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LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY.; TBDOSDAY NIGHT. Wheat, 2a 9d Flour, L6 5s fo L6 10s Chjckwhent, 2s 3d to 2s 6d Chaff, L210s to X,3 10s Potatoes L2 to L2 IBs . Muizo, 2s 5d to 2s Gd Oftta, 2s 2d to 2s 4d ? " Luuorne, L210stoL3 Buttor,. croamory, Is j ' factory, Is; dpiry, lOd. \

The Invalided Soldiers. A HEARTY RECEPTION.. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

The Invalided Soldiers. A HEARTY RECEPTION.. V SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT., TnE invalided soldiers were landed from the Australasian this morning, and ac corded a most hearty welcome. As they proceeded in drags from.Miller's Point to .the Barracks groat crowds of people as sembled along the route, and cheered th'o contingent'vociferously. The men look well, having picked up considerably r.inco leaving the Capo. Several complain of not being allowed to return to; tho front. Upon arrival.at the -Barraoks thei invalids ; wore at once placed.under; proper care. . i

Compulsory Attendance at Schools. TO BE ENFORCED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Compulsory Attendance at Schools. TO BE ENFORCED. SYDNEY, THURSDAT Night. , : The Minister of Education intends to deal thin Session with tho mutter'of com:, pelling'&ll children to ottond School.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE 29. The Indian Famine. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl D . gnierrolanhil (fciiei AND . Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE 29. . The Indian. Famine. Tub terrible famine, which is ut present devastating millions of ncrcB of India's . territory, continues to opomto with unre lenting bitterness, and tlio unfortunuto nativos in the affected districts are being slowly annihilated by that most painful of .all- processes-starvation. To assist in alleviating the distress of these starving British subjects we would suggest the inauguration of a Children's Fund, and. firmly beliovo that the young members of this community \vpuld freely devote their jiookot money to this most deserving ob ject. - Weru this courso adopted, and ' worKetl to its logical conclusion, wo fuel assured that the Mayor's fund would bo considerably augmented. Unfortunately the schools nro in vacation at- prosejnt, but: that need niit;prevent the Kund being started, and cintiuued when'the,children. . assemble fur duties. When wo think of , 1^...

TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary. TEMPORARY SUPPLY BILL PASSED. A MONSTROUS SALARY. MINISTERS AND CRIMINAL PRO. SECUTIONS. MR. CANN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

TE'LEd R AMS;'; Late Parliamentary. TEMPORARY SUPPLY BILL ? PASSED. A MONSTROUS SALARY. I MINISTERS AND . CRIMINAL PRO SECUTIONS. * M R.. OA NN E LEOTED ; OH AIRM AN OF COMMITTEES. ' '' SYDNEY, THURSDAY. I^tho Legislative Assembly last night tho Treasurer moved for leave to introduce a Temporary Supply Bill .amounting v. to £280,500. .. Ho explained that £1500 wm for Mr. Barton, LlOOO^jf which had ul-' ready' been advanced to him; L60,000 . for railway services j Ij219,000 in conneo;. tion with tho dispatch of troops, and ex tirpation of tho pkguu, mid L950 for pay ment of Mr. McCredie, Superintendent of the quarantined areas, being at the rate of L10 10s per day for ninety days. Mr Affleok moved tho reduction of Mr Barton's expenses'by £500, which led to a debate lasting till G u'eloek this morniAg when the total vote wis passed by 44 to 19 votes. . . Both the Herald and Telegraph this morning in unmeasured terms condemns the action of a section of tho Assembly in opposing the extr...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Post Office Time Table. HAILS CLOSE FOR Wilsons' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday arid Friday, nt 9*30 p.m. 8ydnoy, Glen Innes Armidale, Maitland, and Newcastle, 6'15 p.ui. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabulami Ciwino, Lismore, and Bichmond Bjve'r-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 . noon; leave at 12'30p.m, , : r[mb'arra, arid Steinbrook-Tuoaday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leave Wednes day.and Saturday at. 0 a.m. Drake, Sandy Hill, and KoBftitorville Daily at 12 noon. Lpave at 12*30p,m. Bonshaw-Monday and Friday, at 9'30 .p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. . Bryan's .Gap-Tuesdayvand Friday at 11*45' a.m. Wallangarra and Queensland daily at lO'SO a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAItS ARRIVE FBOJl ' Sydney, Glen Innes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Newrnstle-Dtiily (ex " cept Sundays) at 31 50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday aud Suuday, nt 5*30 p m. Drake, and Sandy "Hill-Daily (except . Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m. Tatmlam, Casino, and lttdimcnd Hiver »Same as Drake. Timbarra, and S...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGIUNT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, THo most offoctlvo preparation for ridding tho x&onth of tbo aroma of tobacco, and lowing tk pleasant taste, ' Sold in It. %*? and Itt. 7*. W. boUlu ! . rata), at ChemUit and Stem. iF. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. tt 78 Gold A Silver JledaU and Diploma*. solicitors. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator ,&'c" Eouso-stroot, - Tontarflold. " DURING iny (cmporarv . abscnco " in . South Africa my nffltirs will ho car ried on oi\d mv business munugcri liy Mr, H. W. .VYeigakl, Solicitor, Commissioner fo. Affidavit!) tic. . ' . / ; . Trust Money to Loud on Approved . Soourity. "? P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. CXTILL VISIT TENTERFIEU) and VV . ntlond'Courl whop required. ' X>egral. G. Wood Readetfc, . Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., HAS commonccd Practice in Tentci field, rcxt door to Mr; J. Ftelding'a Store. ' -. Money to Lond on approved Security. - v Trespass Not...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

') FRfcE. 30-Guinea BIC1 CLE (Ladies' op 30 . PIANO FREE. 30 " " GOLD WATCH (Ladies'op Gents')'Free 30 " SEWING MACHINE FliEE; TRIP to tlie PAKlS EXHIBITION of 1900, ALL EXPENSES PAID, VALUE 30 Guineas, FREE. IN order tc incrcnsc the circulatiion of the Woman's WORLD WO IIUVO nwle nrrangemenls whereby nny subscriber may gain a Indies' bioyolo, value 30 guineas, u geutlpmaji'd bicycle, value 30 guinpns, a 7-octnvo walnut piano, value30 guinea*, a I'olil. watch lailic*1 or neullemen'b valuo 30 guincisj'wnhout .any coat beyond tho subscription money. .This system is not intend* d for the idler-to receive something for nothing-but for those who arc willing to use a little cleverneup, in their spare time, for which they rectivo ilicso haud* some prizes. C.irriugo paid to your door. If you want any of :IIP Hnicles named ahovo you can procure .them by beaming * aubf acriber to the-Woman's WOULD. This nmkea you eligible to participute in cur mi'thod o procuring the articles named free of co...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Railway Time Table. The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter tield ivt 7*10 p.tn. daily,. SativVys ex cepted, and for. Brisbane a. IrSO . o«m. ^dailyjSun^nTg.ey^ptGd;, U'HeVGoo^a TrKiu lF^eS.TeSter^eTV-fbr1 Sydney every Tuesday,: Thursday;, and aturday mornings at G a.m., and ar ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed - nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. The fares, between Syduey and Tenter field, and T<nteifield aud Brisbane are as follow: TFirrfiBWELD TO SYDNEY. let ( Iasi , Single >£4 10 2nd Ular Single ... ... 2 10 0 .Return Ticfccts, available for Two Months,. lstiCJqsr ... £5 32 -G "SndClars ... . 3 10 0 ; Wat!) ANOAllUA ,0 :Bbisiiank. 1st CIns-(, Singlo.... . ... jBI- ID . 7: .. 2nd Chus, Sinplo .... ... 1- 5 5 iBt Clasn;Return ..v- 2 lfl; 5 . 2nd Clans, Return . . 1-18 -2 '

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Brief Mention. COID Westerlies. 1 « AUCTION sales to-inoYrow. \ , TmoAi.wintor weather. STOCK assessment being paid promptly. INDIAN Famine Fund mooting poorly attended. ANNUAL meeting of the Jockoy. Club at Commercial Hotel next Wednesday night. PHENOMENAL rush for land.- Next Thursday promises to bo busy. DR Crommelin arnvos to-day, and Dr Freyer will probably leave on Wednesday: noxt. ATTENTION directed to Meteorological forecast published to-dny. . . District Court plaints must bo.lodged by the 2nd proximo. MR. J. IMBEROER announces a rise in the price of timber. : ~ ANNUAL . meeting ''?Agricultural Society tc-morr^w afternoon.'. FARMERS and Settlers Conference in Sydney on 6th July? ; FOOTBALL match to-morrow afternoon. Play commences at 3 o'clock. REFORTS indicate that the tick pest is not increasing in Queensland. THF. will of the' lato Mr. Donald Wallace has been declared at £14,285. ? MESSRS Cann and Mooro tire tho candi date for tho Chairmanship of Cominittoos. A team " of...

THE CHINA WAR. Tientsin Relieved. LONDON, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Tientsin Relieved. LONDON, Jonb 25. Router's corrcspindent states that the Empress of China haa directed, tho exter mination of alt tlio foroign residents. . The American warship Oreg.m has ar rived at Hongkong! The warships Mona dnock and Brooklyn,, which are now at. tho '. Philippines, have been ordered to piocoed to Taku. Tne American Government lias also. der eided to despatch 4500 troops and a bjit-: tery of artillery from the Philippine11. ? 'i'lie British consul nt Tientsin on ' the 20th lust., sent a courier to Chefu, stating that reinforcements were urgently needed. Tho Consil's message further stated:that the casualties sustained bY the European troops were heavy, tlio supply, of ammuni tion was insufficient, and tho need . of machine gunB was felt. Latest reports from Tomtoin are to tlio eflect that the Russian troops are hard, pressed at ,tht. railway station. Also, that the incessant fire from the heavy guns of tho insurgents has'-burnt-nioat of the European concessions...

The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Tlxe XiEa/fces-fc. SYDNKY, Tntmaiuv NIGUT. Alfi'od Townsend, aged 35 years, re siding nt North Sydney, has been ittaeked with plague. ., , BRISBANE, THURSDAY. Two more cases of plftguo were reported yestBrdny in dilTerorit |mrlu of the oily, Tho firsb victim dioeovored WUH a man named James Lawrcnce Trauborg, ngod 28- The othor was' li'siiiglo mnu named Morgan, nged 25,; n dnijior, who died and-' denly, and oii exnmimiticin his. oase was found to bo one of most virulent iilaeua, ??? ? . .«:

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

THE PLAGKJE. SYDNEY. TUESDAY: '? . Threo fresh cnsos of plague were report ed in Sydney to-day, the patients being David PakinB, 28, living at Redferri.; George Barnos, 18, Hariis-streot city, and Kenneth Stovenson, nged T, Waterloo. Tlio latest report frnin tho Quarantine Station shows tliot two o£ the sufferers there nrovery ill, but must'of the patients: are doing well. A nuroborof patients who have reoovored ai'o being released from quarantine. Tho pluguo paiienls, Eli/.ubeth Cm tor and David Perkins, died in the quarantine hospital late last night. This, brings the total deaths up to 100. . BRISBANE. TUESDAY. Another case;'of plague occurred in Brisbane to-night. Tlio patient is Jamos Gourlny, ajjed 35, employed in Elizabeth street. .. ' He is married with two children.

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, TUESDAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

LONDON, TUESDAY 26 It is reported with reference to the de struction of two culverts on. the Bloera fontein line by the Boers, that the Boers attacked the British post nt Honing's Spruit and mnnfc tlio culverts before rein forceineuts arrived from Krooustud. Thu British casualties numbered 31. The Imporial Yeomanry who whore cap tured at Litidley were uuawaro that the Boers had re occupied t.lie place. While advancing carelessly they vyero entrapped. - Tlio railway lino is now blear as far us Standiirton, a point on the Transvaal railway which runs through Natal to Johannesburg. . This centre was rocontly occupied by General Buller's forces. Commandant Do Villier's forco of 220 Boers including 1G leading rebejs, together with horses, waggons, and rifles, sur rendered to General Warren recently at Blikfontein, Commandant De Villier-v howovor fled eastward. The Rhodosian companios, witli a view to inducing the .in embers of the Australian Bushmen's contingents to settle in Rhodesia ha...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

LOCAL NEWS. GOVERNMENT SUPPLIES.-Tlio tender of Messrs Barry mid Stafford, Narrabri, has lieon accepted by tho. Public Servico Tender Board for supplies, in two sections, to tho Tcntetficld gaol. OCCUPATION LICENSES.-On Tuesday tliu local Land Agent submitted to public auction tbo Occupation Licenses of 15000 acres in tho district of Drake. Mr Morton Smith was the purchaser at £1 per annum per fection of 040 aero blocks. POSTAL EXAMINATIONS*-Messrs F. C. Young, Drake, and H. M. Soper, Tenter field, aro tho only two candidates who have notified their intention of sitting for the examination of postal assistants iu Tenterfield on Monday next. *. Wool REPORT.-Mr T. C. Komp his kindly handed us for perusal wool circular issued tiy Messrs Charles Balnio and Co, London. The circular affords full inform ation concerning the third series of Colonial wool sales for tho curront year. THE COMMONWEALTH BILL.-IO the House of. Commons on Monday night, the Australian Commonwealth Bill passed its r...

Farmers and Meteorological Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Farmers and Meteorological Soionoo. ^ During tho past few years' agricultural ? ..chemistry and. meteorolagioal soieneo,' as they affect the operations of farmers and gardenurs, have mado'rcmnrknble progress. Indeed, recent: scientific discoveries and their application to the useful arts have, been so startling, that thoughtful men will submit almost any new proposal to . tha test of exporiment. and experience iSeforo rejeoting it. In the present day the aim men on our coasts, and tlio drovers of sheep and cattlo in tho Interior, anxiously study tho weather forecasts of Mr' Wraggo, and othor prominent meteoro logists, and tho announcement that at mospheric conditions betoken tain, high winds storms, or floods, liavo sived many a good ship from disaster, nnd many a flock of sheep or mob of cattle from being perished by drought. In another column will bo found a meteorological foreonst for farmers and gardeners prepared by Signor Oronzo Presa, a-gentleman now resident in Syd ney, who ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

Wanted. "^^^ANTED a GROOM. Apply to J. JS. BROWN, - \ Commercial Hotel*. Bone. Dust. ON SALE & FEW TONS OP BONE DUST, ground from Gieen Bones. £1 & Ton 5-fit .per cwt. ; * .. ' Wm. H. EVENI8, * - . ... . . ... B-rne.Mill?. Indian Famine Relief Fund. CONTRIBUTIONS ID Cuh or Produce are earmitly invited towa>ds the altnve Fund. Au early response ia abso lutely nceeaiAty. W. KEII), v:'-v"'! Mayor and Treasurer* 1 Tenterfield, 28tli Jnno, 1900. . Tenders. TENDERS are called for CASTING 1 8 IIP, Scmi'Portnble ENGINE, Stumps, and Battery Box,' hnd sundry material connected therewith, from Bed Book, Drake! on board-truck at-Tebter flelil. Lowest or any tender not ueces> aarily accepted. Tenders clone JULY 15, and mast be addressed ANEAS M-DONALD, Tho Peak, Cobar. TENTEBFIELD. JOCKEYCLUB. 1 HEANNOAL MEEIING of the above | Club will be heM ab Brown's Commercial Hotel. - OK Wednesday Next, 4th July, 1900, | AT 7 30 P.M. ?lueaga . To rrceivo Cornmii t?e's Baport f&amp...

PRESENTATION OF SCHOOL PRIZES. Miss Juergens' School. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

PRESENTATION OP SCHOOL PHIZES. Mies Juergens' School. TIIEKB was a nice little gathering of pupils nnd'tlieir friends at Miss Juergens' Privato School on Wednesday afternoon, the occasion being the presentation of book prizes tO' tlib soholars, purchased from portion of tho proceeds of the late sale of :work. " The prizes were of a Buperior kind, >nd in every way appropriate to the tastes (.-woroorpr cnch scholar attending the school received a prize. After the prizes had been pre sented by the Rev. H. G. Smith, the children were regaled with "nkes and lollies, purchased by the teacher with the balancebf the money in Jiaud. Tho Rev. . Smith also, on behalf of Miss Juergens, presented the elder girls with a tenniB set; the boys with a cricketing set, and the littlo girls with skipping ropes, bats and. balls; During the afternoon games were entered into, and an enjoy able time spent. Following is tho list of prizes: otli Class-Lo IJQ Burgess, general proficiency ; Ethel Funston, hi...

N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

' ' Mr; 8. WALES PARLIAMENT. : .In tlfo Assembly on Tuesday night, -tho ;Attoriiey-Genoral intimated tlmt « rosylu - tion would bo submitted, in order to test the: fooling of tho House,, on the Hare . Spenser system of voting in the election of members to the Federal Parliament. An.address on the system was givon by Miss Spenser to a number of members of Parliament in the Houso during the after noon. . The Colonial Secretary in nnswor to Mr Samuel Smith, said that the question of altering tlio Electoral Act so 113 to on ablo evory oloctor-to record his voto nt Parliamentary elections was under tho consideration of tho ' Government, and steps would be taken to carry out tho ob ject. .Tho Spoaker appointed Messrs. Clnnter, Loes, Waddell, Watson and Witfcs as toinporary chairmen of eommitteos dur ing tho present session. Tlio second reading of tho Indecout Publications Bill was, 011 tho motion of Dr. Graham, agreed to,. and the bill passed through committee, and was re ported with no a...

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 June 1900

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT BALL. THE ball in aid of the Sistors of St. Joseph's Convent, which took place in the GymnaBiura Hall on Wednesday bight, was well attended, and a moat suc cessful function throughout. Tho ladies responsible for tho conduct of affairs are to bo congratulated on tho success which attended their eflorts, tho -general ar rangements for tho comfort and onjoy mont of those present being superior to anything of tho kind held for soino time past. Dancing commencod shortly after 8 o'clock, and was kept merrily 'going till an early hour tho following morning. Mr. A.'J. Smith capahly fulfilled the posi tion of M.C., whilo the music supplied by ,tlie Misses Wright was all that the most fastidious could desiie. Tho tables in the supper room woro very prettily arranged and tastefully decorated with bright colors, the efTcct being very pleasing. A sit down supper was partaken of, tliero being an abundanco of refreshments, com prising poultry, hams, hot dishes and nil sorts of...

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