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The Late King of Italy LONDON, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

The Late King of Italy I . ^LONDON, JULY DO. News has ju.it rcnchod London that King Humbort of Italy was assassinated yesterday, at Monza, tlio chief town of a district in thu province of Milan, in North Italy, andalittleto thenorth-eastof Milan city. _ . Tho assassin ivas an anarchist named Angolo Brosai. Tho unfortunate monarch had just on tored his carringo whon Bressi rushed up and discharged it revolver threo times at tho King. One of tho shots pierced the heart and King Humbert died within a few minutes. Tho assissin was captured, and was almost lynched by tho enraged populaco.. Bressi belongs to Prato, a town in tho province of Florcnco. - Tho Princo and Princess of Naples, tho son and daughter-in-law of tho King, aro yachting on tho Levant at present. LATER. When tho attack was made upon King Humbert, lio was returning from a gymnasium competition in the midst of choors from the crowd. Borne was qiiiot at midnight, vory few knowing that the King had boon.assassin ated. LOND...

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

GOLD asd MIMV.V.m, Drunituxo ACT, 1800 Notice in Ums of t-'ccthn 0 of the Gold and Miucml JJrahjing Act of 1809. To - whom it my conceit- NOTICE Is 8jven that application, as per nclle.lule hereunder, has liein made in terms ol tliu ubovc.metiiioncil Act for a lease to initio for GOLD by means nf DREDGING, in and oil tlio ami d.-scnbu.l, and that I, the .Warden of the Distiict, huving been so directed by tlio Sccrctary f.ir Mines, will, Oil tlio 18lII day of AUGUST NEXT at 10 t'?j'>V.inWs C'litrt, nt Tonterfiold hold an inquiry conccrning- *uoh'application to detcrmiue (l). what roads of access ami what sites for -.machiuery, workshop*, storage of fuel, op other, materials ara neccssary for . carrying on fcno mining operation*' >' lotcodod ; (u), what sum by way of ronfc-r A. foe the U8ti of fond comprising such roads of access and siies as :./. . * aforesaid, B.-for the lnnd to bo iuoluded in the lease applied for, shall be paid t>j the lessee to fclie owner or occupier in...

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

MV S. W. PARLIAMENT. IN the Assembly on Tuesday afternoon, .Sit William Lyno declined to state whetlior tlioro was any truth in tho pub i lished statement that if lie was sent for to form tli« first Federal Ministry lie was not at all likely to hand over tlie task to Mr. Barton. The roport of the Finance Committee lias been tabled in the House. It makes a number of important recommendations. The Commissioners ox press tlio opinion that any addition to the perinanont debt of the colony should bo vory rigorously watched, unless the particular work be carried out with born wed money suffici ently revenuo producing from the outset to pay at toast t ho annual interest incurred iii respootof the cost of construction. The Commissioners also recommend the ap pointment of 3 to settle existing and future difficulties between the Treasury and the Audit Office. .. Tho Premier stated that ho had cabled to the Imperial authorities to tho effect that thero was very strong objection hero to any ind...

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

THE LOHDON "TIMES" REPRINT OF THE " ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNIOA JSINTH EDITION-THE LATEST, ' AT H^LF-PRieE; r V PROVIDING^ - - YOU ACT PROMPTLY « The " ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNIOA " is temporarily offered at a price j BO low, anduponconditionBof payment BO convenient, as to bring i< within the reach of pur chasers- who count the coat of the books they buy* For a preliminary.payment of'£l Is a limito-1 number of persons in New South Wales who make up tkeir minds quickly cau'secmc copies of The Tihks Reprint of the "Euey clopndia Britancica " at half the publishers'price. * > After tho complete set of 25 volumes has been delivered-not in parts, , nor a volume at a time; but the eritiro 25 volumes, carefully.sealed'in.one tin-lined case-aftqr the books have been placed on the shelves, tjie purchase is to bo completed by 16 monthly payments of one guinea each. The guinea nrst paid is tha only payment to be made in anticipation ; every subsequent guinea is to be paid while the hoo...

Commercial. Mr W J. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

Commercial. JSx W J. Gibson's Weekly Beporfc. 1'ROEUCE SALKS. Maize, 2s 3d to 2s 6d Oats, clean seed 2/6 tov2/S, feed 2/3 to 2/0 Potatoes, 2a Od to 3a per owt " Chaff, 3s to 3a 6d per owt Turnios, 2a 6d .to. 3s-per cwt " PnmpVtns, 26s to 30s por ton - Fowls, Is 6d io 2a per pair J Ducks, 3s Od tu 4a fid per pair ' Turkeys-4a 6d to 7s per pair , ' Cabbago Is to Is 3d per dozen , Eggs, 7d to 0d per dozen Bacon 6d.to 7il per lb - . Cattle-Good demand for istore bullocks and small lots of mixed cattlo Sheep-Inquiries for small lots of .store shoep ' Horses-Heavy draughts, good hacks and poaies sell readliy al fuir prices Properties-There.; are numerous liuynrs for grazing estates, and small farm. I sold Mr Browii'a Rooehill Estate ntBryan'a Gap last week at a satisfactory price, and have two others now being iuspeoted V . Why should you . buy FAULDING'g EDCALYPTCS OIL! .Because ft is' the purest and most fragrant.' Distilled by F. H. Faulding & Co , the-oldest Manufacture ing Ch...

Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 1900. Meteorologist and Astronomer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

Meteorological Forecast, for Farm ...;ers and. Gardeners. Tor the Month of August 1800. BY ORO.NZO FBECA. Meteorologist and Astronomer. . 1st to 5th.-Atmosphere good for planting and sowing. Weather, heavy rain in places, most likely snow on. highlands iu Scullietn distriots. Southerly wind predominant, shifting North Wes* In North and North Easterly districts, -cloudy and variable. Squally in Western districts. Almost gen eral rains, North least affected. Conditions stormy. 0 6lb to 7th.-Atmosphere not so genial for planting operations, Woather variable. Kain heavy .in placcs, especially in South Eoot districts, cold Westerly, or South Bast winds, stormy, frostb in places. North least affeuted, West cild, snow and ruin in places. 8th to Otb.-r-Bcller atmosphere for plant ing and sowing, do not manure. Weather the same ; strong winds in places from same quarters. ' lOlli.-Atmosphere-unfavourable for sow ing and planting. ' "Weather unchanged. 11th to 13th.-Good atmosphere for farm a...

THE TENTERFIEL D Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 August 1900

. THEl TENTERFiEl D c lutcrrolffnial (taiitr f-,. . ;. AND . Pfitfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. LOCAL NEWS. ANNUAL IJEASE.-The following annual leano was applied for tliia week :-W. .Melling, 040 acres, parish Timbarra, county; Olive, ^ .FREE SELECTIONS.-The following ap Slications were lodged at the local Lauds tlice yesterday:-Francis Kiornan. o.c.p. 40 acres, and c.l. ICO acres, parish Bolivia county Clive. FOOTBALL.-Emmaville defeated Glen. Imtes Boiueraiigs at Emmaville on Satur day by 20 points to nil. In the Union Medal Series Emnnwillo leads with 24 points'. Tent Hill and Deepwater having 22 and 2o points respectively to their credit. ? BANK HOLIDAY.-In accordance with the provisions of the Bank Holiday Act Monday next, Ctli instant, instead ot last Wednesday, will lie recognised . OB the August hank licliday. Business peoplo and others, in order to save inconvenionce, will dp well to remember this fact. MISSING GIRL FOUND.-The daughter of Mr. M. McLe...

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

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE USUAL fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday night. Present: Alderman W. Reid.(Mayor); Walker, Crisp, Sommerlad, Whereat and Kelly. CORRESPOUNDENCE.   (1) From Borough of Annnndle, en closing the following resolution passed by that. Council for consideration by the Tenterfield Council:-"That the Munici pal Councils of New South Wales be at once communicated with asking them to join this Council in a deputation to the Government, urging the immediate pass ing, into law of the long-promised and long-delayed local Government Bill. . (2) From Stokes and Co., Melbourne, intimating that in view of the general re joicings that will take place at the com pletion of the South African war, they purpose issuing a special ''Peace" Medal suitable for presentation to School child ren and others, at L7 10s, L8, and L8 10s per 1000, and requesting to be favored with an order. (3) From Mr. K. Pyers, M.P., thank ing the Council for their special vote...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

SYDNEY, '' MONDAY NIGHT. ... Tin oro is quoted (it 23a. A Church pnrndo of the China navnl contingent took place yesterday afternoon at St. Andrews Cathedral, the Victoriun nnd N. S. Wales forces taking part. " - It is reported that nil aboriginal has discovered good gold bearing stono ' near Delegate. . - No tenders wore opened torday, owing lo tliehbliduy. A passenger by the. ooasting steamer . Ripple was found at Townsville Buffering from plnguo, Four obildron wero -remanded at : tho Urallii Police Court to day. on a chargerof ? placing obstructions on' the. railway lins»

Yesterday's Homebush. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Yesterday's Homebush. . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Mesxiis. Pitt Solum J Badj;ery report1 as follows:-' 720 cattle wore yarded, the miirkot being up 16s por head, best bee! lining worth 25s per lOOlbs. Bullocks, LO to Lll 14s ; cows, L5 to V7 10a. 8230 sheep wero penned'; inarkot down Gd per head. ..Wethers 12a to 13a: Del ; owos, 10s to 13a. " .

Yesterday's Races. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Yesterday's Races. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOIIT. AT tho Canterbury Pnik races, tlio fol lowing were the results : Tailors' Handicap.-Gullina, Bange, Jewel King. ' Park Stakes.-Dcroen, Murraraurra, Mar.kusa. Steward's Milo.-Glonore, Lygon, La tum. | . Jmiipor'a Flat Race'.-Turk, Oberon, Pebiilo. . ?.: ? . Bank Handicap.- Euloug, Promise, Crosslako. _ . Holiday Hnndicap.-Dozon, Trinket, Greemveil. ?

A Big Blaze. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

A Big Blaze. SYDNEY, MONDAT NIOBT. . ?" THE Clyde Follmongory WorkB at Gee- , long, one of the largest of its kiud in . Australia, was destroyed by fire last night. > Damage' estimated at L15,000.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. Our Financial Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

; THE: TENTERFIEI D Jut err o 10 \xx nl Cam ux ?r AND IVirfield & Wallangarra Advooato '.TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. .. Our Financial Prospeots. TIio roport of two loading bankers nnd : i a professional accountant on tlie 'statu of -the finances regards thorn from a business /point of view. Tlio colony ia steadily ' tfoing behind, nnd they estimate that it will take half a million additional revenue .o»ery ye:ir fo enablo us to honestly pay .. our way.!: Politicians aro too much givon /. to tlio micawber method of finance. ! They say ."thank God that's settled" -when they have only.drawn a bill on pos - terity. The money is still owing nnd by the operation of interest tho debt ia ; doubled every 30 years. The . Govern ment want six qr seven millions for the j 'Darling'Harbour resumptions and the ?l<athvay Commissioners have just ex , ; !plained that it is .imperative that thoy shall hare L400,000 additional for the . tramways. In no direction is there any .sign of expendit...

More Invalided Soldiers. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

More Invalided Soldiers. . / ; SYDNEY, MOSDAT NIOHT. THE ' steamer - Dancasoua loft Capetown laat Thursday with 67-mon and 4 officera, invalided home to Australia.''

Local Parliament Reform. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Local Parliament Eoform, MR. REluhas been giving broath to some A views on the changes which Federation will make in our local Parliament. He is of opinion that nn " Upper " House will no longer he necessary, unci that the num ber of members should be reduced to abnut 80 ; that a bill should bo introduced oroliibitincamembers from sitting in both Parliaments, and that the Premier of the colony should resign his office before con testing a Fedoral constituency. Many of the electors of this colony will heartily agree with Mr. Reid that the timo is ripe for making a movo in the direction of re ducing the representation "in the Legisla tive Assembly. With the Foderal House of Representatives at work, a large amount of the duties now performed by our local Parliament wijl be taken over by tho Federal representatives, consequently the local member will have ample time, ntliis disposal to attend to the vautfl'ot an elec torate spread o^os-"a""'much larger area than is at^jjcuBetit the case...

Federation. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Federation. SYDNEY-, MONDAY NIOUT^ THE latest West Australian referendum returns givo n'miijority of 21,021 votes in fiivor of the Bill. .

LAND SETTLEMENT. Important to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

;\'V. LAND SETTLEMENT. important to Selectors. ' Tub Following land regulations in connec tion with New South WaleB came' into force on the 1st August:- - IIOMLSTEAD SELECTIONS. An application that tho capital value of any homestead selection, of which a grant 1ms not issued may bo determined by, appraisement, shall be made in form 90, shall be signed by the applicant, and shall he lodged with or forwarded to tlio Land Agent, accompanied by a fee of £1 for cach selection of C40 acres or under, or £2 for each selection of over G40 acres. In the case o£ any selection applied for after the 20th December, 1899, the appli cation shall be nmde at any time before the date of contirmition, or so as to be received by the Land Agent within tho twelve months immediately succeeding the dato'of confirmation of the application for-the selection. CpNDITJONAT. PuitCJIASES AND CONDI- . TIONAL LEASES. - An application that the capital value of any conditional purchase or purchases, or conditional lea...

Death of Colonel Walker. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Death of Colonel Walker. SYDNEY, MONDAY.' ? COLONEL P. B. WALKER, Engineor-in Ohiof of Electrio TalegrnphBi died ycater- : day. . . i ? ? . ? LATER. -. The r'omains were interred at.Waverley. to-day iu tlie presenco of a large:"con- .' conrsa of mournora, including. many1' '' leading tnon. .

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

LOCAL NEWS. SALE OP A MINE-Mr. I. Wall has purchased O'Connor's mino at Drako, oil behalf of Mr. Watson, of tlio Mutual Ijifo Insurunco buildings, Sydney. SCALP DAY-Last' Saturday was re ceiving'day at Tenterfiold Station, when tlie following scalps wore destroyed : Scrub wallabies, 302 ; lock .wallabies, 4127 ; hares, 4 ; kangaroo rats; 171, and native dogs, 14.' Total, 4878. PKOPF.RTY SALE.-Mr. I. "Whereat re ports having submitted to auction on Saturday last, the property known as Hunter's Paddock on tlie Western side of the railway .lino. It was passed in at £4 2B 6d per acre. e PARLIAMENT.-In tho Legir'ative As sembly on Thursday night, the urea tor part of the time was occupied in discuss ing the Industrial 'Arbitration Bill, which is meeting with considerable opposition. Tho debate was adjourned till Wednes day. BORDER MEDICAL INSPECTOR.-Owing to tho plague visitation having practically died out in Brisbane and Sydney, Dr. Bell, who haB been inspecting tho travell ing public ...

TELEGRAMS. The Premier at Dubbo. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

TELEGRAMS. The Premier at Dubbo. SYDNEY, Monday. SPEAKING nt Dulilio on Saturday night, the premier Btated that nlthough the Government wore pledged not to raiso the fiscal, question tlmt will not provont its going to tho Customs for revenue if re quired. The l'romier Btrongly favors the building of railway lines to develop the country, irrespective of whether they will pity from- tho start. Be nddi tlmt it is now ndvisiible to engage tho unemyloyed nil water conservation tlmn to. employ them in other directions. ' \

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