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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 26 March 1914
TENDERS. TEMPERS are invited for RE PAIRS and additions to Mr. W. Crisp's Butcher's Shop. Tenders close TO-MORROW (Friday) at 3 p.m. For particulars apply to E, C. ROPER. Tenterfielri P. A. & EVi. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEET INO of the Committee of above Socie ty will he held oh" SATURDAY NEXT, at 2.30 p.nr\ Business : Yr'ry Imjvjrtant. Committeemen plcase\note circu lars. p. w. hosktn; Secretary. NOTICE. TO FARMERS AND others. Bullock and Cow Hides bought in any quantity for cash. Price at pre sent (id to GId per lb. nett. Horses hides and Calf Skins also purchased at TENTER FIELD TANNER Y. Department of Lands, Sydney, 12th March, 19L1. The attention of all persons in terested is invited to a notification in the "Government Gazette" on the 11 th March, 1914, with respect to the proposed—Part of road from Tcnterfield to Billyn'mhaCreek, parish of Wunglebong, county of Clivo, Tenterlield Shire. Copies of the "Government Gazette" may be in spected at 111", Crown Lands Office and to...
Cablegrams. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
Cablegrams. LONDON, Sunday. Intense excitement still prevails throughout the United Kingdom over the situation in Ulster which has not been lessened by the news of a second battle squadron of the Homo Fleet been ordered to Bantry Bay. It is reported that King George while maintaining a strictly constitu tional attitude in regard to the diffi culty with the Army made it clear to the Ministers that with him lay the final appeal. He counselled modera tion without resort to desperate measures. Mr. William Redmond declares that a vast majority of the people in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada favor Homo Rule. The annual meeting of the School of Arts Tennis Club will he held to morrow evening in the School of Arts. There is to be plenty of tennis local ly during Easter week. On Saturday 10th April, Liston Club is coming and on Easter Monday a team is com ing from Fladbury. Masters T. 1C. Walker and C. Rut te.i, who recently sat for examination as telegraph messengers, have recoived noti...
SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
Monday. Harry Lauder, the famous Scotch Music Hall artist, arrived in Sydney this morning, and was given a tre mendous reception. The comedian says he intends to go to Kurri Kurri where two of his brothers are work ing as minors. The cyclone 011 Saturday afternoon wrought havoc among the licet- of boats fishing 011 the Hawkesbury River. A horse and buggy collided with a post near Carbobola Homestead, in the Alburv district, yesterday after noon. The sole occupant, Rev. James Rean, was found several hours later lying in a semi-conscious condition in a pool of blood suffering from serious injuries. He was conveyed to the Hospital where it- was found his skull had been fractured. The doctor holds out 110 hope of recovery. Three hundred men employed at the .State timber yards knocked off' work this morning as a protest against the new rule that any employee not arriving punctually at 7..'10 would lose a ijuartcr of an hour's pay.
N.S.W. Rugby Union. TENTERFIELD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
N.S.W. Rugby Union. TENTERFIELD BRANCH, The annual meeting of the Tenter field brunch of New South Wales ltugby Union was held in the School of Arts 011 Friday evening last. Mr. W. F. Stewart presided, and there were about 15 footballers from the town and district present. The ab sence of Mr. Geoff J uergens, the Sec retary, who had been called away to Sydney that evening on account of his father's illness, was apologised for, and Mr. Mark Ryan consented to uot in his place. After the minutes of tho last meet ing had been read and confirmed, the Secretary's report was reud as follows Gentlemen,—In submitting to you this report I have to state that in many respects the season under, re view has been a very respectable one, whilst in other ways it has not been. The public took a keen inter est in the games played, but it would have been much better if the leading players had been more even ly distributed amongBt the clubs, the two leading teams in the com petition run by the Union bei...
Never too Old to Look Young [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
You may bo gray even to white ness. But you cannot be too gray to look young again at once. Marie Permanent Hair Stain will quickly restore your gray baiiyto its original youthful color and lustre. One treat ment does it, and nothing will de stroy itu beautifub ell'eet. Even surf bathing will not alter it, nor will it ever wash, rub, or wear oil'. Unless you really want gray hair, you should use Marie Permanent Hair Stain. It is sure and everlasting. No doubt whatever about its certainty and per manency. .It is not injurious, but decidedly beneficial, increasing the growth and vigor of your hair, as well as giving it any shade, of brown you wish* or black. Use it to-day.. Why not ? It -will make you look younger by years, and do your hair permanent good. Sold by It. H. Phippard, Chemist, Tenterfield,. atid most chemists, or sent at once on receipt of price, 10/0, and Is postage, from Mario Van Brakkcl, Ladies' Hair Specialist. Only ad dress : 46' Cnstlereagh-streot, Sydney. When ord...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
OHMMTflB' - STOCK OF Months ago, our buyers were eagerly searching for Dress Fabrics that would he thoroughly fashionable and suitable for the coming Autumn arid "Winter. That they met with the greatest success is clearly demonstrated in our present magnificent dis play. " • -Honestly, . we believe this is the finest range ever seen in Tenter field—it even surpasses our . previous assort inents. AND All the new, beautiful "Wintry'shades arc here in those delightful materials which, have been all the rage in Paris and London dur ing the Winter months there. Fortunately we bought them all on a basis not beaten by large City. firms.' 's. trices are thus heavily , , reduced. Come in as soon as possible and select a suit able material for your new "Winter's dress. Tour inspection will prove interesting and quite delightful. W. REID & CO., LIMITED, MELBOURNE ROUSE, TenterfieSd. FOR YOUR — New Hat ! !Make a point of culling and inspecting our splendid showing of new and exclusive; ...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
Messrs J. J. Cusaek, (Wnllangarra), and H. B. Fletcher and A. F. .Batc man (iStanthorpe), have been appoint ed Justices of the Peace for the State of Queensland. Mr. Emerton, our local C.P.S. has been appointed a J.P. and Commis sioner for Allidavits for this State. A son of the late Mr. Charles Col lins is on a visit to Tenterfieid and is staying with Mrs. T. C. Kemp. Says the Warwick "Argus" : Miss Betty McUougall, (Toowoomba), left on Tuesday for Tenterfieid, where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Loinax, of Tenterfieid Station, for the Picnic race festivities. The .same paper also says that Miss Doris Church and Miss M. Eerrier (Brisbane) are visiting Tenterfieid for the races. Mr. E. II. Juergens' state of health became so critical on Friday last that his eldest son, Geoff, was wired for, and the latter left the same evening for Sydney. Mr. Juergens is now suffering from an attack of pneumonia and latest reports state that there has been no change in his condition. ...
District News. KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
KILLARNEY. (From our Correspond wit.) A magisterial inquiry was held at the Court House on Thursday before Mr. E. A. Elwood, J.P., concerning the circumstances connected with the accidental shooting of Bryan Dench, aged seven years, on the 11th inst. From the evidence tendered it ap peared that Wilfred Magarrv, aged si* years, and Charles Driver, aged eight years, and decased went to Messrs. Barnes' store and purchased sonic '22 bore cartridges, and then went to deceased's parents house and got a pea rifle. Going to Mr. P. " Horfcn's paddock they started shoot ing at an impromptu target. The target having fallen down deceased went forward with the purpose of re erecting it when Driver was prepar ing to shoot, and by some means Driver failed to cock the gun and the striker caught and exploded the cartridge, the contents of which en tered deceased's bod}' just above the left hip, and the unfortunate lad died in the Warwick Hospital the next dav. On Thursday evening.a very pleas ant so...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
In iVSemonam, "LAltltACY—In loving memory of our dear mother who departed this life on 31st March 11)13, aged 78 years. A precious one from us is gone A voice we loved is stilled— A place is vacant in our home "Which never can be filled. God in His wisdom has recalled The boon His love had given, And though the body slumbers here The soul is safe in heaven. Inserted by her loving daughter Mary.
Steamer Strikes Rock. FOUNDERS IN FEW MINUTES. EIGHTEEN LIVES LOST. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
FOUNDERS IN FEW- MTNUTES. EIGHTEEN LIVES LOST. SYDNEY. Fridav. The French steamer, St. Paul, bound from Noumea to Brisbane, was wrecked off Cape Moreton. Eighteen lives were lost, but it is be lieved 11 persons were saved. The vessel was sighted at 10 o'clock last night and an hour later she struck Smith Rock and founded in a few minutes. It is supposed the officer on watch failed to understand the lights indi cating danger anil kept his ship going until she struck. The survivors comprise three whites, one half-caste, and seven kanakas. Later. It appears the pilot received a call from Cape Moreton about 11.30 o'clock last night, lie immediately put off and when within about two miles of the St Paid the latter's lights suddenly disappeared. A few minutes later those on board the pilot boat heard cries of dis tress coming from the water in differ ent directions. Two boats were hurriedly lowered and shortly sftcr returned to the vessel with four sur vivors in eauli. The pilot boat also...
ACACIA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
ACACIA CREEK. A Progress Association 1ms now become an established fact at Lower Acacia, and the membership is very encouraging. As union is strength, it is to be hoped that the Association ■will be united in respect to the general welfare and progress! veness of the district.' Since the rains the milk supply .at the cheese'factory at' the Creek are doubled. The same can be said of the factory at New Jvorcelah. Four weeks ago the supply of milk only amounted to 170 gallons, and at pre sent 300 gallons are being received daily. The third annual meeting of the Legume Progress Association was held on the 1 -1th inst. Mr. (i. F. Brad ford presided over a large attendance. It was unanimously decided to sign the railwuy petition, and it was also resolved to write to the Shire Council and request that the cuttings on the Flagstone road be made wider. The election of ■ officers for the ensiling year was then proceeded with umL.thc following were elected :—President, Mr. G. F. Bradford (re-e...
The Tenterfield Courier I And District Advocate Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
The Tenterfield Courier I And District Advocate Wii.son's Downfall News.—The Ambulance 'social which was held in Mr. Hosking's hall, was a^great suc cess. Mrs. Palmer kindly lent her piano, and music was supplied by Mr. Murray, of Stanthorpe, and Miss Doris Glasbv ' (piano), and Mr. H. Thomas aecordeon). The refreshments were in tilt capable hands of Mrs. A. Husking, and Mr. Dillon made a cap able M. C. Lyceum Pictures.—As usual the School of Arts was packed for the Lyceum week-end entertainment. The programme was up to the satisfaction of the audience, as was evidenced by jl the applause after each picture. To-1 morrow night the star will be a | thrilling detective story entitled " Paulette's Necklace," and this pic ture alone should be worth the price of admission. ItiMN'o Briolklkks Pony to Syd ney.—Grace AVaugh, the 16 year old girl who.has set herself the task of riding a bridleless pony from Mel bourne to Sydney in 1 11 days,arrived at Albury on Thursday night, well up to sche...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
Lyceum Pictures to morrow night. All Fools Day on Wednesday. Special excursion train leaves for Sydney on Thursday night. Attention directed to advt. re ex amination for clerks and auditors un der Local Government Act. Tenders for purchase and removal of old school buildings at Drake close on Thursday, 9th April. At the Stanthorpe Police Court last week Michael Wilsher was ac quitted on a charge of indecently as saulting Elir.a Green, daughter of George Green, of Deepwater. Taree Council is considering the question of borrowing .£,'1000 for the installation of electricity for lighting and power purposes. The Home, Affairs Department has .accepted the tender of the Toowoomba Foundry Company for the supply of eight locomotives for the Trans-Aus tralian railway. The price is .£50,989. Grafton exchanges announce the early departure from that city of Mr. E. McKerihan, who was formerly in business at Casino with his brother, Mr. J. It. McKerihan. ' A dastartly act was was committed at Ces...
Wallaagarra. MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
Wallaagarra. MASONIC. A largo party of local Urethral motored out to Wallangarra on Saturday night to take part in the opening of a Masonic Lodge at the Border centre. Three ears piloted by Messrs. Edmonds. Wintertuii. and Wildish took the .Tcnterfield visitors out in ' smart time. The ceremony took place in the Union Church, and was conducted by the Giandmaster of Queensland, Must Wor. Bro. .V. M. Hertzborg, the D.G.M. (Right Wor.- Bro. W. dones). and other Grand Lodge ollicers. The G.M. delivered a very beautiful and most, j impressive address on the objects of Freemasonry and the duties of brethren. During its delivery lie was palpably suffering from illness, and at the close appeared on the verge of collapse, and had to be assisted to bed in the sleeping car in which the party travelled. The D.G.M. then installed the new ollicers as follows :W.M., Wor. Bro. 11. Emanuel; S.W., Bro. •!. A. Phillips: J.W., Bro. W. Freeman : S.D., Bro. F. G. Piper; J.D., Bro. J. T. Shanib'rbok ; .Se...
Winter Fodder Plots [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
The "Winter"'Fodder plots being conducted oil Mr:; J. F. Chick's form by the DopartnteiU of Agriculture were planted on Friday 27th inst: The ground was in excellent condition and moist. It was niouldboard plough ed from 5 to (i inches deep about the middle of February last. The seed of the various cereals planted was broadcasted at the rati; of about 11,(1 bushels per acre and well covered bp a springtooth cultivation and cross harrowing.' Five plots, each about 1. acre in area, were planted with the following cereals and legumes —Thew wheat, Algerian oats with CJrey lield peas, Carter's lloyal Clus ter oats, Cape barley, and Blaek Winter rye with Black tares or vetches. The legumes were sown at the rate of about bushel per acre. These plots were seeded thickly, but as the seed was available it was used, it would have been better had the plots been planted about three or four weeks curlier, Jail this could not be ifiai laged.. Ail tl ic plots, with the ex ception of portion of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 March 1914
Tenferfield Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Society. NEW PAVILION. TO BUILDERS AND ARCHITECTS.^ A prize of fifteen guineas is offered for the best design,' to be accompanied by specifications, for a building 110 feet by 50 feet to be erected on the Tentrrfie'.d Show Grounds, the walls of which are to be constructed of CONCRETE BLOCKS or BRICK, cost of building not to exceed /1500. t Designs, etc., to be submitted under private uumbcr or motto, and must be scaled and endorsed " Design for New Pavilion" ; to be in the hands of the undersigned on or before 'J uesday, 30tli April, 1914. E. WILL HO 'KIN, Secretary. ^ Tenlerfield. March 30th, 1914. Tenterfie'dPastora', Agricultural and Mining Society. SHOW GROUND SALE RIGHTS. THNDERS arc hereby invited (or tbe above rights, under the following condi tions : 1. For the sole right of sales during the period of Twelve Months, as from the 4th May, 1914. 2. For the same right for a period of Three Years, from 4th May, 1914. 3. This latter ri...