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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
Th«r« are two serious oignala of kidn«y ills. The firBt cignal cornea from the back, with numerous aches and pains. The second signal comcs in tho kidnoy secretions, the urine is thin and pale, or too highly col ored, and showing briok-dust-lilio de posit, Urination is infrequent, too fr«quent, or excessive. You should bud thCBOt danger pignalo before chronic complications set in—dia betes, dropey, Bright's DiBeaBe. Take Doan'o Backache Kidney Pillo in time and the cure is simple Mr. J. Martin, Bootmaker, Fergu son-street, Glen Innes, oayo " I usad Doan'a Backache Kidney. Fills for weakness of tho kldn'-aya and . backache, and I am pleased to Gay they cured me. I had been p. con • stant sufferer for a -long time, £ho .weakness being most unpleasant. Be fore I used Doan'o Backache Kidney Pille I could not retain the secre tions ten minutes. After taking] tbem^ I could oleep soundly at night and not be disturbed once. They are grand pills .and I am only too pleas ed to give testimony ...
An Appreciation of the Great Dairying Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
The strides made by the dairying industry in this State during the patt quarter of a century bave been simply wonderful, and nobody 25 years ago could possibly have • foreseen what a great national asset the dairying in dustry was destined to become. By tho aid of modern imuhinery the butter manufactured in this State is equal to anything manufactured in any other part of the world. Land, which a few years ago was given over to sheep and cattle, is now sub divided into numerous dairy farms, to the unquestionable benefit of the geneyai community. The success of the dairying industry in this State is largely due to the following factors— The almost universal use of the "Alfa Laval" Cream Separators, the installa tion of the L-K-G. Milking Machines in many of the large dairies, and to the splendid results obtained by the various co-op, butter factcries, the machinery for which, in many in stances, was supplied by ourselves, thereby enabling tne factories to economically manufacture the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
THE MARK OF 75 years REPUTATION the purest spirit IN THE WORLD Tfey Stir fe .life NO KtivlEDY AS P.O.-.w; MORSE'S INDIAN HOOV i'iLLS. "I saw by advertisement that Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills vrere re commended for Indigestion," whites Nurse Evelyn Nelson, of 4-1 Belmore Street, Iiozelle, N.S.W., "and decided to gi?e them a trial being a g'rejt sufferer from that malady. I was so bad that I could scarcely oat any thing, and frequently felt- iq tho morn in/?, pp. ins between the shoul ' ' 1 ,i- riiii? ' i .. f';r. 1. i. j 'vl.'?. iii:'. ' .-.OS L i .... ' a. nount of beiiuiu. and have .. L tho former symptoms- which paused me so much trouble in the past. I always keep' them for use in ease ot need, and recommend them frequent ly to others. You have my consent to use (his testimony for publication." The climate of Australia is such that the Liver gets out cf order quicker than any other orpan of the hedy. When the Liver does get out . of order the whole system if: upset, and Constipa...
Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
The Minister for Customs states that o. proclamation has been issued prohibiting the exporation from Aus tralia from October ne.^fc of marga rine containing any substance, mater ial or ingredient'which had the effect of making margarine'resemble batter.' Three important arrests were made on Sunday night in connection with the large number of robberies which have been perpetrated lately in the city and suburbs. A wild scene which almost resulted in a free fight occurred on Sunday at Clyde in the soccer match between Auburn district and Holroyd. Two players collided, one of them falling. "When he rose he struck a player named Newhouse 011 the mouth. In stantly both sides lined upand threat ened violence to each other, but the referee interfered and suspended the game for a few minutes. The game continued later without a, further out break. Maddened by injuries received in a railway accident a cow jumped the railway fence at Rochester, Melbourne, on Saturday, tossed a little girl, char...
Tennis [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
The following are the scores in the Park v. Gymnasium mutch which took place on Saturday last:— ! Miss Rcid and Mr. Waller v. Miss Garr and Mr. Reid ... C—5 Miss Rcid and Mr. Waller v. Mr. and Mrs. Jardino 6—3 Miss Roid and Mr. Waller v. Miss Manfrodi and O'Shea ... 6—3 Miss Whereat and Rev. Hynes v. Mrs. Garner nnd Mr. Newton 6—2 Miss Whereat and Rev. Hyries v. Miss Garr and Mr. Reid 6—0 i Miss Whereat and Rev. Hynes v. Miss Manfredi nnd O'Sliea ... S--0 Mrs. Wilson and Mr. Wilson v. Mr. and Mrs. Jardino C—2 Mrs. Wilson and Mr. Wilson v. Miss Garr and Mr. Reid €—4 Mrs. Wilson and Mr. Wilson v. Mrs. Garner and Mr. Newton 2—fi Miss Smith and Mr. Thomas v. Miss Corney and Mr. Corney 6—5 Miss Smith and Mr. Thomas v. Mrs. Garner atnd Mr. Newton 1—6 Mrs. Bruxner and Mr. Smith v. Mr. and Mrs. Jardine 0—0 Mrs. Bruxner and Mr. Smith v. Miss Corney and Mr. Corney €—1 Mrs. Bruxner and Mr. Smith v. Miss Manfredi and O'Shea ... 6—3 Totals.—Gymnasium, 12 sots 75
Volcanic Dust in the Atmosphere. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
Volcanic Dust in the Atmosphere. — * From matij' points in Amcrica and Europe come reports of an unusual turpidity of the atmosphere, which began last summer and still con tinues. This is manifested in a marked diminution of the ■ intensity of solar radiation, as measured with the phrheliometer, abnormal dis placement of the neutral points of atmosphoric , polarisation, a hazy appearance of the sky, and the 'pre sence of Bishop's ring around the sun. From Dublin Sir John Moore wrote : "The sky is constantly cov ered with a thin film of uniform cloud in which no haloes develop, and through which the sun, moor., and stars shine with a subdued, sickly brightness." Observers in Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, ami Germany; as well as America, re port an unusual lack of blueness in the sky. There seems to be even reason to attribute these pheno mena to the presence in the upper atmosphere of an immense pall of dust arising from the explosive eruption of Katmni volcano, in Alaska. Similar eff...
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
Household Hints. An egg that is cracked can lie boiled by enclosing it in a piece of soft paper. When the paper becomes wet it adheres to the egg, and prevents it from coming through the shell. This process should be successful in every case where the crack is of moderate size. A great help in .reducing the coal bill is to purchase a firebrick about 2in. thick, and when the fire is burning well and the coal all aglow, lay the flat brick 011 top. This will intercept the heat which would other wise go up the chimney, and when red.hot will prove an eflicient fac tor in heating the room. A little pipe-clny dissolved in the water used for washing clothes im proves the colour of the linen, sav ing time and labour. It is parti cularly good for kitchen cloths and other coarse and much-soiled articles and will not damage tlie finest fab ric. To prevent cheese from getting hard, cut n small piece oil for present use and place the remain der in a cool sale. Spread a thin film of butter over th...
A Brilliant Britisher. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
A Brilliant Britisher. I , I Whenever the value of the Wild liirds Protection Act is questioned, it is customary to mention the King-fisher as one of the birds which, by this means, • has been saved from extinction. I am afraid that a great deal yet remains to be done before this, the most bril liant of all birds, is as common as it should be. The kingfisher in the ordinary sense has few enemies. True, water rats may at times interfere with its do mestic. arrangements owing to the fact that the bird does not build its nest in trees or shrubs but 011 the bank of a stream, but there, so far as JCature is concerned, the woes of the kingfisher end. The bird has nothing to fear from birds of prey, for its daily occupation sel dom takes it out into the open. Quiet streams and rivers still abound, in spite of the cry "that England is overcrowded, while the water liter ally, teems with the food the bird lives on. Add to all this the fact that these birds have large families and it will be s...
COCOANUT LOAF CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
COCOANUT LOAF CAKE. One cup sugar, £ cup cocoanut, 1 egg, 3 tablespoons melted butter, 1 cup milk, 2 cups flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder. Place the melted butter nnd sugar together and stir well ; then add the boa ten egg and milk, then flour and baking powder, beating well. When all is smooth, add cocoanut, and bake half an hour in a quick oven.
PUFF PASTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
PUFF PASTRY. lib flour, 1 lemon, lib butter, 1 pint water. Sift the flour and make into a paste with the lemon juice and water, work til! quite smooth and soft, squeze the butter dry in a cloth, roll out the paste just large enough to wrap the butter in, wrap up in paste, and let it stand in a very cold place for IS minutes, then roll out and fold up again. .Do this six. or seven times, Jetting it stand about 1~> minutes between each rolling. For patty cakes roll out a quarter of an inch thick, cut out with a tumbler' and bake in very quick oven.
QUEEN CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 July 1914
QUEEN CAKES. One pound flour, ilb butter, ill) sugar, 3 eggs, 41b currants,, teacup ltiilk, dessertspoon baking powder. Boat butter and sugar to a cream, add eggs and milk, "currants, and lastly flour and baking powder sift ed together, flavour to taste, and bake in'patty pans.
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 6 July 1914
A rather largo portion of a recent issue of "The lleview" of Banking, Insurance aim .Finance is devoted, to articles on the retiring aud newly ap pointed General Manager of the A. B.C. Bank Ltd, and also a report of a presentation that was made to the former. Mr. A. P. Stewart, on the termination of his connection of many years with the bank, when the ollicers and stafl'handed him a cheque for a substantial amount. The hope is ex pressed by "The Review" that this gentleman will now devote some of his well earned leisure to literature. A portrait and character sketch of the new general manager, Mr. GV McA, C, Shannon, is presented, and attention is willed .to the particularly interesting features of his career. Although Mr. Shannon canio from London to take up this appointment it is perhaps not generally kuo.wn that most of his hanking experience was obtained in an Australian bank established there, and that for about 15 years of his third of a century ex perience he was in charge of...
"Strand" Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 6 July 1914
The July number of the " Strand" Magazine .is full of interest. In iic tion it is particularly strong, the con tributors being AV. Ilobert Fomn, AY. Pett Kidge, Christabel Yates, Arthur Eckersloy, C. H. Bovil, P. G. AVode liouse, and P. Anstey. "All in a Day's AVork" is a'cleverly written and thrilling story of Indian police service —one of the characters named is an Australian, but it cannot be said the story is to the credit of Australia. For tennis lovers the article entitled "Fights for the .Davis Cup".by J. C. Park should be of absorbing interest —it is -tfell illustrated with the lead ing players who have in the past fought for the Cup, and as as the pre sent juncture the Davis Cup is being contested tenuis lovers turn with interest to the doings of the other side of the ' world. " Royalty before the Camera" by the Court photo grapher to nearly all the crowned heads of Europe gives ninny insights into the private life of Kings anil Queens. It is illustrated by original photogr...
Drake News. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 6 July 1914
(From Our Own Correspondent.') On Friday evening lust the annual Church of England Social was held in Hcluiol of Avts hall, and the occasion wus marked by a great tfuccesa. The hall was crowded and the floor in good order, whilst the music was all that could he desired. Tn the first part the children, who had been most care fully prepared by Miss Glasby, gavp several very amusing action songs, which were applauded to the ccho by a very appreciative audience. Tho entertainment was also greatly en hanced by songs from local artists, whose artistic merits were appreciated. During the evening a very tastv sup per was prepared and handed round by the fair sex, who, as ever, had not spared themselves in adding to the enjoyments- of tho evening, which i was brought to a- good finish at 2 "a.m. The grateful thanks of the Church Committee are most heartily accorded to those who so ably worked for and obtained a good financial issue, and , also to the friands who crowned -their | efforts by t...