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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
: .LOCAL NEWS. FREE SELECTIONS.-The following selec tions were taken up at tho Lands Oflico yeBterdiiy':-Jam.is.Pascoo, 40 acres o r and 40 acres c.x, parish Acacia, County Buller.'- V" t ; ,v . > : . ? CORRECTION.-In tho advertisement, an nouncing tho election of iSheej) Directors under the Pastures ar.d Stock Board, the name of John Ewiin, Ashford, appeared .instead of John Swan, Ashford. JUDICIAL ALTERATION.-Wo understand that Mr. M. H. Fitzburdingo P.M.,- haB been relieved of the Emmaville and Deep water Courts. These will now ho at tended to by Mr. Corbett .Lawsoir, P.M., Glen inncs. . Tho re-arrangement has beonbroughtaboutby tho appointment of ti P.M.ut Inverell. Tin: EnoADFOitii Murdeb.-t-:William ?Itoburt Joiies was on Wednesday found guilty of the murder of Olive Kita Jones, at liroii'dford,. Victoria, on Boxing Day, and sentenced to death by Mr.'Justice ..Hodges. The prisoner, who declared his ; innocence, was apparently unmoved wh'cn sentence was passed. POLICE COURT....
SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
SYDNEY, THURSDAY; NIOUT. Tin ore is quoted at 23sper unir,v ? At Melbourne yesterday three persons were accused" on separate charges of murder, and condemned to death. . Tho Pigeon match, Massoy agiinst Neild.for £100 aside and the .Champion ship of New South Wales; has been de cided at ynss, and won by the.fur.nor. ' Messrs. Francis Clarko, Percival Basch. and Hugh Blidson have been nominated for tho Hastings and Macleay electorate. Several persons were Gncd to-day for -breaches of the Early Closing Act. Mr. J. Chamberlain says that the. Im perial Government will discuss with tho Australian delegates tho possibility of facilitating tho admission'of Vfcst Aus tralia into tho Commonwealth. - Tin is quoted in London at L147 per ton. Fivehuiidred and twenty four mon havo been enrolled for the Bushmetfs Contin gent to date. . Between thirty and forty thousand per sons were present at the Patriotic Sporta: Carnival yesterday. It is anticipated tho - Buflhtnous Fund and tho Patriotic Fucd...
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
Post Office Time Table. ? "MAILS CLOPI-: rou , WNboubV Uov'hfiill. I.iul Hot),,on JWnoo Tuciliy in>l Piiili.y, nt 9-30 p.m. . . ; Pjdnoy.Glcn Innea Armidsilp,' Mnitlubil,-' ..-.and, Newcastle'; G15 p. m. (Saturdays' . exeeptnd. .. --Tubnlnm, Cuiino, Lii-more, and ltichinoncl v- ftiver-Umy. exiiopt Sunday, at 12 !. . ?? qoon-j leave at 12-30p.n>, ' riinbarra, and Stsinbrook-Tuesdny and i . . Friday, nt 9 30 p.m. Leavo Wodnes ? clay and. Saturday at 6 a.m. ? Drake, Sandy Kill, arid lio3.-=Horvi!ie Daily at 12 noon.: Leave nt..12i.S0p.hi.' .Bonahaw-Monday aW. (Friday,; nt '9'80 p.m. ? --Lenvo Tuesday und Saturday : at 5 a.m. - BrynnV.Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11-45 ? ?? a.m.. . Wallangarra and.. Queensland daily at ; 10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAI 1.3 AIlKtVE FHOM . ' Syi|noyi Glen InnoB,- Armidalo, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex .cept Sundays) at 11*50 a.m, -.Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilaou's Downfall .Thursday nud Suudny, ut 5'30p.m. ; : ? Drakoi .and Sandy . Hill-Daily (e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE ' CALVERT'S A FUAGUANT LIQUID-DENTIFRICE .V MOUTHWASH, Tbo most offoctivo preparation for riddlns the mouth or tho . aroma of tobacco, and leaving a plcoBant taato. Sold in If. (W., 2j. Oci., and 1 lb* ?«.6d. fiojiki \Bnpll*h rata), at CJiemiiUand Store*. F. 0. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 7S Gold t&Silver Medalt and ZHpfoma*. Q Solicitors. X.CGAX1. J. F. Thomas, ? Solicitor, Arbitrator, &c., ? Housfl-stroot, - Tocfcorflold. A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS, : rkjL for N. S. Wales, Queensland, mid I . ofchor colonieiu . . I Local lloprescntativo of the Norwich 1 ^'Uniou Fire Insurance Society,. \11cl tho 1 Natioui\l Mutual Lifa Aesncmliou of. Aus» 1 . tralasiu, Limited. . ? I ; Trust Money to I*ond on'Approvod Security. . P. P. ABBOTT, | Solicitor, - - Glen Innes. I ILL VISIT TENTI5RPI15LT) Bad ? attune! Court when required. XaOSraJL C, Wood Readetfc, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., ; TT'AS eomtncuccd Praclicc -in.Tenter* ..XX field...
Religous Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 25 [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
Kellgouri 'Memoranda. - , FOR SUNDAY NEXT, FE1IRIJARY 25 .vr Onuncnop ExaLAND.--tciitcrficld 7.20 a.m. (no) 11 ';v;^-'.,',ft*,»>',:Booljoo Boonooat' 4. Wilsons Downfall ? I « 7*30p.iw, . Maryland-Monday 7*S0 p.m. By Rev, IL G Smith . Wmlryah CHURCH Tenterfleld, H a.m.and 7*30 .... ,;p..n>* Song Servioe. The Scrub at 3. Rev. B :-Ianc . jibsbttbrian CUDRCII.-Tenterfleld 11 a.m. .nnd ^ 7.30 p.m. by the Rtv. DlU-Macky %'Romak OATIIOUC Onuncii.-Mass at 8.30 a.m. and 11 , a.tu. Benediction at 7.30 by the Rev, Father . Corcoran. DRAKE SERVICES. ? OHOECII OP England.-11 a.m. and 7;S0 p.ro.- By Mr Cecil ' j; . WTOLKYAN CHURCH.-11 a.tn By Mr. Morton.
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
, - Railway Time Table. Tho. mail trouv for Sydney-leaves Teuton field at 7'10 p.m. daily, Satrr^rja' ex oaptod, and for Brisbane iv: li*30 ii.m. daily, Sundays eionpted. ' - Tho Goods? Tram leaves TentorfloH for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday,- : and', aturday mornings at G ii.m.', amlar-' ivca from Sydney overy.Mouday;-Wed nesday, and Friday evoningB at 4'45 p.m;::? Tho faros between Sydney and Tenter field, and T( ateiliold and 13riBbano are as follow: TEiriEiiriEtD TO SIDNEY.. j.3V;' 1st OaBK Single ... ... JE4 ? 1 .0 . ' ? 2ud Clan, Single ... 2 10 0 v Eoturi Tiekots, avmlnble for ; ?'. > Two Month1-. &lt; 1st Clasi ^5 32 B - 2nd Chi« . 3 10 0 Wali A*.&lt;unitA o ISmsdane I 1st Clasu, Single ... ... JS1 10 -7.: 2nd Clais, Sipglo ... ..,1 S...5 1st Clae i, Return 2 19 6 2nd Clata, Koturn 1 18 2
TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
LONDON Fkdruahy 10. - Further, details aro now to linnu.of the gonoral movement organised by Lord Roberts, which lias resulted in the relief of Kimberley, the occupatibn of Jacobsdale, and tho retirement of tho Bber force from their strong position atMagersfontein, and tho movement is pronounced by compe tent critics to be'unsurpassed in the annuls of warfare; orried out, as it was, Under most adverse conditions. The unwavering mobility of General French's mounted force, through oxcessivo heat, diiatstorma, rain, and lightning ; the perfect mantior in which the transport- sbrvice was Carried out; and the splendid marching of the infantry, were tho more, conspicuous features of a highly successful opeVa'tion ; but all tho different parts of the combina tion dovetailed into each other in a niar vcilous manner, notwithstanding that long marches had to be mado acrcBS tracts of. deep sand, without wator, and that four separato army divisions hid to .be kept supplied with food, tho comman...
THE GRAFTON MURDER. The Alleged Confession. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
THE GRAFTON MURDER. T>>o Alleged Confession. NOTWITHSTANDING all the reticence shown by the" polico concerning tho alleged con fession, a few details have leaked out at last, says tlio GKIP, and thoupll asked to confirm them the polico refuse eitllor to do this or give'A contradiction to tho rumours, From enquiries mado we hrivo been informed SB follows Shortly after the polico court ndjouined on Tuesday ovening, Murphy was placed in tho cells, and while there signified to the ollicer-in-cliargo that ho would like to see Mi. Sub-Inspector Parker., Tho lad was taken to tlio Sub-Inspector's office, and then for tho fir«t timo since the tragedy did ho show emotion. Ho seemed to thoroughly realise his position, and aftor plending with Mr. Parker not to be hnrd upon hmi, and detailing tho wholoo tlio circumstances surrounding tho awful crimo, he-completely broke dowu and wept bitterly. His confession was taken down in writing and signed in tlio pre sence of four policemen. Murphy, ...
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Big Battle Raging. General Buller still Advancing. Joubert's Troops Concentrating in the Tree States. Thus raising the siege of Ladysmith. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Big Battle Raging. General Buller still Advancing. Joubert's Troops Concentrating in theTTree States., Thus raising the siege of ... . Ladysmith. . . SYDNEY, TH'JRSUAY NKIIIT. . A cublo was received to-day stating that n big battle-is ragiDg botween Jocobsdal nnd ? Bloeinfontein. Lord Kitchener's, niid Major-Goneral Kenny's and Mnc donald's forces combined in an attack on tho Boors. Soveral.of the.British oflicers wore kilIud_Mid wounded. Further par ticulars are anxiously awaited; ? ; LONDON, Febuuaby 22, Morning. Goneral Bailor on Wodnesday crossed tho River by a pontoon bridgo, and drove buck tho onemy's rear guard. Tho Naval Brigade with 12 pounders silonccd tho Boer guns. .Dr. Loyds declares that General Joubort finding his position untenable has ordered tho Boers in Natail to concentrate iu the ,Orange Freo Stntes, thus iaisini!~tho siege of Liidysuiith.' There uro many evidences that tho Boers havo left their laagers , on tho Tugela River in panic. A vast q...
JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
JUVENILE BALL. THE plain and fancydress Juyenilo Ball in tlie Gymnasium Hal); on Tuesday night, organised by Mr. Louder-Hill, was not nearly so well.patronised as should. liavo been the case, considering tliounselfish ninnner in which this gentleman has holp'ed all local objects since his residence ?in town. The dresses were mostly plain, only one or two fancy ones being seen., Mr. Hill directed' the ceremonies, while the. music was supplied by Miss Cliulto. Those picsent weio regaled with light ! roftefchments during ilid evening, and al together a happy timo wan spent, the j ; night not being tco hot for dancing.
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. AT Sandy Flat on Wednesday, the ' wed ding-' 'nuptials1 of. Mr. James Dwyei\ of Bolivia, to Miss Devlin, of Sandy Flat, we're celebrated by tlio Revi P. Corcoran P.P. . V'V' On ' tho same , day; ijt St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, tlio Rev. P. Corcoran united in , tho holy bonds of matrimony Mr. Charios Michael Day, Wallarigarra, and Miss Christie, daughter of Mr. Jariies Christie,, of tJio Border. At 'the conclusion of thoiceromony, the happy couple, accompanied by their frionds, pro ceeded to the residcnco of tho! bride's parents, where tho wedding festivities, were celebrated in the orthodox fashion. The bride was very prettily costumed, and attended by bridesmaids, while tho .best man waB also in evidence. A quiet wedding was celebrated yester day afternoon at the Roman Catholic Presbytery by tho Rov. P. Corcoran, tlio contracting parties being Mr. Joseph McGuclten, brother of Mrs. P. Donogliue and Mies McGuclten, of this town, and Miss Elizabeth Kemp,'"eldest...
CAPTAIN THOMAS ENTERTAINED. Presentation of Souvenirs. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
CAPTAIN THOMAS ENTER- . I TAINED. I' Presentation of Souvenirs, v AT tho Gymnasium on Monday night thoro was 1111 assemblago of some seventy townsmen present to entertain Captain j Thomas prior to his departure with tlio Bushmen's Contingent for South Africa. | Tho recognition of his. services to tlio town took tho form of n smoko concert and presentations, consisting of u purse of 13 sovereigns for the purpose of .-pur chasing a suitable souvenir in tlie slmpe of a pair of field glasses for liitnsolf, from tho townspeople, and a silvor flask and sand-l wieh case, inscribed, anil enclosed in . an lippi opriato leather saddle pouch from tho members of thu Toiiterfield Town Band, of which he is President. The Mayor (Alderman \V. Boid) occupied the chair, who had on his right tlio guest of the evening, the membpr -for tho district. Sergeant Burrows, and Privatos Struck and Hurtz were also prresnfc attired in tho Bushmen's uniform. Mr. \V. Scott, of tho Criterion, provided tlio refreshm...
Bushmen Off Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
Bushmen-Off ^gain. ON Wednesday niglit, Sergcant-Mujor Mitchell, SorjieaHt Uuriow.", and Privates Struck und Hum returned to Sydney by nniil t ruin, They woro eecn oil' at the Station by n host of friends and well wishers, who f[icd them on with lusty clicers. Tho Town Band was also pro se nt, and played some lively mattial strains till ilio trjjin steamed out. The Contingent.in announced to sail on Wed nesday, 2feth inslnnt. - Caplaiu IhoijinH tocilcJiiH departure by mini train last night; for> Sydney, and was bid adieu by .n largo number of friends on: tho platform, who wished him. atafo and ijjeuly icluin.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 February 1900
W?K w "Wanted. I'ED ft MARRIED MAN as I . . . 10CKHAN. Mnst bo ablo to ! sUotf. References required. Apply to P. JEFFREY, ; Miogoolft Station. To Farmers. WANI'isD. to purchase 'PRIME AIAI/E-in any quantity, highest iii-.i-knt pri'o . Apply . ? W..R13ID&CO,, ? Melbourne Houso.; iendersT" rfflENDERS nro required for oxecuting I J. 50 or (JO FEET of a .DRIVE, more I or less, along the lino of Iho Buck Reef; Boonoo Boonoo. -Tenders will bo recoivcd tip to 24m FEBRUARY, 190 >. For- par ticulars apply to Kobert Stevenson, Tenter afield; or to ' JOHN WILSON",., Boonoo Boonoo^* Municipality of Tenter-1 field. "VTOTICE'is llorel.y Riven that th» TIME JLV for tliu .-KIMJHIIT of Al'PI'LICA TIONS and :TENDUUS for'COUNCIL' CONTRACTS has bton extended.to.MON-' HAY, 2G;h inst. . ' ? ? :? W. H AUBREY, ^ Council Clerk. Town Hall,. 'ii . 22nd February, 1000 New Guinea Mission. DR. STONE-WIGG. (Lord Bishop of New Guiona.) ' "ILL gl«e a LANTERN -LECTURE in Chiist Clinroh l'arisli Hall THIS ...
Federation. STATISTICIANS REPORT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900
Federation; STATISTICIANS REPORT, r:-' SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT." The -report of tlie'Sbitisticmns on the'. ? - population -of the' several Federating'? ?'?; Colonies gives N. S. Wales a population *???: of '1,348,400:/ ' Yietoiia, 1,162,000; Queensland, 482,400; South Australia,'1 ? \ 3"0;700 ; Tasmania, 182,300. . ..V > - In the House of Representatives-; N. S. Wales will have 23 momliers,' Vie- ? . toria 20, Queenlund 8, South Australia ' v C, Tasmania 6.-- '
Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Sales. - " : .SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. &lt;> -* * MESSRS. Pitt, Son, imd Badgury 'ruportfj us follows to (1'iy - - About .12,000 ulicup .punnod,lnnrWot unaltored, Wotliers, 8s . to -14s:!: 10d"?"~? QWOS, 8a to 10s 6d. - ? . 1270 cattle were yirdod, medium being".1 easier.. Beak boof worth 20a pur >1001b8.-;>' Bullocks. X3, to X9 ; cows, L2 10d to L(i. '
Last Night's News. LONDON, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900
Last Night's News. LONDON, Fobimry 2G. . Tlio Boors arc tenaciously -'defending mi extremelystrong , position;. atGrobler.'s Kloof. .; 'After :,a-&lt; tremondous "cannonado; the Fifth ' Btigscles'.anFriday 'nightr slowly fouglifiiBYway to within 200 yards of the first entrenchments; where ? it bivoaclcod for the night; , SYDNEY, MONDAY NICIHT. Lord Robert's lias cabled to tho Lieu tenant Oovonor of Queensland stating that ho is rejoiced to hoar that the reinforce ments woro to sail in a few days, and added that the mounted men were of the utmost valuo in .South .Africi,' and he could find immediate employment for as many more as could bo sent. Wednesday lias been proclaimed a pub lic holiday throughout the Colony. The preparations for tin. departure of tlie.Bushmen's Contingent are practically completed. :