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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

Railway Time Table..,' The mail train for Sydney, leaves Tdnter-: field' at 7-10, p.m. . daily i oapted, and for . Brisbane.. ii; daily, Sundays oifopted ' The Goods Train leaves TenierflcH for Sydney , every Tuesday, Thursday, '-and . aturd'ay mornings at.-G a.m., and v-im*. ives from Sydney evory- Hondny.-.Wedw' aesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45 p.m:.' - The fares between. Sydney aud.Tenter, field, and Tenteifiold and Brisbane arc as follow: TEHTOnrlELD TO SiDM!\ lst< lass, Single .£110 2nd C)ass,Singlo 2 10 0 Seturn Tickets, availablefor ' ' Two Months. 1st Class J£5 12 C , 2nd ClaBS > 3 10 0 1 Walunqaiiiia o Bmsbanh ; . lot CIttaa, Sinr1 o . Ji 11D7''. 2nd Claaa, Single IBS 1st Clnas, Eotura ... ? ... : 2'10 " 5_ - .. . 2nd Clasa, Eeturn <... ; 1.5l8,w2<":v

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

Post Office Time Table, MAILS CUOSli FQU '.V Wilsons' Downfall; :.Sn)d;:^ ,, Tuesday and 35!ri>lfl^.Vjt.0:-36'"p;iWi.; -'i;] Kydnor, Glen Intips AfmiiialoivJlii'itljindW .anil 'Newcastle, 6a5' p?;'(S»'t-nW!ays! excepted. . , .. Tulmlan^ Casino, r,r3moro/ rtnd r!l('limnBrI - Riyo?--.Daily,; oxccpt Sunday r:"atil2 noon'; leave at 12'3Qp.>n, ' ? "^rimbatra.^nhd StoinbrooIi-Triesd.-iy \ rhuj* Friday,at:9 30p,ui.' ,Laave';-\yqdi!!)8-; . day and Saturday nt 6 ' * . Drake, Sandy Ifiil.hnd IJoa.'i^rvine J v Daily atl2-hoon. ' Ij^ave nt l-i^lOp-m. BonBhaw-Monday, and FvWnyV .at nsO ?. . p.m. leaTO '/raOBday .nad S;ttiir<lay at 5 a.m. , - -i ? Hryan'a GapT^Tuesflny and M a.m. ' ?* ('» WallanKartatind'Qaeensland'-Vjaijy'jni; 10 80 a.m; (Sunday excepted:^,.?!' luua Ar.mrv n:ou7 Sydney//GlenItTnea,'y.~Arrnidalo.;5V'i:5f ?? .Maitland.'atid/KowcartleT^Pnily'toii' ccpt Sundays) at ll-oO a.m. ^j5 Boonoo Boonoo, andTyilaon'sj CDnwafaijiS . Thursday aiid Sunday! at 5;"0';J u]. ;'v .. ...

Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY NEXT, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

' Religious. Memoranda tV.-' * "FOR SUNDAY XEXT, JANUARY 23. '../V'^CHBDCli OF Enoisnd.-Tcnterfield 7.80 a.m. (n c) 11 ' a,m."and 7.30 p.m. Barney Downs 3. By the \ ,' Rer. H, 0. Smith. « ->;*W«aiBTAK CHURCH.-Tenterfleld, ll a.to. and 7*30 I P*01* ^#r* Johnstono (Glen Intics). The I .. ,-l;v''/v80rub at 3 p.m. Mr. J. II. Roper. Anniversary i Monday Evemr.sf 7*30 p.m. j ^/PftMBTTKBiAN CHURCH.-Tentcrfleld 11 a.m. and ! Or.\^.:.7.80 p.mibv the Rtv. Dill-Macky ...;' 'BOKAK CATHOLIC CnuRCH.-Mnsa at 8.30a.m. . and li | Benediction at 7.80 by tho Rev, Father ^ tT* pprcoran. ' 4 " -DRAKE RERVICKS. ' ^vWmsrAKCnyitcii.--7.30p.in. (Supply).

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

Solicitors. 'XOESG--A-X*. J. F. Solicitor, Arbitrator^ &o" Rousc-strcot, - Toatcrfloid.: A COMMISSIONER for;AFFIJUVITi}^ for N. 8. Wales, Queensland^-unil, other colonies. - ' tax. Local Representative, of ,thc;Nonvicli: Union JTiro Insuranc(TTSooioty,j!?,\nd itlie, National Mutual Life Asssciatiou^'bf Ana-!' ttaUsia, Limitc-d. -c Trust Money to Lend on Approvcil Security. r * P. P. ABBOTT, - Solicitor, - Glen Innes.' w ILL VISIT'^TENTERFIELT) atleucl Court when required;-;-., Iiegal:" - C. Wood Readetfc,' Solicitor, Proctor,-^ Conveyancer, &c, f HAS r-commenced, :,.Praelioo .'?iiiy,Tentci fieldi'MXt dooritoMr.,-. Ji-Fbldiug's' Storo ( . UoDoy to Loml on approved. Hecarily Trespass Notice IN consequonco of 'losses in . eheopfroui -.?porting. and othocdogs porsons-nro prohibited from entering tho 'louterfiold Station paddocks. Trospnssors after this notice! will to proceodod ngninst. Any permits previously given aro. horuby can collod I W H WALKER Teniorfield Station,...

AMATEUR ART SOCIETY EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 26 January 1900

AMATEUR ART SOCIETY EXHIBITION. THE eighth annual exhibition of the above Society was opened yesterday afternoon in the presence of a fair assemblage. OPENING CEREMONY. The opening ceremony was performed by Mr J. Rivers, of the National Art   Gallery, Brisbane, and one of the Judges at the present exhibition. In the course   of his remarks, Mr. Rivers said that he was pleased at being asked to declare the exhibition open, which was distinctly creditable to the exhibitors and manage- ment alike. Every one, besides the exhi- bitors, should do what they could to help on the Society, which was worthy of en- couragement. It was nice to have the home surrounded by pretty things, and art was a pleasant occupation for those who pursued it. It developed the powers   of observation and life was made more interesting when those powers were de- veloped. He would like to say that a casual observer might be astonished at some of the awards. This was due to &...

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

!-TELEGRAM$. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. 28,075 sheep wrro penned, values being eisio'r. VVotherB, 8s to 14s j owes, 7s Cd to lis. About834 cattle woro ynrdod, the market being strong. Bust beof worth 21s per lOOibs. Bullocks, L3 to L9; cows, L3 to E7.

War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

War Notes. Tlio Postmaster-General at Pretoria lms cabled to Mr. Crbk that all communication with that placo has been stopped. The Bushmen's Contingent leave for South A fried the lust woek in February. Tho Promior says the Govorment cannot bind itself tu a heavy subsidy, in connec tion with tho despatch of this corps. Ho considers tho public should subscribe nearly tho wholn of the amount necessary, otherwise tho movoinontwill be deprived of its purely voluntary and privato charac ter. Ho thinks tho most tho Government could be oxpected to grant would bo £5000 or £6000. Tho Premier has received a cable from Mr. Chamberlain announcing that the Imperial authorities would pay tlio coat of transport cf the Bushmens Coniingont to South Africa. It is estimated that during the past few months, £40,000 worth of war supplies havo boon sunt from N.S.YV. to South Africa, nearly all of which has.been ship, pud under the provision of a Board of Ex perts. .. Tho Victorian Government has ro solve...

TRANSVALL WAR The Spion Kop Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

The Spion Kop Battle. Goneral Bullor, in a despatch cvblod to tho War'Office, statesthat uj> to Thursday laat Gonoral Warren's position was'por fectly -tenable, though »further advanctf was rendered difficult owing to the natural strength of the onemy's positions; which stretched from Acton Hoimos to Spioukop to tho Tugela River. Gonoral Warren' found himself unablo to secure an effective' position owing to tho steepness of tho southorn slopes of tho liills und the.diffi-. culty of securing a sufficient water supply and ho accordingly decided to Beizo Spion ltoj), which appoarcd to b'o tho key of the enemy's position. Spioh kop was seized on Tuesday night, and tho crest of tho hill was hold throughout Wednesday with great gallantry by tho Second Camoron lann, the 3rd King's Royal Rifles, tho 2nd Lancasshiro Fusiliers, tho 2nd Middlesex, and Thorncroft'a Mounted Rifles, the troops magnificiently maintainingtho best traditions of tho ariny throughout what proyed to bo a must trying...

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. N. S. Wales v. Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. . N. S. Wales v. Victoria. New Soytli Wales dofeated Victoria by 111 runs." Now South'Wales in their first inuings mudo271and Victoria.309. Sub joined aro tho scores in the Hecond imtinss: : N. S. WALES.?-Sosond Innings. .feye, o Trumblo,bvSaundors....-,: 0 Eolly, b Trumblo -: :...: .;. .... 12 "Donnan, c Grahoni.b Saunders . ... ' 10 Trumper, 1)Trumblo... ... 41 Iredale, o Worrall, b Saunders. ... 54 IGrogory,. b iftver ;.. . ...- . ... 14 Noblo, st. Ross, b Warno ... ... 155 Duff,.bLavor .... ... . ...' 78 HopltinRj.b .Wm'ne .... 7 Howoll, e Stuckey, b Trumblo . ; ... - 22 M'Beth,.not out .... .... ... 0" .Sundries ... .... 10 Total r ... 412 "yicrfottiA.r^Second Innings. Worrall, b Noble' -? '... ? : _ Trumble, o Rl'Beth, b Noble...1 ?. :\.i K 15 Graham, cand b Noblo \ . '83 Laver, c Eolly, b Noblo v . .8 Stuckey, b Noblo, --... .' -v... 53 Wiirne, bNoblo . 11 M'Michael, b Hopkins i .v; 33 M'Alister, cand bHopkius... -20 Aimstrong, bPyo ... - ... '... 45 Sa...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

Brief Mention. ? 1'ICKIO Riicos Wednesduy noxt. NOMINATION Day, Tuesday. Coni'ESTin,North and West Wards. Mu. J. BARN'ARO will open 111 the Boo i hivo Stores to-morrow. i HOOAN'S MinBtrol troupo to-morrow | niyhl. Big parade at noon. WHILE ui^nt Italnna woio ciosjiug the I Thompson River at Walhalla, Viotorin, i in a dilapidated punt, tho craft suddonly [ sank, six of tho occupants being drowned. \

THE LATEST. LONDON, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

?dpssrxa Xa^-TBiST. - LONDON, Jnnunry 31. On Monday .General Bullor.rcad a mes sage from tlio Qucon to Goneral Warren's forces, expressing hor admiration of tho troop's conduct. Gowsral Bullor informed his men that notwithstanding tho retirement from Spion Kop, the key of tlio road to Lady smith liad been gained, and ho hoped to reach there within a weok. ' Two transports conveying thq artillory and cavalry to Durban have boon recalled by Lord Roberts to Capetown. General Kenny's headquarters are now at Rosemead Junction, 20 miles south of Naauport. Additional particulars received of the battle show that the British lines thrice advdncod with magnificent courage, and wore threo times compelled to retiro.. Tho British Infantry endured for two hours tho heaviest shelling of tho cam paign, and woro rakod on every side by n terrific Boer fire of artillory. ?For a long time they woro unable to locate tho enemy's guns, which they even tually did, silencing a number of tho Boer Gold pieces...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, . SYDNEY, THURSDAY >liaHT. >Vhoat, 2s 8d to 2s 8&d ; - , Flour, L6 10s to L7 Cluckwheat, 2s 2Ad to 2s 3Jd Oliaff, L3,to L3 5s , Potatoes LI 10s to Li 15s . Oatun Hay, L3 10s to IA 10s Maize, prima, 2s 6d to 2s 7d Oats, 2s 5d to 2s 6d Lucerno, L2 5s to L2 16s Butter-5$d to 9Jd

COMMONER'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

COMMONER'S MEETING.' A MKETlNd'of Commoners was held afc tlio Town Hall on Monday night, thoChairman (Aid. E. H. Juorgens) presiding. Only tho Aldermen wero prosent in nddition to tho ofKciula. Tho Secretary's report and balanco shoot woro submitted and alter boing read adopted. The report showed that during the year 1899, 21 persona had been registered as Commoners. Tho avorago number of stock depasturing on the eastern sido was 72 horses Mid 852 cattlo ; on tho western sido, 12 horsos and 68 cattlo. The total foes cullected dur ifig-tho year amounted to £5812s7d, being, £10 12s lOd loss than tho previous year, but this was owing to persons having to removq their stock owing to scarcity of. grass. Owing to Walker Trustoea own ing 360 acres of uiifenced land adjoining the Western Common, they were allowed to depasture 30 head of cattlo free of charge, but they have now decided to orect a fence. After this is done, the re port- urged that tho whole of the Common bo fenced-a distance ...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

AT-Ht TENTERFiEl D fntcrrciwuial fcum ? "v AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. THE Municipal nominations have closod, and the same old lack of interest pervades the Municipal atmosphere. Two retiring Aldermen ire unopposed, thus leaving a contest for tlio extraordinary vacancy in the West Ward, whilo retiring Alderman Kelly is boing opposed by Mr. Under wood for the North Want. This means :that there will at least bo ono vacancy to fill in the Council by tho agoncy of new blood. "Very little, in an ordinary sense, enn bo said derogatory to tho eflorta of our Aldermen during tho past twolvo months. They have, according to : pre .viousexamples, carried out their duties in the old stereotyped way by attending meetings as regularly as it is possible! for local_ Government representatives tc do. But it is imperative, owing to retirements, that new men must bo forthcoming, and in. j>rder to obtain this element there should be'a contest to let the chosen kno...

OBITUARY. Death of Mrs. T. Curley. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

OBITUARY. ? Death of Mrs. T. Ourley. ^ BEEP regret was felt, by the many friends *>f Mrs. Thomas Ourloy in Tenter fluid oti Tuesday, when the news of her. : death at the residence of her stepdaughter' (Mrs. Kickham), Armidale, that morning was recoived. For many months past ;the-; deceased.'lndy had been' suffering from a sorious internal complaint, and after, being under the care of skilled medical men in Sydney, she was taken to Arinidalo, with the hope thnt the climate would have a beneficial influonco on her weakened state. Such, however, was not tho case, and alio passed away as stated in her 67th year, surrounded by a number of members of her family and re latives. Tho Into Mrs. Ourloy was twice munied", her first husband being Mr. Donoghuo, by whom she had four sons Messrs. John, Patrick, Chris and Michael, the two formor being residents of this town-In her second mnmngo she hud two childron-Messrs. James and Joseph Curlcy, now resident of Gunuedah, to which place Mr. Ourl...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

IMPOUNDED from Perinanonfc Com "caon on 24TH JANUAQY, 1800, by ordor of Trustees. Chestnut Mare, ye., near shoulder, 3 near rump, IMD oyer I oil shoulder,' slight, silver mane and tail, nged.v If not roleneed will lie sold at the Found nt noon on THURSDAY, February 22nd, 1000. A, MANSFIELD,' : Poundkoeper, : . Tenders Wanted. WANTED TENDERS; for CARTING MACHINERY: from Rivertreo to Tontoi'fiald, or from Rivertreo: to; Drake; For particulars apply, to .: - EDGAR HALL. ' Xonterflold. To the Ratepayers of South Ward. T A'|>IKS and GENTLEM15N.-My term JU (if olfiun «s ono nf your representatives will Vxpirimn tho 20th instant, nnil I liuvo tliB honor Instate thnt it is my intention to "seek rc-'-lectir-n, and if (mv actions in con jC'i'm willt Municipnl'mMtcw huvo iicen cli in unrrnnt ynnr continued uonfi ileucu *iul mi-port, and should you again .- f ct mn. T nhaU do alljin my powsr to ad .vailcc ihu interest of tho South Ward and M unicipality generally. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen,...

CRICKET. Associations Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

CRICKET. - ASBO oiatiomSIatche s. ? To-moriiow two matches in connection with tho abovo series will.bo'tiomriioncedj between tho Tentertield and Sunnysido Clubs and tho West End and Christ "Church Clubs, on tho Queen's Park nnd Show Ground respectively. Tho following will .comprise tho respective teams: V .WoHt End-Messrs H. Dickson, W. . '.?Smith, 0. Dickson,!'. SmithK. Leo, B; - Werner, W. Cornoy, J. Smith G. Peberdy, B. Baker, and Coaldrako. . Christ Church-Messrs. G. W. Bontley, F. P. Tompson, W. F. Everett, Wyman, v. vM. -H. arid B. Fitzhardingo, L. Bakor, J. FJynn, O. Scott, J. Westbury, A. E. Carter. Tenterfiold-Rev. B. Lane, Pike,..Reilley, E. W. Whereat, Kraho, . . Weigall, Stewart,'Baldey, Keif, T. King. . - Stanthorpe will play Tenterfiold at the . latter place to-momw week. .!

The Warwick Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

T-he Warwick Show, THE annual Warwick carnival was opened ou Wednesday by tho Lieutenant Gover nor, in the presence of a large attehdancp. Included in tho visitors was Mr. 0. A. Lee, M.P., who inado an important speech according' to the Brisbane Courier. Thowholo of tho sections were particularly well represented, the' blood stock being the finest seen for years on the grounds. In this class the veteran, Archie, again pulled off the Champion prizfe.. The wheat and barley excited universal ad niiratiou, wliilo the vegetable, were of re markably fino growth. The prize lor tho boat hunter'fell to Morgan s Napoleun, Bully Becorid, and in the high jump these pair divided the stakoB, both clearing 5ft. (Sin.

AMATEUR ART SOCIETY. The Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

AMATEUEr'ART 'SOCIETY. . Ths Exhibition. - WE fool satisfied that the Indies connected with the management (if tho Into annual oxhibilion of tho abovo Society fool fully recompensed for thoir expenditure of time and lubour in tho ndvnncemont of Art in TontorBeld. True, tho School of Arts in not altogothor adapted for n perfect dis plny of exhibits ; nnverthuless tho pictures woro hung in such n manner tlmt no grout inconvenience was occasioned in making a close scrutiny of their respective merits. Cramping,. .to a small extent, was un avoidable, by reason of tho exhibits being too numerous for tho limited space at dis posal. Generally speaking, tho exhibits -wore well up to tho standard of former years, but there is still room for improve ment in many ways, if wo are to make tho' institution the success i't should bo. Thero is no doubt the Society, sinco its inception, has dono much to cultivate tho tasto for Ai t in this district; and.wo hopo that tho experience gained from tho pre...

DISASTROUS BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

niSASTROUS BUSH HUES. ?THE worst bush fires known in tho dis trict for. fifty years aro reported from Warrnambool. The fires sprung up on Saturday, and continued all day Sunday, and finally burnt themselves out on Mon day, owing to tho wind changing and rain falling. IJunkeld and Mortlnko \vero a mass of blackness, and properties in tho vicinity of Carumut, Woolsthorpa, Win slow, . Ballangoich, Ellorslie, Hexham, and. YVoorudoo havo practically disap peared. The first Ere broke out at Dun keld, and it was not long in junctioning with other files, which, starting at Hex ham and Ellorslio, rushed forward with amazing speed, sweeping - everything be fore thom. The atrotoh of country ovor which tho flames Bwept is forty miles long and thirty miles wide. Ono million acres of grass, six woolshcds, 20,000 sheep, and 100 cattle, besides horses and out buildings, havo gone down during tlioso two anxious days. Haystacks were swal lowed up greedily. The full extent of tho damngo iB estimated a...

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