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THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. The Sanitation Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

t ,;,THEi .TENTHRFiSI I) " |iUcrxoIxrnid Comrnr . AND ' Fairfield & Wailangarra: Advocate WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. The Sanitation Question. - IN rcsponse'to a suggestion by Mr. 0. A. Lee, M.P., mid an application from the Mayor to.the Under Secretary for Public Works,'we.liad a visit on Thursday from Mr. Milner, "the Government expert on Sanitation.- The Mayor courteously in forms us that lie had no knowledge of the gentleman's presence in town till late that evening, hence lie was not responsible for the subject of the complaint in our last issue relative to tardy notification to the Press of his visit. In the evening Mr. Milner was met at the Town Hall by the Aldermen, when a lengthy discussion .took place <111 .Sanitary; niatters generally. In the course of his remarks, he expressed the. opinon that the sanitary state of Tcnterfield; was very bad, and we had to thank'the climato alone for immunity from tho epidemics which of Into years have attacked cither towns of...

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

??Fax© Ziaitiest. ,V 'SYDNEY TOKSDAY. - Two fresh cases of plague occurred yea-: terday, the victims being Edward Powell, Sydney; and. Wan 'Hoong a Chinose gardener at Botany. Tlio members of the Iutorcoloniiil Health Conference visited tho quaran tirio'aroa ai)d Government laboratory yes terday. Yesterday another base was discovered on tho steamer South Australian, which has beon quarantined at Melbourne, the patient beingf-Cristopher Nelson a cabin boy. The Auckland City Council have urged the Government to close the Port against all shipping frohi Sydney. TUESDAY NIOHT. Another case was discovered atBalmain this morning, the victim being a lad named Micheal Q'Sullivan, employed in a grocery shoo at Surry Hills. Tho Chirieso patient, Wan Hoong, died, at tho QuarahHne station last night. The Railway Commissioners aro taking' every precaution to provide against com municating the plague, entailing consider able expenditure. in the direction of disin fecting arid'fumigating. The Wexf...

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

I LOCAL NEWS. i : CHRIST CUURCH.-Tho annual vestry mooting, convened for last ovening in the Pariah Hall, has been adjourned for Tuesday evening next at 8 o'clock. The quarterly mooting of tho Parochial Coun cil will l>» hold on Friday evening next. 'FOOTBALL MATCH. - Tho Superior Public School team will meet a combined school toam at Bribe to-dty, when a good day's 'sport is likely to ensue. Some of the Tontarfiold lads left yesterday, and tho balance will go to-day. LAND SELECTIONS.-At the Land, Office yesterday, application was miido for a Special Lease of 200 acre? in tho parish of Oullendore, by Mr. J. J, Duukeld. Mr. Gr. fr\ Pitkin also applied for an annual lease of 42 acres in the parish of Tentcrfield. ST. ' JOSEPH'S CONVENT" SOHOOL PICNIC. -The (\nnual picnio of scholars attending the above echool will take place in Mr. T. Poberdy's paddock, Stoney Creok, to-. I day. Numerous games will bo provided, and a good day spent by the juveniles and their frionds. THE AGRICULTUR...

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

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. Soven froth eases of the plague wero repotted ycsYerdny, viz, Mable Davis, Woojooinooloo ; Hugo Bogan, Kont-st; John ; Quill, Ultimo ; (Villiam Taylor, Woollahra; -Henry. Grifflttis, Glebe; and William Davis, Darlington. Fnrfyrtwo contacts were sent to* tlie quarantine station. William Davis and T, Kennedy diod yesterday." , ?' '.* There has boon 1X1 cases to date, 38 beiiig fatal. ' It is ruinourod that, a 'case of plague ocourred at .Melbourne . pn: a coastal Bteamcr from Oippaland. ; , The Health Officers, attending the. In tercolonial Plaguo, Conference' in Mel bourne have decided, to.':visit Sydney. A'crematorium was erected yesterday at the foot of Bathurst-street, where rats, upon delivery, wero destroyed and paid for by the Government no the rate of two pence each. . : A Chinaman named. Ah Duck hftngod himsolf yesterday at Canterbury, fearing he had; tlie. plague. . A po,Bt mortem showed that he .was suffering, from, a dif ferent complaint.altog...

SANITATION QUESTION. An Expert's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

SANITATION QUESTION. ? An Expert's Report. BY mail train on Thursday morning Mr. Milner, nn official connected with tlie Public Works Department arrived in town for the purpose of gathering data with reference to the future adoption of n system for the proper sanitation of tho town. At a meeting of the Aldermen in tho Tswn Hall that night, the Mayor (Alderman \V. Raid) presiding, the ques tion was dealt with in n conversational manner, and on tho fallowing day Mr. W. H Aubrey (the Council Olerk) drove Mr. Milnorovur the town and afforded him every information. It is understood that Mr. Milner will shortly furnish a report with regard to the sanitary stale of tho town, and it will be then for the Council as a body-to ghe it free and unfettered consideration and act for tho best in the .interests of all concerned,

A SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE. HOW A LANCER ESCAPED FROM THE BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

A SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE, HOW A LANCER ESCAPED FROM 1,? . THE BOERS. ' 'V;'/ ' Titobi'iEti Percy Morris, of Singloton.whose brobhor recbritly .won tho V.O. who was with tlio column whioh oapturod Oronje and his party, writes from the spot under date February 27 :-"You will bo sur prised to learn that I was last night: a prisoner in the Boor Camp. I had a romarkiiblo . oxporierice.. Tho N. S. ' W. MountetMnfantry went out yesterday, morning at 3 tt.m. in a reconnoitring patrol and 1 was captured and taken to the Boer lnagor. Afterwards ilioj brought £four moro of our men to the camp as prisoners. And later on two men who wore wounded. When we wore all together they calmly said to us to bo ready next morning as they intended to Bhoot us. They refused to ' give us any. water to drink, al though .we wore parched. When I asked for a drink' they roplied that they liked torturing Australians and then kill thorn afterwards. That night, though tired, I never slept. At about 2 o'clock in the ...

Post Office Time Table. [?]R [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

Po<r Or?'T Time Table. | . :V ilSi'in J f^X; I, ^t'! i \ ; 1J * > ? i .- !«>»q\*>oY'; ' / . j.- 't-'- _:>ii.|.»".?>>.rjxj : '.-; V»:» m>i,v * \ ^ ^»w (n't u V; ^n.^* txi il ^ t b ttisaiM ,:- ?£: . ':? v:npbn ;'l 30 pi hi'; ->'.- - : ^ - ~ rimbirraY'nirtlSSt^ ... Pr^li»y, «t»ttp;S30.p,tn:. v vLeiivo^AVo'lnes v. G ji.im. .. Oralco. S'm'lytHH!, ' find j/Rnssitorville . -D;vily,^k^l2:.nooi>.': lj(»:ive nt IS'SOp.in. Boashaw^MonH^ n t 9*30 . : ^-pim.. - LoaveATuoaclay^anil^Siiturclay ato a ni. v f. -Bryatfa Gap^Tntfsrtay und Friday at:ll*45 v.Wallarigarra; andw Queensland - daily at ? 10 30 a.m. (Sumiiiy excepted) - ' - MAILS auiiiye puom : Syiney, - Glen Inues, ",;Armidale,<West Maitland, ond Newcastle-Daily (ex ?.ccpt Sundays), at 11'60 aim: / ? . .Boonoo Boonoo; and.Wilson's; Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5-30 p m. ? Drake, and Sandy .??Hill-Daily . (except j Saturdays) at frlS p.m. ? ? . . ?. Tabulam, Casino, nnd Eichmrnd Eiver Same...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD CALVERT'S LIQUID DENTIFRICE. 1 MOUTHWASH, Tfor^?,Vff0CttVe Pr for lidding th? montu or'the aroma cr tobacco, and Icavius a pleasant fcaato, f Sold in 1*. W,f 2s. 6<£., and 111. 7< rw 1 na(«), at ChtmitU anii Stora. »F. C. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. 1 *5 Gold «fc Si'/rtr J/erfa^i and Diploma*. 9 Pwi«nr» your Teotb by ( 1 of tlx* Dostlfirlcoa below nauno H W., 1*., and it, Qd. tint, Galferl's toil Paste, !»., and 1*. pott, i 9c/., Ot/., and Is. boxes. All prepared with purest Carbolic-tho ?cry beat Dental Prcaerrativo. At Chemuti and Store*. | F. a CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 7* Gold & Silver ilcdalt and Diplomat. KsacBesxcara TUTU 18 THE »«». I nvBCOB B00K«ri»urs6^ iWot/wKlTB FOR te It costs Wftn»IH«plllciw. nothing, and will help jou considerably^ BONUS TEA WAREHOUSE, TRN &JS jmHs/SYDHEY. I ISRAEL'S ' TEA "cdldemtipgeyiM" YOU WANT. Onco tried, always-used* ? 1/3 and 1/6 per lb. Samples posl.frea... ' ' Courier,' 4s. ...

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

" WEALTH OF NATIONS." ^Messrs. T. C.'Williams Ce., of Richmond, "Virginia, U.S A., have prepaicd for thi® r market a High Grade Dark Tobacco under the brand of "Wealth, o1 ?'Nations.'' ..UuW;nowlo:lRe which the manufacturers h.ivo Ruined in supplying the favorite brands of Welcome Nugget, Victory, and Diadem, enables tliem to confidently recommend " Wealth of Nations " TO ALL SMOKERS OP DARK TOBACCO. OBTAINABLE OF ALL LEADING TOBACCONISTS AND STORES, u JbJJU NOT iJiliCBIVJUD ! ! ! DOG'S HEAD ALE AND STOUT IS THE BliST TH1T CAN BE PRODUCED. ' - SEE THAT YOTT GET IT. SILVER SPECIALITY WATEKBUKY WATCH. LOW PRICE. HIGH QUALITY, ALSO, IN NICKEL, GILT AND ROLLED GOLD. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BE ANDY. ThoXONDON " TIMES":-" A sound, Honest Brandy." The" LANCET" :-"Of a Fragrance, Qnality, and Pnri'y and. second to nnno." Tlio "BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL":-"A Pure Product, well worth the ntten tion of the Profession." ~ 'These- Qualities are further testified to by many. Hospitals and Medical Hen. '...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

Railway Time Table. The mail train for Sydney.leftvea Tenter field at 7-10-p.m. daily, Satrr-'rjB. ex oaptod,' andr.for. Brisbane . a. ll'30,a.m. dqily, Sundays ox^pted. Tho Goods Train leaves Tenterilel 1 for Sydney every Tuesday; - Thursday, and - aturday .. mornings: at, G .a.m.,,and ^_nr ivea from Sydney, overy Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday ovenings at 4*45 p.p^, ' Tho faros between Sydney and Tenter-, field," and; Tc'nteifiold and Brisbano are a8: follow: j »:. <"?: ;. Tj?IITBUFIELD 10 SIDNEY. 1st (last, Single .£4 10 . 2nd UlaM, Single ... ... 2 10 0 Betum Tickets, available for Two Months. lbt Clas\ , ^ 12 6 - " 2nd Clai s ^ ® ® .\-v: : j' Wat.) anqahha o Bhisbane. . 1st Clasu, Singlo 1® J * 2nd 'Clai 3, Single J J ® lab ClaairrRetnrn;,2 19 , 5> 2nd OlttBBi Keturn ... 2

TENTERFIELD STATION PIGS. Big Prize Winners. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

TENTEEFIELD STATION PIGS. Big Prize Winners. At the Royal Agricultural Socioty's Show, Sydney, the Walker Trustee's exhibitiou of pigs was a remarkably fine one, and justly entitled to the rlargo number of prizes taken. Some of the finest breeds in the colony were in competition, and it speaks highly for the excellence of the Station representatives that they should carry off such a largo number of the awards. Below will be found a list of the prizes won: Sow, ovor 12 months.-First prize L2, second prize £1: E. M. Botts, Polly Pry, 1 year 11 months, bred by exhibitor, 1; trustees of'tho late Thos'. Walker, Long haired Jane V., 1; trustees of the late ThoB. Walker, Longhaired Jane IV;, 2; E. M. Betta, Eflie, v.li.'c. Boar, under 12 months.-First prize £2 second prize £1: Trustees of the lalo Thos. Walker, James Augustus, 1; E. M. Betts, Sparo Rib, 2; Nuwington Asylua', Jack Trafford II., 3 Sow under 12 months.--First prize £2, second prizo LI: Trustees of the late Thomas -Walkor, Jan...

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

SOCIAL DANCE. ' This took placein the Gymnasium Hall on Mpndny night, and was largely patron ised. Mr. A. J. Smith was the M.O., while Mrs. Kelly provided the danco music. The refreshments were provided by the ladies responsible for the con duct of the affair. The sum of L5 was netted towards the object iu view, and au evening of more tlmu average enjoy ment brought to a conclusion shortly after tho midnight hour. '

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

...?'PICNICS. In addition to; a number of private picnics to 'jtliof various resocts, Migi Ehintor,'of the Steinbrook Public School, treated her ^mpils to a most enjoyabla picnic. Numerous games were provided, and abundance of refreshments partaken of by the cliildroii and their friends. Mr. > Jordon, ;of. the Homestead Publio School, also tendered his pupils a picnic in Mr. Battaglini's paddock. A large i number wore proseut, the event proving a most enjoyable one, and justly appreciated by . the scholars and thoir seniors.'

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

The Settling. The settling in connection with tho evontB .of the % day took pluco at Mr. M'Cook's Hotel in tho ovonirig, und passed off in a moat convivial uinnuer, A number of looal and outBido sport-pat. rona were proBent, all ioinlng in drinking good luck to those fortunate onough to he on tho winning wdo. Not tho leant pleas ing fenturo of tho'procoediuga wis the an no»Dceinpnt that tliB prolit on'tho day's nmusementR totalled ,tlie_ really rospeot »blp Bum of JAO, whioh will; largolj assist the Committee io launching out on n njore expensive scoly in the futmro. {a tho cv«uing-H bull was held, thus furnishing a fitting conclusion to ono of tl)o best jntherings hitherto li«ld at the Bordor.

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

The Border Sports. DESPITE tho unfavorable state of the ele ments, there was a largo attendance of local public and visitors at the Bordor on Eastor Monday, when nn excellent pro gramme of horse-racing and athletio events wore discussed. Tho southern mail train conveyed some two hundred pleasure (seekers from Tenterfiold, many of whom wore on picnic purposes bent. On the whole, a most'injuyablo day was spent, tho arrangements being perfect, the aport good, and the attention of our Border friends to the wants of their patrons marked. The officials of tho gathering, chief of whom was Mr. G. Tindalo, did good work. Mr. T. C. Komp, with his accustomed presence and judgemnt made a most capable judge ; while Mr. C. G. Leis in tho capaoity of Secrotary, Mr. Christie as starter, and Mr. T. Lei's as Clerk1 of the Scales, could not be found fault with. In the horse racing events. Mr. A. M. White's Nemo proved sqperior .to all rivals, appropriat ing the principal money, and in the main athleti...

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

Speddjqg-Pfltgwan. At Drako on Easter Monday, tho Rey.' H. G. Smith united in tho holy bonds of matrimony, Miss -Rhoda Poteman and Mi^Spedding, of Lisraord; Wo wish the newly weddod couplo oi'cry prosperity and lujijiinotw.

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. Higgins—Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. Higgina-Clarke. A VERY pretty wedding WAR celebrated at St. Mary's Rorenn Catholic Church on Easter Monday by the Rev. P. Corcoran P.P. The contracting parties were Mr. J. Higginn, Glen Innea, and Miss Bessie Claike, oldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Clarke, of this town, l'he bride, who looked very charming) wore a pretty costumo of cornflower blue bengalino, trimmed with cream broche and silk .braid, liat of cream chip, with- white ostrich feathers, and carrie i in her hand a handsome prayer book of white ivory kid, the gift of tho bridegroom. Miss M. Clarke, sister of tho bride, was the bridesmaid. 'She wore a protfcy dress of grey beige material, with turquoise blue silk and cream lace trimming, with bat en suite, and gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridu was. given away by hor father, while Mr. W. Clarke acted as bust man. Thero was a large number of friends in tho Church to wit ness the celebration of the nuptials. The presonts to tho brido were very ...

A. J. C. Autumn Races: FIRST DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

A. J. C. Autumn Races.-' J FIRST DAY-SATURDAY. ' ? - ?' Hurdlo Race: Begn, Clipatonc, Wai ter. - ? V - Autumn Stakes: Paul Piy, Fairy Prince, Vocalist;. Maiden Stakes: Kinglike. Dudu,. Lyd dite. - ? ? V? St. Loger: Parthian, Merriwco. . High Weight Handicap: Luxury, -Wat-: Tylor, Drama. Doncaator Handicap: Parapet; : So quence, Goldsmith. SECOND DAY-JIONDAY. Flying Handicap-Yellow and Black,' Citizen. Duke of Kent. Maiden Stakes - Ohatolaine,. Turee]? The Snuozer. ' SYDNEY Ci'P.-2 miles. ? ? ? La Carabine, 8st 21b ... ... 1 . . Seventy, 7st 111b ... ... 2 . Ace of Diamonds, 6st 121b ... 3 : Twenty ono started. Betting : 6 to 1 Vocalist, 8 to 1 La Carabine or War God, 12 to 1 Ace of Diamonds, 15 to 60 to 1 othors. Fairy Prince led past the stand,' but at the back of the- course Symmetry and. Inquirer had a turn .in front, with Mori bah well up. Severity was leading at the Leger.with the front rank almost in lino, but hero La Carabine made a run on the outside and won by four lengths:...

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

THE CHURCHES. Religious services suitablo Co tho enured character of the day were hold: in tho Anglican and Roman Catholic Ohurohes on Good. Friday, the altar of the last named boing very prettily draped and decorated with flowers. On Eastor Sun day servioes were held in tho whole of the Churches, largo congregations being in evidence in , each castf. The Anglican Church was a mass of tastefully arranged decorations. Special services were preach ed, and special hymns sung, the proceed ings being of that impressive charactor which marks tho day in all ffinglish speak ing communities the world over.

WILSON'S DOWNFALL. LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 April 1900

WILSON'S DOWNFALL. . . (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,} . : LANDCOURT. A TWO days', sitting of the local Land Board took place on Wednesday and Thursday last, before Me3sre. F. G. Finlcy (Chairman), I Whereat, and M. H. Fitzhardingc, when the following cases were disposed of: A Smith for o p 99-16, 320a and o l 99 19 960acres. Confirmed, 4 .wire fence; lent 2$ per acre. F. M. Firmback, for o p 99-22 100« and c L 24, 750a. ol approved, 4 wire fence, c l confirmed for 460 acres. Rent 2J par nure pcr annum. L. H. Marsden, for a V 99-38 160 acres and o is 99-41, 450acres. Confirmed 4 wire fence, rent 2j per acre per annum. C. W. Einan, for o r 99-41 320 acres and o L 99-45 960 acres. Confirmed, 4 wiro fence, rent 2^ per acre per annum. H. Smith, for c p 99-43 320 acres and c I. 99-47 960 acres, o P approved, 4 wiro fence, c L confirmed for 800 acres, 4 wire fence, rent 2J per acre per annum C. Bott for c P 99-60 160 acres and c L g9>69 480 acrcs. Confirmed, 4 wire fence, rent 2d per acr...

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