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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH SPEAKS. . Touching generally ^ on_ tho Federal Elootornte boundaries ; the DAILY Telk orami says:-; " The inolusjon-of Tontorfield in the Tweed electorate is giving much dissatis faction. This-has boon dune to overcome or counteract tho rivalry between tho 'Claronconnd'tho Richmond. '""Geographically, the Clarenoe belongs to the Tweed, just ns tho situatiou of TenterBold suggests that it should bo part' of'a Now England electorate. ." Why it Bhould have boon diMggcd out of what in'considered to bo its proper place to be constituted a part of tho northern rivors .division is a matter that is giving riso to much comment. "The Boundaries Commission has now to show that the inclusion of Tontorfield in a north coast district, principally to overcome' tho loeal prejudices between tho Richmond indtho Clarence, is justified. Tine most objection is that which is based on tho quota. "For the electorate created thore is only 95G8 persons on tlie'ioll, while Bnlmain, Leiohha...

King of Saxony in Peril. A YOUTH ARRESTED. LONDON, August, 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

King of Saxony in Perij. < A -YOUTH AHRESTEP. ; ? LONDON, AucuBt, 19. A YOUTH lifts been arrested, afr Leipzig. IIo ridiiiittod being deputed to kill tho King of Saxony, bufcLbis'courag9;.failed* him.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOB Wilsons' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, ot9*30 p.m. " Sydney, Qlep Innes Armidale, Maitland, - and Newcastle, 6*15 p. m. (Saturdays excepted. " Tabulam, Caaino, Lismore, and Richmond River-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12'30p.m, . Ttmbarra, and Steinbroolc-Tuosday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m.. Leave Wednes day and Saturday al»G" a.m. Drake, Sandy Hill, and Bossiterville D.aily.at 12 noon. Leave at 12*30p.m.1 BoBBhaw-Monday and Friday, at. 9*30 ' p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. , Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 J " e[ '^Wallangarra and Queensland daily('&\ 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) I MAIM ARRIVE PUOlt .Sydpey, Glen InueB, Armidalo, WeJt - Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 oO a.m. ~ Boonoo Boonoo," and Wihon'e Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5*30 p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m." Tabulate, Casino, and liichinrnd Eiver Same as Drake. Timb...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S DITO-PHENOLEI, A FRAGRANT | LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, < Ta° raost offootlvo preparation ' for ridding the month of tio i aroma of tobacco, and leaving J ft ploaaant tasto* ..J &I?i6rf*» ltt* *«. «*? tottta { {EnfflUh rata), at ChemUU and Sloru. J F.'D. CALVERT & CD, MANCHESTER. * 7t Gold i Stfp<r Z/alati and Diplomat. 9 ] '< Solioltora. ' z>zia^x..' V ... J. F; Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, : &c" Souso-otroot, - Toatorflold. DURING my temporary nbscnco in South Africa my afiuirs will' bo car ried od nud my business- muntiged by. Mr. H. W. VVeigall, Solicitor, Commissioner fo ffidayits &c. Trust Money to Xiond on Approved . Security. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. rxriLL VISIT tenterfielo Vttnd W attend Court when required.. ? . __ * C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proetor,-; .Conveyancer. &c., 1.'- - AS commenced Practice in. TenjCi field, next door to-Mr. Ji Fi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

THE LATEST TRIUMPH. - . HONOR FOR AN AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. following cablo appeared in the local vapors of July 16th ... v. " London, July 14th.-Messrs Joshua Bros,, of .Melbourne, Imve been appointed . by,Royal Warrant lo supply their Boomerang Bmmiy to Iho hou*oh»lil* of tho Queen, . tho prioee of Wales and tho Duke of York." . t . . .' . " WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO." 1 Manufacturod, by tho C, T. WILLIAMS CO. : Best American Make- - - i . . Best Amerloan . ' X" GAINING DAILY IN PUBLIC FAVOR, - . WA:TERBURY WATCHES. :-v' . .. .. . ^ . Ea a werry punctual bloke. i vT*v; * .- 'E is, Bobs, * : v *iS*4l rfach Krngerontho stroke, vw*-:'h'.'E will Bobs;-- : J* 1 4 'So if'e names a date ' . . J ust write It on a Mate, « "> Youil find'e wont be late. ' r , ... Gen'raJ Bobs. . r Punctually regulated by a WATERBURY WATCH.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

Railway Time Table. : r The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter fleld at 7'10 p.m.' daily, Sativ't^s ei ;cop ted, and for Brisbane a. li-30 d.w. daily, Sundays ercoptcd. - - The Goods Train leaves TenterileU for SydnoJ every .Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., and ar ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4!'45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and T< nteifield; and Brisbano are aB follows- . ' . TbMBBFIELD 10 SlDKET. - 1st (Insr, Single ;.. ... il l 0 2nd Olaii, Single .... ... 2 10 0 \ Betur*\ Tiotets, available for " . Two Months. _ - 1st Clasi £5 12 6 2nd Clare . . ... .. 3 10 0 : Wali A»qabiias-.O Bbisbike.: : : , 1st ClaBif, Single ... I ;.v JE119 i, ;; .* 2ndClaiB;Single',.:.:' ;..:,l; 5 1st Clasil, Eoturn "i2 19: - _ _2nd CIoeb, Hoturn ... 1.18 2,

What to do in Case of Emergency. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

?What to do In Case of Emorgonoj. "What would you do if taken with colio or cholera rourbus when" your physician is away ftom homo and the drugstores are closed?, Aftrr one such emergency you will fllwrya keep Chamberlain's Colic, Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home ; but why wait until the horse is stolen before you lock the stable? For sule by C.I Cavanough. AT the Adoiaide Hospital* PAULDING'S. EUCALYPTUS OIL and SOLYPTOL ere tbo specifices in uae for Scarlet Fever and Diptheria. No remedies are BO safe and sure* . ydnoy Office,' 15 O'Connell Street.

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

Brief Mention. THE "Legations safe. ALLIES ontorcd;Poltin unopposed. WESTERL*' winds blowing, '. CRICKETERS' ball to-morrow night. LORD Kitchoner lias relieved Colonel Horo. AUCTION stvlo nnnouncud for Saturday next.' . . MANY of tho Federal electorates iiot giving satisfaction. MR. J. N. ROVER, who iins boon on n visit to his daughter at Warwick, has returned to town. Tho change has proved beneficial to him. A BTALt-hbldor in tlio Eastorn Market, Melbourne, recently died. When tho land boom in 1886 collapsed lie told his wifo that ho had lost everything. After he diod tho sum of L8460 was found hidden underneath the floor of a back room in which bo lived ; also 'a deposit in a Bank for L640. The widow-is now administer >ng. ' y- _ , ' . The ^ colliery mine owners, and tho' miners have accepted the terms of the | Premier for a settlement of tho hoWine rate of coal. ? I - MYRIADS of small cattorpiilars wore observed by a townsman on the plain on tho eastern, side of tho town. AT t...

LONG FLAT GOLD FIND. Further Sensrtional Yields. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

LONG FLAT GOLD TIND. Further Sensrtional Yields. Gundacii, Thursday-In connection with the sensational find at Messrs. Robinson and Rico's mine. Long Flat, nothing was dono from Saturday last until yesterday, ?whdn Mr. George Rice, manager and working partner of this claim, knocked out in u fow minutes a bag of oro from a rich sliute, in tho presence of Mr. E.A. Mannheim, general manager of the Howell gold miucs, Mr. H. E. Kyle, and Mr. J. Sullivan, press representative, which was equally as good as that pre viously taken out. One . lump weighiug 101b, is estimated to contain upwards of lOOoz. of gold. Tho contents of the bag aro valued at from £1000 to £1200. Half of a prospecting dish of fine .dirt taken from the b ig waB washed, and pan-V ned out about 2ooz. of fine gold. Gold still shows qiiito as good in tho, roof of the drive and the rise, there being apparently a seam of. almost pure gold. This pro perty is situated on the crest of a hill ' overlooking the Kimo Homestead, the...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. SYDNEY,. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. SYDNEY,. MONDAY NIGHT. A wire from Coonabarabron statoa that a man named Border san° two armed half castes; thiir morning three miles from Coonabarabron. They were also seen by soma school cbildrori who hid themselves, in tho bushes wliile tho bla'oks piiBaod within 100 yards of them. . The news has paused fresh excitenieub, and armed parties ate hurrying out to investigate. : The blacks orpeared to bo making to wards the sorub in the direction of the Warrumbungle Ranges. - SoaiE 'imsoreant dookod the tails-of 16 horsos at Casino last.weak. Tho polico are looking for him.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

If you want . . Ilcgister«l. GSSOSl StOOl Cutlery Send Post Card with your address to W. Jno. Baker, cutler, 3 Hunter-street, Sydney, O- for his Illustrated Catalogue.. Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 1000. C ? By ORONZO PbESA« ^lpteorologiflt and "Astronomer. ^ - li;t to 5th.-Atni03phere good forjplanting '?'ttod eowing. Weather, heavy rain iu places, moitflikely snow on .Iilghlanrls in Scatters' districts.': Southerly .wind predominant, shifiiu^ North Wesw'Mn North and North Easterly diBtriors, ; cloudy and variable. Squally in Western districts. Almost gen 'eml rains, North leuBt.affeeted. Conditions -htoriny. : > " 6th t0;7th.-Atmosphere sot so genial for pluming operations. Weather variable. Rain heavy in places, especially in South East distHuts, cold Westerly, or Boutb East: winds, stormy, frostb in plaoes, North' least affeoted>v3iyest !oold, snow and rain in places. .' ' - ? 8th to 9tb.--Better atmosphere for plant ing aad;s...

ROAD TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

ROAD TENDERS. . THE following tenders, which .wore opened yestorday, arc tlio lowest : .'.Contract 3, Tenterfibld to Ballina, M. Howard, £lt>77s3d. ' - . . Contract 4, Tonterfiold: to Ballina, M. Hammersly, £3-1114s. Contract 6, Dcopwiiter via Nino milo to Tent Hill, P. Sullivan, £233 6s (id. Contract 6, Deopwatur via Nino Milo to Tent Hill, P. Sullivan; £175 17h. Contract 7. Atnosliuld to Acacia Creek, R. Stack, £195 19a . . Contract 8j Amoa6o(d to Acncii Croek' E. Harraman, L167 10s. Contract 9, Tontoifiuld to Bonshaw, M. Howard, L224 17s. Contract 10,' Drice's Gates " to Wallan garra, R. Stack, L95 3s.

A Convincing Answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

A Convincing Answor. "I hobbled iuto Mr, Bluokmon's Btory one evening;"; says Wesley Neleou, of Hamilton, Ga., " airi he asked me to try Ohaniberlain'a Pain Balm for rheumatism with which 1 hud. suffered for a long time. X told hinrl had no faith in uny medicine as they all failed;He said : .-Well if Chum berlain'aPain Balm doeanot help you, you ueed nut pay for it.1 .1 took a bottle of it home aud used it nocording to the directions and iu one week I was cured, andhave not since been ftroubled with ilieumatism," Sold l\y 0. I. GivanougU A ragged and apparently poverty Btrickon old roan, wlio was arrested* in Molboumcj was found-to liayo concealed in his clothes deposit rcceiptB for L2000 uad oighb'sovoroigu8.s - - .

The Breelong Blacks. SYDNEY, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

; The Breelong Blacks. ' SYDNEY, August 10.. ! Sub-inspector Morrow has wired from' Tambar Springs that tlio Govornors wero overtaken nt 5 o'clock last ovoning at Goorajilla Greek, about eleven miles out.; Tlio blacks fired .one alint at the police, who followed thorn on foot up a scrubby . mountain, mid mtde ua unsuc cessful search. Tho murderers fired six shots from the top of the mountain, but tho police could not see them, as it urns dark. The fugitives .nro .apparently making in the dircctlun of Woolar. SYDNEY;' Satiuday. Two brothers of the Governors, the Breelong murdurers. havo been arrested an a' precautionary measuro. Other uborigin als, who show a tendency to sympathise with the murderers, will also bo lodged in gaol.. The fugitives will bo outlawed on Monday next, which will enable unyoiie to shoot them on sight. It was at ono time thought that thero was no power to ;issuo . a proclamation making the Breelong murderors outlaws, but it, has been ascertained, bo the Coloni...

FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. THIS wonderful combination of high-class artists in every lino of circus business appeared, in TenterHeld last night, having arrived- by ~ ipocial train' the previous { night, and as was anticipated, the huge1 tent waajdensely packed by a largo audi ence. The oharacter.of the performance woll-nieritod. such lutfio patronage. Tho programme, which comprised no loss than 21 itoms wos an admirable one. In addi tion to many of tho old artists, who aro .well-known in Tentertiolc!, tlio Fitzgerald Bros, brought tills timq, several ,»o\ cities, which were keenly appreciated. .Among the newcomers are the three Dunbars,' who recently .arrived from England, and their trapezo work is <omething..wonder ful. It is the Gnest over seen in Australia and must lie seen to bo appreciated. Then there is Mdllo. Rhodasia, another new arrival from Europe; whose juggling faats are-phenomenal, and are tho best ever seen hole. Itoso Aquinnk'o, tho Cubiin contortionist, gives a,...

Federal Electorates. How the Votes are Distributed. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

Federal Electorates.;. - How'the Votes are Distributed. In reuly' to a question by Mr. J. Fitipatiick.'who asked for information as to the numbers of electors in the different Federal electorates proposed by the comm ission. Sir William Lyne stated, in the LegiRlutivo Assembly on Thursday that he hud received a retirn from that body which gavo the information, baBed on tho existing rolls. - Tho commission ut the same time pointed out that these figures were not reliable, as tho hew rolls would probably alter the"numbers considerably.: Ho desired to~lay ihis/eturn^ on tho taSlo of tVjoj HrtUSev, V . ' The foljorting are the particulars re ferred to : Elcctorato.. i > Voters IT YVarrang... ./ 14.60^ , 2. Toui-uwul......... ...... 13,073 . 3. Maroylir* ..]2j217. r 1 4.#Bonra1od 14,368 . 5.?CronillIa'.14,444 0. CiUDinara ... ' 15,831; 7. lMlanaming .13,037 8, IvuranKai;.".. 12,736 . 9, Tomah 13,517 10. ('aiiibo\v:irrii ............... 1.1,1H2 11. Millcmurra 10,181 12. Wcrri«a 10,505 ...

WARDENS COURT. SATURDAY, 18th August. BEFORE Mr. Warden Fitzhar Jingo. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

"WARDENS COURT SATURDAY, 18th August. BEFORE Mr; Warden FitzharJingo. An Inquiry under (ho Gold and Mina ral Dredging Act was held by the Wardon in tho local court into application 24, lodged by R. N. Elliot for 12 acres, being an elbow of ono of tho banltB of Demon Crook, in tho pnrish Maclean, county Olive. No objections were lodgod, and no one appoiircd to objoct,. or mako any claim for diimnyo.s, so I ho Wardnn's ro ? port was favorable to the granting of the lease.

THE CHINA WAR. The Legations Safe. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

The Legations Safe. LONDON. August 16. Tlip brigade of Indi ln ttvopa a nt by Great Britinn to Shanghai lmvo reached that place, but the Chinese Viceroy, inati gated by tlie French and Russian Consuls, obieots to their landing. The Viceroys of tho various Chinese pro ; vinpCHaro Btated to lmvo advised tho Eni pross-D»wager to remain nb Puking. Latest roports from China state that tho allied troops have arrived practically at the gates of Peking., _ Mr.Brodrick. Under Secretary for for eign Affairs, stated in .. speech at Godalm lng that Great Britian< was prepared, if neceisary, to land troops nt Shanghai for tho protection p£ British life and property, and was also determined to risk every thing before allowing' British interests to go down in any part of the world. ? . A cipher message from Sir Clauds Mac donald at Peking, dated 10th instant, states that there is no change there. , LONDON, August 17. ThoyVioeroy at Shanghai is ready In welcome British troops there, but ...

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

N. S. W: PARLIAMENT." In tho. Legislative Assumbly on Thursday, on the motion of Mr. Pidding ton, it was agreed to appoint n seleot committee, consisting of Sir William Lyne, Sit Joseph Abbott, Dr Graham, aud Mossrs. A^hton.'Ijees, M'Gowen, Rich ni'dn, Kidd, Haynea, and tlio mover; to consider nud report upon the names for the elcctoratesior the House of Represen tatives in-tho Federal Parliament. 'Mr.' 6'Sullivan's motion to refer to the Public WorW Committee, for considera tion and'roport, the removal of the Globs Island abattoirs to a more suitable site in tho vicinity of' the corporation'sale-yards was amended by adding the words "or any other suitable locality," and agreed to. Tlie Legislative Assembly on Friday carried'an-amendment in the House of Representatives Electorates Bill, giving the country districts thirteen members inatoad of twelre, against tho strong op position of the Government, und tho. bill has now to be recast. In tho Legislative; Council on Thursday, Mr. Haw...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

SYDNEY, MONO AY NIGHT. '. -V-' Tin ore is quoted at 23h. A number of ...tobacconists have boon: fined fo/ koeping their promises open on Sunday for the purpoijoa of trade. LONDON. Suwnv. It is reported from New York thaV « seriuUB anti-negro' riot lms bccured in that city. Tho disturbance was causod by tho murder of apolicomau, and during tboriot ingsevenl-y negroes ireroinjured. ? TO THE DEAF.-A noli l&dy, cuied of her Dbafness uiul Noises in tho Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gava £5,000 to his'Institute, so that doaf people unable to proeuro the'Kar Drums may have them free. Address No. 377d. 'The Nicholson- Institute, Longeott, Gunn'rs bucy,London, W. Why shoul.l you buy FAULDING'g. EUCALYPTUS OlLt Becauso it is the purcst&ud most fragrant. Dialrllod .by 1<\ . H. Fuulding & Co., the oldest Manufacture. ii)R Chemists in Australia. Sydnoy-Qibca, 10 0 CoDuoll Street *

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