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NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Letter from Lieutenant Lee. Severe Attack of Enteric Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

NEWS, FfiOM THE Letter from Lieutenant Lee. Severe Attack of Enteric Fever. WRITING from Kaad Z-iat Hospital Bloomfo.itein, on'tho 20t.li April, Uig' Lieutenant says, " I wrote about a week ago explaining that;! lind iixj attack of fever and was thei^'jilmostVQVer ;it..' The Army Dootors calliSfc - Sloiv'; Continuous Fever, quite distinct from enteric. I can not imagine how I picked iVup; b.utas it remains about threo weeks in tlio system before developing, it may liavobecn tlio out come of drinking the impure Modder River water. We were moved into town from the Field Hospital threo days ago, taking ton hours to do twelve tnilesTiy rail, bub' that sort of thing is an otcotra I spent a wot miserable fortnight in the Field Hospital, which true to tradition' .was a wot one over here. I got up yester day and am now convalescent, only re quiring feeding up, which they are hot fond of doing bore, but my man looks after me splendidly, and securest generous bowl of soup and some bread and b...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

Look well To,<^~ its functions properly your LIVER I should perform Drjns Feel well body * To feci -well " all the org -dl the body should work in harmony n |i To be well you Be well " must take the g '"f T world's Medicinal i Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's YOU WILL LOOK WELL FEEL WELL ? AND BE WELL. It is unsurpassed ns a specific Tor Liver Ailments-is a stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and invigorates the bowels and kidneys. Ask for WOLFE'S tbo Real Original 8chnapps. TOBACCO Nigger Gal Centennial ... ... Mnzcppa New Conqueror ... Yankee IVodlo ... Tip TopTin-Tag per lb 3a 6d "? 23 Oil " 3s 9.1 " 3a 9d .. 4s 3d " 3s 3d y," THOMAS PKBEBDY& SON Dr. Ormiston. Surgeon Dentist, XTTISHKS to announce to hi' Pattlent W that he has REMOVED to Logon a-tect, opposite l)r. Frsyor'a residence. lasliingtonH.Soul&Co. Croat Drug Emporiums, ICO PITT-STBEKC/ISYDNEY. 4 . UfiLorffCflt, Moat \ariedf Slock of Potent Med cinefl, Chcmltt...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

To Builders and Contrac . tors. ri^KNUKKS will bo received u[i till noon I on SATURDAY, the OLli Juno, for the-ERECTION of a CAUROH of ENG LAND at TABULAM, -.v.; Tenders must bB endorsed "Tenders for Erection of Churoli." - - For Flans, specifications and particulars apply to , ' ? W. J. MAY, * - .< Hon. Secrotnry,' Church of EdgluiidRuilding Cbmnrritt(tt% ,Tabul&m. ' »r; [ To Let. HOUSE to LET in:'Im:Street. Apply to \ MES COLUnz,- - Hi^li St « t; Be^sure and coiao ' ? -TO TUX- ? SALVATION-ARMY . Tea aid Pule Meeting ' -ok Tuesday, Jtme 5tli.Si MEETING in Scho< l of Art's. To* in Barracks, Hie vorshtp the Mayor ami other gentlemen will Bpeak. - STAFF.CAMAIN Wintfji will delivor ad dress on Army Social Woik. . Preliminary Notioe. . H. G. "COHEN, Auctioneer, Stock, Station &Com ' . mission Agent, BEGS to inform thepublio of Ttnfcer . field and surroundng di»triot that ho: has COMMENCED BUSINESS in the ABOVE LINK, andhopesby. strict.-atten tion to...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

Brief Mention. The Victorian Government intend to give the roturned invalided, soldiers six months' leave of absence on full pay. ( OWINO' to tho ineloment weather tho celebrations arranged to take place in Sydnoy in connection with the relief of Mafukmg were postponed till Saturday. THF. gross recoipts of tho last Royal Agricultural Show wero £10,422, of which £3090 were paid in prizes. . THE aboriginal,'Billy Broomo, who was recently convicted in Queensland for the murder of Mary Le Blowitz has confessed to the crime. THE official list' of casualties amongst New South Wales troops show that nin'o men- wero killed in action, 19 died from. fever, etc., 45 wounded, 20 captured or missing, total 08. TIIE chairman of the Bank of New Soutl' Wales said tho war in South Africa, beaidosstimulating tho patriotism of the people of this colony, has largely de veloped ml export trade with Sou'li Africa. WHILE a young man named Radcliffe was gauging spirits with n Customs Officer at Ararat, Vic...

Live Stock for South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

-?1 - 1 - Livo Stock for South Africa. I A low ycnn a<*o great efforts were made lending graziers to establish ft live moat trade with Great Britain and other places, but owing to various causes, the principal of which may ho said to have been the heavy losses of, cattlo during, transit by sea, the undertaking had to bo abandoned. But, protiting by the experi ence of Ameiicnn shippers, improved means have been dovised for the trans port of cattle by 6ea, and there is reason to boliovo that tho cause of the large mor tality which led to tho failure of previous shipments, has been discovered nnd ovor come, and experiments which have been mide under the improved conditions give good reason to hope that in future ship ments tho losses in transit; will be but nominalt Last week there wore sent away from Muswollbrook by special train, be tween 3C0 and 400 h.al of'prime cattle, which are to be shipped to Capo Colony alive. The shippers are Mr. "W. A. Benn of Aberdeen, and Mesus ...

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

To Let. HOUSE to LET inEouee-atreot. Ap ply to Mub. H. COLDITZ, High Stroot.'^ Tenterfleld Gymnasium] Tennis Olub. A MEETING of tha above clubwill bo I hold in tho School of Arts .on "WEDNESDAY NEXT.GtlitnBtant, at 7.S0 | P,m, ?>???? . :??? .«.. Businsss i Gonornl. . \ , . A. U. CARTER, . Hon.-Soc. Wesleyan Church. A WELCOME SOCIAL to the Rev. M. H, PARKINSON will lw hold in the »\liov'j Church TO-MORROW (WKDNJ2* DAY) NIGHT at 8 o'clock. The* New Orgun will also bo opened,, and a' bploidid pnigrHmmi*, including smtgs, quartet ten, yib'in aolm? etc., lus hcen>»rrangot). 1 Admission li; Childrru Oil; Refresh* men'a provided. For Sale or To Let BELL VIEW COTTAGE, tholtesidencq:! of Mr. Prank "Wiikelbb, 0110 mild from town on tho Warwick Bead. HOUBO I (5 rooms) and Kitchon, Buggy. Shed, and I Fowl House, largo garden. Orchard, and J Cultivation Paddock, .. .. . - r. . Kant very LOW, or for Sale a Bargain. Apply I. WHEREAT, . Auctioneer.. To Let or For Sale. . A FORTY ACRE FARM, kr...

FARMERS' AND 'SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

FARMERS' AND ' SETTLERS' : ASSOCIATION/ ; v TUB usual monthly ni»otiim of Mio Ex ? ecuiivo coiiniiitti o i.f Ih'i above Associa tion was hold on Ha' unlay hist - at.the Tow n Hull, .when .. i hun) wore present":. Messrs. H. Uato-i (President).', J. :'l\mhoy, T Millci,_D. WVii. P Wilku Uiidor v?n< il,.,wid-the,-Ilfjn.f:-Secrotnry (Mr. Tolford), v --. Tho "iwiuli'S nf the previous mooting were road and adopted. ? ? " ?'??? " ..ConilESl'ONDBSCE. ; .Tho outward correspondonce comprised letters to Mr. Curvoy, Sandy Flat, recon vening meeting in-1lint Identity for tho 18th instant; -Mr..Mansfield, acknowledg ing receipt of resignation, tfce, ; Secretary Arniidale branchand Hend branch, stat ing that tlioy were unablo to send dele gates tonieet.tho Railway Commissioners at Arniidale and to attend- the >Annual meeting in Sydney in July respectively. Inward-(1) From Secretary Armidalo branch, asking fur delegate to bo sent, to givo evidence before the Riiilway Commis sioners in...

Legislative Council. NEW APPOINTMENTS. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

Legislative CounciL NEW APPOINTMENTS. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. TUB following now appointments-hive been mado.to tho Legislative^ Council:: . Alexander Ross,Gernmnton. . ? ,-.,v George F. Earp, Newcastle. Jolin Mc.ighor, Bathurst. Hugh Langwoll,-Bourko. Alfred \V. Meeks, Sydney. . ; .<-William Robaon, Sydney. . ? - / Reginald Black, Sydney. - William Chorlos Hill, Sydney. ) T.M. Slattery, Sydney. * Frodorick. Flowers, Sydney. Henry Stuart, Sydney. Dr. J. B. Nash, Sydney. Mr. T. M. Slattery was fi prominent man- in public lifo for some years, especi ally in connection with tho.Dibbs Govern ment. It is understood that he in to take Colonel Maokay's.place as Vice-PrEsidont of tho Executive Council and representa tive of the Government in the Upper House.. . ?' -- Mr.1 A. YV. MeOks is a well-known city man. . Ho is.the popular representative of the firm of GiUbs, 'Bright, and Cdnipiiny, and Ja also a director of the A.M.P. Society^ the A. J.S. Bank, and other in stitutions. Recently ...

GREAT ROW IN SYDNEY. The Military Called Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

-GREAT BOW IN SYDNEY. The Military Called Out. A isnniova disturbance occurred in' Mnrket-streot, Sydney on Thursday night bolweon somu artillery men and members of n '' puah." Tho former included somo of tho Third Contingent. The dis turbern lashed nil round with Iheir Jjelts and about 1000 pcoplo quickly gathered. A strong force of constables appeared on tho'scene, and several arrests were effec ted.> Tho combatants received cuts and bruises, one having to be taken to tho hospital. During the height of tho nioleo 30 members of the permanent force were called out and uider was sub sequently restored. Harry Jones and Wallace Cornwall, membors of the Royal Australian Artillery, and Jellies Wilson, of tho Third Contin gent, appeared at tho Polico Court next morning.clmrged with riotous; behaviour in connection with tho disturb auce.x'::All . pleaded guilty.-; One of the acoused;!p.iid,'. in justification, that they had teen-annoyed and knocko(Tabout by . a number of larrikins and t...

LAWN TENNIS. Tenterfield v. Gien Innes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

LAWK TENNIS. 'V. Tontorflo'd v- Glen Innes. ON Thursday lust (says the Glon Innos -EXAMINER) < tho tennis courts were oc cupied by competitors in a match between Tontertield and the local club, in gentle men's doubles and mixed doubles. The northovn town was, well represented, the 7isiting team numbering 15. During tlio" .afternoon the visitors were entertained at afternoon too"nnil in tho ovening they were invited to a danco.in tho Masonic Ball. Tho following is the result of tho piny ? - : GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE. r . . H. R. CroBsman nnd.O. E. Glonnio v. M. H. Fttzhardinge, L. AValkor-2-6, 6 3, B 0. Samo-v. F. P, Tompson and Dr. Freyer - 6-2, 0-4, 6-5. L H. and A. Ross v. Fitzhardingo and ..Walker-3-0, 36, 4-6. " Same v. Tompson and Dr. Freyer-6-2, 4-0,6-3. -//Total-Glen'Innes,' 57 games; Tenter field 55 games, the set") being equal. . / Thb features of tho game wero the de feat of' our oraeli and his partner by , MesBrsrFilzhardinge and Walkor by two games, and tlie close ...

Commercial. Mr. W. J. Gibson's Weekly Report PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

- Commercial. ^ ? Mr W. J. Gibson's Weekly Heport PRODUCE SALES. r1 Maize, wholeaalo., 2a 6d .to2a 9d -J .:;Oat8, wholesale 2s 3d to 2e 6d . ! i Chaff, wholesale 3s to 3a 6d per cwfc . Potatoes, 2s Gel to 2s 9d per cwt . . : Onions, 5a to ?8 Gd per cwfc .".! -. Pumpkins, 2a per cwfc " ; ; - % . . Cattle.-Active inquiries for both'fat and ttorcs. Sold several small lota of fat cows from £4To £4 7s Gil . , ? ' Sheep;-Good demand, low price of yrocl is reducing buyers limits. Sold a email lot t of fat wethers at 12a. . Horses.-Good Boggy Sorts and upstnnd ding Haetfs sell rapidly at fair prices, : .Properties-There Is a good demand for small grazing Estate?, vennors reserve are mostly above buyers ideas of value, and it IadiOicult to clese'sales. I have buyers In treaty for several properties and submitted ft clofc offer during tho week.

Mr. I. Whereat's Retail Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

Mr. X. Where at'e Retail Price List. **Corn, 2a Od per .bushel , Outs, seed 2s (id per oushol Oat*, fecH 2s 3d per bushel r .Wheat, 2s Gd per bushel Potatoes, 3s Gd per owt - Chaff, oaten 4a per cwt Chaff, lucerne 3s per cwt ' Pumpkins, Is 6d per cwt Turnips, 3s per cwt ^ , Bran, 4s per lOOlbs .. iPolIard, 48 Cd per -lOOlbs ; \Lime, .53' pcrbng

The Latest. SIX CASES ON SATURDAY. ONE TO-DAY. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

K-'SPJa.® lia"tes1v. SIX CASES. ON SATURDAY. ONE TO BAY. SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. I Only iiliout ,'2000 porsons have under-' gone moculution : during tlio print three ,weeks. ' The President of tho Bourd'of Health dcclureu tlmt inuouliiticm in now uioro riedossnry than ovor. . - Six cuses Of, plague wore reported on Suturdiiy, but none yesterday. v Tivo dealliB Imvu taken plnoo in the* IIoHpitiil, ihevictinm being Jnmus Wilaon, ftg'ea 7,' itniil Ilieh'ird Jonea, aged 17. Four oilier pntiuntn in Ilia Hospitnl nre reported to be in n critioiil condition; ; No fresh CASUS lira reported from tlio other colonies. LATE*, The plague patiorit, Willmm Brown, died to-day. . . ? . A man named George Perrin applied for admission to fclio Hospital to-diiy. Ho » was found lo bo suffering from plague,' and was sent to Quarautino. Willinm Phillips, agod 20, died . from plague at llockhampton last night. - ?

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

LATEST COMMERCIAL, - SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. ' , Wlicut, 2s yd Flour," L6 os to L(( 10s r Oliickwlicnt, 2s 3d to 2t> 6d Olmff, L210s to L3 10s 1 : Potntous L2 to L2 15s .Tiluizo, 2a 5(1 to 2s 6(1 : !- Outs, 2o 2d to-2s4d . ^ , T.uoorne, L2 10s to T.3 Buttev, crcnluery, lOd ; factory, 'Jd to ?.fll; duiiy, 8d to 8id.. -

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

THE PLAGUE. '< . SYDNEY, FRIDAY. .>. A fow pationts -in the rplajjuo ,hospital aroreported still,to bomacntical.con ^ltiun. :rPtttnok;BHfclor;: employed in. the city, dicd-from.tho pla?ue yesterday, after euc lnij a- good-breakfast. Deceased's spleen iw»s fouudfull of.ploguo bacilli. Later. ' ;A' Chinaman, was found soflonng from plague this morning in a houHu at llay niarket. Charles Bennett, a patient, died this morning, being Uiu !>2ud since the com mencement of the outbreak. « 2 additional-casea of plaguo weraTOrj ported to-day. the names being : John J?ilBby, Manly, and Samuel Pearce, City. . ; . . SYDNEY, SATUHDAY. i Five additional eases of plague were re-, ported to-day. 1'liey are Stanley Oakes (8).Balmain; James Wilson (7) Rose Bay; Richard Jones (17), Burwood; John Fox, temporary hand at Quarantine Station; and John Teond (68), city. .Nivdestha liavo been reported to-day. Four new areas have boon proclaimed for'oleuusing purposes. Tho plague has brokon bu...

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

SYDNEY, y . MONDAY NICUTV - Tin oro ID quoted at 22a. .\ThoPoatmastcr-Gononil says tho Defoli ations with tlio* Eastern Extension: Xolo-. graph Company with rogsird; to thu^Cnpe Cable is piobably atari end. i^ -.Tho total amount issued under tho "Ad-, vances :to Settler's Act to. date is ;L]72, 000.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JUNE 5. Kruger's Last Trek. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

THE TENTERFiEl I' JnUrroloirihl Corner ? AMD ^Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, .JUNE 5. Kruger's Last Trek. i: We mivy tnkoit'tliiit Paul Kruger has i entered on his last '' Grand Trek," and it (is strangely illustrative of the march of modern civilisation to noto how closely ;.10th century advauce in South Africa, the lust of tho continents to bo exploited, has "coincided with the life-stages and - ex periences of-this remarkable mau. Tho ; Queen was just coming_to the throne ,when the fugitive Boer President, then a hoy of 12 years 'of age, accompanied his' fitiior and the rest of his race on their first ." Grand Trek" northward. Pre terms led Ins Boers out of Natal in 1842, giving up the country to tho British. Six years later ho was defeated at Bootnplats, and British authority was established at Blocmfontoin. But the Boers trekked across thoVaal, and entered into posses sion <.{. the country now known as the Trnnsvnal. Pretorins had a reward of £2000...

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. ; SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT.' - "MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Badcery, report as follows:- . ' i' 1166 cattle woro yarded, values-being 7s Od higher. . Bullocks, 1A 5s to L9 lis ; eoivB, L3 10s to LC. Best beef averaged 20a 6d por lOOllis. About 9000 ahaep were pennod, the market boine stronger. Wethers,. 8s :6d to 16s 9d ; ewes*-89 5d to .lis 6d. . " Harrison, Jones, and Dtvlin report: , G. River's bullocks averaged L5 13s 6d. i J. Murray's bullocks; averaged LC 3s.

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

Post Office Time Table. HAILS CLOSE FOB Syilsons' Dovmfall. and Boonoo Boonoo, v Tuesday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. ;Sydiiey» Glen Innes Armidale, Maitland, ; t.' .and Newcastle, 6*15 p. m. (Saturdays ;^excepted.; / Tabulam/Caftino, Lis'more, and Kiobmrmd . Riyop-lJaily, except Sunday, at 12 ; noon; leave at 12'30p.ni, . fimbarra,and Steinbroofc-Tuesday and .' £ Friday,.at 9*30 p.m. Leave Wednes T , day and Saturdayafc 6a.ro. Drake,. Sandy Hill, and Bo3siterville . f\ '.Daily at 12 noon. Ueave afc 12-30p,m, Bonsbaw^-Monday and Friday, at 9j30 ^V-.'p.m." . . Leavo Tuesday and Saturday Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 v.'. ;a.ra.. '. ' Wallangarra , and Queensfand daily at - lO'SOia.m; (Sunday excepted.) 7 MilLS AHUI7E FROM Sydney, Glen Innes, Arinidalo, . West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11*50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Suuday, at 5*30 p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m. Tabulam, Ca6irio, and Hichrar...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S -PI1LENE, A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASH, Tho most cffoctivo preparation' fop ridding tho month of tho I aroma of totiacco, and loavlne n ploasant tasto. 1 to1?'" J?".®*' 2l.'<kl' ontf JO- 7«. 84 boltlu I (SngUth rala), at ChemUttand Sloru. y F. C. CALVERT & CO, MAHCHESTEB. i 78 Gold & Silver iftdaU and Diplomat. & Hotels. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 1 .TENTERFIELD. (Late of the Exchange ? r Hotel), ; BEGS to inform tho inhabitants of Ten* terfieH and surrounding districts, also tho Travelling Public, that he has again ehtere<V into business, and has taken tho welbkhown'.arid - popular Hotol.Jipown as t)iV" COMMERCIAL HOTEL," for many yearsoccupied by. lu* late father, and coin; neauru them that no effort will be wanting on his part to make the COMMERCIAL tho - ' Premier Coi^meroia! aqd Family! i. Hotel . IN THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS . BO far as thorough attention to tho comfort and convenience of {...

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