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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
| J. HAROLD NEALE, j L.D.S. [ (1'r.ivcrsity of Svdncv), DENTAL HURGKON, House Street Teuteriield, Hours ; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Show Sales commenced this morn ing when there was n good attend ance. SAJaY FLA if MALL A GENERAL MEET TNG will bo hel 1 in tin; Sandy hi,at Public Hall on -SATURDAY'NIGHT NEXT at 7.30 to arrange matters in connection with Repairs, etc., to that Ruilding. If. CURVEY, " lion. Secretary. FOE PRIVATE SALi~ E. C. ROPER has been favored with instructions from Mr. U. A. Shadie to sell privately his well known property in Rouse-street, Tcntcriicld. For cash or terms. Apply to E. C.'ROPER, .EM INNE8 Special Cheap Train, WEDNESDAY, 11TI-I MARCH. Return Journey at Single Fare. Tentcrlield depart 7.10 a.m. Bolivia depart 7.157 a.m. Deepwatcr depart 8.50. a.m. 1 Dundee depart 9.10 a.m. Glen limes arrive 9.15 a.m. Glen Innes depart (i.55 p.m. Dundee depart 7.29 p.m. Deep water depart 7.50 p.m. Bolivia depart 8.41 p.m. Tenterlield arrive 9.35 p.m. Above train will also call a...
List of Awards. Section 1. Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
List ' Of kWMbS. Section I. Horscc. . Blood Stallion, 3 yearn and over.— J. Brown, Indo, 1 ; C. Jarvie, Rad ium, 2 ; A. Jildd, King Courier, 3. Pony Stnllion, 13 to 11 hands, any ago.—R. Laird 1, .1, B. billierap 2. Draught StuiL-.n. : . a:» and over. —S. Ward, B;-ec,.L.ior. , H. T. Bottroli, Darnley, 2. Draught Entire Colt, 2 yearn and under.—T. A. Landers 1. Draught Entire Colt, yen.rl.ng.— Lomax and Son 1. Draught Gelding, any age.—A. L. Jeffrey 1, Lomax and Son 2., A. L. Jeffrey 3. Trotting Stallion, in harness, over 14 hands.—C. W. Smith 1. Champion Blood Stallion.—J. Brown'g Indo 1. Ct.Limpion Draught Stallion.—S.. Ward's Speculator. Blood Mare, dry, 3 years and over. —John Curry 1. Brood Blood Mare;' in foal.—C. IV. Smith 1, Blood Pilly, 2 years and under 3.— John Donoghue 1. Blood Filly, yearling.—C. H. Munro 1. Arab or Grade Arab Mare or Filly. —A. M. White 1 and 2, John Curry)®. Pony Mare, 13.2 and under.—A. M, White 1, C. H. Munro 2, limn Ker mode 3. Ponv Marc, 13.2 to 14...
Section 6. Swine. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 6. - Swine. Boar, any age, Berkshire breed.— Lomas and Son 1, Tentcrfield Dairy Co. 2. , Boar, Berkshire, 12 months and un der.—Lomax and Son 1, E. J. Peth erick 2. * Sow, any age, Berkshire breed.— E. J. Petherick 1, Lomai and Son 2. Sow, Berkshire, 12 months and un der.—J. P. Thomas 1, B. J. pether ick 2. Sow, any "breed, with litter.—J. P. Thomas 1, Tenterfield Dairy Co. 2. Fat Pig, any breed, for bacon pur. poses, over lOOlbs.—J. F. Chick 1, M. Finn 2. Fat Pig, any breod, "porker," un der lOOtbs.—Tenterfield Dairy Co. 1, M. Finn 2. Champion Boar.—J. R. Lomax. Champion Sow.—E. J. Petherick 2.
Section 4. Sheep. Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 4. Sheep. i Ram, 6-tooth and over.—W. T. I Cadell 1, W. R. Roos '2.. | Rom, -1-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1. I Ram, 2-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1. 1 Ram Lamb, not more than nine month3 old.—W. T. Cadell 1 and 2. j Ewe, G'-tooth and over.—W. T. Cadell 1, W. R. Roos 2. Ewe, 4-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1, F. Schiflman 2. Ewe, 2-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1, F. Sehiffman 2. Ewo Lamb, not more than nine months old.—W. T. Cadell 1 and 2. j Strong Combing Wool Sheep. Rani, G-tooth and over.—W. T. | Cadell .1, Ram, -1-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1. Ram, 2-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1. Ram Lamb, not more than nine months old.—W. T. Cadell 1 and 2. Ewe, G-tooth and over.—W. T. Cadell 1, Mrs. Dutton 2. i Ewe, 4-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1, Mrs. i Dutton 2. j Ewe, 2-tooth.—W. T. Cadell 1. j Lamb, nor more than nine months old—W. T. Cadell 1 and 2. Champion Ram.—W. T. Cadell 1. Champion Ewe.—W. T. Cadell. Shropshire. Ram, G-tootb.—A. M. White 1, Mrs. Dutton 2. Ram, 4-tooth.—No exhibit. Ewe, 6-tootb.—Mrs. Dutton 1. Ewe, 4-tooth.—Mrs. ...
Section 3. Cattle. Shorthorns. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Section 3. Catt'e. Shorthorns. Bull, 2 years and over.—A. M. White 1. Bull, 1 year and under 2.—A. M. White 1. I Bull, under 1 year.—A. M. White 1. Cow, 3 years and over.—A. M. White 1 arod 2. Heifer, 2 years and under 3-—A. M. White 1 and 2. Heifer, 1 year and under 2.—A. M. White 1. Heifer, under 1 year.—A. M. White 1. Champion Male.—A. M. White. Champion Female.—A. M. White, Herefords. Cow, any age.—Jas. Donnelly 1, G. F. Pitkin 2. Devons. Bull, 1 year and over.—M. Finml. Cow, any age.—Not worthy. Dairy Cattle. Group Prize, dairy bull, any age, and 2 heifers, 2 years and under.— M. Finn 1, Leonard Smith 2. Pen of Three Dairy Cows.—R. W. Johnston 1, A. H. Taylor 2. Milking Durhams. Bull, six permanent teeth or full mouth.—Leonard Smith 1. Cow, six permanent teeth or full | mouth.—No decision. Heifer, four permanent • teeth.—Len. Smith 1. I Heifer, not more than two perman ent teeth.—John Donnelly 1, Len. I Smith 2. Jerseys. Bull, sis permanent teeth or full mouth.—E. J. Petherick ...
DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
DAIRY. This section was patronised as well as last year, and Mrs Kelly (Barney Downs) was a large prize-winner. Out of j large entry Mss AVeir won for liattcr, Mrs. Fred Weber being se cond. The local factory with no op position received the award for factory made butter. The Cottosbroolce branch of the Cheese Factory beat the head factory for 101b cheeses, whilst this order of things was revers ed in the 25 lb class. , Mr. >S. Dickson won for both hen and duck eggs, in the former class from a large entry.
HOUSEHOLD EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
HOUSEHOLD EXHIBITS. The household exhibits seemed to be of excellent quality, and the judges seemed to have exercised care in com ing to their decisions, much to the annoyance of some of the exhibitors, "who thought they would get their plum puddings and pound cakes back ■whole. But the proof of the pudding is in the eating. For collection of sweets Mrs. McLeod was successful and for collection of assorted cakes, Miss F. E. Button. For collection of preserves Miss Lola Reid was awarded first. The largest winner was For collection and display of apiary products, Mr. Butler had two exhibits and Mr. Phil Suminerlad cue. The former scored first prize.
NEEDLEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
NEEDLEWORK. This' exhibit caused a good amount o£ interest, as the collection of exhib its were about the average, and were the occasion of very ewmplimentarv remarks ; in fact it was said that 110- j thing better was ever 011 view. A visitor from an adjoining State who is a keen and competent observer stated the exhibit was equal to any he had seen. For collection of fancy work Miss Saunders and Mrs. Edmonds j received Erst and second prizes.
ART. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
AWL The exhibits in this section are not so numerous as formerly, but if they lack in quantity they make up in quality. A few new names may be noticed in the list of awards, and Miss Lurlie Bayliss, of Bathurst, has a.prominent position. Mrs. March, Mrs. Janitzkv, Sirs. Mullins (Emma ville), Mrs. Eillicrap, Miss Button, and other well known local exhibitors were well in evidence, and Mrs. Chauvel, Sydney, and Miss Stoddart, Manilla, had some good examples of paintings. Miss Wise, a very con sistent exhibitor had no entries this year. In the course of consultation ■with the art judge ho expressed the opinion that the exhibit was superior to. anything he .saw previously. He noticed that more attention was paid to nature than to copies, and hence the improvement. lie spoke highly of the section and looked forward to the erection of the new pavilion to afford better room for the exhibits. We will make a more extended report on this and other pavilion exhibits in our next issue. Leech's ...
AFTERNOON TEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
AFTERNOON TEA. The following ladies, assisted by many willing assistants, had chage of the afternoon tea on the different days, luncheon being also provided for the officials each day: First da}-, Sirs. March; Second day, Mrs. G. A. Smith, and Third day, Mrs. Chick. The first day L4 15 6 was taken and L20 3 3 the second day. The exact amount taken yesterday was not known this morning, but was reported to have exceeded L20.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Edward J. Petjierick, Dentist, "Tarcoola," llouse Street, Tenterlield.* Lyceum Pictures.—Owing to the inclemency of the weather the Lyceum did not show on Monday night.. On Wednesday a good crowd attended to witness the line programme screened, and all present were quite pleased with the pictures shown. On Satur day night one of Prax.er's all star programmes will he screened. While undergoing a run on the third morning of the Show, Kruger, ridden by "one of Mr. Judd's 'riders, struck the jump opposite the grand stand and turned turtle. The hoy fortunately escaped unhurt, and the horse wa.vVMime the worse for his mis hap. Vy
Smoke Social. TENDERED BY MR. CADELL [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
TENDERED BY MB. C A DELL Oil the first evening of the Show the the smoke concert tendered by Mr. Cadell, the Patron, to the mem bers of the Society and visitors to the Show was hold in the Gymnasium. The President (Mr. Smith) was in chair, and on his right was the host and Mr. Macdonald, Chairman of the National Agricultural Association, Brisbane, and 011 his left Mr. W. M. Greene, M.H.N., and the Hon. John Wethcrspoon. The judges, visitors and executive of the Society were also seated at this table. There were about 150 present, and after all were seated Mr. Cadell rose and gave a hearty welcome. After the usual toast of loyalty had been honored, Mr. Smith pro posed the toast of " The Parliament of Australia." He said the State Parliament had only recently been elected and had yet to win their spurs. They were returned, with a majority and had every chance of carrying out good legislation, but he hoped they would not legislate too much to benefit the class they repre sented but for...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 5 March 1914
Glen Times Show opens 011 Tuesday. Special excursion train leaves here on "Wednesday morning. Usual fortnightly meeting of Muni cipal Council on Monday night. Butchers shops opened in Sydney with free labor employed. ALF. MA IT TIN wants Five Tons of llabhit Skins at once.—Advt. "We regret to hear that Miss L. Burgess is confined to her room suffer ing from an internal complaint. On Monday last .Wineheombc, Car son and Co wired ns regarding the Homebush market that day that SOU cattle had been yarded and that prime were LI better. The Band Ball was held on Wed nesday evening and was fairly largely attended. The takings amounted to between Bin and Ll(i. Messrs .1, Titkin and Townend made efficient masters of ceremonies. On Wednesday last whan Mr. Tom Smith, junr., was on his way into the show from the Scrub, the horse ho was riding shied and threw him. The rider received a nasty cut above the eye necessitating several stitches. At the Grafton Lands Ofliee last week George Potrio, of ...
"Fatal Error." Professor Fox's Death... [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 9 March 1914
"Fatal Error." Professor Fox's Death.. The cabled- announcement from Calcutta that Professor Fox has died from the effects of snake bite was referred to this morning by Mr. Sid Hudson, who took a big share, in organ ising Fox's visit, to India, says Tuesday's "Sun." j\tr. Hudson received the fol lowing cablegram on Saturday: Fox bitten by kraiL. Died on 2Gth. Five punctures. Fatal error. Duly four treated. The cablegram, which was de spatched from Calcutta, on Fri day, was evidently sent, by Mr. Chambers, late of the Coast Hospital, who accompanied Fox to India. Seen to-day, Mr. Hudson said: "According to the cables, the professor died on Thursday. I don't believe, however, that the cause of his death has been stated correctly, and if the op portunity were available I would most certainly take steps to have a post-mortem oxamina lii/fi made. The absence of one puncture from treatment, when an application was made on the others, would not, in my opin ion, have fatal results. The prof...
Chicken Raising by Electricity [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 9 March 1914
Chicken Raising by Electricity It seems that, in addition to lighting- our streets and houses and running our tram ears and machinery, the White Fairy, Electricity, will in future per form for us the. functions hitherto discharged,. not abso lutely satisfactory, by the hatch ing hen. We read in one of our exchanges that the.ro has been great excitement in the main sfreet of Toronto, where, at the offices of the Electricity Company, they have, been hatch ing chickens by electricity. When the chickens began to hatch out Yonge street resemb led I he Oxford-street end of Regent street, London, where Spratt's exhibit chickens in the window. Electricity, we are told, gives a much steadier heat than gas or oii, and where elec tricity is as plentiful as it is in Canada, it must be a great boon to large poultry farmers to run their mammoth incubators by electricity.
The Great Unwashed. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 9 March 1914
The Great Unwashed. You can always depend upon an American doctor coming up wil.li the new formula. So now comes a doctor with' the an nouncement. that, we shouldn't wash. All our haths, from Ja pan to Marionbad—■ from an cient, Greece, to modern county council conveniences—simply diseouracro the natural functions of the. human skin. Arctic ex nlorers, Esquimaux, Tibetans, nil live lone and happily without washing; Sir Ernest Shackleton has spent months in total ab stinence from a bath without discomfort.—The scheme is al ready in operation with "the great unwashed," but this paper cannot rccomrrmnd it.