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The Latest. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

Tlxe litest. .SVIINBY, Thursday. A man named Lonergan arid his daugh ter contracted pliiguo ycHtorduy. A case of a cook in n restaurant at Purth is also reported. ' SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. . There are no fresh casoa of plague re ported .to dny. The condition of the plague patients is most satisfactory. The -majority of the inmates in the Hospital continue to make good progress. . A PUBLIC meeting lmu been. called by." the Mayor of Glun JancH for the purpose pf foiming a Mounted Infantry-Corjis in OleuJnoie

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. THE plague record in. Sytjney up to Sun day Inst was 265 cases, 90 deaths, and 1377 contacts; Tho"number of patients in "the hospital is 87. The total casus in Rock- i hampton to the same date was 23 oases and twelve deaths. Two furthor deaths from plague have occurred in JRockhampfcon. The total to dato is 23 cases and twelve deaths. A man named John Sullivan died from plague at Adelaido on Tuesday. j Altogether 14ffV<f4tfoa' Wavo,-beou dis charged as cured, and ;tnoio aro still 71 in tho Quarantine HoBpibil. ' A fresh case was reported yostorday, John" \villiam Ash, aged 15, residing at Waterloo. 15 were released from Quaran tine. Brisbane, June 12. Mr. A. McGregor, an insurance inspec tor, residing in George-stroot, Kangaroo Point, died of plague early this morninpr. The young mair Jones; who contracted plague on Monday, dlqd this afternoon. Rockhampton, June 12. Ellon Boylo,-a'damostio servant, who contracted plag io yeatorday, died to-d...

NEW COUNCIL APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

- NKSV COUNCIL APPOINTMENT. Mr. F. B. Suttor.lM.L.A., forBathurat j has resigned hia scat fur that constituency in the Assembly, and lms accepted the Vice-Proaidency of the Executive Council, j as representative of the Government in the Upper Houso, in the place of Mr. Mncksy, who resigned to go to Smith Africa. Mr.. Suttor was sworn in on Tuesday morning. | Tho writ has been issued for tho Buthurut election. Nomination day is tjxed fortho 10th June and polling day for tho 25th June. Mr. A. G. Thompson, President of tho Bathurst Progress As sociation, is announced as a candidate for' the vacancy, and will receive the support I of the Government.

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. PARLIAMENT WHS opened at noun to day with tho UKU.I1 coromony. The Governor's apcoch refots at sumo length to the dospatch of troops to South Africa ; thb measures adopted to deal with tlio outbreak of - tho Plague ; and tho resumption of tho Darling . Harbour wharfs, which action . Parliament will shortly bo asked to con6rm. Tho speech states that immodiato provision will bo made for tho election of members to tho Commonwealth Parliament. Moosuros promised include a bill for tho establish ment of a Constitution Court, with compulsory powers for conducting and determining arbitrations about industrial matters. Also Bills for the establishment of n Harbor Trusi, Amondmorit of the Early Closing Act, Amendment and consolidation of the ex isting Mining Laws, and to provide for a better system of inspection of minos; a bill dealing with the honrs and conditions of-labor; amendment of tho Municipali ties Act in tho direction o...

LIEUTENANT C. A. LEE RECOVERING. Invalided to England. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

LIEUTENANT-0. A. LEE RE COVERING. Invalided to England; MR. 0. A. Lbb M.P., rcceiycd a letter tliis week from Mnjpr Lee, South Africa, which gave an account of tho attack of enteric fover" Lieutenant Lee had con tracted in that country. Tho letter went on to say that tliuLieutenont had been dangerously ill,,. pfc on*. time the "Doctors feared thrifc'ltt Would hot recover, but fortunately he had takon o favorable turn, and lit the date'of writing was thon getting on vory well. This good news was confirmed by a cablegram received on Tuesday, from Lieutenant Lec, which read , as follows Sailing England Transport Maine," and giving his London address, care of \V. A. McArthur Limited, 38 and 19 Silk-street; Cripplegate, Lon don B.C. It will thus bo seen that he has beon invalided homo, and any of his old friends in this part of tho world wish ing to communicate with him, may do so at the above address. Wo are.suro lhat his numerous friends horo will bo glad to learn that he is on tho way...

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

SYDNEY", - TaUUBDAY NiaHT. r Tin oro la quoted at 22a. r .>_ ' , Bishop Tjinig/iD, ofGoulburn,died liist night. \ Furthor evidonco .was taken.;, to-day in - tho. Nowcnstlo ..alleged-- seduction case,. ? which is still unGnished. ; - .. .LONDON;. WEDNESDAY. A lato cablo atntea Hint Runjit8inghi in two succeesivu innings scored 222, and 215 .runs not out. . i"

LEEOH'S GULLY UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

LEEOH'S GULLY UNION MEET ING. ' THE monthly meeting of tho Leech's Gully Union took .place on Wednesday ovoning of last week, Mr. YY. Goodrich presiding. Tho minutes of. llie previous meeting having been disposed of, a com munication viab rend from Mr. J. 'leiford tendering his resignation of the position of Secretary. On the motion of Messrs. Leech and J. Geyer this was accepted. Mr. J. Mansfield was then appointed to the vacancy on the-motion of Messrs D. Weir, and Telford..; It was resolved to hold a meeting of .shareholders in .the thatoh-making machine at Mr. W. I eeoh's on the following Wednesday night. A motion was carried requesting tno post master to forward all correspondence ad dressed to lha Union to tho Secretary (J. Mansfield) Post O/fice, leech's Gully. It was resolved to send a reminder to tho Secretary of tho ploughing matches com mittee concerning a refund of 5s to this Union. Tho next executive meeting was fixed for Mr. D. Weir's residence, on the 20th instant ; a...

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY .NIGHT. MESSHS. Pitt Son, and Budgery report as follows: 1876 cattle wero yarded, the market be ing 6d highor. Best lieef worth 23s per 100 lbs. Bullocks, L4 10s to L13 2a (3d; 'cows, L3 15s to L>7 4s. About 22,000 sheep were penned, values being Is per heud dearer. Wethers 9s to 22s 6d ; owes, 9s to 13s Cd. In local lines Messrs Harrison." Jonee and Devlin report that Moxom's,' liulloaks averaged L3 8s.

DRAKE MINING. June 13th, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

"DEAEB MINING. (FrOM-OUB OWN CORRESl'ONDENT.) Juno 13th, 1900. JAMES Heai>IIICK, of Fnizor's Gully. Tooloom, ropnrls having had a parcol of 10 tons of stono from his claim crualicd at Payne's B'lttery f ir a yield of 27»>z lodwt of retorted gold. Tlio mine, ho states, is ntill looking well, and ho expects to Imvo another parcel of good ore to crush shoitly. Messrs. Payne nud Son aro sIbo on good gold nt JOB'S Guljy, near whero they obtained a rich patch of gold some timo ago. McCoy and party in tho same locality have discovered n rich gold bearing leader in Celestial Gully, about liilf a mila from Payne's Hotel. At Drake, mining matters are quiet, no oensational discoveries have been made for somo timo past. Mr. Hall is pushing along with tho erection of his Reduction works at Sawpit-Gully, and the Pionoer Co aro doing a good deal of explnratory work at Mount Corrington, Parker and Ilasmussen of the Ixino Hand are fur warding a parcel of 5 or .0 tons of what' is considered ric...

TRANSVAAL WAR BRITISH PRISONERS AT PRETORIA RELEASED. TWO BOER COMMANANTS KILLED. BOERS EVACUATED LAING'S NEK. TOTAL BRITISH CASUALTIES. 700 BRITISHERS CAPTURED. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

BRITISH PRISONERS AT PRE TORIA RELEASED. ? T\V_0 BOER, COMMANDANTS KILLED. ?BOERS EVACUATED LAlNQ'S NEK. .TOTAL. BRITISH CASUALTIES. 700 BRITISHERS CAPTURED. . LONDON, Juno ll1. -"{General Bullor reports tint' after Fri day's engagement 2000 uf the Icing's iNek Bobre abandoned their carofully pre pared, position'. Tliif British fought ;bravely, and how hold tliu position com "mniiding the junction of rlie Gans and .. Vloi ana Klip Rivers. ; General Hunter hos arrived at Ventres dnrp. A Boers'report states t hat .1300 men under Commandant De Wet is marching on to Jolmnnnsberg. fiOO'Boera have Burrendored to Genorat Rundle in tho Orange Rivor Colony, while 4000 hayo retired to Bethlehem. , A political crisis is immineht in Cape. Colony. A majority of iho Bondites in the Capo Assembly resist the annexation iindcompensation to tho Loyalists. -Mr. -SchreinerhasKummoned.the Bondites to ' discuss whother.'thoy will support him in his duty to-'the- Crown* '^..The. British havb -turnod' tho ...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

Brief Mention. - PARLIAMENT opened on Tuesday. : AYAJ.KER memorial meeting to-night. 1 THE Governor arrived at Glen Innes. yo«terdny on route for Grafton NICE showers of rnin during tlio weok.. VOTE of consuro moved by Mr. G; H.v. .Roid. . Agricultural Society nominations .close: to-morrow. . _ THE Americans have captured Delpilar, a most darinsi Filipino Goneral. MR. J. B. Suttor appointed Vica prosidont of the LogisUtivoCouncil.: ? MEAT is a higher price in Sydney just now thiin it has been for yeaip... DR. MARKS of Hubuton. IB at present on'a visit to thodiatrict n,nd is located at the Criterion Hoto). ?' Mr W-. J. Gibson will conduct an auc tion aula of poultry to-morrow 'afternoon at 2 o'clock. LEASE, re uly for delivery-M L F.. D, Power, 20U 3r 32p, Counties Gough aud Clive, parishes Wellington Vale and An nandttle. » ".h ? 'TBEBBwilt.be.mi service in: the .Angli can Church noxt Sunday in consequonoo nftbo (absonc# of - the Kev. LI. G. Smith Vat" the Synod meetingB. now. tukin...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

To Let. JJOUSE TO LET ip Bouse-stroot. Ap P'Iy . Mbb. COLD1TZ, High»Btreot, ^ Public Notice. IN response to numerous rtquests. I have much pleasure iii CONVENING a .'PUBLIC-MEETING to bo bold in- tbo Sobool of Arts Hall, t-n FRIDAY EVEN ING, 15th June/ut 8 o'clock, for the put pose of arranging for n suitable memorial to the memory of J he lato'Mr. VV. H. Walkor. ' \V. REIf), Mayor of.Tenterfield. Dentistry DR. AMESBURY. , MAY bo consulted nt his Surgors Kouso Btieet, TdJterfleld, on cute mentioned below. Artificial Teeth inude, fitted, and ? rn puired on the Promiaea (speciality). , , fftinloss Extraction oto., 8fl Sd. ' Plague is purely a Glth disease* To surely avoid it wash dully in water containing iKji'iiuii'y of Snlyptol andep-ny jour dwel ling inuniH wit ft Fauldings tinc»l' plus Oil. Wanted. 100,000 Marsupial .Skin;. Till IS t*n ?or*u£ufcd is prepared to BUY j FOR CASH, the above qui ntity'at EXTREME KATES. . j - 1 WAly: H.. EVENIS, \\ Sonp Works Dopattment'of public Works,...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

LOCAL NEWS. ANNUAL LEASE.-Tho tollowing^arinual leaso lias boon applied for:-H. Donnelly, son., C40 acies, parishes Barney Downs. nindTimbarra, County Clivo. FREE SELECTIONS.-The following selec tion was takon up at tho Lands Office yesterday:-William Georgo Smith, [40 acres uor and 120 acres c L, - parish BluQland, County CJivo. LAND BOARO. -A single day's sitting of the locxl Land Board will be held, at the. Court House oh the 19th instant. . There are 31 applications set down for decision, exclusive uf applications for a water right and exchange of land lit Mingncla. ON ESCORT DUTY.---Constable Watts proceeded to Gien Innes on Tuesday last, he being one of tho mounted police selec ted. to act as escort to His Excelloncy 'the Governor on a section of the road between Glen Ihnes and Dalmorton. AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE.- The June number of this publication, now to. hand, is well worthy of perusal liy all classos of the community. Within it#covers a fund of information of a UBofiil natur...

Tenterfield v. Wallangarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 June 1900

Tenterfleld v. Wallangarra. THIS match will take placo at Wallangarra to-morrow afternoon, the undermentioned players to assemble at the Post otiice not inter than 1 |>.m. tlmt afternoon Messrs Pritchurd, W. Dickson, Pike, -Ryan, Hopwqpd, Weigall, .N. Loo, M. Reid, Eonz, Druimnund. M'Leod, Telfor, Ryan, Kuskey, Young. Emorgoncies:-F. Hop wOod, .D. Coonan, Bright, Baldey, Marshall, Hoskins and Mansfield.

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

; SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT.' Tin oro is quoted at 22a. .; . The dead" body of Stnff-Golor Sorgonnt - Keeloy was found in n railway cutting be* .tween Eskbank and tithgow yestorday. v Willi roferenco to the allowed unpaid - cust()inS'dutio!> by tho Victorian-Suburban bretvery, the Secretary of Customs has recommended the. Commissioner to'accopb., LtoO arrears of duty and tho fino, making , in all U000. ^ , I'ivo Manilla men were sentenced to-? (leath.at Perth tin Saturday for tho murder"' of. the Captain of the sclioonor Ethel noar . . Broome in Ootobor last. < " , 'What appears to bo a during but un successful attempt was made on Saturday night to rob the Bank of Australasia at Bathurst. The police aro. investigating ? the matter. \ - LONDON, Sun»ay> Two trams-collided at Slnurh sta'ion 'nearWindsor, 4 persons being killed and: v 70 wounded: ' * .

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAVINIQHT. MESsns. 'Pitt Son.and Badgory.report aa follows:- , w ? x .. About 1300 cattle wero yarded*',values being 20a per bead lower. / Beat bullocks brought to £9 6s, good to £5 10a coirs, ? : £.110s to L6 10s. Best beef - worth 22s . (id per lOOlbs. ????.. | About 6690,'plieep were penned, the market being firm; Wethers, from 12s to 18a ;: fivyeB, lis to 13s. Harrison, Jones, and ? Devlin reports. J, M'Koo's bullocks avoragod LG 8s 10d'

Rise in Butter. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Rise in Butter. ' . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT - Tho wholesale price of crcamery butior to-day advnriccd to Is per It).- Other grades advanced proportionally. -

New Guinea Murders. A CANNIBALISTIC FEAST. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

New* Guinea Murders. A CANNIBALISTIC FEAST. . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT., THE steamer Moresby from Now Guinea brings intelligence that a party of natives -were attacked by the' Kabnnga natives, and eighteen were killed. The murderers .than held :i cannibalistic feast, disposing of the surplus bodies to neighboring tribes. The Government official with a -force of native police visited the scone, and found logs and heads strewn about, bub ? tlio murderers had fled.

Slander Action. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Slander Action."' . SYDNEY. MONDAY NIOIIT. MR. W. Riooj M.P., has commonccdnn action against William Henry Clarke, era-, ployed in the Publiu Service for alleged slander, damages boing laid nt L2000.

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