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Departure of Bishop Green. Appointed to Ballarat Diocess. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
[departure of Bishop Green, . Appointed to BaUarat Diocess. ON Monday last it was announced in Ar midale tluit Dr. Green, Bishop of Armi d:ilo and Grafton, hud been appointed to tho Suo of Ballarat, Victoria. The Bicliop succeeds Dr. Thornton, who lias resigned and taken his departure to England. Dr. Green has intimated lo tho Administra tor of the Diocese at Ballarat his willing ness to accept tho election, which was made by tho Board of Electors, and subject lo tho confirmation of the Primate and tho Bench of Bishops in Australia. The appointment is ouo that not only tho adherents of the Anglican body but all classes and creeds will cordially ondorso although it will bo impossible nut to feel a certain amount of regret in thu diocese, of which Tcntortield forms a part, that tho work of so grand in organiser, and so liberal and broad-minded a clergyman will bo lost to us. Bishop Green's ad vancement, if it 1ms been rapid, has been honestly desorved, and ho is shortly to go back to ...
Prominent Mines Closed Down. Men Thrown out of Employment [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
Prominent Mines Closed Down. Men Thrown out of Employment I [FROM OCB DRAKE CORRESPONDENT.] THE latest news to hand is that this Pio near Mino lins shut down, and all hands were dismissed to-day, the 31st instant. Tlio report o£ Mr. Danvers Power, the expert who was sent up to report thereon, being unfavourable, the Company (Gibbs Bright and Co.) decided to suspend oper ations. In viow of the past six months development this comcs as a surprise to all concorned, as iho eastern shaft tab been sunk lo a depth of 190 feet, and the lode is still going down, and in this shaft 90 foot has been driven north, and 35 feet south, tho lode varying from 1 to 4 feet wide. At tho 270 feet level in the old Pioneer Bhaft they have driven 90 feot north ona well detined lode, and were carrying on an underhand atope at tho 215 feet level, and they have about 200 tons of good concentrating ore ut grass. Tho mino never looked better. The total suspension of operations at tho Lady Jersey Mino is also a s...
THE SCOTTISH RIFLE COEPS. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
THE SCOTTISH RIFLE COEPS. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. A mrktiko of tile proposed Scottish. Rifles Corps was bold at tho Exchange Hotel OD Wednesday night, Mr. W. H. Aubrey presiding. About twoniy mem bers of the 90 odd enrolled wero present. The Cliairman explained that the meeting was called for the purpose of arranging matters'til connection with tho public mooting to be held next Monday night. It would bo also noccssary to ulcct tlirco uentluiuen as . officers 'of tho proposed Company. The following nominations wero then made Messrs. Aubrey, W. J. Gibson, A. M. White, Dr. Ortniaton, and K. K. Stewart. On a ballot being taken tho voting was : W. J. Gibson (18), W. Aubrey (10), A. M. White (15), Dr. r>-inistorr (7), and K. K. Stewart /1" ' Tho first three wero then declared olcctcd. At this stage Dr. Or miston took exception to tho manner in which the ballot was conducted, one gen tleman at least not having given his con Kont to nomination. A somewhat heated discussion ensued, but eve...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
Railway Time Table. : . ^e -inafl trata. for Sydney leaves Tenter Eeld at' 7'10'lhtn.daily, Satrr'';78 ex^ . ? oepted, and for Brisbane a. li-80'o.m. daily, Sundays erccpted. " The Goods Traill IeaveB Tontorflel 1 for '. Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and nturday mornings at G a.m., and ar ivea from Sydney every Monday, Wed ' oesday, and Friday evenings-at 4*45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tontor Beld, and Ttnteifield and Brisbane are as follow: ? TSUTEBPIBIII TO SIPHBY. 1st (lae;, Single ... ... £i 1 0 2nd Ulan, Single ... 2 10 0 Betum Tioketo, available for Two Months. : 1st Clasn ... ... ..v J6S 12 6 : 2ndCIaf3 ... ... ..." 3 10 0, ?,&lt; WALIANQAHUA O BHISBANB. . -. : 'let.CIBSK, Single, ...- ... &lt;£1 10 ?, 2nd CIUIB, Single 1- 6 ^ :1st Clasn, Efltarn-.,. ... 2 IS >'i . . 2nd Class, Boturn ... 1-18 2
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
Post Office Time Table. , MAILS CLOSE FOR WileonBV Downfall, and. Boonoo Boonoo, . Tuesday ond Friday, at 9-80 p.m. : Sydney, Glen Innes Ariuidale, Maitland, andNowiastle,6-15 p.m. (Saturdays .. excepted. , . ~ Talilllntu, Ciwino, Liijmorc, and-Ricbmood v' River-Dnily, except Sunday, at 12 ..noon; leave at 12*80p.tn, ''flmbarra. and Steinbrook-Tuesday and Friday, at 9-30 p.m. Leavo Wednes ;. day and Saturday at-6 a.m. ._ ? Drake, . Sandy Hill, and Rossiterville : Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12'30p.m. -BobBbawr-Monday and Friday, at 9'80 r . p.m. Leave Tadsday and Saturday, at 5 a.m. Brian's Gap-Tuesday, and. Friday at il'45 a.m. . ;' .. . WallaDgarra and Queensland daily at lO'SO a.m.'(Sunday excepted.) MillS AllBIVE FBOH Sydney, Glen Innea, Armidalo, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. . Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5'30p.m. ? Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at S°45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Richmr nd Rive...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
Solicitors. xjaaAZi. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, . &c., Houso-stroot, - Tontorfiold. DURING my temporary absenco id South Africa my affairs will, be car* rfed on nod mybuainces managed"by Mr. H. W. VVeigall, Solicitor, Commissioner fo ; Affidavits &c. Trust Monoy to Load , on Approved , So curlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Inries. nrriLL VISIT TENTERFIELD and VY atlond Court when required, . C. Wood Readett, Solicitor," Praetor, Conveyancer, &c., ?????,..? HAS commenecd Practice In Tontot - field, next door to Mr. J. Folding s Store-. Money to London approvod : Security. Trespass Notice. IN consequence of losses in aheap from sporting and. other dogs persons are prohibited from entering tie TenteriieW Station paddocks. Trespassers after this notice will he proceeded against. Any pormits pre rionsly given are hereby can celled. W. H. WALKEB. Tonterflelil Stotion, 2nd Fob., 1893. Printed and published , by Geofjebt Willi Ail B'jotiey, sola propri...
TELEGRAMS. Australian Federation. WEST AUSTRALIAN REFERENDUM MAJORITY FOR THE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
TELEGRAMS: Australian Federation. WEST AUSTRALIAN. REFERENDUM MAJORITY FOR, THE BILL. ,Tbb u'forondnm itook pliob faV Western Australia on Tuesday,' u 'ln'rga amount of interest being displayed in the polling. A; Inrgo number of roturns aro yet to come in, but cannot affect therosult.* Tho'poll wus as follows at 12.30 on Wodnbsday morning. : For the Bill 37,262 Against ;.... 15,762 Majority for th'o Bill' .......... 20,510 ? TncnsDAV NIOJIT. The latest roturns of the Federal Ref erendum in West'Australia'aro as below : For the Bill 46,332 Against 22,046 Majority for the> B^ll^..V....;-23,386 j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
£5,000 Our; Grand £5,000 Something entirely new and interesting. Read what you are to do. You may get £200 cash. Our contest is ta see who can make the largest list of names (or kinds) of birds from the following list of letters : YVDOOO CCKQULIAPRT AUIDGB8PN1ELVEHRU I M W A D;O H T h We will recognise as a bird Anything, belonging to the feathered tribe, whether it be a lien, Crow, Singer or any other kind. .You can use bny letter as many times to make a name as'it appears in the list of letters above ; for instar>co*: Woodcock, Plover, Snow Bird, &c. To any person* who can make a list of 25 or inoro different name* of birds, wo wilt give absolutely FREE a beautiful Prize value £200 or less. Big Prizes Awarded 'Daily,' When you have made out your list fill out the line on the bottom of this adv. and send to us with" a Stamped, Addressed envelope, then if you arc awarded a prize you can if you aesird get tho prize by becoming a subeoriber to TUB WOMAN'h WOULD. \yc shall a...
TO READ AT LEISUEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
TO BEAD AT LEISUEE. THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA BIUTANNIOA now being offered by the" THE TIMES" (Lon don) to residents in -New South Wales has not as yet been used to any extent ns a book 'in which to read nt leisure, and for the sufficient reason tint it lias j,pever heretofore bocouio n household 'possession. Its former hiph price put it quite out of reach. Even tho leimt fre quented club or library isill-adapted for tho comfortable absorption'of knowledge, But with' theN ENCYCLOi-i ATA BRITA'NNICA, on the shulvea, at home in the corner by tho fire, a slippored progress through its volumes is a fuller means of instruction than any other reading can afford. .It; invites you to follow, and follow at your own paco, tho expositions of such u faculty of lecturers a8-no;student has ever beon privileged to hear".' ^Statesmen and soldiers deal witji-history that.tbey'ai e making ; the arts find industries are taught by craftsmen ; in, every field, of.human in terest tho subjects iiire'r treated by ...
The Latest. Murderers still at Large. FRESH OUTRAGES UNCONFIRMED SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
Zia^'tes'fc. Murderers still at Large. FRESH OUTRAGESUNCONFIRMED SV DNEY, THURSDAY. No reliable news has been Received at bead quarters to-day concerning ,tho fugi tive blacks. Inspector Fofibery intonds going to Mud geo to-night to consult with tho' officers encngi'd controlling iiflaiis. Six black trackers arrived ab Gulgong to-nighhen route for Burgeboonmh, whero ibis believed thn Governors are located. Tholr Claims Set at'RoBt. The claim of other oough medicines to b us goml M Chamberlain's aro effectually so at retain the followiug testimonm! of Mr. C. D. GIass, and employe of B»rtlett and Dennis Co., Gardiner, Me. He Bays: "I hul kept adding io a cold aud cough in the winter of 1897, tryiui? every oonqh mndieioe I heurd of without permaneb help, nntil one day I WH8 in the diug storo of Mr. Houle han/nid ho advised me to 'try Chamber lain's Cough Renuidy and offered to pay buck my money if I was noV oured. My lung- *pd bronchial tubes were very sore at this time, but I was comp...
The Black Tragedies. On their Tracks. MUDGEE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
The Black Tragedies. On" their Traoka. MUUUEE, Tuusdny. A Chimiuian has brought newB to Gulgong thuc blacks had robbed liio hut nt Reedy Creok, throo miles to tho north of tho town. Tho Ohinamiui, frightened by tho i-oports of the murders, slept nt another Chinaman's house, and on return ing found the padlock brokon off tho door of his hut, and a quantity of Jtood taken Iho Chinaman's story was' subsequently corroborated by a member of a party of civilians out aftor tho blacks, who stated that they saw traoks'near tho hut, along the bank of tho creek, apparently going in the direction of Gulgong. Obo of tho tracks was that of a muffied left- foot. The polico have been communicated with, and they have started for tho spot. No urther authentio news is yet to band con cerning tho movements of tho blacks. A telephone messsgo has just been re ceived from Yamblo, about midivay be tween Mudgeo and Wellington, to the effect that at 10.80 this morning .a.man' named William Cain 6aw tho Gover...
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
WARDEN'S COURT. Mr. Fitzhardingo.then took his sent in tho Warden's Court. . Tho first case on Iho sheot was W. Car rail v. L. C. Rusaoll . Jones, which by request of defendant had boon postponed from tlio last Court, wherein plaintiff sought to reoover tho sum of LG 17s Gd, being tho amount (luo by defendant for his share of tho expenses of a gold claim in which ho was a contributing sharehol der. - Mr. Carrall being "duly sworn, de« posed : I am n miner and resido at Drake. I served the summons personally at Drake. I am suing the defendant for LG 17s Cd for work and labour dono ; ho was n shareholder in the mine in which the work was done. I rccoived a letter from Mr Pyers oflering mo L4 in settle ment. 1 refused to take it. I produce a number of letters- received, from the defendant, enclosing the money I hayo given ciedit for, and I have made repeated applications for tha amount that is now duo. Four of tho ishare holders agreed to give mo 12s (id a week each for half tho mine, ...
DRAKE NEWS. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 26TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
DRAKE NEWS. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 2GTII JULY. Before tho Police Magistral o, and Messrs. Siuitli. Curran, nn&lt;l Orabbe, J'b.P. Edward Mulling appeared on.BUinmons, at tho instanco of the Police, with having used profane language on tho night of 1st June in tho main street. Mr. 0. W. Readett nppoared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. After the evidence of ConBUblo Perkins, and some other witnesses on - both sides had been taken, the Bench inflicted a fiuo of 10s, with 7s 4d costs of Court, or 48 hour's im prisonment.
CHILLED MEAT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900
CHILtED MEAT COMPANY. THE aunual mooting Of the aliova com pany was hold at the Agricultural Society's rooms oh Saturday lost, whoa there were. present:-Messrs C, A, Loo (Chairman), I T. w. Walkor, R. Woolnough, W. Reld' and the Secretary. ; The minutes of the previous meeting! wererread and confirmed. . J A lttter was read from Geddes Birt'. and Co., in; reply to one forwarded by| - tho TenterEeld Company on Jho 6th June, i Btoting that thoy wero under .no obliga tion to keep tho works in' order, and as thoy wero not responsible for wear and tear, it must be perfectly manifest to the local. Company's directors that'jif.i.thb machinery werokopt goirigi it would bo absolutely exhausted andworn out in overy part long boforo the lease" expih^, and therefore they, could not conroive orii what pretence tho Directors threatened] to make a large claim: at tho end of the! lease. The machinory when taken ovor was- inefficient owing to structural de-, fects which were not discovered un til af...