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Agricultural Societies. IMPROVED PRINCIPLES NECESSARY. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

Agricultural Societies. IMPROVED. PRINCIPLES NEOES SARY. : SYDNEY, THUBSDAY NIGHT." THE Minister for Agriculture .says that some action must bo token to improve the 'educative, influences, .of Agricultural " Sooietiea.'

[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CRAZY BESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

[ALL RIOHTS RWBHTHD.} CRAZY BESS. Life was a very wearisome business, There nns uotbiog (rao under tbe sun. London and its daily rusk of work was more than 1 could bear, aud 1 made a sudden determination to pack up my" belongings, and go as, quickly aa tbe train would carry me to the liltlo village of a- Everybody knows tbat B-- ia cosily aottIed in between two tills. Tbe fisher-folk, ns a rule apeskof them aa the Great'(Jn sad tbe Little 'Ua. It was under the shadow, of tbe the Great '(Jn that I feund the little ian wbiob was to abetter me far somonever*to-be-forgott«n days, 1 bad proceeded thither, from the atatian in what they callcd tbe *' pony caart." Top progression was not easy, and certainly net dig nified, for tbe two of as, tta dricer and myself were completely ab the mercy of the said poay. Throats were cot resorted te, but certaiu plead* inga Amused me not»little. 41 Now, owd cell, tba've passed the nasty bit, do 'ee goa on-do 'oe, now." Or ogaiu i ' Tha' needn't take th...

A Tempting Offer. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

A Tempting Offer. I iSYDNEY", THURSDAY NIGHT,- ' . Aho. British South Africa;£forapany-arc. offering famm of 3000 acres onoh to mem bers o£ the colonial contingent settling in Rhodesia, with a retaining-fee of L25 per annum for military service. Private letters received? from South Africa state that Lord ftitchendr has called for 2000 Volunteers to join him in an expedition through Africa to Cairo ab the clciso of the present war.

THE LAWYER'S CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

THE LAWYERS CATECHISM. 1st. Ia deciding * cue. why donV th^ lawyer* simply toss up a copper to determine ffkioh of thorn aball bare tbe stuff, instead of spending balf - a dozen years worrying the life out »f tbe judges ? Answer. [6 would not be safe for the copper. Bod. Which is better for tbe client, an bonest lawyer or a disboneit one ? Aoi, Not sufBoient data on tbe former brinob of tbe case to euable one to giro an opinion. 3rd. Should a lawyer defend a man he knows to bo guilty P : Ana. If bo's fool enough to know any such ,tbing it doean't much matter what he does, 4th, But suppose he only thinks he's guilty. Ane. Is that esse he should increase the amount of bis fee until be has icasouable doubts on the point. fitb, When should a lawyer advisaaa appeal P Aqs, Wheu fae'a beaten. ; . .... ' . 6th. Should a lawyer ever tako a case on spec P Aos. Not if ho oan get anybody else to pay "fer It. 7tb. How much time should a lawyer devote to his client's ease ? ^ Acs. Whatever' spare...

Redfern Poisoning Case. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

Redfern Poisoning Case. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. ELIZABETH O'NEILL hus boon committod for trial on a charge of ndmjmsteritag poisoii to Frederick Stanfield with intent to murder him.

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

FRU!r__FOODS. / Walnuts five nerve or brain food, mutele, fctat, and waste. The grest majority ot small fresh teed fruits ace laxative. Dried figs coatain nerve aud muscle food, heat nod waste, but are bad for the liver. Blaacfeed alxnooda give the higher nerve op brain aniVixmseh food ; DO hveat or wast*. Apples supply the higher nerve and nnsele food, bat do net afford staying properties. BJick grape* are nutritious and blood pari* fying. to© rieb for thoie who suffer from the liver. I*mona . and tomatoes should not be osed daily in cold weather; they^haVe a lewering and cooling effect. All stone fruits are considered to be injurious for those who suffer from the liver, and should be used cautiously. Tomatoes supply higher nerve or brain food and w*«to ; no heat; they are thinniuff sod stimulating ; but the skins should not be eaten. 'Piunesaffordtbobigbestnerve or brain food ; supply beat and wiste, but are not muscle* feetiiog. Tbey should be avoided by those who suffer from the...

A Soldier Wounded. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

j A Soldier Wounded. . * SYDNEY, TncnsDAY NIOHT. TUB Promior haarecoivod a cablo stating that Private Douglas of tho Nevr South Wales Mounted Infantry was slightly wounded at Welverdiend.

The A.M.P. Society. A STRAIGHT-OUT VOTE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

The A.M.P. Society. STRAIGHT-OUT VOTE, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. THE Directors of tlio Australian Mutual .Provident Socioty hare Agreed to take a straight-out vote yes or no oil the ques tion of the oxtension of tbo business out side of the colonies.

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

LATEST. COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. : . ' Wheat, 2a lOd Flour, L6 6s to L6 10s ' OHiokwheat, 2a.3d to 2s fed . Chaff, L210s to L3 10s . - ' Potatoes L2 'to L3 Maizo, 2s 5d to 2s 7d Oats, 2s 2d to 2s 4d , Lucorne, L210s to L3 Butter, crcamery, 10i ; factory, 10J ; deiry, 8Jd.. '? :i -

TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary.. SYDNEY, THOBSDAT. . The, Harbor Trust Bill has passed: the second reading in .the,' Assembly, and: has boonpartly carried through Commit-, .tee. ? THURSDAY NIGHT. ." The business in - the Assembly this afternoon was of »n unimportant nature.: A bill to amend the Municipalities Aat will bo ready in the cours'u of n few days. TheOolonial Treasurer intends: to de liver his Budget Speech within the next fortnight.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl D Jntcrrolofnial dfoommr 'AND' Fs'tffield & Wallangarra Advooate FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. LOCAL NEWS. ANNUAL LEASE.-The follpwing annual lease was applied for yesterday at the local Lands Office J. E. Butler, 640 aores, parish Timbarrs, county Clivo. FREE SELECTIONS.-Tho following ap plications were lodged yesterday :- J, £ Crisp, A.O.P. '65 aeres, and o.L. 260acrop, parish Acacia, county Buller. -. FOOTBALL.-The Secretary of tho local Football Association has received -a wire from. Diake forfeiting their engagement with 'the .Easterners at Tenterfiold on Saturday next. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.-'The ex terior of thin .hostelry has undergone a thorough coursiof renovation and improve ment at tho hands of Mr. J. B. Day The whole of tho outside of tho building has been painted a-good standing color, and other improvements of a general nature carried out. THE SCOTTISH RIFLES.-Mr. W. J, Gibson, Secretary of the Scottish Rifles informs us that he has received a letter from ...

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

Brief Mention. COUNCIL report tin fourth pago. FITZOEHALII'S cirous on Monday night. SALE .of, Lady Jersey mine, Drake, rumored. WAXWORKS exhibition in the School of Arts to day and Saturday. See advt. AT the land court at WilBons Downfall on Wednesday, Sergeant Oliver collected LI Is lOd for the local Hospital.} THK Victorim Budget shows a surpluB of L131.700. AN hotel brawler in Glen tnnes wa3 recently,mulctod.in Unes covering %7 10. Ilia incidentally mentioned that Dean Strotch may be called upon to fill the vacant Bishopric of Grafton and Armidalo NEARLY 500 mounted men and a regi ment of infantry nro now badly chasing two fleeing niggers. TIIE pursuers appoar to be where the Breolong blacks are not, and the civilians tumbling across tliem don't appear to be taking any. IT is reported from Orange that a large tiger is roaming about the bush. Tins Goulbura Council has decided to discharge all its laborers on August 24, OQ the ground that the majority are too old for Work. AT Bris...

WAXWORKS AND WAR BIOGRAPH [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

WAXWORKS AND WAE BIO GRAPH . MR, Pjiil Stuakt, tlio well-known thea trical manager, exhibited hia Waxworks Show at the Sohool of Arts lust night. Tho WAX figures are far and away superior to anything of tho kind ever exhibited in tlio colonies, and are from tho well-known establishment of Max. L. Knitmakor, tho famous artist and modeller of Bourke street Melbourne. The wax groups re present the Qatton mystery, and ahi.w the unfortunate victims just as thoy were discovered, while a painting of tho spot whoro tho dreadful deod was done is shown as a back-ground. Another im pressive tableau shows the principal actors in tho Yarra Boot Box Tragedy, with life-liko presentments of Madame Hadnlyski, Trnvice Alexander Tod,, and Theekla Reginae Dubberkc, the callous' informant, bending over tho victim 'in tho boot box. Prof. Christian's War Biograph is an addition to the show, and it projects a number of animated scones of camp life and thrilling military epi sodes in tho Transvaal, and an e...

THE LATEST. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

I THE LONDON. August 15. . The allied forces are within sixteen miles of Pekin. An attack will be. made on the east and south sides. The Indian troops ore eajer for the GgliE. . The British and Japanese Commanders have jointly executed operations at Poit sang. There are indications that the Chinese officials have fled from Pekin. Three German warships have heen . diB-' patched to Shanghai. ; Franco has agreed to Oount Waldersoo taking command of the allied forces. . The Kaiser opposes partitioning China; but favors Government. by a strong Chinese ndministration.

P. AND S. P. BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

P. AND S. P. BOARD. A MEETING of the Tonterfield P. and S. P. Board was Held ntDeepwater on Tues day morning. Present:, Messrs. H. Gordon (Chairman), A. Greenup, W. T. (Moll, 11. G. A. Robertson, A. M. White, and the Secretary.; Tho mi.iutea of the last meeting were rend and confirmed. Tlio Treasurer submitted liis balance sheet for the half year ended 30th June, shewing a credit bnlnnce of L796 19s 6d, also bank boiik, and statement of receipts and liabilities of Board from 30th Juno to 14th August li>00, shewing a credit bnlnnce uf L281 0a 7d ; also certificate copy of bank balance standing to credit of Noxious Animal's Destruction account at 30th June 1900, Resolved that the balance sheet as sub mitted by Treasurer bepassod [subject to audit, and thon dealt with by the Secre tary according to the Act. CORRESPONDENCE. (1) From the Stock Bonrd's Council o Advice with names of caudidates for membership of tlio Board. (2) From Mr. W. Reid, Mayor of Tentorfield, r» Walker momorial....

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

LONDON, August 13. The Tsiing-li-Yamen, through the Chin oso Minister at Paris, has complained of. tliu delay of the legations in responding to the offer of an escort from Pekin to Tientsin. The Yamon disclaims responsi bility for any accident resulting from the delay, and urges tho Powers to instruct their representatives to proceed immedi' ately to Tientsin. M. Delcesse, French Minister for Foreign Aflairs.hns replied to this message to the effect that the depar ture of tho legations from Pekin would-.be quite impossible until the safety of the journey is assured,and lie addB that,should any accident occur, the. whola of tho responsibility will rest with China. Sir Robert Hart, the Director of Cus toms, lias sonfc a cipher mfessngo dated 5th instant, which read as follows :-"Tho sooner we can get out of this tho better, inasmuch OR it is inconvenient for the Chin ese Government and unsafe for ourselves." The mossage has been interpreted to moan that the Chinese Government is anxio...

TOOLOOM NEWS. MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

TOOLOOM NEWS. [FEOM OCJTT OWN.COBRESRONDENT.] MINING. MB. JOHN NICON and pnrty are on splen did gold ; they are working on a leader in Colcntiil's Gully, from which thoy ob tained 20 ouncos of gold a few weeks ago. The stone is vury rich that they are rais ing for n crushing to put thiough shortly at Mr. John Payne's battery. It is expected to give n splendid return. There are several miners on the field, most of whom have good shows. Mr. Rotiort Johnson and party are sinkinc a shaft* which thoy' expect to reach a depth of 100 feet before touching bottom. Should tlioy get gold at this levol,: there will bo a great future for Too loom. They are now down 75 feet, but have had a little difficulty in sinking as the formation is very hard, being cement. It is to he hoped that this party will meet with tho success they so vroll deserve for their energy and perseverance. Mr.. Janios Headrick has Rot a very good leader at Jaeger's Gully. His party is raising very rich stone. ,

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

ODIOUS TEST. A certaii yoting lady who is plentifully en dowed With the choicest gifts of nature went to a'bM»ra friend the otber day and said r V Marian/1 do .wish there was sdme way to find out who *meig the young men of my acquiintance ace sincere and honest in what they say to me. 7Jbey are all suoh flatterers that I never kuow when to believe wbat they; t«r 11 mo and whan net to. I detest falsehood above everything,aaditwould please me greatly to knew those among my friends who are really sincere." *'.l will tell you a way," eald Marian, wLe was a sensible,thoughtful little woman. " The 'aext .time yau have a number bt-tbeas oalliog upon yeu, stand op and recite a dramatic peens for them,' and tell me frbat they say about it." .- The young lady consented, and some time aftt-rwards, when flvo er six of her waimeit admirer*. had gathered in' her parlour she offered ijo give thefts a rtcilatioo, and did so. She hadn't tho slightest idea ef elocution and BO dramatic talent whstever...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSR FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900

Post Office Time Table. . MAIL9 CL08R FOR flNtooni^ Downfall. onrt Boonoo' Boonoo, , .-^.Tuesday and Friday, nt 0-30 p.m. : .Bjdiiey, Glen ItiiieB Annidale, Maitland, J >.? and Newcastle, 0-15 p. m. (Saturdays' v \ ftxecpfcflcl. , " I'Taljulan), Ciwino, Lismore, and Bichmond ?iiji:Kiv?)r-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 . .r noon; leave nt 12-30p.ni, Uimlwra, and Steinbroofc-Tuostlny and , v : ::J?r»day, at fl-30;p.m. Leavo Wednes >'"j .. dnjjttnd Saturday al'6 a.m., , .Drakei 8andy*Hill, aficH Rossi'terriHe . ?' Daily at 12 noon. Lpnvo nk l2-30p.m. Bonahaw-Monday and Fridny, at 9'80 ; n. ?;p.m. . Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 n.m. ' ' - Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11-45 - a.m, ? ? l: Wallangarra and' Queensland daily at 10 80 a.m. (Sunday exported.) HAILS iimiVK FBOM Sydnoy, Glen Innes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. . Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, nt 5-30p.m. ? > ?' Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (e...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tlio most offoctlvo preparation' for ridding tbo month of tho i Aroma of tobacoo, and loavlae a pleasant taerto, fo 8*. M., and lift. 7*. fid. bottUs ( (BngU* ratu), at ChanUU and Sioru. f. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. m ^ W Odd A GUvtr ITedtUt and Diploma*. ( Kotolu. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, . TENTERFIELD, ^.©fora E.;<-Brown, (Late of the; Exchange . . Hotel), BEGS to inform tho inhabitants of Ten ' terificM Wd aurrnuudtng districts, also the Travelling Public, that he* has again entcretl into busincifo, and has taken the well-known .and popular Hotel,.known as tho ?..COM MERC1AL HOTEL," for many years occupied by Ins late father, and ean, naaure them that'no effort will be wanting . Ins part to make tjie COMMERCIAL the.- .«/'»' y-'b ) Premier Commercial at\d Family Hotel IN )THI? NORTHERN DISTRICTS so far-as thorough, attention , to the Comfort and convemonco of *ts patrons is concerned....

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