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Sad Fatal Accident. Death of Mrs. H. Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

Sad Fatal Accident. Death of Mrs. H. Hill. WITH feelings of the deepest regret wo art calledupon to announce the Bad and sudden death of Mrs. Henry Hill, which occurred at-the local Hospital at a quarter , to 10 o'clock en Wednesday night from the result of-an accident that evening sustained. It seems that^during the tem porary absence of Mrs. Hill from: her .home at Steinbrooki-one of: the younger members of the family drank some kero sene from a saucer loft within reach, Hie mother becoming; alarmed immediately pro'cijcded to wfitk.to town with tho child tp.^seo .the Doctor, Jbut _ after jroversi ng abouttwo nnd nil a 1 f mil eB lj ecam e wearied. and rotraced her steps. On arriral home, her mother, who was present, in structed the deceased's sister to put the horse in the buggy to convey them to town, but her absence being someiwhat lengthy tho deceased accompanied by her mother again started to walk for town, and when thoy had reached the Flag rocks the buggy overhauled and pick...

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

SYDNEY/ ; I'nUDSDAY NiohtI Tin oro is quoted ah 21s. Tho heat was intonno in many parts of tho colony yesterday... At Condobolw Jit roached a shado temperature, of 124; at Goodooga 122, and at Bourke 118J.; , v Tho Menzies poisoning casohasrdsultod in two moro deaths, while a fourth nmu. is stillm a critical condition; . ' v "?;^? v A verdict of wilful mtirdor has iliuon ro turnod againNt David Peic" in connection ??with the Cumnock stabbing case.: / ?. There ws9 another largo attendance- nfc the Cycling Caraival lasb night7" Jackson won tho Intercolonial Scratch race, H.; -Gordon second and'R. Lewis third. : There was further extensive danmgo dono yesterday in the Kilmoro district, Viotori'i. by bush tires on tho Pyrenees. Tho tires covoran area of 20 miles long, by 12 miles wido. .-i Tlio southerly olmnao.has boon * general. throughout- tho' colony since ycntardny. . Anumbor of stations report light rains. . ; TliO'vacant District Gourt, Judgeship /;. has boon ollerod to Mi;. ? 0....

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. - - '? SYDNEY, TUVIUSDAV: NIOHT. About 25,000 nhoep woro ponncd.pricea . v - up Gd perlioiid. Wothors, 9a to 18s; owes, ': ? 8s to lis. 1,059 cattlo wore . yarded tho- ^ market being lower. Best beef worth 19s por lOOlbs.1' Bullocks, hi to L8sG ; cows,:. - . - L3 to LO. - . '

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

Post Office Time Table. ?MAILS Cl.OSE-FOU .Wilsons'--Downfall. nnd Hoodoo Boonoo,' . - Tucsflijy xnd Fri.liiv; i»t.0-30p-m ?;» Sydney, Glcu Iuncs Ariuidale, Mriitlrtnd, and Now 6 15 p. in.. (Saturdays >'GXCGl>fcu<l. ; - Tabulam, Cintao; Liamorc, and Itirhmond -Kivor-Duly, except Sunday, at 12 noonj leave r»t!2*30p.nj» . ; . Funbarrn, and Stoinbrook-Tuosday and . Friday, at 0 30 p.m. Leavo Wednes ,r. day and Saturday at G a.m. ' ^ Sandy TliU, and Eo3flitorville - Daily at. 12 tioo«» Leave at 12'd0p.m. ; Boaahaw^r-Mondny and Friday, at. 9*30 ; p.m.1 . Leavo Tuesday and Saturday . iafc5 a.m. . -Aryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a:m, . uWallanRarra and Queensland daily at . ./i. 10 30 a.m. (Sunday oxcepted.) ^ : 'MAILS aruive . PUOIT .Sydney,.-Glen Innes, Arimdalo, West ?/?: Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex : .. 5 ycepfc . Saudays) at 1150 a.m. ? Boonoo. Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall ?>? m rThiitsday and Sunday, at 5*30 p.m. ;:Drak©,<and Sandy Bill-...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD Ul CALVERT'S A I'liAfi It ANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE I KOUTHW/iSii, f :Tho most cffectlvo pr' poratlon for ridding Ilia mouth or tic aroma of tobacco, and leaving a pleasant tasto* [ Sold in U. 2*. <k£, and Jlh. 7t.CxL bottUj ' I (EnfflUh raia), at ChtmitUand Stora. , J F. D. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. Gold «fi.'Silver iStdalt cnc( Diplornat. 0 F. Thomas, :{", \ u Solicitor, Arbitrator, Iff" < &c., nM^f. Rouso-stroot, - TcatorfloM. '?' A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVIT xtf&tAftA. for N. fa- WivIcb, Queensland, and other colomon. ????. . - :. -. ' < tSL Local Representative; of the Norwich -: -r<Un:D2) Fire Insurance . Society, - mil tho , ? -National Mutual Life Association of Aua yr'jfi .". ti'ftlasm, Limited. . - -' Trust Money Co lend oil Approved -VA-'V!''-* ' ? Boonrlty. [~A ;v* / < P. P. ABBOTT, t0' ^Solicitor, - Glen Innes. ILL VISIT TENTERFIELD . and Attend Court when required: " :: w XsOS'EE....

Relgious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY NEXT FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

. ; ?'SelglouB 'Mdmorainda IOR SUNDAY'NEaCE. FEBRUARY 11. Crro«cnorEnaLA?n>.-Tentcrfleld 11 and 7<80 . rp.ni, Barney Down#:atS By Rer. Mr. Glover 'WntvTAK 'Cnoacrt.-Teriterfleld, 11 a.m. And 7"JJ0 p.m. Sunnysldc At 3Bcv. B. Lane Tbe Scnib v . at 8 Mr., J. H. Roper. pAMBYTB&iA# CnoRcn.-Tentcrfleld 11 a.ra. and ... 7.80 p.m. by the Btv. DUl-Macky Soman OATnoLio CnonciL-Moss at 8.30 a.m. and 11 a.m., BeriMiction' at 7.80 by the Rev, Fhther Ooroo«mn«,v'^ DRAKE SERVICES. Cnuncii OP ENGLAND. ~U A.m. and 7*80 p.m. By . .'Mr. Cecil' . . j W*8LBTAjiCnuEcn.-7^0p.m. - By Mr. F. Morton

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

Railway Time Tabje. . The ihail train for Sydney leaves Tenter-, field, at 7*10 p.m. :daily, Sati'H?7a ex oapted, and for ^Brisbane a. IrSO turn., daily, Sundays excepted.. ; ' .'->l?he Goods Train leaves TenterflelVfor Sycj&ey. every Tuesday, Thursday, and '^afcurdny; mornings afc .6 a.m., and ar rives from Eydney. every Monday,. Wedr aesday, and Friday* evenings at <W5p.m. . Tho fares between Sydney and Teufcor .field, and Tcateifield and Brisbane areas follow: TwiTBiiFiBLD io SIDNEY. < : 1st (Inez, SjDglo ... ... £ds 1: 0 ; .; . ; .7 2nd 01ar?»SjDglo ... ...v; 2 10 ~0 - . > :v Ectui'i Tioliots, available for f J .v;Two Months. 1 " 2 ;v;' lafc.Clasfi * ... ... JB5 12.->6 ,T % 2nd Cla/ 9 3 10\ 0 %. if/,': '1 '"WaU ANGAB15A 0 BbIEDAKE. ; >-?> 'g||fr?;l8t'.GlaBt»; Single; ' 2nd:ClaJ3, Single:,..>'5:.v5r"-,': r 1st ClaaivKetuftt 10/5 ; 2nd Claes, Beturn i.. 1 18,: ;2 , ^.

Tattersall's Consultations. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

Tattersall's ,Consurtations. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIPHT. ;. THE first prize in TattcrsnH'a. Sweep on tho Launcuston Cup, value J at £1200, wont to Victoria,, while tho second .and third~prizcs went to Auckland and Sydney ' respectively. ? ? ,

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

Bailed up. . SYDNEY, -THURSDAY NIGHT. A SELECTOR named JJewbiggiug; living near Corndgery, Piirkea district, has re ported to the-, police that a traveller was allowed to sleop iu the hut wliero a boy was also nleeping. , The strangor roso.at 4 o'olock this", morning, (tied the boy up, entered tlio- liouse^ and compelled Mrs. Nowbigging under 'threats of being shot to tie hor husband up. Thojnnn ransaolted i the placev and decamped. ?

THE LATEST. BULLER CROSSES THE TUGELA. AND IS ADVANCING. LONDON, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

2E3 Ea^.SB?ES'S'S? BULLER CROSSES THE TUGELA. AND IS ADVANCING. LONDON, FEBRUARY 7. Tho motion of censure in tho House of Commons was negatived by 352 votes to 13!). . ' ' M'Donnld's Brigado with tho Ninth Lancers occupied several kopjes north west of Spitfontein. M'Donald uow com mands. tiio Kimberloy, Hopoto-.vn, and Douglas roads. Lord Roberts is well satisfied with tho appearance of. A.Battery. Jtrager lias closed Robinson's Bank, Johannesburg. The Rajah Maharajah of Jaipur lins donated £U2al) towards, tho War Relief Fund. . - General Gatacre's mounted troops aro in touch with Genoral Kenny's force at Tliebus. . ? Presidents Kruger and Steyn complain of Gunoral Joubert's inactivity, tho latter liaa invited the two Presidents to come and inspect fciio position o! Butler's guns. Scarcity of transport ia delaying the departure of the Imporial Yoofnanry from England. \ President Krugor has sent 90 additional guns to tho front, denuding Pretoria of; the whole of its artillery. A grea...

TRANSVALL WAR LONDON February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

LONDON February 6.' Latest news from the front in Natal states thut tho following message has been received by heliograph from La'dysmith : -" Wo were olutccl on Saturday, nt hear ing Bullor's guns actively booming. Tho enemy are mussing near, and bringing a 'gun'on to Surprise Hill. ' Wo uro quito ready if attacked, and ajl well. . There aro very few Boers lo the north-onet." A message.i'ecoivodfrom thix" Timca correspondent at Lidysijiitli states that tho garrisoned uro resigned, to whatever fato that may befall them, but they aio determined to hold out to tho Inst. Tho war correspondent of the "Daily News" states that largo reinforcements of Boers have been detrained before Lady smith. / ' . ' Tivo inhabitants of Ladysmith who succeeded in' effecting their escape from the town, have arrived at Pietermaritz burg, and report that thero is Btill a suflicient supply of provisions at Lady smith to last for a considerable timo, aiid fresh meat is bolng supplied daily to tho garrison an...

TELEGRAMS. Armidale Races. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ARMIDALE, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

Armidale Races. i- [I3V:TEI,EOIIAHI.] A JIM IDALE, Wkusesday. THE annual racex took place to-day, tho ., .weather boing fino.'and llio attendance*".., good;The, following aro tho results,v« Borough Handicap-Richmond, Uriel, Louis IVor. -Silox ivns fourth. Won by ? 2 lengths. : Timu 1-31. - , " 1 Novelty Handicap- Factory Girl, Avrenim, Rococo., Tho . ywnor and v.. jockey of Avrenim were disqualified for 12 months for suspicious running. City . Handicap-Agat.o, Rotagavan, Moss Rosa. . Tilierus and Moss Rose led at intbrvals until entering tho straight, , when Agato came through strongly, aud oveiitually won by 2 lengths. 'J'imo, 1-20, Park Stakes-Lurlino, Silex, Popgun.. Won ensily nil the way. Time, 1-20. » FJying Weltor John Norton, Louis D'or, (Jlan Alpino. Tho bust race of .tho day; won by a uoso. ' Time, l-20i. ARMIDALE, THURSDAY Niout. . ' TUB races were continued today, tho. . weather boingsplondid, and the attend unoo,largo.' ? Club Handicap - Louis D'or, Miss Minerva, Jenny ...

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

Brief Mention. CHAPTER of accidents.1 ; . ONE of (v painfully snd nature. PICNIC raiies and bull successful. . IMPORTANT auction sale next Wodnes d ly. ART; Sooioty prizes will bo paid over thin afternoon. . . LAND COURT BOARD at Wilsons Down fall -to-day. ? - Moetm<! of ladies for arranging after noon ton for tlio Show this nftornoou. DAN BARKY Company on Monday and Tuesday nights. . ' Captain'.'Thomas has boon finally so lected.for inclusion in the Bushmen's: Contingent. Wo understand . that Sergt-Major Mitchell, of Tenterfield, Ins been selected for the Bushmen's Qontin^cnt. ; 0.v the evening of Annversnry Day a dance was given ky : tho Vulios of tlio NinoMilo in Pyo's Hall. ? There was a lavno attendance and everything passed off- well. » . ' LOCAL OITION VOTE to bo talten in euclr of tho three Wards to-morrow. CONSTAULK D. SWEENEY, an old local boy,' now stationed at Bulimun, is m town on a holiday. Ho looks well. Mil G.'.CAROLAH; post and telegraph olliee, lei'tvea ...

REID ON LYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

iREID ON LYNE. Mb. G. H. Reio has sevoroly criticised the policy of tho Government and is eri tirely opposed to Bonding u Federal Dele gationto England. Ho WHS ejected from office1: for paying a member his expenses before a vote of the Houso. Mr. Lyna, came in pledged to :tho Hduse tlmt what Mr. Roid' hnd dpne behind tho buck of Parliament sliould not bo ropentod. Mr. Jteid' chrtrges Mr. Lyno with having broken .jliia pleclgo' whilo tho voice ; of Pftrliamont is stifled. Tho isauo will bo, when tho proper timo comes* not tho fit-, noss of Mr. Barton which iH beyond dispute; but tho during condiirt of the Ministry in making any appointment and paying money in connection: with it iui, <v Lruuuh of their flighted fctftb.

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

LAND: COURT; : A SINGLE days sitting of thu local Lund Board was held at the Court House on .Tuesday ; last, Messrs. ' F. G. Finloy (Chairman),- I. Whereat, and M. H. .Fitzhardinge presiding. Appended is a full list of tho cases disposed of: John Henry Petrie, o p 80a and o r. i 240a. Confirmed, rent 2d per aero. I Frederick 6. Marstelln, o l> 100a and I o i>300a. Confirmed, rent 2Jd per aero. .. Thomas Dwyer, o p,l(J0a and o L 480a. Confirmed, rent 2jd per aero. . Frcderick.Bendall, c p40a. Disallowed; Edward Daniel Hill, 0 r 50a lr 30p. Confirmed. Daniol Maher, c p 100a and o L 300a. o P confirmed, survey ordored on c L; John Joseph Cusack. 59a lr 30p special lease. Refused. Mary Jane Wright, 60a A l. Recom mended, ront £1. Thomas Pillar, o p 1493a. . Forfeited. Application from Jamos Rock, jun., to enclose a road. Bofuseih Application from James Westbury to ] exclude 3 wiro fence in sobodule of fonciug | for live stock. Refused.

AMATEUR PICNIC RACES. A SUCCESSFUL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 February 1900

A SUCCESSFUL CARNIVAL, . THE.annual raco meeting of tlio above Club took placo on the local racecourse, on Wednesday. Tho weather was of nil extremely sultry nature, thus causing sholtor to be oagerly s iught for by those' present. Tho attendance was not so. largo . as onpreviou's occasions ; neither were the entries, but tlio raciug was good throughout, i .The course .was naturally Hard, but otherwise in the-boat of order for racing'purposes. The "officials wero Messrsl'R (i. Finley, Judge ; H. Tomkins starter; Cecil Smith, Clerk .of Course! Waltor Whitton, Clerk of Scales, : and Handicappqrs, Messrs Beritley and Kemp. Mr. A. M. Whitbi in tlio capacity of Secretary, was most' attentive to the duties of his office, the sameappjyingto the whole of the other officials. The finishes wore particularly close, thus tesifying to the efficiency of (he work done by the handicappers, who apparently did not. err in est mating the qualities_of the rival horses in -the several ovonts. Mr. P. Cow...

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

Other Accidents. ON . Wednesday, Mr. Souper, one of_ the drivers of Potter's mail c.oaches. on the Drake road, had a sensational experience. While negotiating the stoop incline to wards Snake's Creek bridge,'the reins of the near leaders broke, and a couple of youngsters in the team commenced play ing up. The driver pursued. the only couree.possible, and leb.them go. Beforo reaching the bridge the coach swerved and tho driver was thrown to the ground, both wheels passing over his lege, but in tho excitement of the moment he got up and nianagedlto checX: tho horses, but col lapsed. Shortly afterwards. Assistance was soon, at hand from Mr. Merchant, and the road men, and the injured man made comfortable. Shortly after driver Cairns appoaredon the soeno from Drako with the coach, and he procured a vehicle, and took the mails on to Drake, Soupor re turning to Tenterfield with the other coach and mails. The coach was smashed to 'smithereens, and tho driver (Soupor) received a nasty cut o...

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

DEATH.       HILL. — On the 7th instant, CATHERINE, beloved wife of HENRY HILL, who was accidentally killed by a fall from a buggy, aged 36 years. R.I.P.

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

The,Ball.' Thormvitatuitt bull wub hold in. tlio l Gymnasium Hull at night, and was a most, pronounced BUCCOSS 111 cvory way. . Over > 30couplo wero present the hull being I tastefully decorated with flagB and green I ery- ' -uatumoB ' worn; by the Indies woe ; . nandsomo, the speetaclo being :oi'- "???. .0 most brilliant that lias graced the hull for somo yoarB past. ; The music was diaponscd ^y- :tho ? Fuo Brigade Bund, assisted ufc intervals .by. Mias .Xyno and Mr. Loader-Bill on tho piano. Mr. E: W. VVhoreat was the M.O., u position which ho fulfilled with ability, and satis faction to - all 'concerned. During the I ovening, tho prizes won at the iucoh were presented by Mr. F. G. Finley, who read, an apology from Mr.' \V. T.: Cadtll. Tho presentation ceremony, was prefaced by a few -happy, romarks to the winners, chief of whom being MivP. Cowiey, £1$), and ?bungle, find Mr; Clurenco Smith, who ap propriated the Ludio's .Bracelet.- These gentlemen roaponded ;-on behalf of tho ...

SYDNEY, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

SYDNEY, Tin ore is quoted at 22sper.unit.,;' A sailing bu.it containing five persons capsized liutween the Honda ycstordiiy aftjrnoon. T'.vo of tlio occupanltr named Mrs. Leigh and Mr. Boll wcro drowned. Tlio other* narrowly oscitped. - ' The Ministor for Agriculture speaking at Tuinut on baturday said tho Govern ment intunded Bending an experienced: commercial man to England to watch over the producing interests of this colony . The Premier returns from Tasmania to day. A number of shopkeepers, wero; to-day. tiued os and costs under the Eurly closing Act for keeping open after 10 ! p.m- .ou1; i Saturday night. ?? i The Minister for Dofenoo 1 says ample: I provision is being made for local defences.! i Durihg the .voyage of- tho steamer Eastern, four fisl-ormen woro' rescued: fromnn upturned boat in the China Soa. Tlib steamer Au-lie which went ashore on the Queensland Coast, and was subse quently floacod arrived in Sydney Hurbour; this morning. Tne firat law term of the year com ma...

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