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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

Brief Mention. : RISE in pries of tin. TENDERS culled for more road work. : NICE light, shovvors of ram: on Sunday forenoon. , . « THE corn crops throughout tho district, are looking splondid. BREAD is selling at 2d tho 21b. lonf in Taraworth.. AMATEUR Art Exhibition opens nest > Thursday./. ^ Two candidates announced for West Ward, ftnd two' for tho North Ward. 'APPLICATIONS called for Municipals Valuer., ;..r ; ' THREE largo buildings bovo been,do- - slroyed by firo in Tomora. . . , TKNTEKTIELD branch of tho Farmers and Settler's Association uow in aotire existence. THE now Bank Holidays Act will: not aflect. Anniversary Day which, will bo ' observed as a Bank and Government Holi day.. MB. 0. G. WADE, Crown Proseoutor,.. has been appointed an acting District Court Judge. AT the Canterbury raceB on Saturday i Gameboy.won the Flying HanfiicAp, and . Arquebus II the Canterbury Handicap. two mineral lease applications. 111 the nnmo/jf A. M'Intr>sh,-of 40 acres each, in the paris...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. " R Tin ore is'quoted at 19s. - The Anti-Convention BillPartyholda ~ meeting to-morrow .to - arrange'! as-large public demonstration in favour of sending a dulogate to England to represent their CftUOO. . . ? ?. ? '? _ A pnzo fight took plnco this morning at Cronulla .Bench botweon a home owner ' and an; ox-jockey for £100 asido iu tho ; .: prsenco.of about o'ghty people. The jockoy i-was declared the winner after a ? second roundliad_bi;cn fought. A quanti ty of money changed hands ovor tlio erent. Osman Digna has been eapturod.

THE LATEST. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

?3C3BC3E5 T.A.'OPmiS'g?1. LONDON, Sunday Night. . Later cables stuto that tho battle was continued yesterday with f'irthor successes ori'the part of Gooeral Warren's^ force, If'-ia teported the fire, was? : occasionally very severe.-' Genural Warron's field battory on Sat urdi^y sholled tho northorn, ridges of Spionkop, and the infantry fired at long range,- wliilo the Boers used machine guns and rifles. . Meanwhile a demonstration was made ht tho enomy's front-by the Naval Bri gade, who shelled'the .trenches, silencing tho Boer Artillery fire, and in the even ing the infantry secured an advanced position. ... General Warren bombarded tho trenches on Sunday, capturing threo positions, tllb Lancashire's and Irish Brigado steadily advancing throughout tho day". General Buller reports that General Wnrren was engaged all Sunday, his loft column swung forward a couplo of miles fighting all up hill. 7000 Boors are massed at Coloaberg. . Major-General French has commenced shelling the onem...

TRANSVAAL WAR N. S. Wales Lancers Fall into Ambush. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

N. S. Wales Lancers Fall into Ambush. LONDON, January 18. .Tho, " Standard " has received a cablo .message - from its 'war- correspondent at Ladysmith, giving details of the desperate attack made by. the Boers on that placo on the ,6th' instant. The correspondent states that early on that day the Heidel heiy commando, having evaded tho Bri tish pickete, succeeded in capturing tho outlaying aangarsat Ceaaar'a Camp, on the outskirts of Ladyamith, this being ac complished owing to the darkness, and :to the Boors adopting tho trick of reply ing to the shouts of tho British ofBcors. Scmo confusion occurred, but when day .light rovealed the situation the British guns were brought to beat on tho enemy, '.and. the shrapnel fire prevented thorn bringing up reinforcements. Ultimately tlio Gordon Highlanders and the Manches ter Regiment drove tho enemy back in utter disorder, and many were drowned attempting to cross tho various streams, which had been suddenly Bwollen by a heavy thunderstorm....

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales: ? ; SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOBT. MESSBS. Pitt, Son, and Badgery report as follows to-day:- - About 11,000 slicep were- penned, values being down Bix ponoe per head; Wethers 7s to 12a 6d ewes 7B to l'ls lid; 970 cattle were yarded, tho-market be ing 10s per head dearer. - Best beef worth 20s per lOOlbs. Bullocks, L3 10s to L8 17s; cows, L3 to X7 3s.'

TELEGRAMS. The Bubonic Plague. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

TELEGRAMS. The Bubonic Plague. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. THE American mail ateatuer, MaripoBa, arrived toduy, and was granted a clpan bill of health. Thu steamor when on the voyage out eased up at "Honolulu, but held absolutely no connection with the shore. An Adolaido telegram states that thero ?is more or less severe indisposition with glandular accompaniments in tho attend ants at'the Hospital where the supposed plague patients are being treated. . There have bcon no fresh autbentio cases of plaguo at Adelaide, but a suspici ous case is undor observation, the patient being a boy named Noale, and the house WwhicH.no is living is strictly .quaran tined,

THE TENTERFIEL D [?]ntercolonial Courier AND Faifield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JANUAUY 23. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

\-THL TENTERFfiEl L) |utercoloniitl. Cniuitv ' ? V' . ? . Al*D ' ? ' Paifieid & Wallangarra Advocate . /. . TUESDAY, JANUAUY 23. LOCAL NEWS. Aroitrit'LEABE.-Tho (allowing annual loaso-wasapplied for at tho local Land . Office yesterday:-J. Hurley, 1280 acres, parish Mandle, county. Bullor. AUCTION SALK.-Mr. I. Whereat reports a large attendance at the. sale of Mr. J. Fielding's furniture and effects on Satur day last. Tho whole of the things submit-' tod roalised good prices. DEATH OF A. G. TAYLOR.-Tho death of Mr. A. G. Taylor iB announced on Friday morning at Callan 'Park Asylum, The deceased at one time was ono of our most prominent members of tho Legisla tive Assembly, and of distinguished liter ary attainments, but of late yoarB ho has been lost to public sight, owing.to a fail ing lie, apparently, could not master. HOSPITAL MEETINQ A DJOURNED.-Tho annual meeting of subscribers of the above institution fixed for last Friday night, at the School of Arts did not take plac...

CRICKET. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. BUNGULLA v. CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

. CRICKET. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. BUNGULLA v. CHRIST CHUKCH. THIS match took placo on tho Show ground on Saturday last, and at tho close-of tho, day's .play tho scores stood as followB. Tho match will bo continued ou Saturday next. OHMS® CHUP.oh.-First..Innings. Bentloy, b - Jeffries ... ... 2 Thompson, run out ... ... ... 6 Emanuol, o Bondall, b Joffrios - ... 22 Wyman, b Donnolly ... ... ..... 0: ETorotty o Donnelly, b Donnolly ..." 24 Flynn, b Jeffnos .... 1 Carter, c and bJoffriea ... . ... Scott, b Jeffries ... . . ... 2 W estbury, nob out v.. : . ... . 1 D. Hann, b Jeffries ... . . ... : 0 Colhns, t> Jofftios ... , 1 '..Sundries' -4 Total : ; 65 Bunooiia.-First Innings. Rolph. b'Emanuol- ... ~ ... :... -3 Jeffries, c Wostbury; b 'Wyman . ..... 28 Reid, b Wyman . > ...? r - 8 J. Donnolly, h.o.w., b. Wyman ... . 4 A. J. Donnolly, b Wyman ... ... .24 H. Bondall, c and b-Thompson ... 8 Grant, l.b.w,-b Wyman .6 F. Blak«i, run out .:... . vr. 0 0. Bondall, o Carter, b Thompson ....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

J Do you require* stimulant .hat will cbeer tie mind and invigorate lie system? In the entire list of medi cated cordials i there is nothing as agreeable and beneficial as Wolfe's . tit \ : DCWAflE OF IMITATIONS. Wanted TALLOW, HIDES, BONES, SHEEP SKINS, WOOL, BEES WAX, HORSE and COWHAIR, OPOSSUM and all kinds MARSUPIAL SKINS. I Bin propired to give CASH for the above at extemc rates. Wm. H. EVENIS, Soap Works. Washington H. Sonl &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, 160 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. the Largest, Most ^ aried Stock of Patent Med cities, Chemists' and Druggists' Sundries, and Sur rical Appliances in the Southern Hemisphere Noth lotr hut best quality of Goods kept. Prices arc the LOWEST in the city. WE EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wish to build up their system, banish sleeplessness, give tone to the Digestive Organs, and receive energy and ca pacity for persisteut efforts of mind, the Health In* vigorator, Dr. Pettifer's Compound Syrupof Hypophosphites, Small Bottles, Is 01 each,...

CORRESPONDENCE. Lighten our Darkness. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. Lighten our Darkness. > THE EDITOR OP THE COURIER.) Sin,-Nothing is more desirable to As good Govornment of Municipal progress (apart from roads and ndjunots appertain ing thereto) than tho necessary improve ments in other directions-undoubtedly ouch aslighting tho townandSanitary work. Inconsideringa schemeof lighting, unusual caution is requisite boforo final adoption, and a desiratum approached only aftor a thorough investigation. This is only con . summated by a close examination of the practical working of the various schemes .now in tho market for lighting towns. All this takes time, but in the interim our town is left in darkness. . I cordially agree that some method should bo adop ted, 'such as kerosene lamps, to fill the gap until our Civic Fathers substitute something better. Strangers coming to, and passing through a town, do so with some observation, and. take . notice of ex isting defects', and are tho mediums of advertising the pros and cons of a pla...

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

AGRICULTURAL SOOIETI. THE weekly meeting of tho committee of the above was held on Saturday last, whon there wero present:-Messrs. J. H. Reid (chair), T. Cowan, Kuskey, T. M. Walker, Wilkio, Ropor, M'Alisier, Readett,'W. Reid, Thomas) Hawkins, A. Sommerlad, Scott. Donoghuo, M.. Smith, vV. H. Soinmorlhd, T. Miller, Aubrey, Woolnough, and the Secretary. The minuto9 of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. (1) From A. J. Ross, Brisbane, solicit ing advertisenient of Show for TBOFIODL Tl/nisT. Roforrcd to Printing Committeo, (2) From Singer and Co., Newcastle, regretting their inability to bo exhibitors attho forthcoming Show. (3) From Sydney Wool Selling Broker's Association, stating that tho question of prizes to the Show would bo awarded in a fow days. (4) From Mrs. Montgomery, Emma ville, enclosing'£5 as a deposit for the solo right of running sten'n riding gallery on grounds. (5) From Mr. P. Jeffrey, Mingoola, donating £6 5s for special prizes. (G) From Mess...

WILSON'S DOWNFALL COURTS. SMALL DEBTS COURT. THCBSDAY, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

WILSON'S DOWNFALL COUKTS. (FBOSIOUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.) SMALL DEBTS COURT. THCBSDAY, 18th January. BEFOEE Mr. M. H. Fitzlmrdinge,>*P.M;; Train v. Connoll. Claim £l -15sv,6d;; No appearance of cither party struck' out.. ' - ' " : Ellson v. Connoll. Claim, £3 d6a i6d. . No npnearanco ; Btruck out. ? . ';-*:-£pp

MR. J. FIELDING'S SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

ME. J. HELDIN&'S SUCCESSOR. REFERRING to tho departure of Mr. J. Barn ard from Tamworth, the TAHWOBTHNEWS says :-This week the announcement was made that Mr; Joseph Barnard,, who for very many years,, about 20 we beiieve, has held tho position of acoountant in the establishment of Messrs. Cohen pnd Lety hero, is about to severe his connec tion with that firm, haying purchased for himself a business in Tenterfiold, whore ho will almost at once take up his resi dence. Mr. Barnard' will be greatly -missed, both by his late employers and their constituents,- by whom ho was greatly appreciated and held in high es teem, the utmost confidence being reposed in him for tho honesty and capacity with which he carried out the duties appertain ing'to his onerous position. Not a soul in tho town or. district: but has a good .word for Mr. Barnard. ' To his firm his services have been almost invaIuablo,°qnd the loss of him to Messrs. Cohen and Levy will be almost i.-irreparable.. As a towns...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

Wanted. WANTED at oncc, two good COOKS and LAUNDRESSES. Apply, to. Mf.S7 CAPi'ONI,' ^ . RegiBtry Office. Department of Publio Works, N.S.W., Roads Office, Tentetfield, 22nd January, 1900.. 7TJKNDERS niltliessed to the Clerk of X Pctiy Sessions- at TENTERFIELD, anil endorsed "Tender for Road Work/' will ho received up to 2 p.m. on MONDAY, the 5th duy of Februnry, 1000, for wofrk ou the following RoadsContract Nf>. 24/90* 1900, Wilsons ; Downfall to Rivertrec. Sppuificatio9v:nay .:be seen vftt-the Court House Tenterficld and the Post Office, Wilaons Downfall. W. F; EVERETT, . . . Road Superintendent. Municipality of Tenterfield. TENTERFIEUD COMMONS. 1"1HE ANNUAL MEETING cf Com monera will 'be^held in tho Town Hull on MONDAY, the 29tii instant, at 8 p.m., to receive Annual Report..&<u &o W. S. AUUREY, -. . . Secretary. Tow n Hall, > 22ad^Junuary, .1000., . THE NAKED TRUTH, A ibrcait't. v'tft-ct, trentr.>ent, nnd euro of ail prtTaio dUi-R t b. or InS ...

WARDENS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

WARDENS COURT. - I BEFORE Mr. Warden Fitzhardinge. Wing v. Wing,- objecHoii to registratioU'; of n' dam .? Case. aettled^ . .'V; '? Patrick Hogan, application for: 6U3pen sion of work on mineral claim for three months.; / Granted for one month.^il:;>??

TOWN V. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

. vS; TO Wtf ^.COUNTRY, A match wUl ,b^ :pjayed: at the. Show Ground ;on Fridny^Anaiversary Diiy), between teams representative of tho town and country. Play will commence punct ually at 1 p.m. Following are the teams. Town:-Messrs. Bentley,' Kraho, Kolf, Smith, Curney, Pike, Whereat, B. Fitzhardingo, King, Weignll, Stewart, W.'and 0. Dickson, Baldoy and Werner. Country Messrs, Walker, Reilley, M. Roid, J.. Donnelly, Jeffries, Grant, |Roos, Blulter (2), Leis, Everett, A. J. Donnelly, A. M. White, W. Reading and Rolph. The Wallaroos will try conclusions with a Wallangarra team, at that place on Anniversary Day.

FARMERS AND SETTLERS. ASSOCIATION. Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

FARMERS AND SETTLER,S. ASSOCIATION. . ..-'Election of Offioers. rr"Fas was' «. f'«f «H»nV«r ,"f !"?mb*3! cpnt at ft meeting of the local branch F' ld in tlio School of Arts ^Saturday frernoon for tlio eloction of officers, find ! r tiuaii'iesa. In tlio abscnco of the other buaiiiesa. w Bt,nt)ey), lfU?t,Kng conducted the ballot, I kir V Hamwy as scrutineer. *'l?riK proceeding with the bat ot » .? inn concerning tlio validity of ballot where loss than 12 namos wero « (ho nauei-B for tlio committee, was lc t to S AV. Wlor, one P the vice Presidents, who prided. °? -ntually a motion was carried, to tlio $$thatall .auch payors ba Seated as m-rCballot papers wore then opphed tiSd counto<t thJ votes recorded being,« uo<lcr- , PRESIDENT. \V. H. Bates (elected). ;. v \V. Undoiwood - - ' r TUBABUUBB. ' ' V\" j F Thomas (elected) , 21 J*. Tiohey .. i f SeohbtaRY , f\ J. Tel ft rd (elected) 20 W. Humphrey COMMITTEE (12) ( T Miller 55 _ J. C,rrm > r || i P. Wilkio 1 5a 3...

DRAKE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

DRAKE-. HEWS. , (FBOSI OUR OWM COBBESPOXDEST.) LAST Thursday tho wedding"of Mi. J. P. Tliibuult, 'formerly assayor for the White Kock mine',-and Miss McCrossin, eldest daughter of Mr. . S. MoOrossin, was celebrated at St. Peters Church of England, which' wns decorated by the teachers of tho Sunday School. Bride looked charming in white flowered silk, veil and wreath, nnd - a lovely bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Marian McCrossin in cream cashmere lace trimmed and white muslin hat acting as bridesmaid. The Rev. H. Gr. Smith, Vicar of Tenter-. Guld, tied tho knot under the eyos^'of nearly all the pretty girls in town. Miss Allison, the organist .of tlio Church, played the Mendelsohn Wedding. March. ISreakfast at tho home of the bride's parents. . Good wishes, kiBsoa, laughter, even nsigh or two, a touch of tho whip, and they wore gone. On Saturday afternoon a Quoit Match was thrown oil' opposite? the Australian Hotel by Messrs. Coombs, pf_.Tabulam, nnd Andrew Smith, of Drak...

Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAir.8 ci03n roit Wilsons' 'Downfall, nn.i Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday-anil Friilayj nt!)-30 p.m. Sydney, Glon Innes Armidalp, Jlnitland, and Newcastle, 6-15 p. ID. (Saturdays excepted. .:. ?, - Tubulin). C'naino, Lisinore, and Biohmond Kivor-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noonleave atl2-30p.ro, rimbirrii, and Stoinbrook-Tuesday and Friday, at D-80 p.ni; Leave Wednes day and Saturday at 6 a.m. Drake. Sandy Hill, and Bosaitervillo D.iilyjit 12 noon. Leave at 12-30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday and Friday, at^ 9-30 p.m. Leave, Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11-45 a.m. Wallangarra-and Queensland daily at 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAtIS AHSITB BBOM Sydney, Glen: Innes, Armidalo, West JIaitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 -BO a.m. Ijoonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5'30p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Dally (oxcept Saturdays) at 5-45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Hichinrnd Biver Same as Dralte. Timbarra, and Sto...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD Ui CALVERT'S A fraguXnt LIQUID 0ENT1FRICE & MOUTHWASH, f Tho moat offootlvo preparation for ridding tho mouth of tho aroma of tobaoco, and leaving a pleasant tasto. ' ? Bold in It. 6&, 2*. &£, and 1 lb. 7c. Cd. boUUt ' (English ratd), at ChtmltUand Etoru. [F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 78 Gold <& SUver Medals and Diplomat. 0 Solicitors. JVBGAXi. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitratot, - &"c., Rouso-stroot, - Toatorfloll.: A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS ? ZX. for N. S. Walca, Queensland, awl c'hor colonics. -, ..t' 53L Local Ropreacmtutivo of the ^Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society,' And the National Mutual Life Association ofvjiuaV traUaia, Limited. . . _ Trust Monoy to Loud on Approved Soourity. . P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, Glen Innes. ILL VISIT TENTERFIELD- atid atloud Court when required;. Iieg-a11 . C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, . Proctor,* . Conveyancer, &c., ' HAS commenced "Praotioe ? in Tontoi. Gol...

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