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Yesterday's Homebush Salesr SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Salesr !:I- SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOUT. : R V. MESsnst. Pitt Son, and Qadgory report as follows.: ? About 1000 cattle wore yarded, values being 10a per head better. Pnmo bulr looks, L3 ioa to L9 ;. cows, L3 5a to L6 14a; ..Bpst beof worth 21s par lOOlba. : About 28,000 sheep were penned., tlio market baing 9d lower. . VVothors, 8s. to 17s Id'; owes, 8a to 12a lid. .In localHnos Messrs. Hnrriaon, Jones, and Devlin report that Wnlker Trustees' bullocks averaged L712s 7d. Amongst the sales on Monday wore A. M. White, Deopwater, 44 bullockB to LO 10s, avg. L5 17s, 44 cows, to LB 12a, avg. L5 4s Id ; G. N.' Griffiths,' iXenter field, 100 cows to L5 I4s, avg. L5 Is: 7d j Fi M'Innca, Glencoe, 13 cows,' L4 13s ;. northern agents, Tenteiheld, 80 bulluoka, L0 lis, avg. L5 ltia 9J; R. Finlayaon, Guyra, 10 bullocks to Lti 4s, av^r. L0 la Oil, 41 cows-to - L4 13a, avy. L4 9a Od; J. Finlayson, Guyro, 8 bullocks LO, 20 cows to LO 4s, avg. L4 13s Id.
The Lighting Question [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
The liigfctirig;''Questi6h'V' During the week a canvass - of -tho busino'aa people and others residing in the main atreots of the town was ; made by the .Council Clerk, and Aldorman Ropbr, with the.view of-ascertaining the probable amount of support forthcoming iri~ sup port of tho proposal to light the town ! with electricity. The outlines- of tho proposalwero explained to those called upon,land in nearly every, instance, the. project was .warmly received. Though; tKe canvass has . riot been completed, pro- ? . ihisos of 165 lights were given, and it is? -now certain that no difficulty 'will' be ex perienced in obtaining a very much larger; .number. Of course it is generally known. ! thnt at the preaent lime matters aro on-' tirely '; in the chrysalis state; but the; manner in which the townspeople have; taken to the project, affords roouvfor tlitf belief that we aru now on the path of ; progress in the direction of haying our -streets and business places lighted up in the neai" fu...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
LOCAL NEWS.' GHANDBAIX.-It is announced that a bull, ill aid &lt;if tlio Sisters of St. Joseph's, Con^ vont, will bo hold 111 thu GymnasiumHall on tho 27th instant. . - . / .. :. ANNUAL 'LBASE;-At the .local Iunds Oftice yesterday, Thomas'/Cook' applied for an annual leaso. of 90. acres, county Builor, pariah Ruby. -:. ;.. . ;.. . / /MICTION' : SALE.-.Mti Wv Ji (3ibsnn announcos that- &lt;ho . will sell by . public auction:to-iuorrow. afternoon, tho maternal cf Mr. R-. H. HipnIoy'a cottage iin High atreofc. , j-» MILITABV GAMP.--Tlio Tcntorfiold Hilf 'Squadron, with thuirJiorses, will lonvti :Tenterfield for Glen lnuea by special train ?on Mondaymoxt at: 1' o'clock p.m. Tho Oamp.willstarfc on the 13th and continue ovor.thi :17th instant. . : ? . - TABULAH JOCKEY CT.UB.- Ueferohco to the balance sheet in our business columns willshow.tliat this Club is in p flourishing Gnaucial condition: The committee liavo a credit of- L2G 15s 2d"in hand, after pay ing all liabiliti...
Post Office Time Table., MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
Post Office Time Table, MAILS CLOSE FOR AVilsonB* Downfall, and lioonoo Boonoo, . "Tuesday and Friday, nt 9*30 p.m. Sydroy, Glen Innea AriuMale, Maitland, ' and Newcastle, 6'15 p. ra. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabulam, Casino, Lismore, and Biobmnad Kiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 - noon; leave at 12'30p.m, Timbarra, and SteinbrooU-Tuesday and , Friday* at 9*30 p.m. Leave Wednes ' day and Saturday at 6 a.m. Drake,. Sandy Hiy, and Bossiterville Daily at 12 noon. ]&lt;e:ive at 12*30p.m. BonsHftw-Monday and Friday, at 9-80 p«*V" I«eave Tuesday. and Saturday * at5 a.m. " v. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at llr45 a.m. Wallangnrra and QneenBl tnd daily at 10'UO a.m. (Sunday oxrcpfed.V MAILS AimivK FROM Sydney, Glen Innes*, Annidale, West Maitland, and New.?n-tle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 "»0 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Witaou's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, »i 5*30 p m. Drake, and Sandy Hill- J>»ily (except Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, andlMi-lnnrnd River Same as Dra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S 'i . A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, enbou-ra propornUon for ridding tho mouth of tho aroma of tobacco, and leaving a pleasant taste. W*» and m- 7*. W. bottUs (Englith rata), at CKmUts and Sloru.. F. C. CALVERT & 00, MANCHESTER. g ^ 7* it Silver JHedaU and Diploma«. 0 \mii fflyffrM * i lnp*T\|| Solicitors. x^EactAjc.. J. F. Thomas, -Solicitor, Arbitrator, - (Sc., - Rouso-atroot, - Teatorfiold. BURINO my temporary absence in South Africa my affairs will be car ried on and my business. rounagrd by Mr. H. W. Weigall, Solicitor, (Jonnntasiuucr fo Affiduvitb &o. V Trust Money to Lond* on Approved r, . Soourity. . P. P. ABBOTT, t Solicitor, - Glen Innes. WILL VISIT TENTJ3RFIELD and attend: Court whon rcquirod. . 1 Iiegal. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer,' - &c., . HAS commcQccd Praotice In .Tentei field, rextdoor to Mr. J. Folding's Store. .? v " ? / Money to Lond on approved . Security. : . * Trespass...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
30v 30 30' ?» >;;t > * "V 30-Guinea BIG 1' CLE (Ladies' OP Gents') FREE. PIANOFREE. 'v.-:- . GOLD WATCII (Ladies'op Gents') Free , SE W IN G M ACHIN E FREE. T&IP to the PARIS EXHIBITION of 1900^ *ALL EXPENSES PAID, VALUE 30 Guineas, FREE. ; IN of/lor to increasethe-circulatiion of tho .Woman's WOULD we Imve made arrangements whereby pny aiibVcHber inay gam a ladies' bicyclo, vulue 30 guinous, a gentleman's^ bicycle, va\uV 3tf^mnoasi u 7-octavb walnut piano, valuo30 i*tiineu9, .'a tfold watch ladies' or ^entlemon's value^O-guinois, without any coat beyond thtf subscription money. This system is noit intended for tho idler-to, receive something for nothing-but fur those who aro willing to use a-Kttle cleverness, in their spare time, for which they receivo ihcso. baud*, some prizes. Carriage.paid (oyourdoor. . v , . ;. vv If youwant any of the articles named nuovo you can procure ihom. by bo^onuug a.sub-, ecriber to the WOMAN'S WORLD. This makes you eligible to participat...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
Railway Time Table. The mail train for Sydney leaves Toutor fleld at 7*1Q p.m. daily, Satrr^rys ex cepted, arid for- ; Brisbane: at 1it80. o«m, daily, Sundays excepted. ' " ; The Goods Train leaves Tenterflel 1 for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday . mornings at 6 a.m., and ar ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. The faros between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcntei field and Brisbane are as follow: TFlfTRBFIBLT) TO SSTDNBT. , ' 1st &lt; )as», Single ... ... j24; 1 0 - . 2nd ClaM, Single ...^ ... 2 10 0 Betur i Tickets, available for - }?; Two Months. lst Clas' '. ... .£5 12 6 2ndCiai9 3 10 0( . wkij anoabua o Bbisbanb; ' I '. 1st ClaaSingle JSlr 10 *7 . 2nd Cta; s,Single.... B.v.-C . ^ I iBt Claau, Return ... ... 2-19 : 6 . 2nd-C'la&B,Return^ ... 1.18 ; 2 ; : (
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
THE PLAGUE. \ : SYDKKY^'TuGflday.. Sinco 13th April over 24,000-rats. 'have, ljouii recoivtd ' Four:.plngue p-itionts in^tho^uarantino hospital are roportod to-bo .ro-,.:p .'-critical condition " l f ? It is- othcially, notihod thatcinoeulationi .is now froo.to-nll poL'8ons_withouth.roBtrio-: tions " *" ? ? So far thorohuve .vbeon 20' v cases wot plnguo .at ? Ruokhamptouj'.t mnoaproMinj; fatal ; :A.bout 1200;mon nro now.: at work;m the, oily quninntino alias 1 ~ » i i; Lily Stopliun, aged; v'siXy^fresiding'Siifr! Darhnghurst, . has . boon iBttacfct.'d.!v;.witIi:| pluguo > I v J V'Tlio pationt*. Williaili.tBrowiiv.3iod this afccrnoon w 1 Sydney; Wednesday - ' 'Juafc:whau,«voryono iinagined.^that, tho pfaguo,fiaclfpractically quitted Vlctona, a caso was diagnosed at-Ciimlierivoll to-day,; Tho patiejit is a mini of 32. When visited l>y Dr. Grosswell llio man was inarComaV toso condition. Orders- tvoru given, that; Ilia case should bo kept under closoobser vation:; It is impossibl...
THE SALVATION ARMY. Tea and Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
THE. SALVATION ARMY. Tea and Public- Mooting. ' :0s -Tuesday nightitt ten.nlooting was hold: iin;the "Barracks, liut the. attendance, wo rfigret'to-siiy, -wnsiiot nearly, BO Urge; as; tlie'occisioti deserved.- NoVflrthelessithOso' I prbsont'partook; of an /excellent spread, tKe - tables . boing heavily laden with \ii .olipjoejcolleotion of good thin'gB temptingly arrsitiged., - Ait 8 .o'clock a puWio.-jneeting was hold iu. the School of AtiBr Mrs Winter, ' wife : of Staff-captain' Winter, occupying the chair. The Town Band, under Mr. F. Jtneipp,- played several selections of music outside the hall prior to. the opening of the door. The collections in the hall only amounted to L3 2a, of which sum Messrs W. Raid and J. H. Roper contributed £1 Is each. Staff-captain Winter delivered a very interesting address on tlio social work of the - Army throughout tho colonies. During the course of his address lie cited a largo number of rescue cases, maiiy of these beingquito pathetic.. Tho work...
The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
\\;"3t?23LO;Xia&OjSrt*.' &lt; SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. Thero woro three cases of plaguo at Rockhampton yesterday, orio of which proved fatal, and ono tvfc Townsvillo. 1 ' Anothor, caao of plague occurred this morning,. tho victim being Henry Kussoll, agod 10 years, living at Pyriuont. _ -r A.caao of, plague,'tho victim boing a; little boy, has boon discovered at£ Towns-' villo. . .. >: Loprosy is spreading in Ouba in an alarming extent. .
TRANSVAAL WAR PRETORIA OCCUPIED. Particulars of the Occupation of Pretoria 464 BRITISHERS' SURRENDER. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
PRETORIA ' ' OCCUPIED. Particulars of the Occupa tion of Pretoria 464 BRITISHERS' SURRENDER. LONDON; Juno 4. General Bundle on May 2!)th attacked .a strong position of tho enemy, 0 milo« from Senckal. but the shelling failed to silence the,Boer guns'. An ouliluikirg movement, wus attempted, but was greatly hampered, owing to Immense grass fires The Grenadier' Guards advanced through the flames and billows of snioko, once oiily changing thoir position in tho facoof a hail of;bullets jo oscapo the burning herbage; . - .. ' Tho battlo' is described as a scene of appalling grandeur.' ' Lieutenant Quilter rescued many of tho wounded from tho burning gi'ass, though the Boers fired explosive bullets on- the rdscuer. ' : ,V. , . The Boers admit losing 50 killed aud many wounded. Major Hjllyard iB.. slpwly:: advancing northward through'difficult fcouutry... President Krugor tooV a million sovereigns from Pretoria and Transvaal, and issued £1,000,000 in Treasury Billa. Krugor also tried tti e...
Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900
Brief : Mention: AUCTION snlu to-moriow. ~ YFSTEIWAX'ttfM bittoily cold »vl>BBTOiUA>«>ceupied-.by!tbO'Bntisb;'':v..:';.''r FnESH^road'ContrftOtBadverciaod.;;.. : ? .Football matoh:tdrniorrow..nfternoon.';".;.'?:? .Tsnnis meeting Saturday niglilnt.Gym nasium. 'J t " PUBLIC mooting called ro Walkormemo-' iml. k &lt; .: JuNioit University! candidates sittingm. tho School of Arts. TUB prospects for tins sonson look very ' encouraging .A MEMBER'S champion billiard tourna ment will commence in tno School of Arts noxt Monday .niglit. EutraiiQO freo.-. His Hoiioit JUDGE ROGERS will preside at the next District Court to be holden lit Tonterfield 011 tho 10th July. .MINERAL lease ready ? for 'delivery:-^: Portion 15, D. M'Alistor. 20 lures, County Bullor, parish Bookookoorara. . A tin nimoi named liobort M'Laron hnsljoen killed at Dundee by a loaded dray. passim; oTor his body. Fresh tonders culled for ropairs . and additions to Pulice -feint ion, Doepwator. MB iNsi'ECTon. Be...