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THE A.J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

THE A.J.C. RACES. THE Spring moating of the Australian ?Jockey Club opened on Saturday, .tlio weather being fine, and uttcHdanco uood. The meeting was not free from casualties, three horses falling in the Dorby, tbo jockey S. Callinan, fracturing his collar bone. Following are the, results tr Hurdle Kacu : Oboron,' Laborer, Abeis dare. . . f; Trial Stakes: Lancaster," San' Ffan, Barbarousa. . Derby : Malster, Hautboy, Hautesse. Epsom Handicap : Ampier firnt,. Cynnido, second, Aiild : Lang Syne . and Dundy dead heat for third -place. Won by two lengtltB ; timo_ 1' mio. 41Joeea. 'Lbe winner started at 20 ti 1. ' . Spring Stakes: Paul Pry, Tarquin, Mora. Kensinnton Handicap : Loch Cleveden, Stelene, Boreas. It is better to b jy one bottle of FAULT) ISO'S EUCALYPTUS OIL, than hulf a dezon of nny hlIht brand. Try it, urn! prove it for yourself. Sydney Office, 18 O'Connell Street.

N. S. W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

IT. S. W. PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Council on Thursday, the bill introduced by Mr. flattery to provide for the legitimation of children whose jjinrenta married after thoir birth, passed its second reading by twonty*four I votes to seven. The bill WHR afterwards panned through Committee, with verbal amendments.

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

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ''.m"«aoS!!f,,hI0nitl,ly "f the con. s w jtr b,j,. ,n4 b :;t"-u weruroifl"n'?S \'f ,liu, f"mi"U8 meeting Mr Snili . "" ''>o inoiion of Ini o l'" ' ""i""1?'''1 by Mr" Wilki'! . in the Hhicnco nf i|,u Secretary, Mr Ruadett kindly acted in his stead. CORRKSFOKIIKNCE. (1.) From the Hnn. Secretary Cnle aonion Society ftdviMiu;; thnt the following . resolution hud been passed |,y jfg . ° nntteoat tliuir last nioetiii" " That th.i : £1 Is osked for by the for damage done to tho Society's grounds- on the 1st January bo tint paid, as llio care taker of tl.o ground, and two others had reported that no damage had boon dona to the ground on that occasion." L ex planation Mr. Aubrey intimated tlmthe the llTr >0 grTnd "" tho "'oming of the 1st January, when ho found tI) °t_ houses m n di8l;ril0ljful eonditfT they woio awaro at a.previous meeting ho had moved that tho caretaker report on the alleged damage done, with the result that ho reported tlmt no damage had been d...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

SYDNEY, .MOSDAYVNIOHT. * . Tmoro is quoted.ftfc.22a. 6d. ? >< ? J. J. Kennedy, postinastor ?. «t Glouces ter committed suicide on Saturday.. A umu named Barrett was aocideutly shot dead at Mangrove Swamp-m ? the Windsor distriot yesterday while opposaum shooting. ? ... A party of German troopora killed sixof:. thoijat.iveB at tho Admiralty Islands/who recently took part ur tlio murder of' 160 other natives. .>' A liaro faced robbery was poipetrafced ut Summer Hill on Saturday.'night;: Whilo a grocer was . delivering an order, three moil took his . liprBo. and-cartj and drovo oil. Thu empty cart-wua found yestordny near Stunmore. > Tho groceries taken wero valued at L10. . ' LONDON, Sunday. : There is,several-fresh cases*of plaguu ia Glasgow.

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL,. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. : Wheat, 2B 9d to 2s 10(1 per buB. . :'. ..''Flour, L6Bsto L8 IGsporton Lucerne, LI 15s to L2 15s per ton ;. Chaff, L210s to L310s per ton :? j . Potatoes L2 10a,tbL31f>s per ton; Bl&izo, prime 2s, Gd toS^^ciper-bus, .: Onts, Is' 94 to'!2si{d per\bus.''. ? Cheese, 4d to Gdpe'rlb. , > Eggs, 7d to 7^d per doz. ; ; '\ Brcon, 5id to Tid per lb. ' jK Hnms"7|d to 9|id pet lb. Butter, iTopfc creariiery and factory^9£d dpiry. 8Jd t<i 9d per lb.

Yesterday's Homebush SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

Yesterday's Homebush . ; SYDNEY,: .MONDAY SIGHT.' -MESSRS." Pitt'Son and Bad^ery report as follows, 814 cattle wore yarded, the market, being turner. Best beef worth 24tf per lOOlbs. Bullocks, LG 10s to L13 4s, COWB L5 to L8 5a. -:.K . . , About 1300 sheep wore penned; values being higher. .Wethers 9s Cd to 10s 6d j e'wesj 8a 6d;to 14s.

THE TENTERFIELD Interrolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

iTHfc TENTERFiEl I, ,', \ Jwterf'fflomal Couiitv /'r' 'AND., P^irfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. LOCAL NEWS. ? ROAD CONTRACT.- Tenders for'.rond contract 11/001, Amosfield , to- /Acacia' Creek, were opened yesterday;, John Crisp, £573 7s, was the lowest. ? ANNUAL LEASE. The -following' ap plication for. an annual lease was made, on . Friday - at the local ; Lands Office : Catherine E. I)i'ury,vl95 acres,' parish ; Forestland,county Olive. : ?. : SilE OF ANNUAL LKASE.-At the Lands Oflico ut noon,to-day;< . tho . CrownLand . Agent will submit to auction two- blocks -v-<iM280 rcti'f MINI);. fot prazii)(t puipot:cs only, on the Jtfink: uf KoreelaliiCruek., ; ? . QUOIT ;MATCH.-At Drake on-Saturday a quoih niatch for ilO/'aBido- was- .played . lwtween ,AV. Parker,»and. H.'-FnrroH, tho* former -winning by .7. points; >Owingf to Farrell being dissatisfied with-;tho result;-' we; undeiclnnd that 'another, match .will shortly fake place * r...

Sensational Incidents. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

Sensational Incidents. SYDNEY, MONDAT. ? WHILE : Mr.'' Hitfae, the Government Armourer, was h'andling a shell on Satur day, it burstjsliiitterin^ both his arms, and .'injuring him otherwise so seriously that he died. A man named Dariiei O'Connoll, while jumping from a tram car at Newcastle to gethis baf, fell between two cars. He had. both his arms cut off and received in ternal iujuries, death ensuing shortly afterwards. ?A boy named Garside, aged G, while playing with some other boys pushing n railway truck at Newcastle along, fell' down and Was run ovor, death being instantaneous.

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

CRICKET. A mooting of tho Nol team of cricketers, selected by tho sub-committee appointed by tho local Cricket Association for the purpose of equalising tho town tennis this season^ mot at the School of Arts on Fri day night, when thoro was a igond attendance, Mr. J. L. Keif occupying tho chair. It was resolved that tho club bt* called the Waratah Cricket, Club, and that the colors be maroon and whito. The following oftice'bDarciH wore elected : President, Mr. T. Walker, (Tunterfiold Station); Vice'Treaidants, Messrs F. Knmpp, W. H. Warner, E. W. Whereat* J, E. Brown ; Hon. Si'cretnry, Mr. J. A. Wyman ; Hon. Treasurer, Mr C. Kraho ; Committee, Messrs Keif, B. FitzhardingCj, M. Baldey. S. Wheveat, J. Smith, J1. Westbury. The members fee was fixed ac5s for tho season. Messrs Kraho, Keif and Wyman were appointed delegates to the Association. A meeting of No 2 cricket toani will bo held in the School of Arts to-night, -tu which ell interested aro iuvited.

Early Closing Act. AMENDED BILL NO IMPROVEMENT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

Early Closing Act. - . i AMENDED :, BILL NO IMPROVE MENT. .«*' SYDNEY; MONDAY NIOHT. - THE Amended Early Closing Bill is con- ' sidered vory little if any improvement on the present Aot. " ' .

ARBOR DAY AT LEECH'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

AREOR DAY AT LEECH'S GULLY. WITH tho commendable object of im proving the appearance of tiie grounds surrounding the Public School at Leech's Gully, an,application was sometime ago made for n number of trees. These ar rived last week, and were promptly placed in the ground. On Friday a picnic was hold to celebiutc-the event, at which the most of tlio residents of tho district^ and a few visitors from town were present. Several of the storekeepers in town t-up plied '"lollies, toys, etc.', while the loial people contributed- mi abundfinCG'of re freshments^ to which; thuM present were invited.'to ? partake. A ? most" enjoy able afternoon ^WM':lA.''.BpBrit',:'byv:.'old. and young members of tho gather ing, tho' latter, iongaging , thdiiisolvos iu games, racing;'btc. to their heart's bent. The teacher (B1r. Thomas King) and his .wife, 'did everything thoycould to make matters enjoyable for all concerned. When the erection of ' the residence is corapiefa&^Iiia S^oo^i]|>b((votA...

St. Mary's Cathedral. THE DEDICATION CEREMONY. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

St Mary's Cathedral. THE DEDICATION CEREMONY. SYDNEY, MONDAY. THK dedication of St .Mary's Cathedral yesterday was the finest spectacle of an ecclesiastical type ever.seau in Australia, Thero was an immense congregation present, including three Governors, nearly all the leading Catholic prelates in Aus tralia, and a great number of leading citizens. Mozart's Twelfth Mass was performed by an united chpir of over 200 picked voices. (The collection amounted ^to^'IJIOOO. Cardinal ""Mortiu*s donation: \vaa a cheque for L1000. The 1 Cardinal stated that L12,500 had been raised within tho past'year.. , .MONDAY NIGHT. The first Australian Catholio Congress wap opened this morning in. the presence of a largo attendance of clergy and laity. Cardinal Moron delivered an inaugural address.. ' % '

The Breelong Blacks. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

The Breelong Blacks. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. ?During yesterday- afternoon tho Bree long blacks entered a liouso;owned^' by . a man named M'Kny, and helpedthemselves^ .to sugar mid blankets; The house v;as! unoccupied, and wns not .ynrrisoned- . ItT was close to the l oad; and onljvtwo - miles from the NundlePost Office.1 T1ib polico, therefore,- thought .it'.waB unlikely that the blacks:; would:. visit i.suoli' ;.>an !i'exposed position :Last evening a cattlo^dog followod tlioir trailtfor; somo.fcime.' butlost.tlie: sceiifc at suinoj logs, i.ivhicli ..ltrwould not '-pass. :: A search.wag made for.a couplo of. hours at this place, but no-furllier trace of the fugi tuLs was obtained '?iThiB.moinine.W.-Cogdoni and. George Chapman saw the blacks aboubifour miles from Nundlo. i but tliati''.,'divinily,;which doth ; bedgo a king" must: also . extend its benign influence to . the.Governors- - 'J1 lie two civilians had left their guns-standing1 ayainst a tree, over ' thirty - yards -from whoi o ...

Another Tragedy. A GIRL SHOT DEAD. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

Another Tragedy. A GIRL SHOT DEAD. ' SYDNEY, MONDAV NIGHT. ANOTHER domestic tragedy occurred at South YanjYean, Melbourne, yesterday, A young man named Gordon eliob his sister*in-]aw Rose Wormoyce, aped 17» dead, and then attempted his own .life. Tho bullet entered the girl's ear, and right; through iho he*d, death being in stantaneous. Gordon then fired two * shots at himself, one entering the fore head, fraoturing tho skull, and causing the brrtin.s to protrude. There is no hope of.' recovery. Gordon was only a few weeks married. The motive of the crime is un known.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

Post Office T^me Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR Wilsons' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, «t 9*30 p.m. Sydney, Glon Innes Ariuidale, Maitiand, and Newcastle, G'ISVp.m. (Saturdays exceptod. , Tabulatn, Caaino, Lismore, and Richmond River-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12'30p.m, « Timbarra, and Steinbrook--Tuesday and ' Friday, at 9'30 p.m. Leavo Wednes day and Saturday at«G a.m. Drake, Sandy Hill, and Rossiterville Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12*30p.m. , BoHshaw-Monday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leavo Tuesday and Saturday &t5 a.m. Bryaa'e Gap-Tuesday and Fridayat 21*45 a.m. "Wallangarra and Queensland daily at 10*30 a«ro, (Sunday oxcoptcd.) MAILS AliRlVE PUOAt Sydney, Glen Innes, Armidale, WeBt Maitiand, and Newcastle-Daily (ex . cept Sundays) at 1150 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilaou'a Downfall Thursday ind Sunday, nt 5*30p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (excopt Satardays) at 5*45 p.m. Tabulam, CaBino, and liichrarnd River Same as Drake. ' Timbarra, and Steinbr...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S 'i A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tho moot offoctlvo preparation Tor ridding tho month or tho aroma of tobacoo, ana loavlng a pleasant too to. M. toil!,, {BnplUh rata), at and Slcrts. F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. . 71 Bold & Sttver MidaU and Diploma*. P Solicitors. / ? ' - XAIGAXi. . J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, &c.,. Rouso-stroofc, - Tontorflold. p\URING my temporary absenco in ? ? '? South Africa niy affairs will, be. car ried on and my business imuiugod by/Mr.' H. W. VVcigall, Solicitor,.Conjmissiuuer Jo ffidavit* &c. Trzut Money to Ziond on Approvod Socurlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. ILL VISIT TENTERFIELD arid attend Court when required. ( ; C. Wood Readett, Solicitor,' Proetor, .Conveyancer. &c., - ,'V', ' TTAS . commenced Practice! in.«Tonioi-. XX :field,' next door to Mr. . J. Folding's. Store. Money. to Lend on approved Seourily. Trespass> Notice. F consequence...

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

THE LATEST TRIUMPH. HONOR FOR AN AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT. , JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG. BRANDY. following cablo appeared in the local papors of July lCth _. .: LONDO.V, July 14th.-Messrs Joshua Bros,, of Metbourno, huvo been nopninted ?v :»by4Royal Warrant to supply their Bnomerang.Bramly to the households o! .the %Queen v - ths Prince, of Wales and the Duke of York." v>;' -:v . " WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO;" Manufactured:by > the O.iT. WILLIAMS CO. . ;- i . ' ' Best Amerioari Make - - - . > ' ' Best' Amerloan , ' , . u GAINING DAILY IN PUBLIC FAVOR, ' i WATERBURY WATCHES. E's a wefry punctual bloke. > . . . . .< ..-.j ir. . v'E is, Bobs, . ?.*.<r.- 'KM reauh Krugeron the.stroke, ? J- o ; . 1 ... ..'E;will Bobs ; ^ /. . . ' . . . i So if 'o names a date ? 1 . iJuefc write it on a Huto, . f - 'V.3-. . . ; . . You'll find 'e wont be late. ?*???;. , ; ; .. . .. ... Gen'ral Holm. v , " Punctually regulated by a WATERBURY WATCH., Medical Men in Paris recommend the use...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

Railway Time Table. The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter field at 7'10j>.m.- daily;, Satrrtfijs -ex ceptod, and.for' Brisbane u-,ll'SO.'oi'ttj daily, Sundays excepted. ' '''', The GoodB. Train leaves Tenteirflel J for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and atnrday mornings at 6 a.m., and or ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tenter fleld, and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follow: Tjutebfieed to SiEMBr. let (lasr. Single ... ... SA X 0 2nd Clan, Single ... ... 2 10 0 Seturi Tickets, available for Two Months. - 1st Clasii JE5 12 6 2nd Clais ... .. ... 3 10 0 . Wild AS0ABBA O BbISHANK. \let CIbbh, Single ..; ... JB1 10 l . - 2nd Clai 8, Single ... ... 1 B s. N lBt Clasu, Kelnrn .S l'O 2nd Class, Eeturn ...v118 2

TELEGRAMS. Southern Sporting. THE METROPOLITAN, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

TELEGRAMS. Southern Sporting. THE METROPOLITAN, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. ' , " IT is estimated that Ampior's supporters, .take; away L30,000. .from the - Sydney"', bookmakers. ' . ; "Early,; Bird," .tips. Paul Pry or Cy-! 'abide ,for:', the' " Metropolitan Stakei, Nevermore and Alix next in order.: f V Martiridale " fancies Cyanide, Paul. Pry, Dandy, or Hautesse. The latest betting for tho Metropolitan is 5 to l'Paul Pry, 0 to 1 Dandy and Cyanide, 10 to 1 Ace of Diamonds, Johansen, Barbaioasa,- 12 tq 1 Prince' Carbine,16 to 1 Boreas, S.t Clare, Haute&e, Glenore, 20 to 1 Reviver, Blue Metal, Fairy Prince, Inquirer, Crosslake, Rick-' shawr, Alix, Acetino, Ambition, 25' to 50 to 1 others.

The Electoral Divisions. WHAT THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH" SAYS.. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 September 1900

The Electoral Divisions.- .. WHAT THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH" SAYS.. Thb Electoral -Boundary Commission have not yefc completed their revision of tho districts for Lho House of Representa- ' tivea. Since the discrepancies in thepopula- .. tion in the different electorates, was pointed out in this .paper, and since tho objections to some of tho divisions wero given, several changes in the boundaries have been proposed. The figures that were first issued aro subject, of course, to'modification. But'-.: it io improbable that tho proportion will be very materially altered by the 'collec tions that are now being 'made of the number of electors in each of tho dis tricts. I ^ The case of Tonterfield has been con sidered, and will probably be dealt with on tho lines ^tnab havo been indicated: before.

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