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TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary. VOTE OF CENSURE. VIGOROUS SPEECH BY MR. REID. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary. VOTE OF CENSURE. ;. VIGOROUS SPEECH BY MR. REiD..' SYDNEY, THURSDAY. . ' In the Assembly Inst . night*;-..MT.T;ReM: . resumed tho dobato on the Address in Roply. He scathingly attacked tho Go-.; vemmerit all round. Ho referred chiefly to tho appointment of Mr. Yarwood as a moinber of tho Financo Committoe; to the recent prosecution of polico constables for alleged perjury ; to the promotion: of . the Minister for Justice to the rapksof Captain over tho heads' of twenty : four of his'aenior officers, also to the lax man ner in which tho '.quarantine, regulations had been onforced on the flrst outbreak of plaguo. -Ho finally moved an amendment to the Address to tho effoct that Mr.' Yarwood's appointment was », grave blunder; the prosecution of tho police for perjury wis censurable, and the , ro cent appointments to the Volunteer Forces, which seemed to subordinate olHciency, .merit, and patriotic services'to ; other considerations, called, forthe stronge...
AFFAIRS IN CHINA. FORCES ENTRAINING FOR PEKIN 95 CONVERTS MASSACRED. MANY BURNT ALIVE. APPEAL TO EUROPEAN POWERS. LONDON, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
AFFAIRS IN CHINA. FORCES ENTRAINING FORPEKIN " 95 CONVERTS MASSACRED. MANY BURNT ALIVE. APPEAL TO EUROPEAN POWERS. LONDON, JOKE 11. 31 Foreign warships are at the mouth of the Petho River. The Admirals - pro pose to seize a strip of the coast as' n re fuge for foreigners. A British navul force of (550 men, with 100 Americans, 40 Italians, and 25 - Aus trian entrained at Tientsin on Sunday. A furchor batch of GQO British, Japanese, Russian, and Fronch marinos were ex pected to reach Pekin last night. An Imperial edict has denounced the ChineseGeneral for killing the Boxers, and has .ordered him to withdraw his troops. .. A third train containing BOO German, British, and French marines has started fer Pekin. The American Missionary College at Tungchan has been abandoned, j2 chapols were burnt, and 05 converts massacred, many of whom were burnt alivo. The Chinese Council is supplying arms to the "Boxers." . : LONDON, JUNE- 12. ' 8000 Russian troops at Porth Arthur are ready to embark f...
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, . SYDNEY, THUESDAY NIOHT. . Wheat, 2s 9d Flour, L6 5s to L6 10a Chickwheat, 2a 3d to 2s 5d Chaff, L210s to L3 10s « ' Potatoes L2 to L2 15s Maizo, 2s 5d to 2s 6d Oats, 2s 2d to 2s 4d Lucerne, L2 10s to L3 Butter, creamery, IOd ; faotory. 0d. to 9J; dairy, 8d to 8M.
MEETING OF FOOTBALL CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
MEETING. OP FOOTBALL CLUBS, A MEETING of football clubi waa held in the.Schoolof Arts on Wednesday evening, Mr. Weigall ill the otmir. It was decided that the Selection Committee consist of j three members, and on a tmllot being afterwards token, Messrs Fritchard (14), Dickson (10) and Ryan (9 votes), were j elected for outside matchos. The selection of a team to visit Drake was left in the hands of tho nmvly appointed committee, i Messrs W. Scott, D. Pike, W. Dickson, ! Woigoll, Stowtirt, Cohen and Keif wore appointed a committee to make arrange ments to entertain tho Warwick foot Imllera during their visit to TenterBold. The Selection Committee wcro deputed to see the playotR, and ascertain how tlioy intended to proceed to Wullangarra to the match to be played at that place, and if buses were required to arrange for sauio. It was resolved that in future the Captain f&lt;;r all matches bo seleoted on tho tield. The Secretary was instructed to engage tho Great Northern Ball ...
THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE 15. The Governor's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
THE: TENTERFiEl p Jnterrgiffntal- tfoiuur . AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE lo. . The Governoi's Speech. Thr Governor's speech, delivered nt the opening of Parliament on Tuesday, a summary of which was issued by " extra ordinary " from this oiSce on that day, outlines the Cabinet's proposal for the ' coming session! The'first subjects to be . taken in band will bo the ratification or otherwise"pf tho Government's action in connection * with the dispatch of tho various contingents to South Africa, and also »f their actiotf in regard to tho plaguo iknd tho resumption of water frontagoB. The prevailing spirit of loyally and pat riotism will steer theni safely through tho former, but in circles which should bo well . informed, it in regarded as doubtful whether they will 'survive the onslaught of the leader of tho Opposition, who lias, as was generally anticipated, mot'ed n : vote of. centsure. Should the Ministry successfully weather the storm, Parlia ment: wi...
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. Arrangements Completed. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. Arrangements Completed. His Excellency tho Govorn'or, accompan ied by his A.D.C. arrivod at Glen lanes yesterday morning, on routo for Grafton. He was wet nt the station by a large num ber of lending citizons, and escorted by the Mounted Rifles to town, where ho was formally welcomed and then pro ceeded on his trip. ' Tho Mayor informs us that arrange ments havo been completed with the Governor's Privato Secretary by Mr. 0. A. Loo, M.P., in Sydney, for the rc ceptiou at Tentorfield. Ho wiil be driven from Tabulam by Mr. W. F. Everett, arriving as neiirly as possible at 3 o'clock in tho aftornoon at Tentorfield. As pre viously, stated ho will bo met about 2 miles out on tho Grafton zoad, and ac companied to 'tho Commercial Hotol, where tho address will be presented, and refreshments partaken in honor of the occasion. Tho special train . conveying His Excellency to Sydney will loavo Ten torfield at 5 p.m. and he will'bo accom panied to tho railway station by u nu...
N. S. WALES FINANCES. Interim Report of Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
N. S. WALES FINANCES. Interim Eeport of CommiBBion. AN interim report of tho commission ap pointed by tho Government to doal' with tho dispute between Sir William Lyno and Mr. G, H. Reid as to tho accuracy of the public Accounts was laid oi) the table of tho Assembly on Tuesday afternoon. Tholsnmmissioti (which consisted of Mr, T. A. Dibbs, general manager of tho Com mercial Bank, Mr.' J, tluesoll French, roneral manager of the Bank of ^N. S. Walos, and Mr. F. W. Yarivood, account ant) report tlmt the appearauco of a sur plus at the end ofjtho first year-30th June, 1896^-was produced to somo ex tent by changing the date of the January December financial year to July-June, whereby tho inclusion of n considerable amount of annual/expenditure proper to the accounts of &lt; 1895-0 was avoidod. W'liilo the full year's revenuo collected was put to the credit of J896-0, the ex penditure charged againBt the period was relieved to such an oxtent as to produce | tho alleged surplus of...
ELECTION OF SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
ELECTION OF SPEAKER. . The Assembly met »t noon on Wednes day to electa Spoakor in place of Sir Joseph. Ablott.. j j; Mr. Henry piar^e, (the oldest' member (if the House) proposed Mr. M'Oourt for tho Speakership, amid cheers from all seotiohs ? of : the House. He "said Mr. M'Court had been Chairman of Commit tees for sevoral years, while during tho illness of Siu Joseph Abbott ho occupied tho pusition of Deputy Speaker with dignity nnd credit. Mem bora might therefore rest assured lie would act im partially. . Mr. M'Lean seconded the motion. . : There being no other nomination, Mr. M'Court was elected unanimously. The Speaker-oleet thanked tho mbm hers, nnd Brtid that he. lmd not canvassed for or Bought the position in any way whatever. The qualifications ho possessed were bcttei known to mombers than to himself. While acting us Speaker ho should not wit h strict impartial firmnosa nnd decision. Sir William Ijyno, Mr. Reid, nnd Mr. M'Gowen briefly extended their congratu lations, nn...
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
Post* Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR Wilsons' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, utO'SO p.m. Sydroy, Glon Innes AnuicUle, Maitland, ,. .. and Newmstlo, G'15 p. m. (Saturdays . , excepted. _ ' , Tabulam, Cnaino, Lismore, and Bic.bmond JRivbr-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12'30p.m, Timbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday and Friday, at 9'30 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday nt fi a.m . Drake/ ..Sandy Hill, and RosBiterville . Daily at 12 noon. Leiivo at 12'30p.m. Bonshaw-Mo'rfday nndFriday, at 9'30 . - p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday: . atS a.m. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a.m. . ? -Wallangarra and Qaeousjnnd daily at ,'IO'SO a.m: (Sunday exported.) ; MAItS , JUIBIVB FliOM Sydnoy, Glen Innes, A rraidalo, West ; ? Slaitland, and Nowcnstlc-Daily (ex ; copt Sundays) at 11 30 a.m. ' Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall ; ' .Thursday and Sunday. nt 5°30p m. ?" Drako, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except . Saturdays) i»t 5-45 p.m. . Tabulani," Casino, and liii-h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tlio most offoctivo preparation for ridding tho mouth of tto aroma of tobaooo, and loavlns a pleasant toato. *** ^ W.. and m. 7*. 6d. 6o&lt;lb« i a&lt; (?Am&lt;itiand fitora. F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. * 75 ffoM tt Silver McdaLt and Diploma*. 9 . Solicitors.. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator . &c., Houso-strcot, TontorflolS. DURING. my temporary absence i» y South Africa my sffwre will be car* ricd on and my buoincsB munbged by Mr. H. VV. Weignl), Solictor, (Jonimifisioiicr fu Affidavits &o. Trust Monoy to Lend on Approved i . .^Soourlty.'N . P. P. ABBOTT, .Solicitor, - &lt; Glen Innes. tTTIU^ VISIT?'TENTERFIEL1) and .T-Vij atioud Court when rcqujred. XiGgal. . C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Gonveyancer, &c., HAS commenced 1'rocl ico in Tcntcl ? . '' ficldi r.ext door.to Mr. J. Finding's Storfj.' ( . - Money to Lond on approved ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
Railway Time Table. ?The mail;trainfor Sydney leaves Tenter fleld/ at . 7-10 p.m. " daily, Satrr^ya ex empted, and for Brisbane a. lr.80 a.tn. daily, Sundays excepted. ' .. The Goods Train leaves TcnterfleH for Sydney every Tnosday, -Thursday, arid atnrday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar ises from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45 p.m. .The fares between Sydney arid Tenter fiold, and - Tc nteifield and Brisbane are as follows ;' Tbiitkebibld to Sidhbt. 1st (lasr, Single ... ... SA 10 " 2nd Ulam, Single ... ... 2 10 0 /.'Be turn Tickets, available for Two Months. 1st Clas'i ... ... £5 12 6 . . 2nd Clai9 ... . ... 3 10- 0 "Waltanqahiia o Bbibojnb. ? ;1st Clasi, Single ... ;.. £1 19 7 2nd Cluis, Single ... ..... 1 6 5 . . , lBt Closn, Eotnrn.... ... 2,19 5, i 2nd Class, Koturn: 1 18 2
HORSES FOR THE MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900
HORSES FOR TH3 KJLIMfil. OUT of tlio 1,000,000 horsca in Australia, Mr. W. E. Abbott, of Wingen, declares that it has only boon possible lor tho Im perial Wiir Cilice authorities during tlio recent purchases ID obtain 5000 or 0000 animals suitable fur military purposes, because of tlio fact that no attention 1ms been paid to tlio breeding of tho right stamp of animals. This, too, despite the.' fact that prices were paid of two and three times tlioir value. Ho claims that horses should be as cheaply bred "as bullocks, which on the large Queensland runs, ore considered payable at £3 per head. The main cause of our fiiluro in this respect ho alleges, is due to tho mixture of tho thoroughbreds. " All our saddle hores," lie says, '. aro crossbreds, with a very considerable strain of tho racing thoroughbred, and are really mongrols of tho worst kind. The racing thorough bred may be, andno doubt is, an excel lent aninmi to carry a light weight over a very short distance in tlio. shortest p...