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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
JOSHrA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LA1J5S1" 'JJ'SflMONST OF APPRECIATION... ...?.. v.- . ! AGAIN TO THE FEONT. By. mi\il from Lomkn Messrs, Joshua ISrcc. lmvo bvcn informed. that...-.tho: : Army Contracts Director Iiub tukon a supply of Iheir Brunily ?. i. v.: - s.. . For tho use of tho Impend in itrtiea. ' ~ OBTAINABLE IN, ilAiSKS, HALF FLKSKS AND BOTTLES.' pmkm OP NATIONS -TOBACCO.", A GIFT FROM THE UNITED STATER TO AUSTRALIA. ' Tho ;T. ;C. Williams. Company of ^iclunond, Virgiiua, U.8.A;, state that . ^ - NO BETTER TOBACCO CAN BE PBODUCED than^tbapms.nufaoturcd under tho *' WEALTH. OF NATION3^'; Bcuuf1.^ . -p.- r\* ' Worthy of a trial by All Smokers of Dark ^Tohaceoiv^.^r-^^-::.. - WATERBURY WATCHES. " WORLD RENOWNED. UNIVERSALLY USED. The Working Man's Friend. HIGHEST FINISH, LOWEST PRICE. So not be put ofTwjth worthless imitations. . Take no other but tho Genuino Watcrbury, v ' SILVER CASES A SPECIALITY.. .
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
..Railway Time Table. The inni] train for Sydnoy leaves Tontor flelcl, at 7'10 p.m. SatrHtyB . ex Japtod, and for Brisbane- a. lj.-30-a.ia. itiily, Sundays eii^ptcd. . The Goods Train leaves Tentcr/Iel I for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and ntnrday mornings at G a.m., and Dr ives from (Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45 p.m. ' r. The fares between Sydney and Tenter Bold;,and T(ntei field aud Brisbane are as follow:- - - Tb!(trbfihld TO Svbkev. 1st &lt; lnsi, Singlo ... £i . 1 0 ;,:. 2nd Claii,Single .... ... 2 10 0 Eeturj Tickets, available for / " Two Months, _ 1st Clasf; ? ... ... ... iJ5 12 G . 2nd Claia ... . ...' 3_ 10 ,0. Wit) ANGAEHA ? o Bjiisbjnb.1,:;:~&lt;s' ' 1st Claa .1, Single 'JG1 10 7 : 2nd Class, Single .....1 5.6' 1st Clasii, Eeturn'... ? ... 2 19 u ! 2nd ClatiB, Eeturn ... 1 18 2
TRANSVAAL WAR Johannesberg entered in State. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
Johannesberg entered in State,. LONDON, M.iv 31. Commandant Kruiso surrendered at Johannesburg to Lord Roberts. The Boer garrisons' around Pretoria liavo boon dismissed. Lord Roberta despatched a force to Hrvthoaley, but President Krugor 4n tho meantime fled. '. Tlio Burgomaster nt Pretoria lias sum moned !i meeting of ttuf: committee np pointed topresorvo order to receivo. tho British. Tho people are quiet and ex pectant. - 200 Cape rebels are guarding tho Koo matio bridgo. Utrcclit has surrendered to General Hilyard. Tho Boers have withdrawn from Dorn berg. v " General Lyttleton is.innrohing to' Vry lieid. ? - Lord Roberto is hastoning to . Pretoria, and has sent officers to Johannesburg to diotiite the terms of surrender. * LATKB. 14 Boer Commandoes are eoncentraccd. at Koomiitie Pooit on'the Deingoa Bay railway, south-east oftho Transvaal. . The Portuguese, liave closed: tlio Bay to goods traffic, and haye:'ordered''all' available troops to bo in ./readines3 to pro-; ceed to tho...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
Brief Mention. . .WKSLEYAN social to-morrow night.. . Kuooeii Dealing.nUlitral "territory, v ? RUSSIA trying to tilch Chinese territory. , . OPENING of Parliament- next .Tuesd&y. Wajuvick foo"M)alleri$lofeated Tenter field. - - ? a ,- PlouoiiiNfj ninlch prtzaa wero jmid OVLT last Saturday. '. MiiETiNa of the Agricultural Sooiety next Saturday iiftorti^oiij ; Tba mooting in tho "Salvation Barrncks this evening. .r-.;- ? ....v.'.-'.r.????..? ? ? : Mooting . of looal- iTennis .Olub at tho Soliool of Arts to-morrow nighfc.v. . TUB Council Clerk and Aidorman Uoper start on a canvass.to.day for promises, lo light by electricity. .v HAYWARD, the orioketoiylias-compiled, a-thousand runs this se/ison- in firsfc.olass crickofc. :It is almost oertmn that " Mr. Slattory will bo appointed Vice-President; of the oxeeutivo Council. 1 It is understood that Mr;: TncUctt will bo elected Chairman of Comiiiittoes urtlie rjc^iblutiro Council. , . Tub West Australian.Assembly has passed the sooon...
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. JOHANNESBERG QUIET. MANY BOERS SURRENDERING. CAPTURE OF COMMANDANT BOTHA OF ZOOTPSBERG. GUERILLA WAR TO BE CONDUCTED. LONDON, JUNE 4, Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. JOHANNESBURG QUIET. MANY - BOERS SURRENDERING. CAPTURE OFCOMMANDANT ; r BOTHA OF ZOOTPSBERG. 1 GUERILLA WAR TO BE CON DUCTED. . LONDON, JUNE 4, Morning. . Lord Iloberts/reported on Saturday that Johannesberg was. quiet, and many Boers -aro surrendering Hieir arms and horses. Threoguns were captured, and several others were left in the fort. , Commandant Botha, of .Zootpaberg, with a field cornet, and 100 others huro been captured around Johannesberg. President Kruger, and Mr. Keitz, are at Marchadoip. They declare they will conduct a guerilla war, thus compelling the British to have an army of. 100,000 to occupy tho Transvaal.
THE CHINESE TROUBLE. Warlike Preparations. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
" THE CHINESE TROUBLE. . ? / Warlike Preparations. LONDON, Juno 1. ; I he Grout rowers aro threatening to over-ride the opposition aliown by the .Chinese' Government to the despatch of foreign quards beyond theiTaku forts. A special train frohi'Tiontsifi has 'conveyed a number of British', Russian, and other. giia*rdB,,togothor . with fivo quick-firing guns, to'Pekm. ? ...?? . ? LONDON, Juno 2; Seven hundred of theBoxers" (the Chinese robels) , on ; Thursday. attacked thirty foreigners,; including six ladies, who were' escaping in- boats from Pao-ting-fu, iioftr'Pekin. 1 Four of the foreigners , wore killed, : and many of the othetB'wounded.; : The Tsung-li-YamGnv - (the- Chinese Foreign O(lice): has reluctantly ^admitted 100 marines of each Powor into Pekm- to ! guard the Embassies. ' Tlu-ro aro 23 foreign men-of-war at Taku, at tlio nrtiuth of the Pui-ho, includ ing ;nino Russian warships with 11,000 troops on board. ???????!? - . It is believed Russia hoped to seize a position co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
Look we!l should perform its functions properly « . ? « . 3f,£"o;"T Feel well of 'the body should work in Harmony . . . &lt;. r»_ .. &lt;1 To be well you D© well must take the world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING LOOK WELL FEEL WELL AND BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Liver Ailments-is. a stimulant that aids digestion- it tones the stomach and mvjgonites the bowels and kidneys. Aflk for WOLFE'S tho Real Original Schnapps. q'> *>H;>V yH.vr\> TOBACCO THOMAS PEBERDY& SON. Dr. Ormistpn. Surgeon Dentist, ICS to announce to hi*-Pattient | that he has REMOVED to Logan 8-ieet, apposite Dr. Freyer's residence. f ashiiigtonH.Soul&Co. Great Drug Emporiums, .-4'? ; ICO PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Tie Largest* Most Aaricd Slock of Patent Med cines,;' Cheuiifts' and Druggists' Sundries, and Sur ideal Appliances in tlic Southern Hemisphere Noth Ing hut best qu-Hty of Goods kept. Prices are tbe LOWEST in the city. WE EARNES...
INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL MATCH. Tenterfield V. Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL :vx ? - Tsnterfleld 7.. Warwick. THE Tehterfield ?team journeyed to Warwck last Saturday to try conclusions with a teaniselecied from that place. In tliu morning tholocal team drovo to the Border and caught tho 9 o'clock train, arriving in YVarwick about 1 p.m. On arrival thoy wero met by Mr. F. Benjamin, (tho energetic secretary), in tho absence of tho Mayor and formilly wolcomed.. Thoy wero then driven to the Commercial Hotel, where tho health of the team was drunk. After lunch they were driven to Sladu Park, wheroithe match was played' t In tho evening thoy wore entortainedat a bauquot, and on Sunday morning they wero driven out to tho racecourse, and thou to tho Government Experimental Farm, where thoy wero shown oror tho property by Mr. C. Iloss, thrco cheers being given for that gentleman boforo leaving. Thij play started at3-4S, Mr.-T. Pritchard captaining tho visitors and Mr. F. Benjamin tho homo team. Pritchard won thu toss from tho Warwick skipper, a...
PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD. A MEETING of the local School Board was held yesterday afternoon, at which there were present:-Messrs. I. Whereat (Clrur &nbsp; man), Tompson, Peberdy, T. M. Walker, and W. Reid. The Chairman said he had called the Board together with the view of consider ing the advisability of requesting the De partment to re-establish cooking, classes in Tenterfield this winter. He had been informed that the classes were about to conclude in Glen Innes, and as the plant was within easy distance of Tenterfield, he thought if application was made at once, the request would be granted. After discussion it was resolved on the motion of Mr. Reid, seconded by Mr. Tompson, that the Chairman make ap plication to the Department of Public Instruction for Cooking Classes to, be established here on the lines which they were previously held, i.e., for pupils out side as well as those attending the Tenter field Public School. Mr. I. Whereat then resigned his posi tion as Chairman o...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, v THE usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held last night, Present : Aldermen Reid (Mayor), Walker, Crisp, Whereat, Sommerlad, Roper, 'Toohey, Juergons, and Kelly. . . . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. "V The following correspondence was tabled (1) From Leichardt Council ask- &nbsp; ing the co-operation of the Council in urging the Government to appoint a num ber of Sanitary Inspectors under the Public Health Act. (2) From the Secre tary Football Association asking the Council to place Queen's Park in order for football practice and offering to con tribute 10s towards cost. (3) From Hammersloe complaining of the stench arising from the rubbish pit, located, within 200 yards of his residence. (4) From Mr. H. Morrell, complaint on the same subject. He stated that dead &nbsp; horses, jam tins, and other refuse of a &nbsp; disgusting nature was strewn about all &nbsp; over the place....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
IN MEMORIAM. BUTLER — In loving memory of our dear daughter, MARY ANN BUTLER, who de- &nbsp; &nbsp; parted this life on June 3rd 1899. &nbsp; &nbsp; Precious darling she has left us, &nbsp; Left us, yes, for ever more ; But we hope to meet our loved one, On that bright and happy shore. &nbsp; Lonely the house and sad the hours, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Since our dear one has gone : But Oh ! A brighter home than ours, &nbsp; &nbsp; In Heaven is now her own. &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by her loving Father and Mother Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Butler, Black Swamp. IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; MELLING — In loving memory of our dear son, and brother WILLIAM &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MELLING, who departed this life on June 7th, 1896. Deeply regretted. &nbsp; Again appears amidst our gloom, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbs...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 June 1900
' --LOCAL- NEWS. .. AUCTION SALE.-Mr. I. Whereat reports having disposed of a number of pigs on Saturday by public auction. Thoy realised -good prices; PROPERTY SALE. - Mr. L Whereat reports having disposed of Mr. Mangleson's farm at Swamp Oak Creek to Mr. John Hass for the sum of L200. OrrosmoN TO MR. PIDJHKOTON.-Mr. E. Lonsdale, ex-M.P., for Armidale, is opposing Mr. W. H. B. Piddington for tlio .Uralla-Walclm seat in the Legislative Assembly. WELCOME SOCIAL.-In the Wesleyan Church to morrow night a wolcomo social to tbe Rov. M. H. Parkinson will take filiiciv The organ recently purchased will | leippened for tho first time, and a capital progrommo of vocal and musical selections will be discussed. . JUNIOR UNIVERSITY EXABIINATION. For this examination thero are two local candidates, namoly. Musters Oswald Scott and James Poberdy. Tlio sitting commenced yesterday at the School' of Arts under, the supervision of a committee. SALVATION ARJIY.-A tea meeting will be held at the Barrac...
DEEPWATER NEWS. BORDER UNION FOOTBALL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
DEEPWATER NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN ComtEsrosDENT.) BOEDER UNION FOOTBALL MATCHES. DEEI'WATSU played Emmavillo at tlio latter pluce on Saturday. The first, half of the game wus very even, no sooros boi ing obtained on either side. In . the ~ second Imlf Deopwater pluyod o rattling game, and had Bmmaville on their goal line up to within 8 minntes of time, when the Deopwater nion became completely exhausted. Emmiivillo then scored three tries in succession, the game thus«re sulting in a win for thoni by 9 points to. nil. Nine Milo played Stonohenge at Glon Innos, tho firstnamed winning by 9 to 3 puints .Glen Innos Boomerangs met l'ent Hill at the-latter place, and wero defcatod by 60 pomt? to nil. ?? RIININO. ? Elliott Bros, at the Nine Milo, havo struck a ggjid thing at Jerminh's. Flat. They have neon 7o tons of: wash, which ?will average 1 owtnE tuvto tho load. ': The mine continues to look.well;- - v; . i v-. N. "Buldor has uncovered > a: splendid littlo shoot ofi tm ' 2ft.^8in.;i\vid...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
SMALL DEBTS COURT. - - 'VjunV'5Vv:' ' '" BEFORE tho Polico Magistrate anil Mr. I ' Wlioicat, J P. i ACTION -FOB SLANDER. - Tins was an.notion, claiming £10 dam ages for slander, ; brought by- William Charles Hill, as father «f Charles Hill, against tlio proprietor of this journal, for an alleged accusation niacin against Hi'B son of stealing? paper from under a door. Mr. Weigall appeared for (lib plaintiff, and' -Mr. Readetfc for tho ' defendant. Edward Hill, apod 17, gnvo evidenco to the effect that defendant made use of the words complained,'in - the plaint to him about his brother,', in tlio luttor's office, but under cross-examination contradicted .' this statement several times. The father r and the actual plaintiff also ijave evidencebf conversations they had with defendant and tho lattor'a refusal to givo the name of his (informant. The first mentioned witness also admitted getting the COURIER, al though he was not a subscriber. G, Gates, a_ lad of 13 years, also gave evidenc...
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
; LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, TNUNSDAY NIGHT, . Wheat, 2s 9d Flour,. L6 5s to 1.6 10s Oliicliwlioiit, 2a 3d to 2s 6d ??????...' i Chaff, L210s to L3 10s ' I Potatoes L2 to 1.2 IDs' ; ',. Mijizo,-- 2s 8d to 2s Cd, ': . : Oats,"2s 2d to 2s4d??? :i" ' ? ?Luoorne,-Ii2 10s to LO - , Butter, croaincry, l0d:; factory; 9d to 9J j dairyj-8d to 8id. -