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Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE JOB / Wilsons'.'Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, ?&lt; . Tuesday aiid Friday, at 9'80 p.m. . v GIod Innea Armidnlc, Maitlfttid, uufl Newcastle, 6*15. p. m.j(8atordays . - . ipted. . ' . -. iitnrCanino, Lismoro, ana Biebmond .iiver-Daily, except. Stinday,'at 12 noon; leave at 12-80p.m, T' ibatrn, and Steinbrooli-Tuesday and Friday, at 0:80. p.m. Leave Wodnoa ,""' J3Ay and Saturday al-6 a.tn. ?OraVit, Sandy Hill, and *Bossitarville ' : Doily at 12 noon. Leave nt 32'30p.m. Btfashaw-Monday and Friday, at 9'80 Leave "Tuesday Vha-BSturdaj at 5 a.m. , - Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11145 o.RO. ? T 1 Wallangarra and Queensland daily at . lO'SO a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAItS ABBITE r«0!I ; Sydney, Glen Innes, Arraidale, Woat Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ox cept Snndays) at 11 50 a.m. ' Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5*30 p.m, Drake, and Sandy .Hill-Daily (excopt '; Satnrdays) at 5'45 p.m. .'Tabulnm, Casino, and Bichm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD. USE? CALVERT'S A FHAGnANT . . f, LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, T&o mo«t offootlvo preparation ror ridding tto month o*. the ?roam at. tobacco, and loftvtnrt; a plonsimt.taste. u84, i. M., and 114. 7*. Cdt, lattla ra£*i), at C\mUUand Stera, t ( F. C. CALVERT-& CO, MAHCHESTEH. . 7t Oold A Silver iltdaU andlHplowu. O* Solloltors."v J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator T' & c., Rouso-streot, - ToatorfloH. . DURING my temporary absenoe In South Africa my affairs wilt be car ried on and my buBiness managed by Mr. H. W. Weigafl, Solicitor, (Jommissioucr tu . ffltUviU &o. Trust Honoy to Load on Approved Boourity. , P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Jnnes. XKTlLh VISIT TENTERFIELB "and attend Court when required. .' ... X>egal. - ' '' C. Wood Keadett, Solicitor, Proctor, .» Conveyancer, /' ?: &C., - TTA8 commenced 'Practice in TenSet XX ' field, next door to Mr. J.' Fialdlng'o gtore. '? Mohoy to. Lend on approved Seourity. -: T...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
Railway Time Table..., : ~ ThO mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter r.'fleMfci1^^.10^"pviW*raUlyipSatrr^;7B ;ai-' capicci, and for Brisbane, a. Ii'30 o.m. daily, Sundays excepted. The Goods Train leaveB Tonterflol 1 for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and atnrday mornings at 6 a.m., and or ivep from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follpw s- - Teotkefield io SYDNEY, lstOasi, Single ... ... JfH 1 0 2nd Clan, Single' . 2 10 0 : Eetar'j Tiokets, available for 1 ; Two Months.' ! 'V'-" let Clati!; ... ... jB5 12 6 ' 2nd Clai s ... ... 3 10 0 - ' . - WAWAHOABui O BbISBANB. 1st Clas i, Single ... ... £119 2nd Clais, Single ..., ... 1' . 6 ': y 1st Claai, Botarn ... ... '2 19 2nd Class, Betnirh ... 1 18' 2
TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
/ LONDON, -August 19.'./: The members of "tho. British . army , unanimously approve tho terms of a pro clamation issued byLorcf Roberts regard ing Hie treatment of Boer oath-breakers.'' They maintain thai nheroas leniency, is U6t'' appreciated by the enemy, it-is used by them asa cloak to further cov erj resistance. Also they have now n6" mearis.of"distiffi, gaishing combatants from non-conibatants. Tlio oath-breakers will hereafter be pun ished by death, imprisonmoht, or line, according to the gravity of the offence ; all burghers in occupied districts, unless they, have sworn tho'oStli of'noutrality,: wjlVbo regarded as prisoners of.war and;transport-,, ed; and any building fbund to.lyj^uBea. for the purpose of harboring Boer-scouts will bo raxed to the ground. : . Liout.-General Baden-Powoll is'now in occupation of Commando Nek. Commandant Do Wot-,it transpires,aBked for a truce, obviously, with a view to sur render of his force, bub,;tho (Jovico .was: only a trick to glean infor...
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Woudesday- . ! .. * Wo mora plague, jjitienfca'havo, been released from guarnmino to-day leaving only lhtca,_. auffurors -now., in tho TBfqapital. :. 5%obo pro cluing vory wiill^aiid ' tfreir disclmi^e isnow only' a ^matter of two'or three weeks. '/? ?' > V;, BRISBANE; Wednesday : Once moro, after a period of quiet, the plague has broken outin"Brisbano. Tlie viutim is .an elderly woman named Jemima ' NViirnock, residing alone in Cricket-street, Petive Terrace. Another case is reported._from .Towns-' ville; the victim boing Janies Phillips, who arrivedby tho Araniac from bairns on Sunday. \ ' BRISBANE, Thursday. The woman named (Varnock died to day. Two fresh cases are reported from Rocklmmpion, the victims being a China man and » youqg man named Satcholl.
THE LATEST. LONDON, August 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
^JBCES IT If A.gj.EgS'gy,: tOftDON, August 22 J IteportBfrom.PpkinK state-that the wall of the inner Xmparinjloity "nuis blowu up with dyminiito,-nn(T the Jmporial palace: was captured bytlid.iijliud troops pn -the 17th instant. - V 'No signs wore fouj^. of tho Empress' Dowager when the palace was captured. Stubborn street $ghting still continued in Poking according to latest roports. The allies wer'e'assisted by 4000 armqd natvo converts. .' .' '. ". , " :: lyir. Conger, tlie AnVericmV 'Minister ;»t Peliing, declares tliiitthij Boxer outbreak was only a pretence for tye Attack.orvthe Legations which tyaar wholly, ^a.Govern ment movement, directed bytlioEinpriHg 'Dowager's confidential adviser...- i.:-: Large forces of tiroops.from Ho-nan .aro reported to be massing in, the rear, ot . the allies Li Hung Chang haanddresscd a circular .note to the Powers suggesting that .since theavowed object of tho advance oil Peking bus boen achieved, and the foreipi Minis ters'found to. be in\ goo...
THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
f ' '. LONDON, August 20. News lias been received to the effect that a Russian force lias carried Chinga P^sb, in Manchuria. The -engagement refulted in grent bloodshed, owing to the Russian Oouernl aurrounding tlio Chinese flanks and rear riijht.- Four" Krupp and many other excellent guns wore capturid. "Advices'havo been received in America to the effect that telegraphic .commuiiica-'. , tio.n betweon l\iku aud Pekiifis uot.inter ruptcd. ...... ' Prince Tunjt 'a stated' to be detaining the Empress- Dowager in the innei city, which the .allies are now bombarding. Fighting is in-progress in the streets of Pekin. . ' Eight Anioricans were wounded in the fighting on the loth iustant. General Chaffee, with the Amoricari troops, entered the legation grtmm's on the evening of the 16th. M. Delcasse, the French Minister for Foreign affairs, in a speech delivered by him at Foix, recommended, the'nllies to persevere, clearly limiting the unity of their aims, and avoiding exclusive de mands. ...
The Breelong Blacks. Horan's House Fired At. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
Xhe Breelong Blacks. Horan's Houso Fired At. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Sinco tho Broelong murders ft watchful oyo has been kept on tho aboriginals at tho Wollar blacks, camp. . It was feared thatJaoky Governor woultl make :' an attempt to join his brothers, who had threatened violence to other aboriginals. For that reason, tho strictest control lwa Seen kept over their movements, and Jacky Governor has boon lug-ironed since it was reported that tlio Govornors wore making back to Wollar. Fears have been expressed as to the danger of some of tho blacks assisting them; . To prevent this,-the police, under tho instruction* of the Colonial Secretary, havo removed .the young ablb-bodied blacks' to Mudgeo. ' To day Constable M'Namara brought in fivo-namely, Tony Coombes, 'Thomas' Picton, John Coombbs, Henry Springett, and Jacky Governor. This afternoon they were brought before Mr. Wilkinson, police magistrate, and charged with having no lawful visiblo means of support. Thoy were remanded to Mudgeo ...
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY 22nd AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
POLICE- COUST.-'v-f SHKbNESDAVy! 22rid Adobst. . BEFORE" Major Fitihatdingc, -P-.-Mt- ? . "BREAKING AKD-ENTBRINQ. V , . .; .. A. miiu named William' O'Reilly, alios Reily, alias Charles Jones; ; was. oharged with breaking and entoring > a dwelling house and stealing therefrom curtain articles. John Brown, Constablo of Police, stated that in consequence of information reboivodiio; went to the residence of a Mrs: Marsh, about 2 miles from town, on thoGlen Innes Road, about 9.30 on. the morning of Tuesday last. Mrs Maish was then in a-.paddock about 160 yards from the house. After speaking; to liar went towards uccusod, who- was then roll ing up. lus swag near, tho houso. Asked him what he was doing there, and lie re replied, " I am doing up my swag to do a get:" Asked him for particulars concern ing himself, and ho said that his name was William Reily, and ho came from Queensland. On being'asked if lie owned the whole of the contents of tfifr swag, he. .aid " no, that he only owned...
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. A Full Confession. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
LAST MIGHT'S MEWS. A Full Confession, . SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOHT. Jacky Undeiwood to-day. made a full, confession' of how the murders were carried out. Itran aa follows V Jimmy Governor said ho wished to be the greatest murderer in N. S. Wales, aud said lie would do for the first person lie inut-: man, woman, or child. He knew the country too well to be caught by the police within a year, and he would return to Dubbo and commit moro murders. He would kill all the blackfelliins at Wollar, shouting all thutr relations. Ho said ho would bail up tho police station, and tako ovorything to the N ulla mountains. Be would tear up the til it. railway liho they camo across, that running' to Muswollbroolr; Glen Innes, or Tentertield and if they did not encounter, any . more blacks they would follow the range up to TownBville. ' - It iB believed tho fugitive blacks are doubling back to llockgcdgiel, They were, seen three miles from Buhdella by a re liable person. Tho Governors fired, many , shots...
Trial of Jacky Underwood. Evidence of the Murders. GILGANDRA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 August 1900
Trial of Jacky Underwood. Evidence of the Murders. GILGANDRA, Wednesday. Jaeky'Underwond, nlias Charlie Brown, arrived here last night in cliargo of two police. A large crowd,- of jiooplo wit nessed Uis arrival.. He whs brought up to-day at tlio- .police court, before Mr. Giles Shaw, P.M., and charged with murdering Porcival Mawbey, Mr8 Maw boy, Grace Mawbey, Hilda Mawbey, and Helen Kerz. The court-room was crowded. Jaoky stood at the side of the bench between ? tv.o constable, and appeared to bo very .uneaBy and shiftless, his'small ferret-like eyes continually opening, and shutting. As soon as his glance met any. one else'a lie would lower his eyes to the floor. . Constable Dunlop's evidence was- read ins to Jacky's arresti also ' tho statement made by Underwood to Dunlop on.the -road.from'Leadville lockup to . MudgetS,' ?'in which Underwood statod that-lio tried to stop the Governors fiSnjj murdering the Mawbeys. '. ;;r. Senr-constable Berry,on oath,- produced various exhibits be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
PURE BKED TYMOOR PONY STAL LION FOR SALE. .A BARGAIN. W. J. GIBSON, Auctioneer, . Tentorfield. . ANT ED»Thrco Years, leaso of ft ^ '??.FAKM:^o£;v about > 3^0 ACRES, within 10 miles of -ToDterfiold. YCX J^GIBSON([. j Auctioneer. ANTED -a .thoroughly i first-class PLOUGHMr\N, . Highest wages, Rivon. Apply /a flrst- instanca-to this Offico.?? ? > TENTERFIELD CRICKET ASSOCIATION. FIHST ANNUAL .MEETING of JL tho above Association will bo. held in the School of- Arts oil WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, 20th instant, at 8 o'cloolt, for the purpose of eloctinis officer* for tho current year, and transacting other important business. All cricketers are in Tited to be present. , ". ' E. W. SCOTT, ' Hon, Secretary. INDIAN FAMINE FUND BAZAAR. SCHOOL~OF ARTS, 31st August, ? . AND 1st September. 43r To bo Opeuedtiy HIS 'VVOBSHIP'tho . MAYOR at 8 O'CLOCK, - w a>3o.iba»&lt;^.. . WANTED to SELL CHEAP a Good ,®°T HAND DOUBLE SEA.T ",uu \; r°'a- Shafts, mil Hood corn pleio. For particulars,. ...
THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
LONDON, August 22. I _ A Japanese semi-nfllciiil despatch states that the Empress Dowager, tbo Emperor, and the leading Chinese Ministers, e# corted by 3000 Kansu troops, started for eS?*/1.' ^our prior to the capture m ^le a^,u(* troopa, ^The Americans chum that Jthey were the first to unter Poking. , The heavy condition of tho roads pre vented the British Naval Brigade partici pating in tho entry to Peking, but General Gaseleo states that-they have reason to be proud of the way in which thoy brought their heavy guns up from TeintRm. Tho Queen has congratulated General Gasqloe on his daring advance to Peking. Tho . American Government .havo. in formed Li Hung Chang that they are unable to negotiate fcr peace until tho Chinese Government, have shown that thoy are able to prevent further hostilities against tho Powers. The Chinese are still threatening Yang latin, between Teintsin and- Peking and further fightiug is expected. LONDON, August 23. Each of the allied forces have eight of...
THE PLAGUE. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
THE PLAGUE. BRISBANE, £>aturdny. Two nioro casos of plague lmve occurred at Toivnsyille, the-victims being, William'. Bockors, agcfl 35, i(ud Mr. Maclean, pro-: prietor of the-Commercial HoteU The lattor is too bad to be removed, and the building lias been quarantined. . The Jubilee offering taken, at tho Epincopiil Consecration7 Service ut St. Andrew's Cathydral, amounted to 18400. Tue Attorney General lias prepared an alternative clause ? in regard to I ho constitution of the proposed Arbitration' Court. Twenty-five of tho persons concerned in tho recent p!iiguo-ri&lt;>tsatCawuporo, in India,, hive boon tried. Twenty wero Bcntencud to death, uric to transportation, and four were acquitted, ' , IT is reported that« Cannibal raid took place about two months ago oh a'native tribe in a small island adjoining Admiralty Island,«tiud' 100 bodies were roasted and eaten. ?' .\ . ? ? Omf. man concerned iri the disgraceful , football disturbances at, Caiiiberwoll, Vic-# toria, ...