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

Yesterday's Homebush Sal es ' SYDNEY, MonuiV NIOUT. PITT, . Son,"mid Badgery report as follows to-day: :*. ? 947 cattle wore . yarded to-day, tho market being lOs'per hoad, bettor. Bul locks brought from M 10s to T.,9 5a ; cows, L3 -10s ; to LO 10s. Beat boof was worth 22s per 10011M. ? . . About 9600 Blieop were penned, values being up 6d to'1B per head.-' Wethors, 10a to 15s 2d ; ewes, 9s 6d to lis. Harrison,' Jones," and Duylin report Eight Walker's bullooka avqrtfged' Cll 2s 3d-| while 3B bullocks' -averagod L8 12s 6di ahd 12 heifers L5'18£'2d. £- ? ] " Jv.M'Kee'a-bullocks aveniged:L6' 14s 8d j ono injured L5.; . ? ?

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

F. :KNEIRP" Pox :?, S©,cica.les 1 ,: \ FINi: LOT (I Gross) rf SADDLE :_CjL TEEES direct from the Factory per B.B. "Damascus!" Perhaps the Largost : and Kost'Lot of Trees evor landed in Ten- :?}*. -'itrefiold,tlioy hove'several new. improve- ' :f\ nients notably nbbr'eakablo QulletB, incor-. ;,J'r . raptable Steel .; Plates, improved' Spring \ . Bars, &c. .. ' I have also'landed by the same boat a1'v SPLENDID LOT of ErxgUsh Bridlos, " Stirrup Leathers. A bplendid Assort ,< ment ot Bits, Spurs, Solid Nickle 1 Stirrups, Ladies' Safety Stirrups, . &o.' \ A Complete Stock of Superior Saddles. Harness, Bridles, Brushes, Chamois, &C-, &C , always on hand. The prices, you will find, aro below what others charge for inferior goods. Fre?3D Kneipp, Manufacturing Saddler, KOUSE-STREE. Buy yourself a New C Saddle FOB THE NEW YEAH, ? AND coiiio where you can ehooso A goali one from the LABGE STOCK now """ on band at A. J. SMITH'S ; Saddlery - Establishme...

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

LATEST COMMERCIAL, . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Wheat, 2h9Q : Flour, L6 8a to LO 10a . Ohicl<wlicat,:2s 3d to 2s 5d , ; Chiiff, L210s to fj3 15s Potatoes L2" to-I>3 10s Maizo, 2s Cd to 2s 9d , ? . .. .Outs,,2s 6d to 2s 8d - - ;IA'cornei: L2 5s to L2 lGs . .. Butter; creamery, 8§dfaotory, -to 8J fUairy, 6i to 7d.

CRICKET. Tenterfield v. Bungulla. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

.. CRICKET. Tontei-flold v. Bungulla. THE return mntch between Tontorfiald Club and Bungulla, under the auspices of tlio Teritorfiold Cricket Association com petition, WHS played at Bungulla on Sat urday lnat, and resulted in tho easy de feat of tho Bungulliiina by an inniuga and 27 runs.' Subjoined are tlni scorns Bunoulla.-First Innings. J. Donnelly, c Walker, b Biley ... Rolph.bPike ... ... White, o Rilay, bPiko -... Jeftreys, b Pike A. J. Donnelly, b Pike BondalI,; b Piko Larraoy, c Pike, b Walker Reid, run out ... Grant, o Riley, 1) Walker 1 0. Blnker, not out .. Sundries .. ' Total . Seoond Innings, , Whits, o Riley, b Piko C. Blaker, b Walkor .. A. J. Donnelly, Bt. Woodward, b Piko ;? Jeffreys, asub., b Walkor Reading, b>Pike ... .v. . Bendall, b Walker ... , v Grant, o Krahe b Walker ... . .... J Donnelly, b Pike ... ' Reid, e Riloy, b Piko . Larracy, not <Sut ... . .... . Rolph, c and Walkor . Sundries ... TotM : .. Tbnibbfiblu.-First Innings. Pike, o Geoftoy,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

TENDERS. ~ TENDERS fop painting tho OUTSIDE mid INSIDE v.t a COTTAGE, with TWO COATS of paint, and -THREE.. COATS where specified, will be ro-" cjivetl «p to SATURDAY NEXT, 2Uh March l.y Mit. G. MANt'KEDI, from whom oil paiticulars can bo obtuiucd' ^ Notice. Jtlic Undersigned, do intend to apply j at tho Next Quarterly Licensing Moot ing to lio hold at Tenturfield on WED NESDAY, 3rd April, 1900, for a Wino License for tho house, lcrown formerly as the Dutchman's Arms Hotol, situated nt Tublelnnd, Torrington, und now usod ns a l oiriliDj,' House. ?VVILtldM UEEN, 6th March, 1000. IMPERIAL BUSH CONTINGENT. MAJOR-CAREY;;wiil akrive in Teiiter ficW oii tho 23RD JNSTANT to. .EN ROL VOLUNTEERS PROVISIONALLY" for ihelM PERI AL BUS H CONTINGENT." Certificates of character ru|turn«V Horses up to tho welght.niay .be submitted, v Major,Carey will be in attenduuoe nt the Court House, Ten'crfield,-.at 10 u,in. on FRIDAY,'23rd in*tant. H 1) MACKENZIE, Colonel, Vutoria Barraukp. n IMPERIAL BUSH CON...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MARCH 20. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

THE. TENTERFiEl I) Intercolonial Cffinttr AND Fairfield-& Wallangarra*Advooate ' TUESDAY, MARCH . 20.' LOCAL NEWS. AJIUULUHOE LECTUKES.-These, will bo resumed by Dr. Freyer in (ho Lady's HIJ>1I School Hall .to-morrow night, ,when, a large attendance is likely to bo present. . - WEBLBYAN.-In the final treading of etationaat the reccnfc Wesleyan Confer ence, the Iter. M. H. Parkinson. waa ^selected for Tonterfiold, while tho Rev. B. ./lano procoeds to Partes., . v", ANNUAL I J!A8E8.-Ihe following annual lenses have been applied for since our last issue-Ann A. Brown, 640 acres ; and .Wulker-Trustees 640 acres, both in the parish of Forestland, County Clivo. ? .MILITARY.-Wo ; understand. that Mr. W. K. Everett has.been appointed Lieu., . tenant in tho Tentorfield Mounted Rifles- . Mr. W.: A. Lee lias received his appoint i menfc lis second Lieutenant in the ln vcrell corps. . bANiTART INSPECTION.-Under instruo , tions: from the Mayor, Mr. Inspuclor B;tchfield is now making. a...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

Brief Mention. BRITISH War loan iv huge success. Jsanitaky Inspector on-the warpath. ^UT'ONiON-drawing- to-morrow night. Ty?o fJrownJjindp ualcp will tulje place, lit ftp Bwri Bo#M.to-p»pw;-.v-. . . .v; , CotEjiAjif), ,l}vo ; pejr ^gunit-' General i At the .Wurwick -races ^onsSaturdayj Tlior wmv tlio double. . Silexrdid.not run inlo 11 p}nco .A' M^oseb Riflo Corps,to-tov:lieostab libliod at Stimtliorpo . Tin is.quotcd .111 Stantjiorpo afc LSG per tun.- ? .. ? A YOUTH ? tinned.-liars: dislocated Iiib iiliifUlder wlulu playing at 11 picnic nt Stonoy Creels, tendered to th.o.pijdet boys of the Superior Public .School' by Mr. D. I'ilco IttBt Saturday weujc. : ? ' A MiNBit nutped Patrick M'Carthy of Flillgrovo whilo nndur llio ipflnonpo of drink,Hiado iui attempt to commit suicide by putting liis throat. He foots largo amount of blood, and is now in tho hospi tal under Dr. Musayy's pi>ro. AT the'police Court yesterday, i)drunk i »as lined Is or imprisonment until the I lisjoy o/ (ho C...

THE GERMAN FLAG HOISTED AT SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

THE GERMAN FLAG HOISTED AT SAMOA. Nows received from Samoa by tln> Alameda states that oil tlio 1st March tlio German iliig wns hoisted Willi ceremony at Mulcnui Point, Apia, in the presence of nil tlio officials and represeYitativea of tlio chief islands. Tho Chief justice and almost the whole white population and 6000 nntiveB were present. Dr. Solf, tho late President of tho Municipality of Apia has boon appointed Governor, and Herr Knipping Vice-Governor, Matnafa and Tamasese both made speeches, and at tlio cloao of the ceremony shook,hands with ono another. THE BUSHMEN'S CORPS. . have been lucky enough to have presented to them a supply of a preparation known as Collyriuin. Thisis alotion which ex perience has proved to be most succcssful ill tho treatment of Opthaliiiia or Austra lian blight, and it is in universal use in South and NYestorn Australia, where tho local conditions in tho country districts as rogavdH, dust, heat and flies, aro very similar to those existing in S...

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH . BALL. Tnii above bull took place in the Gym nasium Hull luafc Friday night, find was 'well patronised, considering tlio number of other local attractions that night. The rausio was supplied by Misses Riding and Mitchell, while Mr. £>. Egan cap.'ibly ful filled the duties of M.C. A substantial sit down supper was provided, to which full justice was done. The roceipts total led Boine £17. To Mrs. P. Egan (the hon. secrotary) is duo most of tho credit for the succcssful issue of tho function. Art Union Drawing. This was to have tukon place on the night of the ball, but it was afterwards deoided to postpone it till to-morrow night. In connection with tho salo of tickets, Mrs. Glohe won the gold bracelet, sho having disposed of Bume 25 books. Tho noxt in order was Miss Nun an, who sold £10 Ills worth) for which she was. presented with a brucolet,"the gift of the Hoy. P. Corcoran, tho same gentleman also gave Miss Coan a vory pretty brooch in recognition of her ...

TELEGRAMS. The Bubonic Plague. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

TELEGRAMS.':^ The Bubonic Plague. . : SYDNEY, FRIDAY. Tho plflguo patient Henry Qroathead is soriously ill. Tho others show no im provement. . Nofroah outbreaks have beonroported ainco yesterday. . : ? Sir-co the outbreak of Ihe-iplague. at .Honolulu there h ive been-.04 . cubes, and 55 deaths. ' > Later. There was no further, outbreak1 of tho plague to-day. ?: Tho-usual number -of i suspicious casoB : aontinuefl' to herpotihepl, ; but generally prove oifjinaiy illness. A- New £ealapd J3acteru>l"g|st arfjvefV ill' Sydney to-day to study tho plague, m view pf the possibility of <ln o^tonamn to that eojony.. . .???.>. . v. . SYDNEY, Monday. .t\notlipr (lentil from plague occurred on Saturday night, lyhoi) a woiqaq ntin)ed Ellen M'Carin, living in tho vicinity of Miller's Point fell a victim. She hitd occi) ill for some days. The house has been isolated, and tho inmates comprising tho father, iflotlipr, and fqqr oliildren have been sent Iff Quapintjne Station. The t...

ATTEMPTED RAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

.ATTEMPTED.RAPE. George Adams appeared in custody 011 a; charge of assaulting Mary Marshall ?.with intent to commit a r«pe on the 29di October lufit Hi Drake. A sccond count charged hiui with indecent assault. V" The>;following 'jury was eventually empiinnelled, after tho accused had .exercised the right of challenging tVyo and the-Crown one G.: Hanna (foro nian);-,y J:.< O'Keofe,- '? J..- AVartmibvy J.; G. Campbell, T. Coiin, P. 'Jjiiressy,'J; M'Burney,' J.' E;, Pollard, W. Cornpy, P.-Koos, J. Hickey. ? ? - Accused pleaded not guilty, and ivas I defended by Mr. C. W. Roadett, Sulicitor, lenturiield. V . . ? Senior-CdnstableSt limbics deposed from information received about 10.30 p m. 011 Sunday," 29th October, lie wont to Mrs. Marshall's plnco. Saw Mary and Hose Marshall. The former inado a complaint against a man mined George Adams of having assaulted her while -'coining JFrbtij the Wesluyan Church. .He oxamiued her dress and jacket produced, . which bore . green gra...

MILITARY. Visit of Major Carey. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

; MILITARY. Visit of.-Mogor Caroy. - IT Ima been arranged 'that the members of tlio committee Appointed by the Govern-. ment to.pasa the membors of the Becond contingent, of BuBlitnen shall proceed to country districts to examine candidates, in riding. In accordance with this nrrange mont, us will lio aeon on roferenco to our business columns, Major Curoy will visit Teiitortield on Friday noxt for the pur? pose of passing provisionally members for that contingents M.ijor Carey will bo in attendance at tlio Court HOUBO from 10 a.m., so thiit all those desirous of joining should not fail (o put in an appearanco. "The following circular hns boen issued by W. F. Everett, tlio acting O.C. Ten terfield Mounted Itifles, in- accordanoo wi'h instructions from headquarters : Volunteers for the next Bushmen's Contingent will bo required to present themselves for inspection by Major Carey at the Gymnasium on Friday morning next, tlio 23vd March, Volunteers will liavo to fulfil the following con...

TRANSVALL WAR Occupation of Bloemfontein. LONDON, MARCH 15, Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

Occupation of Bloemfontein. LONDON, MARCH 16, Niglit. General Huberts telegraphed on Tues day that hu had taken possession of Bioemfoiitein. Ho wis met '2 milea from tho town by tlio Mayor and otliur officials, who presented him with the koys of nil tho public.offices. Tho enemy having with drawn from the neighbourhood everything is now quiet. ? The. inhabitants gavo tho troops a cordial welcome. Lord Roberts receiving, an ovation as hs visited tho public build ings foljowod by nn oxoited orowd waving tho British flag, and singing the National Anthem. Tljo Press correspondents state, that Gijmwal' -[threatened to-, bombard the city,' unless tnoy surrendered, and' the white flag was Jjrijsted on Tuesday morn ing. :? The Queen was overjoyed at tho news, and thore wero great rejoicings at Windsor, the Capo, and othor colonies. General Gourko, in a despatch, to the Czar, states that he is perfectly amazed at tho .energy and endurance of the Bri tish Infantry. President Steyr. is aj; Kro...

Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

Quarter Sessions. THE abovo Sessions was held <m Friday last, before His Honor Judge Hejdon, Q C. Mr. 11. J. Browning (Crown Pro-, seeutor) and Mr. 0. W. Readett, Solicitor, ropreaont ed the legal profession. Mr. M. H. Fif/.hardinge, Deputy-Sheriff, and Messrs. I. Whereat and W. Ueid, J.J.P., also occupied Beats on.'tho Bench. ,In tho abseuce of Mr. M'Dougall, 'Mr. J. L. King acted an Deputy Clerk of the' Peace. » . ? ?:??? BltEAXlM) AND EnTEHI.NO. r' . _WiIliaih JamosCorcoran,' a lad of 10 years, appeared in custody ch irgod with I breaking and entering tho -premises 'of Edward Rosser Davies on the night of the I i'Bth October, and stealing therein a' quantity of household furnituro.. Tho accused, who was defended by Mr, C. W. Roadott, pleaded not guil'y, Tho following jury wore ompanolled :~ Mesirs. T. Miller, (foruman), T; Boston; L. Kraho, junr., J. Chambors, R; 0. M'Alister, W. Kilmistor, J. M'Kerihan, W. Mulherin, J. Cliick^T. Kilmiater. J'. England, H.« Donnelly, s...

SUNNYSIDE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

SUNNYSIDE UNION. THE monthly meeting of thb'union was held, at Mr. Corrin's on the 13th instant, [wlion thuro was a fair attendance. The minutes of the previbus meeting were read and adopted. Corrbspondonco was read from Messrs. -J. Ireland,. Newcastle, and F. ?Lassetter and Co., Sydney. Both lotters were recci.yed. A discussion ensued over the Union's late exhibit, a hearty vote of thinks was tendered to the coramitteo, the lftdios. nitidoihor persons who kindly assisted. ' jyir. Chick . stated thiit some members of.Leech's Uully union had in: iinated ' to him ~ that '.it "wits'. open to members of this Union.to t-iko shares in a- thatching machine, which they, were about. tp ^purchase.; . Mr. Crisp said lie didn't think that.i>i tliatcher was wanted by Uns Urjiou. . ;Jf it wos, fclmp they wore able topurchase one for themselves The subject then dropped;-, The - seeretaiy handed to the meeting,a copy of tho ;re-. appraisement Bill, winch ho hud- received, from Air. G. A. Lee, ?M...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

Post Office Time Table. "UMI.3 CU)5F. FOlt . Wi sons .Uoviifal). »:im hoono"' :Tiof»noo. . I ucs.da \\-iitd 1»n-l:>v.: fl 30 p.ni %»hicv» Oloni lnni's Now.-astle, (j'Loyp^m.ii^bitoiu'.luys ?f oxcep 1 I. ivu -if i i lx t j I Sund ij t b 12 * noon lene f 1JOp m rimlvjri'.t.vfintl ;bb'Mnl»rooK-luo8<l'ty:nniV ' > 4 lvnday. a.t.fl;rtO p;m: 'r Lcavo .A\ cIKCS -.vdny and Saturday-at tra^n.u: i- .?.. Drake: 'Sandy .HiU; -unA.-.Koasiiorvillo^-: f. iK .^Biiily at 12 nooni.'Lnavo.nt.-lS'SOp.m^ < Kouehuw-Monday ancly Friday.:, at* 9 30. pm I^ino laesdiy and Svturdu\ at o n m <*«. *, HryunfaGnp-Tuesday ana-Friday at 11145; ..WaUiu){;nrravaTHlvrQ«eonslnntV;^iMly.v at. ^lOoOntn (Sunday rxrpntcd )^ - ^ MUT8 ^im\n iuou' ^Sydnoy;?' 'Glen- Tnucs.^^A.rimdalpj-j.v.Wcat ?.v .-....aiaitlan<li>anrl-. Newcnstle-D:uly(ex-! cept Snudajs) at 11 50 a iv rBoonoo I3oonoo,:aurV Wilsonis .Downfall ?r.i: '^Thursday and Suiiday. nt 5*30.p nur ^ .Dralio; and ?»Sandy...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FltA.CHANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tho most cfl'octlve preparation . for i iddlng; tho mouth of tbo ,k .aroma cif:tobacco, and leaving oploasanttasto. Sold in 11, (ki., 2i, C<i., and M6. 7«. (M. boltfe* (Engluh ralta), at Chaniitt ami Slora. F. 0. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. t 72 Qold <Si SUver Medals and Diploma*. J. F. Th©m&s, Solicitor, Arbitrate^, &c, ~ Bottso-atroot, - Toatorfloia. ^, » COMMISSION! R for ArfpAVIlb fol. N & \\ ales, Quconaland, and .ntatuo of the Norn.clP Union Fire ln'tiraiii.e Society, Mill thoi &.1 Mi ""1 Lifo Assouitlon'ofAus ti'iibsin, Lim ill >>i.(5 Trust MoJioy to Lond on Approvod i Soeurlty l~ i i\ P7ABBOTT, " Solicitor, ~__Glen jnnes - rvmL MSI I lLNfLRriELl) ami VY at in 1 CourL when required t ' ' Vfu "* ! Q. Wood Readett; Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, <XC j f*. 7 ^ ^ TTAS criii mcuueil PrimUm ' in Ten'ot. l'llii-lil i u&a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

ft". LASSETWsT'jj -DRAPERY TRADE= it SO SUCCESSFUL. jj ; , III NEW BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN ERECTED |||j|| / III To Cope with the Rush of Business. ' ||| . -DRAPERY "AND CLOTHING I h ,'l IN ALL BRANCHES. ) 1 I Everything New ! t . ' Everything- Good ! ' I . I . Everything Cheap! LAS&ET^Etr^BK I SEND -ALL.. DRAPERY ? !|| . A ' ' CARRIAGE PAID, III " . |l Per Rail, Steam, or Parcel Post, to any part oi N. S.AVates.' 11| 3 . F. LASSETTER & CO., - I I ;; ° UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, , ;||; GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. ,j| MeairB. T. C. AVillian"! Ce., of Richmond, Virginia,. U.S A., lmvo prepalod for this market a High Grade Dark Tobacco tinder (ho' brand of " Wealth, of Nations." 'Jho knowledge which the manufacturers have gained in supplying . the favorite brands of Welcome Nugget, Victory, and Diadein, enables tliern to confidently recommend " Wealth of Nations " TO ALL SMOKERS OF DARK TOBACCO. OBTAINABLE OP ALL LEADING TOBACCONISTS AND STORES. . BE NOT DECEIVEDTfT" ' DOG'S HEAD ALE A...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 March 1900

\ Railway Tme Table i Th6 mail traiu for Sydney loaves 3'oniit^ Ik'Id at ' 7'lO p.m. diiil)'.' Sivtrrf.f?a'Tey-j:i oepted; -nnd ? tov ?:Brisbane H.' daily, Sundays erupted. . ." ? ???> The Goods Train leaves /IenterfleH-foi: Sydney overy Tuesday, Thursday, unci, aturduy moi-mugs. nt-'Ga.in.yaml^ar-u ivoa from = Sydney^ every? Monday,;' Wod-' acaduy, and [''rid:iy : ovouinp;n a!4'4j p.en. ? - The fuvos between SydneyMintl Tenter field, and Tuiteiflold - and 'Briabanpare aa: follow.- I Tei.teiifikld to Sxrorsr. 1st (last, Single ... I...X4 X 0 :. 2nd L'Iiim, Single < 2 *ip 0 i Keturi Tickets; avniialjlc for Two Months. - , . ' ; 1st Clas" .. '. .£5 12' G '! 2nd Clai i .. . ...-' 3'10 0, :. WAM ASOABHA ;;0 ..BlIISDANE..;,/: ? 1st Clas i, Single JUU9,,..7,. 2nd Clou, Single lafc Clasu. Return ... v.;.'??? 2 -10 2nd Class, liel urn 7..'. 1,18;'2',"

RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

RELIEF . OF KIMBERLEY.; I MODDER RIVER. Monday Fob 19. Altogether the rapid march of Major Genernl French's division win marked by a number of conflicts, his entry into Kim berley was unopposed. When the'British wore still eight miles off, the signalling corps intercepted a heliograph messago from the beleaguered garrison to the Moddor River, Baying, "Boers shelling town." The advance column replied, "This is Fronch, coming to relieve Kim-' ?berley." The Giirrison was incredulous, - thinking thnt the messngo wns a Boer ruse, - and flushed tho query, " What regiment : aro you ?" Tho reply satisfied the de fenders ,o£_Ki.mberloy, who anxiously awaited the succour which was at hand. A. TOUCHING RECEPTION. " A few hours Inter Mnjnr-General French atthe head of his column, mndo a triump hal entry into tho place, thd" people sur rounding the troops and intermingling with them, ohcoring wildly, and graspiiig theisoldiers' hands, and waving flags,"hats, and handkerchiefs, while exhibiting i...

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