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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

Owing to the scarcity of stock and in order to avoid a further rise ir the price charged for Beef and Mut torn, the undersigned butchers o: Tenterfield have decided on and aftei the 4th April to sell for cash only, Signed, P. J. KELLY, A. & R. CRISP, T. A. LANDERS. CASH PRICES. d Leg Mutton 51 Chops 51 Shoulder Mutton 5 Pore-quarters Half Sheep 5 5 Bodies. Pork Chops 8 Pork Joints 6 Ordinary Steak 41 Rump Steak 51 Sirloin Roast 51 Rib Roast ' 41 Fillet Steak 7 Com Round 41 Corn Beef 4 Flanks 3 Absolutely NO BOOKING. 1014. We are again in the front Ranks All depltion of Stock during the Restive Season has already been refilled 'with the latest and btst JEWELLERY BEAUTIFUL JEWELLERY, "WATCHES THE BEST W-A-TGECEIS 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, gr\®(!N3 IS® % Watchmakers, Jewellers f 8c Opticians. lutc...

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 — 7 May 1914

Edward J. Petiierick, Dentist "Tarcoola," House Street, Tenteriield.*

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 — 7 May 1914

An attempt is being made by a New Plymouth firm to develop an export trade in butter with Ger many. Hitherto dealers in that country have not favoured the New Zealand butter boxes and have pre ferred to get their butter from Pen mark in casks. The firm in ques'ion however, is ;of the opinion that once the New Zealand butter becomes known dealers in Germany will not mind whether it is conveyed in boxes or casks, and with this end in view' has imported 100 kiels or casks, which are to he sent back to Ger many filled'' with our primest butter. A cow weighing 1000 pounds will consume on an average about 30 j pounds of corn .silage daily ; 15 I pounds may be fed in the morning ! and 15 pounds in the' evening. The i allowance may he increased or de j creased in proportion to the cow's 1 weight and individual needs.. Some cows weighing a thousand pounds require more silage than others of | the same weight. ' Mr. A. Uillics, of Hampden (South Island, N.Z.) sustained a rather se ! vere loss ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

The Rev. George Edwards, after having been in charge of the local Presbyterian Church for about two years, has resigned from the charge. At first it was thought he would be continuing here till tlio end of the present month,, but ho has accepted an invitation from the Ashford Church, which is about to become va cant, to preach there for the remain der of the month. Several ladies, with very little time at their disposal, then set to work to arrange a present ation for the Rev gentleman, with.the result that at tho Church this after noon he was the recipient of a goodly number of sovereigns. Mr. Edwards leaves for Ashford to-morrow morning by road, but Mrs. Edwards and fam ily will remain here, Mrs. Isaac Whereat and her two little girls arrived home by car on Thursday last after a month's visit to her parents, Mr. and Mr. It. Hicks, Richmond Hill, Lisniore, Mrs. J. A. Douglas Itobb and Mrs. W. V. Hogarth left by mail train on Sunday night for Newcastle after spending several weeks h...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Paspalum and a Warm Climate. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

Paspalum and a Warm Climate. From reports to hand from the North Const district of New South Wales, it is evident that Paspalum establishes itself in the warmer cli mate of that part much more rapidly than it does in New Zen land. Mr. F. V. Wnrehum, writ ing from Byron Bay, one of the north: coast ports, says :—"It only requires 81b. to 101b. of choice paspalum .seed to- be sown to the acre to produce good rich pasture in three months from the time it has.been sown, provided the season be lftvouruble, and the ink-weed kept down while it is making a start. I have all my land under paspalum grass, mixed with white ■Butch .clover, and my stock are al ways in good condition. I admit that a change of gl ass from pas palum is good, but I cannot for get what this .wonderful grass has (lone for the district between the liichmond and Tweed. Where can he shown in any other part of Austra lia the same immense carrying ca pacity, area for area ? "It has been asserted that pnspa lnm wears itself...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. The Editor does not necessarily endorse the views of correspondents.] (To the Editor of COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

The Editor does not necessarily en dorse the views of correspond ents.] (To the Editor of Courier.) Slit,—Poor Mr. Tredennick is estuatod at the idea of his meeting being characterised as a farce. Cer tainly as a medium for letting off waste steam, bathing in his own glory, airing his glory, etc., etc., it was most successful. Prom a practi cal point of view it was a farce. History tells us that once upon a time a lot of people stood outside a great city, and being armed with immense wind bags made such a noise that the walls of the city, not being built to stand such a strain, trembled and fell to pieces, but that was a long time ago when Joe was a wee todler. Better material is now put in structures after such a lesson,' and a furious bombardment by a solitary wowser, armed though he be with an endless wind bag, will avail nought. If ratepayers who are agrieved at their valuations will' go quietly to the Shire office, they will be treated .most courteously and given every assistan...

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 — 7 May 1914

DUE TO WORM. FEVER. RELIEF AFFORDED BY COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. "My little .girl, now four and a half years of age, was suffering for over four years," writes .Mrs. ;F. Weiss, of;!) 6 1 Redfern - st. Redfern, Sydney, N.S.W. "She appeared to have c o n sumption of the bowels, and I took her to the hospital, where they prescr ih e d powders ■ a Phtilo. which I gave her, but did not seem to do any good. . I then discovered she had AVorm Fever, and tried vari ous medicines, which, although they caused her to pass some worms, only afforded temporary relief.- One dpy I received one of your books desorib . Ing what Comstock's 'Bead Shot' Worm Pellets had done for other •.children, arid I straight away pro cured a packet Aftrr (he first dose the result was simply marvellous, the .child passing hundreds' of worms. This was four months pro. T have since continued the treatment and feel sure slip is: now 'practically ri;l of them. Whereas previously my daughter wa* very (bin. and t...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Old Koreelah. OLD KOREELAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

OLD KOllEELAH. (From our Correspondent':) v. Winter is at hand, as the nights > are chilly, though Jack Frost has*hot. arrived yet. ••••; April only gave.-us 198 points' of ■ rain. Our total for this year is 2059 points. Most of the early corn is housed , and late crops are mostly out of dan ger of frost. Cattle and- pig .buyers arc on the 'v. . war path, and several mobs are booked . to pass through. One of over '(>00 passed to-day. Our Forrest Guard, Mr. William t .'.'Dunn, has been transferred to onotlier " :• district and leaves in a fortnight. There are many expressions of regret at his departure, as Mr. Dunn carried out his duties fearlessly and well. Mr. Flick has taken Mr. Dunn's place, and when it comes his turn to leave, T trust we will have the same to say of him. May 2nd. 1914.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

COmERCSAL SYDNEY, Monday. Till—27s Gd. Wheat—3s 9d to 3s lOid. Maize—3s Gd to 4s. 10 Bran—£5 Pollard—£5. Oaten Hay—£4 to £5 15s. Lucerne—<£2 15s to £5 10s Potatoes—£5 to £6. Butter—104s. Another Fire.—Tenterfield is maintaining its fire record. On Tues day evening last another one occurred, but this time out of the main street, by way of change. The Coroner had only remarked on Monday that it was peculiar all the fires occurred at busi ness premises. The sufferer in this case was Mr. James Lillicrap, whose loss is estimated at about LI 00. His stables containing a large quan tity of hay and some harness were practically totally destroyed. No idea as to how the fire originated can be given. Mr. Lillicrap was away from home at the Picture Show when the fire was first detected by Mr. Speed, who lives close by, which must have been at about 8 o'clock. This gentleman, after giving the alarm to, Mrs. Lillicrap, with much difficulty succeeded in gaining an entrance to stables, w...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

HOMEBUSH. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., wired us to-day as follows:—Market 10s lower. Beef 28s to .'l.'is per lOOlbs. Bullocks £G to £14, cows £4 to £10.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A HANDSOME LUNCHEON DISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

A: HANDSOME LUNCHEON DISH. Cold dishes are always relished in hot weather, and one of the very nicest is ~ a boiled fowl allowed to get cold and then masked with rich, white sauce. To make the sauce put the thin yellow rind of a lemon into a saucepan with a pint of white stock, six white peppercorns and half a teaspoonful of salt. Simmer these gently for five • minutes then add half a pint of cream, made fairly hot—do not boil it. If you wish for a very rich sauce add four ounces of butter rolled in flour, about a dessertspoonful, these to be mixed with the cream and the4 whole simmered very gently for five minutes, then add by slow clegrees the lemon juice, stirring it well to prevent curdling. This is a delicious sauce fob fowls or rabbits served hot, but if made a little thicker it can be laid over the cold fowl or rabbit, masking them - entirely. . Garnish with slices of lemon,and sprigs of parsley. This method makes an agreeable change from roasted fowl. Both fowls and rabbits,...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL ABOUT CASEIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

ALL ABOUT OA-SM. Casein is the dried cheesy matter of the sklm-milk. The cheesy mut ter can be precipitated from tiie milk either by rennet or by var ious acids, and is called according ly rennet casein or acid-casein. The acids used are lactic, sulphuric, mu roatir. and acetic acids. The manu facture of casein by the addition of rennet is carried out as follows :— The milk which is to be used, and which must be as fresh as possible, is set to curdle at a temperature of 97deg. Kalir., and sullicicnt ren net is added to give it a firm curd in the course of twenty min utes. The curd is then cut with a curd-knife, and it is stirred for , 20 minutes, after which it is heated | to ]02deg. l-'ahr. in the course of 20 minutes. It is next stirred for ten to twenty minutes. The total amount of stirring is nhout one hour. The whey is run off, and ; the curd is rinsed well with water i at a temperature of TiOdeg, Kahr. I It is next filled into cheese hoops ! and pressed for about twenty min ut...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some Health Proverbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

Some Health Proverbs. Here are some health proverbs | which - should be learned by overyr i body :— ■ An open window is better'..' than > | an open grave. . : - : I ' Warm rooms have: killed inore peo ple than ever fro/e to death. . -. If you- let the child have measles when he Is young, you may : save a. doctor's bill later on, hut you , may have to pay the undertaker now. ; Have an expert to cAiminc the drains. It will cost less- than . a case of typhoid. If your milkman' brings you warm milk make it hot lor lum. r Wire screens in the windows may keep crepe from the dooi A fly in the milk often'.means'.a, ! member of the fninilv nv the grave..' If some people were as much ufraul" of flies as they are of bad : water j there would be less typhoid. v, ' When you see a child looking like, an angel do not kiss it; you-may make a real ingel ol it Scarlut.ina mav not sound so dan gerous as senrlot fever, but ask the undertaker.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

CHAPTER XXIT. The entrance to the Rocky Hill Reef was What was called an "iu cline shaft," descending for one I hundred feet or more at an angle of about forty-five degrees. Down this steep slope Eric plunged at a dangerous pace, clasping Doris tight ly in his arms, and throwing his body backward as much as he could. He realised the risk he was running, but preferred that to giv ing his enemies a chance of over taking him. He could hear the Kallirs shouting and yelling, and twice he was fired at. At first all went well, in spite of the steepness of the shaft and the pitchy darkness. The floor of the incline, which was partly clay and partly stone, had been worn smooth by the constant treading of the miners, and cleared of all ob structions ; so for a time Eric kept' his footing, and managed also tw steer clear of the walls on each' side. Tims he advanced for fifty or sixty feet—the distance was- covered in al most less- time than it takes to tell —and then he suddenly slipped. He tr...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIRUS SLAUGHTERS RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

VT]IUS SLAUGHTERS RABBITS.. llabbits took possession of Wie cemetery at Uouen, France, and ate | uii all plants and flowers as fast as i they were placed upon the graves'. The keepers called in hunters with j ferrets, hat the harrows were almost straight down, so the ferrets could do nothing. Then some of the virus used in Australia when the rabbits became a pest was obtained. Dr. laiir of the Kouon Hcpird of Health inoculated several rabbits with it ' and turned them loose in the ceme tery. Might days later there were no rabbits in the cemetery. All l)ad died in their burrows.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
China's Great Wall. CRUMBLING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

China's Grsat Wall. CHUMIUANCi AWAY. : China ■ seems:; .to ■ be .'Wasting away in many directions, particularly .Ii naneinlly. Get lis hope it is a cosovof darkness bet ore dmvn: Even her Greul, Wall, . one-oii the ivonrters of. ..the aiieient 1 tworlil, is■■ gradually wasting- :aivuye ^'-.'The process ofde cay, ret uirts ■ vA[iv, Alonroe Woolley, who: has obsenyeil nt, is nevertheless very sloAV.aiw'v. testimonialto ■■■•■the thorough methods::- of- the'-builders and the: lasting, qualities of the ma terial. The. wall, was- built 2-11) H.C!., during, the reign Tof theTain dynasty. I'roliuMv . there- isn't a. similar work 01 this magnitude,, as old as the wall; in existence to day. China is notorious for her lack of roadways. Even to this day the remote regions can be reached only 011 camels or by boats towed up stream, for hundreds or thousands of miles, by men. running along the banks. It is claimed by some that tlie top of the wall -was used as thoroughfare, especially during the ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ladies' Column. SOME TRIED RECIPES. PLAIN BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

SOME THIRD HEOIPES. PliAIN BISCUITS. One pound of flour, one cup of augur, a quarter of a pound of but ter, one t n 1 ilesjloonfuI of linking powder, two eggs, nnd a little irtilk, roll out, cut into rounds, and hake a light brown in a quick oven.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHRIMPS WITH BUTTEREN EGGS [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

siti;Imi1 s wrni bctttti!f,u ixigs ingredients : Half u pint of pick ed shrimps, two eggs, and three rounds of toast, 2oz. hotter, two tuhlespoonfuls mill;, stilt and pepper. Method : Prepare the toast and fr\ the shrimps in half the luitter. Pre pare the eggs by heating the milk and hatter and adding to this Un heal en eggs, and stir over u bright tire until set. Pile the shrimps on the toast, and pour f.ho hot putter ed eggs over these wild serve hot, (furnish with o little parsley.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pig Rearing. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

The following is the paper read by Mr. R. L. "Walker at the Agricultural Bureau on Monday evening: There is no need for mo to em phasise the fact that the pig-breeding industry is neglected in this district. There seems to he very few farmers who take the matter up seriously as a business proposition. When they have plenty of shim-milk to spare or other waste about the farm, they be gin to inquire for a pig or two. This happens generally in the early spring, when young pigs are hard to pro cure. My advice to Tenterfield farmers is this :—If you want a good business proposition, breed a few pigs. The Tenterfield climate is very adaptable for pig-raising. Pigs here are prac tically free from disease, and from the extreme summer heat of the Nor thern Rivers. In many cases, I believe it would be more profitable for farmers to market their maize crops per medium of th'e pig. By -loing this the labor of threshing, bagging and carting to market is avoided. It is easier to drive this maize ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORANGE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 7 May 1914

(.MlAMih PUDDING. Take one pint of milk, two table spoonful* i»" cornflour, sugar to taste, two eggs, "• e tablespoonful of but ter , ibe u,\•» o! two oranges, ami thr grated rind of one. Heat the nn'» to boiling point, and add the cornflour mixed with a little cold milk. When well boiled, romove from the fire and put in the butter and 'agar. Next whip the yolks of the eggs, add t hem w ith the juice and rind of the oranges : heat all together and bake in a hot oven, whisk the whites of the eggs to a froth, sweeten with a little sugar and spread on the top of the pud ding a few minutes before remov ing from the oven.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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