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

The Bubonic Plague. - in Sydney is 'causing; greet anxiety, ana considering (lio numljer (if cases this is .not to boWondered ut. Daring tlifl prevahuico of Ihe plague in Hong Kong the greatest re lief unaobtained. from llie usu of Faulding's Kuculyptus Oil. Vide Government Report, TUB COMMONWEALTH BILL.--Mr.'Henry Copchmd was hisfc week entortainedby his political nfesooiiiteH arid olhei' friends at a banquet; on tho ovo of lfis departure for London to (alto . up the position oi Agenfc Genornl. The Premier, Mr.; Lyne, in proposing (lie toast of " FederiUvAustpi lia, " stated that if any further instruct ions were sent by liim to-Ml-.- Barton us tlio federal delegate.' representing tho colony, it would, be to "iJiirsist. in tho couise lio was:doin« to got the common wutfth liill uccepled without amendment, nB boon as possible. Tho Federation of Australia WIIH II matter which oould' riot bo fui lht'r delayed, nud he was totally op posed to any ,aow j0 fho pooplo,

IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

IN MEMOEIAM SERVICE. O.N Sunday evening lust a special service was conducted in tlio local Presliytorinn Church by [this Rev. Dill-Mucky, having reference to tlio bereavement that hail taken place in cuimcctimi with tho Chun-li. by tho death of Mr. W. H. Wnlkor, of Tciilerlielcl Station. Tho Church was crowded to oxcchs. Tlio rostrum was tastefully draped with mourning, and on tho scat of tho deported was hung n beautiful wreath. The musical part of tho sorvicc was quito in harmony with tho occasion. Tlio hymns wero solemn and hearing on tho subject. Tho "Dead March in Saul " was cfi'ectivoly rendered by the organist, Mr. P. Hunnay, and nt the close of tho service tho congregation sang the lato Mr. Walker's fnvorito nyuin, "Nqarer my God to Tlieo." Tho rev. gentleman took for his text, Revolutions 14-13 : " Aridl heard a voice from Heaven "saying: unto me Writo, Blessed! are the dciid-wtiich die in tlio Lord from hence forth ; Yea .eiutli the Spirit, that tlioy liiivy vest fionOthei...

FARMER'S AND SETTLER'S ASSOCIATI0N. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

FARMER'S AND SETTLER'S ' > .' ASS00IATI02T. ' ; . A .meetino of the committoe cif theali07a Association took plaeo in tho School1 of Arts on Saturday lust, tho 7tlvinstant, when tlic.i'o Wero present: Musars. Hi Bates (President),- Lawlor, D. B.' Weir, J. Aithur,T. Miller, J. Corrin, Williams, A. Sominerlad. W. II. .UndeTwocd {Trea surer), und J..Telford (Secretary).\Mossrs J. Bailey, Hollyl and Hawkins, mombers of tho: Association wore iiIho m attend ance. -,V Mjmites. Tho minutes^oftlio ..previous mooting having beau read,. tho President raised an objection, which developed into ..air un usual leugtliy debute. Tho Secretary (Mr. - Telford) roso to mako an'explanation, and illdoing sosaid ho was quite at variance with- tho Presi dent, as he the (Secretary^, was> also a member of tho'Bye-Lii'w Committee, and never foja moment thought their delibera tions in connection with tho Rules nnd Bye-laws were to lie linal and binding, : but that whatever they did was subject to approva...

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

LAND CGGBT. A HlNar.B day's sitting of t.Iio local Land Uimrd was hold at tho Court Houso yes terday, beforo Messrs. F. G, Finley (Chairman), I. Whereat, and M H. Fitzhardingo, when tho folloiving.caSos were disposed of : - Aloxapder Pillar, for o P 99-20 of 193 a nnd o L 99-23 of 579a. Confirmed, rent 2Jd per acre. .. James Hefforuan, for 0 T 00-18 of - 10.0a, and o L 00-19 of 800.1. Disallowed. Mary Bigney, for o 1 99-25 of120a. Confirmed. rent. 2Jd per aero.' George Bock, for c I. 99/58 of-'60ft. . Con firmod, rent 2Jd per acre. . -' '-v.v Eiehard Stnck, for ii s 00-2 of 37Jo., Disallowed. . . Edward H.' Melling, for A . l'00-20 of 610a, Becommended, rent ^61 6s 8d James M'Loau.for A i.'s 00 21 and 22 of 640a oaeb. Becommended, ront 6s 8d. . 'George Bock, jun., for permission to en close or 96-19 of 19a, lr. 30p. Granted. John Braid, for A J< 00-23 of 640a. Be commefided rent, jei 63 8d. Horace-Clay Bendall, for suspension. of residence on o v S6-8 of 100a. Granted six...

PHILLIP DIVISION ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

PHILLIP DIVISION ELECTION. 'L'HH oluotiou of n Piirlmmentury ropro iuii-s tutivo for Phillip Division in ;tlio plnoo of ? Mr. II: Oopeliiiid, who Ims iiccoptedtho position of Ayont-Gonoiiil, took^plnco-on JSftturdily. iiiid resulted 111 tlio.. return of *MrJ ^1)1111 . O'Connor by 134 ,votes... Tha ." :foHoivmg ls tlio resultof tho poll :rr : : DAN 0 CONNOR 4D3 x HOLLIS 3ii) MOLONEY ' ..., ...1 101

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

Post Office Time Table. MARS er.osE roii - ... Wilsons' Downfall. mid . IJnoiioo IlQOncn, Ttic^'iiy »Rf! I'ri.liir.' nt 0-30 p.m. . Sydney,-Gleirtmii-s Avinid.ilp, .'MaittnnK, t and Now :aa.t!e, O-IK^'^iu.; (SuturilnyR . o.ve(,iJt/"3. ' ' - ? . T.ibUlam, Gnuio. T.isinore, and Richmond River-D.iily,' except..'Sunday,, lit-12 noon ; leavc'nl ] . rimlnvra, and Sfcinljloolt--T.ueailny and T'riday, at 0",i0 plui. : Leavo Weilncs . - day anil Satnrdiiy atG'a.n],; 'i /Drake,: Sandy Iliil, and; KoaRitorvillc Daily lit 12 noon,-.. Le:tvii at.l'2'30p.n]. . . iSonsliuw-'Monday and Friday, at 9/30 t ? p.m. . Leiivo-Tuesday . and. Saturday at 5 a.m. ' " . Ilryan'fl,Gap^-Tuesday and Friday at li'45' ? a.ita. ??' I Wallangarra and '. Queenslnn3. daily ; at 10 30'a.rtn. (Sunday excepted.) . ' jfAita AiutiVK THOU . Sydney, .Glen Innes, ;AriiidaTe,. West Jlaitlaud, and Newcastle1-Daily.(ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.nj. . / : Boonoo Boouoo, and Wilson's'^Downfali Thursday and Sunday,-ot li*80p m, : . '...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A PHAGllANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE I MOUTHWASH, [ Tito most offoctlvri pr pnrntlon for c,l<UUng ih<5 mouth of tho aroma of tobicco, and lotwing a pleasant tasto. >F. C. CALVERT & CO., MAHCHESTER. 75 Gold <£ Stttir Sfedalt an<i Diploma*. © Solicitors.' - UE3G-.AJCi. -V-. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrate}, & o" Rouso-3trooV - - Tontorflold. A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITij rt\. for N. S. Wales, Queensland, and other colonial ~ 13. Local llepresnntativo of the Norwich Union iiire Insurance /Sooiety,. iml the National Mr.tuul Lifo Aeaaomtiou.of Aus tinUsm, Lumlul- " Trust Monoy to Lond.on Approved **? Security. . . ., - ? P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, » Glen Innes. CTTItL VISIT TENTERPIKLD and YY attend Court when'rcquired. - Xiegal. C. Wood' Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer,' &e., - HAS 'cowmcuocd >Praclico:; in-Tcntci fiold, ):ext door to Mr. O. Fulding's Store. ? - . . j " Money to Lo...

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

" WEALTH OF,i NATIONS," Messrs. T. C. Williams Co., of Bichmond, Virginia, U.S.A., have prepaied far tin market a. HighGrade Dark Tobacco under the brand of " Wealth of Nations.". The knowledge which the manufacturers have gainer) in supplying the favorite l>randa'o.t'ViMiUur.i;1 NunRet, Victory, and Diadem, enables them to confidently rucoioiiiend .« TCasiUt '. "f i£., ;?®OKi3ES OP DAEK TOBACCO. OBTAINi) .LL LEADING TOBACCONISTS AND STOKES. LSTiU SfOT -DJSJCEIViilD ! ! r DOG'S HEAD ALE AND STOUT IS THE BEST Til IT' CAN BE PEODUCED: SEE THAT YOU GET IT. r r SPECIALITY . SILVER WATEKBqilY WATCH: LOW PRICE. HIGH QUALITY, ALSO IN NICKEL, GILT AND ROLLED GOLD. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. The LONDON "TIMES":-"A sound, Honest Brandy." ' The '' LANCET ":-" Of a Fragrance, Quality, and Puri'y and second to none." ?The," BRITISH MEDICAL JOUBNAL":-"A Pure Product, well worth the atten ?."?f .tion of the Profession." Tjtetc Qualities arc further testified to by many Hospitals and Medical Men...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

Railway Time Table. _ Tlio mail train for Sydney loaves Tenter . field nt .7'Ifl. p.m. - dailyj Satrr^iys er-: ouptod, und for lJrisbane u."TX*30Tg;ot.) daily, Sunday!) aifflpted. The Goods Train leaves.Tenteriieil for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday, . and . atarday mornings at 0 it.ro., and ar ivoa from Sydney every Monday, Wed-' jiesduy, and Friday evenings lU 4'45 p.m. , Tho faros between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tcuteiflold aud Brisbane are as, follow:- - . ? . . - ' ThiItebsield io Sidsbi. >' 1st ( lasi ; Single ..... ... JB4 !. 0 2nd Ulan,Single ... ->2 10. 0 * .. Eetui'i.Tielietsiiavailable fori r' ? . Two Moiitlic. 1 - .1st Clasiiv ... ... .25 12 0 . 2ndClais ...' ". ... 3 10 0 .WADANOABHA .> OYBuISLANB. i ' . 1st Clnsu; Single JEI 19^: - < 2nd Clws, Siiifflo ... 16 5 1st Clas i, Roturn .. . . 2 10 5~ 2nd Clais, Eetuco ... 1 18 ^ 2

The Queen at Dublin. ENTHUSIASM UNPARALLELED. LONDON, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

. The Queen at Dublin.- - '-ENTHUSIASM UNPARALLELED; LONDON, April 5. ' Tlio. Queon mado. a triumphal entry :? into ' Dublin to:(liiy,:?;,tlio scuno of ? on thusiimin hoing unpiinillolcil."'"There wns not nmtiglo noto of discord.-- - ? ... - ^ LONDON.- SUNDAY. Tlio Queoh^wa? gruotod,- with . An indes cribable ovation in tlio poorest qunrteraof ?.????' Dubliji. -Slio vocoivcd 30,000 children in, PlioofiixPark; ?:

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

SYDNEY," _ - MONDAY NIGHT. Tin.oro la-quotedat.22s ^dpor^unifc.;' v The^transporfc, Armenian;-" from i tKe; Cape to convey tlio Bushmen .arrived to day 1 "LONDON, SUNDAY . Owing to the suddon bursting of, a cloud, ^disastrous inundation ,1ms tnkon placom . .Central Texas., A tram was wrockedand sot (.nil lives lost The transport: WmkBold. which toolli dad with the Mexican,near Oapotown; - bruught tho remounts for tho .:force8;' Perfoot disciplino was m-untuiued on board aild most of tho animals worosavod. Tribal fighting has taken , plaeo" in AshantK wlioio the Governor and , his .wife have been isolated. At Humusi the telegraph, lines were cut,- and tho dispatches ''intercepted.. .The; situation is serious.. A force of tho Gold Coa^t 'Constabulary has been sent to tho sccrio. of tho disturbances. . ,

TELEGRAMS. The Financial Committee. MR. REID TAKES EXCEPTION. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

TELEGRAMS. The Financial Committee. MR. REID TAKES EXCEPTION. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. MB. 0. II. UEID takes gravo exception to the appointment of Mr. Yam'ood as, n memborof the financial committee, as he was the Opposition canflidatn nt tlio Inst General Election, and manifested a strong animus towards him by declaring that ovcry innn ought to voto against. Koid unless his politics was to bo treated as a game of pitch and tos».

The Latest. PLAGUE SPREADING. 15 CASES SINCE SATURDAY. 5 YESTERDAY. DR. THOMPSON'S OPINION. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

- Xjajtiosii. PLAGUE SPREADING. 15 OASES SINCE SATURDAY. 5 YESTEU1)AY.> . ,DI{. THOMPSON'S OPINION; SYDNEY, Monday. . During Suturdiiy-mid Sunday 0 frosli cases of plnguo were reportud.-und 0: dlliltllH. ? ... . ; ;iriiO;frosIi/CttBos' woi'o-Sydiioy: Sinitli, agutl; 14, Redferti ; Elizibuth ; Longfordji :Princ&Alfrdd-Ha>ipital-; Elizabeth M'Crido Globe' ; Enoch -Powell, Waverley ; Fred BobIioII;- Hged- 34, King-atrbot; James jMnaun, Paramatta; W, Shaw, Woolloo inooloo j.-Charlea Kennedy, Marriekville ;? and Mary Boshell, King-atroet. _ The doiUliB---Eliz'vliC'tli Longford, Mary .Rawlinson, Fred Boshell, Arthur Yatop, John Gaynoi-, and Mary Quinu. ..: Soveral' pationta at the Quarantine Stationaro ma precarious. condition.(->.... .07 " contacts" .wore .rolensoJ -fro|ii Quuiantino on Saturday and ypsterdny. ; , . , -There' : is considerable.- excitement- in Melbourne .over tho probablo.outbreak of the plague and rumours art) hourly started 'without foundation. MONDAY ...

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

Yesterday's Homebiish Sales ' SYDNEY, MONDAY IIIOINV; MESSRS. Pitt; Son; nn<l Budgory, . report . as follows :- . . ' .937: cnttlo ? were ynrded, rvalues :rboing . ' ' firm or. - . Bullocks, JJ4: to' L10:f8a ; 'cowa, : ,L3:10s to;L618sf ??-Boat boe£,brought" 22s per lOOlbs - ;; V070 .v.sheep ?; ponned,-, tnnrkot i.'.fiymor/. . Wetliorai'Oa to lBsJiJd ;. owos7sOd-to 12s.

The Commonwealth Bill. A PECULIAR CRISIS. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

The Commonwealth Bill. A PECULIAR CUISIS. LONDON, SUNDAY. FURTHER details of tho conference bchyoon tlio federal delegates and Mr. Chamberlain stale the dulurates admitted tho case of New Zealand was not urgent, but it was decided that it would be timuly to mako a fresh ofl'qrt to induce West Australia to join tho Federation. Mr. Chiiinborlain seemed disposed to waive all points at issue except that of the appeal to tho Privy Council, as the matter affected Imperial unity. The delegates said thoy could not ngreoto the proposed amendments without reference to their respective Premiers. Mr. Chamberlain, promised to introduce, the Bill immediately after tho Easter . ro cess if an agreemoethad meanwhile been arranged.: T ? The " Times." publishes an inspired irticlo on tlio Commonwealth Bill, in which instates that the proposed Federal Court would under.somD circumstances bo; tlio ;. worst. possiblo -.tafi bunal. for. tho - de- . cision of constitutional appeals; while the Privy Council...

TRANSVAAL WAR ANOTHER BRITISH LOSS. 5 Companies Captured. LONDON, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

ANOTHER BRITISH LOSS. 5 Companies Captured. ::N '' LONDON, April 5. - : ;lli6 ^inhabitants of Bloomfontuin nru -reBtless at tlio turn of event's. '^ Lord -Roberts has issued au order that aH civilians in Bloemfontein must bo.in doors by 8 o'clock every cvonin^. ^ ;Sevorid residonts in Bloomfontcin have beon;arrestcd for{. trafficking with the enemy. Baden-Powell reported Mafekim; all well.cm the 27th March. The Boers are breaking up their main laager on the west of the " town. General Plumor is advancing.. . . - ^ Commandant Olivier is being reinforced at Kroonstadt. LONDON, APRIL G. A force of Dragoons' has re-captured 90 of the prisonors taken at Doornspruit. General Clements has marched five milos north of Bloemfontein unouposcd. Colonol Brabant's ford'e at Wepcmer en engaged a Bour commando, 9 men being captured. . Colonel Baden-Powell has made an in effective sortio from Mafeking. 70 shells fell' in the town on Friday weolc. 2000 Boers still besiege tlio town, although many hav...

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Letter from Private J. Kelly. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

NEWS'/FBOM THE FBONT. Letter from Private J. Kelly.-: WHITINO to Ill's Tentorfield friends from Bnnk's Drift, Orange Freo State on Mon day nnd Tuesday, 26 th and 27tli February Private J. Kelly says : Just a few lines to let you know that I am still in tho land of tho living, nnd en joying goo'd health. Since writing liist I have undorgone and passed through the greatest of danger. I think your prayers for liiy safety must have saved, me more' than once, for at HmeB tho bullots and pieces of shell woro falling as thick as linil around me. When writing Inst, X com . plained of not. being engaged in any big battle, but I have no need to complain on that seoro now, for I liavo seen plenty of ti, onough to do me for a lifetime. Sunday 11th Fvllruary-was tho first, big battlo I was in. We started across an open plain at daylight, to attack a forco of Boers that held apposition in a long row of kopjes about four, miles in width, tho ad | vance guard got .;within a quarter of imilo of thes...

BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 10 April 1900

BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, April 6./ . George Nicholls, aged 40, who WHS ad mitted to the Quarantiuo Station on Tues day, and arhoao case hud been considered hopeless for the last-day or two died this morning. Elsie Dibley. nbcd 24, residing in Walker-street, JRedfeni, was declared to be pluguo-stricken this afternoon, and was' removed to the quarantine station with five contacte: ' y - During the day nearly sixty :coutacts were released . from quarantine at -tlie North Heiidv^ %;V'.- - : -r The daily .bulletin'^issueUVfrom : the' quarantine station show's'that Dr.' Salter -anticipates two euros having a fatal 'tor-.' miration.- Three other patiorits are still seriously ill, while tlio remainder are progessing favourably. * A boy named Yateo, aged 14 residing in Clarence-street, close to tho iiifectod/ area, was found to be infected with plague this afternoon^ ' . 1 . Owing to a widely-expressed desire, Thursday next is to bp set apart as n day of special prayer ubd humilation in con ?...

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

Brief Mention. /* . PhiQUB spreading. . i; . ATFOTHIRFT Britishloss. ^ " . ' ' - AFFAIRS not too rosy at Bloemfontoin. PATRIOTIC funds in Victoria amount now to £77,000. . .. . ; .. ! RUMORS of nnoHior auctioneer starting in Tentorfiold.' . THE hotels at Arniidiilo are crowded with Sydney visitors. Evidentially running aivay from the jilnguo scaro. : ) MONTHLY mooting of Leech's Gully Union *t Mr. D. Weir's torinorrow night. THE Rev. B. Lane preached his. farewoll sermons to large congregations on Sunday last. Ho leaves for his new sphere of labours by to-night's mail train. ? THE Hawkesbury Handicap on Saturday .wan won .by Wyulong. Surbiton 2, Bomb shell 3. MESSRS T. PEDKRDY and Son will re occupy - t.ho New Maryland Stpres in Rouse-Street on nnd]arter Thursdliy next. Tlio premises have rcountly. undergone a thorough renovation. ' TUB-local Patriotic Fund in Stanthorpo amounts to L213 12s 9d. .>Braro Stan tliorpe. _ " ?' The compulsory clausea of the Educa tion Act are to bo pu...

LEECH'S GULLY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

LSwO:i'S gully" UNION. I :The usual, monthly mooting of tho above \_Si)iuti hold i\t Mr. D. Weir's resi dence on AVednesduy night, whon there were jivesontMessrs Goodrich (chair), Johnson, Smith. Manstield, D. Woir, Wilkie, Geyer,.T. lleid, Underwood, A., Fl., and .T. II. Sonunorlad, Austin, Miliar (3), W, B/iVVcir, Banlloy and jHoskin. The minutes .of tho previous mooting vroru rend and contirmod. - ' . CoitniisroNDuscE. . '(1)-From Mr. JV.; J. Gibson,. intimat ing tliut ill) li;idsluvted business ns auctioned- .111 ?- rentorbekl, and intended lHilduifrW cckly snlua nf produce, &c., and soliciting- tile support V f the farmers. Hib charges For.commission would lis 5 -per cent on produce and-horses, and "2^ per.cont on cattlo, with prompt payroont on day of sale. Aftor discussion, it: . was resolved on.tbo motion of-Mr. Telford, I seconded by Mr. A, Sommcrlad that Mr. | Gibson, bo' informed that the committee | .could : not see, their way clear .to givo | united . support, b...

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