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

LOCAL NEWS. : ANNUAT, LEASE.-The following annual: lease- has . boon applied.- foiv.suico.s'last issue rE. v.C; iPuEcoo,1 640i acres; parish Colongon, County Bullcr. MILITARY.-The last New South; Wales Defence Foice Gazette contains tho noti fication that Mr. W. F. Everett 1ms liooiv appointed u second Lieutenant in tlio Mounted Rifles. Mr. Everott will now. lie Commanding Olhcer of tlio tnen of. the. ?local Mounted Riiles Company. .TUB WEATIIER.-Prospects for tins season are not nt nil encouraging owing to tlio long spell of dry weather. The grass is fast disappearing and tlio work of cultivation is at a standstill. llouse holders are also beginning to complain of n shortage of water for domestic purposes.' AN UNFOUNDED RETORT.-In the latter part of the weeka number of reports were put. into circulation that a Chinese resi dent of the town had developed symptoms of bubonic plague, leprosy or fever. For the time being quite a scuro was created, but inquiiy by tlio authorities reveal...

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

Yesterday's Homebush Sales; SYDNEY, MONDAY NIAM At.. tlio Hoinobuxh silos to duy 1284' cattle wol'u yarded, values being easier; Prime bullocks brought L10 lip,.good to* L5. 15s. T i <? 8X30: sheep were ponned, the market1 being 6rni. Bust wethers, 15s lOd ; h'uud from lis (id ; cu es, 10s (id to 12s 9d. 7 ; , Iq local lines Messrs Harrison Jonas i rind ; Devlin report that Walker Trustees bullocks averaged L7, lGs.

THE SHOW PRIZES. To be paid on Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

THE SJIOW.PHIZES. To be paid on Saturday. AT. tlie meoting of. tlio Conimittoo hold on Satuiday.lnBfc ifc_was decided to pny over the prize money noxt Saturday Afternoon in; t.ho Sehoobof Arta. Roughly, the nmnunfcito bo distributed this year will roach nearly L500, among 173 winners, i .The principal prize takers m e Walker Trustees, Messru. A. M. White, T. Morgan, R. B. Pritehard, Moffatfc Ueid, J. H. Sommerlad, Thomas Miller, M; Finn, and E. Cuiry. -

The Broadford Murder. JONES EXECUTED. MELBOURNE, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

The Broadford Murder. . JONES ; EXECUTED. " MELBOURNE,' MON RAY NIGHT. The mrin Jonos, convicted of the murder oi- tlio .little sii'l, Olivo Rita Jones,- nt BroidfoL'd, Viutorm, was oxoeutcdin Melbourne Giio] this morning. He . was quito rosigiiud to his fate, nnd walked tiruify to l ho drop. Dvi;ath wns install- ? tuneuus.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAIT.3 CLOSE FOll ?.Wilsons' Downfall, nnd Honnoo I3oonoo, Tuesday ind Fi May; ut 9 30 p.m. Sydney, Glen Inoos Anuidulp, Mnitluud; on»l ^ew?astle, 0'15 p. »rP (Saturdays \ except »d. ... . " Tabuliini, Cantno. Lifiiuore, and Kiobrahn-J Kiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 : V noon ; leave nt V2\30p.m, , 'Timbari'a^ and Stein brook-Tuos^iiy.nnil . Friday, at 9 30'p.m. Leave Wcdnes . day and: Saturday at*6 ftjn. ;.. "; ;OTake; , Sandy Hill, ah<T ^KossitpTyU'ieW v . . Drilly at 12 noou. Lo:uvo at I2$frv;<ii. (f Bonsbftw-^Monday «aiid .^Friday, at 9*30 ^V'/ 'p.m.-. 'Ledvo- Tuesday and Saturday '. . ... ^Bryan's Gap-^T.uesday and.Friday at 11'45 ;. . li.n). A '. ; vlWallnuRarra and Queensland daily, at 10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) ; . MAILS AHKITE FDOM . : : ..Sydney, Glen' Innes, Aimidale, West Miiitland, arid Newcastle-Daily (ex ~ cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. . Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfail , Thursday and"puuday, at 5*30 p m. Drake, and...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S IHO-PfflOLEl, A FRAfiltANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASH,' | Tbo moat offoctlvo pr pnrnticm A for ridding the roontu of thd (< aroma of tobricco, and loavtng a pleasant taste. < 1 w-i and Itt." 7t. Cd. bottlu I . (English raut), at ChemitUand Storu. [ F. G. CALVERT & GO, MANCHESTER. 7£ Gold <fc Silver MulaU and Diplomat. Solicitors. - i' XJEJGr^JC.. , J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator f &c.,~ Rouso-stroot, - Toatorfloii. \ COMMISSIONER for .AFFIDAVITS: for N. S. Wales,. Quoenslund, awl othor colonies. ? >r; " v.:<. U3), Local Kopresentutivo.of the . Norwich Uniou Firo IiiBiirnuce Society,v.Aiid tho National .Mr.lual Life-Association- of Aus tralasia, I^iiiiUd. Trust Mouoy to Load on Approved . Sooarity. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - ? GIen *Inne$;. ILL .VISIT TKNT15UFIKLD.-s and attend Court when reqojredi'j^'S'r.vv IjegaX. - " -* G. Wood Readett,' Solicitor, Proctor, 'Conveyancer, '&...

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

i TO SMOKERS OF DARK TOBACCO. Wo have been instructed by the Manufactures to supply , A FREE SAMPLE ? of their High-grado Dark Tobacco "WEALTH OF NATIONS," with a view uf bringing 1(9 merit? tmdcr the direct noiico of.Smokers.-/ ^ .v,- '.-.Wo ore thorefore prepared to sond to any address in New- South- Wales . aCnko of WEALTH ;o* NATIONS" Tobacco on receipt of request with this.advertisement enclosed* ?.»and the name of tho paper from which it 13 taken. t % S. HOFPNUNG & Co., Ltd., Sydney, " 1 w Agents for/T. C. Williams Co.'s ? Wealth: of Nations *;\tDark;.Tobacco, v -l- ^ i t .v » . v ... Tcntcrficld V Courier.'. SPECIALITY ~ ' SILVER WATERBURY WATCH. LOW PRICE HIGH QUALITY, ALSO IN NICKEL, GILT AND KOLLED GOLD. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRAND Y. iTh6 LONDON " TIMES":-"A sound, Honest Brandy." - i ,vv ^ 1 \Thd " LANCET":-"Of a Fragrance, Quality, and Puri'y and sccond to none." '! 1 v .; .! i-Thd *'BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL" " A Pure Product; well worth the atten :--;a . -tion of t...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Railway Tim? Table. . Tti5 liTnil traiti-for a? ydney,I^enfoyi fleld ^fc 7'10 p.m. daily, Satrr^rya .ex-; o»ptod, and for Brisbane a. lr'SQ. o.tfl, daily, Sundays ex^ptcd. V ' ' ^ Tho Goods Train leaves TonterfleU for/ Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and. afcurday. mornings at C a.m., and - or ivea from Sydney evory Monday, Wed nesday. £nd Friday ovemngs at 4*45 p.m. The rares betweeu Sydney and Tontef ' field, and Tfnfceifiold and Brisbane pre as follow: TBlJTBBBIBH) CO SrDKBY. 1st OaBr, Single £4 1 0 2nd (Jla/ s, Singlo s... >2 10 n 0 \va\ Eefcum Tickets* available for ,<v;:v-r -. Two Monthsr 1st Clas'i -65 12 G «. 2nd Cla/ ? 3 10 0 Wai-i anqabua o Bribdank. t^v ""' IstClos , Single £i 19 7 .V'Snd Clu/3, Single v.Y .v.'-vl 6 ? . «fc CIBSJI, Keturn'.:. . ...>v 2.10 -5 . : . 2nd

A Post Office Looted BIG HAUL. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

A Post Office Looted BIG HAUL. . SYDNEY, MOSOAYNioht. AN oxfconsivo PostOflioo robbory lias boon porpetrtitcd »t Hu^hondon, Queensland. .A lnrga quantity of. jowellory was taken from <i 8;ife,. ill so 11 faxed depoBit receipt for L500, find cash "nmoanting'to L330.- .

The Latest. THE PLAGUE SPREADING. TWO MORE DEATHS. SEVERAL FRESH CASES. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

.,?373at®Iiatest. THE PLAGUE SPREADING. , TWO MORE DEATHS. SEVERAL -FRESH OASES. SYDNEV, MoNnAYvNionT Two fuithor cases of plague wero ropnrtod . yesterday.:. Tlioy woro Horbort- Charlos - Hull, who worked in George Stroet, ."Tidv lived lu Balinum, and Andrew Mills em ployed af Brick6eld Hill, and resided, in;1 Leidhardt. '? : v 'William Janies Hayden, of Marrick-': yille.diod last night at tlio Quarantino ?: Station. : One suspected case was sent to quaran-:: tine on Satuvdny. All tho patients now in quarantino. ox-. eopt Prescott, are progressing favorably The three Dovey cluHron, and tlio lad : Stratford are now practically convalescent.^ . Sussex street is now practically do sorted. jOp to lato last night tlio authorities had not ascertained whother tho two latest victims had been in tholiabit of visiting tho infected araa. Everything is working trdorly at North He:td. ' The total inoculations to date number 8500. . Only about 1500 doses aro now left, and these will be used sole...

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

GAZETTE - NOTICES. RKSEUVE FROM SALE.-The following land in tho Tentorfiald Land District has boon restvved from sale, ponding the;de termination of tho portion to ha sot apart for travelling stockNo. 307,727. County of Bullcr, parish of Koreelah, con taining an area of about 32 acres. Tho Crown Lands within tho following bound aries : Commencing on the south boundary of portion 5, at n point 1 chain east of tho south-oast corner of "portion 2 ; and bounded thence by a line south 7 chains 60 links j tlience by a line west to a point 7 chains 50 li.ilt.i in a rectangular distanco southeasterly ffrom tho north-western side of the road from White Swamp to Tentei field ; thencoby lines paraloll to arid 7 chains 50 links distant from the north-wqstoi'n side of that road south, westerly to the north boundary of. reserve 30,728 for travelling Btock and camping, notified this day.; tlionco by part of that boundary wost to tho north-western side of the road from Whito Swamp to Ten-, tertield...

TRANSVAAL WAR Earl Beauchamps brother Killed. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Earl Beanchamps brother Killed. LOIJDON, March 22. Lord Roberta and Sir Henry Miiner arc Bottling the conditions for the surren der and administration of the Oran"b Free Stato, and treatmout of, the reliefs. The Transvaalers have exploded ? three bridgos on the line to Krooimtadt. The British Artillery at i Fourteen Streams drovo. the Bbers towards Chris tiann. - 1 _ ' All the European Powors have decided not to intervene in the present struggle. . The Free State; burghers desiring ? to surrender are so numerous that Lord Roberts has sent small columns in various directions to register their names.' General Clemont'H three oolumns are advancing on Bloemfontein via; Phillp polisand Fauresmith. , General Synman with a large force atlauked General Plumcr near Lobatsi on the 16th instant." The action . was indecisive, the enemy, losing a few men and ft puns. * .. . The ft'ufoking Chief, Unthootij 13 guard-1 mg General PJunior's right byr'tlu'witon mg to assail tho Boors if thoy- encroac...

BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

: . BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. -.^Anothor.iramenso crowd assembled nt thc'Exhibition1 Building to-day,' nt least 2000,:waiting fo bs inoculated. vti.Largo?quantities of goods have been ?removed-frnm vlho whaivos, prior to isolation, aud there is a good dual of stir irisSussox-streefc. s-Bo.further outbreak, of tho plague is reported-, to-day, neither Imvo any fur ther deaths occurred amongst tho patient? at North Head.. Several persons who had'been in contact with tho sufferers before thoir removal to North Head wolo released to-day, At tho Polico Cuurfc to-day, tho City Council contiuued its crusade against tho owners' of dirty promises. The evidence in some instances showed that tho de fendants' yards woro in a horribly dis gusting condition, nnd the lines inflicted ranged from L3 to L10. Syosbv, Saturday, v Tho list of plague patients was. addol tn again to-day, -William Hayden, aged 21. residing in Thompson street, Mar rickvillo, having been declared infected with "the dise...

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

Brief Mention; WAR disunities.' 1'iiB plague spreading. . . EARL BE.APOHAMV'S brother killed. SERKVJH. accident to Mr. \V. H. Walker. TUHEE victims of tlio Torbanlea Colliery explosion, Queensland, died mi Friday. FOUR of tlio New South Wales Ministry hnvo boon inoculated against plague. AT the Uusehill races on Saturday Sequence won tho Shorts mid Hi Hi the March Hsuidiuap. A NIGHT watchman named Evan .Tonus met with a terrible death at tlio asphalt ing works at South Melbourne. There was a largo vat of carbolic a"id iir-tho pla.e, and in leaning ovor it ho must have fallen .ill and was sulliicated. He was C8 yoars of age.' GOOII progress ia being niado with the concreto pavemont in'Manners-street. MB. CnnisTOi'HEB BATH, an old resi dent of VValcha, died suddenly on Thurs day. MR. EI'SSEW, FRENCH, the manager of the Bank of N. S. Wales, states chat tlio present dopqsits in Australian Bunks, amounts ta L100,000,000. THE ".D" dredgo jn tho "Mblyrieaux. River, Now .Zealand, obtained 1...

SERIOUS ACCIDIET TO MR. W. H. WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

SERIOUS ACCIDIET TO ME. W. H. WALKER. MANY wcre.tho -expressions of regret on" Siitiirday ;: Uiorniny in " town, ; ,wheu - tlie news'was recei vc-d from "the Stations tliat; Mr. ;W. H. . Walker .. had .; beoiw thrown fronv.his horse;that morning snd-scriously. ?injured; . 'ilt.mipeursMhftt 'Mr. ' Groonup,'; -.of Maryland, was at the Station overnight,. .andrleft'for. -hotne:after breakfast.'fHo .h:id*scarcoly. loft when, .Mr.; Walker- nr rn'ed at the.oflico from the stables, whero' lie.had'been' making an . inspection.- with: ;Mr. Cotton. Finding Miv Greenup gone; ? and recounting some;business matter ho hud ? forgoticn to mention to J h 1 in, Ito jumped on a' horoo: belonging - tor a,, Mr" Ford,.which-was.hanging up at tho fenced and1 stiuted off 111 the direction 'Mr. Groenup . had i -taken. .v'lt'-.would 'Soomi.' however, that: the: girth, - was' looso;-. and stirrup leathers short;, and on; Mr:;Walker mountiug ho < dug * Ins ; hccla- 1into tho horse's Bides," ?and .th...

IMPERIAL BUSH CONTINGENT. Provisional Selection of Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

IMPERIAL BUSH CONTINGENT. Provisional Selection of Candidates. THE officers appointed to visit Tenterticld and oxamine candidates for thu Imperial Bushmen's Contingent, Major J. Randal Carey, Dr. (r. ftlullins, and Sorgeant Mnjor M. Coerinan, arrived on Thursday last, and commenced tlieiv- inspection at the Court, HOUKO on tlic following morn ing. , Seventeen candidates presontod themselves, and underwent a strict; ex amination at tlic hands ot Doctor Mu'.lins. Of thi-f number live were rejected, ono or. two being medically unlit, and tlio balance not up. to thu st'iudard. Tlio accepted candidates woro: Herbert Dickson, Tentorliold. Edward England, Tontcrfiuld. Josoph Dobson, Tenlertiold. Alfred Donnelly, Toutcrficld. . F. YVhit.o, Toowooinba. Henry Neild, Barcoo. Arthur Jeffrey, Rlingoola. A..M|Crossin, Drake. - Green, Deepwater. J. H.-Loclcivood, Doepwator. ? With: the exception of James England, who: changed his mind at tho last moment, or missed tlio train, (which we db not know...

Commonwealth Bill. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS. LONDON, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 March 1900

Commonwealth, Bill. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS. : ' . LONDON, MAKCH 22. THE.amendments in the Australian Com monwealth Bill which lmvo beon sug gested by tho Crown Law Ofliccrs refer principally to tho navigation laws, and the application of the Validity of Colonial Laws Act of 1865 to the Commonwealth Bill. Tho Hon. J. R. Dicknon; thu Queens land delegate, denies the statement that by tho Proposed amendments tlie con stitution of tho Commonwealth will not suffer' any alteration. Ho, howevor, expresses the opinion that the people of Queensland wish tho power of plenary pppeal to the Privy Council to bo main tained. Lord Carrington, formerly Governor of New South Wales, speaking at a gather ing at tho City Club last evening, Bail that tho scheme for tho federation of the Australian colonics, as now presented to tlie British Parliament, had boon ratified by ii great majority in tho colonics, and ho thought that Groat Britain should not arrogantly order another compact to bo inado hbtwoon the...

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

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ; THE usual foituiyhtly meeting wna liuld Inst night, whon there wer<j present : Tho Mayor, Aid. Kelly, Ropeiy Crisp, Walker, Whereat, awl Juorgens. A quantity of formal correspondence was read unci received. Tho Inspector of Nuisances report on the sanitary condi tion of the toivn was very favorablo on tho whole', only n few isolated cases requiring attention, the public evidently having re sponded to tho Council's request to plitco their promises in a cleanly condition. Letters from U. A. Smith, re noxious weed called blue or purple top growing on. Queen's Paik ; and from T. Weir, ashing permission to fonce Quarry Re servo on Warwick Road was read. The first lcttor was referred to the Parks Committee, while Woir's application was granted. The Department of Works wrote that voucher for L'283 10s, for Roads/grant had been forwarded to tlio Treasury for payment, Tho Financo Committto's 'roport, recommending the payment of J: F. Thomas' account; L3 13s Gd...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Look well ymirl0UWER ! should perform its functions properly S° Feel well of the. body should work in harmony .... Be well S.bSf S world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps,. . BY DRINKING YOU WILL LOOK WELL FEEL WELL AND. BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Liver Ailments-is a stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and invigorates, the bowels and kidneys. Aok tor WOLFE'S tho Real Original Schnapps* S4. v & '*? s-y? 's v/. svj . >sv v \ -r \ y-\ </v <-:\V y'X BOLIVIA. HOTEL. William Reading HAS EE-OPENED the Old and Well known BOLIVIA HOTEL, and w 11 be glad to welcome the local and travelling | public. Only the Boat Brands of Wines & Spirits. Heat of Accomriftdution. Good Paddocks. | Horses broken in to Saddle aod Harness. Groom in attendance. \V. HEADING. . Proprietor. Great Drug Emporiums, 100 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. WK EARNESTLY COMMEND to nil who with to build up their system, banish sleeplessness, give tone to...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Wanted "ANTED nt once two GOOD COOKS and LAUNDRESSES, apply . Mls. P. CAPPCNI. . Ilouso Street. Found. ."?jlOUND. on tlio Bryun'H Gap Road a A Lady'a BLACK OAPIjl. The owner can liuvoeame on paying fur this advertise ment ou upj licnt 1011 at this Olfico. ? . 1 Apology. J* BEG to ojo'.ogiso to Miss CAMPBELL for X ilto langungH l!iat l< used in her pro aeiico on the 24th of March, IU00. : j . MAETIN KELLY. . Witness 0 W» KEADETr, Solicitor, ToriU'ifitUiV - Portable Engine Wanted. ANTED lo^i'virehRBs :a- SECOND : HAND8 Hogro Power PORTABLE 15NGINE. Particulars us to prico, &c., lo be forwarded to.this Ofhee, or' to G. J. RIVERS, < Lady Jcisey Mine, Druke. ^ Preliminary Notice. A . ,T. COTTON u ill lio at TENTER ±\., FItXn on llii! 17TII: INSTANT to buy HorscaV Draught uml Saddle, uges from 4 ycai8olTto 10 years off» Full particulars, in future ieBt.c. I. WHEREAT, « . Auctioneer, <? >' Notice. fTNIERE ia now running on Clifton -Run,: ± one Re...

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