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Industrial Court [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

Before H. W. Fletcher, Industrial Magistrate. Mr. Ralph C. Huntley, Ofticer in charge of Labor and Industry, New castle, prosecuted. Frederick Kneipp, Saddler, was charged with failing to keep time and pay sheets. . . Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr. Huntley said at the time of hie visit defendant had one employee, whom ho was paying the proper wage. He had been in his employ for about 6 weeks. The Inspector was satisfied that defendant had written for a time and pay sheet, as the latter informed him. Defendant in reply to the Magis trate said that lie kept the employee's time on his cheque butts. Fined 10s, costs of court 7s, and complainant's costs 10s. The fine ■was paid. Herbert Merrell, Blacksmith, was charged with failing to exhibit a copy of the award and also with not keep ing time and pay sheets. . The Inspector, in explanation, said the award had been in force since August 1913. Defendant had only one man employed, who was being paid the correct wage. Fined LI on each charge,...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

Before H. ~\Y, Fletcher, P.M. There was only one case, nil appli cation for a Prohibition Order. The summons had not hcen served, and the case ivas ordered to stand over.

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 — 4 June 1914

(Under direction of Sexton & Blanche) Saturday Next, June 6th. STAR DRAMA: The Daredevil Mountaineer. Summer Caricatures (Comic). In After Years (Drama). Frontier Twins Heroism (Drama). A Pig's a Pig (Comic). Caught Napping (Comic). , His Day of Freedom (Drama). Eclair Journal (Top.)

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

Dull Weather. Every appearance of rain. Lyceum Pictures to-morrow night. ■School of Arts connnittcc meeting Tuesday night. P P. Board meeting on Monday next. Attention directed to Crown Lease advt. in this issue. Agricultural Society committee meeting on Saturday afternoon. Glen Junes .School of Arts tourney players find they cannot visit Tenter field on Monday. Hockey appears to bo taking on locally. The report of the Local Lund Board will appear next issue. Schools and Banks close on Mon day next. Big Light Horse Tournament at Tain worth on Monday. A team from the local Half Squadron intends com peting. Scleral ticks have been discovered ou the Casino Common. The Senate, by 21 votes to 5, re jected the Government Bill to abol ish preference to unionists in the Civil Service on the first reading. The general feeling amongst members is that this action has cleared the way for a double dissolution. Much svmpathy -is being shown O'Ponnell and M'Donncll, the two policeman who were sent...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

Thursday. Marjorie Willingham, 10 months' old, was left by her mother in bed at Granville nursing a teddy bear this morning, and about 10 minutes later the infant was found in flames, the bed and curtains being well alight and the child's clothes practically burnt oil'. The victim was badly burned about the face and arms and. was taken to the hospital in a critical condition. The accident was caused by twocliildren playing with matches. The man arrested at Gunning on suspicion i-f being concerned in the Rose Hay murder has been proved to be the individual the police are in search of. The mail steamer Otranto, frcm London via ports, landed 617 passen gers at Sydney. LONDON, Wednesday. The owners of the Storstad have issued a statement to the eii'eet that the vessel's crew rendered every as sistance after the accident to the Empress of Ireland. It is now stated tliwt Mrs. Anderson never made charges against Captain Kendall and . they were attributed to her. They are purely inventions ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

HOMEBUSH. AVinehcombf, Carson, Ltd., wired us to-day as follows :—-Market os to 10s lower. Best beef i!8s to 33s per lOOlbs. Bullocsks £7 to £14, cows £'i to £10 10s.

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 — 4 June 1914

1 OWE MY RECOVERY TO Catarrh of the stomach is a serious ailment. No medical men would treat it lightly. The greatest" carc and scientific attention is demanded. Here is an instance where the un equalled medicine. Clements Tonic, did good. Mr. ALBERT FULLER, t of Wisdom Street. Annandale, who 3 writes this letter, 6/9/13, was afraid to | go about without fear of a collapse, | his weakened state was so acute. He S; now writes of his recovery • | CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I hare benefited to much by Clementi Tonic that I feel a desire to tell you of it. "Eight months ago I wa« very ill with stomach catarrh. I conld not retain any food, and had lost all appe tito. I got completely debilitated - ALMOST TO A SKELETON. I only triad Clements Tonic as a last resource. " The vomiting ceaicd after the first I«w dosci. My jtrength re turning, 1 was able to walk without fear of a collapse. I am convinced I owe my recovery to Clements Tonic. "I am now eleven stone in weight, and the picture of good h...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Holman's View. ON THE EMPRESS OF IRELAND DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

ON THE EMPRESS OF IRELAND j D-TS ASTER, Mr. Holmaii, the Premier, refor ■ ring to the Empress of Ireland dis j.aster, said"-" I see an inquiry is pro ■ ini.sed by the Canadian Government. 1 My own expectation is that it will | end in the condemnation of some un | fortunate sccond mate or seaman, him , self the victim of circumstances, j There will be no safety for the travel ! ling public until the directors of the j companies which send 150(5 people to sea in a ship, capablo of being de stroyed in 15 minutes are put on their trial as accessories for manslaughter. I am not saying they arc innocent or ' guilty. It may be the mere act of l God, but if it is due to human failing, the people who make money by gamb i ling in human lives ought to be punished.

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 — 4 June 1914

Department of Lands, Sydney, May 20th, 1914. Lasid For Crown Leases, A"V AT L AISLEFOR A1TL1 CATI ON ON AND AFTER 15TH JUNE 1911. ATTENTION i.s invited to 'iiotilica tion in the Government Gazette of 13th May, l'Jl-J, setting apart 78.'i5 acres for Crown Leases in blocks,^ ranging from 23G0 acres to 'iOOO acres, Parish of Fra/.er, Comity of Clive. The capital values for the first period of 15 years range from £1180 to .£1500, the annual rents from .£14 15s to £18 15s, and the_ survey fees from £19 to L-1. All applications for Crown Lease lodged with the Crown Lands Agent at Ten terfield between 15th June, 1911, and :20th June, 1914, shall, where con flicting, together be deemed to have been lodged with such Land Agent simultaneous'lv on 15th -June, 1914. ARTHUR J. HARE "Under-Secretary. 5a 15(5. in the Supreme Court of New South \¥ales, (Probate Jurisdiction). IN the Estate of THOMAS MURPHY, late oi Mole River, near Tenterfield, in the State of New South Wales, Selector^ deceased, i...

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 — 4 June 1914

17 OP '<£ ■ Cjlfijcl f Hag© iW Made of tlie Res-t Rubber and Lust .Several .Seasons. Buy One and have Perfect llcst. All Size; and Prices. CHILBLAIN SPECIFIC. A never failing remedy for removing sore and irritating chilblains. Is a bottle. White Pine and Tar for that tickling cough. Is 6d a bottle. Nirvana Skin Food for the complexion. Stearne's Peroxide Cream Suprema Cream. Kepler's Malt and Cod Liver Oil. Pure Olive Oil. Excellent Winter Mcdicines. Stationery, Farccy Goods, Writing Pads, etG., at ™ 'ward's Pharmacies. Ladies BisliimtSweljf Tailored Sesiomea Mr. II ¥. ummi V\fsl3 visit TenterfieiU perE©dieai8y, when he win haue aSI the Lat est Designs in Smart Costumes and fl/Hatenals. SECiRTS ffom £2 2s. COSTUMES frorss £.5 5s. Ges?tleme^ cctsSd not do lieiter then pEaee their ereiers with us for a wet! csat and finished suit. Watch this itdvt. for date of next visit. Newton and Lawrence. GLEN INNES. OI@si Sillies Myrssry. Fruit Trees. Roses, Ornamental Shrubs, Break wi...

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Telegrams. COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 4 June 1914

Tin—25s. "Wheat—3s ] Od to 3s 10Ad. Maize—4s fid to 5s. Chn.fl'—£3 15s to £5 15s. Bran—£5. Pollard—£5. Oaten Hay—£4 10s to £5 5s. Lucerne—£1 0s to £6 5a. Potatoes—£2 to £G. Butter—108s. Skins—Kangaroo skins: Grey lis to 87s, red 12s to 80s. Wallaby; Scrub 5s to 2-ls, swamp 0s to 30si rocks 5s to 12s. "Wallaroo 12s to 45s.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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STORY OF THE SHOOTING. "Do You Love Me Now?" [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 8 June 1914

" Do Yois Love M© Mow 1" The shooting of Irvine caused a great sensation at the time. At noon on Saturday, March. 7, a young -wom an entered Hogan's tailor's shop, King Street, City, and walking up to Irvine fired four shots at him. Two bullets found their mark, and then she turned the weapon on herself, two of the shots entering her left breast. According to the accounts- of eye-wit nesses the woman walked into the shop, pushed through to the section where the cutters were at work, and pulled a revolver out of her hand-bag. Before anyone could get near Ker she fired point blank at Irvine, who with head bent was cutting a piece of cloth. Trvine staggered back crying " Oh! Oh !Ho was shot through the lungs. He recovered himself with a great effort and dashed straight for a spiral staircase. The woman crying out " Do you love me now, " chased him round and round the stairs. The man reached the first landing and was just about to ma'-.e a dash for the second fight of winding stairs whe...

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Why She Shot Him. HE HAD PROMISED TO MARRY HER. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 8 June 1914

Ik J HE HAD PROMISED TO MAItltY HE It., ACCUSED ACQUITTED. SYDNEY, Thursday. A young woman, Alice Mabel Ran kin, was placed on trial at the Crim inal Court to-day charged with wounding Gilbert David Trvinc, a tailor's cutter, with intent to murder him. Accused, who sobbed bitterly, gave evidence that Irvine obtained a posi tion for her as a barmaid at Newcastle four years ago. He promised he would marry her. She did not then know he was already a married man, and she began to prepare for her wedding. Then when she was in delicate health he told her he was about to re-marry. On the Friday before the shooting he told her he was married. She asked him why he had deceived her. He replied • that he did not want to lose her. She denied that she decoy ed Irvine out to Bondiand had locked him in her bedroom. He came out of his own free will nnd stayed with her an hour. He had frequently, borrowed money oft' her.: She had lent him about L-iO in various amounts. Medical evidence was tendered ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Murder in Degrees. CAPITAL CODE. PROPOSED AMENDING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 8 June 1914

CAPITAL CODE. PROPOSED AMENDING BILL: A far-it aching amendment of the criminal code is contemplated by the Government in relation to often ce& which are now In the capital category. It is understood that the Attorney' Gonetal, Mr. Hall, has in hand a bil whieh provides for radical altorationsi Scarcely a Cabinet meeting goes by. without Ministers being called upon to commute a death sentence, and they hold the opinion that the law -which provides for'tho pronouncement of the [ death penalty in cases in which pub lic opinion is against it being given effect to should be replaced by an enactment more in accordance „ with modern humanitarian ideas. It is well known that there is a section of the Labor Party in favor of the aboli tion of capital punishment altogether, and, although Mr. Hall's bill will not go the length of carrying out the de_ sires of the section, it is said that ij will greatly circumscribe the offeneeH f jr which the extreme penalty may bo imposed by Judges....

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 — 8 June 1914

The Local Land Board held a, two days' sitting on Wednesday and Thursday last, when the following eases were dealt with Tuesday. P. Larressy, sp lse 12.51, 40 acres. Approved for 44 acres'at £1 per an num for 24 years. William Petrie, e 1 320 acres. For appraisement of rent. Appraised at 3d per acre. John Rock, sen., v. Charles J. Hurtz. Claim in respect of fenciug. Settlod out of Court. Claims in respect of fencing—B. Quinn v. W. Burke. Settled out of Court ; C. H. Brauer v. B. Quirin. Contribution found at £8* Wednesday. For Consideration. J. Rhodes, jun., cu lse 153 acres. "Withdrawn. H. Homer, a 1 1700 acres. Re ferred tc Mines Department for further report. G. Petrie, cn lse 2260a (Grafton). Postponed. M. A. Petrie, 14.10, 2200 acres (Casino). Postponed. Application for Exemption from Fencing. F. J. Skinner, cp 12.1, etc.— Granted. For Permission to Erect Give-and Take Fencing. F. J. Skinner, c 1 12.2, etc.—Ap proved. Fencing erected is sufficient compliance with law. E. J. McC...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 8 June 1914

For children's hacking cough at night' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure 1/6 GEORGE BRAUER haa purchased Mr Fred. Dearden's Butchering "Business and haa reduced the price of beef a half-penny all round. Prices are as follows:— BEEF. Sirloiu ... ... 4Jd per lk Rump Steak ... 5d „ Kib Roast... ... 4d „ Steak ... ... 4d „ Corned Beef ... 3i^d „ Coined Round ... id „ MUITON, ® Legs and Loins ... 3d . „ Chops ... ... old „ Fare-quarters ... 4Ad „

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A.J.C. WINTER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 8 June 1914

A'.J.C. "WINTER RACES. First Hurdle Race.—-Demand, Zoe liolme, Brini'berrv. Winner 8 to 1. Time, 3.4G;}. Novice Handicap.—Holy Smoke, Lady Avington, Chid. Winner 10 to 1. Time, 14.42. First .Stecpleelia.se.— Don Q., Wad don, Nolinga. Winner 8 to 1. Time, 5.2(U . First Nursery Handicap.—Head wind, Brinsmead, My Palm. Winner 2 to 1,. Time, 1.2;|. June Stakes.—Cool Air, Herring bone, iSvlvander. .Winner 12 to 1. Time, l.'ll. Ellesinere Handicap.—Finn, Lime light, Bruuliilda. Winner i3 to 1. Time, 2.8 J. At the Adelaide races on Saturday the Birthday Cup was won by Orvieto, Hamburg "Belle second, and Friar Pcrfcet third. . The latest billiard scores are:—j Newman (receives 2000) 15,740, Gray 15,37-1.

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 — 8 June 1914

3 m It would toll you all about tho ']uality of leather in tho BOOTS of TOWNEND AND MITCHELL and the witching hours of ease and comfort spent in thom—the attractive appearance backs up any talk in itn favor. TOWN.END & MITCHELL'S customers are a genuing talking " ad " for oar Fashionable . i nrfi ra01 SiSS H/ n We do not stock the common makes—only tho medium and superior quality. The latest are: Also Willow Calf Bal., Gun Metal and Patent Sole ; guar antecd to fit any foot. Tan Ladies' Shoes in all Fashionable Styles. BOOT & SHOE" SPECIALISTS Fred Siet THE following unsolicited letter shows that people want to get rid of the Saddles they have and get KNEIPP'S MAKE. , 1912.—Sir,—Just a line about the "Honeysuckle, Yarrowitch, ISC, 2b saddle I received from yon. I am well satisfied with It, being light and well finished and comfortable to ride in, never shifting on a horsea'a back. I can ride a very small pony in the bush down hill without a cropper. Every person who ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 8 June 1914

BOXING. Terry Keller defeated Bandsman Rice on points at Liverpool (Eng.) 011 Thursday. The championship battle between the famous American middleweiglits, Jim Clabby and Jeff Smith was "wit nessed by 15,000 spectators in the Sydney Stadium 011 Saturday night. Smith got the decision on points. Clabby led a left. There was a clinch and Smith sent a left rip to the bod}'. There were several clinches, both showing wonderful defensive skill in breaking. From a clinch Clabby uppercut his opponent to the chin and Smith cooly ducked. Clabby led and after a clinch was broken Smith drove a hard straight left to the nose. Smith now produced the form shown against McGorty. Clabby missed a lot of his blows and was hooted in the sixteenth round for sticking his head under Smith's chin and boring him to tho ropes. A second later he ripped a left which landed low. The specta tors hooted. I11 theli^st round Smith repeatedly made Clabby miss with wild swings. Clabby tried, the left but Smith uppercu...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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