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The Bubonic Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
Tho Bubonic Piague. . in Sydney is causing gicpt anxiety, and considering the number of cases lliia is not to bo wondered at. During thi! prevalence of the plague in Hong Konglhc gicateBt re lief was obtained from tlio use of Paulding's Eucalyptus Oil. Vide Government Report.' Old Kruger's a bit out of reck'ning If ho thinks hu will ivrigglo Boot, froo No angels to hitn'll liu beck'ning When ho swings by his noclt from a troo, Ho'll get a bad cold in 'tha ojjon Exposed to tliu air, I am euro, And his bauds'11 forever bo gropiD' For Woods' Groat Peppermint Curo. For llronoliiftl Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cnro. U OJ.
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
Post Office Time Table. . .." -AIAII-S CLOSE rou . Wilsons' Dov/ulnll.;and .Boonoo Boonoo .Tuesday -and,Friday, at 0-30 p.m. ' Sydney, Gle;i Inn'es Arwidale, Maitiand and.NowVastle, 6-i5':j>. m; (Saturdays ? excepted.',!.-:", Tabn1a®i Ciisino, Lismorp,. and Richmond Itiver^lJail/.'excopt Sunday, at 12 noon; leave afc-i2'30j>.m, " rimbarra, and Steinbrqgk-Tuesday and ' Friday, atD'80 p'jn.5 'leave Wednes day and Saturday at 6a.m. . UralwV;' S^Sy^i^^'^NBoaaiterville Daily af '12 n'SonT" Li.wuhi i2'TOp:ai! Bonshaw-Monday and Friday, at 9*30 - p.m. Leave Tuosday and Saturday ftfco ft;TO» Bryan's Gap-Tue9dny and Friday a£ 11-45 r a.m. Wallangarra aud Queensland daily at . lO'SO a.tri. (Sunday oxcopted.y ? juiia Aimm: rnoM Sydnoy.: Glen . Irinea, Armidale, West Maiirtand; and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept .Sundays) at 1150 a.m. ~ Boonoo Bopnoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday and Sunday, at 5-30p.m. Drake, and Siindy Hill-Duily (except Sdta'rdays) at fi'45 p.m. Tubulin):, Casino, and llic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S -LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, ' ^Lmr£,OB^iiVO I"-"P«ntion ft .or ridding tho moutU of the H ororna of tobacco, and loavw ® a pleasant taato. K [ («.. Ti.Cd.touu, 4 (impiuTv rat«j), at CAmwtiamJ F. C. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. ) &lt;. 71 Gold &lt;St Silver ifedaU and Diplomat. * Solicitors, XJESGr-A-X.. J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitratot, . . &e., Rouso-stroot, > ToutorfloU.. . [4 COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS . foi* N. . S. Wales,, Queensland, and C0^ni6o^; !. V-' i*'" ; ? " -Heprescutativo of the Norwich "jFiro Insurance .Society, uiil tho StfcAiktuul Lifo /.ssocmtiou of Aus Asia, LmuUd. 1 » ^ *r.: frust Mo:aoy to Lend' on Approved: . . . Socurlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. j-WILL VISIT TENTEUFIliliT)' aud pT y atlund.Court whenrcquircd.v '' ? IjesraX- : Wood Ecadett,. ! Solicitor,. Proctor; Conveyancer. , &e., . . . _ HAS commeneei cjfraetieo; in;. Tontoi'. field, r.ext door:to;Mr./, J.j...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
Railway Time Table. " The mnil tiMnSforSyaney leftvea Tentet fleld at -7-l0; pVia;; daily, SatrHiys ex cepted, and for/lBrialiant!^ u.;lr30 n.r daily, Sundays ;o£repted:; 'l'he Goods-Train leaves Tcnterflell for Sydney every:Tuestlay, 'Thursday, and alurchiy inornings'at G a.m., and ar ivea from :Sydney every Monday, Wed ccadny, and Friday evemngsat 4'45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and Tenter field and Brisbane are as follow:- - TbHTBEFIBLD TO SxDKBy. 1st (lasr , Single ... ... £i 1 0 2nd (Jlan,Single ... ... 2 10 0 Eotut'i Tjelcets, available for : Two Months. 1st Clas'i £5 12 G 2ndClaia"J . ... 3 10 0 Wam At/GAEUA' O BIUSBANB. 1st Olnsij, Single^.. ... -ill 19 7 2nd Claiai'Singlo... 1 5 6 1st Clasiii'Boturn ... ... 2 10 5 2nd Class, Eeturn' ... 1 18 2
DISTRICT MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
DISTRICT MINING. THE recent? gold discovery »f Texas pro mises well. Ail assay miido of somo Jquartz taken-'from a mine owned by a "mart named'.Rogers gavo 4ozs of gold per tori, A rush has set in and ground has boon pegged out in every ^direction. The country - is'*.' favorablo looking for gold .bearing. . . A lively meotiiig of the Shareholders of the Sundown Copper JWining Company waslield.aV.Stanthorpe last week. The bdfiiness of>tho meeting was to discuss a ;iiumber bCresolutions, chief of which was iforthe removal of the Directors, ,on the requisition (ilS-thb Co bar shareholders. This resolution was defeated by 53 votes, and tlio others were allowed to l'ipso. Messrs. John and Joseph Stacoy have disposed of their tin property at the Nine Miio to a Sydnoy syndicate, at a satisfac tory figuro. . -Mr. Horrocks made the purohaso on behalf of tho syndicate. The mine has hi'on n'paying concern for many years, and it is agreed that tho new 'pro priotary have made a good investmen...
NARROW ESCAPE FROM A RAILWAY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
NARROW ESCAPE 'PROli A RAILWAY TRAIN.' ON Wednesday afternoon, Mr. J. Ellis of tho Commercial Hotel, Mr. J. Hart, Storekeeper, and Mr. J. Riqkotts, Sheriffs Oflicor, went out for an aftor nofin's fishing at Cooper's Creek,- near Boxhill bridge. Tlioy were returning homo about 0 ]).in., and had occasion to puss nver the level crossing on tho railway near Mr. Maxwell's, in order to roach tho Lismoro to Bexliill road. Just ns I hey i;ot on tho line n special train returning after the magisterial inquiry nt Byron Bay and bringing tho remains of (iuard Snyor, appeared through the cutting which is only about 200 yards distant. The train being on the down grade nnd making fast timo was travelling over 30 miles an hour, and before tho horse could be got half way across the track the train was on them. Fortunately for them Messrs. Hart and Rickelts jumped out, and it is thought Mr. Ellis had dono so too, although he thinks ho had not got clear when the locomotive struck the horse, which was ...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual fortnightly meeting of tho Council was hold last night, wlum ther were presentThe Mayor, (Aid W Roid), Crisp, Whorcat; Ropbr, Kelly! | Sommorlud, Walker, and Jilergens. Boforo tlio adoption of tho minute.", Alderman Kolly sought information con cerninaltho tonders for fencing in'the gravel pit.' He had been informed thafc there was twico us much fcncing to bo done as that givon by the Council Clork. He had also boon informed that a fresh arrangement hn^-been catered into by. the ^Council Clerk with tho contractor. '; Tjto Council Clerk explained .that nt tno Jabb mooting ho was hurriedly naked ?^fc^tho Quiubor of rods, and at the moinonn gave tho lire,'i of the pit, not the outnido, which would bo 56 rods, or about double. When he discovered this, ho comoromised with the contractor to do it for Cd a rod less. Tlio Mayor said that ho did not think the compromise a very good one, us it meant double the amount of expenditure. Ho thought that ho should hiive...
CRICKET. Stanthorpe v. Tenterfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
CRICKET. Stanthorpe v. Tenterfisld. THE return cricket match between Tenter field irad Stanthorpo was played at"the latter town on Saturday last, when the Queenslanders won after a close contest by 10 runs. Mr. G. W. Bentley captained the Tentorfield team, while Mr. Johnston acljed in /a .liko capacity for the Stan thrirpitcs.i. Tito J.itter. winning tho_ toss, sont his opponents to the wicket, Pike aud Bontley being tho first to occupy the creases on behalf of the visitors, to tho bowling of White and M'Garrigal. Tho innings opened disastrously, Bentley being run out the second hall of the match, and shortly afterwards Woodward, who suc ceeded him, was throWu out. Fitzhardingo then joined Pike, who waB playing excel lent ciicket, and runs canie pretty frcoly, until the former was caught in tho long field after malting 12. Pike was shortly hfter.clean bowled by Johnson for n well compiled 35. Tindulo and King then got to gether, the former hitting freely until that deadly " yorker" ...
FEDERATION. The Federal Electorates. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
FEDERATION. The Federal Electorates. A DErUTATioK consisting of Messrs. 0. A. Lee, T. T. Ewing, nndR. D. Meagher, ! Ms. P., and Mr. W. Roid, Mayor of Ten terfield, on Friday waited on tho Federal Electoral Districts Commission. Mr. Leo presented a petition signet! liy 428 elec tors of'lenterliold, asking tlmt the Ton tur/iold electorate should bo included ! with the electorates of Tho Richmond, I Lismoro. Bnllinn, and .The Tweed in a Federal electorate. Mr. Leo stated that ho dissented from tho wish of tho peti tioners, and simply presonted tho petition bocniso he was tho member for tho dis trict concrned. I'lio other members nf tho deputation spoko in support of tho petition. Mr. Georgo Lewis Bpeaking for the commission, promised to givo full consideration to tho matter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
Look well should perform its functions properly ... . v Jf irUS Feel well of the body should work in harmony- . » . ? Be well C world's Medicinal Tonic Bevcrage-^-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING LOOK WELL * FEEL WELL and BE WELL. It is nnsurjxisscd as a .specific for Liver Ailments;-is .a stimulant that aids digestion, it tonus the stomach and invigorates the bowels and kidneys. - -9 ^ Ask for WOLFE'S tho Real' Original Schnapps. TOBACCO Nigger Gal... ... .... per lb 3s :'.= 6ct Centennial ... " . 2s . flil Mnzeppa ... 3s-.9rt Now Conqueror ... ... ?v3s fid i Yiuikc-o Doodlo ... ..'.. ?.:;v;,iiEi4s'i33d" . Tip TopTin Tug ". ~ ' J,3s CSiV^'t THOM-Ab L'KBERDYfclSON - Buy yourself a New Saddle foe, THE NEW YEAH, , AND como where you eari chooao a good one from tlio LARGE STOCK now on hand at A. J. SMITH'S Saddlery - Establishment -CournisiNO-. . > Somersets,, Strong Capped Kneo pnd btoclc Saddles, light Btoclr, hunting,' fl,8^Qe^ec^a80' hoys' BftddleB. '" S'de Saddles a speciality. -i...
NEWS FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
MB. J. DAY, of this town, 1ms rocoived the following letter from Private A. \V. Lake, dated Bloemfontoin. March 24/ 1000: .Tust a faw lines to let you know, I -am still in! the Uriel of the living ; T have boon in a coutjlo of engagements, bat luckily I escaped.both times. . Tho lirst'though not tho biggest, WAS the worst fight for ub, becauso only our Regiment was ongaged, whilo in tho second nearly 30,000 moil were engaged. Bloomfontoin surrendered without hardly ;i shot being fired. Tho day it surrendered I sot separated from our raon whilo out scouting, and could not find them again. Whilo looking for Hi em I made my way into town, and saw tho triumphant march. It was a splondid sight to seo thousands of men marching, with a band at tho head of cacli Regiment.: We have been camped for tho past day within five miles of the town. Our camp is on.^m open voldt, without tho sign of a treo'anywhere, and worst of all without a' tent to shelter us. Tho men liavo to bo alongside their sa...
Lord Methuen's Despatch. Forwarded by Lord Roberts without Comment. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
Lord Methuen's Despatch. ' ' Forwarded by Lord Ecberts without Comment. At last wo hnvo-in tho "London .Gazzotto"-Lord Methuen's dospntch re lating tho bafctla'of Magorsfontoin. Tho Magorsfont.oin despatch is forwarded by Lord Rubortsuvitliout comment. After pointing out that his ordors woro. to relievo Kiniberley, that the enoniy'woro . being heavily reinforced, ind that a turning movement-was- impossible to such a sui-ill force as his, lA>rd Mothuen deals with tho battle itself. On December 10 tho bombardment of tlio Bopr jpoSition was ordered, tho idea then being flint' "At daybreak, on December 11 tho southern undp£ the kopjo was to bo as saulted by the Highland Brigade, sup ported by all theguns, their rightand rear boing protected by tho Guards' Brigade.'' THE NIGHT MARCH STARTS "The night march was ordered fur 12.30 a.m., tho bearings and 'distance having been ascertained at great personal risk by Major Benson. The distance is two and a half miles, and daybreak was dud at ...
THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 8 May 1900
THE COMMONWEALTH ' BILL. -Mr Deakin has cabled to tbe "Victorian I'romier supporting o^ublic 'demonatra tiosi throughout; Australia, urging the passage of the Commonwealth Bill with out amendment; also UBking for an Aus tralian 1 representative on the Appellate Court. The Federal Delegates have beoh en tertained by the National Liberal Club. Lord Oiirrington presided and important speeches wero delivered by the delegates and other representative mon. Lord Kimborley thought it would bo better to sever a link of tho Empire than to delay Australian 'Federation.'.. , Tho St. James' Gazotto says that it would bo a great mistako to profit by tho present Imperial onthusiaain for th&lt;5 pur poio of restricting Australia's froedonv. MivChamberlain will receive tho dele gates next Tuesday, and announco tho dsoision of tho Imperial Govornmont, in respect to tho Commonwealth Bill,.; For Chronic Chest complaints WooUn' Great Peppermint Curo. Is OJ,
MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
MANCHESTER: UNITY ODD FELLOWS. : Thb session of tho grand annual inovablo committco - of tlio Manchester Unity . I.O.O.IV was held lit Wagga last week. .-There were present-Tlio Grand Mitsfcor, ? Bro. A. A.' Mitchell; the Acting Deputy Grand, II. 31. Howe, Actini'Grand Sec retary, Bro. T. Keep. Tlio following deputies wcro present from tlio district: - Bros. Gardiner, Cox, MiShine, Austin, Green, Clark, tialvin, Hill, Forsyth, aud Costello; Cumberland District. Bro. A. Rl'Gill ; Hunter River, Bro. A. Fleming ; Newcastle, Bios. Orofts and Thornton ; Bathurst district, Bros. KinnaatidPascoo;' Tamworth district, Bros. Morgan, Step lions and Finkornagel; Braidwood "dis trict, Bro. Bnko ; Young district, Bro. A. E. Lynch; Wugga, Bro. J, Iieggatt; ' Gaul!)ui'ii, 'Bl'o, It; 'BitnaUer. ... The Grand Master delivered his annual address. He referred to the marked pro gress rnado by the society as disclosed by the report Bnbmitted by the Acting Grand Secretary. The numerical strength of tho so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
Leonard Hayden. Piano and Organ Tuner and Re pairer. i ADDHE&S-GulVq COURIER Oflicu. Wanted. ANTEDa HOUSEMAID. Apply, to Mks J E BROWN,,, Comiuoroml Hotol. Wanted., "YX7~ANTED a STOCKMAN. Must: bo W a married niun, and able loshoo horses. References required. Wages £00 per aunum and doublo rations. Apply to -. " PETER JEFFREY,^ Miiigoola* TcnioifieM. - : . HbtvPSes! HOT PIES ami COFFEE e very SATUB DAY NIGHT during. the Wintor Months. . . . . . . Mrs. J~.FLY-NN, : ROUSE-STREET. ' . Hot Pies ! . " ' ." ' . ?' " HOT PIES and COFFEE ovorySATUR. . DAY NIGHT during the "Wintor Mouths. a . Mrs CAPPONI. Dressmaking1. Misses Baker & Koerner BESIRE to notify llio Public that thov havo REMOVED their DRESS. MAKING ESTAULISHMENT from Mr, J. Uailnand'S BEEHIVE STOKE to the STUDIO" PREMISES, formerly, occupied hy M. J.. W. Fjiosr, Eousa Street,' Department of Public Works, Sydney,-4th May 1000. ATTENTION is directed to GAZETTK .£\. Notice inviting TENDERS forBRKC* TION of TIMBER B...