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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
Railway Time Table. The mail train for Sydney leaveB Tenter -fleM'-et .7:10 .p.m. daily. Satrr^tja ex cepted, and for Brisbane li. Il*30 a.m. daily, Sundays oicoptod. ? ' The Goods Train leaves Tonterflell for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday .mornings at 6 a.m., and or ivias from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at '4*45 p.m. .'The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follow: TsimmMELD TO Sn>HBT. 1st(lasf,Single ... ... JG4 X 0 . 2nd Clam, Single ... ... 2 10 0 Be tun Tickets, available for .? . " - Two Months, .-IstvOtem JtS 12 6 -::2n4-01aia 3 10 0 WAI.1.AHOAB11A: o Bbisbane./ 1st Clasu, Single' £1 19. ; . 2nd Clais, Single ... 1 i.B.v,; . ' 1st Clasu, Eeturn .... .2 19 . 2nd Claes, Eoturn ... 1.18 2 .
THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
LONDON, August 6. Tlie Japanese COOBU! at Shanghai has been informed . that on the 6th instant General Tung-fu-shiang had stopped the provisions for the foreign Legations. The Japnnese Minister at . Peking on July 26 reported that the suspension of hostilities at the capital, waB duo to.the departure o£, General Tung-fu-Bhiang foi Pie-tsang./ ...7. LONDON,; Augpat ~7. Tho Downgor Urapress's' popularity- is increasing in all the province's,1 and Chinese troops are being sent from all directions to protect Peking against, the advance of the allies. It is reported through British sources that a severe engagement took place on Sunday at Pie-tsang trom daylight to 11 o'olock. Tho casualties amongst the allied troops numbered 1200., chiefly amongst the Russians and . Japanese. The Chinese force in the end ,waS com pelled'to retreat. The numberof allies engaged was 16,000. The American Government will not consent to tho removal of tliq. foreign Mimstors and foreign resident^ ' until cypher...
The Black Tragedies. Another Reported Appearance. An Old Man Fired At. COOLAH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
The Black Tragedies. Another Reported Appearance. An Old Man FirodAt. COOLAH, .'Tuesday. LATE last night. Phillip'Sehiemmar, a selector living 11 miles up tho crook from Coolah, . and directly under tho' main dividing range, reported to tho pcilico that his hut lmd been broken into and a Win thesterrifle, a quantity of ammunition, and some food stolen ; also, a reloading apparatus, a pair of troiisei'o,^ nnd boots. ConBtable Preston investigated this morn ing, and found tracks of liaro feet in and nrouhd the hut, but no clue of tho robbers was found. It is almost certain the robbers are the Breelorig murderorh. who are making from Yamblo across to the Liverpool Ranges. Jimmy Governor is thoroughly acquainted with this route. Fred Kurtz, a selector, reports ? having found tracks of two peoplo to-day about two miles from Coolah. one wearing boots and the other barefooted. There'iB con siderable excitement in tho town. The latest report is that Jinimy Governor.^ and the other black hav...
NIGGER AND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT. A Full House. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
NIGGER AND VARIETY- ENTER-1 TAINMENT, Pull House . THE abovo entertainment, organised by the Town Band for the purpose of'Adding to thoir exchequer, took place at the School of Arts on Wednesday night, there boing a very satisfactory house to reward tho efforts of tho momoturs, who did not spare time or trouble: to place an appreciable bill before their, patrons. The house applauded generally, albeit a little less noise from some of the youth ful occupants of the gallery would have been acceptable. In future something moro salutary than n wink from the vigilant guardians of tho peaco might havo the effect of restraining such un necessary outbursts of enthusiasm. Tho first part of the entertainment was con fined to the Minstrels, Mr. F. Kneipp being interlocutor; Messrs, Facey and G. W. Kilmister t-imbos, and Messrs. H: Townsend and R. KilmiBter bones ; whilo tho orohestra comprised Mies V. Walker (piano), Mr. R. E, Walker (violin), Mr. P. Walters (flute), and Mr. G. M'Donald (cornet...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
Brief Mention. ; AUCTION sale to-morrow. I SUNNY' days and frosty nights. WARDENS ccurfc to-day. . THE black outlaws Btill at largo. TjANB.Court Board sit on Monday. V ELECTORS should attend to their rights. . ATTENTION direoted to Mr. T. Clarke's advt appearing in to-day's issue. SPECIAL meeting Farmer's and Settler's Association to-morrow afternoon.?? MR. LEDGER, tick inspootor, Wilson's Downfall, lias been removed ^o Jennings. THE first forfeit for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups leave 114 and 125 horses in respectively. , At present 1,900,000 acres of expired leases in the Central Divisiou are. being made ready for cloaor settlement. Fifty-five munioipalcouncils have agreed to cooperate with Inverell . Council in urging legislation to regulate the 'width of tyres. _ . A solicitor's clerk has been arrostcd at Chrislchuvch, New Zealand, on an alleged charge of inciting a medical rn'in to murder his wife. THE Committee of the Tenterfield Cricketer's Association Social will meet at...
N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
. S. w. PARLIAMENT. In tho Legislative Assembly on Tuoa 'lay, the Minister for Mines stated tlinfc about 80 million superficial foot of timber was cut annually in this colony for build in); purposes, ana about an equal quantity was imported. A roturn furnished showed that 5481 officials in this colony receiving salaries aagrcuatinR £49(5,914, would bo trans ferred to the Commonwealth Tho Minister for defence Rtated that owing to the number of applications for enrolment, provision WHS being nmdo to establish the additional regiment uf tho Australian Horse. A number of questions olieited tho information that nf ' tho 15,900,000 acres acres, of expired C.entral Divisian leases, 5,000,000 acres had- been set aside for new settlement. A bill providing for the suppression of juvenile ; smoking was' 'read, a second time and taken into committee. The second reading was moved of tho Publio Service Board Appointment Bill whioh provides for a four years' torm of office. Tho Postmaster-General ...
COMING FAIRS. The Moorish Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
COMING FAIRS. The Moorish' Market. THE Moorish- Market; ' inaugurated by n number of Indies of the congregation of CKrist Church, in order to obtain' funds for tho improvomont of the building and other purposes, will take place on' the 26th, 27th, and 28th of. jext month. Those responsible for the conduct of affairs have' been; and are now busy making arrangements for a moat success ful function. It is intended to introduce a number of novelties, the schome to be run as nearly aB possible on tho old Moorish Market lines. Tho stalls and goods will be appropriate, also the cos tumes of the stall-holders and their as; sistauts. There are many willing work ers, and already a largo quantity of articles of a useful and novel description have been received and promised. More particulars will Bhortly be given tconcoru ing the progress of the work.
Invalided Home. Private W. H. Dawson Returned, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
Invalided Home. Private W. H. Dawson Boturned, PBIVATK \V. H. DAWSON, who left Ten tertiold for South Africa with tho first Contingent comprising the M'Alisters, Miller, and poor Bonder, lms been inva lided home, he having contracted enteric fevcr._ He loft Sydney for Tenterfield last niglit, and will arrive homo by the mail train this forenoon. Though the notice is short, ire hopo that a special effort will bo made to meet him on arrival and five him a hearty wclcomo home. Seeing that he is tho first of our local boys to rcach Tenterfield soil again, it is tho least the paoplo can do to tender him n recognition of their pleasure at his safo return. We need say no more.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
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FEAST OF WIT AND LEARNING [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
FEAST OF WIT AND LEARNING Tho PALL MALI GAZETTE, in speaking of the ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, now offered under such advantageous terms by "THE TIMES" (London) to residents of New South Wales, says " Men of science, theologians, philoso phers, Oriental scholars, geographors, artists, those engaged in practical pursuits all aliko will turn to those pages for .what has been said on their own special subject by tho highest authorities. Even states men will not disdain to'look for informa tion concorning the countries and the peoples with which thuy have to deal. To some readers the biographies, to othors the historical sketches, will prove tho most interesting. Despite the oft-quoted paradox of Ohurles Lamb about ' books that are not books,' wo uudertake to affirm, that any person who takes pleasuro in reading, would ho woll provided with literature if shut up for several days and nights in oonipaiiy with a single vo'umo. . . . Our own feeling, at the present moinout, is as if we'had be...
NO ONE KNOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
NO ONE KNOWS. Tho weight of anothei man's burden. : Many a one in Tenterfieldbrouf>ht to light. You know if you havo a burden to bear. . Yiru know \vln.re you are taxed to bear 11, ? You know how much » trouble it gives you, ? But do you know how to nhako it off? >. The buck bears more burdens than all the human organism. And it objects to it, sometimes ompath icully. i It aches, it pains, is; weak .arid lame,:- v 'It's your own fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you ;don!t know how.-: Wo would tell you.. but;you :inight doubt us.. 1 We will let .arTentertield :nianj do it,; then, it's easier proven. Mr; John XoiimXj-.Douglas' . St., : this town, says:-"My first ;symptom of kn'iiey diueaso.occurred 'years ago just aftorI bail slow fever.. It .canio. in a . backache and.I ;:took to woaring; flannel belts, which I blamed for making mo worse. jYousee I .would, work and ; pro . spire and .the .iiclt^ would get wot and . then seem to. drag.all; the-strength out of uio. ...
Sale of Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 August 1900
Sale of-Work. . The Bale of work in aid of tho local Presbyterian Church will take place, next October. At a recent mooting, Mr. . H. H. Bassnn, who has had considerable ex perience in affairs, of this kind in other towns, was appointed; Secretary of the movement. Under his guidance, with the assistance of a capable working com mittee of ladies, thero is every reason to believe that the outcome will bo highly successful, and that the Church funds will benefit considerably. The tondency is growing to conduct affairs of this kind in the most novel lines, and wo feel sure ?that our Presbyterian' friends will not be behind in tlieir efforts to cater for tho public taste.
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, i SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. Wheat, 2s lOd Flour. Ii65a.to L6 10s Chiclswlieat, 2s 3d to 2s 5d . /Chaff. L2 10B to L3 10s 1 Potatoes L2 to M >V Maize, 2s 6d to 2s 7d &lt; , ' : Oats. 2s 2d to 2s 4d - Luc cine, X210s to L3 Btittur, creamery, 104 ; factory, 10J ; deiry. 8jd
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Two more Murders Reported. TWO CARRIERS STUCK UP. MAKING TOWARDS WE WAA. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900
Two more Murders Reported. V TWO CARRIERS STUCK UP. ; MAKING TOWARDS WE VVAA. : SYDNEY, Monday Night., Tho Breelong blacks culled at a hu near .Boheena on Saturday night, and asked for a nowspaper. 150 polico, trackers and civilians [are now in pursuit o£ themurderers. The passengers by the Pilliga-Nnrrabri coach on Saturday were all armed, with , a view of tho possibility of meeting with the blacks. . The Governors stuck up two,carriers , at Round Swamp lost night, and took two horses and saddlos. The fugitives are' _. going in the direction of Woe Was. The Inspector-General o£ . Police has received a wire stating that a boy and girl wero killed at H illtop this morning by a bluckfellow. No further particulars aro ' to hand. ' N