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STICKING UP CASE AT GRENFELL. Bank Manager Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

STICKING UP CASE AT . 'GRENFELL. Bank Manager Shot. A GREAT "sensation was ciuscd at Gren fell on Tuesday morning, by an ntteinpt mode the previous night at about 11 o'clock to stick up tlio Bank of Now South Wales, which, unfortunately, re sulted in the shooting and injury of Mr. R. C. S. Wilkinson, the manager. Tlio Bank building occupies a corner of George and Forbes streets, GLronfell, the former a narrow thoroughfare, once the principal street but now little more than a back lane, with n few business places hero and tliero. At the rear of tho bank is a shal low creek which has been convortcd into a street, and across which is an enclosure known as tho Grenfell Park; conse quently the Bank is in a comparatively isolated position. Mrs. Wilkinson, and family are at present in Sydney; and Mr. Eaton, the accountant, lives elBOwhoro. Mr Wilkinson', who was alone in tho building, was going outside to the, hack just before 11 p.m. to look, to his horse. Ho had just opened tho door,..wh...

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

Tlvo : SYDNE3T. THURSDAY.' i ; The' Sydney Produce Morchantsarei almost unanimously in' favor of, the re sumption of Darling Harbour foreshores. . its it must give an impetus to trade and benefit the producers. . The additional plague1 eases last, night wero Mark Hogau, Dailing Harbor; Ettenavo Angeli, a Frenchman in the Sydney Hospital, and Thomas Stockdalo, Manly. The condition of sovcrsl of the Quaran tine patients is still serious. Tho_ con valescents are nil doing well. . Speaking ot Quirindi yestorday, Mr. Lyno said that the Harbor resumptions would cost about L3,000,000. sterling. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. Additional cases reported late last night wero William Walters, aged 9 years, re siding at Annandale ; Matthew Crowther, aged 15 years, Chippendale, and Lillian" Conyers, aged 4 years. Tholatter was a contact from Itedfern, who was removed to'tho Qunrnntiuo Station some days ago. "To-day's cases wore Knfco Henderson, aged 49, residing at Paddington, and ?William Hall, aged 22...

THE PLAGUE. BRISBANE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

THE PLAGUE. BRISBANE, TUESDAY. Another caso of plaguo was reported to day, muking the third case. The patient wns only laudod to-day from tho' atoiunor Maranoa from tho North. He felt unwoll during tho past couplo of days, and on landing wont to Dr. Bancroft, who con sidered tho caso suspicious and sent him to Mr. Pound, the Government bacterio logist, who pronounced the caso to bo ono of plaguo. Tho patient gave his name ns O.J. Applin, and said ho had only ar rived from London in tho steamer Morayshire three, weeks ago. He then engaged to work his passage on tho Munition for tho round trip toNormanton and back. His caso is said to "be a serious ono. He wns immediately sent to quarantine. Tho Maranoa, which had landed her passengers, has been ordered into mic'-Htream under quarantine, and sho will return to Lyttoo to-morrow, "l'he police are now busy tracing thu passen gers with a view to quarantining theni as contacts. ' A boy named Edward Leach, aged 8 years, residing in Elizabet...

CORRESPONDENCE. The Federal Electorate. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. The Federal Electorate. (To TUB EDITOR OF TUB CouitiEn.) SIR.-Inm obliged to Mr. T. Ewing M.P., for giving his version in your issue of the 1st inst, as ho admits fur more than I stated in rc-gard to his actions in connec tion with tlic above subject. Ho admits that ho had corresponded with somo one in Tenterfiold, and subsequently met the Mayor in Sydney, presumably by accident. It is of Emull'importance whether ho re peated the substaneo of tho views he heard nio give at the request of tho Com mitsiontTH, but it would bo strange if he did. not refer to them when acting in concert with tho Mayor to obtain an opposite results Mr.Ewingpays "When Mr; Lee understands that I did not origi nate the agitation; .which as far iisl know, caiiiu spontaneously-?from the 'people th'emselves, ctcV, ete., I feel sure ho will lie prepared to publicly stato he has d"ne hie an injustice." In reply, I will cheer fully publicly exonerate him, if ho will publish the admitted corresponde...

A METEORIC DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

A METEORIC DISPLAY. THOSE fortunate enough to bo out of doors" about 7"30 o'clock ou Tuesday night were treated' to the brilliant spectacle of a meteoric <? if piny in the Heavens abnyt that hour. , While mnny of thcilo within doors-a?fOW.. minutes afterwards were -startled twifh'ft fumbling sound and move ment, very much like a | slight shock of earthquake. About the hour mentioned a meteor, travelling in tho direction of soulh west to north east, burst apparently over the town. In its descent it threw out a host of variegated colors from the tail, tho effect being like tho sudden turning on of the elcctric.light, und then extinction. About three minutes after tho glare, three successive reports )ik tho firing of a rifle .vero heard, tho first being loud, and the others muffled in sound. During the reports considerable vibration was felt in many places in the town, in sonio cases glassware on shelves being visibly moved. Many people who witnessed tho phenomenon wore terr...

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

FOOTBALL. A MEETINQ of footballers was hold on Tuesday night nt the School of Arts for the purpose of forming a Club to repre sent the eastern side of tho town. Mr. E. W. Whoreat occupied thochair. After somo discussion it was decided to form a Club to bo callod tho " E-isternors." Tho following officers were appointed :-Pre sident Dr. Froyer; Vico Presidents, Mesprs. .Aubrey, E. W. AVhereat, J. Donoghuo, Lobsoy, Juergens, and Everett ; Trensurer, D. A. Piko ; Secre tary, C. Dickson ; Committee, Messrs. M. Bnldey, Bassan, W. Clarke, C. Parker and N. Kuskey ; Selection Com mittee, Messrs. A. Hopwood, Dickson and Pike. The colors clioRon wore dark blue guornsoy and doublo'white sash. The Chairman was thanked, and tho meet ing teriiiipated>~ i A meoting'of tho Westerner's Club was held at the Exchango Hotel on Wednesday night. Mr. P. Cohen occupied tho chair, there being a good atteiidar.ee. present. Tho minutes having been disposed of, Messrs. J. Barnard and J. H. Koid were elected...

TOWN LIGHTING. Two Tenders Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 4 May 1900

TOWN LIGHTING. Two Tenders Received. WE wero informed l>y the Mayor on Wednesday afternoon that up to Tuesday last, the date of closing, two tendora liad been roceivod for lighting the town in re sponds to tlio application of tlio Council. Tho lmtuvo of tlio tendora could not bo divulged, tho Mayor said, until they enmo before the*1 Council in an official inannor next Tuesday night. In ovent of no tender being accepted, it is said that en deavours will . bo made to light a number of privata and, business houses by local enterprise.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

Wanted. WANTED a Good GENERAL 8ER VANT for n Station. Apply to MRS. CAPPONI, \ Bcgistry Ollioe, Rousc-st. . Wanted. WANTED a CLERK. Apply on Wedneedny between two and three o'elcck, bringing Specimen of huud-wiiiing. ~ H. \V. VVEIGALL, Solicitor, Teutertiehl. Misses Baker & Koerner DESIRE to notify the Public that they have REMOVED 'their DRESS. I MAKING ESTABLISHMENT from- Mr, J. - BABNABD's ... * BEEHIVE ' SIOBE to ; the STUDIO PREMISES, formerly .'occupied by M. J. W. FBOST, Rouse Street. I Preliminary Notice. w. j.IHBSON BEGS to amioiuice tint he is~»bout. to COM .vIKNCK BDSINKS8 iu TEN/ 'J ERFIELD, as . Auctioiwer, Stock, Station;: and General Commissioin Agent, And will be glail to receive paHiculnrB of Stock, Property. Agricultural Produce, fur Sale. ' ' ' J , ; Having had-seven years' experience In this eltisa of butinese, coneignnrs'cttn rejy ou sli ict attention to business and promplp&y-. ineotofproaeeds, \V. J/ GIBSON, ':. Pv Rouee-street, Tubterfiold. De...

A TERRIBLE MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

A TERRIBLE MISTAKE. Tai! WARWICK. EXAMINER, of Wedncs d.y Ins', pij'b Our readers will bo shocked loliear that lust night between 8 imtl 0 o'clock a young mm named William Oyilvii'. son of Mr. W. Ogilvio, alalion umBlei:at Millhill, mot his death through poisoning. Fiom particulars n'hieh wo have been able to glqnn from various sources, if. appears tiiat the young mini paid 11 visit to' Mr.' Jolm Bishop's resi ni'iir Messrs. Barnes & Co.'s flour mill, in ordi-r to tender his sympathy to Mr. Chiis Bishop, whose wifo that fore noon had died from onterio fever. Mr. Bishop,- junr., and Mr. Ogilvio wcro close friends ; they had grown up us boys and I as>eighbours. Mr. - Onilvie WHB offered! refreshment, and what was suppostd to be wine was poured into a glass, Mrs. Bishop, sonr., also joining. It appears that the liquid was really carbolic acid, which had beo>i kept in the house as a disinfectant. Without noticing the ter rible mistake that had been made Mr. Ogilvio actuall...

TRANSVAAL WAR Mafeking Garrison Stormed, BESIEGERS REPULSED. Brandfort Captured. A GALLANT CHARGE. LONDON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

Mafeking Garrison Stormed, BESIEGERS REPULSED. : Brandfort Captured, . " - A GALLANT CHARGE. - LONDON, May 3. > ndvancc in the direction of ^-.-^Braiidfprfc Ikih lieen accentuated by bovo ^/.ral-Divisional Brigade leaders,' and lias J^Jl^w^iiaijndrthwMd by Blaemfontein. The-Boors have boon driven back along front : ;' Lord Roberta is leaving no horses or. v^fprngoMOUtsido tho British camp. r^f^'Peneral Synmen attacked Mafeking v'v:with five-guns on the Hth April, drop C' pjng thirty shells into tho Women's Hos j : :pital,! .deliborately attempting to pierce the bomb-proof shelters. Tho garrison is - reduced to 4 ounces of bread daily, thd..: duration of tho Biego boing . purely a ; question of food. General , Plumer has sent Iho nativos with " cattle, but they.were secured by . tlio Boors -who cutthe natives' throats. On the lltli, a large number of Germans, attempted .to storm the Fort, but tho Garrison quietly awaited'.until tho attackers were within short range, and oponed fir...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

Brief Mention. y LIGHTING Committee meet to-night'. . STANTHOIU'E cricketers defeated Ton tor field last Saturday. TENDERS called for additions to Polico building, Deopwater. ' IN the last Gazette tendors are called for erection of bridge over tho Maryland River. Advertisement will appear next issue. . THE Hospital collections m Sydnoy. On Saturday up to 4 o'clock totallod £1151. The latest returns will bo found in our. telegram. . " Git HAT interest.is being centred in- tbo forthcoming ploughing matches. MB. H. OXKNHAM, the : ivoll. known bookmaker, has taken his doparture for England. AT tho' Warwick Farm racos on Satur day, So Long won the Stewards Mile, and Soldier tho Farm Handicap. PHENOMENAL rain has fallen in tho north of West Australia. Miles ofcoun try is under water. .. . , ". Hit. LYNE »ays that.tho new appoint ments to tho Uppor Uouae: will' not be made for several weeks. N. : Mit. AND Miw. J. H. KEID loft for Northorn Queensland by - Friday's ma)! train- on a four mont...

The Latest. THREE CASES ON SUNDAY. FOUR DEATHS SINCE SATURDAY. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

"3?in.<e> Lateist THREE CASES ON SUNDAY; . FOUR DEATHS SINCE SATURDAY. SYDNEY, MONDAY. Yesterday's plague cases', comprised . - three, .ia follows:-Oharlea Bennett, Lewisham ; Michael M'Hale, and John > Fe<{an, both of I'addington. * The deaths yesterday' wore- .Stanley Spratt and Donald M'Lonnon. ..*?«/ , Arrangements have been mado for tho usn of tho basoment of the Town Hall as; an inoculating room, where parsons iii in- . footed areas will only bo treated. .. : . . . It ia expected a number of convaloB- ?. . . cents will bo released to-niorrow. ' . ' i Up to midnight on Saturday, 99 patients wo-e under treatments at' Quarantine i . ' Station, soveial being in,a seriousycondi-. ' tion. , . * '1 I No further fresh eases arb reported. .; from Brisbane.' ~'< 4391 ruts .wore killed last week in Syd ney.. -. MONDAY NIGHT. ' Edward Edmurida, romoved to .quaran- r _ ,, v tine Station on Saturday, died this TOO."1".' » : ftlargnrot Tjiiwronco, aged;...

Mr. W. J. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

Mr. W, J. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALKS. Maize new 2s Gd to 2* 9d old 3a to 3s 2d Oats,"retail 2s Gd to 3s 9d Chaff, wholesale £2 15a to £3 Pumpkins, 2s to 3s por cwt -Potatoes, 3s to 3s Gd per cwt - .Onions, 8s to 10s per cwt 'a Fowls, 2a to 3s per pair : tDiioks, 4s to 5s. per pair Turkeys, 6* to 8a par pair jCatlle-(Fat) brisk demand, liave sold several small lots at satisfactory prices. . Stores also inquired for. gkeep-(Fat) I have inquiries for small lofs and have a few lines offering* Srores . are also inquired for at reasonable prices : Properties-There arq .numerous in quiries for good grazing, estates. I have placed an eligible property under definite . offer daring the week toalikoJy buyer.

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

THE PLAGUE. S^D^EY, Mi»y.4. .Fofcer RafTerty died in the quarantine hospital, to-day. - One frosh caso was reported to-day viz., : Arthur I{eid, aged 2G, iatoIy residing in ? n hotel in George-street. The case was. 1 reported from the PrinceAlfred Hospital, where Reid lmd been admitted n-fow . days ago. * . . A man named Pouller died suddenly. on VVednesdny night, and a post nuvtenw % r'.'* examination disclosed tbq fact thatdoath: \i& was due to plague. The total number of cases up to this ,7>. hiiorning was 189, 02 of which ondud fatally. The contacts in quarantine num bered 1035. ???-??/v. ' LONDON, Friday Aftomoon.'' - The plague has broken out at Port Said,' where a considerable body troops now stringently guard against, the spread of , the disoaso to the steamers laden with Mohammedan pilgrims for Mecca. , SYDNEY, Satubpat.. In nil sovon cases of plague wero re ported yesterday, the patients fading. Edmund Edmunds aged 15, John Daly, Ann Bromloy aged 69, Donald' M'C...

Mr. I. Whereat's Wholesale Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

.Mr. I. Whereat's Wholesale Price liist. . - ,;uoru. irom usua lo -^ uu .*>*- Oats, from'2s to 2s 3d ; ' ' PotatoQ&i 2a 9rt per owt -,».v Chaff, 3s to3e 3d per owt . ^ Pumpkins, 2s per cwfc Turnips, 2a perowfc < Wheat, 2s 6d to 2s 8d per loahel.;. Bran,-43 per lOOlba . . ; . i > : Pollard, 48 per lOOlbs . V Lime, 4s per bog , .

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY Niaiix. fin oro is quoted'at 23s Gd.. Tho Pivmiur is indisposed and unable to comu into town to-day. Mr. Wilkinson, tlio victim of tlio Grcu full .outrage, lias Bliylitly iinpiovoil. A LADY cyclist nnmod Mibi Mackiiy was lcillud m-Hrisbano on Saturday/through colliding with otruiu oor.

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

LATEST COMMEtipiAL, . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT.:' . Wliont,-2(v.9d, , . . Flour,"LB Gb to IX! XOs . \ l Ohickwhent, 2a 3d to 2s 5d v . - i Chaff, L2103 to L315s . ? , Potitoes'L2 to L3 i, Mnizo, 2a 5d to 2s-;Cd w-.Oats, 2s;4d to 2s5d ; Lucornov-L2 6a to Ii2 15s ' . : . Buttor,: oreartiery, IOd ; factory, 9d to 9J; dairy, 8d to 84d. . '

Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales . . ' SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. MESSRS. Pitt/Son, nnd: Biidgory, report| na follows :-v ' . j About 1070 cattlo wore yarded, tlio mnrkot being 10a bolter; best beof being; worth 22a 6d; per IGOlbs. Bullocks brought from 14 to L8 lis ; cows L3 to L6 -10s, .'? ;? About 9000 sheep wore penned, .values having declined lit per head. Ewes, 8a Cd tn 14s 8d ; wethers, 8s 4d to 18s (Sd. Harrison; Joiiis, and Devlin reports: Northorn Agent's bullocks averaged hi 12s 7d. V

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MAY 8. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl U I'nterrolonial Ctruriev yd;'."-' ' ' ' AND . . '. , Fairfield & ."Wallaijgarra Advocate TUESDAY, MAY 8. LOCAL NEWS.' AIIMYMEMCAJ, Coitw.--\Ve notice by . the Military. Gnzette appointments that Dr: J. K. Freybr, of this tdwni ban ;beou appointed fiist lieutenant in the New. South WaleaArUiy Mcdtcal Corps. . . Aocrtiosi SALE.--Mr. I. Whereat re ports having disposed of Mr. J. Bnldpy's : furmturoimideflccts lust-Saturday afior . noon. There was: a .good attendance of i,"buyers, prices realised being very satis factory. A . DEESWATER CASE.-At> the Civil -sittings ' of'tliu Armidulo Circuit Court last week, - Patrick- Kiernan, Deepwater, sued Edward Kiernan of tho snme plice for recovery of £200, money1 lent, and interest £83. A verdict ' for £200 was returned. -The interest was disallowed." .H.! ACCIDENTS.- On Saturday last Gertie, a : childfof-.Mr.P. Bailey's while ploying in a druysuBtJiined a nasty wound on the temple -through/the vehicle tipping up. It ...

Opening of Parliament A VOTE OF CENSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900

Opening of Parliament j A VOTE OF CENSURE. Tliora'is still eouio doubt aa to wliothor Parliament will mept on the 29th May or, tho 5th, June."" Itr unanticipated that Mr.: Rvad will movoivv6tu of consure iinme diutelytho Houaoreusaomhles.

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