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THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
THE PLAGUE. - SYDNEY, Tliursdriy. Three'days liavo now .passed without any plaguo cases heing reported. . Tho following is qhe infectious diseases return issued by tho Department of Pub lic.Health for the fortnight endinr 1st July's-Typhoid fever, 57 cases, 8 deaths; scarlet fever, 26 cases;, diphtheria, 24 cases; plague, 19 ensos, 3 deaths. , . BRISBANE,"Tuesday. Miss M'Lemi, reading at Logan St. Brisbane, who contracted' plnguo to day, diod on Wednesday morning. Frank Hogenlocher, 15 years, residing at Bogga Road, and J. Finnigan, Bony street, Spring Hill, have-also contracted plague. * Tho patient, Tr^nberry,.has died in quarantine. '
THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Substantial Contributions. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Substantial Contri'jution3. THANKS to tho I'fl'iirti of the Mayor, and the genomua response of tho local towns people, n chcquo for L27 8s lOd, was yesterday forwarded to Sydney, by tho Mayor, being contributions received as per acknowledgment which will bo pub lished in our next is.suo. In additii n to thiB Messrs. Reid and Co., iind Roper and Walker havo roceived n huge quantity "of roduco from various snurccs, which will o despatched aa soon as opportunity offorH. . The Bale of work on Wednusday after noon at the residence of tlio Mayor was well patronised. This was hold in aid of the. Wesleyan Foreign Mission Fund, but half the proceeds were' devoted to the Famine Fund. Tlio total receipts amounted to. LC 1G 3d, of which L3 8s 9d was included in the cheque for tho stric ken people of India. Tho Fair was oponed by tho Mayor with a fow encour aging words to the young .folk w.lio had organised the affair so" successfully. Following wore tlio stall holdors Lo...
N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
IT. S. WALES PARLIAMENT In the Assembly, on Tuesday, .Mr. Q'Snlliv(»n.said-h*e intended to submit: an increflsod Tqail YVP'P . to thoj Cabinet. He considered tlip ronds fit t^o cploiiy were in a disgraceful state;. . , &lt; ' Mr. l,aw Ravi> niiticu of luaTntontion tu move that im International Exhibition be hold in 1003.. . : ; . T Mr. Lyno Baid ho had no intention at present c£ asking Parlainent to vote a. sum of morioy towards tho Indian Famine Fund. The Premier said tlioro was DO desire to delay Federation, but ho did not' think it passible that the Federal elections would tako'plaoe before January. _ Mr. Beid moved tho adjournment of the House to discus.) the question of the return of the Australian Contingents when the war in South Afrioa is over. His object was to direct attention to projects on foot in the way of offering induoooiants to the Australian Contingents tq settle in South Africa after the war. He hoped tho Qovornment would make it clear to the mother cou...
ENDORSED AT HOME. Such proof as this ahould convince any Tenterfield citizen. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
ENDORSED AT HOME. Such proof us this nhould convmce^twy Tcnterfield citizen-. r "The public endoisement of -a locvl citizen is the best proof that can bo had. ; When'a man comes'forward and testifies to hia fellow citizens, addresses his friends and neighbours you may be sure: he is thoroughly convinced or he would not . do so. Telling one's experience whon it is for the public good is an act of; kiudness which should be appreciated. . The following statement given by a resident of Tenterfield adds one more to the many cases of home endorsement which are being published" about tho *. Little Conquerer.'! Read it :-Mr John Baldy,' Baker, Rouse St., this town my a "lean speak a good word for Doan's Buck ache Kidney -Pills. I have used this medicine for severe backache which I believe, was caused by the kidneys beiiig^out of order. Tho pains were most unpleasant and very obstinate and I was glad to got auch a valuable remedy as those kidney pills for my aiU went. Tne effect after taking...
ARRIVAL OF TROOPER LAKE. Entertained by Lieutenant Everett [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
ARRIVAL OF TROOPER LAKE. I Entorfamod by Lieutenant Everett ACCORDING to arrangement, Trooper Lake, one of the invalided soldiers from South Africa, and an old ronidentof Tonterficld, arrived in town on Wednesday tiioinin^ by mail train, en route for his homo »b TODwuonilm. Hu was mot. at tho ratlwny station by Lieutenanb Everett,-Command ant of tho local Biilf Squadron, Stull' Sorgoant Wfntorton, Drill instructor, Major Fitzhardingo, and; the M;iyor, some half dozen members of tho lucid Half Company in addition being present to welcoiuo thoir orstwhilo comrade. The troopor was clad in the winter uniform of khaki, now ivorn by tho troops at the seat of war, and looked wel', and hearty, having evidently recovered from the ((rip of enteric responsible for his homo coming. Hehas developed into a fine strapping fellow, with nil tho hearings of soldierly discipline gained in active warfare on the battlefields of South Africa. Ho was driven to tlio Exchange- Hotel by Lieu tenant Everett, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
Look well Jo°ur,0ln^ should perform | its functions properly . . . . Feel well of the body should work in harmony . . . . Be well 5 world's Medicinal 'Tonic Beveiage-'Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's Schnapps LOOK WELL FEEL WELL 9 ' AND BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Liver Ailments-is a stimulant that aids digestion, it: tones the stomach and invigorates the bowels and kidneys. TOBACCO W.fOil per Hi 3s 6&lt;1 . »? 9,1 i-'s' tli . TopTia-T«g ... " 3s 3d ' r ^THOMAS I'KltKKIVVA SON ;6r Ormiston. Surgeon- Dentist, VrrT ISlliiS trt ui.noituco to hi' Pattient VY-. llmt ho has REMOVED to Logan s-lcct, appo.ito Dr. Freyer's residence. W asbisgton H. Sonl & Co. Great Drug Emporiums, 160 PITI-STREET, SYDNEY. ' tie Largest, Most \arled Stock of Patent Med does, Chemist*' and DruggisU* Sundries, and 8ur gical Appliances In the Soothe tog but best quality LOWEST In the city. WE EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wieh to bnUd up their system, banish sleeplessness, gi...
TENTERFIELD JOCKEY CLUB. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
TENTERFIELD JOCKEY CLUB; Annual Meeting. THE annual meoting of members of the Tanterfield Jockey Club was held at Brown's Commercial Hotel on Wednesday evening lost,, when tliero WHB a fair at tendance of membors, Mr. E. H. Juorgona, V.P., occupying tho chair. Prior lo commencing the business of the evening, tho Chairman Raid lio re gretted tlio President (Dr. Freyer) was not thoro to take bis placo, and thought ho ro-cchoed tho sentimont of nil present when he said they regrotted thodepuilure of Dr. Freyer, who hud so ably occupied tho position of President tho past few years. Ho would move that tlx. Secretary write to Dr. Freyer and tlmnk him for tho interest ho took in the Club as Presi dent, also as a member, while they re gretted ho had left the district. Tho motion was seconded by Mr. Kemp and carried unanimously. Mr. Kemp having proposed tho follow ing gentlemen as members of the Club, tho business of the evening waB pro ceeded with :-Messrs. J. Barnard, P. Hannay, Dr. Croinm...
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 — 6 July 1900
Meteorological Forecast for Farm ; ers and Gardeners. . ...V: - For the Month of July 1900. ; BY ORO.NZO PBESA; . Meteorologist and Astronomer. life to 3rd-The. atmosphere, at 'the com mcnceme'it of the month will.be favourable for planting and sowing. Weather unset-* tied and dull. The northern districts 'will bp under the influence of strong cold North erly, winds, North East most likely, shifting Son-h or South East, bringing snow on highlands and almost general ruin, heavy iu pluceB, West and South West districts will be least affected. 4th to 7th-Atmosphere very good suit, able for planting and sowing operations.. The weather will contiuue stormy, but I would advise as much wcrk to be done as possible. Do no manuring under ibis-at mosphere; . 9ih to 10th-Atmospberb'good for plant ing and sowing. Weather letter but vari able. Easterly winds shifting'South. . llih to 13th- Atmosphere gQpd for plant ing and cowing especially vines and trees. Weal har variable with frost, showers i...
THE TENTERFIELD Ibtercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JULY 6. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 July 1900
THE TENTERFiSI U# |jrt err ofanial $jaiu itr AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advooate FRIDAY, JULY 6. _ L()CAL NEWS. MEDICAL.-Dr. Boll announces to-day that Ho may bo consulted at the Cummer-' cial Hotel daily from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. . Pouoe . .' OHAWE^I-'Oonstalilo White,: Glen Innes. has. been appointed' to the Wilson's Downfall Station,' vice Constable: Piper, resigned;: Tho new ofticor is woll spoken of in Glriri Innes. . ? MONTHLY MEETINO.-Tho monthly ,meeting of tho Tenturfiuld branch of the Fanners' and Settlers' Association will IJO held to-morrow afternoon,, when busi ness accrued since lost meeting will re ceive attention. GLENINNES MitiTJBY.-At the request of Mr. F. A. Wright, M. P ., the Minister for defence has sanotijned tho formation .of a Bection of Mounted Infantry. A half, company will probubly-bo atstionedat Glen Innes, and another at Glencno. ?: WEDWHII. - The wedding of Mr. Thomas Bower to Miss Mary Drury, oldest dauvhler of.the lato Mr. James Drury of the Scr...
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' , . ASSOCIATION. ? THE usual monthly n.ueting of tho com mittee of tho Tentertield branoh of tho above was held at tho Town Hall on Sat urday last, when there wore present: MeHsra. H.' Bates (President), Wilkie, Toohey, H. Donnelly,' D. Weir. A. and W. H. Sommerlad, Underwood, and the Secretary (Mr. J. Telford.) In opeuing the meeting, tho Prosidont formally welcomed Meeflro. H. Donnelly and A. Sommerlad, newly appointed members of committeo. The minutes of the previous meeting having been rend and confirmod, tbo President stated that owing to sickness and the cold nature of the weather that Mr. Donnolly and h'mself had been un able to go round canvassing for members, but would do so before next meeting. Tlioro was no correspondence. ACCOUNTS. The following accounts wero passed for "payment:-STAR, 10S ; COURIER, 10a. - TENDER. ' S ? The tender of the COURIEU, 14S, for printing bye-laws was accepted. ADJOURNED BUSWESS. The letter from Mr. J. Mansfiold, held ove...
SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900
SYDNEY, MONDAY Nioni.'!' ?Tin dro is Quo ted nt 22a. 6d ? ? ' In Now Zealand diiring, thp -past . two months 81 6r«B have occurred, .involving. a loss of L60,180 to . thp Insurance Ooiu ponies. . . The Ruilway Commisioners havo agreed . to extend return tickets iaauod to Shonrora. in rotation to journoys botweon 4 wo and throe hundred miles, to six months.. The annual religious dervico in, oon:ioo tion with tho Orange Institution was held at .thp Town Hull yesterd.iy afternoon. Tho building was densely packod,'. many being- unatilo to obtain admission. Addresses were delivered by many men- ? bqrs. LONDON, SUNDAY. Mr. BryaiHms boon nominated as the Dumooratie candidato for tho Presidency.
Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. ~ ?; MESSRS. Pitt San, and Badfrery report as follows:- - 880 cnltlo wiiro ynrded, tho market bo tag firmer. Best" beef worth 22s per lOOlba. x Bullocks, Li lOa to UOs iia ; ' cows, L310ato L6 10s. ' ? . . About 3120 shoep wero penned, values being la to 20d bettor. Wethers, 9a,Od. to,17sl0d; owes, 9a to 13s 2d. -3 ? ' ' '
Commercial. Mr. I. Whereat's Retail Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900
Commercial. iii:. I. Whereat's Betail Price. .Corn, 2s 9d per bushel v Oata, seed 2s 6d por bushel Oats,-feed 2s 3d per bushel Wheat, 2s fid per buahel .Potatoes, 3s 0d per cwt Chnffj.o&ten 4b per cwt . Chaff, lucerne 3s per cwt . Pumpkins, Is 6d per owt Turnips, 3s per cwt Bran, 4s per lOOlbs Pollard, 4e 6d per lOOlbs . Lime, 5s per bag
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. : Wheat, 3s ' "Flour, L6 5s to L6 10s . Ohickwheat, 2B 3d to 2s 5d : Chaff, L210s to L3 10a Potatoes L2 to L2 15s Maizo, 2s 5d to 2s 6d ' Oats, 2s 2d to 2s 4d ; Lucerne, L210s to L0 Butter, oroamery, Is; factory, Is di>iry,~10d.
The Weather. MORE RAIN PREDICTED. 150 HOMELESS FAMILIES. GOVERNMENT AID SOUGHT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900
The Weather. , A MOREJRAIN PREDICTED. 150 HOMELESS FAMILIES. GOVERNMEN-T AID SOUGHT. - SYDNEY,-MONDAY NIOHT. . THE Government Moteorologicnl Astrono mur sayB that nnotlior meteorological dis turbance is nppro iohing,' and that lain is expected in tho Westorn districts in » four days. About. 150 tuniiiios aro* temporarily homeless as a rejult of tlio Uuwlcesbury flood. They are principally farmers on tho lowlands of Windsor, Itichniond.. Wilborforce, andO'ornwallis. Tho water commenced 19 subside yesterday, and it is hoped the worst is now over. Through traffic has boon, restored on ull tho railway lines. . ? Perfect fino weather prevails Id-day all ovor tho colony. News continues to arrive of the. devas tation wrought by the recent heavy ruins and snow storms. . ' - / Tho flood waters are now subsiding. The Government wilf probably, be aslted to supplement tho efforts already being: made in the chief centres of ? the flooded district? to relievo those who|have lost si> heavily..<...