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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

Brief Mention. ^ 'Two heavy atarma this week. TENDEBS culled forl'road work. CoiiEorons on the warpth*. in connec tion with the local Patriotic'Fund. - Six first class maintenance man are yvantod by the Council fo;^ fpiv^weeks.^/ TENDERS are invited for the supply of timber for tho Clarence .River bridgo. . .A\ NUGGET of gold weighing 250 ounces: lifts been discovered at Daylesord, Vic toria. . ? ' TERRIBLE hailstorms arb reported from variouB parts of the country.'7 ... ? SIR JOHN FOIUIEST Premier of'Weafc Australia and LadyForrba tpaseedthrough to Brisbane by tho mail train on. Wednes day. - : THE last GAZETTE contains a largo num ber of annual leases in this'districfc, which have boon forfeited, owing to the leasees failing to pay th'a rent-thereon. . * ~Mn. T. P. MAODF.RMOTT, manager of tho Uriilla branch of tlio Bank of New South Wales, died on Saturday morning from pleurisy and pneumonia. , 1. TUIIRE lads (brothers named Newman) ;went to batliovin a dain at'North Isis Cen tral...

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. N. S. Wales v. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. I N. 8. Wales v. South Australia. TnK Intercolonial Cricket mutch between Nv S. Wales and South Australia WHS com menced on Tuesday. Darling won the toss, nnd sent the N. S. Wul«hmon to the wickets, tho wicket being soft after the recent heavy tains. Subjoined aro tho scores: NEW SOOTH WAT.ES.-First Innings. Trumpor, l.b.w., b Giffen ... , ... 45 Ircdale, run out ... ... 31 Gregory, c Giflen, b Jonos ... ... 5 Hopkins, b Jones ... . -.,v 13 Noble, CkA. Jwrvis,, b Giffgn..^ , ... 13 Donnan.ie Hill, b'Giffen'' ... - V ...". -.9 M'Kcnzie, st. A. Jurvis, b. Giffen ... 0 Farqulior, o Hugo, b Giffen...- .... ' ?. Pye, o sub. b Jnnes ' . ... 23 Kelly, o Stuart, b F. Jarvis... 40 Howell, not out ... . ... 2 Sundries ... ... 20. Total' , ... 214 SOOTH Au8TBALiA.;T-First.Innings.r;y: Haok, l.b.w.,.b Trumpor-<1.v v ... :44 F. Jarvis, b Howoll ,.i . .;. . . 8 Darling, c Noble, b Hopkins... ... '47 Hill, b Nobis 67 Ruedman, bTrumper... v.. ... ; 1 Stuart, ...

PATRIOTIC FUND. Branch formed at Drake. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

PATRIOTIC FUND. Branoh formed at Brake. (FROM ODR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A meetino was hold on Tuesday tho 9th In tho School~i)f Arts Hull in connection with the Patriotic Fund. Tho night w»b voiy wot and dirty, interfering sadly with the attendance. Mr. Edgar Hull in his capacity of one of tho Secretaries of the Tonterfiold Fund gavo a concise and clearo xplanation of tho object of tho Fund. We were sending our men to share tho South African struggle, not beoauso Eng laud really needed them but to show llio world that tho bond of "Briton "stretches all ovor tho Empire. In doing this these colonies were making history and mak ing it fast. .Wo could not all go to tho front but wo could do our share at 'homo by standing by thoso of our soldiers who may bo wounded, and especially to stand by those women and childron who may bo loft alono and helplesa. "Thoy also servo who only stand and wait" and wo can do our sharo at homo. Mr. Hall moved tho formation of a Drake Branch of the Patriotic ...

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. A MEETING of tilo committee of tlio above Society was held at the School of Arts on Wednesday evening lnefc for the purpose of clearing up accounts, £c., in connection with the recent New Year's gathoring. There were present: Messrs. J. Forgusson (President), M' Dougall, Hannay, Gibson, J. M'Donald, and Kilgour. A letter was read from Mr. P. J. M'Donald, Secretory, apologising for his absence and Mr. M'Dougall waB ap pointed to act in his stend. The Trea surer reported that the grand receipts of tho gathoring, oxclusivo of Member's tickets, amounted to £122 !)a 9d, whilo the expenses, exclusive of the accounts to be passed that evening, amounted to £68 19s. Tho following accounts were then passed for payment:-T. Poberdy and Son, £1 13s 3d ; Mrs. Cullon, £1 Is j Mr. Cuilen, £117s Cd ; T. Hoskin, 3a 6d ; E. M. Wright, £1; W. Roid and Co., £116s 8d ; J. Mitchell, £2 ; G. Murphy, £1 15s Cd ; School of. Arts, £1 14s; Codriek, £0 63 ; STAR, £1117s ; W. 0. Kilgour, £1 I...

THE WEATHER. Very Heavy Thunderstorm. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

THE .WEATHER. Very Heavy Thunderstorm. SINCE tlio heavy full of rain on Monday night the weather has been sultry and op pressive. Shortly after nightfall on Wednesday, a heavy storm approached the town.from the south. When the storm broke, the rain literally fell in torrents, the whole of the watercoursesm a short time running turbulent bankers. Unfortunately there was hail mixed with the rain, which has had a devastating effect on the growing crops, many of these being flattened out. Owing to the soaked state of the ground from the pre vious rains, Tenterfiold Creek again came down a banker, the whole of 'tho flat being covered with a shoot of water many' feet in depth. At the culvert in Rouse-street, near Mr. W. Crisp's butchers shop, tliero was u sea of water 'which flooded through Mr. "Crisp's house. There was. also a sheet of water across Clarence street, while Molesworth-street in tho vicinity of Mr. H. Curry's paddock was impassablo: for some time. Fortu uatoly the subsidence...

RAINFALL FOR 1899. Dry Year at Bolivia. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

RAINFALL FOE 1899. Dry Year at Bolivia. THE following is the total rainfall for the your as registered at the Post Office, Tonterfield, and at Bolivia Station. The latter has been kindly furnished us by Mr. A. M. White, who says tlio yoar named has been the dryesfc since his resi dence at .Bolivia. .TENT r WIELD. Mouths January Felnunry March April... May ... June ... July ... August September Ootobcr November December Months January ?. February March April... May ... . June ... July ... Auguet September Ootobcr November December Days 7 ; 6 7 0 8 12: 11 8 5 ". 7 . ? 9 10. ,84: BOLIVIA. Days 6 Points '.'7-Ql 701 .53 3-33 1 07 407 2'96 . -89 1-53 1-77 .' 2-77 5-97 31-01 Points .5-1)7 1*70 1-83 3«0 1-34 2-04 2-90 . 2-04 1-29 12-45 1-72 . 2-77 29-91

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

LOCAL NEWS. DENTISTRY.-Dr. Amesbury, dentist, will bo in town on tho 18th and 19th in stant, and may be consulted at hia Surg ery in Rouso Street. INCOME TAX NOTICE.-A notice appears in our advertising columns to-day of in terest to those fortunate peoplo coming within the provisions of tho Income Tax. PHOTOCRAVHY.-Mr. ,T. W. Frost an nounces tlmt those persona requiring copies of photos taken by him in Tenter field, may obtain same on application to his Studio at Casino. SICKNESS.-The many friends of Mrs. T. Curley in this town will regret to learn that at presont she is seriously ill. Mrs. Curley was a patient in St Vincents' Hospital, Sydnoy, for some tinui but re cently left that institution and\came to Armidalc for tho benefit of the [climaco. We hope shortly to announce Jier con valescence. FREE SELECTIONS.-Tho following selec tions wero taken up yesterday at the local Lands ^OfficeJ. Wingfiold, A.C.P. 75 acres, parish Clifton, County Clive. Same, c L 325 acres, samo parish an...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 12 January 1900

DEATH. O'KELLY. — At his residence, Mulgrave Street, Limerick, Ireland, on the 16th November last, MALACHY J. O'KELLY, nephew of Mortimer Kelly, of Tenter- field, N.S.W. R.I.P.  

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

. Wanted . TALLOW, HIDES, BONES, SHEEP SKINS, WOOL, BEES WAX, HORSE and COWHAIR, OVOSSUU and all kinds MAKSUMAL SKINS. I ain pro'parcd to give CASH for tlie above at cxtcme rates. Wm. H. EVENIS, Soap Works. ~ Washington H. Soul &Co. Great Drug Emporiums, ICO PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. The Largest, Most Aarled Stock of Patent Med clnca, ChcnUyta' and Drup?iat&' Sundries, and Sur gical AppHanccs in the Southern Hemisphere. Noth . fngJhuc uest quality of Goods kept. Prices arc the LOWEST In the city. /\VK EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wish to build up their system, banish sleeplessness, give tone to the Digestive Organs, and receive encrcy and ca pacity /or persistent efforts of mind, the Health In Yiflbrator, Dr. Pettifer's Compound Syrupof Hypophosphites, Small Cottle's, Is Qd.each, postage 8d ; Largo Bottle* 83 each, postage Is 2d. NO OTHER SYRUP CAN BE COMPARED TO IT it is SUPERBLY SUPERIOR in every respect. ENCOURAGED by this enormous success, after careful consideration,...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY .NIGHT. Wheat, 2s/6d to 2s 8d Flour, L6 10s to L7 . Chickivheat, 2s 4d Chaff, L2 12s 6'd to .1.4 . Potatoes LI 10s to L2 ISs . Oaten Hay, L3 6b to-1415s 1! Ttfaizo, 'prime; 3s '. Oats, 2s'6d to 2s7d ?'.... ... Lucerne,* L2Bs to.L215s Butter-(Creamery and factory) 9d .s-Dairy) 7id to 8d '

Municipal Voter's Qualification. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Municipal Voter's Qualification. It-has boon the practise in this and other municipalities to insect on tho municipal Tot-ora' roll tho namo of every occupier, lessee .and owner of rateable property, ? although only ons of such persons,, that is . tho actual ratopayor, was legally entitled . to vote. This was always recognised as an anomaly, and lias beon tho cause of much trouble andinconveniencoatelection times, but beinfj in accordanco with tho best legal opinion, 110 other courso was con sidered permissible. The matter.'.howover, has been settled by tho Full Court, and in . future the only names which will appear on tho roll will bo tlioso of actual ratepayers, .whether owners, lessees or occupiors. Writing on tho subject.Messrs Pigott and 1 Stinson, solicitors to tho Municipal Associa tion, said they are of opinion, on tho . authority, of. ex parto Neill, 17-Now South Wales.Law Reports, which was decided in . 1896, that , only ono nome should appear upon tho roll. That is the. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Wanted. .."VXT ANTEIVI a . f|n.ifii ity ?of ? .SQUARE yV -and: BOUND" TIMBER for Car rolls Creek BrWga. Foif particulars apply JOHN PRITCilAUD, Contractor.' Hordes. :?? ?: Horses. MR. KVtNS will l>uy Horses nuitalile ? for tho Military, an,I will'inspect at Tirwnrn's Hotel on FfllDAY NEXT, tllu 19lh instant. ' ROBERT STEVENSON, Lugan-street. p. a. M. HOSPITALT THE USUALQUAKTERLY'MEETINU of the Committee will be held in the Poljool of Arts oti THIS TUESDAY EVEN ING. 10th instant) at 8 o'clock* Hue! QCB9: . Oener»I. T G. W, BMNTLEY, lion. Secretary, ALL ACCOUNTS for .the post year .mutt bo rendered to th* Secretary not later than' Monday next. Jennings Common. AMEEriNO of Jennings Commoners will bo held at Jrnningaun SATUR DAY, Zlith January, at 8 p.m. CHAS. O. LEIS, Secretary 0 'iiimoiu Trustees. Dentistry J. P. Bede-Donovan, iiwmbt; MAY be /consulted at Allison's Hotel. Drake, on TUESDAY and WED-. JNESDAY. 16th and 17lh January, ' ^ An 1 at Dniiogliue's Hotel, Tenterfield, on THU...

OBITUARY. Death of Mr. C. Burgess. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

OBITUARY. . ; Death of Mr. C.~ Burgess. :? .VERY much surprise, and profound regret was felt by the residents of the town on Sunday, morning, when the sad news was made known that Mr. Christopher Burgess, of the Exohango Hotel, had breathed his last. For many years past it WBB known that tho deceased gentle r-man suffered from an affection ofthd heart, which might cause sudden fatnl conse quences at any moment. Apart from this, however, his health was fairly good untila fow days ago, when he complained of feeling unwell, and showed symptoms of despondency. From the fact, that during last week ho sent to several people in town with whom he had business re lations, and settled thoir accounts, it would seem that he felt conscious of some impending danger, whioh fear has' been most painfully realised. He was in» the habit of taking a long morning walk, us ually in the direction of the railwaystation, but on Friday morning he only reached the Show Ground, when ho had to return home, bein...

War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

War Notes. ? Mr. Evans will inspeofsuitable_horscs for purchase at Brown 8 Commercial 'Hotel on Friday. Captain Thomas has not" ^ linen nli'lo to oompletiVarrangements in time to go with the second contingent, butwill likely bo nJiubo'td among the Bushmon's Corps. The second contingent take their de parture from Sydney to-morrow. Tho Victorian contingent loft <?n Satur diy. There WHS a scene of intense en thusiasm. The departing Governor (Lord Braesey) has cabled £1000 to the London Yeomanry Fund. ' Over 160 mon of the Bushmon's Con tingent havo already pnasnd tile Doctor. Major-General French is highly pleased with the' fine' him out of tlio Australian .Horso and Lancers. Caplnin Thomas yestorday roceived tho following telegram from Captain A.J.O. Thompson, Officer Commanding the Mounted Rifles, Paddington " Railway authorities will grant free railway pauses to and from Sydney on tho 17th instant, tp mon in uniform and carrying arms. A memo signed by you to be furnished ...

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. N. S. Wales v. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. N. S. Wales v. South Australia. Thib match was concluded on Friday, the South Australians winning with six wickets to spare. Tho scores wore: N. S. Wales 214 and 317 ; South Australia, 107, and 4 wickets for 335 runs, Hack not out 158, Darling 55, Recdtnan 55, Hill 22. ; '

Battle of Tugela. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Battle of Tugeia. 7 , PERTH, Sunday.-Tho* following ac ~ ;count of the battlo of Ttigela, an pub lished in tho " Eastern Providco Herald," \ 19th'December, carno to hand pep tho afcoanior Staasfurt, leaving for Fremantle i * tho same day :- " , GENERAL Boiler's CAMP. Saturday, , It is impossible to withhold admiration for, the courage .displayed by both the ' Boors and Britishers at the battlo of ..".Tugolai Our mon fought splendidly, but tho work required of-them was beyond ".their power. The Boers had made . . trenches oh each hill, like terraces, one ;V^abovb ;thc other. It was impnssihlolo see which particular trench contained men v or guns.. They appeared able to move their.guns from place to place unobserved : by us, Our military guns were taken dangerously close. The naval guns did excellent service, and completely wrecked \ the .Boer's stronghold called Wylie'sFort, 1; . just above the village. \ Th alisonce of smoke from the rifles and cannon makes it extremely difficult to...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Brief Mention. SOHOOL duties resumed. LAND Court on Wednesday. MASONIC installation on Friday night. QUABTEBLY meeting of the Hospital to night. A COUBT of Review will bo held- in Tentcrfiold on-lBth March next. TIN oro is quoted in S tanthorpe,. L40 por ton. . . Mr. Fielding's furniture sale on Satur day. , ., . ' Eov. Mr.' Bavin dolivorcd a leoture last evening in, tho local Woaloyan Church in connection with tho Wesloyan Century Fund. FBOM eight to ten extra laborers will be employed by the local Council during the next few weeks ropairing the damage done by tho lateotorm. YESTERDAY afternoon "littlo Marjory Burgess fell down a ,flight of stone steps, inflicting a nnsty jjash on hor head. The 'harae,of ;Mi-v W. .Crisp Senr, is mbntionqd.aS a likely candidate for the vacancy in, tho^Vest. Ward caused , by. tho deathof Alderman.Burgees. ? .

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGER . Tin oro is quoted at 17s. ; ; f - John Nogas and John Henry Sparkos , wore' to-day committed for trial, at Butherglen, Victoria; on a charge of rob bing a mine manager of L1513. . ' Mr. John Fritohard'a tender has been accepted for road work ou thoTentorfield Ballina road. The Queensland imports show an in crease of 734,000 and the exports an m- : crease of 962, 000 on the bgurea for pre- . vious year.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

Post Office Time Table.! MAILS cr.opr. TOIt Wilsons' Downfall, end I!oonoo I'nonoo, . , -1 Tuesday, iu\d Friday, utO'BO p.'pi ? ' ^ Kyduoy, Glen I'>nus Arimdulp, Miiitluii'iT. ami Xcw .Mslie, C IS p. in. (SuturJuys ? exfceptoB; . . , - . .. ? ? ? Tabulami Casino, Lismore,, aisdlticlunnnd Kjvor-D:iily, oxeept Snuduy, at 12 . .. Vi i noon; leiiventi2aOp.ni, ?: , :. fimtarrtt, and Steiribroolt~Tnos'lay amV ? .Friciay, nt 9 30 p.m. Ijcavo Wednes ? . (lay and Saturday at 6 a.m.." ; ? Drsko, Sandy Hill, and Rossitcrvillo , Daily.af 12 noon; Leave nt 12-SOp.m. Bonshaw--Monday and ^Friday, at Q'3Q p.m. ' Leave Tuesday,.and Saturday nt5 a.m. " Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at H'45 . ' . a.m. Wollnnparra aDd, Queensland daily at 10'30 a.m. (Sunday oxcopted.) - . , . ' MAIM AliniVE. MOM Sydney, Glen', Inues, Aruiidalo, Wost ;WaitIancl, aud Newcastle-rD-iily (ox .'N\ cept Sundays) . at 11-50 a.m. BoonooJBoonoo,. and Wilson's Downfall Thorsdoy.and Sunday,atS-SOp.m: - Draio. Jind .Sandy Hill-...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 January 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S DENTO PHHIOLBNH, A FKAORANT . . .LIQUID DENTIFRICE &. MOUTHWASjl, THo most oflbctivo preparation for ridding tha month or tixc ,. aroma of tobacco, and.lcavtag a pleasant taste. '< 'Sold in 1«. W.', 2t. 0d" and lib. 7*. Cel. bottle3 ? , (BnffUth rata), at Ch+miiUand. Storu. F. 0. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 7S Ool44t SUter ZMali and Diplomas, © ^Bojlcltora. tBCJAI.. J. F- Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator &c., ( - Rouso-stroot, - Toatarflold. \ COMMISSIONER, for AFFIDAVITS JtjL for N. S. Wales, Queensland, and other oplonies. tSL Local Representative of the Norwich Union .Fire Insurance Society,", md the National Alntual Lifo ABsaoiation,. of,.Aus tralasia, Limited. Trust. Money to Lond on Approved Security. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - jGIen/Inn'es. rTTILL VISIT TENTERFIELU and VV ' : attend Court when required..-, Xiesal. r. C. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor, r Conveyancer, &e., ^ . * 1 l s HAS commonced ^Practice &...

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