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Sporting Notes. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
The " Ramblers" journeyed' to Dundee on Good Friday where they met u team from the latter place and were defeated by .'14 runs. Scores :— Dundkm.-—First Innings. & Slaman, b Carriek ... ... 0 •T. 'Smith, c Geyer, b Carriek ... 4 lUtYl. Hartman, b Donnelly ... 11 jiBy Hurtman, run out... ... 22 A. Sihith, b Doyle ... ... 6 A. Mhker, b Cullijp ... ... 1 "Wv Slbnmn, c. Geyer, b Cullip .3 F. Rrdadbent, b Doyle ... ... 0 T. W&tfcen, b Shambrook 12 F. Slonita, b Doyle, ... ... 4 O. Slonirtn, c Donnelly, b Doyle 0 O. Alt, iibt out ... ... ... 14 Sundries... ... • • • 12 Total ... ! 92 Bowling: Carriek 2 for 20, Don nelly 1 for 23, Doyle 4 for 18, Cullip ■2 for 18, Shainbrook 1 for 1. Second Innings. J. Smith, b Carriek ... ... 0 Roy Hartman, b Doyle... ... 39 A. Smith, e Carriek, ; b Donnelly 12 Ron Hartman, rbtired ... ... 24, P. Alt,' b Doyle... ... ... 4 >F." Broad bent, b Carriek ... 2 G. Sloman, c Geyer, b J. Geyer 12 W. Sloman, C Carriek, b Cullip 7 A. Rlaker, iiot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Especially at the change'of Seasons when the hair falls out in handfuls. Use iho Reliable Renedy in' GOLDEN HAIR LOTION. A real dandruff eraiicator. SKIN SOAPS and TOILET CREAMS. 1 SHAMPOO POWDERS For Cleansing the Sialp, 3d: ea^h ANTISEPTIC POWDERS and PINE PASTILLES .For ■} Cleansing the Throat. ' !' STATIONERY, AUTOGRAPH ROOKS,- PRAYER ROOKS, and PICTURE ROOKS at liniapcTs Plan MBIITARY BALL A GRAND PLAIN and FANCY DRESS BALL will bo Ik Id in the Gymnasium Hall on "WEDNESDAY, April 21). C. KRAHE, Hon. See. Furniture Salle. -AT THE ROOMS, at 2.30 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL LSTH. MITCHELL A MUTTON has re ceived instructions from Mit. Mackkn zi k to sell the whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising :—Double and single beds, wardrobe, washstand and set, chairs, tables, drawing room suite, linoleums, crockery, kitchen utensils, etc., etc., j AT THE ROOMS, SATURDAY.! APRIL ISTH. AT SHOW GROUND YARDS TENTERFIELD, SATURDAY, 18th Inst-., at 11. 1000 Head of Well Bred Cattle. BRU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Grass LaracS to Rerat TO Lease, abo(ut 19 miles from Inglewood (Queensland), about 25(0 acres of land, well grassed, well watered, and well fenced. Ap ply in first iustance to. J. F. THOMAS, Solicitor, Tenterfield. For Private Saie. THE Cottage and paddocks, (for merly late Mr. Alex. Robertson's) adjoining Mr. F. Kneipp'f, resi dence, Cowper Street. Terms given, Apply, L. J. PEARSON, c/o Mr. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor. I have running in niy paddock at Carroll's Creole a o year old red bul lock branded W C W (C up side down) off ribs, which I believe to be my property, it having my ear mark : top off near tar and half split in— and also a .small nick out from under same ear. Anybody showing better claim can have bullock by paying cost and agistment. P. DONOGIIUE, Tenteriield. THE P. A. & M; SOCIETY'S VERY IMPORTANT. ANOTHER GENERAL MEET ING will be held in the Sohool of Arts on THURSDAY AFTER-, NOON, ,23rd.instant, at 3.30, to re port progress and further outline our " mode of a...
Boating Fatality. FIVE MEN DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
FIVE MEN DROWNED. St. Kilda was the scene of a ter rible fatality on Friday morning last, when iive men were drowned through a boa't capsizing in a squall. All efforts at rescue were unavailable. Shortly after G a.m. two tramway men, living at East Brunswick, named William Ford, of Brunswick-street, and Louis Thomas, of Barkley-strcet, called at Brooks' boutshed, St. ICilda, and desired to engage a boat for a day's fishing. Brooks did not like the look of the weather, and refused to let them have a boat. Three other men, name John Lowe, of Havelock street, St. Kilda, and George William Tusker and Ernest Tasker (brothers), of Barkley-street, St. Kilda, were busy close by getting ready to launch a flat-bottomed sailing boat belonging to Mr. Smith, a local resident. Lowe, who was an experienced deep-sea sailor, laughed at Brooks' fears, and the two tramway men joined the St. Kilda party. They got out about three quarters of a mile and commenced fishingj but Brooks, who had' been keepin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Age 35; Appearance @5. . That's bad—both for business and social reasons. Gray hair is a draw back in every way ; for in no sense docs it pay to look old. Look at your photograph before you turned gray. Why not be us young looking again now? Marie Permanent Hair Stain will restore the bright, rich color and lustre of youth to your hair. One treatment will'give vou back that beauty of youth that you have lost; immediately, and permanently. Never will it fade, alter, rub oil', wash oil, wear off, or become patchy. Even surf bathing, oil, dump atmosphere, does not spoil its effect. Nothing in the world is surer than the permanent effect of Marie Permrnent Hair Stain. Why not use it? Your appearance will then be a pleasure to y&lt; ur friends as well as yourself. Sold by It. II. Phippurd, Chemist, Tenterfield, anrl most chemists, or sent at once Tin receipt of price, 10/6, and Is postage, from Marie Van Brakkel, Ladies' Hair Specialist. Only ad dress : 4(i Castlereagh-strcet, Sy...
DUNDEE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
DUNDEE RACES. The annual meeting of the Dundee : Jockey Club was , held on Easter I Monday. The nominations were very ■ poor, the largest field consisting of ' three horses. Results :— Opening Handicap, 15 sovs., fifurs. i —-Valley King, 7.7 (Murphy) 1 : Serious 8.8 (Rose) 2. Winner 5 to 4. Time, 1.21 J. Novice Race, 10 sovs., 0 furs.— tjuuthor, 8'7 (Murphy) 1 ; Muffin, 9.0, 2 ; Jim Fit/,, 8.0, 3; Won easily. Winner started at 2 to 1 on. Time, 1.21. Welter Handicap, 10 sovs., 7 furs. —Holt, 10.11 (Murphy) and Guess, 9.0 (Rowc) dead heated. In the run off Guess won by a length. Winner 0 to I on. Time, 1.32. Dundee Handicap, 20 soys., 1 mile. ■—Serious 8.(1.' (Rose) 1 ; Holl, 8.2 (Murphy) 2. Winner 4 to 1 on. Severn Handicap, 10 sovs., G furs. —Howbridgc, 8.8 (Murphy) 1 ; Jim Fitz, G.7 (Johnson) 2. No betting. Time, 1,213
A.J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
A.J.C. -RACES. First Hurdle Race.—Clontaft, Hall mark, John "Willie. Winner 6 to 1. Time, 3.46J. Autumn Stakes.—Alured, Bon Ton, Aurofodina. Winner G to .4. Time, 2.35-j; : • A.J.C. Sires' Produce Stakes.— Imshi, Mountain Knight, Eugeny. Winner 10 to 1. Time, 1.28 J. Roricaster Handicap.—First Prin ciple, Gigandra, Taunter. Winner 20 to 1. Won by half a neck. Time, 1.39|. A.J.C. St. Leger.—Radnor, Bera goon, Simon Friso. Winner 7 to 2 on. Time, 3.4J. Highweight Handicap.—Silver Lad, Rymerhild, Grain. • Winner 1G to 1. Time, 1.144. Second Day.—Monday. Flying Handicap.—Gold Brew, Aleconner, Maltchester. Winner 8 to 1. Time, 1.13-J. Champagne Stakes.—Woorak, Car lita, Eugeny. Winner 3 to 1 on. Time, 1.141. Sydney Cup. Lilyveil, Multifoil, Belove. Winner 5 to ]. Multifoil entered the straight about half a length in front of Belove, while Lily ■ veil was rapidly ' improving his posi tion. Lilyveil dashed to the front at the distance and smothering the op position in a few strides, romped...
Sandy Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
(From our Correspondent.) The second round of the musketry course was iired 011 Saturday last in fine weather when there was a good roll up of members, in fact so many that it'was impossible to put them all through their course. The shooting was very good despite tho fact that this is the first year that the new musketry course came into force, and the conditions is much harder than the old course. 1). Kiernan's per formance is worthy of great praise, he scored KiJ out of a total of 190. Dave is only a young 'shot 'and he gave the old veteran, English, a hard tussle for top score. The third round will he fired 011 the first Satur day in May. Complete A. W. English 173 D. Keirnan 169 W. Raddatz 157 W. Laird 153 E. McClifty 153 P. Petrie 152 S. Curvey ... ' 15c E. Moylan I5r H. Bendall ... 13S W. Tolly ... ... 138 E. Kiernan ... .138 J. Iialliday ... 128 J; Laird 128 Incompl-te. R. Coomhes 106 Capt. White • 99 J. Kelly ... 99 G. Kerr ... 9i P. J. Dwyer 90 F. Petrie 82 H. Petrie ... ' ...
Religious Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 1!). PuKsr.YTKKiAN Ciiuucii.—Tenterlield, at .11 • a.m. and 7..'SO p.m., Leech's Gaily ."> p.m. liy the Rev. G. Edwards. Ciiuucii op Enoi.and.—Tenterlield 1! a.m. and 7..'10 p.m., Tarban at 2.00 p.m., and Wallangarra • .at .1 p.m. by Rev. 15. W. Miller. Methodist.—Tenterlield 11 a.m. by Mr. J. H. Trudennick, and 7..'10 p.m. Mr. E. Morton ; Sunnyside at 2..'10 p.m. by Mr. A. Clark ; Drake 11 a.m. and 7. .'10 p.m. I'V Mr. H. Roper. At the Yearling Sales this week Mr. Arthur Jeffrey purchased a Mousquitpu filly for 1.55 guineas, and Mr. H. A. Smith a Grafton oolt for 110 guineas.
Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. ' A man named Teruglis, at Rome, having a grudge against another man named Udinc attacked the latter savegely initiating wounds which proved fatal. The murderer then barricaded himself in his home and killed his wife and two sons and then attempted to commit suicide. The President of the United States referring tu the arrest of American marines says he is determined to up hold the national honor of the Repub lic at all costs. He declares that unless Huerta fires a salute to the American flag the United States will will first seize Tampico and then Vera Cruz. The United States Cabinet has now decided to order a naval demonstration oil the Mexican coast. There was a large crowd at the Victoria station, London, to bid fare well to Sir Ronald Munro-Fergusson, Governor-General elect of Australia. Snowy Baker is conducting negotia tions with Carpentier for a match in London for the world's championship. Mr. Baker has leased the Cirque de Paris for nine month...
SCHOOL OF ARTS v. WALLANGARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
.Scjiooi, of Anr-s v. Wauaxoaki!A. A mixed team from the School of Arts visited Wallangarra on Good Friday and defeated the local team by 2o games. Owing.to the hook with the scores on No. 2- court being left at Wallangarra we are unable to pub lish the full scores. The Arts team report a very pleasant day and some good play was witnessed. Scores :— Miss Connor and Jiiekey v; Mrs. Hell'ernan and McNeil 1 •—(i Mrs. Doyle and Miss Imberger v. Misses On sack ... ... 6—4 Mrs. Mitchell and Mitchell v. •Miss Cusnek arid OkShea ... 0—f) Miss Connor and it aid v. Miss Cusnek and McNeil ... 0—f! Mrs. Doyle and Mitchell v. Mrs. Brnsiiarhoiiraiid Cu.suclc 6-—1 Mrs. McLeod and Jiiekey v. Miss E. Cusnek and Walker (!—2 Misses Connor and imberger v. Mrs. Jlellernan and Cusnek (!•—1 Mrs. Mitchell and Mitchell v. .Mrs. Iieffernan and O'Shea 2—6 Miss Connor and Fund v. Miss Miss dusavk and Brnslutrbour (5—1 Mrs. Doyle and Miss lingers v. Melseil and O'Shea
PARK v. GYMNASIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Pahk v. Gymnasium. A team of ladies from the Gym nasium Xlhib defeated a 'mixed team from the'Park Club on the former's ccurfc on Saturday after an interesting mutch by four games. Refreshments were handed round during the after noon to players and visitors by the Gymnasium ladies. Appended are the scores :— Mrs. Jardine and Jardinc v. Misses Whereat .... ... 2—6 Same v. Misses Smith and Scott 6-—1 Same v. Mrs. Nealo and Miss Whitton ... ... ... 1—6 Same v. Misses Kdrmodc and ••• Skeldon ... ... ... 6—1 Mrs. Garner and Newton v. Misses Kennode and Skeldon 6:—3 Same v. Misses Whereat .... 0&lt;—6' Same v. Misses.Smith and Scott G-—1 Same v. Mrs. Neale and Miss Whitton ..." ... ... 2—-6 Miss Mnufrcdi and Newton v. • Misses Smith and Scott ... '6—3 Miss Manfredi and Heed v. ; Misses Kermodc and Skeldon 6—3 Same v. Misses Whereat ... 4—6. Same v. Mrs. Neale,and Miss ,1/ ; Whitton ... ... 4—6 Miss Garr and Garner v.-Mrs. • Nealo and Miss Whitton ... 2—6 Same v. Misses Smith and S...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Winter fastly approaching. ilready in cvid Jack Frost already in evidence. Tjyeeum Pictures on Saturday night. Border Paces a great success. . Harold Curry holds a cattle and horse sale on Saturday morning. ■ Bruxnef & Cotton's big cattle sale on the Showground on Saturday. Sale of Mr Mackenzie's household furniture 011 Saturday. Attention directed'to Mitchell and Hutton's land sale advt. Humored one of the local hotels .will change hands shortly. Annual meeting of Caledonian Society 011 Saturday night. Mail train an hour and a half late this morning. ••Military Ball next Wednesday week. Steady rain set in this morning and continued throughout the day. At the Police Court yesterday a young man was lined 5s for imbibing too freely during the holidays. Saturday next last day of the A.J.C. meeting. At the annual sale of yearly at Puu.'dwick on Tuesday values ranged from 22.', guineos to 1 !>00 guineas. The latter price was paid for a brother of Bright Laddie. Mr. A. .luddwon...
SCHOOL OF ARTS v. AMOSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
hchooi. of akt.s v. Amosfield. On Easter Saturday, a gents team from the School of Aids Club made the trip to AmosHeld where they met the Liston team. The journey was made in Mr. AVinterton's cais. The town was left at 7..">0 a.m. and at 10 o'clock A mosfield was reached. The visitors were defeated to the tune of 60 games, but wore fully compensated by the way they were looked after bv the home team, being entertained at luncheon and afternoon tea. The re turn journey was made in good time. Scores :—• Huthnaneo and Hiekey v. Christensen and Christenson 2—6 Same v. Christenson and Brice 6—3 Same v. Sa 11)0... .... •6—3 Same v. Dickson and McCrome 1—G Same v. Kelly .and Goodyear 3—G Same v. Same... ... 3—6 Mitchell and Eyan v. Kelly and Goodyear ... ... 3—6 Same v. Same ... 1—6 Same v. Dickson and McCrome 4—6 Same v. Christensen and Brice '0—6 Same v. Same... ... ■... 2—6 Same v. Christensen and : , Christensen... ... ■■■-. ... 3—-6 Same v. .Dickson and McCrome ••"•2:—6 Shipp and D...
Correspondence. The Editor does not necessarily endorse the views of correspondents.] (To the Editor of "Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 16 April 1914
Tliu Editor docs not necessarily en dorse' the views of correspond ents.] (To the Editor of 11 Courier.'') Dcav Sir,—Your columns are al ways open to ventilate grievances and redress wrongs, and as no one else has referred to the mutter therein, I think that perhaps, in default of a more able writer, it may be my duty to direct your attention to one of the condi tions governing the prize for "Fat Ox" atddie late Tenterfiold Show. Now our Show is, as you know, celebrated throughout the length and breadth of Australia as perhaps the best and most up-to-date of any agri cultural "show" outside of Sydney, and exhibitors from all parts of New South Wales and Queensland meet in friendiy rivalry there. Under the circumstances is it not a miserable piece of parochialism to restrict the entries for the "Fat Ox" class to- animals reared within 100 miles of Tenterlield! Who can he responsible for such a petty piece of legislation 1 Are some of our sapient committee afraid of outside competi ti...
Tragedy of Unsound Mind. DEMENTED MAN'S TERRIBLE DEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 20 April 1914
Tragedy of Unsound 6 Mind. DEMliNTED MAN'S TERRIBLE DEED. A horrible tragedy was discovered at North Ynss on Thursday morning. The'scene was a house occupied by Robert Reidy, whose unusual be havious of late had given rise to fears on the part of his friends as to his mental condition. For some time they had been trying to get'him into an asylum. Soon after 9 o'clock on Tliursday morning the suspicions of neighbours •were uroused by noises from Reidy's house. Some of them went in and Mrs. Reidy was found stretched on the floor in a pool of blood. Her head had been terribly battered, np pareutly with an use which was found on the floor bloodstained. There was a gaping wound in the woman's throat. Reidy was lying near by also bleed ing from a gash in his throat. Both were dead.
Totalisator. INSISTENT PUBLIC DEMAND. EXCLUSION OF THE BOOKMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 20 April 1914
•INSISTENT PUBLIC DEMAND. EXCLUSION OF THE BOOK ■MAKER. .A deputation interviewed Mr. Flowers, M.L.C., in Sydney, on Thursday, and urged that betting privilege^similar to "those in connec tion with horseracing and coursing should be extended to athletic and bicycle meetings. The Minister said as far as he was concerned any proposal to allow book makers to go jo these meetings would always receive his strongest opposi tion. If they admitted bookmakers to football contests they would have no football contests at all in very short time. Another deputation representing the Country Racing Association, who announced that they controlled prac tically the whole of the horse-racing of the State outside Sydney and New castle requested that the totalisator should be legalised as speedily as pos sible. They claimed that the tote would improve racing by eliminating the bookmaker and enabling the clubs to give better prizes. One speaker suggested that the ' Government should take 2i per cent, and...
Correspondence. The Editor does not necessarily endorse the views of correspondents.] THE SHIRE VALUATIONS. (To the Editor of "Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 20 April 1914
The Editor does not necessarily en dorse the views of correspond ents. ] THE SHIRE VALUATIONS. (To the Editor of " Courier.") , Sir,—To say that the efforts of the valuer fcr the Tenterfield Shire have created a sensation and ar-eused general indignation is to put the matter ttiildly. The aim seems to have be£n to put every block of land in a certain area on an equality. Now, everyone knows that in each riding in this Shire, and in every locality in the riding, and even on most of the farms, the soil varies to auch an extent that no real valua tion can be made without a thorough inspection of each property. It is common knowledge that the valuer called at only a few homes in each district, took a hurried survey of the house paddock, and passed 011. How could he be expected to do aught else in the time at his disposal and for the paltry sum of ,£300 ? What I want to know is : How can he uphold his valuations at the Appeal Court, when it can be proved he was never within cooee of the ...