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THE FEDERAL ELECTORATE. Deputation to the Commissioners. Divided Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
Deputation to the Commissioners.. Divided Opinions. \^By the CommiKxioncr'x Short Hand Reporter,] ' ON Friday, 4th May, at 2-30 p! m. a deputation, consisting of Mr. C. A. -Leo, Member of the Legislative Assembly. fur Tonterliold : Mr. W. Roid, Mayor ofTen-, terfiold: Mr. T. T. - Ewirig, Mjmber of tho Legislative Assembly for Lismore: rvnd Mr. II. D. Moagher, MoTnber.of the Legislative | Assembly. for The Tweed; waited upon tho Commission, Measra. G. Lewis and 0. J. SauiMlcrs. Mr. LEE I have boon asked to pro Bent a petition from TentorfioUl iu con- ? nootion with tliu fixing of the bounties of tho Fedoral Electorate). In presenting thisjpotition, I have tp remind you . that,, at your request, I gaveyou, on a. previous ?" occasion, my viows as to what would' bo approximately tho bent way to define tho ? boundaries of The FederalElectorate. The terms of this petition are-at variance ? with my. views, but I am hero to do- my duty to a portion "f my constituents, -and I might also stat...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
Brief Mention. . LAND sale next Wednesday; : . MILITARY Pnrado to-morrow. . . DRY weather causing anxiety. Mit. T. EOAN in town on holidays. FJSIJEUAL difflieulties inbreasing." LitiirriNG question still in tlio balance. . WESTERNERS Football Club ball noxt Wednesday night. . MRS J.' FLYNK announces hot pica for Saturday nights. Mil. £. JHAYIIEN,-piano tuner, in now inftown. ? ' LAND Court Board sit on Monday, next. ?Hoi pies at Mrs, Capponi's on Saturday nights,'. : is said that Sergeant A. M'Alister is .numbered ainon^ the 50 mon invalided home to Australia. ? 20000 guineas have already boon col looted towards tho'Prosbyterian. Century Fund. T Tim Public Service Board_of Queensland has recommended the suspension of Mr. Jack for 4 months. This is tho result of tho-rocent-Jack inquiry. ; ATTENTION is directed to Mr. A. J. Smith's saddlery advertisement in to days issued ; MEETING &lt;>f Westerner's Football Club at Exchange Hotoi this evening at 7.30 o'clock. THE amount o...
SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
: SYDNEY, " , THURSDAY* Niairr. > Tin ore is quoted at 23s Cd. .?i: ;Tho:'.Yiotorian- Government has 'do voided to oxpend L35.000 on tlio Westorn ?innuxeof t .o exhibition' Building for the accomodation of tlie Federal Parliament. Tlio ex-Modorator of the Presbyterian Assembly has been sorved Willi a writ claiming L2000 damage.*? -by tlio Rev. W. F. Cruigie, of-Minim. 1 . LONDON, WEDNESDAY. . MOUNT'Vesuvius is in eruption.-? " The third series of colonial wool auction sules wau'opencd yesterday, prices showing a decline of froni:7$d&lt; to EH per-cent.
Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
Yesterday's Homebush Sales SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT; F' MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and- Badgery, report nafollowa 1277 cattle wore yarded, tlio market being a aliado weaker. Bullocks, £3 10s to'.j£9 18a ; cows, £3 10s to £6 10s; best boat worth 22a per lOOlbs. In local lines Messrs. Harrison, .Jones, and Dbvlin roport that Stewarts' and Smiths' bullocks ayoraged 17 10s 4d ; cows, 15 18s'. . ' About 37,190 sheep were penned, valuea being unaltered. EKves, 8s 6d to 12s 9d; wetliors, 8s to 20s.: '
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THOIMUAV NIGHT. Wheat, 2s 9d Flour, 1.6 5s to L6 10s ..1 uIiiclovKeat, 2B 3d to 2a Ed Glial), 1^210s to Xj3 16s Potatoes L2 to L3 Maize, 2a 5d to 2s Od Oals, 2s 4d to 2s 5d . . ? Iiuccrno, L2 Bs to L2 IBs Butter, creamery, IOd; factory, 0d to Bi : dairy, 8d to 8 Ad.
THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, MAY 11. The Commonwealth Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
THE: TENTERFiEl [.) Jnlcrroloninl feuicr AND : Palrficld & Wallangarra Advocate :V FRIDAY, MAY 11. ; The Commonwealth. Bill. The Intent cable reports from London concerning .the fate of the Commonwealth Bill, as deelurcd for:by two absolute mil .jonties oj-Hid Australian people at the bullot box, aro-fur from reassuring on the point of its acceptance by the Imper - nil authorities in its present farm. It is . perfectly plum: that Mr.. Chamberlain is determined on'Jho amendment to retain tlio^existing right of appeal to the Privy Council,:; which, to all intents and pur poses is ;tbe prerogative of tho Queen in tlmcreation of dependencies into Nations. Sinco the arrival of tho Australian dele gates in London it has been palpable that tlioro would bo no giving way : on tho part of the Imperial Crown Law authorities as to iheir right of making amendments. This being the case, would it not have been much better to havo .taken a referendum of the Australian pco ,ple on tho vexed ...
The Half-Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
The Half-Holiday. 'As st'ntcd iii our . iaauo of IbbI: Tuesday, owing to lhu 'dcciaiori of tho/Full Court, tlio' oriKijial. pcocluinfttion,' which' undoi : tlio Eiirly/CloBiiig: Aot, (ixod'YVednesdny iialf^Jiolidoy-in couiitry districts, is .i tci' be;adliered to by tlio Government, and ^P9tiwty:MiiB.effqcfc h'ns Men .given to the r,^shopkeepers. So far ns this week is con . corned, however, the authorities shito tlmt -Saturday can lio honored no ns to enable tlu* people nffectud to mnlco thoir arrange ments fiir thechange. TolcKnimshavi) been forw arded to the uuthuriticmn the provinces Ivy I'. B.Clepg.Olevk incharguDepartmenb ; of Labour and Industry, ns follows : ."Supremo Court lmvo declared second proclamation-invalid, arrangements must . be made to observe Wednesday half-holi ' day until the Act can bo nmonded, but until a sufficient time has elapsed to en able fhopkecpcrs to adjust their business, arrangements to tho altered circuius-1 tances the department does nut care to p...
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
Post Office Time Table. r ' MATLS.CEOSI? FOR. ; Wilsons' Downfall, and - Boonoo Boonoo, . ^Tuesday and Friday/ atOSOp.m. Sydney, Glen Inncs' Armidale, Maitland, . dnd.New.^astle, 6"15 p. in. '(Saturdays . excepted. v, . Tabulate, CnaiboVLismprc; nndRiohmond Rivor-f^lJaily;-except. Sunday, 12 nooil; leavo.at:12*80p,njfc rimbarra, and Stoinbrook^Tuosdny atid .. Friday, at 9*30 p.ni; ? .Leavo Wednes day and Saturday at'6;^ A.*' Drake, Sapdy Hill, and Eo'ssitervillc .Daily dt 12 noon. Ledvo at 22'SOp.m; Bonshaw-^Monday and Friday ? at . 9 30 p.ni". Leave Tuesday aiid Saturday at5:a.m./ ' -. . ' Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 ' a.m." Wnllangarra. arid:^ Queensland daily at 10'30 a.m. (Suiidny excepted.) mails AimivE rnoii Sydnoy,* Glen Inncs, Armidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall-. . Thursday and Sunday, nt 5*30 p m. * Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5*45. p.m. , Tabulam, ©reino, and Ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
SMOKERS. SHOULD USE A FRAGRANT ; " LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, offocMvo pr; jiaratlon V, Tor ridding tho- mouth of tho (i aroma of tobacco, and leaving a ? a pleasant taato. . *¥£ Jf'i®4' i». r«iod. ioHia (Engliih rala), at CtemUU and stmt. } F, C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. ) 1 74 ffoM Silver Medal* and IHphmat. e> CalMsTootliPoilr*: &L, It, end It. 6& (ini, ^ GalMs To® Paste,-; W., If., and It. G&lt;L pott, 1 J Zd.t 6d., and It. boxa. A3 prepared with purest Carbolic-the ?cry b«et Dental Preserrativo. At CKenitU and Blortx. ;F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 18 Qold &lt;5t Silver iltdalt and Diplomat.. pj. F. Hhomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator ,* "fi" ' &0; \ t' Houso-atrcot, - - Toatorflolfl. :'A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVIT for N. S. Walct^ Queensland, and y'othor colonien, ..:?. ., i;:.~ UoprcBontuttvo of-the Norwich Union Ifiro lusumuce Society; wd the .Rational AJr.tual Life Aesoemtiou of Aus v:tralasia, Limited. i-^...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
"WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO." /t 1 A GIFT rHOM THE UNITED STATES TO AUSTRALIA. J > 1 . V . ?.'.w^TherTv C. Wtlhnma Company of Richmond, .Virginia, .U.S.A. t ctato that V £ ' NO BETTER TOBACCO CAN BE PRODUCED . ^-/.'thaiulbat'manufactured under the " WEALTH OF NATIONS " Brand. i &lt;...?*£$?-?. -r Worthy of a trial by 'All Smofters of Dark Tobacco., ; WATERBIJRY WATCHES. ' ; WORLD RENOWNED. UNIVERSALLY USED. > " * vj ~ « The Working Man's Friend. _ , - , ' HIGHEST FINISH. LOWEST PRICE. D^not^be put.off with. worthless imitations. Tuko no other but the Qenuino Walcrbury. SILVER CASES A SPECIALITY. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY^ THE LATEST TESTIMONY OF APPRECIATION. AGAIN TO THE FRONT. r ' vBy mail from London Messrs. Joshua Brcs. have been informed that , tho Army Contraots Director has taken a supply of their Brandy For the nee of the Imperial Troops in South Africa. ; .r OBTAINABLE IN FLASKS, HALF-FLKSKS AND BOTTLES. Commission Charge now No other charge to grower except ca...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
Railway Time Table. ..The mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter field at .7*10 p;in.' daily, Satrr^rys ex cepted, and for Brisbane Ix'SO da\ly, Sundays ev4ptcdv v.'--;'' , . The Goods Train leaves Tenterflell for Syducy. every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at- G a.m., and dr ives from Sydney every Monday,. Wed nesday,-and Friday ovenings p.m. .The fares between. Sydney and Tenter-, field,and Tcntelfield'Vud TTrlstiario'arli as* follow :-r TKllXBIil?IKT.D TO SyDNBX. . 1st &lt; last, Single ... .K. J/t 10 2nd Ular ^Single: ... ... 2 10 0 ltctur\ Ticlcets, available for r Two Months. ^latCIas' . ... i!5 12 . C ' . 2ndClais ... ; 310- 0 W-AIIJ ANOABIIA O VBKISDANE, .1st Clas f, Single ... . '.v. J&l 19 7 2nd Clu/s, Singlo 1 , 5* 5,. 1st Clnsu, Return 2 10 ,;6 2nd Cla&s, Beturn . &lt;t 18 . 2
THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. PROSPECTS UNFAVORABLE. LONDON, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. PROSPECTS UNFAVORABLE. LONDON, May 9. Mr. Chamberlain fnvora further amend moats in tho Commonwealth Bill, adher ing to tlio Appeal Clause. The AuBtiulimi delegates aro mucli sur prised at his notion, and have ontercd n strong protest. Thoy regard tho prospebts as unfavorable. The Bill will be introduced next Mon day. Tho second reading has been fixed for tho Slat instant. In a loiter to tho TIMES, Mr. J. It. Dickson. tho-Q'uconsland delosato, con fesses that liein at variance witlr his col leagues, and declares time tho Brisbauo COURIER represents the matured thought of the olect(.rs regarding tho question of appeals. In tho samo paper Mr. E. Barton in reply says that tho opponents of clause 74 aro, with few exceptions, opponents of Federation on any terms. Ho further says that if Mr. Dickson intended to sup port tlio dofoatcd minorities in their en deavor to obtain amendments, he ought to liavo imnouticod his intention at the outset. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIOUT. ...
TRANSVAAL WAR British occupy Winberg. SPLENDID WORK BY COLONIAL TROOPS. LONDON, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900
British occupy Winberg. SPLENDID WORK BY COLONIAL TROOPS. " LONDON, MAY 7.' brilliantly well-plumed combined movemont at Brandforl; caused tho com plete rout of the Boms. The Irish American, Ctfmmando became riotous, refusing to figlit. After crossing tho Vaal river at. Wind sorton. General Hunter's column soveroly engaged tile enemy, 5 of tho British be ing killed and 25 wounded. Tho British Infantry fought in close quarters ridge after ridge, and tho Boers eventually re tired. ' During tho fight at Vet River, tlio enemy hold a strong passage. Tho 84th and 8oth Batteries of Artillery were en gaged. Tlio Household Cavalry, 12lh Lancers, and Kitchener's Horse inflicted lioavy loss upon the enemy, who aban doned tlioii' dead nnd wounded. It is officially announced that General Hamilton has entered Winberg, which the BoorH evacuated on tlio approach of tho British, and they are now in full re treat oil Kroonstadt. Lord Roberts has captured largo quantities of forago and railway materia...