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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, April 30. BEFORE the Public Magistrate. ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

POLICE COURT. MONDAY, ^April 30. BEFORE tlio Pulico Mngistrntc. ALLEOBO CATTLE STEALING. A'young man named Georgo Harper^ ! appeared in custody 011 nn alleged clmrgo of stealing one red and whito steer the property of Georgo Moiling on or. about tilti 28tli ihsiant. . ConsKble Tnoloy depoaed tliat about 5 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, a com plaint-was rnado with reference to the stealing of some cattle, in consequence of which they wont in'searcn of the accused. Saw the latter in High-street in conversa tion with a man named Stack, the plain tiff. Accused - was then arreted and charged with stealing a red and white steer. -' * In reply to the bench, accused said-ho had no questions to ask. The polico then applied for a remand for threo day's for tho production of evi dence, which was granted.

The Latest. A SECOND CASE IN BRISBANE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

TPlxda Iiatest.' A SECOND CASE IN BRISBANE. ' SYDNEY, MONIMY. ' . The fresh casus of pi igue on Sunday, .were Henry Podesta, a visitor from tivor-. pool, who had been lodging in the City '1 ; since. Monday. Alfred Sharer, agod- 8 ; years, .n .school pupil at . Wuvorley, and Mrs. Whitehead, wifo of a pastoraliBt, wlio-i was staying at a City Hotel. The building, with forty contacts has been quarantined. The Government have determined to, carry out thu Darling Harbor resumptions immediately tho noccssiay details are.ar ranged. AuotUer case of pligue was reported from the Globe this morning, the patient boing a young man named Christopher Margetts. Several other suspicious cases were, brought undor the notice of the -Board of Health, and are being investigated. The plaguo in Honolulu has been par-, tially stamped out. A woman named Alleo Noura, reported to be suffering from the plague at Red fern this afternoon, was removed to quarantino with a number of contacts. - BRISBANE, MOKDAY. "...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Post Office Time Table. .MAILS CLOSE FOR WilBOna' Downfall. nnd Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, at 9-80 p.m. * Sydney, Glen Innes Armidale, Maitland, arid Now jastlo, 6'15 p.m. (Saturdays : excepted. , J Tabulam, Ciwino, Liamorc, and Richmond '. Kiver-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 / . noon; leaveatl2-30p.nl, ^ rimbarra, and Steinbrook-Tuesday and ' Friday, at 9'30 p.in. Leave Wednes day and Saturday at 6 a.m. . Drake, Sandy Hill, and Rossiterville Daily at 12 noon. Leave.at 12;30pjn. Bonsha'W-Monday and Friday; at 9"30 p.m. Leavo Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. " Bryan's Gap-Tuesday arid'Friday at '11*46" a.m. Wlillangarra and Queensland daily at 10'30 a.m. (Sunday oxcepted.) / MAILS AnniTE inoii Sydney, GTfen Innes, Armidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11-50 a.m. Boonoo BOODOO, and Wilson's Downfall Thtysday and Sunday, at 5*30p.m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5*45 .p.m.' Tabulam, Casino, and Bichmr.nd Birer Same as Drake. Timbarra,...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FltAGUANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tbo most offoctivo pr< parntlon t . for ridding tho-mouth or tbo aroma of tobaooo, and leaving a - pleasant taste. SoM in li< 6<i>i 2i. CcL, and ltt>. 7i,6d, bottle* (flnplUA rata), at ChemitU and Slow. , F. 0. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. £ It Gold <& Silver AfcdaU and IHplomai. © Solicitors. ' XiBaAXi. i J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, . &c., - " 1 fRouso-stroot,' ToatorflolS.. - A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS .f\ for N. S. Wales, Queensland, .and Other colonies. ^ - S3L Local Keprcsmitrttivo of the -NorvvjoJi Union T]jro Insurance Socicty, \nd the National Mutual Lifo ^"Association- ofAus Uulusia, Limited* '. * ~ Trust Slonoy to Loxid on Approved Soourlty. JP. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Lnnes. CX71LL VISIT TENTERFIiiLD and VV attend Court when required. - Xiegal.' * C. Wood Readett, : Solicitor, rProetor, Conveyaneor, v &...

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

Commission Premier Wool Selling Brokers. No other charge to grower except cartage where incurred. * Largest and Best Appointed Warehouses. SKILLED and COMPETENT STAFF. Proceeds guarded by our TRUST ACCOUNT system. ;e

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

-Railway Time Table, -.is.-Tho moil fcrnm.for Sydney leaves Tenter '.fleldi-at T'lO.p.m. daily, Satrr^-ys ex -Cttpted,;and for. JBnelfan'e; al lr30 o.m. ^dtnl^^ufidayse^pted. , £»yd;ney^^^ j1;--i'fiursHftyj y£t;ft$urday /^mormngs.at -6 -'a.m., a'nd ar*' v>:lve8-fronl^Sydney.;every Monday, "Wed acsday, and Frjday evenings at 4*45 p.m. -s ,Tho fares between Sydney and Tenter field; and Tcnteifield and Brisbane are as follow:- " TFirCERFIELD TO SVDNBr. 1st (las*, Single ... £4> 1 0 2nd Olaf 9>Single ... ... 2 10 0 Eeturi Tickets, available for . v Two Months. . let Clasr ... ... ... £o 12 6 2nd ClaM ... . j ... 3 10, 0 . . . " : WAtl.ANOABUA 0 .13UISDANB. .lat Ciaai, Single \£l 19 7 -"- 2nd Clui 3, Siojjlo ... ... 1 6 5 - lafc.Clasii, Roturn ... ... 2 10 .5 ?:2nd Olacs, Eeturn ... 1 18 2

THE PLAGUE. OUTBREAK IN BRISBANE. ALSO IN NEW ZEALAND. SEVERAL FRESH CASES IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

THE PLAGUE. OUTBREAK IN rBRlSBANE;; : ALSO IN NEW ZEALAND, SEVERAL FRESH CASES IN; SYDNEY. 'A true case of bubonio plagui lias ibeeii discovered': at Woolloongabb»,; Brisbane", tli# patient being a carternaijicd Jambs' Drevison. ; The latter has been removed t<> quarantine, while several 7 contacts " hiivo Won isolated. ' . Drevisen, whO.was 21 years pf ago, who residefs in Hawthorne street-, was occupied as a carter between the markots and the wharves. Ho was taken ill th'ret* ilays 1 ago. Two promiuent doctors have pro nounced it a case of true plague.jj The patient was only married three, months ago. . His house lias been quarantined. Tho houseopposito containing-his father, i inothor, and three children have been isolatod as " contacts." A couple, of days ago adead rat wus dis covered in tho Kangaroo Point State School and was subjected to an examina tion. It wus found to. bo badly injected with plague bacillus. The authorities have therefore closed tho-school, and...

ELECTRIC LIGHTING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

| ELECTRIC LIGHTING SCHEME. IN rosponse to an advertisement thoro was n very well attended meeting ivt tho Com morcial -Hotel last Friday night to re cuivo and disouns details connected .with a Nchomo advanced by Mr. F. J. Robortson, Sydney, for lighting tho town with olectrio light. Included in tlio number present wero tho Mayor and Mr. C. A. Loo, M-P., Mr. I. Whereat occupied tho chiir, and after a fow introductory remarks called on Mr. Robertson to submit the nature of his proposal to the meeting. Air. ROIIERTSOH made it perfectly plain that -electric light was, if only on the ground of small initial outlay, tho most suitable method of lighting tho town, and said ho was awaro of r.o company supply ing any of tho thrte plants sposified, acetylene gas, coal gas, or electric light, who made n practice of "dumping" down expensivo and up to dato machinery, free of charge, in any small town; requiring it, .for tho purpose of lighting that town at so much' per lamp per year. Ho com ment...

FEDERAL ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

FEDERAL "ELECTORAL BOUND ARIES. ' A MEETino of tlio committee appointed at tbo recent public meeting was hold nt the Town Hall, in consequonco of tho School of Arts beiijg engaged for other purposes, on Saturduy ovening lant, -when there was n fair attendance, Mr. J. H, Reid occupying tlio Chair. Tho Secretary (Mr. J. Strauss) reported that, tho petitions lmd been extensively distributed in tho surrounding districts for I signature. Correspondence was read from (1) Mr. 0. A Lee, M.P., stating that ha would leave for Sydney on the 3rd instant and would be at tlio Commissioners Office on Friday, 4th instant, at 2'30 p.m., to present tho petition, at which -place and hour tho other mumbers of'Parliament might be informed to meet him. Also that ho would tako charge of the petition when ready. (2) From Mr. T. T. Eiving, M.P. for Lismore, acknowledging receipt of letter with regard to attending deputation, and stating that ho would be glad to do any thing in his powor. If all tho niemtier...

The Public Service Board. RUMORED APPOINTMENT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

The Public Service 'Board, RUMORED ^APPOINTMENT. .... ':SY'PNEY, MOSDAV NIQHT. IT is rumored, in political circles thilt Mr. 'Ashton intends to ibsign his sent in iho' 'Assembly to acebfjt the vacitioy on the' Piiblio-Sorvice.' Board .caused by llio re tiremoQt.of Mr. T," A> OoaUkn,

Great Fire in Canada. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

Great Fire in Canada. v LONDON, .FRIDAY. A groat fire is raging at '.Hull' jsnd Ottawa. The dumago at present is osti muted, nt frum ten to twenty ; million dollars A largo portion of Hull is ^in ruius. . Owing to thu destruction of the electrie lighting plant the city is in- darkness. There are 'numerous fatalities, and 2000 people are homeless. " ? 1 : " Fir.'inenhave lioen ."summoned from' Montreal, Toronto,, and elsewhere, und the military aro lending assistance. Tho outbreak is attributed to Fenian sympathisers with ; the Boers, as three separate outbreaks occurred together. -Several fatalities' hlivo been recorded, and thu British press tirgo the starting of publiu subscriptions;'^ The Canadian militia hnvo been called, out and are assisting to fight the flames. LONDON, SI'NIIAV. The Lord Mnypr of Loudon has opened a Fund for the relief of tho sufferors. London firms have already cabled thousands of pounds to Ottawa, while the Dominion Government >ind olheia in. Aniorica li...

THE GEORGIA MAGNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

THE GEORGIA MAGNET.' THAT-.famous littlo American ludy, Miss. Abbott, the Georgia Magnet, fairly mys tified and dulightcd good houses in the School of Arta oti Friday aud Saturday, nights, with her marvellous entertain-, menls. A large number of citizens wore on.tho platform, and supei vised the per formance, and took part in the various tests. Miss Abbott simply handled-these men singly and collectively like dolls, ful filling every advertised detail minutely. No more marvellous-jr more; interesting exhibition was ever before aeenjn Tenter field. There appeared to lie no liuiit to' tor mytt'jri^us power, and yet aho is a little petite pleasant girl like woman, weighing about 7at 2ibs, She lifted with her open hand first one man, then eight, then\tho same number could" not raise her, lift and tug as tliey might. Littlo children by looking at her wero rendered immovable, and so on for two hours test after test was presented. JPhe most mar vellous feature wns.tho total absence of phys...

A Discourteous Action. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

A Discourteous Aotioa. (To THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) SIB,- " Whimsical " respectfully begs to inform, tho committed of tho Federal Elec toral boundaries farce, that in response to. public inv.itation lie was in the School "of Arts at' tho .appointed- hour on Saturday night'fpfcholding the meeting but never 'a meeting was held in that building. . Ho objects to be treatod in such discourteous fashion; and in futuro will nob put him self about to attend unless by written in vitation'. With all duo deference to tho undoubted respectability and singleness of pui pose of tho committee, " Whimsi cal " is moro convinced than ever of .holo nod corner tactics,'Mind is henceforth in clined to wash his hands of nil connection, unles as satisfactory explanation be forth coming. . ; WHIMSICAL. Tenterfiold, 30th April iOOO.

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

. 'Preliminary Notice. . . W. J.~Gl£SON ; BIGS to announce tint lie is about to COM jiKKCE BUSINESS in TEN 'J'ERFIELD, as Auctiomier, Stock, Station, and General Commjssioin Agent, Anil will bo glad to receive particulars of Stock, l'roperty. Agricultural,Produce, 4c., ' for Sale. Having liad ecit-n years' experience in thi> class of Luaineee, consignors can rely on strict attention to busincsaaod'pronipl pay , xo'ent of proceeds) .) > W. 3. GIBSON, | t.KouM-iliciiti.TenterCold. > Plague is purely a filth disease. , To surely I avoid it wash daily in water containing a quantity of Solyptol ami sprny your dwol I ling rooms with Paulding's Eucalyptus Oil. j\'^ *\'P K'Pxy. .yr n § Look well should perform its functions properly . .... Feel well of the body should work in harmony . « . . Be well S.hi3f fZ world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-'Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING WoBfe's Schnapps :: VOU WILL LOOK WELL FEEL WELL, aT SE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Eiver Ailment...

What the ' Northern Star' Says. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

What the ' North era Star.' Says. THE subjoined wticio jfrom tlie -Liraiore Stab, on the proposed "incorporation of. the tableland, electorate of Teutertield with the Coastal towna^apjtanrs ,m Saturday's issue of that journal\ ' "Tha public meeting at Tenterfield last week was vory; umtnimous; in the de sire to bp incorporated with thi) Richmond River district and Tweed one" elec torate./ Tho latter districts aro in the happy condition that it; mutters very little whether they liavo Tenterfield tnckod onj or whether it bo the Clarenpe. In cither caso the preponderance of 'popula tion ia with us, and therefore tho voting power. Further, population in these districts is growing so rapidly compared ? with neighbouring districts that the balance of voting, power will yearly in crease in our favor.. If'tho question of identity of interests was to bo considered coast electorates and tabloland electorates ! would bo the beat division. This is un doubtedly the proper consideration which sho...

MILLIONAIRE DAIRY FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

: MILLIONAIRE DAIRY ' FARMER. Sumo of the finest forms in the world "iire worked", by Now York millionaires, s. 'From'17 of these farms the produce an .nually sold amounts to L100.000. Mr. L. , P. Morton derives a yearly incume of ? L6000 from the sale of farm produco, and . -hoS'the finest barn in the world. It -cost LEO,000, and is lighted with electricity - throughout. * Each cow is chained to htr still, and a printed card abcve gives her birth anil pedigree. "A fad of this wealthy dairyman is only to employ gray horses on his farm. Another has a dairy farm extending four miles, with church, school, and pi.Bt and telegraph office in its area. The beautiful tiled dairy is.60 feet sqtiaro. Tho attendants are dressed in sterilised suits of white duck, and one of their duties is to sponge each animal several . times during the day and always comb them beforo milking. Thorp are over !)00 cowd on tho farm and the owner sends about 2000 quarts-of milk daily, for which ho receives L14.00...

"Nothing Better than a Political Job." Extract from Tenterfield Press. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

" Nothing Better than a Political Job." Extract from Tcutcrficld Press. (To TJIR EDITOR or THE CouniRit.). Sni,-In your issuo of the 20tli your re-: prcsentativo Mr. C. A. Loo thus stigma tises the notion which lias boon taken to mr.ke cleur, to tho Couimiasionora en gaged in dividing this Colony into Federal' electorates, tho views of the residents of tho -three Northernmost rivers and of Tenterfiold. A free expression of opinion is every mini's right, hut itappcars to me that Mi. Loo goos somewhat" beyond tho limits of legitimate criticism when lie states that I have been playing a double game, and was the instigator of the job. I have no doubt you will permit me spaoe for a fow words in reply. ' Tho first intimation I hud of the desiro of "the Tonterfield electors to combine (although I felt Bure such would be thoir wish) with those of the Richmond, Lij more, Ballina and tho Tweed, was an ox tract in tho liismoro press which had been taken from the Tenterfiold Press. I was in Wes...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MAY 1. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

THE TENTERFiEl D Jnlcrrolfliunl Coiuui; [ AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MAY 1; ; LOCAL NEWS. . TENDER Accbitbi).-The tender of Mr. | H.-- Coopev has been accepted\by: the De partment-for eroction^iof ^ tliii jteachetfs residence at Leech's - Gully. : V :. BUSINESS Chaxoes.'--.We -understand that Mr. Georgo Letford'ia about dispos ing of his'fruiterer's business toMr.Tait,' of Wallangarra:- Mr." Letford purposos payingtbeold-country a visit.. .... i For Chronic Chest . complaints. Woods'; Great Peppeiinibt Cure. ' . Is Od; ? ,'Sat.KOF WORK.-In connecting with Miss Juergen's private school, a sale of work will beheld on the 24th ultimo. The object is to raiso funds for the purchase of.a tennis set,, andother necessaries for pupils. - ?.' . ?_ ; PtoucniNa MATCH MEETING.-A meet ing of the committee was hold last-Satur-. day afternoon at the Agricultural .Society offico, . when . tho programme: for - the. mutches was drawn, up,' and -will shortly, bo advertised.'....

TENTERFIELD DIVORCE CASES. Decrees Nisi Granted. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 May 1900

TENTERFIELD DIVORCE CASES   Decrees Nisi Granted   At the Armidale Circuit Court on Wednes day last, Martin Finnerty, a farmer, peti tioned for a divorce from his wife, Margaret Finnerty, nee Grant, on the grounds of desertion. The issues for trial were marriage and desertion. Mr.A. B. White, instructed by Mr. J. A. McDonald (agent for Mr. J. F. Thomas), appeared for petitioner.   Martin Finnerly stated that he was married to Margaret Grant, in the Wes loyan Church at Tenterfield, on 5th August, 1895, by tho Rev. Rd. East. His wife was living with her mother at the time, and was then underage. He lived with his wife till March 26, 1896. Martin Finnerty, continuing his evi dence, said he lived with his wife till the following March, when she left Tenter field to go to Armidale Show, and he had not seen her since. Three days after she left Tenterfield, she wrote a letter, asking for money, and he sent her 15s. She promised to return the following...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

its functions properly To To look well your LIVER | should perform all the organs Feel well of the body should work in harmony . , . . Be well world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING LOOK WELL FEEL WELL AND 3E WELL. It is unsurpassed ns a specific for Liver Ailments-is a stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and invigorates the bowels and kidneys. Aek for WOLFE'S tho Real Original Schnappo. tfy\ AVVAi'\., ?rmr.Tili Mi? i ii 'm- ? i ii.irrnTMi and some days I could not do any sort of work whatever. Summer and winter 1 had tn keep myself well wrapped up in flannels, afraid to get cold because of the agnizing oonsequonccs. Taking my lot all through ymi will seo that it has not been a pleasant. 011c, but sonic mouths ago I got a medicine which changed my life. I mean Doan's BacKacho Kidney Pills. These Pills were the first remedy to do me any good. I got thorn at Cavanough'u Pharmacy when all faith in romcdiea had pretty well left 1110. .AH « matter ...

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