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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Solicitors. XiXSGAX.. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator &c" ? RouBo-stroot/- - ToatorfloWi '? COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS y*Z\. for . N. S. Wales, Quce«&!un<V: aud other colomcn.. * . 531, LocarRopresontfttivo ofllie. Norwich Union*;Fire- insurnnce . Society/. "Mid .the ,-Natloual Mr.lual Lifo Association of Aus tralasia, Limited. ^ ^ ^ -Trust Monoyto Lond on Approvod f Soourity < 1 P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, --- Glen Innes. ILL VISIT TENTERFIEU) and attend Court when required; ,- ; w Xtegral. ^ C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor,' Conveyancer, ^ . &c.,; , IT AS commenced Prootioo sin Toii'-ei ; -EL .fluid,' r.exbjUoc to Mr. J. Folding's Store * ) Money ; to'.Lend an approved becurity. ?Trespass Notice. IN consequence of losses iu shoep from ' . sporting and' other dogs poraona are "prohibited from entering the Tonterfield Station paddocks. Trespassers after this notice will be proceeded against. Any permits pre'ionsly given are hereby ...

Fatal Tram Accident. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Fatal Tram Accident. . SYDNEY, TUCHSOAY .NIONT., Twomen wure knocked"down by an e!ec- .. triowtraiii near the railwoy Etation this; ?jftemoon. One named EUies dicd aubso quontly nt the Hospital.

Alleged Murder. SYDNEY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Alleged Murder. V SYDNEY THURSDAY. A MAN named Juriies Liuuicm _wan shut dead near Keirtpsoy yesterday. Ituppcnrs Luwaon was pluyiiig a violin in his but, wlion it is alleged » iiinn named Hancock, who objected to music, picked up a gun and allot Luwson dead. At 'tliu inquest^ held to-day a vo'dict nf wilful murder was roturned against Poroy Hancock.

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, APRIL 3, Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

LONDON, April 3, Morning. Iii connection with the capture of the JJritish Convoy near Bloonifontein, tho latest particulars received state that tlie Boers: in jiinbusli numbered 8000, who Opened fire when'the waggons and guns entered the drift. - ? : Tl o drivers and horses were shot at a short range; 7 guns and baggage being lost. '' ? The Britnh casualties'numbered 350, including 200 missing. . « Majors Colvillu andTrbnch arrived on the scene shortly'afterwards. " - The Bloemfontein water supply has been "ut off. LQNDON, Arnii. 3, Night. Of the varions reports to 'hand -to 'tho. Poonsprint disaster, near Bloemfontein, the following is gonerally correct: - ' Snouts of Artillery and waggons cn teiod tho spruit without' suspicion; and wore.immediately fired upon from behind a stone enclosure, rocks and elsewliore. Battery Q;> Remingtons's Guides, Roberts' Irrejjular Horso Burlnose,. and New 5ieiilari(^Infantry all fell into the am-, bush, and suffered sovorely, but on rally ing co...

Attempted Assassination OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. Twice Fired At. The Culprit Arrested. LONDON, April 4, Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Attempted Assassination OF THE PRINCE OF ^ALES.: ' Twice Fired At. v The Culprit Arrested.: . . LONDON, April '4, Niglit. A youth ntjjSrussela. fired twice.nt the Prince of Willi's'. hut' fortunately the Prince wns uninjured. - ', . . The youth.Ima h^en -nrrostod. . His' pockets .wcro round: full of Annrchist iitor.itura.

Tattersall's Sweep. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

TsCttersall's Sweep. . . SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT., Tne first prizo in Tattorsnll's Consultation on the Rosuliill Cup goes to the Thames, N. Zciilunil; llie Kecond to Firm and IawIosb, Duljbo ; and tho third to Young 'Mnrrickvillo.'

TELEGRAMS. THE PLAGUE. TWO MORE DEATHS. SYDSEY THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

. THE PLAGUE. TWO MORE DEATHS. ' ? 8YDSEY THURSDAY 'The Nov 'Zealand.Promier says.lhiit. aoprter th'vh run. tlics risk . of having tha . pliiguo in that.colony, ,he would, not al- .: low vessels to enter Now Zealand. . - ?:TK6 quarantined block, bounded by '. Korit,King, Sussex, and Ernkino Ktreota has lieendennsed, and I lie extension to Market street .will bo completed by Sun diy; ' ? No further deaths aro reportod from Quarantine Station. . A mhjtrioy of the patients aro improv- - ing, and a number of "contncts "will bp reloased to-day. : - The upper'portion of tlio.quarantined ?; block will probably be relotiHed ,by to-mor row. .About COO tons of filth wero removed ; yesterday, although .the premises in this area bnro ' been inspected by tlio Oity ? - Council's officers and roportod clean; : ? - -v.-.'"- . Tnunsuxy Niairr; . - Two deaths .fnolc place at: Quarantine : to-day, the victims being R. B.-Smith, and Dhurles Well.i. A number of patients aro convtilescent / and are now r...

Demand for Horses. SALE OF TENTERFIELD HORSES. BIG AVERAGE PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Demand' for Horses. SAI/E; OF; TENTERFIELD . HORSES. .. BIG AVERAGE PRIOE./' To givo our i'c;i(]i*ra.somo idea (if -tho de mand for hor'sos at tho present time for Indi'in and South Africa, we loarn by private letter from Maffrn, Victoria^ that last week\Messra. M'Lenn und Co., of that town sold over £8000 worth of horse? in three days: 100 head ofihorscs recently bought in tho Tonterfield district by Mr. Evans wero included among tho number s'.ld, and averaged tho handsome figure of £23 .per head. . * .

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Letter, from Lieutenant Lee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. - ..Letter, from Lieutenant Iide. EIBOTKNAM C. A. LEE,- writing toOhiS; frtendsfrOin Stitilcfontcin, o miles .ease of I'arderborg, Bays:-- . . ; v. , Still alivq and well thank goodness .es 'pecially for- tlio latter. I wrote lust from Ramal) about throe weeks ago, describing our Book. shooting, but since then it seeths a lifetime as wo ,havo soon and taken part in war in all its stern realities and horrors and may safely call pursolves "Soldiers of the Queen." To begin with then, I saw by a Sydney Mail that I had been given back my commission, and Captain Antill anticipated tho arrival of tlio Second Contingent and put mo up straight*" away, which has been a great change for meand I don't mind admittintj also a welcome one. I had been away filling water bottles when he sent for. mo and was just drinking a whisky in tlio mes3 in honour of the occasion \vhon iin walked Jack Iiundle (well known in Teri torfield) of tlio Carabinoeis, having just como in aa advanco ...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Brief Mention. " . HER Majesty vieitinglrelnnd. ANOTHER sorious British revortfo- ' His Worship the Mayor visiting Sydney THE first portion of iho^ushnioc's Con tingent has arrived'at tho Capo. THE Rosehill Cup was won by Man ganese, Yollow and T51ack2, Dozon 3.' ATTKNTION of wool growers and others directed to Goldsbrough Marts iidvb ap pearing to-diy. ... THE Rev. B. Lano will preach his fare well sermons in tlio local Wesleyan Oliureh on Sunday next.; . . THE long-standing' .dispute. botweou" Russia and Corca has been, amicably Sett led. THE hour of holding the droning aorvJco 111 tho Presbyterian Church has bcon-al tered to 7 p m . 12 POINTS of ram registered sinco last ssuo; A cold snap: experienced Bubse (JllOntly. . ^ PRESBYTERIAN picnip on "-.Wednesday proyed an onjoyahlo 'outing' for .the. juvoniles "IN .MEMORIAM" serviceat::-the Prosbytonan Church on Sunday evening next. .? ATTEMPTED assassination of tho Prince ofWaleH. This news-? created ? quite a sensatioi/-in town when...

LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

LICENSING COURT. THE Quarterly mooting of'tho Licensing Bench WHS held on Tuesday.-when there wero present: Messrs.-M. H. Fitzhard ingo (Chairman), W. Reid, and E. \T\ Whereat. , The Quarterly report of tho Licensing Inspector was rend. and "on tho whole was of a very satisfactory nature. RENKWAIJ). Goorgo Gurney applied for a renown! o* tho license for the Australian Hotel, Drake. Granted. Mr. Readett appeared for the applicant. John Donngbue applied for a renewal of tho license for the 'Telegraph Hotol, Tentertield. Mr.-Readett, who appeared for the applicant, auggcsted, owing to tho insufficiency of the uotice giveu for tho removal, that the Court ho adjournod, for » week to allow of tho application lining -dealt with. There being no police objec tions, tho Bench decided to. adjuurn tho Court on closing till., tho ilth April to deal with the application. COLONIAL- WINE LICENSE. . William IJhren applied for a Colonial Wino License for tho old Torringtou Hotel, Molo Tableland. Mr. ...

FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

FAREWELL SOCIAL THE Rev.B. Lane, who has occupied the pulpit of the local Wcsleyan Church for the post three years, and who has been re cently moved to Parkes, was togethor   with Mrs Lane entertained at a farewell' social on Wednesday evening last. There   was a large gathering of all denominations, Mr W Reid occupying the chair.. Dur ing the evening the following musical items were rendered :-Duet, "O Lovely .Peaco, Mrs. Lane and Mr. R. E. Walker ; Solo. " In the Cathedral, Mr. Pike j Sob, " My Lifofo'r Thee," Mr. Bassan. Mr. E. W. A'hortot also gavo a humorous ro citation. Speeches of a farewell character woro delivered hy the Chairman, thoRov. R. Dill-Macky, Messrs. J. H. Roper and T. M. Walker, which were feelingly re sponded to by the Rev. B. Lane. Mr. .Walker also took .occasion to refer to the loss the Church would sustain hy the temporary j absence of" Miss Ethel Reid, tho organist, who was going on a trip to ?Scotland,"and concluded a most compli ...

THE TENTERFIELD Interrolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, APRIL 6. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

THfc'TENTERFiEl L> Jntcrraiffntal Cornier' - * ' AND ' ' Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, APRIL 6. V LOCAL NEWS. NEW AUCTIONEER.-At tlio .police Court.on..Tuesday,:W." J. Gibson applied foe n district' auctioneer's, license, whioh WI1H granti-d by tlioHrnclr, Mr. Gibson holds his firsfsnlo oil Saturday week. Annuai. LEASES,--The; following annual - least s havolieon applied fur since our lust issueLeonard Gillespie 640 acres and ?'Alburtj. Lumtr 350 acres, boll) in parish ? Acacia, County Buller. John Grogon, 640 .acres. parish-Clifton .County.Olive. _-.*»>' NEW, BOOKS.-WO arc informed l>y the . 'Sccii'tory of the School of Arts (lmt the . tirft'-onn^nment of ilie new books ordered ; arrived yesterday, and were placed in dis 'tribw inn Inst night: lho major portion of" ? the. however, wilfcomo to hand by ' Enosj'k goods train and will be ready for '-distribution on the- following day.», ..tDbaikks in Rl'ins,' and ? Hide, ond'.othcr . promico, to.whom I lie l...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

Look well ^ur'°LIVER should perform its functions properly . .... Feel well of the body . should work in harmony .... Be well S/MSfT world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's Schnapps YOU WILL gj LOOK WELL | FEEL WELL and BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific Tor Liver * Ailments-is a ..?stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and' invigorates the bowels and kidneys. Ask for WOLFE'S iho Real Original Schnapps. BOLIVIA HOTEL. r William Reading HAS RE-OPENED the Old and Well known KOLIVJA. HOTEL, and w 11 be glnd to wclentuc the local and travelling public. Only tho Best Brands of Wines & Spirits. Best of Accommodation. Good Paddocks, Horses broken in to Saddle and Harness. . Groom iu attendance. W. READING. Proprietor. ICO riTT-STREET, SYDNEY. *iieLargest, Most Varied Stock of Patent Med clnes, Clituilftt»* and PrupgifcU' Sundries, and Sur rical Appliances in tlic Southern Hemisphere Noth fng hut best quality of Good:) kept. Prices ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

1710R SALB, 200 Baga Good Sound OATS, in 'luts to 'suit purchasers,-W. J. GIBSON, Auctioneer, &c.. Tenterfinld.. . "\TTANTED A FARM, ulao n CRAZING ; VV ESTATE, near .lVnterfield.-W. 'J. GIBSON, Auctioneor, &c., '1 enterfieUV Wanted. ANTED n GIRL. Apply'to" MRS. A. 0.: STEVENSON, . - CBrutyno, Miloe-at. Lost. , T OST on Thursday Ia»t a GOLD BROOCH JLj .'Willi Opal fatting; Finder will bo rewarded', ou returning same to . MitF. c. r. wukreat. TENDERS. TENDERS «ro oaiiod for SUPPLYING the AVEBBS MINIS with FIVE CORlJS OF 4 fiietJflREVVOOD PER DAY (to be'paid for bv tbi* coid) for a PERIOD of SIX MONTHS* A good road ha£ been constricted into a"1urgo quantity of the kind :,of wood required (Iron bark, Box, Gtim;. or SftincylarkJ, not mare than mHe from-lbo Mine. T<n Ura to be in on or before WEDNESDAY, lSih instaut, ad dressed to . \ . . NORMAN OUBLS :» ' Contractor. " . Emmavillo, 8U1 April, 10C0. Notice. u r\Nt und. nftcr the 101U APRIL, the - following PRIC...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, I SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Wheat, 2s 9d" ' Flour, LG 5s to L6 10s Chicfcwlient, 2s 3d to 2s 6d 'Chaff, L210s to L3 15s , Potatoes L2 to L3 10s Maize, 2s Gd to 2s 9d ' ' Oats, 2s 6<1 to 2s 8d . v . Xueorne, L2 5sto L2 15s Butter, creamery, 81d ; factory, 7Jd to 8|'t dairy, GA to 7d. :

The Attempted, Assassination of Prince of Wales. THE ALLEGED INSTIGATOR ARRESTED. LONDON, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

The Attempted,Assassina tion of Prince of Wales...." THE ALLEGED INSTIGATOR ARRESTED. LONDON, April 5. / Further particulars Imvo now been.re ceived of the attempt mado on tho lifo of the Princ9 of Wales at Brussels. His Royal Highness and the Princess of Wales were on their way to .Copenhagen to bo present at tho celebration of the birthday of the King of Denmark, on the 8th in stant, and to spend Easter. & The Royal party left Charing Cross Station (London) ycsiordhy morning and crossed theEnglish Channel to CuUia, proceeding thence to Brussels* Whun the train. was leaving the Northern for tho Southern stHliou at Brussels, at half-past 5 o'clock last even ing, the engine-driver heard shots tired, and at once stopped the train. Sipido, who had tired two shots, was then standing on the footboard, with his revolver, thrust through tho open window of the- fuIOOII curiinge, apparently intending to tire a third shot. Tho station-master and others I arrested Sipido, who vociferat...

THE TENTERFIELD) Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, APRIL 10. Agricultural and Live Stock Exhibits. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

THE. TENTERFiEl L) JiTlcrroioiual dfmuitr AND . Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, APIUL 10." . Agricultural and Live Stock . " Exhibits. . FROM tlie Government Printeriwe' have received a copy of tho "Agricultural, and Live Stock Statistics," for the-year ended Matcli,- iaOO. .Tho workwaa'conipiled by Mr. T. A: Cog]ilan, Govornnicnt StntiB ticmn.,Tlie ? publication-'shows that^tliei. foi'al area;cultivafi!d:foi\"Wlieiitlast;season ampuntcdtol,83'J,G2CiicreH;:of. which. l;42i,965 were reaped fi>r'grain forla.total yield of 13,586,377 l'uslk'!ii~-an average for ,tbe. colony bnaliels per aero. The coast disti ids c.inie out best with au average yield t'f 14-3 bushels ; the table ilinciK. next, .'tvprii^a 13'8 bushels j the u'chiA'rn slopes 'ftvtrHged. 0*3 . bushels ; whilst the Riyui :i!:i.a!)d Hio western plaiuB trought up tlib rear,- each withWaverage of only 4'5'busbclH per aero. 414,661 acres ; of wheat were cut for, hay for an average of less thau "a ton,(0'9): ...

COMMONWEALTH BILL. LONDON, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

COMMONWEALTH BILL. ' I LO.NDON, April C. The federal delegates from the A UKtralian .eolonieshiivo had n j>r<itrao: i-<l consulta tii>n>itii ihuRight Riiii. J: Chamberlain. Secretary of State for .'the Colonies. and "tlio Eurlof SalWno,'Under Sucreiary fpr tlie'Colonii-o; with i-cgaid to tlio Cuuimnn wealth Gill, which in about to bo int.ro ducid'in iho House of Commons;- -J ho. details of. the consultation huvo not boon niude.pub'ie, but it is kuown that the delegatus bUuiii<ly pressed tlmt tlio bill a# adopted by the colonies should bi^passed l>y the Imperial Parliament without alter ation. ' Eventually Mr. W. P. Reoves; who - is representing l ho New Zealand . Govern ment, mid Mr. S. H. Parker, tlio-special delegate from Western Australia; .-.woro summoned to the consultation, and- they supplemented their pruvbusly-writlo-i statement in support of the- proposed amendments to the Commonwealth-Bill, and they replied to various questions ...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

LOCAL NEWS. SHEADING RATES.-Tho Pastoralist Union of Now South Wales linB decided._to in crease tlio maximum shearing rates tliiu season in thosedist riots where less than 20s per 100 hnsbecn previously puid, tlio ob ject being to secure uniformity throughr out the colony: : OFF TO TBE^WAE.-St George's Day, 23rd inst, has beon fixed for tho Depnrturo of "tho Imperial Bushmen's Contingent. Tho day will bo proclaimed a public holi day .in Sydney. POLICB CouitT.-At this Court yesterday morning, d case pf P. Cowley* Inspector of Stock v. John Smith for, breach of regula tions, W'IB postponed on the application ot Mr. C. W. lieadott, who appeared to prosecuto., . JREVISION COUBT.-A Cou-t for thopur poso of revising tho provisional Electoral lisfc.for the month of March will no held at the Court Houso. on ihe 24th instant at 10a.m. . LICKNBIKO COURT,- At tlio adjourned moetiin'of the Licensing Court, which was held' yesterday./liafore' Messrs.. M. H. Fitzliardinge, P.M., and-E. W. Whereat...

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