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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
If you want . . Register*!. OSBOSi Sf@eB Cutlery Sfcnd Post Card with jaar address to W. Jno. Baker, Cutlorr 3 Hunter-street, Sydnay, O* for his Illustrated Catalogue. ' Cured Hes* Agsfe When; \s Toother Takos Out All Disease from the Bipod; Gives Strength; A Spipr.ciid Tcnic; An Indispensable l-loucGhcId Medicino. "I first used Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla .when a littlo girl for debility and poor ness of the blood. It strengthened mo greatly, built; me right tip, and made mo well and strong. After a recent attack of typhoid fever I found myself very weak and again I thought of this wonderful strengthening mcdieino. So I began its use, and with great and lasting bonofit. All my robust health/ is back again, thanks to Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It is a splendid_ tonic, purifies tho blood, makes it rich, and is an Indispensable household mcdicinu.1' ' . TI115 is a practical experience whioh Mrs. IT. A. Steinberg, of Nelson St., East Adelaide, So. Australia, has had with Dr. Ayci-'3 Sarsaparilla...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
Brief Mention. Tntwi fry arrived. - 'V .. TVWOAL Spring Went bar... SCARCITY of shearers this year. MILITARY Pnrudci to-morrow. ' MIKISU brisk in Nino Milo district. ' MINING tlio absorbing topic in Tonter Bold lately. , Wevmso ceremony nt-Chrisfc Church lo morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. COMMISSIONKR OMVER : cannot visit Tontertiold re Federal Capital sito. THE Goulburn Council lias; received 138 applications for ninu laborers ndvortised .for. ?' '/ ' . "Tho French Government riro importing American coal for tho. use of: tho French' navy. : IKE Japanese lit Peking have seized.a hoard of silvpr. ainouuting to 1,500,000.' taels. _ " ? : ? . . . _ THE neighbourhood of: the local Court House yesterday, reminded ono of China Town-... - ; - THE people of Glen'Innss gave A great, reception to their returned eoldiors last .week, .- '' . . FOUR' thousand American troops, ordered to China, have been diverted to Manilla. . . " THE notorious Maj it Lutharie has been' appointed 'Administrator of...
N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
N. S.. W-' PARLIAMENT. | ID the Legislative Assembly on .T^njlfdsy night, the second reading of ^industrial Arbitration Bill wnb on tho voices > and taken into Coni;UI^too> Mr. Piddingt^jQ asked tho Premier whether it wVj truo that ho did not intend . to take »Hion in regard to rondering it !mP°?SVbIe for members-to occupy seats Jfi fioth tho State and Federal Parliaments. ' Sir William Lyno said he had not yet given the matter very serious considera tion, bub as- he had been definately questioned he did not mind giving it an " his opinion that tho question should stand .over until the noxt general olection. The- challenge issued by Woiaa to Roberts for a gamo of billiards of 21,000 points Roberts conceding.a start of 7000, has been accepted. The stake is to be X6000, with the option of increasing it to L1000 . Thi wheelers employed at the Hetton Colliery, Newcastle, have struck for an increase in wages, and between 4000 and 6000 men have thus boen thrown nut of ?muloyment. A ...
A Convincing Answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
A Convincing1 Answor.- . '*1 hobbled iutoMr,BlucRtnon'a story one evening/' * says Wesley' Nelson, of Hamiltou, Ga.,;" and he asked me to Cry Chamberlain's Puin Balm for rheumatism with which 1 tout.-suffered for a long time. I toM h-im I had no faith in any medicine as they Ml failed. ; He said : . Well if Cham-' bertain's Pain Balm' tloos not help you, you need not pay for it.' I took a, bottle of it homo and used it aoaordirig to the directions and iii ouo week I was cured, and have not since been'1 troublod with iheumatiam." Sold hy C. I. G'lvanough . OLIVE ScuiTeinku' deblorei that 'the l a&lt; received letters from/lending statesmen in Australia and New Zealand condemning the Boer warns wicked And iniquitous. Thb Dalby .HEBAto reporU tbo sale of the Forest Vark estate,' comprising 423S acros, to.Mr. \Y. HUton, of Qlcn Innon. The purchaser, who is an old experienced farmer and graaier;'intends to immediately atock; the, run . with; .4000 'sheei> from BuuiaviUu. - "i ...
Meteorological Forecast for Farmers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 1900. Meteorologist and Astronomer. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
* Meteorological Forecast for Farm ers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 10.00. Br OBONZO PRESA. Meteorologist and Astronomer. 1st to 5th.-Atmosphere good for planting and sowing. Weather, heavy rain in places, most likely snow on highlands in Southern districts. Southerly wind, predominant, * ahiftlog North Wesc. In North and North Easterly districts, cloudy and variable. Squally in Western districts. Almost gen eral rains, North least affcoted. Conditions stormy; 6th to 7th.--Atmosphere not so genial for planting operations Weather variable. Rain bgavy-.i^. places. especially in b'outh JSo96 districts, cold Westerly, or South East tainde, stormy, frostb in. places. North least, affected, West cold, snow and rain In places. ; 8th to 9th.-Better atmosphere for plant* lag and sowing, do not manure. Weather the same ; strong wiurts In placeB from same quarters. . 10th.-Atmosphere unfavourable for sow ing and planting. Weather unchanged. 11th to 13th.-Good atmosphore for farm and ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; CANNEN — KEOUGH. — On the 22nd Aug- ust, 1900, at St. Mary's Cathedral, Armidale, by the Very Rev. Dean O'Connor, V.G., MICHAEL, eldest son of the late MICHAEL CANNEN, of Armidale, to ELLEN (ELLIE), &nbsp; third daughter of the late MATTHEW &nbsp; KEOUGH, of Tenterfield. &nbsp;
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 28 August 1900
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AT the regular meeting of the Council held last night there was not a deal of business on notice paper for transaction. Some important correspondence was read, also the CIerk's report for the fortnight A mon tion by Aldermen Juergens and Whereat. for supply of 300 yards of 2 inch motal for the Great Northern Road, was defeated on &nbsp; &nbsp; an amendment by Aldermen Kelly and Walker reducing the quantity to 200 yards. The Mayor and Aldermen Juergens and &nbsp; Walker took exception at length to curtain remarks made by the Courier with re gard to the inclusion of Tenterfield in the Unara Electorate, which with a report of other business will appear next issue.
SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900
, TunnsDAY iNiont. Tinoro m quoted at 22h;. fld ; ..iv- ; The motion of- consuro ou tlio South-' Australia!. Qovornmont was; negatived by. n majority of 11 " In tho Consuro delmto 111 tho.Wuat Australian Assembly,the Railway Dopart-.?' monfc ? w charged with bringing- forward-v fulaihcd oatimates. , . Steady mm fell at intervals during the day, there being ovory appearance of-a* , heavy downpour. : TliE Btcamor Damascus with a Jargo number of invalided soldiers on board arrived to-day from South Africa. They lmd an onthusiastio recoption. The Premier will probably leave for - Launceston to night owing to tho receipt of a cable announcing the critical condi tion of Ins father. Tho Australian bred mare Malutnajbas died in England. . - JmixJeQi'iea lies refused to .meet Bob t iUsimmonij, in icontcnt which whr . to have taken plane at Now: York on tho Slut - instant.
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY,. THURSDAY NIOHT. ? Wheat, 2a'10d . Flour, LCDs to L6 IO9 Ohickwheat, 2s 3d to 2a 6d . Chaff, L210s to Ij3 10S Potatoes L2 ta-L3 - Muizu, 2s 8d to 2s 9d Outs, 2s 2d to 2s 4d Lucerne, L210s to 1^3 . Buttor, orcamery, 10J ; factory, 10* j d»iry, 8Jd.
THE TENTERFEELD Intercolonil Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. Federal Electorate Bungle. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900
THfc. TENTERFiEl L) |ntcrrol0«hil (jfrriuier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate . . EEIDAY, AUGUST 31. I Federal Electorate Bungle. &lt; ON Mondoy night,thero was quito a plena .ing break in (ha chrorfic monotony that ] has characterised tha proceedings of the local civic dignitaries for years past. 7 ho early portion of the business WAS con j ducted in a crisp-hrepay-don't-care -whom I-offend sort of style, quit* out of ; placo with the ordinary rule. All through it was noticeable that an air of expectancy leigned in the sombre Chamber, but iliiB exploded with a bulge of relief, when the Mayor rose arid inti mated that he desired to make a persona! , 'i : explanation.- The representative of the Vi^i'CbDWBB-wns llie only one present sup posed to bo out of the know of what was . v.i'to;coiiie; .'but-, as*, it -, happened, he did ; ^ iik)wj.so'the inference will probably be drawn (lint a Judas mingled in the folds ol the Philistines. . .. ' ..' THE \vholo( trouble . ...
The Commissioners not Satisfied Throw the Onus on the Municipalities. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900
^Commissioners . Satisfied^ Throw. tho Onus on the Munici palities. THE following phivigmpli' lJikou from tho Gniflon Aiiaus nf tlie 27tli instant, em-1 plia«i«ca our':'contpritjon that 'imvurranted influenco- lias beim brought to: boar on tlio Comuiiiwioners' by the Municipalities -Tenterfield in particular- in tlioir task of apportioning tlio 'various electorates : "Tho Fed0r.1l Electorate Commissioners nro not at all,pleased witli their handiwork hb regards the Unara electorate, and seek to throw tho responsibility of the mal formation on thu municipalities. Here is tho olHcial statement:-"Tho attach ment of Tentcrfiold to the coastal districts of tho Richmond and tho Tweed is justified by tho almost unanimous opinion in favour of tho combination expressed by tho municipalities within tlio district affected. Moreover, a petition was re ceived from Tenierfiold, Hignud by nearly 500 electors, urging that that place should bu inclr.ded with the Tweed. Tho poiuimssionur.i assort tint...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900
LOCAL NEWS. INMAN FAMINE FUND BAZAAR.-We fuol thiit it is quite nocdlesa to remind ?tho public of this evont, which opens in the School of Arts to-night. In addition to tlio.salu o£ goods somo very pretty drills and marches will bu executed. : FREE SELECTIONS.-The followjhg ap plications were lodged at tho local Lands Oflico yesterday :~J. R. C. Turner, o-c.v. .iOncros, pariah Maryland, county Bailor. Susan Hulliday, o.o.'i>. 85 acres, parish Jondol, county Cliro. PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR.-Thero was a largo mooting of ladies and gentlemen connected with tho above undertaking at tho Church last Wednesday evening, tho ROY. R.Dill-MacUay presiding. Soviril attraclivo schomes submitted by . tho scbretsry was sanctioned. It was also decided to givo attractive pirizo^ for floral competitions. STATE ANO FEDERAL' PARLIAMENT. Speaking tit tho Rock on Monday night thu Premier stated that ho would oppose any legislation being introduced beforo July next lb prevent members sitting in both tho Sta...