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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

Railway Time Table. .-./ The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenteiv field ;;ai ..7'X0 p.m. ' dall^v SatrHr^Bex v6optodf and for Brisbane aJli*30-~o.ujV dailyj.Snndayg excepted.. - . v. The Goods Train leaves Tonterflelt for, Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and ^ aturday mornings at 6 a.m., add ar ivos from .Sydney-every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. J The faros between Sydney and Tenter field, and T<nter field and Brisbane are as .follow: TM/TEBFIBLD TO SrDNBY. 1st (last, Single ... ...£4 1 0 2nd CJaM« Single ... 2 10 0 Bgfcuri Tickets, available for. < \ Two. Months, . . ... lstClasii £5 12 6 2nd Clai 3 3 10 0 WaLIANGABIU. 0. BlilSDANB. , ; 1st Clasn; Singlo;...*v '197-< . >. . 2nd dais, Single 1 6 .v* v -. lat 'Clasif, Retnrn 2 19 > 2nd Class, Betunr/ .. 1:18 \2:;:

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

LOUDON, July 9. The first brigade of Mounted Infantry, comprising Australians and Canadians lias boon entirely re-equipped. The British forces upder Major-Gene rals Million and Hution encountered 3000 Boors wlio wore trying to injuio the rail way line atJJronker Spruit.. The enemy woro defeated, Qiid the British casualties numbered 33. J, The Portugese authorities are tacitly 'allowing many of the burghers, with large Herds of cattle, to trek to Giizaland. ; News has been received to the offeot that tlio garrison at^Rustenborgi' on thb railway lino westward of Pretoria^ re pulsed a resoluto attempt on the part of Boers to capture the town. . Lioutonant Clmytor, m a letter to the TIMES, reports that Mr. Burdett-Coutts' views regarding the management of the, hospitals aro misleading and .cruel. Ho states that he and 21 mombers of the New Zealand contingent were ourod of entoric fovor at Bloemfontoin, and that every thing humanly possible was done to bring nboijt a restoration of healt...

The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

?X*3xe XaSL-fcOJS-fc SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. . " A young man namedJil'Connell, resid ing at Manly, 1ms been found - to bo suffering from tljo pliiguo. He' was lately employed in local cleansing, opera tions.

That Means Rhenmatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

That Moans Rhomnatlsm. Sore and swollen joints/sharp, shooting. pniiiB, {torturing. muscles, no* rest, up sleep i'hut means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlain's Pain Bulm has conquered it thousands of times. It will do so whenever tho opportunity is offered. Try it. One application, relieves, the.'pain.* For sale by C. I. Cavauougli, (Jhemist. 1

Leech's Gully Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

Leooh'a Gully Union. THE montlily mooting of tho abovuwoa hold at Mr. T. Miller's residenco on Wodnesday evening,, Mr. \V; Goodrich in the chnir. A letter was read from the Unclor-Secretnry of Lands, through Mr. C. A. Lee, M.P., stating tlmt tho construction of a road over Tentcrfield Creok, between portions 454 and 457 was n matter for the Municipal Council. The balance shout for tho past half year was road, showing n substantial credit balance. A motion debarring any "momber from bringing forward any debatoahle matter from liny outsido society likely to cause friction in tho Union was lost. It was resolved that tho Eastern boundary of tho Union bo oxtended to tho street passing tho Bryan's Gap school. It-was resolved to have 100 copies of the Bye laws printed as adopted. The sum of 5s was donated to the Indian Famine Fund. It was resolved to. charge 2J per cent interest on the L5 loaned to the Thatch niaking Machine Company. It was re ported that with tho oxception of the .Ohio Go...

THE PLAGUE SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

THE PLAGUE SYDNEY, Wednesday..-' Thore having been no casos of plaguo for ten days, Sydney can now bo declaied a clean port. ?' I . A fresh case of plaguo' liaa occurred in tho Adolaido Hospital. BRISBANE, Tuesday A Church of England Miniator at Townsvillu has boen found suffering from fplague. ? ^ -

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

Brief Mention. > PLAGUE dying out. , BRIGHT sunshiny weather. THE Viildaros to-morrow night. .CONTRADICTORY roportsfrom China. GRAND Nat ional Steeplechase tomorrow Qaoon assented to Commonwealth Bill. LAND COURT on Monday and Tuesday. QUARTER SESSIONS and District Court on Thursday. FIRE Brigado Band ball next Wednes day night. 'M>i. G. A. CRUICKSHANK, M'.P- 'Invor ell, has announced himself a Fedoral can didate. Woods' Great Peppermint Hiye for Coughs aiiil Colds never'fail." . Is (Jd.. All. R. R. Pritchard has disposod of his well-known show jumper Quondong to n Sydney sportsman, Mid price paid boing £100. . . HALF a century ago on Tuesday tliB turning of the iirst turf of the Australian railway was accomplished TitE rise in the rivor Darling will ensure navigation as far as Bourke, for nt least two months, . . « . ' AT a meeting of ' country'newsbapei* proprietors in Syduoy on Monday it was decided to form an assuciation-fot. the pro-^ lection of their interests. ? As a re...

N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

N. S/WALES" PARLIAMENT. Ill the Assembly on Tuesday tho Pre mier eiiid a: Bill to extend the franchise to women, would he introduced in due course , ' Mr. AusHri Chapman moved the ad journment of the House'by culling atten tion to the necessity for increased expen diture on the roads nnd bridges of tho colony. In his opinion tho annual road voto should bo raised to £800,000. One mombor FUggested that extra-re venue should bo raised through tho Customs. The Premier replied that ho had given His pledge not to .interfere, with the tariff, and ho wns not going to break his word.1 Ho hoped, if tho revenue con-' tiiiued injits present bunyant state, to be aliio to appropriate more money for roads and bridges. . Sir William Lyne said a good deal of damage to the roads had boon caused by tho rccent bad weather. He had always rbcognisod that tho road voto waB not sufficient to moot publio requirements. If tho war expenditure had boon met from loan funds, L250.000 would now bo available for r...

COMMONWEALTH BILL. Date of Inauguration. The Queen's Assent. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

COMMONWEALTH BILL Date of Inauguration. The Queen's Absent. MB. BARTON has cabled to the Promior tint in the House of Lords on Monday <ho Lord Chancellor, Lord Hopctoun, and Lord ICintore, the three Commission ei'ii, announced-the Queen's assent to the Commonwealth of Australia. It U signed in duplicate, and Mr. Barton is bringing . out the duplicate copy, together with the table, the inkstand, and the pen used in signing the commission. AU theso gifts are intended for preservation in the Federal Parliament. It is generally understood that the pro clamation to be issued by thn Imperial Government will probably fix the 1st January next as Lho commencement of the Commonwealth of Australia. ; The Duke 61: A rgyle, tho Earl of Selborno, the Earl of Jersey,, and Lord Hopetoun nre^each mentioned as. being probably appointed first Governor-Gene ral. . ' . . ' - ? Tho Premier says that ^the Federal olec tibns will probably not be held before March next. The Victorian Promier. - h...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

;"E10B> SALE,-Draught Stullion .' Cham \ JC . pion also TboroughVred Stallion y^ThornbixcU/'- For -particulars . apply to ^W.*. J.- GIBSON, Stock aodStatiou Agent, .-Tenterfield.. ? j . - 0. E. Crommelin, M.D. rTAVING succocded to llio practico of JGL > Dr. Fhbyku, - m&y !lie eousulud at the letter's rusidonc3 us usual.- :w . HOURS - 9 to 11 A,$!t - 2 to 4 P.M. " , 7 to 8 p M.* "'Fire Brigade Band BalL A GRAND BALL will bo held in tho Gymnasium Hall on . WEDNES DAY,EVENING, July 18. Proceeds to ho devoted towards tho purchase of uniforms for the Band. . : ' Music supplied by Bind. '. - I Gent's Tiekuta 3s ; Lady's 2a. j A. SOMMEULAD. -t Hon.-rSoorotnry. Forwarding and Delivery Agency. W. J "GIBSON BEGS to announce . that he is prepared .to. DELIVER GOODS nnd PAR CELS to audfronrtho Hallway Station and any part.of the town, _ . W. J. GIBSON, Forwarding and Delivery Agent. Soliool of ' - TENTER FIELD. - T0-1011R0W NIGHT! (Saturday, July 14) Inaugoratioo of-the Largost Th...

UNION MEETINGS. Sunnyside Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

UNION MEETINGS. Sunnyside Union. The monthly meeting whs held at Mr. W. Lnwlor's on Tuesday night, Mr. J. Arthur presiding. Mr. J. ' Murray, Jennings, was welcomed, as anew mem-, ber. Mr. Loo, M.P., wrote promising to do his best re removal of the sidmg rails at Sunnyjide platform. Mr. . J.. D. Williams read extracts from the Sydney papers referring to the progress of tho Conference, after which it was decided to bold a special meeting at Mr. J. Scott's residence next Thursday night to receiva the dologates report on the Conference. Tho action of tho secretary in paying tho" oxpenses of tho dolcgato to Sydnoy with out first calling a meeting, was endorsed. It was resolved to obtain quotations from tho STAR and COURIER for printing byo laws. Tho Secretary was instructed to obtain all particulars relative to tho land ro appraisement question for next meet ing. A stntoment of accounts read showed that tho funds wore in a flourish ing condition. It was resolved that all meetings in futu...

FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

FABMEES'-AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION;' At the Farmers' and Settlers' Conference on Monday, Mp. Stevenson, S o crotary of the New" South Wales Board of Exports said tho Botird'a aim w>is to instruot thu Farmors how to raise produco, and assist them to placo it in tho best markets of tho world;1 \ On Tuesday, it was decided that the law and regulation relating to applica tions and balloting for lands set apart for settlement-, should he amonded by allow ing tho applications to bu lodged on the day aot apart for Bame, at uny Lands Offico intbo colony, instead of the present Bys teni of sending per post. Also, that so lcctora on small areas bo allowed tho privi lege of buying out other homestead se lectors or settlement leases, provided that the areas do not exceed that sufficient to maintain a home. The Conference unnni jnously carried a motion in favor of the "establishment of a Stato Bank. At .Wednesday's sitting an important discussion took place on tho amendment and consolidation ...

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. Company of Scottish Rifles to be Formed. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Company of Scottish Riflos to be Formed. . A SPECIAL general meeting of the mombers of the above Siiciuly wis held at llio School of Aits on Wednesday evening last-, whon there win a fair attendance of members; Mr. J. ForgUsson (the Presi dout)-ocoupying the chair. Tho Chairman explained that the mooting hud been convened for tlio pur poso of considering tho cliiiiil of £l'Js made by tho Agricultural Society for alleged damago dune to thoir grounds, nisi thomatter of considering the advisab Jenoss or otherwise of forming n Company of Voluntoer Scottish Ttifliis. With re gard to the firnt-nentioued matter, ho would like to mention that the day after thoir last' annual gathering ho had en gaged two'fiiup ty clean up tho Society's grounds, knowing full well that if Mr. J H. Eeid could get a dig at the Caledonian Society lie would, and in order to preveint thisho had taken that precaution.- He, personally, hat] inspected tho outhouses prior to tho holding of-the spo...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

Medicaliyien in Paris recommend. the'-use i Qf- warm alcoholic drinks for [the..'cure of INFLUENZA ..." '. -1XD - COLDS. The best, most reliable, and agreeable; remedy for these dis tressing ailments is WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. ' It should be taken hot with a li ttl e lemon at bed time. . WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Is the Purest 5j>!rlt In the World* Wolfe's w Schnapps. TOBACCO Nigger Gul... ... ... Per^k 3a -6d Centennial " . Oil Mtizeppa j» 3s W . New Conqueror " 3s" 9d Yankee Doodle ,, 4s 3<1 Tip TopTiti-Tag " ... (l 3a 3<l THOMAS PEBERDY& SON Dr. Ormiston. Surgeon Dentist, WISHl'.S to announce to hi' Pattlent that lie has REMOVED to Logan i-iect, qppotite Dr. I"rsyer'a rcsidenco. WashingtonH.SouI &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, » ? 160 PITT-STBEET, SYDNEY. Tile Largest. Most "Varied Stock of Patent Med clnes, ChemUltf and Druggists? Sundries, and Sur peal Appliances In the Southern Hemisphere, hoth lng bnt best quality of Goods kept. Prices are LOWEST In the c...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 July 1900

DEATH. WOOLNOUGH — On the 11th instant at the residence of her parents, ALICE LILLIAN, infant daughter of RICHARD     and ANNIE WOOLNOUGH, aged 11 weeks.

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIODT. . - - Tin oro is quoted nt 22s. Gd . . ' ? 'v >\ The Premier will probably deliver his, ; Budget Speech early in August A commercial travollor nftmed Stanley Cr«itliwiiito '\vuB found shot dead in^a rail way carriage near. Brisbano. Suioide.is suspoctud.' While' two- lads wuro:playing .with..a ."«*. guriat CiUiipji'Jown, Victoria,- oneshot:.. the othor dead. | Sevoraicouutiy districts roport ? fallslof snow. j The May6r'tv«8.ti*unsmitted?anotneriin,v;-:;i .1... i.Vnriri"tWftl.n.';;rn>ir«ii:Wnmirii»^:.

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. . : MESSRS. Pitt Son, and Badgery report- as' follows:- ' 898 cattle wpro yarded,- prices- being unaltered; Bullocks L410s to L918s; cows, L3 to L7 Is; Best beef was ? worth 22s per 100 lbs. About 9900 sheep L wore penned, the market being a shilling lower.. Wetliera ?s6d to 18s 9d; owes^9s to 13s. In, local lines Messrs Harrison; Jones and Devlin report that J. . M'Kee'u bullocks avom^'od L7 5s. 4(1; iValker Trustees' Imllooks L7 13a, and A. Stewarts: bullocks L7 0s 2d. . ^ At the Homubush salos on Thursday, A. M. Whito sold 47 bullocks to T/i 1 Ih, averaging L6 17s 10d, 33 cows to 1A 15a,: avg. L4 9s 5d ; Campbell/Bros., Deep-,;; water, 24 cows toL5 13s, avg.;L5 6s\()d;:;; AV. Crisp, Jun, Tonterfield, sold' loxliw 14s 8d, 213 w 13a id, 24; xbe 13s, 110 w lis.:.: . :;v:v:

The Bundaberg Election. RETURN OF MR. GLASSEY. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

The Bundaberg Election. RETURN OF MR. GLASSEY. : SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. MB: THOMAS GLASSEY has boon returned . for Bundaberg, easily 'defeating his op >? ' ponont. Thepulliug was as follows :- . . , GLASSEY7 (Independent) ... 763 H1NCHOLIFFE (Labor) ..347 Majority for Glassoy 416. . .

A Domestic Tragedy. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

A Domestiq Tragedy. ~ ^ SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT> ;^ JOHN PKIDMORE, a resident of Brunswick, Victoria,'allot his wifo dead to-day, and . then attempted to commit suicide. He. ^ is not expected to recover. The couple' ,. Imd boen separated for somo time;;

An Old Civil Servant Dead. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

An Old Civil Servant Dead. " . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. ' Mr. John Rao. formerly Undor-Storofary ' for Works, vand one of the oldest ideriti- > ;? ties of the colony; died yeaterdaiy, aged W.: ; y

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