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THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

THE. TENTERFiEf D |\xt err o 10 in ill Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JAHUAYK 10. IT is sorely time a legitimate attempt was made by tlio Municipal Council to make provision for lighting the streets of the town. We were under tlio impression that a lighting committee was in existence, and tliat steps wero going to bo taken to obtain estimates etc., for reference to tlio ratepayers. If so, an effort should bo made* at once, as it is high time a de parture was madb.from tho old groove of Municipal procedure, and an honest at tempt made to progress with tho times. ? Granted, that at tho present time want of funds will not permit' of the .'adoption of a modern scheme-of lighting, up our darkness; but what;is there to prevent the introduction- of keroseue lamps, which would suffice for present needs. A few of these distributed about the corners of; the main streets^ would not entail a very heavy expenditure, and would servo to dispel the black gloom of . nig...

SCHOOL OF ARTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

.SCHOOL OP ARTS MEETING. Tue regular monthly mooting was hold last night-. Present: Messrs. W. Reid (chair), Donoglmo, Butt, Peberdy, Dowo, . Steinbeek, Walker, Carter, and the Secre tary. The minutes of the previous moet ing wero read atid confirmed. Correspon donce was read . from J. B. Frasier, mnnagor .for'' Sappo the Groat Magician " - applying for Hall for 2nd and 3rd March. St Hill nnd Moodios Bioscope Co. apply ing for Hall for 3 nights of Show. Re solved that the dates asked for be booked immediately on receipt of full payment. Being the first meeting of the" year, a long discussion took plnco on the manage- ? meiit of the institution, and, as, in tko opinion nf the majority,- the Custodian's . .duties woro not carried out satisfactorily, it wasrteoided to call for fresh [applica tions fur that position at an oarly . date. It was also dcuided that for tho future . 'tho"Billiurd room would-;rccoiye- much ' greater supervision; Tables Twould not ho allowed to bo moropolised f...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

LOCAL NEWS. ; . BOMESTEAD SELECTIONS.-At tho Land Office yesterday, E. Je'rrett, applied-fur u Homestead Seloction of 307 acreB, withinH.s. area 447 of block 101, parish .Acacia^ county Buller .Anndait LEASES.-Tho following an nunl'lenscs have been applied. for since ?our:last issue :-J. Dunkold, 200 acres, parish Undercliffe, county Buller.. George ? Curr, 190 acres,parish Deepwater,county Gough. ' .;??: : SALE ;of CATTLE.-Messrs M'Dougall and Company, Warwick, .announce that they have for sale 250 head of mixed ciittlo in primo condition, and at a low price. The cattle will bo in Stanthorpo "next Wednesday for .inspection. STOCK PURCHASED.-Wo are- informed that Mr. J. Barnard, assistant maniger to Messrs Cohen and Levy, Tam.worth, has purchased Mr. .T. Fielding's stock at tho Beeliivo Store. .Wo'undorstand. it is* the intention of Mr. Barnard to re-stock fully and continue the business. COMING FAIR.-The Now England Fair, in aid of tho funds of the local Wesloyan Church, is announc...

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

- SYDNEY; i ,? v.: ?' :TUDBSDAY NIOHT; Tin oro is quoted at 17s; . v ? A lotterroceivcd from the British- Con sul at Honolulu states that tho place .has boon?/ declared freOLfrom ..tho -bubomo ?plaguo or other contagious disease, nnd quarantine was rinsed onDecember'fDtli. .j'Tlio tram arid" railway traffic yestorday 'was - pnprmous. Tho J?ramwiiy officiate . estiiwito that ovor 150,000 passenger# wore carried, . . . Robert 0. Moora accountant oftho Equity Trustees and Executor's; Agency; Company lias been arrested in Melbourne oh 'an allowed eharge^of stealing £400. A boy named Janies Levy,: from Mait land.'was killed while watching iho opera tions on the stoamor Moravian, when leaviug'the landing pjace. Hb'ivas "landing on tho staging when it. collapsed, a 'train* of people falling oil top of him. , ' LONDON, Wednesday * .' A serious shooting affray has occurred in Kentucky. An ex-Congress man killed three nion and wounded* twti others. *". The wool sales, have declined 5 per bent...

LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

LAND COURT. ' , ' - A bincle day,'B:;siltiDg;of;tliq^locul Ijand Board wna Iiold. iit;;tliO'p(iui\t ?HousQ on WedncBdnylftaJ:,^b'efqr6"sflles8rel'F^6. Flnkyr^Ohait'mnri^and-.Mr^.IAYhereat, ? -M.'B.,; when v.tho-followiug coses "jvero'dis i; posed 'of-:f^"'.V;' -1: K; v :Guy.Curr,:o.i\ B9-23,;'20P;acrcs,rpnrisli Boonon.'VConfii'nicdi-i'Aviro/fenco^^rcBi dcncoJO yoars^T CL-AOS-SC.j ^Ep .acres. Cbnfli.med:for£400 acfes,{4wiro'f6n_ce,;ront 2d per acre, : extra Burvey.'feeto" bVti'alled for.^.CLOD-SO.rSBO/acreB/'Confitmedfor 200ftcres/4,,\virefence,2i'd'iVeriacro,Bur vey feei to be adjusted. "? , .. - Jf^GS^eJ^TboiiMteV'Pp'W^-SpiflSrM^W' acrca nnd ' OI^ 09,r3q ; SMO "'acres,:!parish Booroo. : Confirmed, C.wiro fenco. v Rent OL :2}d per noro. , / . Dnhiel-M'Clifly, 6 i> 99-C2 ; 320 acrca, parish Bolivia!' : Confirmed,\6 wivo'ierice, residence: 10 yenrsi: C P 99^1; 96o'acres. Board fouiid.npplicanfc .was! not; entitled' to hold 1280 iicrej, as'ho'already hold following landsc p's bf:GO....

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

Yesterday's Homebush Sales _ SYDIJBY, THURSDAY NIOHT. .MESSRS. Pitt* Son,-and Badgery, report as-follows to-day : About -42,000 shpop were penned, vnluea being eiiaior. AVethors Cs 2d to 15s 3d ; ewes 7s Cd to 10s. ? 1020 cattlo were yarded, the; market ?being lower. Bootboof was --worth" 19s pcr lOOlbs. Bullocks, £310s to L8 .'8s r cows, L3 to LG. , '

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

Post Office Time Table. VAILS CLOSE FOn Wilsons' Downfall, nncl Ilootioo -Iinonoo, Tuesday ami Friday, iit0'30p.ui. Sydnov.Glen tnnes Armidale, Maitlitod, ami Nawrastlu, 015 p. tu. (SuturJays excepted. , . . ? . Tabulam, Casino, Lism'ore, and Eiclimntid River-Daily, except Sunday, ot 12 noon; leave at 12'30p.m, rimbirm, and Steinbrook-Tuesdny npd Friday, nt 9-30 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday nt 6 n.m. Drake, Sandy Hill, and Rossiterville D.iily "atl2 IIODII. Leave nt 12*30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday "and FiiJuy, nt . 9'30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. - Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a.m. Wallangarra and Queensland daily ot 1030 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAILS ABBIVE PEOM Sydney, Glen'Innes, Arraidale, Wcat Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) .at 1150 a.m. HOODOO BOODOO, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 6'30p:m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m... Tabulam, Casino, and Bichmropd Biyer Same as Dralco. Timbarra, and Ste...

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

SMOKERS-SHOULD Ul CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE* MOUTHWASH, £ Tho most offcctlvo preparation for ridding the mouth of the aroma of tobacco, aud leaving a ploastmt taste. f Bold in 1*. Oct., 2*. tot, and lib. It. M. bottla I (EnglUh rata), a* Chemitltand Bloru. (f. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 73 Gold &8tfvcr MtdaU and Diploma«. © iCMs Tooth PowJer' 6A, U, and U fld. th* I ta., li., and 1*. &X. pofi, J 8d., 6d., and 1«. (oxei. Lrcd with purest Car bo b«>t Dental PrcscmtJ At ChmitU and Btoru. F. a CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 71 Gold A Silver Medal* and Diploma*. Bolloltors. > ? ? y - \ ; ? - ' I.BGrAI.. J.'F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, ' & c., Rou30»stroot, - Tontorfioli.. . A' COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS for N. 8. Wales, Queensland, aj)d. ether colonics. ' : . t3L Loc&l Representative of the Norwioh. Union Fire Insurance Sooiofcy, : \nd the National Mutual Life Association of Aus tralasia, Limited. Trust Honoy to Lond o...

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

Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. MOS76 33To:EB.«KB»S. Messrs. JOSHUA BROTHERS liavo iust received a letter from the Scorelary of th? GREATER BRITAIN EXHIBITION, lately held at Hurl's Court, Loudon. Btnting that they havo hocn awarded a DIPLOMA EQUIVALENT TO a GOCjU ilKDAL for their Exhibit of Boomerang Brandy, . - X; .This ia a further testimony to the excellence of Boomerang Brandy, which where over Exhibited haa obtained the highest awards. : - '« *3" NOT TO BE SUBPASSBD. 1 -READ BROS.'BOTTLING- - "DOG'S HEAD" BASS'- ALE. .7-" Dog Head " Guinness' Stout.- " ;AV WATERBURY WATCHES -IT IS FOLLY jj1 ( to bby an expensive Watch when you can gat f , The Most Perfect Timekeeper - 1 1 x ' m oxietonce for a few shillings. ' - .'V Ask for a Water busy "Watcli. , seo that tha'aiue is on 111 i ll.

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

Railway Time Table. The mail train for Sydney loaves Tentor fleld at 7'10 p.in. daily, Satrr-'tjir. ex oapted, and for Brisbane a. Xl'80 D.tri daily, Snridayaeirepted. The GoodB Train leaves TenterfleH for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday,' and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45 p.m. Tho fares between Sydney'"and Tenter field, and Tenteifield and Brisbane are as follow: Tinisbfield to Sidnet; . ? 1st (lass, Single ... ... £& 1 0 2nd Class, Single ... ... 2 10 0 Eeturn Tickets, available for : ... Two Months. - . : . . 1st Class ... ... . ... £5 12-8"?? ? 2nd Class ... , ...3100 . - WALtANQAIlHA o BniSDANE., 1st Class, Single.19 - 7 . 2nd Clu3s, Single 1 6 5 lat'ClaoB, Botnrn ... ... 2 10 5 2nd (Jlass, Eotura ... 1 18 2

Tattersall's Consultations. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

Tattersall's Consultations.' SYDNEY, THUESDAY NIQBT. THE first prize in_ Tattersall's Consulta tior. on tiio Geeloug Cup, valued £1332, was won by J. Cpnnihnm, New Zealand, tho flpcond of £499, by J. iValnh, Victoria, and tlie" third byF.C. Higgins,. Walgett.

TELEGRAMS. Australian Federation MR. BARTON SELECTED. AN ANTI-BILL DELEGATE PROPOSED. SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

TELEGRAMS. Australian Federation MR. BARTON SELECTED." AST ANTI-BILL DELEGATE :; PROPOSED. .? V SYDNEY. THUKSDAY NIOHT. IT is practically cortain that Mr. Barton :will bo Beloctcd to roprosont Now South -Wales on the.Federal mission to England in connection with the Commonwealth Bill. Ho will probably leave Sydney on Saturday weok. 1 - Mr. Hnyries, M.P. 6iiys that the movo moht in favor of sending a delegate to England to endeavor to. have tho Oom monwealth_Bill amended by the Imperial I'arliamout, is meeting.with a good deal of public and Parliamentary support. Should the Govermnunt deolino to pay the expenses, it is anticipated that thoy will be uiet by private subscription.

War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

Notes. i Tiiking ailvniitngo of tlio travelling con cession mado^by tlio Railway Commission ers at thu inst-meo ofjtlio Military authori tics, Captain Thomas urid a number of men belonging to tlie Tenterfield Mounted Rifles proceeded to Sydney on Tuesday . nights to witness tlio departure of the troops to South Africa tlio following day. From Mr. W. Hftssan.of li'or Majesty's Thentn>, Sydney, wo have received iv specimen of a souvenir of tlio contingent which left Sydney\n Wednesday for South Africa. It is in tlio form of a white, rib' .bon to bo pinned to the hroaat and bearing a representation of tlio Australian Hag, and tlio ivortls "God spued nad safe return' to our Boys, Sydney. N. S. \V. January 17/ 1900. Sergeant Puberdy is still inSj-dneynnd hopes to takopassago by. a.iliird .contm.t Air. Evans '\vilI>i,nspoc6; suitable .horflos, for purcliase-nfthe Commercial Hotel to-: Tho Bushiueiils Fuiitl nownniauiUs/ta' ;£21 vt88: ,'Tlu\Sydhuy'Eatri6tio;Fuhd bVisreaohed. £1^87110...

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

Brief Mention. HOSPITAL meeting to night. ...... MASONIC installation to-night. CRICKET to-riiorrow afternoon. . THYPHOID fever is very prevalent ..in Sydney. - ENTRIES for tlie Picnic races closo to morrow.' THE Municipal Revision Court will Ijo held at the Town Hall next Monday night. MR. (V. BIER announcos his candida ture for the West Ward. ? WE regret to hoar that Mrs. T. Curley is Btill in very indifferent health. ' OLIVER BAINBRIDOE,, the. long haired individual who onco .visitfcd Tenterfield, accidentally shot himself through tho chest with a revolver in Now Zealand: " "NEARLY. £150 has been promised towards tho Wosleyan Century Fund from Tenterfield and Drako. _ JDit. FREYER commences a serieB of am bulance lectures to women only , in 'the High School Hall next Wednesday after noon .from 4 to 5 o'clock. .. ? MR. 8. WOODWARD'S child has boen dangerously ill, but we'iiro pleased to say a slight change for tlie better was not 2d yesterday.- 7 THE.Municipal Councils aro' agitat...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

LONDON, January 10. A somowhat amusing incident is re ported in connection with the reconnais sance. Tho Queenslanders surprisod a dozen Boors who were dining at a farm. Tho Boors at tinco bolted, and succeeded in effecting their escape, and tho Queens landers, appropriated their dinner. Subsequently tho .Quecnslnndors, with two guns', were' sent oufc to dislodge a forco wliloh was holding a kopjo in tho vicinity* bub before opening firo thoy fori-unatoly discovered that tho supposed enemy consisted of Victorian troops, tho mistake being duo to tho fact that tho hats of tho Victorians resomblo thoso worn by tho Boors . Tho Britisli soldiers express great ad miration of quickncBs shown by tho Australians lu mastering tho lio of - tho country, rind the capacity of tho colonial troops for individual fighting. Tho War Office" authorities ' intimate that tliey have gladly accopted tho offer of tlio Neiv Zealand colonists to assist in the present war by sending' a shipment of horses to So...

The Second Contingent. A Great Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

. The Second Contingent. A Great Derrionstrfftion. ; WEnNKtfDAYVd^monstration in honor of the departure rif tlio second contingent was tiuly nn enthuBiastio spectacle from every standpoint. The weather was all that could' be desirod; while the wholoof .tlio trams and. buses wore crowded with" passengere. Although the Government did not pro claim tlio day-a half holiday, the wholo of the business places olosed at noon. All along the lines of march flags, evergreens, and patriotio mottoes were displayed in. abundance. . The scone at the camp was all bustle and oxoitement, im>iiy pathetic sights being witnessed in tlio farowellB taken. The contingent left tlio Victorian -Barracks at 2.30 o'clock, and tlio trans ports got under weigh aboufl.30, amidst infonsepxeitement. i howholeof the vessels ;iri tho harbour were gaily decorated with bunting'. It is estimated that fully 300,000 pcpjjlo witnessed the demonstration. The ?Queensland troops by tho Maori King took \"parfc in the proceed...

P.A.M. HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

:P,'A.M. HOSPITAL. The .usual quarterly mooting of tho coiri mitteo was held ab tho School of Arts on Tuesday ovoning last, when thero woro present: frMessrs. T. , Peberdy (ohair), I. Wheroat, T.'M. Walker,. E. Whereat, 0. P. YYhoroab, Dr. Freyer, and j bhe Secrotaay (G. W. Bentlcy), -V -The minutes of. tho previous mooting were read and conQrmod. . /; J.v * - CORRESPONUENCB. . '! . From tho Acting Director of Govern ment Asylums, informing, tho committee that. William Carnliam; for whoiri a rail way pass was issued, to enable him to travel free bo Rookwood Asylum, used tho pass, bub left thab Institution on bhe 19th December, after remaining thero one day. . From Mr. W.- II. Walker, resigning his position owing to ill liealth as one of bhe TruBte^es of the Institution. The resig nation was accepted with regret, and the Secretary was instructed to adopt tho usual procedure for bhe appointmoubof a successor. The oubward correspondence comprised a letter bo bhe Executors of the late M...

LEECH'S GULLY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

LEECH'S GULLY UNION. -THE monthly mooting of tho above was l b eld at the residence of Mr. VV. Goodrich "on Wednesday night, that' gentleman oc cupying tho chair. Included in thocorres pondence was a letter from tho Mines and Agriculture Department,.. nptifying dis patch of a parcel of rye Beed ; froir Massey Harris and Co;, donating ill la to tho Ploughing Match, and from llio Sunnyiido Union on the penny post question. Notice of motion was given by Messrs. Mansfield nud Weir, that the boundaries of the Union be extonded/or tho enrolment of members, but that the moetings be held within the presenjt boundaries. This was carried. Messrs Telford, Miller, Wilkio", Goodrich, G. H. Smith and Mansfiuld woro appomt ed a committee to obtain inforination and report to next meeting on the Thatching Machine. The balance sheet Bhowing a credit of 16s Id was read and adopted on the motion of Mr. J. H. SominBrlad. On tho motion of Mr. D. Weir it was ro solved to endeavour to have parrots and whit...

CRICKET. Association Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

CRICKET. Association' Competitions. Two matches will be commenced to morrow in connection with the Tenterfield Cricket Association's competitions. West End Club will meet the Tenterfield Club on Queen's Park and Christ Church Club will meet Bungulla on the Show ground. Play, will commence in each instance at 2.30 sharp. The following are the re   spective tennis. West End-C. Dickson, W. Corncy, T. Smith, E. Werner, W. Dickson, K. Lee, W.Smith, A. Sommerlad, J. Smith, C. Mills, F. Coaldrake Emergencies-H. Dickson, T. Foster. Tenterfleld- L Walker, J. L. Kelf, M. Riley. D. A. Pike, C.- Krahe, T. King, R. Stewart, Rev. B. Lane, E., W. Whereat, M. Baldey, Victor Trumper. Christ Church- F. P. Tompson, G. W. Bentley, Wyman, H. Emanuel, W. F. Everett, B. Fitzhardinge, J. Flynn, M. H. Fitzhardinge, O. Scott, H., Dongate A. E. Carter, (12) H. Collins,. (13) J. Westbury.    

THE LATEST. LONDON, Jan. 17 Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 19 January 1900

* LONDON, Jan. 17 Night     General Buller in reporting the casualties, incidentally mentions a reconnaissance across the Tugela from Springfield on   Monday .The Boers have left Stormberg and gone to Colesberg» .   Six British were killed, and five wounded at Rensberg It is reported that the Swazi Queen is plotting with the Boers. General French says the New Zealanders are worthy of the highest praise.   A siege train is being organised at Sheerness, and will concentrate at Capetown   The order issued summoning the British officers serving in Egypt, to South   Africa has been rescinded. According to the War Office Victor Jones of Queensland was not killed at Sunnyside, but Arthur Jones of Victoria. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. It is estimated that fully 300,000 people witnessed the demonstration yesterday, which was universally admitted to be the greatest event in the history of Australia. Every b...

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