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Struck off the Roll. TWO SOLICITORS IN TROUBLE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

Struck off the Roll. SOLICITORS IN TROUBLE.; SYDNEY, THORSDAY NIGHT. ; Clmrles Smith and William Hines linvo lieim struck off tho rolls fur misnppropri* atian of moneys. n'. ??

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JULY 27. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl U guierro 1 ain al ?o\\ iicr AND Fairfield & "Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JULY 27. LOCAL NEWS. r FUEE SELECTIONS.-The following ap plications were lodged at the local Lands Offico yesterday:-G. Perrin, A O V 80 acres, and o L 270 ncres, parish Bolivia, County Clive. A MOORISH MARKET,-At a meeting of ladies bold yesterday afternoon it was decided to hold the Moorish'Market in aid of tlio: Anglican Church Funds on the 26th, 27th,-and 28tli, September next. THE JUBILEE SINGERS.-We have to remind the pleasure-loving public that theso famouB artists will open to-morrow night in the Sclwoi'of Arts, when a capi tal programme will be billed. They will also appear on Monday night. Crowded houses should bo tho result on each night. .. CRICKET ASSOCIATION.-A. meeting of the Tenterlield Cricket Association will be held at tho School of Arts fo-niglifc for tho purposeof arranging preliminaries for incoming season; and other, business, inci dental thereto. All cricketers'...

Welcome to Mr Barton. A COMMITTEE FORMED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

| Welcome to.Mr Barton. \ COMMITTEE FORMED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOIIT. A powerful citizons commifctco Ims been formed for the purpoRo of giving Mr. E._ .. Barton n fitting welcomo on hia return from London. A public meeting will be . hold in tho Town Hull ou 1st 'August next to arriujge preliminaries.

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

Tiiat Moans Rheumatism Sore swollen joints, sharp, shooting (Jaii>0 toita"'"g muscles, no rest, no sleep That means rheumatism. It is a stubborn (Utfpoeo to fighfc but Chamberluin's Pain Bulm has couquereJ it thousands of times. -It will'do so whenever (ho opportunity is ? offered. Try it. Ono ujjplipation relieves liopain, For salo by C. I. Cuvanougb, Chemist. It is belter to bay ono bottle of FAULD ING'S EUCALYPTUS OIL, than half u idozen of any other brand. Try it, and Srove it for yourself. Sydn«y Office, 16, 'Conneil Street. j

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

TEUEQRAMS. , Late Parliamentary. SYDNEY, TiinR8UAY. In tho Legislative Assembly last night, tho Government's proposal to sotid a con tinuant to China caused a lengthy debato. Tho Premier said that iv confidential communication from Mr. J. Chamberlain showed'that, if 5000 men wero offered the Imperial-Government would accept same. Ha explained that 250 men for C months would cost the country £16,000. This force would proceed direct to Hong-, kong, which possession might he inouaced by tho Cliinese at any moment. . Mr. Carruthers spoko strongly against tho proposal,"and moved an amendment that no emergency had orison to -wariauc. tho despitch of troops. Mr. Wise- appealed to mombora ; to, pns3 the. resolution. If tho amendment was carried tho Ministry could not- con tinuo to hold oflico. Tho amendment was rejected without division, and tho original motion carried by 67 votes to 7, the minority being Messrs. H. Chapman, Wright, Norton, Haynes, Miller, Hoguo, and M'Laughlin. A discussio...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

. Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSK FOR .Wilsons' Downfall, ond Boonoo Boonoo, ' . Tuesday and Friday, at 0*30 p.m. Sydney, Glon Innes Anuidale, Maitbiod, Und TXcvt castle, 6*15 p. m. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabulahi, Casino; Lifltnore, nnd Richmond :/:'vi.?i'3Kv7or-Iiallj', except > Sunday, at 12 / noon; leave at 12*3,0p.oit ? ". rimbarra, and Steinbrook-Tucadny and ^ .Friday^ at 0*30 p.ni. Leavo Wcdnes ;-Vr.ddyand Saturday al*6 a.m. :,Drako» . Sandy Hill, nt*>l Hostutorville i-?;?;Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12*30p^m. ; Boiishaw-Monday and Friday, at 9-30 p.m. Leavo Tuesday and Saturday . ;r:v at5 a.m. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 Wallaiigarra and Qiu'tmslnnd daily at V'.;;; 1030 a.ra'. (Sandfly oxceptcd.1) V MAILS AltltlVK VJJOJf ..Sydney, -Gleu Innes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Ntw»nst1e-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wi!*ou's Downfall Thursday aud Sundn.y, nt 5*30 p.m. Drake, and Sandy Ilil!-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5*45 p. m. Tab...

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

, SMOKERS SHOULD USE | CALVERT'S : DBNTO-PHENOLBI, A FIUQHANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tbo uogt offoctlvo proparatlon for ridding tho mouth."of tho aroma of tobacco, and leaving a ploasant tasto. toMtn li.di, 2*. Oct, and llt.7t.ed. bclllu ' {BnglU\ rata), at ChmUti and Slmt. | F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER, i <» 79 Gold £ SQvcr Medalt and Diploma*. #' CMs To® Paste,: M., If., ami li. Gti. poti, V 84., to., ami 1*. boxat At C\emi*U and Start*. F. a CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 78 Odd A Silver Mtdalt ami Diploma*. Solicitors, ZhBGAXi. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrate :.v. O' / <£C., -V . .. Rouso-stroot, - TontorfloU. "FXURING iny - temporary . aLscnco in JL/. South Africa my afiuirs will be-car-: ricd on and my business managed by. Mr. H. W. Weigall, Solicitor,' Comnjiesnmer./o Affidautb &.c. ?J'Trust filoaoy to. Lond; on Approved Saourlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor; , » Glen Innes. CTTILTJ VISIT lENTERFIKLD and ?VV . fttloiu...

Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

' ; Religions Memoranda FOB SUNDAY JULY 2D. lSCncaci! of K.NO!.Asn.-Tcntcrneld-U a m and 7 p,m. . Barney Downs at 3. llev. II. 0. Smith Wmcktan Oiitmcn.-Tcnterficlcl, 11 cx.ni. and 7 p.m. Scrubat3p,.t». I lev. M.H. Parkinson. JPasflBTTKRtAH Cnuncii.-'Tcnterfleld 11 a.ni. and y 7 p.m. by* tlio Rev. Dlll-Mncky. ;B6MAn bATiioMcOui,Rcii.-Mass at 8.30a.m. and 11 v,v a.m. Benediction at 7.30 by tho Rev, Father . Corcoran.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

Railway Jime Table. , vThoiuail train for Sydney leaves Tenter fleld at 7'10 p.m.; daily,! Satrj-i'iys ex cepted; .'and for Bii*bane a. Ir30 a.m. daily; Sundays ejcepted. . V ???'.:! - ? ; The Goods Train leaves Tenterflell for Sydney :every. Tuesday, ? Thursday, . and atiirday ; mornings at 6 a.m., and ar rives Jfrom Sydney ovory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45 p.m. : .Thb fares between Sydney atyl Tenter Bold, and Tfnterfield and Brisbane are as follow:- . TsiiTBBFIEtD TO SroifET. lstdasr, Single ... ... £110 2nd Clan,Single 2 10 0 , Eeturr.Tickets, available for '?Two Months. . 1st Clas' - ~ £5 12 6 2ndClai8 ... .... 3 10 0 ^ AyaABHA-'o Bbisdjkb. . 1st Clasi', Singlo .. .. £119 2nd Glais, Single .... 1 5 , 1st Clas;!, Beturn .... 2 19 : 2nd Class,'Boturu; :... ? 1 18 -2 - "

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

, LONDON,' July 23. Litest news to hand states tliat the /wires;and the railway north .of Honin-' spruit hate been destroyed by.-the Boers, and that a supply train and. 100 High landers were cipturod. ; ' _ , .' A battlo is impending: ' : Major-Genoral Broadwood had a'oharp oncountor at Wolmoitrontoin pn the 19th with a Boor commando of 2000, with'four ? guns, which was commanded 'oy ex-presi dent Steyn and Commandant Do Wet. The Boers wore routed, and da?knes3 prevented the enemy being pursued. ? Arrangements have baen mad# in Cey lon for the reception of 2000 Boer prison ers. A sharp fight took'piace on Saturday tou miles woat of Bethlehem. The Berk shire Militia and Yeomanry artillory failed to dislodge the Boers from their strong positions in the hills. The Yeo manry sustained ten'oHsualties. General Methuon on Saturday com pletely dispersed the Boors at Olipkatnuk inflicting heavy loss on the enemy. Ho was thus enabled to relievo Busteiiborg, and junction with the force under M...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Another Man Murdered. SURROUNDED IN WOLLAR RANGES. EARLY CAPTURE EXPECTED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Another Man Murdered SURROUNDED IN WOLLAR - RANGES. EARLY CAPTURE EXPECTED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY.NIOHT. A telegrnm was received in Sydney this afternoon t<> the effect tlwt the Breaking blacks hud murdered a man mined Kilpitriclr.ncar Wnllor. The Premier says that up?vards. »f 100 police are on duty in connection with the murdors, they. being drawn from tho sur rounding distriots, liut it is impossible . to provide protection for every settlement.' 'Llio latest report states that tho blacks walked to the lioad of Grant's Creek. Six Queensland trackers are being sont from Queensland. The Premier says that if it costs £2,000 to captuvo tho blacks tho Government is. preparedio jiay it. Tho Police are empowered; to shoot them if they do not surrender.'' The Police at. Head; Quarters-1 report tbis morning'-thatjfaU fonSeavora' to pick up tho tracks in the Merriwn district have : so far been fruitless. - _ ? ' ? - Tho aboriginal .-Underwdodi recently arrested ...

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

Brief Mention. THE weathor changeable. MOKE tragedies by-blacks. CANTERBURY election to-morrow ACCTION soles to-morroiv afternoon. CIUCKET Association meeting to-night. "MOORISH MARKET" on the 26tli Sep tember. 900,000 well armed fighting men in Cliiiuv. . ? TOWN Band Nigger and Variety Enter. tainment on the 8 h August. THE reduction of members of the State Parliament'will be miido a1 test question at tlie next Victorinn elcotions. TABI'LAM Jockey Club programmo. ad vertised. JUBILEE singers to-morrow night and Monday night. . AN i.s-iistanfc , has been : appointed, in the C. P. S. office, Glen Xnnea. v\ .. . . SPEOIAL monthly lnooting.of . the. Agri cultural Socioty on Monday, afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock. MEETIKO of tho sub-committee Walker Memorial Fund this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Agricultural Socioty Oftice" . " WE aro glad to sco our old friend . John Fitzsimmons about again after bis . long illness. lie is now prepared to'resume bellringing, and bill posting. , - -. MESS...

N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

N. S. WALES PARLIAMENT. ' In'' tliu Legislative Assembly on Tues day, a numerously signed petition was presented, - by Mr. Hogue urging the .Wi»iiiiliiioiit' (if the Early Closing Act to enable, newsagents to keop open until a later hour, say 8 p.m., during which time they might bo permitted to soil >tho class Y>f goods usually sold by thein. / -A motion by Mr. Cruickshank to rofei the r Municipal District of InvercII l<o duofd.Area.BiU to a select comniitteo for consideration and report wns agreed to. .* Oil the motion of Mr, Edden, the Mines Engineers Hours Regulation Bill was cad a second tinib, taken through com mit tve,.arid reported... to the House with amendments. The second reading of the Capital Punishment Abolition Bill was negatived by .18 votes to Jo. Tlio Municipalities Act of 1897 Amend ment Hill was taken through committee, the cUutus giving ponor to municipalities to soli lnnd and devote the proceeds to tho payment of rates being eliminated by consen...

HORRIBLE TRAGEDLES BY BLACKS. Eight Victims Dead. TWO MORE OUTRAGES. THREE LIVES TAKEN. JACKIE UNDERWOOD ARRESTED. ARMED BANDS IN HOT PURSUIT, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

HORMBLE TRAGED IES BY BLACKS. Eight Victims Dead. - T\VO J10UE~0UTUApES. ' . THREE LIVES' TAKEN,: .TACKIE~UKDERWOOD ARRESTED. ARMED BANDS IN HOT PURSUIT, , Tho full untiles unci agos of tho' mur dered persons nro;-Helen Jpsophino Kerz, ago 21 ; Gr.ico Mawboy., born 24lh May, 1884 ; Percivnl Mawbey,,bom 29th November, 1885 ; Hilda Mawlwy, born 21st Mtmli, 1889; Mrs. Mawbey, aged 45 ?' : . .' . ' Miss Clarke, aged about 19, tho other victim, who Unexpected to' recover, .is a younger sister of Mrs. Mawbey's. As lias been.stated, one of the, blacks' im]ilio;itod in, tho ouiiiige, Jackie Porter, was captured in ihe eastlereagh River, 10 miles on Gilgandra side of Mundocran, by Senior-Constable Bervy and' Constable MacLcary "yesteiday. He had ii' black boy, about 10 years of age, nomed Petei Govurnov, wlio iB a son of Joe Governor. Tho police officers nfc tho time were lead ing a party of "about 20 porsons. Jackio Porter ia an tlderly man, and was evi dently unable to keep jjac'e.'with ? ...

THE PLAGUE SYDNEY, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

THE..PLAGUE . ' SYDNEY, July 24. > ' Another caso of plague is roported j from Adulnido. ? ' }.'<?Aplague diseased rut 1ms beon caught at-Wellington, .New Zoalnnd. f:. V. BRISBANE, July 24. Voter Buokliind, aged 33, omployed lis u yardman nt the Imperial, one of t.ho principal botels ill Townsville, was dis covered to be suffering from pluguo this evening. Hensl-omovcd to thoquaran tine stution. Thursday NIGHT. Another caso of plague occurred at Brisbane to-dny, tho father of the boy Clancy tioinc; stiiulcaii with it yestorday. Beat Oat of an Xnoroasa of His Pension A Mexican war .veteran ami .prominent editor writes ; " Speing the advertisement of Chatnbci Iain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I am reminded I hat as « soldier in Mexico in '47 and.'48, I contracted Mtiio-.ui diairiioea and this remedy litis kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renuival.ir dnae of it. restores me." It is unequalled a&'a <|tick cure for diu...

THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Produce Forwarded. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. ' Produce Forwarded. In tho early pint of the week Mr. W. Reid despatched the. midermcnlioned produeo tci tho Sidney depot, in aid of the famine stricken people of India. The contribution' is a very-substantial one, for which (hose responsible deserve -the bust of thanks.Following nro tho names: of the donors: - Slicks of Flour-W. Roid and Co. 10,' J. Barnard 2, E. R. Whereat and Co. 2,. John Connolly 1.. . Bags of I'otutoes-T. Chambers 2, W. Goodrich 2, 1'. W. F. Reid. I,; John i Arthur 12, H. Pitkin 1, B.. Quinn 2, - A; friend 1, John Kelly 1, A. Rossbroolc 1, D. Weir 2. ; Bag« of Corn-T. W. P. Reid-1, E.U./ Juergens.l, W. H. Sommerlad 1, J.- H. Spmmerlad 1, VV. Xeech 1, John Boston 1, W. Lawlor 1, L. Krahe Son, 2,- W. 1^. Aubrey 3. ' A Promlnont Chicago Woman Speaks. I'rof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice-Prosi dent Illinois Woman's Alliance, in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Brmedysays: "1 suffercd with a aevero cold lliis vt inter which threatened to run i...

The Mother's Favorite. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

The Mother's Favorite. Cliamherkin'H Cough Remedy is the motiicrV favorite. It is pleasant and cafe i for children to take and always cures. It is j liiteudcd efpcriully for coughe, col dp, croup i 'and \t looping cough, aud is the beet medi cine made for these dlseasee, There is uot i ihe leabt danger ia giviui/ it to children for I at contains uo opium or other injurious dreg j tnd jnay le given us confidently to a babn us i to an adult.- For sale by 0,I, CavuLcuflh, j . SLY Gnoo 5KU.ixo.r-At tlio Polico Court yesterday at Drake, hoforo tlio Police Magistrate, a second charge of 'sly grog' milling preferred Sik Jong, who was'reeontly lined £30 at Tuntorlield on n. similar information, was dismissed. Mr. C. W. Readett .appeared for defend ant! Piiorsnw SALE.-WO aro informed that Mr. \V. Brown's farm iit .Bryan's Gap haa changed hands, Mr. Stewart Johnston of Avoiidale, Brooklot, being the purchaser, through tho ngency of Mr. W. J. Gibson, Auctioneer. ' Wo wolconto Mr. Johnson to th...

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

GREAT GKUMBLEUS. \ Grumbling will cease if Tonterfield people will follow this oitizen's advice.;'' Whon the kidneys are siok they grumblo You. hear'them clear through tlio back; -:V,: .You fuul thom. clcnr through the body.; .'' jTliuy grumble whon over-tfixod. '..r/Yqu'would know tho reason} ?// Ii's .a eimplo thing, your back will ; you^P'Xv/'i'.;-???;." " . . ,r-: : 'Backache is the first grumbling, warn iiiia.:.' V ? The kidneys givo it j if you hecd .it riot ' Look, out < for troublo. It will, surely come.' . Urinary trouble; kidnoy trouble, and mmiy miseries. Donn's Backache Kidney Pills are made for tho Kidneys ouly. They euro every form of kidnoy ill. Thoexperience of Tcntertield people proves this. Here is a case in point: 'Mr. John Filzsimmons, Bill poster Manners St.. this town, states :-Eighteen years ago X fell down tho hold'of a ship and liuvc my back and ever since then I've beon persecuted with weak and disordered kidneys. I am a butcher by trade, aud had...

STREET LIGHTING. Kerosene Lamps to be Used. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 July 1900

STB3BT LIGHTING Kerosene Lamps to be tTsed.. A MEETING of the Lighting Committee was hold in tho Town Hall on Tuesday night, tho Mayor presiding, Tho mutter I came in for a good deal of discussi.on, it being generally ngroed tlmt the introduc tion of electric lighting was too by an undertaking to entor upon, tho same ap plying, to acetylene. This narrowed tho choice down to keroseno lamps, and wo understand that the committee' deter mined to recommend this mode of lighting oho streets, Tho cost of material is now being obtained for the erection of a cer tain number of lump posts and piping, and a detailed report will be placed be fore the Council noxt Monday fortnight. All things considered, we think the com mittee have done the best under the cir cumstances, a kerosono lamp on the most improvod principles being cheaper and better than a good many of the gas jets wo ace in many other country towns. At nil events requirements will be met t ill we ai'o in a better position to go in fo...

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

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