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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S LIQUID DENTIFRICE ?. MOD MW.ISH, Tho moot . ©ffcctlvo pr pnmtinn Tor .ililiUag iha mouth ol lh.e aroma of tobacco, and leaving a pleasant tasto. >F.G. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. 79 ffolrf & Stiver Jfcrfai* and Diplomat, {p Solicitors. r.X2Gu9LXi. . J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator &c., Houso-strcot, - Tontorflolfl. A>.COMMrS.SIO-VKR /or \FFII)AVrJb :,.CJL for N.-S. Wales, Qucoii«lun<J;und ? obhor colonicn. : t3L: Local Kcprestmtalivo of the Norvnoliri Unidiil"iro Insnmnce Sooioty, ind -tlie I National AJutuul Lifo AE&omtiou .of Atis.J tl'Ul<L8IUj'LltiUL(.'(K : .. V/. >. Trust Wonoy to Lend on Approvod Soonrlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. '' W7'ILI-' TIS1T ICNlJJRriL'M)* and »iwVV attend Court u'lieii.required: ?. . Xae^S,!.. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Gonvevancer, &c.," AS ennwnonued 1'rnctico . iiu.Teniei .. field, next door.-to Miv" J.vVisldingV Store. \ Mom...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

. " WEALTH OF NATIONS," ; Messrs. T. C. Williams Co., of Richmbnd, Virginia, U.S A , liavo i>repa:ed for Ihi .market a High Grade Dark Tobacco under tho brawl of "Wealth of : Nations." Tho knowledge which the manufacturers li.ive gained in supplying the ; ::l; fayorite brands of Wclcome Nugget, Victory, and Diadem, enables tliem to confidently ' recommend "Wealth of Nations" TO ALL SMOKERS OF DARK TOBACCO. OBTAINABLE OP ALL LEADING TOBACCONISTS AND STORES. ' BE NOT DECEIVED*!?T ^ ' DOG'S HEAD ALE AND STOIJT IS THE BEST THiT CAN BE PRODUCED. . .." SEE THAT YOU GET IT. SPECIALITY SILVER WATERBURY WATCH. . LOW PRICE. HIGH QUALITY, ALSO IN NICKEL, GILT AND ROLLED GOLD. JOSHITA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. . ? . The LONDON " TIMES":-*'A sound, HoneBt Brandy." ; ~ . The '' LANCET" " Of a Fragrance, Quality, and Puri'y and second to none." . : The "BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL" A Pure Product, well worth the. atten . . tion ft the Profession." . / These Qualities arc further testified to. by many Hos...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

'Railway Time Table. . .JThocmftit traia.foc Sydneyleaves; Tcntor ^fleJd^afc/^'XO-rpiUi.^dailyj ^SatjT^jr.^rs captod,- nnd* forr.'.'Briibaue -.a. Ir3(> :o«W daily, Sundays oxr-ftplodi : . v: . The Goods Traiu leaves TeaterfieM foe Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday; .and1 aturday mornings at- 6 a.m., amV ur ives froiu 'Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday ^ and Friday evemugs at.4*45.p.oj.-. Tho tares between Sydney and Tentor tield, and IV btei Hold and Unsbane:are as: follow:- ...'.v-.vr:.vv-, TjfineKHFIELD TO SxDNBy. ; 1st (las*, Single ... 0^'v-*' . . 2nd Clot hSingle ... .... 2-10 vu - Ketun Ticlfets, available for v ^ .; s Two* Months. . ' ^ 1st CIds' -£o 12 G '/I 2nd ClaM " . ... 3<10 WjLM ANOAltlU 0 liiaSUANE. .t : 1st CIus/, Single ... XI 19-«',7 2nd Cla?3, SiurIo 1 6..-::5vc£v 1st Clasu, Return ... 2 10;* f, v 2nd Chits, Return ... 1 18 2 -- .

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. TO-MORROW will bo celebrated tho birth of Ireland's Patron Saint. Tho day hag been proclaimed a public holiday in the County of Cumberland only. Thero is nothing locil sot down for discussion. Soman Catholic Ball. . This will bo hold in thoGymnnsium Hall to-night. ProparatioiiB on a largo scale have been made for a most successful issuo, and it I'B fully boliovod that tho hull will lio comfortably filled wit.li dancers. Good music , will bo provided, and a sit down mpper of a substantial kind. Art Union Drawing. Will take place in tho evening. In this: list is included a number of valuable; prizes, and wo understand, a large number: of tiokots have been disposed of. ,

Brief Mentoin. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

Brief Mentipn. . ST. PATRICK'b Ball to-night. ? . DAN BARUY Company to-night. , : QoXiiTEuSessions postponed until noon to-day. *;? The local prico of tin in Stauthorpo is LSfi per ton. - ? / Tanulam, BRIDGE to bo.proceoded.witli at onco.' What pricc the croakers now; - POLICE stations to bo established at Tabulam and Acacia Oreok. ; . r Miss AMIETTE MARTIN has beon gazet ted a pupil teacher on probation .at llio Tentiriieid Public School; . Gotn loH803;rofuspd-:-J. Headrick, 2 Vc'rcs, Frasers Gully, parish Por'cupar; J .VA. Batley and others, 60 acres; Clarence River, special Gold lease. AT the V.R.C. Uncos last week the ? Australian Cup^was won by La Carabine, Tabilk 2, . Wait-a-bit 3. The Champion Stakes by Parthian, Morriwec 2, Wait-a bit 3.' And the Loch Plate by Wait-a-bit, War: God 2, Parthian 3. 1'iw: deaths ara announced of iv couple of old residents of tho Armidale district, viz., Roderick M'Rie, a pioneer settlor of the district, and at one time- manager of Rock\alo Stati...

SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tub usunl monthly meeting of tho com mittoo-was held last when thero wei e . present: Messrs, T, ? Poberdy (chair), Duive, Carter, Stoinbeck, II. E. Walker, and the Secretary (J. L. Keif). Tlio minutes of tho previous ' meeting wore read and con6rmed. An application .was read from Dan Barry Co ...for iho uso of the hall for the 16th and 17th March. Hall booked as requested. A vote of thanks was' tondered Mr. Butt for bin kindness in erecting a cuo rack in billiard room, and effecting other little improvements. .A sum of L10 was voted for the pur chase of new books. " It was decided to call tho attention of subscribers to tlio fact that th'oy may enter names of books in tliu Suggestion book lying on tho Library table.

The Glen Innes Show. THURSDAY NIGHT. [BY TELEGRAMS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

The Glen Innes Show. . » ; THURSDAY NIGHT. [Bi-.TELEORArir,] THE Glen .lnnes! Show 'opened;;ori^;)vod jiosdayV there,being nn',iittend»ncb7of fully; 3000. ' At the luncliPon. - ftri npology Mvaa read from;MivJ.;H.:.Reidvfor^icniat tendanco. _ «'£ ? ' 1 , 'Tho Maiden Jump wna.won. tiy Quon dorig, Dandy second. 1» < « v Rattler won .High. Juinp,''!(6ft IOI11) Quondong 2. . ' Tho record'Diiiry cowfell to 15.' Dunbnr, E. Sergeant fiocntid., ' Tho 14 otono hack wiis wrin liy Quon dong, Rattler Kecoiid. A. M; White was first and second for tho 12 stono hack! Mr. White also took first for tho 10 stone j hack, Mr. Bayloy second. For : the Galloway Mr.; J. AVIiyte was lipst, ..and Mr. A. M.Whito.-.second- .. ' The chief prizes- in cuttle section went to Messrs. White, Mooro and Chaffuy. Mr. A. M. White was successful wirli tho pen of fat oxen, and Mr. Hodges for the pen of fat steors. Tho pon of cows went to Mr. Jesse Bishop. In sheep. Messrs. Cadell, F. Ill White and A. O'Hara wo...

The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

°S?3a.e Xasi/fcos-fc SYDNEY, TIICIISUAY NIOHT.' Tlio Board of Health lmvo decided to isoluto nil the plague patients at tho Quarantine Station instead qf erecting a separate Hospital. Dr.; Thompson says tlio epidomic will . probably"drag on. for two thirds of tho year and thoh dio for some time but revive again with a new generation of rats at the end of a year or thereabouts. The only possible remedy is slaughter of the rats ; nothing olse will lie effectual. The Mayor says ho is determined .to do his duty by thoroughly cleansing the City. A systematic inoculation with prophylactic 'of persons working about the wharves was commenced to-day. The four plague pationts, Reginald Dovey, Henry G reft head, Samuel and Alexander Bell are in li critical condition. The remainder are.doing well. The last named on]y developed the disease yester day. There was another case this afternoon, the victim being John Butler, residing in Key-street, Ultimo. Two hundred and twenty five persona were inoc...

Bubonic Plague. Further Cases Discovered. Assistance from India. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

. , Bubonic Plague. Further Cases Disaovered. Assistance. from. India..: SYDNEY, TUESDAY. ANOTHER ciiao of plaguo was discovered this morning. Siiniuol Bull, aged 8 years, resting ni UiiibiVBtreet. ' Pyviiiont, was declared to! bo irifecti-tl. Ho, with the other inmates-of tlio houso in whieh he resided, will bo removed to quarantine during the day. i .. . LatBB. Saimjel Bell, who lias "been attacked uy the \>li>guo, livod with his parents in a house next to cho post otficB, Union-street, .Pyrmont, " Tlio patient, togother with his parents and other: members of (lie family, and one lodger, making eleven in . all, -were removed to tho quarantine station during tlio day. ThomasKeene, who wiis removed from Goulbum-stveet to day, was 46 years of age. Ho was employed in a warehouse near Sussex-street, and lodged in a house in Goulburn-street. Six women were in cluded among those who were quarantined from this house. Roports from the quarantino station to-day show that the health of...

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Letter from Lieut. C. A. Lee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Lottor ftom Xiiout. C. A. Loe. WRITING from Attewolla Farm, 12 miles from Orange River Station, 8th Febrnary last, Lioutenant Leo saysSince writing from Prieska about a fortnight ago, I have not received any letters nnd not a newspaper, I hear the P.O. officials keep thom all back on account of the bulk. This ia a difficult place to get letters from. Sinuo my last' we havo dono a lot of travelling, and soon a groat deal. We marched from Prieska in a column 500 strong, composed of British Mounted Infantry, Yorks, Suffolks, and a Battery of 15 pounders, across cauntry through Hopetoun to Orange River Station. I could not get into, Hopetoun as it was niy turn on duty with the trans port, which , was a mile and a half lung. Many of the tyre? of the wheels had to be knocked into place and secured; Orange River station is a big depot and very busy. Only one nurrow bridge for rail and all other tratFc. It is a common occurrence to wait an hour for your turn to cross, A...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

F. - HFox : Sa,d.d.les 2 LOT (5 Gloss) ;.f SADDLE u^X. iKLLS direct from the Factory por ^»w#sou*." Perhaps tho Largost , tiud liest Lot of Treus OFGC landed in .Tea trefield, they have several uow improve mentis notably unbreakable Gullets; incor ; Juptable Stoel Plates, improved Sprinir -Bars, ic.- :... - .. I have also lauded by the satne.boat a"-' SI MiNDlD LOT of English. Bridles, : btu-i'ap Leathers. A Splendid . Assort rnent ot Bits, Spurs, Solid Nicklo , Mirrups, Xa dies' Safety- Stirrups, «^ ,?omPleto Stock of Superior aaddlos. Harness, Bridlos, Brushes, > always on hand. 11)0 prices, yuu will find, are below what others charge for inferior goods. , Manufacturing Saddler, KOUSE-STREE. Buy yourself a New Saddle for: THE MEW YRATj, - A ND come where you can choose a scod coe from the LABGE STOCK-W ..on liana at A. J. SMITH'S Saddlery - Establishment, -COJIMISING Somersets, Strong Capped Knee pad Stock Saddles, light stock, hunting, ? Steeplechase, and boys' saddles. ' T*. ...

CRICKET MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

CRICKET MATCHES,. THE continuation of tlio matches under auspices of the Tenter6eld Cricket As- , sooiixtiim will take placo to-niorrow, whiiri Christ Chureli will meet Sunnyside in the. return mutch on tho Queen's Park ; and the -Tontertield team the Bungulliims on tho liittur'B 'wicket. . ' Tlio following team will represent Christ ChurchMessrs. Bontley, Tonipson,' Everett, Wynian, B. Filzhnrdinge, Flynn, Baker, Scott, Westliury, H. Collins, and Dongate. Emergencies-A. Bentley, L. Enmnuel. Tho following team will represent the. Tontorfield ClubMessrs. Eeilly, Pike," Walker, Lane, Krahe.King, Keif, Stu:irt, Woodward, Woigall, Whoreat-Emergen cies-Baldey, Barnard.

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

LOCAL NEWS. SETTLEMENT LEASES.-At the Lands Oftieo yesterday, tho following settlement lenses wero npplied fur Sydney - J. Buniior, 0200 acres, parish Ruiil, County Buller. THE USEMIT.OYEII I'noiu.Eir.-Tim Go vernment has decided tn hand ovur the unemployed trouble to a small Boarl with fairly largo powers, subject to tho ap provitl of tho Government. BAIINEV DOWNS CREEK -BUXI>OK. '-TI10 tondet of A. J. Butt, £'105, 1ms been ac ceptcd for tliu erection of u bridge over Biirnoy Downs Creek, on tho road Tenter field to Stvanip O.ik Creek. ANNUAL LEASES.-Tho following annual lenses wore applied for since our Inst issue i -J. W. Green, 200 acres, parish Bookoo korara County Bullor ;Leonard Gillespie, 040 acres, parish Acacia, County Buller. NEW POLICE STATIONS.-WO under stand tlmt a constable will shortly be stationed : at, Tabulain, also at Acacia Creek. Both theso^ places*,;ai'o : justly entitludtol(ical'policeprotectio'n,,-tlio distances frpni; tlie/iieaiest stations being too far...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

BIRTH. STRUCK. — On the 14th instant, at the residence of Miss Hyland, Quirindi, the wife of C. W. STRUCK, late of Tenter- field, of a daughter. Both doing well.

QUARTER SESSIONS. Adjourned until To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 March 1900

QUARTER SESSIONS. Adjourned until To-day. THE Court of Quarter Sessions, was opened yesterday morning punctually at 10 o'clock by the Duputy-Sheriff, Mr. M. A. Fitzhardinge, P.M., in the absence of His Honor, Mr. Justice Heydon. After the jury panel had been called over, and all those summoned found to be in attend- ance, tho Deputy-Sheriff intimated that owing to His Honor being detained at Inverell on Court business, he would not arrive until the following day. He then formally adjourned the Court until noon this morning.

The New Agent-General. MR. H. COPELAND, M.P., APPOINTED. A COMMERCIAL AGENT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

TheNew AgenfoGfeneral. : MR. .H. CQPEL AND,: 11.P., , -. . APPOINTED. . - - , A COMMERCIAL AGENT. SYDNEY, MONPAY: NIGHT, OoiiHIiAND, M.P., liaa.'bqen ap. pointed ;Agerit-General, and hivs uoeepted the position; -The appointment'^ not fixed for'huy definite period, but i> now' arrangement will lie made immediately Federation is finally accomplished. The appointmentis giving general satisfaction in commercial circles, wliilo Ministerial ists' consider the povernment have got rid'of a prospective froublosomo friend, Mr. P in Q'($)niipr ia alrenill* ant|ot;u<Sed' as a candidato for t lie Phillip Pivision. The Government prujjfco to send a' commercial agent fur the colony -to Lon don, 'but whether in| mediately qr aftpf federation is iiccotuiitjslicd lias uqt yet sen.decided. ' . .

The Commonwealth Bill. STRONG CRITICISMS EXPRESSED. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

v The Commonwealth Bill. STRONGCRITICISMS EXPRESSED. LONDON, 'SUNDAY. vAti' tho first interviexy between the federal delegatpq and tlie Homo Government, jliiniproHS oviticiainii were lu^do on the Cuiiiiflonvfeiillh Bil]. ftlesarij.. Barton, DeakultMd Kingston vigorously conibatod the objection!) raised by Sir jticltard \Vel|ster, Sir Robert Fjndlay. .and' S}r Ooyrtenay Albert. T|ip oritipisii|S were abandoned with the exception of seven, which the Crown strongly piessed ip the belief that aniend niontq wu^ld prevopt encroachment on royal prerogatives. One of the objections relates to the clnuces denliug with appeals to the Privy Peqncjl. The delegates ivjll probtibly subnijt a written stutoiriont fur the consideration of the Cabinet, They strongly ijrge that- they .are unauthorised to accept amendments, . and that it wuqld be inadvisable to dis tm'b llie Aualvalian coniproiniep.

A Libel Action. £100 DAMAGES AWARDED. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

A Libel Action. . £100 DAMAGES AWARDED. v.-? SYDNEY, MONDAY NWHT. ,t. IN tlio libol-Hction, Alexander. HuMrisotv. exM.P. for Glen. ...Irihes,;4 versus Cthe: Singloton AuousV.a vordiot for, tha phun-r tiffwaa given in the sain of £100./

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

V MONDAY NIGHT. Till pro is quoted nt>24s per unit. The tender of J. BuggNgolivw, hiwheef} nccu'jitod for bridgd pvur ©m>j>tvaf;er Bjvjjr Melbourne 'crickeMjrH defeated GJirisloHurcl) by i>p innings »ff4 3g runs. ?During « quarrel ut Wnlimi.vyiiji oi) Saturday, two gvftjjo picket, JolitKHealy and Charle» Ellis'wore wounded wi<j}> ro volvcr - \ A )>%. tiro Ippk pkcuV: youtpfdayNnt. Kiinowun, Went <Vu8'ruliii; 23 shops woi'fy .JeBti'oyod, tho dunjiise ; iii^qiiutiiig j'f.o ' about LSfyOOQ. ( LONDON,-SUNDAY. During tlio procession on St. Patrick's D.»y ii disturbance occurred la Dublin. The windows of the ciirringo conveying tlio Lord Mayor of Dublin wore snmalied. The disturbance aroso in conscquunce of the address to be presented to her Majesty on the occasion of her being received in stnto by tho corporation of, tlio city. Sovernl arrests have been mndo. '

Terrible Colliery Disaster. FIVE MEN KILLED, SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

Terrible Colliery- Disaster. - FIVE MEN KILLED, V! vO.;, '. : SYDNEY, MONDAY. As awful disastor occurred at blip Sydney Harbour Collieries works, Balmain, yos terdjiy afternoon, fivo men' being killed, und one sevorely'injured. The' shift was being changed between 3 and' 4 o'clock, and, as usual, six men wero being lowered in a bucket. ' The shaft had been out to a depth of 1800ft., nnd it is surmised that when the buckot was about 1200ft. down it somehow upset. Fivo of the oc cupants fell fully 400ft., and, of course, were killed. The other man managed to savo himself from falling, aiid, us the bucket continued to desoend, after being relieved of 'lie greater pirt of its load, he reached the bottom of,the shaft in com parative safety. The list of thoso killed is:-Phillip .Tones, 21, single ; Tlieudiire O. Travers, 22, single ; Cliirlcs Manning, 25, single ; Alex, Robertson, 33, married (nno child) j .lames Siniib, 35, single. The ninn who managed to save Himself is named William Wa...

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