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The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

TCSslO Latpyst. . SYDNEY, TuuitsoXy Night; In reply to u deputation to-day, the .Premier promised to, compensate poor people whose property; was destroyed during tho cleaning operations in tho quarantined ureas. . 'A woman, was beforS tho Court this morning charged with drunkenness/ Shu was only discharged from quarantine* yesterday after boing cured of tho-iilague. To-day's plague. cases were : Henry Knvina, Balmain'j Mrs? Mitchell, City, and Alice Cam llt Paddington. 740 r.it.s were destroyed at tlio inoinor ntor yesterday. ' A supply of Haffkinu'w prophylactic has nrrivod, find the work of inoculating will bo rosumeti to-morrow. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. It is reported that tho plaguo lias broken out at Alexandria, in Egypt. The plague is declining throughout India.

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY Tuesday. One fresh CUBO of plague was reported to-day, tho victim being Donald Millric, aged 15, reiiding at North Sydney. The condition of a liumhpr in tho hos pital, is critical- . ^ . Garde^ tho steward of the steamer Ciritra.". died on. Sunday from plngue. ; A wharf laborer named Cotrell living at Port Adelaide, and who had been work; ing on tho -steamer " Wilcannm/'.'frpm Sydney, contracted the plague. All pre; cautions have boon- takcn.'to prevent tlie spread. " A rat, literally looming with plague microbes, was.fqund in South ; Melbpuvne' yesterday. ? . Later. ; Two :morij deaths have occurred, at : the quarantine Ho»pit.il,-viz., Etienno Angele aped 25,<arid Mrs Kate Henderson. Frederick,Maurittor, aged 13, residing at Dulivich Hill was. pronounced to-bo sufleririg from plague to-day. , This', makes tho 201st euse. . _ Another case has been reported :from Brisbane,'tho patient being a1 married woman named Knight. At a meeting of the Shipowners' ...

TOWN LIGHTING. Two Acetylene Gas Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

TOWN LIGHTING, .: Two . Acetylene Gas Tenders. THE Lighting Cummittoo met at the Town Hall on Tuesday night for tho purpose of opening and discussing tenders for lighting tho'streets of tho town. Tho Mijyoi-;pre aided,' Alderman Touhoy beiug the only member absent. Tho Mayor announced thdt two tenders lmd lioeii/received.-', iOn these bejnj;. opened thoyAvoro found to ! be from Janies Martir. nnd Co., and tlio AuslrnlianAcetyloneGas; Company,,Syd ney. Both, were for Acetylene (Jus,: arid the quotations riuiued from '£2000 odd to £G00 odd, accmdiiig . to area aud number of lights. : Tlio Committee discussed the scheme from every standpoint, including that of tho; tiuiuieial part of tho business. Eventually it was decided "to hold tho tenders over for further consideration, the Committee buing under the impression that tho olectric light would be cheaper and hotter in every respect. In the meantime specifications will be prepared, and quotations invited for this latter modo of lightin...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

LOCAL NEWS. . LAND SALE.-Several parcels of land in tho vicinity of Doepwater, will bo offered at public auction by tlio Crown Land Agont at the Tentertiold Court. House at noon on/Wednesday next. . LAI;IJ Coykc BOARU.-Tho Board..will sit at Deepwater to-divy ; Tenteificid on Monday, and then proceed to Wilson's Downfall, whore a number of casos nro set down for adjudication. For liroiielnal Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Curo.. Is.Od; .' A '.GOLDEK^ WKDDINO.-Next Friday ?Mr. luVd Mrs.j \V. Lo'ech-wiU 'celebrate their Oolden '? Wedding^;;-3.' number of friends liavo beon invited to honor tlio * celebration of tlieir hftiotlv year of wedded life. ; , . * ( , - TENTEBMELD BUTTF.H . FACTORY. - Chiefly owing to tlio unfavourable naturo of the season for dairying, Mr. A. Soinmer lnd^ms boon compellod to close the Factory for thb timo being. Ib is hoped that lator on more favorable conditions will prevail, and thus warrant a resumption of opera tions.' r "FREE SELECTIONS.-The followi...

BUSY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

Busy MES. Should woigli this question nn(I . profit by a Toiitcrfield citizen's experience. ..Success . in . business is often iiandi-: capped. , ? Am nion' may have plopty. of capital, . ? . Moy havo ouorgyi.in abundance., . r. :' Mivy/know his liusinessjwoll.. . .' : - . ?And still-success comes slowly, v . It's a case of too great a burden.\ .Tho Imck i mi't carry it nil. ? . A latho or aching back is n handicap.. Drive the aeho away and ninko work a . pleasure.:s . - Learn what Backacho means. 1 . Learn, that backache is kidnoy ache. : / Learn how to shake it off. . Kcad how a Tenterfield citizen did it. -r Mr; D. Egsn, Saddler, High-at., .this '..town,* RaysFor RC me time" I, had been .«.'bad -with fho kidneys. Tiin. complaint caused, mo to have sovere pains in the back .which mado work painful and dis agreeable.,1 ,1 also had a dizzy flushed feeling in the head and blurred vision. I had tried many remedies for this ailment .provious to using Doan's Backaeho Kid .neys Pills but...

SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

SCHOOL O? ARTS. TrtE monthly mooting of /t<o .committee \V;IH hold; lust night. I'riSsonfc:- Messrs J. H. - Iloper (Chair) It. E. Walker, Stombook, Dowu. Donoghuc, and the Secretary (J. L. Keif). Tho Custodian reported iliat both local papers of 27tii April, Imtli Glen Innos papers, and Armidale Express o£ samo dato had been removed from tho Reading Room and not returned. It was resolved that tho Secretary post a notico in tho Heading Room to the of foet that any person removing -papers, inrlguzinea otc. would he prosecuted. Also to offer LI reward for information loading to ^conviction. It was resolved to tulce tho London WEEKLY TIMES from 30th Juno noxt. ? Tho Secretary roporwd that Mrs. 0. W. itendett had donated a picture to tlio In stitution, and that Mr. Readotfc had lent three pictures to he hung in tho Billiard' Room. A hearty vote of thanks'was ac corded the lady and gentleman named.

DRAKE MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

DRAKE MINING. MESSES. Hancock and party havo resumed work on the old Mount Carrington Mino, which lias been idle for a loifg timo, and arc encaged sinking a vertical shaft sotno distance to the cast of the old workings. by which they expect to intersect tha under lay of I lie reef nt a depth of 140ft. The old shaft on tlio western sido of tbo hill was sunk.on tlto underlay of tho roof to a depth of 312ft. and as it it'dips sharply to tlio cant it is thought that it will bo. met with in the new shaft at tho depth mentioned. Thisminowasoriginally worked for gold, and to a depth of 200ft yielded profitable returns. At this deuth, however, the lude, although large, beenmo poor, and work whs temporarily suspended. The shaft was afterwards sunk by Govern ment aid a further depth of 112ft. at which depth thoro were strong indications of tbo existence of a copper lode, which induced tho party now in possession to give the mine another trial. Tliey aro making fair progress with the sinking, ...

An Appalling Wreck, Sierra Nevada Gone to Pieces Over Twenty Lives Lost. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

: An Appalling Wreck, .. Sierra Nevada Gone to Piooesr Ovor Twenty Lives Lost. Tiie ship Sierra Nevada, 1400 tons ' bound fioni Liverpool to Melbourne arid Sydney, wont ashore, on the rooks at Portsen, near Melbourne on Wednesday morning at 1, o'clock, and beeaino a total wreck. Two men from tliq wreck tiniveA «t Portsea, and only fivo. men aro known to have been saved bo far. It is feared many lives lmvo-tieen lost."... - ?. Later. ? The quarantine stntion l-eporta that they, liavo just visited the scene- of the wreck of the Siorru Nevada (Oaptain Scoit). , The vessol is a total wreck, and only part, of. the Urokoti hull is to bo soon. Four men got ashore in the lifeboat, and one boy swam ashore. One of the men being badly hurt has been carried to thu quarantine station. Sheslruck the rocks within 200 yards of London Bridge rock. Further particulars show that in the early morning a seaman' entered the'tele graph office at Portsea and informed the postmaster (hat the vessel went ash...

Mr. I. Whereat's Wholesale Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

Mr. I. Whoreat's Wholesale Price List. Corn, from 2s GJ to 2a Oil Oats, from 2a to 2s 3d Potatoes, 2s 0.) per civt Chaff, 3s to 3s 3d per owt l'umpkins, 2s per owt Turnips, 2a per owt Wheat, 2s 6dto2s8d per bushel Rrnn, 4s per lOOIliB l*olIard, 4s per lOOlbs ? Lime, 4s per bag" > Goi.Dsimoi'oii, MOkt & Co. LLD.,' under dato 4th May, report Tallow-Notwithstanding (lie discour aging cable nowe received from London good mixed sold up'to last week's values. Tile demand for medium and inferior was brisk, but at rates fully 7s Gd to 10s lowor than previous week's. . ' Hair, Hbrns, ,Bimea-Moderato sup piles-Hair sold .briskly. Wo disposed of a choice lino of Iiotso-linir at 25Jd per lb,, and sold cow hair ut: to 14Jd per lb. Horns firm. Bones easy. . Bni'k- Largo supplies. were forward, and some lots wore disposed of, but at greatly reduced rates. " » Tanned Skius-Supplies . were ? fairly largo. A good demand ^ was manifested, and prices for Kangaroo and/Wallaby , were firmer. B...

Commercial. Mr W J. Gibson's Weekly Report. PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

Commercial. Mr "W J. Gibson's Weekly Report. r y .,1'ROCUCI! SALLS '-Maize;new 2a Gd to 2s Od-old 33 to 3s.2d Oats, retail 2s Gd to 3s 9d . - Chaff, wholesale £2 \5n to: £3; . Fuiupkins, 2* to 3s per cwt Potatoes, 3s. ie 3s Oa per cu t ? [ OnionR, 8ato 10a per ewt~ .. . Fgwh, 2«j to 3s per pur j Ducks, 4s to 5s per pair . . I Tm keys,. 6^ to 8s per pfiir. - ! Cattle-(Fat) brisk deinaud. . have- pjUI ; several small jots nt sutiffactory pnets. ! Storrs also inquired for. ' Sheep-(Fat) I havo inquiries for small lots nmlliuvo a few lines'ottering, Srorcs are nl«n inquired tor at reasonable prices rropertics-Thcro< aro . numcrptiB in quiring for good grazing estates. I have placed un eiigililo property under definite offer during tlio weak to a likely buyer. '

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

0 r'Y:-: - F. KNEIPP Fop the host of everything in the Saddlery Line AT LOWEST PRICES. Ol'OCE SADDLES made on tho latest , >o I*nprovod Treesrhy export Workmen. Warran'tfd to wear well, and give lasting, satisfaction. Specially suitnblo for Squat tors and Bougli Sidors. . - AIEO Light English Stylo Huntings Saddles on Improved TreoB. 1 , . Ladius1 "Saddles. "* . Boys' and Girle' Saddles, ' " ; Buggy or Sulky HnrDOGS, Cart Harness. A few Double Elm Collars^' r'A jol) lotvof Collars, la Gd each . '' LADIES' AND, GENTS'' New paleut safety Stirrups; Bridles, Horso . Rugs, eto.voto. ' .'? ???: ? A largo stock embracing every thing in the trade to select from. ? Freda Kneipp, Manufacturing Saddler, and Importer, BOTJSE-STJtEET Look well ^°ur'"liver should perform its functions properly . . . . .. S-if-S reel well of the body should work in harmony . . , . BeweHm^tSr" yZ ?world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING . YOU WILL LOOK WELL V" ' & FEEL WELL J AND 3...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 11 May 1900

DEATH.       CHALTON. — On the 7th May, 1900, at Uralba, Richmond River, at the resi-   dence of her daughter, Mrs. F. Behs,   the beloved wife of GEORGE CHALTON,   and mother of Mrs. C. Marstella, Tenterfield, aged 63 years.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Look-well' ^ur'°LI\reR should perform its functions properly « . Feel well ,of the body should work in harmony . . . . Be well 2.fc,S"S. ?world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps, BY DRINKING LOOK WELL FEEL WELL AND BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Liver Ailments-is a. stimulant that aids, digestion, it .tones the stomach and: invigorates the bowels and kidneys; Aok for WOLFE'8 tho Real Original Schnapps. TOBACCO per lb 3s 6d " 2s 9d " . 3a 9d " 3s 0d " 4s 3d " 3s 3d ? THOMAS PJJBERDY& SON Dr. Ormiston. - Surgeon Dentist, C\XTISHKs to.aunounee to hi* Pattient "VV that he has REMOVED to Logan* 8-ieet, opposite. Dr.-Freyet's residence. Great Drug Emporiums, irn PITT'.STUP.KT. SYDNEY. .. « r:., i Patent; Mod . i- . i mimIIIm, and Sur : :mme* in il>e !>o tihern llcmfapher Noth : .: r)ti .<ir\ t.f Ooocta kept. Priceia ..? v.'*Vi:STI.Y COMMKND to oil who with to ...nr: yv. . i'i'.:sh *'tep1t-Mme»s. Kivrtone M >m. receive energy audca -ry f ...

UNION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

UNION MEETINGS. THE; usual monthly meeting of the Leoch's Gully.Union was hold at Mr. J. Maris-: ?field's last Wednesday evoniiig. Mr. W. 'Goodrich occupied the chair, there being *o fair attendance of members presout. Correspondence was read from Mr. 0. A. Loe, M.P., in reference to tho erec tion 'of school teacher's residence; Mr. A: Soniuierlad, enclosing cheque for LI in payment' of shares in Thatclinmking Machine, on beniilf of Messrs. J. H. and . W. fl. Sommorlud ; from Masaoy Harris iind Co., enclosing cheque- for U as a donation to the Plotibhing Matches, and from Mr. \V. L. Walker and Mrs. V. Kelly;. Mr. ,-Wiikie suggested that-all those who hud grown maize from tho seed supplied by tho Department of Agricul turn furnish a report upon tho growth of same by next meeting. "It was resolved on the motion of Messrs. D. B. Woir and G. R. Smith that a loiter he written to the Pastures and Stock Protection Board, to bo accompanied with a petition bearing tho signatures of all those...

FEDERATION. Speech Misinterpreted. LONDON, THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

.. FEDERATION. Speooh Misinterpreted. . LONDON, TnciwitAT Mn. EDMUND BARTON, the New South Wales Federal delegate, has publicly and indignantly repelled what he characterised as tho ungeneious insinuation of Lord Lamington, Governor of Queensland, that tlio delegates are trading'T Great Bri tain's gratitude, in order to obtaiu conces sions. Mr.-A. Deakin, tho Victorian repre sentative, lift s characterised Lord Laming -ton's utterances as most unfortunate and unconstitutional. - Tho Queensland delegate, Mr. J. E. Dickson, has dofended Lord Lamington's words and aclion, stating that the Gov ernor douhtlcBS spoko with the advice of his-Ministry.. - . BRISBANE, FRIDAY." Lord Lamington's speech referred to above was .made at a conversazione in con nection . with- the Presbyterian--.General .Assembly, in the Exhibition Building on -. Tuesday night. It is apparent, however, C.Mmfc his remarks have.been misinterpreted j.ntjhomo. .Apcording to press report's of his .v speech, liBi said lie ...

NEWS FROM THE FRONT. Letter from Sergeant Tyrrell. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Letter from Sergeant Tyrrell. XisyTEn." from tlio Front from Sergeant Tyrrell, (luted Karoo Kloof, April 1st, 1000 Just having a spell on tlio battle field, after a hard day's fighting, watching the ambulance parrying away the wounded and dead. 1 thought it was a pitiful Bight j they were hs well and aa strong as I, yeR terday j to-day some are dead, nnd, as X thought, my mind wandered lmck to hoino, and I took this piece of paper from my pocket to pencil a few lines, not knowing but that to-morrow n>y turn shall come, and I wouldn't care to part for eror from you all without Raying good byo. I didn't think many of us to-day would be spared to tell the tale of the battlo-of Karree Kloof. The bullets fell like hniVKround-ns, killing 8, wounding -14. Just away on our left, General Goff with his battalicxn assisted us, his casual ties numbered 270 and also lost two guns. It was a sad sight to seo Buch o lot of tine fellows being rolled in blankets and lowered into a pit, somo torn w...

Commercial, Mr. W. J. Gibson's Weekly Report PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Commercial. Mr. W. J. Gibson's Weekly Beport' l'ROCUCE SALES. Maize, wholes-lie, 2s Gd toSaDd Oats, retail 2s Oil | Chaff, wholesale £3 lo £3 10a 'Pumpkins, Is Gil to 2s por owt £ Potatoes, 3s per cwt _. ^ OnionB, 89 to 10a per cwt Cattle-(Fat.) ^Inquiries arc ftill fair fur this,class of stock^and numerous linos have changed hands during the week. . Horses-I jiave a buyer now in the (lis trict buyiog good horses, . * Sheep-Continued demand good stores .till readily. Properties-Thre is good demand for fair sized grazing estates.

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Brief Mention. : Dny weather, and: sharp frostn. 1 x riUNNYSiiiE Union moet to-night^ FOOTBALL social to-morrow night.:" L'anu Court at Wilsons Dowfali to-raor--; row. LAKD salo at the Court House to-morrow . . at noon. . '' LEECH'S Gully Union have purchasod a Thatching Machine. Ploughing MatclieB attracting attention. IT is almost curtain that Parliament will ' meet on Juno Bth . :? AT Jlie Kosoliill races on Saturday, the . Flying Handicap was won by Oast Iron; the Stewards Mile, by Alixj"and Handicap by Carberra. . / Viotoria won tlio Eight Oar Race, New South Wales coming second, Queensland . third, and Adolu'do last. Slack defeated Donald in the Amateur ; Sculling Race. MASTER NORMAN BACHsnephow of Mr. : Pike, won the 10 years age swimming championship-in - connection with tlio Public Schools in Sydney, on Saturday last. MOOME and HILL'S War Graph Com pany will niako their re-appoaranee-in.tho School of ArtB on Friday evening next. TOOLOOM Fr.nr.y tolls to bB sold next Saturda...

Mr. I. Whereat's Wholesale Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Mr. I. "Whereat's Wholesale Priee Iiist. Corn; from 2sGd to Oats, from 2s to 2B 8d - s. v . Potatoc9, 28 Otl per.cwt ^ - Chnff/83 to 3s 3d per owb:v v Pumpkins, 2s per cu t ,, Wiieat^23.(ff^^Sd-per, bushel Bran, 4s per lOOibs Pollar^,- 4a per lOOlba > Lime, 4s per bag ?

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

SYDNEY, MONDAY Niairr. V Tin oro ia quoted at 23s. The Rev. James Hill," prominent Minister of the Oongregiuional' Cnurahjdied yesterday. ' . ? _ Two moro bodies have boon washed nshoro from tliu wreck of the Siorra. Nevada. . . Speaking nt St. Bonetiicta yesterday, Alderman _BarIow said that tlio City Coun cil must bo disbanded or reformed. A youngman named Harry Rush, resid ing with his mother at Paddington, hanged, himself toa raftor in a stable this morning. ? A man named McAlbery suicided nt Temora on Saturday by swallowing n cyanido solution in the- presence of Iub mates. Ho declared he was tired of life. Mr- Reid's threat to challenge - the Government immediately Pnrlament meots lias not caused aiiy excitement in political circles. ?. J JumeSTrvfRey anTtiftllry r\Jbffem,"was ' knocked down by an eloctric tram in Goorgo street on Saturday night, sustain ing such, sovoro injuries that ho died in the Hospital , yestorday. . LONDON, May,.13. . A goods train collided in a tunnel a...

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