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DAN BARRY'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

DAN BARRY'S DRAMATIC COM PANY. Mk. Dajj BARRY, after an absence of some years will appear nfc tlui School of Arts, Tentorlield, for a twonights senson. com mencing on Monday next February 12rli, with'.n tirst-class company, who will pro duce" Soldiers of the Qucon." This com pany has played to crowded audiences in Melbourne during tho last few weeks, and a local paper .in commenting on the play said-"'The military drama, ' Sol diors pi the Queen,' picturing war between Britain and tho Boers, was again played on Saturday night by Dan Barry's Dra matic Company. Exciting scenes of battle stago pn'geants, and deeds of martial heroism at tho present' moment make up just the sort of dramatic fare to call forth enthusiasm, so that the play was roceived with repeated rounds of upplnuso. The cfifiipanyhas been no successful that the' season will bo extended for another week." Ab popular prices-3s, 2s, and Is-are advertised, and tho play is an exception ally meritorious one, the School of Art...

THE LATEST. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

?OPUSES LONDON, MONDAY. * A late cubic states that tho New Zea landers and Rimington's Scouts, and a squadron of tho Life Guards swept tho hills on Gener.il White's extreme right flank, afterwards occupying several posi tions. Tho Now Hollanders rushed a kopje ox pelling tho onemy. . SYDNEY,' MONDAY NIQHT. The final selection of men foi tho BubIi men's Contingent will he made to-morrow. Many thousand spectators visited tlm Camp yesterday. The Agents in Sydnoy. have reeeivod a cablo notifying tho arrival of tho steamer Warrigal with A Battery at Durban on Thursday. Tho Iiushmoii'K Contingent Fund has reached I..25,795, and the Patriotic Fund L1G.705. The third Victorian contingent has been accepted by the War Oflicu and tho stea mer Euryalus Iisih been chartered to con vey tho troops to South Africa. ' Tho transport Surry left Froinaiitlo mi Saturday with the New South -Wales, South Australian and West Australian contingents. A fourth contingent of 300 mon is being raised in New Zeal...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

BOLIVIA HOTEL; , William. Reading XTAS RE-'OPENED the Old aud ; Well JEL' " known BOLIVIA HOTEL, and w 11" bo glad to velcamo tho local aud travelling public, Only tho Best Brands of Wlnos & Spirits. y '.Bcet of Accommodation. Good Paddocks. ; HorscB broken, in to Saddleacd Harness.. S'lJCfroom in attendance. ? : " ' -I?' . W. READING. 1 . ? Proprietor. Photography. NOTicE. /TIOPI^S OP PHOTOGRAPHS taken by FKOoT in TenterScld can be obtained by applying to Cosmo, Richmond River. J. W. FROST. ' Mr. J. E. LOADEH-HILL PROFESSOR OF DANCIJTC, HAS opened. CLASSES for JUVENILES . aiid young LADIES,'in the'tichool of Arts, for tuition in Dancing Department &c. THURSDAY AFTERNOONS, at S.SO p.m., and SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 10 a.m. Tuitions given privately. Fancy dancing taught. Full particulars obtainable at Criterion Hotel. . wrsErsur . TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. i LOUIS flnTCHELL HAS much pleasure in informing his friends and the public that ho ha9 com menced business in the pr...

CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

. , CORRESPONDENCE. / /Trie following lottor 1ms boon forwarder! us by. Mr:'T. Fitzgerald, tlio popular boniface'of tho Cent ml Hotel, Glen Lines,.which we publish with pleasure : Sin,-"Will you please accept the enclosed cheque toWrds tho "Evening News" Patriotic Fund. I forward this small do nation to show how much I am in accord with the patriotic action of the several colonies in sending a number of their brave sons to assist the " old flag " in tho hour of her trouble and also to add my niito to swell so worthy a'fund inaugurated throubh out. tho colony and taken up by .your journal. Certain malicious statements have been made regarding my sympathy with our enemy of the present, and while inwardly X can afford to treat such rumors with contompt knowing llio object with whioh they are circulated, yetjas a Britisher to allow such lying slanders to pass un notified would placo mo in a falso light. I am a 'citizen of Australia loyal and true to tho flag that floats over this land o...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

LONDON February 1, TIio latest reports from Natal stnto tlmt tho total losses sustained by thu British forces durin" the flunking movoinont which was undertaken for the relief[of Ladysmith numborcd 1379. Tliis total includes the casualties at Spionkop, .which aro given as 204 killed, 652 wounded; and 83 missing. Tho Boers admit that in the engagement at Spionkop thoy lost fifty-threo killed and 120 wounded. It H reported from Capetown that, Fiold marslial Lord Roberts has assigned to tho colonial, troops now serving in South Africa an important sliare'in tho operations .that are now being undertaken prepartory to an invasion of the Orange Froe. Stnto. News is to hand that a. body of 500 Canndian and Australian troops wore en gaged in a smart fight at Badenborst, on the Riot River, to tho westward of Mudder River Station. The opposing force was composed of rebel Dutch colonists, and the colonial troops expelled tho robels from tho place without susi ainiug any loss. Reports received ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

WANTED a COOK and LAUNDRESS. Assistance given in (lie Laundry. Apply 11M. C. B. DUTTON, Cooredulln, or Mits; CAPFONI. Tenders Wanted. WANTED TENDERS for CAETING MACHINEEY from Eivertreo to Tuntetfiold, or from Bivertreo to Drake. For particulars apply to . EDGAEHALL. . 'J cnterflold. . Notice. ON ACCOUNT of tlio CONT1NXJAL ADVANCE^KNT of tho PHICE of TALLOW in the Sjdney Jfaikct, I^am ccnipclltd to iiso the price of Soap,Is a owt from this date till,further nouco. ? Wm. H.EVENIS, _?>??? . ; Soup.and Soda, Work -1 i TENDERS. ri^ENDERS required for RINGBARK . .L l.N'r, iilmi,, 2000 Aoios of Land. For paitiuulua V to JOHN WHITTON, ? r. v ., Tnnbarr* ;.. TENTJEBFIEIiD Amateur Picnic Races TG-MOEROW. TO-MORROW. On thoTENTERFIELD RACECOURSE. ;First:Race to start at 12.30 p.m. Admission to the Gates, 1 s. A. 11. WHITE, ??r Hon.Secretary, i G-XMkJXtt* ?.. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS JUVENILE BALL ! IN CONNECTION WITH Mb. LOADER HILL'S CLASSES WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY EVENING, . FEB. 20, in the ...

Patriotic Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

Patriotic Cricket- Match. THE Cricket limtch between tho Austral ian Eleven and tliu Rest of Australia in aid of tho Patriotic and Bushmen's Funds WIIH commenced in Sydnoy on Fri day lastnnd continued en Saturday with tho following results: AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.-1st Inninga. Worrall,,c Stuckey, b Saunders ... 8 Hill, o Windsor, b Saunders ... 7 Trumpor, c J,uviB, b Windsor ... . 41 Gregory, c Evcrs, b Eady ... ... 0 Darling, c Stuckey, b Eady ... " .... 4 Noblo, c Evcrs, b Saunders ... ... 94 Trumble, b Saunders... ... ... - 6 Iredale, b M'Beth ... ...' ... '38 Liver, 6 Eady, b Saunders ... " 25 Kelly, not out... ... ... 7 Joncs.'c Grah/tin, bSaunders , ...- 0 Sundries ... 8 Total... 237 REST OF AUSTRALIA.-First: Innings. . ? Jarvis, b Noble 4 Mackenzie, c Jones, b Noblo???... ... 0 Graham, e Jones, b Noblo ... ... 73 Stuckoyi st Kelly, bTrumblo ... 88 Roedmah,: b-Laver ... ... :7, ... ,40 HopkinS,-bTrumper ,17 Windsor, c;nnd b Laver 35 Eady, brJbnos..... 4 Evers, iiot out...- . ... ! ...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, FERUARY 6. The Coming Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

THE. TENTERFIEI D Jjnt err 0I0 uial Cfliu'ter ,'ASD". 1 . ? Fairfield & Wallangarra Advooate TUESDAY, FEBHUAltY 6. The Coming Show. .So far tho prospects for tho Show Carnival of 1900 are very encouraging. The latter partof the season lias been favorable to the production of cultivation growths; while thanks to tho luxuriant parturages tho stock are in first class condition. As tho eventful week approaches tho com mittee and officials aro bestirring them selves in getting everything prepared that will tond to tho advancoroont of tho gathering. It may not bo too early to re wind intending exhibitors that this year it has been determined that no entries will-be recoived after tho 24th of March next,, except in very exceptional cases, and where good grounds can bo shown for tho delay. Hitherto tho officials have been very much inconvenienced by peo plo coming in at the last momont wi{h a long list of entries, and who, in many in stances, feol'themselves, aggrioved if re minded ...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

- LATEST COMMERCIAL, I - SYDNEY, MONDAY £UOHT.; . Whoafc, 2f<8&d to 3s Flour, L6 10s tb L7 j Ohickwheat, 2s 3d to 2a Gd '. : . Chaff, L210s to L3 12s Ga . . .!? i Potatoes L3 to L4 2a Cd Oaten Hay, L3.10s toL4.10s. - ~ : . Maize, 2sldto2s9d v. " . Outs, 2s 5d to 2sCd Y: ; Lucerne, L2 oa to L2 15s ?' Buttor. orcamory, 8Jd ; factory, Vid to I- 8J; dairy, CJ to 7d.

Mr. C. A. Lee at the Warwick Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

Mr. C. A. Lee at the'WarwickShow. Referring to tho speech made by Mr. 0. A. Leo M.P. nt tho opening of tlio Warwick Show Inst week, tho Brisbane Courier in a leading article sayB:-" Mr. Charles A. Lee, member for Tontorfiold in Now South Wales, was proscnt at the Show, and replied to tho toast of the visi tors. Tho burden of his speech was that Tenterfield belonged naturally to Queens land rathor than to New South Wijles. He did not believo in artificial Customs barriers; ho belioved in trade following its natural channel. Tho Northern part of Now South Wales was most anxious to have federation ivith Queensland, for the simplo reason that they wero so much nearer tho port of Brisbane than their present port in New South Wales. They lmd now to carry Their products overland 600 miles; with access to Bris bane tho distance would only bo 200. Under federation tho large trado of this northern district would find its natural channel, and "that trado must become voluntarily annexed to this...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

LOCAL NEWS. QOIBINM RAM SALES.-Tho annual rant sales at Quiripdi are announced to. be held on Tuesday, 27th instant. About 1000 high class rams will be penned and offered on that date. OUR CALENDAR.-Wo havo'pleasure in /.presenting'our subscribers to-day with our ?war.. calendar foi 1000, containing the portraits: of the; loading Genorals of, the British and Boer forces now in tho Trans vaal, also a raap'of;tho country.' .GAZETTK NOTIOEB.--Loasca ready for delivery-^JIL64, J. Slioils, 40 acres,"parish Callahyn '; ML 22,. W. Patoman,'. 20 acres parishes'Girard and West EairSeld ; OL XO, J. Payno and others, 10 aores, parish Claronco. LIOBXNJNO SHBAREHS.-A short list of ringers among ringers:'.'.Jack Howe, Northampton Downs, 310 in ono day, 1450 that week; Jack Reid, Nocoluoho, (N.S.W.), 235 hoggets in eight hours; Ted M'lnncs, 222 in 7| hours-this at Mt. Ryan, S.'A. ; KOAD CONTBACISI-The -; following are the lowest tenders for tho undermentioned road contracts:-Contract 15/99-1900, J...

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

u Weary to the Tips of My Fingers." DOUBLE PROOF. THE CASE OF Mrs. J. BOYT. (271* OUT? SVRCIAT* UBPOHTJiR.) Our rcjwrtor having safely, made his way . two ferocious-looking watchdogs to call t tho jcsitlcnco of Mr. d.ohn James .Boyt, vJolli « street," Marrickvillc, Mr.Boyt opened Jtc d or and'our reporter explained his - .Ubine-s. "Walk in, please, and I will. nLroiiuceyoulo my.wife^' said Mr. Boyt, V' and she will tell you all about her illness iierso'f.''. In tho uiningroom our reporter' round Mra. IJovt, who required, no pressing 'to unfold the history of hoc complaint and lis CU10. ?' " Indeed,"-replied that lady, " it always qives mo idcnsur . to tell-people 'abou,t tho rojnedy that pulled mo through . A Very Serious Timei" '* U'liaf.-was (he matter, Mrs. Boyt" 14 i'.'/overworked myself. In addition to ny-household duties I' had undertaken tho .are of iv sink friend.- I attendod to hor by l«y aid by night till at last I got inio that. . t-ite thai, I could hardly crawl over to ...

ENDORSED AT HOME. Such proof as this should convince any Tenterfield citizen. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

.1J ENDORSED AT HOME. i^V'i Such proof as this should convinco any; . Tentorfield citizcn. . , ..-The public endorsement of a local citir zen is the beat proof that can be pro duced. None better hono stronger can ;bo had. . When a man comes forward and; .'/testifies to his fellow citizens, addresses: 'jhisfriends and neighbours you may be suro hp is. thoroughly convinced or ho would not do so. Tolling onu's oxperienco .when it is for the. public good is an act bf; kindness,'which should bb appreciated. .'The following statement givon by a resi-' 'dentiof Tenterfield adds one more to the; inany cases of homo endorsement which jagCiboing published about the "Little Con'quiiror;" Read it: Mr. Jo'lin Baldey, Bakor, Rduso.St., tjiis town, flays"I can speak a good ?word for Dban's Backnchb Kidney; Pills. 1 havo used this medicino for severe back ache, which, 'I beliove, was caused by the kidneys 'being out of order. The pains were most unpleasant and very ob stinate and I was most glad to...

The Sunnyside Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

The Sunnyside Battle, j The .following description of .-'the. Sunnysido affair is from. Reuter's corres pondent:--The:colonial troops, who have be6n longing for ix considerable time to be allowed to meet tho enemy, have .tifc last been given an opportunity to do so, and hive scored a brilliant success. The raid, conducted by Colonel Pilcher, was -very difficult, owing to tho fact that the movements of any body of "troops are, immediately cormuunicated to the enemy .Jjy.,. natives. Inv order to obviate this TColo'fiel Pflcher, making a forced march, ffoiii' Belmont on Deccmbor " 31, of. fcWenty-two miles, left ourjiries at Evarfc farmhouse with instructions to rullo>y none to leave"; All' the natives were N8hp&up in their huts, And- their names /were called ovor scvoral times during: the pighfc.to prevent any of "them disappear^ '.ihg^Oru-Monday. mominc, at 0 o'clock, , the.v force arrived before the enemy's 'position^at a*place,called Sunnysido, on . fibpjes ranging north...

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

" 'Funeral Notice. rpHE FEIBNDSdTMu H; HILL are in A vited to attend the FUNERAL of his beloved *ife CATHERINE to move from fhe resuleuco of her brother Mr, P. Qrogan; This (Friday) . Afternoon at 1.30 o'clock, v T. CLARKE, * . "Undertaker. : Wanted. TtTTANTED floo>l.COOK, rind HOUSE YY MAID. ' Good Wug09. Applj : Q. GUKNEY, "Australian'Hotel; Drake. Amateur Art; Society. . ,4 MEETING of:tho Art Society will bo XJL lielii at (ho S^hool'ofi Arts THIS timiDAY) AFTEICNOON iit 4 o'clock for tho purpose of <liBtributin[; tlio prizes won at,the late Exhibition,'' K'DRUMMOND, \ . Hon See. , , TENDERS. rpENT)I£RS required for UINGBAKK 1 INO itl)O\u '24 00'AQVc3 of . Lund, For purlicuhrs Apply w» * - » ^ JOHN WIIITTON, Timbaria ''Department of-Publto Servic'o'Tender Board,, Syduey,.6tli .laiiuaiy; 1900,: BKDBRS FOK FOR AO E. TUNrihtS f.Jr the Supply and Delivery of FOKAGK for the 'Police lliroghout the colony, for a period.of tuelvo months from tliu lst Apiil, 1000, ivill bo re...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, . SYDNEY, THURSDAY ISIQHT. Wheat, 2s 8Jd to 3s . . Flour, L6 10a to L7 ' ' . ' ' : Chickwheat, 2^ 3d to 2s 6d . ; : Chaff ~L210a to' L3 12a 6d Potatoes L3 to L4 2a (id . . Oaton Hay, L3 10sto°L4 10s <... 'Maize, 2sId to 2s 9d ; Oats, 2a 5d to 2s6d . Eucorno, X2 5a to L2 15a / . .. Butter, croamory, 8Jd ; factory, 7Jd to 8} ; dairy, 6J to 7d.

THE CLIFTON SENSATION. Death of Doyle. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

TUB CLIFTON SENSATION; ' Death of Doyle. MICHAEL DOYIE,.the victim of tlie assault near Clifton oil Jnmmry 24th, succumbed to liis injuries at. 3'45 p.m. in tho Too ?wooiriba Hospital on Friday. . It will bo remembered (says the Cuiiouicle) that on tho dato mentioned u iiuarrel took pl.ico botween Michael Duy lo and Daniel Sissinan, who aro neighbors, and their farms are situated about eight miles from Clifton, on ' the Loyburn mad. Doyle I was a very old resident in tho district, and Sissinan recently camo over from WeRtern Australia. On the 24th ultimo it ia alleged tlmt Doyle's boy, about 15 years of nije, went into a paddock, and afterwards camo back anil told his father he had been struck by SNsniari. Doylo and his son wont to the paddock, and he aslcedSissman why. lie struck the boy: One word lijd to another, and Doyle's statoment was that Sicilian rushed at him with an hoe. Doylo Kaid ho tried to avo\d the bluw and when near tho fence he alleged iliat Sissinan struck him on t...

DAN BARRYS DRAMATIC COMPANY. Soldiers of the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

DAN BABBY.8 DRAMATIC . COMPANY. . Soldiers of the: Qu'. , Seldom havo local p!ay«oer» tho oppor-' | tnnity to witness such a dramatic;' treat na J Monday and Tuesday next when tho im mensely popular Pan Barry wili tfmke his reappearance m .Tentartield after an j ubsence cif Ri-nic years. On Mo'day next ho will producotho patriotic Military .Dram t 44 Soldiers of the Queen." This .play at the present time appeals to every one who takes the slightest interest in the present war between the British and the Boers. In the above pl»y the Australian contingent piny a principal part and those witnessing the performance will no doubt bo able to recognise some familar figure under a disguised name and make up. New and appropriate scenory has been painted, depicting the localities whero the present si ruggle lakes place, and in the second act the true and authentic picture of tho belea^urcrt town of Lndyamith is shown. On Tuesday the second and last night of tho company's appcarancc here they ...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

r THE; TENTERFiEl L> Intcrfolfluial ifruufcr AND j Fairfield & Wallangarra '.Advocate FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. LOCAL, NEWS. ! AHNCAI, LEASE. - The following annual . . lease waa applied for on Tuesday ^Mer cantile Bank : of Sidney in Liquidation, 200'acroa parish Reid, County Buller. COMPORTS FOB THE SOLDIERS.-On bo .; half of the ladie's committee, Mrs. C. A. ' Lee has despatched a bale of shirts, cap?, nightingales,' colic, bands, slippers and ' .surgical bandages for the use of kne trdopa in: South Africa. Wo are glad to liear that the Patriotic Fund is being liborally subscribed to. FATAL STABBING AFFBAY."- AS a result of a heated argument- in V hotel at Molong ' concerning the -South African war, a knife was drawn by a man present, who is a stranger -in the district. The hotel-keeper, M'Lachlan, had his shirt cut in several places,. and a man named 'Gustav Pearson: was -atabbrd in ' tha' groin, the wound resulting fatally. The assailant has been arrested. -'; TENDERS FOB ...

MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. West and North Wards Contested. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

: MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. -..Wont and North Wardc Contestecl. ?AT.norm sharp oh ' Tuesdaj-, -tliu Mayor (Aid: K H. Jiiergons), took the chair m the Town Hall, tho occasion ? being the olhcial announcement ifF Hid municipal nominations. '1 ho . gaihenng of rativ payers mis Km all, and tlio pmcccdinea of ft good humored nature. Ilio Mayor having read the iidvnrtmoinent Willi if paid tn tho nominations, he announced that tlio undermentioned candida'.es. had been :5uiy. nominated - '??-??. f As Ai.dbumbn. . ?; South Wnrd-'JoiiN TOOIIKV. .\ . West. Ward--Wim.IAM ;REII>. - . . North Wurd : -MoKTi;.iE[i IiELr.v, Seni or, tmimiiAied l>y Moists; .1. Donogliuo, Thomas Covin, Winterton,m'E; KusUeyl nud F. Kiicjpp./ ?-,.? ? W-. . H. .UKUEIIWOOII, ''nominated, by Messrs. J. Telford, D. B. Weir, Summer- I lad, and Thomas Miller. ,- AVost Ward Extraordinary-WILLIAM Cmni', St-nr., mumnuUd by Messrs. "I: :Wl)oroat, W. Crisp, Junr., J. N. Roper, . W:Kilrmster, W. T. Hill, C. Jensen, R. "???Werne...

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