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

STANTHORPE SHOW. THE annual Show of the Border Agricul- tural Society was held at Stanthorpe on Thursday and Friday last, the attendance of the public being well up to the average of former years. The Show was officially opened by the Premier. Fruit was, as it always is in the neighboring town, the feature of the Show. The October frosts, and the dry weather which prevailed dur- ing January and the early part of Feb- ruary, destroyed the major portion of this year's crop, stone fruit suffering more severely than other varieties. As a con- sequence peaches and plums were not as strongly represented as usual, but the dis- play of apples and grapes was very fine indeed, and there was also some splendid pears. The exhibits in the fruit section were well grown, clean, and free from disease, and the same may be said of the vegetables, of which there was also a good display. Another striking feature of the Show within the building was the display, of mineral specimens from Silver Spur, Sun...

Horses for South Africa. A MARKET FOR AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

Horses for South Africa. A MARKET FOR AUSTRALIA. ' SYDNEY, ? MONDAY Niani. UUUYAIID Kji'hno 'ouIIIch From Cupetowii . that tliere: is nil approaching. fourth of horses in South Africa, " nud iirgos tlmt increased sujipliuj , . from Australiv.' should.bu insisted jjpon.

Relief of Ladysmith. STUBBORN FIGHTING. British Losses at Ladysmith. Terrible Privations Suffered. N. S. Wales Troops Wounded and Missing. LONDON, MARCH 1, Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

STUBBORN FIGHTING. British Losses at Ladysmith. Terrible Privations Suffered. > N". S.: Wales Troops Wounded and Missing. LONDON,': MARCH X, NIGHF. The Wai Office officially an nounces that \ Ladj'smith has beett relieved: . ? ? -si:? .. . . Lvrhit. v'mvooccupied"Moorofun lein, itlinlforjtcm, and fteidsberg.-. to Builur» force.state that tlibSBritish? wojo-simpty mown: down. 'Thd^rnniB--: ..killings woro almost nimiliilntvd^'^.^1!^ Subsepuoiitly in capturing the Boor m.tui position, the British scattered Vth'o5 Boors in nil diivclu.na. wV'.-'vy ..< General CivnjoaJniU^Biiffoiin&vm&o osses, and-says lie wiiav:dtfl.criniiiSd?'co[! hold out,, but ho was ovemddehRbySttV Council of War - , J Lord DundoimId,s..forco:entcroil L'ndv- i' smith Oll,;^(h^sduv^V:njgIlfc.:j:^i1^niS "luc l8 n°W''"tyancing.oti'.tha tbwir.i#,iiv All the leading, Vebels-have"'been arrested. .: ;'v . . Josses.ut -Jnnwiatciivn ^ ero 173 ^".ed.a'id W0undud^:/>3OO-Triibii''M'ro^,mia-'l' ...

THE BUSHMEN'S CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

\'. 1'IIE BUSHMEN'S CORPS. liave been lucky eriough.tohiu'e presented tq tlipm a supply of iv preparation known us Collyrium. !.Thi6l'.is Motion wliich .ex perience lias prbvedjfcofbe most successful in .thotrcatinehtqf;Qpthalmia. or Austra lian blight,. iiiid it'isMn" univorsal : uBn in South and, WeBtcni Australia, where the .local conditions in! the country districts as regards, duetj heat'. find tUeB.aro very similar to those existing in South; Africa.: .This valuahlo preparation is d concentrated [.eyolution, nnda few [drops of ? it lidded to 'luko warm: water gives .: itiriimediate'rn ;lieF:in thiy'riic^ cases; . arid by. dailyincreasingitsisl rengthrapid cure of the'most viiulont.b}^ tionB of the oye js assured.- It [is obtain-' able, from ult:chemi8ta ' and fitorekoepers. ';:T? rlcti. oti p'r CbTiI Hi pg jioi :-f b'ii ttl JP. :rr H.'i Fa.uldiuKan_c|:''Cor;fS6]o';:IJroi!riotor8,'.10 O'Connell Street, Sydnoy GORED TODRATH BVA'BuM,.^-Almrriblo' fatahty[o'cciii'fedat^ ,day,'a\vo...

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

TELEGRAMS;: Yesterday's Homebush Sales7. ; ' SYDNEY, Monday Kioht. . MESHns. l'itt, Sun,and. Budgery. report as follows'to-dny: . About 14,000 shcop woro penned;. tha market- being ? wu.ik. Best-. WetlVers brought 14s ; medium from 8s j owo3, 83 (O 103 (id - V:.; ? i ? 997\cattIo wero yurdod, valued boing up 10s to 15a pur head, bost bopf worth 21s Cd per lOOlbs. Bullocks, £3 10a to £9 7s ; cows, £3 to £7 Js Harrison, JUUUP, and Dovlm report that Walker Trustees bullocks averaged £8 3s9d. ' ? '

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. TROOPER M'LELLAN DEAD. AUSTRALIANS SHELLING THE BOERS. BRITISH NOW SEVEN MILES FROM COLESBERG ANNOUNCEMENT BY KRUGER. LONDON, MARCH 5 Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

LASTNIftHT'SNEfS, TROOl'ER M'LELLAN DEAD. AUSTRALIANS SHELLING TOE BOERS.* iBRITISH NOW SEVEN MILES" ' FROM. COLES BERG.. ANNOUNCEMENT BY KROGER. W" LONDON, Mahch 5 Morning. I Trooper M'f.ollnn, of Sydnuy, jvlio; wns wounded-nt Arundel on tho 25th Fob runry, 19 dond ?/ Colonel Jcnltms, with 200ViotoiiutiHund I'Tiianiuiimns nud 2 guns from- Colesliorg,. | wlnlo l'uconnoitring at Wnggon Bridge, j Oruugo Rivor, hiw oO Boera busy qntlie nppositu B;mk. Shells woro.lii«d;iifc the | onemy precipitiitoly whorotrontcd towaids ^ distant lunger, tho shells bursting; nmong ' tho Boers 1 Colonel Price's canip, including.' tho Berkshire Itegiinent,' is now-iTmiloa.north.1 of Colesbtirg. ^ _ 1 'President Kru'gi>r announces that Gene ral ? Cronjo sui rendered' owing to tl o WHrcity of ainmuri'.ion ami food. ..Tlio" Quean hna congratulated General Buller's bln'a jacketp. . .Tlio Canadian Government will garrison Halifax, Nova Scotia, in order to release tho troops tliero for service, in South ? A...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

PALMYRA TEA ia the purcBt of/hill-grown CES-2T3L.01SrS. The Pinest jn. the market, and yet very economical. TRY IT And you will use no other. Wholesale-JOHN BARLOW & Co., 388*00 Sussex Street- Sydney, four Storekeeper will have itr.Aslc him Mrs. Dr. Lloyd, Desires to annouuee that at (ho request of a very large number of Iicr patients and supporters during tho post fifteen yeara, she has determined to add to thu list of her valuable preparations a number of othsrs from the private prescriptions and medic** notes of her late husband, DR. G. E. R LLOYD, M.R.C P.E., I.'R.C.S.i!., 4o. These Remedies are dispensed under the : immediate care of a leading Sydfley physio an, ami will be known as the " . BIOSOZON REMEDIES, For tho moat severe com _ .plaints and painful. din-, ^.orders, recurring in ovory ^doy life, and may be: ob tained fiom MRS. . DR. LLOYD OKiy, at. the uni-1 form prico of lOs Cd per I box or bottle, viz, - ' IOSOZON " RKODLA . TING PILLS. A Speoi'alty for Women. i...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL; I . SYDNh^, Moniiay-JNioht. Wliait, 2s <)d IClonr, Lf) 5» to TMIOH ?; Oluckwheat, 2a 3dn> 2s Cel. ?? Glinff, L210s to fi3 15s t Potatoes L2 tn J 3 10s , Maizo, 2s Od to 2a'9dv _» Outs, 2s (id to 2s8dJ <. f Luurno, L2 Ds to L2 IDs ,Buttut\ crontnory,' 8id:; factory, i7^d'to: 8J , diuy, (ii to 7d 1

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

Brief Mention. I THE Show. . ^. COOL weather prevailing. Oi'R noxt.issue to-day week.. QUARTER Sessions Court on tlio 15th instant. LAUYSMITH relioved, nnd movements of "tho British, advancing., THE'niystorious cable published in our Inst liny boon fully explained by tho- re quest of tho Imperial Guvornmrnt for nioru Australian trrmps. MR. FRANCIS CLARKE has boon rot turned for tho Maclcay and Hasting olec torato by a majority of 203. ' A foiv small, returns have yet to corno in. THE numo of dir William Manning is mentioned in connection-with the Agent C3 en'cml ship' ' TUB, population of New South Wales, is given as 1,365,050, being" an increaso 'of 22,810 during the past yoiy. AUSTRALIAN Cup to day. Partlimn a warnt favoritev Tho result will bo. posted on tho board on the Show ground. - OUR daily "war specials" have, bo como so popular owing to thuir com pleteness, that our Stnrithorpe friends, have domandetl a daily supply by mail train.; Wo are informed that Paling A Co.; of Syd...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

Lfifblk wpB8 "r°Ioofc we" «-*J"Lrll% TVCII your LIVER lb functions properly ^ *"foT To fed well b- a a 0/ torbgiy reeJ well should work m harmony .... Be weSI Zlle^ vz world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe'S LOOK WELL pj FEEL WELL and BE WELL. " .Itiisiinr.inpasstMlnsasliccific forl.iver .. i|g/;%n^6^i»?a::iilinralttnl'-thai aids ?f, the stomach -and > in\ igninlis t'11! I* n lI iiul liclncjs. .-A'Jlc 'Tar, VVOl.FE'3 tfio Peal OchrWppo. ^Wanted. ANTEDaYOUNG CTRL from 14 to 17,to help in tho Kitchen. Apply : ; . Sin?. CLARENCE SMITH. \ ^ Huurook, Grinding. JgOKES GROUND FINE, nt 2s a CW, ~ Wm. H. EVENIS, JtoneMillfl.' ^ Wanted for Gash 5 TONS of SCRAI' ZINC or ZINC I LINING of CASES. \vsi. n. EVKNis, ' Soap Works, For Sale. 1 AA ACRES OF PURCHASliD LAND I XUV/ at MARYLAND, half fonccd. [ 8 ucrea paled. Good water. Apply CONRAD BOTT, Maryland, For Sale Cheap. T^OR SALE CHKAV, one Two Hnrao J? DRAY and Set SHAF1' HARNESS price £8 the lot. Also 0110 goo...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MARCH 6. The Relief of Ladysmith. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

Intercolonial dboviici', Fairfield- .. &:i;Wallangarra.vAdvpcat# TUESDAY, MLARCII G. TheRehefofLadysmilli. The neivB iinuoilnc'ccl from this office: oti' Friday. moMng;tliiit'LiiyyBmillrhnd'.bouh. relieved, wasnot received.'with nearly tlw saiiiO: iunount of|erithu8i;isra*iHid rojoioing «b 6no;wquld Ihivu o'xpooted^to be tho'case; JWiis .\^Hhp.mojfc important item sinco the wttivcommencedj'aud the fact of the 'imprisoned^defenders' being roleased after: ' such im/heroic stand, should liavo been fhailed with the most intense delight. But perhaps thosuccessesimmcdiately'antcrior to .the relief of tliobeaiogeclgiiri'iaon rob . ?libd tlie great achievement of its . worthy PhVnce the:cpbln'eM,\cpmpared with other towns,' of Tenterfield loyalists. Even nut neighbors : of Stantliorpo showed: their I loyalty' by'cablirig?td Oenerelr Sir QelrirgB : .White. . The.British li'nvo non-occupied Cblcsbcrg, . an.' importnntpoinbvin-.Uio north-east bfvCttpbiColony'^nil'Uav^.no^: advanced'sev...

SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

L: SYDNEY. MONDAY 'NWUT.1 &;Tin6rQi3'<juotcdat 23s por unit.'' ?v-rTho ?Molbourne^Cricketftemivjdofeated; Cimtorbury by nu^inninga' and'-118.-runsV' : .^Thu Syt'ney-passengers by thosflteanioi: India will- bo ^quarantined- at: Melbourno, ? .Commissioner Vro'oninn,'-iofv tbo vLsiid-: Ai/poalSCoto ;WilHam^Boijstqn.lto^ for.Land;;;lia3 boeii api)ointed to: fiH;'tlio ' \aeancy. ? ' . ( Tlio tlireo im'prii-oiiedv Laaibtdn 'Aldor- : men wore releaBud from cuatody to-diiy. It appears in connection with tho death of Mr, W. J:- Lahibio. llio war corres pondent of tho Melbourno " Age" and: Sydney "Daily Telegraph, " that llio deceased gentleman wan struck on tlio head with a bullet, and died within a quarter of an hour. Tho body una bunod on tlio hold. Commandant Dolarey, who wan in command of tho Boors dining the engage ment in which Mr. L'unbio'was shot,- had expressed regrot that tho casualty occurred as Mr.Lftmbio waa a non-combatant. EX-PURSUER Rbid contnrios to rako i...

OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

OTTKSELV.ES. O.WINO to Hio Show wo proposo suspond ;int; our issue of next Friday. On tlio following Tuesday a full report of tho proceedings will appear, anil in order that no disappointment may lie causcd, as 1ms boon tho case on pro7iiuiR occasions, those requiring oxtra papers lira requested to book their orders at once. With regard to win' telegrams it: is our intention to publish the latest intelligence from tho neat of war on a board outside tho Sccro tary'ci oflico directly tlioy. como to hand.' tl'Iio first, wiro in the-moruing will "bo, ^published as.usuiiliby. ext^ioi'diHiiry.

[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

v'XBy'TEJ.EOKAPH.1] "^SYDNEYJ MONDAY NIGHT " ; .Purtliiiin is iv firm'fuvnrito .for^tho- Aus'7 'cedqd'tu;&to^2;''4,:<DiafiguredMs.^m!-good' ?;iiGmund;i&^^^ idown'.tO'100:to ;E>;x George .Frederick was ?nibbled at;8 tod.,' atidThuBride at 10 w to 1.' 'J aa ' ^Tn'.Molbournu^ bijtting ia . hnak on the fAuatralmn.'Cu'pl^YOOwa.s.written.iig'1'1161 SWait-a^ifc'afc BOvenV,! 1800 against Son-.' h6rso at 2 and 2j an(l'300 fo 33 Parthiaii, ?90 to 20 and.85 to 20 tliroo . times War ;God,VlBC0 Disfigured at 0 tfnd 0|, 1400 iJjivCaraliitio at 7|v700 Tabilk tit o. Tlio ''price now on offer, is 3 to lParthiiin, 85 .to. 20 War Gad.Tand 100 to 0 Morriwee and Georgo Frederick. "

The Federal Bill. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

The Federal Bill. LONDON, SUNDAY." Mil. vClUMBEBLAIN nays Hint tlio. Aus tralian Federal Enabling Bill will prob ably., bo introduced into the Imperial Parliamont aftor Enstor; >/.

THE SHOW. Everything Points to Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

>A * THE SHOW. - , . ^Everything Points -,to* Suoce8& - THE ' 23rd. minimi oxliibition.:ope»Si this '.morning with nioi-othan ordinary,pronuso of BU0CHS3. ? \T)io whole: oftho-. ncriingo luonts nro" in tho most -perfect . ordor ; nothing having been left uudonu to make tlna t!iu record show, of-1 tlio Bol'di r dis trict.^ Tlioprogramme for ? ea:sli day mid mghfc' of tlio Carnival. has boon made speoinlly. attractive for nil CIuboch of patrons, who will lind plenty of interest in tlio ring mid :n tlio buildings. During tho past year many improvements have boeii'elhjcted within tlio cnclosuro, and these : will afford much groator comfort mid convomcnco to tlio. public. . . ? ? Tho catalogue, issued this morning from this dflico, will be found fully up-to dnlo.and is tbo.largest yet. published by the Socicty. SHOW opons to day. . -Hotel accommodation severely; taxed.. .. SomUiKturUng jumilors presoiifc; rv . v.:Splendid,cxhibition-in lUo Art gallury.' > Mr. J. 'Il.;::Reid...

V.R.C. RACES. Watch Dog wins the Newmarket. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

V.R.C. RACES. , Watch Dog wins the Newmarket. THE ahovo races woro commenced on Saturday, ? willi tlio following results: Hopeful Stakes ~Mu!nter, Hunlatla, Kingliko. ; St. Logcr-Parthian, Mcrriwee, Tabilk. Newmarket Handicap-Watch Dog 1, Stand Off 2, Saraswati. Won comfort ably by tlireo lengths. Time 1 min lo MUCH. ' ? ; j Produco Stalies-Finland, Clcnrisweop, ! HuutBoy. ?: Essenden Stakes-luridBdnlo,-War God, \\ ait a bit - j-' ^Brunswick : Stakes-Caledonia; r Floot Admiral. Bonoolea.'

Bubonic Plague. DEATH OF ANOTHER VICTIM. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

Bubonic Plague. DEATH OF ANOTHER 'VICTIM. SYDNEY, MONDAY. NIOHT. JOHN MADDEN, the lioenseo of tho Hunter River Hotel, iri Susaex-slroet, died somo what-suddenly from tho plague at Quar antine Station to-d^. The other patient Wilder is progressing favorably ; A suspicious case of illness nb Woolloo nnooloo; in beinsr 'inquired into l>y tho 'Board of Health. ? : .

That Confidential Cable. 2000 MORE BUSHMEN WANTED. SATURDAY, 3.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

AThat Conftclenliar^Gab'Ie 2000MORBBUSHMENWANTED; Satliid vYJ 3 30 i si .v.-. Tho .'Imperial ? Government -;ba» .. cabled': to the Australian Premiers for;.air addi tional; forco of-2000 BuHlimun for;.geuoriil sun ico in South Africa . _ ( ; The.whole of tlio oxponso - will -lioi do-' friycd by Enghnd < " ItiB undoistoud. a fuvorablo replyjhas been scut, aud tho men will leave without delay " N. S. Wnlus: will oontribuio 750. ? -

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900

Post Office Time Table. V; I . * ' '1MILS CLOSE rou ? WilsotiB . Powufall. nntl l'.onuoo Tioonoo, ? - 'Tuesday mil FruliiT/nt O'TO p 111 Sydney, (ileu Innes Arimilulp,- MnitKiud : ? »** ..S0wa»tlc,.O-15 . -pi MI..' (Saturdays ' . . ' cxooptoil. ? , . ." ' .Tnbiilain, Cmino, LiBiuoro; andTCiiOmion'l .River-Dully; except Sunday, [it 12 ,, noon;Jeave nt 12sJ0p.ni.' . l'nubarra, and Steinbroolt-Tuesdiiy and I'Yul.-iy, at 0 30 p.m. Loavo Wcdnes : '. day. and Saturday at i) a ij] . Oralio, Sandy 111:1, and Rogsiterville "'. . V-Bally "at 12 rioo'ii;; Leave at i2-3bp.m.; ' rBoiwhaw-Monday and Friday", at 9 30 p.m. vLeavo 'Tuesday- and Suturd-y; / ' at S a.ni. T . . > Bryan's Gap-Tuesday andTriday at 11-45 a.ro.; 'TWallangarra and Queensland : daily at 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) ' .'? MAILS AIUUVE . rnoM ' . I .Sydney,. Glen Innes, . Armidale, : West > Maitland, and .Newcastle-Daily (ox copt Sundays) at_ll-50 a.us. : ; .Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall V, ..Thursday and Sunday,...

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