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CASINO TO LISMORE RAILWAY. Taken through Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

CASINO TO LISMOEE RAILWAY Taken through Committee. IN the Assembly on Thursday nijjlit, the second rending of the Casino to Liampro Railway Bill WHS moved by Mr. O'Sullivin. Bo said tliin was n small line of 16 luiiea length, which WHS necessary in order to reach the point from which a railway would bu built to Grafion and the New England TuMoland. Eventually they hoped that tho lino would ho extended thiough Queensland to Brisbane. Tho district WHO 11 very fertile one, and it would prove n financial success. Tho second reading was agreed to, and the hill was taken through committee without amendment.

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

Brief Mention. ANARCHISTS busy. GOOD growing weather. - MoKK road contracts advertised. BAND entertainment to-morrow night. CHINESE affairs very' undecided and contradictory. :THE Premier expects to deliver his financial statement in about three weeks' .time. '? AT Warwick Farm on: Saturday; Acetirie won,the Steward's Mile, and Argo the Handicap. GLEN Innes Municipal Oouncir is agita ting for a Circuit Court at that town. Hopeless effort. MB. J. KBNKY, Burrawong, has been appointed manager of the_. Glen Innea Butter Factory.. THE body of Mr. W. Rogeraon has been recovered in 6 feet of water in the M'ln tyro. River, Inverell. , . BANKS and Court House observed,the holiday yesterday. . " ? THERE was no quorum at' the;.;Fariitor8' and Settlers' Association meeting. .'last Saturday,afternoon. WHILE tosting a rifle near, Rylsfone.on Saturday, Andy Batten accidentally .shot his cousin Alfred Batton dead.'1 .; ? IT is stated on most reliable authority that Sir Frederick Darley will be the ...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Post Office Time Table. HAILS CLOSP. FOR Wilsons' Downfall, and Uoonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, ot 9-30 p.m. ? ? Bydnoy, Glen IDHCB Arniidale, Jlaitland, ; . and Nowiastlo, G'15 p. m. (Saturdays excoptcd, , , Tabulara, Casino, Lismore, and Richmond IUvor-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12-30p.ni, , rimbarra, and .Stoinbrook-Taceday and Friday, at 9'30 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday al'G a.m. j" Urate, Sandy Hill, and KoseiUrvillo Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12'30p.tn. -BoBshaw-Monday and Friday, at 9-30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at6 B.m. ~ , ' /.Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at ll;i6 . a.m. WoIIangarra and Queensland daily at .: 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) - . MAIM ABBIYB rmat Sydney,- Glen Innes, Irniidalo, West ;Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex V cept . Sundays) at 1150 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and>Suiiday, nt 5-30p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (oxcopt . Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Kiuhrarnd Eiver Samo as D...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S . A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, T&o most offootlvo preparation " TJT <4d.b tto month of the » LUmj & C0- MANCHESTER. _ 4 Silver Mtdali and Diploma*. Q J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, - :&c" ^ Rouso-strflat, . - Toatorfioll. r\0RING iny.""(emporary -absence in U South'Africa my affuirs will bo car* -tied oo aud my -.business managed by Mr« H.tW. Weigall, Solicitor, (Jonunisaiouor fo ffidavU&'&o. ? Trust Monoy to Lond on Approved P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. CTtTILL VISIT TENTERFIELT) and YY attend Court when required. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer; \ &c., TTA3 commenced Practice in Teo'.oi XX fiold,i-ext duor to Mr. J. Fialdiog's Store. - , - Muacy to Lend on1 approved ' . Security. . IN conseqnence of losses in sheep from oportins and other dogs persons are prohibited - from entering tho Tenterfield Station paddooks. -.Trespassers after this n...

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

LATEST COMMERCIAL, 1 . SYDNEV. MONDAY NIOHT. : Wheat, 3a: Flour, L6 5sto LG 103 ; ; -' ,Ohickwhoat, 2s 3(1 to 2s fid v ;V Chaff, L210a to 1,310a f v Potatoes L2 to L2 16a ¥',? Maize,. 2s Bd to 2s 6d Oats; 2s 2d to 2s4d , . , Lucorne, L210stoL3 k',- 'Batter, criamory, Is; factory, Is; .'fdsiry, lOd. ? .

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Railway Time Table. .-.?.?.The mail train.for Sydney leaves Tenter co^tod, and for " Brisbane a. IrSO .daily/Sundays excepted. ? , , The GoodB Train leaves Tenterflell for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and atnrday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar iveB from Sydney . every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. 'The fares between Sydney and Tenter 'field, and Tinteifield and Brisbane are as follow: TElfTKEFIELD 10 SlDKBT. i 1st (lasr, Single ... ,., £1:1 0 2nd Ulai 4, Single 2 10 0 ? Beturi Tickets, available for Two Months. . - . 1st Clasn ... ... ... £5 12 6 2nd Claia ...?' ,3'10;'0-. * ."WAnanaAnuA o Bbisbane. > 1st Clasu, Single ... ... £1 19 ,: v 2nd Clais; Single ... .... 1-6 - ; 1st Clasu, Eetnrn .... 2 19 2nd Class, Beturu . ... 1 18 2

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

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. SIDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Mias Clrvfko, tlie only aurvivoi of' tlio Breclong tragedy, is now out of Janitor, but quite denf. Tlicro are further ropnrts of tlio fugitivo blacks lmviDg been scon, but no captures hnvo yot been made. * Inspector General Kosborry has re turned to Sydney, but he doclines to^ive any information with regard to tho dttnils of the soaroh for tho fugitive blacks.

The Black Tragedies. MUDGEE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

The Black Tragedies. MODGEE, FRIDAY. TitE'polioo lias just found whoro blaoks camped at a firo r>y tho roadsido, about 300 y.irds from tho Yunibto Hotol. .Thoy picked up at tho camp rugs, which llio blucks had had muffled on their (cot.' On tho rngs tho'black'stoe tnnrks wore plainly visiblo. As tho smoll is easily detectablo by the human n'oso, the mufflers should provoupo ful to give bloodhounds .the scout. It is Buid that traces of tho blacks have been found and followed up, but without nny result. . . SUPPOSED -SYMPATHISERS WITH, .. THE CRIMINALS., A groat many woll-informed peoplo take no trouble to disguise their belief that the tleouig lilacka hnve sympathisers who aro assisting them. One man who is among tho suspected number is bolioved to have soon them on Thursbny. Be told seroral different stories about his movements, and bought provisions at n Goolma store, .'i'lio food ho had no apparent need for, and as ho got rid of it in a mysterious manner the supposition is that...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

LONDON, August 2. Lord Roberta reports that 1200 mom | Boors have surrendered to _ Gencrnl Hunter in the oust of tho Orange River Colony, and ho expects the total will reivoh 4000. Among thoBD who-havo snrrend ored are Commandants Roux, Fonteinel, Deploy, Potgietor, and Joubert. Gene ral Bruce Hamilton lias collected from the onemy 1200 rifles, 850 ponies, and nn Armstrong gun. Commandant Olivior, with a portion of tho Boor force and five guns, broko away in the direction of Harrismith. The Boem romoved the rails on the line at Frederickstad, south, west of Johannesburg, nnd n supply train was derailed. The driver nnd twoho soldiers were killed, and thirty men injured. President Kfuger is trying to concen trate tho'Boor commandoes at Lydenburg. Many of tho Boers, howeror, havo proved deaf to all ontrcaties to continue tho struggle, and are surrendering at the various British camps along tho Delagoa Bay railway line. i. Maoliadodorp, President Kruger's hoad quarters, has been evacuat...

The Latest. LONDON, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

' Tlie ;3ja>teslj. LONDON, August 5. The beheading of .tho two pro-foreign members of the Chinese Council occurred publicly by order of tlioEmpress Dowager. Both viotims advocated efforts being mado to conciliate the Powers. A privato message has been received.in England etnting that the British Legation was safe on thu ISD August.-'' 30,000 Boxers are posted ft few miles north of Tientsin. An Imperial canal lias been'opened flooding the country. A.refugeo reports that 2000 Imperial troops have been massacred,* also 15,000 Christian converts at Debaduase.': The Viceroy of Nankin ' has agreed to the British binding 3000 troops for the defenco of Shanghai. . " Tho Ujiiitcd Stat cs Secretary of State regards the refusal of the'.Cbineso Govern inent'to transmit cypher messages for tho Foreign Ministers at Pekin as a cancella tion of the negotiations to stop tho Allies' ^expedition to the capital. " i ? Latkk. SVAn Imperial ediot. orders -that all tho Foreign Ministers at Fekih will p...

ANARCHISTS AT WORK. The Shah of Persia Attacked. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

ANARCHISTS AT WORE. The Shah of Fersitt Attacked. LONDON, Fridny. BRESSI hns admitted that he had been designated to murder the Into ICing Humbert. Tho police hare . arrested Quintavalli and Latin, t\vo anarchists who accompanied Bressi to Europe, Amidst frovont outbursts of locality on the 'new King's arrival at Monxa, two others were arrested shouting "Viva acarohia." The police at Elberfeld arreBted Bernnrdio, an Italian anarchist from Zurich, who w.-isheard'vociferating "The Kaiser's turn after Humbert." ' It now transpires that King Humbert's life was attempted at Naples on July 19th, though the news was suppressed. When tho Shah of Persia was starting on a journey, a man, bolieved to boinsano, rushed the carriage of the railway train, brandishing a stick and shouting "Long Kve the .childron of the poor!" When arrested he was found to have a revolver in his pooket. LONDON, August 4. The Shah's assailant wna Francois Salson, an anarchist, who admits that ho intended to kill the ...

THE LATEST. LONDON, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

LATEST. LONDON, August o. The Boers have been oiected from Mcgaliesberr, 30 miles froni Bustenberg. Many prsoners were captured. The British casualties numbered 41 wounded. Altogether 3,346 Boers have now surrendered to (Jeftornl Hunter; also d,04G horses, and 3 guns. President Krtiger and Genoral Botha, promise to compensate the Burghers re maining in the field if tho British injuro Iheir^farms. The BOOTB liavo derailed and injured a train at Honingspruit. Tlicy captured .40 prisoners, who were subsequently liberated. . - Portugal has dismissed all its Customs and Railway officials at Delcgmi Bay owing to their allowing contraband war material'to the Trousvaal. Lord Roberts has remonstrated with General Botha on the iniquity of supply ing the Boers with soft nosed bullets. Commandant Oiivior declares that he will continue to fight. Private A.' Sharp, of tho New South Wales"""'Mounted Infantry, has been wounded at Jilikntsuek. " ? ? ? ' - LATBR. ;* A party of Boers at- Wjvterval: li...

RICHMOND RIVER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

RICHMOND RIVER RACES. TUB above races took place at Casino lust Wednesday and Thursday, passing off in a highly satisfactory manner. Tho double was won by Slipper and Amor,' Fallowing are the results: FIRST DAY-WKUNESDAY. Opening, Handicap-Acis,. Lady Mao beth, Eangitnra. Sirea Produce Stakes-Prince Bismarck, Sinduni. . V.A Turf Club Handicap-Slipper, Amor, Erato. Won by a neck, ; Eruto two lengths away third. Trial Handicap-Boaumorit,',; CannduY Florido. - High Weigh t'Handicap^'John Norton, Melodist, Kangitarn... ... ; SEOOMI DAY-THURSDAY.; /,; ' Hack Rnco-Oakdalej'PromjsoVri :- . Distviob Purse-Lady Macbdfcliv 'Rongi tiira, Inoonso. ' . ' V- . ' . Handicap , Cavalry ? Raco ,!-;Purfleet,'i Bobs, Flurry^ - , , ^ CrtsinoHandici\p--Amor,Errito,'Slipper. Won ,ny two-lengths; Slippera'Jlongtli away third. , ' ' * Welter Handicap.v,-Beaum6ijt,;..Melo dist, Abbot. '< FarewoU Handicap-Maiisor, Slipper,' Lad jT Macbeth. Forced Handicap;-John Norton, Melo dist, Canada. ;

SCOTTISH RIFLES BRIGADE. Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

SCOTTISH EIFLES BRIGADE. Public Meeting. Thkhe wan a vory gnud mustor at the public meeting convened by tlio Mayor last night in the School of Arts, for pur poses connected with tlio" formation of a .Scottish Rifles Brigado in Tenterfield. Tlio Mayor occupied the chair, Mr. C. A. live, M.P., also occupying a seat on iho platform. The business having been opened by Iho Mayor, Mr. C. A. Leu addressed those present, in the courso of which he Baid that tlio movement had his entire sympathy and support. He ex horted the young men of tlio district to eptul-th'eir names, as it would be of vast boncfit to them. Among other things it taught discipline and obedience, two things that many of the rising generation were prono to lose sight of by the great freedom they enjoyed, and oxulicranco of spirits. He paid a graceful tribute to the gallantry of the citizen volunteer in. South Africa, who, though at first looktSh down upon by the regular soldier, was now recognised as his equal. The Mili ta...

Mr. I. Whereat's Retail Price List [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

; Mr. 1. Whereat's Beta^Prioo ^t; Corn, £a 9<1 pel) btishel Oats, seed 2s tid per bashol Oats, feed 2a 3d per bushel Wheat, 2b Gd per bushel Potatoes, 3s Gd per cwt Chaff, oaten 4s per cwfc Chaff, lucerne 3s per cwt. Pumpkins, IsGd per cwt Turnips, 3s per cwt . Bran, 4a per lOOlbs Pollard, 48 Co per lOOlbs , Lime, 5s per bag- ..

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

LONDON, August 2. Large nun)bora of 'Germans nru volun teering for service in China. Of .120,000 wlio Imvo already offored themselves, 3060 tiro officers. Tho Indian Government innow prepar ing for tliu despatch of ft third army bri gade to China. , Admiral Seymour is insisting on ft visit to tho Viceroy of Nanking, and the latter hfts reluctantly sent a warship to escort H.M.S. Alacrity past the Chinese fort. Li Hung Chang has assured thd foreign consuls that tho Ministers at Pekin will bo placed in communication with thoir respective Governments if tho advance on tho Chineso capital by the allied troops is postponed. f Great secrecy is observed in connection with tho movements of the Japanese troops at Shan-Kha-Kwan. It iB expected they will make a simultaneous advance on Pekin from Shan-Khn-Kwan and Tientsin. LONDON, August 3. A meaago received from Sir Claudo MacDonuld, dated from Pekin on 1st July describes tho lines of fortifications around tho legations. Everything outsido th...

Commercial. Mr W J. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Commercial, Mr W J. Gibson's "Weekly Report. * ; . "PRODUCE SALES. :: Maize,'2s 3d to2sGd Oats, clean seud 2/6 to 2/9, feed 2/3 to. 2/6 ' iTolnloes, 2s Oil to 3s per cwt :s:ChafF, 3a to 33 Gil per cwt VTuruios, 2* Od to 3a per cwt . Pumpkibs;2oa to ,30a per ton Fowls, Is Gil to-2a per pair Ducks, 3s Cd tu 4a Gil porpair; . v . . Turkeve-4jj C.l (o-7s p( r pair Cabbage Is to ls3d per dozen Eggs* 7d to 9d per dozen . < Bacon 6d to 7d per lb ,'i

Danger of Colds and La Grippe. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

Danger ot Colds and La Grippe.. Tho Greatot danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting. in pneumonia, If reasonable care is used, however, and ChdmoerhliiV Coiijjh Remedy taken, all danger will bo avoided. Anion? the teis of thousands who have used this remedy for these dUeaees wo have yet to l«arn of a single case haying multed. in pneumonifc, which >hows conclusively thutitis a certain preventive f/t that d»ngorous; malady^ ; It will cure > ci.ld or an uttt.ci: of la gi fppe in Irse time thuri any other treatment.- It Ja pleasant And ea'u to lukc... For ealo byO.I* CuVMi.ough., .... ..v.--..;.',1 . ..

Their Claims Set at Rest. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

'.i-Thelr Claims Sot at Best. Thc claim of oLlicr cougli medicines to be as good AS Chamberlain's are effectually sc* lit rc6fc JD the followiug testimonial of Mr. C- D. Gluts, and employe of Bartletb and Dennis Co., Gardinor; Mo. He says-: . UI had kept adding to a cold aud eough in, the wintcr.of 1897, trying every coui»h medicine I heard of \dtliout permanet help, nntil one day I was in the chug store of Mr, Hpule* hau./and he'advi&ed pic to try Chamber? Iain's Cough Remedy and ofleted to poy back-my money if 1 .was noi cured. My lungs and bronchial tubea were very fore at ? tikis time, but I was completely cured by this remedy, and have since always turned toit whonTget ft fold, and coon find rolief. X »I«o recommcnd b to my friends and am ? glad t o Buy it is the best of nil cough medi* emeu." For sale by C. 1. Cavanoagh Why should you buy FAULDING's JaUGALYPl'tJS OIL? ficcaneo it,is I ho purest and most.fragrant. . Distilled, by F. H. Faulding & Co., I he oldes...

Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 190O. Meteorologist and Astronomer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 August 1900

v Meteorological Forecast; fop Farm ers and Gardeners. . "For the Month of August 190O. v ) iiV OftONZO PftESA... '' . ' Meteorologist and -Aatronomori . ' .; and fiowirig: .Weather,'ijeftvy rain ia places, ; moat likely suow on*'highlands in Scnthorn districts. 'S<m{her]y. wind predominant, shifting Nortii West. In Norfh and North . Easterly'., districts, cloudy and. " variable. Equally in Western districts. Almost gou eral rains, North least affected. Conditions stormy. -' 6lh to 7th.-Atmosphere not so genial for planting operations. Weather variable. : Kain heavy in places, especially in Mouth . . East districts, cold Westerly, or South East winds,-.stormy, frostb in places, North' least affected/West cold, snow and rain in s places. . 8th to 9th.-Better atmosphere for plant .. iug and sowing, do not manure. Weather i-tlie sumo ; *tt i)tig winds.in pluccs from same .quarters. . lOili.-Atmosphere unfavourable for sow* ing and plnnting. Weather unchanged. 11th *o 13th.-G...

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