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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

THE LATEST TRIUMPH. . HONOR FOR AN AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. following cable appeared in the local papors of July lGlh . , " " LONDON, July 14th.-Messrs Joshua Bros,, of Melbourne, havo becn atjpointed : by Royul Warrant to supply their Boomerang Krumly to tlio households of thoQuoen, the i'rince of Wulca and the Duko of York." : . rv. "WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO." ' - Manufactured; by tlio C, T. WILLIAMS CO. , :? Best Amerioan - Make.-: . ' . - - BoBt VAmorlcan GAINING DAILY IN PUBLIC FAVOR, VATERBURY WATCHES. E's a worry punctual bloke. ;< . 'JB is, Bobs, i -^E'll rftach Kruger on the stroke, . . . , / . : .) .. ... ...???:* ' " :'Jfi will Bobs ; .«.... .v : So if 'o names a date , r - . ? ? t~-\y. . v.dust write it on a plate, -.!< VouUl find V wont be late. ' . > * . Geu'ral.Bobs. '? v r ., Punctually regulated by aWATERBURY WATCH.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

Railway Time Table. Tho mail train for Sydney leavea Tenter fleld ftt 7'10 p.m. daily, Sator^iys. er ? cap ted, and for Brisbane a. lx-30 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. The Goods Train leavea TenterflelVfor . Sydney every Tneaday, Thursday, and a turd ay mornings at 6 a.m., and dr ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed .OBday, and Friday^ evenings at 4*45 p.m. ? The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnterfiald and Brisbane are as follow: ' V' '" Tbutjbbfieu) to Sxbkbx. . lBt (lasr , Single £4 1 0_; 2nd Clan, Single ... ... 2 10 0 : Betui'i Tickets, available for Two Months;... ' IstClaBfi ... ... ... £o 12 6 ? 2a<TCIal3 ... ... ...v 8.10 0 Will ANGiBllA 0 BBISSANI!. . 1st Clag'u, Single ... ,'JBl 119 . and Clftis, Single ... ... 1 6 : " . v .1st Clasn, Be'nrn ... ... 2 19 - ? > , 8nd Class, Eeturn ... 1 18 2 '

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

. Jons' Sadndebs, foand guilty of burglary, and who Imd 11 previous con ?iotions against liitii, was oil Monday nt Sydney, scntcnccd to a torni totalling 15 years', with poriods of solitary confine ment. Lord Curzon, viceroy of India, has Stopped the repented visits of Indian native princes to Europe, on the ground that such visits encourage restlessness and extravagance. The British railway companies threaten to combine against thu Amalgamated So-' olaty of Railway servants, owing to the interference of the latter with the Great Eastern Railway Company. A youth who has been arrested nt Leip zig, in Saxony, has admitted that he had. been deputed to kill tho King of Saxony, but his courage failed him, and he was un able to carry out the mandate. IN tho libel action, Constablo Harper versus tho 'Evening News,'a verdict was' returned for tho plaintiff for L50 dam ages. A stay of execution was granted till tho Srst day of next term. Three armed men attacked a night, watchman at the Brow...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

Department of Lands, Sydney, 17th August, 1000, A TTKNTX°N 1. directed to a Notice la fmwsT of 4th ANMITAT twion.50tify,?8 the »aI° TORFrPl'n'EASE8 to take plafco at TEN on llth September lflno larish UAUDLE, county BULLER. H. HURRY, pA Under Secretary. pOR SA3E,B.~~ OITT1NGS of BROWN ami WHITE GH0RNi andalusian, min OK(JA, and HOUDANS at fla per pet, guaranteed. If not forcik will lie replaced. Ihp abovo birds me nil prir.e-t»kors. Also "m,° Bu,r?iml BERKRH1RR PlOShy Tenterfleld Station imported Sire. Insnpi. invited: For full particulars, apply j . J. H. HOMMERLAD, Spring Valley Farm, Tenterfleld. S.TWNY8IDE Farmer's and Settler's Association. A GRAND BALL under the auspiens of the above will be hold on WEHNES. SEPTEMBER 18, |n Vri hTa, «3" TICKETS Gents, 2a; Badies, le. Refreshments Provided. / ^T' HUMPHREY, SECRETARY. GRAND SOCIAL. -SOCIAL in the Wesloyan n<?1 THURSDAY NIGHT, \l 6l"' ot 7-4fl- SplBddid vided. Pl0gran,me-' Eelreahment. pro ADMISSION, Is. Children, Half...

FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' AS SOCIATION. The regular monthly meeting ot tlic Tonterfield branch of tho. above Associa tion was hold at, llio Town Hull on Satur .ttny ofternoon, Mr. John Tuoliey pre siding! Included in tho correspondence, was. the balance sheet issued from tho Head Office; Sydney, also a letter inviting tho making of a levy of 1b per member to provido iin honorarium for the general secretary of tho Association. It was re solved that the sceretary ol the Exeoutive Committeo bo writteu to concerning the quostion of the affiliation 'fee mentioned. in tho balance sheet as being, paid by some branches. It was resolved to defer consideration of [assisting in the lioneraiium for tho gonc j'.ral secretary uiitil tho next meeting. The j whole of tho committoo wero thoroughly , in accord with tho view that. Mr. Camp ! bell should be paid, but they feared that if tho proposed levy wero mado it .would j injuro the blanch. , Accounts from the ? School of Arts, 8s.Gd, and for freight ...

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 — 4 September 1900

Meteorological Forecast for Farm ' ers and Gardeners. : JTor.tho Month of August 1900. ;;, Hi, OBONZO PRESA. Meteorologist and Astronomer. ' list to 6th.-Atmosphere good for planting .jmd,80^iDg. Weather, buavy rsin ID places, -jnoBt likely anow on highlands to Southern' districts. Southerly wind predominant, shifting North VVosv. . In North: and North Easterly distriots, cloudy and variable. Squally in VVesters districts. Almost gen eral rains, North least affected; Conditions stormy. f ; 6th to 7th.-Atmosphere not so genial for planting operations, Weather variable, ttain heavy in places, especially in South East districts, cold Westerly, or South East winds, stormy, frostb in places. North least affeuted, West cold, snow and rain in places. . 8th to 9tliJJet t er atmosphere for plant* log and sowing, do not manure. Weather the samo ; strong winds in places from same quarters. 10th*-Atmosphere unfavourable for BOW* jog and'planting. Weather unchanged. JHh *o 13th.-Good atmosphere ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

If you want . . Registered. 00©£i Sf(B©0 Cutlery Send Post Card with your address to W. Jno. Baker, Cutler> '3 Hunter-street, Sydney, , <3- for his Illustrated Catalogue. Unable to Sleep, Goiald filot Eat, Werves Upset, joisnts SwoBOen. A Grand Family Medicine, Good for all from the Young est to the Oldest. After the Doctors had Failed to Cure; Health was Quickly Restored by taking Acer's Sarsaparilla? " Not long nj?o I was extremely ill violently with the slightest exertion. Sly could Imrdlv uko a aroy. 1 upset nnd my joints woro swollen so I It keeps their Wood pure, bulhls tliem uj>, and muke^ them strong." This is tho testimony of aire. Ji.ia Jsborne, Grand Junction Boad, Bose vraLcr, Adelaide, £3o. Australia. She scuds us lier family photograph, which v?Q give above * * Good for all members of tho family? hcnco its:nmo "Tho WorSd's Greatest family tVSodlcine." You must certainly bo convinced that r. Ayer's fearsaparilla is a most won , derful family medicine. I...

MINER'S ACCIDENT RELIEF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

MINER'S ACCIDENT BELIEF BILL. THE Minor's Accidont Relief Bill was introduced in the Lvgislittivo Assembly ; early on Thursday morninc by the Minister for Mines (Mr. Fegan). A measure providing for similar purposes was brought in a few weeks .ago, but withdrawn, in order that a now bill, making certain alterations, might be sub mitted. Tlio first bill only provided fur payments in case of death or permanent disablement, but tlio new bill providos also for payments in case of temporary disablement, and for a redistribution of the contributions to bo paid by the Government, the owners, and the miners. There is also provision for administration of the funds by local committees. Under the original bill, the administration was to be entirely by the board in Sydney. Owing to thejfact of temporary disablements being provided for, the payments are now to be increased, and in the caso of tho men the lovy wil^ ljp 9da fortnight, or l!)a (Jd a year instead of 10s a year, as proposed in the old...

Lieutenant C.A. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

Lieutenant C.'A, L^e. The Lieutontnnt writing froi, is. i tho 27th July says :-After it ?. xtnv 7 pleasant stay »t Balnngloy ,<?/' ???,:?< s>.. » dringlmm, when! every attention was showorod upon ;:v--r;: - : 'two other officers at the Pfinq ? ?' '? i private convalescent home fj 'r.» ! officers, and owing entirely 'ti l.;1' ness and unbounded nttentiy.>. ? shall; nevor for^ut. I am now. i;.. - and strong again, having reco ? ! . ?i. quicker than most of the u 1.< who wero stricken with fever r; ii ? ;ni: tinio. X have had .onouglrof U '<?.«:. : and Doctors and hope sudi.^-tlxt. experience will nevor full to my la' The kindness of the people in Ktulv.ii) towards myself-1 preaumobet'Hi.s.; ntu a colonist, is beyond descriptor- iti.-ir.i tiynstostay at their country i.pwi s overy day, but-1 find it irajiott«li. - accept many of them. I am now ninyiis't at the Hotel Cecil for a fow dt'j j :i-; thp guest of Lady Dudley, my noif nw v.. is...

STATEMENT FROM A N.S.W. EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

STATEMENT FROM A N.S.W. EDITOR. Will. A. Ritchie; Esq., Editor - of the " Bcrrigan Advocate," recently stated that hu had been induced Borne time ago'to.try! Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for his child ren, and that the rcBult was so satisfactory, that he now keeps it nil the time in iiia hflmp For sale by 0. X. Cttvanough. CBAMflRRfcAJiJ'B CQtJfig ftEftlEDy cures overnight, tho pioat stubborn cold, as' well as all ilB'j complications-tickling in tho throat, husky'voice,"'aud violent coi'gh |ujj. for sale by 0. L tiavanoqgh,

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

'i. N..S. W- PARLIAMENT. The Sydney Harbour Trust Bill was fur ther considered in Committee in tho Legis lative Assembly on Thursday evening, and now clauses dealing with tho appoiutnieut of commissioners were dealt with. It is proposed to have three commissioners holding office for seven years, tho Presi dent to.receive £2000 per annunvand tho other commissioners £1000 each. The bill .authorising tip establishment of a Commercial Court Division of the Supreme Court, which gives tho preseut judiciary ;extenBivo powers in the settlement, of disputes in Commercial oporalionson lines already outlined, was introduced and read a first time. ' The House sat till 11 o'clock on Friday morning dealing with the Industrial Arbit ration Bill in Committee. During, the greater portion of the time a quorum was maintained with difficulty,, notwithstand ing the importance of the measure. < The Premier charged the Opposition with stonewalling the measure, and he declared . that ho would do...

Temporary Supply Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

. . Temporary Supply Bill. Every Premier that aver ha8 been has adopted the pernicious system of resort ing to Temporary Supply Bills, and every Oppdsition'hfcader bus consistently criti cised him for doing it. Sir William Lyne . hoa'now gone in for thil /stibBtituto, and offers, as his reason for n it delivering liis . financial statement, the ezciisa tlwt his ' officers are not yet ready with certain ; r figures, and tlius hu is unable to prepare hia estimnteB for tho onsuing year. This . '-explanation does not find absolute cred ence in all circlcs, one member having . accused the Government of being unde . cided whether or no they should bring in more-taxation proposals.' and on being challenged Sir William Lyne would not . deny it' In tho excitement of boing pro .piiaod aundty bridges tho electors of: the, colony havo allowed themselves to forget that this;Goyernmerit;.isVnttempting tt> carry on the affairs of the country without any further additional cbannols of revenue th...

Boating Casualties. FOUR MEN DROWNED. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

Boating Casualties. FOUR MEN DROWNED. , SYDNEY, MONDAY NWUX. THE sniliny boat Ruby, containing 13 young mon, capsized between tho Heads nbout dufak yesterdny. Four of the occu pants wore drowned, thoir naraea,being Oharles Ruuli, Aubroy Owen, Robert ? Morris, and Thomas Connors. Another ; boat with 10 occupants upset in Rose; Bay j sovoral of thoso on board swam aslioro, wnile others were rescued, v 1 V

INDIAN FAMINE FUND BAZAAR. Netted £18, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

INDIAN FAMINE* FUND BAZAAR.' - Netted £18, THE bazaar and alio of woik organised by the Misses Greories'.pupilB in aid of the above deaerving'cauBe,waB;;bperied in the School of Arts on Friday night \jy His Worship the Mayor,-and. was continued the following night. On'both evenings tlioio was a good attendance, brisk busi ness being transacted, at: the stalls, over which ^number of yo'ing ladies presided. | Tiiu hail was vory tastefully decorated, the pretty furnishings leaking things look bright andjattractive. In addition to the sale of work, pretty marches, and fancy drills were, executed, those concerned acquitting themselves oreditably. Tho stalls were adorned with a variety of uso-, ful'wares of evory description provided by the pupils and their friends, Tho whole reflected much credit on the organisers, who aro desorving of thanks for tho perfect manner in which the arrange ments were carried out. ' No less a sum tliap Jjlg wbb netted, which in due course will find its way to...

A Consumptive Sanatorium. REQUEST NOT ENTERTAINED. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

A Consumptive Sanatorium. BEQUEST NOT ENTERTAINED. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. . A iahob deputntion representing' . tho ?. y - Queen Victoria Homes for ; Conaumptives : ' ; ' interviewed the' Colonial Secretory to-day, i and urged tho establishment of a sana torium in tho country at a coat of L22,000. The Minister replied tlmfc, tho request could not bo entertained for tho present.

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

LONDON, AUGUST 20. TJ.ovttlhod, troops Imvu abandoned the whSfl i°l t ?,nlniJ8< Diiwagoro£ China, who fled to Tiu-yuiin-fu boforo tho arrival ?-c.of the allies at, Peking. It is'reported at" Cliifu that fifty for eignors who had nccepu-d an offer of pro tection umdo to thorn last week by Fn :f.tho.v.Pmernor:' of: Slun-si,; have been Ly, massacred by tho;Ch-ncnu: i,. Numhur»ofEuropo»n, nnd other rofu eccstiom Peking aru now urriving at Tientsin b . , , , LONDON August 30. , .Adctnchment, of Japanese troops is ad* \ancing from Takua wuh the object of »?f.cfll,y,,.I1.l!1P?l0-t|ng-fu, nns important city y', V0( miluf ? south-west of Xicntsin, and ninety live miles from '.Peking. ?" ? . ?;.??? , iv^Reports are to lmtid that a body of 200 a-Chinese .bandits: raided tho Tartar city at Canton;.and luoted fo'urliouses, : Tho raid inscruieu to tho hatred entertained by the I t;»ptonese towards the people of Northern vjhina. ^-^^Ported^tiiab 1200 Japanese troopa fronithe island* of ...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOIIT. Tinore is quoted at 22s. 63 . , . Tfio Murist Brothers at Stole Orphan- / ' ago, Now Zealand, have boon removed, , owing to their cruelty tu the childroh under them. The Now South Waloq Government has granted free railway pusses1 to the men ?? computing at the Ikiabwie Rifle Meeting.

A CHEMIST'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

A CHEMIST'S OPINION. ' . I have been examining my sates of the various cough preparations that I sell, and find that during the past year I have sold twice as much of Chamberlain's Coufjh Remody as all the rest combined. This will show* that the people of this district appre ciate it most~highly. E. U. BRADFOAD, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Yass, For sale by C. I. Cavan'ough. URALLA, JU(<E IS, 1900.* " I havo stocked Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for the past year, and it sold very well, and gave entire.satisfaction to my customers.-(Signed) H. F. WOODS, Chemist." For sale by O. X. Cavanough. Thoman Goss, formerly a clerk in Pari'a Bank, who was remanded on a, cbnrgo of stealing from the bank on January 23, 1800, notes to the value of LOO,000, has fuIJy confessod tho thoft.. Junbe, April 7, 1PO0, 10 Kivo i\n opinion n l ConRh R<Tcdy, »ud »? m we hare been, for wo con aml whi'/h t1' h>" mot wil11 1 ""'ly said, atm wh«eh quite surpassed our stock Tho tm.),lnVyti:h\8a,...

THELATEST. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

H TBCXS LATEST. <>. " . i LONDON, Sunday. ivj'-A Russian force has captured Taitscliow, "TOpital of the Province of Helling Kinog. j ? . Russia assures. the Powers tlmt tlio ^Russian'trooiis in Munohurm will lii) with :: drawn when order is established, and .the i railway protected. i^.5Tho.01iinoso authorities at Arooy nro "guaranteeing the maintcnanco of order.

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 September 1900

Brief Mention. IN MAN Famines Fund bazaar a success. Roum> of Tourmimews on tho tapis. CHEAI' oxcursion train leaves to-night. WESLEY AN Church social on Thursday night. AORICOLTURAL Society moot on Friday night. THE Polico Mngistrale relieving at Grafton.. ; . -j GLEN .'INNES tennis pUyors to play Tontiirfiold a roturnmatch. HARES are- becoming numerous in this district. Farmersbeeoraing alarmed. THE sum advanced to settlers amounts to L'200,000, and the repay ments to L9000S I UNDER 6,000,000 people in thp/fiunine stricken districts of India are receiving rolief. THE fleeces'of tlio stud rams,'belonging to tlio Spring Pastoral Company, averaged 321b lOoz.' THE Frenoh are experimenting at Calais with a now Creusot gun, with a rangu of 20 miles. THE Caultield Champion Steeplechase was won by Steersman, Chelsea second, and Rosebud third. THE autumn lambing roturns in the Wagga District gives a per centage of 78 as against 60 last year. THE Anglican Synod has decided to create.a Ce...

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