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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

- . Wanted. - WANTED Competent ; COOK; ;Good wages. Si ply "? * ? .. - MRS. MORRIS SIMPSON, : - . . T.P.O^v^ltonohengo; ,.. , WANTED at once a Good' COOK and LA UNDRESS f6>; a.Stiitibiv.'fWO Good COOKSrf and G^NKkAL SERVANT, for Ladies in Town. A'sii T WO GENERAL SERVANTS and one HOUSEMA'IDi' .Ap ply - i 1 MRS. CAPPONI, * >'. . Registry yifice,. Rouse-st. Lost. T:OST on- Saturday night ..in. High or I i Rouso-strott, gold bar broach, with' initials J.A.K. mscribwl,; thereon; --Finder, rewarded on retU'n to this Office,, -T OST Dark Blue COAT,.b'etween Mks. I i W BITE'S aud TOWN. ; Please leavo at thiB office. '. - ? _ W.'LEEOH> P Sheep- for ;,Sale. OR SALE -200 'WETHERS'more or leas; ages' 2, 3; and-4. .years. Apply MICHAEL DAY, : V. Rookmount, Wullangarra. TENDERS. . TENDERS will bo recolved up to : 0th - JANUARY NEXT at tho OlOeo of Mr.'M. Kelly, High-strceti^reiitcrfield,.'for. the'SUPPLY of FIVE HUNDRED: (500)' POSTS for WIRE FENCE at 'per, 100 posts.;- Specifications m...

THE EARLY CLOSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

' THE EARLY; CLOSING ACT. THE folhiwing circular Having reference to tho provisions of the Act 1ms been receiv ed by us ffojnthe Clerk of tho Labour Bureau, for publication, and is worthy of perusal by business people,; who, how ever, should obtain a copy of the regula tions :- ~ i The provisions of the Early Cloning Act come into force on the 1st dilyof January next, .and it is well that Shopkeepers in the Country Districts should initke thcmsulvos acquainted Vitli tho measure. At a meeting of tho Executive-Council held to-day a proclamation was issued fixing Wednesday afternoon as the half holiday in the Country shopping districts. On Monday and Tuesday of erory week Shops in these districts must-therefor o close at (1 p.m. and on Wednesday at 1 p. in.-'-On Thursday and Friday their closing hours will bo 6 p.m. . and on Saturday they'may remain opon till 10 p m. All Municipalities not included in either Metropolitan or Newcastle Shopping dis trict are regarded as Country Shopping ...

The Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

. The Receipt*.. - Ths fo]lowing.in.an:npiiroxiniiUo stfvto meiit of tlio rcoeiplB s from . tlio . sources mentioned .- ' - - ' 's £ s d GatesandGrandstand... 63 10 6 Concert ... '... ' .. 10 10 0 Ball ... - .. 19 0 0 93 . 0 6

Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Entertained . During theic^visit tho Scottish pipors wero entertained in overy way conducive, to thuir pleasure by tho officials, ot tho Soqiety. On Tuesday they wore driven to'Mr. T. Millers' orchard, in n four-in liand piloted by Mr. F. W. Hoakin. They iilso visited many other- parts of the district, and on lei>vin<; expressed -, them selves as being very,-plcasou',with tlio: re coption accorded them. .<. i....

The Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

The Concert. ; The School of Al'fcs was densely packed on:Saturday night long tioforo. the - time appointed for opening the concert. The programino was a mixed one, jcomprising Scottish and patriotic songs, with'dances, etc. Tho national uiusie evoked hearty plaudits from the large audienco, who. grouted thuir favourites with enthusiasms The Pipp Band oponed the programriio with the "Cocko1 tho North, and was followed by a pianoforte solo by Miss Wright... The Caledonian Glee Party gave that old favourite " My Love she's but a Lassie Yet," receiving quite a storm of ?, applauBO.' Tho inimitable Tosh Blvowed that lie had lost none of his old time proficiency in his oxecution of the Sailors Hornpipe, and. later on the Highland Fling and Ghillie Galium Sword Dance. Pipe-Major Fraser ttiado himself . a pronounced favourite hy his rendition of the song, "O sing ta me the auld Scots | sangs" also in tho Patriotic song, '"Scots Wha Uae wi Wallace Bled," which ho sang with muoh fervour , an...

Religious Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY NEXT, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Religious Memoranda. ... r FOR' SUN DAY NEXT, JANUARY 7. CHUBCUOPExaiiASD.-Tentcr3eld 7.80 a.m. (II.O),ll *.to" and 7.30 p ut. Children's Semce at . .. 3 p.m. by Ills Lordship tho Bishop. | Wbslktak CHURCH.-Tcnterfleld, Ilium, and 7"«*0 P.m. Rev. B. Lane. Bungulla at 3 p.m. by ! Sir. J. II. Roper. PautBYTBRiAX CJIURCI?.-1Tcnterfleld 11 ft.ro. and 7.80 p.m. by the Rtv. DllUilooky I BOMAR CATHOLIC CIIVRCII.-Mass at 8.30 a.m. and ll ft.w. Benediction at 7.SO by the Rev, Father ! Corcoran. ... .. --v DRAKE SERVICES. ,. ' ' Weblktak CHVBCII.-11 a.ra. and 7*30 p.m. by Mr, Morton. ;v. -.'y'.

The Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

The Ball. Tho ball at . night was a rccord success, the Gymnasium Hall being crowded to excess with devotees of the light" fantas tic toe. Dancing did not commence till bordering on the hour of 10 o'clock; and from that hour till early morning, . was kept going iu a inost vigorous and onjoy nblo fashion. The music wns in.tlie hands ?of Miss Olark (piano), and Mr. E^Merrell' (violin),'^relieved at intervals by some others of musical talont prcBont. Mr. 4. Cunningham, an old resident of TenterSeld was the M;C. and admirably hucceedud in keoping.the.Hour clear for the comfort of dancers. The refreshments were in'abund ance, and of tho choicest quality, 'tho supply being fa.- in excess of the demands despite the large attendance. Altogether the ball of this year was an unqualified success in evory particular, tlie takings; amounting to £10, which is a largo sum, considering _tlio number of members tickots represented. . ?

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY. JNIOHT. :. Wheat, 2s 6d to 2s 6d Flour, L7 15s ' ; Chickwheat, 2s 8d . - . . Ohaff, L2 os to Ij3 Chuffing L3 5s ' Potatoes LI 8s to,IS 10s . . Oaten Hay, IJ3 10s. to' L4 15s : ' -v Maize, 3s to 3s 2d r° Oats, Is lOd-tp 2h Lucerne, L3 to 14 5s . . > - \ Butter-(Creamery, and factory) 9d Dairy) 7id to 8d .

The Luncheon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

The Lunoheoh. ..? \ ' This WAR served in the Pavilion under tho Grandstand to considerably over 100 people, including visitors, officials Hnd invited guests. The catering .ma done by - tho Society, a very palatable spread comprising poultry, bums, jellies, fruits, etc., . with liquid refreshments adorning tlio board. Mr. J. FergUBSon, tho Presi dent of tlio "Socioty, was in tho chair, having Mr. C. A. Leo, M.P., on his right. Tlio toast of "the Queen" having been dfounsodjof, the Chairman then proposed "'lhoParliament of Now South Wales," coupled with thonaraoof Mr. 0. A. Lee, M.P. In . a brief reference to politics, ho concluded--by expressing himself ^as being opposed to Mr. Loo in politics and would never record a vote in his favor. MB. 0. A. Les, who on rising to Bpoak was greeted with great cheering, thanked them for lho kind manner in which thoy had drank the toaBt BO nicely proposed by tlie Chairman. He then shortly referred to the work of Parliament, making epeeiil ri-furenc...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

THE:. TENTERFiEl U Inicriaknial AND Fairfield £ "WaUangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. LOCAL NEWS. ' Vrni STATISTICS.-Mr. G. Lobsoy, Postmaster, kindly supplies us with the ? following statistics for the past year: ' Births, 01 ninles, 88 females ; Marriages t 38 ; Deaths, mnlos, 20 females. LAND AND C.P.S. REVENUE.-We are indebted to the comtesy of Mr.\^L. A. McDougall, C.P.S. for tho following in formation concerning the rerenuo for tho quarter ending 31st December 1899: Lands, £2068 6s 3; C.P.S. Offico, £6414s Mines, £30 9s. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-Thero was no meeting of tho Council on Monday night, owing to tho requisito number not being present to form, a quorum. The rotiring Aldermen this year are : Alderman Kelly (North Ward), W. Reid (West Ward), and John Tooliey (South}. Ward.) . ANOTHER BUSINESS CLOSED.-Mr. J. . W. Frost, photographer, announces that he is closing his Studio in Tenterficld, hav ing decided to devoto tho wboloof his energies to his business on the Rivers. Thos...

NEW YEAR'S DAY. Caledonian Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

KEW YEAR'S DAY. Caledonian Gathering. THE twelfth annual gathering of tlio Border Caledonian Socioty wan held lit tho; Show Ground on Now Year's Day. In such beautiful woathor as prnvailed it . was not surprising to aeo a very" largo littcndinco of tho public. Owing to the boistetuus nature of ., the weathqr on Sunday, (jravo foars woro enttirtainod that the birth of tho new conlupy would bo accompanied with wot weather .on: Monday, but, happily, such was not'the caso, and elements and conditions "alike being favorable, tho Caledonian's and their, friends . had tho satisfactionof celobrating tho moat successful. function .yot held in Tonterfield. Shortly nfter 9 o'clock in tho morning a number of children woro marshalled at the inter section of High and Logan-atrcots, under chargo of tho Secretary and several of tho officials. Scottish costumed lpssics led the way, then followed the now cele brated " Tommy Atkins " corp in their bright uniforms, and in the rear wero a miscellaneous ...

Another Queensland Horror. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Another (Queensland Horror. IN, addition.to;tlio brutal murder reported oil'our fourth page, news comes of an; otlior outrageous deed. . Tnis.timoHlie crime was: perpetrated lit iGoondiwindi,' thp-wife of a selector named; VateijtiriO; Ttingstlieing tlio victim. " Tlio unfortun ate woman \vas found tohave'been beatenj: to n jelly, imd out of ,all semblance; to humanity; - The body . .was . -also cut. and hacked almost' to pieces: Accord-* ing-to tlio evidenco; of. Dl-. -"Woodford at the inquest on the "body,'that gentleman was called to,tlio housp of. the family last; Monday: ilight/, On y arrival' tliero/tlio" ghastly .,sightv met i his: eyes, 'the^womaii having teen dead for somev time. -'Tho Doctor rofused to give'a certificate, and at onco crimniunicated ywitli; the authorities , when; /tlie' iiiquesti ^riis' ordeixdi '' l'lio fiendish! milliner, in wliieli tlio murderer did I/is work"1-, baffles; description./ The apartment showed ? signs- of a severe Blrugglo having - taken pl...

Deepwater Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Deepwator Races. ' jTfif iiljuVfl rft038 took pluco on Now Yonr'e;{u Diiy, tind . passed off' successfully,. ftiou-' womher-' boin^ lino. Mesarw. Donoghuo-j Bro's Silox landed tlio double withoutthejs isl.iijhteBt L-iloit; tliu Biinio gentlom9n>liind-3f mg tlio liiick race with TliulnK-i.- :SpeedingA.7^ wiiH tlio most successful jockey^ socunng'i.v no less thnn.four-.wins.- Stutosimm . won«" tliu Opening '-Handicap;ahdliittlo Arthur. thcFurowolK " /' ..."..... \S'J

PATRIOTIC FUND. A Branch formed in Tenterfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

PATRIOTIC FUND. A Branch formed in Tontorflold. PURSUANT to announcement a mooting was held in tho Sehool of Arts on Friday evening JAst for tlio purpose of forming a branch ;in;Tonterfiuld of the Patriotic Fund of Now South Wales. - Considering the brovity of tho notice convening, tho mooting, tlicro was'a fair attendance present, "including a number of tho loadin" citizens, and several ladies. His Worship tho Mayor (Aid. E. H. Juergehs) occupied tho chair, while Mr. C. A. Lee, M.F., "and Rlr. J. H. Roid occupied seats on tho platform. - Tho MAYOR, in .opening tho,; mooting, smd they wore awaro ,tho object:of tho nieoting was for tho putjjose of forming a branch of tlio Patriotic League in Tenter field,, and although they had boon rather alow in acting lie trusted tliisy would come with a good finish. Thoro.had been a good, deal (if diversify of opinion as to whether it was a wiso policy in sohdin" colonial contingents to llio front, but now I tliey were ninrgreed on that point, an...

AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

^ AMATEUR ENTEETAINMENT;' THE amatuer ontertainment, organised by Dr. Orniiston, in aid of apublic institution. eventuated in tlio School of Arte on Boxing :Night,.but.wasnot nearly so well -patron ised as the porformanco warranted; A>~ neat programme, comprising several vocalr-'f items, and a farce, was placed boforotho. audience, who sensibly appreciated the-:' effort1) of tlio littlocompany to provide' a couple of horn's amusement. The pro gramme was oponed by the ladies, who - sang "Her Cnristaitr name was Mary," This was followed with the " King's Mius trel,"byMr. Loader-Hill. Then camo n seriocomic song " Not there " by .Miss Florrio Lonsdale, who was greeted at tho finish with loudapplausp. Miss Ruby - .Rosa rendered the pretty ballid " Wait- r ing," with pleasing effect, her voice being clear and .bell-liko. Dr. Ormistop recited "The Little Hero," in good style, and was rewarded withaburst of applause. MissJM. Scott, as usual, pleased the audience with her song " Lulu Il'...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

-"Post Office Time Table. . MAITA CI U3BTOXl .' ^."ilVjlsona, Do>vlifiill;. liooilofi Dooroo', iii lUynnl J «» t t<l jO p 11 ;'i! Sydney. Qlonitunea - Ariiiiilalc. Maiilfto'U ^ an IN \ -astlt. G tf ptn (bnti Itije t CX ptel :v !!\-TJalj.ujiiu>ifi«aiiio. Iiio(iiorc. -imd Jiii'liuinm! 1. KiVW-£>u J cxc|t bu! at 12 noon 1 <\<! it 1 JQj. uv, ,Vii?:;f!npbiri-«. aurt .St<jriroi,aox-^T«(!&liv nni7 v-tv-vy^rlridAy,J",eavo VVc.'Jiiti '*'.'i'!-.'.^!-(3oj"nnd!.Siii>nr/?sy-5tt 6 a.m. . ? ?:: -? . £ .'t-£.jPSn]f<?.s.'Snufly- JJnl,- and . . Boasifpi'vulis-j Duty nt 1" noon L ivo it J iOp *11 .u^'iijBonshttw-.^udiif.K'.nd : .1 riday .:. -at ,o-.DO: ?? j p.m.. i.mvo ljvjailuy.mid; faiuurduir. ^ ^ -^ntS a m t :=:.I!ryau'0 .Gap-^Tueaday and Frnlny at 11M& n. ra Wallangiua and QneeDslnnd . daily nt .10 30 a m (bun J iy c.icer>ted ) "*' jrAji.3 aiuuve most 1 Sydney;;;Glen InneB.- Armidulu. -West' .\?ii«}>-Multland....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Mr. J. E. LOADER-HILL J PROFESSOR OF DANCING, HAS opened CLASSES for JUVENILES and young LADIES, in tho 'School of Arta. for tuition in Dancing Department 4o. THUESDAY AFTERNOONS, at 3.30 p.m., and SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 10 a.m. Tuitions given privately. Fancy dancing taught. 'Full particulars obtainable at Criterion Hotel.

Railway Time Table [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

osptod, anil foi Brisbane ,:a.. li 30 0.1,. daily;Sundays eweptod. ?,' ' i y. . . -vTheGoods Truiu leaves TenterfleU for Sydney - every Tuesday, Thursday,:- and aturday . mornings at 0 a.m., w><> »r > ivGB from Sydney every MondayWed nesday, and Friday evening at 44ipj« .-The'fftroa botweon Sydney.--and .feota field, and Teuteifield and Brisbane arc us ?follow:-;' , ; -v ---TjlNTBBriELD TO SlDNKV. 1st (lass, Single -&J 1 0 2nd ClaBs, Smglo 2 10 0 ' " aeturn Tuteto, available for " j Iwo Montbr. <, 1st Class * io 0 2nd Class 3 10 0 WMLAMUnKA o HOISBANr 1st Class, Singlo 19 ' 2nd CIU3S, Singlo l-j> » lst-ClnBB, Betnrn - 10 & 2nd Class, Ecturn 1 1 1° *

VISIT OF THE ANGLICAN BISHOP. Presentation of Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

VISIT OF THE ANGLICAN > BISHOP. ; . - V Presentation of.Prizes.. Hih Lordship, the Bishop of Grafton and ' Armidale, will arrive'm Tenterfield by limit tmiii to-morrow (Saturday).forenoon,... ' rind'Avill prBiicK in Christ. Church at ser-. 'yioos on Sunday. ', : In tho Taftornoon. at 3 o'clock. ho< will.-; '.address tho Sunday School Scholars, and ; ? make tlie anuunl distribution of prizes to tho successful scholars.

SYDNEY, THURSDAY, NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

SYDNEY, . . . '-THURSDAY, NIOHT/ . ; Tin oro la quotcd nt lGs. ' . A: commiUee of. persons;...«f actuarial experience will lie appointed to. mnka n full mveafeiRntion.'.iqb*: tho:<state<:of- tho publiciiccounts. ^ f'.i- ? > ? v. : The'Early Closing Aot. -caused great friction yesterday .afternoon,-. whontlio City presented.the appearance of ahnlf holiday.- ! Tills, vwjth-:.-Saturday-. as tho usual, linlf-hohday, ?? will,greatly: interfere with businossgonorally.\" . . Bush fires tiKiv raging without abatement . ln-Tasmama. v'ilino, families ..have-been' - bumt.out in Brighton -districti'ikiund tile - State School lias1 boon destroyed at Bor- ? wick: : So'far-there thus- been no loss of . life. . . ' u . -The Gernmn steamer, Sonnoburg, which- . left Adelaido on Christmas: evo for J^va ,,WHB towed into Port to-day with hor.shaft . v broken. ;.ThOiVessel had drifted about loo - shore for ton days.: ? ?>.' : - .~ - ?- A terriblo heat wave has passod over Vict...

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