciate the great value oi silage for the winter feeding of their stock, the permanent-silo, built of substantial materials will no doubt find a place on every farm, but there is no need for a farmer to wait until his silo is built before testing the value of this method of preserving green fodder, for ensilage can be made with a great measure of suc cess in ' stack' form. There is a greater proportion of waste in a stack than in a silo it is true, but this waste can be very largely re duced if the stack is made in ac cordance to directions. Like most other farm operations, ensilage making—the growing of the crops from which the ensilage is to be made—must be planned and prepa rations made some months before hand. THE BEST CROPS TO GROW. "What crops havo you found the most suitable for turning into en silage ?" was the first question our representative asked. The crops I would recommend a farmer to gro...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

When the back aches and pains so badly that you can't work, can't reBt, can't sleep, can't eat, it's hard to hear. Thousands of aching backs have been relieved and cured. People are learning that backach.e pains come from weak kidneys, that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cure every kidney ill, cure bladder troub les, urinary derangements, dropsy. Read this testimony to the merit of the greatest of kidney specifics. Mr. John Baldey, Baker, Clive street, .Tenterfield, says "From personal experience I can speak a good word for Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills. I used this medicine for severe backache, which I believe was caused by the kidneys being out of order. The painB were moBt unpleas ant, and very obstinate to cure, and I was glad to get such a valuable remedy as Doan's Backache Kidney PUls. I have not the slighest doubt that they will do for others what they have done for me, completely and permanently cure. I got Doan's Pills at Juergens' Pharmacy." Twelve years later Mr. iBaldey sa...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Sur[?]ing Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

While ^tlncc young ladies, Misses Annie and Susie Millar and Nurse Porter were* bathing at Maroubra Pay on J Saturday afternoon they found .themselves beingdragged out to sea by the strong current. Annie Millar, who had drifted further out than her companions, shouted for help to a friend, Nurse Kelly, who was sitting on the beach. Nurse Kelly screamed for help and her cries were heard by George Smith and Alderman Parkec of Annandale, who immediately dashed to. the rescue. Susan Millar and Nurse Porter were successfully rescued, while Smith who se cured a life line went out for Annie Miller. Finding herself unable to battle against the current she had turned on her back and lloated with it, and was about 300 yards out when Smith reached her. After a desper ate struggle Smith succeeded in bring ing her in. but after two hours' effort at resuscitation life was pronounced extinct.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIX. ON THE RIGHT TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

CHAPTER XIX. ON TH13 RIGHT TRACK. From the edge of the bush Eric saw the smouldering ruins of a largg building and several smaller ones. The former was still blazing in places, and the unsteady light of the flames revealed a number of dark and ghastly-looking figures scattered on the ground. And that this was indeed Dawson's there could be no doubt. Just beyond the ruins lay the main road that connected Salisbury and Buluw'ayo, shining white or red as the moon or the fire played upon it. For two or three minutes Eric waited, and then he was satisfied that no KalBrs were in the vicinity. He felt sick and faint with the hor ror of what he dreaded to find, and a. fervent prayer was on his lips as he crept boldly forward in to the open. . , _ He wandered here and there, un able to repress a shudder as he examined each mutilated body. Those at the rear and sides of the store were Matubele ; they number ed nearly a score, and were all stiff and cold. On the road in front of the main build...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

CHAPTER XVITI. The horses had been pulled up, punting and covered with foam, j The riders turned in the saddle and looked back. A mile behind they could. see the kopje duskily outlined! against the moonlit horizon, but no red flashes were visible, no ride shots or savage yells broke the op pressive silence. There was nothing to indicate the existence of friends or foes. "Good heavens, this is terrible,!" said Eric. "Three dead out of our little party—Wilson, Carter, and ! Donovan. But I believe the rest have escaped. The last glimpse I had of them they were close to the kopje. No doubt they are in safe shelter there, and the ICaHirs are afraid to attack thein. But that don't help us out of our fix ; we can't go back now." "Of course not," the Boor assont i ed, looking furtively at his com panion as he spoke. • "But if ' our friends were in the kopje; , .they i would fire some signal shots to leu us know they are alive and-safe." "Not if they, believe that we are dead, which I"am sur...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

A mooting of the Local Land Board was held in the Court House on 28th and 29th April, li'14, when the following cases were considered :— TUESDAY, 28th APRIL. For Consideration. W. T. Chambers, a-c.p. 13.9, 50 ac res.—Allowed to be withdrawn. W. T. Chambers, c.l. 13.4, 200 ac res.—Allowed to be withdrawn. J. J. Kelly, a.c.p. 13.28, 69J acres. —Confirmed por. 42 of 69£ acres, 4 wire fence. J. J. Kelly, c.l. 13.14, 370 acres.— Confirmed por. 43 of 335i acres. Rent 3d per acre. A. C. Staader, c.p. 13.43, 140 acres. —Allowed to be withdrawn. A. C. Staader, c.l, 13.25, '410 acres. —Allowed to be withdrawn. James Hickey, a.c.p. 13.46, 40 ac res,—Disallowed. J. Whitton, c.p. 14.1, 46 acres (con. h.s.).—Confirmed por. 449 of 46 acres, 4 wire fence. L. Whitton, c,p. 14.3, 452$ acres (conv. h.s.).—Confirmed por. 451 and 51 of 452^ acres, 4 wire fence. T. Smith, c.l. 14.2, 113 acres.—Sur vey directed of 53 acres. R. W. Bagster, a.c.p. 14.4, 140 ac res.—Disallowed. R. W. Bagster, c.l. 14.1, 660 ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUCERNE. (Medicago Sativs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

LUCERNE. (Slftedicago Sativs.) (From the Journal of the Agricul tural Department of Tasmania). The reason why this useful and nutritious fodder is not more gene rally grown here is diHicull to understand. Although every work on fodder crops places lucerne at the head of the list, and its area in various parts of the Northern Hemisphere, as well as the Argen tine and the mainland of Australia, would seem to indicate thai . some special reason was underlying the lack of attention"" which the Tus manian farmer gives to a valuable fodder and a drought-resisting plant. Lucerne, or alfalfa, has been known and appreciated for cen turies. In his "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire," Oibhon writes, "The use of artificial grasses became familiar' to the farmers, both of Italy and the provinces, particu larly the lucerne, which derived its name and origin from Melia." The usual instructions are that the soil chosen for growing this fodder, and the variety selected, will he the de ciding fact...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

SYDNEY, Monday. Wheat—:3s 9d to lis 9Ad. Chuff— £3 15s to £5 5s. Oaten Hay—£4 to £5, 10s. Lucerne—£2 15s to £5 10s Maize—3s Gd to 4s. Bran—£4 15s. Pollard—£4 15s Potatoes—£6 to £7. Butter—104s. Tin—2cSs.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

Gilibs : "That's looking umbrella old man. . I wouldn't ; carry one' like that." | Dibbs : "I know you wouldn't ; that's the reason I carry it when you'rft about." 1408,

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

THANKS. 1 hereby beg to thank Dr. "Watt, for the skill and attention with which ho.treated mo, also tho Matron and Nurses of the Private Hospital and Matron and Nurses of the P.A.M. Hospital for the great kindness 'and attention shown me while an inmate of those Institutions. M. A. llAIlDCAJSTLE,

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

CATTLE SALE. SATURDAY NEXT, 2 O'CLOCK. BRUXNER COTTON will soli by auction— 90 BULLOCKS, 3 years. 50 STEERS, 18 months old. .00 EAT COWS. le" Slfs-Loil" Cream Sewator. 18 THE BREATH OF LTFE TO THE DAIRYING J NDUSTR Y. The enormous development of the Dairying .Industry in this State dur ing the last thirty years is almost en tirely due to the introduction of the " Alfa-Laval" Cream Separator. AVhen the Butter Factories were first established, the milk was separ ated at the factories by "Alfa-Laval" PowersDriven Separators, and when, in course of time, first one supplier and then another, separated bis milk at borne, it was nearly always by an "Alfa-Laval" Separator. Each sup plier was guided largely by the exper ience and successes of the butter fact ory, and of his neighbours, it was veritably a case of " Follow your lead er, " with the result that nearly every dairyman, certainly every up-to-date, progressive dairyman, is using an " Alfa-Laval " Separator. "With each succeeding yea...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

PuBtie: Owing to the scarcity of stock and in order to avoid a further rise in the price charged for Beef and Mut tom, the undersigned butchers of Tenterfield have decided on and after the 4th April to sell for cash only. Signed, P. J. KELLY, , V , A. & R. CRISP, T. A. LANDERS. CASH PRICES. Leg Mutton 5i Chops 5J Shoulder Mutton :*• Fore-quarters l> Half Sheep 5 Bodies 5 Pork Chops a 8 Pork Joints .6 ^Ordinary Steak . Rump Steak Si Sirloin Roast si Rib Roast 4J Fillet Steak 7 Corn Round • *i Corn Beef i Flanks 3 Absolutely NO BOOKING. .ONWARD MARCH 101 ^z. We are again in the front EankB All depletion of Stock during the Festive Season lias already been refilled w ith the latest and best JEWELLERY BEAUTIFUL JEWELLERY, "WATCHES THE BEST "WATCHES CLOCKS, STERLING SILVER GOODS, SILVER E.P. WARE, OPTICAL GOODS, etc. Sight Testing and Spectacles to order. Repairs a Speciality. Our Service is Good. Our Goods are Genuine. Our Prices are-Strictly Reasonable. ? IV1 & fc it...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Mexican War. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914

Mexican War LONDON, Monda President Huerta lias accepted the offer of mediation made by Argentina, Ohili, and Brazil, and the Mexican situation is therefore much brighter. Washington is anxiously awaiting official confirmation of Huerta's re ported acceptance of the South Ameri can offer. Telegraphic communication has been re-established with Mexico City, and the capital is reported to be tranquil. Everything is quite also in Vera Cruz, where Admiral Fletcher has proclaimed martial law for the pur pose of restoring and protecting the civil administration. General Villa is still angling for American support. His latest • pro posal is that he and his men should be taken in American transports to Vera Cruz and let loose against Huerta. Britishers on the Tampico oilfields are reported to be in a position of dangerous isolation. Refugees arriving at Galveston from Tampico describe the barbarous treatment to which they wore sub jected. . With befitting ceremony Admiral Fletcher yesterday ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 May 1914

Hospital Operation of no Avail. Zam-Buk's Healing Ends 29 Years' Disablement. Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers on her legs, Mrs. E. Itohan, of 5, Maclaggan-street, Dunodin, N.Z., was threatened with permanent lameness until she got Zam-Buk, to draw out the corruption and perfectly heal the limb. "Eearful leg ulcers," said Mrs. Ttohan, " caused me 29 years of pain and suffering. The trouble in the first instance resulted from a kick, but blood poison, which afterwards set in, really stai'ted my long life of misery. "The burning pain and irritation set up by the sores was awful, and it gave me no rest, either day or night. " I attended the Hospital for seven months altogether and underwent two operations. But the treatment made my legs even worse, and the crippling ulcers spread round the ankle. When hospital doctors had failed, I began to try all sorts of ointments and reme dies that were recommended but they wero quite useless. " At length I got a pot of Zam Buk, the one remedy tha...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Challenge to Mr. Holman. LABOR PAPER'S STRAIGHT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 May 1914

LABOR PAPER'S STRAIGHT TALK. Ihursdays " Worker " challenges Mr. Holinan to speak out with regard to his inuendoes of corruption against a certain member. The paper say.s if Mr. Meagher is not corrupt lie is entitled to have the fact placed beyond doubt. If he is corrupt as Mr. Ilolman implies then there should he no place for him either in the Labor movement or Parliament. Either Mr. Holman has proof of Mr. Meagher's corruption or he has without sufficient justification used his great ability to fasten upon a comrade the most serious stigma that could attach to a representative of the people. " Either Mr. Meagher," says the paper, "is a corrupt politician who should be hounded out of public life, or Mr. Holman is a reckless villifier of his fellow men and utterly unfitted either for leadership or membership in a representative Assembly."

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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