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The Latest. SYDNEY, THURRSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
TJie latest. | SYDNEY, THUIISDAY. The following additional cases' wore reported Inst nightGoorgo Bowen, Piirranmtta Streot; Isabella Horman Lower Goorgo Street Another member of the crow of the collior South Australian has shown sus picious symptoms at Molbourne, and has been isolated. During yestorday 134 rats were de stroyed at Iho crematory in Sydney. /Another block of the quarantined area was released'last nigh t. . : In spite of tli6 existence of plague and typhoid in Sydnoy, tho death rate for March is only 42J, being less thaii tho corresponding month for the past ten yaars. It is rumored that tho proprietors of a large warehouse recently quarantined in the City, intend suing the Government or compensation. The-bubonic plaguo has broken out in Capetown, w^iero fivo cases have been reported.
A. J. C. Autumn Races. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
A. J. C. Autumn- Races. SYDNEY, TnunsiMY NIOHT. FOLLOWING aro tlio results-of to-diiya racing' » Hurdle Raco-Bega 1, Aberdaro 2, Havelock 3. All Aged Stukos-Scqaonoo 1, Cabin Buy 2, ilautlctto 3. ?City Haiidicax>-Inquirer 1, Goldsmith 2, Cremona 3. Eustor Stakes-Huutcaso 1, Mulator 2, Kingliko 3. . Cumberland Stakos-Parthian 1, Mor riwoo2, PuulPryJj. Woltor Handicap-Cyanido 1, Dindy 2, Horace 3.
THE JUBILEE MISSION FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
THE JUBILEE MISSION PAIR; THE above Fair, organised and curried out by tlio scholars of Christ Church Sun day School, in aid.of the Jubilee Mission Fund, was opened yesterday afternoon in the Parish-Hall by the Rev. H. O. Smith, who addressed brief complimen tary remarks to the children on the suc cessful issuo of thoir efforts. A number of visitors were present at the opening, and in the evening the Hall was comfort ably filled, and good business transacted by the salo of wares, which adorned the respective stalls. ~" Tlio Tea Room, draped with whito and. green fabric, and tastefully decorated with flowers, was located in the northern, end of the hall. ; It was presided over by Misses Olive Mathieson; Alice Koirip,: and Olive Brand. The Fancy Stall, on the western oido, was draped .with pink aud white muslin; and in charge of Missos'Berth* Lillicrap,. Eva Iinberger and Josepliino Biiley.. Tlio workou this stall was both useful and of value, and of ' varied Boris, henco good busines...
EMMAVILLE NEWS. Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
EMMAVILLEtifiWS. (FROM OUB,O\YN CORRESPONDENT.) , ' Marriage. I HAVE much "ploiisuro in chronicling the wpddiiig^of/two'old-'and popular residents of tliia- town. I rofer. to the nuptials of iftr^Jpsoph' M'Candless, and Miss Ruse Fraser, which took place'on Tuesday last. After, the ceremony the happy couplo loft for Sydney,-whore ilio honeymoon isto l/o. spent. Tlioy departed amidst the bi-Bt wishes of a. host of frionds. Police Court-.' Befnro Messrs. T. Chaudler and Hamil ton Gordon J.J.P. * ASSAULT. John O'Neil was charged with striking Constable Swan with * horse muzzle on tho head.-'. Accu»ed,pjeaded;, not guilty, .but admitted the assault, wiffi the qualifi cation that it was not intontional. A tine of 5s or 24 hours imprisonment was in dicted. ' ATHLETIC-Sl'OBTS. /" . A day's sports wero. held on Easter Monday wlion a inost oiijoyalilo day wus spent by thoso present," the programme being a good one, and the- whole of tlio events well coutiJstcd. Subjoined aro the results:- . ...
TRANSVAAL WAR General Buller's Dispatches. WHOLESALE CONDEMNATION BY LORD ROBERTS. BULLER'S RESIGNATION ANTICIPATED. ARRIVAL OF BUSHMUN'S GONTINGENT. LONDON, April 17 [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
General Buller's Dispatches* WHOLESALE CONDEMNATION BY LORD ROBERTS. BULLER'S RESIGNATION ANTICI ?? t ? PATED. ' - . ARRIVAL OF BUSHMUN'S GON JTINGENT. LONDON,-April 17 . It is reported that tho Boors littvo been invostirig Wopncr, where Colonel Dalgety and his garrison c fibred a gallant resistance mid have retired in tlie direction of Roux ville, 56 miles to the southward. Tlioy are hugging the Basutoland border, hoping thus to puss to tlib eastward of Ludybrarid. The Basuto natives are marching south ward parallel with the Boer forces; and are determined to prevent the slightest en croachment on their territory. Epler, an Australiiin^'commahdinsr the Rand Mines Police, arrested fourteen men who, acting under orders from Munnick, the State mining engineer, were prepar ing to destroy the mines and machinery by means of dynamite. Eplcr also secured an order from Pretoria for the cancel lation of Munnick's authority Native Scouts report that ifhe Boers have retired beyond Biggarsburg...
THE FEDERAL ELECTORATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
THE FEDERAL ELECTORATES. &nbsp; THERE was a most reprsentative meet ing of townspeople in the School of Arts on Tuesday to discuss the question of taking the necessary steps to approach the Com missioners by petition to have Tenterfield, the Richmond, Lismore, Ballina and the Tweed constituted one electorate for the purpose of returning a member to the Federal House of Representatives. The Mayor (Alderman W. Reid) oc cupied the chair and with him on the platform were the Rev. Dill-Macky, Messrs J. H. Reid, T. M. Walker, I. Whereat, J. H. Roper, and E H Juergens, At times the meeting drifted into a num ber of personalities, which were freely, bandied about by some of the principal speakers, especially Messrs C. A. Lee, J. H. Reid and H. Bates, &nbsp; Tho MAYOR (Alderman W. Reid), in opening the business, read the requisition convening the meeting, He said that personally he was not aware of the urgency of the matter until his recent visit to &nbsp; Sydney, whe...
COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 20 April 1900
COMMITTEE MEETING. The usual quarterly meeting was held at the close of the above when there &nbsp; were present : Messrs. T. Peberdy &nbsp; (President), Dowe, C.P., I.,and E. W.. Whereat; Juergens, Lobsey A Lee, &nbsp; Dr. Freyer, T M. Walker and the &nbsp; Secretary (G. W. Bentley). &nbsp; &nbsp; The minutes of the previous quarterly and special meetings were read and con firmed. &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (1) From Mr. J. F. Thomas, on be half of the Executors of the late R W. Smith, agreeing to pay the amount de manded by the Hospital, viz , £12 12s, and ftttwurdiug cheque for mime. Received. (2) From Mr/W.,L. Walker, oh bohalf of his mother, presenting tho Institution with two cylinders of oxygon and appara tus procured for his late father. .Itecoivud, tho Secrotary boing instructed to ackuofr ledgo tho gift with thanks. " . A l'l'U CATION FOR AjXOWASCK. A latter was read from Mr. Joh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
BOLIVIA HOTEL. William Beading' ' Vi 'AS EK-OPKNKtt Ilia Old and Well J3 "knr.w'n BOLIVIA HOTELJ and w II ' !f w elci'ino (lm local and tiavcllirig . ? ?. public.: ;"w,, T: J&lt;Siy.tfcVBehtErnndBOf'Winca & Spirits. ?.?..,'VV-Bett; ol Accctrmcdaticn.. Good Paddocks. .vlio'fUa' ljr'eken In to Saddle aid Harness, ;i i -((Jr6cm iii alfcrdanco. ?; vt '??? J rfcfiK v-^.,BEADING. In Bed for Months; Terrible Suffering; Rheumatism Cured; A Limb Saved; Now Works Hard at 72. Ayer's Harsaparillk "While living at Broken Hill I was subject to lumbago nnd rheumatism,: having swollen joints which prevented me from working or going nljout any. I tried a great many remedies and put out a great many pounds trying to get rid of my complaints, but to no good. ' . "As soon as I put my foot 011 the ground I'suffered terrible pain, so.I.was obliged to stay in bed for many months'.. "One doctor told me I had the dropsy, and another told me I ivouldliave to lose my leg. . - " But, having hea...
SURRENDER OF CRONJE. Particulars by Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
?^SURRENDER OF CRONJE. ! Particulars by Mail. Tliu steamer arrived to-duy (says aMol . bourne wire, in Friday's S. M. Herald") \She brings files i'f South African papers, from which the 'following is extracted with regard tothe surrender nf GunoralCronjo. ; The' . Bpecml'! war. correspondent of the , . Capo Times," writing from Paardoberg, .. 'via;ModSorv River,' on 27th February, ? says At oxactly3 o'clock this morning a' ; . rippling fire of Riflo shots broke tlio still "ness. Lnose^bullets pattered into the plain , flashlights; worked from kopjo *o kopjo, and rumour, spread that Gouoral Cronjo was endeavouring to break out and escape. . The '.*v>)Uknnwn double reports of Mausers \\«u A,, !i h»u by the sound otf.ihe. Bin Viii.yK.--Companies iiUTiivolvO, and . . jthuu i.-ogiu tilow^^'Censo fire," and ' except for . straggling shots all was still again. ' .1 ?.At dawn Xwas up the river, and taunted tho cause of tlio night tiriiig. The Can adians had been endeavouring to bring the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
A Challenge. WE the uudersigned are willing to play ; any other two men,' within a radius of 50 miles of Talmlnni, & GAME QUOITS, distance 18 yarde'i 31 points lip, for any sum up to £10 aside. Three weeks notice of acceptance to be given. ' Signed HUGH KARRELL. FREDERICK (JOOMBES, ' Tabulam. 19ih April, 1900. Tenders. HpENDERS required for-PULLING 60 JL ACRES of CORN. Tenders will foe received up to^SATURDAV NEXT, 28lb instant. The lowest or any tender not uecessurily accepted. For particulars apply ' ' J- J. "KELLY, :* Barney Downs." For Sale. Groceries, Furniture, and Jewellery. IWHKREAT will sell 1>y public suction . ut liia M*rfc on 8ATURRAY NBXT, the 28th instant, at 2.30 o'clock, the follow* ing goody A Quantity of Furiiituro A Quantity of Jewellery and Fancy Goods Clocks, Watches, Studs, Rings and Bangles. . Tea, Cocoa, Coffop, J3pg Powder Pearl Barley, Acid, Clacking, Stationery . Soup, Sauce, Fish. Bottled trait Custard Powder, Jams, Jellies, Seeds Tools,' Scale...
THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, APRIL 24. The Federal Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
THEi'TENTERFiEl D Jntcrralffnial ^Toiuiet , " \ ^AND Talrfield ?& . Wallangarra Advocate , TUESDAY,' APIJIIJ 24. V THO Federal Outlook. j^E'defections which liavo cropped up bo i^vcoaitho' Australinn delegates and tho jlmptii'ial. Drown Law authorities with re Igard to',vital'jj'lints ip the Federal Com monwealth Bill, point to thu conclusion that the expressed will of tho people of 'Australia as given at two separate ballots, is in jeopardy of being thwarted at tho ^instance of tho Conservative officials in ^authority, who have placed a lion in the f pifch' which looms ominously. But it is >yot hoped that the wisdom of a majority of .the'level headed men of tho Imperial Par liament will assert itself and eventually accede-to the wishes of the people of these ] coloiiies. The retention of thu existing >rigKta;of tlio Privy Council as a final J .iourtSof . "appeal, has caused tho main "stumbling block. There is no doubt tho aggressive attitude assumed in favor of .its r...
A. J. C. Autumn Races. FOURTH DAY.— SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
C. Autumn Races. | FOURTH. DAY.-SATURDAY. ;; V; rOLLowiNa nre the reaulta' v^ - ' Hnndicap - Sweothoarf. v' AIiae . Mnatyn, Snoozer. ? "-Y ? Place Hnndioftp-CyanidcVfeHorucb, Prism.' . - : i. Steeplechase - CrusiicloiMWIiitofootj; flli-it ' " ' , -« ^ .Nmsnry.Handioup.'r^'-HautcBao,"!-Isnj. . ~\ A.J.C; Plate-La Garabine^jMorriwoe, ? Fairy Prince. , '? .f'i.fy-gO v'Fiiial Handicap -.vDa'ndy|,- ' Boreas, . Bombshell. " ?1 " BATTALION II,, the weH;khowri;~AuS" ! tralian rftcohorse,'has diedfroiii-tb'o effects' t>f injuries received at the Jubilee Hurdle Raco at Manchester. . V'-i'V":'&lt;:.v' THE Singleton BUDGET piarib has been, tloslroytd by fire, tlio damage being L60Q; ,1 ho property was uninsured. ' -:l
THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. LONDON, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
?. .THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. ;. -LONDON, Awm 10. ; I ^ 'Tuk TIMF.b, referring to tho proposed amendments in tho Commonwealth Bill, -urjjofi tho Australian statesmen and people to recognise tho' wisdom of tho arguments of tho Imperial Government with reference to tlio'liroitation.of appeals to (lie Privy Council. 2 -if . MELBOURNE; Antn, 19. ; .'Xho Premiers: of the federating colo fiiieisimot to-day to consider tho proposed amendments by the Imperial Goveinment 'in tho Australian Commonwealth Bill, hut deii'nito information as to whiitilias been rone has not vbecn made public. It is stated,, jhowover, that the confercnco is disposed , to meet . Mr. Chamberlain's wishes MELBOURNE Ainu. 20. .The ,1'roimurB oro htill awaiting news from: I ho delegates in London. Speaking at ft.banquet to day, Mr.' Lyno said they mus' l u careful not to jeopardise in tho bill."-.M'7>]j1II1|i'(Queensland) and Mr. '. t'l asnmnia) .expressed themselves «>in : fii''.,nr vif ircriuniiif! tho appeal tho P...
THE BLOEMFONTEIN FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
THE BLOEMFONTEIN FRIEND. We are indebted to Lieut. 0. A.Leo for sending us from the Capital of the Free State a copy of the ne wspapofdaily issue'there-the published price is 3d but;' he informs us that the domand for this issue was so great that ppwards of 10s was offertfiTfor a Bingle copy. It is beyond doubt an historical number, for it contains the famous proclamation of Lord Roberta, tlio details of which must strike the world an just and humane. The sad butirenorous tone of the leading, artiolea upon the loss of their.country, is set out in terms - that clearly disputo the action taken by'tho men thoughtful of the State to avoid war, but who were overridden by Ex-President Stevn, who cowardly deserted them in the hour of danger. It also oxprotsses the fullest confidence in th'o .justuoss and o.initv of British Jlulo.' Tho. account of tl 0 Capitulation ot tlio uapitans givon.m nnvrition of facta without .distortion,'. Id tlio effect itlirtdupon tho vvcll wiBlm'a "r ., citv leav...
NEWS FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Lieptbmakt 0. A. liBE writing fiom: Blnemfuntoin mi ;the 21st March says.-. " From Bloemfontein at last, and safe and 8611ml, in mind and limb and best of health. Sinco my list from Ostfontein I had a few' days trip to Modder River Station in a Capo cart to puroiiiifio stores for the Mess, had an interesting, time mooting Captain Penrco of the N.S.W. Artillery who dossed with me, that is wo bought tucker and ato it in hisjbedroom. Tho return was very heavy going for tlio mulus ns the rainy season was on, and the rear of a largo Army is not as smooth as tho TinterBeld Post Office pavement, X returned the day of the advance from Ostfontein and we camped at Soplar Grove that night, as the Boors had fled be fore us with hardly any resistance. Wo advanced to Dryfontein and had an engage ment there and sent tlicm running again. We were on tho oxtreme right flank and had Bomo sharp firing* and had the misfor tune to have our first man kilted, but'no wounded. Wo had by ...
CORRESPONDENCE. Unadulterated Impertinence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
^?CORRESPONDENCE. ^"Unadulterated Impertinence. - ' . (TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) Sin,-Extract from tho lending'columns of. your contemporary of Friday lust :-" So. fill': from! tho agitation being a political dodge of liis opponents, whs not lie him-, splf asked by tho Secretary to take part, and did he not refuse saying ho, was too much otu; politician 1" Now, seeing, that Mr. John Strauss (-i gentleman who in variably nets in all matters for the welfare of the district, regardless of personal in terests) was only appointed Secretary of the Federal movement on tho night of the meeting, according to tho originators, tho public would liko to know in which capacity-official or private-he bailed up Mr. Loo in the street and asked him to co-oporato in tho movement, and also give liiMan oxpressi.m of his views on tho question. Hie public can only conclude that Mr. John Strauss alone was ''the movement," and 111 his, then, unofficial capacity, Mr. Leo hnd a perfect right to refuse t...
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. A Lively Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. A Lively Heating. A _iiivELY moeting of tho members of tho abovo Association was hold at tho Town Hall on Saturday last in connection with a special meeting convened for tho purpose of finally considering the rules for adoptitili for tliu guidance of the local branch, and the appointment of dulu gatesto the annual conference to be huld in j Sydney in July next. There was a good 'attendance of members, some 30 " being preson1', the President (Mr. H. Bates) occupying tlio chair. Prior to tho commencement of thebusi . riesa, the President laid on the table for signature a copy of tho petition for the pro posed incorporation of Tenterfiold with tho i Richmond and neighboring districts as one Federal 'electorate. After several iresent had affixed tlioiv' .names, tlui president said as Chairman of tho Associa tion lie thought he should say a few words fin support of the object of the petition, ? whereupon Mr. Underwood claimed that ' , if lio did so he ...