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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

GOOD FOOD is a ncccssity for tlio welfare of the community, so when ordering your l|VLOUil it is necessary that you get " Pride of the Worth," and have no other. It is stocked at the Local Stores and used by the Bakers.—P.O. Box 1, Tenter/ield. Communication by telephone from Tenterficld with any town between the Queensland Border and Sydney can now be had. The charge for a call seems to be on the high side, but notwithstanding this it is no doubt a convenience that will be largely availed of, For Bronchial Coughs, toko. Woods' Great Peppermint .Cure, 1/6,

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TARBAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

TARBAN. At Tarban also the celebrations took the form of a basket picnic and sports. About 10.30 a.111. the child ren and a number of the parents and friends assembled in the school, where an address was delivered them by the "Rev. E. E. Hyncs, basing his remarks on a recent book entitled " Foes with in and Without." Ho laid stress on the fact that the greatest enemy the Empire had was within her own borders and said that a great Empire must rest upon the honor, truth, loyalty, and self respect of its citizens. The celebrations were mostly eon fined to the children in the hope that they would cultivate these tracts of character, and ho asserted, if they be found in the home and school life then they v.-ould surely evidence themselves in the national life of the people. He claimed it was the father and the mother, ami not tho historian nor orator, who was building up the Em pire and urged them to set a good example before their children whose influence upon them was constant and endu...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(Copyright.) ERIC DACRES: A Romantic Story of Adventure during the Matabele War. PART 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

A Romantic Story of Adventure ! during the PJJatabele War. 1 ■ ■ ■- 4. S ; By William Murray Graydon, Author of 'Under the White Terror,' *Iu the Name of the Czar,' Etc., Etc. *• —• I " Curse you, keep your mouth shut t" snarled Haygarth. " Its just us well that Churton is dead— he u'ould have made things infer nally hot for me after that quar reli" "Yes, that is true," Mynliart as sented, meaningly. llaygarth looked . at him with a frown which molted as quickly into a genial smile. "Come, we won't row about it," ho said. "It will he easy to cover ,J the thing up. Of course you will stand by me, Jacobus ?" There was a hidden menace in the question, and the Boer hesitated for a second or two. "It must be as you saj'." he re-' plied,with sullen submission. Haygarth darted to the door, stood listening, gazed in all di rections. He untied Churton's horse, headed it towards the north, p.nd gave it a cut with a switch that sent the animal on a gallop across the clearing and into the bush....

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Empire Day. LEECH'S GULLY, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

• LEECH'S GULLY, The Empire Celebrations and School Picnic were held at the Lcech's Gully Public .School, on Monday 25th instant. It had been, customary in previous years to join in with the Tenterfield and other schools, but the residents of Leech's Gully thought the distance too far, and decided to cany out tlia celebrations and picnic at their own school this year. One of the lirst things necessary to ensure success with festivities of this kind is a fine day, and Monday shone out with hardly a visible cloud in the heavens, and the atmosphere as still as the zone of calms. Thus favoured, the pleasure seekers were drawn to the seat of action, and on their depart ure in the evening, when the sun had gone to rest behind the distant hills, the general opinion of all was that the event might be recorded in the his tory of Leech's Gully as one of the most enjoyable and successful func tions ever held. The arrangements seemed «o well organised that eveiy tliing went like clock work. At ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

FOOTBALL. The local Football Union held a meeting on Monday evening. Im ports on the previous Wednesday and Saturday matches were made by the respective referees, and as the out conic of that on the Half-Holiday Pi rate match, it was decided to cau tion a player in the latter team, Ap plication for registration of several new players was granted. Mr. Wool nougli was appointed to referee the Wednesday match and Kcv E. E. Hvnes the match at the Scrub next Saturday. The Secretary of the Union has received a reply from Tamworth Un ion that it will not be able to send a team heue on <Sth June, as a number of their players J have gone over to League. Dyepwater footballers defeated Glen Tunes 011 Saturday by l.'i points to nil. In a football match at Bellingen 011 Saturday between liepton and Urunga 12 men were knocked out for a con siderable time, and two pkvyers had to be carried oil' the field in a pre carious condition. The English League team played a combined South Austral...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

ttleavy frost this morning. Distribution of Sunday School prizes at Christ Church next Sunday. Wednesday next being King's Birthday, the local stores will close all day. Lyceum Pictures Saturday night. " Ould Erin " to be staged in the School of Arts to-morrow night. Don't forget the Pictures on Tues day evening next. Proceeds in aid of forthcoming big carnival. Bruxner and Cotton's big cattle on Saturday week. 1000 head al ready booked. Mr. Newton, representing Newton and Lawrence, Glen limes, is in town and may bo seen at the Commercial Hotel. See advt. Mr. Day'Iias Ijeen notified that his tender for repairs and alterations at the local Post Office, including the inntallation of twelve additional pri vate letter boxes, has been accepted. Mrs. Verran, wife of Mr. John Yerran, leader of the Labor party in South Australia, died suddenly on Friday night. The Commercial Hotel and four shops at Nambour (Q.) were de stroyed by fire early 011 Sunday morn ing, and Michael Geraghty, an old ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLANGARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

"WALL A.N G AURA. Monday,, Iho . 25th, was a most glorious (lay. Beautiful and bright, not a breath of wind nor a cloud. Not only was the day alright, but everything in connection with the celebration of Empire Day was on the best lines. About one o'clock .all the children of the neighborhood assembled at the .School of Arts, when medals were dis tributed to all of them. They then gathered round the llagpole, when the flag was hoisted by the two tallest children and then saluted. Mr. Phillips, as Chairman of the Empire Day Committee, addressed the child ren 011 Empire Day generally and the necessity of preparing themselves to become worthy citizens of the Great Empire. Mr. Collins and Mr. Dalton, teach ers of the schools at Wallangavra and Jennings respectively, said a few words on the subject. The National Anthem was then sung, cheers were given, and the children dispersed to play games and indulge in all kinds of sports and amusements. Races of all kinds and for all ages were.give...

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 — 28 May 1914

I As we have all c^pcricnccd, when you r'\3 hurt yourself your hand naturally fl.es to 4 th« p'oci; to rub it. That is instinct — \ Nature shoti'iug the way. The " way " is to rub with Zam-Buk, because this is a pure heaiirg balm, free from the rancid animal fats, mineral poisons, and ' ' A turpentine found in common ointmentj an l embrocations-also because the refined balsams which enter into the composition of Zam-Buk are easily ab sorbed. It is soothing, healing, and anti jeplic. It heals bruises, cuts, burns, sc Ids, sprains, cold-sorcs, eczcma 6cc, and fs va'ued equally by the houte wifc and the athlete for ex pelling pr.in. Daily mishaps make Zaii'-Buk a daily need, so keep a pot always handy, tlA STRAWBERRY. PLANTS. STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale, best varieties, also Raspberry Canes, Logan Berry and Rhubarb Roots. • G. J. HAY, Vineland, Tenteriield. ROYAL HOTEL YARDS, SATURDAY NEXT, 30th May, HAROLD CTJRRY will' sell by auction a number of mixed cattle, in cluding a number of fa...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gazette Notices. WEDNESDAY, 20th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

WEDNESDAY, 20th MAY. A block of 9,600 acres, 7 miles Irom Bonshaw, about 22 from Ashford, will be offered, {or sale at auction at Inverell on 30th June, at noon ; up set annual rental £1 108 per section. Sittings of the Local Land. Board will be held at Tenterfleld on 3rd and 4th Juno, at 12 ; and at Deepwater on 12th June, at 10. Rent of James D. Rock's c.l. 1913 27, parish Hillcrest, 242J acres, Is fix ed at 2d per acre (£2 a year), bal ance due 6d. Two Dredging Leases of A. Adams, N'os. 1G9 and 170 (Drake), g.l. por tions 23 and 22, parishes Drake, Hong Kong and Hamilton, 100 acres each, have been cancelled for non payment of rent. A long list of Mineral Leases at Deepwater, Emmaville and Torring ton is gazetted to be forfeited if rent not paid within 30 days ; also m.l. 45, parish Ruby (Wilson's Downfall), 5 acres 1 rood 39 perches. I Pol* the use of alleged insulting language to the stewards and judge in the pig .section at their recent Show, Coraki Agricultural Society has dis...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 28 May 1914

THANKS. MR. and MRS. F. WYMAN and FAMILY wish to sincerely thank the members of the M.U., I.O O.F. Lodge, and ... Matron of Tamworth Hospital, also Mrs. E. Wright, Mrs. C. Hill, Mrs. J. Gunn, and other kind friends for their assistance, cards and letters of condolence, and floral tri butes in their late sad bereavement.

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 — 1 June 1914

Peps Banish the Health Dangers of Damp Days and Chilly Nights. This is tho season of coughs, eolds, and chills, and the "chemists report big demand for Peps, the nove brentheablo tablets for the throat and chest. Colds arc causedby invisible germs which enter the throat and lungs through the nose and mouth. You cannot keep theso germs out alto gether, but with tho aid of Peps you can prevent them living and. doing mischief after they have entered. By letting ono oivtwo Peps tablets dissolve in the mouth, you bathe every remote corner of the nostrils, throat, ftwl lungs, with an antiseptic and germ-destroying vapour, that acts as a powerful disinfectant, and provides the soundest defence against the germs of chills and colds. Being in the form of air, the Peps medicine comes in direct contact with" all the delicate breathing tubes where in the " cold-germ" lurks, and also penetrates deep down into the lungs. It is impossible for ordinary lozenges, cough mixtures, or liquid " cold:cur...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A L H Shooting [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 1 June 1914

A day's shooting 1 was held on the range on Monday last for medals pre sented by Lieut Br'u.xner and »S. M. Finnerty, when the following scores in the different competitions were made : Lieut Bruxner • medal for senior men, first stage lying down, at bull's eye target ' 300 500 700 T'l Q.M.S. Krahe 25 29 20 74 Tpr, R, H. Miller 23 31 18 72 Sergt. Geyer 23 22 22 67 S.M. Finnerty 22 28 14 64 S.S, Holley g 17 15 8 40 Tpr. Schiffmann 14' 18 6 38 Tpr. Chapman f, 13 14 8 35 Lieut. Bruxner -{mesial lor 1894 trainees, voluntary; enlisted of two years' standing, complete. Won by Tpr. Johnstone. • ^ 200 300 500 T'l Tpr. Johnstone ''* 25 29 22 7G Tpr. Lacey 21 21 28 70 Tpr. Weir 17 .16 21 54 Tpr. Petria J 18 11 8 37 Tpr. Campbell 9 6 8 23 S.M. Finnerty. ...medal lor 1895 trainees and recruitff of 12 months' standing, completoi Won by Tpr. Kneipp. -?y ... 200 300 500 T'l Tpr. Kneipp 23 21 28 172 Tpr. F. Finnerty ; 19 21 21 .61 Tpr. Hawkins • 16 18 20 54 Tpr. Holley 15 13 19 47 Tpr. Daly 21 12 1...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Harry Lauder. OPENING NIGHT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 1 June 1914

OPENING NIGHT IN SYDNEY. Very warm, but not wildly enthus iastic. Such was the reception from the audience. Generous, but not -ex plosive. Such . was the applause. First-class, but not in a class of its own. . Such was the performance. The limitations as well as the eulogy are needed to describe accurately Ha ivy Lauder's beginning of his Sydney season nt the Theatro Royal on Wednesday,night. Of course, most people in the house felt that they already know Lauder. We know his songs, and have carolled or bawled them according to the qual ity of the sound we can produce. We know his laug'i—from the gramo phone. AVo know his reputation in England, from the newspapers. His mannerisms and stage tricks have been reproduced for, well or badly, in many imitations. The advertisement hoardings have told us his favorite tea for the moment and his favorite patent medicine for the tour. The new thing to be experienced on AVed nesday night was his personalty ; the comedian's magnetism which ho cou...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Pyrmont Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 1 June 1914

George Percy Cottle, who is charged with murdering his children, Alfred Wnlthe and Leonard George, at Pyr mont, on May 13, appeared at tho Central Police Court on Thursday. Cottle-is a slightly built man abovo | medium height, and lie is 29 years of age. He eainc into the court with his throat bandaged.- j Senior-sergeant Man key asked for a remand until .Friday week. "This man", he said, "killed his t>vo child ren and cut his own throat." I Mr. Crowe, on behalf of Cottle, asked for bail. Senior-Seageant Mankey: . AYe think this man requires some medical treatment. j Mr. King, S.M.: The remand is granted. Bail is refused. He eau get medical treatment in the gaol. -

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Leech's Gully. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 1 June 1914

From Cur Correspondent.) The social in aid of the. Leech's Gully I'ublio School fund was hold in tlui Union Hull on Monday evening, 25th Mny, nnd both financially and socially was a great success. One' pleasing feature of tho evening was the music supplied by the Tenterfield Brass Band, which was greatly ap preciated. The other musicians were Messrs. Whitton and J. Boston, all of whom gave their services free of charge The Leech's Gully ladies supplied refreshments in their usual good style, whilst Mr. J. Johnston was at his post as doorkeeper and Mr. J. T. Weir acted as M.C. After ex penses were paid the school fund was augmented to tho tune of £4 10s, which speaks •-veil for the district. Tiio fruit, pruning demonstration, given by Mr. Lo Brereton, from the Gliu limes Experimental Farm, at •Mr. 1). B. Weir's orchard on Thurs day la'st;was poorly attended. It is a great pity, when the Agricultural de partment send experts along that the public are so uninterested as to stay at homo...

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 — 1 June 1914

if You Like Oray Hair, keep it. If not, get rirl . of it. You can do as you please; for the Marie Permanent Hair Stain always restores color—always. As the name tolls you, it is permanent—everlasting, even sea-air or surf-bathing will not "alter it. Wash your hair as often as you like—it makes no difference. Marie Permanent Hair Stain restores the color of youth to your hair; gives it a silky lustre; revitalizes it, and promotes its growth. It never gets patchy, nor varies in shade. It is not greasy. Oil dressings do not affect it. If you wish, it will make your hair light, medium, or dark brown, or black. Don't be gray any longer. Look young again. One dressing of Marie Permanent Hair Stain will restore your youthful ap pearance, as well as improving your hair and doing it wonderful good. Isn't that enough 1 Sold by 11. H. Phippard, Chemist, Tenterfield, and most chemists, or sent at once on receipt of price, 10/G, and Is postage, from Marie Van Brakkel. Ltd., Ladies' Hair Speciali...

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 — 1 June 1914

Mr. Dennison Miller, general man ager of the Commonwealth Bank, ac companied by Mr. Jolm Kirkpatrick, till! .Hunk's architect, passed through TenteiTield on Thursday last on his way to Lismore. • AVe are pleased to note that Mr. H. It. Si.'abrook, of the ollico of Messrs Harris and Stuart, was successful in passing ..the first section of his final law examination, for which he recent ly sat. After a severe illness extending over a month, Mr. H. .Bates' many friends are pleased to see him about again. On Wednesday evening last at the tennis court at "Ardoyne," the resi dence of Mr. J. W. Bourke, Canter bury-street, Casino, Mr. and Mrs.- J. It. McKerihan and family, who have been connected with the Ardoyne Tennis Club since its inception, were shown farewell appreciation by a large gathering. . The Exphkss says the hundred guests were widely represent ative of the various interests of Casino and district, and if can safely judge by appearances, shoved a surprising degree of regard for...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 1 June 1914

Thotliire]:: death' lias . occurred in connection with the Now Zealand railway smash. Directly the It.M.S. Tahiti arrived at San Francisco on her last voyage from Australia, she was boarded by Customs officers, who began a search for smuggled jewels. All the women were subject to a close examination, and in several cases it was found that they had contraband on them. 0.ne lady passenger, from Sydney, wlion searched, was found to have a num ber of gems in her stocking. Jack Clark, Matthew Meek-, and Charles Meek were tramping along along the Midland Railway (W,A.), •when thoy came across a patch of mushrooms. Being hungry they ate freely. During tho night all ' wero taken ill. The two Meeks died, but Clark, who took a dose of painkiller, survived. Ono of the spurious £10 Bank ef New Zealand notes circulated in Auckland has already had an interest ing history, which is not devoid of humor. It was handed to the police as a bail-bond for a man arrested on tho racecourse one Monday. Its ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Steamers Collide. 1000 PERSONS PERISM. Titanic Tragedy Re-called QUEBEC,, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 1 June 1914

A disaster, with a few parallels in the annals of murine navigation, litis occurred off Father Point, near Kim ouski, on the Canadian Coast. It is believed that over a thousand lives liavo been lost. The catastrophe occurred in a dense fog when, despite the booming of warning sirens, two big steamers came into collision. They were the Em press of Ireland, a Canadian-Pacific liner of 14,191 tons, and a Norwegian collier, the Storstad, a steamer of 6028 tons burthen. So terrific was the impact that the liner sank ten minutes after the col lision, and it is thought to bo remark able, in view of the fearful suddenness of the disaster, that any. considerable number of persons should have been saved. This was due to the promptness of the Marconi operator on the Empress of Ireland in sending away the well known signal of despair, " S.O.S." Directly the message was received the Canadian Government steamers Eur eka and Lady Evelyn raced through the fog to the scene of the collision. From the...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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