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Casino-Lismore Railway. An Advance Step. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

Casino-Lismoro Railway. An Advance Step. IN tlio Legislative Assembly on Thu^d^y evening* on tho motion of Mr. (VSulli van, Ministor for Works, tho expediency of carrying out the lino of railway, from Cusino to Lisinoio, as recommended by tho Public Worka Committoo^jyns agreed to. ; ...

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE CHINESE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

OUR SYDNEY LETTER'. THE CHINESE TROUBLE. The crisis in China, with its accompany-, ing contingency of fericuR .-'foreign com-' plications, olici! more renders it desirable that Great Britain and her coloniesshall present u ljold front to \ the' ..world. The (Ministry, therefore, havo another chaiiee of obtaining distinction, and . it will bo strange indeed if wo do not have ore long to salute "Sir" John See nB well as " Sir " Win. Lyno. Evon more than was tho case in South Africa, tho Imperial Government desire moral rather than material support, and the assistance to be tendered is chiefly connected w'th the Navy. Three vessels of tho Australian squadron have .already been despatched and oxtonsivo volunteering is going on in the Navel 'Brigade, Bubject, however, to the condition that tho pay shall bo on tho Australian and not 011 Imperial lines. This consideration itself, seeing that an Australian volunteer expects three, or four times. as much pay 'as a British Tommy Atkins or " S...

DRAKE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

DRAKE NEWS. FR ; (FROM, OUR OWN COHRKMPOHVENT*) ? .;Mi»lKb. matters are nut very brisk'bn the ..field-tit present. A revival however ap {pears fri havo not in ill tho direction of .'the old MiiBCotto mine, and work has been resumed on one of tho M iscotto blocks known 'as Peterson's. Messrs. Carroll, ?Kay, and Stoy have boon working there . for a little/over a nionth, mid the result, of their operations is that they have now' ready for fnf'.vardiiiont tn Cookie Creek something like six tuns of ore," which is expected to yield between' 300 and 400 ounces of silver to tho tun. Assays of small pircols of tho ore have yielded as much as (!00 ounces to the ton. The ore deposit so far as it has been proved shows that it is likoly to continue to some depth. It does not however appoar to ha a true fissure lode, hut iii.Tuly a vein tiaversing a porphyry d.ke, and tho richest ore occurs in bunfhei. The stone when broken allows small patches of motallic Bilvor ill a capillary form. Messrs. Raa...

LETTER FROM THE FRONT. News of Lieutenant Lee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

LETTER FBOM THE FBONT. Newa of Lieutenant Lee. THE following interesting letter regarding our young soldiers And of affairs in South Africa lias been received by Mr. Lee, M.P. from a friend who is at present travelling through the sent of war, and will be. read with much satisfaction by the friends of the N. S. W. soldiers Capo Town, . 12th June, 1900.. Dear Mr. .Lee,-I have boon intending for the lust fortnight to write a line to let you know that I had been to see your son in the Hospital at Bloemfontoin, but what with travelling and being knocked about-generally I have i.lin.d but liftlo opportunity. I found your son had been terribly ill from enteric fever, and the Doctor told me thutho had for somo time b»en almost a dead man, but that since then he had boon making satisfactory progress and ho hoped for a thorough recovery; This is a fortnight ago, and I have not been able to obtain any news of him since. The Dr. would only allow me to speak-to. him for. a few minutes, but I le...

Australian Federation. The Governor-General. Lord Hopetoun Appointed. SYDNEY, Saturday 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

. Australian Federation. The Governor-General. Hopetoun Appointed. SYDNEY, Saturday 4 p.m. ?*;: 'Lord Hopetoun lias been*?"appointed 'first -Governor General of Federated Australia. - ;Ari unique demonstration took place at. Albury on Friday, when tho' residents of Wodonga, "Victoria, also joinod in the ?celebration over the Cmmiionwoalth Bill. Qroat enthusiasm prevailed. And gratifica tion expressod that nil Intercolonial barriers wore broken down. .. v Spe»IcSn(t at Albany on Friday Mr. Denkin, Victoria, emphatically denied that tho eastern colonies desired to ox ploit West Australia, and strongly urged that colony to join the Commonwealth. 1'he Paris ' Lo Temps,' referring to tho Australian Common weal i b, says that a great nation has been born, and predicts that Australia will yet clai-n absolute in dependence. Mr. Ueid says that it stands to common : senso that tjio numbor of-members in the State Parliament must be reduced whon : Federation uomcs.

District Surveyor for Armidale. Mr. T. W. Conolly Appointed. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

District Surveyor : Armidale. Mr. T. VP. Conolly Appointed. ; Tiie undermentioned lottor; rbferi ing to tho appointment of a District Surveyor for Armidale- has boon handed to us for public - fori by Mr. 0. A. Lee, M.P. It will be noted that 'an effort' is being made to have a salaried officer appointed, for Tenterfield district: Department of Lands, . ' Sydney,. 12th July, 1900. Sir,-fin reply to your poraonal in quiry, I'have the honor to .infjrm you that tho Public Service Board have re commended that Mr. T. W. Oonolly, District Surveyor,- Bourke, be transferred to the vacant position at Armidale. Tlio papers in the case are now before the Executive Council for approval, and Mr. Conolly has boon directed to pro ceed to Armidale aB soon as one or two formalities, which are not expocted to occupy much time, can ho completed." With regard to the question of'ap pointing a Salaried Surveyor-in'the Ton terfiold district, Mr. Conolly is expected to mako a special report on the matter wh...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

'aken~ Hot Medical Menin Paris recommend the-'use of.: warm alcoholic drinks for . the cure of . INFLUENZA ' -AKD-.' COLDS. The' iSest, most reliable, and agreeable remedy for these dis tressing ailments is ^ WOLFE'5 SCHNAPPS. 'It should be taken hot with a little lemon at bedtime. /?* . WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Is th« 'Purest Spirit In the World. Wolfe's.T Schnapps. TOBACCO Nigger Gul per lb 3a 6d Centennial " u. 2s 9d Mazeppa ... ... ..i » 38 Del Now Conqueror ... ... ,, 3s 9d Yaukec Doodle ... .. ,, 4a 3d Tip TopTin»Tag ... " 3s 3d > THOMAS I'EBERDYA SON Dr. Ormiston. Surgeon Dentist, WISHES to auoounce to hi' Pattleot that he has REMOVED to Logan* 0'icet, opposite Dr. -Frsyci's residence. WashingtonH.SouI&Co. Great Drug Emporiums, 100 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Iaq Largest, Most Narled Stock of Patent Med cines, Chimins' and Druggists' Sundries,and Sur glcal Appliances In thp Southern-Hemisphere. Noth WE EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wish to build up their system, banish sleeplessne...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

w Wanted. AMTFJi a Good FARMING MAN. Apply to PETER JEFFREY, ' ? ., Mingoola.. For Sale. FOR SALE CHEAP, a 8*onnd Hand LADY'S BICYCLE, in giiod order. Apply first lattanoo Office of this P-ipcr. P. A. M. Hospital. rpHE USUAL "QUARTERLY MEET 1. ING of the Committee of the above Institution.will be held at ill a .School of Aria THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING at 8 o'clock. '. . . liuaiii'-Bi: General. G. W. BENTLEY, Hoo. Secretary. ? " Department of Publio VVoike, Sydney, 12th July, 10U0. A TTENTION Is.! directed to GAZETTE XX Notice inviting TENDERS for the ERECTION of POLICE STATION, AC CACIA CREEK. Tenders will be received up to the 6th AUGUST, 1900. . E. W. O'SULLIVAN. 6d-3. . . ' , £5 Reward. THE above reward wilt be paid to any person for information, that will lead to the convictiou ot any person or jiereoua" breaking locVa on gates, or breakiug fences on Cliftou Ten Mile, or 8-Mil® Paddocks. : ' J. G. BOXWELL,. , Manager, Clifton, )3tli July, 1000. For Sale, j FURNITURE, &o. I ...

The Mother's Favorite. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

Thb Mothor's Favorite. . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the mother's favorite. It is plcusunt ami safe for children to tako and always cures. Il ib 'intended cspcciully for coughs, colds, croup awl whooping cough, and ia the beat mcdi cinc nmde for these diseases. Thero is not iho least dunger in givfn? it.to children for at contains no opium or other injutinua drug tud ?iiay he given as confidently to a babn as toauudiilt. For sale by C. I. Cavumjugh, Cliemipt. * Mh. A. J. COTTON has bought Powla tbnnga, station, 20 miles from Charter* Towers, with b89D cattle aud 200 horbtja. for £7400. It is better to bjy onn bottle of FAULD; ING'S EUCALYPTUS OIL, than half a d Men of any other braud. Try it, and prove It for "yourself. Sydney Office, 16 O'Connt-U Streot.

A GIGANTIC ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 July 1900

A GIGANTIC ORGANISATION./1 A MOVEMENT of a gigantic character 1ms started in America, the objoe.t of whioh is to organise tho farmurs all over tho world in a scheme to regtflato production. All the fanners of tho world in.a sort of niter national trust to rcstii"fc tho production' of wheat and rnisu pricca is tho plan which it in hoped to curry into t'flecb* at tho international agricultural confereiico. to be held in Paris from tho Oth to thi) 16th .July. (It it) proposed , to aak the farmers of the world to reduce their wheat output 20 per cent, and nob. to sell/a bushel for Joss tlian 1 dol. Mrj J. .0, Hatiley, of St. Paul's, executive agent of tho farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, tho National . Cotton Growers'. Association, the Fanners' Federation of the Mississippi Valley, and tho National Grain .Growers' Association; is/the chief' promoter .in the. agricultural truBfc ^in. America, and Professor. G. RuhlamV of the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, is tho chief promot...

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales'. ? , SYDNEY, THOKSOAY NIQIIT. MESSRS. Pitt Son, and Badgory roport an follows:- -jr c ? ? " . 131'J cattls w.*ro yarded, tlio nnrkot be ing a Bliado lower. Bullocks, \A 10s to LO 13s ; cows, L3 10s to LO 10a. Best beef worth 21s Gd per lOOlbs. . "About 2(j,000 Rlieop wore penned, tlio, market being unaltered. Wethers, Oa Od to 18a GJ ; *eweu, 8a to Us. , In local lines, Harrison, Jonos, and Devlin report: Walker Trustees bullocks nvurnged 1/7 19a Od; und Stewart and. Smitli'tf'bullocks averiged L7 12s (id, and cows L5 9i. . , ? ?

The Commonwealth THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

The Commonwealth . THURSDAY NIGHT..*. . ;: The Victorian Pi'omior has tolegraphed expressing the cordiul agreement of hia colony with the deoision of tho Imperial. Goverri'riont. tp iuttugurate ..tho Common woalth in Syduey. - The Melbourne A ROCS says that it cari riot- imagine that ivBingle'.'.-Federalist will objecfto tho -cjjoico, of Sydney for the inauguration of the Commonwealth ; nor. ?will tlicro be nn audible or inaudible pro tost if the Governor-General sends , for Mr. Barton .'to; form tho first Federal ?Government. But even if there were no Mr. Barton, the original Pra'rniorahip i would bo'.UHgradgingly oonoedod to New South Wulea by tho :other colonies.

Late Parliamentary. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

Late Parliamentary. THimsoaY. Just before tlio adjournment of-tho issembly this morning, tho Premier said that some Hurt of h' memorial would bo erected in Sydney to murk tho landing of tho Governor-Genortil. - - . . THURSDAY Niamt.; In tho Assembly this afternoon, tho Frontier said that ho would probably in troduce u bill during the present Parlia ment to prevent inombeca of tlio New South Wales Legislature ntao.uooupying' seats in tho Fodoral Parliament: ? Mr. A. H- Griffiths asked whether tho Government had considered the question of despatching, troops to China for tho protectioiisof the people who were being: outraged and murdered. v Tho Premier ? replied that he would possibly submit tho whole question to Parliament.

Junior University Examination. TWO LOCAL CANDIDATES PASSED SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

Junior University Examina v tion. ? N TWO LOCAL CANDIDATES PASSED . - T SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHTS iJamea R^i'aber'd.Vj.and Oswald YV. Scott have passed the Junior University exami nation. :{Both'candidates wero pupils of the local Sup'erioriPublic School, and wo offer congratulations to our young towns men on their success.]

A Successful Jockey. WINS [?]ERY RACE, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

? - - Vi-JNaKyui'lYn-ACfi, . .Si"°»NKV, Tirij'.siiAv. Kliinavi Ak the Nowciibue ruco uimikiug yistardaj;, tlie.Jookey. S.iOalliaan. rocle tliQ winner of; every race of the diiy.

Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY JULY 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

- Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY JULY 22. Ommcu OF ESOLAND.-Tenterfield-11 a m' and 7 P,in. Barney-Downs at 3. llevt II. G. Smith .' WESLKTAS CHURCII.-Tenterfleld, . 11 a.n>. and 7 p.tn. Scrub at 3 p.m. Rev. M.U. Parkinson, PFTKSIITTBITIAN OIIC'RCII.-TenterfieM 11 ft.ni. and 7 p.in. bv the Rev. Dill-Mack}*. ' BOMAN OATIIOMC Ciivitcn.-Mossat &S0a.m. 'and. 11. a.m. B»ncdiction at 7.30 by the Bev, Father - Corooran.

Northern Train Service. ALTERATION FROM OCTOBER. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

Northern Train Service. ALTERATION FROM OCTOBER.' SYDNEY, TIIUBSIIAY NIQHT. THE northern'i ruin sorvico will be al tered from 1st October next. Tho Bris bane train will he split into two divisions, 0110 leaving Sydney ut 5'25, and the other .at 7*20 p.m: Tho double service. will ben distinct boon , to tlio northern districts. ... .

DRAKE SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

DRAKE SERVICES. CHURCH OP ESOLAND.-11 rura. Evening SONG 7*80 piu. By Mr. Cecil. , .* ' WESLKYAN CNT'RCii.-11 turn. and 7 pm. (supply) by Air. Morton * ,

The Central Division Leases LAND FOR SETTLEMENT. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

The Central Division Leases LAND FOR SETTLEMENT. ' SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. -The L:inds Department liavo approved of tho subdivision of 1,75Q,000 n«rcs of' tho, Central Divisii n Lenses. Portion of this will soon be open fpr settlement. _

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. Wlieat, 3a Flour, L6 5B to L6 10a . Ohicliwlicnt, 2s 3d to 2a 5d . Chuff, L210s to fj3 10s . Potntoi'B 1-2 to L2 IBs ? Maize, 2s 5d to 2a Cd Outs, 2s 2d to 2a 4d Lucerne, L210a to L3 Butter, croaniery, la; factory, Is; diiry, lOd.

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