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SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
SYDNEY, THUBSDAY Nidirr.; . V , Tin oro is quoted:at 22sCd.. Tho Sydnoy 'Aldermen uro.considering » scheme -for tliu reorganisation-of ; tho " Corporation "Bornces. \ The Colonial'Secretary oflicmlly oponed . tho BftthiiistShow, nnd oxpressed tho hope that thr, recent evidences of loyalty on tlio (Dirt of tlio colonies would greatjy assist tho passage of the Commonwealth Bill through the Iinporial Parliament. l'hero wus :i terrible caso ot suicide liiet night at Kempsoy. A cabinet ranker named Olmdwick cut his throat from oar to cnr. He isbolievod to have been suffer ing from temporary insanity.
Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THUIWDAY NIGHT;. MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Budgery, report as follows :- " . About 1200 cuttle were yarded,\ tho " market being down 10s to lbs per head; Best beef being worth 18s 6d per lOOlbs. Bullocks, L3 10s to L8 ; cows, L3 to Lo lOa. . . , ... About .25,000 sheep 'wore -'penned, values . being up l2d to'18d. Wo tilers, _> ! 8s (id to 16s Cd; ewes, 8s to 12s. V In local lines Harrisot), Jonos, and V' |'.Devlin, report- that H. A. Smith's ..bul- : looks averaged L7 Is 3d : coivs LO 14$ 6d.
THE COMMONWEALTH BILL [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
THE' COMMONWEALTH BILL Tlio Federal delegates are somewhat discouraged at the uncertain tono of the Premier's reply, which they consider ia likely to creato difficulties. Tlio strongest conviction prevails among the Federal delegates that tlio judges are seeking to influence tl.o Colonial OIKco, relative to the appeal question. fh>! London " Doily Telegraph " says that the decision of the Premier's Con ference is regretted, but will bo accepted. Britixli newspapers consider that Mr; Chamberluin'tf proposed Empire Court of Appeal will solve tho only serious difficulty in the way of Federation. Mr. Roid considers tho result of the Premiers conference unsatisfactory and inconclusive. He thinks the. Premiers -acted in a childish way and regrets tlio delay,; in calling Parliament togother. Parliament shoUId have tho opportunity of saying'yes or no to any amendment to the bill which may now ho proposed by the Imporial Government. THURSDAY NIGHT. Tho .Victorian Premier endorses Mr. Bart...
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
% LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THUMDAY NIGHT. ' Wheat, 2a Od Flour, L6 6s to LO 10s Chickwheat, 2s 3d to 2s Bd "...Chaff, L210s to L3 15s Potatoes ,L2 to L3 Maize, 2B Bd to 2s Cd Oats, 2s 4d to 2s 3d Lucorne, L2 os to L2 16s Butter, crcnniery, IOd ; factory, 9d to OA ; dairy, 8d to 8Jd.
THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, APRIL 27. Public Accounts Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
THE. TENTERFiEl !.> Jntcrfolnnial Coi'tict ' AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, APRIL 27. ' 'Public Accounts Commission. The Commission now sitting for the pur pose of inquiry intu. the financcB of the colony, and thus attempt lo arrive at a decision in regard to tliedisputo between Messrs; Lyne anil Reid, is likely to end its'labors ns resultlessly as. many other like bodies havo done. Under existing circumstances it matters very little what the verdict ivill be,.as the various, politi cal parti eswill not bo influenced, while the general public will still continue to 'pin:thiii; fnith to.either one side or the . other lis hitherto." The question whether Mr. Reid is sound in his.deductions, or Mr. Lytic is. on .the right track is not likely to be finally sottled by the Com missioners, hccauso these men have ap parently' 'long since formed an opinion, : and their personal prejudices will not likely, be' shaken 'by; any evidence that :ntay-.bo' called. From the c...
NEWS FROM THE FRONT.' [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
NEWS FROM THE FRONT.' Tue following letter; under duto 9th March, has been received by liis parents from Sergeant Tyrrell, who was then at Osfontein. He /recounts some thrilling escapes: " JUST having a spelbon the battlefield of Osfontein after a sharp engagement with the onemy ; will pencil you a lino to lut you know I am still alive ; we canmcd nt Capo Town only three days, wlion wo were ordered to the Modder River, nearly 700 miles, threo days in the train. Wo remained at. the River a few days to spell our horses ; wo wero on the move at 3 o'clock in tho morning for Osfontein, to block the advance of Boers on our east; we got into action about 2o'clock. I was seut with eight men after somo Boer scouts who were retiring at full pace across tho plain to the hill, whcro about a thousand Boers weie posted, who opened liro on us at 700 yards. I was tho first to return the compliment, gavo the order to dismount and sent horses away fruit) the tiro ; the bullets fell thick and fast aro...
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Post Office Time Table. JtAILS CLOSE FOR . Wilsons' Downfall, and Boonoo Boonoo Tuesday and Friday, at 0-30 p.m. Sydney, Glen Innes Armidale,' Jlnitlaud and Newcastle, 6'15-p. in. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabulani, Caiino, Liamoro,- aid Richmond 'River-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon j'leave at 12'30p.m, ; fimbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday ond Friday, at 9*30 p.tu. Leave Wednes day and Saturday at 6 a.m. . Drake, . Sandy Hill, and - Rossitervilld Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12-30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday and'. Friday, at 9'30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. . . Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a.m. Wollnnpjarra and Queensland daily, at lO'liO a.tn. (Sundny excorted.) ' . EMAILS, AIIUIVE-"FIIOJI Sydney, Glen tniies, Arinidale, West' . Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex -cept Sundays) at ll-50*a.m.' . &lt;? ' Boonoo Boonoo, andHVilsou's Downfall Thursday aud Suuday, at 5'30p.m. D'rako, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m. v Tabulam, Casino, and Eichmmd R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FIUOIIANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, The most qffoctlvo preparation for ridding tho mouth of tho aroxna of tobacco, and loavlng a pleasant tasto. Bold in It. fid., 2j. 6d,f andlib. 7«. 6d. bolUtt (ifnpliift raSw), at and Sloru. F. G. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. > 75 Gold et Silver Medalt and Diploma*. . Hotola. I imfoIlVIERCIAL HOTEL, TENTER FX ELD. dohn-E. Brown,' (Late of the Exchange Hotel), BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Teu terfield and surrounding districts, also. the Travelling Fublie,. tlu.t he ha~ agaiu entered into business and has taken tho well-known and popular Hotel, known as the "COMMERCIAL HOT15L," for many years occupied l>y his Into father, and can assure them that no effort will be wanting on his part to muke the COMMERCIAL tho . \ ? . . Premier ' Conimercial aqd Family , . . Hotel . IN THE, NORTHERN DISTRICTS.,, so far as thorough attention to tho comfort anil convenience of 'ts patrons-is concerned. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Commission . Premier Wool Selling Brokers., Largest and Best, Appointed Warehouses. SKILLED and COMPETENT STAFF. Proceeds guarded by our TRUST ACCOUNT system. The Bubonio Plague, in Sydney is ouusing grcpt anxiety, ami considering the number of caBi's lliis is mil to bu wondered at. Durlngjthi.prevalence of llio plague in Hong Kong tli&lt;fgroatest ro ?lief wub obtuj>:ed from ilie use of Faulrtiug'a. liuoulyptuB Oil. Vide G ^on in nit Roport. The trial of Jimics Murjjhy at Grafton on nelmrgo'of murder lias boon adjnurnod till I.U'b' u.uxt court, owing_ to tlio oxcito Xlimit thrtiughout tho diBtticU?' ' Tho Premier's Vigorous Polioy. When Mr. Lyno started out to dp the work of Sydney property owners at tho public expenso turn regardless of cost, the question, Where,is the money to como from? became pressing. Some L20,0Q0 per month is being [mid in order to brihg up the arrears which these ''absent minded " gentry have left boliind them. To tliin must be sulked the unforsee...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
. Railway Time Table. * ?;,Ti'a'mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter ;fleld 'atV-7'10 p;in..~daily, Satrr-'iys. ex oaptedi. and! for Brisbane a. li*30 ? o.ns. ;3ailyj Snhdays excepted. ." -I ho Goods Train leaves Ten t erflel 1 for ;Sjrdney every Tuesday," Thursday, and I i.ainrday mornings at G a.m., and ar iivoa- from Sydney; evory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday ovemngs at '4*45 p.m. .r- The fares between Sydney and Tenter :field, and 'lVnteifield and Brisbane are as follow:- # \ . r . TPI/TEKPIELD TO SlDMEr. 1st (lasr, Single ... ... £A 1 ; . 2nd O'lan, Single ... .s. 2 lO.'- O : ?' Eetum Tickets, available for4.>a^ ? Two-Months. . : ???.Vw,. 1st Claan ... ... . ... i85 12 .0 ? : . 2ndClaia ' ... .3 10 0 t ;;, v AVAU ANG4EUA 0 BllISBANE. . ' ! . . Ist Clasii, Single ... ... XI 10 7 &lt;t; ii 2nd ClaiB, Single^.., 1 .'5, 5.. '.rr-Vj 1st Clasil, Eeturn ... ... ,2 19 5 /2nd Clacs, Return ... 1 18 2
The Latest. A STARTLING PLAGUE EPISODE. FOUR FRESH CASES TO-DAY. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Tlie .. Iiatest./ ; A STARTLING PLAGUE EPISODE. . FOUIL FRESH CASES TO-DAY. ' ? SYDNEY, THURSDAY. NIOHI.' Ml- John Haynes, has' aupplied tlie Premier writli diroct information .with I'ojgird to >i ease of plaguo, in which a raodioul man attended nine days without .reporting tho matter to the authorities. The patients name, mid that of the Dqo or has boon supplied to tho Board of Health. Proceedings will bo initiated immediately. To-drty'a OHSOM WUIU \V. Jones, Surry Hills ! Florrio: Young, Balluain ; also n enauat Sydney Hospital, Mm palient bo injj a Chinaman named Fo"- ICung, and Iluury Fusaoll, who took ? ill in Goorgo Street, ' i .
THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
/ . THE ' PLAGUE./ ; SYDNEY, TUESDAY: Altogether bight caseB of, plBEue- were re|joi'tud yesterday. The contacts num bered 15(5, of whom over 100 wero taken from a city. reBtuuratit to quarantine. 3 ohinese have been affected to date. t>nd all succumbed within a fow hours.. Yesterday'Brrecord is considered very serious. The President of tiio Board of Health says it is idlo to hope that the mere cleansing of the city will stamp out 'the diseas.e. We need not oxpect to be ontiroly free from the plague until we are free from plague-infected rats. -The work of cleansing the other^city areas has commenced. ? Drastic precautions continue to be taken in New Zealnnd»ngainst the plague, but much uneasiness has been caused by the discovery of'bubonic bacillus in"*tlio rats. . » _ , ? Later. John McCarthy, a plague patient, diod in quarantine lilst night;: - Up to ii"no)v to-day no additional out-, .break Unfl' been reported. : Between 90' and 100 contacts wero taken to quarantine, this mor...
TRANSVAAL WAR Mafeking Despondent. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Mafekinef Despondent. LONDON, April 23. Genoral Sir Charloa Warroh lma left Durban for East London, and it is under stood lie will assume a civil post in tho Orange Froo State. It lias transpired that the Boers have mounted 69 guns lit Ki-fionstad, about midway between Bloem fontoin and Pretoria, and'tlint the de fences of the latter placo Imvo been strengthened by tho addition of seven Creuzot guns. From furthor particulars to lmnd re garding the attack made on Lord Methuen's force near Boshjf ou Friday last, it appears that the roar guard was brought into action when defending a convoy. Tho'attack came asa surprise, the ground having been examined three hours previously, when only'small-parties of Boera were discovered. A foreigner led a dashing attack by the Boera, who occu pied a portion of a kopje, and afto- being repulsed they roformed and tried to pass round to another kopje, but wore again repulsed with heavy loss. Major-General Pole-Ca'rewis now oper ating with the' New Sou...
The Australians. [FROM THE BLOEMPONTEIN FRIEND.] No.1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
; The Australians. [FnOMvIHE BlOEMlONTEIN TbIEND.] ?' cqntiu geritsthat have done suchgood service for 'England in the present -war are now ar rived 'in Bloemfontein with Lord Boberts* forces. The New 'South Wales Lancers have'seen longer servicevthan any other Australian troops; A detachment of them had ji>8t completed six months' training at,Aldershot under Captain Cox when war became imminent. They volun teered for active servico, and their.aend-off from England rivalled the Queens' Jubilee as a spectacle. All through the war they have been of the greatest value to Gen; French as scouts and patrols with the firBt Cavalry Brigade; and after doing an infinite amount of desultory fighting around Rens burg they were in the van of French's de sperate dash to the relief of Kimberley; with him they hurried down to cut off Cronje's retreat Eastwards, and they wereprpsent at his surrender; they fol lowed the fortunes of French right through on to the taking of - Bluemfoutein, and a New...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900
Brief Mention. ELECTRIC light mooting to-night. FOOTBALL club mooting to-night. NEW Auctioneer fetarted business. . . AUCTION. Bales to-morrow afternoon^ .£. Mit. IHOMAS Cairns, is busy delivering ratd notices;' r Bbhoei of Christ Church vestry iiibet ing appears on our fourth page, , " " MEETING of Fodeyal Electorato Com mittoo in the ScRool of -Arts to-morrow night. Mr Alexander MdjNTOMti;'\ot Morse, has purch ised Cle'revaulx estate;.near Glen Innes, for L14,G26., THE Georgia Magnot to-night and to morrow night.r.. THE return cricket match between Ten terfiold and Starithorpe will probably be played at the latter town to-morrow week. The present rate of 7s 3d per word for caliles from Australia to South Africa will bo reduced to 2s Od per word to members of the Australian Contingents from their relatives. AT tho Armidalo Circuit Court, F.. C. M'Carthy was found guilty of shooting with intent to murder George 'Smith, Glen Innes, and remanded for sentence. THE Glen Innes.GuARMAN in...