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

GREAT "GJRUMBLERS. 1 GruriiUin'g' will c'easo.if Tentorfield people -' wi" f°'low t|iis"citizen's advice. ?'v . Witcri the^kidheysjire sick they grumble, v .".ypu.hehif theni oloar. tlirough.the buck. ..Yoii.feci tlioin cloar through the body. . /l'hey-grumble when over-taxed.1 ? ?. > 'You would' know the reason ? It's a simple tinny, your bjick will: toll you Backncbe is the brst grumbling warning. t The kidneys give itj ifyou heed it not. . Look out for trouble. It. will surely come. -priuaiy- trouble, kidney trouble and limny miseries;1 . .... .<- V '''.'Dunns' Dncknche Kidney Pills are mado for tlie kidneys only. ; ;. ..Thoy-curo.every form of kidney ill. ;Tho; experience of- Tonterbeld people pro\fcs tins. . .. .vJTnrftfs a caso m poiut :~-' r.i'Mr.vtfohn J''itzsimmon», Bill poster, -.Manners- tins: - town, statuB V Eighteen.years ago I full down the hold of n-sbi(Vund hurt my back and over since tlien'Tve:been pernccutc<}' with weak and; disordered kid...

A Tenterfield Divorce Suit. A Decreo Nisi Granted. Co-respondent to pay Costs. (Abrulged from the Chronicle,) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

A Tenterfield Divorce Suit. ? ;A Decreo Nisi Granted. Co-respondent to pay Costs. (?Abridged from the Chronicle,) ATthojVniiidnle Circuit Court last week >vilham:BaiJey,:pctiticmod for, a. diasolu fcion of tbo iimrriago ivitli his wife, Ellen l»'nrioir«;.iloy, .iicoPurou]!, on tlio ground of adultery; Uenry Johnstone was joined ss oo;r&jion'dopt, ' ' The issues were :marriage-2. ad ultery. . -- _Mr. M'lnfcyrti;-; instructed', liy-Mr. H. Weavor,-appeared for/the': petitioner. Re spondent and -co-respondent did not im pear. . - , r, .;WlUlam ;;BiiiIeyy;stnted. tl'iat .bo-.-.was married to^Men Purcell, in 'the Church of l^nulaml,.afc,01on Innesi by tlio Rev. . (certificate tiro-' uuci}d). _ one occasion ho"heard voices ,ui tuoifcttcneny.itind went out and saw .Henry. Johnstone.and. his wifo caressing each pther.-. 'Hij wns afraid to trust him boirin, tlie'kitclien at ibe time. He went back.- and..- took . bis little, tiny into an other room. ? Sest; morning he said to liis ,...

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

pisses Baker & Koernep D ' w EEMovpnP«^i.0 lhlt th«v makusg 8TUDIOApEEMlSESIVf ST°inB to th° * Mr. J. W. Fao^louso'tt °0C,'P'ed TwEEKLFsALiT r°U,'r/'. D"^S, Doves, PuiMiiUiiiB fflnSKUE""* SuiMks.' «aXua,'i:flt ""*b° ^""or ; vv. j. GIJSSON; ? ?. 1 -.?.:?.?. . ..>- Auctioneer. ^Preliminary Notice. ^ w. J "GIBSON Auctioneer, Stock, Station, and' General ;Commissiom Agent, | be e'"l ,0 receive pnrlicnlnra of for Sair0'"^ lo"! I in SoVprooSa.0 Uu6i"c°-»*J»} P«T»pt p£ XT. .1. GIBSON, Housc-atrcst, Tcnterfield. MATCHES!, Will BE UF.MAT I Mr. Goodrieh's Farm, Leech's Gully -OX Thursday, May 24. (QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.) COMMmEE .-J. H. Reid, P. Wi.Mo; BnnS i n nK' fcoinmerlad,. W. Goodrich, H. Donnelly, - fenr -TA j Donnelly, "John Toohay and D. Wtir: ! Programme: 1. CHAMPION MATCH for nil-comers .' 3rd Jl °W pl°Ugl-'' lsl £5' 2»<l £3,' 2. JIATCff for nil Ploughmen ulio have nevei won » first prize i" onycompeii ! (youth e match oxccrptc.I) ; siiinlc ftirrow plojgh. 1st £3, ...

Religious Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

Religious Memoranda. FOE SUNDAY, MAY 0. Ouoncii OF ENOLAND.-Tent erfi eld 7*30 N.M. (L! c) IT a.m. (11 c) and 7 p.m. Barney Downs at 3 Bv - Rev, H. G. Smith WMLKTAK CiiDRcn.-Tehterfield, 19 a.m. (Supply) AND 7 p.m. (Song bervice) liungulla at 8 byJIr. ;J. jl.Koper PKSSBTTERIAN CIIURCU,-Tonterfleld II a.M. and .. 7 p.M. by the Rev.. DILL-Macky. -E ROMAN CATHOLIC Cmrncir.-Moss at 8.30 a.m. and 11 ?a.tu. Benediction at 7.30 by the Bev, Father ?Corcoran. v DRAKE SERVICES '?* CIH'BCII OF ENGLAND.-11 a.m. and 7*30 p.m. By ,I-V ;ILR. CecIL/ . . F T F-WESLRVAN Ciit'ncii.-11 a.m., and 7 p.in. By the Rev. >V.LL Parkinson

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

POLICE , POURT. ' - TUESDAY, May 1. BEFORE .{ho Police .Magistrate. «: AlilEORD^OATTtE STEALING. , ? George Archibald Harper, appeared in custody on remand charged with having on the28tli April stolo ono red and wliito steer, the property of Oeorgo Melling. Mr. C. \\. Readett appeared for tlio accused. . , Senior-Soi gcaiit IIicl<s deposed: From information received I proceeded to mnko -inquiries Willi refercnco to tlio cliargt. of catt-Ie stealing now preferred against the accuse^ and later about 7 p.m. I saw tlio accuscd 111 High street in company with Constables O Brion and Tooley and James Stack. I heard, my name mentioned. I said I am here and got off my horse. It was just dark. I said to accused what about those cattle. Ho said "It is set tied: He appeared to be a bit muddled with drink. I then told Constable looloy to take the accuscd down to tlio charge-room. I said to tho accused in tlio presence of Constable Tooley, "I wish you to bs cautious in any replies you ...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. -YVlieiifc, 2s 9d , Flour, L(> Gs to L6 10s Cfiickwhcat, 2s 3d to 2s 6d Chaff, L210s to L3 IBs Potatoes L2 to L3 Maizo, 2s 5d to 2s Gd Oats, 2s -Id to 2s Sd Lucurne, L2 5s to L2 IBs - Butter, crcaniory, IOd ; factory, Od !)i; dairy, 8d to 8m.

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

Brief Mention. * No'prosecution in the-ulIegcd~cattlo stealing case^,, . ^ . I'tiNTEKFiEr.D cricketers "journey to Stan thorpe to-morrow. AUCTIONEERS must not conduct sales on Wednesday half holiday. " EX-ALDERMAN J. H. Rainford died in Sydney on Tuesday., MissEa;Baker andKoerner announco i chango of proraisos for their droBamak ing business. - THE West TcnterBeld Football Club will open tho season with' a social, to bo held in tlio Gymnasium on 16th May. "" THERE ia great distress at Ottawa and Hull jii account .of tho recent disastrous firu. Five thousand persons are thrown out of work and 18,000 are homuless. AN unfinished bridge at the Paris Exhi bition collapsed, f here was a crowd of people underneath tho structure at tho time, and eight wore killed uud CO injured. THE Full Court on Tuesday refused to grant a now trial in the action brought by Herbert Low against the ' Sydney Morning Herald,1 in whioh a verdict was given for defendants. THE Full Court on Tuesday , granted a no...

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, MAY 4. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl L) Intercolonial Corumr AND ' Fairfield & Wallangarra Advooate FRIDAY, MAY 4. LOCAL NEWS. ' A WARWICK Marriag£.-.The marriage of Mr. P. B. Chnuve), of Tekninn, Beuu dcsert, tu Wits Mackay, .ifTiolburra, was ccltrferntcd at St. Marks Church, Warwick, last 'lyesday week. THE -RAILWAY Commissionem.-These gentlemon passed through Tenterfield yes terday afternoon en route for Wallnngarro, and returned at B'30 this morning to Tcn teifiejd,-thence south. NINE MILK RACES.-Tho Nine Mile Jockey ,Club: purposo, holding a day's meeting:on the 24th .instant. - An entic ing piugianimcihas. been compiled, ,i\nd fhouid usouto-ncmert.uB cntnts..v . ? Fiike SELECTIONS.-Tliofollowmp Belec tioiiB were* taken up at' tho.local Lands Oflice -yesterday :-Bernard ; Murray, cl 40nerep, parish Tenteiiiold, County Clivo, Thomas Buddy, c a, 10!) acres,', parish Wellington Vale, County Gough. . , AN Oi.ii Euhding.- One of tho oldest buildingsmi-Rouse street, the pioperty of Mr. John-\\ hi...

THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

THE COMMONWEALTH BILL, LONDON, May X. 1 Tht) Fedoral dulegatea think Mr Chamberlain is likoly to allow the Com monwealth Bill to pass unamended, aim--: ultanebusly with tho passing of another : creating an Imperial Court of Appeal, and giving Australia tho option of recognising it. This conciliatory procedure is attribut-. able to tho roliancb placed - upon the ns:" surances that Australia is willing to adopt the Imperial Court; Tho Senate" of tlio University of Cam bridge has^deoided to confer tho.'Honorary. . degree of Doctor, of LVws (IJTJ.D.) upon Mr. Edmund Barton, tho New South Wales delegate. . : - / THURSDAY NIOHT. The Attornoy General has refused to call a moetiug of members of the Bar to discuss tho proposed amendments in tho Commonwealth Bill with regard to tho Privy Council appeals, declaring .that he could not lond official sanction to a [move ment which was in direct opposition to [the;' policy of [tho Government and wishes of tho people as expressed at two Keferen dum...

P.& S. P. BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

-;: j P.'&S. P. BOARD. A MEETING of the above Board was held; at tlio Court House yesterday, when there wore present .'Messrs. H. Gordon, (chair), Reid, AVJiite, Greenup, Jeffrey, Robert son, Swan, \V. T. Cadell, and tlioSecre tary(M. J. St. Clair.) . i' Tlio minutes of the previous meeting were jead and confirmed. . . . CORRESI'ONDF.NOR. . . : ' From-Mr. A.-Crisp applying for increase in bonus for dingo scalps. , Decided not to incrcaso "same at present.' -- < .. ?-, '.5 --ASSESSMENT. The Chaii man submitted Iiis estimnto of probable receipts'and expenditure of Board for current year. ? It wnB resolved that'half-ratesof OSECES ment be levied for current year. :. The Chairman submitted an alphabetical list of stock owners'with tho nunibors of stock o«ned by them. It was . resolved lliat the number of stock placed opposite ''the.naino of cai'h owner on the list sub .mittcd by the Chairman bo tlio nuinbor of stock to bo assessed. ?T^Resolved that the amounts of asse...

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. ' Tin oro is quoted at 23s Od. ThoPay master of the Gorman warship Moowo waa allot by a native at New, Britain. The latter committed euicide.' Mr. Ashton denies boing a enndidnto for the vacancy on tho Public Service Board. , Tho Full Courts' recent decision with regard to tho Early Closing Act has given widespread ff.itisfaction. The Marino Board, Brisb.mo, have do cided that thero is no blame attachable to anybody for the accident to tho transport ship, Manchester Port. The vessel has sailed for Sydney. " Mr. Seddon, Premier of Now Zealand, hns cabled an invitation to Lord Roberts to visit Now Zealand at tho conclusion of tho war, as ayuostnf tho colony. LONDON WEDNESDAY At a meeting of mining and pastoral companies in London, it was decided to petition for tho suspension of an amend ment of tho Now South Wales Death Duties Act.

Memorial to the Late Mr. W.H.Walker. Taking Definite Shape. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

Memorial to the Late nr. W.H.Walker. Taking Definite Shape. WE aro pleased to find llmt tlio suggestion "made by us some few wcekn ngo concern ing tho erection' of a memorial to tho lnte Mr. W. H. Walkor lias now tak«n delinito " shape. Shortly after tho Stock and Pastures Board con cluded their Hitting yesterday, a private meeting was hold for tho purpose of taking the initial steps in this direction. A re quistion was drawn, up for presentation i to His Worship; tlio Mayor, with tho view of that gontloman convening a public meeting of residents to aivo effecfc to tho object. A subscription list was at onco opened, tho eight gentlemen present contributing tho sum of between L30 and L40. Wo feel sure that tho Mayor will be only too pleased to_ comply with tho wishes of tho promoters of this most worthy object, and that the publio at largo will frcoly respond in the perpetua tion of the memory of a gentleman who devoted so much of his time and ability towards the progression of this ...

Yesterday's Home Bush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

Yesterday's HomeBush Sales SYDNEY, THUHSUAY NIGHT. MESSRS. Pitt, Son, ^nd Budgory,. report aa follows :- c 810 cattle woro' yarded,.tho market.bo-, ing XOs per head higher. Bullocks,- L5 to tilO Is; cows, L4' to LO. Boat' beSf, worth 21s poi* lOOlbs. About'24,000 sheep woro penned, tho market'boinir unaltered. . Wofchers, 7a 4d - to 193 Id; owes, 7B to 12a.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

,y . , Railway,Time Table,. Tho, mail tram for Sydney loaves Tenter* ,0eld at -7*10 p.m. daily, Satrr^tys ex cepted, and for Brisbane a. li'30 o.w. ?daily* Sundays exrppted. ;<r.^Tho -Goods .Tram leaves TenterfleH for *Sydneyt 'every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday ; mormngB at G a.m., and ar r ive.s from Sydney every Monday, Wed .Aesdny,Aud Frid/iy evcumgs afc p.m. . . -The fares betweon Syduey and Tenter field, and Ttnteifield aud Brisbane areas follow, , TFIiTBKFIGIiD TO Sl'DNEiY 1st \ lasr, Single-... .. ... «£4> 1: 0 2nd Clan,Single .... ...1 2 10* 0 .. Hetut'\ Ticlcets, available for . . Two Months. ' . . . ' . - v..' 1st Clas<.' £5 12 . 0 x ^ -2nd Clivig .... 3 10 0 ; v WALJ ANGAKKA 0 ItalSIMMJ.' . v; . 1st Ctosi, Sinplo JEl 10 7 ' 2nd Cla,'3, Studio ... ... 1 5' 5 , : 1st CIqsji, ftotnrn ... ... 2 19 5 V ., : 2nd;01nfis, Eeturn ... 1 18 2 j; ;

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOB WilBons' Downfall, nud Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, nt 9-30 p.m. Sydney, Glen Innes Ar-niidale, Maitland, and Newcastle, 6:15 p.m. (Saturdays' .. excepted. , Taljulam, Ciwino, Lismoro, and Eicbmond V I(ivor-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 'noon j leave at 12'30p.m, Timbarra, and Stein brook-Tuesday and ; Friday, at 9'30 p.m. Leavo Wednes day and Saturday at 0 a.m. Drake, Sandy Hill, and Rossiterville . ... .Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12'30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday >tul Friday, at 9-30 . p.m. : Leave'?'PiNsday and = Saturday at5 a.m. Bryan'B Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a.m. Wallanjjarra and Queensland daily at' 10'30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAILS aiiiiivk nioji ..Sydnoy, Glen limes, Armidnle, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ox ? cept Sundays) at 11-50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday aud Sunday, at 5'30p.in. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5'15 p.m. . - Tabulam, Casino, and ltichmf nd River Samo as Dra...

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

.Char ?ore now Commission g " Per ' ?T Cent. - No other charge to grower < PV ' e\cept cartage where VJ* ^ incurred. largest and Best Appointed Warclionses. ^ SKILLED and COMPETENT STAFF. Proceeds guarded by our TRUST ACCOUNT system. &>} Premier Wool Seliing Brokers. - ; , v.\ The Bubonic Plague.'; | in .Sydney m^cuusing grcf't anxiety, and I considering lli<v number of caeca 11.in ia not i.to bo wonderc<Uat. During the prevalence I of Uic filuguc in Hong Kong the greatest re* ?lief \VQB uj>tiU..od firm die line of Kutihling's "EuculyptuB Oil. ' VidtJ Government Beport. I FICEDKIUCK BMDUKK, Chief Inspector of i Schools will probubty bo appoint i d to tlio vacancy on tho Public Sorvico IioaiJ. ?? ? *

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE ' CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT . LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASH, [ Tito most effective preparation ' for riadinc the mouth of tho I aroma of tobacco, and leaving 4 a pleasant taste. >F. C. CALVERT & CD, MANCHESTER. L <i 75 <7oW £ Silvct Mtdais and IHplomai. 9 , Solicitors. i X.XSG J. F. Thomas, ? . «Solicitor, Arbitiatot, & c, ?: -cEottso-stroot,. - Toctcrficia. A COMMISSIONTR for \I J IDAVIlh for N S Wale , Quucu 1 uid, mifl othor colomen. . *&, I*ocal Representative of the >»oiwich TJnioir-'Kirc.:Insurance Society, u»u the National MutuulrLifu AsB-jeiutiou of Au" tralaeiti, Limited..-:' Trust -Moaoyi to Lend on Approved ^ Soourity. : . . , P. jy ABBOTT, Solicitor/"*' - > Glen Innes rTTILt VISIT lENTIiRrihLl) mid , W .'Atlencl'Cpurt'wben required. .'.i ai. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, ""Proctor, ' Conveyancer, ' &cr, \ ASiConimcnocd^Praotioo -m Ten'.ei . Cold, rext door.to Mr..J. FuMing'' Storo. ^;si ^...

The Next Session. VARIED LEGISLATION. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

The Next Session. ' . i 'v VARIED LEGISLATION. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOIRR. SPEAKING at Quirindi, Mr. Lyne smu that ; next Session's legislation would'lm various-, in character, and would includo Municipal Reform, and Fomalo Suffrage. :

TELEGRAMS. The Treasury Bills. OVER SUBSCRIBED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

TELEGRAMS : ; -. ? ' / The Treasury Bills. OVER SUBSCRIBED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIDIRR. Foil tlio half million of Treasury Bills tenders to llio extent of L900.000 liiivo' been received at prices ranging froih L98 10a to.LlOl 18s 9d.

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

LONDON, APRIL 30. Lieutenant-General Rundle's forco is now in occupation of tlio town THatmncIiu. The mounted, 'division under Major Gonoral French hada'slight skirmish with the Bqera ten miles eastward of.Thaban ohu. A portion of the em my .fled north wards, whilo tho.rest moved -in tlio direction of Lady brand, to tho. eastward. / Major-General; Brabant's forces- are how reported.to.bo advancing on Lady brand. . ?' . Tho recent explosion wluch is reported to have occurred m the Government arsenal at Pretoria really took- place' at' Begbio's 'Foundry.- Johannesburg, which for tlio time being has -been trans formed into an arsenal uy-uio-autliorities. Thirty pcrBona were killed and lifty-four others injured. William .Begbio son. of the principal; ,of "the -farni,- has boon arrosted on suspicionof causing tho explosion in revohgo. for tho affroufc of being compelled to .manufacture muni tions of war for the Boors. ' Messrs. Fischer, WOBBOIS, and Wolmer ans, tho Boer delegates to Euro...

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