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A General Rainfall. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

Rwiipilut ? ... gyjijNEY, TnunsbiY Nicirrr Tiurk was i'iib.ivyJfiiU o£?tivin {JirpUghout tlie niglit, iind ntill continues^ Soon^fforal .! all ovor the coloiiy excopt iii tho oxtremo

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

.THE PLAGUE SYDMEY, TUESDAY. In all five cftBos.ofipliigud wpr& tj&afcli^l yeBterdayl Tlioy jir> ns folli^v^(|ffetjfifsf. two were reported- m.yesiorduyi.«w)itTti» i edition'):- ' ~ ;. Alico RussqlJ (23), . wolt known;resident"of \Voo(laM>i;vEloven con tacts. ' : ! Blanche Mort (15), Jiving at. Huisti villo-; enso rapgrt^ijlj^fi^jg^^Dottnge Hospital. Eight contacts. ??}< ^ V. [ Alexander andrin ; pmployod ih'.th'o'.oifcy'^fe!-'^' i - James Dallas hurst! ft^^»pKym.^'t|)ioJ.Vity.(T,i^ivo jjootaeta. | Martha Booth (14), living at Surryj hills. Five contacts. ! ( For the week ending ori :Snt(irdny' lasjc 23 cases were'reported.uhd'llX'dpafhk tie curred, The total 'numbel1 "of. Tiiriebj reported was 201, the total deaths 'tieibg 72. Only seven''easels i'hitdi'ocourred amongst" contacts;"- imr j The President of the. Board of .Health snj'B there are indicaiionW|to''L'iI'o''Iiiiji ground to hepe'thab w'i aifb"neal'in«'tliB ond of tho plague. ___ *?.??"'?.0 ...

The Latest. Sergeant M'Alister Wounded [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

Sergeant ,M'AlistBr^b^ij^^ .Sergeant M'AIik^r'jpf.Tor^tor'^li^J'cJnrr porn) E. Oa1>ornoV^4?l<^ft?^9h«n.s -W Buchnnnn, and ,C.;,:i),;|ofc'jSev South Wales, lmvo hcen n^ouutl^d.oV'T Sorgoant M^Viiater ,WMu^i9undft^[,.jpj:tli^ recent fighting at Weglogen, to tho north ofBloomfontuin. jj£X ! The following 13.,,jtho(^IKcj;vl, ,Jist pt casualties luiimigatjhl) Now South Wiiloi forces near Krqonqtjid.lifii^Trijqitqr') Hj Havuatt, and Sergeant Doylq,.cjnj.t>uredf Trooper A. E. Darcy,.Corporal W. Chant! and Privates''0/:J'A'/Porittiht&nd<'--T.,''Ji j Williams wounded.I

TELEGRAMS. The Western Districts. IN A DEPLORABLE STATE SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

ITitsi-ueA-pa v. -N V^LII ?01 FL>IT.A. '.{? - ; ; t\ IN A P^PLOLLABIJE STATE,;) :;JSYPNPY,:PIU«APAY,IIJJFAIN'. jTuii Pnrliunicnt.ftry .^arty.who havp'fioon .to$ousl$e ypstqrdiiy,;.nnd; givq^n dnjjlor ijbie" ncoount o£:;.tho: condition! oft|tho country,,, Scmo Shitmu shoop,ilarpi lj|ing ^t»d''pi),lr«o'i:CUtL'^oivn, ^<indiVj;uin 'qtfirea 4'WtifJBM m^xdif!i^y-.n

The Latest. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

TrrrTTr^Tmi wimv/ Three frosh casoB of plaguo occurrc 1 yesterday nairibly.t^ViUiaiS Borittty, age I 20,- Bulmain, and Frederick^ LowU Clements, aged.40.'.', "**' A 033a wns?;repbrtiicl j Sromf IfiU ftjyAst Hospital at LiTy*. iTlio paiienc fa t boy of 11 years,'Warned AJtixfindor Collie,' who was admitted /tb'ltlio institution ' op Saturday l ist. The boy residoB at Botany!. A mun nained' . Malfuti llm/vdiod at Pertli from^Iaguo. ,,j Anotlior plague caso In reported froi i Geelong, Victoria, tho naHunt .being. l,h > mother' of,, Jlrsl.ciiillp^, .;>vl)p,-,<Jie'd^oii Monday. i»'| vnUm tisV-H Another suapcctod ! ctatviuia-, reppxteu from Coiinda, iv Buburb of Brisbane.)jhT Tho latest plaguo pajiont is iloriry M'Donogb, residing atlStl;iiP«t'et8,.";) A There were no'SKHboty-thMt'tts y<j»torr' dliy. . ... r Sm.i Soveral pationts nt. tlio. quiirantini i station are in a ctjftj'cd'.'iuttwtpn.^* ,t 224 people weio iiioSuVutiM'yL^'onlhy Three moro areas liavo boon...

SUNNYSIDE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

SUNNYSIDE UNION. Tifr. uioHhly* mb'efTng "oT~lIio Unio5rAv<|a hoTdnfc Mr.;I^6tt's>)ftTu^fla'y nigjil, wheti clclpi£o 6ho bsd-'stiito o£ tifo-nigli'tjj a ro-: cbiuatf en'dsinco ~ivas tTie result. Th'o minutes of the previous mooting were read filitl, adoiJt<:c[;. Tim Clpjjrnjnn,-- wid-r j.lw '.pricPJpUi: (Alilncus qf this JliiwCinsi Bo consider the ndvisablcness of joining t'tio Farmer's,wd.,Settlor's .Asajciatiou cjf N.S.WiHesiiiHjiflahiirtibStflifiluiSO present were members of tho Tentorfield branch, somo^explanation was duo for leaving,; ho for one desired' tlm'fc tlio branch should run jsiiioothlywiiakBunlteaiy^-bufcJit^Tttfe-iit) possible to sit still and see one or two men trynud run'ovorythVn^ 'tlieinstclires, and nritigiv^ ioUiere^a iBh'pw/1 TWy,; Jjau started tho branch (in 2s-tJcT,!tlii/n1 fiivdin" they ;h^d>use<jUho moijuj^in^a \mosfcJ wp: 'trnvhgniit manner,"they'jWlitcly a'skbfl' that thoVsUbfcoriptioiis UMtfciEcd another 2s Cd. Be ...

A DRAKE MINING ACCIDENT. Severe Injuries Sustained. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

1£HOTCT' iiboi-D32NT.' Severe Injuries ^Sustained. idefilf happened to $ [?flnfr xitjf itemuiuTimajtjaii 'utiou' oE Mtscchuinpc, wlirni.A'mrS-Xplosion occurred, tho debris being'hurled in tlio direction of tlio shnfr, though oxpeotod to take a different course. Ho^sushiiiiled a,very seyeiro wound on ;;tho linde,5^'iniufy ?? to Ule'.lhigh niid f.oiiher parts-tit-'tho iiody from "ilio Sying dob'ris, ..in ..nil ..directions..^. jTgfcffjth:. ~6tliriding-ljiH"BoveVb injuries, h~o managed .to .fisctincl the-,sbaft by means p£ the ladder, "rbiilcliing tlio top inrsafoty^ -He-'tlieii ran rjards-toiv-wdBdWoAliot shnft-wIvorij~tri3~inate, Jack Parkt)r,~was" working. Parker just landed on tlio top at tho time, and O'Connor collap sing- lay dowp ou tlio ground. Assist i'ance was Hptiodily: summoned, andi tlip injured man conveyed to Drakn, whorq, after treat ment, Djr Watson rccommondetl liis removal to tlrfl Tenturfield Hospital. Acting on this advioo a waggonetto was procured and-.-O'Connor &...

DEATH OF A WAR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

ATH.: 01? X .WAR' CORRESPOND !»-???. « ? ENT. ?' . ' "A''priyyb ,message ,Received by tho 'I' KveriingSews '"propn'cHary to-day cori-. ';yy|ye«4' tlip stjd 'niteliigcnco thafc Mr. H. H. .^pfloqer, sp,eejiil.°l\r|tr correspondent at the ..fronts the,'vEvoni'ng No'ws," had. died :of enterio; fover. Mr... Spooner wis'an ,ibl<3'journalist. His work .at the front allowed good judgment, and lmd ho lived to enjoy its fruits would1 have materially itdded to his reputation.! Mr. Spoonor was very popularwilh Sydney pressmen, And sincere sympathy will' be felt for his 'ivMowand Family, . Ul .,:*! .., .: - ... .LONDON, TUESUAY. Latest news concerning the operations in [NAtyllip tu Uie efl"ect:_lli[kt Lord Dun dohal'd" and Major-Oenemu' 'Bethune are libtt'iutflarikihg". tlie'encnijv while Geno ml''Biill4r' ''hfi's Secui'cd iho Hclpinnakor 'plafl'iiu. ?' The' position if the Boers 'at been, lsHl'aed» and i(Iie.^ljg^arW.inn^rngin'haste.,', ThoBri , Jtislj, y fijjp^ (\r,e jn vp.(ir^u)t, ...

ITCHINESS OF THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

ITCHINESS OF THE SKIN. Ever have iiny irritation of tlio akin 1 Thero aro many forms of it, any of them bad enough to tax your patience. Hemor rhoid n plague of tho night; no rent for the sufferer from this complaint, Ezcoma, too; hive's don't Bound dangerous but they canse much misery-to those unfor tunato enough to bo troubled with' them. Doau's ointment is a wonder for any BUCIi trouble. No troublesome irritation of tho skin can resist- its healing, soothing in fluence. Lots of people know' this now. Mrs. Owen Dunn, Taylor St., Glen Innes, aays "I used Doan'B Ointment for pimples which broke out upon my ibuby. Theso pimples were very irritable and the baby used to scratch them at night tho irritation would keephiinawako. When ^squeezed them a Bort of corrup tion used'come out. Thoy seemed to bu very obstinate, but I gotabox of Doau's Ointment/and that night I squeezed each pimple and then applied the ointment ar.d the next morning I noticed a vast improve ment. It soothed the bab...

TRANSVAAL WAR LONDON MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

LONDON May 14. ^KmorMMd ifr.dpsclfflhe'3 ris having boon a :'toiUbli|.iilntIoijibn(ii >1 on Friday, - when |l o w s-(it tineiBrilish advance readied J disheartened Tninfi 6Fitoncil[tb hau> tliu to\Vn, and SiiMy o£j)lo cbirt'njijfltloo>>;A\-'oie roduccd to naif.theirformer strength by tho do sertion tliiit took placo. ? ' ' A photographer in tho town took a simp shot df President .'.Stoyn^ who nind with rage, Sviis whipping thqsoof'tbo Boors who 'intended to'trek. homo, and kicking and cuffing tho burghors for refusing to ac knowledge hislendorlrt^^ Tho railway goods-nhpd in the town in which was stored a cougidorablo quantity of foddor, wna burned down by drunken ihamboraroftlio Irish brigado of tho Boer Army. ....... . . . President :Stoyn"aftor leaving Kroons t.idrwout',to Hioldrpn-, which is about 45 .iutlc^ iiol'tlf-uaat ofiKrooristadand tho ter minus of a^ branch railway. . Two smashed in Thurs days action, and thrco more afterwards. The entry of told Roberts into I...

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 18 May 1900

^fFOO^ALL AsioOIAtlpN, 5jf*#feiB*nkeHdedmeeting^bf'ltiO'Fodtball Association was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday evening. Mr. D. A. Pike occupied the clmir. Correspondence was rood from (1) 1'ljo, Nflrtliorai Bordei) Up ion stilting ;f.pi(tjt,hoy ttcJuld'nrft accept'.^ * tenm!froAi''J'a;nt'eflield. . tiiip'seiltlinlis EVrtteifi'eld1 sViis nit nftillafed. .fgXs FrP/n Prilke- ?ioflo?r]-j%|l^ll ,Omb, Intiiualmg that they. wc\li<I jom, tlje (I'oiltin'lielJllAasociatimii rt (3) l-iriohii'llie Agricultural Society re playing a match on tlio 24th May in tlio vicinity of the plough jn" ijiiitclie^i , J-* Tlio' Secretary ;yn^ynsJ;ruotcd to write] to the Union and .inform them that Ten terliolijl could Qnly jiut joupr=tcs(m .iiif ithe fielif,' as thisjr''usually''did lieforo) and tlminhe-Cotmiiittcci-'could-not'audcrfitttiKl .wliy; th^y were,.rejecte4 this season. .Also., IpHnforuJ £h(£ Agricultural2.Societyjtjiat ;fel^oi-f ii}Jittsir ^Iiqftl,' b'icjS liplace® boforii thp .iC...

Celebration of a Golden Wedding.. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Celebration of a Golden Wed;. ding.. AT JROSO Viiio. on. Friday lust, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lunch entertained upwards of seventy guests in u sumptuous' manner to.celebrato their Golden Wedding. Old friends from far and near wero there to riiarK the importance of the event, aud to show their kindly fooling and respect for the worthy host and hostess. It was one of thoso pleasant gatherings that seldom occur here, and Mr. ; and Mrs. Leech spared neither pains nor oxpense to give each and all a hearty welcome, Aflor the abundance of good things had boon dis posed of,Mr. O.A. LeeM.P. in a few appro priate words proposed the health^of Mr. And Mrs. Leech. Ho referrod to the long residence of the. olderly couplo-in the same spot, and the- general esteem they wore held in, aud on oehalf .of the guests wished them a long life of unbroken happiness.: Mr.. Leech feelingly re sponded, and in his usual sterling manner thanked his ^friends for coming around him and his wife on that auspicious day. Mr. ...

The Weather, [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

TheT Weather, SINCE the'raiu lust week tho weather has been very cold arid boisterous, .particu larly on Friday iind Saturday lust.' ^Ou tho first day mentioned a rourli, butting Wind. ? blow, accompanied with sleoty rain, rendering; things very uncomfortable out of doors.' There was, however, an improvement yesterday, tho conditions being milder. Tho following is tho maxi mum and minim urn readings respectively of tho thorini/motcr for tho past weok : 14th 61*5, and 25-5; 15th (>3-I"and 37 8 ; 16th 66, and 49; 17th 82'G, and 51'5 ; 18th 59, and 30 ; 19th 55, and 44'5; 20tli 52, and 39. The following is the rainfal for thoyoav to dateJanuary 580 point?, Fobruary.394 points, March 109 points, April 138'points, and May 1G7 points. On Saturday morning an additional 20 poiuts were registered, making in-all 1408 points. , ' : '

Case of R. D. Meagher. HIS REINSTATEMENT AS A S0LICIT0R REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Case of R. D. Meagher. HIS REINSTATEMENT AS A S0LIU1T0R REFUSED. THIS case of Richard Denis Meagher, the attorney who defended George Dean, and who was struck off tho roll in. 1890, ap plied on Thursday ana Friday to tho Full Court to be reinstated. Counsel for tlio Incorporated Law Institute appeared, and staled that tlio body had passed a re solution submitting to any order tlio Court might make, but not consenting to tho application. Three memovialH in sup port of the application were presented to the Court, one signed by 113 members of the Legislative Assembly, a second by 113 solicitors, and a third by-71) citizens, including tho Mayor of Sydney. Mr. : O'Connor, Q C., who appeared in support of the applicaut, said that tho Court had ; never regardcd.tho striking off of an afc» torney as a perpetual punishment, but would on his repentance and amendment i readmit him to the roll of those the Court accreditod^id .those the public might safely frruBt. The Oburt eventpally refused t...

Wilsons Downfall News. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 17th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Wilsons Downfall News. (FbOJI OUR OWK CoEBESVONDENI.j I POLICE COORT. ' THURSDAY, 17th: MAY. :1/ j BEFORE Mr. M. H. Fitzhardingo, P.M. Mollia v Muir, claim for wages Ida 8d. Struck '.out; no appearance of either party.. . Quinlan v Stalling, olmmfor tnent:sup plied, L13 13s Id ; verdict for L10 Oa 4d, with Cs coats.. ????:! . .? . ; Morris v McAnulty, claim L3 Ta 3d, Roods sold and'delivered ; vordict for. L3 8a 3d. WARMSS'h COURT. . Before Mr. Warden Fitzlmrdingo. - ? Donald M'Alister applied for suspension of labor on mineral claim for three mouths. Granted for ono month. ?. - Qdben's-Birtuiuy. A i{rand display of fireworks will bo held here , on Quoen's liirthnight. . A choice selection of rockets, blue lights etc, have been ordered. . / . Lavish ovt A Viixacif.. ? Mr. Surveyor Burgess; and party are hero laying out a Village, and conducting other matters connected with the Lands Departments this district. . CHURCH MATTERS. The Rev. H. G. Siiiith- conducted Diviuo dervicolierc la...

Drake Mining. 19th May, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Drake Mining. '.. ^(FBOHOUR OWN OWH CORRESPONDENT.) 19th May, 1900. iAlJth'o Piqnoor*mine. Mount Carrington, ;tho. work 'pi) development ib proceeding satisfactorily, and a largo quantity of good; 'concentrating pro is being brought to tho »arfa<ie. . At the 210,feet level in tho drive; coming so itli frotrf tho main shaft, a cross, coiirso of dirt has come in causing a displacement of tho lode, and operations havo boijn suspended in that part of tho mine, Captain Crabbe" deeming it ad visable to drive along'tho loda from tho southern sliaft at . the samo level in tho direction of tlio "fault," wjth a view to ascertain'the direoiion in which the lode ..bus been thrown out of its courso. As far as tho sinking "of the. south shaft has been carrjcd, the lodo maintains a unifoim "width and the oro hns not diminished in value, ' ? At. the Border Chief Mine, which is the . latest development on the field, Messrs. .Ford, Pictonj and party have an excol lent show-of copper, and a...

Commercial. Mr W. J. Gibson's Weekly Report PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Commercial. , Mr W. J. Gibson's Weekly Report x l'EOEUCK SALKS. Maize, wholes'ile, i.'s Odt to 2s'9d ! Oats, retail 2s 9u j Chuff, wholesalo 3s to 3s Gd por cwt Pumpkins, 2a 1q 3s per doz. ° Potatoes, 3s to 3s 6a per owt . , Fowls 2iQdper pair ; Pigeons 2a per pair Cattle-Have sold a few >mall lotB of fat cattle. I have several buyers inspecting, during the week. Sheep-I have inquiries for good lines, ~ ; bnt vcndorV reserves are generally above buyers limits. ' ' .Properties-There is active demand for * Mnnll grazing estates. I havej*. buyer in specting aevertrl properties in 'lhia district, ? !' and.hope to close aales-of. some-;,during the ^ j r-'.

DEPARTURE OF MISS SYNGE FOR NEW GUINEA. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

:, DEPARTURE OF MISS SYNG3 FOR NEW. GUINEA. [COMMUNICATED.] WHILST we give praise totlio miiny youths ful -wnrriors who hiivo loft tliisdistrictjfoi South Africa to uphold tho honor of tho British flag, and by deeds of bravery 011 u far off buttle field make history for this Sunny land, wo muat not forget that others who go to distant lands on a mis sion of peace, with a desire to propagate the Cliristain faith are equally as deserving of praise, and of being kept in remembor once, as soldiers of tho cross. Tho follow-, ing particulars may be interesting to many resiao'Dts of the district of Tentorfield, who were acquainted with : Miss Tt M. Syngo, who on Saturday, the 12th, inst. look her departure by the Steamer Moresby, to engage in Mission work in British New Guinea, On the Thursday previous the Now Guinea Association had a meeting, and presented her with a fare woll address. On Friday there was a special Sorvico at St. Andrew's Cathedral, .which was conducted by tho Archbishop,...

Mr. i. Whereat's Wholesale Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Wheieat's "Wholesale Price i List. Corn, from 2a Gd to 2a 9d .Oats, from.28 to 2s 3d : Potatoes, 2s 9d per cu t Ci)uQt'3s:to 3s Stt'per cwfe > . Pumpkins, 2s per cwt Turnips, 2s per cwfc . ... ' . i Wheat, 2s 6dto 2s8d per bushel Bran, 4s-per lOOlbe / % Pollard, 48 per. lOOIbs . * ? >. Lime, 4s per bag- . - -

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Brief Mention. POLO mooting to-morrow night, ' Tnuusiuy is also a publio holiday. . X)ONT miss the ploughing matches on . Thursday. - .? MASONIC celebration noxt Saturday, afternoon. v - ' ENTRIES for Ploughing uiatchesextended till to-nighr. .*? MAFEKING reliovod amid gonoral, re joicings; . . - . PUBLIC holiday throughout the colony tj-niorrow. . MILITARY fcu-do-joio on Thursday fore noon. . ' ~ - Ou'i Fiidny'a issuoBuspoudedi Friday's Bupplomout issued to-day. . : ' LITTLE BEIISIE won tho Queunaltrad Derby uuliridiculuus ease by 100 yaida.. AT tho 1 uttejcsall's Club races on Satur day, Bob won'tho Flying Handicap, and ftlelodinn tliu WmterStakoB. . AiriuorivE program-lie of evmtB locally for the Queen's . Birthday. . MB. D. O'CONHORIS doing well so fir, Dr. Frcyjr lias romoved several inoro pieces of quartz from tho injured limb. :? Miss Syngo, Drake, lias lufL for . Mis sion work in.New Guinea... 13ur nlisenoo will bo folt in social and other '? circles ib Drake, K ^

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