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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

I" SAID TO BE DYING ! fa THAI consumption may be effectually cured by Dr Williams' Pink Pills has .been, proved conclusively by "the many published testimonials to which we .now add the testimonial ol Mr. Wijjiam .Frederick Byrnes, of Toolern, near Mel lon on.rh*. Bacch.us'Marsh line, Victoria. A considerably time , ago. symtoms ot consumption imritlested themselves io inn young man, ind an experienced doc , 'i&r alter examining him declared him to be suffering trom consumption ol. thte. . Jungs, and tuberculous affection .of"' the hip . the complaint *ven having spread to that portion ot his body.-*- Gradually the insidious disease weakened the young man.until he was confined altogether to BEFORE CURB. his bed He was taken to Melbourne to; be treated, and four noted doctors there, declared him incurable. He was removed to the-Melbourne HospitJ, and after consultation, several .skilled surgeons performed an operation upon the diseased hip, but, unfortunately, the desired.rel...

Casino-Lismore Railway. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

Casino-Lismore Railway. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. . IN tho Legislative Council last night,' tho' Cuaino-Lismoro Railwny JBill passed; the aoooud reading and Committee' stages., I:'. without amendment. ! ' . ^

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

03sri«"sr asica-SKE? jou^srss jsacosssa; SEPT. 10 lr [TOO , LATE] 18 [TOO , LATE! 12 19 [TOO , UTE] 13 20 [TOO , UTE] 14 21 [TOO , UTE] 15 "22 [TOO UTE] 16 [TOO , LATE] 23 [TOO ' UTE] BEB'ORE THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE OFFER ,, OF THE 11 "inirni nnirnii nngTtiiiiini » (NINTH KDITION-THE LATEST) BY. (L(iNDON) AT A DISCOUNT OF SO PER CENT. A BARGAIN FOR BOOK BUYERS. TO DELAY IS DANGEROUS. . " A LL GOOD tilings moat have on end," s»y3 tho adage. Hail the sage who first XJL propounded I ilia maxim been of a lets pussimistio turn of minil he might have ob served that evil things, as well, arc not iib.vnys eternal; but bp that as it rtuy, the nriii^c that he made fits thx case in hand exactly. We refer to the London " Times " ENCYCLO PAEDIA BRITANNICA enterprise. For, firBtufall, it is an essentially good thing since it has already placi'd the great international standard" library of reference in hundreds of homes in New Sou'h Wales-placed them at only half the usual cost, and yet prrmitn the ...

THE CHINA WAR. LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

LONDON, September 3. Tho Russian forces have captured the town of Tsitcliar, in Manchuria. Reuter's correspondent in China status that Li.Hung Cluing has announced that the heir apparent to tho throne has sui cided at. Potingfu, and that Prince Chang is willing to return to Pekin if ho is guar-intced his liberty. ' Thore is a wholesale exodus among the Chinese, "who are in fear of th® Japanese troopj. ?: Russia/lias regained of the M(j*ic!7uriiin railway. "'"An epidemic of suHdo lias set in at Pekiii, where.'-whole families of?Chineae are hanging themselves. The " Times'" states that neither the honor nor the interest* of Great| Britain will permit of an acceptance of Russia's propoBttl to withdraw from China. Tho Gorman newspapers diciare that a .withdrawal at the present juncture would :be a fatal confession of weakness. The French Government is wavering. ; \ > . LONDON, September 4. . Tho Russians havo occupied every fortress in Manchuria except Mukden, and irely upon tho agre...

THE LATEST. LONDON, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

LONDON, September 5. Ladybrand, on the eastorn frontier of tho Orange River Colony, ta besieged by four Boer Commandoes, numbering .1000 incn. Tho garrison, which consists of only 350 men, was still holding out <>n Tiiesdiiy nftornoon. Genoral Botha,, with several thousand mon and four big guns, ia holding a strong position overlooking Lydonburg, in the Transvaal, ana checking the advanco of Goneral Buller. Tho British force WHS under a heavy sho'.l fire all day on Saturday, and be:, liaved migsiiliceutly. ? , . Goneral Ian Hamilton has boon sent to assist General Bullar, nhd turn" tlid entniy'o position. ; ' Botha's position iB comp.ived to that _at Laing's Nek, in Natal. ,* The Boev.H have beeujnuintainiug a con tinuous but 'ineffectual lire with ten guns, the British losses so far being few. There is a lavgo Boer commando on tho Vetltivor, in tho Orange Hivor Oolony. The Boers derailed a train on tho Piotersburg line, injuring some men of the West Yorkshire ltegimen...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. The Blacks Encountered. ALLOWED TO ESCAPE. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

The Blacks Encountered. . ALLOWED TO ESCAPE. SYDNEY,. Thursday ThoBreelong iluoks today bailed up a foncor named Wobdley, about twelve milos from "Nundle, aud had 'dinner with him. .A'party ..of civilians suddonly camo.upon thorn, and the cloture of thoputlaws ought to have' oeon an easy inattor. Tl>o fucfc that ; the civilians had .come upon the objects of their search seemed, however, to bo too 111uc 11 for them, and they looked on calmly while tho Governors fired a couple of shots at th<"m. Without waiting to'see tho effeot of thoir fire tho blacks ran away; leaving behind them everything but their arms and ammunition. Although the civilians" wore all armed thoy did nothing to stop the fugitives. s LATEE. In l'io Legislative-Assembly yestordaj' under motion of adjournment, reference was again mado with regard to the manner in which tho'search for the Breelong blacks had been carried out. - A full in quiry was urged. .vliv,' O.'Sullivan admitted that j there appeared...

The Breelong Blacks. LETTERS TO THE POLICE [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

x The Breelong Blacks. LETTERS TO THE POLICE "To tho polico of N.S.W., " tho first letter- runs, and continues-" My denr Ethel. You did not now suppose you was free, dear, when you wiib with mo ; you never think that you was at homo. I have been good to you," and often said the Lord tako mo away. I hope Ho got you. You know you aro going fast, dear. I suppose you glad, but I inn not. I feel sorry for you, deal- Ethel. If tho policy are willing to send you in tho mountains with a sulky, I will come back with you to' Dubbo Gaol, and will then give tho tale of murdor. The police must not como in the ranees with my wifo when they dome with sulky. If thoy give my farewell to enjoy myBelf, they can have me then, audi will tell all about tho murder. Tf you do that, put in the paper, and I will see, and tell where to send my wifo to got me. ; I go to that, tho wilful truth, while the Lord is in Heaven: I will go to Dubbo. Then when all is over, they can put the ropo roundiuy neck, and that ...

AN UNDOUBTED AUTHORITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

AN UNDOUBTED AUTHORITY. .It is not often that the person who desires to . possess; ?» library has such facilities afforded for obtaining one as are offered by the proprietary of the Loudon TIMES. It is an encyclopndia that is oflered, but, as it -is' the ? " Encyclopedia- Britannica," whoever may become possessed of ono may congratulate himself on having at once acquired what is virtually a Iibrury. And it is.a library which is well stocked. No matter what tho subject upon which information is desired may bo, it is em braced in fclio " Britannica," and it is presented 0.1 the authority of u'n.oxport whose qualitications are admitted by all. The edition offered is tho ninth, and it is therefore the latest. Tho original price of tho sot <if volumes was £'37, but by tho entoi prise of "The Times" proprietary in lepiiutiiig tlio tooks it is now possible to procure tho completesotat a reduction of £'20, h aving the net cost at £17. Should the seeker after this excellent set of...

STATEMENT FROM A N.S.W. EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

- SIITKMKNTFROM A N.SAV. BMROR Vi-ymi; Ii. Ritclilo, Esq., Eilit?r. «..«.< :'*iBerrigon Advocate," recently aUtiul tli.it. ho had bcon induced some time ago, to J'Y ChamberUiu> Cough Remedy loi his duhl ren. aud that the result, was so su.ti6fai.tuiy that he now koopo it nil the trnio ,iu lua Koine. For Bala by 0.1. Cavaimugl!

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

LONDON, September 3. It ia reported that Major-Genoral Baden-Powell and Commandant Do Wet recently raced to occupy Wambalha, and the Boors won by a few minutes. General Baden-Poivcll, however, expel led them before they were ablo to arrango for the defence of the position, and com pelled them to retreat to Stinng Nek. MajorGeneralPonell mado elabjrato preparations to bivouac, nnd during the night occupied the railwiiy 16 miles to the rear of tlio Boor position. By tapping the telegraph line' he -discovered that Commandant Botha was sending a train full of reinforcements from Petersburg in responao to Do Wet's appeal. A trep was then laid to capturo the train, but it failed owing to the Boers huvin^ cov:brcd tbu presence of Major-Gendrnl Baderi-Powojl's torco. . ' - GenerarBuiler is now at Badfontom. Colonel Pngot is at Nylstroom, midway between Pietersburg. Colonel Plumcr has defeated Com mandant Pretorius to tbe*east of Piemiar's River, capturing 26 prisoners, 1000 cattle, and 31 w...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

Brief mention. FROSTY nights. fritpiT trei'ii blosKoimui;. CRICKET moetiugs to night. Sl'MKO goods now nu exhibition. RKOISTER your dogs tins month. . SALE of annual leases i.n Tuesday, . A- J. 0. Dkiuiv and E|ismii to-morrow. .Mil \V. N.,.WILMS M;P;ivas-111 town this week buying Imrsfp A quantit y of trout fry hits lioon released i in the Deopwiitor'rncr - ( ? The Wealeyuii social in t.lio Church; lasti night WHS n iiiost enjoyable «vent,. THE Deepwater Jockey Club havo>;Ciit: out a programme of L70 for tho,- meeting on New"Veari?Day. The hig.handicnp.will bo 1,30. "Mr James Marsh, a rosideut of Hay for tho past 50 years, lnw died nbtho.ugo . of 104 years. This is the fourth conten nriah who has died in the colony during tho past,-f«w days. "Tit's' for tho Epsoiii : Dandy ;is the; favorite of tipsters. ." Martindalo " . lft' tho Town and Country ; iho ' Bulletin nnd . a tipatorlin the Reforeo plump stramht.fol ium. Another tipster in thu -Referee . stands by Auld Lang fayni. THE...

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

. S. v/. PARLIAMENT.-: IN the Assembly on Tuesday, llio order of tlio day, "Hotels Diminishing Bill, second reading," was discharged, on tlio motion of Mr. Austin Cliapnmn. A bill to regulate tlio size of cases used inlhosaleof fruit was introduced, and read a first time. Mr. Hawchorno carried a motion to have laid on the table of tlio Houso a ro turn showing the names of all clergymen who huvo given religious instruction in tho public ^ch'iols of this colony for the year ended 30lh June, 1899. Tho adjournment of tlio Houso was moved by Mr. M'Farlnno, to cull attention to the administration of the Forestry Department. Owing to tho want of a quorum, tho j Houso adjourned at 7.5 p.m. till thjj following dny.

SHOOTING AFFAIR AT ROCKHAMPTON. Charge against a Jockey. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

SHOOTING} AFFAIE AT BOOK -HAMPTON. Charge against a Jookey. A SERIOUS Bliooting affair occurred abiut 8 o'clock on Tuesday niglit, nt tlie : resi dence of Mr. J. S. Henderson, tlie owner of Casuarina Island, and lately of Mar chant. On 4th August last a jockey named Jack Smith was disqualified for auspicious riding at the meeting of the Rockhampton Jockey Club. Smith ap pealed to tho committee, nnd the com mittee, of which Mr. Henderson is a member, considered tho application at ? meeting that afternoon, lhe statement in the hands of the police ia to the effect that about an hour afterwards Smith, while in the street, made threats to shoot all the members of the committee, but this was merely regarded aa the idle talk of an angry man'. Later in tho ovening, however, he was seen in a hotel with a loaded revolver, and repeated his threats. Tho revolver was thereupon taken from him. About 8 o'clock he drove to Mr.1 Henderson's house in a cab, and sent the cabman in for Mr. Henderson. T...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

Municipality of Tenter? -field. HOTIOE is hereby given tlmt Xiogan-st., from its inturacclion with Milea-ai. to ita iutorsootion with Douglas-st.; is CLOSED AGAINST TBAFli'IO . pending repairs. ' W. REID, Mayor. Town Hull, 3rd September, 1900. Municipality of Tenter field. * TENDERS for 200 Cubic Yards : of 2-INCH METAL, to bo placed on Main Northovu Road, will be received lip , .'to MQNDAY NEXT, the 10th iiist,,;>t. O »iv P-T. 6 per cont. to bo deposited' with tender. The lowest or any tender-not, necessarily accepted. , . , ' W. It. AUUREY. Council Clerk. : Town 'Hull, 8rd Septomber, 1000( The Moorish Market. Prooeeds in aicl of Anglican Ciiurcli Building Fund. Sbptamber 26th, 27th, and 28th. A'l'TRAOnvn novHTIRS. . "ORIENTAL COSTUMUS. THE EVENT OF. THE YEAH. -Ji; (illANVILLE SMITH \ .1oiiit K. DKUA1UOND /Hon. Sees. Y?< '? ~i JP p. E LTM ISARr NOTICE. THE USUAL ABUTTAL Military Tournament Wn.r.vBE'lIELDONTUB' .'i . Shew Grounds < ON ^OTsreaadLlbiea* A. J, ...

ENDORSED AT HOME. Such proof as this should convince any Tenterfield citizen. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

ENDORSED AT HOME, Suob proof as thiB should convinco Tontarfield citizen. The public endorsement of a local citi zen 1b tlie best proof that can be produced.. None butter none stronger can be hod. When a man comes forward and testifies to his fellow citizens, addresses his friends and neighbours you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced cr he would not do so. Telling one'B experience when it is for the public good is an act of kindness whioh should be appreciated. The follow ing statement given by a resident of Ten terfield adds one more to the many cases of home endorsement which are being published about the " Little. Oonqueror Bead it Mr. John Baldey, Baker, House St., this town, says I can speak a good word for Doan's Backache Kidney. PHIB. 1 have uacd'thia medicine for severe back-' aoho. which Ibelieve was caused . by the KidtieypJjeingout of order. The pains were, rniipt unpleasant and very obstinate' and I was most glad to get such a valuable remedy as those kidney pills fo...

DISEASES IN STOCK BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

DISEASES IN STOCK BILL. . SHORTLY before the Legislative Assembly rose on Friday morning the Minister for Mines and Agriculture, Mr. Fegan, intro duced a bill to make provision for the prevention and euro of diseases in stock. It is provided in the measure, as drafted, that where stock kept or pastured on any land are diseased the occupier of the land or the manager, agent, or superintendent of euoh occupier, within 48 houis, and where travelling Btock are disoased, the person in chnrge, within 24 hours from the time when such occupier, manager, agent, superintendent, or person first knew that the stock wero diseased, shall serve notice thereof on the noarest inspector end the nearest member of the policc force and shall, so far n* practicable, draft out and keep separated diseased stock from stock not diseased. If such notices are not served, or if stock are not drafted out, and kept soparated as required by this section, the occupier, manager, agont, .superintendent, or person afo...

THE CRICKETING SEASON. Teams Selected [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

THE CRICKETING SEASON Teams Selected The winter game of football having con cluded ita term our local cricketers are now making A move towards, arranging for the approaching season. There is every reason to believe that the season will be a most successful orio from a criukoting point of view, much more interest having developed in the game lately. Wo understand that it is likely Bolivia, Bungulla and other outside clubs will jointho Associati >n this year. Tho sub-coramittoe recently appointed by tho Association for tho purpose of drafting two teams mot on Tuesday, when those mentioned below wero selected. They will requiro to join the Club in which they have been selected ; aeparato meetings of ouch team .being called for to night at the School of Arts to arrange all details . in connection with formation. It is hoped that the attendance of "cricketera will be largo, so that the seasou may bo opened on a solid basis. The selected teams are as follows: No. 1 Tenm : - Messrs J. L...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 7 September 1900

BIRTH. CAMERON. — At Tenterfield Station on 30th August, the wife of D. M. CAMERON (of Welltown) of a daughter. MARRIAGE. McFAYDEN — HUNTER — On the 29th of August, 1900, at St. Peter's Church of England Cathedral, Armidale, by the Rev. A. G. Perkins, HENRY, third son of the late ROBERT THOMAS McFAYDEN, of Armidale, to ELIZA- BETH, third daughter of JAMES HUNTER, of Tenterfield.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

FOK S^XiXI. GOTTAOE i Orchard, Garden, etc. Bargain for Quick Sale. \V. J GIBSON) Auctioneer. FOR SA.XiX3. SITTINGS of BHOWN >md WHITE | LEGHORN, ANDALUSIAN, MIN ORCA, end HOUDANS at 5s per ret, guaranteed. If not fertile will be replaced. Tho aliovo birds ate ill pnr.o*t»korfi. Also I sumo pure-bred BERKSHIRE PIGS by Tenterfielri -Station imported Sire. Inspeo* lion invited. For full paiticularB, apply . J. H. SOMMERLAD, Spring Valley Farm, Tcnterfield,. NOW IS YOUR TIME.] SEND in your KANGAROO, WALLA ROO, anil WALLABY SKINS, ami parfiuipiite in the big advance in PRICE that I r.m mn-giving - WM. H. EVENIS, Soap \Yorks.. TENDERS. r|lENDERS will be - received by the JL Undersigned up to tho 15th INSTANT for PAINTING Two Houses. THREW COATS, (Labour only) at per yard. For further particulars apply MANAGER, Tenterfield Station., Donations to Indian Famine Fund.r ColIeotBd by Messra. T. Feberdy | ' ? and S^n. £ s d Stranger . - 0 8 Sympathiser ..1 ,26 ' . 2 6 '1 0 . 1 0 Pioceed. MIe...

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