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

If yoa want . . . .llegiitterol. @oodl St@@! Cutlery .'?-.'.Send Post Onrd with your address to , W. Jno. Baker, cutier, . 3 Hunter-street, Sydney, iSTfor his Illustrated Catalogue. Dentistry; DR. AMESBURY. A.Y lie couBiilteJ at . bis Surgers .EOTIBO etiect, Tenterfield, on date IOHDIIODOQ below. ;:vArt>fioinl Tooth "miido! fitted, and : re ' :,p«ired ou tlm Premises (speciality).'.' ?: V'FuIuloss Extraction ctc., 2s 6d. - --? : r.UIl.'i AMJ'.SIiUltY'tj noxt Visit, to Ten terfieliV will bo on WEDNESDAY and (THURSDAY, August 8tli and Oth, Eczema, Salt-rheum, Tetter, Rashes, Pimples, Blackheads, Boils, Ulcers All Due to Impure Blood. Road lio-w this young girl was ourod with Mrs. Slay Watson, 0 Roso Road, Surry Hills, Sydnoy, Now So. Wales, sonds 'ns'.tlie aliovo photograph of her daughter, togiitlior witli the following testi monial: "My daughter was suffering terribly from cezema on both lior lands and feet. Soon'slio showed signs of improvement, and after taking a few bottles th...

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

:i; ??? As tho Criminal Coiut oil Friday Dr 10 W»on hi* . ING'S FUPAV"vi#,?"n 1,nttle of FAULD - MJCAIAl'TUS OIL, than half a * ' nrm"n !r f U"y ntl't,r lrul,d- Try it. om) - A Convincing Anawor. . ' f h°blile'l itilo Mr, Hlnckmon's store - W«m*?»0-Mr?' "°ys Noiion,. Of p. "1'0"' P^'> "111 he asked me to try ChamhsrUm'a IMIn Ba'm for. rheumatism T oWim T I, ! forft long time, thnv . T , "J? 1,1 ""V me<»oine us thoy all failed. He said : . Well if Cham nenrt"" " P"1'" 'im' not ,lelP ynu, you hl» Pay or 1 look » bottle of it U8e lt Recording lo ibe directions i ° WCck } ,wa»«nrcd, and lmvo not Si nnT nrt81 ,i"1 iheunntism." Sold by G. I.. Civanough W ANTiiD n smnrfc BOY, ns an An ' iTi P^nt'.00 '°.''Ie' Printing Business. Apply Oihoe of this Paper. " Tenders. rpENDERS will ho . received by'the moT,H?,d<JTl«',l!d for EREOTION of : T !? of SIX WIRE FENC S.T 3 n ,roS No' «"<! Three: Wires , .USLbi Contractor to: find everything ana complete, tho.conira...

Agricultural Societies. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Agricultural Societies. IN view of tlio large sums of money voted annually by tho Oovorntnont in aid of tlio agricultural societies, the Ministor for Agricultural (Mr. Fegan) in January last appointed ft hoard, consisting of Messrs. , W. S, Cimpbell, G. Valder, and E. D: E. Van Weenan, to investigate into tho : Dianogoment and control of tlio aocietios, and report upon their educational value . and general usefulness. : The conclusions arrived at by tho board aro : -- Tho support' given' by graziors and . ajjriculturalisis.. for whose beritfit, these social ius weio,'bs6iblisliod,'hiivb only been of luitewarhi;* iiiitui e. i Tho goneral bodies of 'societies have a|so evidently ovor .> looked, the 'aims' for which they wero brought inlb existence by-(a) not Jgiving sufficient .encouragement of tho breeding ' of the most suitable, stock ; (b) the promo tion of scientific farming ; (c) supplement ing these two primary objects with giving lectures on them at opportune occasions, andd...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

I710R SALE.-HOTEL AND STORE, doing . good b'uainess ; larqe area of spleudid land.' A Sure Fortune; W. J. GIBSON, v Auctioneer, Tenter field. WANTED. WANTED a BOY for a Station. Must understand Milking mid Driving, Apply to . MRS. CAl'PONI, ' v .Registry O^ice.5; Donations in Aid of ;? INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Collected by Mrs. J. HARRiuAy, Amosfjeld* P; Chriatiauaon 3s j Mrs,." .T, Harriman, Mrs. J. Crisp, Mrs. lXEonnor, Mrs. J. . Newley,-. Mrs. White,' L, , M'AIiater, v- each 2a 6d; J. Barlow^ Mrs. Bottrell; Mrs. Crowe,, Carrie Newley, Rita Newley,. G, Stalling, N. Stalling, Edward'Beddoe, Mrs.' E, Harriman, " each 2s: Sumuel Crowe, 5s; Roy and Daisy Crisp, Is Gd; Olive Grice, Edie Harrimau. Alfred Harriman, Saiah 8tonebridgr, Mariu Stouebridgo, Mrs. " Gallugher, Miaa Rennet, each la; Sam ITarr, J, Cook, G. Rriffcn, Emma ^tonebridgc1, ouch'6d; Richsrd, Sissie, . and Charlie Crowe, 0d ; Mollio and Willio Stalling, 6dj Ivy Stooebridge, $d ; Manaon, Connie, and Ruth While, 7d. - Total-£2 ...

Australian Federation. The Westralian Majority. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Australian Federation. ^5*/- * The Westralian Majority/1 ?A SUMMARY; of tlio roturns of tlio federal referendum takcn.inWeBttru Australia last.week gives the following details of the polling - ' II r ^ y OB No f Metropolitan electorates or, 7008 ?? c 4380 Fremiratle 4687 3141 QoldBelds . i 26,160 1760 Country' electorates ? 6638 10,619 TBE TOTAL VOTE IN. AUSTRALIA. ? ? . ? ,-ri ? l>or Againit Majority N.S.WV'. J../.V 107,420 82.741 Vioton/i 3 -10,001 S. Australia . 65.920, Tasmania....... .10.600 . Queensland ,-k -38,488 W. Australia: - 45,45)3 408,021 160 203 217,758

The Federal Electorates Boundaries. House of Representatives Divisions [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

k The Federal Electorates Boundaries. f'i J ' House of Heproaentativea Divi»ions Tnt report of the Commissioners appoin ted to delino tho boundaries of thu Fed oral Electorates Divisions for tho House of Representatives, was handed to tho Promior on Saturday, and published in cno of tho Sydney dailies on Monday* Tho colony has been cut up into 26 dec- l torates, many of which embrace a largo track of country. It could hardly bo j oxpcctcd, that entire satisfaction would result from tiie labors of tho Coin mission, nnd it is yet. possible that alterations may bo tnado. when the matter comes on for discussion by Parliament, und the Eloc tonil Commissioners are now prepared to hear any objections to tho divisions. In connection with the electorates, aboriginal names havo been used in every instance. Ab far as possible the mining industry, whether coal, gold, or copper, has been separated from the pastoral and agricul tural industry, tho idea being to preserve tho lntorosts of the commu...

Terrible Railway Accident. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Terrible Railway Accident. - SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. ' A TEBRIRLR railway accidcnfc occurred to- :;! day at. Clifton Hill, near Melbourne, .. ».' FOUL* trucks became derailed, and teles* coping, a number of navvies were thrown out, the trucks falling on them. Seven - ~ i mon were killed, and six injured. £5,000 ,0ur Grand £5,000 OBNITHOLOGICAL CONTEST. . Something entirely new and interesting. Beuf what you are to do. You may get £200 cash. Oar contest is tj see who can make the largest list of names (or kinds) of birds from the following list of letters : WDOOO OCKQUUAPRT .ahidgbs PN'IEL vbb rd IMWADOHTL We will recognise as a bird anything belonging to tho feathered tribe, whether it be a Hen, Orow, Singer or anyotberlilnd. You can use anv lettrr as many times to make a name as it appears V tho list of letters above; for instance woodcock, I'Jorer, Snow Bird, &c. To any person who can make a lfct of 23 or moro different name* of birds, we will giv& absolutely Fltli...

Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY AUGUST 12. Cuoucii or ESQLAND.-Tenterfield-11 a. ni. and 7 p,m. Children's Service at 3. Rev. H. 0. 8mith WULKYAM CHURCH.-Tenterfield, 11 a.ro. and 7 :p.m. Sunnysideat 3. KyRev.M.H. Parkinson, bcrub at 8p.m. By Mr. Roper . PatMWVtKnjAN CHURCH.-'Tenterfleld 11 a.m. and] 7p.nV.bT the Rev. Dill-Macky. » ,... SOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.-Aloes at 8.30a.m. and 11 a.nu Benediction at 7.30 ty- the Rev, Father . ?'...Corcoran. .' DRAKE SERVICES. , CHURCH OF ENOLAJCD.-11 a.m. 7"80p ru.;. By ilr; ?' Cecil.'' Wmmx CBUKCU.-11 .a.m. and 7/iuni, Supply

Lismore-Casino Railway. THIRD READING PASSED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Lismore-Casino Railway. . ;s THIRU READING PASSED; SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. Thb . Libihoio-Casino. Railway Bill passed the third reading in the Legislative Assembly. '.

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

.f'' LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY; THURSDAY NIOHT. .. Wl.sat, 2s lOd Plour, X6 5s to X6 lOs1 .Cliiokwhent,.2R 3d to 2s 6d : . ?".? CliaO, ;L210S|to, L3 10s !r , . Potatous Ij2 to L3* i. Maize, 2s Ed to 2s 7d Outs, 2s 2d to 2s4d . . , Lucerne,' L210s to L3, Butter; orcaniery,10i; factory, 10i d»iry, 8Jd.

A Gruesome Discovery. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

A Gruesome Discovery. SIDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. . EARLY this morning a storenmn omployed at Daltou Brother*, Merchants, Pitb Street, discovered the dead, body of Mr. W. H. Batten, the accountant, lying at the foot of the stuira with his head smashed in. .It :is assumed he fell, head tirat down yeatorday evening when looking up tho preiuisoa.

THE TENTERFIELD International Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. Subsidies to Agricultural Societies [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl t> $nierroIomal Cfliuier ' V :? "AND Pp'tffield & Wallangarra Advocate . FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. '"Subsidies to Agricultural Sooietiea THE report of tlie sub-committee appoin ted by the Minister for Agriculture to report upon subsidies to Agricultural Societies/throughout the colony, will not prove very wholesome or digestible read ing to committees of many of these soci eties.; Thero is DO doubt that there is much truth in the report, which is founded - on the experience of threo gentlemen, who . have hud full opportunities of arriving nc pretty correct conclusions on the subjecti they were(ontrusted to deal with. No one . wili Attempt to controvert the argument: that' wa have' in existence far top many, societie*, nearly every little ono horse town where it is possible to collect d i couple of' hundred inhabitants having , their s^iow, and to which the 'Government: are called upon to pay subsidy, witlibene-, fit to nobody but the publican and per haps a few. ...

TELEGRAMS. The Federal Electorates. BARBAROUS NAMES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

TELEGRAMS. The Federal Electorates. BARBAROUS NAMES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. " MB. REID regards the suggested names of the Federal Electorates as' barbarous. The Commissioner's final report-will bo ready in about three weeka. No Parlia mentary action will likely be taken till thu roport is completu..

More Loan Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

More Loan Honey. A special gazette issued a fow days ago announces that only £500,000 worth of the £1,000,000 Treasury liills will bo insued for the present-, these will Doar intorest at the rate of 3£ per cent, and a special feature of the conditions is that the -debentures are to be applied for within the colony.1 Thus' it. will be seen that the' present Government, under Pre mier Lyne, intend perpetuating the same old rotten system if raising loans. Al ready LljSOO.OOO has been raised in Lon don on the strength of the Act of Parlia ment passed laBt year, and by it a further sum of LI,500,000 can be raised. Interest is to be paid nt the rate of 4 per cent, on the Iondon loan, which is altogether too high, and, in addition to all this, the Finance Committee report that no further' loans should be taised. It will be a great treat to New South Wales electors to have in power a Government with the grit and determination to tackle these important questions. But before any Government wo...

TRANSVAAL WAR Baden-Powell Relieved. LONDON, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Baden-Powell Relieved. LONDON, Adoust 6. Genoral Gough, .with COO mounted^ troops and six guns, is reported to have Bmurtly surprised the Boors at Klip River. Tho British troops captured .150 head o£ cattio from the enemy, because the. latter rofiined to surrender tho Boors who hud been forcibly roonlisted. Wliiln 132 imported cases of so called infectants wero being entrained »t Dolngna ono dropped nnd exploded. Tho cases were found to contain material for tho manufacture of explosives for tho Boers, . LONDON, August 7. In answer to a question in thoHouae . lastnight, tliu Hon Jos Chamberlain state od that the colonial contingent were being offered tho aamo inducements to settlo in South Africa as other corps. > There are 1800 British prisoners at Noot-: gedaeht, and it is reported that they are being famously treated. Tho Boers have ro-occupied tho town of Springs and threaten to destroy tho valuable coal mines there. ' LONDON, August 8. . General Hamilton reached Ruatenburg on...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

LOCAL NEWS. AUCTION SALE.-To-morrow aftomoon Mr. I. Whereat will submit to public auction household furniture ; also material of a cottage in High Street. POLICE COURT.-At thoabove court on Tuesday bofore the Polico Mogistrate, .a ?hawker'B licence was granted,, toV Mr.-J; Tait. ' . ' 1 >' ' 1 s * * ' - IJANBSELECTIONS.-Tlio-.foll low infi; ap plications were .lolged .at the local Land Oflico yeaterd:iy :~F. ;Firmbuch^;o.o.I,.i 50 acres, arid o.L. 150 acresi county Buller,; piU'iBh Marah. A. A. Einani A.O.P. 191 acres, county. Buller,.: pa ri8h;;;Maryland:,| INDIAN FAMINE F»NB.-Further contri butions; amounting to £3 18s Sd.i'n aid of ;. thu abovo fund, JU'O to-div acknowledged in our business columns. On the whole the -'Toriteriield' district; has responded; very heartily to the: appeal' foe ^funds'in this most 'deserving cause; FAKJ{EIIB' AND SETTLEHS' ASSOCIATION. --Tho I committee;. of tho ' Tenterfield branch of this Association are reminded-, that a/special meeting . will b...

THE LATEST. The Peitsang Battle. MATTERS LOOKING SERIOUS. LONDON, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

THE LATEST. The Peitsang Battje. MATTERS LOOKING SERIOUS. , LONDON, Aeousr 8. ? Further particulars of the buttle at Pci tsing show tlmt the Allies expelled the Chinese from their first positions, after two hours1 desperate fighting. The Japan ese in the face of a murderous/crossfire wided across the. rivpr precipitating the Chinese retreat,-.but owing to thu.flooded state of the ^country, the Allies were-un able to follow in pursuit. Tho British lost CO men, and the : other Allies from COO to 1000. Official reports disclose friction and Jealousies among the Allies, especially between Russia and Japan. 6000 troops avo. watching 16|000 Chi :nesu south of Teintsiu. ' There hiis been a general : slaughter of llif moderate officials at Pelting by the aiiti-foroiifnurs. Ari'Imporial edict/ orders'the recapture of Tointmn and Taku iib iiny cost.i; . England hiis prohibited the exportation" of nrrna,- ammunition! and warships tb China. ?" . The Bulgiau^Minititor at Pokin on'the 2nd August ...

Post Office Time Table, MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

Post Office Time Table, MAILS CLOSE FOR WllBona' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, at 9-30 p.m. : Sydney, Glen Innea Arinidole, Maitland, ' and Newcastle, 6'15 p. m. (Satnrdaya . : oxcapted. , , Tabuiam, Canino, LiBmore, and Eichmond Kiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12'30p.m, Timbarro, and Steinbrook-Toosday and Friday, ot.9'30 p.m. Leavo Wednes day and Saturday al-6 a.m. .Drake, Sandy Hill, and Bossittrville . Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12-30p.m. . Boaahaw-Monday and Friday, at 9'80 p.m, .Leave Tuesday and Saturday at5n.m. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11-45 : a.m. . Wallangarra and Queensland daily at 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) maim innrrE tkom Sydney, Glen Innes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. 'Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilsou'g Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5'30 p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5-45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Bichmrnd Biver Same as Drake. Timbarra, and Steinbrook...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S ji a FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, [ThformH?,1."ff0°tJVO preparation [ ,®r rtadlne too mouth of tho k aroma of tobaaoo, ana loavlns I » ploawnt tan to. [ I''.8"1" 2* and lib. 7., ta. koUla k (Sngliih rata), at Chmiih and Etoru. }f. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. | .» 7B Gold <ft SUttr Ifedali and Piplortuu. » Solicitors. f XisaAXi. . J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, r <£c., Souso-stroot, - Toatorfloll. ' DURING my temporary absence ? in . South Africa my uffuirB will ba< car ried oo and my business managed by Mr. H. W. Wcigall, Solicitor, Commissioner fo ffidavits &o. Trust Monoy to Lend on Approved Security. J&;$\ ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. ffTTILL VISIT TENTERFIELD and; W attend Court when required. \ Ziegral. ; C. Wood Readett, . Solicitor, Proetor, Conveyancer:. &c., HAS commoDccd . Praotico itvTcntoi field, next door to Mr. J. Fisldfog'a Store. Mt/flcy fco Xon...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900

finally. U .toes not; to write altogether' at long rango in the BPcluded sanct'ty of a big roll drsk, flanked by a dlotlonurr and a book of synonyms. Some of ub, by dint of lonjr gnods-sef Ing-, know stookn thoroughly ; can Mkq up a value pretty nearly right, and take up a seller's estimate of his bargain# Willi Ju*t the needed pinoh of salt. TRADE DOESN'T SAUNTER m It did; Itgnllopi. flono the dijs of formal announcements, telling in stUtul phrase ct stock and #{.>«.« m a whole, v.-oodcnly talk-noultess, unconvincing. Kvery item intiht be a photograph- an . intro-lv.otury-a jm-reliau'lislng treatise. These are the ethics of snccts-ful business. Wc ucek to etillfUU-ii-to cd.jcate. Our goods are so placid for exhibition tiiat oil who run maj read, and everv department is as replete with all the latest and meat acceutuated products of the Chemist*' ai d Di n^icta' lines. . See to It it tneans money in your pocket. Wo Go for » LARGE TURNOVER, NOT A LARGE PROFIT. It Is.the constantly...

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