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

< > 'Gold Dredging. I undorstaniV .that tho gold dredge, ; situated sortie 14: niilus upf the river, is to start work on .-Monday next, but the official opening will not take place till later on.. Mr. Rossiter is: making groat headway with his dredge, and. e'xpeots to launch tt very shortly.

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

THE SETTLING. ; ^ f ?' l'ho Bottling look place at Mr. .J/Ndw ton's Hotel at night,'everything passing off in a joviil manner....'-.Owing; to the principal .winners taking;th6ir;.^departure before the' nettling 'wad over,'' the' usual toasts wero not drunk in the flowing bowl as hitherto. ?,'/'. ,?;? . ' '

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

Londoj, August 9. Hnasbrook'n commando is reported to have commandeered a quantity of British stores befcweon Harrisniith and "Vrodo, nndinnow said to bo advancing in the direction o£ the Transvaal. Further information regarding I lie cap ture of Amoerspoort, about 25 miles north of the moat northerly point of the Natal frontier, states that Goneral Bullet's success was characterised by great bril liance, Commandant Botha's four com mandoes having beonjcompletely dispersed while the heights wore captured in dash ing style. Genoral Botha, however succeeded in withdrawing his'10 guns. It is stated that tho Australian Bushmen have disinterred immense quantities of rifles wrapped in blankets, and boxes of well-preserved ammunition, concealed ,iu graves ? in the Orange River Colony. These arms were undoubtedly intended for futuro uso. : Lord Roborts has opened a Soldier's Instituto at Pretoria." The force under command of. Lord Kitchener, which is in pursuit of the Boors under Commandant...

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

" LATE-SPORTING; The following are the results of tho chief events run at R»ndwiok'. on Saturday': Tramway Handicap Bungo, Dizon, Tjocli Clievden., Hampden Stakes: Dandy, Vocalist, ..Hautboy. Spring' Handicap iVBlue Metal, Turbine, Little Joo. Won by balf-a-length. Time 2min 12socs. The Grand National Steoploolmso luti at Melbourno on Sasurday, was won by Chelsea, Signal second, Euro 'third. At the sumo mooting Lancustor won the Malakoff StiiUos. At the sale of tho St. Alban's stud last wook in Melbourne, La Carabine WHS purchased by Sir . Rupert Clarko for 1200 guineas. . She ' was ?" immediately afterwards backed for tho Melbourne Cup at 100 to 4. Tho!2l-horses sold realised | £7880.

What to do in Case of Emergency. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

What to do to Gnso, of Emorgonoy. What would y*u do if taken with colio or chdlora-murhus when your phyaioian is away from, bomo and tho drugstores aro closed? Aftrr etie such emergency you will ulwrya ke'op Chamberlain's Colic. Oholcca and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home ; but why waft wutfl thy harsp is stolen before you luck ihc atablo f For side' by C, I Cavuiimigh. ' .Mn; MCMILLAN opened tho federal campaign by an ad^reao ut thoKandwick TowoHnUou Friday night; - /

THE HONOR OF THE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

THE HONOR OF - THE PEOPLE1 In ordinary circumstances it would pos sibly not bo correct to speak (if the expenditure of £17 17a as trifling, but. when that sum is nil that is required to acquire that wondorful work, the ENCYCLO IVKIIIA BIUTANNICA, it is tliu veriest trifle in . relation lo.tlio intellectual banquet provided. Whon'it is remembered also tlmt the prico provailing when the ninth edition WHS published was £37, it is at once ovident that something especial 1ms been arranged for tlio benefit of seekprs uftor information. To the enterprise of Tliu Loudon " Times " the circumstunces that the 25 volumos, which contain this library in itself, are available to resideuts of New South Wales at such a compara tively small sum. Moreover, the pay ments can be made in such an easy man'nor by monthly instalments that the expenditure will bo hardly felt, whilst above all the subscribers will bo placet) in .possession of the entire work after the itirsb monthly payment, an ovidenco of th...

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

SYDNEY, J\TONDAY Nioirr. \ , ' - Tin ore is quoted nfc 23a.' ? The Promior loft 'lust nighttoj'viait Albury and Corona. *', . The.Adelaido Grand National Hurdlo racowasjyon by EbD, Carbonate second, and Pliantom third. . - ? LONDON, Sunday.'. . A terrible heat wave has passed orar America. 2000 horses dropped dead in the streets of Chicago witlnn a woek. Major Borroughs hrfs captured a rtbol camp near Kumassi at tho point of tho bayonet. Tliu British casualties were 62. In the pugilistic encountor Rublin de feated Bob Fitzsimmons in the sixth, round at New . York. .

TABULAM JOCKEY CLUB RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

TABULAH JOOZE7 CLUB RACES [From our own Correspondent.] THE anbual meeting of tho aliovo Club took place on Saturday last, and pasaod oft in a most successful manner. Tho weather was delightful, tho racing good, and every event filling up,welt. Tho attendance was the largest ever seen here, there being not less than 400 peoplo on the ground. Un fortunately, there were two slight acci dents, Fando falling iu the Spring Handi cap, and 0. Smith's inaro in the Momber's race, tho jockies luckily escaping in both instances with a severe shaking,. Follow ing are the results"? Maiden Plate.'-Canada ; I,; Saalijjlit 2{: ^SanjBl.W- . .A^pleiidil-rAob'.' ST'On' jjy; a neck, i- -v" ' -. "? : ' SpBKfa HANDICAP. " E. D. Smith's Erato, 8-8.......I..1 N. Farrell's Waterman, 7-8 2, ----- Melodist, 8-4 ...............3; Fsndojvras the only othorstarter. The betting w!as 6 to 4 on Melodist, evens on: Erato, 3; (o 1 Waterman and Fando. The horses got away to a good start, Fando leading past the post th...

Yesterday's Homebush. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Yesterday's Homebush. SYDNEY, MONDAY SIGHT. MESSRS. Pitt Soriund Badgery report as follows:- i . 915 c»ttle were yarded, tho jnnrkot bing up 7fi .6d per head. Beat beef worth 24s per lOOlbs. Bullocks, IA 14s to LIL 10s ; cows, 14 10a to 1,8. 1 20,100 sheep were penned, values htiag 6d lower. Wothers, 9a to 17s 9d ; ewes, 9s to 13s.

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

LAND COURT BOARD. THE Land Court Board hold n sitting at the local Court IIouso yesterday. Thero I woro present Messrs. F. G. Finley (Chairman), I. Whereat and M. H. Fitzhordingo Ms.B., nlso Mr. J. Edwards (Recording Clerk). The following buai uesa was disposed of : K A. Moiling, for 0 r 09-37 of 100 norcs, and ? l 300 ncres, parish Timbarra, county Clivo. Confirnit J. Rental for 0 h 2Jd per aero. , _ __ Thomas Hitchenor, . for o r 90-42 of 70 acres, and cl 99-40 of 210 acres, parish Clifton, county Clive. Postponed, to'next court as. applicant intends to apply for a withdrawal. Henry "Romer, for c L 92-64 of 120 acrcs, and op 99 50 of 40 acres, parish Silent Grove, countv Clive. Confirmed j rent for ol 2d per acre ; fuur wire fence-in each in stance, J. IV. Sckafer, for o p 99*69 of 71 acres, and c i, 99-78 of 211 acres,-parish Tarban, county: Clivo. CP confirmed, and 163 acres o L. Rent 24d per acre. firncstE. Vapcue, for c r 99-70 of SO acres, and O L 99*79 of 210 acrcs. Board al...

Farmer's and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Farmer's and Settlers' Association. A; SPECIAL meeting of the committee of, the Touterfiold branch vma held kt tho Town Hall Inst Saturday afternoon. Present : Mtssr*. J. Toohey. (chair), Thomas Miller, H, Donnelly, .aenr.v P. Wilkie, W. H. Undorwood, j. Bailey, and the secretary (Mr. J. Telford). .The secretary by permission was allowed to make a statement. Ho pointed out the Doceseity of having tho committee streng thened, and 'moved that throe seats be declared vacant, and the following appoint ments madeMessrs. H. Willgoose, G. R. Smith, and G. R. Doylo. Ho gave as his reason U r adopting this course,the un necessary expense and loss of time occa sioned by special rneotmgB. The Chairman stated that ho had not taken particular notice of tho advertisement convening tho ^refeent meeting, and asked if it was logal to make the appointments. It was pointed out; that tho advertisement mentioned " other , important business," and the /appointments were then unanimously' made. The follow...

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

THE PLAGUE, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT There woro two o&sos ? placuo . reported atTownsviUo yesterday 30 2HE 1)EA5**-A rich lady, cased of ; hei' Deafness o;td Noises In tho Head by Dr* . '' , -Nit'hibon'q Artificial ISar Drums,, gavo £5,00Q J\ta institute, so that deaf people - ' yS*KV«lt> ta procure I ho ifiur Drums may have tVwn, fmv Atldiesa No; 8770. TW ^lo^olaon Institute* I^mgoott^ Gunnor«» : v I bury# Londou, Wi

Leech's Gully Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 14 August 1900

Leech's Gully Union. ' Tlio monthly.'meeting of the above was :hol(lnt Mr, W. Goodrich's on Wednesday evening hist. Mr. W. Goodrioli occupied ! . the chair, there being a good iittendnnce present. Mr. George Doyle WHS proposed and accepted as a new member. Mr. J. Telford, the lute secretary, sent iti a book previously used by himself, for the uso of the " new secretary. Mr. Mansfield ' intimated that .ho had no use for the book, and, aftor discussion, it was handed oyor . to the Treasurer for his use. Oil the motion . of Messrs Johnson and Weir, the Secre tary was instructed to forward reports to-' the .Agricultural Department concerning the : corn grown from the seed samples supplied by that source. The same ' gentlemen also moved that tho secretary .?write to the Agricultural Department for 'a few samples of tho dark skin variety1 of -potato seed. -The next meeting was fixed 'for. IMr... Mansfield's residence on; 5th - September next. -. /. ? .? V t1 It is better to bay onn hottle...

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

Sunnyside Branch. The ordinnry monthly mooting of the above branch was held at the residenco of Mr. J. Scott last Tuo-sdaj evening, Mr. W. Lnwlor presiding. A Idttor was rend from Mr. C. A. Lee Rtniiuu that he had boon informed that the Kaliway Com missioners had ducidcd not to remove tlio siding rails at Sunnyside platform, pend ing what direct points liiay take place under Federation ; also Mating that the points had boon removed prior to tho date of their application, hut that same could bo replaced in a fun* hours at any time they were required. An account from the STAR .for 10s, printing by-laws was passed for payment. Mr. ljuvlor, the branch delegate to the recent Farmers'and Settlers' Conference in Syd ney, road a report of his experiences when in Sydney, for which ho was ac corded a hoarty vote of thanks on the motion of Messrs. Humphrey and Corrin. A specialty nf the'roport was a reference to' a duck farm, owned by Mr. Ellis at .Botany, over which he was shown. This1 was sh...

A POSER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

A POSER., Mr. Oldboy is a bright aud wtll^presecved old g<.utlemau, but Uis little gittudUiughter thinks be ib a very old man, ladeod, > She bad beeu ailtiog ou bis knee and looking atbftbvery seriously for aova momeuts oao day when she and s " Grnudpn, urerc yeu in tho Ark ? " 11 Why, oo, my dear/' gaipcd her aitoaiahsd granjlpaieBt.. .*. A."-. "Then why nerua't you drotraud t" she aakad.'

THE CYCLISTS NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

THE CYCLISTS NARROW ESCAPE.! Uiss Bloomergul was stated on' tbe edge of the fountain lying her fibotstritgs ia a hart knot, when John Pusbpodal roduup on bis new nhfel and dismounted. Hia face waa flushed, far ho had bee a scorching in ordor to overtake MissBloomergirljind tho emotionn that bubbled inside liift sweater only added to his beat. The truth is that he loved Miss Bloomergirl, bot she waa above bim mutation. In taot, ehe -rod© a twenty guinea MPu»bit" wbilo be bad been forced to be content with a *95 model during '98, and only by wearing outing Qstmei shirt* all winter toad he been abto to purobase anew wheel in tie spring. . Bat a (brill or pride rnn through Mm as ho leaned his new '97 " Wbtr* whir" wheel against the fountain and threw | himself at Mils Blonmaigirl's feet. I *« Maude," be said, ** \ have lone saugbt for J an opportunity. (0 tall you my love, but jou j hare always managed to ovadu me. . Now, j however, I have overtaken yoa, tbaoks to the I speed of my new ...

A COLLEGE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

A COLLEGE TRICK. We bear bo much of that contemptiblo forn of brutality koowu as *'basing " in colleges that it is refreshing to know thatstudeot* ocoatiuoally find other vents for tbeirsurplas vitality besides draggfog a frtsbtnai} by. tbo heels, .burning bias .with pokers, or diickiug bim ia a pond at midwinter. Oo nn Ohio'railway train the other day une ~car was full of students,sedan old'college triok was successfully pUysd, Tbo word wan passed around,* and. when tbe braktf&an entered the oar one member looked at his watch, and not being satisfied with the result of the inspection asked the brakemai what time it was. The br'akeman accommodatingly told the inquirer, wfc*r«at tho seventy«flve members of the college shontedin chorus ^Thenk you kindly, air !" ^ Tne braktmaa dropped his head and sneaked crestfallen away, amid the laughter,; Pretty soon be came back, .v / **6ay," said hfe, " if; you will play that on the eoaductor. I won't say a word about it." The boys agreed...

ELEPHANT FLESH FOR FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

ELEPHANT FLESH FOR FOOD. - Tbe flesh of the elephant in eaten in its en tirety by several African tribes. Tbe rough outer skin is fliBfi temoved iu larjje sheets. Beneath tbis is » subcuticle, a pliable mombrane, from wbioh tbe natives m^e waterskios. Tbe ele phant yields large quantities of fat, used in ccoking tbe natives' sun-dried biltsDg, or dried strips of tbe elephant's flesh* and also in the prapaiationof vegetablts. Africau explorers-white men, that is to say -agret that one'pirfc of the elephants carcase, when properly cookrd, is a succulent diib that will rfgnlo tie most delicate taste. Tbis pact, very strangely, is the. leg, just below tbe knee, which one would'auppose to be tho toughest portion of the animal. To prepare the-joint a hole three feet deep is dug in tbe earth, and the tides of it are baked hard by moans of large live coals. Most of the ; coals are then taken out, and .the elephant's foot is placed in the rado oven. The hole ^ is then Qlled with dirt, tightl...

Yesterday's Homebush. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

Yesterday's Homebush. SYDNEY, THDKSDAY NIOHT. MESHES. Pitt Son and Badgery report as follows: 715 cattle were yarded to-day, the' ? market being 10s better. Best beef-'l worth 24s 6d per lOOlbs. Bullocks LG to'-. L13bs : cons, "Li 10s to L8. . - . : About _ 27,000 sheep were penned, " values being slightly higher;- Wethers, 9»:>' to 18s 6d ; ewes 9s to 15a 6d.

AN UNCROSSED LIMITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

UNCROSSED LIMITATION. "They sty tbfct theie pugilists are rery ill* tempered paoplr," remarked Muud. .. 4,Ye*«" replied Mamie, "and it is ray opinion tbst (bey bare been misiepresented. .. J don't see how you know." "I hire read about ifien. And I bare uotlctd that bawerer. much theyquarrel they uerer '{fct^so aagry Ibat tlioy won't ipeik lo |

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