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

LATEST COMMERCIAL, . . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Wheat, 2a 9d . .. -Hour,-L6 5s to LG 10s ? - Cliicltwheat, 2s 3d to 2s Bd : Chaff, L210s to L3 16s Potatoes L2 to L3 Maize, 2s 5d to 2s Cd . Oats,:2s:4d to 2s5d - Luccrne, L2 5stoL215s r Butter, creamery, IOd ; factory, 9d to 9J; dairy, 8d to 8Jd. WAKWICK,-A fair ' volume of .business > may bo reported for the past weok (says tho .-ABOUS) large supplies of all licuvy-lines of predncc having beenlrouglit to rails. The demand for maize has not ? been . BO brisk,, and the value in . the city, has declined 2d y per bushel, the quotntiou now being 3s 3&d. .. A pood demand btill- exists for hav and. ' chuff, und .prices are about the same as previously recorded. In wheat, millers are : buying steadily at 3s to 3s fJ(I. Potatoes ° are still being imported from New England : to .fill local requirements. In dairy pro ' ducts, factory butter is worlh lOd ; cheese. ?'scarce, 7d '; bacon-flitches, 7^d ; liamp, (J'l. . Bran and pollard are ...

Arrival of Mr. H. Copeland. ENTERS UPON HIS DUTIES. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Arrival of Mr. H. Copeland.^ ; ENTERS UPON HIS DUTIES. - SYDNEY, Monday NIGHT. MR. LYNE has roceivcd a cable from Mr. ? Copolatid announcing his arrival in Lon don. Ho takes up tlio duties of Agcnt Genoral to-day.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MAY 15. Sanitation. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

THE TENTERFiEl D jnterraljormal (fmuitr AND Fairfield & .'Wallangarra Advooate .TUESDAY, MAY 15. Sanitation. THE sanitation orusade which waged' so vigorously for a week or so some time back,* [would appear tohavo died a natural "death before half the work was done. It was generally anticipated that this would .bo tli<} case, and calculations liavo proved not yery far wrong. A few offenders wero "snrretf up for the time being, out sinco' 'the. .vigilance of the authorities lias ceased, the same old gamo is being re peated.' . A .-loiter appears in our columns to day from a visitor to the town, who complains of the filth deposits on the bank 6f tho creek. A walk along that end of the-town will shortly convince anyone that good grounds exist for the complaint. The otaly way to enforce cleanliness is for tho Inspector to keep a sharp look out, and if his instructions are not respcoted, have tin example made of tho offender. It is no use using half measures in such ma...

Attorney's to Show Cause. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Attorney's to Show Cause. SYDNEY, MONDAYNWHT. TUG Full Court has called upon threo Attorney's to show cause why they should not bo dealt with. '

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

Plague Precautions; THIS Public Health,Department is endea vouring by ovory means at its disposal to forewarn . ' the different municipalities throughout the colony of the rapid pro gress of tlio bubonic plague and tbo proba bility that it may at any hour seixeany of them unawares when they are absolutely unprepared to cope with it. Already several country centres have had their cases. So far the outbreaks hiivo been con fined to the coast line, but in (hose days of rapid communication it would bo idle for us to lie on our oars with confidence in ourimmunity from attack on the around that We reside so far inland. Many visitors reach our town daily from the metropolis and tlio affected parts, and it is quite pos sible the dread scourge may beconveyed to this or any other town by those means. If tlio Council have nob yet taken steps for providing an isolated habilation /or reception and treatment of cases, it is just as- well that they should do so at once. There is/nothing like being...

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

A Victorian Tragedy. . SHOOTS A. RELATIVE. , . SYDNEY, MONDAY NIOHT. buiiiKQ a family quarrel at Drourn, Vic- ; ? ?toria,' an Hotelkoopfir named O'Koefo: allot his : lirother-in-law, F. F. Cohen, 'dead,

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

Post Office Time Table. HAILS CLOSE I'OJl Wilsons' Dov/ufull. nnd Boonoo Boonoo, I \ ; Tuesday ind/Friday, at 0*80 p.m; .v. 8ydney,Glen Innes Armidaie, Maitland, and-Newcastle, G'15 p. m. (Saturdays . excepted. , Tabularo; Casino, Lisinoro, and Richmond liiver-Daily, except Sunday, ,dt.l3 soon; leave at 12;30p.m, i ; -Timbarra, and , SteiribrooU-Tuesday atad: .? . Friday, at:9*30p.m. Leave Wednes^. . : day and .Saturday at 6 ft.m. v, - Drake," Sandy Hill, and Eossitervllla ..-v..:-. Daily at 12 noon. Leave at 12*S0p.m. .v Boashaw-Monday and Friday^. at 0'30 : .p.m. Leave Tuesday^and Saturday ....>><.;... i. firyan'a Gap--^ueaday and Friday at 11*45" a.ra»_ .' ; - Wallangarra and Queensland daily at: 10*30 a.m.* (Sunday oxcepted.) MAlis AitiuvE *non . Sydnoy, Glen -Innoa, Artnidalo, West .?Maitland, and Newcastle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 1150 a.ui. .< BoonooBoonoo, and Wilson's-Downfall ^Thursday and Sunday, at 5*30 p in. Drake, and Saudy Rill-Daily (exc...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE , CALVERT'S ' pNTfllilflLEK: ? A FRAffRANT | LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, | Tho most offoctivo preparation ^ for ridding tho month of the fe > arpmaof tobncco, and loavlng }i ' .-'» pleasant tost©. r ^ 071(4 7*. fli bottla V {BnglUhralti), at Chanithand Storu, £ F. 0. CALVERT & CO, MA1|CHESTER. | 0 ^ 7? Qold Silver jVtdaU ami Diplomat. 9 JS Solicitors* X*X3G^JCi: J. F. Thomas, Solicitor,' Arbitrator &C; Rouao-stroot, - ToatorfloW. A COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS -loc N. S. Wales, Queensland, and other colonies. t5L Local lloprescntiUivo of the Norwich Uniou Firo Insurance Society, \nd tho Natioual Mr.tual Life Association of Aus tralasia,, Limited. TruBt Monoy to Load on Approvod ? - " Soourity. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen: Innes. \XTILL' VISIT - TENTJ5UFIELT> and. VV attend Court when required. - - . Legal. C. Wood Readett, . Solicitor, Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., HAS commcnccd Practice in Tentei fiold, r.ext door to Mr. J...

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

; "WEALTH OF NATIONS TOBACCO." " A GIFT FROM THE UNITED STATES TO AUSTRALIA. : . Tho .T. C.: Williams Company of Richmond, Virginia, U.S. A., stnto that >; ' NO BETTER TOBACCO CAN BE PHODUCED .than that manufactured under tho " WEALTH OF NATIONS" Brand. > 4 Wot Iky of a trial by AH Smokers of :Dtt rk Tobacco. - WATERBURY WATCHES. -?WORLD RENOWNED. . UNIVERSALLY USED. - . \ v ) The Working Mail's Friend. ' HIGHEST FINISH. LOWEST PRICE. " ' " _ . Bo nob be put off-with worthless imitations. Tuke no other but the Genuioo Watorbary. * i ' SILVER CASES A SPECIALITY. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LATEST TESTIMONY OF APPRECIATION. ' " AGAIN TO THE FBONT. - ? By mail from London Messrs, Joshua' Bros, havo been informed that Iho . ?Army Contracts Director has taken a supply of their Brandy ? '.For the use of the Imperial Troops in South Africa. : OBTAINABLE IN FLASKS, HALF-FLKSKS AND . BOTTLES. , Commission Charge now Premier No other charge to grower Selling~Brokers , Largest and Bes...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

; Railway Time Table. , ; ?. ? Tho mail train for Sydney leaves Tenter field, at 7'10 p;m. dailyt-.Satr/v'rys ex cepted, and for Brisbane' u. lr30. o.uj. daily/Sundays Excepted. . ^v3$Q'JjU>fl(U/lctup..baypa^Qnterflel\'for^ Sydney every* Tuesday, ^Thursday* .?an"cT aturday mornings at 6-a.nw and ar ivos from Sydney every Monday,-Wed nesday, aud Friday evenings at 4.45 p.m. The fares bebtveon Sydney and Tonfcer tield, and T(utoifield and Brisbane are as follow..*.??. .'s TkMBRYIBLD TO SyDHB*. lsfc( lasr, Single ... £4 'lr 0 - 2iid Olai 9, Single O 5 . Beturi .Tickets, available for ... . / : . - lwo Months, * lot ClaB1' ' £6 12 6 2nd Clar* 3 10 0 "Wad angarha : o -BBIBDANE. * / *. 1st Clas-2, Slngl0 ..\v JB1 '19 f 7 v. * . . : 2nd Clu^Si SiDfrle *1 5 5 - let Classl.-Eetnrn % 2 19 5 2ncf 01ac8,£eturn * ** 1 18 2

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

/TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. . ' MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Biidgery, report as follows : 1100 cattle woro yarded,' yaltioa being unaltered. Beat beef worth 22a pur lOOlbs. Bullocks, L3 10a to L8 17s ; cows, L3 6s to LG 15s. About 9000 sheep woro penned, .tho market being the aatne. Wethers, 83 fld to 10s Od ; ewes, 8a to lis Od. . At tho Homobuah sales on Thursday last, tho following prices were realised for lool cattle:-A. M. White, 88 cows aver aging L5 1B 10d ; Baruey Downs Bullocks, 30 averaged L7 3s lOd; Stewart and Smith, .39 bullocks averaging L7 10s 4d.

TRANSVAAL WAR British Occupy Kroonstadt, LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

British Occupy Kroonstadt, I LONDON, Mny 10. The Londiri ' Standard states tho European Powers have warnod tho Trans vaal thiit if Johannesburg mines aro do-" stroyed, England will bo requested to exact personal compensation, com mencing with President and State officials. , General Botha, with ton guns, eon fronts General Hamilton near Winberg. During a reconnaissance of General' Hutton's force at Zand River, the Now South Wales men displayed groat' gal lantry, holding tho enoiny in chock in the face of a galloping fire, and covering the retreat of the Now Zealanders nnd .AVcst Australians. \ . Generals French and Hutton crossed the Zand, pursuing tho enemy cautiously, owing to the damaged railway lines. . General Ruudlo is guarding country be tween Winderg and Ladybrand. Tho Boers liavo removed their 'load quarters to Clocolan, and occupy a strong position at Mcquatting's Nok. Tho retreating convoys aro in an inex tricalilo confusion, and tho columns tire in a panic owing to tho-r...

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

.anta.© Latest. MONDAY NIANI. Now Caledonia is now quite free frcni the plague. Tlio plnguo cases yestorday wore Emily Tobin, nged 14, residing at Manly; Jnuies Slonno 45, ? Loichardt, and Albert Wadeson, 15, City. Sarah Palmoon liaa died at the Quaran tine Station. " SeTornl of the patients Are in a sorious .condition. v ' One case was reported this morning, tlio victim being Alice Russell, aged 23, residing at Woolahra. . A suspected caso of plague is reported from Qeelong. Victoria.

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

MILITARY. ' A WHOLE day parade was held on Satur day last. Sergeant Daly arrived from Sydney on Friday for the purpose of put ting the men through their facings. Owing to the short notico, only sonio eighteen ranl< and file assembled at the Drill Shod in tho forenoon, Lieutenant Everett was on Pnrado for the first tiuio in charge of tho Half Squadron, Sergeant D.ily nmdo an examination of tho arma and accoutrements, which wero found a hit outof gear, owing to thorehaving been no parades of lato. Tlio men wero given aseriesof taamml and firing exercises, lo tho aftornoob tho meu uttended ab the Rifle Rango, where field firing practice was Indulged' i&w In tho" evening - a slocturo was glvoa iMbe Gymnasium* tho nubject boinj;, 11 t]io position and move ment of the troops in South Africa." Tho dnya of Parade this week will bo Wednes day and Thuriday, ltith and 17th instant, the lattor date being substituted for the fnllowing Saturday.

CORRESPONDENCE. Filth Deposits. (To THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. Filth. Deposits (To THE EDITOR or THE COURIER.) DEAR SIB,-l am always a pleased visitor to youv pretty little town but aorao of the romdiiee WBB rubbed off me a day or two sinco. In strolling through tho southern suburbs I came across a number of largo heaps of filthy matter-ovidently the long accumulation of buck yards. They nro close to Tenterfield Creek and the drain age must go into the creek. I think I am right in assuming that Bomo of your residents, especially in dry weather, nro dependent upon tho Creok water for do mestic purpusesand possibly for drinking. If is not nice to contpmplate that persons uso tho water which carries the' drainage from those disgusting heaps. Surely the powers that bo on those mnttors can find some other deposit for this filth without allowing it to be carted to tho source of tlioii' Water Supply. -Yours etc. HYGIENE.

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

Unfortunate Squabbling. ' Wlion tlio Farmer's Unions wi.ro esfeb lislio^ ill Tenterfiold soma time ago, most, people woro under the impression that a largo amount of benefit to tho whole com munity would uccruo therefrom. And, undoubtedly, such would have boon tlio ciiso had not exhibitions of narrow minded, uolliah prejudices boon inti» ducud. The meetings all round of lato lmvo become notorious for petty ebulli. lions of jealous temper on tlie part of theso who should know much bettor than to allow personal matters to stop in and counteract the good that unquoation ally could be dono by all parties pulling the one way. Tho rule appears lo be that jjirectly.ono section does not eucoood in. carrying everything their own way," t^courso is had to threats against the op posing forces, and all kinds of dire penal ties ure spukim of. Thin is 110 way to conduct business of public concern, and the sooner these small obstructionists con fine themselves to privacy, _ tho b'ettrr chance we wi...

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

" THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, FricKy. Throo more deaths from plaguo are re ported at the quarantine hospital, namely, ArthurReid, Hurley Farina, and Ah Hin. The first named succumbed this morning and tho other two last night.' At 11 o'clock this morning only about lOOporsons had applied at tho Town Hall for tickets entitling tliom to be inoculated, thus showing that tho alarm created when tho disease iirat broke out hnd abated. Michael Moloney, aged 35 residing at Mooro Park, and omployed ai a carter, was this aftornoon reported to be suffering from plaguo. There are five, contacts. Koine of tho other pationtsare in a seri ous condition. Tho suspicious case in Melbourne has noi. yet been decided. BRISBANE Friday. The pationt, Drevesen,-' who waif tho first to bo' attacked with plague, is re ported from Cuirncross Hospital to bo in a critical condition. Ho has had a serious relapse. IJntients Bishop and Aspernell | are doing well, but Mrs. Kniylit is in a weak condition though a little impro...

LORD SALISBURY ON THE OUTLOOK. Dangers of Home Rule. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 15 May 1900

LORD SALISBURY ON THE OUTLOOK. Dangers of Homo Kule. Si'EAKiKG fit tlio Primrose Lea^uo, Lord Salisbury said tho turn of the tido in Im perialismPwas attribubibto to tho Majulia Hill disaster, and General Gordon's death. Gordon's dentil had been avenged, and tho groater humiliation of Majuba Hill was about to be erased undor Roberts and Kilchener, under, i whoso brilliant guid ance tho largest ariwy- that over went aorosB the samo expanse of sea was now reducing to obodienco tho Queen's terri tories, which ought neyor. to have been rolensu'l, and was ijow restoring to South Africa its only chance of pcuce. Tho dis loyality of the Transvaal in seerolly arm ing giivo it such a torrible advantage that supplied a most suggestive lesson, and they now know better than they did a decado ago tho risk of giving a disloyal Government in Ireland a similar oppor tunity. He describod (ho international situation as poaceful, with a careful and culm ueutiuiity. . Tho other Govern ments were unifor...

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

LOCAL NEWS. HOUSE BUYINCI.-Mr. ; Evans has boon in town for tho purpose of purolias ing lioracs. A numbor of animals changed hands as a result. MUNICIPAL APPEAL COUET.-This Court will bo held to-day. Therearo tivo ap pellants representing 13 properties. ~ Mr. C. W. Readett will appear for the Coun oil. ; ? ANNCA.L Lii^Es.-'The following annual leases Was, tkken upatthe Lands office on Saturday':''-John Donaglioy, 480 acres, county. Clise, parish ForeBtland. J. T. Toohey, -*940 acres, county dive, parish Foiestland, taken up yesterday. SDNNYBIDE UNIOK.-The monthly meet ings of members will be held this evening at Mr. . Pigott's residence. A. good attendance is requested, as a pro posal is on foot to join the Farmers' and Settlors'Association. FOOTBALL SOOIAL.- The Westerncrswill hold a social in the Gymnasium Hall to morrow night, for tho purpose of opening tho season, and aiding tho funds of tho Club. Good danco music will bo supplied by Mrs. Kelly, (piano) and Mr. A. Laird (Violin)...

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

To Let. rrio LET a SIX AGUE rADPOCK," near ] JL Queen's Purk Apply tn MESSRS. ROPER & WALKER. IOST on S*tni<luy, 6th inBta»t,.on Road 1 J to Sunnyside, LtidyV Black FUR | BOA. Reward'ou returning to MRS. TOMPSON, A.J.S. Bank, Wanted.. ANTED a TIDY GIRL." 'Apply to | Mbs. G.W. BENTLEY, " Miles btreet. Wanted. WANTED a, STOCKMAN. Must be I - a married-man, ami able to shoo l horses.' References required. Wages £60 | per annum an ft double rations. Appty to PETER JEFFREY, MiitgooU, TeiOoifield. For Salei I WHEREAT has FOR SALE by Priv- | . lite Contract, A Large DWELLING HOUSE and KITCHEN (MATERIAL | ONLY) tn Roaae-atreet, next to Mr. S. R. Day'. Work Shop. Particulars and prico apply 1. WHEREAT, ' Auctioneer, A Sale of Work IN aid of PRIZES will l>e held ut MISS JUSRGENS'S SCHOOL ROOM on "the AFTERNOON anil EVENING of the 241MNSTANT, (QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY,) To bo opened by the R*v. H. G. Smith at 3 p m.r aod re«opened at 7.30 p m. Hi entails will comprise Fancy, Loll...

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