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Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. ^ SYDNEY,- Moki>AY:NIGHT: - . MESSRS. Pitt, Son, mid. Budgery, report us follows to-day 13080 sheop.wero panned, the jujirket. being 8d lower.. NVothors 8s Gil to'14s' fid ; owes, 83 to lOs (id. \ ' .7. ' : i 128G cattle woroynrdod, tlio market be-'"' ing unaltored. Bullocks, L3 10s to L9 5s ; cows, L3 10s to Lfi 12s. Besti boof brought 20s per lOOlbs.

THE LATEST. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

, "3?5a:3ES a^'^TJES.ST SYDNEY, .'MONDAY NIGHT. .-Every- effort" will bo made to get tho Bushmen's Contingent away oti the 24th instant. Although tho datt»-has'"not yet been doQmtely fixed, in is utiderstood the Contingent will'leiivo on that date. Each man received £3 on account last Ssturdny. The full .strength' of tho Contingent is . (ixed at GOO. ; . i Contributions to the N. S. Wnlos Pat rintic Fund havo reached £18,541, while the Bushmen's Fund amounts to £26,655. General Bailor's latest revorse is the .ouo tropic of conversation iu the city, aud has caused a feeling of great disap pointment in allcirclcu. ?,

General Buller withdraws to the south side of the Tugela. Unable to hold position A Change of Tactics. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

General Buller withdraws - to the south side of - the Tugela. Unable to hold position A Change , of Tactics. ' LONDON," Fybrutirym THE Boors report , that Gbnernl 'Bulor's fbrcci.after being'heavily sholledf Withdrew to the south side of tlio, Tugola River. This news has since boon 'officially con firmed.' : 'A Special cable to tho SUNDAY TIMES states that tlie British have advanced lo" Alkantz, taking up a commanding position but subsequently found it untenable. : Tho Boers fiorcely'attacked the British on Tuesday, but wero ? :repulsod ; by Mjijor-Genoral Hildyard. The Boers resumed tlio. bombardmont on Wednesday. The attack'was resisted for some time, but as the British could not silence the . enemy's guns General Buller decided to withdraw, " General Bullef.says ho did not expbriorico a re-, pulso, but was simply unable to hold the position. ; At daybreak on Thursday, tho British returned to tho south side of tho Tugela Rivor., Tho Artillery duel, before the ristiremont. is descr...

Mysterious Poisoning Case A FAMILY DEVELOP STRANGE SYMPTOMS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Mysterious Poisoning Case/ r A FAMILY DEVELOP- STRANGE . SYMPTOMS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. AT 'Jondaryan, Toowoomba, Queensland; . " ,a;family,naitied \Yakno, numboring 8, bo- - aides thi> fattier and uiothor, were:- taken ; ' ill aftetf biting poach pie. Tlio father and mothor were taken to tho Hospital in a precarious-;c(mdition. ? Tho . fatjier died shortly after admission, mid: tho. mother is not expected to recover. V The wholo of the children woro brought into:Too-' wpomba yestorduy, all of whom, with one - exception, have developed similar symp toms. The eldest son, about 20 years of ? " age, is nlono left, being quite well, Tho ' ' symptoms are very peculiar, and tho . doctors are unable to state the chubo. The stomach of tho deceased father. has been sent to Brisbane, for analysis.

TELEGRAMS Tragedy at Grafton. A YOUNG MAN FOUND MURDERED SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Tragedy at Grafton. - A YOUNG MAN FOUND MURDERED SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. . TOE body of a young man' named. Cyrus M'Farlane \ii\a found in Grafton with his head frightfully sninshdd, evidently with tho portion of. a funco roil. Tho do ccased's puckuts were turned inside out, and a fence post was alongside \of tho body bespattered with blood. s; It is nn'un doubted case of murdo'r, and every- effort is being mado to truco tlio murderer. Tho deceased'w is soon: : with snmo por sons before midnight the previous'1 bight, but his companions are very reticent as to their movements, and one: of them, | together with a: Chinaman, has boon ar rested on suspicion of boing concerned in .tho murder.- .

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

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THE TENTERFIELD Interrolonial Courier AND Fiarfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

> THE: TENTERFiEl U Jut err 0I0 mal Can vkv '?A'.'* ''I: ? ' *2T : Fairfield &' "Wallangarra Advocate .- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. ,, LOCAL NEWS. AUCTION* SALE.-TIIOBO in search of tgtock aiid farm implements should not lose height of the- fact that Mr. X. Whereat will hold a salo of same at Mr. J. Murphy's farm, Smamp Qak, to-morrow afternoon. For particulars see advertisement. ; V- AMATEUR ART SOCIETY.-Tliq payment - of prizes won^at the lato exhibition was . held in the Scnool of Arts on Friday after noon, when a number of winners presented themselves. Miss Stewart, of Millera, was iho largest , prize taker. - V .; . . ..FAREWELL. TO CAPTAIN THOMAS.-A. meeting pf gentlemen wishing to/suitably recognise tho doparture of this officer for tho jeat of war will be held, at the Com mercial Hotel, this evening at 8-o'clock. Wo hope to seo a largo gathering.. " THE RECENT COACH ACCIDENT.-WO , are sorry, to learn that the injuries sus tained by Mr. Soper in tho recent coach Occiden...

DRAKE NEWS. MARRIAGE OF MISS ALLISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

DRAKE NEWS; "/ (FROM OUN OWN CONRTESVONDANT.) -J r . MARRIAGE OF MISS ALLISON.' ONE thing,that a mere man cnn'b. under atand is tho interest that women take -in* nnothor woman's wedding. Bub tlion there are no many things a inoro nmn can'b understand - about women that a . little thing like that don't mattor muoh. A littlo after oight this morning tho ladies of Drake began to troop into St. Peter's Anglican Church. .They came and came until tho Church was packed and late comers had to Btand outside.. They came to Bee - the marriago of Miss Allison, daughter of Mr. James Allison, of tho Mount Pleasant Hotel, and Mr. R. >V. Osbiston, the woll known .mining ni^n of lnveroll. - The Church interior was beautifully decorated by the members of tho Sunday, School with flowers and greenery., At nino o'clocktho bride ar rived, accompanied by her parents, Mrs. F. Osbiston, of Sydnoy, mother of tho bridegroom," and the bridesmaids. Tho ceromony was performod by the Rev. Archdeacon Moxon, of^...

DAN BARRY'S DRAMATIC CO. Soldiers of the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

DAN BARRY'S.DRAMATIC CO.. ' Soldiers of the Queen. THIS always popular company opened Inst night in tho School of Arts Tenterfield to n crowdedliouse, and tlie piny wont with grcnt swing nnd vigor. No doubt this was on nccount of its strong military cbnractor, and nil references, nnd tlioy weio ninny, to Australian patriotism were received with unbounded applauBO. Mr. R. Holyfordf tho hero, Miss Gladys Grant, who is the heroine of this stirring picce, acted with great spirit, nnd tho great Dan himself ns an Irish soldier was in his rollocking clement, which ho knows so well how to ndorn. The other characters woro excellently filled, and wo mustnotico tho efforts of Mr H. Stonehani, Mr. Rode, Mr. King, Mr. Hayes, and especially MisB Aslin, and Miss Whoslow. To-mgHt-'--TTnol0 Tom's Cabin. To-night (Tuesday) tho last night o^ the season there will bo a ohango of bill* when the company will product) tho world-famed piny, " Uncle Tom's Cabin." Mr. Barry promises to stago the produc tion ...

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE usual weekly mooting of the com mittee wns held oil Saturday Inst, when thoio wore present:-Messrs. J. H. Roi l (chair), Goodrich, R. M'Aliator, Kuskey, Roper, Cowloy, Cowin, M. Smith, Hynes, .Readett, H. A. , Smith, Wilkie, I. Whereat, A. J. Smith, Lohse, Miller, Brown, and tho Secretary. . Tho .'minutes of the previous meeting wore rend and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. (1) From Sydney Catering Co., offering to furnish an estimate for any Catering they may require for the forthcoming Show.' Received. (2)'From Miss Walker, Concord, re gretting her inability to bo presont to open; the Show as requested. (3) From Chief Traffic Manager acknowledging receipt of application for special trainB. (4) From Mr. W. H. Groom, Too woomba, regretting his inability to bo presont at the coming Sh«w owing to sickness. (G) From David Jones and Co., Sydney, forwarding trophy value 65s. (6) From ' Secretary . Leeoh's Gully Union, applying for space for district Exhibit. Granted,...

CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A MEETING of tho abovo Association was hold on Tuesday evening last. Corres pondence wan road (1) from tho Stan thorpo Club desiring to play a match at Tentorfield on thiS 3rcl March ; (2) from Agricultural Society, drawing attention to tho iriischiof done to tho Society'3 pro perty during Cricket matches, and intimat ing that in future a charge would he made for tho useTof tho wicket. . The latter letter was received, whilo the challenge from the Stanthorjie Club -was nccopted. Tho Secretary was instructed to employ a man for oqe day to mow the grass round the wicket in Queon's Park, the Counoil. agreeing to do the same. The team to roprosent. Tenterfield against Stanthorpo will'bo selected from the following players :-Pike, Krahe, Riley, Keif, Walker, Bentley, Tompsori, VV. Smith, Corney, W. Dickson, T. Smith, Everett, Roid, Wyman, C. Blaker, Jeff ries, A. J. and Jas. Donnelly, T. Roos, and Reading. Tho final selection will ap pear in coxfc Friday's issuej and...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

LONDON FuimuXitY 8. The War Offiico has received information Hint General Bullor crossed tlio Tugela River on Monday last, and is now iidwinc ing towards Ladysmith- ' . Reuter's war correspondent: nt Sponr man's Camp telegraphs that tlio Naval Brigade opened tiro on tlio onomy at 7 o'clock on Monday morning.whilo throe battalions of infantry mado a feint attack from four different positions in tho direc tion of Brakfontoin. At 11 o'clock tho Boor guns oponcd lire, and sent some Bholls among tho British infantry who re-.' tired nt noon. Mbnnwliile.Goridral Bullor made a vigorous attack on . tho onomy from his extromo right, while the Engine ers constructed n. pontoon .bridge across tho river. A number of guns which had been placed on Zwartskop and' "were hidden by trees,-kept up .a heavy bomb-' ardment of the position .occupied by the Boers and under covor of the artillery firo j the infantry crossed the river,: completely surprising the : Boers nnd capturing Krantsloof, one of the h...

OFFICIAL DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

/ OFFICIAL DECLARATION. At noon, yesterday, Mr. W. H. Aubrey (Keturniiig Officer) officially declai'ed thu result of the poll, and duly declared Alderman W. Reid (West Word), John Tooliey (South Ward),. M. Kelly (North Ward) elected for a pariod of three years, and W. Crisp Son, for two yours lioiug the unoxpired tonn of tho Extraordinary vacancy in tho West Ward. "Only Aldor man Juorgens and somo half dozen rate payers were present to tuku part iu tho piocecdinga.' Alderman JuergonB moved a hearty vote of thanks to the Returning Officer for the efficient maimer in which ho hud carried out his duties. Ho regretted tlmfc tho successful Aldeimen wero nob present to tako part in tho proceeding;}. All-. Awhroy in returning Mumlcs also ! uxpruHsi-fl Hiirpriae at tho iibsonco of Aldermen Kelly nnd Crisp, who, ho thought, should have been present.

CRICKET. Association Matches. CHRIST CHURCH v WEST END. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

CRICKET; Association Matches. " ^CHRIST CHI-ROH V ,WEST END. ' Tms'match was continued; on Saturday^ last,1? arid remitted in a victory for Christ Church Club by 56 runs. Subjoinod aro tho scores:- _ » Chhist, Cauncn, TTirst Innings' ...122 WEST END, First Innings . ... ... 90 , Cubist Cuuech.-Socond Innings. Everett, b H. Dickson . - ... ... 0 B. Fitzhardinge, run out ... - ... L; Baker, st Smith, b Dickson.?/. .... -.10 Bentley, thrown out ... - 10 Tompson, not out ? . .ii'v ?v. 41 Wyrnun, c Dickson, b Wernor .. 0 Flynn, b C Dickson '16 Carter, c Werner, b 0.. Dickson"?.v 0 O. Scott, o Weiner; b J.vSniith s ; 7 Westbury, oC. Dicksou, b J.i Smith<..2 M. H. Fitzhnrdingo, absent.;. " . i ',... .' Sundries _ ... Total * ... 117 West EN».-~Second7lnnings..: Cornoy, c Tompson, b:Baker . . 0 W; Smith, b-Wymnn..., ^ ' .V. . 2. T. Smith, b Bukcr ... ? 32 Worner, run out ... ... . ..; i r ... H Dickson, b Bakor ^ ) < ? 0 C. Dickson, not out .s"i,.. "22 G. Smith. b scot...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Brief Mention. .. TEMPERATURE high. AUCTION sale to-morrow. MUNICII'AII elections over. DAN BAUUY Company to-night. : Tlie Transvaal war is at its huiglit. The Now Knglnnd Fair to-morrow night. : SEND-OFF t<>'Captain Thomas being, ar ranged. , V A. vorp jt>f no . coufideuco in. tlio Vic torian Government was moved by Mr. Jliggins on Friday. The divieionis likely to bo oloso. ' TliN'.thoua.md CHBCH of bubonic plague vacoiii'e aranow on thoway from'India to Sydney. ; Te'MiinLE bush flros'are raging along the Timiut River. Iyoaloulnblo damago has already boon dono. , ' AT Wellington on Friday night n man named 'McMillan, and bin-daughter, were cut to pieces op the railway lino. - IT bus been finally lixedtlmt tlio Bush ^men'o Contingent [roin this colony shall consist of. 500 mon. Tlio Lnditn have boon working hard .fur the iJow England Faiiv;-. Dont disappoint thorn.

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

;TKE '-MUNICIPAL' BLBOTIONS. The Municipal elections took plnce on Saturday last, and wore quietly conducted throughout tho d:iy. The opposing candi -dates and thoir friends were on tho alert rounding up voters, but beyond tliia thoro wns an cntirunbsenco of excitement. Tho figures show that the polling in West Ward wns very small compared with pre vious years; whilo tho ratepayers in the North Ward did not roll up to thu poll . with their accustomed promptitude; Thu results of the Local Opt ion Voto show ;that the ratepayers arc disinclined to in crease tho number of licensed houses in tho district, evidently being of opinio)) tlint then are quite sufficient already to . meet public requirements; In tho un avoidable ftbsonco of the Mayor, Mr. \V.,: H. Aubroy, Council Clerk, acted as Re turning Officer, with head quarters at tho Town Hall, wliero the Local Option voto nlono was taken. During tho day rates to the amount of £70 were pail in, a proof that contests are a blessing in tha...

THE TABULAM BRIDGE. Tondora for Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

THE TABULAM BRIDGE. Tondora for Timber. * FOLLOWING are the tondors recoived.by the Dopartinunt of Public Works for tho supply and delivery of round, hown, and sawn timhor-for the main bridfjo, and bridges in approach, over the Clarenco River at Tabulum :-J. Imbargor, section 3, L1270 10s; N. Knuekeyi section - 3, Hill 4S lid ; J. Soxtop, section 3, L1115 19s Id; T. Cadell, section 1..L23013s 9d ; A. J. Bott, «eclion 1, L210 10s; A. J.' Butt, section 2, L481 5s ; Cadell,: sec tion 2, L4G6 10s 8d ; Frank' Pry or, ? sec tion 1, L320; James Plater, section 2, L385 los Od; James Plater, section 1, L231.7H. . ' On Saturday last Mr. \V. F. Everett, Resident Enginsor, drovo tho Assistant. Roads Engineer, Sydnoy, and the Govurn hiont.Overseer of tho bridge, down to Tabulam for tho purposo of "arranging matters for a start. Tho tenders abovo mentioned will bo decided shortly, and work will then bo commenced with the ereotion. '

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSS FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Post Office Timo Table. UAItfl CLOSK FOlf* . r. Wilsons','Dov/uful.k and Uorivbo Boonoo; a Tucs'liiy ind FriOnv, utO aOp m 5". . .Sydney, Glen Innes Armidulc,'' and New :;iatle, 615 ; p. in. (S:itim??iys' OXCOpfc^'l. » Tubutaui, Ca<uuo, Lismore, rind Rirlunond ftiver-D.uly,.except Sunday,, at 12 ; noon; leave at r2 30p.m, rirabarra, and Stcinbrook-Tuesday atid; . 'Friday, at 0*30 p.m. Leavo Weilnes ' day.and Saturday at C a.m. Drake; . Sandy .Hill, und < Itossitprvjlle Daily at 12 noon. LrKvo at 12'30p.m. :_BonabA,.WTTrMondayMid Friday, nt* 9 30. . p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday . afc5 a.m. Bryan'a Gap-TuoBday and Friday at 11*45; . '.<a.ra. .. .Wftllangarra and Queensland daily nfcf . 10'30 a.m. (Sundny excepted.) ' MAI15 ' AJIRIVU . TliOM . 8ydnoy»' Glen^Innes, Armidalo; West Mainland,, and Newcastle-D:iily (ex cept.;Saudays)nt 11:50 a.m. . . Boonoo Boonoo, and "Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, nt 5*30p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except...

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

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LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, .. SYDNEY, MONDAY JIIOHT. Whent, 2s 8ld to 33 . Flour, L6 l*0s to L7 "VGhickwheafc, 2a 3d to 2s 5d Chaff, L210s to 1,3 12s 6d . - Potatoes L3 to L4 2s Od t . Oaten Hay, L3 10s to L4 10s : "Maizo, 2s ld to 29 9d V, Oiits, 2s Bd to 2s Gd -,y Lucorne, L2 5s to L2 15s Butter, creamery, 8Jd ; factory, 74d to dairy j Cj to 7d. . 7

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