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SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

SYDNEY,' ;; XnU^DAY- NldHT.; V Tin oro is quoted at; 22s por. unit. Tho-business of tlio "Victorian Session ; has boon concluded; mid Parliament will - bo prorogued on Tuesday. TheMinistor for Lunds, in reply to nil influential deputation, who presented a petition signed by sixty monitors- of Par liament, promised to urgo Mr. Lyne to placo £250,000 on the estimates for the purpose of dealing with the question of artesian boring. At tho Freotrade Conference to-day tlio majority of delegates spoke strongly r against the sub committee's proposals in favor of an absolute froetrado tiirifF for. Federated Australia. Mr. Leahy dcolarod "it'would mean a loss of L850,000 annually to Queensland, whilo the South Australian and Victorian delegates assorted suoh a policy would not go down in their colonies. . . The Full Court has called on a certain , solicitor to show cause why lid should nob: be Btruclc off the roll foi alleged- irregula rities. ' " : . - A coach capsized while crossing Mullet...

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THVIISPAY NIOUT. i MESSRS.'Vifcty Son; and Budgery report us follows to-dny ; r- . . About 31,000 sheop wno penned, tho market being sixpence lower.. Wethora to 13s 6il; owes," 8s to 10s 63.. . 864; cattle woro yarded, (ho market being better. Best beef, worth 20a per: ,1'OOlbd; Bullocks.. £3 to £9 17s ; cowa £3 to £6 5s. . ? * . ?

The Grafton Murder. CONFESSION BY MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

. The Grafton Murder. : CONFESSION JSY MURPHY. Tni; inquest 011 tho murdered lad Mf nrlano at Grnfton wa3 commenced on Monday last, brief particulars of which nppearodilasb issue, when the evidence of Young, who found the boy's body, was taken ? ^Extraordinary conflicting evidence was given by two lads named Eaton and M'Carthy. -Eaton swoiro that after passing Duggan's place tliey rode two miles, and their: turned off by the Grafton Dairy Factory to cross the creek nt Carr's Creole. They obtained a;horso, and retraced their steps: to the factory, and-thence along to Soutlwate, only one of the other occupants^ of their hut was .in bed! Tho fourth man,' Crispin, wan riot at home. M'Carthy was in his company during tho whole timo. M'Carthy swore that after passing Duggan's they rodo straight to Southgate. He doiiied absolutely that they had gone to Carr'a Creek for a horse,, or thiit* they led a horse to Southgate. When they ar rived at Southgate both Crispin and Barnier were in bed. H...

EMMAVILLE. FEBRUARY 12, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

EMMAVILLE.. V, (FllOJI OUft OWN ConnESl'ONDENTi) February 12, 1900. ; AVebu's MINE.-Things are pretty > quiot here./ Splendid nro liits booiistruck in: the 440 apd 050 feet levels, and tho bat tery is running well, and . turning out plenty of concentrates. / ' Tub WEATHER.- Tho weather is very hot and dry. Water for domestic pur poses is getting scarco, though there js plenty to got for mining. Miniso.-Tin mining has takon a fresh start since tliii rise in tho markot. But as yet there nro no fresh findsi of auy . im portance. A number of mon^ore .making from £2 to '£.4 a week working old ground, and almost anyone can make from 25s to 30s a-iveek fossicking., Ai.LEaEii . CATTLE ' SiEALiNC.\.;-r-Luko Smith (Butcher) and Richard Fu.t (Com mon lianger) were brought before i\lr, T. Clmjidler; J-P-i at the Police Court to-day, and '-charged''?'"with cattle stealing." Nine hides were found on Smith's premises, for which no satisfactory account could be given; They were remanded for 8 da...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

LONDON, February 12. . News i&to hand that tho Boers liavo re sumed the bombardment of Kimborley and have' been continuously.Bholling the town with a 6in.' gun since the 7th instant. The assailants »ro constructing; additional trenohes, and nrc drawing closer to the town. The girrison of Kimborley are run ning short of food supplies, aud riro now compelled to eat liorsoflesli, as no beef is procurable. A Battory of New South Wales Artillery has startod from Capetown for the front. The Capetown correspondent of the "Times" says that thomorocolonial troops there are at the front the better, and the continual stream now arriving is producing an incalculable moral effect on tho Dutch population. Lord Roborts has had , an .enthusiastic reception at Modder Rivor. . Tho disloyal colonists who wero captured at Sunnysido havo beon committed fur trial at Capetown. Mr. Wiuston Churchill reports that Gonoral Bullei; is . preparing for a fresh, advance. .Major-Gcnoral E. T. II. Hufcton, ...

CRICKET. Association Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

CRICKET. Association Matches. TiiE second round of thE competition matches under the auspices of tho Tenter field Cricket Association will be com menced to-morrow, when tho Christ Church mid Tentorfield Clubs will meet on Queen's Park, and tho Bungulln aud West End Clubs at Bungulla. The team to represent Tenterficld against Stanthorpe on tlio 3rd March will be selected from the following "iifteen players Messrs. Pike, Riley, Bentley, L. Walker, Tompson, W. and T. Smith, W. Corney, Jeffries, Woodward, A. J. and Jus. Djnnelly, Werner, M. Bcid, and Wyman. Any of the above players who will be unable to take part in tho above match are requested to notify the Secre tary, Mr. W. E. Scott, by Wednesday next, on which date the following selec tion will be made. \ The following, team has been, ^elected to represent West End against Jump Up : -Messrs. Mills, Lee, H. and C. Dickson, J., T., and W. Smith, Corney,. Wernor, Pebordy, Coaldrake, with.S. .Whereat as emergency. Tho following players...

THE NEW ENGLAND FAIR. A Successful Function. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

A Successful Function. THE above Fair organised for the purpose of aiding the funds of tho local Wesleyan Church, was opened in the Great North ern Hall on Wednesday night in the pre sence of a fair assemblage of the public. For many weeks past the ladies of the congregation busily engaged themselves in preparing for the event. The decorations of the large hall were far superior to any thing seen here on any previous occasion. The walls, were profusely decorated with flags of all nations, and as was only natural in this critical period of the world's history the British one predominated. This with the greenery, made a perfect picture, the brilliancy of the Acetylene gas provided by Messers 'Roper and Walker rendering the interior arrangements perfect. True, the attendance was not so large as one could have wished, but it must be borne in mind that of late a good many calls have been made on the public purse, for amuse- ments of one kind or another. The whole of the stalls were neat ...

A FAMILY POISONED. Mysterious Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

A FAMILY POISONED. Mysterious Affair.     What appears to be the most serious poisoning case that ever occured in this dis- trict happened a few days age near Jon- daryan, a case involving ten members of one family, and already three fatalities are recorded. A settler named Johann Walke resides on Lagoon Creek, about seven miles from Jondaryan, with his wife and eight children. On Wednesday Mrs. Walke took ill, and in the evening the husband also complained, with the result that both were very bad through the night and Thursday, and on Friday they were taken to Jondaryan, and from there removed to the Toowoomba Hospital, reaching the institution late that night. So bad had the husband become that he died shortly after being admitted to the hospital. Five of the children were removed to the hospi- tal on Saturday night, While the other two   came in on Sunday by buggy, and the eldest came in on Monday, thus the whole of the family—even the eldes...

THE LATEST. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

?3S72ESE3E3 Xa^.T,E3S,di?. SYDNEY, MOXPAY NIOUT. Tho troopship, Atlnntiun, will cnrry ul' the bushhion iind forces. Every effort will bo made t;o get tho vesBel nway by Satur day next At a social gathoring to-day, tli'o Colonial Secretary said that tho Government wore not jingoistic, were, tho people, but both meant to help in this' war of the om piro. Thdpooplo had well supported tho Govornmout in all actions the latter had token. ". . ',' : y' The New Zealand third contingent embarked at Lytfloton on Saturday imid a scene of great enthusiasm. Tho troops havo been equipped entirely by private subscription. The cables roceived in Sydney yeator day announcing the success of tho British arms caused groat rejoicings. There was also great jubilation throughoutrtho other colonies, and at Hobnrt special thanks? giving services woro hold. The transport Southern Cross reached Capetpwn on Saturday.' Mr.1 Lyne, on behalf of--tho Colouy cabled congratulations to the British War Office, also to...

TRANSVAAL WAR The Relief of Kimberley. The Boers Retire. French's Casualties Slight. LONDON, THURSDAY NIGHT, Feb, 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

The Relief of Kimtorley. The Boers Retire. French's Casualties Slight. ; LONDON, THURSDAY NIGHT; Fub. 15. Major Hannay's Brigade bf '-Mounted' Infantry have mhrclicd from tho Orange Riyor to Ramden, 12 miles over the Free State Border. ' A elight bpgftgem'ont was iouglil; on tho lltli instant; 4 men -being killed^ 22: wounded and 13 missing. . General Fronch's cavalry has seized Deckerst Drift, 20 miles south-east of Oenoml Methuen's position, tl)un enabling General Tucker's and Kenny's division to, encamp on tlio Eastern bank of Beit River. Major Majerdie of Lord Roberta force and ono trooper were killed and 2 wounded, . general Dundoriald'B force while en gaged at East Chievoloy had G men wounded including Major Churchill. . Lord Roberts describes tho operation as a brilliant one. The heat during the engagement was excessive, with blinding dust storms. ." Owing to tho rapidity of tlio movement, the enemy offered only slight opposition. Tho British losses wore very small. Tlio Sixt...

Barney Downs Creek Bridge, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

Barney Downs Creek Bridge, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOUT. f Mr; A. J. Butt, L10518s, is tho lowest to ndiirer for tlio Barney DOWIIB Crock bridge. . ?

Customs Taxation Threatened. Utterance by Mr. F. Clarke. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

Customs Taxation Threatened. , Utterance by Mr. 3?. Clarko. . SYDNEY, MONDAY Niokt. SrEAKiNQ.nt ICempaoy, Mr. Frank Clarke aaid thTit lie lmd been informed fclmt in ordor to piiy for tlio cost of tlio various military co'fttihyonta. the Government' in tended toraiso additional rovenuo through tho OuBtiiiiiB. .

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY KIOHT, I Tin ore ia quoted at 22s per unit. It is understood <1 number of important I prosecutions under the Early Closing Act are pending with a view of clearing up doubtful points.- Thoso will be rogarded as teat cases, tho trouble being nminly with mixed shops. . Tho Molbourne cricket team defeated Auckland by on innings and 385 runs. . A man "namod William Hutnford, aged 59 years, staying with his son at Non-castle, committod suicide. ' Ho inflicted fearful wounds on his throat and Ubdomcu with a carving knifo. T]jo moo fought at Auckland ovor dice. Oho named Carow was killed.

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOET. RlEssns. Pitt, Son,- unci Budgoiy report us follows to-day 14,100 'shco'ti wore penned, tiie market boing lower. Wethors, 8s to 13a Gd ; owen, 7s 7d to 10s. v . . ? , 1174 cattle were yarded, vnlues being easier. Best beef woith. 20a por lOOlbs; bullocks, L3 10a toCLOBtf j eoivs, L3 to L0. In local lines Mosars. Harrison, Jojies and Devlin report'tliiit Wrtlkcr TruBtotB bullocks nverngod JJI 9i6d ; colvs, L4 17s. On account of Northern Agents, bullocliB, Ij514s3d. V , ? ?

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

PALMYHA TEA ia'the liurest of. hill-grown ??? The Finest in the market, and . yet very economical. TR Y IT And you will use no other. Wholesale-JOHN BARLOW & Co., " 388-90 Sussex Street >Sydnoy Your Storekeeper will have ;it..Aslc bim diiir sM~A/ Mrs. Or. Lloyd, Desires to announco that at the request of a very largo number of her patients and supporters during the past fifteen years, she has determined to add to the Hat of her valuablo preparations a number of othors from the privato prescriptions and wedieaj notes of her late nusband, DR. G. E. R LLOYD, M.R.C P.E., I.R.C.S.E., &e. These Remedies are dispensed under the immediate care of a leading Sydney physic-; an, and -will be known as the lUOSOZON REMEDIES, For the most Bevcre coni .plaints and painful dia ?^.orders, cccurriag in every r^doy life, and may be ob tained fiom MRS. VDR.' LLOYD" OKLY, at the uni form price of 10s Cd per box or bottle, viz. -. B B lOSOZON RE G U L A - ' TING PILLS. A Specialty for ...

CAPTAIN THOMAS ENTERTAINED. Presentation of Souvenirs. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

?Presentation of Souvenirs. At tho Gymnasium Inst niglit there was an asseuiblago of Borne seventy townsmen present to entertain Captain Thomas prior to his departure with the Busbmon's Con tingent for South Africa. The recognition of his 'services to the town took tho form of a smoke concert and presentations, consisting of a* purso of 13 sovereigns for the purpose of purchasing a suitablo souvenir in the shape of a pair of field glasses for.liimsolf, from tho townspeople, and a silver Iflnslc and sandwich-case, in scribed, . and; enclosod in an appropriate leather saddle pouch from tho members of tho Tcriterfield Town Band, of which he in President. Tho Mayor (Alderman W. Reid) occupied the elwir, and in proposing, tho toast ' of the guest, rwhicli was drunk : with .musi cal honors, made; the first presentation; on behalf of the-townspeople, while Mr. Kneipp did like duty for tho Bund. Captain Thomns, vvho was received with rapturous applauso respondod in feeling tortus, and thank...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

Wanted. TTJ^NTED a MABEIED MAN 'ris W St'OCKMAN. Must be nblo to Blioe.. Bcferf>nces required. Apply to v P JEPFEEY, ? IliigooJn Station. To Let. v :"D OOMY' SHOP and- DWELkING-;Wnc ; -CV ,.,;ltou80»8tieet, -Tenterfiold,- adjoining .Bank-of New South . Wales. Apply?1''-1^" W. KEID A. CO, , , y Molbourno Houso., v To Farmers. "TT7"ANTED to , purchase PEIME ?, ?T.V \- MAIZE in nny , qunntityj .highest' market pnco. Apply W. EEID &, CO,, Melbourne Houso TENDERS. f I iENDEES are required for execuliDi* X ; CO or 00 FEET of. a DRIVE, more or lose, along thalma of tho Buck 'Reef, Boouoo Boonoo. 'i'eu'dora will be received up to 24TH FEBRUARY,-130J. For par ticulars apply to Hubert Slevonuoo, Tenter field, or to . . - .. JOHN WILSON, ^ .Boonoo Boonoo. TENTEBFIELD I. P. A. & M. SOCIETY. - A PPLICATIONSnro invited for thy A POSITIONS of TICKET 13OX and lGATEKEEPEKS. -Sumo will /bo'i'oceived up to FRIDAY, 23rd instant. ' F W. HOSKIN, : >. Secretary. . , Tffn . . ST. PATR...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. The New Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

THE TENTERFiEl D ' jnt ci"jc0l0 m al Caiukr ;; Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, KEBRUAItY 20. ' -Tho Now Mayor. ? There was a gonuine ring of progression contained in the lomarks of the Mayot elect' at the Town Hall on-Friday ;hight! Ho lot it ,be 'dearly understood that a ? Bcheme for lighting,the town with some sort of illuminant would be one of his very first acts on accession to office. By laws would also be framed, and an effort made in the .direction .'of formulating a scheme for tho introduction of proper sanitary arrange-, monts in tho interests of the healtn of the citizens.. It struck one as somewhat strango to hear ono of the speakers at tho meeting say that the Council was entirely minus of by-laws, not oven a copy of tho old ones being obtainable. However, we are promised that all thiBwill be remedied . within a very short while, and that wo are about to emerge from the shadow of dark ness that has hung over us like a pall for a number of years back. Wo...

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. SHOW PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY; I SHOW PRIVILEGES. MR. I. WHEREAT submitted, to competi tion on: Saturday Inst tlio privileges in connection with the forthcoming Show, the total amount realised being £!>7| as fnllowa No 1 Publican's Booth, Mr. W. Hinton, £30 ; No , 2 ' Publican's Rooth, Mr.-J. Donoghuo, £38 ; No l Cake Stall, Mr. P. Capponi, £7 ; No 2 Cake Stall, Mvs. - J. Flynn, £7 103 ; Right of G^and Stand, Mr. J. Barnard, £8 10s. COMMITTEE MEETING. V THE usual weekly meeting of tlio com mittoo was held on Saturday last, when there woro presont:-Messrs. ?. J. H. Roid (chair), Roper, Sommorlad, Roadett, Donoghuo, WoolnougIC Wilkie, H. A. Smith, W. Roid, Crisp, Hawkins, Corrin, and tho Secvotary. The minutes of the proyious meeting woro rend and confirmed. C0R11FSP0HI>ENU12, . (1) From Scnior-Sorgeant Hicks advis ing that Superintendent Garvin had ap provedof four extra polieemcn being sent for duty at Show time. (2) From Lover Bros, Syduoy, forward ling sot of Carvers as a trophy. (3)...

DRAKE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

DRAKE NEWS. (FROM OUH OWN COIMESRONDGNT.) . ST. PETER'S church is having a run of had luck just now. A few days ago it lo^t the organist, and new nnolhor active worker in Iho person of Miss L. J. Syngo '.is going. Her departure wan mado the occasion of a complimentary social gather ing in the School of Arts Hall on Friday ovoning. A heavy fall of rain enrly in the ovoning for a time inudo success doubtful, but the weather grew better and tho at tendance grew larger until there wore fully fifty couples on tho floor enjoying the dance music of the Drake Band. The decoration of tho hall.with ferns and garden flowers were perhaps the best wo lmvo luid yet. There would have been flags too, but tho people of Timterfield, a village some distance westward, borrowed them. The most important part of the evening's programme was tho presenta tion to Miss Syrigo of a very handsome Russia leather silver mounted dressing ease, furnished with dainty out glass and silver toilet mysteries. The presen...

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