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DEATH OF PRIVATE W. BENDER. A Victim to Faver. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
DEATH OF PRIVATE W. BENDER. 'A Victim to' Paver. ON Suturdiiy afternoon tlio distressing news was received from South Africa, ilint Private- \Y. Bender of tlio Now South WnlesMounlcd Rifles, hadsuccumb-, 6d rto 1111 attack of enteric fover. Shortly utter tho'i'ccoipfc of tlio intoHigenco we wired to our Sydney ngonts for further particulars of identity, but "tliey." could give -.noiie beyond/ that. already. sent. There, unfortunately,. appears to bo no dciubfcv tlmt tlie Bendor,. deceased, 'is idei'iticitl' with 'Private W. Bonder, , of. Ten torfiold; who: left with the. first. con tingent for tlio seat . of war. Ho .' first; joined the local Mounted Rifles on tlio 24th of- Jaiiuiiry'1891; and would ;notv-bo about 31 y ears of age. He was an expert liush man, Bplondid shot, and absolutely fear-. less. ;\Vitlj his comradesho was ft gene-' ral favorite, not:ii man of the Corps having anytliiag but n goocVword to iiay of bin).' His tragic death,brings'to.riiirid ii strange coincidence ...
Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEYI MONDAY NIGHT. MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Budgery, report ? us follows -13G(icattIo woro. yarded, values, lieins down 10s per head, beat beef being wofth 19a per 1001 Us. Bullocks, L3 10a J to L9 13s j cows, L3 to _L6 10s. , 8800 sheep were penned,- the markot bo iug a shade firmer. Ewes,. 6s 3d to lis; wothers, Gs 3d to 15a Id. SYDNEY, MOSBAY NIOHT. The Bunk returns for the first qunrtor : of the present year show a milium and n-1 . half pounds-sterling added to depositors balances; inoreasmg i tliu whole - to; L32,140,000, being tlio largest amount held for years past. Several shops l ave been destroyed by, file at Kalgooilie (W. A ) .. &lt;? , At NeildV mmo AVynlong, \one*:Miob brought down 40^uns [of stones valued nt about L1000 t .A rooont'Sydney urrivul on the. 12th instunt wag robbed ;;of L130,-in. 'Market- : street. The "dotcetivos. on Saturday ar- . rested a mamand .woinan vui i connoetion .with tlio niattor.'--Tliovmoney;>TaB..8ub-,...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
' Railway Time Table. si.THe.'mnil train for Sydnoy leaves Tenter-, field: - at 7*10 piin.; daily, Safcrrtfrys ex-; Cypted,.atjd. for Brisbane li. li'BO o.m, daily, Sundays excepted. - - goods Traiiuleaves Tonterflel 1 for. Sydney,y overy 'Tuesdnyi^Thnrsday,^ and1 jvoturday vmormugs nt 6 fi>m., and ar rnvoa^from: Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and-l'mlay ovenmgs at 4*45 p.m. r/.The fares bctweou Sydney and Tontor fieldi and Tfiiteifiold aud Brisbane are as follow:-- _ .. ? ; ' ? - - TWiTBBBIBLD TO SIDNEY. i !v. i'vlst (lasr/Singlo ... ... JB4 1 :0* v:i .;2nd OlarvSmgle .2 10 0: v,>.:Ectur'i Tickets, available for. . / . Two Wontbs, '.^?..lst Clnsro -: . .V;/.... £5:12 . C 2nd ClitM 3 10 0 WaLI A.NGAKHA 0 rBuiSDAffU. J/ -1st Clos!i,.S]ngIo ... ... 7 -.^s^Dd'Cliu.a/SiDRto,-.;."''.*.1-' 16 5; '..?^?,si8t,CIosir^Rotiii,n,.:ii'T.i..i; 2 10 .5 1''"2nd CIuta^Roturur :... 1 18
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
Post Office Time Table, i.11 AIM CUISE vnit " ll'O 18 iJowtill ,1 lloninr lone I m«Uv mil rti I \ t 9 JO p n ?.-.i^vOnoTi Bloiiilnnca . Ai iiitilalp. Mnitl.iiirl jn I Ni,w tulle til) p in (bituiliys f p| ti 1, ,v,-1iibiiliiiii,:Ciwinf';:I&lt;isiiioie.:;iiii(VUii'limfin.l River-lMily i \ t pt Blind i J nt 12 j, noon leiM. itl'SOptu .ijrimb'iriMijvanrt ijStidnhroo!!-Tuoailnv. nnil " I'ridayltUO'.lO-pini. , I,aavo: Woilnes ^ (lay IU( I Saliiiliiy nt 6 a m JJraKo. -SanrtyVTInl. and /Rossitprvillfi-? ? ? Dailyat 12,110011: ? L^a vn lit 12'80p.ni. ? BonshaW-Monday-und Frnlay . -at, ? J30 ::si;v->:p.ni.'!,>,Leiivo--.luosi3ay ^iind.-Siiturdiiy at5 am y.Hryan'OiGap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a nv ~~ ~ -Wallanparr.'i and Qucer.slruid- dully ' at 3^^10.30 &lt;i.in.'(SnndnToxi.'onted.V ' ^ : 1 ' - MAItS AIIIUTE MOM ^ ??'Sydney, ' Glen limes. Anmdalo: West - Jlaltlaud. and Newcastle-Dally (e* v.i-.w cept. Sundays) nt ll'50 n;n!. -Bopnoo Boonoo, -and .Wilson's Downfall m-H'...
LATEST COMMERCIAL,. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
LATEST'COMMERCIAL,.' V . ; SYDNKYi Mokday Nioht. Whent, 2« Od i - . . Flour, L6 5s to LG 10s Cluckwhent, 2a 3d to 2s 5d.. , . ?' Chaff, L210s to L3 15S : . :Potatoos L2 to L3 vlOs * -; ?v ;Miuze, 2a 6d to 2a 9d .. >? OlltS, 2s Cd to 2S 8d IiUcorno, ,.L2 5s t(> L2 IBs >-v , - . -Buctur, crouipory, 8Ad ; fnutory, Md to 84, d ury, GJ In 7d ~> &lt;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
Solicitors. J. F- Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, & o., i Hoasa-stroct, - TontorfloU. A ..COMMISSIONER for AOTDAVIIb for N. S. Wales, Queensland, and other colonics : i*?a;-ijOcul Representative of the Norwich v.Uniou^Firo- Iiisnnmee Society, iml Iho* ;'Nation.\IMr.(uul Luc Assaemlion of traksia^clJtniiU'd. . Trust Monoy to Lend on Approvod * Security j , P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes ' fjST1T .'VISIT 'J FN J JJRTII.M) null .: /iTi"a ?\;»tloiuliCourt when remmed. ' jJclh22!dlLl ___ ;s G., iWood' Readett, Solicitor,1 'ProetoiC Conveyancer, V -J'&c, ASvvcomtpencedtivJ'rflcticQ in Tenifi- i . . w*fiold»;i:exfc door. toMr. J. Foldings Store. y Security. Trespass Notice. j IN consequence of losses in shoep from sporting and other-dogs persons nj'O prohibited from entering the Tonterneld Station paddocks. Trespassers aftor this notice will be proceeded against. Any pormits pro riously/given are hereby can celled. - W. II. WALKER. Tentorfleltl Station, 2nd Fel>., ...
The Imperial Bushmen's Contingent. THE DEPARTURE. A BIG DEMONSTRATION. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
The Imperial Bushmen's Contingent. .1 HE DEPARTURE. A: 'BIG. DEMONSTRATION, .v: SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT, .To-pAY, wa8 observed aga partial holiday. . ThOrBuahtnon; marching rfrom. RookWood;'' ' reached tlieCity, about 1 o'clock. ?; Great crowdsihrongod tho htreets on jroute to WcHoomooloo Buy.-. Flags and bunting were displayed profusely, but'thero was n marked falling oft in the enthusiasm as compared with previous demonstrations. Tho utmost good humour prevailed throughout, the condition_and splendid physique of the Contingent being the theme of admiration. Wooloomooloo was reached shortly after 2 o'clock, when the work of embarkation commenced. It will probably be some time boforo tho trans port gots under way. Tho Premior has received instructions from the Imperial War Office to provide ninety days pay for iho Bushmon-s Con- . tingent, covering llio period from the on rolment to the time of their arrival at Beira. . - . Earl Beauchamp in addressing' tho Bushmen at Rookwood to-day, ...
The Latest. Plague Spreading, SEVEN CASES REPORTED TO-DAY MORE DEATHS SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
:V3xe»: latest.: : Plague Spreading, SEVEN OASES REPORTED ^O-DAY . >c . " ' MORE DEATHS. & SYDNEY, MONDAY. ..YESTERDAY'S plague oases" comprised Olivo Mooney, Balmain ; August Steovens MillorVPoint; aud Sarah Austin, of tlie City.; ' ? Two patients named Mrs. Austin and i Charles Koffey died at. Quarantine Station yesterday. Jv. The area south of Gqulburn street lias beuu released trum Quarantine. 110,300 were. paid. 111 wages; on Sa'tur j-diy 'in connection with cleaning opera tions. ? ' MONDAY NIGHT. - ;A rat has been discovered in a Shipping 'officii' at Brisbnno teeming with plague IBaccilli.. No lessthnn seven cases were reported I to-dny, two of which resulted fatally, as follows Mies Newton, Aniiandule-; Mrs. Faller, -Cliippxwdale ; Porcy Cook, City ; James Munn and Johu Linklater, Miller's Point; and a Chinaman named Ah Gooney. !Ah Gooney and the patient Thompson aro dead. v" .
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. for the first tinio since March lGtli last, no caso of plague was reported yeatorday. There is a growing belief that.tho rccenb drastic preventative measures have' checked the disease materially. , . Doctor Tidswell, the Government line-' teriologist, has discovered bubonic bacillus in the stomachs of live fleas caught on the bodies of rats. The condition of the majority of patients at the Quarantino Station is good. No further deaths have occurred,. Twenty thousand doses of plaguo serum left Colombo for Sydney on Monday and are expected to arrive during the first week in May. Br. Wynne has resigned his position as Health Officer at tho Plague Hospital, Brisbane, as a protest against tho inade quate preparations for the comfort of .patients. Later. After a respite of two'days, two fresh eases of plaguo were reported to-day, the patients being a hank clerk named Arthur Ross, residing nt Qlobo Point, and John M'Carthy of Ultimo. . Charles Pitt, aged 17, res...
TELEGRAMS. The Premier's Conference. THEY ADHERE TO THE BILL. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
TELEGRAMS:' The Premier's Conference. THEY ADHERE TO THE BILL. SYDNEY, MONDAY. Tiik Premiers Conference closed on Satur day night nt Melbourne.. Tlioy woro unanimous in adhering to tlio Bill as it stands, and a long message lms been Bent to Mr. Chamberlain embodying reasons for arriving at this decision. The Premiers do not consider tlioy have any right to accept (intendments as against tlio ex pressed wish of the people of Australia; but they hope that the colony of West Australia, whoso delegates assisted to frame the bill, aud almost unanimously agreed to clause 95, inay bo urged to accept it as it stands. Tin y think tlio bill already sufficiently provides for the admis sion of New Zealand. They consider that ! postponement of consideration of Ihe bill would bo worse than amendment of the bill as contained in tho Imperial dis I patches, and without disputing tho power of the Imperial Parliament to'make am endments on its own responsibility, they respectfully urge that tho voico ...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
Brief Mention. r ? MILD weatlioi ' r . -ELECTORAL Revision Court .'to-day.'*>WM ANGLICAN \CIiu-ch, social ,to-morrow; night. "f ** THE Chipping Norton stud sale realised .0555 guineas. * TENTERFIELD slow us ever. ^ No exhibit at MuitlandSliow PRIVATE ,Vf. BUNDER reported deadof fever in South Africa. MB. INSPECTOR BACHFIELD.IS rounding up negligent proporty.-asvners.: / r "VESTRY mooting Anglican Church $o-' night. " TIN ore is quotod in Stanthorpe ac LG5 per ton. ' GRAPHOPHONE onlortainniont in . the School of Arts to-liiglit. - *? SCHOOL duties resumed yesterday after the Easter vacation. _ " ? . A NUMBER of horses purchased. locally on Saturday for South Africa. ." Tub local Oddfellows have docidcd to h jld a torchligbt procession and ball on tho' night of 24tli May next. SunscitiraoN list opened at this offie'efor eroction of a tablet to tho late private \V. Bonder. ' A MEETIKO of tlio' football association committee will bo hold in tho School of . Ails this oveniiiR at 7. 15...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A MEETING of tho.Committco of the above Socioty was bold at the Secretary's office on Saturday. Inst, when thero woro pre sent : Messrs. J. H. Reid (chair), Knoipp, Miller, Wilkie, .Corrin, Cowin, Roper, Goodrich, and J. H. Sommerlad. Tlio Chairman"apologised for the ab sence of the Secretary, who was engagod at tho Sale, yards. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, arid confirmed. THE LATE PRESIDENT. Bofore proceeding with'tho business of the meeting, the Chairman, in referring to the untimely death of their President, said it was rather late in tho dsy to send the widow a letter of condolence, hut con sidering the warm interest the lato gentle man, Imd evinced in their. Socioty it "waa their duty to do it. They would all feol with him in the sad loss not only the Society had sustained,[but tho irroparablo loss the town and district had suffered. "He hnd already at a previous meeting re ferred to the death of their lato President, and he could repeat ...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TnEKEwna a full meeting of Aldermen present last night,; the Mayor (Alderman W. Reid) presiding. Tho report of the Clerk of Works and piiysheet for tho past fortnight wore received and adopted. The, correspondence was confined to a 'letter from the Survey Department to the ^effect thatassoon as tho public business would permit a surveyor would bo sent up to re-mark the rood within portions 61 and 160, parish Barney Downs ; also one from tlioBoardof Health, asking that arrange ments be made for a building for the ac commodation of plague patients, Rhould any cases occur. Thin wasloftin thehands of tho Mayor und Council Clerk to ar range; .The'Mayor )oported that in com pany with Aldermen Kelly and Toohey, members of the Improvement Committee, lie had made a tour of the roads last week. He tabled a report : of tho state of tho roads traversed, which was to Iho effect that thoy 'ivero m fairly , good order. A long discusssion . ensued on tho question of whether itivo...
TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
LONDON, April 20. A lack o£ railway trucks is delaying tlio arrival of Lord Roberts'supplies at Bloem fontein. Portugal has declined (ho offer of a lorttl from tho.Transvaal Government. T'hori are 2000 patients in the liluem fonteiil' Hospitiils suffering from dysontry and fevor. ' . ' ? , ,, Tho Boors wo maralung through the northern Transvaal to intercept Colonel Carrington's Rhodesian column. . The London "Standard" considers that the British Government must take action in regard to General Roberts con suro of General Buller and General Warren. The Gorman press state that the recall of both generals is tho only logical result Of Lord Roberts' conaure. 1 Colonol Crofton has been superseded at Spion Kop, and placed on half pay. 83,350 voluntary onlistinonts for tho I army and'militia were nmdo in Eugland during last year. A cable 1ms been received announcing the-^'death of Lieutenant Biisolio and Privat;a Bonder, of Now Wales - _ Lieutenant-General Carrington, who is to command the...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 24 April 1900
LOCAL NEWS. ANNUAL LEASE.-Thofollowing annual lease was applied for yesterday: -G. Bradford, 230 acres,JpariBh Acacia, county Builer. SALE OP. IJAMIEII PijppKiiTY.-r-Mr.' L: TV)..>r..nt reports Imviiig disbcisod'.'of l'y.1 auction on Saturday, last,' Mr. Cusaidy'a farm composing 321 acros^at/ Mingoola, .to'Mr- P- Jeffrey ut tha rivte ofl2s-9d per ivcro ANGLICAN- Onunon SOCIAL -Thia social will bo held in tho School of Ai ts, to:rnor-' row nighty an nttrnctivo programme ,'hnv ing beou provided for the ..oecasion;;.':;Tho object is to raiao funds towards .a salo of work to bo holdlater on >m jud, of tho. Buildmg Fund. HOUSES PimcuASED.-At-itbo/. Show Grounds on Saturday thoro ;.WiS a largo muster of liorsua for. s»lo for^,tho South 'African market. Out' of tlioilot 15 waro purchased; at an average of L9.0s Od. J)er head, or L135 in all. Yesterday an. in-, spcction of horses from Casino was. mado at Tentcrtield Station. , GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.-Applications o, 6, and 7, 15. H. Grave...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Electric Lighting. A MEETING of RATEPAYERS will be hold TO-NIGHT at 8 p.m., at the Commercial Hotel, to iliscuss .a definite Bchi'ino;- proposed by Mr. Frkdeuick J ?Roiieutson, for lighting tho town with Electric Light. " . - The Mayor and Aldermen will attend, ; I. WHEREAT, \' A. B' BUTLER, J.vpnvpnera. Preliminary Wotioe. M.0.,LO.O:F. ri^HH TWENTY EIGHTH ANNIVER JL : SARY of The: Loyil 8tar; of ; the North LoiIro . will bo celebrated by a TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION,and 'SO CIAL ou THURSDAY .EVENING, Mhv 24tll« ? ? ? MALCOLM BALDEY, ' Hoii. Sou., Auuirtrufy Committee,'' Federal Representation. A COMMITTEE MEET IXG._ will be ' m 1*1 111 ihe Sohool of Aria Tn 71^1,0W,1HATUKT1AY> KVIiNINO, at * WHIMSICAL also invited. ' JOHN STRAUS*, . ' . Hon; Secretary, Reeeived this Week Drawing Room Suites ? Spring Seat Couches Bamboo Gipsy Tables . Combination Chests of. Drawers Toilet Tables Marble Top Wash stands Fender and Eire^rons . > ; - Wire Stretchers Bedsteads and Bedding,...in all size...
THE GEORGIA MAGNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
_ THE GEORGIA MAGNET. Miss A Bii on known ao well throughout tho entire universe as the little Georgia Magnet, is to be hero to night and to . morrow night, in the School'of Arts; The entertainment is the most myster ious nud remarkable ever seen since the days of miracles.' Crooned heads have gone frantic ovor Miss Abbott, and sciontists'hare failed to explain her mys : tiCrious power and force. We rocommend everyonoto eomo. If you want a good, laugh como'on both nights. Mr. Barney Levy is the advance agent. Mr. Lovy never champions a bad Bhow, and we all remember his, Hogans Minstrels and other treats. Mr. Levy lias shown us somo letters and notices from every part of the world," all expressing delight jit the re inaikablo entertainment. Seata can lie . bdbked afc,Mr. 0. I. Cavanough's. Tho' Edinburgh SCOTSMAN of Tuesday, 22nd JJebruary 1898 s:iys, "her performance last; night., was certainly of an uncommonly ' interesting and mystifying kind, and seemed on tho face of it quite in...
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 24th April. BEFORE Mr. H. Fitzhardinge P.M. SUNDAY SELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
POLICE COURT. ' TUESDAY, 24fcti Auril BEFORE Mr. H. Fitzhavdinge P.M. SUNDAY SELLING. -Cinl H!!^; Ii?onsBo of the Commor 'ilipearod on summons at the cWB nf° ir° L'oon8'nS Inspector, on a ho»T f . "&' ll(?uor durin« prohibited 1°,' ,to w,t Sunday, I5ih instant. De fendant, for whom Mr. 0. &lt;VV. Readett "[o:,-duf «?»* «'«3 - S tjon mtimatea that both Mr. and Mrs xsroivn ivero alisent at tho time. The informing Constable (E. Toolov) liavin" briefly, related the facts of tho case, and benior Sergeant Hicks not pressing for n enu]TY' ILIA WLIRALLIP fined defend ant £2 and costs of Court, at the same time intimating that Sunday drinking was «? a S^atoxtontin Tcntei field, pnd that the police wero only doing their duty in endeavoring to suppress it. . AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE. gr^aaco^ict.liceD!6,T8