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TRANSVALL WAR LONDON, FEBRUARY 22, Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

LONDON, FEBRUARY 22, Night, The battle near Paarderberg was very severe. Tlio casualties .'Unou{; tlio Bri tish officers woreColonel Aldworr.h and 8 others killed ruid. 39 wounded in cluding Hector M'Domiid, MajorBurkely. General Knox, Colonel Carthen, and tlio: Hon. Maxwell. V The Boer Commandant claims a victory, and says tlio British evacuated tlie: posi tion leaving their dead and wounded and; '40,prisoners behind thom. . Tho Freo Stato Commandant Ferriera was killed. ' ,T. Cronje's forces were subdivided ftn4 crossed tho.river in separate*troo[ B. The War Office's silence with regard to the hattlo is creating sufipoiifiu. The withdrawals of the oriomy's-'forcos from Natal fur Cronje's Ussistarico is esti matedat 20,000. The British advanco is visible, from Ladysmith. . 20 Canadians wero killed and 69 wounded at Koodoosrand. Lieutenant Neavu of _New Zealand was killed at the relief of Kimberloy. Mafeking is still invested, and. Baden Powell has placed the Boer prisoners in the w...

TELEGRAMS. Newmarket Handicap. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

yTELTORAMfo Newmarket Handicap. . SYDNEY, MONOAY NJOHT. . ? ACCEPTANCES.-Coral io, Stand Oil", Floot 'Admiral, Tarquin, Voncdn, Wild Olive, Sequence, Oluf, Amourutto; Tiiriingii,? . Velocu, NOVA,.Blunderer,. Once More, cj Forot, Songbird, ProtoriouH, Suras wati, Silveraioor, Cjrnquiat, Mnrio Corelli, Watchdog, ICoylosa, Vonyunza, Jndoo, Harpist.; Subject, to . Adolaiilo ... scratching!!.

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

Brief Mention. OVER 2200 entries. FOR the Coming Show. : A; BOOMING nucoeas confidently - pre dicted. . . ' ; MAIZE advancing in prico. ? ^ -'PRESBYTERIAN Social to=night. . CHEAP trains advertised' in tills isauo. TO-MOBROW proclaimed tt.publio holiday: ATTENTION directed to'advertisement of the Lisniore Show, in Vto-day's issuo. Schedules can be procured on application . at this office. MRS. WARE was acquitted lor arson in Sydney on Friday. In the case against her son, the jury were unable, to agree, and he was remanded until noxt session, AT th9 Police Court on Friday^ a drunk was fined ,10s, with tho: option 'of BOven days. ? CONTRACTORS aro notified by tid.vortiao-. monfc today, that Road' Contract 25/991900 is withdrawn from tender. AT tho Canterbury Puik races on Satur day, Gameboy wou the Flying Handicap and , Willio the Canterbury Park Handi cap, Arquebus 2, \Vingello3. - . Mit. C. M'DouoALl. of Warwick, has declined to accept Mr. Altaian's challenge to show his blood home ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

PALMYRA TEA .t .*.... ; is tbo purest of, hill-grown f; ? CETLOITS. 1 Tho Finest m the market, and . yotvory economical. . , TRTITj^ And you will uso no other. ? Wholesale-JOHN BARLOW & Co., 3SS-90 SUBBOX. Street. Sydney 5Tour Storclcoopor will havo it. i Ask him Mrs. Dr. Lloyd, Desires to aimouncc that at the request of a very largo number of her patieuts and supporters during the past fifteen years, she has determined to add to the list of her valuable preparation* a number of others from the private prescriptions and rncdica* notes of her late husband, DR. G. R. R .LLOYD, M.K.C 1\R, I.R.C.&K, &c. These Remedies are dispensed under the . immediate care of a leading Sydney physic* an, . and will be known as the KIOSOZON REMEDIES;' For the most severe com .plaints and painful, "dis* ^7ardors, rceurring jn every life, and . nmy/.bo bl>» tained fiom . MRS. DR. LLOYD ONLY, at. the uni form price.of 10s 6d per box or bottlp,-viz; ---v . I. T> IOSOZON R IS G...

LOCAL COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

- LOCAL - COMMERCIAL* '- I Chaff, 3s to 3s 6d per- owt; . ? Potatoes, 3s per owfc W,lio.it, 2s4d to 2s 8d per buahol Com 9J to 3s Bran 3 fed 1 ? Pollurd 4s por lOOlbs .? , t Oats 2s to 2s 3d : . j . ? ? Pumpkins, Is ... ' . i Limo, 4s-.bag - ' ? ,

News from South Africa. LETTER FROM LIEUTENANT LEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

Nevys from South Africa. LETTEJt FROM LIEUTENANT LEE. Extkacts from, lettor from Lieutenant 0. A. Loo received yesterdayWriting from Prieska on the 28th January, ho ro utes how the Mounted Rifles oftor being reinforced, 'returned to and recaptured that town. The British Mounted -In fantry and Robert's Horso reinforced them to a strength of 800. men ai'id a Battery of giniBi and tlioy woro to be further strengthened with tbe ultimate object, it was 1)olieved, of unrobing to Kimberley. Ho mentions that the troops hevor know where they are going until orders for marching arc given", and very little news of l.ho actual lighting outside of their own positions reaches them. After speaking in all round g()6d torms of the Tontoi'fiold boys, who wero all woll and maintaining their reputation for viligance and efficiency lie relates how. they played the Pricska boys cricjtof, and beat them by an inningB and 100 runs. He reiterates the often made complaint of the short rations supplied, and li...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

B Grinding. ONES GROUND FINIS, AT 28 a CWT. WIL. H 1SVENI&, ]FO»O Mills -Wanted for Cash S IONS "of SORAP~/INC or ZINC LINING of CASUS , * WM a DVCNJS, v So p Works, DOPARTMENTOF-Publia Works, N,P.W., Roads OLHOO, /it/ 26th February, 1000. ' JII?OTICN. ? I Contraot NO. 25 00/1000, Holi\ LA HILL for WLIIUHFREBH-TENDERSWERUCULLED IS with-1 DT MM FI om tender. \V F KVIJREN1, *,Road SUPRIMTEIIDEIIT. >. LOURTHOIIEN.I'EIITCRLIEM. 22nd FT-brinr}, 1000 TVFOXIOK IS HORUBY OIVEN IN PUNUIUINIO nf ±N ',. tlie LAND'aml INCO.M13 TAX AS MTRSSMLSNT ACT OF 1805 that a COUKL , OF.RKVI13W "FORIHEARING ? of Al'l'LALS OGALUST LANE. TAX ASSESSMENTS will BE hold ATtheCOURT HOUSII, TLIM'KII .FIELD on THURSDAY, tho ISTLI ILNY of '..MAI-JLI,. 1000 at 10 a.M. L A M(.DOU(IALC/, Reg ALIAI of tin. Court 2 C DO Presbyterian Social. THE QUARTErEsT SOCIAL io eon "ft-iinn with tho Preahvlerinn Church wil l>. I.eM intheChnrohTO-NIGHT(TDKS-' DAY) III 8 o'clock. A SplmdM Mn«ioil Iiojramn*. RefteslimontSiP...

COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

COMMITTEE MEETING-. : . The usual weekly mebting of tho Colli mittce wan held on Saturday last"; when tliei o was a;largei .attendance of members, tho Vica:Prosident (Mr. J., H. Beid) oc cupying thechair. '-V-.-r- ; The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. ???'. .CORRESPONDENCE. (1)'From .'.;Mrs." Montgomery, .'Emma ville, stating sliu had heard it rumoured that a bicycle riding gallery was to ply on tho ground, and nukiutj if such was tlio case. Secretary was instructed (o inform Mrs. Montgomery that tho. rumour was incorrect. (2) From the Superintendent Asylum for Destitute.at Randwick; asking permission for. Miss Henry to collect subscriptions on'tho Show ground in oid.of tho above institution. Tho Committee declined to grant the request. (3) From Mr. Ooonoy, judgo in the Leather Class, intimating his inability to attend Show owing to illness. (4) From Sisiors of St. 'Joseph's . Con vent, acknowledging receipt of compli mentary ticliot with thanks. . (0) From ...

DRAKE NEWS. DEATH OF MR. THOMAS HORTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

::.pBAK2 NEWS. (^nOM oua OWN C(JflRESl'OND£NT.) ,'v pEATli OP AIR. THOMAS HORTON. ;,<Si;iTBE;taJliii|;:of. the Church bell early on ,4A:;\Vodnosday morning announced to the jKK.villago thali.diiiing tliti night Mr. Thomas ^;§Hfrrton, nftor three yours of suffering, had ;Jfiaiua^»IiirMr. ;HV.rtoii -tliu district loses Jvj^onu -(if it's old landmarks; Over forty ho*. caire from Victoria-' and g^Ajiitoh'tetl;'his tenh nt . Timbarra, wliqre ho P^jfentfi^.i»itb^coTOweroiiil jnirsuits, being. siimo timo largely interested in i%,/ tiiiiiiri(; ventures, hieoting with a groat KSdoalof success. Leaving Timbarra, Mr. ' Hortun went to Lunatic, whero he was ' for ycart; 0110 of tho most uctivo mining ' " .' spirits on the field, including in Ins work i the management for several Mini.ig Com jmnieswhich held interest in tho Lunatic reofs. Then carao thu discovery of tin nt Stinthovpe and Mr. Horton Bhiftod to this new field in the neighbouring Oniony. For years his ulukist proverbial g...

NEW GUINEA MISSION [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

.. N;EW GUINEA MISSION- ? 0*? 'Friday afternoon and. evening last, the Parish Hall of Christ Church vms filled, in the afternoon by an audience of juveniles, and in the evening by both adults nnd eliildron, fo hoar the Lord. Bishop of Now Guinea (Dr. Stone-Wigg) leeturo on tho Church of England, to that dependency. In thoovening the lecture was illustrated by lantern views on a magnificent scale, the opening slide being an excellont picturo of tho Rev. Albert M'Laren, the founder of tho Mission. The |antern, which was kindly lontrby Mr. J. H. Roper, and worked by aeetyleno gas, was capably manipulated by Mr. R. E. Walker, assisted by Mr. W. Scott. Tho Rev. H. G. Smith oecupiod the chair, and briefly intro duced the Rov. lecturer. During the courso of his remarks tho Bishop stated that tho Sew Guinea Mission was the only mission which the Australian Church as a whole had undertaken, and it, therefore, had p strong and undeniable claim on the Australian Church. No churchman in Austral...

BUBONIC PLAGUE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

BUBONIC PLAGUE IN SYDNEY. A C.ise of what is stated by Dr. Ashburton Thompson.to be true bubonic plugu'o was reported on Friday night. Captain Thomas Kiley Dudloy died at'Drummoyno, iv suburb of Sydnoy, on Friday evening, and .the circumstances surrounding his death rendered prompt investigation nee cess'iry, with tho result that the conclusion . waB arrived at that bubonic plaguo wfia tho cause of death. Tho deceased, who was 40 years of age, occupied a liouso situated onhisowugroun^satDrumraoyno, tho nearest residence being fifty yards distant. Tho residence has beon strictly quarantined, police officers being stationed around it. In the house and grounds and boutshed connected with tho residenco were the following' personB :-Mrs. Dudley,~Juli;in Dudloy, aged 17; Alex ander Parker and Mrs. Parker, Archibald 51'Donald, Mrs. Hoskins, Mrs. Ludgater, George Creer, oged 14; Peter Gorman, agod 33; Thomas Currio, aged 23 ; Nor man Mackie, aged 14, and two others who arrived with a yacht,...

SHOW ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

SHOW ITEMS. The; decision , of the 'Committee-,v on Saturday to - resorvo the now Bents: round' tho ring for . tho .accommodation' of .-.women; and children Bolely, was' avery ,.proper step. Notices will lie posted to this effect: naming tho male gender off. ' "® . Applications for hotel : accommodation are flowing in briskly from .outsido'plaoes, thus auguring well for a . big-attendance.: Tlio new-oloctric light plant - hasv .ar-.' rived and should: expectations bo rojilised,-. the ground will bo brilliantly.lighted each night. The services, of: two, first class JudgeB liavo been secured in tlio stock sections. In this connection Mr. Colo, of Busby's Fli>t, one of tli'o best judges of draughts in tho colony, will bo .present.. .. ? > ????: After a lapse of many years tho Cattlo Drafting and Sheep shoaring contests have been revived, /i'heso used to be, very popular, tho first named creating: rivalry among the station owners, and: the last among tho shearers, Ic is expected t...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

SYDNEY, . MONDAY NIGHT. Tin ore is quoted atr23s. - Mr. P. T. Riloy, of tlio .firm of Riley* Brothers, was on Saturday night robbed of L70 in Liverpool-street, a bag con-, tnining the money being switched from his hand. : William Thonms Clifford, in custody, / charged with shooting nfc Judge- Docker's daughter,, died - in Darlinghurat- Gaol yesterday. ? ' Devastating bush G res liavo oflcurrod in Victoria. The township of Toongabbie'. narrowlyescaped total destruction, dam age being done to the extent of £0000. 'The Commercial Hotol at Asljkurat, New Jioulaiid wiis totally : dostroyod by tire, and Miss O'Callaghan, sister-in-law Af tholandldrd was burnt to Jonth. ? Foiu' tenders received for Bui winkle Creek bridge, the lowest boiny J. C. Hicks, £302. ? ; ; Tho Viceroy of India lias cabled tho. Governor urging assistance from AuBtrn-: . lia for the Indian famine. He states thaty four and a half million people nro de pending on Government relief. . A man named John Hill wis charged: ...

THE COMING SHOW. Booming Success Predicted. Entries over 2200. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

-THE COMINCr SHOW^ Booming Succeaa Predicted. Entries over 2200. ? A nouuri count of tho ontrios yesterday givo tlio nppr<)ximatb riumbors at over -2200; the ivholo of tlio sbotiona being well represented. V; . f. "Tho prospects of a most successful Show nbxfcwoels aro becoming every day more convincing. The entries iib above ap proximately recorded, - comparo very favorably with those of previous years, .find it is^jratifyingto find that the whole of the sections are well represented. This year a number of now features ;have been introduced, and those will find favor with the hosts of people who loolc upon tho annual exhibition as tlie .local holiday week of tlio year. Improvements of a general character have been niado to the grounds, occasioningaconsidenbleamount of expense, but it is hoped that tho'ox-. L peridituro will bo reproductive by in creased attendance of the public, and from the Art Gallery. which ,honceforth will , bo a feature of our exhibition. Neither tr...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

Post Office Time Table. ' I MAIR.s CJ.OSI: RON WilBonir Dovufiill. hud-Uocmoo ftoonoo, Tuesday. iud Friday, i»fci)-30 p.m.* Sydney, Qlen-tnnes Armidiilp, Mnitland; .and New :astle, C;15 p. in. (Saturdays; excepted. Titbulutu, Cuiino, Tjisiiiorc, and Rii-bmnnd llivor-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 uoon ; Icavft nt li app.in, Hinbirra, and Sfceinbroolc-Tuesday and Friday, at D*30 p.m. Loavo Wedue's : , day and Saturday nt G'n.ra. . iJDrako, Sandy Hill, and . Rossitprville Daily, at 12-nobu. Leave at,12*80p.ui. BonBliav/^Monday and .Friday, nt 9'30 ? ;o.. p.m. Xcavo Tuosdtvy and Saturday . :ttt5 a.m. - IJryfin's Gap-'Tuesday and Friday at 11*15 ...a.m. ; «..? \ WAllaogarra and Queensland daily at ; 10'30 a.m. (Sunday oxceptcd.) MAILS AIUUVE VUOM - " Sydney, Glen Innes, Ariuidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Diuly (ox , v v cept Sundays) at 1150 a.m. . Uoonoo.Boonoo, and Wilson's Dowufall-^. . Thursday and Sunday, at 5*30 p m. ; ; Drako.and Sandy Hill-Daily (except .Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S n LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH,. Pr Paratian ' . for ridding ths mouth of tho I nroma of tobacco, and loavtoR a ploasant taato. I SoU(nIt.M.,stod. i(s 7 ,, , / {Bnglith rata), at ChemUti mid Store*. * j F: 0. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER., vjaoold & Silver Medalt and Diplomat. 9 Solicitors. X^ESGr^LX*. J.. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrate/, &c., Rouso-stroot, - ToatorfloU. ' \ COMMISSIONER for AFFIPAVITS -il. for N. S. Wales, Queensland,; and other eolomen. - . tSL Local Itcprcsnntnlivo of tlie-Norwicb' Umqu tire Insurance Sooicty, md tho' Nutipnil-AJutuul Lifu Aesooialiou ot-Aus tralasia, Limited. ?????.>.; i- - Trust BToioy to &ond on Approvod Soourlty P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. rrriLt VISIT ? TENTEUFIELU and IT . attend Court when required. X>egral. C, Wood Rcaclett, Solicitor, Proctor, ' Conveyancer, AC., ?? I ri ^TT-Aaftcnromnnuoil . I'raclico -jin/Teiiioi ^JQ>''tt6old;.r.«xfrdnor t0.Mr;.vJ.&...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, ^ V' V O > SYDNEY, MONDAY AIIGHX, : Whciit, 2s 9d . .Flour,. ? LC Ds to L6 10s> ?: iOhiokwhcati 2a 3d.to 2s 5d . j. 'Chnff, L210s to L3 15s , Potatoes L2 to L3 10s <">'BXaizo, 28 Cd to 2s 9d > ...OAts, 2s fld to 2s 8d. ' - ? ? . 3: . ' : Lucorne, L2 5S to L2 15s . . .v . . Butter, crcamory, 8$d ; factory, 7Ad to . 84 ; dairy, OA to 7d.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

Railway Time Table. J v Tho mailitiiiD for Syirn63"fefves Tontdiv ? Hold at 7'10 p.m. daily, Sotiv'ijg ex .oaptod, and for Brisbane u. Ir30 o.ui. daily, Sundays excepted. » ; ? - ; . ;vTuoi Goods Tram leaves Tenterflell for -Sydney every. Tuesday, Thursday, .; and ?-,aturday mornings at G a.m., and - or" ;. ivca from Sydney every Monday; Wed; needay, nnd Friday ovemngs at 'i'45 p.m. Tho fares between Sydney and Touter ?fiold, and Tinteifiald and Brisbane are as follow - TbHTKHFIEID TO SmXET; ..... 1st Has/:, Single ... ?... £4 1-0 - . .. 2nd OlaM,Single ... .... 2 10 'rO'"-'.^ r.-v ......-..BetuPi Tickets; available for-'i Two Months, ?. "? 1st Clas< £5 12 G 2nd Clai a 3 10 0 WAT! AI.OAIIHA O BllISDANE 1st Claau, Single '.El 19 7 2nd Clnia, Singlo lot Clneii, Eoturn . 2nd Class; Return X 6 5 2 19 5 1 18 2

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

THt TENJERFiEl D gtttemkirial Courier ?' . . ? AND ' . ?. ..tv, Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate' i TUESDAY, FEBKUAKY 27. LOCAL NEWS. . ;. BOOTH LICENSES.-At the'Polico Court yosterday Bootli.'liconsca were'granted to .Wi, Hinton and J. Donogliue,- for the* Show ground £rom the 5th to tho 10th .-March inclusivo. ANNUAL LEASES.-TKe following annual leases liave been applied for since our last issuo:-David Cullen, 2 blocks of 640 acres each, in tho parish of Clarenco and Bookookorara respectively. LAND.-Since our last, George Palmer, jun., lias applied for ,40 acres special lease, county Buller, parish ot Wylio. Tho A.,J. S. Bank applied;for a special lease of 160 acres, County Olive, parish Timbarra. WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.-ThoRev. B. Lane left fur Sydney on Sunday night to attend the' annual Wesleyan Conference, which opens in Sydney to-dayat7'30p.m. Mr. Lane expccts to bo absent about a fortnight. . Cojiiso COUNTS.-The District Court -will lio...held on the loth proximo. Suito...

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 February 1900

- MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual fortnightly meeting was held   Last night the whole of the Aldermen being present the Mayor (Ald W Reid.) presiding. The correspondence com prised letters from the Secretary, of the Farmer's and Settler's Association, apply ing for the use of Town Hall for meetings. Granted.                         A letter was road from Mr. J. N; Roper claiming £5 for loss, sustained by flood   waters. Referred to the Council Clerk     to report upon. Ald. Juergons announced that he had promised attention to the crossing complained of by the Sunnyside Farmer's Union as soon as laborers were available With regard to a letter from the Pound keeper re repairing the Pound yard this was similarly dealt with Tho Mayor gave"an estimate of the finances, which he had had p...

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