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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 — 14 August 1900

Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers, and Gardeners. Far the Month of August 1000. | BY Onoszo PBESA. Mntorologlst and Astronomer. 1st to 6tl.~ Atmosphere good for plaatiog and sowing., Weather, heavy rain in places, moit likelysnow on highlands in Southern districts. ['Southerly wind predominant, shifting Njrth Wes*. In North and North Easterly * istricts, oloudy and variable. Squally io(Weate'ra districts. Almost gen* eral raine.North least affected. Conditions stormy, j 6th to 7n.-Atmosphere not so genial for planting merations. Weather variable. Rain heaw in places, especially in South East distrtts, cold Westerly, or South East winds, atjrtny, frostb in places, North least affeaed, West cold, snow and rain in places. J . 8th to Oh.-Better atmosphere for plant ing and stjving, do nob manure. Weather the same tstrong winds in places from same quarters. |;, 10th.-Jtmosphere unfavourable for Row ing and punting. Weather unchanged^ ilth to i5th.-Good atmosphore for farm and fprdeiii...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl U , litterralanial Cornier AND , ' P? "afield & Wallangarra Advooate ' TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. , _ ' LOCAL NEWS. 1 > LISMOIIB-OASINO RAILWAY--Tho Lis . more-Ousino railway, bill passed the first -reading',in the Legislative Council on Friday night. . . <>,:??? POLICE COUJIT.-Before the- Police Magistrate ' yestorday morning, . a' Iman . niimnd Huglira was fined L2. for riotouB behavioron Saturday last. ^Fine paid.1 :. ANNUAL : LEASE.-An. application was lodged yesterday at tliolocaj Lands Office by.Ricluird Wuterson for an annunl leaso of 575 acres, parish liuby, county Buller. - RBTUSNRII SOLDIEU.-Trooper W. Ddw - Bon;' one. of the first Tonterfield Conting i .enti-and.'who was recently invalided home ?after an attack of enteric fever, jirriyed in; :Tentei'field on Friday morning. . He looks' well, ;' and has some lively stories - of campaigning to relate. -... AUCTION SALES.-There was ..»:good attendance afcthe Union1 Sale Rooms on Saturday oft...

The Breelong Blacks. The Governors Again Seen. GUNNEDAH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

The Breelong Blacks. The. Governors Again Seen. GUNNEDAH, Friday. This-...Governors'.. wero aeon at George Jackson's Derwent Piirk Station yester day, . 22 miles from . Gunnedali, at 7 o'clock1 in - the evening. Ghoolendaadi Station, which adjoins -Darwent .Park, rang up Boggabri, . announcing that tho blacks.wore seen crossing the run. Two extra constables and fivo civilans left tho town thiB morning. The polico aro all round. The Governors are said to havo gone to Derwont Park to kill Battlefield, ah employee there, who offended ' them two years ago, and whom they havo threatened. Tho blacks travelled yestor day through Nombi, Ghooii, and Derwont Parks Runs to Ghoolendaddi, cutting tho fences en route, and leaving them open, ? thus leaving an cxcollent opportunity to track. A main on Ghoolendaddi was stuck up and robbed of rations only. The blacks appears to be making foi- the Crangle Scrub, and thence to tho Queens land border. Senior-Bergeant Borth'iatle has a strong force with ...

Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Commercial. Mr W J. Gibson's Weekly Heport. IJROCUCB SALES. Matze, 2a Bd to 2a 6d Oats, cleat BOed 2/6 to 2/9, feed 2/3 to 2/6 Potatoes, ie Ocl to 3a pov owt Chaff, 3a tj» 3s Oil per owt . Turnips, 2» 0d to 3a per owt PumpkinB] 25a to 30a por ton - " Fowls, Is 6d to 2a per pair Ducks, 3sBd to 4a Od per pair Turkeva-fiu 6d to Vapor pair ; Cabbage h to la 3d per dozon . Eggo, 7d tj> 9d p^r dozen . ; B&con 6d 7d per lb Mr. I. Whereat's Retail Price List . Corn, 2a. ?d per bushel , Oats, seed 2a 6d per Duahel ' . Oata, feci 2a 3d per bushel . Wheat, 21 6d per bushel - J. Potatoes,13a 6(1 per cwt Chaff, oaiin 4a per cwt : \[ ^ Chaff, lucerne 3a per owt Pumpkins! 1B 6>t per owt Turnips, a per cwt : Bran, 4a Mr lOOlbs . Pollard, «:6d per 1001b« i . Lime, 5a tier bag ? ?

VEGETABLE CREEK COURSING CLUB. A Test Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

VEGETABLE CREEK COURSING CLUB. A Test Case. A CASE of more than ordinary interest to Coursing Clubs win held at Eramavillo (Vegetalilo Creek) on the Oth instant. Mr. Hamilton Gordon, Chairman of the Tantorfield P. and S. P. Board proceeded against Mr. J. W. Watson, Secretary of the Vegetable Creek Coursing Club, under Section 28 of the Pastures and Stock Protection Act for tliat on the 13th .Tune ho kept Hares in his possession without having first obtained the neoesenry per mission of tlip Governor so to do,contrary to . the.. Act'' &c., ifcc. Tho defendant pleaded guilty and explained that on tho 4th Juno he [lmd applied through the National Coursing Association of 2T. S. Wales for tho necessary permission, and had promises of support from Sir William Lyne,' Mr. Crick, and Mr. Hassoll but to far no permission had been granted. The Plaintiff pointed out that as Chair man of tho Pastures and Stock Proteo tiou Board ho had a duty to perform. Hnrea had been proclaimed " Noxiou...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Brief Mention. MORE rain. ' FiTzaEB*LD*s Cirous coming. SECOND L100 flood grant received.] DRAKE Football "'skit " again crowded out. Rp.rAius.to local Post Office contem platod. TUB blacks succosafully dodging their pursuers. Mr E. BARTON arrives in Sydney on Thursday. : ? I . BIOOBAWI Company foregone ? their promised visit. LAND Court Board sit at Wilson's Downfall to-morrow. THE prospectus oE the Demon's Greet Gold Dredging Co., has been issued. Mr I. WHEREAT announces that hehas money to lond on approved seourity. . Mns. GCKSTON, an old resident of Em maville,- died suddenly on Thursday night. Profesior W. T. Davidson has boon appointed President of the Wesloyan Conferenco next' year. BLUE METAL repeated his performance of two years ago by winning the Spring Handicap at Randwick an Saturday. ARCIIDEACON Moxon is mentioned ns tho likely successor to Bishop Greon. The appointment would:bo a popular one. A LETTER from Lieutenant Leo will be found on our fourth pai<o. On...

FITZGERALD BROS.' GREAT CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

FITZGERALD BEOS.' GREAT CIRCUS. MESSRS Morris nod Jones, advance agents hove been in Touterfield during the past week, " billing " the town and- otherwise preparing for the visit of Messrs. Fitz gerald Bros.' gigantic combined sho.ws, which are to arrive by special train on Monday noxt. The enterprising proprie tary, ever on the look-out for-'sonipthing rietr-and^ xttn.dBrful ;/hav9-. si\c.coede?/,-iii: bringing together the must renowned aha marvellous talent to be found in the Old World, the 'following etars being abso lutely new-comers to colonial audiences: -Tho Dunbar, trio of serialists, in their marvellous high bar acts und flights through space, turning double nnd treble somersaults and catching in - mid-air; Mdile. Bhodasis, the most accomplished juggler .living; the Jandaachewesky Fomily; the Cinnezella Trio ; Rose Aquinaldo ; Mddle. Katie ; the "VVingate Sisters, Ac., in conjunction with the whole of tho circus combination and the fully equipped menagerie: Tho season in T...

The Latest. LONDON, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

?3?ia.o XaBktbes-tt;. I LONDON, August li Tho iinerican Ambnssador wiring on tho 10th inBtant states that tho Logntiona at Pekin are still being besieged and ;tho situation is desperate. * . ' ° ?: I Tho Commander of tho Fronch Squad ron also reports that tho attacks on tho Legations hare boen renowcd. The Vicoroys of tho Southern pro vinces are urging tho Powors not to land troops at Shanghai.

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. \ The Government has resolvodto tako every alternate Tuesday for jiublio1 busi ness. : 1 A long discussion ensued on the .terri ble waste of time from' long unnecessary speeches. Mr. Reid criticised the Arbitration Bill and said it was founded on a wrong baiis. The Temora to Wyalong railway wiia re ferred to the Works Committee. Mr. Don aldson asserted that there was u bhortor, cheaper, arid better line. In the Legislative Council on Friday,' the Darling Harbour ResumptionjBill was further considered. Mr. Suttor said that the Government would endeavour to get the resumption curried cut within threo months. ? ' >

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

LONDON, August 9. Tho latest reports from the Pekin Legations show that the4 situation there was still regarded as desperate. ..»:. ' Sir Claude M'Donald states that , the refugees in the British Legation include 200 women and children,',and intermittent rifle firing'had been continued by the Boxers and Chinese troops sitico the .canonade ceased on the 16th July, but the casualties were slight, V. . _ It is admitted officially that 124 Euro pean missionaries, including women and children, have been massacred in Northern China. Thero aro now 250" Europoans and Americans in great peril in tho province of Szo-chuen. '. General Count Waldersee, late oliiof of the Genoral Staff of .the German army, has been appoiatod Genoraliasimo of the allied forces in China. Reports from China state that Admiral Seymour recommends the landingof 3000 troops at Shanghai in order to ensure the safety of the foreigners there. Russia however, opposed tho suggestion, believing that thp presence of troops th...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOB " Wilsons" Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and iFriday, at 0'3O p.m. Sydney, Glen Innes Armidale, Maitland, andNewcastle,8*16 p.m. (Saturdays excepted; , . Tabnlam, Casino, Lismore, and Bicbmond Eiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 ? noon; leave at 12,30p.m, Timbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuosday and '. Friday, at 9-30 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday al<6 a.m. ? Droko, Sandy Hill, and Bossittrville D|aily at 12 noon. Leave at 12'3Dp.m. '.BoBsnaw-Monday1 and Friday, at 9'30 ' p.m. Leave Tuesday "and Saturday at 5 a.m. BryanVGap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 'a.m. . .Wallangarra, and Queensland daily at .10'80 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAILS ABBtVB MOM 'Sydney, Glen InneB, Armidale, West Maitland, ond Newcastle-Daily (ex .. cept Sundays) at 11-50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5'30p.ni. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at S'45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Biohramd Biver Same as Drake. Timbarra,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tho most cffootlvo preparation 1 for ridding tbo mouth of ttio I aroma of toDaoco, and leaving j a pleasant tanto. F. C. CA1VERT & GO, MANCHESTER. I . 11 Gold A Silver Mtdalt and JXpUmai ?> { frMtnr* your TMtfa by ulni aajr 1 8dL, fld., and It. bcxu, All prepared with purest Oarbollo->tb* I t«7 bast D«nUl PnscrnUn. i I At CKtmitU and Atom. , F. a CALVERT & CO, HAHOHESTER., 7i Qold 6 Silver MtdaU and Diplomas. ; Solioltors. juiaAXi. ?4* 1% Thomas,! Solicitor, Arbitrate}, \ ' &C., -? . Roueo-atroeV - Tontorfloiaii! ? |®VtJBINO my temporary ubsenCG in 'JJ South Africa my affairs will' bi;oar ried on and my ? busineea managed by Mr. H. W. Weigall, Solifcitor, Oommissiouer fo . . ffidavits &e. ' Trust Honey to Lena on Approved Soanrity. P. P, ABBOTT, v . Solicitor,. » ; Glen Innes. cttiix VISIT tentjbrfield and ?\j attend Court when required. Xiegral C. Wood Readett, Solic...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

DOESN'T D©. Really, it docs not, to write altogether at long" rang;o In the secluded sanctity of a big- roll rtrsk, flanked by a dictionary and a book of Bjnonyms. Some of ua, by dint of Jon? ffoods-sefing, know stocks thoroughly; can sizo up a value pretty nearly right, ana take up * seller's estimate of Jits bargains with Just the needed plnoh of salt TRADE DOESN'T 8AUNTBR ^ a* It did ; It gallops. Cone the days of formal announcements, telling in stilted phrase of stock and «tor« as a whole, woodenly talk-soulless, unconvincing. Every item must be a photograph-an intr«vhictory-» merchandising treatise. These are the tsthics of successful business. We seek to enlightcn-to educate. Our goods arc so placed for exhibition that all who run may read, and . every department Is as replete with all the latest and m«»t accentuated products of the Chemists' aod Druggists' lines. See to it-it means money in your pocket. Wo Oo -for a LARGE TURNOVER, NOT A LARGE PROFIT. It-Is the constantly tu...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Railway Time Table. J/'^Tbe'mail trainforSydneyltiavds Tenter-' field at 7*10 p.m. daily, Satrrt'fj's ex popted, and for Brisbane a.-11*30 o.m. doily, Sundays excepted. The Goods Train leaves Tentei'flell for Sydney, every Tuesday, Thursday, .and .aturday mornings at G a.m., and. ar ivea from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and.Friday evenings at'4'45 p.m. The fores between. Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifield and - Brisbane are as follow! TbUTEBFIELD TO SlDHEY.. . 1st (las». Single ... ... ,£4.' 1 :0 . . 2nd CJlai<), Single r2 10 f. 0 ^ ?. ?Beturu Tickets, available for Two Months. . latClaon . ... : ,"> .... _E5 12 6 v 2nd Cloie : .;. 8 10- 0 . WAUIAHQABIH'. o Bbisdake. ? ? . 1st Olosii,'Single:... -... J21 19 : 2nd Ciais, Single:.;; 16 - , 1st Clasn, Seturn ... ... 2 19 - 2nd Class, Beturn ... 1 18 2

Our Soldiers. Letter from Lieutenant C. A. Lee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Our Soldiers. Letter from Lieutenant 0. A. Lee. LIEUTENANT 0. A. Lee, writing to his mother under date 1st July 1900 from the Hospital Ship "Maine" then in the Bay of Biscay, gives some interesting sketches of his life since leaving Capo Ctlony, It will be seen that he is doing well both at the time of writing, and later on : Dear Mother,-You ought to have re ceived by this time my last letter, posted to father on the day I left Capetown, 9th June, which should explain everything op to that date. As Wynberg Hospital waa half-an-hour by train from Capetown and I was rather weak oo my legs iu those days it was a bit of a strugglo to complete purchases and get away, but as usual got on board without too much time to spare. To give you an account of our voyage from the Cape. The ship itself is not very latge but lins been fitted up most comfortably, ovon luxuriously. The wea ther has been really splendid na we have not had any rough sen* at all and writing now in the historical bay the ...

THE BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. v Up to a late hour Inst ni«ht there was ;iio official report recoived o£ the leporled ?oflpture'/-o£ 140 mtn .of the Australian ?BuBhraen's.Contingent in South .Africa.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

IMPOUNDED from Grass. Puddouk at BryWa Gap by Mf. M. Finn o« Jltli .August, . 1900: -Red0 Heifer, W j'n'car rump,, like < oyer.&B off rump, hntcli! 01U of top of-licar ear, about 3 :yeura old; II not released will be M>ld jit tho Pound nt' .r iioQu on the Gtn September, 1900. -< A. MANSFIELD, ». T Pouudkeopcr. : In.'-the- Intestate Estate of . -Alexander M'Donald.late of ". '"v " Boniish," Wellington :Vale v JJeepwater Grazier deceased A IX Pcieons having cl&ims ogaiust tho -XjL 'abovfl Katftto uro requested to forward i tliesamc, 'veiified by affidavit, to the Uu* <Jcrsjguod, oo or boforo the 7th day of OC* 1'OBEsE, 1000. ' i T. W. GARRET V, Curator of the abovo Kstato. . Chancery Square, Sydney, I*:,- 9th August, 1000. Tenders, for Fencing. TENPiSRS. aro luvitod for tho ERKC TION of about 18 MILES OF FENCING along tho Colony Boundary. ? botween MARYLAND and WALLAN OARRA. Specifications can bo eoou 'at P.O., Wilson's Downfall j Mr...

THE LATEST. LONDON, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

-jL"Jcfl.2E2 ~F« /!N.TC3EaS'g? LONDON. August 12. General Bundle has nrrcstod Com mandant Marias and 130 armed burghers at Hsrrisniith. Lord Roberts haB cabled that the Pre toria plot was clumsily ccintoivcd. All tlio conspirators hnvo been arrested. 130 additional Boors hnvo surrendered to Goneral Hunter near Farriesberg. Goneral Hunter hns destroyed 1,000,000 rifle cartridges at Naauwport. > 500 Boers with 2 Runs are massed at Pyramids njar Pretoria. General Botha explains that owing , to the stoppage of the importation of goods via Dolegoa Bay, the British prisoners aro unable to fare sumptuously, but aro treated like Burghers.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

OF INTEREST TO EVERYBODY. THE "ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA." A COMPLETE LIBRARY IN ITSELF. The " Encyolopadia Britannica " (Uth Edition)'is already known to everyone, bat it is of interest, in connection with the remarkable offer of the London " Times," to note the proportions of its component parts. It consists of twenty-four maBaivo volnmis, about 850 pages. each, and a twentj-Sllh volume containing fin elaborate index to the whole. In. addition to the 30,000,000 words which fill Its 21,164 pages of letterpress, it contains 340 full page plates and some 670 maps and plans occupying less than a page eaoh. There are also 7456 other illustrations. Orcr 1100 writers contributed to the work, and a sum of more than £60,000 was paid for the manuscript alone. Its exquisite printing, ami the care with which it is bound, combine with the editorial outliy to make it one of the most costly works ever offered to the public. And the price fixed by the publishers was necos Earily a high one-in some ...

Danger of Colds and La Grippe. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Bangor oi Colds and X>a Grippe. ] j Xlio Greatest danger from colds and 1B ' grippe >« their resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable care is used, however, and Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy taken, all danger will ba avoided. Anion? the tens of thousands who have used this remedy - for these duew«a we hare yet to learn of t single case hawing resulted £;j pnenmouit, . which shows conclusively that it la ft pertain preventive ot that dangerous malady, It will cure a cold or au attack of lagrfppeln : less time thnn any other treatment. It is . pleasant and safe to toko. For sale' by 0.' I. Cavanough. '?'< ' SIXTEBK Maori children and two adults were drowned last Sunday whilo crossing the Matn Rivor, 25 miles from Opotiki, Auckland, in a canoe. The accident/was not witnessed by anyone, and was; not ' discovered till Monday. The natives are now watching thfl sea beach nigh* and day for the bodies. That mighty question Federation, For many thoughts and hopes the food r Has pas...

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