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VISIT OE THE GOVERNOR. Arrangements for his Reception. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

VISIT'OB THE GOVERNOR. Arrangements for bis Reception. A SPECIAL mooting of the"- Municipal Council wub held last night for the pur pose of Arranging fur a reception to His Excellency Lord Beaucliamp, 011 the oc casion of his visit to Tenterlield en routo from the ^Rivers. There wero pre sent :-Aldermon Roid (Mayor), Kelly, \ Toohoy, whereat, Walker, Juorgons, Ropei, and Soiiiinerlud. The Mayor explained that in conse quence of having received a letter from tho Mayor of Casino', ho had called llioin to gether. The Governor . would reach Tabulam on tho 21st instant, remaining there that night, and would be in Tenter licld the following day. The Casino people would drive the party to Tabulam, and Toiiterfield would have to arruhgo for their sta'go of tho journey. He had had .1 conversation with Mr. Leo. M.P., on tho subject, but ibat gentleman WHS ontirely in'lhu dark us to intended move ment.'). Such buing tho case he then communicated with tho Governors Secre tary, but 110 roply had...

Billy Broome Executed. HE PROTESTS HIS INNOCENCE. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

Billy Broome Executed. HE' PROTESTS HIS ? INNOCENCE. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIAM\. ?THE aboriginal Billy Bloom o tvns executed 'in/Brisbane gaol tliia .morning for .'the outrage and murder -of n, littio girl' at Stanton Harcourt. Before the bolt syas drawn lie protested bis .innocence, and named a person implicated in hia rectsnt Confession. Deiitli was instantaneous., .. .

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

The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter field nt 7*10 p.m. daily, Satrr^ys ex cepted, and for Brisbane a. li'SO o.m. daily, Sundays oxc^pted. The Goods Train leaves Tenterfleli fpr Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and, afcurday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar iyes- from Sydney ev'eryMonday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m.. The.faree between Sydney and Tenter^ tifild. and Tmteifield: and Briabane are as follow: Tbi/tbufibld to Sydnbt. .. lstXlasr, Single ... ... i>4 10 2nd 01a»«,Singlo 2 10-:0 .* ? Eeturi Tickets, availableior. . .. Two Months.: : - ? . 1st Clasri . sjB5!12 ,t0 2nd Clai s 8 10 1 0 :W^W ANGABia , OBflI8DJlKB< : lafc Clasif, Single JB1 197:.. . 2ndClaf9, Smg}o .... . "X:^6 '*.6 ; . lafc ClaBH,'Eetiwn r.*r'2:,19.:'5'. . .. 2nd ClaeSj EetumP v,;v l.l8 .2

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CtOSE rOR Wilsons' Downfall, find Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, »t 9 30 p.m. Sydrey, Glen lanes Ar»il<ln)e, Maitland, and Newcastle, 6*15 p.'in, (Saturdays excepted. , . Tabulam, Cafuno, Lisiuore/ and Richmond . ; River-^Dttily, except Sunday,. at 12 noon j leave at I2*30p.mf Timbarra, and. Steinbrooh-Tuoaday and Friday/at 9*80 p.mr . Leave Wodnes ddyafid Saturday at 0 a.m. ' V Drako,/ Sandy HiU^ arid' VEosaitertvillo Daily at 12 noon. Leave atI2'30p.nr. Bonshaw^-SIonday and. Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at5 a.m. ~ Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 » a.m. r Wallangarra and Qneonsiand daily at v 10*30 a.m. (Sunday oxcopted.)/ _ . HAILS AltUIVE 1MIOM Sydney, .Glen Innes, Aruiidale, West Alaitland, and JTewrnftle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 00 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday aud Suuday, :»t 5:30p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Efciily "(except Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Riihinmd Rive...

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

Notice. THE Public are requested not .to purchase papers from our Pimm's,'as they are not authorised to sell same, Copies, if required, can always be obtaiucd at this Ofhco, Price 30. . Peraonsalso receiving free Copied of the CouniEB from runners, arc requested to discontinue receiving v -- same from this date, au any person (:? found so offnndin ? will be proceeded .. ogaiuat. T-,y G/W.BENTLEY, .Proprietor. . Codriek Office, June 7, 1000. - .v

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

Solicitors,' XJEICr AT«. J. F- Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator ? &c" . Eouso-strcofc, -:, Tontorfloia. ; TVURING my- temporary ? nlwenco io South Afncarmy.o£FBirs will, boxcar*, ried on oud my buaincsB munoged !>y(- Mr. H. W. Weigalli Solicitor, Commissioner fo, Atfidavitb &c. . v-v. - Truat lrfoaoy to Load on Approved : . ; Soourity. . ~ ;.-.t - P. P. ABBOTT, , Solicitor^ - ; Glen Innes. CTTILL VISIT TENTERFIELI) and VV attend Court when required. Xiegal. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor,- Proetor, Conveyancer, &c., HAS commoncod Practice in; Tentci*, . field,- I'.exfc door, to Mr7 J./ Ffoldiog's Store?. Money to iTend-on approved Security. . Trespass Notice. IN consequence: of lossoa in sheep from sporting and other dogB persons are prohibited from entering the Tenterfiold Station paddocks. Trespassers after. thiB notico will l be proceeded ' against. An; permits -pre nously given 'are hereby can celled. .. i ?? i . W. H. WALKER. Tonterfielrt Station, 2nd Feb., ...

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

: ? T3xe 3&ej.-fje srt;..:: : . ? SYDNEY, MONDAY;?- J,| Thero was one owe of plaguo reported yesterday, tlio pntioufcibonfg.^Josijpli O'Jleagliur, residing at Paddingum: LUIIUD Simpson has died at tlio quarnn ?tmo station.; - ?, ? ? . MONDAY uiglit.. Another cnao of plague baa. been ro ported from Brinbano,.the. patient being,» young .-man named 'Jones, lesiding nt South BIIKVHUIO. ' ' Horace . Simpson-- residing at,'Surry U ills has developed plague. :: . ... :..i . Apothercaauof plague-bus/broken outj otlloclihairpton. ( ./ . . 'I

AFFAIRS IN CHINA. 5OO BOXERS KILLED. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

AFFAIRS IN CHINA bOO BOXERS: KjjiLEDr - . LONDON, 'Jutoe'8'.-" Indications nxiat that' a change of dypasty nb Pekin is inevitable. .1 It is stated lli'iit' Groat Britain* .and Francohavo agreed-upon a course of action'' in regard to present position of affairs in China- . - ".; Amorica is hastening ruinforcomenta £o^ proteot hor. interest; EuroppansrogidingatTientsirtareiirgan ising militia for thedefensoof thp cjty; Three hundred additional marines and, sailurs have arrived, and it iav.bolitved tliuir arrival ensures the safety of Tientsin, The damage done to- railways by " Boxers " is estimated at £1,000,000. Japan is mobilising, her fleets. Her attitude is described as threatening. The British Oonoul in China^|i^jEt,ul«^ ?graphed for-75 additioniil^^nannMT#r^W the men-of-war now in-Chinese;waters:?; - Now that the railway lino h'iif;1«Sen partially destroyed,- the marines iuo com-, polled to march w-ith their ?gutis (:o'Pe|clii);' " It ia reported that 900 British tibojis have be...

Mr. G. H. Reid attacks the Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

H. Reid attacks the Government. SPEAKINO nt Stratlifiold on Wednesday nigl\t in the: interests of Mr. Sydney Smith's cjmdtdiituro for "tlio Canterbury electorate. : =' .V',-, . Mr. Reid, who was woll received, tyndbo "did not think iit.vrns.fc bad. thing that. Mr Smith had bieiT thrown but to jjrass for soma time, atid he pavo him credit for the. directness and brevity of his spooch. He hoped that the election would be contested in a thoroughly, friendly, way, n'ld that it would not be disfigured by personalities on either side, .... Ho .considered that his side of the House had treated tho Govern ment fairly when Mr. Copeljuid resigned, his seat for the Phillip Division"; they had not put forward any candidate to slip in between the Labor and. the Government .candidate. Thoyhad treated the Govern ment a little more handsomely than they wero being treated now. The Canterbury electorate hid always bceh;>ssiiciated with tho liberal party of New SoatK Wales, and in coming there to '...

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

THE PLAGUE. . I Up to Sunday afternoon no .eases of plague had been reported in Sydney since tho Wednesday provious. ; ^'J'here is every prospect that the disease, will shortly;be eradicated. .There .were only throe cases altogether. last week. Tho week previous there wero 17, and the w.aek preceding that there were 8, :

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

CANTERBURY ELECTION. j SYDNEY SMITH1... .... 527 'TAYLOIt r- ...- ... 522 In tho Uralla-Walolia eleofion. -v Pid dington is 176'fthead.-'.-.,Hisr.eloDtiou>. is ccrtiun. ". SYDNEY, 1yioNi?AV. - Mr.iTsJ,lor b&panwijiicad.hiWflUsnfcjoli of olaiming n recount; of thejballbt papers in conncotioil with tho Conterbilry olaction. . Tho; returns'- so far for the Ursllii-: Walcha scab givo Piddington 451 and Lonsdalo 217 votes. : . LATER. Piddmyton defeated Lonsdnlb by over 150 \ utea.

FOOTBALL. Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

FOOTBALL. Association Meeting. A MEETING of l lio ubovo /Association was held in tho School ot Arts on. Thursday evening last, whon tlto following series of mulches wore drawn :up' for 'tho -present season :- . June 23rd,< Tontoifiold v. Drake, at Drake, off match;;, Juno. SOth, Eastern ers v. Westerners, competition' match; July7tli, Wosternors v. Dmke, computi tion match, ufe Tenterfield ; July lltli, Knstcrnora v. Westerners, oil' niatch j July 21 >it, Easterners v. Drako, at Dinko, cumpo'titioil match; July 28th, Eiisternora v. Westerners, conipbtition match! Aug ust 4th; Westerners v. Drake; at. DvuUe, criifipotitioiii match ; .August llth, Must oim'ia v. Westerners. off niatcli; August A8tli, li.iBtornera v Drake, ntTcnturlield, competition match ; August 25lh, Tenter; fleld r, Drake, at Touttifiold, uU untoh} September 1st, L'listeiners v, Wosternqrs,. oft1 match. Tlui folli wiiiu conditions will 1m observed :- A win to count 4 points ; a draw 2 points, nnd.n fo...

SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

SUPERIOR PUBLIC" SCHOOL PAIR. THE girls of the Superior Public School are to bo'hyhly complimented on- the way they carried. put: th.eir Fair, which took plwoo l»Bt Saturday Afternoon jtaSi evening. 'rbe{ttiibbioni^Ui<«V^oi^6iaaijiJiii(fa(ely' by ;tlio girls themselves; was loathe pur pose of. raising money for tliep'lirbhase of tutinia racquets otcv for their now court, and tlicy must li'avo. boon pleased with the knowledge that thwV efforts; re sulted; in it cash total Of £8 10s. The rnapiier.it) which thostalls:were decorated, 'in fjiiy colors, of rod,: white, and b)ub,; showed lhatthe gir|».-had gone' u> no end of trouble. Following were the stalls ; Fancy .Stall i-rMiss'es 'Dor6tliy Drum-; mond, Ruby HoBkin,-Evii -Woods; Jessie Weir, Polly Wh.orci>t;and-Rebecca Dru'ry: Lolly "StallT$iMes .Jessio Collins, Alice Keuip,:;:'S\Krq teis and ; Olive Mathieson.:- "" Aftornoon Tea':-Missos Muriel Hedley, A lieu Brown, Eva Imbergor, . Evelyn Mathieson, Nellie Cooper, and...

LOSS OF CATTLE. Disaster to Upper Hunter Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

LOSS OF CATTLE Disaster to Upper . Hunter Enter prise. Tho Steamer Annerloy, which arrived at Melbourne from Newcastle on Sunday bound fortlie Cape,, reports: having ex perienced terrific weather in tho early part of hor trip. Slio left Newcastle on tlio 25tli May, will) 283 bulloukR on board as primo ns anything t,ho Hunter River can supply. Oil tlio 26th the weather freshened, till at night tlio wind was roar int» and gn at waves dashed on to tho deck of the steamer, whilst the spray dashed completely over the funnel. Tons of water wero momentarily hurled on tho un fortunate cattle, who bellowed and tore madly at thoir fastenings and lashings. Eventually most of them got loose, only to be hurled to the deck, dead or fright fully injured. At daybreak on tho 27th i tho hurricane was as fierce aB over, and tho steamer still drovo her nose into tho waves which threatened to engul! her. Deid and maimed bullocks lay about in - heaps, but'nothing could, be done. Barely a dozen of tho ori...

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

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [ Tkb usuaUmonthly meeting of the. Com mitt'ed ofitbe ab iVetwiia hum on Saturday last, when there were present:-Messrs. W.KoidMair). ^Whereat, J. Comn.; Dr. Ormistnn1, T. .M". ^Y'lilkur, P. Wilkie, J. Donii"liuo, F ICneipp, E. Kuskey, J. H. Smumert.id, T. Cowin, W. H. Aubrey. W.JSnucWch, C. W. Roadett, W. Scott, find" the" Socr'etary. . The'minute? ofjthp previous mooting wore rend and adopted. . .'?CoURESPONhP.NCE/ -The outward correspondence comprised a letter of condolence to Mra. W. H. Walker a"nd?fy',lhb Under-Secretary for Agriculture ;i*o. claim for subsidy ; and others of minor' importance. (1) From UndiT-Su'cretary of Agricul ture acknowledging receipt of claim fir subsidy, Ac. (2) Also from the name source, re prize winners in cattlo sections being removed froiu tho Show Ground after tho first day, and stating that they were strongly of the opinion that prize winning animal* should remain- oiitli© Show ground at any rato until the second day of tho S...

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

! Commercial. GoiiisnoRoimu.MoRT & Co. LTD .. report. WOOL Hki'oiit;-Another. very qiiH't week has been experienced -.in .tho. local wool trade. . Ccrtainlyvwe;havo hnd some littlo private enquiry,'bub .-offers made were nuch thai wo <lid hot feel justified in* accepting; From London ;com'es Word that tho limit for the July series has already.' been reached, therefore wool arriving in London after this week would have to he hold, over until the'^September sories. Regarding the sales just concluded, our London Office cables us as follows Tho sales closed firm and prices for all merinos and for tineut orossbreds show a decline of-10percent, ascomparod with last series Coarse crossbreds liavo declined from 5 to 7£porcont. Out of 288,000 buloa available in London for tho aeries, 69,000 havo boen taken by tho Home trade, 60,000 havo been bought for tho Continent, 100,000 havo been withdrawn and unoffered, and 3000 bales have been *oughb'for America. Tho attendance of b...

Border Union Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

" Border tfaaon Matches. ' In tlio Border Union series, Deepwator played the Boomerangs at Glen Innes on .Saturday, the foiraer winning by 15 to 6 points.;. : , On the same flay n match was played at Emmavillo betircon that club and tho Glen Innes Wallaroos. Emmavillo won by 24 points to nil. Tent Hill beat Stonehonge at tho latter place by 18 to nib

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

LOCAL NEWS.: SALE"OF PitopERrr.-Mr. I. Whereat, reports having disposed of Mr. B. Grifiina fiinuprivHtcly. to Mr. Jolm Waugli, for the sum of £80.__ i ! a. RETURN OP THE DELEGATES.-Mr. Barton loaves London on 22nd June. Mr. 'Deitkin loft for Melbourne' on. Thursday. Tho '.Premier states that on opportunity tvill.be given Parliament to discuss the amendments by the Imperial Parliament in the CoramonweultK Bill. ; ,TUE: MILITARY OAMP.-Tbe Tenterfield Half Squadron to the numbor of bet.ween 30"and.40,. tooktlieir.depurture yeBterday by. special-: Iram./oF Glen Innes. - The ^company, in command ?....of .Lieutenant Everett; inarched from the towu . to the railway station;'. Tho'camp will extend . over the 17th instant.-. " ?: POLICE ^OUIIT.-At - this ; Court last week the maintenance case Leamon v. Leainon, was lurther postponed v for a week on the Application: of-complainant.. Tlio adjournua caso 1'. Cowley, Inspector of Stock against John Smith, for intro ducing cuttle across the borde...

TELEGRAMS. A Violent Burglar. SAYS HE IS THE GATTON MURDERER. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 June 1900

TELEGRAMS. A Violent Burglar. SAYS HE IS THE GATTON MUR-     DERER.                 SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT.       Early on Sunday morning a burglar was caught at Trentham, Victoria, after a   violent struggle, in the course of which he several times asserted he was the Gatton murderer. He also said he had shot a   policeman in Queensland, and would shoot more.

The Governor and Clerical Bodies. MISUNDERSTANDING CLEARED UP. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

The Covern or and Clerical Bodies. MISUNDERSTANDING CLEARED . SYDNEY, TUUBSD.VY NIGHT. THE misunderstanding between the Go- . vernor and the Wealoyans, and Prcsby terians ac Maclean lias been cleared upi' . Tho highest authorities o£ both Churches ' have communicated with; tho local bodies in the Maolean and Clarence districts : assuring the moat coidial relations: with. His Excollency. -' ' : ,

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