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

LOCAL NEWS. THE RAILWAY SURVEY.-Word wub re ^ ceived in town yesterday to the effect that Mho survey by Messrs. Kennedy and ; JnmicEon of tlio railway route between Tenterlield arid Casino. had been com pleted. v : ROAD CoKTRAers.-The following are this lowest tenders for. the undermentioned . road contracts :-"Contract 15/09-1900, v John. Grogan, X62 j Contract 25/99-1900, P.^ullivan,L10912s3d. ;.;.Copscii. . MEETING.-Thero was no : meeting- of the Municipal Council held lust, night. ns : originally . intended. ; The ' business set down.for transaction will be disposed of at the ordinary meeting next Monday night. WARRIORS in TOWN:-On Saturday Stafl-Serg. Mitchell, Privates J. Struck Burrows, and Hurtz, who are selected-for theBushmen's Contingent, arrived in town from camp.to Eay good-bye to friends and relations. They appeared in full uniform of khaki. ? The JUVENILE,BALL.-The.plain and fancy dress biJl' by Mr. Loader-Hill's pupils takes place in the -Gymnasium to night, . and; p...

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

; Fatal Burning Accident. ,. SYDNEY, MONDAV NIGHT. MAY FJTZPATKICK,. . daughter of Mr. 'riioniiwFitzpiitriok, M.P., wnsburned to douth lit Tompra yosterduy by lior olothoa catcliin^ fire.

THE NEW ENGLAND FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

. THE NEW ENGLAND PAIR.' The above fair was continued in the! Great Northern Hull on Saturday night, . and was well patronised by the public. " he fair saleswoman .were succeseful in disposing of tho whole of tho goods on tho various stalls at satisfactory prices. Tho side shows.were all well patronised,', - niid produced a good revenue,- Tho Firo , Brigade Band considerably enlivoned tho proceedings with sweet strains of music, and proved a source of attrition to those : in attendance. The receipts totalled tho respectable sum of £'C3, a nice addition ,: to the funds of the local Webloyan Church, and a credit to tho exertions of those ineinbors of th> Church who worked so hard ; to attain Success. Tho last night cleared L7

LEECH'S GULLY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

LEECH'S GULLY UNION. THE usual monthly meeting of tho above Union was held on Wednesday last, when there was a largo attendance, the President (Mr. Goodrich) occupying tlfe chair. Tho correspondence comprised a letter from tho SunnyBido Union stilting that us there were uot threo Unions to competo for tho district exhibit nt tho forthcoming Show tho competition would full through, and challenging tho Leech's Gully Union to n competition for n district exhibit, tho losing Union to pay tho winning ono L3. It ivas resolved that tho Exocutivo'Com mittee, together with Messrs Goodrich, Weir, Geyer, Steed, Miller, Telford, and AuBtin with powor to add to their number bo appointed to canvass among tho mem bers of tho Union to seo what ex hibits can bo got for tho district trophy. Sunnysido Union also wrote stating that it was not their intention to tako any action with regard to parrotsaud cockatoos. Tho Bruno Union also wrote relative to tho local press accounts. Tho Agricul tural Society...

CRICKET. Association Matches. BUNGULLA V. WEST END. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

CRICKET. : Association Matches. BUSOULLA V. WEST END. THIS triritoh'was commenced at Bungullit on Saturday last, tho scores at tho close of the days play beingas follows : WEST END.-tfirst Iumng». G.. Pobordy, b Jeffricj ... 0 W. Smith, bBlaker ... . ... 35 T. Smitii, c -Moylun, b Jeffries . 2 B. Werner, c J. Donnelly, b Jeffries... 7 C, Dickson, b Beading ... ... ... :10 H. Dickson, b Blakcr ... ... .:. C J. Smith, b'BIakcr --- 4 1£. Leo, o M^ylau, l> Rcadmg .... ...i .8 C. Millsnot out ... ... ? 6 .Sundries ... . ,V..~" 1 Total ... . ;i !... 73 BostiDLLA.-First Innings. A. Rolpli, o H. Diekeon, b Werner. 18 Jeffries, o H. Dickson, b Werner .T. 2f» H. Kemp, b Leo...: ... ;. ... 2 J..UomielIy, b Leo 17 SI. Larressy run out ... . ' -... 23 F. lii'utluU, li.o.w. b Leo ~ ... ... . 1 A. J. Donnelly, c Werner, b Pebordy.... . 16 W. Grant, nut out :.. ... ... 29 W.Reading, b T. Smith ... ... 8 A. Mnylan, not out ... ? ,...:? ...?1 ? 1. Suiuhles-... .... 6 -8 wiokota for...^:&lt...

THE MAYORAL ELECTION. Alderman W. Reid the Choice. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

THE MAYORAL ELECTION. Alderman W. Eoid the Choice. A MBKTINO of Aldormon was hold at the . Town Hull- on Friday night fov tho pur poso of ulectiiig a Mayor for the ensuing year. There woro present: Aldermen JuorgenB (chair), T SI. Walker; . Roper, Toohey, Kelly, W. Rujd, and W. Crisp. Tho absonco of a large number of rate payers was, no doubt caused. by tlio boisterous atate'of tlio night. .Tho business of the meeting waa opened by Alderman Juergens, in complimentary ? terms, proposing tliat Alderniuii W. Reid bo Mayor for tlio ensuing 12 months. Alderman TOOHEY seconded tho mo tion. /Ho referred to the qualifications of Alderman .Reid for tho position, anct'pro mised.him every reasonable support; ' The Chairman having put tho motion to tho mooting it was . declared carried un animously. Alderman JUEIUIENS said thit in vacat ing tho ohair in favor of tho now Mayor, ho wished to'exprusshis warmest thiuks to;'tho. Aldermen fnr the harmonious manner. in which the business:' o.f tho"' C...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

Post Office Time Table. MA11.S CLOSE POU Wilsons' Dovnifall. au.l- liooaon ..'Boonoo Tuesday .lnd'FriiWv, «t 0-30 p.ui ?' Sydney, Glen' Imies ArniMulo. Mnitlanrt, and Newcastle,.G15 p. in. (8:itiir.lnTa excepted,r Tiibulumi Ciiiino.Tiisiunre,- and I'ictimnnd , Kiver-li.iijy' except Sunday, at 12 - noon ! leiive at 12 30p.ini riuibarriv and Steinbrook--Tuesdny anil Friday, at 930 p.m'.Ljave. Weilncs i . 'In y and Saturday "at.G a.m. ' llrako,,.Sandy''Hill,' and lloasiterviile . noon. Leave at.12'30p.m. Boijsha-w-M'onday ahc] Fridayi-aU..J)-30 p.m. Vlidayo;-TaesJay and' Saturday . at 5 a.m. .-*?'? . . . . '' " ttryan'u Gap-Tuesday and Friday at ll'la . a.m. ; Wallangarra and Queensland dnily ..at ,: 1030 a.m. (Sunday exi-pvilod.) . juns auairt rubst V Sydney, Glen Inues, "Arniidalo, West ._'. Maitland, nud Newcastle-Daily (ex . cept Sundays) at 11 -50 a.m. - Boonoo Boonoo", an:l Wilson's Downfall-' Thursday aiid Sunday, at 5'30p m. . Drako. and Sandy Hill-Daily' (except Saturdays) at ...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S n . .. « A*Ti:AI;IIA,\'T LIQUID DENTIFRICE. 4 MOUTHWASH, I ThIwm,'i!1-.t"erf0C,UVQ V) for tltidiag ih? mouth of tho li aroma of tobacco, and loavinc a pleasant tasto. . 1 2'- ami lib. 71, eel. bottle* ' i (EnglUh ratei), at ChemtiU and Stora. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 8 Gold d- Silver Medal* and Diploma*. | If : ? I. ISRAEL'S ll* TES. "GQLDEM TIP GEYLOM." yOU WANT. Oncotrlod, always usod. ^ , 1/3 and 1/6 per lb. Sampks post free. " u/Mr. titu« nit Yon hav® ray BLUE BOOK of coureo! II riot,WRITE FOB,IT. It costfl Wnno t Hvo 11! crow. - nothing, and will belp-you considerably. '. BOPS TEA WABEHOUSE, iB^£RlTS' SYDHEY'l !«., and It, Cd. finj, } Calvert's Toi Paste,; <W1*., and 1». Cd, pots, 1 8d.t bd.f and It. boxes, AH (ncpaied with purest Curbollo-tha Ttry beat Dental Prescrvatire. At Ckenuit and Biortu F. a CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. It Oold A <Silver iltdaU and Diplomat. , - g H J Q^a Rr* »- JEy Ji&gS ^ J* * ...

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

LATEST COMMERCIAL," SYDNEY, MONDAY: FTITAI. Wheat, 2» 8id to 3s :* v - Flour, Lfi 10s to L7 . : Ohickwheat, 2a 3d to 2a 5d ? . Chaff, L210s to L3 12s 6d . Potatoes L3 to IA 2H tid , ' , . Oaten Hay, L3 10s to L4 10s a : Maize,. 2a Id to 28 9d . . Oats, 2s Gd to 2s6d . : Inicor'ne, Tj2 5s to L2 15s ' Butter, oreamery, 8id ; factory, 74d to . 84 ; dairy, 6i to 7d. " 1

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

Railway Time Table. ; Thb'ihnil train for Sydney,lo'ayos'Tca ter ilcld. at 7-10 p.m. daily, .Sijbrrlijn-lix :sptcd, find for Brisbane u. Ir30 a.m. Jaily, Sundays excepted. . . i;The.: Goods Train loaves Ten tcrflol 1 for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and nturdoy tnorningB at G a.m., and Dr ives from Sydney' every Monday, "Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4-45 p.pi. ? vThe fares between Sydney and Tonter Beld, and Tmtei field and Brisbane are as Follow:- - . TEiiTKunnLD io SYDNEY. ' KletUasi, Single ... .... X4 10 . 2nd Clan, Single ... ... 2 10 0 Setum Ticlietsj available for. .V Two Months. / ? 1st Clos' ^ £5 12 6 2ndClai9 ... . ..: 310 0 :"IVjir.i akqahka o- BuisDiMB.r -s-j v lWcfaa:/, Single .j. 1 .... .£119 . 7 2nd C!:l: s, Singlo ?...; if>. .5 . 5 lst Clns i, Betiirn 2 11 6 2nd C'laes, Return ? ?... 1 18. 2

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

MARRIAGE. OSBISTON — ALLISON. — On the 7th in- stant, at St. Peter's Drake, by the   Rev. Archdeacon Moxon, ROBERT     NEWTON, eldest son of the late ROBERT OSBISTON, Secretary of the Banker's   Institute, Sydney, to SUSAN JANE, eldest daughter of JAMES ALLISON, of       Drake.

SUNNYSIDE FARMER'S UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 February 1900

SUNNYSIDE FARMER'S UNION. THE usual monthly meeting of tliis Union was hold at tho residence of Mr. T. Howard on Thursday night last, when there woro a fair attendance present, Mr; Corrin presiding. The minutes of tho pre vious meeting, and special mooting, woro read and adopted. On the motion of Mr. Chick, seconded by Mr. Ciiap, it whs de cided not to proceed further with tho pro posed send-off to Mr. 3. F. Thomas, jn ior to hisdeparturo for South Africa, owing to that gentleman's uncdrtainty about coming to Tontcrfield,; but this Union wishes him God spend and expresses tho liopo tlmt lio may bofore long bo back to the place where he is held in such high es teem. Mx-. Crisp moved that the secretary writo to the secretary of tho Agricultural Society, asking for tho northern half of tho old Art Room as a space for this Unions District exhibit, seconded by Mr. Kurtzenberger and carried. It was do-, cided on the motion of Mr. Crisp, seconded by Mr. Lolme, .that tho secretary be pre-; ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

PALMYBA TEA is the purest ofa hill-grown OBisrijpiTs: The Finest in the -market, and. . yet very oconomxcal. TRY IT . And you will use no other. Wholesale-JOHN BARLOW & Co., 388-00 -SiiBaox Street; Sjdnoy :' Your Storetoopor will havo it. Ask him Mrs. Dr. Lloyd, Desires to announeo that at tho request of a very largo number of her patients and supporters .during tho past fifteen years, she has determined to add to tho list of her . valuable preparations a number of others xfrom tho private prescriptions and medica* tTri\rta 'ato '""band, DR. G. P.. ft" .(.JXOyi), M.B.C P.B., I.R.C.S.E., &o. , _ lneso Kemedies are dispensed under the .nr? °f a !eadin<? Sydney physio-, an,. and will no known as the BIOSOZON REMEDIES, I'or the most eovore coni ^.plaints and ? painful dis-: ,i«orders, rceurriag in every I . day life, and may bo ob 1 tained fiom MRS.SDR? LLOYD ONLY,at'the: uni form prico of 10a ,6d per I box or bottle," viz. ' J I. T> lOHO/SON R E G U L A - ...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

H. LATEST COMMERCIAL, I SYDNEY, THURSDAY JNIOHT. ? j .. Wheat, 2s8Jd to3s . Flow, L6 10s to L7 : . . i ,y .Chiekwh(Snt,' 2s 3d to 2s 5d '- i: Chaff, L210a to L3 12a 6d vY: Potatoes L3 to L4 2s 6d . , Oaton Hay, L3 10s to IA 10s , .;'Maizo,1 2sId to 2s 9d » :V '''vtQate,:2s 5d to 2s6d '-'MLf Lucenio, L2 5s to L2 IBs . ,] Butter,-crcamery, 8Ad ; factory, -VJd-td vi,i;8j; dairy, 64 to 7d. ;

LOCAL COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

' LOCAL COMMERCIAL,f Chaff, 3b to 3s 6d per cwt ? 'Potatoes, 3sper owt ; , - .vWhoat, 2s4d to 2s 8d per bushel" -" ",Corn 2s Od to 3s Bran 3s Cd -1 ' Pollard 4s per lOOlbs Oats 2s to 2a 3d Pumpluns, Is ;,v.' . . .. Lime,'. 4s: bag

NEWS FROM SOUTH AFRICA. Letter from; Lieutenant C. A. Lee [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

. MEWS FROM SOUTH AFRICA. ; from' Lieutenant C. A. Leei k\ Sf,1,0WT? ,ett01' tow "boon rccofvod in « < ' ^,wn ftuT {Jl0ut0» ">t r.ac, which report!) w«v;^r^' Oll.>VtfU ubdatoof writing: iwv ' -; Houwater, w! ,, t tt ^ . 10th Tftnunry, 1900. ! r i HAVf 1 fiTe ll n»y word since Cano ,,11 f0""' ^'u 's * ,'luo only written two S lotteta Bincu thou yr>u need not feel 1 " mvu c"1,ll|y two hours ; mid ii liil£ tq.spue tlm morning, so am p taking advaiiti0c ,Fit My l,ist lmter to v % y»« was written fiom Prieska, about (10 .te/i,vv.1 S-;-c®::fl0.1u ^1Lru 011 tho Orange Rivoiv This isi\ 1mno film juncd liy Mr. Couil Rhodis and i syndic itn, the main spriii" of tlm wholo j 1 ice being, their water sun" i- ply '1'1T1 m rtn mimc-iiso roaei'voir iu tho lulls md thuico in it inn by .dykes tho ^,>'1.':. .-u.st,I*l niL.ms uied. in this country and . ; ; - . ..although this schemo has only been work i; > .'Pt ? ni.nths, tiioy have really done wondois, WHhAi and IIAY bein" &...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. The Coming Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl U | nt ixcala1x1 al (fa ikr 1 . 'AN®., ? ' - ' ? Fairfield & 'Wallatigarra Advocate . TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. The Coming Show. . THE annual Tonterfield Carnival is within . bail, and it is pleasing to chronicle that everything is progressing favorably tO ? wardsa successful issuo. The rccont rains. ' will crown agricultural products; whilo stock is in tho pink of condition. Tho ' 'services of most capable judges have been secured in tho wholo of the classes, and on ; . this bead there will bo no room for im v-'provement this year. Already considor i';: able interest is being evinced in the now . Art Gallery, and many promises of sup ' . port have been received from Sydney and .... elsewhere. This will bo one of tho features ?:,;~of the Show of this year, and should nt ;y tract the attention of all lovers of art. The ?kr,'i improvements made of late have beongeuo , ral, and all in the interests of tho public. ,wlio will' find many past defects remedied, "not tho...

SHOW ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

SHOW ITEMS. As will bo aeon on roferonco I o: our "ad vertising columns, tlio Firo Frigade Bund announce their intention of holding a hull on tlio second mglit of the Shyiv in the Gymnasium. Several.fresh special prizes ato adver tised iiitoday's issue. Intending exhibitors at tho furthcoming Show uro once liioro reminded that all entries close,at tho Secretary's olheo to morrow night. Ilithorlo it lius boon tho custom of the Committee to extend ' tlio entries, but on this occasion we undor statiiivith tho view of. publishing the catalogue earlior than lias boon previously dune, lid entries will bo received after to morrow night. Intending exhibitors: should therefore take nolo of this fact and thereby avoid disappointment; Tlio Show Ball, which promises' to bo tho bust function of.ita hind for thoSoasmi, tuhes plnce In the Gymnasium on tho lirat night of the Show. The tickets liavo boon tixed at 10s double, 7s (3d ainglo gentle, men; !>:) siuglo lady, and JElfor a family ticket ...

The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

oThe War. : Thf/'successes to British arms in South f Africa have not comb too early, although if ;^°t£ey-l^ilil)£n> longer deferred the Empire would not have lost heart. It was tho shock .of surpriso at the astonishing /- strength, of tho enemy and the upsetting . of what 'seemed certain calculations that -perturbed people. As disaster followod on disasteiy und disappointment, doubled on disappointment, a sad anzioty seized many who remembered Kruger's threat about staggering humanity," But let us be patient, and assured that the end cannot i :bofar off. A few weeks, or even a fow 'months, will soon pass by, and then pence ???;* will be within reckoning. It was a tough job owing to tho stupendous difficulties of the country occupied by the Boers, and, : if under-estimated at first, is now being met with a British courage and a capacity that will prove irresistible. The initial ? difficulties are disappearing, and tho inevit -ablo is nigh. Tho Empire will soon bo itself again, or...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900

Brief Mention. SALVATION Harvest Festival to-morrow and Sandfly. MB. I.1 WHEREAT will hold a big-cattle -salts-on Saturday next. . - . . -; ? LECIUBV. by Bishop , Stone-Wigg this.: afternoon and evening. A MAN named Charles Moll lias been committed for trial at Armidalo for alleged criminal assault on a girl aged 13. . : A YOUNG' man named Arthur Wakefiold Gregg, Postmaster nt OuflV Harbour, wlio had -been committed for trial on n charge of embezzlement, died in his coll' on Wednesday morning. ? AT the Criminal Court, Sydney, Thomas Dessaix, Victoria White, and James Irwin (better known -as the " Shaddo " case), were charged with' conspiracy, and found not .guilty. White and, Invin wero dis charged; Dosmix, wlio is serving:n sen i tones, wiis remanded to his former. custody. ' .THE Queen has donated £1000 to the Indian Famine Koljef Fund. " MAJOR' Wardill has received a cablo from the Secretary of the . Mnrylobone C.C., stating that an English eleven could not bo sent to Australia. ...

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