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THE TENTERFIELD Interrolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE 22. Outstanding Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

; THE: TENTERFiEl D Jitlcrrolonial Catukr Fairfield & Wallangarra Advooate i . FRIDAY, JUNK 22. : "Outstanding Hates. AT the last mooting of tlio Municipal Council A list of arrears of rutcs owing up to February of this year was laid ou' the tablelfor'jiorusiil by Aldoimcn. The total outstanding to'that dnto tvas said to .be some £300 odd, mostly in small amounts. fAfter tlio- Mayor had placed, before the Aldermen tlio position in which they stood, n motion was eventually carried that steps be taken to . compel defnu'ters to pay up within a pre scribtd time, otherwise they would bo dealt .with in avhianner the reyerso of pleasant. Tlier'o whh no . uncertain ling ? about tho tone i;iri ' which Boino of the ' Aldei men:/spoke; and ' those ratepayers Pwho' arc'bf opinion, that it will all end iri.V Mnoko,.."'as ' oh.' previous occasions, aro'likely, tolbe deceived unless they piy The problem of how to bring do ;. faulting ratepiiyois up to the scrateh con fronts each successive...

— Grafton-Casino Railway. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

- Grafton-Casino Railway, ' .- SYDNEY, TnunsDAY NIQHT.J ?MrI 'HARPER;-,of tho Chief Trnfho Mnna-. gcr'B;. Department, has given . evidence aguinet tha proposed Grufton-Oiisino rail-: way. v i

Situation in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

::. Situation in China. ' ..i Judged: by the -latest nowB by oable.K . lioBtilitiofl' have fairly commenced in : Chiria. The ongagement reported on Wednesday morning by cable between the Chinese forces and the soldiers of the Powers, with its attendant circumstances, marks the first stago in what may develop .; into one of tho criscs of history. The ox ' triiordinurynature of the alliance againBt i China, .forced on as it is by international rivalries, is not tho least striking feature of the; situation. Its seriousness is now beyond question. Although our late .cables report that news of, nn »t tack oii the legations has not /been con T,firmed, therois quilo sufficient otherwise *to make tho gravity of the" outlook mani fest. Large bodies of troops are in mo tion on both Bides, and by to day it is anticipated that the British reinforce ments from Hong-kong, M well as tho promised French, Russinn, and Jap anese detachments, will' bo in tho neighbourhood of Tientsin.' Tho preBonco of...

Late Parliamentary. COLLAPSE OF THE CENSURE DEBATE. ANOTHER BARTON GRANT. MOTION FOR ADJOURNMENT. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

Late Parliamentary. COLLAPSE OF THK CENSURE DEBATE. ? \ ANOTHER, BARTON GRANT. MOTION. FOR ADJOURNMENT. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. The ' censure debute lias collapsed. Mr. Reid did not press his amendment, to » division. SYDNEY, Thursday NIOIIT. : The debato on tlio Addrgfi in-RopIy. was continued in the Assembly till 5 o'clock this morning. Members generally condemned tho ' nction of tlio Postmaster-General (Mr. W. P. Crick) for. appearing in Court as . Counsol in opposition to tho Crown Pro secutor. Mr. Crick replied that if Parliament ordered that a member of tho House must not net as Counsel in Criminal proacou- . tions in opposition to the Crown then ho. would havo resigned his position. Mr. M'Gowen said that the Labor Party intended to support the Govern mental; their defeat at tho present junc turn would delay much needed legislation." ; Mr, Reid announced that ho did not in toud to pruss his amendment to n vote,., but would ask tho Hfluse'on another oc casion to.take a certain course...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR Wilsons' Downfall, nnd Boonoo .Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, ot 9-30 p.m. flydnoy, Glen Innes Armidale, Maitland, and Newcastle, 6*15 p. in. (Saturdays . excepted.^ , Tabulam, Ciwino, Lismore, and Biobmond River-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 s* noon; leave at 12,30p.m. Timbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday at 6 a.m. Drako, Sandy Hill, and Kossiterville Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12*30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday and Friday) at 9*30 p.m. ODe?,-3 Tuesday and Saturday at5a'.ui. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday ami Friday at 11*45 a,ra. Wallaugarra and Queensland daily at 10*30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAILS ARBIVB FHOil Sydney, Glen limes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Now*»stle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. BoODOO Boonoo, am* Wilson's Downfall Thursday aud Sunday, at 5*30 p.m. Drake, and Sandy Ilfll-Daily (cxcept Satardays) at 5*45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Kiehmrnd River Same as Drake. Tirabarra, and Steinbrook-Mon...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

SMOKERS SHOULb USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LlOUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Pr°I"u»tlon for ridding tho mouth of tlxo aroma of tobacco, and leaving a pleasant taste. }?..**.! 2i.and lib. 71.6d. bottla {EnglUK rata), at Ctanbtiand fitoret F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. U * 79 Gold A Silver MtdaUand Diploma*. ft ^ your Te«tti by tulng any lof th« DmUMeti b«low naxaod. GMs TooBi Porter* 8J., li., and It <ki. tint, !&&, id., and 2*. boxti, AS prepared with purest Carbolio-th© Tory beet Dental PreaerrtttTo. M CXemitU and Etoru. F. & CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 71 Qold At 8ilvtr lltdaU and Diplomat. Solicitor*, ' XBg-ATt. ' J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, ? . ? &c., Eonso-stroot, - Tontorflold. DURING my temporary abse»co». in Soul li Africa my affoirs will lie car ried on and my -business niuniiged byr Mr. H. W. Weigall, Solicitor, Commissioner fu Aflidavits &o. - : Trust Monoy to Lend onApprovod - Soourlty. ? P. P...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

30-Guinea BICl OLE (Ladies' OP Gents') FRhE. 30 " PIANO FREE. ^ 30 . "' G 01 iD W ATCH (Ladies' er Gents') Free 30 " SEEING MACHINE FREE. TRIP to the PAKIS EXHlBltlON of 1900, " ALL EXPENSES PAID, VALUE 30 Guineas, FREE. J N omIop lo increase thu nircnlatiiou of the WOMAN'S WORLD we have made arrangements ' : whereby 'tiny anhseril/er amy gjiiua ladies' bicyclo, value 30 guineas, u gentleman's '. ..yck', vuhio 3U guineas, a 7-oetavo walnut piano, vuluc30 k'liiuuas, a t'old untch ladi*V or ait iMk'men'b valuo 30 guineas, without any cost beyond the subscription; money. . This system is hot 'intended for the idler-to receive something lor nothing-but for those who are willing tousq'&littlo cleverness, in their spare time, for which they receivo ihcso.haud some priz&s. . Carriage paid to your door. . 1 , .»?.. ? If you want any of the articles named anovc you can procure them hy becoming u subf (criber to the WOMAN'S WORLD. This makes you eligible to participate lu cur ...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

Railway Tjme. Table; . -Tha-in/ril traiaforSj^Dey'leaVesTentor-/ field-at ;7;10p.m. daily, Satrr^tye ex cepted, and for Brisbane a. lx'30 o.m. daily, Sundays excepted. The.^ Goods Train Ieaves Tenterflel \ for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at G' a.m., ami ar ives from Sydney every Monday, "Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. The fares betweon Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follow:- _ 'TsifTBBFIBLD TO SlDHBT. lsfc < lasr, Single ... ... .24 1. 0 . 2nd Ulam, Single - 2 10 0 . Returi Tickets, available for Two Months. 1st ClaBit ... ... ... £5 12 0 - 2adCla/s ... ... 3.10 0 .' Wam ANGAHUA o Bbisbanb. ; 1st Clauu, Single ... ... ,£1 10 7 \ 2nd Cluis, Single ... ... 1 5 6 - 1st ClaBij, Beturn 2 19 6 | 2nd Class, Roturn . ... 1 18 2 1

The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

M?ZSfca.c3 XaSL'&ejS'fc. SYDNKY, THURSDAY. . The only case reported yesterday Was Jainos Hughes, residing at Surrey Hills. . Another case bus been reported . nt, ~ Townsville, this being the second. . SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOIIT. Tliero woro no fresh cases of plague to day, hiit several suspicious cases nra under sunervision. , ? A sensational rumor u-ns current in. tlio City this afternoon to.tho effect. lhat tlie j scavengers lind unearthed two dead bodies during eloansing operations in Rcgont Street, but investigation proved tlioy :, were only dummy dolls used by Ven triloquists. .

TELEGRAMS. THE PLAGUE, SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

THE PLAGUE, SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. Two cases of plague wero reported yealordny.,tlio victims boing a boy named Fox at Nowtown and a man mimed. Aubrey Hnrcourt residing at Burwood. Scavenging work is projeoding in nl llie areas recently quaiuncined, . nbout. 160() meii boing en.|>loyed. BRISBANE, Tcesdat. ; Another nuddon death from plague occurred ut Reckhmnpton lust night, tho pitienfc being Hugh Mcljonn. an em ployee at Wilson, Hart, <fc Co.'a timber yards. : . . The total cases in Rockhamplon now reach 27, and the '.'deaths 15.

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

LONDON, Juno 18. The proposal* submitted liy Mr. Schrci ner and Mr. Solomons to the Cape Parlia ment, in rogard to the treatment of Che rebel colonists, was entirely spontaneous, and wore not initiated in London. Ex-President Steyn of tlio Orange Free Statu iti a proclamation issued to the bur ghers on the 11th instant, stated that the Free State waa still fighting and had been unconquered; The Ermelo branch of the Transvaal National Bank ia refusing to recognise the paper inonoy issued by President Kruger. President Krugqr's headquarters are now at Alkniaar, about 00 miles onnt of Marcliadorp, on tho Delagoa Day railway lino. Au Army Order has boon issued by tho War Office, announcing that a special gra tuity of £5 por man will bo granted to tho Austrilasian and Canadian non-commis sioned officers and men discharged from service, or tho gratuity will bo added to their estate should they lose their lives in thesorvice oCthoir "country. Nows has been received to tho effeot that a for...

VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

VISIT OF.THE GOVERNOR; His Excullcacy.tiho Governor will arrivo this nftcrnoon, probably about 4 o'clock, and iwj previously announced will bo mob by the Mayor and Aldermen about 2 miles out on tho Grafton road. Tho Mayor has arranged for a conveyaneo to convoy tho party out, and an early start will be mado in the ovenfc of tho Governor arriving earl ior than is'anticipated. Tho'rcecpfion will take placo at tho Commercial Hotel, to which the public aro invited. Arrango* ment-s havo been made for a display of bunting at a point across House street, while tho Town Band will p]ny a fow patriotic selections in the fctreo.t; The Mayor has had everything done to make tho visit of His Excellency as pleasant as posniblo during his brief stay. Tho lead* ing business pl'ices will closo at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon, thus .permitting the .employes to 'murk tho occasion with a little relaxation from their ordinary duties. The addles to bo presented to His Ex cellency, which was oxecutcd by Mast...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

Brief Mention; - SHOWERY weathor. .: ^ VOTE of consure collapsed. . Tho Govornor arrivos to day. -Tho-situation in China very critical.' .. - AUCTION sale tiMiiorrow aftornoon. ? TENDERS invited for carting machinery. Reception arrangements ?, most com plete. . " ? Largo quantities of land being*'sclectcd in this district. Quito a boom. An important notice to defaulting rate payers appears to-day. INDIAN Famine Fund meeting called for next Tuesday night. ? - . . LAND Court iioard sat at Wilsons'Down fall yesterday. Report next issuer , SonoLASTlu institutions breaking up for the Midwinter vacation of a fortnight.- ; Sitmory, the renoivni'd . West Africa chief, liay died in exilo ou tlie-.Congo. Attkntion directed to the New Casli S.toro, Cusiuo, advertisement in our busi ness columns. TilEohETioAL Music examinations were held yesterday in the High School Plall. ! Ownots of stock liable to assessment mustpay samoto M. J. St.. Cinir, Stock Inspector, at the Court House, Tenter field b...

Hostilities broken out in China. Bombardment of Taku Forts. LONDON, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

Hostilities broken out in China. Bombardment qf Taku Forts.. LONDON, JW18.. . Tlio position of Admiral Seymour, -who .commands tho foreij^t"^axpiriition; to; Pokin, and behind whoso fores, the rail why communication has beon.'deatroyed, is ieportod to bo precarious;., Water is s:arce. nnd commissariat supplies for the troops is lacking. The Boxer movement is rapidly sproad injt. . The correspondent of tlio TIMES nt Pekin telegraphed to that journal on Thursday last, via Tientsin, to tho effect that on Wednesday the Boxers burned tho Catholic Cathedral, the largo build ings of tho London Mission Socioty, tho promises of tho American Board of Missona, and all tho dwellings of the European employees in the Customs Flnu.su. The Europeans, however," were uninjured. Hundreds of- native Chris tians and nativo servants of the foreign residents have boon massacred within a radius of two miles of the palace. - . j ; The Viceroys'of Nanking and Juclinng. are taking stringent measures to mainta...

LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, Juno 19. BEFORE Messrs. M: H. Fitzhardihgo, P.M., and Whereat, L.M. . ...L RENEWALS. ? ; TLIO following renewals of publican's licenses wore granted1 ~ Acma'iiMii Palmer,'.Co'icli and Horses Hotel, Wilson'ri Downfall - Matthow Carrtill, Commercial1 Hotel,' Deepwator Edward Bull, Deepwator Hotel, Deop wator. John Edward Brown, Conimercinl Hotel, Tenterlield . . Waiter Hinton, Royal Hotel, Tenter Bold . ,, William Scott," Criterion Hotel, Tnutortield i ' Thomas Lois, Terminus Hotel, Tenter field A transfer of the licunBe of the Ex change Hotel, Tenlerfield, was granted to Mary Burgess, who was also granted a re newal. Mr. C. W. Readutt, solicitor, appeared for Mrs. Palmer, nnd Messrs. J. E. Brown and Mathew Carroll.

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

LOCAL NEWS. For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Groat Peppermint Cure, lb Gd IMPORTANT FURNITURE SALE.-Mr. i. Whoreat will dispose of tlio whole of Mrs. Rhode's choico furniture and offects to morrow, at his sale rooms. The furniture will bo on view to-day and to-morrow. . To TEAMSTERS.-Mr. Aonoas M'Donald culls tenders for tho removal of curtain machinery from tho lied Rock Mine, Drake, to the trucks nt the local railway station.. TendersclosewithMr. M'Donald at Cobar on the loth proximo. STORM WATER CHANNEL.-The mon at work on.the storm water channel running through tljp.yacant allotment of land at the corner of Rouse and Miles streets are making good.progress. When completed it will answer nil requirements, and put an end to the long standing inconvenionce to property holders in that locality. . WALKER MEMORIAL.-Tho Treasurer yesterday informed us that the sum of ninety guineas had already boon obtained towards this object. It is thought that no difficulty will lie experienced in go...

A TENTERFIELD LADY. Offers some valuable advice—every reader interested. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

A TENTERFIELD LADY. Offers some valuable advice-every reader interested. Porhaps the reader, is ft "Doubting Thomas " for Tenterfield is full of them. Doubt, us a rule, leads to investigation, and, ns Doubting Thomas" will not accept as facts a long statement giving particulars of some iucrediblo cure on tho othor aide of the continent, he in asked to investigate the following testimony of a local citizen : Mrs J. Donnellan, High Street, of this town* says :-" I usod Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills for a terrible pain in the bnck which troubled me some mouths ago. It was so bad that it prevented mo doing my work. 1 was also in. a debili tated state: It is a terrible thing to have anything wrong with the back as it upsets the whole syslein. I could scarcely stoop. I saw Doati'a Backache Kidney Pills ad vertised and procured some at Cavanough'o Pharmacy. After tho third (lose I began to improve. At . last I was completely cured. I have not taken any of the pills for a long time now, but...

N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

.' IT. S. WALES PARLIAMENT; v In the Legislative Assembly 011 Tues day, tho debate on the Address-in-Reply was advanced a further stage. In tho aftornoon only,.Messrs. Norton, Terry, and J. Fifepatrick spoke. Tlio : first mimed condemned Mr. Roid for' tlio manner in which ho had formulated tlio charges against tho Government, also for referring to tho polico porjury cases/while, ouo was.sub judico. He. denounced tlfe appointment of tlio Finance Commission;! and hold that, Mr. Roid had made out a good casojfrom jiis own point of view, by. tho finding of the Commission that lie had conformed to tho law. He ? loiindeihried tho" appointment of tlio ' Minister of Justico to the post of Captain, and hold tlmtiit.TOBiiipt; necessary.to 6orid Austral;; 'iari;tro6ps to' South Africa. .' There .was nothing,of: note in M r.Terry'a.speech, and Mr; Fitzpijtrick'a'/ was an all round criticism favorablo to tlio Government actii'n. Mr.'AVilks then moved the ad journment of the debntii till tho next...

THE BREED OF HORSES. DETERIORATION IN QUALITY. INFLUENCE OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

THE BREED OF HOUSES. DETERIORATION IN QUALITY. INFLUENCE OK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. IN view of tho iucroasing importance of the horse-breeding industry in Now South Wales, especially r,f (ho class of horso .suitable; fur army purposes, tho Minister for Agriculturo (Sir. Fcgan) is inviting tliu co-operation of tho agricul turnl sucieties of tho colony in uncourn^' ing tlio breeding of horses of this Btanip. Ho noliccs that nt most shows through out tho colony the biggest prizes aro given for hunting horses, and. while ho does not intend to discourage this (as I he hunter and cavalry horse aro of a similar type), liu desires to draw attention to tho fact that tho scalo of points on which awards aro usually made allows nothing for breeding, Btylo, stamina, ap pearance, Eoundncss, and weight-carrying abilities. These aro tho points most noeded in n good liuutor or in a good cavalry horse. Under the system now in voguo, any typo of horso may win a hunter's prize, and thus obtain.the Gove...

COMMONWEALTH BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 June 1900

COMMONWEALTH BILL. In the Assembly OIL Tuesday afternoon Mr. Meagher asked tho Premier whether, in view of the differenco of opinion in tho Cabinet with regard to tho Inst federal compromise, he would agree to tho SUB pension of standing orders to enable the' House to discuss the whole question at the present sittings Tho Premier road .'he latest cahle from Mr. Chamberlain ;on tho subject and stated he liad cabled to Mr: Barton iiir Rtructing him liifl; to accept any alterations in tho Commonwealth Bill without first referring tho matter to : the ,N. S. W. Government, Ho (MK. Lyne) intended to intimate to Mr Chamberlain that this Parliament desired tho opportunity of considering tho Bill before it had Anally passed the Imperial Parliamen t. . , The Premier has received a cablegram fronv Mr Barton confirming the adjourn ment of the debato. H'e urges tlio Promiero to agree to'the settlement which had been arrived at "with, tho Imperial Government. Telegrams wero also ro cnived by Sir-...

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