Elephind.com contains 39,707 items from Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier And Fairfield And Wallangarra Advocate, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE TENTERFIELD Interrolonial Comier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JULY 20. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
THE; TENTERFiEl D |ntcrrolornial Coium AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JULY 20. LOCAL NEWS. DEATH OK Mn. M'ADOO. -Tho death is announced of Mr. Ordhcus M. M'Adoo well known aa tho manager of tho Jubi lee or Fisk Singers, and lately of the M'Adoo Minstrels. Mr. M'Adoo had been ill for some time. He was aged 42 years, and leaves a widow (professionally known as Miss Mattie Allen). ME. ' A. E. CARTER REMOVED.-This gentleman, who has been assistant road superintendent hero-"for a number of years, lias been removed to Albury. Mr. Caiter was a thoroughly practical officer, and we hope that his transfor will carry with it substantial promotion. v The name' ; ;: of his successor is not yo.t kno$n.' " QUARTER SKSSIONS AND DISTRICT COOIITI? -Owing to his Honor Judge Heydon be ing detained at' Inverell, the District Court to have been held yesteiday, was ' formally opened and adjourned till 12 o'clock to-day,, when the only ease th'at of W.. Crisp, jun., v. C. Bonnor, alie...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
. SCHOOL OP ARTS. TUB amiunl gorieral meeting of subscribers .'toithe-above Institution was held lust night, Mr. W. Reid .(President), occupy 'ing tho chair. The report of tho Secre tary and Treasurer, also balance sheet " wore read and adopted. The following "officers were clected'for tlio ensuing year : -President, W. Reid; Vice-Prcsidont«, Rev. P. Corcoran and Mr. J. H. R-iper ; Secretary, J. L. Keif; Treasurer, S. H. Dowe. All the above were elected un opposod. There wore nine nominations for the "committee, tho following gentle man being electedMessrs. J. Donoghue (17). C. W. Readett (17), G. fcobsey (1C), R. .E. Walktr (10), G. Steinbeck (10), and E. W. Whoreat (12 votes). A full report will appear next issue.
China Declares War against Russia. LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
China Declares War against N Russia. 1,, / LONDON, ,Tuiy 18. ' Tho fate of the Foreign Ambassadors at Pekirt; is still'uncertain. .The,Viceroys, of Nankin, Wiincliung, mid other;officials deny the truth of the uKiHsucrey, And im plore the 'troops to spare Tientsin ;; but': owing to the silence of tile Ambassadors the reported massacre is generally con sidered true. China 1ms olficially declared war against Russia. Tho latter ie mobilising a quarter of a million troops for ' tho borders: of Manchuria. ; The:Chineso have poized a Russian boat with ammunition near Aigun; tilling tho* oso»rt. ' -""r" 'i' .'r-' Y Tho Chinese'have bombatdeid a Russ.ian Fort near Oegu'enr and (tverivlrelmed the garrison. ' ? ;?. -.>. In the attack on Tientsin Station,--the Japaneso lost till:their oHiqers, besides 80: men. . ; The entire Japanese fordo now num bers 22,001). . . - 40 foreigners and 100 native ohriHtiaris were killed at Shanui. 100,000 Chinese trcops with Mauser rifles, and tho most moder...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
Railway Time'Table. iThe mail train for Sydney loaves Tentor - ^.fleld.-at* 7?10 pan. daily, Satr/^rys ex-, ? ceptod. find for -Brisbane. u. li'SO"&lt;utn;r v . ^ daily, Sundays exrapted. . The Qoods Tram leaves TenterfleH for ; ; Sydney ©very Tuesday, Thursday, and --v. : aturday mornings at G a.m., and ar ; v- .. IVCB from Sydney ovory Monday, Wed / .v ' nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. .. . The fares'botweon Sydney and Tentor ; v = - field, and T(nteifiol&lt;T and Brisbane are as : follow: V - /. TBIITBBFIBLD TO SYDNEY. let (lasr, Singlo ... ... £A 1 0 : 2nd C'laM, Singlo 2 10 0 Jtefcuri Tickets, availo&le for Two Months. - latClasii ...-X5 12 0 - - 2nd Clara . ... v .. ... 8 10 0: . v. Wali avqauua: o BBISDJNB. ' lafc Clas&lt;t, Single ... v ... JB1:.19 ^..gnd Clttis, Single m.: 1 .1- 5. : lsfc Clasti, Befcurn'...,: ... t .2 19^ ;;r; . .2nd Clafls. Return ... 1.18 v2 . . . .
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
Post Office Time Table. .vi.-'/V" j' MAILS CLOSE FOB ?.?yWilsons' Downfall. nod Boonoo Boonoo, '.t . . 'j . " - Tuesday and Friday, utfl'30 p.m. - Sydney,Glen Iunes Armidale, Maitland, and Newcastle, 6*15 p.m. (Saturdays -y« . excepted. , Tabulnm, Ca«tno, Lt8more, and Richmond : - Hiver-Daily, except _Sunday, at 12 y : ;, ' , - noon; leave at 12*30p.m, v . v 'ftobaTra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday and h " . ..>. Friday, at 0*80 p.m. Leave Wednee* ;" . day and:Satnrday al«6 a.m. -:.* v ,. Drako, Sandy Hill, and Bossitarville > ' i Daily at 12 noon.; Leave at I2'30p.m. .. Bonsliaw-Monday and Friday, at 9*30 ,f &lt;s ' p.m.' Leave Tuesday and Saturday 'at5 a.m. .»?*? Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and.Friday at 31*45 . a.m. - ' . " . Wallaugarra and Queensland daily,-at .. . . .10'80 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) ' ; . ' ' MAILS ARRIVE FROM . : . Sydnoy, Glen Innes, Arraidale, West Maitland; and Newcastle-Daily (ex ?; ' / cept Sundays) at 1150a.m. ? - . Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilaou's Downfall ^ Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
v 30-Gumea BIG VOLE (Ladies' OP Gen(s') -FRhE 30 y, PIANO FiiEE. 30' , GOLD WATCH (Ladies' OP Gents') Free 30 r " SEWlNCV MACHINE FltEE. TRIP to tlie PAKIS EXHIBITION of 1900, ALL EXPENSES PAID, VALUE SO Guineas, FREE. ' IN order tc increase tlic circulation of tho WOMAN'S,WoRLD'we have made arrangements '.whereby any subscriber may gain a ladies' bicycle, value 30 guineas, u gentleman's bicycle, value 30 guinpas, a 7-octavo walnut piano, Value30 tpttiue&B,' a gold wnleh ladies' . or seutlemeu'h value 30 guineis, wiihout any cost beyond tlio subscription money. This ' system in not Intended for the idler-to receive something for nothing-but Tor those who are willing to use alittlo cleverness in their spare time, for-which ihey reoeivo iheso hand cotne prizes. C arriage paid to your door. ! . If you want any of :he articles named anovo you can procurc (hem by becoming a aubf icriber to the WOMAN'S WORLD. This mukes you.eligible to participuto in our method o procuring the art...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE, CALVERT'S AFRAOHANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASH, Tbo most ofTootlvo preparation . for ridding tlio mouth of tho aroma of tobacco, and leaving a ploasant taste. *%[» U. &lt;W. 5U. &L, and 116. 7*.6d boUlu (BnffUAraU»),atCknUttiandBtor*$, " F. C. CALVERT & CD, MANCHESTER. * 78 Qold A Silvtr Medalt and JHptoma*. # SoJloltors. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitratoi, &c" ??Rouso-stioot, - Tontorfloli. v ; TT\URING : wy temporary absonco ID ~:_I W South Africa my affairs will'ho car* . ricd od nud my business munnged by Mr.»i H- W. Weigall, Solicitor, Commissioner fo i Affidavits &o. . /. , Trust Moaoy to Lend oa Approvod Soonrlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor,., - Glen Innes. w ILIi VISIT'TKNTERFIELD attend Court when required. Legal." 4 C. Wood, Readett, ?Solicitor, Proctor, ; Conveyancer, i &c., - :'TTA8 commenced -.Praotioe- fa?'Teniei . JidL" field, next door to £1r..J. Folding's Storfc, -j f- Money to, Lond on. a...
20,000 Native Christians Massacred. THE PEKIN VICTIMS. URGENCY FOR COMPLETE RETRIBUTION. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
20,000 Native -Cfirtstians Massacred.^ M , , THE" PEKI& TIGRIS..' "* URGEKPV FOH COMPLETE-RE TRIBUTION- . . . LONDON, July 17. The Chinese reoccupied tlvo cihidel. of Tientsin, compelling the A11ios to retire. The -tatter's. casualties were 225 , killed.. The assault on the citadel lasted ull day, and was finally captured by-the ^Allies. , . ;Iiitense excitement prevails throughout America,"and the European'. Powers are unanimous! with regard to the urgency of complete rotribufiou. ' ;':: : ? The victims in the Pekin uiassacro in clude 25 ladies,, 14 children, Customs officials, student, - interpreters/ and tlio American ; and German Minrafcera with their wivosr - . ? ; The Powers aro taking concortod action for the appointmont of a Commander-in Chief of the Allied forces. . 20,000 native Christians in; Honftfi arid Huper wero umssaored within'three days; with' ghastly tortures. ... Tho Governcss of Honan .'aiid - Shansi have-joined the " Boxers." - It is.estimated there; ar...
THE CHINA WAR. Particulars of the Pekin Massacre. THE SURVIVORS ROASTED. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
Particulars ; of the? Pekin , Massacre. THE SURVIVORS "ROASTED. ? -LONDON, July 10. Tho Peltin Legations madba'gallant re sistance, but-Hndmg- the position liopoleRS they sortiod, killing -200"Chinese. Tho latter then bombarded, and demolished the buildings, the surviving inmates be ing roasted in tho ' blazing ruin's.' It is buHoyed tho. massacre occurred on the night of tha 30th Juno. Whon the de fenders found their..' position liopolesa, thoy shot their wcm.cn mid ohildron, and the men fought desperately until all perished by the sword of tho " BOxere," who mutilatod the'dead, exhibiting their hciuls in the streets. The native Chris tians were then outraged, tortured, nnd butchered. An Italian Bishop und two Missionary* &lt;it Boudan - woro killed by tho uiob. .. Another report of the massrtcro says that tho Foreignem armed with revolvers formed a hollow Equate, with tho woman and childron in) the centre, thli Chinese guns mowing them clown. The "Boxers" atahbod many of -...
P. A. M. HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
P." A. M. HOSPITAL. Tub &lt;juartorly mot'ting «f tho committoo of tho above institution rai hold at tlio School of Arts on Tucsduy evening lust, when " thero. were present: Messrs. T.; Peberdy (President), Juergoim, I., E VV. and. C. P; " Whereat, T. M. Walker, Dowe. ond tlio Secretary (G. W. Bentley) Tho minutoR nf tho previous mooting wore read und confirmed. v. 'J . 'CoriREBPONIlF.NCE. ' . ? Lotters wore received from Mrs. W. 1 H. Walker.and T. Walker, acknowledg ing receipt of lettor of condolence and accepting position of Trusteo respectively. " RESIGNATION op MEDICAL OwiCF.it. A. letter'was. read from Dr. Freyor, resigning his position as Medical Officer owing to having exchanged practices with Dr. Crommeilin uf Cainpbelltown,' and also' thinking the committee for-'the uniform kindness extended towards him. A letter wis also rend from Dr. Orom molin, applying "for tho position of aurgoon to the Hospital. ? On tho. motion of Mr. Juetgensr aa conded by-Mr.' X. Whereat, ...
Beat Out of an Increase of His Pension [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
Boat Oat of an Xrioroaso of Hls Penslon A Mexican war veteran apd prominent editor writes : 'v Seeing I lie advertisement of "Chambetloin's Colic,.Cholera rfml Diarrhoea. Remedy,! am reminded tnab as ti soldier iu Mexico iu'47 and'48, I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and tliia remedy vhus kept ino from getting an increuso in my pension for on every renewal u dnso of it rfBtonte^me.-' It is unequalled an a quick cure fordiarrhoou and is pleasant and aufo to tuke. For sale C. 1 Cuvuriouqh, Chemist. TO THE DEAF.-A rich lady, cured, of he»- DoitiiK'flS anil Noises in tho lleiid l»y I)r. Nicholson's Artificial ISnr Drums, , gavo £5,000 to hi* liibtiui:c, to that deuf people, nnatdu to procure the l^ur Drums may have them free. Address No, 377i>. Tho Nicholson InB'itut*;' Loagcott, ./ Gubnors bury, London \V» ^ \
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
Brief Mention. DISTRICT Court to-diy. V ADCTION salo to-morrow. ... .. . FOOTIIALI. matches to-morrow. JUBILEE Singors on Monday night.-. ?, . WKUNESIIAY bitterly cold,t^vitlra recotd frost nt night. . . : A DHONK was fined 1B or tho rising nt the Court.yesterday. WAR doolared. . . BETWEEN China and .Rusaia.v" . THE Chineso are well "prepared for tho strugglo with tho allied Powers. MOBK contradictory reports concerning fiito of foreigners at Pekin. AT tho Newcastle races on Wodneaday Moravian won the High-Wetght lit.indicip and Park Stakes. ' : ? ? MR. Gimbletto was- married to Miss Parker, of Drake, on'-JVednesday last by the Rev. H. &lt;3. Smith. AT tho Hawkesbury .ractss lori Wednes-, day, the ..Handicap ,,ivas; won by Pax, Ambition second,and GJenor'e lhird. . .THE second reading; ok-ttV Wonions'1 Suffrage Bill was carriod; in .the Victorian -Assembly oh Tuesday ,by 67 votes - to 26. TilE death is announced of 6ho llev.' Abbe Scliurr, aged ,?3 years, vicar-gene-: ral of...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
MUNICIPAL, COUNCIL: THE fortnightly mooting of tlio Council wns hold lust night. Presont: Aldormen Boid (Mayor), Juurgcns, Walker, Kelly, WhoreiJt -and Roper. Tlio minubbs of the previous moebing were read and cbnfirniod. ? /. CORRESPONDENCE": " . (1) From tho Under Secretary for Public Works intimating that a further special.flood grant for stroota and roads had been approved, and would bo inclu .ded in tho noxt osHmates. (2) From Secretary Ballina railway league seeking co-operation in tho offoit tu gut.a lino 'from Ballina to Lismore.' Clorlr.to write expressing sympathy with, and support, to tho object. . 1 ., * ClERK's JiErOET.., The report of the Clerk of Works for tho past fortnight, also pay shoot,' was read and adopted. . FINANCE.' ': The Finance'Cominitteo re'commcnded. p lyiuent-of &lt;v number of accounts tabled at last ineoting. . An accouut. from tlio CiooittEtt for L10 10* was referred to that bi>dy. SUGGESTIONS FROM THE AUDITORS Iucluded in tho corresponde...
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY 17TH, JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
POLICE COUET, TUESDAY I7TH. JULY. \ Bbfobb Major Fitzlinrdinge,. P.M., W. Roidaud E. VV. WlioreatM'u.L.B. . - .} Sx.i Groo Seliino. Police v. Sik Jong, information for sly grog soiling at M'Leod'B Creek, district of . Drake. 1 Mr". 0. W. Readett appeared for de fendant. Senior-Sergeant Hicks, Licensing .In spector, deposed that he laid the informa tion, and had known t)io defendant for 2 or . 3 years. Had had several com- ' -plaints that ho wasengaged in sly grpg selling. , Senior Constable Stumbles, Drake, de posed on oath that on 8th July ho pro ceeded to Mcleod's Creek, and there saw aOhinamau named Charley Wong.'"'After-' a conversation, searched him and found ' ono shilling and u pocket knife. Gave liini 3 two shilling pieces,, marked, and sent him to defendant's storo to get a bottle of grog. On his return from the storo took a parcel from him aud searched, him again, and found a two shilling piece, marked. Produce the bottle Charlry Wong brought from defendants. (The bottle w...
FIRE BBIGADE BAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
FIRE BBIGADE BAND BALL. TUB bull organised byjlie members of tlie abovo Bund for tho purpose of raising fund; towards the purchase of uniforms, took place in the Gymnasium Hall on Wednesday night, tho attendance being well up to the standard of such functions. The uight being cold, was admirably adapted for this class of recreation, con sequently thoso present enjoyed them selves well. Mr. A. Sonimerlad had charge of the ceremonies, performing his duties in every way satisfactory to the dancers. The music was supplied by tho Band, and soveral lady volunteers (piano), .while refreshments wore liburally pro- ? vided and paitaken of during the. .pro-': ceedings. .* . /.
LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
"" IANL COURT- ' : FJHSTDAY-TVESDAY; ? ?: '?''?''CJVslVnd ffis' "f "rplioanta for oduIic/liWh u ,u©n\ Jh0 following . dKr-wnii" rr8^''tt,,d S*v«°A 1 n Av". rn. : i- -"""'"lory, Albert hon-'waAlb&lt;!rK A' ?lmU(,Ior- whoso applies? I tion was-Bent on fur .survey of 140 acres na shown by red edging ".s. X)W - Deposit to be refunded to unsuccSi applicants. cr. 00.54 of 410 aCre8 ls .. , A'bo sent on for survey. 00D3 Om^r?naiiiyV U'' Ch 0052 anI UUod. Survey direoled as applied for «"n onSB »T by yollniV !>»tl brown edg 8«n on u.gvf]|ft&lt;/rfini. 6 Inquiry as to the priority of nmili 670 p">- Hu'"c.9t^1 S«lTti«n area No b/0, Portions 21, 22, 23, pwish Parkoi County Cough. -The following ahlicanta pJvi ,UVi^nM;-P"lri^ KieS . Se^? Patrick .Kiernan, ,Jun, ,|"meS Rnmsav w?ry nTry Gi,wie; Ottfi Prl n- , l:l,ftrl«s Mouln, P TT " - ?,U°'VV'tlu"'K Rae". Jin.os -Thnnii' } Wallace,. Son,. T'?. de,°I,ded ll'"- tho following apphcants should go totl.u ballot for po® *?.us Pat...
N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900
.. N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. : In the Legislative Assembly on Tues day a nicssage, was read by tlio Speaker from the Governor, asking that provision should bo innde in 'connection with the introduction of a .bill :tb deal with the salary of this Govertipr nhd ilie allowances of liia stuff. It is believed: that this bill will provide for ' a reduction from .. thb present uniount of L7000 to E5000 per annum. :Tlio bill "will be Jb'rougHt? in ut an early date. -V--; A motion" by Mr. B^o INfchiJce a refer endum of'thii womun ojjho colony on tho'CiueBtion of wo'ni?inhood-sutfoj:ago, was rejected,".&lt;>ndivision .by '74 votes to 10.