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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

Railway Time Table.. .'^.Tfrerii&ifrtraiutfor^ydnoyde»VKm;Tonter^ > field- at > 7-10 p.m. daily, 'Satrr^sya ex Ifloptod, and for Brisbane a. IrSQ o.in. . daily, Sundays excepted. \ I no Gooda Train jeayea.IeoierfleH for Sydney every Tuesday/ Thursday, arid ; aturday^.mornings at G a.m., and ar ivea from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. :. The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follow:-. TuilTERFIELD TO Sn>NB*. let Oner, SiDglp ... ... £A 1 0 . 2nd (Jlat-9, Single ... ... -2>10 0 JKetur i TioketSi available for Two Months. 1st Clas?i . ...£5 12 0 I 2nd Clar , , , 3 10 0 «.V;> " :v^r;WAIlVAN0AnHA»:: 0 BBISBANB. .'V 1st ciasii, Single £I 10 2nd Cltua, Single ^ 1 5 * 1st Clasu, Betnrn . 2 19 x 4-1 2nd Class, Return 1 18 2

The Commonwealth Ceremonies. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

The Commonwealth Cere monies. - - SYDNEY, MONUAY NIQHT. IT lias been suggested to' invite the vim perial Government, also the Governments of Canada; and Cape Colony to send reproV' spnWtiyeB to take p«irt in the Common-, wealtli inaugural ceremonies. , N

Charged with Murder. A FATAL QUARREL. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

Charged with Murder; . .A FATAL QUARREL. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHTT, . A MAN named Saville hns been arrested at Goulburn, charged with tho murder of John O'Brien, who died after n quarrel in which it in alleged that he bad beon one of tho participants. - .

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

LONDON, July 26. ?300 of the New South . Wales Bushmen assisted in dispersing a large Boor'force at" Selous River, inflicting^ heavy loss. 3 of the Bushmen.wero killed and 19 wounded.' Generals Hunter, Clements, and Paget, after two days' heavy-fighting havo oe cupied a strong position near Bethlehem. Generals; French and J9ji£ton- outflan ked and drove ;tho _Boor^!^in,tlio viw nity of Balmoral,; near Pretoria. ; - Tho Boers attempted to " cut Gefteral Bullor's line of communication with Natal, hut after three days' skirmishing General Hildyard drovo tho enemy northward ?with considerable loss. It is believed a portion . of Do Wet's force is surrouuded at Brnndwater Basin. During an engagement near Bothleliem, the Black Wutoh lost 50 men, including Major Wilshire, who«was mortally iroun ded. . LONDON, July 28. The Boers lmvp ovacuated Middleberg, makinga'dieordcrly trqk. ; Coqiiiiiandant P. De Wet. lias surrend ered to the British at' Kroonstadt.i v ' General Hunter has occupied'Fou...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

EAST MHT'SNEWS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. . Mr: Griffith, of'I'ongay, has forwarded a letter to Mudgoe stating that the'two Governors called Bljlobertson'snfc Naibey at 2 o'clock on Saturday. mdrniDg' naming for G. Cohen and F. Piper.- They wanted to know'whether. they were at..home or not. A man named H. Byers 'states that the blacks have been followed fri.m "Dend Rurie right to Naiboy. A largo number of police at once sot out in the direction indicated. _ It is believed that the blacks are travelling at night < barefooted.',"" At the inquest on tho body .of Fitz patrick a verdict of wilful inurdor against two persons unknown was returned. Deceased nephew who fired at "the black gave evidence. Intense ounning is being shown by tho fugitive blnoks, who are covering up their tracks. . , ; I Mr. Sandman has arrived-at Mudgeo, and immediately went out with the bloodhoundB in tho endeavor to trace the murderers. The country is tho. roughest in New South Wales. No fresh inurdo.ra havo b...

TELEGRAMS. ASSASSINATION OF THE King of Italy. Shot Dead by an Italian. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

,TELEC1RASVI3^:::; : ASSASSINATION - OF THE 1 King of Btaly. Shot Dead by an Italian. LONDON, SUNDAY. A cabik lias been received announcing that the King .of Italy lias been shot dead by an Italian. . [HUMBERT I., King of Italy, was born March 14,1844, and was the eldest son of, Victor . Emanuel, tho first, king of United Italy. Ho succceded his father in 1878. Ho married,- in 1808, his cousin Margherita, daughter of Ferdinand, Duko of Gonoa, and they have had issuo ono child only : 1. Victor Ennnanuol, Princo of Naples, heir apparent, born 1869, Tho fumily ii descended from the Counts of Savoy, who flourished in tho eloventh contury.] * ?

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

LONDON; JUIY 28. The German Emperor; in bidding-fare well to the troops- far China; siiid that their mission-wub tc^avonge the dentils of the Ambassadors and other-. Europeans, and that no quarter must bo given to the enemy. They, must uso tjieir .weapons, so that for the next thousand years no Chinauinn dare tool: at a German askance. Also that tlii'y must prepare the way for Christian civilisation. . i: ' Great Britain, in replying to tho Emperor's message for mediation, ro; fused to hold any '.communication with China until the safety of the British Am bassador was assured. ' Germany and Russia consider collec tive action and exemplary punishment! imperative. LONDON, July 20. Li Hung Chang positively assorts that Sir Robort Huut, diroctor of tho Chinese Customs is alive, also the Ministers. JHiy says tho fate of tho other Europeans is not important. i .further: letter has boon received from the British Ambassador at Pekiri, dated the Oth instant,-stating that three of tho Legatio...

THAT SAD DEATH AT ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

THAT BAD DEATH AT ARMI DALE. - ON the motion for adjournment of llio House on Friday morning, Mr. Saw era (l'amworih) asked a further question about tho man John Lombard, who died in tho waiting room at Arnndalo Bnilwpy. Station. He had seen papers which showed that the map was helped into a carriage at YVallangara, and was removed at Armidalc, underUtile pretpnee that he was suifering'froin drink, when, as a mat ter of fact, ho was in a state of collapse from illness- Ho had mado a mistake in saying that tho man W:ib left from 11.30 to 6 o'clock. He found that a porter did go in and stir the fire up at 3 o'clock. Mr. Wilson (Armidalo) was' glad Mr. Sawers had brought tho matter forward. Ho hoped the Government would tako «c tion. Mr. Lyno said it might bo there was no blame attachable to anyone, but they should liavo paid more attention to tho .unfortunato man. Ho would certainly seo that a full enquiry was made. Boat Out of an Incroaso of His Fonslon A Mexican war veteran and prom...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

,ABY. ; R JRliY. .r..Ed\yard irby, which di .at; his, residence at 'riday morning lrtnt, one ors of 'this district has tjit) deiith rull in our jecflnsed. gentleiiian, who 1 Jr.li year at tho date o| his on iiKveiy indifferent health ' .lontlm past, and though tho v, .i requirements wore faithfully at a by thoSnembera of tho family ret. in Tenterfiold, it was fully recog nise«. nat his sojourn on oarth was only a matted"if.v.ory briof spuco. Throughout his illness, '?ft'liirfv may bo attributed to a goneral break-up of tho system, h'O had the batiofit of the'heat of medical atten dance and careful iidrsing, thus rendering liis lust moments as peaceful and comfiirt ablo as.posaible. During Thursday night ho was in an unconscious condition, but tho end was ve^y peaceful. The mortuary arrangements.wero entrusted to Mr John Williams, tho coffin being of handsome, polished " cedar, wifli silver mountings. The funeral took place on Sunday after noon, the sad cortege,' which comprisod 22 v...

HORRIBLE TRAGEDIES BY BLACKS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

HORRIBLE TRAGED IES RY BLACKS. SYDNEY, Friday, The old man, Mr. Fitzgerald, who was murdered by the blacks was eliot dead in his hut and his head was chop pud off with a tomahawk. His nephew had left fur a few minutes and on return ing saw the murderers and fired at them without effect; they oscaped to tho mountains and aro boing pursued by about 40 horsemen. Tho blacks also stole a rifle from an othor hut. Great alarm has been occa sioned throughout tho outlying district. Two blood hounds havo been procured to lenve this ovening for tho scene of the blacW-rotreat. As tho scent is now so old Mr. Sanden.an is nut particularly sanguine of success, but . he will do the best ho can. It is expected that in fairly good country the dogs will covor 20 milts a day. Superintendent Garvan, of Armidalo, has been placed in supreme coutrol, and spccial bush constables are to be sworn in. People's horses arc fagged out, and moro rifles aro needed. It is intended" by the police to place several men...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

Unable to Sleep* Could ~Slot Eat3 Nejrves Upsets Joints Swollen. A Grand Family Medicine, Good for all from the Young est to the Oldest. After the Doctors had Failed to Cure, Health was Quicklj* Eestored by taking ,1 Ayer's' Sarsaparilla!1 "Not long ago I was extremely ill. 1 could not sleep, eat, or work. My. heart would throb violently with the slightest exertion. My nerves were all upsot and my joints wore swollen so I ..uld hardly tako a etcn. . " A11 tno doctors railed to euro mo and I was coraplotoly discouraged. A friend then per snaded mo to try Dr. Ayor's Sarsaparilla and rills. In n fow days I felt better and it took only two bottlec o£ tno Sarsaparilla to restore me to eompleto health. " My husband has taken Ayor's Sarsaparilla. with tho greatest benefit, too. It cured mm of indigeetion, general debility, and purified his blood when ho was suffering from boils. " I havo given Dr. Ayers Sarsaparilla to my children with tho most wonderfol effects* It keeps their blood pure,...

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

N. S. W- PARLIAMENT. . | In tlio Legislative) Council on' Thurs day night, ' tho intorest-on Judgment, Amendment Bill was read a third'time, on the motion of Sic. Hughes, and oarriod through its fin til stages. On tho motion of Mr. Suttor (Vice President of Ihe Executivo Council), the Forfeiture of "Leases Bill was-carried through its final stages, uud forwarded to the Aaaonijbjy. The Attachment of Wages Limitation Bill was read a second time, and takort through committee. In tho Legislative Assembly on Thurs day night, Mr. Waddell urged tho offer ing of a roward of L1000 for. tho capture of tho blnc'Ks dead or alive and free passes' to experienced bushmen to join tho pur suit. Mr. Gillies attacked the.polico force, which was defended by Mr. Brunkor, who supported tho proposal for an incronsed reward. All night wns occupied discussing n Supply Bill of L2^200v0p0, including lmlf a million for roads and bridges. Tho measure ultimately passed all its stages without amendment. Mr Sleath...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 July 1900

IN MEMORIAM. HITCHENER. — In loving memory of HENRIETTA HITCHENER who departed this life on July 29th, 1899, aged 23 years. Poor Etties voice is heard no more For death has claimed her voice And naught is left to comfort us But sorrows tears and sighs. But tears and sighs cannot atone That child held so very dear     Who filled our hearts with gladness Lifes downward paths did cheer But death spares not the fairest, In their youth or bloom. Come shed a tear oe'r Ettie, The good, the kind, the true Cut down in youth thus early         Are all her virtues blew God in his wisdom has recalled The boon his love had given And though the body lingers here   The soul is safe in heaven. Inserted by her loving cousin Emma Leis.       HITCHENER. — In loving memory of HENRIETTA, dearly beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. THOMAS HITCHENER, who departed this life on July ...

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

TOMcrN^ury'sb":"-1"^;""" Nino Members of ; tho- China.-Inland;?; "Mission at Chikiung and 2000 converts tit ' Pawting (?) harb beeri massacred. It is also reported there lms-boon a''-: woek's massacre of tho foreigners at? ' Houati and Shansi. j v During the march of the Chinoso trdops to Pekin 2500 converts were killed. . 0 Indian regiments have arrived ....at-: Hong Kobg. LONDON,. AUGUST X. Diplomatic and other despatches from Pekin corroborates the reports of tho. safety of the. Legations. A mutual-truce 1 has been observed since the 21st of July. : . All,tlio American missionaries at'Pekin and Tungchow Stations are safe, but tho ' Missions have been destroyed. Tho : foreigners are Bhoit of ammunition, but there is plenty of food. Four attomptn woro made to burn the Legations, but the : Chinese cowartlioo provonted them rush-.V ing the foreigner's barricades. Tho total deaths in tho various Legations number '68. .. The American Military Attache at Pe kin sent a denpatch on tho 22...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

LONDON," July.31../ Lord Roberts hits furnished a report concerning tho surrender of about 6000 Boors in tho eastern Freo Stuto to Sir Archibald Hunter. It appears that Major General Hector MacDonald ontho 26th from morn till night fought a rearguard action.in tho hills eloso to Bethlohcm and succeeded in blocking NoaupoortNek to all waggon traflio. ^ ; ' ; Tho enemy, occupying two other neks Bucceeded in twico checking Sir Archi bald Huntor'e advance, in which'tho SCOI'b ' Guards, Itoyal Irish, tho Wiltshires, and Leiristers took part. : Tho casualties wero nominal. Ultimately the, Loinatera succeeded in * capturing ono nek unopposed, and,there upon Commandant Prinsloo applied to Sir Archibald Hunter for a four days' armis-: ? tico to negotiato. Tho British Commander replied that ho would accept thoir uncon ditional surrender only, otherwise hostili ties would continuo. .. Later 011 Commahdunt Prinsloo offored toBUirender with his arms, but condition- , ally on tho Boers being allo...

A Convincing Answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

. A' Convincing' Anawor. * ' " 1 hobbled iulo Air. BUckmou'a 6tora ono cvoning," Bays VVcaley Nelsbn, of Hamilton, (in., " and. he asked me . to try ClmtnborUin'a Pain lia'm for rheumatism with which 1 hud suffered for a !<iug time. I toM liiin I hud no faith in any medicine as. thov all failed. Ho said : > Well if'Chuni* beiTaia's I'ain B.ilmdoea not help you,; ycu neud not pay for it/ I took a battle of It homo and used it atiojrding lo tha dhttotio' a nnd iu one week I was cur^i!, and have not aloco bet-n troubled with ihounvvtiBto," Sold by C. I. O&VftQOdglt - ' (

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

Brief Mention. . SrniNa* weather. : ' : PUKE of Edinburgh'dead. I)n. GREEN appointed Bialiop cfBul larat. . " ? , - ? BANK-- and Government holiday on Monday. ; ,. ' , OVERWHELMING majority for Federation in West Australia; , . '. ; " . PUBLIC 'meeting Scottish . Rifles/next: Monday niglit. Bio discount salo tin at Melbourno House. Don't mieF it,;-" '.w . ; ENTRIES fur the two prinofpal overitS'-'of the Tahulam raccs closo to-day. AUCTION sale of ? property by Mr.;];. Wheroat to-morrow afternoon. . REPORTS of Council and Chilled Mea., Works will bo found on the fourth pa ge OniCKETEiia ball this month, under the auspices of . (he Cricket - Association. Committeo working hard. : CHEAP excursion fares are advertised from AVallangarra to Brisbane. First olass return, LI 8s ; second class.return 18s THK Premier lias definitely decided to stand for the Fedoral House of Represen tatives. IT is said that tlio German Government intend purchasing 8000 horses in tho colony.",' .; ? ? ? '&...

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

SYDNEY, ' THURSDAY NIGHT. ' Tin ore is .quoted at 23B.. At a'publie'meeting in the Town Hall yeati3rdny,[u lurge and influential comuijt teo WHS formed to make.all arrangements to givo' Mr. Bnrton a hearty wolcomu on his return home. .

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

; LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. Wheat, lis , . - V ; vJFlour, X6 5ato L§ 10s ^ Cliiokwlieati 2s 3d to 2s 5d Olmff,, L210s to Ij3 10s - ; > . , Poliitocs L2 to L2 16s Mnizo,'. 2a 6d to 2s 6d Onts, 2s 2d to 2s4d . . Lucerne, L2 10s to L3 .Butter, croaniory, Is; factory, Is; Upiry, lOd. '

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY. NIOKT. JIESHIIS. Pitt Son and Badgery report as follows :TT- ; ? ! .. ?' ' 925 cattle were yarded: to-day, the market .being a shade weaker. Best beef worth 23a per 100 .lbs. . Bullocks, L5 10s to Lll; cows, L4 10s to L7 19a. 16200 sheep were penned, the market being a Is higher. Wethers, 10s to 1SV 5d; eyres, :9s 6d to 143 .6d. .

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