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BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

BUBONIC PLAGUE. ? " SY.DN.RYi Friday. 1 A oinr,, aged i4:yeura, wh'ne nurno -JIM n»t yet been ascertained by-tlio authori ties; ve.sidin<r;; in Voung-st itiH, Rodforn, dovtiloped plague thin morning, and. with sovurnl .contacts-will be quarantined 'this afternoon. Eighteen 'contncls wuie re leased fr 'til (jUJitant nu 111ia . inornii g, having uudegoiio the regulation period of ton .lays' isolation. 'J'lio I ramway.receipts lire slid to, have boen reduced by suveral hundred pounds wookly owing to tho plaguo operating, against tlio suburban residents visiting .the city." . ? LATER. :. Tho namo of tho girl who dovoloped the plague thin morning.is Millio -Millard. This ufteruoon- produced : threo moro casev Henry Dick«ns'in,-agcd-20 years, residing in William-street, Paddingtori, is ono of tho-cases! It is stated Hint ho was: recently engaged in cleaning opera tions in an establishment within the in fected iirea, but outside tlio isolated quarter. Another case was that of * ...

Federation. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Federation. LONDON, March 29.. : In lieir recaption of tho Australian Fedo r»l delegates at' Windsor Castle yesterday, j tho Queen showod a most gracious atti tude. Her Majesty expressed : to Mr. E. Barton, the. Now South Wales dele gate, her gratification ab' tho nearness of the federation of the Australian colonies, and her warm appreciation of. the, spun-, taneoiis offai stliat had been iu.ido by the colonies of'troops for sorvicd-' in ..South Africa, and also of tho bravery that :lmd been :fehown by the colonial troops in- tho field. With reference to .tho' memorandum drawn :by the Australian 'federal: dele gates (tho eubstarioe of which has already been cabled)-urging-the' passing of tho Commonwealth-Bill without altoration.Mb is stated that Mr-Chamberlain will first reply to the memorandum, and ivill.tlion invito interviews with the ^delegates from thb^ federating ;colonies," and also -with I Mr. Parker,, whais representing .Wastern'I Australia, and Mr. Beoves, the Now Zen-" i...

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. SYDNEY, March 30. THE PLAGUE SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

ODE SYDNEY LETTER. (FfiOir O'JIt OWN . ConRE8PONDI5NT.) ? : SYDNEY, Maroli SO. THE.PIAOI'E SOABE. . lljo Buaro anout plague still continues to afford cpngbnial matter ,fer the sensa tional section of the pross, who are do ing their utmost to fan into frenzy tho alarm naturally felt l>y. ill-informed 'peo ple. ;When those; who: should' bo men tors of the masses, " lose their ..heads and give way to panic, tho consequences aru Jikcly.to Bp sorioua. ; 'But'eveii tho news papers have two voices. They tell tho ?people of Sydney that they are in. danger of being decimated unless: thoy promptly obey the instructions that are being is sued from the editorial room. liut to tho people in thb>ountry they" sulemnlyfde clnru that thero ia no. danger wliatovcr. There'ciiii he no doubts that :the .latter the 'truer wituess. . But if thny were to follow it toits logical .?conclusion thore would heno '.'scare," arid' that ia not to ' be thboghfc'of. j.It is Oi pity, tbiit iii these matters tho...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, \ SYDNEY, Monday Niohjy Wheat, 2aOd . Flour, LG 5s to LG 10a Obickwhcnti 2s 3d to 2s Bd : . Chaff, B210s fcb 1.315a Potatoes L2 to-L3 10s ; Maize, 2s 6d to 2s 9d , Oats, 2a Gd to 2s 8d ? Lucerne, L2 Gs to L2 15s /. .^..... Buttori creamery, 8$d (factory, 7|d to * 8i; dairy, 6A to 7d. ' . .< ???? Goldsborough Mort and Co, .Ltd., un" dor date March 30th, report:-Hides ? Wo opened tho.sales ;to a moderate at tendance of. buyers. Bidding wbb fair and last wcok's rates wore well main tained : good conditioned sorts command in? most attention. Tallow-No csblo news liaying been received, buyers acted cautiously on all classes, resulting in a de clino of 5s to 10s per ton. Sheepskins A general dullness prevailed in the auo ' tion room in consequence of the flat state of the wool innrkot. Values all round de clined fully ^d to Jd per lb.

TO MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. Their Powers Under the Health Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

. TO MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. Their Powers tfnder the Health Act. vBy direction of the Promier, . the follow t irig circular is being forwarded to niiinici ? pal coimcils through tho .colony/ The notice is to bo issued first to. metropolitan ? mid suburban municipal bodies,1 and after-, wards to" tlioso in every part of Now South Wales. :-:r - : _ .-''"I dosiro to bring under your notico 'that the duty of cleansing and keeping .free from infection nil houses and, places : within "a municipality is cast by, tho ;. Public "Hoalth Act- of 189(5 upon tho .Mtinioipai council, and that very large powWslire given by this . Act in - that bo-, lialfj -'Section 24 of tho Public Health f-Act gifos your council, pjiwor, oti the re :;;port of niiy modical man or of its- own motiou, to do tho following things1 To , cleansu >nd ' disinfect any : drains 2 To /. :oleaaso and disirifect'any house or. part therojf. " 3 To cleanse and disinfect any . articles likely to 'retain infection.. 4 To ' dostr'Oy...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, APRIL 3. The Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl L> :'Jnteriotauiol Cornier AND Fairfield Ss Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, APRIL 3. The Plague. Ono of tho most probable channels through which tho gorms of tho present epidemic of plngue mayhavo reached Aus tralia nnd tho gcrilis of future outbreaks may conio nnd lie spreud far and wido throughout the country in cornsasks. Tho danger from them is two-fold. They may . bring tho infection to our shores in tho first pl.-ico, nnd they mny then disseminata it through tho country. Tho chief source of the supply of corn bags for N. S. Wales in India, yhere, in view of tho wide;prova lanco of tho.pla"ue and the neglect of sani tary laws by tho: nntivcB,. there are un doubtedly cunstnht, opportunities fprj the material and manufactured article to; be come infected not only by rats but also by disensed human beings. That tho germs of the dread diaeise may retrain their virility whilo tile sacks are in transit to Australia is a probability that no authority . on tho fubject,...

SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

SYDNEY,. .r. ^ MONDAY NIGHT. ;-I Tin oro'is quoted at 22a par unit. ; Tho liondless skelolon of a body 1ms been found on tho rocks at Ifurnoll Ru BUCVC, Botany. Mr. James Hoskins, M.TJ,.C, died yoaterday. ' .; ' The stoamer Mortlako was picked up on. the South Australian coast by the stoamor . Kolya. The former luid been drifting about for 11 days with a brokon shaft. v LONDON, S us DAY In conscquoncu of the indignities hurled" lit them by tho uxtremo left in lh« Ilnhati ^Chamber of Deputies, the President and tlio whole of tho staff of the Chamber havo resigned. Cambridge won the University boat . riioo easily by a quarter of a mile.

Death of General Joubert. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Death of General Joubert. 'i':. ? Tho . most startling war event Turing the past woelt, was. the announcement in tho ?.extrnordinary issued from thiB office on ; Friday morning last of the sudden death . of Plot Joubert, tho Commander in Chief of the Boer Army lit Pretoria. The gallant .^old Comiiiindpnt, who, it must be con ceded, has right throughout the present - conflict, proved himself a foemarii worthy of the very best British steel, doubtless gave way bsneath the weight of increasing years and the trials and hardships of;;the . fiercely contested campaign. Tho onomy has lost an able and resourceful leader, ' and General White who was brought into eloso contact With him .during the Lady smith seige pay sr. well-deserved tribute to his memory when he characterises him as a soldier aud a gentleman, a brave arid ? honorable opponent. That.very first class Boer, Oom Krngur, hasjippointed-himself; : to supremo command of the South Africa rebels, and tlieinfluence'of hisstubborness ...

Yesterday's Home bush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

; Yesterday's Horne bush Sales SYDNEY, MOM>AY NIGHT. ME3SB3,"Eilt, Son; and'Badgcry,.* report ns follows,- 1 > -6800 slioop wuro penned, tho -market ibemg Miallorod;.' Wiithora 6s Cd to 15a ; ? ewes, ,7a Cd to 12a6d. . . . - 1018 icutllo..wore yardud, tlio market being uualtorod,:. best beef worth 22s por lOOIba.. Biillocka,-£4 to £8 15a; cowa, L3 10s to L0 10s.

WILSON'S DOWNFALL. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

- WILSON'S DOWNFALL.- ' " ;i(FliOM OUB OWN CoilItESl'ONDKKT.) POLICE COURT. ' AT thin Court on-Thursday, before .M. H. Fitzhardmge,\P,M.y the foHoff teg cases wcro disposed of.:;-- . . ' ; Inspector of Stock v.T. Walsh, charged withcrossing the Border contrary , to Tho' .Regulations of ihoQuiirantino Act. .Fined 10s and 4» lOd costs, and £lls profession -,nl costs.- :. On , a second charge, tlio de fendant wan fined a similar amount. "''''.Inspector of Stock; v. Knight, charged ?with crossing tfaff Border with two suck ..log pigs, contrary to the Act, and plead ing guilty ;wa*.lined Os rind ,4s lOd coats.

The Weather. HEAVY RAIN IN THE CITY. SYDNEY. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

The Weather.. HEAVY RAIN IN THE CITY. SYDNEY. MONDAY. OVEK fivo ^inches of rain had fallen in Sydnoy up to lust nighty wlion a Iienvy ' thunderstorm occurretV tlio lightning^ be ing very-vivid. Tlio heavy downpou'f of tain flooded nil the low-lying suburbs. Further rains lmvo thk.en, place in the country, and in many places good winter feed is assured. . - , . . ' ; . '! ... MONHAY NIOHT. Mr. Russell snys that no-vrly tlio whole qfitlie-colony pnrtioipated in Saturday's nnd Sundny's rainfall,? _

WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

WAltDEN's" COURT. An application for n dam and rnca hy Ah Duck,: rwas objected ' to: by W. G. ItoddAoutlie grounds that be. was first »n . possession. Aftor hearing ovidunce, the WordoDSUataiaod tliooy ecUon. ?

TELEGRAMS. The Plague Spreading. ELEVEN FRFSH CASES. FOUR MORE DEATHS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

.-TELEGRAMS^ The . Plague Spreading. ELEVEN li-RFSH CASES! FOUR MOUE DEATHS. : . SYDNEY,'MONDAY. ' Nino mot'o cases of Plague were reported : yesterday, tlio . victims being. FrancisJ Kiilierta, North Sydhoy ; F. AV. Burnw, .Druilb-slreut, W. 0; -Downs andv W. Greonland ; Ultimo j' J. Ryan: and O. Cooper, putjeiita in tbo Sydney Hospital'; Jamos Riloy and Arthur Higj»onson, -Ued . fern:;;E. KavariiigU; 'Prtddington ; A. E. Jackson Cftntorbui'y j Mary T. Doylo, nged 8, Krskine-Btroob. : :"S /. ' ? " . ,Burns' nnd Cooper bothdied'yesterday. - Greonland find been inoculated. ? ? . In Bi'ijim' cu,«o, prior to liin ru-ncval from tlio Hospital, he bade furowell to his family, and died beforo' being, landed iit . Quarantine. .... . ' Coopbr A-as admitted to; tho Hospital on Saturday, and ' died;- early yesterday : morning. ; Plague was; not suspected on-; itil rovoaled by a post 'mortem. Cooper suffered . from a; more severe and; rapid fornvofsept icanmic plague! : . . ?; Twi> warehouse...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Railway Time Table. IWO>IL0WJUrata fo« SYDNEY leaves.fontrny' field at 7^10 p.RAR (iuify, Safrr'j-ja^ex-' ospted, and for Brisbane IL. LL'SO D.ro. daily, Sundays excnptod. The Goods Train leaves Tenterfle) I for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings nt 6 a.m., and ar-. ives from- Sydney every Monday,, Wed nesday, and FRIDAY evenings at 4*45 p.m. . The fares between Sydney and Tuuter iield, and 'IVuteifield and Brisbane are as follow: TFIITBRFIELD TO SRONKV." 1st < last, Single £4 1 0 2nd (JLAM, Single 2 10 0 HE turn Tickets, available for , Two Months 1st Clas'. 2nd CLAIF? WALI ANQABHA 1st Clas I, Single .. 2nd CI1113, Single .. 1st Clasn, ltoturn 2nd Olats, Uelurn £5 12 ... 3 10 BRISBANE. ... JSl 10 .;. 1-5 5 "... 2 10 6 ... 1 18 2 1.1'

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

: Post Office Time Table. 3U1LR CLOHR VOlt Wilsons' Downfall, um\ Boonoo. HOODOO, Tue*djiy in.l.Fri.biy, *4 9 30 p.m. Ryducr, Glen Innes ArmiiluU*.''MnilluiM, (in l Ntw astlc, (rlo p. iu./-(Suttinluys oxt'epfcifd; . . "? . .?''???;.? I ubulant; Cjvmuo, Lismore, and Richmond . vUiver-Daily, except Sunday, ut 12 : noon ; leave «t l2,30p.ai, v: '. . v. Timbirra, nndvSteinbrook-Tuoadny and ?.-..?.Friday, nt 0 30 p.m. - Leave-Weducs xluy and Saturday at G a.m: rOiaUo. .Sii!](ly,1IiH, and ORoasitrrville \ .v Daily, ut 12 neon;1. . Leave at 12'30p.ui. ..rfjMBhaw--Monday,lind Friday, nt 0.30 : Ti p.ra^ Loavo: Toeaday ;und-Saturduy.A .....v. vr.at5 a.m.. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 i".' ^Vallungfitra and Queensland daily at ' .10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.)" . . MAILS AMIIYB PBOM Sydney, Glen Innes, Armidale, West ' Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11'50 a.112. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Suuday, at 5*30p.m. - Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (ex...

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

WEALTH OF NATIONS," Messrs. T. C. Williams Co., of Richmond,-Virginia, U.S. A.., liuvo prepa-.ed for thie market a High Grado Dark Tobaooo undor'tho brand of Wealth of Notions.", llio knowloilge which tbe manufacturers hiivo gninetl in- supplying the favorito brnnds of Welcome Nugget, Victory,..and Diadem, enables thera to confidently recommend" Wealth of'Nations . TO ALL SMOKEBS OP PABK TOBACCO. OBTAINABLE OP ALL LEADING TOBACCONISTS AND STORES." " Bill 2STOU.' DJESCEIVJUD ! ! !' DOG'S HEAD ALB AND STOUT IS THE BEST THAT CAN BE PRODUCED. ._???' SEE THAT YOU GET IT. SPECIALITY SILVER WATE1IBU11Y WATCH. LOW PBICE. HIGH QUALITY, ALSO IN NICKEL, GILT'AND ROLLED GOLD. ? JOS 11 LA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. The LONDON"TIMES":-" A sound. Honest Brandy." The "LANCET" :-"Of a Fragrance, Quality, and Pori'y and second to nnno." ?? Tho"BRITISHMEDICAL JOURNAL'"-:-"A Pure Product, well worth tho atten tion of the Profession." ' ? : These Qualities are further testified to Vy many Hospital* and Medical...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S LIQUID CENTirRICC & KOtlfHWASH, < Tt*o most effective pr puvntlun > for lidding th»? mouth of tic r aroma of cob icco, and leaving a plonsant tasto. F. D. CAIVIRT & 00., MANCHESTER. v 78 Gold <6 Silver JiftdaU and piptbmtu. © , Solicitors, J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, '? ; cSc., Jlouso-stroot, - Tontorflold. - COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS t\. for N. S. Wales, Queensland, and other colonial. : Local Keprescntativo of the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, ind tho National Atr.tual Lifo-Assaciution of Aus tralasia, Limited.. Trust: Money to Lond on Approved Boonrlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, ? Glen Innes. fTTILIi VISIT TENTEUFIELT) and W (.'attend Court when required. Xiesal.. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, . Proetor, Conveyancer, &c., . HAS coimnuuued Pruolico in Tentoi. field, r.ext dnor to Mr. J, Folding's bloic. , . ' * ' Money tc^Lond-on approved ? Sccuriiy. Trespass Notice. I ft consequence' of ...

HOW THE PLAGUE ORIGINATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

It ir intereatingns well ns important to know, how the plague was.brought to Syd-' noy (aays tho " S. . M. Herald"). Tho' general.itniprcssion is that: it came froth Calodonia, mid in this view the president of tlio Board of Health concurs. It is just' possible that tlio opidcnno came from somo other, plague-infested locality.- A steamer from Natal, which called at Port Xouif, ^ Mauritius, and took in a . cargo .of sugar," arriycd in. Adelaide about the middloof January;: According to apusiengerby that vessel,..on reaching'Adelaide the health.; authorities inquired if any.'plaguo oxi'stedj at tho last port of call, or whether thero; had beon any* sickness on board during tho: voyngo. -^Tho ..'replies to- both questions.: were . considered satisfactory, . and tho : voaaeVwas granted pratique without delay;. The answers given.to the-'healthofficor at' ? Adelaide ' were : correct. ..There :was- no ? ?plague at-Port'Jjouis,-.rod,'there,.was no: sioknesson:board, <but. thon!pl...

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

Brief Mention. > PnBsjBYlF.itiAN picnic to morrow. . Bio furniture -s:vlo at the Union Rooms to-morrow. '? - ? .??? -? . FAREWELL socinl to tho Rov.B. Lanu to-night. \Ooii -nccoimts i>re in courso of oircula tion. und prompt guttlemunt is required. Bio cnttlo truckings at: local Railway station to-day. : 88' trucks of fats will bo . , disp itched - A imowK.. win . fined: LI at the local Polioo, Court cn Saturdny;- The same in- ^ dividual yoitorday oil a similar charge was V: sonteuced to imprisonment until the . rising of the Court. < .; Ma, J. ? H.. Cakhuthbrs, having boopa member of a Oolonml Executivo for tlireo years; will in , future lio. known :ttB tho ? ? " Hon" J. :H.'Carruthera.- , : - : Further-particulars Jrare> boon received ?. of :? tho wreck of .. the steamer ' Qlenelg at tho entrance to tho Gippsland L.-ikos,-in.,Victoria, and it ? is supposed that twonty-eight livca wero , lust v ' , - . THE South Australian Government have> issued; iv3 por. eo...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Another Trap. A British Convoy walks into Ambush. All Captured with 6 Guns. Scarcely a Shot Fired. LONDON, MONDAY APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Another Trap. A British Convoy walks into Ambush, , All Captured with; 6 Guns. Scarcely a .Shot Fired. - LONDON, MONDAY APBIL 2 Owing to^theapprnnchjofia largo. Boov oonimnndo, 'Golt,i]oI Broadwood with thu lOlh -Hussars and a- Regiment of -House hold Cavalry and 2. Horso Batteries under iColonel Pllelior retreated on Friday night; encamping nfc.4 o'c!ock orr tlio following, morning at Bloamfontoin- waterworks, south of'tlio Moddor camp;:. wherq they wore shelled at'dawn from the rearV ! Colano'Bccndwoodde^pitohed a onvuy with 0 guns to reconnoitre,' rotainjpg the tlio lomamdor of hia forco as a rear guard., The .Convoy walked, intp- oil ambi)8h laid in deep jSpruit, : Mind woro captured- tor gother with :tho six/guns,- scarcely a ahot being fired. General - Coli-illo immediately. left Bloomfon tein and engaged tho^enemy. : 7 t . CoIonnl Pileher . with -the : New Zua-. 'landers. brought away the Landroat from I Ladybr-.ind.-. . ? ? ? - . -

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