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HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

H0B3EBUSH. [ Winohcombe, Carson, Ltd., wirod us to-day as follows :—Market 10s better. Beef 30s to 35s per lOOlbs. Bullocks £7 to £15, cows £4 to £11.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL OF ARTS v. WALLANGARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

| School of Arts- v. Wallanuakka. - The above teams plnycd on the School of Arts courts on Saturday last, and when rain interfered with the play the local team had a lead of 32 games. Scores :— Dr." North and S. Shipp v. Freeman and J. Geyer ... 6—2 Coughlin and Miss Imbergcr v. C. Geyer and Miss Cusaclc G—0 S. Shipp and Miss Connor v. D. Shea and Mrs. Heffernan 0—1 Br. North and Miss Mathieson v. Sambrook and Miss K. Cusack ... ... ... G—2 A. Doyle and Miss lingers v. Shambrook and Miss Cusack 6—2 Samo v. D. Shea and Mrs. | Heffernan ... ... ... 5—4 A. Keid and A. Leech v. P. ^ Geyer and Carrick... ... G—1 Same v. C. Geyer and Miss Cusack ... ... ... 6—5 A. Doyle and Coughlin v. Freeman and J. Geyer ... 6—3 Totals.—School of Arts, 8 sets 48 games; Wallangarra, 0 sets 16games. A tennis match will be played on Saturday next on the Gymnasium courts between the Gymnasium and Tarban Clubs. In the doubles at the Kent lawn tennis championship Wilding and Brookes beat McNair and Prebble. W...

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 — 15 June 1914

Mr. M. S. Quinlan, deposition clerk to the local I-wind Board, was farewelled by his fellow officers at Armidale, prior to his departure for Sydney, to occupy a position in the in the Immigration and Tourist Bureau. He was made the recipient of a handsome dressing case, with i silver-mounted fittings. To-day Mr. Alex Stewart, of Mil lera, arrived at the ago of 80 years, and to mark the event members of liis family from different parts of this State and Queensland gathered at " Aldersbot", where the day was spent with them. Mr. Stewart re ceived many expressions of good wish es, amongst which was one from tho Bordor Caledonian Society. "We join with the many friends of Mr. Stewart in wishing him many more birthdays. Messrs A. J. Smith and P. Hawk ins left'yesterday for tho llockhamp ton Carnival, which opened on Satur day. The ten-year old daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Nowlan, of Stein bvook, 5b an inmate of tho private hospital suffering from severe injuries received from scalding. T...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes. TENNIS. PARK v. TARBAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

Patjk v. Ta.i:isan. The Park Club journeyed to Tarban by Mr. A. Wintertim's motor car on Saturday last and ivero defcutod by a Tarbuu team by 1!) games. Tho visitors were ontertairiod to luncheon and afternoon tea by the home team. Following are the scores :— Nowton and Miss Manfredi v. Wood and Miss Fcrgusson 1—6 Sumo v. Christie and Miss Christie ... ... ... 6—1 Same v. Waugh and Miss Hill 6—u Reed and Miss Corney v. Waugh and Miss Hill ... 4—6 Same v. Wood and Miss Fer gusson ... ... 3—6 Same v. Smith and Mrs. Smith 6—3 Same »•. Christie and Miss Christie ... ... ... 1—1 Jardine and Mrs. Jardine v. Christie and Miss Christie 4—6 •Same v. Waugh and Miss Hill 2—6 Same v. Smith and Mrs. Smith 0—G Winterton and Miss Manfredi ' v. Smith and Mrs. Smith ... 2—6 Winterton and Mrs. Jardine v. Wood and Miss Fcrgusson 2—G Totals.—Tarban, 7 sets 5G games ; Park, 4 sots 37 games.

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 — 15 June 1914

There arc many points of ad vantage ubout our Groceries that you will ;ipprceiate. Onr enormous turnover en ables us, first I v. to keep our stocks always fresh ; second ly, wo buy at low prices ; thirdly, wc can SELL at low prices. We choose the vcrv best brands of goods, Onlv those that are cleanly made and properly packed find room oa our shelves. In short, at Heid's you get QUALITY groceries at prices that you would pay efsewhere for ordinary and inferior brands. ■PEGIAL LBNES - FOR wiNTEg. ■ - Regulato your diet during the winter and you'll be far warmer and quite free frr.rn coughs and colds. .Nourish sis we are now specialising in. We have delicious Tomato Soups, Tasty Soup Sausage.-1, Tinned Tomatoes, Fruit Mince Meat in Jars and Tins, Sweet Corn, famous Grape Nuts, and the crisp, crackling, Post Toasties that " melt in the mouth " These are all very easy to prepare and are extremely palatable. Other splendid lines include Go,arcs (genuine) Scotch Cut Meal, " Quaker " Puffed...

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 — 15 June 1914

: OPTICS'! ;A word about Eyes and their •treatment. DO YOU KNOW tliat you have in your midst AT JENSEN'S a thoroughly qualified Qptician, certified by practical examination ? IF SO, theii why get Spec-1 tacles from strangers who hap pen to come from door to door carrying a test-case, and of' Whom you know nothing but what they tell you. To test sight scientifically is absolutely impossible with out proper instruments and a'proper test-room_to do it in. ' We are here, always at your service. Consult us, we cau : : |treat you scientifically, and ■: guarantee satisfaction. Fur thermore, you cau at any time < see us again, but the stranger is here to-day, and perhaps you never see him again. Be careful of your sight— j the most valuable asset of ■ your life. JENSEN'S, Watchmakers, Jewellers j and Opticians. ; Owing to the high prices and the • ucarcity ol stock, wc, the undersign ed-butchers, notify that on and after • MQNDAY, the 15th June, our prices Will be aa under, Jor c...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

The Tenterfield Courier Ai.l District A1vo;ats Winter School For Farmers.—In order to give intending students every opportunity-, of taking advantage of the winter school for farmers at Havkesbury Agricultural College, it lias been decided to* extend the date of entry to 19th June. Persistent Lover.—During a trip from England to New Zealand, a veterinary surgeon fell in love with a girl who, however, did not reciprocate his affection. The pair recently ar rived at Greymouth. Though the man was rebuffed he persisted in his desire to have the girl. She avoided him but on Thursday afternoon he waylaid her in the street and a struggle ensued when, without warn ing, a shot was fired, The bullet fortuua^ely missed its mark. Eventu ally the girl was placed in safety, whereupon the lover shot himself anil died almost immediately. Sasuy Flat.—Our correspondent writes : The 4th stage of Capt. "White match rifle copetition will be fired 011 Saturday next, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp. Lunch ...

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 — 15 June 1914

Edward J. Pktherick, Dentist-. ' Tarcoola," House Street, Tenterfield.*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

Sunday next the shortest clay in the year. Clifton-Vane Dramatic Coy. ap pear in the School of Arts on Thurs day next. Big cattlo sale at Amosfield on Thursday. Municipal Council fortlmightly meeting to-night. Lyceum Pictures in the School of Arts to-morrow night. Polico and Licensing Court on Wednesday. Dance at Leech's Gully on Friday night. The Glen Innes Polo team. intends visiting Sydney next [month ' to take part in the Dudley Carnival. Mr. Archie White, of Bolivia, is included in the team. We understand it is the intention of the local Musical Socioty to stage " The Geisha " next month. Electors are again reminded that enrolment cards aio available at every .Post Ofiice in the State. Those who are not already on the rolls should get on at once to avoid prosecutions. Largo numbers of stock have been trucked at the local yards for the southern markets during tho past few days. The. Box Plan opened on Friday fit Llewellyn's forthe Clifton-Vane GV We should advise booking early j...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

KissoSutiosi of Partnership. The partnership hitherto existing between us the undersigned and under which we carried on - the black« smithing business in High street, has been dissolved, and all accounts swing to the partnership must be- paid to either of us within 14 days from date. Tenter'field 30th April, 1914 The' business will in -future be' carried on by W. J. PEARCE, who solicits a continuance of business. What iQuchee lor Pocket loot ? If you wish to have a home of your own, by becoming a memljor of the North Sydney Starr Bowkett Society you will eventually obtain the means to get one. Get particulars from W. J. PEARCE. H. NORRIS. — WHY THE A. E. YOUNG. Agent for North. Fruit Trees. Roses, Ornamental Shrubs, Break« winds, Heclgo Plants, aud Pot Plants ', of all Description. Hundreds -and- Thousands of Tie93 . to Select from. Descriptive Catalogues sent Posl 1 Free, to any address. E. V/. LAUFF & SON, NURSERYMEN, GLEN IN1TES T. ,0'LEAllY is still conducting the Old Es...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Agricultural Society [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

A special meeting of the committee of the above was held on Saturday afternoon, when there were present: Messrs Chich (chair), \V. and P. J. Reid, T. Boob, H. Manser, Kemp, Cowin, Trcdinnickj Taylor, Finnerty, J. O. Johncton, James Donnelly, Thomas, Cowin and the Secretary, F. W. Hoakin. The Secretary read the advertise ment calling for tenders for the pur chase of the old pavilion, and the advertisement calling the meeting. Mr. Manser asked would the money to be derived from the sale of the old building go the Building Fund or General Account. Both the Chairman and Treasurer Bftid the Building Fund. Two tenders were, received and op ened as follows : G. Kyburz and Son, L80; J. F. Thomas, L52 10s. Mr. Thomas moved that Messrs Kyburz and Son's tender be accepted. They had tendered a reasonable amount. It would cost no less than L30 to pull it down. Mr. Roos se conded. Mr. W. Reid said lie would strong ly oppose the accepting of the tender, ■which was an absurd price. The iron OQ the ...

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Extended Telephone Communications. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

SExtencJedi TelepSioroe Com munications. The following are the charges, places and distance?, for telephonic communications between the Tentcr fickl Exchange and those named : •-1 5 a H \-4 cd u-i Bp $ ^ sr. o a s a 3- 3 J± S o P 03 H- g. - P" S B" 2 go 2 **» m S' 3sa g S !• § 5° 01 o • "DM e d a d Aberdare 381 — 4 4 -33 Aberfoyle 155 — 2 4 — J 9 Abermain 365 — 4 4 — 33 Adamstowu 385 — 4 4 — 33 ArmidalB 123 — 1 10 -1 4 Attunga 212' — 2 10 — 21 Barraba 258 — 3 4 — 26 Bective 215 — 2 10 — 21 Belford 346 — 3 10 — 2 10 Ballbrook 197 — 2 4 — 19 Bondcmcer 226 — 2 10 — 21 Bon Lomond 80 — 1 4 — 10 Bingara 294 — 3 4 — 26 Bishop's Bridge 365 — 4 4 — 33 Boolaroo 385 — 4 4 — 3 3, Bowling Alley Point Branxton Broadmoadow Brodio's Plains Buchanan Bundarra Cardifl Caroda Carrington Carroll Gap Charleatovrn Cobbadah Oomara Cooney Creek Currabubula Dockyard Dudley Duncan's Creek Dungowan Duri East Greta East Maitland Ebor Vullerton Cove George's. Creek Gidley Gilgai Glencoe — 2 10 — 2 1 — 3 4 — 2 6 ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
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Gazette Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

Gazette Notices Mineral Lease No 40, Drake, has been voided. Dredging Lease Application No 20, Wilson's Downfall, by E. Russell, has been granted, subject to the expendi ture within three months from the ■ date of lease of the sum of L1500 in the construction of a hydraulic sluic ing plant. Crown Leases granted to John Neagle, George "William Watson,. Dav id Henry Harper, P. R. V. Cox, II, L. Hillier, R. A. Campbell and Jamos Morris have been executed. A Special Lease of about 12 acres,' parish Mingoola, has been granted to G. E. S. Dean. The rents of tho following Condi tional Leases have been determined at the amounts stated: No 28527, James Dwyor, parish Booroo, 480 acres, 3id ( per aero: No 28606, James Stack, ( parish Barney Downs, 293 acres, 2;}d , por acre; No 28688, David Cullen, par ish Acacia, djd per acre ; No 21089, same owner, parish Maryland, 4-jd per acre; No 28721, Susan Muir, parish' Maryland, 4d por acre; Nos 28752 and 28753, parish Deepwater, 4:}d per acre; No2885...

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 — 15 June 1914

SEED : OATS, FOR SALE. ■ Gissing <&. Rutherford,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

TSb® ©roirn Motel, URBENVIILE. ' W. L. VON HAIITEN begs to announco that he has started business at Urbenvillc. Excellent accommo dation Very convenient for travel lers. Good stabling and paddocks Only cost oiands of liquors stocked. GLEN INNES. Will Visit Tentcrfielil Regularly. THE following unsolicited letter shows that! people -want to get rid of the Saddles they have and get KN"EIPP'S MAKE. , 1912,—Sir,—Just a line about the "Honeysuckle, Yarro witch, Nov. ZC saddle X received from you. I ain wel l satisfied with it, being light and well finished and comfortable to ride in, never shifting on a horses's back. I can ride a very small pony in the bush down hill without a crupper. Every person who sees it passes a g ood opinion of it, and say they will have one as soon as they can get rid of the Baddies they have. 'Wisliing you every success in the future, lam, yourB eineerely, Amos. J. Chaniler, Jan. Honeysuckle, Yarrowitch." 1 "We have a large Btock of saddles with all the latest...

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P.A.M. Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

The monthly meeting of this com mittee was held on Friday evening wlion there were present. Messrs. Woodward (president), Thomas, Con nor, Kline, Tioid, Ropor, Pliippnrd, Mitchell, East, Bartlott, McDonald (Hon.Treas.) and Whereat (Hon Sec.) Tho minutes of the last monthly and special meetings were confirmed 011 the motion of Messrs Kline and Roper. Correspondence. From N.S.W. Invalid and Old Ago Pensions office re a patient Waller. The Secretary said it could not bo found that such a person had ever been a patient and he would reply to that effect. From Nurso Edwards thanking committee for appointment as Matron —Received. From Secrotary Vegetable Creek Hospital asking for particulars of charges for patients, in infectious wards—The Secretary said ho had replied that their charge was XI Is por week and cost of anti-toxin in ad dition. ; From McEwan it Co -with instruc tions in connection with their lighting plant during winter months—Re ceived. From J. P. Curran, Drake, re a patient...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

I1 or children's licking cough ut night AToods' Greata Peppermint Ctirel/U

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Take Peps Regularly. The Real Safeguard Against Throat and Chest Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

Tlio Heal Safeguard Against Throat and Chest Troubles. It is id ways best at this dangerous time of the year to carry a box of Peps, and lot one or two of these breatheablo tablets dissolve in the mouth. This if the surest way to ar rest a cold or chill in its first stages, and so prevent its settling on the lungs. ; In Train or Tram Peps -will enable you to award off the danger arising from winds and draughts, or from con tact with people suffering from in fectious colds, influenza, and chest complaints. If a Persistent Tickling Cough seizes you, Peps will at once rid you of tho cause of the irritation, and will save you from an obstinate attack of sore throat or bronchitis. For the Children, tho safost and most pleasant . throat and chest remedy is Peps. Peps are free from all harmful drugs, .and soon stop croudiness, wheezing and bad breath ing. For the Old Folks Peps mean rest ful days and peaceful nights, un broken by the exhausting cough of bronchitis, or tho stifling spasms o...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Double Dissolution (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

(CONTKIBUTED.) ■For just twelve months the Federal Labor-Caucus Party have been playing the part of the dog in the manger. . The people said at the last General Elections, that they were no longer to manage (or more strictly speaking, to mismanage) the Common wealth pub lic affairs; and because the people pronounced that dictum the Caucus determined that the Liberal Party should not be allowed to do so either. The course taken by the Labor mem. bora was ono of consistent obstruction —obstruction in the House of Repre sentatives, and absolution * prevention in the Senate of the passage of any legislation. This plan of conduct ■was during the whole of the two ses sions, strictly carried out.' There was nothing at all surprising in that, especially to thoseVlio properly under stand the whole movement of organ ised labor; for they clearly see its parallel carried out by the unions in regard to industrial arbitration. So long as the unions get everything they want, arbitration laws arc a...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 15 June 1914

The,usual monthly mooting of the above was hold on Friday, who a three were present: Crs White' (president), Crisp, Humphrey, W. H. Smith, Don nelly and l'nglis. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed on tho mo tion of Crs Smith and Donnelly. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Traction Engine gang.—-On road Tenterfield to Mingoola, between 20 and 44 mile : C chains formation ; r,3 lineal yards Ailing on formation ; 63 cubic yardB gravel spread over ; 20 chains of formation and 47 cubic yards of gravel and stone spread in maintaining, road and other necessary repairs at a cost of : in wages £66 8s, depreciation £5 8s, sundries £1 ; total £72 16s Gd. Stone Crushing gang.—Tenterfiold to Tabulam road, at Tabulnm. Crushed to 2in. metal 403 cubic yards of river boulders, at a cost of: wages £69 19s 2d; depreciation, 17 days, £8 10s ; sundries £1, total £179 9s 2d ; or an actual cost of 3s 8d per cubic yard, showing a profit of at least 8s per cubic yard or a total of £161 4s for tho mont...

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