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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

f Blotches. On Face ^ CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDI" ION , Nothing is more worrying to peo ple, especially ladies, than to have their complexions spoiled by pim ples and blotcho.;. These are invari ably duo to poor condition of Ihe blood, caused by a disordered liver not performing its functions, and a remedy that will set the liver right is consequently the only thing to free one from these disfiguring and painful eruptions. An excellent in stance of the eflicacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a blood purl-, tying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of I! Moores Street, off Botany Rd., Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes:—"just a few lines to say that I have been taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills and found they do me a great amount of good. Pre viously I was always suffering from Bilious Attacks, in addition if; this I had red patches 011 my face and was languid and tired every 'day. Having taken doctor's medicines without feeling any belter for it, and as one of.my cousins had ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Owing to the scarcity of stock and in order to avoid a further rise in the price charged for Beef and Mut toni, the undersigned butchers of Tenterfield have decided on and after the 4th April to sell for cash only. Signed, * P. J. KELLY, A. & It. CRISP, ■ T. A. LANDERS. CASH PRICES. d Leg Mutton 54 Chops 5J Shoulder Mutton 5 Fore-quarters 5 Half Sheep 5 Bodies 5 Pork Chops 8 'Pork Joints 6 Ordinary Steak _ Rump Steak 5i Sirloin Roast Si Rib Roast n Fillet Steak 7 Corn Round *-i Corn Beef 4 ' Flanks \ 3 Absolutely NO BOOKING. 1914. We are again in the front Ranks All depletion of Stock rluring the Festive Season has already been ' refilled w ith the latest and best JEWELLERY BEAUTIFUL JEWELLERYS WATCHES THE BEST WATCHES CLOCKS, STERLING SILVER GOODS, SILVER E.P. WARE, OPTICAL GOODS, etc. I Sight Testing and Spectacles to order. Repairs a Speciality. | Our Service is Good. Our Goods are Genuine. Our Prices are Strictly Reasonable. Watchmakers, Jewellers & Opticians. GE...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'Hard Labor" not Hard Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

An accused person was in the wit ness box at the Quarter Sessions, Sydney, recently, being cross-exiiminod as to his character, when lie ad mitted having served a sentenced pre viously of three months' hard labor. " Yes, I put in.the;time ill"gaol," said the accused,' " but I did not look upon it as hard labor at all." . ''What's .that1?" queriedJudge Rogors, " not hard ? labor ?"-." No,your Honor," saicl," said-the young - man; • " J. have been -at hard-work all niy life,. and T idonit consider'^the - gaol work: hard." ■His ■Honor : • " A sort oMioliday,- eh 1' The accused, was slightly deaf, did nptvhear: the .•■Judge's question; • and the latter again said, " You do not "consider it" hard" at alii ' r The-.ac cused's reply wasHhat it was not- the work- that he objected: to, but ho did nofc-likeibeing, locked up. The man was found guilty of a charge" of per jury, and was sentenced to two years' hard labor in Goulburn gaol.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Chilly Nights. Colds prevalent. Another lire in House Streets. Lyceum Pictures on Saturday night. .Scrub .Football Club meeting on Saturday night. Big cattle sale at Stanthorpe on Tuesday next. Land .Hoards sits on Tuesday and Wednesday next. A day's races will lie held at Drake on Saturdav. Stockou'iiers still busy trucking" cattle for Fleiuington. Bruxner and Cotton's big land and property sale on Saturdav. Harold Curry holds a cattle sale 011 Saturday afternoon. Mitchell & Mutton's big land and property sale on Saturday. Annual meeting in connection with Farmers' Day Sports on Saturday morning. Harold Curry will sell choice store, pigs on Saturday afternoon. Shire ratepayers indignation meet ing next Saturday morning. Don't forget the gr:-nd plain and fancy dress Military Ball 011 Wednes day iiiirht. Mr. A. M. White, of Bolivia, lias purchased a Buiek car. Adjourned meeting of members of School of Arts to-morrow night. Attention directed to income tax ; advt. in this issu...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

The lie v. ,T. B. V. Steel, B.A., Presbyterian minister, Casino, is to be married to Miss McGregor, of Nuwra, afc Nowra on th<; 30th inst. Rev. H. S. Buntine, minister of St. Paul's Presbytc 'rian Glui rch, jVritii dale, has sustained a partial break down in health—the penalty of a .strenuous life—and is applying for six months' leave of absence. 1:1 e will probablv leave in about a fort night 011 a visit to bis brother, l->r. Buntine, of South Africa. The iter, gentleman preached in Tejiterlield a few Sundavs ago. Mr. J. M. lieid returned to Queens land this morning. Miss (j. H. 51. Davie,s, " The Pines,'' who is !e:iving ill a few days for Eng land, will b.) entertained" to-worrow (Friday) evening at a valedictory dance in the Gymnasimn. At " Willowbank " on Wednesday a niunber of her personal friends gath ered at an autograph tea given for her by Mrs. and Miss llamiay.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

KUHSE CTJZUES, of Burbon Street, Bundaberg (Q.)j writes : " I was so ill I longed for the hour when I would be at peace." Read her letter: OS-ESV3EMTS TOC-MC EUTTD. " Unl:l two years ago I followed my profession of LADIES NURSE, residing then at. Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE or MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. ! was treated by several doctors, but grew worse, and became so low and suffered so much thai I despaired of ever ba/.g well; again; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS V£RY\NEAR; ./and, indeed, I ONLY LONGED FOR THE HOUR WHENI: WOULD, BE AT PEACE. A friend* who was most per s:sienl. in her ;ciIo'ts, finally made me try Clements Tonic, AND IT PROVED • MY SALVATION.: Four bottles saw me up and about, and now, although well advanced ih^ycars, Lam stfcnfc and active, and well able to look alter the businesi I havc.: I.ATTRIBUTE THAT ENTIRELY TO CLEMENTS .. .TONIC, AND WOULD BE PLEASED IF YOU WOULD MAKE ; USE OF THIS .LET TER. /(Signed), •.•.:::,vK«;~.S5 LINN JCRBSKG, of S D...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Tin: usiuvl fortnightly meeting of the Council was Sulci on Mumlity ** evening last. J'resent : Aid. .Stewart (Mayor), Klin'.1, Walker, Curry, Whereat, Taylor, and Stevenson. The minutes of the last meeting were rear! and confirmed on the mo tion of Aid. Walker and, Kline. Correspondence. From Department of Attorney-Gen eral, stati;;r; that telephone would lie installed at Court House. Prom Board of Fire Commissioners, forwarding statement of revenue and expenditure for Tenterfield Fire Dis trict. From Tenterfield Shire Council, re noxious \yeeds on streets. From Australian Wood Pipe Co., in formation re wood pipes. The foregoing was .received oil the motion of Aid. (Stevenson and Whereat. Aid. Kline said he was pleased they had been .successful in obtaining, the telephone a: the Court House ni'ter a second attempt. Regarding the hitter from the Fire Commissioners. Aid. "Walker asked if it was customary to pay those that ran;; the bell. The Mayor said there was no special item for. ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Movements [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

The following arc the principal stock movements since last report :— 7750 wethers from Pandora ami Glen don'for Wee VIno., A. Hardy own er. 350 weancrs from Grecni'.ah for Sil ent Grove, H. J. Horner owner. 2340 mixed sheep from Spring Mount ior Glendon, C. Mott owner. 392 wethers from Cradock.' for V/illara, Chisholm Bros, owners. 2700 wethers from Keytah for Glen don, C. Mott owner. 190 fat wethers from Allison for Flemington, J. Watson owner. 100 fat wethers from Clarcvaulx for Flemington, P. J. Timbs owner. 37 lincoln rams from Balaclava for Fairlee, H. W. ThomaB owner. 6000 wethers from The Blufl for Spring Mount, C'. Mott owner. 1500 wethers from Pandora for Uralla, A. Smith owner. 1050 mixed sheep from Texas for Armidale, F. Finlay owner. 60 rams from Arrawatta for Charle ville (Q.), —. Baker owner. 1317' ewes from Ottley Vale for Coola moil, C. K. Cadell owner. 1G8 crossbred sheep from Riverside for Liillydaie, J. F. Chafley own er. 394 mixed sheep from Sale Yards for Crysta...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding. KUSKEY—ROOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

KUSKEY—IIOO.S, Christ Church, Tenterfield, was the scene of u very pretty wedding yesterday afternoon when the Rev. B. AV. Miller .sol emnised the marriage of Ellen Gladys, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hook, of West Tenterfield, and Norman James Kuskey, sixth sou of the late Mr. Edward Kuskey and Mrs. Kuskey, of High-street. "The Clnireh was pro fusely decorated with flowers and greenery by friends of the bride and bridegroom. As the bride, entered the Church with her father, who gave her in marriage, the choir sang "The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden." The ceremony took place under a gowned in brocade silk over satin with all silk lace and pearl trimmings and milling, and with a caught train of silk all over, finished with pearl trimmings and true lover's knot of pearls, and the customary veil, and carried ,a bouquet of white roses, stocks, carnations, and asparagus fern. She also wore a- gold bangle set with rubies and pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by M...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

LIME l ■ LIME ! LIME FOU SALE afc 6s (id n buff. Delivered one mile from Post Otiice. J. ]!. DAY, ■ House Street. CATTLE SALE. ROYAL YARDS, SATURDAY . NEXT, 25th Instant, at 2 p.m. HAROLD CURRY will sell 70 head of Bullocks, Cows, Steers and li'cii'urs.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

8Y0SMEY. llnii\suiiv. I Tin—-'30s (Jil. .During it disturbance between two men on the steamer .Port Curtis, lying in Wcolloomooloo Bay, a young fire man, John Sullivan, fell overboard and way drowned. His companion, Martin Neary, also a fireman, re ceived injuries which necessitated his removal to the hospital in a critical condition.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Asset of Liability. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Asset of Liability. i The grain crop is a liability—the cattle crop' an asset. It may seonv a little severe, but an analysis of the two still bear out the statement. Grain fanning reduces the humus ii\ the soil. Stock raising increases it. Grain farming spoils the me chanical condition of l.ho soil— stock-raising improves 'it. • Grain | raising fosters weeds, plant disease, and insects—and stock raising de creases them. Oraiu raising results *in decreased yields. 8toc.k raising increases them. Stock raising de velops thrift—pay as you go. Urn in raising' brings the nior(gage. Stock raising pays it off. The labour for I grain raising is expensive—that for i stock raising is cheaper in that it is . engaged by the year. Oram raising is dependent on the season —often resulting in failure. Stock raising is more independent of the season. flrain raising is a soil robber ; hence it is only possible on a new soil, and then only for a short time. The only permanent' agriculture is that which...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Wolths Grass. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Western Woiths Grass. In the year 1905 a labourer ill Holland noticed some unusually tall heads' of what was to all appear ance Italian ryegrass. The unusual luxuriance of grow'th attracted his. attention, for though the seed heads were similar to the ordinary Ital ian the leaf and stem were stronger and more vigorous. He pulled the heads and sowed the seeds, with the result that the plants that came showed the same characteristics as those iie saw growing in the first instance. He at once communicated the fact to Mr. Homo Ten Have, a noted seed grower and merchant of Scheemda, Holland. This gentle man tested it for a couple of sea sons, and finding it still maintain ed its superior luxuriance of growth he went in extensively for cultivat ing for the seed market. It sprang at once into favour owing to its high germinating power, and the un usually large' quantity of feed it gave. In that country of small holding.*/it was .just the grass for the small dairyman, for it would stand I r...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Business Methods in Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Business Methods in Dairying. -4 To make a success in the dairy business depends upon knowing the fundamental principles, of that bu siness and applying that know ledge intelligently and in . a busi nesslike way. . ' . .. Milking cows, to ninny farmers, is task. Handling dairying animals and providing for their needs is in ' deed no easy matter, but it is" as re munerative an occupation'' as a far mer possessed with ability and in dustry can follow. No farmer can expect farming" alone, under whatever system, to make him rich in the common sense of the term. It is well known;r however, that he may provide for his family a comfortable living and a substantial surplus. ■ So much is said and written : in this highly "modernised" ago about "high positions," "big salaries," "easy work," etc., that it is only natural for the young men and wo men of our farms to grow up with the Hlea that work with the hands in connection with 'brain work is to be shunned. That's one reason why they leave t...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

"Wiiichcoinbc, Carson, Ltd., wired us to-da-y as follows:—Market un i altered. Beef ;iOs to 35s per lOOlbs. Bullocks £7 to £14, cows £5 to £10.

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

Aid Taylor pointed out that since last rain weeds had sprung lip every where. Aid. Kline : What kind of weeds. \7oice : All kinds of weeds. Aid. Stevenson said some super vision would be required, and the matter was left in the Inspector's hands. Aid. Kline asked if all persons served with notices to destroy weeds had complied. The Mayor said he thought the In spector would report if ratepayers neglected. The ■Inspector said that in the majority of cases owners had com plied. There was one or two cases where ho couldn't find the owners. Aid. Taylor .said that blackberries required attention. / Aid. Kline: Include all noxious weeds. ' ■ The Mayor said ie would get the . Inspector to attend to blackberries. Aid. Kline said that the weeds were bad )n the new road near the truck- j ing yards. Aid. Whereat: They are worth cultivating if a good class. |! The Mayor: Yes, we will trans plant them on some of your land. Aid. Whereat said there were plenty of straying stock. . Aid. Taylor: Yes...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

ip iA avu<u'iuljlvuji « aua «>IlS©8LS©o " Ah, that's} Catarrh," said the Doctor, " Chronic Catarrh. It is quite incur able—there is no cure for Catarrh known to Medical Science." Such 1b only too frequently the kind of consolation afforded to cat arrhal sufferers, and it can be prov ed that the number of people of all ages who suffer from catarrh, or from its correlated maladies and troubles is simply legion. Millions of the earth's inhabitants ara gripped by the nose with this disease, whi-.h is one of the most unpleasant c< all the ailments whiah afflict mankind, and is the forerunner of almost every other disease—so that "Take care of your nose and your nose will take care of you" has becomo one of the most vital truisms of hu man life. Chronic catarrh has^ in deed a tight grip upon its victim, for it makes itself felt in hundreds of ways. It grips the nose and caus es polypus, or post-nasal growth, ad enoids, ozena, thickening of the bones, or terminals ...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XVI. HUMPHREY CHURTON'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

CHAPTER XVr HUMPHREY CHURTON'S, STORY. | This strange story, coming" under such circumstances, immediately suggested some trick or -'ruse on the part of the Kaffirs, All voices were hushed, and the men clustered together near the solitary candle that was burning in tho house;'With anxious faces they looked at one another. For a moment they lis tened in silence. Rap ! rap ! rap ! Again tlie mys terious visitor knocked, and it was evident that lie -was just outside tho window of the sitting-room. "What can it mean?" Eric whis pered. ''Perhaps a'white man—a fugitive settler—is out there,'1' suggested Phil, "and he wants us to let him in quietly." "That's possible," muttered the. scout; "but I'm afraid the TCafiirs are up to some devilry." "We'll tnko no risk, anyway," said Carter, in a low voice. "Keep an eye on those loopholes, men, in caso of a surprise." With (hat. and just as the rapping ' was hoard a third time, he stepped j across the sitting-room floor to the I window.' ! "Who's...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XV. A MYSTERIOUS VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 23 April 1914

CHAPTER XV. A MYSTERIOUS VISTTOR. There was no need for Phil and Kric to ask wlini. the tumult meant. They knew the men who were out on watch must luive encountered the enemy, and that an attack on tho vhouse would probably come speed ily. Forgetting what they had just been talking about, -they hurriod with one accord from tho room. , Out in the porch they found Carter, ■the scout, and another man, and tho number was quickly completed by the arrival of .Jacobus M.vnhart and Fergus Hay garth. Tho latter's wound, painful though it was, did not incapacitate him for duty. For a moment, or two there was intense and breathless silence. All eyes looked across the clearing be fore the house to where the young orange trees ended on the verge of the thick bush. Further beyond, to tho north, a wooded kopje towered several hundred feet in air. It was a late hour of the afternoon, and the sun wa& drooping low. "I can't account for this dead stillness," muttered Curler, "unless the poor f...

Publication Title: Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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