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Their Claims Set at Rest. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
Their Claims Set at Rost. : The claim of other cough medicines' to be us gfood tin Chamberlain's tiro effectually se« | at rest in tho followiug testimonial of Mr. | C. D. Glass, and employe of Bartletb and j Dennis Go., Gurdiuer, Mo. He says: MI hud kept nddiug to a cold and cough in the i winter of 1897, tryiut? every cou^h medicine i j I heurd of without permanet help, nutil oue | j day I was in tile drug store of Mr. Houle- j ban, and he advised me to try Chamber laiu's Cough Remedy and olfcied to pay buek my money if I was no'i cured. My lungs aud; bronchial tubes were very eoro at this 'time, but I was completely cured by this remedv. and have since always turned to it when I get a cold, and *oou hnd relief, i I also rccQinmcnd li to niy fuendu and am i glad to say it is the best of all cough' medi* i olncs," » For sale by 0.. !. Cavauough i
HUSBANDS AND WIVES. THE SHREWD ATTORNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
HUSBANDS AND WIVES. . . THE SHREWD ATTOHNRY. Har name was Saipgs-it dida't suit . Her rioh awtbetio nature, And so she thooghtshe'd hare it ebaeged ' By not of legislature. 8bo saogbt»limb-* legal mm .. With lots of subtle loaroinf, Aad'oato him she did confide. Her soul's meit pamfal yearning. He beard berthrough - boiakcdber wealth, He pouderrdVer ber atoij -J. 'V.. And then bo said bo would consult . . His "volumes statutory. >-,% 1 IShe sighed aad rose-be took ber biad - '-V-; \ Aad *adden said, 41 Howslupid I .?*S&lt; . I did forget (be procedeat . Of ' Hymen vs. Cupid,1n - . " Just substitute my name for yonra," v The maiden blushed and fallen d- .. * ? ?" But ia-two weeks she took her Bam* . . Toehurchandbaditfaltored. ' ' . ?? . .WOMAN, LOVELY WOMAN! ..There are some quter conplea ie I ho war Id remarked % teal estate agent. u The other day a mao and a woman called to see ma about real* iogaflat. ,'rha womaa did all the talkiag, ud tupted to the man for conQrmatia...
Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers and Gardeners. T?or the Month of August 1000. : BY ORONZO PBESA.- V ' Mftbdrologtet and -Astronomer., % 1st"tooth.- Atmosphere gdodfor planting ami sowing. Weather, heavy, rain iu places, most likely snow on highlands in Scut hern districts. Southerly wind predominant, shifting North West. In North and Norvth Easterly dietriotB, cloudy and variable. Squally in Western districts Almost'gen erdl rains, North least affected. Conditions stormy. - 6th to 7th.-Atmosphere not so genial for planting operations. Weather variable. Kain heavy in placcs, especially in South East districts, cold Westerly, or South East winds, stormy, frostb in places. North least affected, West cold, snow and ruin in places. 8th to 9th.-Better atmosphere for plant* ing and sowing, do not manure. Weather the same ; strong winds in places from same quarters. 10t h.-Atmosphere unfavourable for sow ing and planting. Weather unchanged. 11th to 13th.- Good atmosphere for farm and g...
SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
/ SYDNEY, ' *. ? - . j-'iy:..?:.'. TH0R8DAY NlOHT. . Tin wfjB is" »iuoi:i>cJ'at^238;V '^;>% 1 Th/«toamers > Persio; arid . AVarrnambooI.fej??* s with tho invalided-a'oldiera .is due^tb-S';'^.£1 monbiv. f,. j- i- ' ( Suvero flooda are'foported,-from^Lttuni,'^':K] coson, TusmaniH. tho greator pact coantry being submerged. J i " /'Mr. .John Dixou-Son.. . Government. ? Inspector of Colli one ,died at flowcnotle lust night. I The revenue for tlio prosent month bo - ' fur shows a decided improvem ont. ., ' Mr. . Deakin, tho Viotorian Federal dolcgnto in London, only expended L660. .; out of the L1000 placed to liisocedit. ' Tho estate of tho Into VV. R. Wilson, of i: St. Albans, lifts boon valued for probata : purposes at L03.684. The Orst prize in Tattersa'll's Sweep on the Adohido Grand; National Hurule»t ,' ^ \nlucd LX368 was won by Mr. J. Thompr" son, Sydney. Tho second and 5. third';: priaes woutto .Viotoria and;Sydneyro-'f,! vpeotively.
Danger of Colds and La Grippe. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
Eangoroi Colds and LaGrippo. 'The Greatest ganger from. 'colds and la gaippb is.their reatHirlg Id. pneumonia. If reasonable^ care is", used, however, . and Ctiamberlaiu'0 Cou§h Remedy: taken,] all danger will bo avoided. Anion? the - tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases wo have yet to learn of a single ciise haying resulted in puenmoMt, whieh;&hows conclusively that it is a certain preventive ot that dangerous malady. It will cure o cold or aniittack of lagrfppe In less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take.- For salo by C. I. Cavanough. CYCLISTS aud athletes should always ; carry a supply of PAULDING'S EUCALP TUS OIL. It is useful in every emergency. Sydney Office, 16 O'Connell Street*
Our Soldiers. Letter from Corporal Tyrrell. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
Our, Soldiers. I . from Corporal Tyrrell. ; Just ft few lino t.. let you know I am .alill ni'vo and well. Sincu I wrote Inst, Ht,Jllocmfontbin welmvo beon doing great work.among tlio Bourn. The: only thing that surprises mo ia that half of us are not dead, we have lind wonderful luok up to date. There liavo only been about 20 j "ur regiment woundud and 2 Killed, and I think we have beemin some tit tho hottest corners throughout tiio ^campaign. ...Wo are now at Kroonstaad - tho secimd capiial of ih» Orange Free . StJito. During our inarch from Bloem . fontoin to Kroonatad wu ongaged th'o enemy; almost every day. At the Vet river, there was a big force of BoeVa bid don . nlong the river, also many hundreds in a large donga out from tho ? river,. having their big guuB on two kopjes on tho other isitlb. General .Hutton brought us up from nmong .hundreds of othor regiments. Ho soft soaped us with a speech, tolling us of all tho good work we hod done and said he had a job for us now. Wo h...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
' MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. I THE fortnightly meeting of tho Council was held on Monday night. Present; Ald ermen W. Re id (Mayor), Juorgens, . Whereat, Walker, Sommoi'lnd, Crisp, Kelly and Roper. FINANCE ( Tlio Finance Coninutteo recommended payment of accounts amounting, to L8, lfls 8tl Hie following accounts were referred to, . that body for examination-- S. Hughes, drain pipes, L17 9s; 0. W. Jieudctt, legal coals, L2 la CLERK'S REPORT. .1 The report of tlio Clerk of Works, also the paysheet for the fortnight, were road and adopted on tlio motion of Aldermen 'Kelly and Juergens. v CORRESPONDENCE. (1) From Mr. C. A. Leo M.P. in reply to letter of the 2nd instant, ro suggested improvements to the local Post' aud Tele graph Ollicu. . Ho slated that ho had seen the Minister for Works on the Bubject, and the estimated amount to carry out samo liad boen approved, and an arrange ment had been ninde with the Govern .rnent; Architect to have the papers for , warded at once to tlio Clerk of Works...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 17 August 1900
?W'OLM-tiesS.- , ?ANTED a GENERAL SERVANT for Station;-Apply to . MRS. CROMMELIN, . Logau-stfeot, Tonterfield. MR. J. M. WILSON, Resident Dentist, ASSISTED IIY Mr. G. B. Sowerby, , Surgeon Dentist, late ofl/ondon, England ? BUSDEN-STBEET, AEMIDALE, PremiBeB lately oooupiod by Mr. \V P CroBBe and Dr. Ditchnm). v "11 /TAY be consulted at the COMMERCIAL J.VA HOTEL, Tuntcrhcld, Monday & Tuesday, Sept. 8 & 4. FOB SAI/iR-Pianoa, Organs, Sowing Machines (now and second hand), Cash or Easy Terms.--W. J; GIBSON, Anctioneer.Tenterfield. Dentistry DR. AMESBURY. MAY lie * cnnsnHe-l at his Surgery * Bouqo. street, T*nterilold, on date 'mentioned below. Ar'iGcWl .Teeth made, fitted, and re paired on the Premises (speciality). Painless Extraotion eto., 2s fid. . DR. AMESBURVS next Visit .to Ten-'1 terfield will be on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, August 29th and 30th. COVERNME^JAILWAyS. Special Cheap Excursions to SYDNEY & NEWCASTLE. Tuesday, 4th September. ri^IOKBTS at specially...
Colonial Casualties. DEAD AND WOUNDED. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900
Colonial Casualties., . :-i;'C. : DEAD AND WOUNDED. , SYDNEY, MONDAY 'Nioht.'.' ,Thb-Premier has received a'cable statins " tlint PnvntcH Dnft, Wnrdoll,-and Gibson . hoyo. boon killed ac Elnnd'e River, and Jiivnto Walker and Sergeant Mitchell. , have died from, wounds. Trouper Ralston has/been wouudecl, ? and . Sorn-lTarnor . Hansen is missing.; (Thu. coloniiils ongagod ac Elands River aro /supposed to belong wholly to tho .. Bushmen's contingent. In the gnietted . - list there are three Sufi's, one. being of Tinjiha, and tho other two, sodb of Mr, Duff, of Millio, one of whom was formerly i in tho Deopwater Post Office. Tho only . Mitchell, whoso . name appears in the... Bushmen's contingent list, is Sorg-Major. ? Mitchell; of Tenterfield. The last heard of him was at Buluwayo, so that we hope. he is not identical with the deceased soldier reforred to above. Tho other names mentioned 6ll_app#ar among the Bushmen's Contingent.) 'I
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL. I . SYDNEY, MONDAT Niokr.'; - ' Wheat, 2s lOd .Flour, L66B to.L6 10a ? :0hiclc\vhentj'2s; 3d to 2s 6d . Chaff,-L210a to L3 10a ' "????? Potatoes L2 to L3 Maizo; 2a 6d to 2a 7d ? Oats, 2b 2d to 28 4d i*: ' Lucerne, L210a to M . . ? ? ;' Butteri otoamery, 10i j faotory, 10#; ? 'd»iry, 8Jd. v ?
THE TENTERFIE[?] Interrolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. CHANGE OP OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900
': . . THt TENTERFiEl I) ^$uterrolaniai Cfliuuv ..*'V' ***** - ' ' ,'P^irfieid & Wallangarra. Advooate U . TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. ../CHANGE OP OPINIONS. IT ib a common practice with many people j to point tho finger of acorn at a politician abouM he change his opinion on any nutter of public policy, no matter how trifling. However, it may bo said that neaily every publicist of paat and preaont days has wriggled, juat tho same as private . poople do in their life and dealings one ..^with another. The difference is that when ?n ordinary person changes his coat no one heeds its, but a public man stands in . very different position. This was par ticularly noticeable during the late Fede-1 xal campaign, when versatility of sm high ordor.waa displayed. The trouble then! was that quite a number did not know t what .the/ bolieved in;, one day thor argued lti: favor of one thing, and the next day found thon, vigorous debaters of the. opposite belief, The sottlimr of' thfe complex questi...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900
LOCAL NJEWS. . ^AKBPAiliBASB.-Thefollowing, annual loMa;'iipplication was lodged, yesterday. at. the local''lands Office 1-D, MoAlister' 640 acres, parish Cataract, County Buller. Gibnlyoi* STATION.-Thir property hsa b'oen (lurclmsed l>y Mr. OR. McLeod, of Terrica. Mr. Cobb, who has been manager for * number of , yearn, and at one time part' proprietor, purposes leav ing the district, which is rogrottcd by all those who knew him. - XjAnd SELECTIONS IN Stanthoiu'k Dis , TRICT.-There ia evidently a growing de mand for land in the Stanthnrpo district, jlnitlio year 1898, 4379 acres was selected, while in 1899 . the ar»a . increased to 24,952 acres, and there is still a good enquiry tor suitable holdings. . WATER Sorny TO Uocntut TOWNS. In the Aaaombly on Friday, Mr. O'Sulli van, in reply to Mr. Ewing, said it was his intention to introduce a bill to amend the Act under which the water supply to country towns is at present adminiitered. Ho would bring tho measure forward ns soon as O...
THE FEDERAL ELECTORATES. Tentoefleld-Tweed Combination the Lowest. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900
THE .FEDERAL ELECTOBOT. Tontorflold-Tveeod Combination tho Lowest. THE Federal Electoral boundaries and the 'numbers of electors within each having at last been announced, it is with -surprise and indignation-that We notice that this electorate in obliterated ; and instead of being ono of tho foremost, it has, owinx to the wirepulling of a few shortsighted individuals in this t9wn, become the most insigiiilieapfc. No more deadly blow haii been givon this Border Constituency, the birthplace of Federation, than those mis guided persons have dealt it in their suicidal efforts. to be linked on'"to tho Jliolimond and 'TWeed districts." Perhaps they are now satiaBed with their blunder' ing efforts, but the residents of this im portant district have to submit to tho humiliation'of the lowest position in' the Federal Kystem, and the injustice of having been robbed of their birthright by a cotiplj of Nori.li Coast engineering politicians, who care not ono-straw for U9, but to suit their own ...
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900
THE PLAGUE. V ? SYDNEY, Saturday. Robert West. admitted to quarantine cm (lie 17tli'insWn't died on Saturday. last frillll plllgUO. BRISBANE." Friday. ? A laborer . wis discovered Uvday at Towns villi) Hufferinc from plague. John Chung, a chinaman in quarantine died to-day. '? _ ? Aldert Ah Moy, a half caste,' living at Rockhanipton, developed plagiio at the Hospital yesterday. 'V,;- SYDNEY, MOSOA* NIGHT. :;Thriio froah cases of plague occurred at Towuaviile ori Saturday,, oao. of. the :patienU,V.beihg'Vewplby_ed^at the;'local Meat Works.