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TABULAM SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
TABULAM SPOUTS. ATHLETIC pporta in aid of tho Church of .England Building'Fund wero held at :Tabu1am on Now Year's Day, and passed off very successfully, the weather being delightfully, cool and fine. Tho Drake Band was in attendance and discoursed .sonio sweofc music under the able leader ship of Mr. A. H. Martin, which added materially to the enjoyment of the day's sports. There was a very f*ilr attendance of visitors from Drake and other places found nbojt. Every event was well filled up, especially throwing afc tho wickofc, for which 46 entries' wore received. Messrs. May, Connors, nnd Sampson were tho hnndicappors, D. HolliB starter, with one or two exceptions pave ovcry satisfaction, whilst A. H. Martin atid J. Fritz, judges, and W. J. - May, roferoe, decisions wero \"nover questioned. :^ ; v. Subjoined / aro ' the results of tho J different events Trial Handicap, 75 yards-J, Nowtonvl", VV. Nowton2,!W. Brown'3. Won by ..-2: .yards, 17 starters. Youth's Race, 75 yards-C.* Morti...
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
FARMERS' AND. SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. ; A sreEUNO of, tho Tcntorfield branch of tho abovo Association was hold in tho School of Arts on. Saturday aftornoon. Mr. W. Goodrich ocoupied tho choir, tliero being some twenty members pro aont. The business of tho mooting was to receive tho final roport of tho Provis ional Committee, and to deal with nominations of officials and committee. The minutes of the previous moeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from, tho General Secretary in roply to (i resolution on the bag, question car ried at a previous meeting, and forwarded to htm. A general discussion took place on account of a private mattor being con tained therein, but eventually it was al lowed to drop, as there was no copy of the outgoing correspondence. The Secre tary drew attention to a miuute passed at a former meeting appointing him to re ceive nominations, and then at the last meeting appointing Mr. Underwood to that position.' Tho Chairman having satisfactorily explain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
Wanted /; riTALLOW, .HIIiKS, BONES;- SHEEP i. SKINS, WOOL, BliES WAX, HORSE and COW HAIR, Ol'OSSUil and all kinds S1AKSO I'iAL-SHINS. ' . I nm. proparodVto give CASH for the iibovo ut cxtcme rates. Wm. H. EVENIS,/ Soap Works, . Ijosfoua's Boomerang Brandy 3MEo3C>6 BCom.ox>s. Messrs. JOSHUA BROTHERS havo just received a lotter from the Secretary of the GREATER BRITAIN EXHIBITION, lately hold at Earl's Court, London, stating that thoy havo been awarded a DIPLOMA EQUIVALENT TO a GOLD MEDAL for their Exhibit of Boomerang Brandy. . . , ' This is a farther testimony to the excellence of Boomerang Brandy, which where ever Exhibited has obtained tho highest awards. " * er MOT TO BE SURPASSED. TO -READ BROS.' BOTTLING- ' "DOG'S HEAD" BASS' ALE. -" Dog Head " Guinness'" Stout. WATERBURY WATCHES -IT IS FOLLY- ., to buy an expensivo Watch when you can gat ' The Most Perfect Timekeeper in existence for a few shillings. Asfc fo? a Waterbupy Watck. . And see that the. namo is on it in full.<...
VISIT OF BISHOP GREEN. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
VISIT OF BISHOP GREEN. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES His Lordship, the Bishop of Grafton and Armidalo, arrived in Tenterfiold on Satur day forenoon, and was met and duly wel comed at the railway station. On Sun day ho prcsched to largo and appreciative c6ngregations,attlio whole of the services in Christ Church. In the afternoon thoro was a large number of Sunday School scholars and parents present at the dis tribution of prizes. Prior to performing this interesting . ceremony, tlio Bistiop delivered an instructive address to tho children, which was listened to with marked attention. In addition to the prizes mentioned below, which comprised appropriate reading books, a number of pretty cards were presented to thoso not fortunate enough to win a book. Below will bo found the prizo winners : - Boys.. 1st. Class.-- Aston' Bcntley 1, Edward Butler 2, LouiB Emanuel 3. 2nd. Class.-?W. Emanuel 1*-. G. W. Bentley 2, H.'Walkor'3. W. Class.-Horbert Emanuel 1, Percy Emanuel 2, Reginald Day 3. , i J/...
YESTERDAY'S RAIN. Tenterfield Creek in Flood. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
YESTERDAY'S BAIN. Ten.terfl.eld Creek in Flood. At 11 o'clock Inst- night, -Tenterfield Crook was a banker, The water was within 3 feet ol the decking of Manners street bridge, and extended into tho Show Ground beyond the boundary of the old fence. The whole flat was a vast: sheet of wator, the Chinamen's house and. gardens being oncircled. This is the biggest flood seen in the Oreek since 1890. A murder wna committed at South Dunodin, New Zealand, on.Tuesday morn ing. -A man named Thomas Gallowirig in formed tho police that his wifo had bcon murdered bysomo unknown man whtf" broke into the bedroom. Tho police, . however, discredited tho man's story, and uirestod him, on a charge of murder. It is statod that tiiowomans head was shook ingly knocked about* THE first prize in Tattersall's sweep on tho Onrrington Stakes, valued at L4000, wad won by Gus Schurko, on the rivor 'Diirling, socoud, (L1213) by G, Saint, Brukeullill:; and third (L810), by P. :Obrien, Wollongong. \ .
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE TOR ^Wilsons' Downfall. and Boonoo Boonoo, ? Tiiesdny and Friday, iit9-30p.m.. Syduey, Glen Xnnoa Armidnlc, Mnitlund, ' .and Nowiastle, G-15 p.111. (Saturdays 'excepted. . , J'ubulatu, Casino, lismore, ftDiVBichmond . Hiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12-30p.m, . C rimbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday. and , ". 0'30'p.m. . . Leave- .Wednee 1 % . Say and Saturday, at 6 a.m. . Drake!, Siitidy Hill, and Eosaitcryillo : .«| ' Dnily ttt 12 noon.. .Leave at 12-30p.m. Bosahaw-Monday arid Friday, at 9-80 ;'. ^;m. ' Xeave TuoBday and Saturday atu a.m.- ? iBryan's Gap^Tnesday and Friday at 11'45 . a.m. , . Wallangarra and Queensland : daily tit T'10'80 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) - - MAILS AJlttlVE^MOM ? Sydney, Glen! Innea, Ariiiidale, "West Maitland, and NowcaBtle-Daily (ox cept Sundays) at .11-50'a.m. ; i Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall ?. . .Thursday and Sunday; .at 5-30 p.m. ' Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily . (except ' Saturdays)' at 5-45 p.m....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, The most effective preparation for ridding tho month of tho aroma of tobacoo. and leaving a ploasant taste. fioW in 1*. Cd.t 2s. &*., and 1ft. 7*. Cd. bottlu (English raUs), at ChanitU and Btora* F. O. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 78 Qoid d:'Silver Medals and Diplomas, ft Solloltors. .. ? xaBS-AT.. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator,. ? &c" ? R0U30-str00t, - Tontsr&olft. A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS for N. S. Wales, QuconBland, , and othor colonies. ^ Local Roprcsflntativo of the Norwich Uniou Firo Insurance 8ociety, %nd tho .National Mutual Lifo -Association. O£:.Aub». tralaejo, Limited.; Trust Monoy to Lond on Approved .. Socurity. . - - ??... ?. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen-Innes, CTTlLTi VISIT TENTISRFIELD/ and YY~ aUond Court when required; .-.-^ liegal. C.v Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., AS commonced .Praetieo-'in Teniei Held, next door ...
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, ' SYDNEY, THURSDAY JNIGHT. Wheat, 2s. 6d to 2a Sd Flour, L7 IBs Chickwheat, 2s 8d VChaff, L2 6ssto L3 .Chafling L3 5a Potatoes LI 8s to L2 10s Oaten Hay, L3 10a to L4 16s Maize, 3s to 3s 2d ' ' Oats, Is lOd to 2s ? Lucerne, L3 to L4 6s Butter-(Creamery and factory) 9d " Dairy) 7Ad to 8d
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter fleld at 7'10 p.m. daily. Sator^iys'ex- j oopted,-'and for Brisbane a. li'SO iv.il,' daily, Sundayaeicepted. The Goods Train leaves Tpnterflell for Sydney ovory Tuesday, ThuSsday, and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., and sr ivca from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m.! The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tenteifiold and Brisbane are as follow:- . Tbbtbbbibr) to Sxdhby. . " lek (lass, Single Jti- -1&lt; 0 - 2nd Class, Single . ... 2 10 0 Eeturn Tickets, available for. Two Months. , 1st Class ... ... £5 12 G ? 2nd.Cla8s ... ..S 10 . 0 Waiianoabiia o BHIBBANB. ,. ... 1st Class, Single ...» ... JG1 19 1 . . 2nd Clft3S, Single ;... ... 1 6.5 1st Class, Eeturn ... ... 2 19 5 ; .2nd Clags, Eeturn -2 .
SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
SY DHEY, MONDAYNIQHT. Tin oro is.quoted at lOs. - The body of Thomas'O'Connor, a night watchman, husbeon found.intbe water at Blackwattle Bay. Tho deceased's coat, hat and revolver were found lying on the wharf yesterday. A country Postmaster from Queensland has rex>ortcd to the Police that lie was robbed of a gold watch, chain, and L29 in money while staying at a Coffee Palace. Sir John Forrest, Premier of West Australia, lias arrived in Sydney, his ob ject being to consult Mr. Lyno with re gard to proposed alterations in tho Com monwealth Bill ; and also the Postmaster General with regard to the alteration in tho niuil contracts. Tho steamer Surrey, oneof four trans ports chartered to convey, the troops to South Africa,'arrirod this morning. Good rain fell' in many parts of; tho . Colony on Saturday. . ~ Under the Early Closing Act amended regulations which were approved of by., the Executive to-day, country.shopkeepers who find it inconvenient to close on Wednesday afternoon w...
TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
LONDON, January 4. Further details of the engagement at Suntiysido state that tho occupants of tho Boer langcr, which was tho principal point of tho attack by tho Queensland and Canadian troops, woro mostly colonial Dutch, who had joined the Bocra. During tho advanco towards tho enemy's position, four of tho Queensland nrs, who were patrolling under Lioutcn ant Adio, were suddenly confronted by fourteen Borers, who at onco oponed firo, and wounded Lieutenant Adio at tho 6rst volloy. Privato W. M. Butlnr then gave Lieutenant Adio his horao. Private. A Rosawhoso horsojhad boon startled by tho enemy's fire thon bolted, but lie'roturned immediately to givo asaistanco, and re ceived a bullet wound in tho calf of his' log. When tho general advance was made by Oolonol Pilcher, tho officer in command of tho detachment, the onemy's firo," though woll sustained, was found to be quite ineffectual. By 2- o'clock the com pany of Queensland Mounted Infantry, undor Captain P W. . G. Pinnock, had w...
LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, 8TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
LICENSING COUET. '' MONDAY, 8TH JANUARY; ; BEFORE Messrs. M. H. Fitzlmrdingo P.M., find E. \V. Whorent L.M. At the Quartorly Meeting of the Licens ing Bench, the following business was dis posed of' John Bewers, application for renewal of Publican's Liconse, for the Sandy Hills Hotel. Adjourned tilljthe 16th instant, notice not boing sufficient. William Reading, application for n Publican's Liconsa for premises to bo known as tlio Bolivia Hotel. Granted. The Quarterly report of tlio Licensing Inspector, which was of n favorublo nature, was submitted. --
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
Brief Mention. NICE rain yesterday. " BOLIVIA Hotel re-opened.. MOBDER mania rifo in Queensland. DEWEY, winner of . the Caulfield Cap, has been sold and shortly leaves for India. MEETINQ of, Caledonian Sooiety Com mittoo to morrow night at tlio School of Arts to \vind up: affairs in connection with tho late gathering; . . ,. TYPHOID fo'voris prevalent at Narrabri. TUB ball in connection with the Ama teur Art Society 'Exhibition has been abandoned.; . - ? V AT tho Moorefiold races on Saturday tli e Stowards Mile was won'by A u Rovoir and the Handicap' by Wyalong. .:, ... . TUB Early-Closing Ac't'is enfisingmuch dissatisfaction &lt;m the country districts. TUB Separatinnist .party ? are ' working with awill inAVest Australia \ THE Health ;?- Authorities havo 'cablod to India for 1000 doses of Bubonic plague prophylactic. TUB Duko of : Portland is bringing 446 immigrants from. Great Britain to Queens land. ? A NuuoKT^of gold weighing lOooz. liaB .been found in tho Hanlon Consol...
Another Queensland Horror. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
Another Queensland Horror. . 7 ;!,nv] ;, .A .teyjcibjo trifgi.dy bccurc'd on Wednes; day last &lt;Sii tSotfar'd's selection, four miles from St. Georgu, Queensland. Mrs Goward and hor son, 17 yoars of age, were found in bed at tho homestead, both shot through the head. Edwaid Show, about 24 years of ago, and Miss Goward were found in a paddock closo by, with their throats cut. Tlio latest information regarding tho tragedy "reported this morning is that a man named Edward Snow shot a youth named Goward at a selection five miles from tliere last night. Ho then shot Goward's mother in tho breast, und after wards split hor. head open with an axo. Snow then took Mrs. Goward's daughter, aged 15 years, a distance of [about a mile and a-half into tho bush. A boy nairiod Richard Watson states that ho saw Snow administor strychnine to tho girl and afterwards tnko somo himself. I'he girl, being n intense piiin, asked Snow to cut her throat, which lie did, and then ho cut hirfown throat...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
' AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE U3iml monthly meotingoftlio Com mittee was held attho Secretary's Oflico on Friday last, ivlion there wore present: -Mossrs J. H.'Roid (chair), J. Donoghue, A. J. Smith, Aubrey, W. Reid, Xtopor, M. Smith, T. M. Walkor, Wilkie, 0. P. Whereat, Dr. Ormistoii, and tho Socro tary. ' . '? The., minutes o£ tho provioits meeting wore remand adopted. m COBBEWOSnBKOB. (i.j'B^jnvCaledonianSociety, accopting Society's-offer of uso of ground for £6 , with oleptrio -light. (2.) From Mr. J; L. Thompson enclos ing list of Judges for Shows, as compiled by the Department of Agriculture. Also accopting pooition as a Judge for . next Show. . (3;) From G. Shirley and Co., Austra lia's Great Manure Depot, intimating that tliey had contributed prizes of £10 each for competition at tho Farm Produce and Vegetable aections ac next Sydnoy Show. (4.) From Tillock and Co., Preserve manufacturers, Hiiymurket, applying for C or 7, feet space in building for exhibit at next show. Grante...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 9 January 1900
MARRIAGE. GRANT — ELWORTHY — At " CLontarf," Black Swamp on the 6th January, 1900 by the Rev. B. Lane, CHARLES WILLIAM GRANT of Uralla, to EVELYN MARIE ELWORTHY of Tenterfield. IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; BISHOP — In loving remembrance of our dear little nephew, STEWART. We had a little treasure once, He was our joy, our pride, We loved him, Ah ! perhaps too well. For soon he slept and died. For three short months he stayed with us. Then : one fair bright Summer's day An Angel came from Heaven And took our pet away. Inserted by his loving Aunts.