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

COMMONWEALTH BILL. In the N. S. W, Assembly on Tuesday tho Premier announced, amidst. great cheer ing, that ho hud received a communica tion fron Ml'. Chamberlain, statingthattho Governor-General would bo sworn in and the Common we iltli inaugurated at Syd ney. Tho Imperial Authorities had no objection to tho Governor-General resid ing nt Sydney'during -tlie Parliamentary recess, but it would bo impossible fun Mm to keep establishments uuless tho Commonwealth mado tha necessary pecu niary provisions. There is a general diversity of opinion amongst members of Parliament with re gard to Loid Hopctoun's appointment. Mr Deakin says that "the Governor General is coming out with a perfectly free hand in the choice of the first Prime Minister for the Commonwealth,. but 1ms expressed the opinion that-Mr. Barton will be sent for to forurthe Cabinet, and will lmve as his colleagues the Premiers of all the.Federated States,' in addition to Mr. ;\Vise.. . ? It is.Uinderstoo.d that; iho . Premie...

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

Wanted WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT for a Station. . Good wages ;givcn. Fur particular# apply to ~ 'v mr*. eAFpoNr, Registry Olfioo.'j; v.,-; . Wanted. ? \TTANTED liv RespeotaWo Marriod . W "Man. SITUATION on/Station or Farm. Good references. Apply : ' J, W. COLLINS, / _ I'ost Ofhoe, : Warwick; Queensland. Wanted; ANTED a Good FARMING MAN. Apply to . PETER JEFFREY. Mingooln. Proposed Company of Scottish Rifles, MEN of Good Pnyslquo, between tho agoa of 19 and 45 years, niluimum height, 6ft Bin., chest measurement not less than 34 iuches, desirous of becoming mam bors of the aboi-e Company arc requested to sijin the Application Form. Uniforms and Arm* Free. . Alt information can Vie obtained from any of the Undersigned. . . W. H. AUBREY _ JOHN FEROIJSSON L. A. M'DOUGALL i 11. G. CAMPBELL - , ; ' W. J. GIBSON, Hon. Sec. . For Sal?. House and 2 Allotments. I- \yiIEREAT has, recoWed instructions . frnin Mrs. .Grace Hon ia tn fitjll by puhlieauotion at theUnion Sole.Rooms on SATURDAY NEXT, t...

THE PLAGUE SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 July 1900

THE "PLAQUE SYDNEY, Tuesday. A caHoof pUguo was reported today, tiiti patient bt}ing Hubert West, 45 years of age, reBtding at Grqek-street, Glebe, ADELAIDE, Monday. A young man named Osborne, living at Pftrkside^hiw boon found to -be suffering: from plague. « Why should yqu bny FAULDING's EUCALYPTUS. OIL? Ikcauec it is the purest and most fragrant. Distilled lty F. H. Faujding & Co., the oldest Manufactur ing Chemists in Australia' Sydutey Office, 10 O'ConucU Street. . Fur Chronio Chest complaints Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1« Ci . That Means Rheumatism. " .Sore and swollen -joints, sharp, shooting daiua, torturing muscles, no rest, no sleep; j'liat means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlain's Pain 13 dm has conquered it thousands of times. It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered*:. Try<it« One apjplic&tioh relieves lie pain. . For sate by C. L CAVanougb, Chemist.- * .*

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

.. POLITICAL NOTES; A petition prayinj? for leave 'to intro duco a privato bill.to provide for the re duotion of the municipal Area of tha dis trict of Inverell hns been presorted by Mr. Cruickahank; . Tho Legislative Council ban asked tha Assembly, to restore tho bill to amend tha Art Unions Act of 1850 to tho buaineae papor. Mr. Fegnn said," in reply to Mr. BpBS, that it was bin intention to introduce a measuro bt the earliest opportunity deal ing with the' £jbbk 'routes i f the cblo'ny. ..Mr Hassall, in reply to Mr M'Farlane, Btated that tho.-question of exempting contracts entered into beforo tho new timber royalties came into force would be considered. He vrns not aware that soma contraots were being carried out at ar loss. Mr. Meagher's bill for regulating tha practice of medicine provides a penalty of |L50 and L& a day for continuing the oil* once, or an alternative not exceeding twelve months' imprisonment. The un qualified person who takes or usos the name of physic...

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

at Bedtime. Medical Men in Paris recommend the use of warm alcoholic drinks for the cure-'of INFLUENZA -AM> - COLDS. The best, most reliable, and agreeable remedy for these dis tressing ailments is WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. " It should be taken hot with a little lemon at bedtime. V _ WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS 13 the Pareit Spirit la tlio World. Wolfe's JUUL Schnapps. TOBACCO ' Nigger* Gal... ... ... per lb 3a 6d . Centennial ... ... ... >, 2* 9d .Mazeppa. ... » '3a 9d New Conqueror " 3a 9d . .Yankee l)oudle .. » 4a 3d Tip TopTin-Tag ... »» 3s 3d THOMAS PEBEKDY& BON Dr. Ormiston. " Surgeon Dentist, WISHKS to aunouncc to hi' Pattlent that he has REMOVED to Logan »-icet, opposite l)r. Freyer's reaidence. lastiiogtoiiH.Sonl&Co. Great Drug Emporiums, ICO PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Tao Largest, Host Aaried Stock of Patent Med cJnes, ChetnUtrf and Drupdata' Sundries, and 8ur gical Appliances in the Southern Hemisphere. Noth tog hut befit quality of Goods kept. Priceaa LOWEST in the city. WE...

Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of July 1900. Meteorologist and Astronomer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers and Gardeners. For the Month of July 1000. BR ORONZO PUESA. .. Meteorologist n'nd Aatronbmer. ! 1st to 3rd-The atmosphere at the com mencement of thomohth will bo favourable for planting and sowiDg. Weathor unset tied and dull. The northern districts will bet iiuderthe influence of strong cold North erly, winds, North East most likely, eliiftiog South or South East, bringing snow on highlands and almost general rain, hf-avy in piaccu.. West and South West districts will be least affeoted. ' * *- ^ 4th to 7th-Atmosphere very good suit- j able fdr plauling and sowing- operations, j The weather will continue stormy, but 11 would advise as much wcrk to be dono as 1 possible. Bono manuring Under ihis. at mosphere. Oihto 10th-Atmosphere good for plant ing and sowing, Weather better but vari able. Easterly winds shifting South. * ilth to 13th-Alinosphero good for plant ing and lowing especially vines and trees. Weather variable with frost,, sbowors in p...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

OFFERS THE GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE HISTORY V OF BOOKSELLING '. . ' TO RESIDENTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. . The plan adopted by -The TIMES (London) in distributing a limited number of sots of lhe. " Encyclop»dia Brltaliujca" in Great Britiin at losa than half price,- ami on o«By terms of payment, is now temporarily, extended to residents of New South .tval«s.. The senst'&ion of the bookselling season in London; the remaikable offer of Thk TIMES n print of the " Encyclopajdia Itritannica" (9th edition), is alroady known to residents of New . South Wales who read TUB TIMES. No fewer than 15,000 copies of the massive woik were printed, but applications were received in rapid succession tor more than 2G,000. Widespread disappointment was occasioned by tbo enforced refugul of u great number of orders, and residents in New South Wales were, owing to the delay in communicating with London, peculiarly uufortunate in this respect. . What THE TIMES did for residents in Kugland, it now propo...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

; c ^ LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. - Wheat, 3s Flour, L6 5s to L6 10s Chickwhcnt, 2a 3d to 2s 5d Chaff, L210.S to US 10s Potatoes L2 to L2 15s . Muizu, 2s Bd to 2s 6d Outs, 2b 2d to 2s 4d . Lucerne, L210a t<> L3 . r* ButtuTt-.Ta^lnery, Is ; di>iry, lOd.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

TjlOE SALE -COTTAGE and LAND 1: nicoly sitnated. ? W. J. GIBSON, ' ' , Auctioneer, TentorGold. Tenders. ^ ? rpENJDEES are invited, ond will be X received up to the 7th August next, by tho Undersigned, forEEECTING'TWO MILES pf FOUR "WIRE FENCE. Speci fications may be seen at my residence... " CATHERINE E. DEURY, " - w Manneri st., Tentdrfioid. 0. E. Orommelin, M.D. HAVING succeeded to tho praaticoof Dr. FBEVER, may lie consulted, at, tlio luttcr'a residence b& usual. HOURS - 9 to 11 A.M. ' 2 to 4 P.M. 7 to 8 P.M. £5 Reward; THE . above reward will be paid to any person for information that will lead tp Ihp conviction ot any person or persons breaking locks on gates, or breaking fences on Clifton Ten Mile, or 8«MHc Paddocks. J. G. BOXWELL, ' . Manager* Clifton, I3ih July, 1900. Proposed Company of Scottish Rifles, . TXHrTSRFXXiriD. MEN of Good Physfauoj botween tho ages of 10 and 4o years, minimum' height, Cfo Oin., ch^st measurement not less I thiui 34 11101109, desirous of b...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JULY 24. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

' - THfc TENTERFiEl >' " " Jut crrolamal Coriier * Y:y ? . . - ; ANU . ..Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, JULY 24. " LOCAL NEW§7 Railway ". OFFICIAL.. Tbabbfebbei). '-?JAr. N. ;Fergusson, 'cleanor^at : the., local railway station, haB been removed, to ? ?Nowra, on the South Coaafc. He left lhst night. Mr. Worboye, of-Penrith, suc-; . ueedt> him here. <. .LIVE STOCK TnucKiNas.-Mr. Dongato, > railway . station master, courteously in forms us that (or the six months ending 30th Juno last. 9,636 head of cattle were trucked, producing a revenue of L7,I99. Tiib Weatiier.-Steady rain set in on Friday night, and has continued with but: httlo mteilnitsidn up to the ;liour of' writing. Yesterday a very cold wind was ?blowing, and thero is every appearance of im unsettled condition of affairs for tho -next few days. Tho total registered up to 0 p.m. Inst night at tlio PoBt Office . was 76 points. . :.-:v!AooriON SALE.-Mr I. Whereat reports having disposed o...

DISTRICT COURT. WILLIAM CRISP V. CHAPMAN AND WILLIAM BONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

.DISTRICT COURT., ' WltllXM URI8L- V. ClIArMAN AND : - WlLliIAM BONNOP.. - ' - ' jJV . In this C'iBo tho; complainant rum! 0o-~! fencl.mts for tho sum of £126 lOaforbroActi;' of contract in connection wibh tho dii; - livery of 'cattle, purchased by hinijrom' tho dofondabts. 1 ' ' , Mr.' R. .6,; Browning, inatructod\by. Mr. A- . W. NVeigatl, appeared. for com plainant, and Mr. 0; W. Iteadetc £or;: do£ fondants. ; Mr. fteadett statedthat tho grounds, of defence wore: Nob guilty of any, breach ,of contract; alsVdenial of this particular^ contract, but admitted making a contract, Mr. Browning said a'slight amondiubnt in tho plaint was required.. As a matter of fact pliuntiil was to takoas many of tho bullocks as Uo hked. at the end. of the year, the coutnici being that defeudaiit was to deliver when required . as ninny iw .tho plaintiff desired. . TJie plaint was amended accordingly.'? , Mr. Browning, _ in opening tho coso, related tlio fuels, which briefly wero to the effect tliiib tho...

SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

SCHOOL OF ARTS.. THE annual general meeting of snbscrib ura to tho institution was hold last Thttrsdny night, under the presidency of Mr. W. .Reid. Thero waa. not n very largo attondanco, probably owing to the coldness of tho night. Tlio minutes of the past meeting having been disposed of, the Secretary read the committee s re port, as under, which was adopted on (he motion of Messrs Pollnvd and Stoinback. The report read na follows: "Your committee has mu?h plonsuro in presenting their annual report for the year ending 30th June, 1000. "Tho membership roll stands at 135. On30th J un'o, 1899, wo also . had 135, bo that tho institute if- cot progressing in this respect ia not retrograding. "During the year your'committee haB .expended the sum of LG4 19s in repairs to tho institution, which were very badly needed. -Tho whole of tho walls outside were painted, and also coated with petri fied liquid to excludo the damp. Inside the billiard, smoking, reading, and com mittco: rooms were p...

QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

QUARTER SESSIONS... * ll 13 HONOR JUOOL UEYOOK presided afc tho nbovo Court on Friday last, /lhoro .woro no cases for trial tho court waathere* foro formally opjncd, rtnd*adj»)uniocl.8INB DIE.'- .'

DRAKE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

< - DEAKENEWS." OBANaE BLossoMft-A ,voryprotty wed ding was osleliruted ab St. Ptitors Church; on Wednesday,tbe 'contriioting -parties being .MisB. Parker, dnHgU ter of Mr. Joliti; Parker, aijd Mr.; Giniblotto.y The ccro iubny was performed by tlio Rev...'II. G.: Smith, the church being :rcrowded'.varid; nicely decorated. Tlio.- brido who- waB given away by her' father, wore -a . very pretty white figured silk gown, trimmed with chifion -and ribbon, and the ? usual wreath and veil, and was atteudod - by three bridesmaids, who carried lovely shower bouquets from Senrlo's o[ Sydnoy; The bridesmaids were Miss Carrio Taylor," who wore a white muslin dresa, silk sash, and picture hat, arid the Misses'Efctieand Eva Parker, who wore grey figured popliu trimmed with white laco aiid chiffon.' Mr. Arthur Smith acted as best man. After the ceremony, the guests were en tertained at tlio bride* parents residence. The happy pair then took tlioir depar ture at.Il o'clock en route for Sy...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Brief Mention. A WHOLE family butchered. DBEADFUL tragedy by blacks. DB. .inniosHill, BriBbane, ia dead, NiCE.fall of rain since Friday night. JOCKEY Club cnmmittbo meet to morrow night at the ltoyal Hotel. Tnn Jubileo singers will visit Tenter Bold on tlio 28th and 30th instant. AT the Caulfield races^on Saturday Cornquist won tho Murrumboena Haudi cap. Mr. John Mitchell, ono of tlio earliest sottlers of New England, died at Glen Inneslast week, aged 80 years. AT Stanthorpo a Chinaman has beon fined L50 for crossing tlio Now South WaleB border into QnoenBland. THE application of E. S. Marks for a dredging lease of 100 acies on the Clar ence ltivcr lina been refused. Annual Leases were granted to J. Toohey J. Grogau and Hugh Sweoney. .IT is belfoved;that Mr. Sydney Smith will win tlio Canterbury seat easily. " THE Commission on , financo has con cluded its labors, and the roport will bo tablod in tlio Assembly. to-day. THE Premier is opposed to a specially solecfced convention for t...

TELEGRAMS. THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

?TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 22.' Owing to tho reported safety of. tho foreigners tlio requiem seivice at St. Pauls Church has boon postponed. The mediation of Franco will depend upon iho cortninty>of the Ambassador's safety, and tho removal and dethrone ment of Princo Tuan, tho cessation of, hostilities, and . the regression' of tho Boxers. " The American commander cables" that the Allies' forccit willadvanco uponPekin on tho 15th August. 8000 Japancso have arrived at Tientsin, and 2000 at Chcfu. The Powers havo decided to prohibit tho exportation of "arms to China. Tho Chinese Minister at St. Petersburg suspects that the edict declaring war against Russia has been forged. Thero are grave doubts amongst all tho Powers with regard to the truth of tho reported safety of tho Ambassadors. * Tho French Press suspect that tlio message asking for French mediation is simply a trap to create international dis cord. ,

That Means Rheumatism [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

That Sloans Rliaumatism - Sore cvnd swollen'joiuta, sharp, shooting Jtune, torturing musclep, no rest, no., sleep ilm*. menus rheumatism^ It . Is ustubhnru diseusQ to fight but Chamberlain's Pain B'-ilm h»8 conquered it thousands of titnes ' ; It will- do so whenever tho opportunity i« offered. Try it, Ono application rolieyes I I10 pain. For sale by C. I. Cava nongh, I Chemist.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOIl ' WilsoDB' Downfall. and' lioonoo Hoonoo, Tuesday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. " Sydney, Glen Iunes Ariuidale, Maitland, v and Newcastle, 6*16 p. to. (Saturdays excepted. , fr> Tabu lam, Casino, Lismoro, and Richmond \ River-Daily, except Sunday,, at 12 " noon; leave at l'2*30p.m, rimbarra, .and Steinbrook-r-Taosdny and " Friday, at 9'30 p.m. Loave 'Wednes day and Saturday nt<6 a.m. Drake* Sandy Hill, and KosBitevvillo Daily.at 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'e Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45, a.m. Wnllanparra nnd Queensland daily at 10*30 a;ra. (Sunday excepted.) Mails ARRIVE vaoir Sydney, Glen Innes, irmidale, WcBt Maitland, and Nowcnstle-Daily (ox cept Sundays) at 31 50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall-r Thursday aud Sunday, nt 5*30 p m. Drake, and Sandy HUl-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m. Tubulnm, Casino, and Hichmmd Biver Same as Dra...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S DITO-PHEHOLBHE, a kiuqiunt LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASH, Tlio dost offootlvo preparation for ridding tho mouth of tlio Moma of tobacco, and loavlng a ploasant tosto. ***0? J?*.6** *. ^ and IB, 7«. M. bottla {English rata), at ChtmUlt and Btoru. Solicitors.. X»EG-AT«. - J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, & c., Rouso-stroot, - .Toatorfloli. - - DURING . my . temporary absenco in South -Africa my affairs will bo car ried oo aud my business munngcd' by Mr. H. W; Wcigall, Solicitor, (jonui)i8sionor fNv Affidavits &c. ? .;.» - sV'v Trust Monoy to Lond on Approved . Socurity< P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, Glen Innes. ILL " VISIT 'TENTBRFIELT)' and attend. Court when required* . w 3E>egral- 1 C. Wood Readett, Solieitor, * Proctor, Conveyancer, , .t ' HAS commenced Praolioe ? in ;-.Tentei-.: field, next door .to Mr.vJ;< Fisldiog's Store. Money to Lond on " approved- .>: Security. . .. . Trespass Notice. IN conseq...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BKANJDY. ; THE LATEST TESTIMONY OF APPRECIATION. / .... i AGAIN TO.THE FRONT. . By mull from London Messrs. Joshua Bros, have been informed that the Army Contrasts Director has tukoii a supply of their lirundy .: For tho uso of the Imperial Troops in South Africa. v-. OBTAINABLE IN FLASKS, HALF-FLKSICS AND BOTTLES. - 'V r f ." WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO." 1- ' f A GIFT FROM THE UNITED STATES TO AUSTRALIA.. . .ii'Tho'T. C. Williams Company of I^iclnnond, Virginia, US.A., state that ' NO BETTEB TOBACCO CAN BE PRODUCED , than that manufactured under the " WEALTH OF NATIONS " Brand. . Wmlliy of a trial by All Smokers of Dark Tobacco. WATERBURY WATCHES. WORLD RENOWNED. UNIVERSALLY USED. The Worfiing Han's Friend-. HIGHEST}^ FINISH; 'LOWEST PRICE. , . Do not.bo put ofT with worthless imitations.: Tukc no other but the Gtnniuo Waterbury. SILVER'!CASES A SPECIALITY. ?xiBasTTEiie^iEiiLiZD . Treasurer's Balance Sheet For year ending 30th June, 1900. : db. ? : To Rents Receiv...

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