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Late China News. A CONTRADICTORY RETORT LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

Late Ghina News. ^ A CONTRADICTOR^ RETORT ; ; LONDON, Sunday. . Tho Consult* at Shanghai roport- that the'Legations nl Pekin wore siifo on the 4tlf in6t. Tho Chinese lmd ceased tho at tack, and the chief fear of tho Foreigners wax starvation; Reports from ..China stato that tho " Triad " Secret Society is tiow.( liecoti.inK troublesome.- 1

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JULY 10. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

. ; THt TENTERFiEl D ; fnterrfllij trial (tamr - ? ;'r . 'AW0'' .' ' j Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate' TUESDAY, JULY 10. LOCAL NEWS. AnnualIEASE.-D. Maherapplioi yes terday for an Annual leaBe of 640 acres, parish Bloxaomo, county Clive. . AUCTION "ALB,-Mr. W. J. Gibson re ports n successful Bale of furniture and gllii'i' effuctn at Ilia rooms on . Saturday last. . . i Tnp. COMMONWEALTH BILL.--Tho Premier baa received it cable to tile-effect tliiit't.luiQuuunrwduld aive lior assont to tho Commonwealth Bill yesterday; . HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS.-Two fur ther applications of 1280 acrca each have been made by W. H, Rummery. and Charles Mowlc for Homestead selections, parish Parkes, county Gough. HORSES measured and collars niado to order to fit any shaped ucck by first class collar maker at A. J. Smith's Saddlery establishment. A large stock of dray, spring carty and buggy collars in stock* Noxioub ANIMAL'S SCALPS.-Saturday last was the Brat receiving day at Tonter field Statio...

TELEGRAMS. Seven Vietorians Ambushed. Only One Escapes. One Killed. Five Taken Prisoners. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

TEI^0'RAMS;g: Seven Vietorians Am-, bushed. Only One Escapes., One Killed. / ? Five Taken Prisoners. LONDON. Sunday. . Genoral Briib.uit has occupiod Doorn borg. ? , ' , ; ? r While patrolling near Firespoort seven , Victorians weru ambushed. When called upon to surrender they, refused.- Two . . escaped, and onn of whom shot in- the ' leg1: took refuge behind » boulder, ? and continued to fire until a Boer crept be- . hind aud shot him in the head. Corporal Wlielan, Troupers Finliy, -- Ramsay, Dorean, and Bradford woro . . . taken prisoners umvoundud.: . : ? A commission' has been appointed ljy , the British Government to inquire: into "??? the Hospital al e ;ations in S mtlr Africa. _ Five officers have been recommended . -for tho Victorian ? Cross, for. bravery at .Mafoking-and other places. .'

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOB Wihona' Downfall, and BOOJJOO Boonoo,' . Tuesday and Friday, at 9-30 p.m. Sydney, Glen Iunes Armidale, Maitland, . . and Newcastle, 6*15. p. m. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabulani, Camno, Lismore, and Richmond Stiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 : noon 5 leave at 12*80p.m, Timbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday' and . Friday, at 9;30 p.m. *- Leave Wednes day and Saturday at 6 aim, Drake, Sandy Hill, and Roseiterville Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12'30p.m. Bonshaw--Monday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. . Loave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. . - * Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 1145 a.m. Wallangarra and Queensland daily at .10*30 a.ro,,(Sundayexcoi>ted.) MAiis AniuvE pnoii 8ydney, Glen Innes, Arraidale, West Maitland, and Newm9t1e-D.iily (ex cept Sundays) at 1150 a.m. 'Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilsou's Downfall Thursday and Sunday; nt 5*30p m. . Drake; and Sandy Hill-Daily (except . Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m. TabnlEm, Casino, and Richmcnd River Same aa-Drako. Timbarr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE k MOUTHWASH, [ Tho most offoctlvo preparation tor ridding tho month or tho aroma or tobacco, and leaving a pleasant taste. [ and IB. 7«. M. botttu I (BngUth rata), at ChtmUU and Storu, }F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. II 71 Oold <6 Silver indali and Diplomat. BolloltorsT J.JF. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator _ &e., . - . Ronso-stroot, - ' To'atorfloll. ,;T\URING my temporary absence in VXJ^. Sonth Africa my affairs will be car Wed oo Aodihy business .manoged by Mr. H. W.-YVeigall, Solicitor, Couimieaioricr fo .Affidavits &c. TrustMonoy to Lend on Approvod ? /"v.-;-. V Security. P. V. ABBOTT, v Solicitor," - Glen Innes. , nrriLL 'VISIT : TENTERFIELD. and.( . YV attend Court when required/' . I . Iiegal. . I C. Wood, Readett, Solicitor, ?- Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., eAS commcDced Praotioo in Tentoi - fiold, next door to Mr. J. Fhlding's Store; ?.?;???? yilonoy to Lend on approved . Secur...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BKAXDY. THE LATEST TESTIMONY OF APPRECIATION. AGAIN TO THE FKONT. - By mail , from Lomlcn Messrs. Joshua Bros. liavo been informed" that the Army Contracts Director haB token a supply of their ltrundy ? For the use of the Imperial Troops in South Africa. .OBTAINABLE IN FLASKS, HALF-FLK8K8 AND BOTTLES. : " WEALTH OF NATIOKS ~TflBACCfl.'~ A GIFT FROM THE UNITED STATES TO AUSTRALIA. ViThe T. 0. Williams Company of Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., state thai WO BETTER TOBACCp CAN BE PHODTTCED than that manufactured under the " WEALTH OF NATIONS " Brand. ? " ?- . ?; Worthy of a trial by All Smokers of Dark Tobacco. WATERBURY WATClISs WOULD RENOWNED. UNIVERSALLY USED. ? V The Working Han's Friend. HIGHEST FINISH. 'LOWEST PRICEi '\ i'./o not be,put off with worthless imitations. Take no other but the Qeiidfno Waterbury. SILVER CASES A'SPECIALITY.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

: Railway Tim e Table. ; iV: .The^inaii train'fbr Sydney leaves Tenter .fleld<;ati ; ;7*10 p.m. daily,^SatrHrys' ex-. 'cept^d;"andvfor-,-Bi'i3bane'u.trlj.,30;b,m»; :derily/Snnd(iys exropted. - - ;Tbo Goods Traio leaves Tecterflcl I for. Sydney^ every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at C a.m., and ar ives from Sydney eyery Monday, Wed oesday, and Friday evenings jvt 4*45p.m. The fares bebweon Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifield and Brisbaneareas follow:- : ' ' . , TBjnruKtrBi.D TO SyuNBY, . ls£( laui, Single ... ... -£A.r1 .0 ... 2nd 01oM,SjDglo ... 2 JO- 0 f Hofcun Tickets; available for ; Two Months. -.. 1st Clam 6 . 2odClo/3 . ... , :.iv: 310 0 . "Wauahqauua o Bbisiunb. - 1st C1&B.I, Single ... ... X119: 7 , . 2nd Cliug, Single ^... 1 v.B' -5 .t;:; , lafrClusu, Betiirn .;v . :2.19 . 6, ' Snd-Claos, Return 1 18 2

TRANSVAAL WAR A British Patrol Captured. INCLUDING GENERAL RUNDLE. PRETORIA TO BE RETAKEN. THE BOERS REPULSED GENERAL BULLEB AT PRETORIA. LONDON, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

A British Patrol .Captured. INCLUDING GENBRAT RUNDLE." PRETORIA TO BE RETAKEN. THE BOERS REPULSED GENERAL BULLEB AT PRETORIA. LONDON, JULY 7. The Boera roado a desperate attempt tn regain Fickeliurg, but after hours of fierce fighting were repulsed. Kruger declares. that he-~ intends to retako Pretoria." . .. Mr. Balfour, states-that the ' South Africa policy will not be modified owinf to Eastern developments. President Steyn has .fled' to the moun tains. ' . Railway communication, lias been re-, stored between PrfeWrid^iind Natal. Genoral Bundle ivnd .a patrol of Car biniers have bouii captured in the vicinity of Pretoria,. ' " The Prince and Princess of Wales has equipped one of thoir farm liotises at Sandnngham for the usd of officers and Colonial troops invalided frotii South Africa. . ' . Prifato W. G. Taylor, of the N..S Wales forces, has died at Pretoria; and Privato J. Waite has been wounded/ J.yT; Jones and A.. Firth have boon severely wounded at Lindlay. . LONDON, JULY 8. ...

THE CHINA WAR. British Legation Over-powered. Over 1000 Massacred. EMPEROR AND EMPRESS DOWAGER POISONED. TROOPS FOR CHINA. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

British Legation Over powered.. Over 1000 Massacred.. EMPEROR AND EMPRESS DOW AGER POISONED. TROOPS FOR CHINA. , LONDON, July 5. . Shanghai is reported-to be quite safe, and tlm forces there nre daily increasing in ntroni'th; . It is expected that the German Govern ment will send a force of 15,000 (roups to China. ' Admirals Alexieif. and.- Seymour, the Russian mid British naval commanders, have decided that it is '-impossible for them lo m-iko uny attempt to relieve Pekin until tliey have been largely rein forced. They will, however, endeavour to hold Tientsin, and, failing; that, they will retire to Takq. - The British Consul at Hankow reports that on the 1st instant the British legation at I'ekin was still receiving tho attacks of the Chinese. The Chinoso have inundated the country south of the city .in-order to assist in the dofence. : The "Times" correspondent at Shang hai states that oil tho 27th, June tho lega tions repulsed a force pf,15(000 " Boxers " and Cliirioae''tr6op.s...

FLOODS AND SNOW. A Disastrous Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

, FLOODS AND SNOW. A Disastrous Woek. TUB monsoonal disturbances of lust week produced general ruins light along the eastorn const pf Australia and extending to tho majority of tho drought stricken districts of tho west in this colony mid in Queensland. Mr. Buaiull says ho would not. bo surprised to hear th'it an avcragu of 2 inches fell throughout tho colony. Ap unprecedented snow storm occurred on tho Blue Mountains, causing consid erable interruption to tho railway traffic. So doep was tho snow along tho line that an engine and break-van took oversight hours to t:avel (if o D mil'!-. The tele graph lines, too, were down in all direc tions Tho passengers in the mail train to Sydney on Thursday had to remain in the carriages all night. No communica tion could bo obtained with them, as they wore unable to Icaru tho train owing to the rain and the depth of the snow. Tho Hoods in tho Goulbum district are subsiding; Tlio waters camo within six inches of tho great flood in 1670. The riv...

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

THE PLAGUE. . " ;I: - ' SYDNEY?MONDAY. Six days lm\o now passed without: further cases of plaguo in Sydney. This is tho longest period of freedom sinoe the beginning' qf the oufbreak.'. gYDNEY, MONDAY NroHTr A euspocti'd case of plaguo was reported ? at Balmain, but' upon-investigation" it proved to be another complaint. ' It ia now oiglit days since tho last case was reported. BRISBANE, Saturday. Two fatalities from plaguo have oc curred in Brisbane'this woek, and a oouple of fresh oasiy« havo been reported. Several of thepubionts in tho Hospital arc in a bad way. The total number of frosh cases of plague in Queensland from tho first "Utbroak to July 4,'ia 01, and tho total number of deaths , lias teen 30. Brisbane has recorded .26 cases and 11 doaths, and IWckhampton 28 cases and 16 deaths. Tlie«Qiieonsland death rate is 50 per cent, of cases and New South Wales 33 per cont. BRISBANE, MONDAY. Two'inbre cases of plaguo wero reported yesterila^. ono at Kelvin. Grovo and the otlior a...

N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

X S, WALES PARLIAMENT. The Upfjor House paaaecl tho Indocont,, Publications Bill tlirough nil its atagos without nltarntion. :' Tho Assumblyon Thursday wns oripagod diaousBing the Wlmrvos Resumption Bill and aat uritH neaily :0 u'alook on Friday morning. '.Tho Bill was'oventually Agreed .to, In oomniittoov a long dissuasion on su«d.on the shodulo,v-jvii;:..

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

Brief Mention. BRACING weather. CHINESE (fituation serious. ? BoKHsatill very much' nlivo. SCHOOLS rcsumod duties yesterday. LAND Court Board sit on the 17th and 18th inatnnt. FEDEUAL candidates commencing tn Bhow thomselves. Constablo'Brown took up his duties in Tenterfiold on Friday. Mr. T. O'Ooniior, fifth son of Mr. J. O'Connor, Drake, was married to Miss . Carney »t Tinghn last woek. AT the Police Court yestorday fcwo wor shippers at the Shrine of Bacchus, for feited £1 each towards the.revenue. A MEETING of the Caledonian Society will be held to-morrow (Wednesday) night. As the business is important, a full atten dance of both active and honorary mem bers is requested. ' v SiiUKP-farme'rs who preferred' sending' their wool home on their own account last season, are biting their naila. Their re turns in somo eases nro GO per cent below what they could have realised locally. THE Postal Departments of all the Aus tralian colonies except Queensland have agreed to a proposal to est...

WILSONS DOWNFALL. WILSON'S DOWNFALL JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

WILSONS DOWNFALL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESI'ONUENT.) WILSON'S DOWNFALL JOCKEY CLUB. A MEETING of tlio ujiovo Club was held thia evening at the Conch aud Hones Hotol. Mr. D. Cullen, President oc cupied the chair, and briefly explained the object of the meeting, which was to receive the balance sheet and to make arrangements for tho next race meeting. Tlio Treasurer's statement having boon read, showed a balance of £710s 3d to the Club's credit. It was resolved on tho mo tion of Mr. Cullen seconded by Mr. Pacerson that the balance sheet as read be received. Mr. Patorson proposed, and Mr. Husking. seconded, that the next race meeting of tho Wiloon'o Downfall Club tnko plnco on: tho 9th November, whioh was carried. Attention was als» called to a "'straight" in tho Course, when it was decided to. alter it for the next meeting, and £7 is to bo spent in improving the course. Seve ral gentlemen from Rivertree, members of the Club, wero in attendance. A TBI-WF.EKLY MAIL. A meeting was hold at th...

FOOTBALL. Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

FOOTBALL. Association Meeting. A WELI attended meeting of footballers was hold in the School of Arta on Friday night, Mr. E. H. Juergens occupying tho chair. Correspondence was read from the Drake, Deepwater and Wallangarra Clubs. The Socretary was instructed to write to Drake ro the match which, was to have boon played on the 23rd ultimo, explain ing matters and apologising for Tenterfield failing to send n team. A discussion took "place regarding tho Deepwater matoh, it boing eventually resolved to hold tho matter over till next meeting as no vacant dates existed at present, same to be noti fied to Deepwator. The return match With Wallangarra 'was fixed for Saturday noxt. Two nominations wore recoived to fill the vacancy on the Selection Commit tee, caused by the departure of Mr. J. Kyan ,from the district. Mr. Pike was elected. Mr. E. H. Juergens was ap pointed to act as delegate for Drako on the Association. Accounts amounting to ' 16s were passed for payment. The Sec retary ten...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

PIANOS, Organs, Vinlins, Aulohsrpa, Concertinas, Accordeons, Month Organ!,'Latest Songs and Pieces at Sydney Pricec. - W. J. GIBSON, Teutetfield, Agent for Paling and Co., Sydney, Notice. ALL ACCOUNTS owing to Dr. FHEYER must be paid. to. Mr., W EIOAI.l, - So licitor, Rouse-street, Tontcrtiold. ' - Wanted. WANTED to purchase.a Quiet Sulky v HORSE. Reasonable Price. Ap-. ply. - M. GOFF, ^ ' . ^Wallongarro. . Teams Wanted. "VXTANTED TEAMS to draw ROUND VV : and SAWN TIMBER to Tabulain 1 Bridge* A Good Price given. ' -A. 3. BtfTT, V'S Tahulam. - Local'Land Board Office, Armidule, 7th_Jnly, 1900.. NOTICE iB hereby given that Meetings fit the Local Land Boards, undor the provisions of the Crown Lands Act of 1884. will bo held on the datcB, and at the places set forth hereunder:-" The Court House at Ton tor field, 13th Angust, 1900, The Court House at Wilson's Downfall, 16th Angust, 1900. F. G. FJNLEY, Chairman. .. FRXmB CHEAMEBY BUTTER. " The Bushman Brand " 5IA.DE BY THE SINGLETON CENTR...

CORRESPONDENCE. Re Street Lighting. [To THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

OOEEESPONDBNOB. Ha,. Stroot Lighting. [To THE Enrroit OF THE COURTER.'] SlK.-I havo rend with interest and no littlo amuaomont, Mr. Edgnr HiiII'h lottor in Tuesday's issue re tlio above subject, and as it is of considerable importance lo tho people of Teiiterfiold, I would like to correct tho many misstatements contained therein, taking each seriatim. Tho steam engine ns a source of primary power, ifi largo undertakings is fur from declining, and so far ns tho generation of electrioity ia concerned is only superseded by water -power, used to drivo turbine.B to drivedynainoB for said purposes, andoven then, unless.tho water powor is availablo st a short distance from wliero the electric power is required, it is questionable whether it -is ohonper, especially whore coal is choap, than stenui at its first adoption. There are 'so many losses to contend with, line losses from generating' station etc., and tho capital required for mains is so large, that the initial outlay ia much larger ...

The Annual Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

The Annual Conference. - Tliu eighth annuitl conference of dele gates from the branches of the Farmers unrt SiimWh' Association wkb opened by Hi>i Kxcellency. the (governor, at tho Town Hull on Thursday. Since the pro vious cunforenco was held tlie number of affiliated branoh'es bas substantially in creased, so that tho gathering wan about 150 strong. Ix>rd Beauchamp was form ally welcomed on behalf of the KBsnciation by Mr. G. F. Plunkett, the president, and his Excelloncy then in a few words inaugurated the proceedings. The preliminary work, such as calling tho roll and the reading and reception of the annual report, occupied a good deal of time, and afterwards motions submitted by various branches were entered, on. When an adjournment was made to tho following morning the conference was discussing the question ' of converting homestead selections into conditional purchases. This WBB 'agreed to, with an amendment that the area so converted should not exceed the maximum area ...

That Moans Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

That Monns Rheumatism. Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shooting paiiii, {torturing .mneolcp, no rest-, 110 sleep I'lmt in Putin rheumatism. It is a stubborn clis a«e~ao fight hut Chamberlain's Pain Bulnrhas conquered it thousands of: times. ' 'It will do so whenever tho opportunity 1b offered. Try It. Onu application relieve; the pain". For salo liy C. I. Cavnnotigli, Chemist. Woods' Orcnt. Peppnrmiut <'nio for Coughs and Coldg never fai|. lg <J.I. ..

THE NEW YORK FIRE. Appalling Loss of Life. LONDON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 July 1900

THE NEW YORK FIRE. Appalling Loss of Life. LONDON, July 2.. Further particulars of the firo at Hobo kou Dock, Now York, sliotf that;tho ox-, plosion of carbon acid firotl the cotton bales, when 1500 visitors and workraon wore at thu docks. Tlio flames spread with incrodiblo rapidity, burning the Nord Deutchnr's three piora and destroy ing their steamors Saale, Main, Bremen, and Shing Valla. . ' . It i» estimated that botweeri 200 and 400 persons perished. The vessel Kaiser De Grooao was just saved through the splendid czertionB .of the captain and crew- of the Hamburg. The American Company dynamited ono of their piers, thereby saving thoir vessels, and the people on the piers' jumped into the' Hudson River by.hun dreds. The boats and barges rescued numbers," one lightor saying 100. Scores were drowned. Whilo the Saalo and Bremen were being hauled into the stream, men, women, and children could bo seen below shrieking for assistance, which the flames rendered it impossible to give. S...

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