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LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, TNURBDAY NIGHT. : Wheat, Ss ' ' Flour, LQ 5s to L6 10s ? Chick-wheat, 2b 3d to 2s 6d Chaff, L210s to L3 10s Potatoes L2 to L2 16s ' Muizo, 2a 5d to 2a Cd Onte, 2s 2d 'to 2s 4d Lucerne, L210s to L3 Butter, croamery, Is; dpiry, lOd.
COMMONWEALTH BILL. Ready for the Queen's Assent. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
COMMONWEALTH BILL. Beady for the Queen's Assent.' The Commonwealth Bill has passed tlio House of Luds witlrmt amendment. Tliu Commonwealth Bill having passed nil its Hinges in the Houso of Lords, the Queen's assent.is now only required to complete the federation of the colonies. It is thought prolmbo that as the West Australian referendum takes place on the 81st instant, tho Imperial proclamation constituting the Australian Common wealth will bo issued in Loudon about thu middle of August, to take offect on Octo ber 1st. This would allow six weeks for the Governor General to arrive in the colony. ' Thu statement mnde by tho Premier in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night, that the Federal elections ought not to take plnco till at least January or February, discloses a considerable differ ence of opinion among tho Governments of the colonies. Mr. M'Lean, Premier of Victoria, sug gested in tho first instanco that September 1 should bo chosen. Mr. Lewis, Premier of Tusmauia wants ...
Heavy Weather. GOULBURN UNDER WATER. RECORD FALL OF SNOW. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
GOUfiBUUN UNDER WATER. RECORD FA IX OF SNOW: ;* ; r- -SYDNEYi rnunaiiAY Nianr. A.heavy downpour of rnin sot in laafc: night,' and continued' throughout the irtorning without 11 brcftk, accompanied bya strong .B?uth easterlygalo. The low. Jying western suburbs are all under water. To-day'a advices report a heavy fall all over the colony with. 110' prospect of' clearing.' Goulburn has experienced tho heaviest floods there for tho past 20 years. &lt; Tho Polica are saving people in boats. Onb family of nine took refuge in a tree at 3 o'clock this morning, and were not roscuod till 7 o'c'.ock. The damage is estimatedat suvoral thousand | ournla. . The snowfall on tho Mountain! linTs reached tho record. 10 inchcs fell at Blackhoatb within tho past 24 hours, and it was 0 inches thick at Mount Victoria. , Tho Nopoan River is in flood, and tho, Camden bridge is totally submerged. A strong galo is reported all; along tho; coast. .. Tho Telegraphic system throughout Australia is serio...
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
Post Office Time Table. ; MAILS CLOSE FOR.. Wilsons' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuooday and Friday, at9-30 p.m. ; Sydney, Glen.InneB Armidale, Maitland^ . and Nevvsastle, 6'15 p. m. (Saturdays excepted. Tabulam, Ca»ino, Liamoro, and Bichmond ? Biyor-^Iiaily, except Sunday, a£ 12 ? nooiirleaye al 12-SOp.m, Timbarro, and Steinbroolr-Tuesday and ?Fridayi at 9-30 p.m. Lg^vo WedncB ' .' day arid Saturday at 6 a.m. Drake, : Sandy Hill, and Eoaaiterville-^" Daily ntrl2 noon. Leave at 12'30p.m. Bonshaw-^Monday and Friday, at 9'30 '? .*"p.nw Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. . -. - Brynn'fl Gap-Tuesday and Friday at H'45 ? a.m. : . , « . 'Wnliangarrtt and Queensland daily at 10"80.a.m.'(Snpdny excepted.)' . MAILS ABMVE FROM ' Sydney! Glen Innes, ? A rraidale. West Maitland, and Newcastle-D:tily (ox cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. . Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall : Tbnraday and Sunday, at 6-30p.m. . "iDrate; and Sandy Hill-Daily (except ' Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Hi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S DENTO-PHENOLENE, A PIUQRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASH,. Tr«.niS!?*.0ff0?tlvo ProPara«on tor ridding tho moutli of tbo aroma of tobaooo, ana loavtnir » pleasant taste. ^ M'> ®»i ib. 7». si botttu . (BngUArata), atCluaitt*andGtoru. m F. C. CALVERT & CO; MANCHESTER, a J+yi foUASav&MtdaUandlHpUmat. * B fcr^^Wir»Tiiiinniiiiiniiiiin]iiiii^iiuif, Solicitors. XJIGAXi. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, &c., Spuoo-stroot, -' ToutorfloW. - ."TYURING my temporary absence in &J-- South Africa my affairs will be car ried on and my business managed by-Mr. H. W. Weigall, Solicitor, (Jommisaiouor fu Affidavits &o. Trust Moaey to Load on Approved Soourity. . P.P.ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Irines. -CtfTILL VISIT TENTE RFIBLD and : W . attend Court when required. Xiegr^l C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., aAS commenced Practice .In Tenia - Sold, next door to Mr. J. Folding's Store. - Money...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
30-Guiiiea BICYCLE (Ladies' or Gents') FREE 30 " PiANO/FiiEE. . _ 30: ,v.,V v GOLD WATCH (Ladies'op Gents') Free 30 ' SEWING-MACHINE FIIEE. TJRIP to the PAKIS EXHIBITION of 1900, ALLJXPENSES PAID, VALUE 30 Guineas, FREE. IN order to increase the circulatiion of the WOMAN'S WOULD we have,made arrangements w.hereby' any subscriber' may gala a ladies' bicycle, valuu/30 guineas, a gentleman's bicycle, valuo 30 guineas, a 7-octavo walnut piuno, valueSO vuinuat», a fold waicli ladicp* or geotlemcn'b value 30 guineas, without any coat beyond the subscription money. ?This, system is not iutendfd for the idler-to receive something for nothing-but for those who are williug to use a-little cleverness, in their spare time^ for which they rcufeiv-o these baud fioino prizes. Carriage paid to your door. ; &lt; . , . . If you want any of the articles named atiovo you can procure them bybojonung u subf 'acriberto the WOMAN'S WORLD. This makes you eligible to participate iu &lt; ur me...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
. ? Bailway Time Table.. ' The uiniUrpin for Sydney leavoB Tenter field . at 7*10 p.in. daily, Satrj'^iya ex cept ody and for.. Brisbane a. li'30 o»m. daily, Sundays erupted. , v a'hO: Goods Train leaves Tentorflell for 8ydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar ivea from .Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. / "-The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnterfield and Brisbane are as - follows--' « - ' ' . : . Tmitkbfiblb TO SYDNEY, lBfc ( law . Single ... ... £4 10 - > 2nd Ulan, Single ... ... 2 10. 0, OBeturi Tiokets, available for: > 0 . Two Months. " . 1st Claeti . i.. ... ... £5 12 .6 \ . 2nd Clare .;. 3 10 0 . "WaL7.AN&lt;MBHA ' 0 _ ? .1st Clasi/, Single ... -../ JBl lO -7 .. :2nd Clai8, Singlo ... ... 1- 6 ; 6. .v-w r '. lat Clasiij Botnrn ... 2:19 . 6;. ; 2nd Clafls#.Eetnrn ... 1*18 *2 .
TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
T-EliEQRAMS. Late Parliamentary.; SYDNEY, THURSDAY. In the Legislative Assembly list night. Mr. Wise moved the second ru.tdiiij> of the Industrial Arbitration Bill.' He nmde a strong appeal 10 all sections of the House to accept tlio measure in n prcipor spirit, niid co-nperato for the estftblUh uicnt ofindustrial peace. . . ? Tlio debate was adjourned till next . Wednesday. ' ; ' : ' THURSDAY Ninnr.' ; In the Assembly this afternoon, Mr. . Mpore referred to the system of bind ex- , changes, which he said wore being used for tbe deliberate purpose of blocking settlement. Mr. IIiisRiill replied thiit no doubt ad vantage had been taken of the law to de- . lay the land being thrown open for act- , tleinent, but lie w.m not rcsponsiblo for this. He . promised to investigate- tlio , matter. . , " I In, the Logishitvo-Council thisaftornoon tlio lhdccent Publications Bill was read; . a sccoud time.
THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
LONDON, July 3. - Tlio Chinese troops have murdered the Gornmn Ambassador at Peltin. He was dragged from his horse," and afterwards hacked to pieces. N It is rumoured that the Dowager Em press and Emperor have fled westward, and that Prince Tuur has proclaimed his son Kuk Woi Emperor. . i 900 of the Naval Brigade with'iS'.i^inp. have sailed from -Ponsntoii.th.*..'' : Japan is prepared to .vigorously sup port tl\e';mftiutenftnoe of the open-door policy,' . '..??? 30,000 Chinese troops are massod'-out aido of Pokin, and the situation is desper ate. The foreign settlement is besioged, and help is urgently required,- - The allies hays made no further ad vanoe"tow»rds Pol^in. ."-.' The Tin}cn asserts that Japan is the only Power in a position to afford immediate, assistance. _ ' The Chinese have massacred thpj'sor vants at the Embassies, and .'ex&Cuted many of the foreigners. ? "'iit- - . - Aftor tho inurderj of .the . German Minister, the other Ambassadors took refuge in the Bri...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
Brief Mention. . Da. Frpybr departed. Bittebi.v cold weather. Snow drifts-30 feet deep at :I£iaridrn. , Tiiofii'KR LAKE returned U>Ttjotorfiold on: Wednesday. ? ; Commonwe ALTII.? Bill-ready: fdrvVtlie; Queen's assent. . : ? GUANO NationalHurdles, nnd\St&lt;Je]plo chase meeting to.Tiiurrow. * ' - . WESTEUNEBS Football Olu'nheotintr to night at tho School.of Arts! : ' ?, MB. \V. J. GIBSON annuuncos a,sale for. .to-morrow. ' WILSON'S DOWNFALL races' on tho.Oth.: November. v Lianr fall of snow yesterday in Tentcrfield. I"; v WILSON'S DpwNFALMosi&onts petition in&lt;» for n tri-weekly, mail.; . i- »i . '. MEETING of Caledonian:.Soci|jty .next Wednesday. ???'?( - ' " MB. Dangnr M.L.C. Sitl-loton. lias presented to Trooper Thomas Morris, tlio i plumed invalided "soldierfroin; South Afric.i, and the winner "of tho'i-'Yioforia Cross, tlio sum of L300 -and tho ? pick of a horse from h:s stud in recognition of hishuroiudocds on tho Imttlolield.. Si'LENOtD rnih ' is ...
A COLD-BLOODED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
A COLD-BLOODED MURDER,'" ,' AI Trrbible i>nd what appears tq have boon, according, to the few particulars peived^ a most cold-blooded murder,"' was committed at Pawson, Victoria, an isolated locality in the depths of the Oippalarid forests, It is abuut- midway between Traralgon and Hey field. John Furrier, a farm laborer, about 30 years of age, is alleged to have shot a young woman named Alico Elizabeth Aubrey, tho sister in-law of Mr. J. H. Sunderlands by whom Ferrier was employed. On Mon day'morning Ferrier, who had boon in Mr. Sundooland'q Service about six \vookn, started out to deliver milk «U Hejfitild Creamory. It was part of his regular duty and of coqrsB done.in. the usual manner. ; On his return tho man, who had evidently brooded qvor a supposed slight, wont rouqd the building to the back, where Miss Aubrey was busy washing. ..Behind his back he carried a gun, and roinagod to get close to tho young woman unob served;- He, it is statod, raised the gun, und fifed-it short...
TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
LONDON, July Lord RolicrtH Ims ordered all civilians returning to Johannesburg .to return to Bloeiufontuin. General Coke shelled 2000 Boors who occupied a Blrim^ position at Amei'sfoort, npnr Lang's Nek. -r-f,.. .. General Clements seized and burnt th'e Boer camp near Lindlejf, losing..2 killed and 13 wounded. . General Colvillu has boon .ordered to England in consequence oE his unsatisfac tory operations in the, north-eastern dis tricts of tho Orange River colony.T . . LONDON, July. 4. The British have captured 'Karomati Poontl, . ? " . There is great . sufferin'gvin jPretorTii owing to' tho scurcity of .provisiofra, but the troops aro on full rations. ' '