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V.R.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
V.R.C. RAGES. Pines Hurdles Race.—Darrawa, The Vet, Light Ballast. Winner 5 to 1. St. Leger Stakes.—Itadnor, . Andc losia, Monodia. Winner 5 to *1 on. Newmarket Handicap. — lownit, Cider. Aleeoner. Winner 20 to 1. Won by half a length. Time, 1.13.1. Hires' Produce Stakes.---Woorak, Andesitie, Fidelio. Winner 7 to 2. Essendon Stakes.—Wallalo, Sea Prince, Audacity. Winner 25 to 1. Time, 2.3liJ. Brunswick Stakes.—Meritus St. Yano, Atora. Winner (i to 4.
Sporting Notes. TENNIS. Gynmusium v. Glen Innes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
TENNIS. Gynmusium v. .Glen Times. The match between Miss Dodds' team of lady players from Glen Innes and the Gymnasium Club on Thurs day last was won easily by the local team by 18sets and 72 games. The visitors as usual were treated to lunch and afternoon tea by the local team. The; visitors returned home by .mail train on Thursday night thoroughly pleased with their trip and speak highly of the treatment received at the. hands of the two local teams. Appended are the scores, Gymnasium being mentioned first in each in stance : — Misses Woodward and A. Iteid v. Miss Dodds and Williams 6—-1 Name v. Same... ... ... tl—'3 Misses Whereat v. Misses Mann and Lonsdale ... ... 6—.'3 Same v. Same ... G—1 Mrs. Neale and Miss L. Iteid v. Misses Perry and Lonsdale fi—1 Same v. .Same... ... ... 0—-1. -v. iteiuaml \\-lm(i\Viir(l v;'Misses'"Lonsdale, ami Maun ~ b—I Same v. Seme... ... ... G—2 Same v. Misses Dodd and Perry ti—3 Same v. Same... ... ... 6—2 Misses Whereat v. Misses Lonsdale and Perry...
Agricultural Society [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
The final weekly Show ooinmittcc meeting was held on Saturday after" noon, when there were present Messrs. : G. W. Smith (President), Warner, ' Thomas, P. .lteid,. Corrin, Cowin, G. Smith, Wilkie, J. Imberger, Tredin- • nick, Whereat, J. Donnelly, Fiimerty, Hawkins, Petheriek, and IV. lteid (Hon. See.) ' . The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. ' Correspondence. From Mr. Dawlor, Killarnoy, stat ing that owing to the bad weather he 1 would he unable to be present with liis riding gallery at the Show. The . ' , ' Treasurer stated they had made ar rangements with the riding gallery which had been in town for the past week and had accepted' .£14, which was the best price they would give 011 account of a Joy Wheel being 011 the ground. Action endorsed. From Police Department stating that extra police, would he, in town_ —y. &lt;1 uring Show week as reijUOKtcd. "'"Re eoitcd. , . .. From .Morehead Bros., Brisbane, '.yy stating that ;nstnietions from ^ atr. -J...
FINAL ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
FINAL ACCEPTANCES. The following are the final accept ances for the Australian Cup, to bo run to-morrow (Tuesday) :— The Parisian, Sea Prince, Desire, Lord Alwyne, Audacity, Harpist, "NY assail, Prizefighter, Matource, Loch Amos, Andelosia, Wallalo, Belove, Diabolo, Calamus, Obi, Coradil, St. Vano, Gladwyn, Lord Grey, Uki. (By " Trenton.")' The Australian Cup will he run to-morrow and those that[ look to have the best chance are Sea Prince, Lord Alwyne, Wallalo, St. Yp.no, Belove, Coradil, and Harpist, but I will look to the following, to run in the order named :— Belove ... ... ... 1 Sea Prince ... ... 2 Wallalo or St. Vane ... -3 The trustees of the English cham pionship have approved of Paddoivs challenge to Barry for the title. The ltosehill races, which were to have been held on Saturday, were postponed on account of the rain until to-day. The latest scores in the billiard match between Cray and Falkinor are:—Gray 16,450, Ealkiner (receives 5000) I 6, I BS. Dully beat Freddy We...
MISS MARY CRISP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
MISS MARY CRISP. At this carnival time for Tenter field it make out duty sad to have to record the death otj Miss Mary (Polly) Crisp, .second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Crisp, of the Coffee Palace, at the early age of 23 years. This young lady for many years past had been a sufferer from heart disease, and the cud came this morn ing at about. 5.30, a.m. Her sister had .slept with hiir and when she awoke found the deceased almost dead. Although the 'deceased had been ailing for a long'time' her end was somewhat unexpected, as last evening she was in the b&lt;]sr of spirits and walked to the railway station, to post some letters', and 'was looking forward with interest to the arrival of a friend by train to-day. .Before re tiring for the night sjie was joking with her mother. The funeral will tlikc place .to morrow afternoon in, the Methodist portion of the local cemetery. Wo sympathise with the bereaved in their trouble.
MR. WILLIAM HEDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
Mil. WILLIAM IIEDLEY. That saying " tronbhs come not in single tile but in battalions'" has linen correctly proved to the Hedley family. A litlc over a year ago, a brother of the. above young man was killed on the. railway line, at lhippville, and a short time afterwards their father, idr Phillip Hedley, died. Then ;t few weeks ago Mr. Jardine Hedley, of this town, of whotp "WilliuTti Ho.-lW was a grandson, passed itirav, and now the latter has been killer! through a riding accident. The Casino u Ex press " states as follows : —" Word was convoyed to .Senior-Sergeant. Earlier, oiticer in charge of the police at Casino, on Thursd;ty, tluit a vouth maned William lied lev, aged 17, had been killed through a fall from his horse at. lhtppville. The particulars which have reached us tire somewhat meagre, but it appears that t/te unfor tunate young fellow, in company with Henry Kapp, jun., was out riding in a paddock not far from home, when his horse stumbled and threw him. His companion r...
Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
Jack Johnson lias made himself notorious in Paris by getting into a despicable brawl through his wife's sensitiveness to insult. Germany has expended an enormous amount in developing aviation. Again an emphatic denial has been given to the rumour that Britain has ceded the Xew Hebrides to France. This time it is the Foreign Secretary, Sir Ed wa.id G rev, who speaks. The fares and freights on the X.S. Wales railways are to be increased. ■ The Government hopes to raise an additional .£200,000 per year by this means. A number of spurious sovereigns have been detected in the country towns of N.8.W. The Governor-General and Lady Denman are to sail from Melbourne on May 10 for England. A woman convicted of baby farm ing at Newcastle recently was sen tenced to nine months. Mr. Glynn, Minister for External . Allah's,'said that he would welcome a lurge addition to the population of the Commonwealth from the German Empire. Brigadier General Bridges will take tip the position of Inspector-Gene...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
Beautiful weather. •.The Show Opens To-morrow. Side r.'l 1 iiit.- hi fu.ti.ly Town overtaxed with strangers. Lytton'sTheatre to-nighc (Monday). Lyeeum Pictures to-night in School of Arts. There were no land applications locally last week. Show catalogues are now on sale. Everyone should.have one. Don't forget the big Show Stock Sales next Friday and Saturday. Special cheap excursion train from Armidale to the. local Show on Wed nesday morning, departing at night. Grand .Band .Ball in the Gymnasium Hall on Wednesday night. Attention directed to 31 r. John H.ynes: dip notice appearing in our business columns. Australian Cup run to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon. At the. recent Stanthovpe Show Miss E. Vock was awarded first prize for black and white oil painting and second prize for design for panel. Land .Board commences a sitting at the local Court House on Friday. Glen Tnnos Show next week. Special train from Tenterfield on second day. Diekman, of Sydney, won the 1 000 yards swimming ch...
Novel Punishment. TEETOTALLSM FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
TEETOTALLSM FOR LIFE. Leslie Edgar Gosney, 24, who had pleaded guilty to two counts of em bezzling funds of the Shire of Werri bree, while acting as collector was brought up for sentence in the general sessions, Melbourne. It was stated that Gosney was prepared to make restitution out of money under his father's estate. J udgo Eaglcson said Gosney would be allowed out on two sureties of .£100 each, to be of geod behaviour for the rest of his life, to abstain from alcoholic liquors and gambling during his bfetime, and repay to the Shire the whole of the money (about £100) which he had embezzled, within two months. Judge Eaglcson cautioned him that if he drank a gkiss of beer he would he brought up and sentenced to 10 months' imprisonment. AVilMam Thomas Brcsinun, wharf laborer, with one prior conviction, was found guilty of assault, occasioning aetual bodily barm. He was allowed his liberty on finding a surety of £50 to be of ■good behaviour and to abstain from intoxicating liquor an...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
Miss Loiniix, Tenterfield Statu if*, who has been the guest of M f. ami Mrs. It. A. Greene at the Brunswick Heads, arrived home on Saturday. Mr. and ' Mrs. It. Vowel I are at present in town and are staying at •' Stanmnn.'' On Monday morning last an old identity of the "Woodenbong district passed away in the person of Mrs. Martin, aged li t years. Mr. Knniie.rtoh, who succeeds Mr. Perkins as Crown .Land Agent at Ten tertield, arrived to take up his duties this morning'. Mr. Falser, who is not new to Tenterfield having relived at this otlice during last voir, has been acting temporarily during Mr. Perk it is absence on sick leave. Mr. P. 1!. A.Uworlh, who has been appointed .Staff .Surveyor for this dis trict. in Mr. Bishop's stead, has arrived in town.
New Zealand Alpine Disaster. THREE CLIMBERS LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
THREE CLIMBERS LOST. Telegrams- to Wellington from the Hermitage, N.Z., express fear that an accident had occurred to Mr. S. L. King, and English climber, who, with the guides, Thompson and Richmond, left on Tuesday to climb Mount Cook, on theTasman side. They were seen at the summit at noon on Thursday, and a subsequent search disclosed tracks disappearing on the Linda Glacier icewali, where a huge avalan che obliterated them between the Sil hcrhorn and Tiechelman peaks. The glacier wall is very broken at this point, am! if the party were caught by the avalanche it would be. swept into a deep ^ crevasse just below. The weather has been dreadful during the past ft'.w days, and the other guides fear that Mr. King's party has been lost. SYDNEY, Thursday. The body of Richmond, one of the guides with the missing Alpine party who started the ascent of Mount Cook, N.Z., over a week ago, was found this morning by a .search party, hut there were no signs of the other two King and Thompson, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
A Woman to be Beautiful must have beautiful hair.' Pretty locks have a subtle charm ; for as the pout says—" Fair tresses man's im perial rate ensnare.'' Mario Perman ent Hair .Stain removes the enemy of beauty—grayness, am] gives you hack the glorious hair of youth. It. matters not how gray and faded your hair lias become. Mario Permanent Hair .Stain will give, it a soft, silky lustre in .either light medium, or dark brown, or black. One dressing is all -that is required, and the result is permanent. Washing will not affect it. Not grcesv, non-injurious, it will promote the growth of vour hair and .give it row life, and vigor. One user says " You have paid me the best turn I ever had. Y our stain has given me. bark mv eharm of t'O years ago.'' .Seores of sueh letters have been re ceived from delighted users. "What Marie Permanent- Hair .Stain lias done for others it. ean do for yon. Win not try it ! Sold by R. H. Piiippard, Chemist, Tenterlield, and most chemists, or sent at oriee ...
Engine Beyond Control. SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON SOUTHERN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 2 March 1914
ski; ious acoi dent on south ern line. A .serious smash occurred at Wcrai, ou the Southern line, on Thursday morning. It appears ati engine attached to a goods train was found to he incapable of hauling its load tip a steep grade. The driver decided to divide his train into sections. The first half was successfully hauled hut the locomotive in return ing for the remaining portion evident ly got beyond control of the driver and crashed- into the trucks at the foot of the hill. The engine mounted the trucks and remained icired tip in almost a verti cal position. Several trucks were practically reduced to matchwood, while the en gine was put completely out of com mission. The line was blocked for a considerable time, several trains being held up for live hours.
ART. Oil Paintings—From Nature. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
AT?T. Oil Paintings—From Nature. Landscape.—Lurlie Bay lis 1, Gertie Willows 2. Marine.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Mrs. Jan itzky 2. Landscape, 'black and white.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Mrs. F. March 2. Marine, bfack and white.—Emily Voch .l, Mrs. Janitzky 2. Landscape, in Sepia.—Emily Voch 1, Lurlie, Baylis 2. Marine, in Sepia.—No award. Still Life.—Iris Stoddart 1, Miss Stephenson 2, Mrs. Janitzky h.c. Human Figure.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Mrs. W. T. Johnston 2. Animal.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Mrs. Mul lins 2. Ornamental Exhibit.—Annia Donnel lan 1, Laura Carter 2, Mrs. Janitzky h.c. Collection of Original Oil Paint ings.—Miss Chauvcl 1, Mrs. Mullins 2. Collection of Original Oil, Paint ings, not necessarily work of exhibi tor.—Mrs. J. H. Ncale 1. Water Colours—From Nature. Landscape.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Marine.—Lurlie Baylis 1. Still Life.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Iris ! Stoddart 2. Human Figure.—Lurlie Baylis 1, Miss Robertson 2. Animal.—Lurlie Baylis 1. Collection of Water Colours.'—Miss Chauvel 1. Collection of Water ...
Sporting Notes. SANDY FLAT RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
SANDY FLAT RIFLE CLUR. ' The first round of the musketry course will be fired on Saturday next the shooting commencing at 'J o'clock, and as there are a lot of valuable trophies to be competed- for' it should ensure a good roll-up of.' members. McNah beat Picato in seven round's at the Olympia Stadium on Monday night, the towel coming from Picato's corner. The Jackson Stakes, run at Wei ling, X./., on Saturday, was won by Emperador, Pecontre '2, Gladiele .2. Parley McFarland has been engaged by Mr. Snowy Baker for a series of contests f-> lake place in Australia in June. On "Wednesday last the local Licens ing Bench approved of the removal of the license of the hotel at Acacia. Creek to premires at Urhenville, on the application of the licensee, Mr. AY". L. Von Harten. 'l'fie, new place will be known as the Crown Hotel. A little, hoy named; Keil lhiw.son, aged 'J years, was run over by a cart and horse at Tainworth on Wednesday and killed.' •
Section 13. Colonial Goods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 13. Colonial Goods. Collection of Leather.—Whereat and Co. 1 and 2. Hogskin .Saddle.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. Stockman's Saddle.—F, Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2 and 3. Buckjump Saddle.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. Side Saddle—A. J. Smith 1. Lady's Astride Saddle.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. . Gent's Double Reined Bridle.—F. Kneipp 1, A. .T. Smith 2. • Set of Single Buggy X-Iarness.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2 and 3. Set of Double Buggy Harness.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. Set of Spring Cart Harness.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. Set of Cart Harness, shaft.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. Set of Cart Harness, leading.—F. Kneipp 1, A. J. Smith 2. Demi-Scotch Cart Collar.—A. J. Smith 1 and 2, F. Kneipp 3, Collection of Saddlery Goods.—A. J. Smith 1, F. Kneipp 2. Collection of Tanned Skins.— "Whereat and Co. 1 and 2. Collection of Boots and Shoes.— Whereat and Co. X and 2. Coackbuilding.—Work by Exhibitor. Single Seated Buggy.—P. Hawkins 1. Single Seated Buggy, local made.— I'. Hawkins 1....
Section 15. Needlework. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 15. Needlework. Collection Fnncy Work.—Miss Saun ders 1, Mrs. Edmonds 2. Specimen Embroidery. Work.—Mrs. Rgnes Crisp 1, Miss Chapman 2. Specimen Hedebo Work. Miss Chap man 1, Miss Saunders 2. Specimen Mount Mellick Work.— Miss Chapman 1, Miss Saunders 2. Specimen Hardangar Work.—Miss Johnston 1 and 2. Specimen of Stencilling Work.—May Donoghue 1, Miss Robertson 2. Specimen .Shadow Work.—MisS Chap man 1, Miss C. Imberger. Specimen Child's Muslin Frock.— I.aura Carter 1, Mrs. J. T. McLcod Collection Crochet Work.—Mrs. Cowin 1, Florrie Kemp 2. Two Crochet D'Oyleys.—Miss) Chap man 1, Mrs. Cook 2. Pair Pillow Shams.—Miss Robert son 1, Clara Imberger 2, Mrs. W. T. Johnston h.c. Lady's White Underskirt.—Florrie Kemp 1. Lady's Nightdress.—Mrs. Cook 1, Mrs. W. T. Johnston 2. Lady's Blouse.—Ethel Whereat 1, Mrs. J. T. McLcod 2. Ironed White Shirt.—Mrs. 'Alder man 1 and 2.
Human Thoughts Pictured MYSTERIOUS MIND PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Human Thoughts Pictured MYSTERIOUS MIND PHOTO GRAPHY. Dr. J. Barker Smith, the author I of "A Primer of Delusional Insan ity," who is interested in this sub ject :— Thirty years ago I devoted six months to the study of phenomena to which I gave the name of "Form Transference." A synopsis of re sults was printed in the "Hospital Gazette," November 17th, 1.883, and this synopsis has often been re ferred to 011 account of the basis of facts and their great significan.ee. In the paper I tried to show those radiant forms constituted the means of communication between ants, fish and other gregarious ani mals known to have some means of communication. 1 was able to show that our ideas of shape, whether perceived from without or con ceived from within, were real images with a radiant, potency which en abled them to penetrate opaque me- | dia. Some years afterwards the Royal Belgian Academy of Science appointed two investigators to re port on my paper, but they. were unable to verify, my dem...
Society Hotel-Keepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Society Hotel-Ksc Hotel-keeping is a favourite hobby of some Royalties aiut a good many ; society people. The Duke Curl Theodore of Iiavaria has an hotel at Tegernsee, a few miles south of Munich. Rudy Aberdeen is presi I dent of the Green Rudy Hostel, on I hotel for working people at Rittlo I hnmpton. Rady Augusta Orr-Ewing the widowed daughter of" Rord and ! Rady Glasgow, has a firsL-rate ho tel for golfers at Dunskey, her home at Portpatriek, in Wigtown shire. Rady Burton and her hus band, Mr. ltaillie, of Dochfour, have built ivnd fitted out a splendid modern hotel at Aviomore, from which can he seen the Carrington Range and some of the finest scenery in Inverness-shire. Rord Dunraven keeps an hotel for golfers close to Adare Manor, his place in kimerick. Lord Reitrim owns the liosapenna IToLel at Mul roy Bay, which was designed in .Stockholm and built of wood in Scandinavian fashion ; anil Rord In chiquin has an hotel at Arranmore, near his place at Miltovn-JIalbay, in Ireland....