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Scrub Football Club. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
ANNUAL MEETING There were about lit'teeii ' members of this Club present at tlie annual meeting held at the Telegraph Hotel 011 Saturday evening last. Mr. Dan McCarthy, one of the Vice-presidents, was voted to the chair. The Secretary (Mr. liirrei'.) road his annual report as follows: In submitting my report on 191 ■> season 1 wish to state that on the whole we had a very successful sea son. We played six competition mat ches, 4 of which we won, 1 drawn and I lost. On the face of this we were most unfortunate to lose the competition. .In our competition games the sc lented players always put in an ap pearance, showing thut- our members lliul the Club's welfare at heart. We played •! matches against our Stanthwrpe rivals winning one' and losing two—the first game however we played short. r With the. exception of three or four our members paid up their subscrip tions. One of our V.l/.'s, Mr. Purvis Smith, donated 1.1, and other dona-] tions of-caps and medals were made by supporter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
Alf. Martin, Hairdresser, asidl EVIercer. Cash Buyer for Rabbit Skins, Hock and Scrub Wallaby, Hides, Sheep Skins, Horse and Cow Hair. Aim straight aud lay them low. Bring them to MARTIN and get your dough. Itandartii Bakery Power and Son. Good wholesome food rnlds years to a'porson's life. Our Bread possesses all the essentials of goodness and wholesomencss. It is our aim to please customers and we. take pains to do so. Confectionery, Fruits, and Cakes 11 large variety. 'Wedding and Birthday Cakes a speciality. HI SHOP m EBil III ROOMS. . MRS. A. E. ROGERS begs to inform the public of Tentovfield that she has purchased the Fruit and Con fectionery business of Mrs. Murphy, in House-street. The choicest of fruit and confectionery only will be ■stocked in the future and a share of business will be well merited. An up-to-date Refreshment Room in connection with the business lias been opened and meals will be stip i plied at. ail hours. Try our Hot Pies, obtainable at any time. Pressed ...
Proposal Refuses Because of Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
. You arc biking a big risk of dis appointment, my trood man, l>y pro posing to the ladv of your heart be fore vising Marie .Permanent Hair Stain. ' Those gray hairs make yon look older than you aie, and will exert an inlluencc. against you. Take, no risks. Why should you ! Marie, Permanent Permanent Hair .Stain will make your .hair light, medium, or dark brown, or* black— -just as you wish. One treatment only is needed, and the result is permanent. Your hair will lie rich, soft and .silky. IS'o amount'of washing or rubbing will alter its color or brilliancy. Never will it fade, change or grow patchy. Nothing is surer. .But more—it will improve the growth of your hair, giving it new life and vigor as well as permanent beauty. Use it to-day. Look young again—immediately and always. Ask your chemist for Marie Permanent Hair Stain. Sold bv 11. II. Pl-rippard. Chemist, Tenterfield, and most- chemists, or sent at once on receipt of price, 1 (>/!>. and Is postage, from Marie Van ...
The Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
The Tenterfield Courier And District Advocate Outstanding in the speech delivered by the Governor-General at the open-, ing of the Federal Parliament are the proposals to re-submit during the ses sion two contentious bills, one prohib iting preference to unionists and the other granting the right of postal vot ing. The rejection of these measures will precipitate a conflict- that must end in a dissolution. of one or both Houses. The agreement entered into between the Government and the State Premiers will give the control of the whole of our debts to the Com monwealth. This has -been already provided for both in the original draft of the Constitution and in its amend ment of 1910. The intention of the Cook Government is to take over the whole of the debts and, consolidate them into Commonwealth Consols. By so doing Sir John Forrest hopes to effect a deal with English moneylend ers, such as Mr. Goschen did with the English National debt in 1888 by which he will save so much in intere...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
ORES! 11TTEH THIS fW3¥il - IT Rllffi'S - - egomigal ( ca a IPHIOEB a D a Every lady lias an oppor tunity of dressing better this Winter than be fore—yet without the dress costing more. By Buying at Iteid's. —0 We are prepared to meet the .most exacting de- ■ mandsin all sections of ' v our Ladies'Wearing Ap parel Department. Our Millinery, for in stance, we are glad to state, does credit to our special eftorfc to make it the most pleasing assort ment opened in Tenter field. '—O'— ■'. ' You -will do well to inspect the showing. • The Oosttimes are all that you could desire. The qualities are superb, the styles are the very newest and most sensible, the making is proved to be ,good by the excellent finish. The Underwear is in a delightfully wide range which makes choosing very easy and decidedly satisfactory. Our Footwear Depart ment will interest you on account of the many new styles lidded ; strong handsome, mannish kinds, now so popular among well dressed ladies, are in full range....
Telegrams. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
SYDNEY. Monday. Tin—28s. In the Divorce Court to-day C&lt;in stance Victoria Barhani Yuille brought a suit for restitution of conjugal rights against her husband "William Douglas Yuille, medical practitioner, at Dubbo. The petitioner deposed that she had a nurse as companion in her house and they had quarrels about her as witness was jealous. When they removed to 'Dubbo the nurse vent with them against her wishes. His Honor ordered respond ent t.) take the petitioner back within :H days. ' George Morrison, on walking along Kent-street last night, was set upon by l'our footpads who knocked him down and kicked him to insensibility, they then went through his clothes and secured his watch and chain be sides a small sum of money. The victim was conveyed to the hospital suH'ering with a broken nose, and' a b ully lacerated face. The land market was dead on Sat urday last. Out of all the land offer ed only one small town block was sold.
Legume Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
Legume Sports. (J>y our Spuoial lAepre.sentative.) The annual .sports were held on the recreation ground on St. George's Day. The weather was splendid for outdoor sports, and a large number attended. The visitors were from Killarney and the surrounding dis tricts. Councillors Inglis and Crisp represented the Tenterfield Shire Council and Crs. Neill and Grayson The publican's booth was run bv Mr. 1?. Stanfield, of the Tooloom Hotel, and the luncheon and refreshment booth was capably attended to by Miss M. Wood, of Killarnev, both booths were kept busy all day. Mr. \r. Dugg, with his shooting gallery was also largely patronised. Great praise is due to the officials for their untiring efforts to make the different events run off smoothly. Special mention should be made of the cap able manner in which Mr. L. W. Wilkinson worked in supervising the events. The gate money amounted to nearly ,£7, and there were, 70 mem bers' tickets sold, each of these en titling two to enter the ground....
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
Lyceum Pictures to-morrow night. Military Ball 011 Wednesday night. Adjourned annual meeting of Cale donian Society on Thursday uight. Book up your cattle for Bruxner Cotton's big sale on 1 (5th May. Glen Times race programme adver tised in this issue. Mitchell and Mutton had a success ful sale of drapery on Saturday last. The sale will be continued 011 Satur day next. On Saturday next at "2 o'clock JBrn xner and Cotton will hold a sale of 1!:0 head of cattle, comprising .'J year old bullocks, steers and fat cows. Tenders for the grazing right of the racecourse close with the. Secretary to the Trustees, (Mr. E. W, "Whereat) 011 Saturday next. A meeting of the P. P. .Board will be h'jld 011 Thursday morning next, 30t;i inst, at 11 o'clock. Business is general and to fix date for election of directors. The committee of the Agricultural Society meet on Saturday afternoon next, when the tenders for show sale rights will be considered, and also the designs for the new pavilion. On Wednes...
Indignant Ratepayers. SATURDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
SATURDAY'S MEETING. ■ A meeting of considerably over 100 ratepayers of the Tenterll'eld Shire WilS the ontcuiiie of the. advertisement convening a meeting to protest again st tho-excc.ssivu valuations adopted by tin; Council. Tlic meeting was held in the committee room at the School of Arts and it was not possible for all to .obtain admission. Mr. V.'anier was voted'to the chair. Mr. Warner said lie .didn't know exactly what their objections were, buthe took it that -those who 'had grievances to" ventilate, -would state them—that was the time-to do so. He considered it was advisable to take united action. -..He.-lnmse.lt had no grievance hut was willing to assist those that ha'd. ' , " Mr. Tredinnick said it was he who had written the letter to the local press regarding what lie considered were unfair valuations, and he had also inserted tluvidvertisement- calling the meeting so that they might obtain a general opinion regarding the taxes unfairly imposed. They were up against a big...
Obituary. MRS. MARY RIGNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
MHS. MAK Y 1MGKEY. The death of a very 'old resident &lt; f this district, in the person of Mrs. Mary Kidney, took place yesterday morning at 7 o'clock at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. James Pillar, Blacksmith's Swamp. She was 78 yenrs of a, e and had been a resident of N.S.Wales for 55 of those years, most of which was spent in this dis trict. For many vears she, with her family, resided on a farm at Mount Mackenzie, which she disposed of, and after living in the town for it few years went to reside with her daugh ter, Mrs James Pillar. The deceased | had boon suffering a long time. She ; leaves five children surviving her: | Mesdames .James and Thomas Pillar, 11. Williams, and E. Cubis and Mr. John Rigne.y. The funeral took place this afternoon, being conducted by Mr. J>av, The collin was a very handsome one?, being of polished cedar.
Mexican War. LONDON Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
Mexican War. T,cmT>n\T The Mexicans and Federals opened the campaign against the Americans, by destroying the .public buildings- at Nueva Laredo, turning the guns across the boundary and endeavoring to repeat the damage in the American town of Larezo. Intense excitement was caused. ] t is reported that several Ameri cans were killed during a skirmish with Mexicans. All available American troops have been despatched, The United .States Consulate at iSTueva Laredo is burning. London, Saturday. Four thousand infantry with artil lery have embarked at Gtdverston for Mexico. Complete order prevailed at Vera Cruz. Admiral Fletcher has invited the city authorities and all those whose employment was interrupted by the capture of the port to resume their occupation. A sharp panic was caused on the Berlin Bourse yesterday by wild rumors that Japan contemplated armed intervention in Mexico. Later. It is reported at Vera Cruz that the Mexican soldiers are holding a number of American soldiers...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
BOXING. Colin Bell 'ami Joe Jeannotte have been matched to light next month. Jack Johnson and Owen Moran will fight for the championship of the world on June 27. Colin Bell was defeated by Petty Oilieer Curran, being disqualified by the referee in the tenth round. The contest was marked by continual clinching. The Australian, who was decidedly the cleverer boxer, was dis qualified for hitting low. The deci sion of the referee caused surprise. Fit/. Holland defeated Fitton at the Sydney Stadium on Saturday night by knocking him out in the 9th round. Savior defeated Williams in Mel bourne in the seventh round. . Ellis defeated Melville in Brisbane 011 points. A tennis match will be played at " Partick" on Wednesday next be tween Bungulla and Melbourne .House. 'All interested in tennis are cordially invited to be present. ,. Old Black Prince accounted for the | Werariga Handicap at the, Jnverell races on Kriday. Mooting of Half Holiday football ers on Thursday evening next. A good roll...
Sporting Notes. CITY TATTERSALLS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
CITY TATTERSALUS HACKS. Hurdle llace.—Loughrea, Briar berry, Kopane. Winner 7 to-." 2. Time, 3.47i. Dcnnmn Stakes.—Averse, 'Gold. Brew, Brattle. Winner -12 to 1. Time, 1.1-3}. Novice Handicap.—Third Prize, Marclnvood, Stimulus. Winner 5 to 2. Time, '1.41-1-. Youthful Stakes.—Don Salvo, Ho poast, Garlin. Winner 10 to 1. Time, GOAsecs. • . Tattersall's Oup. — Gider, The Christian Brother, Sir Vive. ' Winner 20 to 1. Time, 2.22^. Club Handicap.—St. Medoc, Moon bria, Mnrsiuah. Winner 5 to-. 1. Time, 1.40A.
Fa[?]' Day Sports Committee. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 27 April 1914
ANNU AL MEETING. The annual meeting of tlui above was held at the conclusion of the ratepayer;;' meeting on Saturday, and although Till*. Tredinnick, tin; Presi dent of tile, committee, made an ap peal to the large attendance to wait their sports, oaly a, verv few waited. The minutes of the last meeting were read and con firmed on the motion of Messrs. Albert Winterton and Chick. The Secretary, in the temporary absence of the Treasurer, read a state ment-of the receipts and expenditure in connection with the recent sports. The receipts were shown to be C7:> 1 -Id, and the expenditure .£">7 is, leaving a balance of I !s -hi. The balance sheet had been duly audited. Mr. it. L. Walker moved the'adop tion of the balance sheet, which lie. 'considered disclosed a creditable .state of affairs. "It seemed to him that the Sports were now well established, and he hoped next year they would show a better profit. .Seconded by Mr. .John Wannahv. and become interested in The President cskod...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914
TENNIS. Tho second match between Mel bourne House and Bungulla took place yestorday afternoon on the grass court at Mr. AY. Keid's residence, "Partick." I n the first match, which was played early in February, the scores were Melbourne House, (i sets 40 games, Buugulla, - sets "29 games, \vh ilst on this occasion Melbourne House laid a better win as will be seen from the scores. Many visitors were present and during the afternoon all were entertained at afternoon tea by the Misses Keid. AV. lie id and Miss Mathieson v. E. O'Connor and Mrs. Petrio ... ..., ... 3—(i Same v. J. Chorley and Mrs. Hinitt ... ... ... 6—2 Same v. N". Williams and Mrs. Hinitt ... ... ... 6—4 H. Hickey and Miss lleid v. J. Chorley and Miss^ O'Con nor ... ... ! ... G—0 I Same v. E. O'Connor and Mrs. Petrie ... ... ' ... G—4 M. Kyan and Miss Hoskin v. - I). Sullivan and Miss Lar-' rasey ... ... ... G—4' Same v. N. AYilliams and Mrs. Hinitt ... ... (w. 6—4 Same v. J. Chorley and Miss O'Connor ... ... ... 4—6 A. ...
Government Intentions Regarding Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914
The Minister for Works 011 Tuesday, in reply to a deputation urging the construction of • the Glenrcagh—Dor rigo railway, said lie had never changed his views in regard to the Dorrigo plateau, which was one of the finest pieces of country in Australia. The deputation was not justified in saying they had been fooled. Already the first section of the line from Grafton to Glenreagh had been built. Tt was necessary to commence the railway at Dcepwater so that material could he railed to other sections. .Tt was i tended by the Government to build Colt's Harbor into one of the best ports in Australia, and to carry a link from there to Guyra or Armidalc, but this could only bo done step by step. He was spending now four times as much as his predecessor in ofiiee had done. In February last lie wrote to Mr. Briner and tpld him he did not intend to commence any further lines this financial year, but that he would make provision for it next year, as the first section would enable him to haul m...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Courier and District Advocate — 30 April 1914
FOOTBALL. A general meeting of the Union was held on Monday evening, Mr. S. A. Woodward presiding. The correspondence included a let ter from the Bolivia Club that they would join the competition and that their district included Sandy Flat ; from East End Club wishing to know the conditions of the. Union ; and from an Accident Insurance Co. that it would insure players against acei deut for a premium of 7s Gd in the sum of £1 per week during disable ment—for junior members a premium of 3s 9d. There were a number of East End members present and a long discus sion ensued. Several members of the Union considered that a Club should not dictate to the Union. Mr. Power, of the East End Club, said his Club wished that only bona fide Wed nesday Half-Holiday men should be allowed in the Half Holiday team. Ho was asked to give the names of those he considered coming within that category, ancl it was found there was barely a team, and then one com posed of a majority of green players, some of ...