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Commercial. Mr. W. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Commercial. ' Mr. W. x'oibson's WoeWy Heport. PROEUCE SALES. -'-r Mttiiie, 2a 0(3 to2s 9d . .*' I . "?Oats, 28 3d to 2s 6d . . t Chaff, 3s per cwt / -: Potatoes, 2a Od to 3s per cwt Pumpkins, 25a to 30a per ton Cattle-Strong demand. Prices slighvly improved. Sold a good lot of fat cows at satisfactory price. feheep.-Have numerous inquiries for pmu 1 lot of store sheep. Eats also corn* mrind attention.-' ' ' Properties-Gracing Estates . of fair dimensions. SSell readily at fair -prices. I ? h&ve a buyer inspecting a grazing estate, near Xeutcrfiwld this week. Town' pro perties are inquired for. I have several uow betug inspected.

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

Political News. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOINV. MATTERS political aro quietyand' there.'; ia.^. no indication of any excitement likely; to ? arise .over Mr. Roid's censure niotiouv'th'fr defeat ofwhich is a foregone conclusion.:

Mr. I. Whereat's Retail Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

. Mr. I. Whereat's'Eetail Price List. Corn, 2s 9d per bushel Oats, seed 2s 6d pei bashel Oats, feed 2s 8.1 per bushel Wheat, 2s 6d per bushel S;{ i Potatoes,..33 '6d per cwt > i\r ^Gha^.oatep 4a per cwt * ." Chaff, lucerne 3s per cwt : Pumpkins, Is Gd per cwt Turnips, 3s per cwt Bran, 4s per lOOlbs Pollard, 4b 6d per lOOlbs ' . . Lime, 5s per bag

The American Presidency. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

The American Presidency. ' ? . "LONDON, SOSDAT.' . .ADMIRAL DEWEY, Jms, jotirod,,from.;ithe , Presidential- contest.

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

LATEST COMMERCIAL LF- R.*' SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. ? WhoiiJv 2s 9d ... .. . Flour, L6 5s to L6-10« Ohiclcwhcnt, 2s 3d to 2s 6d Chaff, L210s to L310s - : " :Potntocs L2 to L2 IBs . Maize, 2s 5d to 2s 6d .Oats, 2s 2d to 2s 4d Lucerne, L210s to T»0 Butter, creamery, IOd ; factory, 9d to 9£ ; dairy, 8d to 8ld.

TELEGRAMS. The Governor at Grafton. REFERENCE TO THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. UNFAVORABLY COMMENTED UPON. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

TELEGRAM'S. The Governor at Grafton. REFERENCE TO THE COMMON WEALTH BILL. I . UNFAVORABLY COMMENTED UPON. . SYDNEY. MONOA*. SpEAKlSa at' the banquet, at'' Grafton. pn Saturday night, Lord ! Bcauchamp'?sii;d;80' 'far as bo could'judge tho people, of Aus tralia with, the exception of tho lawycro, wore perfectly willing to acquieaco'in tho/ wishes of Sir. Chamberlain wi'h rfegatd ; to tho Commonwealth Bill. His Excel lency expressed tho. greatest surprise at tho fiorce declaration of Mr. Barton . re specting tho right of appeal to the Privy Council, ahdeaid it was ridiculous to sup-, pose that tho right of appeal to the mostV; unprejudicial and impartial tribunal ,ill . - the world could be a hardship in any cir cumstances.. '. ' JlOSDAY NlBHT. The Governors speech at Orafljon on ' Saturday night was the chief topic of con-:; ; veraation in political arid legal .circles : tor day; and His ExcellonoyV romarks; wore most.unfavorably commented upon. ..

Affairs in China. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Affairs' in China - f " - " EONDpN, Juno 14. ,.; Tlio Missiqt) buildings hayo boed do stroyefl at;"p3nrtiaii. :? ;2000 Rilssian troops hayo been. landed at.Tuku;. i s Tho, Chuiesrf><%ro";.thWHfbning thej American and British locations at Pekin. « i.,T - , ..(LONDON, June 15. y/'TRt) rtU ' Pbftii» has iboeh'scvoroU.' ' ' ^ I/)VpON; ^uno 16. TI10- robollion in Cliina is 'spreading.' All thu LifgiltuliiS in Pekin have been destfbyod; and tho German Ministor killed. ;; '....; Tho. Boxora Ave i burning-, the British. houSeu at Tienstm. : ' A train withvaupplies for tho relief force of tho British' and other nmrinoB, which was . cn route -. to Pekin, Jias been compelled to return. It is reported that tho railway lioliind Seymour has-been cut, and two bridgoH liavo been destroyed, ' LONEjOtt, Juno 17. .Ten thousand.-Chiriea9;r.typpjis which were confronting!'iSeyiJioijfis: expedition have disbanded'andijoincd (the. -Boxers,: Tho Chiiieso Counfcil^diseliiiru'.ivir're Hpimsibil...

VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR. Reception Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR. Reception Arrangements. His Excellency tho Governor will arrive in Tentertield abuue 4 o'clook next Friday afternoon, and will be met some two miles out of town by the Mayor and Aldormen. On arrival in town an adjournment will be made to the Commercial Bote), where the reception will take placo, . The Mayor intimates by advertiqunenb in our busi ness columns to-day,- tnat the public, are cordially invited to attend the reception, linnybf whom, no doubt, will avail them Reives of the invitationto be prosunV. : On his departuro from the town to tho:railway station. His Excellency will be accom panied by the Mayor aud others; while I tho Mounted Rilles will form a. guard of I honor. .,u : . ?? r

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

,i^NCPN, Jubo 14. Lord Roberts main army defeated a big | forcft'of BntrsTunder-Goinimndnnt Botha on Monday , near Pretot-ja. . Tho enemy being completely; routed fled eastward. : .;Lorda Kitclmor - and Methuen com pletely "defeated tlto'/enemy;; near. Rhenos ter, capturingj-the campS and Scattering :tlio Burghew-and again seouring-thb'lines, s,of communioaliot: ?' ? ' ? ;: , The- Dorbyalnres Josbri 36 killed at ltoodeviil. vr i: !!' \ ? ???.?' . General.Bullorf joiftbd-'(icneral.'.Gloary at' Cliarlestdwn,?: Iliads subsequently oo cupied, Volksrust; inking' many prisoners. . -1000 rebels.-fleeing:from-/ Warron; hiivo arrived at Kooraman. ? Mi'. Sohreiner-'s entire Ministry.ihave .reBigited-.1-1-: ? ?, Genornl . Bullor's Btrategy-.;in^ -joininir .QunoDil-'OIeryiiis'.. considered. one of the most; brilliant:moveiiients in; the campaign. ;>Itiia.»ti\lod; that: 500.1,mom.could have held AJiiiondte Jlok against 10,000. ;? LONDON, 'Juno-16. ®Ur'n8 march to Licl,iten^rgvl.liOjreQiu,ved ...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR WHbobb' Downfall, and lioonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, at9'80p.ra. Hydcoy, GlfiD Itraes Armirtale, Maitland, and-.Newcastle; G-15 p. in. (Saturdays . excepted. . Tabnlam, Cimino, Lismoro, and Biobmond . ? jiiver-Unily, except Sunday, at 12 noon ;Jeave at 12'30p.m, rimbdrra, and Stoinbrbolr-Tuesday nnd Friday, at 9'80 p.rii. Leave Wednes day and Saturday at C a.m. Drake, Sandy Hill, and Kosaitervilla ' Daily at 13'ijoon. . Leave at 12'30p._m. BonBhaw-Monday and Friday; at 9-30 p;ro.- Stieavo. Tnosday and Saturday at 5 n.ui." ? - > Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11'45 Wallangnrra and CJneonammi cmuy at ' lO'SOa.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAII* ARRIVE rilOM 8ydney. Glea.IntieB, Arinidalo, West Maitland, and Newcnstle^-Dailjrfex^ ii cept -Sundays) at 11 00 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, nt 5'SO p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Diiily (cxcept ' Saturdays) at 5'io p.m. . Tabulam, Casino, and liichrarnd Biver : Same as D...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD CALVERT'S 'A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, 1 I"roPa«»tlon' . , for ridding tho month or tbo I ?roma or tobacco, and leaving , . a ploosont taste. * '* Jf.8*. Z». 0<t, and Its. 7j.ci So((Iu I (ffnyliiA raUl), at ChemUU cirui Sisrtt. ( F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER, i * n Gold <& eater iltdaU and Diploma*. . , MMAMAAAAAAh Solicitors, . ' 1 ? IJIg- A Ti. , J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, ? & c., ? Souso-Btroot, - Tontorflold. - BURING >ny temporary absence in South Africa my affuirs will be .'oar-; Hod on and my business managed by Mr. H. W. Weigafl, Solicitor, Commissioner So "'Affidavits&o. ? ' Trust Monoy to I>ond on Approved. . Soonrlty. P. Pi ABBOTT, , . Solicitor, . - Glen Innes. CTTILL VISIT TENTBRFIELT) and YY attend Court.when required. :?????? Xiegal. . C. Wood Readett, ; Solicitor, Proctor,- Conveyancer, "" &c., HAS commencod ^Practice in Tontei* fioldjf.ext door to Mr....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

THE LATEST TESTIMONY OF APPRECIATION. . AGAIN TO THE FEONT. By mail from London Messrs. Joshua Brop. havo . been infoitned that tho Army Contracts Director has taken a supply of their Itrundy > ; s. . ? "????'? For the use of the Imperial Trcops in South Africa, w OBTAINABLE IN FLASKS, HALF-FLKSK8 AND BOTTLES. ' "WEALTH OF NATIONS WaII'7" A GIFT FROM THE UNITED STATES TO AUSTRALIA. " Tho T.C. Williams Compauy of Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., Btate tliat , HO BETTER TOBACCO CANT BE PKODTJCED thau-lbatnunufuciured under the '^.WEALTII OF NATIONS." Brand. Worthy of a trial hy^ A11: Smokers of J)ark Tobacco, :: ". WATERBUEY WATCHES WORLD RENOWNED. UNIVERSALLY USEI). ; Tho"'Working Han's Friend. . HIGHEST FINISH. -LOWEST PRICE.,/ Do not bo put off with worthless.imitations. Tivko no other but tho Gcnuino Watorbury. . SILVER CASES A SPECIALITY. ' - Wanted, 100 Cords of 4ft. Fire wood. WANTED'at tlio TENTERF1EU5 "T TANN ERY-7 in, lots of 10 .or-itiore Curds. ~ > v " - . ,? - E. H. WHER...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Railway Time Table., . cepted^aiid for; Brisbane* 11*30 o.tD. : Soily> Sand'aya etcAptefl. ; . ?U'he dooda Train leaves Tehterflell for ^: Sydney ' Wery Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings at G a.m., and ar rives from « Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday, oveninge at 4'45 p.m. Tho fares between Sydney and Tentor . field, and Tfntojfiold and Brisbano are as follow:- . i ?? /' TBirSBJIVfSKD TO SrDVST. . lstMasr, Single ... £A- 1 0- . 2nd OlaiSmgIo ..i- 2 10 :0i - Sefcurt rI-iQk<itBt . available hr? Two Months. 1st Clasi £5 13 6* 2nd Clate ... "3 10 0 . WaIiIkoAUUA' 0 BaiSDANB.. j 1st dasti; Single . .v. j61'10.-7.. ' > ' : ; Snd.Claia, Single -.;. ...' ;1. 6.1. 6 «.vm 1st Clasu, Return 2:10 .'6 :v ; 2nd CJocs. Hfturn... 1/18: 2 -

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

Brief Mention. \ - Vote of Censure to-day. LAND Court Boned sitting. - . ? GOVKRNOR arrives on Friday ? - ? ? ?' Music in tho streets on Saturday night. Theoreiical MUSIC examinations-nexti TiiurBdi>y " -, Agricultural- Society' nominations closed last Satuiduy. Up to Juno 7th Cbl,430 balo3 of wool' woro exported from Sydney against 654,033 bales for tho corresponding period' of lust jear v . j '-Theiiu was a fa'al- accident ,on Friday; at Branga Park near \Valclwi;..i Avybung: man named William Bowden was engaged in splitting, when a tree fell bn hum''. Ho died some hours aftor. . The death is . announced i:-;of.vMrs Gladstone, tho widow of the lato- VV. -R. Gladstone \ In the .Newcastlo- soduclion ' .ease: Pearson- v Wioland, thejury awarded plaintiff a verdict for L1250 diniages:. The Minister for Agriculture is inviting the co-operation of the Agricultural. So-; cietioscf tho Colony 111 encouraging' the breeding of horses suitablo-for Arlny pur poses. . . Hia Excellency tho G...

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual fortnightly mooting of the Council was held Inst night." Present ' Aldermun Reid (Mayor), Walker, Crisp, WhorCnt, Toohoy, Kelly and Juergcna. . CoimESl'ONPENCE. (I) From Department of Public WorkB notifying that tlia sum of L35 hud been placodto the credit of tho Cojncil. (2) "From Under Secretary of Publio Works promising further information - shortly with reference to the report of tho Sfini-. tliry Engineer. (3) #From' "tho Under Secretary for Lands advising that grant of L25 had bben forwarded for Tenterlield and Queen's Parks. (4) From Jas. Martin and Co, Sydney, rogretting &that Acetylene tonder had to bo held overhand offering at a future dato, if required, to furnish amended tendors, and all informa tion, . ' tREPORT8. : Tho leport of tho Clerk of Works for the past fortnight, also . payshoot, woro adopted. . ' :' A special report was read from tho Council Clerk. Ho reported that with tho .Inspector of Nuisances he recently visited two Ch...

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Letter from Privato G. Pritchard. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

NEWS FROM THE FRONT.' Letter fr'om- Privato G-. PritchardJ PRIVATE G.CRITCIIABII, writing to liis father froni Smingfontuiii under date 5th Nlny :-You will seo by this that I am in tho Orange Free States where tKb lighting is going on. We, have not yet lmd .an attack, Hut-Jexpccb one at any minute. Td-day/wt) ijre shitting camp, but we rieiw'knuiv-'wherd'Tvo are going till wo arrive at the place.. All thohorses are trained;'BO that wo' may be going to Bloemfontein. Things are only middling over here, wo novel- know the day wo are to get in fiont of a bullet; but if it coinoB to our turn; wo can't get away from it. I inn in the Imperial Yeomanry Scouts. We have to do all the scouting; thoro are ahout 60' or 70 Australians amongst us. Wo aro 160 strong, wo have to find tho onomy and como buck and report to the officer how many theru are in tho camp. I will write lo you as often as I call, and you do the same, as I may bo in some out of tho way place and can't get a letter away. I sunt...

SUNNYSIDE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

BTOTNYSEJE UNION. THE usual monthly meeting was held at, Mr. Piggott's residence last Tuesday ovening, Mr. \V. Lmvlor presiding. Let ters were read frmn the Department of Mines and Agriculture, and the Experi mental' Farm, lkthurstj, advising that samples of wheat had heon forwarded tho, Union.. Theso wdro distributed amongst Messrs, J.Oorrin, T. Howard, F. Nunan and F. .Crisp., Mr. Liwlor intimated ttmfc Mr. Barnard lind informed him that' ho hal n quautity iif new. bags on hand at 4s 6d per do?en.. Mr. H. Uoyle directed attention to the fact that tho" side roils at the Suniiysido piriform Woro to bo jnillud up shortly. Ho thought tho Union should try to prevent this, as it meant that thoy wnuld have to load at Tontor field or Jonnin'gSi Aftor discussion it was moved that tho Secretary communicate with the Railway Commissioners through Mr. p. A. tea, M;P.,-pointing out tho inconvenience that would be caused by this stop, and asking them to leave ut ..least' one set of railp standin...

The Bubonic Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

The Bubonic Plague. in Sydney is oiuaing greet anxiety, and ounsidering the number of eases this is not to bo wundered at. During the prevalence of tho plague in Hong Kong the greatest re lief was outlined from the use of. Faulding's Kuculyptua Vide Government Report. It is likoly tlint Mr. ^Stephen Murphy, chief..emergency officer aiid police magis trate, Department of' Justice, ^will bo appointed chnmlier mngiutrntoand clerk of potty sBBsions at tho Water' Police Court. Tho prohiliitionists of Now Zealand are agitating to'hava tlie hotels ^closed when trndosmen obsorvo'public holidays. ' THE Ascot Gold C!up lull 6n Wednesday 'resmltcd us follows':-Merman, 1; Sointil riantj 2; Tho Qraftur,; 3.' Tlio first and third horsijs are ex* Australians. _ Merman won casiljp bjj two lengths in 4min. ,2Usco.

DEEPWATER NEWS. BORDER UNION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

DEEPWATER NEWS. (FROM OUB- OIVN CORRESPONDENT.) .BORDER UNION MATCHES. DKBp^XTB&mat:Tenb Hill at the ialter place bn-Saturdiiyi ;H-. PoforsoKcaptained' the Teirtf .dill toim; whilo E.' Bull did likewiso for Deepwater. Tent Hill won tlio toss and deoidod to defend tho wc.st, era goal, 'ivnd'Uik'e advantage of tho wind, .thus placing a' handicap on Deepwater. The latter kicked off and somu give and take play took place, when Teiit Hill was awarded tk free kick, from which a goal waskicked. .^The ball again set, rolling, Deopwator^ made i a strong: push - and brought tlite; ball'"well up in their op ponent's lines, thu? compelling them to force. After,,this tho Umpire gave a succession of'free kicks agaiust Deep water, , the-players and spectators were unable to understand" his action.' One of the Deepwater, players ' asked for an or.-. planation, but was told to mind his busi ness. The ball was again thrown in, and was kicked . .over tho Deepwater line, Tent HUl again scoring,...

SUNNYSIDE FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 June 1900

SUNN YSIDE; FARMERS' AND SETTLERS'. ASSOCIATION. .' AT Mr. Pifigott'a roeidenco on Tuesday evening tlie monthly meeting'wjis bold.. Mr. VV. Lawliir occupied the chair. With a trifling alteration the by-laws drawn up ijJ>' a piovious meeting were read and adopted. The chairman roported that the members roll now showed 54 names; an additional six beiiiR afterwards added, bringing the total up to CO. It was an nounced that tho Chief Inspector of Schools, Sydney, had refused the ubo ot School rosidenco for holding meetings. Tho delegate to tho Conference intimated that ho had received a letter from tho Agricultural Society asking him to act as a delegate from that Society to tho Agri cultural Society's Conference in Sydney, to. tnko pinco immediately after tho Fannors' and Settlors'"'Oonforcnce. This evoked a lengthy discussion,- it being eventually dctonninod that their delegate would act provided the Agricultural Society bore,nalf.tlio cost of.railway faro. -The" noxt meeting- was ...

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