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Terrible Tragedy. FATHER MURDERS TWO SONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

FATHER MURDERS TWO SONS. Percy Alfred Cottle, a printer, liv ing at Surry Hills, went with his wife and two little .son", Alfred Wal tliow and Edward George* aged 5 and .'5, to visit a friend in Pynnont oil Tuesday night. . About 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning he was found in tile lano at the back of where he was staying with his throat cut, and the bodies of the two children on the ground dead. Their throats had also been deeply gashed with a knife. The man was still alive and was conveyed to the hospital. Although his condition is serious there is a prospect of his re covery. The police hold the theory that the perpetrator of the awful deed had been brooding over some trouble and suddenly became insane, but Mrs. Cottle declared there was absolutely no truth in the rumors of domestic unhappiness. (She declared, " My husband and two boys are all the world to me. It is awful to think of this." For some weeks past Cottle had been in rather a depressed state. When lie got out of heel ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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School of Arts Tourney. TENTERFIELD AND WALLANGARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

[«TG TEXTEEFIEI/D A ND WALLAN GAHKA. It was a jolly crowd of about -00 members of the local School of Arts, that journeyed to AVallangarra last evening to meet the members of the School of Arts there in friendly rivalry in indoor games. The majority went per medium of one of the motor mail lorries—-the journey each way occupying about an hour. Mr. Winterton's ear also made the trip. AVe think the conductor of the Musical Society could have made the trip with advantage 'to his .Society for he would have found that there arc some members of the School of Arts possessed of good voices, not yet within the ranks of his Society. Residents along the road, we think, could endorse our opinion us to the musical talent. AVallangarra was reached at about 8 o'clock, and after introductions had been given all made their way to the billiard room, where Mr. Col. Kermode, our champion, was chalking his ou^i preparatory to mak ing a start with It, AValker, the AVal langarra player. The President (Mr....

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Correspondence. The Editor does not necessarily on dorse the views of correspondents.] (To the Editor of the COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

The Editor does not necessarily en dorse • the views of correspond ents.] (To the Editor of the Coukikk.) Sir,—It is plainly to bo seen that Mr. <Tredinnick aims at mo as being the author of anonymous letters ap pearing in your columns. He whines in your last issue like a whipped kid, you come out here, I know I can't beat you myself but J will get souie one'who can. When I lose tho con fidence of the ratepayers, Mr. Editor, I will willingly vacate my seat on tho Council if requested to do so by a ma jority, but not at the dictation of .any envious individual. Nuff Sed. Yours etc, W. HUMPHREY Sunnyside, 13-5-13.

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GLEN INNES RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

GLEN INNES 1 SAGES. Opening Handicap. — Howbridgc, Mirella, Fantast. "Winner 2 to 1 on. Time, 1.18;!. Novice Handicap. — Genevieve, •Pladda, True Spark. Winner 3 to 1. Time, 1.1!) 1-5. May Handicap.—Boori Boori, How bridge, Bungawalbyn. Winner 3 to 1. Time, 1.-16J. .. ' Welter Handicap.—Quattnor, Mr. Speaker, Fantast. Winner G ,to 4. Time, 1.20 l-o. Final Handicap. — Boori Boori, Pladda, Biidoon. Winner 3 to 1. Time, 1.32:|. The Half-Holiday Football Club were unable to get a team together to make the trip to the Scrub yesterday. The Pirates and Bolivia meet in a competition match on Queen's Park on Saturday next. The Paris Stadium is offering £8000 for a fight between Jack John son and Sam Langford. Mr. R. W. Clancy lias purchased the well-known racehorse Manchester, and intends putting him to hurdle racing. 1 The Newerstie Cup will he' run to-morrow and the places may he filled by Limelight, Sir Alwynton, King Mostyn or Firm. The champion jumper Landlock cleared 7ft. lin. at Gilga...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Sporting Notes. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

TENNIS. Four gents from the Boonoo Boonoo Tennis Club mot a similar number from the Gymnasium Club on the latter court yesterday and were de feated by..!) sets 55 games to 24 games. This is the first time that'the 13oonoo Boonoo Club has suffered de feat. Scores Rev. Hyiiesand •! . H. Nealev. L. Sweed man and P. Hurtz G—1 Same v. Same ... ... G—3 Salne v. S. Sweedman and A. Hurtz ... ... ... G—3 Same v. Same... ... ... 6—3 Dr. North and A. H. Purkis v. L. Sweedman and P. Hurt/, 7—5 Same v. Same... ... ... 6—4 Same v. S. Sweedman and A. Hurtz ... ... ... G—1 Same v. Same... ... ... 6—2 Rev. Hynes and Dr. North v. P. and A. Hurt/, ... ... 6—3 Totals.—-Gymnasium, 9 sets 55 games; Boonoo Boonoo, 0 sets 24 games. The Park and Scrub Clubs will play a match on the Park court on Saturday afternoon next. At the Brooklands Lawn Tennis Tournament Doust.and Miss Morton won the final of the doubles. Dick son beat Lowe in the singles for the Challenge Cup.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

DEFINED YOUNG LADY ■would like position as kelp. Apply " OLI VE," ' Macquai'ic Street, Glen limes.

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Bolivia News. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 14 May 1914

Bolivia News. (From our own Correspondent.) Mr. Fernside, our popular station- master went off duty on Monday for his three weeks holiday, and is being relieved by Mr. Grimbale. Our boys arc bus}' preparing for their first football match of the season on Saturday, when they visit Teuter fiold to meet East. It is a tough proposition to bump such a strong Club so early, but the Bolivians are noted for their pluck, and are deter mined to do their best to win the com petition. There is a mining boom on here at present and quite a number of blocks have been pegged out,' some I fear il legally. Some owners arc 011 good shows. Mara and Airs have a very line show about two miles south east of the station. B. Elliott, of Torring ton, has a claim up the river, and sev eral good looking shows are being onened on Bolivia Biver. The new -hull is going 'to be com menced forthwith mid will be finished | by August. It should prove a great | boon to the folks hereabouts. Some of our ladies are going...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

A Permanent Harvest. One sowing, the years of reaping without further need of plowing, ferti lizing, and sowing. How people would rush at such a possibility ' Yet who can tell what science will ac complish in the future'! In olden times, gray hair was simply endured as inevitable. Then came the old fashioned hair-dye, which lasted a few days and afterwards turned the hair patchy and ugly. But all this is altered. Gray hair need no longer be endured. The fresh color and silky softness and lustre of .youthful hair can be secured permanently, by one treatment with Marie Permanent Hair Stain. No further treatment needed, for its permanent. AVashing will not alter it. Oil dressings will not affect it. Use it once, and look young always. One usqt wrote :— "The color is lasting. You should advertise your stain everywhere." Tiy it. Use it to-day. Sold by' 11. H. Phippard, Chemist, Tenterfield, and most chemists, or sent at once on receipt of price, 10/6, and Is postage, from Marie Van Brakk...

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Inverell Blaze. TEN PLACES BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

TEN PLACES BURNED. A disastrous firo broko out at In veroll on Wednesday morning last at three o'clock in the business portion of Byron Stroet, and before it was fi nally got under it did damage to the extent of from L8000 to LI 0,000. The premises af fected were : F. J. Clarke and Co., coachbuildere ; H. Hayes, fruiterer ; Britz Bros., jewellers ; D. Tollis, cycle agent ; City Bank of Sydney ; Borthwick and Butler, solicitors ; Borthwick and Bice, auctioneers"; W. M. Goodwin, architect ; E. J. Smith, dentist ; Misses Kearsay, dressmak ers. The first two were new and .up to-date premises owned by the Ross Estate, .while the remainder were comprised in two two-storey pre mises, known as Clifton Chambers and Pastoral Chambers., the first of which was of wood and the second brick, both owned by Mr. John Borth wick, solicitor, of Borthwick and But ler. The alarm was first raised by Dr. Kinross, who occupied premises forming part of'the new three-storey hotel opposite the scene of the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

li iliirse's Agonising files Zaim Buk PerfeotBy Cures. Surely ho .stronger proof of Zam Buk's ppwer to end tho most distress ing cases of piles need he quoted than the story of Mrs. II. Neaves, the well-knowd nurse of 12, Poplar Street, Surry Hills, Sydney. "For some time," says Mrs. Neaves, '• I was a martyr to blind and bleed ing piles which caused awful agony. The inflammation and general conges tion made my life a misery. Although I experimented with many so-called remedies not one of them gave me any ease. Then I commenced with Zam Buk which quickly'exerted its sooth ing influence, subduing all inflamma tion and imitation, and easing the smarting burning pain. By persisting with Zam-Buk I was entirely freed from the terrible piles. "On another occasion boils broke out on my body. Zam-Buk brought the inflamed lumps to a head, draw ing out all bad matter, finally healing the sores in a perfect manner. "I strongly recommend Zam-Buk as an idealjjhousehold balm for cuts, burns, sore...

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Cattle Values. TESTING THE SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

TESTING T1IE SYDNEY MAR KET. There cnmc to1" Homebush Monday lusta draft of 250 Queensland cattle from Messrs Loughnan Bros, who have their stations beyond Mitchell, It wa.'j the first big draft from the Northern State for months. To-day a further draft of i!i">0 head were to be forward from the same corner. The two drafts are to test the relative val ues at Homebush and in Queensland. If they show a reasonable profit sim ilar .drafts will como in weekly for months. There are 5000 head 011 the thvee stations to be cleared before the end of the year, and the owners arc looking for the dearest market. Last Monday at Homebush the bullocks, numbering 19G, averaged L9 18s, while -10 cows averaged, L8 0s 8d. For a cut of the best bul locks, 'including some heavier ones, that come to Homebush, an offer of L!) in the paddocks was made. That would be for a better lot than those sold at Homebush last Monday. To get them there costs 28s per head, so that Homebush values last Monday came out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

1 St©F© A plain, honest packet, with full weight of Tea as indicated on the packet. No exter nal decoration. Solid value in side. Speaks for itself. The inner lining of special vege table parchment is the result of over 10 years' experimenting, to find a sub stance that will best retain the fresh ness of Tea, and save unnecessary coat in packing. On the ends of every packet you will find the price to pay,! and the date of packing as well printed for your protection. See that this date is not over two \ months old. zi Year in and Year out (pin their faith to AS SELLING BROKERS Good results, secured by close personal attention, expert knowledge, and ceaseless endeavour to do -vvell for customers. This is what gives Winch combe Carson their strong pull. This linn's policy is to help their clients build a credit balance at t-hp bank. WINCHC0MBE CARSON, LIMITED, SYDNEY. ADDRESS LETTERS: 48 BRIDGE STREET. A; J. FLEIIRS. Auctioneer, Fat Stale Salesman, Stale ancS Property Agent, Wood's Cha...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

Remarkable Ciieam Test.—At the Casino Show a Jersey cow, owned by Mr. W. A. Parker, was credited with au extraordinary test. She gave 1 (S quarts of milk, which was tested by the factory manager, and is stated to have been 19.1 per cent, butter fat. Finn at Manilla.—-Another (ire occurred at Manilla between 7 and 8 o'clock on Wednesday night. An eight-roomed house was completely destroyed with its contents. Mr. George Hall had occupied the house till quite recently, when the property was leased. He, however, had his furniture locked up in the front part of the house, the baek part being occupied by the employees of the lessee. The house was insured for £300 and the furniture for £1200. Nick Sort of Cuauffkuh.—At the inquest held ut Echuca into the death cf Mrs. Byham, which resulted from blood poisoning, consequent on being thrown out of a motor car, witnesses stated ti)at the driver of the ear was making it swerve and dance from side to side, and boasting lie could perforin the " M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

Especially at the change of Seasons when the hair fulls out in handfuLs. Use the Reliable Remedy in cf s Hair i©st@rers 2bM9 postage 9d GOLDEN HAIR L9TIGM. A real dandruff eradicator SKIM SOAPS and TOILET CREAMS. SHAMPOO POWDERS For Cleansing the Scalp, 3d each ANTISEPTIC POWDERS and PIKE PASTILLES For Clearing the Throat. STATIONERY, AUTOGRAPH BOOKS, PRAYER BOOKS, and PICTURE BOOKS at FOR ABSOLUTE SAL 60 ' "' "%> To Vlfifi-ael up a Partrcsrshsp. 99 IN THE SANATORIUM OF QUEENSLAND. GRAND DEALING DEPOT 10 MILES FROM N. S. WALES BORDER. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION on AT P.M. MESSRS. FLETGHER it GLASS, Sfcanthorne, acting under instruc tions frun Messrs. REDMOND it SMTTJ1, will sell at their rooms, Mary land-Street, STANTHORPE, that Desirable Property, " YALMOND." SITUATED ij miles from LYRA Railway Station, 10 miles from Wallan garra Border Railway Station. AREA : 1,969 ACRES, practically Freehold. "WATER : Abundant and permanent supply by Creeks, rainfall 3Qins. ■ IMPROVE'TS Ringba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

Edward J. Putiieuick, Dentist " Tarcoola," Rouse Street, Tenterfield.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

THE FLO UK THAT IS WORK ING SO WELL. '■ PrscSe ofl.the North/' Don't lose a moment in making up your mind which is bust flour and you will demand " Puide ok the Noktii " from your grocer and guess you'll stick to it when you've tried it.'::" NOTrCE is hereby given that Meet ings of the Local Land Board, under the provisions of the Crown Lands Ae^s, will be held at the Court Home, at Tenteriiekl, on 3rd J line, 1914, at 113 noon, and following days. HENRY HOGARTH, Chairman. -"■WANTED. WANTED experienced men to erect four miles rabbit proof netting on existing fences. Also three men to ringbark and sucker. Apply P. JEFFREY, j Mingoola. WANTED MINERS for the Big Block Silver Mining Company, River tree. Apply W. C. PEOPLES, Manager. FURNITURE SALE. Saturday Next at 2,30 p.m. HAROLD CURRY will sell at his Rooms in High Street a large quantity of Household Furniture and effects. AmosfieSd Cattle Sale. WE are holding our next Cattle Sale at Amosiield on THURSDAY. 21st instant. 400 Head Mow...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Sporting Notes. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

TENNIS. The Park and Scrub mot on the Park court on Saturday, the former winning by 10 games. Following are the scores :— Miss Manfredi and Reecl v. Miss Smith and Mathieson 6—4 Same v. Miss Smith and Birrell G—5 Mrs. Jardine and Jardine v. Miss Smith and Birrell ... G—5 Same v. Mrs. Johnstone and Ilutchings ... ... ... 6—4 Miss Garr and O'Shea v. Mrs. Johnstone and Hatchings... G—4 Same v. Miss Smith and Mathieson ... ... ... G—4 Miss Corney and Reed v. Miss Petrie and Petrie ... ... 6 4 Miss Corney and Newton v. Miss Smith and Mathieson 4—G Totals.—Park, 7 sets 4G games; Scrub, 1 set 36 games. At the Rookhampton (Eng.) tennis tourney, Brookes and Wilding defeated Stephens and Miller and Davin and Jacob, and Ritchie and Doust beat Price and Temple.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. The fourth round of the annual musketry course was fired on .Satur day last, but owing to the unsettled condition of the weather there was only a moderate attendance of mem bers ®on the range, and the drizzling rain and a bad light made it very'difficult for good, shooting to those who did attend, but to give a further opportunity to members it has been arranged to continue musketry on Saturday next, 23rd inst., shooting to commence at 1 o'clock sharp. Scores :— Capt. A. M. White ... 145 W. Tolly ... ... ... 138 W. Airs ... 136 W. Baguley ... ... 135 W. Curvey ... ... 131 • G. Chick-... ' ... • ... 130 A. Burge... ...: 122 P. M. Keirnan ; 117 Complete. W.Grant ... 120 Incomplete.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

Glorious Rain. 73 points since lust issue. Lyceum Pictures to-morrow night. Municipal Council meeting to night. ■ Big Boxing Contest in the Stadium on Saturday night. .. Big eattle sale at Ainosfiekl on Thursday. Ladies meeting in conn'.c';ion with the P.A. it M. Society's Carnival on Thursday next. Next sitting of Land Board com mences on June 3rd. A meeting is convened for Saturday next for the purpose of forming a branch of the P. and S. Association. The big eattle sale which was to have been held to-morrow at Wil son's Downfall has been postponed We understand that. Mr. S. Kid man, the Cattle King, has purchased 500 bullocks from Barnes Estate. "On our Selection" was well patro nised on Friday night last. Asa re sult they say the town is L60 odd the poorer.. The tender of Messrs Kyburz and Thurlow has been accepted by Krahe Estate for the erection of the two buildings in Ilouse' Street, recently , destroyed by fire. A start has been made with the work. Attention of builders and ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 18 May 1914

FOOTBALL. The football competition was opened locally on Saturday with a match between Pirates and Bolivia, and after an uninteresting game the local team won b_y 6 points to nil. Mr. Waller had charge of the game. The following are the results of Saturday's football matches in Sydney : League — Newtown beat Eastern Suburbs by 2 points to nil, South Sydney beat Western Suburbs 17 to 9, Annandale and Balmain played a draw, 7 points each, Glebe beat North Sydney 13 to 6. Union—University beat Balmain 11 to 3, Newtown beat St. George 8 to 3, South Sydney beat Rand wick 16 to 3, Eastern Suburbs beat Western Suburbs 14 to 3, Glebe beat North Sydney 12 to 6.

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