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

Brief Mention. : Sltoht. frost Wednesday night DOWNPOUR mill badly needed LOCAL military horoos at Bloemfontoin: Mil. I.-Wubkeat announces a monster furiiituro salo fur tlio 4th April A CENSUS is - to ,bo taken throughout, tlio British Empiro on March dlstvlflOl. ^OOTI-ATH in Manner-street near post Ofiioo being concreted. Not before it was needed. ... Sl'LRNMO rains lmve falloti^ovor tlio Western and ltiverina districts. Iu some parts tlio best, sinco 1894. ?> Tn« price of ammunition to volunteers has boon reduced 60 per cent; ..rv , ;. ,. OWING to tho funiino prevailing in Iiidiuv nearly , 5,000,000 of tlio inhabitants are now being fed by tlio Government..? , , ? Mksskb. Foster and Luis iinnounou a reduction in tho price of timber from tlio 1st proximo. ^ 24 uebidbntb in tlio vicinity of Walla'n-, ^arra liiivo lmnded in their namoH ns mom-.: bors of the Mountod Infantry Ciirps.to-be started'iu St«i)t!>i>r|ie. . < » . RUMORS uf a big carnival being organised: s...

AUSTRALASIAN FEDERATION. The Objectionable Clause. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

| AUSTRALASIAN - FEDERATION: The >Objeotlonable Clause. LONDON, March 20. WITH regard tcs the Australian. Comnibri iydaltli Bill, it ia stated that the Crown hi\y officers objeot chiofly to clnuse 74 on the,ground that .it impairsV tho Quoeil's . prerogative and destroys the uniformity of tliti appellate jurisdiction. If a similar procedure were desired in l be Dominion ?of^Canada,. the proposal would most likely be accepted. The other objections.to tho bill ire less firmly insisted upon. : [Clause 74 of the bill, as above referred .to;f.provides Ihat '. No appeal shall be permitted to the Queen-in-Council on any matter involving tlio interpretation of this Constitution, or of the Constitution ?of a-Stnto, ^unless the public 'interests ; of eoniii part of her Majesty's dominions, other than tho Commonwcult h,v. or a fatale. are ?'involved,'"}-.:

The Latest. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

. *172a.e TT irftsst. ?. [BY TEI.KCRAWI.] . ' ' . . : ? SYDNEY, THURSDAY. OWING to .tho rush for inoculation, tho Board of: Health's premises . have been; found too small for operations'; and they has been transferred to the old" Exhibi tion Building at Redforn.. _ s .^Ttieitottthijumfior of '-porfcnstfnooula? tod lias reached over 3000. , ^cyinopnt wUenton 'succumbed to tlio plague, last'night. . ? - \5-i'hb'Premier has received a cable from the'OVicorny of India agrcoing to send .'one' Plaguo JSxpert to this colopy. The Vjceroy suggests that Dr. Hornabrook, now in Natal, who lias had: considerable plaguo experience in Bombay, should bo asked." . ? ? :'TliuT. whole of tho waters in Port Jackson have been closcd against Bshing. Melbourne lias declared Sydney and Adelaide infected ports. THURSDAY Night. The Proraier's contemplated action of isolating and oven destroying wharves and buildings in tho vicinity. of the plague aroa is mooting with the: general'1 approval tif-ull oliissbs ...

The Butonic Plague. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

The Bubonic Plague. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. Another suspicious . case of plaguo IIBB boon reported in Kont-Slroet,tho patient liaing a married wo.nan named Moore. All the inmates of tlio house hive been quarantined. It was repnrfcud yestornight tliat h case of plague was discovered. at Randwick. An outbreak of plague has occurred in Adelaide. Five deaths have resulted so far ill the hospital. The authorities kept the matter quiet, but tho medical men outside tho hospital are sceptical, as no authenticated case i f thodisoase has been discovered any where else in the city. . . . LATER. A man named John Pcddington resid ing in Margarot-Streot was found to bo suffering from (no plague. ' Tho patient together with eight other inmates was' re moved to Quarantine Station. > Seven hundred persons were inoculated in Sydney, to-day. Tho plaguo patient at Randwick is Vincont Heaton, being the only one of a: family who was not inoculated, f Beaton was engaged in .a largo produce; buainess in Suhae...

TENTERFIELD MOUNTED RIFLES AT BLOEMFONTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

TENTBRFIELD MOUNTED BIFLES AT BLOEMFONTEIN. A CAriLt: was l'oeoivod yesterday. from Lieutenant C A. Lee from tlio capital of tlio Or.mpo Freo State reporting all well. Our boys linvo evidently been in the thick of tlio fighting at Osfontoin and Diiefon toin, and with Lord Roberts on Ilia momonvblo triumphal inarch into Bloem fnntein. It has been no picnic for our gallant townsmen, and wo feel proud they are occupying so prominent and useful a position. Tentorlield can hold her own on the Cricket, Show, or Battle Gelds.

ART UNION DRAWING. Principal Prize goes to Tenterfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

ART UNION DRAWING. Principal Prize goes to. Tentorfiold. THE drawing in connection with, tlio Art Union in aid of the Tenteifield. Roman Ciitholip Oliurch took placo in V tlio. Con vent school room on Wednesday oybning last,1 in the presonoe of.several, representa tive -.'townspeople, tho representatives of the press, and a largo liumbor of ticket holders; .Aldermen E..H. Juergcna and Mi-Kelly supervised the drawing wliilb' tlio humlfers of the prizes and the tickets wore drawn respectively" by .Miss K. Keogh and; Master T." Clarke. The num ber of tickots sold were 2000,- realising the respectable sum of £65. Tho prin cipal prisje, comprising a Lady's Gold Watch, the gift of Bishop, Torregiani, went to Miss Annie Wright of Tenteifield. No.-2 priz9, a £10 note, went to Rev'. F. Bailey, ;of.Staiitliorpe ; No. 3, Half Dozen Drawing Room jChairB, Master R. Wait ; No. 4, Cedar Sideboard, R. Clavorio ; No. 6; Gentleman's Gold Albert, T. Tubman,' Drake.; No. -(!, telescope, H, Goyer j No. ...

DON'T NEGLECT A common case of piles. It may load to serious results. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

DON'T NEGLECT A common cose of piles. It may load to 'aonnuBieaults. . When people generally understand that all fiueh fatal diseases as fistula, ulcer of tli'e rectum, fissure, etc., almost invariably begin in a simple-'case of , piles they will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treat ment for the first appearance of trouble in that quartor. Dean's Ointment will cer tainly euro every form of piles,-itching, bleeding, , protruding or blind piles,-and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap but effective remedy right from the start because at such times a single pot will effect a cure while in tho old deep-seated, chronic cases several pots nro noceesary before a cure is effected. Here is a case in point Mr. G. B. Clark,, Painter, Taylor St., Glen Inncs, sayB:-''For twelvo years or more I have suffered" from itching piles, and tho only remedy I can get to relieve 9 them is Doan's Ointment. I have sufferod great torturo with that dreadful complaint I apdllmvein consequen...

OUR GOAL. Where all the British Generals will meet. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

OUR GOAL. Where all the British Generals wjjl meet. By rending 3own tho displayed loiters, in the names of the following British Gene rals the ono goal to which their opera? tions tend timy 'bo perceived. - When- they.' reach there, which, judging hy present appearances, should not he far distant, tho Generals-mentioned may ho relied upon to celebrate the happy-event,-mill the British flag .flyngqirqudly from, the citadel of thoplafco. mentioned:- " .. Baden-F owell . F B onoh Bull £ r Ifi T chondr . B :. ? O berts ? . Wa . K ren Wh I to Macdon A Id

Drill in Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

Drill in Public Softools. . MB. LYNE inado tlio announcement at Hay the other day that the pupils in the Public Schools would be all taught tho rudiments at least of military drill. Mr. Perry, the Minister for Public Instruc tion, has now mado inqnirio, and finds that last year the number of public school pupils examined in drill w/»s 154,486, while fully 10,000 of the boys hav5 been instructed as required by the standard' of proficiency. This standard' covers tho , whole of the company drill, parts 1 and 2 \of the Imperial Infantry drill for 1896; : and the book containing this standard is uow in the hands of every public school teacher in the colony. At the training school* the pupils, from whoso ranks will be drawn the future teachers of the colony, are all taught military drill, while tho male students receivc instruction in rifle shooting as well. The lady students are all taught the physical drill. Mr, Perry also aays that he wishes to obtain a riflo for the use of cadets whic...

MILITARY. Visit of Major Carey. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 23 March 1900

MILITARY. ' Visit of Major Carey.. ... Aa announced in last issuo, Major Carey, one of the members of the cnm'{nit£og' pointcd by; the Govprnnicnt to pass the members of tho Imperial contingent of Bushmen,' will be in attendance at tho Court House from 10 'o'clock this morn ing for tho purposo of passing intending candidates provisionally fur the above mentioned contingent. Ar mentioned in n circular issued by Mr. W. F. Everett, .Officer-Commanding tho Tenterfiold Half Company of Mounted Rifles, applicants must be good riders and good shots, and must not l>o imdor Oft Gin in height, nor less than 34 inches in measurement round tho chest. Major 'Carey, i1 who- arrived yesterday, is accompanied by Dr. G. Lano Mullins, the Senior Medical Officer at Kensington Camp, who will examine nil applicants in addition to Dr. Froyer, who has been appointed for that purpose, thereby avoiding on this occasion appli cants proceeding to' Sydney for medical examination, with tho possibility of re j...

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

yy<A'^ Kr^*.£y**jr y*s look'well. your'0LITOR should perform its functions properly ? . ? .v . 2-"«S1- Feel well of the body should work in harmony . . ? . Be well - * E - world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's Schnapps LOOK WELL | FEEL WELL AND BE WELL. Il isv\niKi;rjm.ssc<!as h specrficfor,I^ , vAilnKMils^is'a^siim digestion,'', it ilbiies' thi; 'stoniacli aml1; .invigorates* the bowels?and: kidneys;; Ask fcr WOLFE'S rtho^Kcalv , Orislnal Schnapps, .;' . 'V/1. >Vy\ v y BOLIVIA HOTEL. William Rea^ng| i ; HAS RE-OPBNBD the Olil and 'Well ; known BOLIVIA HOTEI,,>ncl w 11 be glad to wcleamc the localand travelling public. \ Only tho Boat Brands of. WiiicsSpirits. I>«Bt i'f Accoininociationy 'ijiooil Pftddocka. Horeesbrokeni\-in". t<v.Saddl^ Groom in attendance. " , - ' 1 . ?. ? ^ ? - Proprietor. .. Washington H.Soal &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, 100 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. , ? . *IieLargest, Most "\arfed S...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Look well your'°IJVER j should perform i its functions properly . . . . . SftSS Feel well of the body . , . . \ should work In harmony . . Be well I«wa' Z | world's Medicinal i. Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps, BY DRINKING Wolfe's LOOK WELL & FEEL WELL * AND BE WELL. .; It is unsurpassed tis a specific for Liver . Ailments-is n stimulant that aids digestion, it;tones the stomach and lArigoratcs the bowels and kidneys. Ask for WOLFE'S tho Real Original 8chr»appa. a\r>* v j*..> .v s,*4VT XAV>! BOLIVIA HOTEL. William Reading AS RE-OPENED the* Old and Well . . known BOLIVIA HOTEL, and w It be glad to wclcnmo tho local and travelling public. Only the Best Brands of Wines '& Spirits. .-Best of Accommodation. Gwd Paddocks, Horses broken in to Saddle sod Harness.' Groom in attcndaucc. j W. HEADING. ' : Proprietor. WasMiigtonH.Sonl&Co. Great Drug Emporiums, 160 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. ' The Largest, Most >aried Stock of Patent Med dnes, Chemist*' and DiugglsU...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Lost. LOST on Saturday lust, n GOLD HORSE-SHOE PIN, act ill Pearls. Rawnrd on delivery to--.- v . , ' S. U. DOWB, "... * Bank N. 8. WaloB, -'J'euterfiold. ? Tenders/ TiJ. DEBS wanted o immediately;.for . CARTING MACHINERYcv'fi-om White Bock Mino, Drake,\to Tenterfiold Railway Station.' 'Particulars vfrom 7 ITn aersicnod. NoTendor.necoBaariJy.ac cepted * », , Tnos WARD,, ' T I Carotakor.i'Whito fEock fMineii; /.,'.' Drake Tenders. ripENI?ERS . required: ? for ; SINKING\ ?;a? i.^rSHAFriin Spcciinon Gully, B~<onoo Booaoo, a depthof 50;foet;For;pftrticu lata upply , to:-;JOHN WILSON;;-Boonoo Booaoo, or V v E STEVENSON, Tontcrfield. TENTERPIEXiD I.P.A. & I. SOCIETY. ij- i PAYMENT OF PRIZES. fTIHE PRIZES won utllitvluta Show will :.JL? rbc paid ovorafc tho S.Iiool of Arts on Saturday Next AT 2 30 P M." V \\. HOSKIN, " Sccrctniv. MR. J. M. WILSON, Resident Dentist, AU3ISTKD BV Mr. G. B. Sowerby, Surgeon Dentist, lute of London, England RUSDEN-STREET, ARMIDAfcE, . Premise...

CHARGE OF MURDER. A Woman Condemned Painful Scenes in the Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

CHARGE OP MURDER. J A Woman Condomned' , r : Painful Scenes intho Court. .. THE trinl "of Isabella ? Elizabeth Downoy on a chargoof murdering a young woman named tlllen'Butler by an1 illegal opera tion, "was -finished at tho Melbourne Criminal Court on Thursday. Tho accused totally denied the allegation. Tho jury, after less than two hours' retirement, brought in a verdict of guilty. Then fol lowed a pitiablo scono. Piteous cries from several females, _ something' between shrieks and moans'filled tho Court. Tho prisoner drow a deep breath, and then fell fainting into the dock seat. Her head struck Jho railings as she did so. A daughter of the prisoner subbed bitterly. Rising to get a(last look at her unfortu nate mothorjprovedjtoo much for her over wrought nerves. She shrieked hysteric ally, and fell in a dead faint ou tho floor of tho Court.- ' . ? * Soon aftor, the prisoner, by a great oflort, pulled horsolf together, und lean ing heavily against-the front of tho dock, said, "lam ...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

\ LATEST COMMERCIAL, ( SYDNEY, MONDAY NIANT..' v- .Wheat-, 2s Od . " ..... Flour, L6 5s to L6 10s ' Chickwhcnt, 2s 3d to 2s 6d ; ; . Chaff, L210s to L315s - . : ????i Potatoes L2 to JJ3 103<''!\ -? Maize, 2s Od to 2a 9d' , Oats, 2s Gd to 2s 8d * Lucerne, L2 5s to L2 15s . ../. Butter, orcaitiory, 8id ; factory, 7£d to « 8$; dairy, 6J to 7d.

AGEICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

AGEICULTURAL SOCIETY. ."AMEETING of tho committooof the above was held on Saturday last, when there, wero present: Messrs. J. H. Ueid (chair) Ileadott, Wilkio, Donoghue, Kuakey, J H. Sommorlad,-W. Ileid, lientlu$>, E. W. Whereat, I. Whereat, Rnpcr, aud Aubrey. - f : Tho.' minules of tho provious! meeting .wore read and-confirmed. COMIESI'ONIIENOE. - (l) Froui Cronipton and Co., electrical Vi'cngineors, Sydney, with reference to / lighting at the recent Show, stating thoy ? were unable.to sond in their account, as ! they wore unaware whether tho Society ^'intended keeping the lire lamps used. The matter was loft in llio hands of tho Vice President, with tho view of having the lamps referred to packed and returned. (2) From Secretary Hunter Ilivor Society, forwarding Bclicdule of prizes of Maitland Show at llic instauco of Mr. M'Dougall for tho information of farmers. A letter was also rend from Mr. W. H. AValker requesting Mr. J. H. ileid to en deavor to get tho fanners to units a...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MARCH 27. The Late Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

"THE: XENTERFiEl L) ' |uterral0uhil Cornier 'AND 1 Fairfield. & JVallangarra Advooate TUESDAY, MARCH 27.' The Late Show. , THE rending of a rough statement of the ' transactions of the year connected with the Society at last Saturday's meeting by the Treasurer, afforded ample proof that . there was no fallinir off in rhe support ao-. . corded by the public. Tho profit from the Show amounted to some L70, ljoing about tho same as tho previous year. When the subsidy comes to hand the actual profit will bo JL240 odd, nnd after paying for all improvements, tho. Treas urer hopes to liavo something to sparo to reduce tho overdraft, which now stands at L300 odd.' This shows that the iflaira of the Society are in a very prosperous condition, and with a continuance of good management, a few years should soo tho whole of tho existing liabilities wiped out. When this happy statu of afluira is reached, tliore are numerous improve ments to bo taken in hand that will add much to tho attrac...

NEW TICK REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

- NEW TICK JJEGULATIONS; j THE Govorhmenb Gnzytto of '20th instant contains, the 'ndw'-tjck rc^ulations-to tako eftect otv nncl uftcr "tluvt cVvt c. Oltvuso .18; which wo reproduce holo.w* will bo found a" very gront concession to proplo living on fcho ^border, who h?»yo hfthorto' saflared a good, deal oMncunvunietico in crossing From 0110 colony to the other. TI13 clauso referred to roads as follow# ;"i.lS, The inhahU»vn*B i.ftownvof districts in this Colony onn Q.uoenshHid o 1 cither'side of the bolder of tho t svo CoIt nicB, who ure now in the conduct ofUn'Ir luioinrss in the .halnt of crosmi g mid vrcrossiug thuir horses 'over the boi d^r, at a' proclaimed crossing placOj-inuy cross untV. reiii ess-.,their horats over the :border for a period of: sixi.days^ without inspection and dipping or smearing," .ou the following conditions , U ) Tho horses 111 ast bo horses in actual .work.. . L (2.) Tho liorsca Mmll be inspected and . found free from'infection.' ;;(3.) _Tho.horp;s must h...

Siege of Mafeking. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Siege of Mafeking. Hope sprung high in the breists of tlio people on Saturday morning, when tho .news \vn8 issued fi'c.m this otDce that an unofficial message hud boon received, by. . tho War Ofhce, to the effect, that Mafeking: had been relieved. Unfortunately, tha message received on Sunday night: con veyed the unwelcome intelligence that the siege still exists, and the brave little band of defenders can hold out for an other three, weeks. Of. Colonel Bad oil ? Powell's defence it is impossible to speak v,too highly. He and lus gallant men have read such a lesson to tho Transvaalers that never ngam will tlicy impugn the courage and capacity of British soldiers. Even if Mafeking were obliged to surrender tho ; lessen would remain. Month after month the enemy has been foiled in his attacks and smitten heavily in return. Tliero has never been a moment's weakness, and the garrison lins shown a resource 111 de fence and a fertility in oflenco which hivvo simply amazed tlio Empire. This...

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY NXGIIT.;1 y ;; Tin ore is quoted ut 21a per unit. ? The Govenor has .conceited '.aUtpresent^ ongagoiueuts owing to; the deutli-ofhifi r brother. ' ? John Do ;V. Lamb, a well-known told a Sydney. Merpljaut,. dtedyosterday.-;: *:??&/>£.& The Hon; H. Copeland;?the;now Agent-« Gijnoinl, li'avos for London on April 3rd. LONDON Sunday. The Honso of-Commons.-has negatived/v tlio proposal -to establish' * n . Catliolio » Uni\ ersity 1)1 Iroland The-. Australian: Federal delegates havo . preparo l a strong memorandum- for sub- , mission to tlio British Cabinet, with re gard to tha . Commonwealth Bill, winch they claim si,ould.be passed intact..1- : : , All souiety waH gathered togotherat Hurdorn-See wedding the other day ut lUmlwick. The gnosis included (ho Governorand; about half a dozen knights of various.de gree. from 6>ir George Dibbs to fairWilli*, am Patrick Manning who isn't the new Agent-Uonoriil, and including the; father of the linoe, who is at ...

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