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SOCIAL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

'^ SOCIAL DANCE.' : . In Iho evening a .bnll .will be.hold in the Gyinnnsium ,'Jlns. hns bcun orga ?nised by:n-..few, ludtfiB, who; are siuiguino! .of.?,a big ^attendance, v und n ?: Bucoosstul issue,for tlio object in view.', ? ,?

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual fortnightly meeting of tho abovo was held on Monday last, when thoro was present: Aid. Jucrgons, Kelly, Toohoy, Roper, Crisp,7 Walker, Soaimerlad, and E. W. Wlieroat, In the absence of tho Mayor, Alderman Jubrgens was voted to tho cliair. ' Tho mipiitoa of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. - ConrtESPokPENCE. Outward-:- (1) From the Mayor to Mrs. ,W. Hi- Walkor as followaDear Mrs. W'nikei',-I desire on behalf of the Muni cipal- Council of Tentertield to offer to you o'ur'deepest sympathy in the death of Mr. Walker: Words cannot express to you our feelings with reference to tlio vory sad bbreaveihent you are called upon to boar, and:', wo fool that our town and country has lost ono of its best representatives. W. IIKID, Mayor. (2) To Mr. Lee, M.P., irelativo to tho Council's desire to obtain from tho Minister for Works tho sorvices of a sanitary engineer to furnish the Council with a roport on the sanitary con dition, also on tho conditions of ...

BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

BU BON IC'PLAGU E-. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. : TwofI'CBllcaB6a^o^^plngdwl^^o.r6J)arteil Ijisb liighfc, namelyArthur Bullook, of Tempo; and JiWi METcrinessey; 'of ; Ohip-;I pendale.' OPho former has since died.'' . ?. .ThU makes 7 fresh cases since yesterday; morning. - "<; Barriers have "been erected -along , tho ;eaWt side ofEllzhbethrStreetnearBelmore Park, V and . ; ImtweEm^Goulbtirnv.'nnd Campbell ;, strcetsjV . ;the^ to Macquarie-Bti'eet. SoutlvJ ' isblatin^ ; tho whole- of that: area,.. ineludiiig:;Wexford street. v ; Tlioro ? aro ? alsp'.sovornl "suspected cases under observation. , .. ' TlieNew Zealand- Government is-cori-. >ideiing the' advisability of declaring the whole of; thorSoulli Son Islands plague infected. /-... 2 oases 'of plague liavobeen reported from Froriiantle, .West Australia.;; The names of tho . patients are-William Campbell; aged 19 ; and William Wilson, aged 25. Tho former has died. Tho quarantining of Wexford-streot lias 1 caused quite a scare amo...

Death of an Infant. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

Death' of an Infant. . The infant child of Mr. H. Pritclmrd succuiiitied to tho effects of a cold "on: Wednesday afternoon; ;.,Wo' have to^ ex press our.- deopest sympathy. with the parents in their sa'd^ bereavement. ' .

ITCHINESS OF THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

I . ITCHINESS OP THE SKIN. Ever hare any irritation of skin 1 There are many forms of it, any of thorn bad utiousih to tax your patieww Hemorrhoid a pl;i«uo of tho night; no vest ,ior the sufferer from this complaint. Eczema, too : hives don't sound dimserous hut liny cnuse.much misery 10 those unfortunate, enough to ho troubled with them. Donn's Ointment is a wonder for any such trouble. N" troublesome irritation of the tskm can resist' its healing, soothing influence. Lots of people'known this now. Mrs Owen Dunn, Tayl"r Sti, Glen Iuued nays:-"'UsedDoan's Ointment for pimples which broke out on my baby. These pimples were very irritable and tho baby used to scratch tliom and- at night tho irritation would keep him awake. Wlinu I squeezed them a sort of corrup-. tiou used to coma out. They seemed to lie very obstinate, but Igota box of Dean's Ointment and that night I squeezed each; Pimple and then applied the ointment andotbo next inorriiug I noticed u, vast improveveinont. Tt soot...

PRIVATE PICNIC PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

'PRIVATE PICNIC-PARTIES;' . ::A- numberof privute pionic parties have' been arranged m local circles for the' day.': Tim choson gpots will -be -in the. Boonoo Botnoo and;Bluff River .districts^- v * ' .

SUNNYSIDE FARMERS UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

8UNNYSIDE FARMERS UNION. THE monthly meeting'of ? this union was hold ftb Mr. La wlor's . oil Tuesday mglifc last, when bwing to the. rough state of the weacheroiily a fair attendance was pre* sent." Tho minutes; of fclip previous meet ing .woro read arid adopted. Correspond ence was read ' from (1.) : J* Barnard, stating price of second ; hand bags. W.; From Mr. W/ J. Gibson, stating - ho iiad started business ' in Tentertield as auctioneer/; The following let-ter was^ro ceived-from Mr.' T.: Walker, on bolmlr or his mbtlior Mrs.: fl« Walker 1 write tu acknowledge receipt of y^ur lottor of:29th uUinib, and to thank tho moinbers of yourjiini««h for the message ot sympaUiy you have^ been , sb kind as to forwards My livto father-always took an interest'in the 'operations of your union, and boHovetHt hud ar,gveafc . field of use fulness." The correspondence .road was received. '.The; Secretary , handed in ". chequo for 1/2 2s. . heiny the. amount of second prize for trophy/at lute Show....

THE EASTER HOLIDAYS. Border Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

.THE EASTER; HOLIDAYS. Border Sports. THIS - year; the 's attention of pleasure seekois will bo chiefly dirocted to. the; Border, where sportB of a varied kind will be.held. These are usually.of n very enjoyable naturo, and thu promoters on this occasion ;have left nothing undone to make tho day ono of distinction. A capi tal programme, comprising horse racing, and athletic events 1ms been compiled, and as the trysting ground is within easy distance of the town by rail or roa'l, there is sure to bo a ? big gathering present of visitor's and .neighboring, folk. - Adequate provision has been made for .the . comfort of everybody, arid wo' hope that .our friends on tho dividing, lino will have a high old time of it. Following aro the handicaps for the Border Handicap : J. l)ay... ... ... ... 3 yards C. Dickson .. ?T. Pritchard M.. -Long .. \V. Wlutton 11. Bruco J. Garrett... J. M'Goir

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

Look well ^,0T ' ?" , should perform its functions properly . . » . . To. feel well r- a ti ;aU the oroaru feel Well :ot. - the boay should work in harmony » ? « » Be well m^tXf Th" ?world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps* BY DRINKING 9. YOU WILL LOOK WELL FEEL WELL and BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Liver . Ailments-is a stimulant that aids ;.pigcstion, it tones the stomach and" invigorates the bowels and kidneys. Ask -for WOLFE'S' tho Real Original Schnapps, Bu.'.:VlA HOTEL. .William Heading ? ,':H-OPKNED the Old sod Well ?nil ItOUVld HOTEL, and w II :i ". urjfv'tn.: tho local and travelling iua-jScst Brands of .Wines & Spirits. lommodation. G'je: «n in to Saddle £ >ttundance, W. READING. Best of .ijcedininodotion. Good Paddocks. ' Horses.broken iu to Saddle aod Harness. . Groom, in'attendance. Proprietor. Washington H.Soul & Co. Great Drug Emporiums, ICO PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. . »JIo Largest, Most Marled Stock of Patent Med jCines, Chcmfo...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, APRIL 13. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

THE TENTERFiEl I jivtci'r olbaiial Crriuiev , .' 'J-.' ' _ AND * . - Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate V ; FRIDAY, APEITj 13. ; LOCAL NEWS. ,OunsELVEs;~We beg to 'intimate that with tho .object of giving our staff tho :r benefit of tho Easter Holidays, the next ?t issue of the Courieu will be published on ' Wednesday morning the 18th April, in stead of-Tuesday 17th instant. Adver tisers Hill pleaso note this alteration. The INDIAN FAMINE;-The TJOH Mayor of London lms been assured by tlioauthor-. ties in India that tho famine- affects; 85,000.000 penplo. It. is not - expectcd tho dmtress will abate, until July. ...The -Lord . Mayor's fund now amounts, to : £165,000.r There avo now 5,0^0,000 pur sons receiving relief in India; . POLICE COMIT;-Atthis Court on Tues day beforo Hio l'olico Magistrate and Mr.;. ?E. W. Wheroat, :J.P.; Jfidward: Baird' ap peared on smnmons charged with assault ing C. M. o; Blitir on tho 2nd April last, 'and pleading|guilty. was lined 20s, with*21s pro...

OBITUARY. Death of Mr. D. Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

OBITUARY. Death of Mr. D. Murphy. Another of the pioneers of Tenterfield,   in the. person of Mr Daniel Murphy, of Groombridge Swamp; passed away on Tuesday afternoon, after am illness of, some years. The deceased, who was 82 years of age at the time of his death, was a resident of many years standing, and the father of a large family comprising five sons and three daughters, all of whom are grown up. His aged wife also survives him, with whom and the family general sympathy is expressed in their bereavement. The funeral took place yesterday   afternoon, the mortuary arrangements being conducted by Mr Thomas Clarke.   The cortege was a lengthy one, comprising some 37 vehicles, and over 50 horsemen. Tho services were performed by the Rev. P. Corcoran, P.P. in an impressive manner.'  

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 April 1900

. A UCTION SALE.-l?arm Froiluoo . xi. Poultry. Turkeys, Eggs, Vcgo table*, &c., &c. Several Horses, Spring.Curt*; and Hariics®, TO-MORROW,. (SATUIU DAY) fit 2 o'clock, and evey week,-W.J GIBSON, Auctioneer. i TO the Editor o! tho Tbntrbpikld IN TERCOLONIAL . CouiUEit.' v WILL BborJy ho published tlic .Extra ordmujy Personul Experiences of Edwaiid IitUY, as A SijuMtur and Stockholder of o N. S, Wulc8, from' the yeart.1842. : ^ EDWARD IRBY. SOCIAL DANCE. 4 SOCIAL J)ANCE willhn held in Mho; X3L Gymnasium . HftU- <m .; MONDAY' . EVENING. NEXT, April- )6th. Refresh meats' provided. Ladies Tickcte;. 1B Cd ; Geut8, 2a. Dancing at 8 p.m. " '. : Local-Lund Board Oflice, ' ' . : . Armidalo ,10th. April, 1000.;:: NOTICE Is-hereby given that -Meetings ... of the Local Land Boardu, under the provisions of the Crown Landu-Act of-1884j will he held ab Court House Tentoi foldj 14th May, .1900* v Wilson's Downfall,'16th May," 1900/ ' ' F. G. FItyLEY, * i Chairman. CHRIST O...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. LONDON APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

LONDON Aruir, 16. . Tho siogo of Wepenor continues. During three day's fighting tho British list 18.1cillod, and 132. wounded, ?. The Boors, who aro fatigued and des pondont, foar that they will be Burroundcd by the relief forcos. Four of the Boor Commandants have been wounded; and several guns disabled. Generals BralmDt and Ghermsido with I a reliof force, have started for- Wopener. President Krugor will attend tho con forenco of Boor Commandants at Brand forto. ? , It is reported that the Transvaalors have deoided to retire across tho Ynal Bivor, . if .pressed, leaving the Free Statora to fchoir face. The patrol of Lord Kitchener's force reconnoitred within 6 miles of Brandfort. whoio only 2000 Boers wero laddered. Tins Australian foroe surprised a num ber »f Boors at Glen Camp, arresting several Julvannenberi; Pulicv. President Krugcr ia treating the colonial prisoners at Pretoria as criminals nod refusing ihem medicine. Lord Roberts has protested against this course of conduct. ...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

LONDON. Ai'itiL.12.. Lord.Rohtirts lias warned the Dutch of Northern Capo Colony that unless they remain, ^quiescent tliey will be court, miirtiiilled. ? ' ?: l'ho British aru entrenching Bloemfon loin, wliioli \muivns a largo force under .Liird.:RM)«rts \\vill be liberated, and lnatch-jnorthwardi with -Ovnerata Bailer and Metliuon's siipporton each flank. j 1 ho!,North Bolder of Cape Colony is Bocure from'Bper aggression. I DiUgetty'B .force at NVepener havo ovor turnedthe enemy's big gun. Dalgetty is | cnufident-that he can hold fclio town un tiU roinforced. ; TUo Boers iue noar Aliwal North. ; ? Mr. Fischer declares that Sir Alfred < Milner went to the Cape commissioned to induce war. ' Mr. Schreiner has recalled the railway employes who volunteered for the front, . although the Imperial Government urged an extension of leave. The total British casualties to April 7th ?were 17,701, (exclusive of those at .. JRoddesburg), 2171 being killed. . c- It«'y declines to interv...

SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

SYDNEY, \ j , . T MONDAT. Mr'. Lyne loaves for Melboune to morrowto attend tho Conference of Prbmiers with reference to the.Common-, wealth Bill. . . -The first meeting of the Eublio Accounts Commission will probably be heljl on Wednesday. .. Thirty thousand pooplo wore present at tho show on Saturday. : : . _ TUESDAY NIGHT. . Tin ore is quoted at22s-6d per unit. SeriouB floods are reported from Gippa land, Victoria. Many sottler's houses are submerged,'and women and children havo been removed with difficulty. . A boaj^containins eight men capsized at Middlo Head yesterday, the occupants being rescued by the crow of the steamor Koonoowarra. At the Military Camp, Melbourne, yes terday, six of the militia were removed by, strotchor bearers. They wero suffering, severely from exposure. Cold' , westerly . feather continues. Show has fallen in many places.. It was four feet in depth at Kiaudra. \ Tho Protectionist Conference appointed fo. consider the Federal Tariff, hold - their initial...

Sydney Show. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

Sydney Show. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. IN tho jumping contests yestorday, the Gent's Hunting Contest, was won by . Venture, Pippo 2, Mornno 3. The High Jump resulted in Andovcr and Gladys each clearing 6ft Sin, and being even >. divided tho prize. 40,000 peoplu wero present it the.Show yesterday, being n record attendance for Easter Monday. The Show this afternoon was attended by about 10,000 spectators. *

Tattersall's Sweeps. SYDNEY, TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

Tattersall's Sweeps SYDNEY, TUESDAY NIGHT. Tna first priza in Tnt'"ei/sftll's sweep on tho Doncaster Handicap was won by P. Poole, Queensland ; tho second and third prized girto South Africa and Tasmania respectively. In tho sweep on tho Syd ney Cup, the first prizo waB won by n Carriers Syndicate nt Bundabcrg, the secontl'hy J. Sinclair, ltntidtrick ; and the third goes to Melbourno.

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, Tuesuay Nioht. Wheat, 2s 9d Flour, LC 5s to L6 10s Oliickwliont, 2a 3(1 to 2s 6d Clmlf, T,210s to Ij3 15S Potatoes L2 to L3 10s Maize, 2s Od to 2s 9d Oats, 2s Cd to 2s Sd Lucerne, L2 5s to L2 15s Butter, crenniory, 8Sd ; factory, 7id to 8i j dairy, 6 J to 7d.

TELEGRAMS. The Paris Exhibition. THE OPENING CEREMONY. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

TELEGRAMS.: The Paris Exhibition.-^ THE OPENING- CEREMONY. - LONDON, MONDAY. Pbesident Loubct formally opened the ' Pans Exhibition to-dny. Ho declared that ? - the underlying principle of the manifold . organised social efforts of the people was for the common good, and the distinguish ing characteristic of the Exhibition being to illustrate these social efforts. When the President runched Alexander III bridge in the Russian Facadn, a great Franco-Russian demonstration arose. The exhibition was visited by a quarter of a million of peoplo on Sunday.

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

Brief "Mention. .CONVENT school picnic to-day." . : : ; HOSPITAL meetings to-night,^ . ' A MEETING of the Jookpy, Club, will b» hold at Leis' Hotel ^(vmorrow^night.' Mr. A. J. Boracalls fyrtoridtrs for cart ing Timber for Trtbuliipi bridge.. ; THE services.pty'pe'rson/ara required by tho Council" for delivering rate ABSO'BS ment papers. ' 1. . . DORINO . lasfc week 700. horses woro'pur chased in the Casino distriet;for war pur poses. . ; SNOW is reported on , Easter Monday from many parta'of the country, including Arniidnle, ' v , . ItAZAAn.in the Parishi-Hall to-morrow afternoon.-' . - THE Post Office ab Croydpnl Sydney, has been burglariously entered,, and the safe, containing LlOO, .-removed to the back yard, and opened. . , . SENIOU-SEBOEANT EVANS, of Armidale, has been .promoted to- thoxank of Acting Sub-Inspector at Inverell.V THE Sydney Corn Exchange was open ed on Monday in the Queen Victoria Mark ets. A largo number, of firms have all ready joined the Exchange, and a pros p...

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