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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

. Lost. LOST TWO bay MARES, one witn twoliind fret white, bolh branded C over L, near shoulder* A reward, of 10« cocb «ill lie P»M on delivery to C. Leis or ^ J; H. COLLINS, V Tenterficld. Church of England. A SALE OP WORK will be I.eid (o f \ . pay off remaining dcht en above Uhiircli during "the MONTlf of* SEP I'EMBER. Fn'l particulars later. 0. W. BENTLEY, Hon. .Sec, School Inspector's Office Glen Innep, 201)i Mniuli lflOO. T1J5NDBR8 n ill bo recoived by Hie unlnr siguecl up to 2nd. .A|iril proximo for I he PURCHASE and REMOVAL of the 01,C SCHOOL-BUILDING ' at BOLIVIA. For conditions refer to Tencher. ' . W. BE A VIS, . Intpector of SuIIOOIB./. Tenders, rfl-lENDERS are invile.l for thn EREC X TION of a MASONIC HALL, brick liui'iling. Plan and speciiication.Ui be teen on application to Mr. J. Wii.I.IASIH, Mun norsstreet. Tentorfiold. Ti-ndern will be received up to noon- on SATURDAY, 7th April, 1900, endorsed *' Tender for Masonic H ill," and addressed to tlie 'Undersigned. The lo...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. STEYN'S REPLY ASCRIBED TO KRUGER. THE PRESS COMMENTS. GENERAL PLUMER HAMPERED. LONDON, MARCH 22, Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

STEVE'S REPLY. ASCRIBED TO 1 KRUUER. . " ~ THE PRESS COMMENTS. GENERAL PLUMER HAMPERED. IONDON, MARCH 22, Morning. . PRESIDENT STP.VN'S nccusntnry reply., to Lord Roberta' charges regarding the Boor's abuse of tlio white flag is.ascribed to Pre sldent-Kruger. Tho British papers stigmatiso it nn ap palling effrontery, completing President ICruger's undoing. And the Berlin pnpora advocate resistance to Boer immigration to1. Damottland, predicting tlmt trouble will eiiRUO there. : . General Plumer ishamperod in his ad-: vaUco' on Mafeking by 3. train loads of supplies. ..

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

LONDON, Jl'irch 19. Despite fighling 1ms taken placo fit Slafoking, the Boers being driven back t'i their main "'iines. Baden-Powell re ported hopefully on fclio 13th instant, on which date General Plmner was 15 mileH nortlmf the town. 800 Free Sialera have surrendered a? . i l',l,rK- Thousand* of rebels'in-tho Orange- River district havo also surren dered. The women, children, and ^British officurH at .Br'-'toria'havo boeu'.romoved 'to underground quarters in the outskirts of tliecuy. ? rh° invading Tmnsvflftlers.liiiyo quitted laungs and Vryburg, tho rebels declining' . to.accompany thom. . ' ' 'lofd Roburts is releasing", tho Boers who surrendered on parole,, thereby in aucmgmauy others to submit to tlieBri ? tiali cavalry at Tliaba Ngatu.. «* The erratic shelling from the locally' made gun at Mafekiug bewildered tho enemy. General Methuon reached Warrenton on Friday, thus preventing ilie Boiirs con centrating at Fourteen Springs.- Mo tnuen also controls tho point across the Vaal...

THE BALMAIN DISASTER [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

THIS BALMAIN DISASTER : Tho inquest on the bodies of tlio victims of the Bulmniii colliery diaas let- was con cluded to-diiy tlio jury returning a verdict of accidental death. THE BUSHMEN'S CORPS. have beon lucky enough to liavo proaontcd to thorn n supply of n preparation known us Collyrium. This is a lotion which ex perience has proved to bo moat successful in tlio treatment of Opthalmia or Austra lian blight, and it is iu universal ugn in South and Westorn Australia, where tho locul conditions in tho country districts its regards, dust, boat and flies, nvo very similar. to those existing in South Africa. This valuable preparation is a concentrated eye lotion, and a few drops of it added to luke warm water gives it immediate re lief in. tlio most surious cases, und by daily increasing its s'roiigtli rapid euro of the most virulent optlmlmia or other affeo-: tions of the oyu is assured. It is obtain able from all chemists and storekeepers. Price ono shilling poi bottle. J?. H. FauM...

Religious Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

Eeligious Memoranda. ' V-' FOa 8USUAY, NEXT, MARCH 25. CnriRcuop EROLAXD.-Tenterfleld 7.30 a.w.. (n c)U'| a.m.,and8 p.m.; by Rev. II. O.Smith WRRI*KYAN>. OrinRUfi.-Tenfcrfleltl. ll a.m. and 7"ISO . 'p-n^. Rev. B-lAnc. The Scrub at 3. . .-I PuKSBVTKnMK.-.OirifRcn.-'TenterHeld 11. a;m. and I .7.80 p.m. by the Ittw DNI-Maoky....... . < ,. v i DRAKE SERVICES, Cmmcir OP tsoLAND.-11 o.ra. and~7'30 p.m.' By Mr. Cecil. . ; '. . , WULZYAK CHURCH.-7*30 p.m. By Mr, Morton. - BOMAK CATHOLIC CIIUHCH.-Moss at 8.S0a.m. and 11 , .a.m. Benediction at 7.30 by tho Bev, Father Corcoran...

A FATAL ALTERCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

" A FATAL ALTERCATION. . Two elderly inmates of the Linarunol Asylum Imd an nltorculion ycKtorUny. wlion one struck the oilier on tlio head with a stick, death being instantaneous*

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

.LATEST COMMERCIAL,: .SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. Wlicufc, 2aDd Flour, L6 5s to L6 10a Ohicltwhcnt, 2s 3d.to 2s 5d Chuff, L210s to Ij3>168 /. '';?? jPotntous L2 ? 'to*L3 10s ???:. . .Muizu,-2s 6d tOt2s!. 9d j . Outs,-2b Cd to 2s 8d , : Lucorno, L2 5s to L2,16s d ? .Buttur, cronmoryj 8Ad ; factory, to I 84; dsiiry, Ci to 7d. .- ^ - . I

WELCOME RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

. , WELCOME RAINFALL. . . : : ,A-splendid viiinfull took plnco yestor dny throughout almost tho whole of tho colony, extfopt in-tho north-eastern nnd .nnrth-wwtoru districts. Lnnd owners nro in grout juliilution in the Iiivurinn districts.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, MARCH 23. The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

THE. TENTERFiEl I) /: Jnterr0(0inal Caiuwr V '?.??? AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate .FRIDAY, MARCH 23. The "War. IT. is ovident that the lamentable war in South Africa ib fast drawing to. a .close, with all tho contumely of u cruiihinj; de feat heaped upon the people who havoj provoked it. None hub thosej '. who viewed the outbreak with the jaundiced^ eye of jealousy ever smtioipated any. other,, result, and;\a8 a mutloroffiict, Britishers: iiro surprisedtlnifc -,'tlio' Boeia'.hiiyo'iiot; 'niadc u butter duViiig'thoIntter. ,Btagos thuii thoir tiicticfj 'of tlui. past few.1 ^week's. have revealed. Ill theeurlier .niovemuiits of., ouV canipniyn our" troops' . suffered*) hrougli; | ijir siijicrior scouti.ng'of j ; the :I3oer8,'and;it;wiisu(>tuntirihe leaders! found tUiit/in tlie c.61(jiii»l tro(ips tliey lmd in'eii jirjuiirin this respect' to^ the enemy,.. <that thi'y",beijan t<i niako letter; ground'' by ;fighting - Uie Boers _ with their Vowu wea...

SUNNYSIDE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

SUNNYSIDE UNION. THE UBiially weekly, meeting of th'o'nbove was hold Inst week, when there was a good attendance pcesent, Mr. Goodriatinccupy ing the .chair. The minutes of the previous -mooting having been read arid confirmed, letters .were read and received from the Farmer's-and Settler's Co-operation As sociation re enquiry as to bags, the Lands Department.- arid Agricultural Depart ment;11- An account for 2s 6d, oxponstSjiiil connection .with Farmers Union ExhiliitJ was passed; for payment. A satisfactory report was presented by the sub-commit-. ;teo appointed . to inspect the, working of tho thatch making machine,-and a propo sal foivinttnding-shareholders to send 111 their liainrs accompanied'hy LI by Mon day was curried. . A suh-cuiiinutteo, con-.? mating of ilossrs.Mansheld; Milk'r,""\Yoir<(: Telford, . . and bouuuei-lad wna- appointed to draft aiode rules for the' hotter guid ance of. the IJniim. Subscriptions;, to' the amount of£l 10s Cd wore handed/in :by>; ...

ARMIDALE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

AKMIDALE SHOW; GLORIOUS wentlm fivorcd tlio opening of' tho iiboro Show on Tuesday last, tlio at - tendance being very largo. Tlio town was crowded with visitors, imil great difficulty was experienced in obtaining accommodiv- ? tion. HU Excellency Lord Beauchamp was among the visitors, in whoso honor the town was decorated with evergreens, flags, and bunting.' Practically at -noon the Governor arrived on the ground, whore ho was received by tlio Prosidorit and committee of ilia Annidale Associa tion, and presented with a beautifully ill-! uuiinated address. Lord ' Beauchamp briefly replied, and then declared the Show open. x\t the luncheon tlio- tolist of the Governor was proposed by Flis' Lordship Bishop Green, in all eloquent speech. [BY. TELEGRAPH.] AUMIDALE, THURSDAY Nioht. THEfiiinunl Show passed off most sue-, ccssfully; the attendance on the first two days being equal to any. previous'gather-. ing. The takings-at the gate on' Tuesday were £1X2, Wednesday 1-206, aiid to-day ab...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

LOCAL NEWS.' ROAOTENDKBS.-The following aro llio lowest tenders for iho undermentioned road contracts: -Contract 29/99-1900, R. Stack, £34 17s 30/904900, it. Stack, £49 7B. AGRICULTURAL, , SOUIETV.->;A: . special mooting of tho committee will be hold io morrow afternoon for tlie^ ptirposo . <if. passing the prize list and. acepunto, and transacting other important businesSv A jtood attendance is asked for. . FREE SKi.ECTroNS.-TI>e;folIowingh''cIec-; tions were taken upat'thoLaridH.OQico yesterday :-F. Shatto.^'lOO^ncris.'o.c.r., and- 100 acrcs' OiL;,'"/pitrish; iMarylaod; County Buller; Edward MichabljHannan, 320: acres o.c.i'., and OGOV.iiores c. L., parish Marsh, County Buller. . '' AMBULANCE LECTURES.-Dr.V:Freyer's ">fnil'ulance lecture at thoi High School on vj/i'iesday afternoon wiisi.well: attended, and wo understand very Interesting;-' The Dr^ intends holding tho lecturos'regularly oyory Wednesday, tho-';' selected.-'-subject for tho next being " Circulati...

Inverell Show. [BY TELEGRAPH.] INVERELL, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

- Inverell Show. , \ ' JJII[BY TELECIKAPH.] ,: INVERELL, Tuujisiiay Hi&ht. ? >'. Thb Show wiib- openod yesterday,' tlio-. wentheibeing dull, and r.lio ? atlondance. numbered lUioufc 1800. The sheep *\nd c.ittlo exhibits ure good, : but the farming ?poor;'". '..??? " ?-???. .- ... ?? . His- Excellency Lord Beauchamp nr rivod by spocml drag lust night.. A heavy dust and ram storm oceured" Just us ho cnnio Ho . was escorted into tho. town by the Mounted Kiflea, under Lieutenant W. A. Xoo. His Excellency "congrat'u latedtho men on their smart appearance, nnd addressed a crowd from the bnlcony ot tlio Imperial Hotel. Last night the Governor was entertained by Mr. Oriiickshank.'M.L.A. i ' To day was Bne and .hot. Fully 0000 persona attended tho Shony the sum of L230 bein^ taken ar. the gates. Tho Go vernor attended the luncheon, "where- he responded to tho toast ofhis health.; - Tho . final for tbo High Jump tnlces placo to-mnfrow. In the second round to day, Rattlur cleared 6f...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

Post Office. Time Table, \ MAILS CLOSR VOU Witsons .DuviufuH; nnd .Unotioo Tloonoo;J iri(l Frirlur. ht 0-30p-iii: /rSydney, Glen Innpa AnnH.lo- Moi'tlnnd, : Now '{istltj, (j U ']». III. (Sut»r»lMyg. : - : excppt-'il. " .Trtbulam, Ciniii(', Ijisidoio. andUichin'«nd « . ; Viver-iiu.y, exrapt Sunihy. at 12 , >; noowj leave at 12'30(J.rii- .' ^.Cimb'irr.i, ami Steinbrook-.Tuesd»iv and Friday, at 9 30 p.m.' Leave Wodncs dry and S;itur>biy at G a.m. Drake, Sandy Hiil," and .\HosRitprville-.: Daily at 12 noori/ Lertve ut 12 30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday- and*-Friday, at"9*30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday . at 5 a.m. " NryanVGap-^-Tuesday and Friday &t.Il*'45 a.m.. ? Wallangarra and Queensland daily at 10 30 oi.in, (Sunday,oxcenfed.) MAILS AHIUVE vnoii / Sydney* Glen Innos, Armidalc, West Maitlaud, and Newcastle-Daily (ex-1 cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. . Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilsou's Downfall Thursday aud Sunday, nt 5*30 pm.; ' Drake, and Sandy Hill-r-Daily (oxcept Saturdays) at 5*45 p...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

- -> ijii SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S iulli, * Tiaciiant I-IQUID DENTIFRICE & «OUTI!VMSH, ~"inL» J ® ,h" '"OHiti of the' , arotna t,f tob icco. and lonvinc . a Ploaonnt ta3to. " . " ( [ Bold <R Ii. id.. 2i ft,/ ?- l' OtfU raW, *&%!'" ^F- ®-^t-vtRT & CO., MANCHESTER. Ul ^ Sllrcr Mtdalt an^Diplomas. Q Solicitors; IiBGiLX.. . J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitratot, &o., Rouao-stroot, - TontorfloU. , A COMMISSIONER,for AFFIDAVITS ?-ii.' for N. S. Wales, QitccuKlittid, am] other colonion. -..???? ' 13. Local KcpreemUativo of llie Norwich :."-Union Fire Insurance Society,md the' .- National. Mi'.iuitl Lift) Assscmlion 'of Alls' : tralasia, Limited. . - . .- \ Trust Monoy to Lend on Approvod Security.. . « P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. ITriLL VISIT TENT1SRFIELR . and VV attend Court when required. . ' Xiegral. 0. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, : Conveyancer,? &c., AS commenced 'Practice' in, Toniet fioldj I'.ext door to Mr. J....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

-DRAPERYTRADE so SUCCESSFUL NEW BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN ERECTED . To Cope with the Rush of Business. ^ 1 DRAPERY AND,CLOTli.INa:; IN ALL BRANCHES. Everything New! Everything Good! Everything Cheap! , LASSETTER'S SEND ALL DRAPERY CARRIAGE PAID, Per-Rall. Steani, or Parcel Post, to any part of N.S.Wales. F. LASSETTER CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. ^1 m TO SMOKERS OF DARK TOBACCO. We have been instructed by the Manufacturjrs to supply ???:: A FREE SAMPLE of their High-grade Dark Tobacco "WEALTH OF NATIONS," with a view uf bringing its meritp under the direct notice of Smokers. .We are therefore prepared to send to any add ross in New Sonth Wales n cuke of " Wealth OF NATIONS" Tobacco on receipt of request with this advertisement enclosed, . and the name of the paper from which it is taken. S. HOETNU1TQ & Co., Ltd., Sydney, Agents for T. C. Williams Co.'s "Wealth of Nations" Dark Tobacco. . TcnterfieM " Courier." SPECIALITY SILVER WATERBURY WATCH. LOW PBICB. HIGH Q...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

Railway Time Table. The lcjjl trr.il) for Svdnny,leaves Tantnr field at 7'10 p.m. dailyi. Sntrrfrjs ex-' ioupted, and for Brisbane u..lr80 o.m. : daily, Sundays excepted. . . . . ,Tho. Goods Train leaves Tenterflelt for .Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and . aturday mornings at 0 a.m., and nr : ives from (Sydney every Monday, .Wed . oosday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. - The fares betwesn Sydney and Tentor . field, and Tfoteifield and Brisbane are an . follow: ? : ThijIebfikld to Sidnei. 1st (lasi. Single ... ... JH 10 ? 2nd Ulai i, Single ... ... 2 10 0 Betnm Tickets, available for. w. Two Months. - lstClas- ... .:. ... £o 12 6 2ndClais 3 10 .0 . " WilJiNaiKUA o Brisbane. .' .1st Clas i, Singlo ... ... .£110 7 ' Snfl CIujs, Singlo ,ti 1 .5. 5 r, - . . .. lBt Clnsii, Itetnrn ... ... -2 19 6: . 2nd UlatB, Keturn 118 2

TELEGRAMS. Terrible Colliery Disaster. FIVE MINERS SERIOUSLY INJURED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

'TELEGRiM»®^t Terrible Colliery Disaster. ' FIVE MINERS SERIOUSLY ' v INJURED. - . - ' . . : " SYDNEY-, Tuubsduv. ' ? An oxplosion of firo dump look place nfc Torbanloa colliery, nonr Maryborough, Q., when live /men w'ero . suriouiily /in jured and the Iiyoa of four are despaired of. Tho mimes of tlio victims uro Archibnld nnd John Houston (father and' sou). If.' Oricgn, Johrr-Johnson, and M:' Ghinbie. Houston hnB a wife and family of eight, and Oambio a wife <ind two children. Tluy were conveyed to tho Maryborough H«spitiil, but t.ho dootor roports tiiore is no hope for fciur of thoni. Guinbiois tho only one conscious. M i

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

Yesterday's Horn ebush Sales ; Y SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOUT. .PITT,' .So^^nd'-Bttdgeiy/roiiort a» follows to-day: ?" ; 2(i,779 sliuop Avoro pomu'il, 'the irmrkot beini/firihor. Wotliora, OH Ocl to i7s; pwos, 8s 6d to 12s 5d. . ?:1037.c&ttio \Yora iiBimcdy: vi\\uus beiiig unaltcred^beHt^heot; {niching* 22s Gd' per. lOOlbs. iiiiUucka, L4 to L9 ; :cowft, ..LS 10» l^o LG,12i. ^-HteisonilJono^ /\Ynlkor Trustees (juHock3!ovoriia<3d.L83s^

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