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THE LATEST. BOERS GRADUALLY RETREATING. A TRAITOR FOILED. CONTINGENTS LEAVE ON THE 17th. LONDON, THURSDAY Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

raaHEE LATE ST. BOERS GRADUALLY RETREATING. A TRAITOR FOILED. CONTINGENTS LEA VE ON THE 17th. LONDON, THURSDAY Jan. 4. ThoBoers having boon reinforced nro disputing Major-General French's entry into Colesburg, but the General holds nil the captured positions, and tho Boera nro gradually retreating. I<ord Lovat, n young Scotch Peer, is taking to tho Cape loO gillies, and doer stalkers, ivllo .-U'O all good shots, ivilh tlieir ponies. - Thu American Ambassador in England is seeking redress for thu British seizure of American flour and othor goods at Delagoa Biiy. .- '.'. - General Buller requires another 200 stretcher bearers for uth'o ' Ambulance a^fvicej i ' V _ . . V<t£ : A desporate frtteinpJb,;wiiB, mndo by . V traitor 'to sencV British supplies to tho. Boers from Ronsbbrg. A train, load pff provisions was .standingwithout an engine, i -when the traitor re'inoved'thprbfakes .Und; siiii'ted-thq; trucks off in the direction;of the Boer linos. '. Tho British se...

SUNNYSIDE BATTLE. THE COLONIALS IN ACTION. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

SUNNYSiDE BATTLE. THE COLONIALS IN ACTION." ' LONDON, WEDNESDAY, Jnn. .3. Further particulars of the Sunnysido, engagement stato that Colonel Pilcher with 200 Queensland Mounted Rifles,' 100 Canadians, and 40 English Mounted; Rifles, marched within 4 miles " of tlie kopjes. ' .. J,riio Canadians attacked . the - Boeia' Laager, tho Queensland contingent workv ini; splendidly on 'he left position.. Two Canadian shells landed among tho tents of the Boers, who hurriedly ascend dod tlie hills, and fired continuous volleys on thoir opponents, but the fire was soon' subdued by tho Canadians, who landed thoir shells with wonderful accuracy. The Queenalandors under the com-' niand of Major Ricardo, 'assisted. by Captain Chauvel thon "delivered- . ii; front attack on the enemy's position! utterly routing thom and capturing 40 Boom with laager. Tho enemy suffered severely with killed and wounded. . ' ' 3 Queen slanders and 1 Victorian iwe'ro killed. , ? . The. names "f tho.Queensland .killed w...

Intercolonial Cricket Matches SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

XntercolonialCrioket?Matolies s ; SYDNEY, ;THonsuAY. iViqcoria defeated South Australia bl ;181 runs. Victormin .thuir first innings' made 353 and 298 in their, Rocond, South Australia .miide 250 And 220, Clom Hill - ..being'nofcout 126.. : ? N.S. Walos defeated Tasmania by four wickets. ;

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

tELEGBAM;^:;;0: Yesterday's Homebush' Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. . BIBSSHS. Pitt, Son, and Budgory report , as follows to-day : 1380;ehttlo wero yarded, tho trmrkot be ing unaltered. Best lioof was worth 20s. .. por lOOlbs ;|bultncksbroughtL3 to L810s ; .<? cows, L3. to L6 Os. . -- About 38000 ohcop wore ponnod, tlio market being a fjlmdo bottor. Wethdra brought from 7s 6d ,to 12s lid'; owes 7s to lis 2d. . . ..

Wilson's Downfall Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

|- "Wilson's Downfall Races.. A These races took place on Friday lasti, and: were largely; attended by, .looa; "people and visitors from all part's.-. 'jTlie. committeo. were very nctixe during -, tlip day, and^ did' their beat to cause things to go off in; tho most approved fashion. Mr.-C. Cullen was tho judge, and Mr. Av Hosking,; the Secretary, both- of .whom affordod: onliro satisfaction. A reirrot table incident occurred in the running of .tKb^ Viigj 'handicap, which altered -; the .pbsitions of.the horses. It appears that tliov rider of Errato wns under -tho ?impression1 that the distanco .was. only 6ncoround ..instead of twice, and wlion lie discovered his mistake tho-other horse, Good Bye, was too farahend to bo overhauled.. Tho following. are tlio-ro Bults oftho racing - ' ; Maiden Plate-Roeves's Stranger 1,. Culien's Diablo 2. ' . WelcorSo; Handicap-J. -iMcGarrigal's S Ivor Buckle 1, R. Flint's: Plover 2. ' . / Hack Race-0. 'Smith's: Nemo l,vD.> Culleii's Bandicoot 2. ?...

CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

CRICKET. AT a mooting of the Tenterficld Cricket Association held in tlio Sellout of Arts on Friday overling Inst, the continuation of mulches in connection with thi! 1st round wore drawn, with tlio following results : Bungulla C.C. piny West End C.C. January (ith and Kith on tlio Show ground. Christ Church C.C. play Sunnysido C.C, Ctii and 13th. at Sunnysido. Tcntcvfield C.C. n bye. / Tenterfield C,C. play West End C.C. January 20th and 27th'on Queen's Park. Christ Church QiQ. play Bungulta C.C. January 20th aim 27 th^n tlio Sh'ow Ground. = . - ' Sunnysido C.C. a byo.. . A meeeti'ng of the members of Christ ChrisfCricket Club was hold last Wednes day evening. Mr. H. Emanuel was elected Captain, and Mr. G. 'W. Beiitley .Vicc Cnptnin for, the season, on the motion of Messrs Wyman and 0, Scott. Mr. J. Wy man was elocted a delegate to the Toti terfiold Cricket Association, vice Mr. P. P. Tompson. It was resolved to make a call of one shilling each on members, in accordance with a minut...

Another Queensland Horror. THE MURDERER ARRESTED. BRISBANE, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Another Queensland Horror. . THE MURDERER ARRESTED.. BlUSBAKE, December 31.. ? INFORMATION has reaclied tlio .authorities pointing to the perpetration of a shocking, crime at lSurelin;' a^plnco; jiot' fiu1 ;.froiu, -Cliildcrs.Owing to;-telegraphic-"com munication. haying been'intunupted. no details had como to liniid to night, Vut the Commissioner of PoJicb ,1ms-been apprised tfeiibrally of-tlie occurronco.:' Ho has; taken steps to thoroughly investigate the matter. - This niuchis: certain, : that a liltle'girl lias been found deii'diundor ejr «umstanees suggesting both' outrage fimd murder. ,Tho nuino of the victim is given' as Maiy Lo Blowitz,' aged* 13. . The'girl left her parent's: home on tlio afternoon: of December 2C, taking a small . basket -in which to put some firewood.' Slio ivas accompanied by a small dog. '' Lato in the. cvomngtho'dog.returricd alono.; A search was mado for tlio liitle'girl, but no trace .of her was founds* As she: wiis. well ac-' -quainted with'tlio co...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, December, 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

' LONDON, December, 30. r Tho majority of the Eif'h Division of tho Army Corps lina reinforced Buller who command will soon nunibor 30,000., He has decided to await tho arrival of tho seigo tram bofore making a general nd vanco'. Tho Tugola River is rising tliua facili-' tatiwr any British attompt to catch tho enemy on tho south sido. There aro now 1(5,000. Boers hetwoon Colunso and Springfield and 8000 botween Ladysmith., - The Boers are erecting fresh siege gnns toreplacothose destroyed by Jho British at Ladysmith. The British Governmo.it is appealing for a Yeomanry Corps of 10,000 men. General White has signalled that Ladysmith can hold out safely for six weeks. The Boers are ontronchod many miles west of . Gonoral Mothuen's position at tho Modder Rivor, and u" turning move ment is almost impossible. Intense heat prevails at Lndysinith. The Boor's efforts to obtain recruits from West Africa havo been prevented.' Tho British liavo captured six waggons of Btoros consigned to tile B...

1899. SYDNEY, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

,}; -IS©©. , ? . (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, December 30. Thb old year is passing away, and 5F»rt* ,.vi"fe£Iu!ru the change . - 3?® hSUros, IS closo upon U3 Thn Tho" Ehfi''° tin-ie8 OUt!,ido ara t'ortentious. death ^ S,W cODfe'!!°Totl in » SmiHi A* ? ti lts Bul,rT);icy in cd nnAim01' .HortrooPanre bclengucr nfcOlB^ 1"ifi succossos irtro achieved GrSitn ?!, "lid uraspan, they resulted in littlo permanent °dr?ntTCand tllL'rc »or0 JerioM ro tWTWl Sl>°.rmburS. Magersfontein and South wl1! 'Cr t0 b° Wipcd out- Now «f j ". f- !" cominon witl> "1° rest thfo ?' ^V's 1:eo" an interest in som« nf'l T .sho lms contributed; some of her best citizens, as does the ° er countr-v' Tlierefore, though the cnnnM^Tl I,ea?.<;fullJ'. it closes amidst ^ lrarl,ku excitement. Never ethieal' '!> J bs h°Pcd tlmt so,ho uroieol fr'nC-e 'ms bee» "'ado. Thu I1®! of international arbitration, s^SKttn-sras' l't hanT01"JV0 bo able to record that wii; ?C6Ij a,n(I tImt fiomo °f the JiPon6...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Brief Mention. ... HOLIDAYS ovci. 'j Tut Twontietli Century , , 1 ; Oou nocuunts in oiroulntion.: . ; / s1: . : Dit. GUEBN," Bisliopi'of; Grafton -, and Avinidulo; will pronoh in Ch-iat Churali cm Sunday. I '" | ? THIIKE 'Aldormen rchring.-'lly: effluxion' of timo. j ' ^ EAIILY Closing Aofc'*now. in'foi,co. (Be it nro of ponnltics. i >. 1 Agricultural . Society ~Connmttoo - moot tins nftornoon. i r.

OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

. OFFICIAL 'COEEESPdNDBlTOE. THE 'followingleker liasbbpn-'rcceiycd by Mr.. C.- A.Lco/'filvP.froiiitlvo.PoatiilDo [m:iiriont)'and:l)iindoU;to lis ^by^tiim; for publication!-'5.-::: .Sui,-^W|tli refercncoitp. previous;,cprres ?poridbhco.o'n tbe subject;*j am' directed to i ii ti iii'at or tli afi tdh&ovs :foiv, 11ft Vcoii vey aiico of; mails in^. thb^T^ . neyrUriumgirdistrict;havebeiiri qcc'e'ptud; ai folipwa, ^to.f tnfc'e.jeftect'; from the -lst January next w;ToLAnd:fro^ ;(ReceivinKsOflice),'V^ vNyilspnsvJJownfuH^'twic'e.;^ horaosulkyi^JoliiiH.rCollirisTontuffiold. i:sTd';!ui3:fram-WfilijMiy PowiifalljvAcacitt,: jDi^K,>'Sn^'^^rtK^KilBuS^';(QtfMns^n3)' via-the aui voyed foad. punkcld'Si ftii'Aciv cia Crook-Bridge, twico'a'week, on: horse back,-^Charles .?'Pillar;.' 'Bookookodrarii Cioek/.Wilsohs'sDownfali.'r .' / Tci anid;frpm Toolpoiri Wood onbbng, .via, Ivbrsoii's, Tqoloom Station, aridCUrpen's, twice a .\vbeK,'~Konnotli McLean, . Too looni. '?'??'.?:.' -'To and from No...

ALL TIRED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

. ~ ' ^ ^ALLTIRED OUT. -.Hiero^'s^uef tlio trouble: - . ".Sccm3iaa iFjiiiuiy hvonVcii;'ni:o doomed np.Vw^%now^Uftfrlt^is;^.li°0'henUb]r. - .-It,shouldn'fc\bo: so-wouldn't, bo BO if womoncinlyundo'rKtoodtlmt--, ? kidneys. . ^(Kidiicya iire delioiite organs... :->^Tl!wy,*im^.Va^ii3'^tttach;$rork. They getitircdi'i'TatCasMUiy ;othpr;; part of -tlio body doos. V - - ' .> ' And when ^thoy do. it moans soiious' .troubl^ for,'v i£<th'p 'filters of tlio blood iwpD?feJ^rltj[i^;jii^per)y;''^e'i>ubMins'.'they' in .tlio .blood an'a'.'^UBp|'tii\cknohy,aiid liinbaehcs. . . ,But tliei'o.i!j.ft^cui'o. /DoiinVBiickacheKKlney Pills. .;! ' ~*V)A;n^yw^|lnig,-^mple( roiiablo.remedy. ?\';Ilead ono'wbimin'.s statement. . . ??..Mrs. .Harper, - McGregor, ' St.,: Hay, N.SiJV;'^ stiya'i-r-'.' I suffered for ii tinio ;wItliJox'crujcnitm^ pains in the small of my. back »nd;in.iiiy.fiiclo. "I also lind shiver-' irigfu's .\vhich"niiido\tiiQ fL'ol dizzy and yury^weuk' ancVsiok. :' These attacks...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

Q. Kyburz, Carpenter and Builder . TeatesfleldU Estimates given for. all descriptions . ' . of Building Work. ; .. : v Servant's Registry Office ! SVIrs.P. Capponi BEGS toinfoim tlioladiea of Tontor . field and surrounding' district tlmt olio lino i OPENED n - .SEKVANT'S. RE GISTRY OFFICE in: TENTERFIELDp where'prompt attention '..will be given to ?adies, oithot porsonally. or by lottor. JKTIfiJ W Butchering '' , Establishment! J. MDONALI) "OKGS to inform tbo public of - Tcntei field . FB - that Im- has Commenced JJu8ineB8 a8 BteTAlL 11UTCTIKH iu RouBo«8ticct,rtwo doore from. Mr. '«T.*French's; JIairdressing Shop, and trusts- by oiviliiy and - 8trict{at tcntiou lo business'-teg ment a 8lmrc|of public patronago. 'c t PALMYRA TEA -is the purest of hill-grown aiErsrzLaasrs.." The Finest in tho market, and .,. yet very economical.,/ - KSEsSgSgaEsa feg;S~e=^gs rrcv Trr ^ And you will ubo no other; Wholesale-JOHN BARLOW & Co., . . 388-00 SUBSOX . StfcetvSydney...>?? | Your Stor...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 5 January 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE - A- KKACIUVNT ):DE MTIFRIC E i-K0 U T iiWA S! (, most, crroctiyo' preparation 1 ?». .. . , >Vr^or'<riddirifj tlio inQUth ofvtlib £ ? ;v-..Woma of tobacco, dad .leaves ')? .??'"S: > .: aplofvcant taste.-r; - V Wl'tt U':6d.t 2t'Ji.t and 1ft.-7*» to. ftofMu-Yi :<' ~(8nglUh raiei), al ChemUUdnd Htoru.[. -AI\ % ff. CALVERT & COv MA11CH[8TER.'|. Gold<k Stiver MtdaUarJd Dipfoind*. Q // ?Solicitors. X-H '.*' VV?'aHend Court when required. j- ^ > .. '. \ ~;' .^Xaeer^31-'' !K>': 5 C. .Wood Eead'e.ttgJ v Solid^ft^Pro^r^^ ^^TJAS vcommeueetlvv-Prnelico. ,m .Ttinteh -^^Jljl^ "'field, nextd oor. 'to Mr.^Jr'.lusliHiigV .'?&*.'-?? ? -Money 'to LcmV on.- approved - .. j^v > ^ Security ^ > ^-Trespass' Notice^. 1 ~\ ~g~N coriBcquonce oflosses in.fihcep froiu 'SXf.- sportitiK'tiud.: othei'j'd'ogaJp'erapnB^ / prohibited, ironi. cntGiiii^ltho^TeritcrliGld ' ^&.'Statton']mddbck^ ?i^^pormitAprdvionBlygiyeniara'iBM...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900

?DR. GIBBONS, Electrical and Consulting Rooms ;:: , 137 Elizabeth-st., Sydney. DR. GIPBONS HO is trebly.qualified, and registflrod cin London ami the Colonies, as & Physician and .a Surgeon, received hie ^du .I'fttion in the English and Scottish Umvorai* ticflj-and completed his studieain tbo leading ' hosp tals of Kurope. Ho has] made a . -Hfo-long study of - Private, Nervous, & Skin Diseases ! . Ho haa, by diligent researoh, lk.estigrtted their origin of course, and has discovered the . Qulckost and Surest Hoaus or y" Thoroughly Curing Thorn. He has, by .. his unqualified auceess, during a period of many years obtained the highest position in ; bis^ profession. Tho various diseases em» ?. braced In his speciality are those which nave . ' hitherto caused more misery and suffering ' than any other kind of trouble that effects " the human .frame. Young fljen and tfjose who wisf] . to Marry, who, as the result of early follies, or ex cesses of more maturo ago, suffer f...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900

.Wanted. "ANTED Competent COOK, flood wiigcs. Apply Mks. MORRIS SIMPSON, ' T.P.O., Stonohongo. Wanted.' ?\Tt7"ANTI5l) TWENTY Good Hard Kook W MINERS. Nona but experienced men required. Apply to THE MANAGER, , "Webb's Alino, Emmavillo, Wanted. W ANTED n young GIRL na NURSE, nbout 12 or 14 years of nge. , : .' ? Mns. FREl'ER, .' :.<? . . Logon Stroot. Teams Wanted. fTMSAMS cithiT Horse or Bullock, rc X qiiitcn for DIJAWINO100,000.FEIST of UXi TIMUKR mnro or leas, lo the Poiitci fiulil Itiiilwny Station. .Diataiico not "moro I linn eight miles. For particulars ap ply oihud.of this papor or to . 1 ' T. FIiYNN, > Tentsrfiold, LOUIS T. MITCHELL HAS much pleasure in informing his friends and the public that he has com menced business in the premises (next door to the Eojttl Hotel in High-street), and trusts by supplying nothing but the very best materials at reasonable prices together with good workmanship to receive u fair share of public patronage. ' Style and fit guarantee...

CHRIST CHURCH v. ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900

CHRIST qUyilCH v. ST.. PETERS. A mutch between tho Junior teams of tho aboviv; Clubs took plnco Inst weok, which rosultei 111 a victory for tho Dmke buys by- nine, wickots. > Following are tlio scores :r- .. . " ?CHRIST.Ciiurou. -let Innings. J Flytm, b,Gurry J Wcsthury, b M'AuIey.*, . . . ..». .. J YVymawi b M'Auloy: . v.. O Scotx. b Curry?;;. < '.... G Wyman,; b .M'Aulcy ... ; ;t .11 Cftllms,'vun out: v;./.,."; . H 0 Smith; b Curry .* .;. :-yfi J. ? A Bentley; b MfAulcy:...: . h Emanuel, not nut :v H Hritchftr<l, b Curry-. J,Uu88ell/ruu out . ... . : .i. ' ... . . Total : ... Soconrt Iuuiugs. r lTlym., c D«ye»\ b M'Auloy ... \Vcstbury, b M'Auloy J NYylimn, run out . ... Scott,-o Waller, b-Curry ... ... C. Wyiniui. c Dwycr, b M'Auloy. . ... Collins, b NVAuley , .., ... Smith, hMAuley \ JJentl«v, b'Curry ... ,..v . ..,;<???? Emauutjl. not out... ... ^r. Pntclmr(f, b Curry ... \ I'.ussulVc Martin, 1> M^Aulpy... . -... bumlrics ... .... ... .?.. ...

CHRIST CHURCH v. SDNNYSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900

Gil IUST OHURCH'v. SDNNYSIDE. This. mutch ; was;played; at Surinyaido on Safimlny, and.so far tho country team has tho best of the game, the Christ Church, boya Requiring .98 tuns with fivo wickots to fair to. avert a defeat. 0. Lois of. Jennings, bowled; excellently for tho Sunnysido team, establishing nlmosb a world's - record, by securing fivo-wickets witlr 5 consccutivo balls, all pf > which wore cleaned bowled., Subjoined .are tho scores . Sunnhyidg,- First Innings, ""VI: fleycr. \> W^inAn " ; .... ? ... . ... ? 32 .Kcmhii^,b IJaUcr... 2 "Wat'ftjVb kumnunl v:... > ... .. .. 14 hv'.w.v bt^mtvnttel- - ...: ... -2 J<uoimrt)i b.Wyman . ^ .. .... .5 Xoi*, l> Kmanuul v;; . .... . . . 6 Kooe, e>lUkcr,'b YVyinau... ... 1 :Mo^J]stcr, run out- . ... 1 ^..*. 2 ? J.' Donnelly,'b^Wym^n ... ... . ... . 5 Morsduuv-nul i f J.-Goycr, b K>)ju»n..l 1 - Sundiua )!' *Tol»l 78 gdoml Iimings, U«'a'Iiuf.', b- Eiiiitiuiel'. ;- v- . ... . . 0 . \Sfftre, b-Baker: .. C .1 milu...

CRICKET. WEST ENDV. BUNGULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900

CRICKET.:'. WEST EN1) Y. BUNGULLA.:. - ? Thoso Clubs meb in" the 'Association Competition on tlio Show Ground on Saturday lust, und-after a sjdundidly con-, tested gamo resulted in n victory, for tliu. Bungulliiras by Eva wickots.: Jeffries. Donnelly, and BluUer wore tlie'inost sue-: cessful trundlera for tho-Bungulla team, und H. Dickson and Corney for.tho West Bnders. Subjoined are tho- .scores WEST.End.--First Inuings, ><..» VV. Corney", b Donnelly ... 0. \ R. Werner, o Jeffries, b Donnelly ... 18 T* Smith, c Balker, b Donuolly ; ... 8 W. Smith, b Jeffries ... ... ... 1 . K. .Lee, c and .b Donnelly. { 1G H. THobson, b Donnelly - ?:... '0 J. Smith, b Donnelly. ... ... 4' 0 Dickson, HID out . ... s... .. 0 0. Mills, b Jeffries. ... " ... ... . 3 8. Whereat, b Jeffriea... ... " ... 0 A. Sommerlad, not out... ...' ..."10 Total ' ... 00 - Sooond Innings, v - W. Corney, b F Blakor 10 A. Sommeriad, c Benson, bDonnelly... 3 - R. Werner, b Jeffries -Trr-- 0 T.. Smith, b Jeff...

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 2ND JANUARY. BEFORE Messrs. I. Wherent and L. A. M'Dougal J.J.P. DETENTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 2ND JANUARY. BEFOUE Messrs. I. Wherunt nnd L. M'DouguIl J.J.P. DETENTION, OF PROI'ERTY. This was a case in which C. H. Tumor, minor, Tout Hill, proceeded against Mary Kiernan,\ .Sandy Flat, for the - illegal detention of property-to wit, a half sovereign. Mr. C. \V. Readott appeared for the defendant, and took preliminary objection to the jurisdiction of the Court, on the groundA that the section of the Act under: which the information -was laid,' did' not apply to money. ? V C. H. Turner said that ho gave his wife n half sovereign, but could not say of his knowledge what sho did with it. Had bought goods nt Kierrian's store, but did liol.give dofendant the half sovereign. Did not see heron 21st November last. Caroline Marsh deposed to her know ledge of both plaintiff and defendant. , On 22nd Novembor laBt she gave defendant a half sovereign, which she got froui Mrs. Turner. When sliu gave it to defendant she said she wanted two bottles of oil and "the change....

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