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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Railway Time Table. Tho mail train for Sydney leaves Tentor fleld at: 7'10 p.m. daily. Satrr^rys ex cepted, and for Biiibane u. h-30 o.to. ^daily, Sundays exf&pted. ^?iTto^opds-Troiia'lSaTea -TonterfleH for: iSydney : every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar ives from Sydney every Monday," Wed nesday, and Friday evenings a t 4V45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tenter. . field, and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follow: ' .TsjttEnnELD TO SYDNEY. .. 1st ( laar. Single ... ... £i 1 0 2nd Clan, Single ... ... 2 10 0 ' Bfifcur'j Tjokets, ovailable for . Two Months.' 1st Clasr £5 12 6 2ndClats ... 3 10- 0 .... WALJ.angahua OBbibbanb.. .i .1st Clasu; Single .i..- . ... *81.19 . Snd Clais, Single .... 1.5: ' 1st ClaBii, Bcturn ... ... 2 19 . ? . 2nd Class; Beturn - . ... 1 18 2 v I

A REMARKABLE OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

A REMARKABLE OFFER. UNDER tho prosent special offer pf "The Timos " (Loudon) the subscriber/for : the ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA secures tho. complote. work upon the preliminary pay niont of ouo guinea. Upon receipt of tho books (the entire 25 volumes are delivered nll at one time), lie pays a second guinea nnd tberonftor ono guinea a month. .In other words he is enabled to securo the most expensive work published in tho English languago for an outlay of oight nenco a day. ? Meanwhile, upon tho payment of only a guinea ho finds the entire work in !UB library, and has tho use and enjoyment of tho volumes; while completing his pay ments in this comfortable -way*. Al* who are acquainted with the history of-this stupendous work will understand how it has comovto rank as the one work of its kind in tho world. They need not be. urged'to consider what a saving of time, of money, of brain, labourand- of USOIOKB reading the purchase.of tlio ENCYCLOHAB-' I>IA BIUTANNICA effects. The work ja ...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. FIVE OF THE VICTIMS DEAD. TWO ABORIGINALS ARRESTED. TRACKING THE MURDERERS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

-.FIVE OF THE VICTIMS DEAD. -TWO.ABORIGINALS ARRESTED, r ' VTRAUKING THE MURDERERS. X?" SYDNEY, MONDAY. StfAi-.pnrty of five blacks, -'headed'.by "jjnimie Governor, are' believed to'ba re-; sponsible for.tho Breelong tragedy. WYfiimmie aftor the tragedy threatened to lhui'derawhitu woman living- with'- him unlessshe cleared nut. Slio Btates that the massacre was contemplated for some time, but the blacks^ only intended 10 mutder tho males; They'also intended to inurder three ii£ thoiY own people at Walhir, who, they aver, killed thoir "father. A. number of police, trackers, and local residents are scouring the country. It is supposed the murderors have gone to the Wallar range, some of the wildest country in the colony. : : Grace Mawbey died on Saturday night ; Mrs. Mawbey's case is lwjpeless, and faint 'hopes are eiitertaiiied of Miss Clarice's recovery. ' V, A' Blackfollow named .Juekey Porter has been arrested in the bed of tho Castle'reaglf River, hiding in some. scrub. Ho offer...

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

SYDNEY, MONDAY^ Nianx. Tin oro is quoted at 23s. s , .."A boy-fell down a'shaft 160 fool doop at: St/ Amaudv-.-iVictoria;* and.escaped-with ft, scalp wound,; and sonA bruises: f y" . The Very -Rev.';l?athor Dunno, i 'Vicar*, goneralof Albury; .dt^d" on Saturday.,';v Tho stcamor.'Annersly lost.201..horses on the voyago from Melbourne to Nuln). . . Steady rain continues without .any signs of clearing. , . The fall for tho past three months will establish a fresh.record. A*nmn named William Hunter^droppod dead during n Church service at Mortlako , last uight. .X-;-'.H '

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

^Yesterday's Homebush Sales. R , SYDNEY, MONDAY NIANT/. ; ; ME8SRS. Fitt. Son, and Badgory report as 'follows:- . . , v-v ^About 1000 eattlo woro-yarded^ tho market being a shade ensior. Bullocks, L310s to Lll lCs ; cow<>, L3 10s to LG 4s: Boat beef worth 21s Cd por^lOOlbs. - About 9500 sheep were ponncd, vuluos being up Q<1 per head. Wethers,-9a 6d to 18a-; owes, 9a-to 14a.- _ Messrs. Harrison, Jonea, and Devlin roporfc that Walker Trustees - bullocks averaged L7 3s 7d .per head,

Family butchered by Blacks. THREE VICTIMS DEAD. OTHERS NOT EXPECTED TO RECOVER. SYDNEY, Saturday 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Family butchered liy Blacks. . THREE VICTIMS DEAD, ! OTHERS NOT EXPECTED TO RECOVER. ' . '..J SYDNEY.. Saturday 5 p.m.. i A. PARTY of blacks attacked Mawboy's homestead at Gilgandra, butohering the whole family. Throe named; Miss Korz, Hilda, and Percy Rlawboy are dead, and there is no hope of three others. ; - Gilgandra is 292 miles from Sydney. . IiATEIC. Tlio 6rst heard of tho dastardly deed was from a mossongar who galloped into Gilgandra last night, and. roported that tho wholo family of Mawbeys had been murdered by.blacka. Police-Constable Barry at onco procoo ded to tho scene. Ho found Miss Kerz, Hilda Mawbey, and Porcy Mawboy, wero dead and horribly mutilated, evidently by a tomahawk, thoir sculls being smashed completely in, and Elsie Clarke, a nie"»o of tho Mawbeys, Grace Mawboy and Mrs. Mawbey, wounded to such an oxtcnt as to give smnll hopes of recovery." The police have not roturned yet, but a messenger who haB just arrived from tho Mawbeys states that they were murdere...

WILSON'S DOWNFALL. POLICE COURT. SATURDAY 21st JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

.. WILSON'S DOWNFALL. : - [FROM OOit. OWN PonnESrONDENT] -li . POLICE COURT. . SATURDAY-21at-JULY. BEFORE Major Fitzhartfingo P.M. " ./ L. Shadwell, "Inspucfcorof Stock-v.G., S. Moss, introducing two pigV into tho'colony of New South, WuIijs from Quoonelarid, contrary to tho provisions of blip Quaran« tino Act. Defendant ploaded guilty, Btntiug that ho was ignorant of the *Iuw. Fined 5a and costs. Paid. .> John Walsli .was also charged with in* trodueing fivo lioad of cattle across tho border contrary to. l;vw; Fined Ll and costs. Tho Police Magistrate pointed out that another member of the family had already been tino^ for a similar oftonce, therefore the law being known, it Bhould have been observed. A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks. Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, VieO'Presi* dent Illinois Woman's Alliance, iirspeaking of ChamborlaiuV Cpugh Beinedy Bays: *' I anffcod with a ..severo cold Lliia winter which .thmattaad to'^run into pneumonia, I tried different-rouiedies but I Boom...

Pitiable Cases of Destitution RESCUED BY THE AMBULANCE. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Pitiable Cases of Destitution RESCUED. BY THE AMBULANCE. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. " TUB Civil Ambulance Brigade 011 Satur day discovered two young women in the bush at Rose Tiny and Ashfi'iM'respec tively with n newly born child each.' In tho two instances the mothers were separated from their husbands, and were absolutely dostituto.

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

LONDON, July 22. Colonol Little, of tlio Ninth Lancers, has repulsed tlio Boors near Lindley after a severe fight. 12,000 troops have left. London for South Africa since May Inst. Tlio Boers have wrecked a train near Krugersdorp carrying 21 siok and wounded. In anticipation of tho wants of roin forconicnts for China,. .an -additional 10,000 mon is being raised in Capo Colony for service against tho Boors.

The Federal Elections. IN ACTIVITY OF CANDIDATES. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

The Federal Elections. INACTIYRRY'O^:CANDIDATES. 'SYDNEY, MONDAY NTONI. OWING to tlio uncortiunty of-fclio divisions of tlio* new .fedurul clectorutos, nntl^ tlio date , of tlio Cumniomveultlr cJ'jc. ionS, : cundjdatcs . for. tlio- 'Ifyck'rftl Pi\Hmment tia'o-.not'nmkrijgjjii^.ilBipvo movo. . . .

Disorderly Proceedings. THE POLICE STONED. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 July 1900

Disorderly Proceedings. THE POLICE STONED. SYDNEY,; MOKDAY NIGHT. SOMETHING approaching it riot occurred at ex-Priest Sluttery's meeting in Melbourne on Saturday aftomoon. Clmirs flow ahout, hub tho' police arrived and ojecteJ the noisy olomcnt- Blue metal was thr »vn at the policn outside, and several arrests were made. Slattery. was conductcd to his lodgings by Constables.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

Tenders. TENDERS arc invited, ond will bo received up to the 7tl> August next, by-tlie UnderaijfDOiJ. {or ERECTING TWO MILES of. FOUR WIRE'FENCE. Speci .fioations may be seen at my residence. CATHERINE E. DRURY, Manners st., Tenterfleld, G. B. Orommelin, M.D. HAVING' succoodcd to: the practice of Dr. Frkykii, may - lio consulted at t)io latter'* rusidenoo os usual. - UOUUS - 9 to II A.M. 2 to 4 P.M. 7 to 8 p M. ~~ HAi ,HA II HAM! TA1 YAM TAI I I < XaEn/uBT^a. an.«10w»-w Tat, ? TF you can enjoy ii jolly'good ho:irty laugh VA; (which is hotter than a dose of physio), . you are advised to go to the M ? Nigger & Variety Entertainment '.IN TJIR ???' SCHOOL OF ARTS. : ? on Wednesday Night, August 8. Look out for full programme inne*fc . Weeks iasue, j Thanks. T'TOM AS HAWKINS AND FAMILY 'n return thank" to the real' <Vwt« nf lit- ke and all kind friends for their sympathy and floral ttiliulcn ui their r^ccut8id bereavement. Notice. TVTOTIOE is hereby given...

The Latest. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

T1ie I>atest. Londox, July 25. Li [Tung Cluing declares that if" tlio Allies advance it will mean ihu (loath of every foreigner in Pekin. An Impurial edict promises the punish ment of the murderers of the German A mbajaador, and the payment of cumpen Hntion for nil looses except those at. Tientsin. . ? . 10,000 Chinese nro blocking the Russian 'advance at Nienchwang. : . The Shanghai press deolarulthat China is bluffing the Powers in ordor. to gain time. . - The different languages spoken by tlio Allies is seriously hampering concerted notion. . .'..?" /Germany refines to ontertain any appeal for mediation, until the fate of the legations is ascertained, nnd atonement made for the murder of tlie German Am bassador. ' ? ? Presidont M'Kinley says that, an nnii cable settlement is possible if the lega tious nre allowed immediate free commu nications with their respective Govern ments, and the Chinese cooperated with - the Allies for the protection of the foreigners. . " Li Hung Chan...

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

p IJ JJONUON. Mnnrlnv. ? liiu iiufiuiuus Imve occupied Lika, an arson,il north of Tientsin;' : / . y°.reaii troopa encountered :a (Jhinesa ?fpice mi the frontier. ? ,ltusai:uis .repulsed " n' Chinese : attack .atfiuchwr.ng. 1: ; .. ? poisiljle'to communicate, with Pekin in til roc days. , « Telegraph threatened with donh if thi.'y iii:iko nuy; disclosure? with regavd tp the massacres. . Diplomatists believe tliu secrecy with regard to the fate of the Legations la de signed to foster international jealousy. The Russians defeatod 4000 Chinese and captured 40 guns, at Argun. The panio at Shanghi has been uliayod owing to tho decision of England to hold 3000 troops ready at Hongkong. Property worth a million tools has boon looted at Tientsin since the capturo. - Tho Official Treasury containing L300.000 was also looted." The British, American, and Japanese officers in restraining mm from plunder recovered a considciablo quantity of loot .They recovered about L1000 from one civilian: alo...

A SPLENDID SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

.A SPLENDID SUCCESS. If any on o had mid a year ago thfit thous ands of copiu3 of the expensive.ni.ntli edi tion of tho Enoyolomdia Biutannioa could be sold in Great Britain within a few months, he would have beep regarded more as a dreamer than ns a judge of tho book ti.-ido. The enterprise, business ability, mid advovtiBing bWII and boldness of.tho proprietors of "THE TIMES", hour ever has made what seemed an impossible .'thing a reality, and a groat literary work that hitherto has only been found in the homes of tho weahliy, or on tho shelves of publie libraries and Bunilar institu tions. Iris found its way into tho cottngo of artisan, tho book-case:of tho clerk, and the solitary apartmont of tho bachelor student. Tl\o manner in which tbiB has been brought about is 110 less crcditublo to the keen commercial instincts of tlm proprietors of "THE TIMES" than to their ; faith iu the public, and their enterprise in embarking on an undertaking that had in it great olements of risk and ...

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

SYDNEY, THUBSDAY NIGHT. " J" JTm oro is quoted nt 23s. The Naval lirigade for. China Bails on 7t!i August. ' ThoPromier, in roplying to a large de putation of employers yosterdny, declined to shelve the Compulsory Arbitration Bdbnow before Parliament. > . Tiio Nowcastlo ; Colliery owners in the confercnco with tho Prouuor, has decided to inoreiiso the price of coal from the lafc Septttmbur, which will mean an incronso in tho huwmg rates.

DRAKE SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

DRAKE ; SERVICES.'. CUURC'h OF ENGLAND.-11 a,m. ;7*S0p ra.. By Mr. 'y. . Cecil . WMtKTAW CHURCH.-11 a.nvnnd' 7 tim.; By Mr. v'^.'M'Auicy . t

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, TnunsDAY NIQHT. MESSRS. Pitt Son, and Badgery report as follows:- , t 918 e.ittlo ware yarded to-day, tho miirkut boing from 10b to. 15b per head bettor. Best beef worth 24b (id per. 100 lbs. Bullocks, £4 15s to £9 18a; cows, £4'to £6 16s. About 20,000 slioep were panned,, tjie market being unaltered. Wethers, 8s 6d to lfls; owes, 9s to ] 4s.

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

IR: LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY,. THURSDAYNIANR. WllOllt, 3S :FJour,/LG 5s to LB 10s . . . > "> ,Chicl;wlieiit, 2a 3d 10 2s od , - .: . Glmlf,: I/210s to L3 10s T vPotiitoL'S L2 to L2 15s . ;&Iiiizo,2s 5d to 2ti Oil . J ? Vi OiitSj 2s 2(1.to 2a 4d - . . Lucerne, L210at«I>3 Butter, creamery, Is j factory, Is; dpiry, lOd. ; "

Disobeying the Jury Act. A RULE GRANTED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

Disobeying the Jury Act.' r A RULE GRANTED. SYDNEY, THOIISDAV NIOBT. An upplioittinii -wiis made to ""the. Full Court to-day,'on behalf,of. thb Attornoy- . -?> General; for a rule nisi .calling upon Mr. - ? JohirDigUt, J.P., of Tamworth,to show . .cause why ho' should uofc be dealt, with :????> under Raetion 30 of this Jury Act for non-" attendance on the occasion of the mooting- . ;of Magistrates to revise the Jury list at Tuniivoith in December last. The rule . wa'sgriintod, and made returnable during , the present term, r ? .

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