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LAND FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

LAND FOB SETTLEMENT. TUB following important communication concerning land for settlement purposes lms been furnished to Mr. .C. A. Las M.l*. by the Under Secretary for Lands, and handed to us by that £ontloman for publication-- . ' ' "Pepurtmcnt of Lands,' Sydney, 15th August, 1000. 'J Sir,-Referring tA previous corres pondence. respecting the land in the Parishes of Bloxsomo, Timbarra and Dickson, County of Clivo, . formerly com prised in Settlement Lease Area No. dt>9, which was revoked in viow of your ropro sentations.that part of the land should be madq available to.enable adjoining Con ditional Purchasers to extond'their hold ings and the balanco set apart for Settle ment Eoa'sb in smaller areas, I am directed to inform you that the Secretary for Lands has approved ot Iho western part of tha lttndk comprising;;ribout 8950 jacres being^set^upart for' Ciinclltioiml Pinch uno ^opCond^tional Leastf, under Section. 10 of the CtoWti Lands Act of 1895,'at 13s ,4d (thirteen' shilli...

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

LONDON, August 10. Two squadrons of Victorian Mounted troops effected tho relief of a British pat rol which was surrounded by a strong body of Boers near Mafeking. Mr. Bonnet Burlejgh, tlio war correspondent, has' YiBited Belfast, in the Transvaal, and met Goneral Botha and Commandant Viljoon. He reports that 8000 Boers are strongly posted in the hills at Botliasberg, and have Slcnfcy of artillery, but they are much omoralised, and are indulging in whole sale looting,- A Boer, forco undor Commandant GroUelaur is marching on Mafeking. Two of the ringleaders in ?' the plot recently discovered at' Pretoria wore found to lie wearing the uniforms of British officers. Colonel Huare's column, atElands River, was'still resisting tho enemy on tile 10th instant, although ' tho nlioll tire of the Boora was terrifio. General Baden-Powell, before evacuat ing Rustonburg,destroyed thefortificationa and tho Boers have now rcopcupied the place. Every effort is being made for tho relief of Colonel Ho...

THE LATEST. LONDON, August 19 [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

.'?PTOTS T, A ^gTSSj*^. : LONDON, Auguot 19 Particulars of tho capture-of Pekin. .state that tho Japanese arid Russians advanced westward into the City along, the northern aido of Totiohan canal, the British and Americans taking the southern side. All the forces entered the city #t the same time. It is officially stated that Japan.was willing, to aBsist the Emperor of Chfna; but was determined to punish flio culprits 800 French marines have landed at Shahghal under command of a. senior international officer. The Powers have agreed that their respective Admirals watch the Chinese ' -Yangste fleet, to ? prevent an. attack on th» allied transports. Tho Kaisor addressing Count Waldersee said that ho rejoiced that the Czar had approved, of his selection," which had recoived tho .confirmation..of the- world, adding that may the expedition bring a . guararitee'of mutual appreciation, so that what the Czar attempted in time of peace may bo roalised in war. The Russinn force has landed on" t...

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

Tallow in Exchange for Soap ANY TALLOW consigned to ine for SOAP IN EXCHANGE; if the rail is paid, I will deliver the Soap FREK to any Station on the Lino. WM H. EVENIS, Soap Worts. TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD. T- HE , N.S.W. Biver^v Clareiice Gold Dredging Company liuvite TENDERS for. CUTTING and DELIVERING TWO HUNDRED CORDS I>F FIREWOOD hi their Dredge/ Paddy'a-;Flut. fir Fall particulars cab be obtained from tin; undersigned, and tenders^ addressed to hiiii, ? must bo sent' in not later1 than SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IBT. " J. A. DOHSON, MANAGER. i Paddy's FUt, via Drake, ( I August lOtli, 1800." Pastures and Stock Pro tection Act. Sheep. District of Tenterfleld. "VTOTICE is hereby given for JPublio ll Infbrmation, that owing tt the state of the funda, the Board reluctantly notify that NO SCALPS will be- received at .the various vRecciving' Stations AFTER 'the FIRST* SATURDAY : in SEPTEMBER NEXT, until further notice. By Order of the Board, - lit J. ST. CLAIR. . Rboretatiy. ; TenteiBold, ...

Danger of Colds and La Grippe. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

. Dongor ot Colds and La Grlppo. ®>Thu Greatest danger fmra colds and la gjippu is their reacting in pneumonia. If rrusuuahle euro in used, however, ancl Chamnerluin'a CuUgh Remedy taken, all danger will bo r.voiiled. Anion? the tens of thousands who "have'used this remedy for thebe diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having rettiltcd in pnenmonit, which allows conclusively that it is a certain preventive ot that dangerous malady. It will euro ii euld or an attack of lagrfppe in less time tlmn any other treatment. It ia pleasant and safo to take. ? For salo by C. I. Cavauough. Australia's warm and lovuly clime Is not without its sudden changes' Mora noticed in the winter time When hail and snnw fall on tho ranges. The wind blows hard and biting cold, And finds uur weakest parts for sure, And gives us coughs until we're told To take somo Woods' Great Peppermint Ciiro.

A Fatal Conflagration. SEVEN LIVES LOST. SACRIFICE OF A MOTHER. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

A Fatal Conflagration. SEVEN LIVES LOST.       SACRIFICE OF A MOTHER. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT.   A WEATHERBOARD cottage occupied by thirteen persons was destroyed by fire at   Ballarat on Sunday morning, seven lives being lost. The bodies presented a ter- rible sight, being charred beyond recogni- tion. The list of killed comprised : Mrs. Algie, aged 26; Bernie Algie, aged/ 2, Doris Algie, aged 11 months; Thomas Jenkins, aged 24 ; Cordelia Jenkins, 11;   and Linda Jenkins 21. All the others had a narrow escape. Mrs. Algie could have escaped but sacrificed her life for her children.    

A Fatal Impulse. WOMAN DASHED TO PIECES. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 21 August 1900

A Fatal Impulse. WOMAN DASHED TO PIECES. ; ? SYDNEY, MONDAY. . A woman named MayKendrick, widow .-: of the Into Dr. Kendrickf ftung herself over' the cliffs at Coogoo yesterJay afteonoon, and was dashed to pieces. .Tho decoased was iu company with a goqtleman namod AdnniRon, and at tho time was gazing over tho cliffy. Without a momoat's wamiog eho throw hor parasol aside and took the fatal leap. It is understood that tho death of her husband preyed on hermind. MONDAY NIGHT. AIR inquest was held on the body to*day at Cooguo, when tho uvidonce6howed that thddeoeased had been ah inmato of Callan Park Asylum for two years. . A verdict of 'suicide was returned.

Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 1000. Meteorologist ond Astronomer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers and Gardeners. For "the Month of August 1000. : Bv OBONZO PHESA. Meteorologist ond Astronomer.. 1st to 5th.-Atmnaphcro good for planting and towing. Weather, heavy rain in places, roost likely, snow nn highlands in Scuthcra districts. . Southerly wind predominant, shifting North Wei.. In North and North Easterly districts, cloudy and variable. Serially in Western districts.. Almostgen.' era!, rains, North laust affectWi. Conditions fctnriny. ' 61 h in 7j.li.-Atmosphere not so genial for; pldiirtiv^ operations. ? Weathtfr variable.; Kaln hi'iivy in places, especially in Eolith East districts, cold Westerly, or South Eaaf' winds, stormy, frostb in places. North; least affected,-West cold, snow and rain in places.;..: - ? 8thto 9th.-Better atmosphere far plant ing and,sowing, do not manure.. . Weather the Bome ; strong winds in places from same quarters. , < IQtli.-Atmosphere unfavourable for aow iing and plimring. Weather unchanged. ?! "...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

If you want.. Gqo.d Steel CutSery ? lend Post Card with your address to W. Jno. Baker, £HH2Et 3 Hunter-street, Sydney, ©- for his Illustrated Catalogue. THE * JHISTORY ? it » Ie oloscly connected with the history of the intellectual and material progress daring the past century.» Its successivo impriuts bear «latca ranging from 1771 down to the present (second) '1898 Reprint Through>«ll its changes the ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITAkNICA has occupied a position of peculiar authority, German and French works of general refer*, enjc arc, in their rreunotivc countries, the Buhjcot of constant-discussion and contro* vers/, bnt tlio impartiality and sincerity, the Bcholarsh-'p and prroislon, of the 11 Britan nic*" arfi.un^ufestioDed. Tho whole body of human know^dgo has changed filnca the " first edition of the "Britannica" appeared in 1771» ami the enlargement and rovUions of the .work liavo kept pace with the march of learning. Bat the fine sense of rcuponsi* bility uhicBi animated a "Society ...

A TENTERFEILD LADY. Offers some valuable advice—every reader interested. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

A TENTEKFEELD LADY. . Offers somo valuable advice-ovory reader interested. Perhaps tho tender is a "Doubting Thornss for TouterGold is full of thorn. Doubt, as. 4 rule,' leads to investigation, . sod, as " Doubting Thomas " will not accent AS facts a long statement giving particulars of somo incrcdible cure on the other side of the continent, he is asked to investigate the following testimony of a local citizen : .. . ... , r: Mrs.'J. Donnellan, High Stroofc, of this town, says :-" I used Doan'i Back ache Kidney Pills for a terriblo.pain in the back which troubled me some months ago. It was so bad that it prqrcnted me from doing my .work. I was also in a debilitated otato. It is a terriblo thin)? to have anything wrong with tho back as its upsets the whole" system.' I could scarcely stoop. /1 saw - Doan's Backache Kidney Pills: advertised and 'procured some atrCavanough's Pharmacy. After the third doso I began to improved At last I-waa "complotely curod. I have not taken any of the ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

?W JicnWi'rKN' E-,l" Government 1,11 J-^pert. will cive a Publla NEXT a-,i'" HtUNlNO uh' MONDAY : ; , J. TKLFORl)/ ' Hon. See. Tc'uterfit'IU Biaiioh F. and iJ. * AasptiUmti. . TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD THn n Biver CJ^rn.co Hold » Compnny iiivife TENDERS' UTTv9^,TTINr" ttn'' DELIVERING TWO HUNDBIjU CORDS i.P FIREWOOD at thoir-Dredge, Paddy'a Flat. ?i,fT Full particulars can be obtained from the umlorsigned, and tonder», addressed to J. &. DOBSON, Mahagbb. Paddy's Flat, via Drake, August 16th, 1800. Department ofWork*, N.S.W, Roada Office, Teuterfield, 22ntl Augnat, 1900. TENDERS addressed to the Cleii of Ictty bdftftinn8 nt TKNTfiRFsi'M and endorsed " Tender for Road V/ST' willh? recowed up t" 2 p.m. on FRlfbv thoi^h day of SEPTEMBER, laJPfol wor a oo the follonjirg Roada . - ' tfcNTRACT No. 11--190D- 1, Atnosfluh to, Acacia Creek. Specification's may In Ct nm TOUirt ^°.UA0' TB"«erfieH. an? Orepk. .n'nI1 ant* Acacia , W. F. EVERETT^ Roati Superintendent.** Military Parade. A Day P...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

. LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHX. . ' Wheat, 2al0d . Flour, LG5»toLG10s \ Chickwheut, 2fl 3d U> 2a 5d ' Chuff, L210s to-L3 10s . . . Potfttoos L2 to L3 . ; ; ; - . .Muizo, 2h Dd to 2a.7d.-« Oats, 2b 2d.to 2a4d . \vs Lticorne; L210ato L0.. . . : - , Butter, crcamoryy.lOj ; .factory,-.,10J ; d»iry, 8Jd. -

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

..... Brief Mention. SAND; Hill Hotel for privato sale.' . ..> SERQEA.<X MAJOR M'ALISTER invalided home. " FIVK Mingolians arrested on Wednesday evening on alleged oharge of evading tho pjll-tux. " ? v .. . Fuuday military parade on Wednesday next.: ' Annual meeting of Mounted Riflo Club'at night.; v >",BOJB Fitzsimmons has boon matched to fight Sharkey at Coney Island on August .241:" The stakes will bo' LlOOCr ? Mr, W. G. Gorman, manager (if. the. Briiliint "block mine at Charters Towori (Q) on Monday fell down a ohaftUOO ' fqet deep'arid was dashed to death. . . . '."AT.' Brookong station on Tuesday ICO shearcrs'refused to Btart work at, 18s per 100, . their demand, for 20a boing stoutly refused by thp maiiiVger. THE ftlitiister for,Works has instructed country road inspectors to spend 60 per cont of their grants to give employment to tho.local unemployed.. - ' A HOUSE attached to a cart the property of Mr. J.'Barnard, took it into his head to take a run " on his...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. LOGAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

THE; TEN.TERFIEI D " .' Jnfci?ir ol am ill Cmuier . ,,y :? ? AND ;/.y P^jrfield"& Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. LOGAI/^NEW S« , HELD.t^VER:--Lot tor frbm 1 'Ratepayer" re lighting, and other interesting items.' REGISTRATION OF DENTISTS.-A bill ' providing f»r the registration of dentists waB paBsed' through coniraitteo in tho Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night. O'JE'NEIV DISTRICT SURVEYOR.-lAr; T. AV. Connolly, recently appointed Dis trict Surveyor at Armidalb, in succession to. the late Mr. "D.. M. Maithnd, arrived at the latter end of last week, and com menccd dutios on Saturday nurning. PROPERTY SALE.-Mr. W. J. Gibson reports : having,sold tho farm of Mr. J. Dw'yor.vtomprisiiiR 885 acres, together with 760 shur.p to Messrs. G' & H. Telfer at a satisfactory price. ANGLICAN.-Owing to the absence of the Rev. H. G. Smith in Sydney, at the Jubileo commemoration of the Australian 'Board of Mission*, there will be no service ID the Church of England on Sunda...

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

SYDNEY, :. TnimsDAir Niairr.r. ' Tin oroia quoted at 23a. . At the Glotio this morning, a hairdresser named Walter \Voblmy threatened to kill his wife lind then do for himself. Tho woman gave information to tho police, who on arrival nt tho house, found Weblm -hanging by tho neck from n bedpost. Tho body was immediately cut down, but there are no hopes of his recovory. - ?????. During liist night or early this morning the railway stores at Guilford and .Cnulay Viile were, broken into and rnb'ied, a -quantity of tickets, parcels, stamps, and oash wero taken. The Premier to-day promised a deputa tion to consider the question of intro ducing a bill. to amend the law of libel without delay. -

What to do in case of Emergency. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

Wliat .to ij? in Oaso of Emergen©/. - What would you do if taken with colic or tholera murbus when .vour phyeiciaa is %vvay irom borne and the drug stores are olnsudt/'Attn*jiue such emergency. yon Mill ulwryn "koRp Chqmliarlnin'c ' Cnlit'. Oliolern. and Diarrhoea Ktmcdy m your homo \ bul why wait unti the hor<*o js siolcu before you lock iho atable ? Tor- 8» lc ly C. I C&vtuiougb. - *« -v . . t:

More Casualties. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

More Casualties. - ; . SYDNEY,--THURSDAY -N^GINVT " / \ ^ '-THB.Prcmiop"-.li*rf'receirod n cabler from?. Capetown announcing the following oaso-' alitius limong thu N. S. Wulcs troops Troopcra Btida, Kilgour, 1 nnd Giles, BBvevely wounded ; Lutlior, Quintal, and'. WntBon slightly wounded.

EVADING THE POLL TAX. Five Mongolians Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

EVADING THE POLL TAX.' - Fivo Mongolians Arrested. ()s Wednesday ovcnint; ln«t on nrrival of the mail train, from Wallangarra, Senior Sergoant Hicks, axsiated Tiy Mounted Constable Brown, n.rrestcd fivo Chinamen, Who uoreuibout to take their passage for the south, nn an alleged charge of crossing tho border from Queensland into New South Wales without "paying the prill tax. Notwithstanding tlie pleas of " John " to tho effect that they hud come from Wiley Creek," they were duly lodged - in tho lock-up, and on being brought up at the.Police Court yesterday, were remanded until Monday next. Wo understand that one " almond-eyed" gontleman in sceMg tho police frntornisi jg with his brethren dropped his swag, and taking to his heels succeeded in waking1 good his escape. Two others iro also reported;to have escaped...; '

Yesterday's Homebush SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

Yesterday's Homebush SYDNEY, TUUHSDAY NIGHT. Meshrs. Pitt Son unit Bac^ery report a» follows:- . . - <\ 890 cattle woro.yarded,~the market being : nightly better, beat lieef realising 24B per lOOlbs. Bullocks L6 to Lll 7B; COWS L4, ,103 to L7 13s. . About 23,730 sheep wero penned,' values being weaker. Wethara, 10s 0d to 173; ewes, 10s to 14s. At tho abovo sales on Mondai, the oxecutor'a of tho lute H. Barnes sold 178 cowa up to £8 i5s, averaging £510s7d. .

CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. THE following iettera havo been forwarded to us for publication by Mr 0. A.-IjoeV M.P. - '-v- ? Department of Lands, . 17tli Aug-JBt, 1900. Sin,-With reforencoito your personal ropresentations'ns to I he statu of tlio work in the Tentertieldv district, I have the honor toforivard^ierewitli for your infor mation copj^f^cpo'rl;rebeived from Mr Acting1 DBfrict'Siivv'syor Hogarth on the subject of:.the'' Belays! cdniplsiiied of by yuu, ind to inform you tliot.Mr Conolly, - wlio.lias heen'ftppoitrted to the position of. District Surveyor, niis'asked'before leav ing for-ArmiduIe, to give special attention to mutters in the Teniorheld district.-I have the honor to he, Sir, your obedient servant, * .. .. .. " . . 1 H. CURRY, ^ , Under-Secretary. - Ariuidale, 13th August 1000. " Sir,- In reply to your letter of the 10th instant regarding llio ctnto of work in the Tenterfiula; Land District, I have the honor to inform'you that thero.are at present only "tv/o Tentci field Misce...

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