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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 June 1900
Brief Mention. Rouauwojltlior. : ; . LAtjo Bftlo to day. . AUCTION sale .next. Saturday.. .'.!:.13R FUF.YEB leaving tlio district. .. -INDIAN Famine Meeting tonight. " CooKKRY oliisaua to ho'ostablishod. ::i'G!HAND Continental in . aid of. . tho Presbyterian Church announced. : MEETINO of Westerners Football - Club will be; held at tho Exchange Hotel to night at 8 o'olook aliarp. A good roll up is requested. _ . ' . ? . | \ THE unemployedaro giving tho Govorn inent (rouble. - . - v . OWING to tho departure of .Dr. Froyer. next Wodiiosday'B Ambulance class .will oloso tho series. PiuvAi'H P. W. Lalte is. niuqng the re-; turned invnlidoi soldiers from South Africa by tho Australasian, ...-. .y,. .? TUB Steward's Miloat,the Canterbury races on Saturday was won by Pax ; and I he Canterbury Handicap by Promiao* IT is rumored that Mr, T. H. .Hassnll, Minister tor Lands, intends resigning in', order to accept tho position of General Commercial Agent for New South Wales in London. General B...
WILSON'S DOWNFALL. LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 June 1900
WILSON'S DOWNFALL. LAND COURT. A SITTING of tho Land Court Board was held at Wilson's Downfall oil Thursdiy,. before Messrs F. G. Finloy (Chairman); M. H. Fitzliardinge and I. Whereat Mali. Tho other officials of the Court wore ula'o present. Following is a list of tho busi uosb transacted: Robert Flint Jr. for CP 99-30, of 120 acres, and o L 99-33, "of 380 acres. . Con firmed ; 5 and 4 wire fence respectively. George Bradford, for o i':99-G4 .of 93 acres, and oi 99-73 of 279- acres, o r, confirmed and c L disallowed. v Edward Butler, for o r, 00-25 of-40 acres. Confirmed , 4 wiro fonce. .' Alfred Hopgood, for o p 00-381,-? of 201 acres, and p L 00-39 of (j03 ucres, Dis allowed. Mercantile Bank, foi A L 00-24-of 200 acres.' Withdrawn at request of appli cants with "10s 6d coats. Li. Gillespio, for a u 00-31, .-and 35; of 640 and 300 acros respectively. -Dis allowed ; applications not signed: / ,. _AV H. Pascoe for al.00-34, of C40 acreB. Confirmed ; rent Li per a-re. : O. Lamb, for ...
THE INDIAN FAMINE. Meeting at Drake. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 June 1900
THE INDIAN .FAMINE. Meeting'at';'Drake. / u.' A MEETING was held in tho Suhool of Arts,' Drake, «n tlio 20th instant," for tho . puiv pose of considering the adviBnbloiicss of rendering somo iiBsistnncp to tlio starving people in India.; Mr. H. Wann, Presi dent of tho School of Arts,. occupied llio chair, and briefly stilted tlio object of tho meeting. Mr. Edgar Hall proposed that u 2s (id subscription list bo opened, which was sounded by Mr. J. P. Curran, and parried unanimously.' It was also resolved to lenvo subscription lists at all the busi ness places in town, and also send II'bIu to the outlying districts. Mr. A. Withers was appointed Secretary^ and]Mr A. \V. Taylor Treasurer. About £0 . was col lected in the room. Vluguo is purely a'fllth dlseaso Tojsurcly livoi'd it' wash dully in Svater containing ocjuumiiy of Sqlyplol and tp'ay y°ur dwel-J ling 4cums vvitft 'FBttldiCjgi^pcat* ptus Oil,
DISTRICT MINING. NINE MILK [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 June 1900
DISTRICT MINING. (FROM oun OWN .COIIHESI'ONDKNT.) NINE MILK Mr. Chapman's show of tin is still tho' snmo, find as their sftlo was not completed;, they lirtvo started work, and intend get ting a largo crashing out. The mine in nt prosont down 70 feet, tho lode ? averaging from 2 to 4 feet wide, and will go 6 to .8 cwt to tho ton. . Tho pumping plant at tho Nino -Mile Deep Lead Company is nearly all ready; for work. A good engine chad lias been erected, and everything looks in straight going order, and they expect to have woik in full swing on or about tho 25th of .this month. Theeontractorsaro MessrsLuxton, Dixon and Son, and they have dono_ their work well under supervision of Mr. R. G. A. Robertson, tho Manager. The shaft is now down 80 feet. Mr. P. Nestor nnd party are also look' ing for the deep lead in a very liKely spot. Their shaft is now down 40 foot, and they aro 8 feet into tho solid bnBalt. They havo struck water, making about one drum per hour. TORRINGTON. Mr. Fielder's w...
TRANSVAAL WAR Standerton Captured. BOERS SURROUNDED BUT ESCAPE AN ARMORED TRAIN CAPTURED. LONDON JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 June 1900
, Standerton Captured. ;.: BOERS SURROUNDED BUT ESCAPE AN ARMORED TRAIN- CAPTURED, v; LONDON Jokk'21. .;MujorGonoral Lord Kitchener riiir r'^yly.' escaiied :ciipturoi while sleeping, in tilO itrain' un'.Thurad ay nt Lceuwspruit .iidin/j;/0 43'niiles "north of KroonBtadt in ilhb'Oraiigo River* Colony. "Coniniandnut Do' Wut. witli'flOO .men, aiming ut the cap-; turo of rifles arid guns arid a sleepinjj ear,, hpprtiiiched ;Kop Jiissming. ., Lord Kitch ener, who. vvnB in the car, got out, saddled, and ;gnlIoped " off . toRlionoator .Rivor, where there uro 1300,British oiicnnijied. i; ; Ciiinmandnnt Do Wet, on tho 19th inst;;: obstructed General Melliueri whiluioseort ing u Urge convoy^ to, Hoilbron. 'l'jni Boers woro routed. Tho British casual ties weio three'.'- :: ' Colonel Baton's Mounted Corps captured two guna on the 10th in'st., in the direction of Rustonburg, frnm^Oomman-' d'm£-Du Pleasis. General Badcn;Po\voll is at Rustonliurg, which is quiet. ?. ;.V' ? . The caBualtioB at Binn...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 June 1900
IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; BUTLER — In loving memory of my dear wife who departed from this life on June 23rd, 1897, aged 66 years. Call not back the dear departed, Anchored safe were storms are o'er, On the borderland we left her, &nbsp; Soon to meet and part no more. Far beyond this world of change, Far beyond this world of care, We shall find our missing loved one, In our father's mansion fair. Inserted by her loving husband JAMES BUTLER, Bryan's Gap. ROOS. — In loving memory of my dear hus- band, ANDREAS ROOS, who departed this life on June 25th 1899, aged 64 years, 'Tis two sad years ago to-day, That our loving father was called away, Peaceful be thy slumbers dearest one, &nbsp; Peaceful in thy grave so low. &nbsp; Thou no more our song wilt know, Yet again we hope to meet thee, When the day of life is fled, &nbsp; And in heaven with joy to greet thee, Where no farewell tears are shed. &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by his loving wife, S...
SOUTHERN HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900
SOUTHERN HANDICAPS. Paul Pry iH handicapped at Oat lblb for the Epson- Handicap, Targuin9-9, Dandy .and Sequence 0-4 each, By me tt us 0-3, Coralie, Georgo .Frederick, Ranfurly, nod Soverity 812, ; Water Color, Vocalist, Orzil, and Ma'atua 8-10. Ace of Diamonds . and Parapet 8-8, Prince Carbine and Con trast 8-7, Rovivor 8-5 Roseberry, Picture, > So Long, and Blue Metal 8-4, Town Clock ..8-3, Lady Mostyn, Cyanide, aud-Fleet 4 / Admiral 8-2, BorcaHlI. 8-1, Johansen and - -Inquiror8-0; tile" others. down to 6:7, ..: -?For. tho Metropolitan Stakes, Paul. Pry -has 0-0, Tnrqqin .9-6, The. Chief 9-6, Mora .'. - 9-2, Hymettus' and Paris 9-0,. Dandy and ."'.'Sequence 8-12, Gaiiloon', George Fred . erick, Severity, Rimfurly, and VocaUst8-8, ?-v. , Oizil and Malatua 8 6, Aco of Diamonds ? : 8*4, Prince Carbine, Parapet, and Con trast 8-3. Malula - and Reviver 8-2," ~ Flodden, Bluo Metal; Roseberry, and . Water CoIor8 0; the others down to 6 7. Weights were issued on Monday for ' the Caufie...
Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of July 1900. Meteorologist and Astronomer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900
Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers and Gardeners. 3tor the . Month of July looo. . BY OFIONZ I ' PUESA. Meteorologist ami Astronomer. L&lt;t to 3rd-Th&lt;» atnwphwo at the com mencement of the month will be favourable for planting and flowing. =% Weather unset tled ami dull. The northern districts will be unfertile influence of strong cold North orly winde, North East mn*t likely, shifting South or South East, bringing anow on highlauds and almost general lain, heavy in plucea. Went and South West district* will be least affected*. 4tli to 7th-Atmosphere very good suit ahle for planting and. bow iug operations. The weather will continue stormy, hut I would advise as much wCik to be' done as possible* Do no m&During under ibis at mosphere. OthtolOih-Atmosphere good for plant ing and sowing* Weather better but vari able. Easterly winds shifting South. llth to 13th- Atmosphere good for plant > ing and cowing especially vines and trees. Weather variable with...
THE WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900
. THE WHEAT MARKET. : LONDON, June 26. - - Tlio wheat market is vory strong,- and prices «t Mark Liineshow an advnneo of 4a per-quarter'-..during tlio past week. This, advnneo ' ia owing to tho reported1: partial failure of tbo American Sprim' crop,' tbo estimated surplus for expoit-4 boiiiK now only 150,000,000 bushels in stead of 300,000,000 bjahols, as was anticipated. For Chililreu's Hackiug Cough at night: Wood's Groat.Peppermint Cure, la 6ii. .
Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Sales. , SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. MESSRS. Pitt Son, and Badgery roport as follows:- ? .. .1052 cattle wcro yarded, the market beiii}» 10a lower. Boat bullocks, L9 11a : .others from L4, Beat cows, L6 IBs ; others from L3 10s. Beat beef 20a 6d per 1001 os. . 19,200 sheep were penned, tho market being la .lower. Best wetliors, 20a ; othersirom 8s 6d ; beat owes, 14s; others from ,7s Od.