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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S B1T0-P11LII, A FKACKANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE \ MCUTHVCT, Tho most oSfectivo preparation "" for ridding the mouth of tho aroma of tobacco, and leaving a pleasant taato. F. C. CALVERT & CO., MAHCHESTER. 76 Qohl & Silver MtdaU and Diplomat. 9 . i Solicitors. XiEGAT.. Jk F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, &c., Rouso-stroet, - Tontorflold. . . A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS ..>£jL forN.-.'S.~ Wtilca, Queensland, ami ;'.cthor oqlonion. . V- ?5D, XvOcsl liepresonlfttivc. of the Norwich /.'Uaioii' \Firo Insurance Society, iml tho National Mutual Ltfo iUsomtion of Aus tralasia, Limited. . » . . . Trnatr Moaoy to Lond on Approvod -. .' Security. . P. P. ABBOTT, : Solicitor, - Glen Innes. ILL VISIT TENTERMEL1) anil atlendCourt when required. w liegaL C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, &c, TT AS ':coimnouocd; .&lt; Pruc( ico - in Ten let . ?JEl' 'fialdj'rcxtdoor to Mr. J. F^Idmg'a i biorc. \\\ ~~ iMoney Lend ron a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900
EVIDENCE FROM ADELONG. MrRICHARD YOUNG : Who Suffered with HEPATITIS, DYSPEPSIA, I FLATULENCE, &c. ? Promptly and Quickly , ; Cured by Clements Tonic. V".: (BY OUR SPECIAL REPOIiTKR,) Hbatiinu that Mr. Richard Young had-, arrived ii\ Sydney ou a visit, our special; .ropr-rter took the opporf-uuity of interview injr'liim .at No. 50 JPhijliprStrcet, Enmore,v -Bydnoy, whero he is Haying, as to hi^lato iilucss, aud tho manner of his euro by Clements Tonic. y'y .Mr.Yoiing is anorchardist of uoto, and . -took no loss thair nine .prizes , for hia fruit' -. last year. His orchards and residence ara; -aiumted'atAdclong, N.S.W. v .???: v-WHavo you any objection to being inter-., ;Tiewcd concci-ulug your illness ?" usued our tpportcr. « . 41 Aono -whalcvor,". replied Mr. Young;. ...you nrcweleomo to tho fullest pirticulars.v/ -It commenced with a terrible paui m the shoulder. T couldn't tliiuU what was .the, .matter with,mr. I began to .got vory oad headaches, and ftlb . > . > \ ...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900
Railway. Time Table. .-- a'liG mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter ^eid^atj_.7*X0 p.tn. claily, Satrri'rys ex :oaptW,'nnd, f6t~13r!abnrn^^«^-1^30 ^l.iyi' . daily, Sundays excepted.. '.'? ; - \ n Tno Goods .Train loaves Tenterflel I for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, ' and. aturday mornings at 6 a.m., and ur ives from fsydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at i'io p.ui. Tho fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcnteifiold and Brisbane are as . Eollow: Tejitkuheid TO SIDNEY. lBt (lasf . Single £A 1 0 2nddaiSingle ... .... 2 10 0 1 ? Eotmu Tickets,, available for. ;;u-. ; . :Two Months. 1st Clastt ... £5 12 fl 2nd Clais 8 10 0 ?:WA'Li.AHaAni!A--o.l3tiiaiiiKE." : .1st Clasn; Single JB1.10 7 2nd Olals, Singlo ... . .... 1 5.5 . .lBt.ClaBii, Eotiirn ... . . . 2 10 6 .2nd C'lacs, Beturn ... 1 18 2..
CRICKET MATCH. Tenterfield V. Stanthorpe. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 March 1900
CRICKET MATCH. Tenterfield V. Stanthorpe &nbsp; &nbsp; The Intercolonial cricket match between Stanthorpe and Tenterfield was played on the Queens Park, ,on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy victory for the Welsh men by 135 runs Mr F, P Thompson captained the Tenterfield team and Mr Johnstone, the Stanthorpe team, The former winning the toss sent his opponents to the wickets but owing to the deadli ness of the bowling of Pike they were un able to make any headway and were all disposed of for the small total of 70 runs Tenterfield then batted and put together the respectable total of 205 runs; Walker 58. Smith 56 and Woodward not out 35 &nbsp; giving an excellent exposition of the &nbsp; game. During the day the visitors were entertained at lunch at Mrs Burgess' Exchange Hotel, the only toasts &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; honored being those of the respecctive Clubs, coupled with the names of Cap tains Johnstone and Tompson both of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
w "Wanted. -ANTED a YOUNG GIKL fioiri 14 to 17, to liolpm the Kitchens Apply/ Mus. CLAUENCi: SMITH, ' . . .. ^Boorook»v Ten Shillings Reward. ? T OST OAq- UUAN i H0RSI3, branded I k v over vl"Utir Slioulrttuv -Iho . above reward will be pmd to anyono delivering it to A. J. BU'iT, Tcntorheri. «r : iS A. WOODW AH1>, .. Druke. i Notice. | r - tho UudorsiKU^a, dq intend to apply X . at tho Next Quarterly Licencing Meet-1 intj.to'.bo held at Tenterfield on -WED NESDAY, Urd April, 1900, for 11' Wino License for the house, known formerly as tKo Dutchman's A.ruia HotoJ, situated at\ labloland, lorriugton.Tiild noSyjusod as n; Boarding Jiouse. .. ? ; . : CVv:-- .,.'.WILLIAM ITREN. v MarcliC.1),' 130J. . ". lf Dr. Ormisto.h.' Surgeon Dentist, WILL bo viaitin? . Uiv&lt;M.M?v and aur-. rmimlmg district.n1?u Bonshaw ami 'la-oiMuJing (liHtri-jf, (liitiag'.iifXl; utrl cli« ?f»II mnitf ncek. All L)cii(iil Woik on. the *p 'A. Notice. " A LI I'KItSONH INDEBTED to.lliS firm X3L of TAYLOR nn...
COASTAL RAILWAY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
.COASTAL.RAILWAY CUP. .TnoBu^ftho? Raker/k-.m Gleii;Innos-\Ex* uMiNEn:^. The.SrAtt is- jubihihb lhat Mr;; ^Kennedy, has .coinpleted the TunLerheldv :Ca8inoteurvey with- grades and curves, ns .it-uasunio-'vVof tho easiest- nature,' and snys on their merits tho border town must .Vwin in a cantor.* . Sporting- men, lccon . sighted and with a knowledge of whatthey: arc talkuig -about, tnkuqmtoa diilerent view of what ; will . be tho. result &lt;»f the finish 'invthe/contcst for the Coa3tal'Rail>: .way;,Oup,('to bo- decided-iii heals.^ :-Tnivy^ averr^thafc - instead; rof tho oldvigroy.raaro" (Tonter(ield) cantering nu hrst,at he public arc more likely; to soo her hobbling in laHt.v AVhen -the'.conditions ofrthe race are con sidered and .tho pace at. which lb ia.bound ifco be run* Lam inelined'to thinlttho sport quidnuticB;: aro abolib right. ..In Aho, hrsb u'aca, thev dont ti'row. oats in Tenterbold and the old grey?s tramer (Johnny StrausK; ui tho absence of that nocossary; a...
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
" STOCK MOVEMENTS. SrocKimovomonts for ,^veuk';ondi»ig; 10th Mnri.Ii , 775 oftcs fiuni" Dinlon Vulu for Kimnoy'fe Springs, Griinmn, E A Iloluli, ownit . 8200 niiXLil shcup ficuiv-BuolcaiTol^for Grnhiims yiilli;y travollmg forgrasa; Aus trnlmn IWiito inil Co v 2 nun inn nims from Boorooko for : Bonuforfc, John Iiogorsonj'. oivner. " :;. 10/ inurino; jriiii.s from r-Doopwater to Duntiilo, H. Miicc]onnIcl,Mi\YiK:L'- ' - .112 wutliurp-fiom BbuIiiIi," Dundee 'for Plum Viuw, A.O'H.iiii,' owner' - ' ? . .a-,285 fnt wothora' from-r Roso'Yal^oy ' for Flomington, Win.-Gould, /owner- ? ? ? ; ;285 fiit.:Hc(li(jrs froin-Ghorry/Trebi'Hill ?_for:Flomin«t.on, G;:KvGryy owner-' - . 77 lini hps from. Konkiiliuol:r>i foi Arini-: ilile, '1 lumms tills, owner .- ..9J7 :.wotliers.rot«rniiit; froin . Ashford11(» J^irno.bow, Biig^nbillny l ravoHini; forgvnss, T. Hyun, onnu [ ?.1600 .mixed slicop, returning fronr Aslr ford .to Wuncia,-Bog«abilla, .tiMVL'lling for ,grass,'. A. W. Hoskin:;,. owuoiv>.; ....
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
?.'J- -MUNICIPAL1 COUNCIL. j M on nay, M.uch 12. J?hesent ; /Die Mayor, Alderman Walker, Jnoijenb ;E. i\V.. Whereat,' Sonimerlad, Orisp, Roper. and.Kelly. , j-y/Thoimimrtos of the' previous mooting woro rear! and sonlirmed. . \ . Outward;-I&lt;ormal. and hb directed .tn .Mr. C. A. Leo,, M.P.yat Inst mooting >o: Steinbrook road grant. The Mayor ox;' plained that Mr. Tjue had promised I«V ;oxpodito tho RoUlemunt of tho.Steinbroi.k' road; dispute as, quickly ns possible,, but. tluit lhoro nub still probability of delay; Inward-(1)'From Xivorpool Council, relative to a deputal ion waiting upon vtliq : Colonial-Treasurer on tho 15tli inetant with '. regard to Municipal loans; iirid.'asWng.the" Counqliu iippuint a delegato.: ? Owing to" the shortness of the time, tlio letter-was "simply received. ???. ' ' ' ;(2):Fr,oiiv tlio Seorehivy of tlTo,-Federal Coinmiasion, ligknovvlodgirig receipt of iiif iforriiatipn'forwiirdtid, together with pinna iipn'dt; photographs tif: proposed: ...
SYDNEY, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
SYDNEY, . SYDNEY, TIIOIISDAY NIGHT.;. Tin.oro is quoted-at 24s.. Tho small: pox patient, who -was landed at Perth from the steamer .India,, is convalescent, and tlio pasaengera will , be released on Friday. : v . - At the. Criminal Court; to-day,-; Alfred.^ Wai'O waB found guilty of arson,- and. sentenced to 7 years imprisonment. « . ; Yesterday's wool Baloa wero quiet, : faulty descriptions especially BO.: Gruusy ? reached 10jd per lb, and scoured S^d; . ' In reply to a deputation to-day, tho . Premier said that he had hoped being able to grant Municipal Subsidy, but ho would ho ablo to giro a definite answer .next 111 ontl), and added that, if it lmd not . boon for unforsecn heavy expenditure en tailed by tho plague outbreak, ho would be able to give thu money immediataly. In the action Low v. Fairfax,'tho jury returned a verdict for tho defendant. In the Supreme Court to day, Alexander Hutchinson commonced an action agamat tho proprietors of the Singleton Argus, claiming L2000 da...
Religious Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
. .Eeligioun Memoranda. I . FOB. SUNDAY .NEXT, MHRCti 18. .; .*> CIIORCU OP EKoiiAKn.-rcnterfleld 7.80 a.m.(n c)ll a.uL, and 8 p.m. Barney Downs .at 8 By Rev, . . II. 0* Smith : « WBSLBYAS Cntmcii.-Tcnterfleld. 11 jum. and-7*30/ p.n?, Uev. B; Lane. Bungulla at 3, ? . . .. RKBDTTBRIAN' Cmmcit.-Tenter/Icld' ll «.iu. .and . 7.30 p.m. bv the Rtv. DilMIaoky ' ROMAS CATHOLIC Ommcii.-Moss at 8.30 a.m.. andll va.ni; Benediction at 7.30 by tho Rev, f ather, . --.Corcoran. .. .... *.: DRAKE SERVICES, : - CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-11 a.m. and 7*80 p.m. - By Mr. Cecil.-, v. '. .. WtsLEYANCmncii.-7-£0p.m. By Mr. Morton..
A Fashionable Wedding. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
A Fashionable Wedding. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOIRR. Oi»E of tlio most fashionable weddings ever solemnised in Sydney, took place7 at Riindwick yesterday, when Mr. Samuel*" Hordorn Jt., was married to Miss Lottie" 1 See, daughter of the Colonial- Secretary. "Thevo wits a large and fashionable attend ance,'including the Governor and Pre mier, and representatives of all classes. of the community.. The ceremony was; per-;; formed by Archbishop Smith. Tho wed ding presents numbered about 1000,; tKo estimated value being about L10,000. . '
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. . Wheat, 2«9d Flour, LG 5s to LC 10s ; ; Ohickwlieat, 2« 3d to 2s 5d Chaff, L210s to L3 15s Potatoes L2 to L3 10s Maizo, 2s Cd to 2s 9d Oats, 2s Od to 2s 8d Lucerne, L2 5S to L2 15s ' Butter, orcamory, 8Jd ; factory, 7J&lt;1 to 8J ; dairy, 6i to 7d.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Bloemfontein Occupied KRUGER AND STEYN DISPATCH. HYPOCRITICAL AND INSOLENT. LORD SALISBURY'S DISPATCH APPROVED BURGHERS WILL FIGHT TILL DEATH LONDON, MARCH 14, Night. Lord Roberts has occupied Bloomfontein, and received a welcome. LONDON: MARCH 15, Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
Bloemfontein Occupied KRUGER AND STEYN DISPATCH HYPOCRITICAL AND INSOLENT." LORD SALISBURY'S DISPATCH')1" APPROVED 1 f BURGHERS WILL FIGHT TILL &lt; DEATH ) / LONDON, March 14, Night ?Lord Roberls lms.occupied iBlobnifon toin,;iind rccoivcd a. wolcnjno-- - : . LONDON; Maiicu 15,-,Morning: . .. . Tho genornl opinion regarding- .tlie'dbsr)^ patcli of President1 Krugor and;Steynvis /. that it is canline, hypocritical, aud inso lent, ant! that Lord Salisbuty's i%pl y is, clear, dignified, and stern..'.''. "Widespread satisfaction is' expressed ; throughout England mid the cnlonioai^sivv .pecinlly Nalal, nt. Lord Salisbury'si des-Jr patch, while disappointment is expressed at Pretoria.. :^.-i Mr. Iieilz says that tho war will bo ; fought out to the. liitter end. ' Prosidont Krugor telegraphing -; to; '.»:£ NewTTtrlc. piper ou the 13th instant; siiysji that the Burghers will, fight to death, "ro-i? turning in good order,' our. first lido of defence being of our own soil.' V - i d ...
THE TENTERFIELD Interrolnial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, MARCH 16. Sanitation. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
THE: TENTERFiEl L) - $ui erf oloutal Cornier v-. AND /, Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, MARCH 10. Sanitation. SANITATION is now tho absorbing question of the hour, both in City Mid Country Municipalities. The appearance of the dreaded1; bfibnnic plague has aroused people to a sense of their danger froin the existence of defoctivo drainage, and ! other., causuB responsible for epidemics, which aro just: now ' playing havoc ;witli tho v health of people 111 many places. Attho present time, Glen Jnnea and ? Xnverell are .hotbeds of typhoid, and wo, in 'Tuntortiuld, have no guaraintdo . that wo aro immune. from the danger. Wo are, therofore, pleased to notico that the Mayor has token preliminary stops ! in the direction of a proper system of ' sanitation, by warning householders that. :thoy> must keep their premises clean, or ' incur the" penalty provided for their neglect. It is to be hoped that the Mayor's mandate will, be strictly enforced by the Inspector of Nuis...
TRANSVAAL WAR British Occupy an Important Position. Mafeking Safe on 6th. LONDON, Match 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
British Occupy an Important Position. Mafeking Safe on 6th. LONDON, Match 13. General French has occupied the hills comminding Bloemfontein, and has seined the railway and cut the telegraph lines connecting the Boer centres with the towns, and the forces outlying south of the Orango Free State. The British lost GO killed and 320 wounded in the engagement. President Steyn's brother was cap tured. Lord It'iburtH has reached Ventormiel, 15 miles from Bloemfontein, havingturned a strong Boer position held by 12,000 Boers and 18 guns. Lord Roberts has ordered tho capture and killing of live stock during the British advance. General .Gatacre's forces command tho bridge across the Orange River on tho main road from Burgersdorp to Bethulie. The Boers destroyed tho railway bridge. Germany has declined the Boer request to intervene, not being concerned in the conflict-. It is understood President Kruger is inquiring England's minimum peace terms throuuh America. Lord Balfour has announced in ...
Bubonic Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
- "Bubonic Plague. THERE in no doubt about it' the; ?' Blaok : Death"' is visitingSydnoy w;itli .1 v'eiigo-'. 'ance'nnd has the Metropolis in' its awful: grasp. ' The daily press is careful not ,to; cause;n scare, but tlie panto is spreading notwithstanding, When bnco the plague,/ 'finds a lodgment in the human system it": i is TO'chiirices to 2 that the issue will be fatal. It may therefore bo said-that ?when the disease fairly mvostB a subject he, or sho, ia doomed. Beyond all ques tion," ? tho disease lms reached Sydney "? through the agoncy of rats. They have commuuicnted it to thoir acquaintances .which abound along tho wharves of West Sydney in thousands. Now this part of rthe city from a sowerage and sanitary point of view is 111 a deplorable condition. The soil and under-ground is declared to be saturated with corruption and that the "wonder is that deadly diseases have not ? been.'independently propagated thero. "There are those who insist that a proper" «y3tem of 'sewerage...
MUNICIPAL LOANS. Proposed to Consolidate Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
. .. MUNICIPAL LOANS. .' ? Proposed to. Consolidate Tliem. : At Cooma the othbr.day, Mr. O'Sullivan, tho Minister for Works, spoke of the valuable work performed by municipal institutions, and roijrutted that si> many Oounoila wore in such financial difficulties. The clear way out of tliu troublo would bo to ask tho Gcivernmonfc to consolidate the, municipal loaii3 by which, instead of pay ing 0 or 7 percent., interest^ they would pay 3 or 3$ per cent., which would mean the difference between salvation unci ruin. That wus going to bo brought before Par Jinitiont by tho Mayor of Liverpool, in spired by a man whose name ho need not mention.
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900
Post. Office .-Tirae Table. - j ' ; MAHA UOMn jolt Wi'soUH. Diiv'iifii'l Hnnpno J'o'XMin.i; , Tlie^l.i y ni'l Pii.hiy, iii!) 30 p.in />'. £pj«Trio£',#}&lt;>§)^ liijiii ig -!';':;nnil7Nt!W.;a3t!tfi.n-lfc]i..Mi.^(S:itiir,liiyit'; . .T;lVj *i luxif^i ii'o inn t^^': Mt 11 rl .;) »i)i O1'1.!1- ' '&lt; Uivor-DjuljV ox^i'pt "Sumhy, lit 12 *rimbVr.i",'f:iUil fSt^inbi'onh^TnL'S'l.i Ynn.l ' Frijl.iy?nt',0 SOVii'.m? &lt;?Tjcavo Wednes-' Untlco, 'Sindy Hill, and tBos>iitpi\ille 1 _ Daily at-12."ti'oou.v. Louva nt'1'2 OOp'.mr r p.jn., £I/bdvo Jiiosilny^nodL,S,>turday ?:WnlliinKftrra;:intl:v,Qne0PBliin3svfli|UKf;at' _ 10 BO a in (Similar exported ) ^ ^ * ,i " MAILS AljMnE rilOM ' '''rsyinoy.'-iQ.leii^Iniics, .-HfAfrnWalo^Wdatj 'MaitUnd.'aurt'NewoM^^ V- c'opt Sundays) lit 11 50 lioonoo Boonoor nn^AVilsou'a BowufiillTT'; : Thursday aud SuiiiUyJ nt SrSO ptm.JJt.; Drako'.nndSiuiilyViHill S iturdayal at G 45 p m. > ;'Tabula'mj; .CaBinoi' aridSKicUra^iid.Kiyc^,: S...