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TELEGRAMS. Late Parliamentary. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

late Parliamentary. . SYDNEY, TuunsiiAV. . Tho Assembly wns"bceupiod Inst night j diRouBsing the Monthly Siijiply Bill of ' ,£042,000. Tlio . Truusuror wild it .was impossible to get the Estimaten. ready. >; within threo weeks, when lio would do liror his fionnciul statement. The mousuro passed nil stages- - Tho Minors Accident .Belief Bill has. ? been rend n first time in tho Assembly.-' Tho Upper House last night amended . tho Sydnoy Corporation Bill by oliminnt intr tlio provision for tho election of tho ' Mayor by tho citizeus, .

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

Post Office Time Table. 11 AIt>8 CLOSE FOR Wilsons Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, at 9-30 p.m. 'Sydney,GIOD Innes Arinidale, Maitlaud, and Newcastle, 6'15 p. m. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabulani, Casino, Liemore, end Richmond Xtiver-Daily, except .Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12-30p.m, Timbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday and Friday, at 9-80 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday al'6 a.m. Draio, Sandy Hit), and RosBttarvill'e Daily at 12 lioon.. Leave at 12'3dp.m. Bonshaw-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 a.m. ' _ Wallaugarra and Queensland daily at 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAILS AimiYB most Sydney. Glen Innes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Dally (ox copt Snndoys) at 11 SO a.m. BOODOO BOODOO, and Wilaon's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, nt 6-30 p.m. Drako, and Sandy Ilill-Daily (except Saturdays) at fl'45 p.m. Tabulatn, Casino, and Richinrnd Eiver Same as Drake. Timbnrra, and Steinbr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT | LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, .< »r«P«»Mon^ rtdaing tho month of tho I "»r °f J°},aooot aneLloovlag ! a ploaaont taste. < [ &%L" I*',84' *<.«£, and 114. 7«. 04 Mih. i I (Rngljh rata), at ChmUU and storu. j >F. C. CALVERT & CO," MANCHESTER. - * '""'f * S"T*lteia'>andDiplomat. .;] Solicitors. XiECfr A T.. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitratot, & o., Hpuso-'stroot, - ToatorfloIS. pvURIKG jny temporary nbsenco. ID JL/ South Africa my affairs will be car-' ricd ou ftiul my business' munugrd by Mr. H. W. Weigall, Solicitor, Uonnnissiuuor fu ' (Tulavits &o. " Trust Uonoy. to Iiond on Approved Soourlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. ITfILL VISIT . TBNTERPIELD and VV attend Court whon required. .la'oera,!."'' 0. Wood Readetfcj Solicitor, Proctor, Conv&yancer,1 &C., ' A3 commenced ' Practice in Tentei ? fluid, next door to Mr. J. Folding's i Store. M...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

THE LAI EST TRIUMPH. . . - ? HONOR FOR AN AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT. . JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY following eablo appeared in th~e local papers of July 16th ?vv ''.London*, July 14th,-Messrs Joshua Bros,,- of Melbourne, have been appointed .;by Roy»il Warrant to supply,thcir Boomerang Bruudy to tlio households ot tho.1.Queen, \tho Prince of Wales und^tho Duke of York." - . . . . , j' .. . . -v " WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO." Miinufaoturod, by tlio C. T. WILLIAMS CO. .Beflt AmerioanMakev - .- - >Best "American '' ' ' PAINING DAILY IN PUBLIC FAVOR, WATERBURY WATCHES. E's a werry punctual bloke. .. 'Bis, Hobs, ,v - . *E'1I reach Kroger on the stroke; . . 'EwillBebs; , ' . So if'e names a dato » r . > . . - : Jnst write it on a flafce, . . . : * . You'll bod V wont be late...-* h\;':v. ?< Geu'ral Bobs. . " . .. ;. Punctually regulated by a WATERBURY WATCH.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

Railwav Tim^Table. 'The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter-; . Held : at 7-10 p.m. daily,- Satpr^iys ex cepted, "and for Brisbane a. lJ/30 o.ra. daily, Sundays errepted. The Goods Train leaves Tonterflell for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday,' and aturday mornings at '6 a.m., and ar ' iveB from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday,;and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. The fares between Sydney und'Tenter field, and T<nteifiold and Brisbane"are as follow; Tbiixebpielb TO Sytctby. 1st(lasr, Single ... JU 1 0. 2nd Ulan, Single ... ... 2.10 0 . - Beturt Tickets, available for . Two Months. 1st Clast' .£5 12 0 x 2nd Clai3 . ... ... ... ' 3 10 0 N Wat.) anqahjia o Biiisdine. lSt Clas.1, Single ... ... £1 19 . " '2nd Cldis, Single ... ... 1 5 j 1st Clasii, Setnrn ;..- ..." 2 10 ' 2nd Class, Return ... : 1 18 8 .

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

? LONDON, August 27. Major General Ian Hamilton is now at Pien nit station,' where lie captured 13 Hours, together with a number i f tints and ii quantity of stuck. - Lord Roberts, who in now at Belfast,on the Dolagoa railway* has .recounoitred tho enemy's position for n distance of 25 miles. The Boers occupy strong positions in mountain spurs confronted by morasses and they are strongly entrenched along high ridges extending 8000.yards east wards. General Buller, wlio is scron miles to south of the Boer stronghold, replied to tho enemy's shell firo on^Snturdny last. Lord Roberts holds soma ridges cast of Belfast. . . . The Boers have succeeded in exploding the branch railway, near KrugerBdorp, to tho westward of Johannesburg.- , r Proaidont^KrugoViSrcpii'rfcdJo.buIiold-! ing out,to: His. burgtidrs'dfopromise tliit a' .RndiciirMinistry will cpmo'into po'vror in England, and'that it-will prove a hKt-biri ger of pouce. . : . - '. ' '? '. '.'1;'. LONDON, .August 28. Lord Roborts report...

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 — 31 August 1900

Meteorological Foreeast for Farm-, ers and Gardeners. For the Month of August 1900. BY ORO.NZO PKMA. Meteorologist and Astronomer. 1st to 5th;-Atmosphere good for planting and sowing. Weather, heavy rain in places, most likely snow on ^highlands iu Scut hern districts. Southerly wind predominant, shifting North Wesw In.North unci North Easterly diatriQts; cloudy and variublo. Squally , in Western districts. Almost gen*, .erol rains, North least1 affected. Conditions stormy. y'6th to 7th.-Atmosphere not so genial for 'planting operations. Weather variable. Hain heavy in places, cspccially in Mouth .East districts, cold: Westerly, or South East winds, stormy, frostb in places, North least affected, West cold, snow .pnd rain in places. 8th to 9th.-Better atmosphere for plant ing and sowing, do not manure. Weather the same ; strong winds in places from same quarters, 10th.-Atmosphere unfavourable for now ing and planting; Weathor unchanged. Uth *o 13th.-Good ntmoRphcre for farm and gard...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

Brief Mention. THUNDERSTORM Inst oight.. MOORISH Fair ?" noxtbmonth. ? WESTERLY winds and; dust storniB. INDIAN Famino Fund baziwr to-night. WANTED .1 good live Progress Cornmit tou. .' GRUELI SlopsJ! Rats I Facts !-Physio next. -- STOREKEEPERSopening up thoir.summer supplies. ' UNAK.V electorate boundaries growing trnublcsomo. Mii.G. A. WALKER commencing busin ess in tlvo Arcade! . Tlio Treasurer intends . to dolivor.-his finanoial statement within 3 weeks. ATTENTION directed to Mr,. D. Robert son's summer atoek of Tweeda otc. Tlio Government-hits, decided to intro duced n Credit Fbiicier Bill without delay. THE horso Frisco; a Sydney Cup winner, was amongst some horses sold ot Nowra on Saturday for five guineas. . The death funtence on Frank Collins, convicted of oriniimil assault, has been commuted to imprisunmcnt'for Jifo. . THREE cases of phiguo wore reported on 1 French steamer, which was passing Con stantinople on her homeward voyage. ' THE. I'nlico are now engaged compil ing...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

SYDNEY,' TIICHSDAY NICHT A Maitlund telegram stales .tliafc tlio t nicks of thefujritt.ro 'htackti'Imvb been picTted up uenr Oxley Peak fjoihfj in o north easterly direction towards Mnrru rundi. It i'b believed tlio' outlaws are making-for thejicnd of: tlio Pnterson River.: V. .'

The Breelong Blacks. MUDGEE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

The Breelong Blacks. MUDGEE, Monday. The Aboriginals from trio Woilar blacks'" camp, who wero recently committed to Mudgee Gaol as vfterants.^wero brought up before Mr. Wilkinson tit the Police Court this morning, and remanded for a further period'of eight days. No further word is to Imnd regarding the movements of tho Governors. The country in which they were lust aeon'- is rough, und affords plenty of cover. SYDNEY, August 28. After o day's rest, during which, np pnrently, tho Breelong blacks watched from a hilltop tho movements of the police they doubled buck, nnd during this after noon tlioy entered the house of a. man named Sherwood in his absence, imd'took somo blankets and provisions, The Iioueo in this instanco is only about f»ur miles from Ilnwlinson,8 place,-which,they, burnt down last woek. MUDGEE, Wednesday. There is no reliablo nows of the Gover nors, but tlioy aro believed to be still in. the neighborhood of Oxley's Peak Liver pool Rango, ncrth-of Morriwa. .

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

-."JJON DO N, \VEDNRSDAT, V - It. is' stated that; tlio'.admirals of the variouswiuildrons havo decided to detain' tho Viceroy'Li HungChang as iv prisoner in tho roadstoad at Taku, Avhilo^tliey await the decision of tlie question regard ing peace negotiations... Five hundred Ituiian marines liav<j ar rived at Peking./ ; A German squadron.-bound' for Taku has reached Hongkong. . V : Tho Japanese) have mounted, Norden feldt guns in iv position commanding tho city of Amoy, oil the south-east coast of China. . . - Stubborn streot fighting preceded tho rescuo of tho gariison of the Cathedral at Peking, and l lie (French General Frey, who commanded the relieving column, ? captured n series of earthworks between the Imperial Palace and tho Cathedtiil,: killing 500 Chinese regular troops. < . .. -? Later-. Largo numbers of. refugeos from Peltin are arriving at Toin Tain. .,

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

- LONDON, AUGUST 27. " The United States Government. boing .distrust fnl (if the territorial dc.si^ns of Russia and Gormany in regard tci China, has decided that. the American troops elmHreumiii in China until order has been thoroughly restored. The Russian troops have occupied t ho Banklsun railway, which was built and worked by British capitalists: It. is reported from IVkin that tho Chinese who were defending tho Imperial City have now retreated northwards. The Chinese casualtiesduring (ho siege of tho legations were very lienvy. They adroit that their killed numbered 3000. Admiral Soymons, in a letter addressed to the French commander, warmly thankel and eulogised the Fronch blue jackets for tluir gallant capture of a Chi nese araonal under a heavy tiro during the retreat of tho first expeditionary force. Tho Pariu Tkmi'S, commenting upon tho. ^contents of tho letter, says tho trihutu is timely and goes straight to the heart of tho nation ; also that it is more appreci ated by t...

THE MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

. THE MILITARY. A wholo day parode was held on W'edncR cluy. Homo 30 men being present. In tlio forenoon the men ntsemblcd at the Drill Sheds, wlion Lieutenant Everett made nil inspection'of tho arms and accoutrcmouts. After which dismounted drill, manual firing, physicial drill nnd bayonet oxercisis « oro gone through. In the afternoon tho men marched to tho pluin, where SquIRl-. rou drill, aud manoeuvics, mounted and in extended order, worogone thiougli under command of Lieutenant Everett. The annual meeting was hold in the Hall at night, when a quantity of business was transacted. The reports, balance sheet etc.. were read.and adopted, and u new committee for . the current year elected. It was decided to hold the annual Tournament on the 0th November next'; also that, steps be takon in the direction of : liaving a memorial.tablet erccred to tho memory of tlioIocalKoldiora who .lmve,-'or.'may -die',, iLi "South Africa. This latter- matter will bo further dealt with an an early dat...

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. Campbell-Williams. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

OEANG-E BLOSSOMS." . . Campbell-"Williams. THE marriage of Mr. Colin Campbell, of Rangers Valley.Slat-ion, son of Mr. P., C.- Campbell, Inveroll Statii n, and Miss Ida Williams, second daughter of. Mr. S.imuol Williams, Customs Officer, Wnl langnrrn, took place at Christ Church, Tenterfield, at4.30o'olnck oil Wednesday afternoon, tho He v. H. G. Smith offici ating.- Tlio ceremony was a quiet ono owing to n recent bereavement in tho family of thp .bridegroom, though thoro were a number of spectators present in !he sacrcd cdiliee. The decorations, which had been arranged by tlio bride's fiiends, included a hgrseohoe and initials X and C worked in wliito flowers. Tlio bride was given away by her father, anil wore white ivory Duchessu satin, trimmed with pearls and ehitlun : veil over wreath of orange-blossoms, and carried a lovely shower bouquet. The bridesmaids weie her . two younger tisters, who wore dressed in whi te silk lustre, trimmed with white silk and laco, with-white hat to m...

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

N. S. W- PARLIAMENT. I* the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, tho Speaker annouueed the resignation of Mr. W. W. Davis, member for Bourke. Leavo was given to tbo Select Commit' tee on tbo Froe Public Library to meet while the houso was sitting. Tho adjournment of tho House wan moved by Mr. A. Griffith for the purpose of culling attention to irregularities in cunnection with Government contracts for the supply of food to the Coast Hospital. After a lengthy discussion, tho Premier promised to hold an inquiry into Govern ment contracts generally for tho supply of provisions. \ The Legislative Council's amendments in the Darling Harbor Wharves- Keaump* tion .BUi.were agreed to., without debate, on the motion of Sir William Lyne. The.Houso in committee furthor dealt with tlie Industrial Arbitration Bill. ./ TO THE DEAF.-A rich iariy, cured o hei* Deafness ami Noises in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's ^ Artificial Ear Drums, gava £5,000 to his Institute, sothatdouf people unable to procure the...

CORRESPONDENCE. Re Town Lighting. To THE, EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. Bo Town Lighting. : To THE, EDITOK OI' TIIK GOUIIIER". SIB,-I notieo by a recent report of tho proceedings of tlio Council that our Civic' Fathers propose having a trip-to Booriop Boonoo Falls.They "certainly have a rightlo goon -picnic. jaunts when they pleaso «t thoir own expenso, but I hope they will not.niako ducks,and drakes of the-rntopayers money in qonsidoring suoh a wildgoose scheme iis trying to light the town with power derived from Boonoo Boonoo Falls, bativnen which and Mr. Hall's schome (which latter reminds ino of the native born.youth who would walk two inilcs for a horse to rido one) there is not much difference. '.' .There is no ques tion the power i» available, but to take advantago of it'; in a dry season would require a reservoir which to bo perinanont would cost not less than £2000. A water motor, either turbino or waterwheel, two dynamos, geai, belting and lixingi say' another i'2000. Then there is_ buildings, poles, wires, posts, lamps etc.," ...

LESSONS ON PRUNING. Visit of Mr. W. J. Allan. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

LESSONS ON PRUNING. Visit of Mr. W. J. Allan. ON Mtindny lust Mr \V~ .] Allnn, Gc. vernniont Fruit Expert, Sydney, gave ft practical demonstration of the methods of tree |»rnntii|enfc Mr. E. R. Duvios*nrclmrd, > iiiylund. Hetiveon 40 and 50 pet'sonn won* present, some of them. adepta with the pruning knife, and all admitted the educational valuo of the object .lesson. , Mr. Allan described the training of the tree from the first year's planting, and stiongly advised havingoneyear old trees to plant out, and obtained locally if pos- j sible. Ho gave those present to under-1 stand that he was not pruning for fruit for next senson, and impressed very strongly j upon tbem (ho advisability of keeping the trees well open. Ho took exception to the trcen in the locality being traiuedso high, and advised keoping all young trees back at planting time to within two. teet of the ground. On Tuesday lie visited tlio orchard ut J Tenterfield Station, - and Messrs J. Telford's J. Mansfield's D. ...

On the Wheel. Train, Bicycle, and Coach, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

On the Wheel. Train, Bioyclo, and Coaoh, [BY C'.A.JP. AND A.D.] 'Now Mr. Editor, I do not wish to go heedlessly - into raptures regarding my friend or " self" in ordor to sue, as many thousands clnniinor and tight and feci re joicod at seeing " I heir name?" "in print" ' but what X want to do is to oxpreRs my utter surprise and appreciation of the trip, scenery and prospects of the Tontor field-Lismore towns and districts, and the general offieiencyof tfiu couching between the two nbovo named places. Now no doubt you might say, and also your xeadors, " who is this who is derating himself!" Well to give you a somowhat vagua'idea I ant simply one who has seen and travelled every line (railway) in the colony out to an extreme end, thence through all the back country, aud what is considered as the desert of N. S. W. in that of the Bourke, Louth, YYilcannia, Broken Hill, and Wannsring-Paroo Stock routes, and hare baitled aguinstheatwava when the thormomoter registered 118 in the shade-if...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

IMI'OUNDM) from Grass Paddock at Bryan's Gap l.y MR. A. G. CAMP BELL, oi.27th August, 1900 :-fFlea-bitten Giiey HORHE, branded D ^ near shoulder, aged. If not faleasod, will behold nt the Pound, at Noon, on 20th September, 1900. A. MANSFIELD, . Poundkeeper. . FOR SALE. AhaWEEK'S WAGG.ONETTE, second hand, in good older, togethor with 2 Horsrs and Harness. . If' preferred, canlie purchased separately. App'y to M. J. KELLY, or . ? . P. HA'WKINS, Blacksmith/ Department of Lands, . >, Sydney, 17th August, 1900. . ATTENTION is directed to a Notice in 'the GOVERNMENT : GAZETTE, of 4th AUOUST, 1900, notifying the sale of ANNUAL LEASES to take plajoo at TEN TEBPIELD on: 11th .. September, 1900. Parish MAUDLE, county BULLER. H. UURRtf, Under Secretary. 5A 14. INDIAN FAMINE FUND BAZAAR. SCHOOL ~~0F ARTS, To-Day and To-Morrow! ?; «r To be Opened, by HIS WORSHIP the MAYOR.at 8 O'CLOCK. DON'T FORGET The Moorish Market The Moorish Market I - The Moorish Market I TO BE HELD OX 20TB, 27tb, and 28...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 31 August 1900

EMMAVIT.LF. M IN [Nr.-A correspondent writes:- Ibui pleased hi record that thoro 1B much activity in turning matters, ond it is quito liko old times ti> sou tho main struct-on Saturday nights, thronged with a'crowd made up principally uf workmen, intho neighbouring mines. There being' lotB of cash in circulation, business at the stores and pubs is Al, nnd the return ef prosperity is a theme for nil-round con gratulations. The manager of Webbs, Silver Mino ( Mr. H. Snrgeant) is a man of much oxperien-e, gained in somo of tho, largest workings in the colony, and under liia skilful direction, I am uleased to stato operations aro proceeding with mathe matical precision, and tho mine continues to give up its riohoB to an extent that should bo highly gratifying to the "share-, holders. Mr. Ssrgeant I.boliove,.hns now., about 100 men underhischarge, so itcan be understood that the fortnightly pay-shoet moans tho distribution of a large sum in; hard cash. Indications point to thuopon-, i...

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