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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Joshua's Boomerang Brandy XKCOX>6 aaCOZB.OS>iSE. Mesars.JOSHUA BROTHERS havo just rcccivcd a letter from the Secretary of the GREATER BRITAIN EXHIBITION, lately hold at Earl's Court, London,' stating that.'they havo been awarded a DIPLOMA EQUIVALENT TO a GOLD MEDALf6r their Exhibit of Boomerang Brandy. . r j;. -. Thisiia a farther testimony to the excellence of Boomerang Brandy, nhioli where-' ever Exhibited has obtained the highest awards. tar HOT TO BE STTBPASSED. T» f -READ BROS/ BOTTLING "DOG'S HEAD" BASS' ALE. , Dog Head " Guinness' Stout. < , WATERBURY WATCHES r '' ^ " -IT IS FOLLY >} to bay an expensive "Watch when yon can gat The Most Perfect Timekeeper s f in existence for a few. shillings. . : 4a& for a "Waterbury Wafdi,' . d,see thit tin amj'u oiitiafall. "

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

. . ? Railway Time Table.:' Tho in nil train for Sydney leaves Toiitci.' fleld at 7*10 p.m. daily, Satrriijs ex oopte'd, and for 'Brisbane a»\li'30' b.f. daily, Sundays excepted.' ' > ^ The Goods Train leaves Tenterflell;for. Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday;/ .and; atorday mornings at 6 a.m'.,;and-" ar ives from Sydney ovory Monday,'Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4 45 p.m. : The fares between Sydney and Tentor fleld, and Tenterfield and Brisbane are as follow: TeHXSBFIBLB TO SXDHBY.t 1st Class, Single ....... j84 ? 1 0 2nd Close, Singlo 2 10 0 Beturn Tickets;- available fori : . r Two Months. 1st Class jB5 '121 6 2nd Class . . .. 3 10- 0 WAtiXiHOABUA O BRISBANE. W 1st Class, Single £1 ip 7 2nd CIa3s, Single ... ... -.-I.' 5.:. 5 ' 1st Class, Return ... 2 IS) .5 2nd Class, Botnra . ... 1 is .,2 . .

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Yesterday's Horpebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAT Sight; . . MESSES. Pitt, Son, and Badgory report' ns follows to-day :? 20,400 sheep wero penned, tho market being lower. Best wethers 15s 6d; others . from 7s 6d ;owea primo, 10s 6d j others from 7s 6d. .1020 cattlo were yarded, tho market being firm, bast beef being;Worth 20a per lOOlbs. Bullocks, L3 10s to L8 10s; cons, L3 to L65s. Walkor Trustees bullocks sold to-day averaged Lfi-9s 6d. :

A Terrible Accident. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

A Terrible Accident. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOIIT. A WORKMAN* named Benjamin Collard fell from tho top of Lark's warehouse to-day, . a distance of eighty feet. His body was terribly mutilated.

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

LONDON, January 11. It is understood that arrangements nre boing mado for Parliament to moot on the 30th Jauuary, this data being a fortnight earlier than was originally intended. In view of tho present situation in con nection with tho. war in South Africa there is a growing publioloutcry at the uu projparednoss shown by the Government, which hits resulted in,a virtual deadlock in tho military operations. Tho Bight Hon. A. J. Balfour, in a speech delivers! l vtt night at Manchester, dealt specially with the war in South Africa. He said the chief lesson of the war was that Great Britain, for tho first timo in tho world's hiBtory, had mob an enemy who were entirely n'ounted. If there had been anything lacking in ure science witK" regard to tho war, Mr. Balfour declared, the blame . waB : too widely distributed to weigh heavily upon any single individual or any ono office. 'Commenting upon the speech of the First Lord of tho Treasury this morning, both tho "Times"and the "Daily News" ...

Federal Delegates SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Federal Delegates "SYDNEY, MOXDAY NIGHT. SIE '.GEOBOE TUBNEB ;; .Bub'gestB that Messrs.. Barton;'Deatin and Kingston should comprise the Federation dologation to tae Imperial ParUainpnt.. _.>

TELEGRAMS The Bubonic Plague. OUTBREAK IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

TELEGRAMS Ihe Bubonic Plague. OUTBREAK IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, MONDAY. Tnc bubonic phguo has mnda its appear anco in Adulaido. A runaway sailor named Appotcin died in tho hospital, and a post-mortem examination mado revealod most of tho eymptoma of tho plnguo. It is stated that a resident from Giiwlor, who cuntrnctvd the fovor from Appstoia Is now in tlio Hospital. T!io utoarocr Chinglu, which arrived froui Japan nnd Hongkong reports that U.o pl.^uo i« still provalont at Kobi, nnd JOO doctor* with asaistants aro endeavor ing to ataup out tho discaso by houao to boiuo visiti, TIiu Health nuthoritica hnve roceivod nuntTiciil intimation nith regard to tho uuttircnk of tho plnguo at Adelaide, and cunaiilcr muro dolinito information noccs ssry beforoany action is takon hero.

THE LATEST. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

"EMtaiita TT- A. *H»TFgg8»Hy SYDNEY,' MONDAY NIOHT. Many thousands of people ass'ombled in the streots yesterday afternoon to witness r.he march of troops taking part in the Church. parade. St Andrew's and St Mary's Cathedrals woro packed, whero valodictory sorvices were hold, tho Arch bishop of Svdnoy and Cardinal- Moran delivering addresses. At the Anglican placo of worship largo numbors worei un able to gain admiesion. The number of names so far enrolled for tho Bushman's Contingent is 700. As tho Victorian contingent marohed through Collins-street on Saturday, the pavement was strewn with flowers by the ladies in tho crowd. . Mr. Walter Hall has telegraphed to tho Queensland Premier offering £250 for the purclmso of horses if a third conting ent la aout. - - Tho Cape Minister foi Defenoe states' that most complete arrangomehls hare been made for dealing with apieB or traitors. The Colonial Secretary states that tho ' question of defective saddle^ has been ? satisfactorily settle...

The Bushmen's Contingent. Tenterfield Batch. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

The Bushmen's Contingent. Tenterfleld Batch. MESSRS. James Struck, 0. Hurtz, F. Roberts, Gray, Bell-Booth, Lowor and I nnothor, tlio Tentertield , batch who have volunteered for Borvicc in the .Bush-' men's Contingent, tool their departure for Camp by the mail train on Sunday night. The railway platform was crowded with frionda and well-wishers to see tho tuon off, hand-shakings and lusty cheers being freely given. The men are a good nil round set, first olass shota and clover hwrsomen; while thoir knowledge of. all phasoB of bush life will sorvo thom well in warfare against the Boer in his own country. In all noccssary conditions our men will hold their own with those from othor districts. : .

THE MAORI KING FIRED. Boer Sympathisers Treacherous. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

. THE MAORI E^NG FIRED. Boer Sympathisers Treaoherous. THERE would appear to be Boer treachery evon in these colonies. The latest in stance in an attempt nt Brisbane to fire the Maori King, tho steamer conveying the troops to the Transvaal. It nppoors that there was reason to sus pect foul play, and a watch was kept. On Friday night late a fire was discovered in the coal bunker, and closor examination showed that it was not accidental. A drum of tar had been procured, and holeB bored in to let the inflammmable stuff run on the coal, and so nid tlio flames. The fire brigado was summoned, but owing to the opportune discovery a_ hose on board quenched the conflagration. . The troopships in- Sydney aro now being carefully guarded as a result of this' attompt. The police have two foreigners in Sydney under close surveillnnce, in COBO they may bo inclined to evil deeds. ; Mr Lynu considers the matter very serious and says it almost looks, in face of Hie widespread machinations of tlio ene...

OUR MOUNTED RIFLES. Letter from Lieutenant Lee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

OUR MOUNTED RIFLES. Letter from Lieutenant Lee. 7 Thb following letter written "at Green Point Camp, Capetown, and dated the 15th Decembor, 1809, was received by t he proprietor of this journal on Saturday last from Lieutenant 0. A. Leo. . . Ho saya" At last I find time to sond you n few lines and by jove you will never knew what a very difficult matter it ia to oven write a aingle letter. To bogin with you must excuse the stains on the paper .as I have to carry my little scrap of paper in my haversack and oil bottles will leak occasionally. 1 do not intend to say anything about our send-off or voyage over except that we are all delighted to get away from the cramped life on board ship, and onco mora feel good . old Mother Earth. Sea sickness played havoo in our ranks, but. wo made a record trip by not losing a single horse, and the only incident worth mentioning was the trouble with our Farrier Serge ant who is an Afghan, and possessed a kit of six murderous knifes which scared som...

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.     THE unual weekly meeting of the com mittee was held at the Secretary's office on Saturday last, when there wore present Messrs. J. H. Reid (chair), J. H. and A. Sommerlad, Hawkins, Bentley, Readett, Roper, W. Reid, Crisp, T. M. Walker, Wilkie. Donoghue, Brown, and the Secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence   (1) Front Mrs. Montgomery accepting Committee's terms £15 15s for the sole right of running a steam riding gallery on the Show' ground during theShow days.   .(2) From Chicago Jewellery Co, ap plying for 7ft by 5ft space in the building for the purpose of manufacturing gold wire broaches for sale. Also from Mr R. Cobley, tailor, Newcastle, applying for 16ft to 18ft space for tailoring exhibits. Both applications were held over until next meeting for consideration, the Secre tary in the meantime to commumcate with those likely to require space in the build...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JANUARY 10. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

THE. TENTERFiEl D |nt err0I0 nx al C011 mr AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate : TUESDAY, JANUARY 10. LOCAL NEWS. . AMATEUB PICNIC BACKS.-Theso races take place in Tenterfield on the 7th . proximo. We have to remind intending - nominators that the entries for the whole of the events close on Saturday next with the Secretary. HOSPITAL MEETIHG.-The Quarterly meeting of the committee will be held to-, night in the School of Arts.- The annual meeting is fixed for the following Friday night at the same place, the business being reception of reports and balance sheet, ' and election of officors. ' . DUTIES RESUMED.-Duties were re sumed yesterday in the Schools after the Christmas vacation. No alterations have been made in the local teaching staffs, who have resumed their accustomed places. It is likely the vacancy for a tupil teacher in the?) Superior Public chool will shortly be filled up. DENTISTRY.-Mr. J. P. Bede-Donovan, . dentist, announces that he may be consul ted at Allis...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

BcBcatt IjeaSii) Or THOSE WHO - sometimes REQUIRE A STIMULANT should take, in the moderate doses prescribed, '$ An ideal spirit for women. It /will be found a potent and /pleasant remedy foe tie various ailments peculiar to the sex. ASK FOR UPolfg's The only REAL SCHNAPPS. BDY OBIQIHAt BOTTI.KS. . Wanted TALLOW, HIDES, BONES, SHEEP SKINS, WOOL, BEES WAX, HORSE and COWHAIR, OPOSSUM and all kinds MARSUPIAL SKINS. I am propared to give CASH for the above at exteme rates, - Wm. H. EVENIS, Soap Works. Washington H. Soul &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, ICO PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. The Largest, Most \aried Stock of Patent Med clnes, Chemists' and Druggists' Sundries, and 8ur gfcal Appliances in the Southern Hemisphere. Noth fngibut best quality of Goods kept. Prices are the LOWEST in the city, WE EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wish to build up their system, banish sleeplessness, {jive tone to the Digestive Organs, and receive energy and ca parity for persistent efforts of mind, the Health In ...

GRAVEL. CURED BY DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

GRAVEL. OURED;BY DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS. Tho Kidnoy filtor out of tlio body tho poisons and impurities tlmt collect in it. Tliey oro forecoining every minute, every Becond of your life, by day and by night. , ; Every time your brains think, your I hand moves, your heart beats, or your lungs inhale, soino of, their substances break down into waste material. This wasto material is poisonouB and nature intends its removal as fast as it is made. This is the work your kidneys have to do. If they are weak, sluggish, inactive or diseased they do not do it. PoiBons which should be promptly thrown out of the blood thon colloct in tho Bystom and olog and poison every organ. . ' , . . Perfect -kidneys mean perfect filtering of all poisons out of the blood. " Pure blood and perfect health are Bynonymous. Doan's Backache Kidnoy Pills heal, soothe and strengthen tho kid neys and set them doing their work active ly and properly. Alderman James Livingstone, of Ingle-, burn, near Liverpool, N....

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. SYDNEY, January 16. THE DOLDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

QUE SYDNEY LETTER. (FbOM OXItt OWN C0RRESI"0ND£NT.) SYDNEY, January 1C. THE DOJ.DRUMS. , The silly season is markol by the ro crttcleBcenco of a number -of topics of greater or less importance, principally less. The newspapers' continue to de voto an immenso amount of space to tho chronicling of small beer concerning the contingent and tho war, rehashing tho Bame items over and over again with a desperate ingenuity worthy of tho Boers themselves. In addition, public atten tion is divided between Mr. Barton's visit to England, tho bubonic plaguo (is . this by way of compensation 1), the Queensland Tick Conference, and tho ? removal of the Sydnoy abbatoirs. TnB SYDNEY Adbatoibs. , Taking the last first, it is of interest to .noto;that tho Government seem disposed to.settlo tho question of tho abbatoirs in a manner that will bo conducive, not only , to the^ interests of tho largo meat-con suming .population of Sydney and tho Bubiirbs, but also to those of stockowners and country reside...

Religious Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

?".'Si :v|leligiouB Uemorstada. . FOB-SUNDAY NEXT, JANUARY 21. I. Cnuncuoy EJCOLAND.-TenterfieM 7.80 a.m. (c c) 11, ? cum. Boonoo Boonoo 3*40 p.m. Wilsons Down*. . (all 7.S0p.n?. By the Rev. II, Q. bmith. ' ' WBSLRTAN\:Onvnon.-Tenterfield, 11 a.nj.nnd7^0 . : p,uu Bun^ulla at 3 p.m. by Rev. B. Lane pRMBTTERUN-OllUECU.-Tcntorfcld;ll B.m. and : . 7.30 p.m. by the Rtv.Dill-Macky ; DRAKE SERVICES. AYmmxCiiracih--7.30p.Ji). byilr/ilorton..' ROMAN CATHOLIC CIII-RCIZ.-Mass at 8,30iCm. and U ? . A. in. Benediction at 7.30 by thoRev, Father Corcoran.-':'

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

Wanted. "XXT. AJiTED a quantity of SQUARE VV .mil nOUNI) TIMHHU tor Or loli'd Croi-k Bridge. Jfor pariiuular8.ttj.ply JOHN PRITCHARD, ., Contractor, 'Ladies' High School. iMiss^GREENE, Principal. E\V '.TERM MONDAY. 2?'i'l January. , . ? Preliminary Announcement. THE [IEW TNGUND FAIR WILL lie Iip.M on (ho 14ih.ati<l 15th of FhltRUARY. Furtherparticulars in future ism<v -Proceeds in aiil.of VVes Irynii Church Lmxla. Municipality of Tenter field. OTICIvis lirreliy pn-on (but on OPEN RLVISION ( OCRl for tlio pur pi o of REVISING tlii' MUNICIPAL LISTS f«r Ihu \-ar 1000-1001 mil no held hi tins Town Hull on-MONDAY, nextj . the 22ml init, at 8 p in ?' W. H. AOBRHy, j r Cottnoil CI. rk 'Iown Hull, 18tli January, 1000. -TENTERFIELD rp. A: & M, SOCIETY, TENDERS. ^IliNDEUS will l»o.'-rocpived>. liv' ll»o. X : up to ltoou TO-MDKUOW* (SA.l UHUAYj,: the 20tlt uistuut. fat* the E1MSOTION of TW O WATEU CLOSKTS on ihoSociety's Grounds, as per p on and 8|H'CiliouUoDt-...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL," -."/v .SYDNEY, ,THURSDAY- FT IOHT,; . Whoat,'2s,Gd to 2s 8d " r Flour,-LC. 10s to L7 . ChicKwheat, 2s 4d . . , ..: . Chaff; L2:12s"(id to LA . Potatooa Ll 10a to L2 15s '? n' ? * . Oaten Hay, L3 5s to L4 15s .. . Maize,;'primp;'-3s ; : Oats, 2s'5d to;'2s 7d ? v. ."Lucerne, L2 Es to L2 Ifia Butter-(Creamery and -factory) 9d ? Dairy) 7Ad to 8d- ' . '-v:

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY 16TH JANUARY. BEFORE MR. M. H. Fitzhardinge, P.M. ALLEGED BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

_ .>t, ' POLICE COURT. TLFSDAT IGTII JAMTAHV BKROUB H. FITZLIARDINYP, ALLEOFD BCNOIIAHY ; :Wi;ii:im Junius Corcoran, :iiyouth.-,15 yenrs- of ago, was charged ,'wil.h. having ; t/roicon into, and entered the prcmiHCSjof; ':! Mr;' E. R. Davies, KOUBG street, Tentorr; fieVi, on the'night of 17th; October : ItiBt; nndstolen therefrom a quantity of<"furni turb.of tho value of £1 10s. ? Mr. J. F. Thomas defeudcd thoaccused, .whoVpliiadtftl, "That lie (inly took tlie thingswhieli his father told hini to." -Senior-Sergeant Hicks said that vtlio robbery was reported lo liiiii on tho 22ml "Qctobcr.last.' Oh that day he saw accused, who was a groom at Dr. Freyer's; ToM ; accused of tile robbery, and, asked; lii'tti; if ho . took anything away. Ho replied, "thAt ho had. token away some: i>f ? his! lcl6thos,:but did not interfere with, any thing, else." From "information; Bince regeived lie had recovered tho' property. Somo of it was at Dr. Frcyeis, a wash alandat W. Bakers, ond...

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