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LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, Monday I(iQHT. > .Wheat, 2s 6d to 2b 8tl ' OFlour, LG 10s to L7 . ' Chiclavheat, 2s -ltl .Chaff, L2 12s oil to JA . Potatoes LI 10s to L2 13s . Oatec Hay, L3 5s to L4 15s Jttaizo, prime, 3s Oats, 2s 5d to 2s Td ' Lucerne, L2 5s to L2 15s Butter-(Creamery and factory) 9d :Dairy) 7Jd to 8d . V

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

Railway Time Table. , The mail'train for Sydney leaveB Tenter, field at 7-10 p.m. daily, 8atrr-?i7s ex osptod, and for Brisbane ? n. 1L'30 rvr, daily, Sundays ex«»pted; . , . : . ; The Goods Train leaves Tcnterflel I for Sydney overy Tuesday, Thursday, ; arid utuniuy mornings at G o.m.j. and _ nr ives from Sydney ovory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at4 45 p.nn , The fares between Sydney and Tenter lleW, and Tenteiiicld aud Brisbane are as follow:- -, ' ' TBNTKHFriir.D TO SlDHEr. . .. 1st < lass, Single J£i 1 0 . 2nd Class, Single 2 10 0 :j . Keturn Tickets, available for . : Two Months. , 1st ClaBS £5 12 G . 2nd Class ... . ;..-*3.;10 - 0 . - WAtLAKOAnitA .0 UtllSllAKF. ' 1st Class, Single ... ?.v.-;: jBr.19 ? 7: ??? 2nd Chi38, Single ... ... ;X . 5 -5 ^ 1st Class, Botnrn ... ...210 u. 2nd Class, Eeturn 18.. 2 -

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 January 1900

Return Thanks. THE Widow and Family of the late Mr. C. BURGESS desire to tender their most sincere thanks to the many kind friends who showed such practical sym- pathy during their late bereavement ; also for the many beautiful wreaths sent.

Local Land and C. P. S. Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

^ Local Land and C. P. S. Revenue. 'IVIit. L.A. M"DouaALl, local Land. Agont and C.P.S. has, courteously furnished us with the following ? imforniution concorn-: ingtlio rovenue received for .tho. past yoar: LAND. Annual Leases ..... ... ... £1439.14 .9 Auction Sales r082 !. 5 Aftor Auction Salon...; ... 38 ? 5: .0 Conditional, Le.tsoB > .-.v.: .... -.,208!),...8- .6 Conditional-Purchases >. .... »7498 . : 7 ;v 0 HomcBtond Selections.,294 '.4 11 ? Improvement ?: Purchases 8*10 v- 0. R«8idontal-Loasos-v 14 0 0 Settlement Iioascs v2C8.13 .1 Sneoial Leases . ... ... .> 136-11 0 Miscellaneous ?Collections.;.- a 181,11,11 £12545 2 1 0. P. S. "aku MINES. C. P. S. s _ 334 6 8 Mining Registrar and VVardons * i v':. .Olork -... 140 18 4 - ' £481 5 0 .THE Royal Standard ISreuery, Turn Worth; suffered danuige' lo the oxtont of. £1500 l>y firo on-Saturday afternoon.-. That suino nigho a family namedGuotafson, lost their house and belongings valued at £500 by the devouring olement,

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY' NIGHT. -MESSRS. Pitt, Son, nud Budgery report as follows t.o-dny : About 36,000 sheep wore panned, tho lnnrkot being - up Cd to- 9d . per .hend. Wethers, 7n Cd to 13s 9d: ewos; 7s Cd to 10s Cd. iW2 cfttllo wore yiirded; valu'osibeinj? ii 8hndo lower., Best boef:worth' 19s-per lOOlbs ; bullocks, : L3 "10a 1 to" £7 15s ; cows, L3 to LO.

The Parkes Tragedy. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

The Parkes Tragedy. . SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. I AT nti inquest on tho body of Mrs. Schnavsl at i'nrkea to-dny, decensed'a I1U8 linud was committed for trial on ft clinrgo of wilful murder. It is reported that he 1ms confessed ho shot his wife, ?

SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

SYDNEY, - . THURSDAY NIGHT. , \ Tin oro is quoted'at. 19s. -. w : : The question as to whether. tho Pro mior will callParliamont.togethertn discuss JhO sending of the Federal Delogate to England, confinuos to bo actively discussed by mombors. - A Government officer at' Penrith is ^enquiring into allu^od disloyal uttcraooes made by a railway employee. - Tlib "Victorian Treasuror considers that tho establishment of an Australian Cordito Factory inadvisable at the present time, o! ? ^ Tho Conference of Promibra' yeBterday ducidod: 'that no alteration bo recom inonded in tlio method of - appointing Stato Governors after Federation of. tho oolomos. . It 1ms boon rosolved that aFoderal rifle . team will not bo sent .to BiBley tlim year:, At the London.'.wool aQle8vnqumt tono was noticeable ,* - prices: are unchanged. Sir Julian SalamonsfAgont-Genoral will resign m iAprilmoxtfor personahind pri vate reasofls;» Ho sails for.Sydnoy in Muy.

THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. . ON, .Wednesday aftorrioon the Sydney, Board of.Healtli...wore advised that a man with suBpidiouB glandular swelling. Bym tbiiiafcio: of Bubonic Plague was lying in a house in Ferry-Lane, Miller's . Point. The man was at once removod by the ambulance to Quarantine Station and placed under observation. Dr. ^sliburton Thompson lias refused to give any infor mation at present with roga'rd to the case. Tho Mayor of. Sydney has received from the Board of Health at Adelaide, the following telegram:-"Grave doubts as, to bubonic . plague in this colony. Case reported! to this Board as suspicious,. turnecTout on examination to bo pediciili copitis." This is roassuring news. . SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT." Dr. Ash burton Thompson, statos that theman Payne has every, symptoms of the blibonib plaguo.. Tho four persons who' were on . visiting terms with tho Payno family were quarantined to-day, making 11 altogether in quarantine. Ad ditional draatio precautions have boon taken in...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

"'V LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY FTIONR. -Wheat, 2s Gd to'2s 8d . Flour, L6 10s to L7 . Ohickwheat, 2s 4d ? - . Chaff, L2 12s Gd to IA , Potatoes LI 10s to L2 IDs :, .> Oaton ' Hay, L3 5s to Li 15y - .. Maizo, prune, 3s . ; ' ? K- - Oats, 2s 5d;to 2s7d' ' . : . Lucerne^ L2 5s to L2 15s . . Butter-(Creamery vand faotory) * Od Dairy) 7Jd to 8d . .w,..

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

Brief Mention. ANNIVERSARY "Dny. _ ART Society'Exhibition a big success. OrrosmoN in North and West Wards. ' Adjouiined annual meeting - -Hospital' 'to-night. . . ; CHILLED MEAT WORKS:meeting to morrow. ' ME. 'POLLOCK will bo in town to-morrow purchasing horses.. . IjITioation in Drako y o'sterday. v Two lawyers' engaged. ? . ,, , . HogAN's , Miusli;^'will ap'poar iiit jtho School of Arts on the:3rd February.' .: SPECIAL grant, of £200 authorised for roads and' streets. -i . , Mn. J; Baenabd,' who 'has; takon' oyer Mr. Fielding's business; arrived; in . town yesterday. The store will Uo- opened on Saturday 3rd February. MEETINGS'-: of.1; the'Large .and .Small Stock Boards were teldyesterduy. VFiill report next issue.* . , MB. AND Mns. J.-FiELuiNO topic''their departure last:nigiit for Sydney;.bo hiute for Europo. WoVwish tliem a safe fand pleasant trip. - WILLIAM LANE, of : communistic '-no toriety, has, ;'it ::iS; stated, i: accepted". the position ' of editor of/tho ,'' \yorker," ...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl D Intertcrbmal toner * AND ' Fairfield & .Wallangarra ? Advocate ? -FRIDAY, JANUAltY 20. Aa time passes, and the peculiar condition brought about by the war in South Africa becomes more clearly appreciated, thous ands,of Australians, who regarded the war os a mistake and keenly regretted tho re fusal of Mr. Ohamuerlain to refer tho dispute to arbitration, aro rapidly being persuaded that tho very safety of the Empire, depends upon an expeditious and decisive defeat of tho Boers. Tho. pre stigo of Great Britain as first among the Powers of tlio earth is now at stako. A few weeks ago the situation looked simpli city itself for Great Britain to put tho enemy to sudden death or surrender. It 'transpires that the Empire has a tremen dous undertaking, and that the Boer Forces can only bo conquered at a mighty sacrifice of men and money. And Great Britain cannot terminate the trouble until British bullets and Lyddite, valour, strategy, determination, and generalship...

THE BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. Captain Thomas Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

THE'BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. . Captain Thomas Accepted. CAPTAIN THOMAS ling been notified of liis appointment to a captaincy in the Bush men's Contingent, and accepted. Ho leaves on Sunday night to go into cxmp for a fortnight, but wo understand will, return for i> week before taking his de parture with the troops. The Captain has taken a large amount of interest in military ranks in local circles, and wo think the timo opportuno to .make some arrangements for giving him a suitable sond-oif before the date of leaving on his trip to tho war infested country of South Africa.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

" Wanted TALLOW, HIDES, RONES, SHEEP SKINS, WOOL, 15BKS WAX, HUKSE S .'.'and COWHATH, Ol'OSSUM an.) all kinds . MARSUPIAL SKINS. I'ain prepared to give CASH, for the above at cxteme rates. Wm. H. EVENIS, Soap Works. Washington H. Sonl &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, . 100 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. The Largest, Most \aried Slock of Patent Med clnes, Chemists' And Druggist#' Sundries, and Sur / gloat Appliance* In the Southern Hemisphere Noth ing >1111 Wit qiulity of Goods kept. Prices arc the . ,v LOWEST in the city. WE EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wish to buildup their system, banish sleeplessness, givetone . to the DlscaUve Organ#, and receive energy and ci» parity for persistent efforts of mind, tbe Health In* ' vlgorator, : Dr. Pettifer's Compound Syrupof Hypophosphites, 8mall Bottles, Is IM each, postage Sd ; Lirge Dottle* 89 each, postage Is 2/1. NO OTHER SYRUP CAN BE COMPARED TO IT it Is SUl'ERBLY SUPERIOR in every respect. . ENCOURAGED by this enormous success, after careful...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

LOCAL NEWS.. HOSPITAL MEETING.-Subscribers arc reminded that tho adjourned annual raeot tag of tho uljovo institution will bo hold to-night at tho School of Arts. BRIDGE WORK.-Tenders are culled to day for the construction of a bridge over Barney .Downs Creek. This is a work of urgency, and will prove an .inestimable boon to tho residents of that locality whoD completed. ' ' ^ : c ANNUAL LEASES.-Tho following annual loasos wero applied for yesterday :-'-S. L. Crisp, 337 acres, parish Underclifife,] county Bullor. E. H. Melling, G40'acres,, parish of Colbngon, county of Bullor. ROAD CONTRACTS.- The undermen tioned aro tho lowest tondeiB for tho fol lowing road contracts opened yesterday! -22-09-1000 G. Crisp, £128 8s 8d; 23:99-1900 E. G, Golledge, £185 6s Od. ?7 JENNINGS COMMON.-Tho annual meet ing of Commoners was hold on tlio 20th instant.' Tho secretary presented his report and balance shoot, whiclvlattor is advertised to-day. It was reportedrtbat the'average numbor of stock oh th...

TELEGRAMS. Southern Sporting. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

TELEGRANI8. Southern Sporting. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. FOLLOWING nro tho nccex'tnnces for thci Anniversary Hundicnp'to ho run on Satur day :-Mora, Corn lie, Blue Metal, Car-, horrn, Brazen Tjivd, Fairy Prince, Tlio Prizo, Bullomin, Hoynl Purple, St. Clnro, Willie, Drama, Iniluoaza and Inquirer.

The Produce Trade with South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

The Produce Trade with : South Africa.. ?; .iTHE'Promior of New Zealand has rocoivcd ailettor from Capetown with referonco to ybB opouiog up of 11 produco trado be 4 tweon Now Zealand and South Africa. '.Amongst other things tho writer says " I Am pleased to hear fcliut tho shippers have decided to send mutton and lamb on to London, the prico horo not being favorable. Tho butter, cheese, etc., will meet with a very good sale, as tho markot :.'is bare. ' Had freights direct been avail able^ I could have sold a groat quantity of ^produce. Merchants will not buy for : -shipment via Sydney or Melbourne, as li 'tlie freights are too, heavy, and tho time '^takon to reach here so long. The war /'will-mako things very bad for some time. ; (When the country is settled, under tho ^British flag, there will bo a very big { market for ail kinds of produce. I think . that if the companies were approached ' with rogerd to a direct line of steamers, makihg Durban tho first port of call, and going i...

ANNIVERSARY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

ANNIVERSARY DAY. TO-DAY will bo obsorvod as a closo holiday in tlio town, Tlio Amateur Art Socioty Exhibition, crickot matches, and picnics will provido a source of pleasurable ox citoment for holiday making votaries. Tho mild-weather will largely confcributo to 'the successes of tho day. . WESUSYAN SUNDAY SCHOOIi ' u-'V'X;.'.'-'' PICNIC; , , : Tho. annual picnic of tho scholars at tending tho local AVesleyan Sunday School will take plaoe in Mr. T. Peberdy's pad I doolc, Stoney Creek to-day. A general invilation "is extondcd to parents nnd i friends to bo present. ^ : ' . PRIVATE OUTINGS. A number of private picnics have been arranged;'for to-day in various parts of. the district.. Tho beautiful weather pre vailing renders tliis form of outing vory enjoyable, and invigorating. . . CRICKET. " A match will be pluyod on the Show ground commencing at 1 p.m. between' teams . ,ropi'osonting tho Town ; and; Country. .. V

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

L.ONDON, Jiinuiiry 22. Tha British lmvo successfully 0cim menced tlio' turning of the main Boer position. Tlio combined batteries perio dically silonced tho enemy's intermittent fire. . Oil the following morning General Warren, swinging his force round and occupying the points that had been vacated by tho enemy, secured possession of a rough tableland, which constitutes tho Key to the Boer position. ' / During tho operations Major-Goneral VVoodgato, Major-Genoral A. Fitzroy Hart, ana Major-Genoral H. J. T. Hild yard co-operated with General Warren's force. A demonstration madoby Major Goneral Lyttolton on Saturday and Sunday on tho Boer positions facing Potgioter's Drifr. compelling the loft wing of the onomy's forco to remain in full strength in thoir trenches, whore they . wero severoly punished by the guns of the Naval Brigade, and General Warren'8operation8>ore°tliua mucli facilitated. Further details of the; engagement at Acton Holmes state that 160 men of Lord Dundoriald's ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

To the Ratepayers of South Ward. LADIES utnl GICNTLISMENf,-My; term of office as one ofjyour representatives will erpiro on the 29th instant, aud I; havo the honor to stato that it is my intuition to Beek re-election, ard if my actions in connec tion with.. Municipal matters: havo been such as to warrant your continued- confi dence and support, aud should>you oguu re elect me, Ishall do all in my power to-ad vance the interest of the 'South Ward and Municipality generally. I am,'LadieB and Gcutleinen, . Yours Obediently, 1 . . , JOHN 100HKY. Tooterbcld, 25th January, 1900, T o the Jtllcctors of West Ward. ; ? LADI&S and GENTLEMEN.-Afc tho request of a largo numberof>. rato-. papers, I bee to offer myefelf as av candidate for your suffrages at the forthcoming Muni cipal Election. Sliould you ilo- mo. llie honor <»f electing me,you may >resb assured X shall do ult in my power -to further, the^ interests, of the ? Munieipalliy, and vWest Wurd in particular. ...

SPECIAL FLOOD GRANT. £200 Authorised. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

SPECIAL PLOOD GRANT. £200 Authorised. DIRECTLY after the damngo caused by the lato rains to the loads and streets within the Municipality, tlio Mayor and Council Cloi'k waited on Ml-. C. A. Lee, M.P., with tho view of Retting that gentleman to use his influence with tho Miniator. for Public Works to makoa special grant for tlio purpose of assisting to placo them in a state of repair.' A a a result Mr. W. P. Everett, Resident Engineer, was asked to report on the oxient of tho damage done. Tho Minister having received hia report, yestorday the Mayor received an oUioial. intimation to tho effect that the sum of £200 had been granted. Tho Mayor has sinco seen Mr. Lee, and that gentleman has expressed his intention of taking steps to hasten the- payment of this amount by the Treasury to tho credit of the Council. 'The ;proinptnoss diaplayod iti this matter is worthy of special aotico.

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