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THE EMPRESS AND THE BOXERS. WARLIKE ATTITUDE. LONDON Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

TjlE EMPRESS AND THE BtiXEUS. WAKblKEATTITUDE!;,.-: f .LONDON Tuesday. . Intelligence from China states that tho British and . American missionaries are 'surrounded by the rebels at Paotiyfu. Tho missionaries were safe on Monday, though in great danger. Tho '. Buxora ?' ?enormously injured the Luhan railway. " The Tsnng-li-Yamon has promised, to consider Russia's oiler to provide troops to suppress tho outbreak.. , i A'-serious. crisis ;cxists in the Royal palace.- Prince Ching is trying to induce the Dowager Empress not to proy.oke the Powers. .? ' '? Later. ' Tho rebel " Boxers" have, captured Mr. Norman and .murdered Mr; llobin "spri'dh tho North Island Mission Station, and Sve native Christians, i , The "Boxeis" also routed tho Chinesu troops who were defending -the Tientsin railway.' , ; " LONDON, Wrd.nesday. ' The Empress Dowager of China has or dered tho Government tn faco all.Europe, and not to ihterfero with tho " Boxers," and lias isued a secret decree" prohibiting the- Ch...

DESPERATE CHARACTER. Man Who Prefers Death to Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

DESPERATE CHARACTER. Man Who Prefers Death to &acl. Tub negro pugilist William King, who was :ui] vic'ed on two charges of burglary, one. accompanied with violence on a young lady, waa brought' up for Hcnteuco ht Melbourne, before Judge Gaunt. The prisonor appealed to the J udge to give him 48 hours to leave' the colony, and said he would sooner die than roturn to prison; whore he had been brutalised and not treated like .n man. at all. If his Honor believed him guilty if attacking the young lady he Bliould sentence him to death. His Honor said lie could not pass sen tence of death, but would sentenco him to four years' imprisonment on the first charge with eight weeks' solitary confine ment, and six years on the second, the si-ntences to bo cumulative. The prisoner said the Judge was "only sending him to death. He would novor do the sentence, and said he would sooner be hanged or shot where lie stood than bo reijiovod. ' In' anticipation of a scene, extra warders were on gu...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

lASTMHT'SpfS. LONDON, THURSDAY, President Kruger romvocd L2,000,000 in.cnsh to frliddlesburg^. Lord Roberts statos that tho occupation of Pretoria, took placo in a moat satisfactory m.vnnor. The British were more onthusi risticiilly. rocoived than; ho expoetod. General Huntorand Badon-Pnwoll are marching to'potchofsti'oom. Carrington's Brigade ia oporatin<; 'in tlie north,. and (Jenoral Plumer.is filling the gap between him and tho nearest British Column. '? ., Tho 300 Transvaalers who surrendered at Ljchtonbo.rg have boon sent to Vryburg Jan Hofmeyer will shortly visit Europe. ; Tho Premier has received a cable from South Africa to. tho effect tlmt-W'.'Pottoiy. W. Whitney, imd C. Fljnt, Now'South .Walos.troops, aro dangorously ill of enteric, fever. ' " . \ ; "l Tho Australian Bushmen cabled con gratulations to tho Queen on hor birthday expressing, lovo and loyalty. " " Mr-See hasireceived a cable from Cape town stating that nothing is known thero of any disaster to Aust...

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

OUR SYDNEY LETT-EE. PARLIAMENT.. The assembling of Parliament, is again delayed for another week. But tills dtiSH not mutter much. Both Ministers., an)}, tho public have become accustomed to gut lilting without the assistance of "-tho; collective wisdom " of tho country that a few days mora or less make no difference. It is doubtful, indeed, whether tho. ilcgiij; luture co.ild not be altogether .dispensed with, so long as wo have gentlemen at tVg_ head of affairs who aro so nblo and willing to govern tho country " on tlioir own." There is aiiother aspect to tho question, howo7er. If thoadvicoof tlio " wisdom " aforesaid is not worth having it is not worth paying for. To retain 120 gentle men'for six .months at six pounds a week apicce to do nothing hut, enjoy 'them selves seems slightly oxtraviigaut',|ovon for so phenomenally wealthy and lavish a country 113 New South Wales. In the^ present instance tho further postpone ment is caused liy tho illness of tho Pre mier's father, ail ag...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

Look well yo°r'°LTVER should perform lb functions properly Feel well jfthe body should work in harmony .... Be well Spiffs I world's Medicinal I, Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps, BY. DRINKING Wolfe's Schnapps 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 invigorates ihc bowels and kidneys. Aok for WOLFE'S tho Real Original Schnapps. TOBACCO y Nigger Gal per lb 3a 6d ,' Centennial ... ... .... 2a 9d v Mazeppa ,, 3s 9>1 :Now Conqueror ,, 3s 9d Yankeo Doodle ,, 4a 3<1 Tip TopTin-Tag - ... . 3s 3il THOMAS PEBERDY& SON Dr. Ormiston. Surgeon Dentist, WISHKS to aunouneo to hi« Pnttient | that ho haB REMOVED to Logan* 8-ieet, opposite Dr. Frsyer's residence. "WashingtonH.Soul&Co. . Creat Drug Emporiums, " . *. -/WO PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Largest..Most Marled Stock of Patent Med I olBCS^vChenjIltV and Druggists' Sundries, and Sur gioal Appliances in the Southern ...

HERE"S WHAT'S WANTED. A citizen of Tenterfield supplies the information. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

HERB'S WHAT'S'WANTED.>7 A citizen of Toiitcrfleld suppliea tho' in formation. ? '/ *'' , : Ovor lml [ tlio complaints of'mankind orginate with tho kidneys. A Slight touch of Backaclionfc first. Twinges unci shooting pains in tho loins follow. They niustbu chocked or they lend tg uruvor complications. , ; . . Tlio'sufiei'or; seeks relief ? : ^ ... Plasters ore tried and liniments for. the back. } So-called-kidnoy .cures which .'do. not cure. The long looked for result seems unat tainable.' ' \ . ( '14» , , If you suffer, do you wanL relief 1 \ Follow tho plan adopted bytliiH TonV terfiold citizun Mr. \V. B;:Ungerw<>od, Brickniokor, Ilouao. Sfc.f ' this town,; aays : -" W01 King at my trade gave mo amisty backa'obo which was a great trouble to mo. When I wanted to. pick up a barrow X would have to bend my knees to get djwn, keeping my back straight. I usedDoan's Backache Kidney, Pills for the trouble and an) now able to stato that they are a splendid remedy for backac...

WELCOME SOCIAL TO REV. M. H. PARKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

WELCOME SOCIAL TO REV. M H. PARKINSON. IN the local Wesleyan Church on Wed nesday night a welcome social was tend ered to the Rev. M.H. Parkinson. who has recently taken up the duties of this circuit Mr; W. -Reid, Mayor, occupied the chair, the attendances being fair, and   the proceedings opening with a hymn by the congregation. - . - Mr. Reid extended a welcome to the Reverend gontleman on behalf of the church people, and also as Mayor on be half of the townspeople. He hoped that he would be satisfied with Tenterfield, and that his stay would extend over the full term allowed. He also made reference to the new organ, and intimated that any procqeds remaining over from that enter tainment would be applied to paying off the balance, remaining unpaid on the in strument. Mr. J. H. Roper, on behalf of the Church Trustees, Mr. T. M. Walker, on. behalf of the Sunday School, and Mr.   Rolph jun. on behalf of the Bungulla people, also extended cordial welcomes.' W...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 June 1900

H Notice THE -Public are requested not to purohase papers from our : ranni-rd, as they are not authorised to soil tame. Copies; if required,. , can uhvays be obtained ^at this . Ofhcq.- ..Price 3d. Persons also receiving free Copiej r of the Coobibb from runners, are requested to discontinue receiving same from this date, as any person found so offending will tie proceeded,. against. . f-', G. w. BENTLEY . r: . . Proprietor." CbUBiBK Offico, June 7» 1900. To Let. OUSE TO-LET in Ronseatreot. .Ap.! P'y ' Meb. COLD1TZ, '. High-street. ^ Tennis. A MEETING ofmembors and intending XjL : members of .(he Tennis Clab willbe held on SATURDAY NEXT, at 8 o'olicfc in tile Gymnasium. ' - A. WHITTON,' ' ? -Hon:.Seo;s; Public Notice. IK response to numerous rcqoestp. I have much, pleasure .in CON VENING - a PUBLIC MEETING to bo hold iir the School of Art# Hull, on FRIDAY EVEN ING, 15th June, at 8 o'clock, for the pur pose of arranging-for a suitable memorial to the memory of the late Mr. W. H. Walk...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

Look weH ^ur'°LITOR should perform its functions proper!/ . . ? . . Feel well of. the body should work in harmony . . . . Be well lUk£yS world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Schnapps YOU WILL 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 invigorates the bowels andJddneys. Ask for WOLFE'S tho Real ? Original Schnapps. TOBACCO NiggnrGivl... ... ... per lb 3a 6d Centennial ... ,, 29 9d Mazeppa ... ,, 3s 9<i New Conqueror M 3a 9d Yankee Doodle ... .. ,, 4s 3d Tip TopTiii-Tag ,, 3s 3d THOMAS W5BERDY& SON Dr. Ormiston. Surgeon Dentist, WISHKS to annouoco to hi* Pattient that he has REMOVED to Logan* a-ieet, opposite Dr. Freyer'a residence. "WashingtonB.Soul &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, 160 riTT-STREET, SYDNEY i._so Largest, Most ^ried Stock of Patent Med cinen, Chemists' and Druggist*' Sundries, and Sur fffcal Appliances In the Southern...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

Vacancy for Boarders. V ACANOY for TWO BOABDKRS in . p-ivate residence. Mas. JAMES MITCHELL, Bulwor Street. Public Notice., IN response to numerous rrquentp. I have much plenmre in CONVENING a PUBLIC MEETING to lu: held in the Softool of Arts Hall, on FRIDAY EVEN hl»G, 15th June, nt 8 o'clock, for the pur pose of arranging for a suitable memorial to the moraory of the lata Mr. W. H. Walker. W. REID, . Mayor of TentPrfield. Wanted. 100,000 Marsupial Skins. THE Undersigned is prepared to BUY 1,10 aHve quptitity at 1 1SXTREME RATES. ' WM.; H; EVENIS, ' Soup Works A Grand Ball! -IN AID OF TIIE Sisters of St. Joseph's Convent, -WILL BB HSLD IN THE Wednesday, 27th June. Gentlemen's Tickets 4s. Ladies Tickets 3s. D. MULLANE, Hon. flccrctary. Preliminary TTotioe. Furniture Safle. I WHEREAT will Sell Mrs. RHODES' . ELEGANT FURNITURE, Carpets, Linoleums ; Dray, Waggonettes, Harness, Etc., on' Saturday, 28rd Instant. Fall Particulars in future issue. I. WHEREAT, PASTURES AND STOCK PflO TECTION...

The Latest. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

£iatest>. LONDON, Juke 10; GcnoralB Rundlo and Walker's forces have roinforccd the British at" Kroonstad. - Commandant Botha at Laiog's Nek has refused to surrender to General Buller. LATER. The American Secretary otState depie? that iho Portuguese Consul has' been.' authorised by the Amorican Government ' to advise ni^or. . - The Bubonic Plague. , in Sydney is causing grept anxiety, considering the number of cases this,is not to bo u'underod uti . During the prevulniicq of 1 ho [iluguo in (long Kong tho greatest re lief wan obtui,.iil fiom llio nso of Faulding's Eucalyptus VHe.C^bvoinment Report. j .Fur Children'* Hackiug.foiigh at nii(lit, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, la 6d, . During iho epidemic of Plagun ia Hung Kong Fauldincj a Eucalyptus Oil was sprayed about the Hospital Words, and (he patients experiiM-c d great relief by (icing washed with woter containing tiolyptol a mtacible form of Eucalyptus Oil. lJotli these pre* parations nre ohtHinablo from all chemists or Kt Fau...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, Juno 7. BeforeProtorm surrendered Clio British artillery engaged the fort. and damped .two Krupp guua. One of the defenders aluno answered, and then Hie KIIUIIR of .the British roiri'd overhead and dropped into lh> suburbs of ll o city. Pretoria 111 <n capitulated. Lord Itoborts reports'tlml. in his entry into the city tliu Grentidiur Guards lined the square, and only ii fow cavalry arid in ?*fftnlry participated in the march, which took pluco just aRthc greater number of j . theae.nnns of tho force were occupicd out .side of the city. ? Lord Salisbury has telegraphed con ; grutulnfions to Lord Roburtk. . Previous to capitulation the men under Generals Botha and De La Ray retired from the city sullenly, though in good , order, in the direction of Lydenburg. " A thousand burghers took an oath to struggle to the bitter end. ? Stoyn has telegraphed strong disap proval to tho burghers of Kruger's de parture from Pretoria. ' . . Goneral Ffutton capture...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

;.-rBrief.. Mention^ ?..Parliament opens to duy; . ; ' ; J^Ciose contest for the Canterbury Beat. k!''jMjilTARY left voatordtiy for Glen In rids. the stock and pastures Board adver? Uaenionfs. THE Manuhostor Cup' has been won by La Roche. MR. \V. Holnmr. M.P.hnapnBaefl his preliminary examination for ndmisaionto, the bur. . .A meeting of shareholders in the thatch-: iriaking machine will be held at Mr. \Y. Leech's to-morrow night. " : Mr. F. Biirnk, G.P.S. Glon Inuea, i& absent on sick leave. ? . . .... V Invsreli. . Municipal Council :havo, -adopted ; stringent by-laws..... under the Kuisances Prevention Act. ; - . Wrehis. the last two months land - in Inveroll has jumped fully 50 per cent in value. , - x ' ' A M kktinq of the Sydney City Ciuncil on Fridays-wag characterised .< by moab uni'jly pioceedmgs - . TUB Newcastle Oup on Saturday, was ivnnljy.America; Consul wecond..' and;: Moinu thud . . Blp. Wi J. Gilson reports havina.'H'.ld : material <>...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, .^.SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Wheat, 2a 9d* v Flour,. LO 5s to Lfi 10s . ; Ohickwho(Vt,'2s 3d to 2a od . Chaff, L2109 to L310s _ . ' . Potatoes L2 to 12 loa Maizo,' 2s 6d to 2s 6d . ? Oats,; 2s 2d to 2s 4d Lucerne, '1810s to 13 . Butter, creamery, IOd ; factory, Od to 9i j dairy, 8d to 8td.

SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

SYDNEY MONDAY' NiOBT. i .'^Tin 'ore io quoted at 22s. '"'Tfie'Chamber' of' Cottimerco -has .pro tested strongly agtfinit the*'indiscriminate:, proclnnmtion of.holidays. Thoy intond to. interview the Premier on tho subject. ;';:.Tho Premiers of"'thb-wliojo of the .colo nics are arranging to ' culobrnte the con .oluaioii^of tho war by a gonoral day of ro . joioing thronghtout Australia on the- same :day.-... ni»: ; -. The Mayor lms docided to tako no ao-. tiori jwqli rogard to tho allged attempted, ;J3iibory made by Alderman Norton. . *7, Mr. |.j; C. Ityrie, one of tho - oldest' 'jplistoralista in .tlia northweatorn district died, at Dnbbo to-day. ? ; ^ ^ J LONDON, SUNDAY. -Mrs. Gladstone is sinking fast. : : >. The Grand Prixo De Paris was won by ;:Sfemindria; Lovegross second, and . Iago .third.' - :';':'jrhe-Australian Federal dolegates are conforriiig with tho Grown Law Officers with,regard to verbal alterations in Clause 74r to Mr. Chamberlain says ho will 'not vary tho clause...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JUNE 12. Matters Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl D Jhterrclflttiai. C&wiw AN^ Fairfield '& Wallangarra Advooate TUESDAY, JUNE 12." Matters Political. -^he affairs political in this colony-and, indeed, in Australia-for the current and tho coming year should bo particularly interesting, and should command the serious thought of every citizen who has any regard for and feelB any interest in his country. For others than these wo do not write. Tho local or Btate questions aro of vast importance because of tlio changes that 'must be made in anticipation of the constitution ol the fedoral legislature; while the national questions will trans cend all other political questions neces: sarily. The federal elections lmvo got to bo provided for, and thoymay take place this year, BO that Australia may coin memorato the opening of the new century by the constitution of the first Federal Parliament and tho practical union and consolidation of Australian states. These things arranged, the people of this state may se...

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

^Yesterday's Homebush Sales ? ? SYDNEY, MONDAY JSIOHT. $ . . 'Messrs?Pitt Sod-, and Badgery report' as fojlowa: »' 6883 sheep wero penned, valuer being higher all round. . Best wethers:.164 6d j:: medium from 12s 6d : ewes 8a ~6d to lis " (id". ; - '1267 Sattle wore-yarded, the market be.iiig highor. Best beef worth: 22b 6d per 100 lbs. 'Prime bullocks, £11 12s ; mediuui; from £5. In: local lines, .. Griffith's bullooks averaged £6 Gs Id ; and Hindmarsli's ttiws £3 14s lid, aud £3 16s 3d. .

A Big Libel Case. HIS WOUNDED FEELINGS. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

A Big Libel Case. HIS WOUNDED FEELINGS. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. AH notion WHS commenccd in the Supreme Court to-day by Maurico Uerbort Si mini, ,a . Chemist, against the proprietors of *liu ' / .EVENINO'NEWS, claiming. L1000 damages for. publishing a social paragraph of a ^ .marriago ceromony in which plaintiff was 'alleged to'have been tbo bridegroom, Simon being at that time a married man living with his. wife and family at tbo Glebe. Defendants pleaded that tlio alleged libel was publiahed without actual malice or gross negligonce: .

CORRESPONDENCE. Proposed Walker Memorial. (To THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. Proposed Walker Memorial. (To THE EDITOR OF THE CouitiBii.) DEAR SIR, -I see in your laHt issue n notico calling n mooting for .the'purpose of considering the orection of iv memorial to the.|ato Mr. W. H. Walker.. As X will not be at the meeting unci there is likely to bo sonio difficulty i.i deciding tho form tho memorial in to take, permit 'mo to offersuggestion. 1'hat tho nmoutit col lected be invested in -Trustees for the Agricultural Society, nn(l tlio .annual in come thovofrom given ns'. n'prize to bo called "'The WalkerPrixo." This would form a link connecting Mi. Walker's name for tho futuro' with the Society ho did so much fur, and left n<j ntono un turned to advance, find bo an over ro curring testimonial to. his ; memory. YOUTH etc., ONE WHO KNEW MR. WALKER . WELL. - Tentorfiuld, Juno 11th 1900,

The Political Situation. FINANCE COMMISSION REPORT. SUNDAY TRADING. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

The Political Situation. : FINANCE COMMISSION "REPORT. . SU^tfAY TRADING.' ^ ** SYDNEY, Mos DAY" ' Nio ht." ?: ; - ~MR.KF.idH isconvuned a mooting of the '., ^Opposition for Tuesday evening to' con sider the politicalsituationi > .... ; . - It iB considered doubtful whether; Mr. Reid, will move an amcnrlmont on .the , Address-in-lioply. In roply to a temperance deputation to fthiy,'!the Premier promised to have the' Sunday soiling law rigidly enforced. Tho blame would rest with the Police if tho lnw'was evaded. With regard to the early. I closing of the hotels, ho could not give an' answer at once as it would involve a vudbal change, but ho promised to look very carefully into tho whole question of . oarly closing of hotels. The pi ogress report of the Finance Commission was presented to the Premier to-day. It" is understood to deal chiefly ivith tho finadcial djjyjutea befwucn ^lessrs. Lyne and Huid.^rao Kndiug being on tho side of tho former. Tlio main in ?luiry with regard to ...

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