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Section 7. Poultry. Heavy Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 7. Poultry. Heavy Varieties. Cock, Plymouth Bock.—T. H. Flynn 1, John Donnelly 2. Cockerel, Plymouth Rock.—T. H. Flynn 1 and 2. Hen, Plymouth Bock.—T. H. Flynn 1 and 2. Pullet, Plymouth Rock.—T. H. Flynn 1, Wm. Meneeby 2. Cock or Cockerel, Dorking-—Mrs. D. Johnston 1. Hen or Pullet, Dorking.—Mrs. D. Johnston 1 and 2. Cock or Cockerel, Bufi Orpington.— Geo. Brown 1. Hen or Pullet, Bufi Orpington.—A. H. Taylor 1, Geo. Brown 2. Cock, Black Orpington.—J. F. Chick I, E. Crisp 2. Cockerel, Black Orpdngton.—T, H. Flynn 1, S. Wilson 2. Hen, Black Orpington.—E. Crisp 1 and 2. Pullet, Black Orpington.—S. Dick son 1, S. Wilson 2. Cock or Cockerel, White Orpington. —Geo. Brown 1, IS. Dickeon 2. Hen or Pullet, White Orpington.— S. Dickson 1, T. H. Flynn 2. Cock or Cockerel, Langshan.—John Donnelly 1, T. H. Flynn 2. Hen or Pullet, Langshan.—T. . H. Flynn 1 and 2. Champion Orpington Bird of the Show.—T. H. Flynn. Cock, Silver Laced Wyandotte,—A. M. Kyburz 1, Geo. Flint 2. Cockerel, Silver ...
Section 12. Floriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 12. Floriculture. One Plant in Bloom.—Mrs. T. M. Walker 1, Mrs. C. L. Voch 2. Collection of Pot Plants.—Mrs. H. Humphrey 1, Mrs. J. .B. Lillicrap, sen., 2. One Ornamental Foliage Plant.— Mrs. J. H. Neale 1, Mrs. W. Hum phrey 2, Mrs. J. B. Lillicrap, sen., h.c. Three Fuschias.—Mrs. C. L. Voch 1 and 2. One Fuschias.—Mrs. C. L. Voch 1, Mrs. T. M. Walker 2. Collection of Ferns.—Mrs. T. M. Walker 1, Mrs. H. Humphrey 2. Three Coleuses.—Mrs. J. B. Lilli crap 1 and 2. Cut Flowers. Best Display of Cut Flowers.—Mrs. S. H. Dowe 1, J. 0. Johnston 2. Six Dahlias.—Mrs. T. M. Walker 1, Mrs. John Corrin 2. Six Cactus Dahlias.—Mrs. C. L. Voch 1, Mrs. T. M. Walker 2. Collection of Sweet Peas.—No ex hibit. Johnston 1. ' Collection of Pelargoniums.—No exhibit. Collections of Stocks.—Mrs. J. F. Chick 1, Mrs. J. 0. Johnston 2. Collection of Geraniums.—Mrs. T. M. Walker 1, Mrs. H. A. Smith 2, M. G. Dutton h.c. Six Koses.—Miss Johnston 1. Champion Bloom Hose.—Mrs. D. Johnston 1. Collection of Flowe...
Section 11. Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section II. Fruit. Collection of Frnit,—Phil. Sommer lad 1 and 2, S. B. Simcocks 3. Dozen Cooking Apples.—Phil. Som merlad 1, R. H. Miller 2, E. R. Dav ies 3. Dozen Dessert Apples, 6 varieties.— Phil. Soipmerlad 1, S. B. Simcocks 2, B. R. Davies 3. Dozen Dessert Apples, one variety. —S. B. Simcocks 1, Phil. Sommerlad 2 and 3. One Bushel Case Dessert Apples.— R. H. Miller l, Phil. Sommerlad 2, S. B. Simcocks 3. One Bushel Case Graded Apples.— R. H. Miller 1, Phil. Sommerlad 2, S. B. Simcocks 3. Dozen Cooking Apples.—Phil. Som merlad 1 and 2, E. R. Davies 3. Dozen Dessert Pears, 4 varieties.— Phil. Sommerlad 1 and 2. Dozen Dessert Pears, one variety.— Thil. Sommerlad 1, A. PI. Purkis 2. Three Plates Plums.—Peter Sommer lad 1, Phil. Sommerlad 2. One Plate Table Plums.—A. H. Purkis 1, J. F. Chick 2. One Plate Nectarines.—J. F. Chick 1. Three Plates Peaches.—Phil Som merlad 1, Peter Sommerlad 2, S. B. Simcocks 3. Twelve Largest Peaches.—A. H. Purkis 1, Phil. Sommerlad 2, Peter Sommerlad ...
CHEESE PANCAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
CHEESE PANCAKES. Make your hatter in the usual way, allowing one egg to a tablespoonful of flour, a good pinch of salt, and suflicient milk to make it the con sistency of ' a thick cream. When thoroughly mixed, allow to stand for two hours. Just before frying the pancakes stir in two teaspoonfuls of grated Parmesan cheese. Molt some lard in a clean frying pan, and fry the pancakes very thin. When done strew slightly with grated cheese, roll up quickly, and serve hot.
RUSSIAN TOFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
RUSSIAN TOSPUR lib. brown sugar, lor., butter, J teacup cream, white of one egg, 2 teaspoonfuls cocoa, 2 teaspoonfuls vanilla flavouring. Put the butter, sugar, and cream in a pan, lot them boil fast for one hour, add the cocoa mixed smooth with milk. When cooked add the whipped white of egg and vanilla. Pour into a greased tin.
DRY CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
DRY OLRANING. Spread a sheet on the table, and upon it make a layer of flour about two inches thick. Upon this place your garment, and cover wllft an other layer. Turn the rest tof the sheet over and leave for '.16 hoars t'hcii brush well. If you suiter much from cold feet you may obtain relief l-.y wearing a sole of chamois-ski'ii inside your shoe. Bo not attempt to wear a low shoe, but confine yourself to those that will protect your feet ^thoroughly, The "shine" that shows a serge skirt or coat to be no longer new can be removed by sponging the garment. with blueing water, such as is used in the laundry, WW > still damp, press the goods under « thin cloth, but do not r»b l>u iron backwards and Towards more than nocoaaary. , tWf.
Willing to Pay. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Willing to Pay. Patiently the old gentleman had heen sitting through the ordeal of hearing the voice-culture student in the bed-sitting-room below practis ing with a zeal which left no room for criticism, but with a talent by no means so kindly described. Fin ally, he crept softly down the stairs and rapped at the door &lt;of the young' woman's room. "I can't come in," he said, in re sponse to an invitation, "but I simply came to tell you of a friend of mine who would,' I know, bo willing to pay almost any amount of money to hoar you sing." Overwhelmed with joy, the lndy begged the kind old gentleman to write his friend's name and ad dress on a piece of paper. When he had gone upstairs she looked at the slip of paper which he bud handed back to her inscribed and neatly folded. It road, "John W. Jor»r.e, Asy lum for the Deaf."
A Spring Door Latch. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
A Spring Door Latch. We all know the annoyance caused by the doors of our allotment huts, poultry houses, etc., springing open, after we have closed them carelessly without seeing to it that the catch has dropped into its proper posi tion. The .arrangement-shown.in the END VteW. picture, however, obviates the trouble the latch catching every time. All you need to make this safety latch is a penny spring and a li-inch screw. One end of the spring is fixed to the latch and the other to the door, care being taken that the tensien is not too strong. If you have no means of drilling a hole in the latcli to take the spring, tin al most equally ellicient job can be made of it by fixing' it with wire.
CHAPPED SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
CHAPPED SKIN. I bufTerers irom chapped skin do -i:. | wisely in preparing for &lt; a winter | campaign. They need nothing cost-:.;A ly. All coarse household work..-; should he done in gloves. One should don gloves before retiring ato m.: rest, and they should be large. _Cain-.,~ phorated oil and all strong oint ments should bo avoided. A cream. ■ may be made -by. melting some lano- a line and boating up with an equal weight of olive oil. This is to be freely rubbed in at night before putting on the gloves. Undiluted glycerine should not be used, for it makes the skin very red and irri table. Glycerine diluted with five times its quantity of water i.s sooth ing and heeling. It is greatly im proved by the addition of precipi tated chalk. Half an ounce of a [little more of chalk will sulfice foi"~~ a- six-ounce bottle of the mixture. When this lotion hosvheen shaken up it may be applied to the skin three or -four times daily. It also improves appearance. Always dry the hands th...
Gallant Rescue by Fireman. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Gallant Rescue by Fireman. A (ire was discovered early on Friday morning in a shop at Elizabeth street, Redfern, occu pied by Massond Maree, who car ried on a fancy goods business. Mrs. Maree, her three little, chil dren, and Miss Doris Lloydstrom -were asleep in one of the up stairs rooms at the lime and were rescued by neighbors. An other . lady, Mrs. Abrams, was staying in a cottage at the rear, the-, entrance to which was through a closed in passage at the side of the shop. Dense smoke found its. way into the room-in:which she was lying on a sick bed. The fifenioH suc ceeded in entering ttie rooih, and wrapping 'her in ft blanliet car ried /her out into the street. A number of men : were almost overcome. The MAree family had a-sensational experience. They clambered through the window of an upstairs room on to a low iron roof at the lmck and wero almost panic stricken when even tually "'removed to i\ place of safety. The building was partly destroyed
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
E23 M MA 1 ^ Cream Separators ,taA $ ^ &■ "L.-K-©" Milking? Machines. STEAR/l ' Grossley Oil Engines operating on Kerosene. , PUIViPING ENGINES Standard Ola Engines operating on Benzine. and and Builders of Refrigerating Machines. ' , - IRRIGATING BOILERS Special Machinery for Oheese and Butter Factories. PLANTS fb%; m teiv-sl C«1 WAKJUII ft* A LO Boilermakers and General Engineers, 142-150 60ULBURN STREET, SYDNEY. It ®K« Alfa-Laval" Cream Separator. "L-K-G" Milking Machine, Croisley Oil Engine.
LOVER RUNS AMOK. Philadelphia, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
LOVER RUNS AMOK. .Philadelphia, Wednesday. Karl Kingloen, a commercial traveller walked into a restau rant, to-day and saw a woman' with whom lie was infatuated, hut whom in some way had ar oused liis jealousy on the- preT vious night. Suddenly. .Kingloeh pulled out a revolver and fired at the woman wounding- her:; -I-Ie then : 'let . fly proiniscously all round the res iau rant', and: ■■■.■• cu's torn or s. and waitresses fled in all directions. Kingloeh kept- on the fusilade, shattering nnirrors " and pictures without1 discrimination, until he reached his last cartridge. lie then shouted: "Here goes! She got air I had." The mad lover Tired, the last bullet into his own-heart and fell dead. The maize crop on.the Manning
"YOUR DAY HAS COME." The Boort Tragedy. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
"YOUR DAY HAS COME." The Boort Tragedy. Melbourne, Thursday. An inquest was held at Boort to-day into the deaths of Sydney Oswald Goutts and George /Ap pleby. The forme r was shot • dead by Appleby, who subse quently committed suicide.". - The coroner returned a verdict of murder and suicide. The -principal witness, John Christie, said that prior -to the: shooting, Appleby, who had been employed as a cook at Gouttsl station, had an argument with Goutts respecting wages. Some time later witness and deceased, (Coutls) returned to the station from Boort. Appleby walked up to the buggy with a gun to his shoulder, pointing it towards 'them. Witness said to -Coutls "I-Te will shoot us." Goutts' re plied "No,: he won't. Keep calm and; don't worry." ; Appleby ex claimed, "Get out, Scotty, or 1 will - shoot you, too"' Both got out. ' * ■ Appleby was about three yards away'from .Goutts when he pointed the :gun' at diinj. and said, "You tried, toy beat ;mo for ... my money." ■ ■■■; Coults repl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
1 hiring Dr. Fhishinnn's illness his prnctii e is lining curried en by Dr. Truv s (London), who may be con snlte afc the former's residence Loffiin [A CARD.] POPPLEWELL & SYKES J. G, POPPLEWELL. J. SYKES •Licentiate It.I.E.A., A.l A ARCHITECTS, CASINO. TELEPHONE No. 08. OEOBG 10 I'd! Al'FK has purchased Mr. Fred. Dearden's Butchering Business and lias reduced the, price of beef a half-penny all round. Prices arc as follows :— BEEF. Sirloin ... did per lb. od „ Pump Steak I lib.Boast... , ... dd Steak . . . dd Corned Beef ... s did Corned Bound ...' dd. MUTTON. Legs and Loins ..•. yd' Chops ... ... . 9id Fore-cjuarters ... did Show Sales, 1500 MIXED CATTLE, including Fat and Forward Bullocks and Cows, store steers, heifers, breeders, &c. 250 HORSES, comprising light and heavy draughts, harness and saddle sorts, and a number of good ponies. Full particulars later. Further bookings invited. BRUXNER & COTTON, - HARRISON JONES & DEVLIN, Limited, Auctioneer...
The Girl and the Judge. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
The Girl and the Judoe. Girls will bo girls and now and Lhon you can't drive 'cm. The other day in the Wellington Supreme Court. Sir -Robert Stout, was questioning a girl witness closely and the damsel revolted. "Well, I don't know she said. "You are trying to gel. me cor nered." His Honor protested. "You shoudn'l make remarks like I,hat. We are only trying to gel. the truth from you." Very moderate. Thai's what, comes of these pesky .students eater wauling and blowing tin whistles on Commemoration . Days. It all gels into the papers, Susan Jane reads it, and then goes to Court and boldly declares that a grave judge is trying to get her cornered. We live in perilous times. Some day a girl witness will tell' J,be Chief Justice t.o "Go hon!" and then the roof of the Court will fall in, seventeen family solicitors will perish miserably, aiid the end of the world will come suddenly. It is a matter that the Students Christian Union should consider I very prayerfully. -New Zealand "Free L...
Gazette Notices. WEDNESDAY 25th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Qaszette Notices. WEDNESDAY 25th FEBRUARY. Qualified under Local Government Act, 190C, as clerks : T. Y/. Kewet son, G. R. Macdonnld, L. H. Mayo, As engineers : R. H. Bartlett. The population oE N. S. Wales on 31st December, 191.3, was 9G2.74G males, and S59.797 females; total I,S32,45G. Mineral Lenses approved : Drake, No. 10, J. W. Ashcroft, m.l. 123, county Drake, parish West Fairfield, 22 acres 20 perches ; Wilson's Down fall, No. 83, G. M. Hartigan, m.l. II, county Buller, parish Ruby, S acres ; Drake, No. 32, W. Hunting, m.l. 33, counties Drake and Buller, parishes West Fairfield and Gerard, 40 acres. The regulations for the manage ment of the portion of Reserve No. •17,334 at Urbenville, / set apart for Independent Burial Ground, are gazet ted. Annual Lease Applications approv ed as follows subject to -conditions as gazetted : No. 1913/12, Martin Claus Schroeder (Tarban), county Clive, parish Lawson, 90 acres, rent paid to 31/12/14, and 13s 4d to credit ; No. 1914/1, John Roc...