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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. A Inter cable Btatos that Lord lioborts repM-ls that Lieutenant-General Polo Ciirow lias reached Roodikop.. The enemy list heavily, and Mnjor.^Gerieriil French compelled the Boei'a^'cyfacuate So, Wets Dorp. ,

PROPOSED POST OFFICE ALTERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

PROPOSED POST OFFICE AL . 'TEEATIONS. . TOUCHING tho reference made at the last meeting of tho Municipal Council oil,.tliu' expediency of requesting the Post-.Maator General to lmvu certain- ukefiitibus made to the present bip'SIiig for the bettor convenience of this public, wo avo informed by Mr. X':'osey, Postmaster, that steps to nrri.e at this purpose were token by the Department same six months ago,, and Mr. S. Herbert, Clerk of Works, Armi dale, lias already been in town, and taken particulars concerning tho proposed alteia tinns now under consideration. Of course, tho letter from tho Council may havo the effect of expediting matters, and wo avo Miro thiit none will bo more pleased than tho stall when a change in I ho .present manner of conducting business is brought into existence. It is not denied that there is plenty of room in tho building for all requirements, but the absurd manner in which tho interior is partitioned nffis neither adapted for the work of tho stall' emplo...

LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, 24th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

LICENSING COURT. ./ ?TUESDAY*'24th APRIL. I BEFORE Mr.: M. H.. Fitzhafdingo P.M. an J E; W. Whereat L.M. Mrs. Burgess applied for a transfer, of tlio licenBo of the Exchange Hotel from her lute husband, Christopher "Burgess, to herself. Mr. Weigall appeared for.the applicant. It transpired that prolmto of the will had not yet boen granted, the''Bench therefore h&d no option but to adjourn the Court for-a week',' to permit of .this being obtained in the meuntimo. ? ' .

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

Buy yourself a New Saddle FOB. THE NEW YEAH, AND comb where you can ohooso a good one from the LARGE STOCK BOW . on hand at . A - A J. SMITH'S Saddlery - Establishment. --COHPBI8ING . -.'iv .Somersets, Strong Capped .Kneo , pad tjtock SaddleB, light stock, hunting, stceplechaso, and boys' saddles. Side Saddles a speciality. " 1 Bridles in groat variety. _ / ..' Buggy-haruess(black and brown), strong andservicable. No slop work turned out of this estab.' 1 ehment. All articloB mado by skilled workmen. ?" T. SMITH: HIGH-STRK TJ5NTKRF KLD. F. KNE1PP Fop best of everything in the Saddlery Line AT LOWEST PBICES, STOCK SADDLES'made on tho latest I-nproved Trees, by expert workmon. Warranted to wear well, and give lasting satisfaction. Specially smtablo for Squat ters.ond Rough Riders. : - AIBO ?' 1 :? .1- ' ' Light English Stylo Hunting Saddlos on Improved Trees. ? ??/.<.? Ladies' 'SaddleB. ; Boys'nnd Girls' Saddles, .j r . .. UuggT or Sulky Harness.' :< * ' ? : Cart...

CHURCH OF ENGLAND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

CHUECH OP EN&LAND SOCIAL. THERE WAS IS lrfgo attendance at the above-social, wlijoli was hold in tho School of' Aria last Wednesday night. As pre viously mentioned tlTVs object of the func tion was toform the nucleus of a fund to purchase material for a sale of work to be held later on in aid of tho Church Build ing Fund. The stage of the hall was very tastefully relieved with a number of pot plants bearing rich folingo, On the stage was also a long table laden with an assort ment "of refreshments of n dainty and delicate kind. Mesdanies Juergens, Jen sen, Bentley, arid Lorni\x and other ladies wore in charge of this part of Lho function, the liquids and refreshments being served ut intorvals during lho Ovening to the largo company assembled by a number of young ladies. A varied musical and vocal programme was discussed, Mr. J. H. Roper largely contributing with the Graphophone, which since its introduction has been a leading feature on like occa sions. One very pretty table...

Christ Church. ANNUAL VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

Christ Church. ANNUAL VEST11Y MEETING. ..-.?Trip-; adjournednmiuai mooting ^of the .. :Pnc^braers qr tho ibjvo^Church was held Parisli ^Hall on Tuesday evening last,^whun * there."whs a fair attendance? , :.tbo^;icar:(tho-K6v/jH.;0.,Sinitl)) pro; . maing. .. . -?v;-'*;:V ? : The minutes of tlic previous annual .' C nwetiusr were, read; mid coijiBrwcd: : . 'Ihu -aWsuror (Mr." G. W. 'Bentloy) read^his. financial ystatoraoht nnd report -. for thpypaVi: which,;showed li 'great in croiisu.iu tho figures during tho past year coiiipared to previous yimrs, tho total 'ro T ie^ed ,t>ln£ £240, as against £-l6;for lS,),>. -The balance shoot,; sub jectto audit, "asadopted on. tho motion . of Mr, Bentloy, seconded by-Mr/ Carter. . ...A?»m/al Address. » , ' TKe. "^r,?ul tliun road his .nnnual ad dress to. the.p«u:ibh^ which ran at fo/lows:^-J" ,, : penr,:>>uiis))iouerA-It, is with much pleasure that I deliver tnj fifth Kaster ad ; dress, to.you. rB>. f he grace of Cod we have 6ccn n...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

LOCAL NEWS. ELECTRIC LianTiNQ.-A meeting to dincuHs t-Iiis question will be lieltl at Brown's Commercial Hotel to-night. Mr. F. J. Robertson promises to' furnish thoso present with nil details concerning the project. . . . SCHOOL CHANGES.-Mr. M.-Roilley, for some iimo'teacher nt-tho . Black - Swamp Public school, .has . boeii transferred to the Torrington . School. . Miss;'; Wnrrall succeeds' Mr. Roilly. at! Black Swamp. Tho departing gentleman will lio a loss to local football and cricket clubjj, oF which games lio was an enthusiast,' . 'MniiTABY. ^Intimation /lias1 been re ceived from Hoad' Quarters that the local Half Company will require to lipid One whole day, and live half day parades before the 30th June next, inftddition)to the seven days camp. It has been suggested that the Camp be held on the 28th May next, but nothing has been definitely arranged so far. ' .. ; . SAiVATION AIIMY ENTERTAINMENT. The above entertainment, held in the School of Arts on Tuesday night, was not n...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 27 April 1900

IN MEMORIAM. BAKER. — In fond and loving memory of my dear brother WILLIAM BURKIN BAKER who departed this life on April 22nd, 1899, aged 58 years. Had he asked us well we know, We should cry oh spare this blow, Yes with streaming eves should pray Lord we love him let him stay. But the Lord doth nought amiss   And since he has ordered this     We have nought to do But still rest in silence on his will.   Inserted by his loving sister, E. J. MERCHANT.  

For the Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

For the Future. [FROM HIE BI.OKMKONTEI.N- FMKNU.] Oru Oranga Free State, hoaorod among South African States and Colonics for tho wiBdfliu, moderation, purity and frugality of its Government, has ended its career cf absolute independence. To many born in the country and brought up undor its laws - the end must bring the most poignant | grief. Knowing as they do how exactly j the constitution was suited to tho require* , dents of the country, its suicide in a fit of temporary insanity may appear at first ! sight a catastrophe from which there can .beno recovery. This, however, is a view to be deprecated/ being both extravagant and groundless. In the days boforo the Closer TJuion policy was . adopted a band of patriots with a large following in the country foresaw the coming' trouble and did all that was possible to prevent it; Tho FBIEND OF THE FBEE STATE supported theso men until the clash of arms stopped all discussion, and | tho only honest course wasto try and help i the FATHERLAN...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Dentistry. ' n» atreet.Tpnter&W. a and;:ra DR. AMBSBVBY/--^ . Dr. Wanted. NUB UDY'S . - oh young ...furtubltf sh^me. .Salary no "jctt. of>ou fur Ten .lay*:-' Apply 16 { Unsr'GAPl'.ONl; .a ; > Kpgisfry Ofiioo. liii' f ^Val»-a G.ivuriimont rjtnilwnya l».lri3n of LIil' KuiUvay ConinnsJoD^ri-. Sydney. 2oth April, 1000. I r|lEKDJ3US will be received ab the Rail- | JL way Commissioners' Office, Sydney, | unf il 12 o'olook on MONDAY, the 7th May, | 1900, from persons willing to contract for tlie SUPPLY of BILLET WOOD at TENTERFLKLD STATION, required dur ing the year ending 30th June, 1901. Speci fication aud further particulars can be ob tained on application to the Comptroller, of Railways Stores,'Eveleigh, Sydney. Tensors are to bo*en«ior«cd, Tender for Billet Wood (or SaiiU) as the case may.he. ." The CominisbioBors- do not bind, them bcIVCB to arccpt the lowest orany Tender. By order of tho Commissioners, : .:. H. McLACHLAN,: .. ?.>-: Secretary. . lelbouFne House Reeei...

TABULAM NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

TABULAM NEWS. (FROM OCE OWN COBRESPONDENT.) THE bridge across the ClurqnBB Ri'ver\has? now taken a definite shapo. On Satur day last tlie first sot of girders wsro."de livered on the ground, and'on the follow ing Tuesday » couple more were -landed.' ,Mr. Plater, contractor, ' appears doter lnmcd to get through with bis work as early as possible. Mr. A. J. -Butt has all his piles cut'ready in the bush, ? but so far none have been delivered. .His saw-, mill in the town Is approaching .comple tion, and he shortly expects to start saw ing operations. Mr. Rossltter is milking "ffiir progress with his dredging work. His.wolks are situated about a mile and a halt belowithe river, and dredging operations will shortly be entered upon. The first lease granted, that of Mr. M'Cormack, some eight miles , up the river, is now in the process of testing by Mr. Scott, and all now depouds upon his report. , . ? Tho district has now a police constable of its own to presorve law and order. .Mr. Dobhie,...

AWFUL FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

AWFUL "FATALITY. A FEARFUL accident occurred in Syduev . °? ,Sat"rday morning at Hie pre miaes of tho J rcah Food and Ice Com piny, Limited, Darling Harbor, the ex act spot being in tho ice cutting and de Htrnnf n? "" tho pidti ,,f Lfvoipool FW TT ""i"® °f t,1B vi<=H'» wr.5 i rank Evans. Ho was a number of the Metropolitan, police forco, and had re cently arrived from South Africa, and joined the police about four weeks ago * or some time pant he had , been engaged on barrier duty outside tho various quaran tine areas. Evans was on duty by tho quaiantino fence 011 the north side of Li vorpool-streot during tho night; A bout O'.JOa.m. the delivery carts began to ar rive at tho sheds already -spoken of, and soon afterwards tho saws wore brought into operation to cut the. ice into various sized blocks. Theao Baws run in boxes on the upper side, but aro exposed on the lowor. The ice ia placed on trucks, which aro run under the first bench containing three saws, and then benoa...

TRANSVAAL WAR Wepener Relieved. Combination of British Forces. THE ENEMY MAKE A RUNNING. FIGHT. LONDON. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Wepener Relieved. . Combination of British Forces. . the ENEMY MAKE 'a RUNNING. . FIGHT.. ^ . LONDON. Aoril 26. Gcnorai Brabant'sforce lms rolieved Wcpunor. Tho advrtrioo siDco Sunday hns been unoppVisecl. - . , 4500 Boers with ox. wajjgonp are in full -flight from tho district,. General Fronch is . in hot pursuit., :v Tho Boora Imvo been shelled from their treneliesnt the Four>oen Streams. > ' - President Krugor.hns collected an enor mous quantity of storea in tho Lydenberg ^'district for the puyioso of making a final stand.- - . The Briffsh' occupied Do Wet's Dorp unopposed. ? ' All tho' country in tho neighborhood of Bloemfontein wator works is now cleured. . ' The British prisoners nt Protoria are being treated in a most inhuman manner and ^disease is rampant. Tliey are not allowed doctors, and the majority of the prisoners are compelled to sleep iu the open, . General French hn= dofoatod 1600 Boers . under Geuernls Botha and Do Wet. _ During the sei«o of Weponer, Colonol ...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Wheat, 2s 9d . ; Flour, LGosto L6 10s ' " Oliickwheat, 2a 3d to 2s 6d ; ChnO,, Xj2 10S to L3 15s, Potatoes L2 to L3 . Muize, 2s6dto.2s6d Oats, 2s 4d to J2s 5d . ' .. Luoovno, L2 us to L2 15s ? ' , ? Butter, crcamory, IOd ; fuotory, 9d .to Hi ; dniry, 8d to 8Jd. . -i '; ' ' .

SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

p;. ?:'/v.-; SYDNEY, ;> : ' MONDAY NIOIRR. ? Tin ore is quoted at 2,}a Cel. * . . . A Qiimbor of persons were finod to-dny for breaches of the Early Closing-Act. v. .. Durinj»»ho forty oight. ho in ojldod nb ,Ovo'cluck this morning, nearly tho wholoof 'tbe colony participated in n fuir ramfitll. tho hoavirafc being in the Eastern Divi sion. - . . . ' < . _ A cabman named M. Williams Imnged .himself at Petersham tins morning. Tho. Imperial Bushmen's Camp is fast breaking up:- Fifty left yestorday. njid a Urge, number on Saturday for good, tho men considering their. chance of active - servjeo lfad vanished. ' . : 'MR. J. I].'Item-proceeds to North. Queensland at the end of the week on bqsi- ? ness matters. I AIIOTIOS" salo? to-morrow = ? by .Mr;".<1 ; Wlio.out,

Mr. W. J. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Mr. W. J. Gibson's Weekly Eeport. PRODUCE . SALES. Maize 3s retail, wholesale 2s Cd. to 2* 93 Oats, 2s 9d . " ! Chaff, 3j to 3s ' Pumpkins, 3s per dozen . t. \ Potatoes, 3s cwt ' t ' Fowls, 2s to 3s per'pair';"' Ducks, 4s to 5s per pair ' . Eggs, Is tola 2(1 per dozen ; good demand Stock-Sheep, brisk demand but owners reserves are generally ubove buyers limits. Cattle-Fat and Stores, in good' demand. I have several good lines now being in* spected. Properties-I anticipate-good in grazing I estates nf fair size. 1 ha»e two buyers now nspccting, and hope to report sales next week.

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. < MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Bildgory, report as follows? V 1347:cuttliiwbro ynrdod, the mnik^t be ifag.a shade firmer. Bestlieof worth 20ij ?parlOOlba.-' Bullocks, L3 10s to L8 16s j . oowa,'L210s c6;L0 3a.- ' _ . . 2900 sheep wore penned,-.virtues- being -s unchanged. Wothors; 7s 2d to -lDs lOd ; ewes, 7s 2d to lis 6d.' , - ^ .Northern Agent's bullocks averaged t Ii(t 8s and L4 13s'; cows,' L4 17s 5d..

Mr. I. Whereat's Wholesale Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Mr. I. Whereat's Wholesale v Price List. ' Corivfrom 2sGd to 2s 9d v Oats, from 2s to 2s 3d Potatoes, 2u 9.1 per cwt Chaff,,3* to 3s 3d per cwt Pumpkins, 2s per cwt .Turnips, 2s per cwt Wheat, 2a Cd to3s8d per bushel - Bran,' 4s per HO'bs Pollard, 4s per lOOlbs Limp, 4s per bag

The Commonwealth Bill. FEDERALISTS ANXIOUS. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

* ,The Commonwealth Bill. " V"^:" PEDERALISTA--ANXJOLIS.^ "" LONDON, SUNDAT. . , f'The Australian federal delegates in .London have presented to Mr.' 'Chamber lain a secunl memorandum- still. strongly deprecating any'amendmont o£ the Com Vmonwaalth Bill, .The memorandum is .bold and uncompromising in tone, and in ?Bisis'.that any-amendment will be diBtasto ful; and. harassing. £ Mir. Dickson declined tosignjfcha memor andum,. 'as ? further controversy would /militate against the speedy passage of the .bill. " r , '} "At b banquet given by the City Liberal Club, the delegates and . Aj»orifcs-Geno- ? -rals, "spoko against aBy . amendments, »l)i!o Sir Jaiian Salomons said that -'Chief-.Justice Darley had implored him to. protest publicly, and use his influence to 'maintain tljjs^present right of appeal to the Privy Council intact. , : Sir . Reginald Hanson, M.P., for the City of London, has presented to Parlia ment npotition f(otr> the Banks of Sydney, agaiost the limitation of appe...

TELEGRAMS A Partner Swindled. CITY BUSINESS MAN VICTIMISED SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

TELEGRAMS A Partner Swindled. CITY BUSINESS MAN VIOTIMISEDj " S'V . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. THB'cIbtectives are searching for a certain . ."!' foreigner, who is alleged to have taken down his English partner,.a well known. - - city business man, to thff tune. of about Jj4000;.; The swindle was worked: by . moansbf forged-bUlg of lading and pur chasing :. orders. :

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