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LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, :j . SYDNEY, MOHBAY.NlaHT.' f; . ;-Wheat, 2a 9df: ( .. Flour, L6 Sa to L6 10s : 0hickwheat, 28 3d to 2a 6d ; \Ohnff,'L210a to IJ3 10a Potatoes L2 to 1/2 16s . Haizu,' 2a 5d to 2a dd - . Oats, 2a 2d to 2s 4d , . .. o. . , ' Lucerne, L2'10s to I/) Butter, : creamery, IOd ; footory, 9d to ; dairy, 8d to 8Jd.

Unprecedented Enthusiasm in Sydney. CELEBRATIONS TO EQUAL THE JUBILEE. WEDNESDAY PROOLAIMED A PUBLIC HOLIDAY. BRILLIANT ILLUMINATION DISPLAYS. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Unprecedented Enthus iasm in Sydney. CELEBRATIONS TO EQUAL THE ' V JUBILEE. WEDNESDA'FFROOL/AIMED A R - 1 PUBLIC HOLIDAY. BRILLIANT ILLUMINATION DISPLAYS. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. Wednesday noxt has bBon proclaimed a .. public holiday throughout Now South Wales. ' - . ' -i ? _ . , : The Govomment intond making special prepniationsfor VVediiesdny'scalubrauonB. All tlii) Government offices, will be illu minated. '? . Sydney waa.absolutoly handed over on Saturday night to a great 'demonstration of young and old, rich and poor. V All sbXoa ; 'woro caught in the fevor which oncom passed outpourings of national gratitudo,, aud genuino. jubilation far ;boyond any thing ovor witnessed in the history of Australia. ,. . At tho various churchesin tlio City and Suburbs yesterday speoial services woro hold and referorice. made to Bidon Powell's gallant defence of-, Mafoking. . The National Autliein'. was sang;' and' denso crowds again paraded tho s'trtets on Sunday night, but no noise was made.' Re...

SYDNEY, MONUAY night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

SYDNEY, MONUAY night. -' Tin oro is quoted at 22s. A fishing bout capsized off Wollongong on Saturday, aud a boy named M'Aiidrotr ' wns drowned, wliilo tliroo men had a " narrowjescnpe. Tho schooner Neils Riho was totally lost - rtt'Levuka, All hands wero saved, and brought to Loviiku in tho ship's konts. < Tho estate of the lato Mrs. Jean, a widow residing at North Sydney, who died intestate, lm been sw< rn nt L70.000 A monster . meeting of citizens will ?" shortly be held to consider tho question of Municipal management. ' At the Police Court to-day. Constables. Patrick M'Govorn, and Cecil M'Donald wore committed.for trial in connection with the alleged perjury cases. - Bail-was al lowed. . : Bon and Leap Frog are favorites for tho Royal Stakes at 8 to 1; Mulodinn and Cremona being at.tlie same figuro for tho . . Birthday Cup. - v .>

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate TUESDAY, MAY 22. The Belief of Mafeking. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

THE: TENTERFiEl I.) 3«lcrrol0nid, Cffmkv .Fairfield & Wallangarra' Advocate, j ????.?: TUESDAY,-iMAY 22; - -"f The Belief of Hafeking. .^We"venture to say- that since the com mencement of tho wor, no raoro satisfac-' tory picco of news lias been received than that-issued from this office on Saturday -morningby extrairdinary, confirming tho ?.Toportod relief of JJafoking. This gallant little garrison, comprising little moro than one thousand men strong, has held its own against overwhelming odds during seven long weary months under tho command of one of the most gallant officers' who over held commission in Her Majesty's forces. Ill an isolated place, shut out from nil communication with tho outsido world, and hourly besieged by thousands ..of determined inon with tho most modern . weapons of war, ' tho achievement is one singular in the history of British warfare. ?-"Woirworthy of public rejoicing is Baden Powell and his gallant band of co-workers. His ominently satisfactory...

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

-Yesterday's Homebush Salesi SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. ' MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Badgery, report-, as follows' About 2050 cattle wero yarded, tho market being a shade lower, best, beef be-, ing worth 22s per lOOlba. Bullocks, L3 10a to L8 165T COWB, L3 10s to 16 17B. . About 25,000 alieop were penned, valuos.boing up la per headl Wethers, 8s Gd to 17s Od ; ewes, 8a 6d to 13s Cd. ? .0. B. Dutton'a 43 cows averaged L6 8s 2d, and 1 bullock LG IBs. H. A. Smith's 41 bullooka averaged IJ7'3s, .and 11 cows L6 7s. - : In Ioc.il lines Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin reports: Northern . Agents bullocks avoraged L5 17s lOd ; Stowfirt and Smith's bullocks, IX$ 17s 3d.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Post Office Time Table. . MA1L9 CLOSE FOR Wilsons* Dovmfall. and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday an4 Friday, ot9*30rp.ra. Sydney, Glen Innes Ariuidale, Maitland, and Newcastle, 6*15 p. ui» (Saturdays excepted. » . . ^ Tabulam, Casino, Ltsmore, nnd Richmond River-Daily, except Sunday, at 12 noon; leave at 12'SOp.m, » Timbarra, hud Steinbrook-Taesdwy nnd .. * Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leave .Wcdnes " ' day and Saturday at G a.m. ° ; -*.?. JDrako, Sandy Hill, and Itossitcrville -Daily at 12 noon. Leavo at 12'30p.m. Boioishaw-Monday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. . Bryan'a Ga^-Tuesday and Friday at 11*46 a.m. - Wallangarra and Queensland daily at 10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) ' MAILS AIIBIVE FBOM Sydney, Glen Innes, Armidale, Wesf^ Maitland, and Newca&tle-Daily (ex cept Sundays) at 1150 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall " .Thursday aiid Suuday, at 5'30p m. Drako,' and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m. Tabulam, Casino, and Hichmmd River Sam...

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

SMOKERS SHOULD USE J CALVERT'S ' DITO-PHEIOLIE,; A FRAGRANT | LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, ' Tho most offootlvo preparation ' for ridding tho month of tho aroma of tobacco, and leaving a pleasant tooto. 1 Sold in 1*. Ctf., 2i. 6d( and llb.7g.6d. bollln ' (Ens/Mrou.), at , F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER, i It Gold A SHver iftdalt and IHpUmax »1t ^ Solicitors. x.xacs%A-x»..: <J. F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, . «fee., ? ^Houso-stroot, - Tontorflold. . , A -COMMISSIONER for AFFIDAVITS ^ju..;for-N... S. Wales, Queensland, and other colonies ta. Local Representative of lite Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, tndtho National Mutual Life Asaociutioa of Aus tralasia, Limited. Trust Monoy to Lend oa Approved . . . Soourlty. JP. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor/ - Glen Innes. ILL: VISIT TENTERFIELt) and attend Court when required. w. I>egal: C. Wood Readett, .Solicitor, "Proctor, Conveyancer, HAS . commenced-* practice in .Tonioi field, r.ext door to Mr. J. Fielding'...

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

"WEALTH OP NATIONS TOBACCO." , i A OUT J7ROU THE . UNITED STATES TO AUSTRALIA. .Tho TA 0; Williams Company, of Richmond, -Virginia, U.SIA., stato that " - ' NO BETTEH TOBACCO CAW BE PHODUCED , ^f' -thaif'th»t:msyinfacturcd nmlor tho. ''WEALTH OF NATIONS " Brand. > ^. ?: . ?' . \ ' j.' : ?l5;-r . ? Worthy of a trial bij ~All Smokers 'of -Dark Tobacco. - "VyAlTBRBUKY WATCHES. '! ; i WOia'D BUNOWNED. UNIVERSALLY USED. . The "Working Han's Friend. ^HIGHEST FINISH. LOWEST PJ^ICE. T ; Do cot -l)%pUt off with worthless imitations. Tukc no other but tho *Gennino ?Watorbnry. / t - SILVER CASES A SPECIALITY. JOSHUA'S BOOMERANG BEANDY. f.~ > THE LATEST TESTIMONY OF APPRECIATION',. ? > ' : AGAIN TO THE EBONT. , " : '. By mail from London Messrs, Joshua. Bri}s. havo.been informed that tho Army Contracts Director has taken a supply of theiriBrandy > For the use of the Imperial Troops in South Africa. OBTAINABLE IN FLASKS, HALF-FLKSKS' AND BOTTLES. - Commission"" Charge now No other ch...

Railway, Time Tahle. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

'^Railway,Time Tahle. - ^.!' Th^ inHil train for Sydney leaves Tenter ? field lit ,7\L0 'p.m.; daily, SatrHfye ex cepted,arid for Brisbane a. li'30 o.m, daily, Sundays excepted. The GoodsTrain leaves Tent'erflel \ for Sydney 'every Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday. morningB at 6 a.m., and or :iyeB from Sydney every Monday, Wed .flesday. and Friday 'evenings at 4*46 p.m. ' ^-The fofos between Sydney' and Teafcer . field, arid Ttriteifield and Brisbane are as follow? ... } TsiiTBIlFIELD TO SyUNBY. «.. . 1st ( Jaer, Single . Je4 1 0 . 2nd Clan,Single' /.*. -2 10 0 - : Befcurr Ticlrets, available for : Two Mouths, c JB5 12 6* , ... . 2nd Clara ; " . 3 lO-.-O - ' WAi}AN0ABliA :0 'Buj8DiNE. .ivV'1 . - lst Clas^i. Singlo - ... J8i <19 7 r'2nd Clui£, Single 16 5 - ' . 1st Clasu,*Return ;.. v..-. . 2 .19 = &?:/, . .. . 2nd Class, 'Return. . : ... 1 18r-2

A Medical Man Charged. ALLEGED, ILLEGAL OPERATION. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

A Medical Man Charged. ALLEGED , ILLEGAL OPERATION. :;;I SYDNEY"; MONDAY NIAIRR. A WELL known medical man ' haa been charged wltli performing ah illegal oporai .fcioh npon d single woman, and remanded till Monda^ noxfc.

Disastrous Floods. A PERILOUS POSITION. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Disastrous Floods. C...A-.PERILOUS POSITION: ^ ;;i; ^ SYDNEY,.MONDAY NIQIIT. ' -* "FURTHER disastrous floods havo occurred at Gippsland. Crops; have boon wished away, and bridges destroyed.; Live stock have been drowned, and peoplo living on flats huvo been reacued. with! difficulty. Two men 'wore located in a trod- for four teon hours. . V

The Latest. Cessation of Hostilities. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

?arSa.© Xia.'t.est.; Cessation of Hostilities; LONDON, Miiy 20. Tlio Now York HEIUI.d correspondent nt-, Delagon Bay hnnouncBS that the Tmtrevfiiil Govormnont, linvo asked 'Lord' Roberta to agree to o cessation of hostili ties. . 1 . . . " - Xjator. Tho Mafeking Relief Column of 1600 Rtrong, which iricludod Budon-Powell's brotlior, entered the town on Wc-lnoad;iy unopposed. It ia understood that Goneral. Botha's brother was captured l>y Miijor-Gonoral Hutton, and not the Commander-in-ChieE Botha. _ When, the relief of Mafeking was an nounced at the Paris Exhibition, the peo ple assombled aang tho National Anthem. The Trench then applauded the Boers. The police then silenced both parties. , Baden-Powell's achievement is ? tlie chief themo of the American press. - The Capetown Americans are .signing nl petition .urging both parties in America'to oxcludo the'Boer qtiention from- politics: . £10,000 was subscribed in a few days in London for the Mafeking Belief.Fund. Thanksgiving -se...

TRANSVAAL WAR RELIEF OF MAFEKING. Boers abandon the Siege. LOUDCN, May17. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

RELIEF OF MAFEKING. Boers abandon the Siege. LOUDCN, Mnyl7. Lord Salisbury reacL a calilo in tho House ot Lords announcing tho roliuf of Miifeking.but slated that tho nows was unofficial. Later. , The Portuguese officials afc DelagoaBay report that tho relief column has cut off tho storming force at Miifekiug, and ra lievsd tho Garrison, but nithing ^officially has beon rocoived. "? Tho Boors' attack on Sunday was crush ingly repulsed.: - The Boors roporfc that the relief column fought n bnttlo at Kraaipan., Tho London EXI-BESS states that Gener als Hunter and Barton's forces .hive reaced Mazadriiai. The Boora 'retreated from Genoral Hunter and proceeded to Clirikiuna in the Transvaal. Tho Scots Fusilcers were allowed tho honor of hoisting the Union Jack in Christiana.., Further particulars of tho occupation of TCronstad states that while Lord Roberts was rapidly nearing tho town, tho Volks raad decided to.ask President Stoyn to sui render himself, with tho'.vieiv of scour ing peace...

TELEGRAMS. Third Contingent accepted. BY THE IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

TE LE® S. j ; Third Contingent ac cepted. BY THE IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT. SYDNEY, MOJUUY NIOHT. . A CABLE hna bpcn. rocoiTod . from the, . authorities ..accepting tho'Borviccs of a thirdOoitlrigonfc for South' Africa.

THE PLAGUE. SYDNEY Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

? THE PLAQUE. I SYDNEY Fridny.. Ono caso of plaguo was reported this morning, the patient'? being a woriian ,named MaryRead, ago} 35, whoso caso was reported from Sydney Hospital. She has no occupation, but has been re siding in Seal's Lune off Qoulburn-atrcet. Ah How, the Chinaman who was re ported ,to be Buffering from plague at a house in Castlereagh-street on Thursday niglit, died early' tliifiuiornihg-l'-'His' countrymen', left . tho house, on the case boing discovered, and the patient'died.in solitude. \ '??? ;'r% . r Two moro cases were reportedyestorday, Edward M'Swadgan living.. at^Redfern, and.Bornard Sullivan, living in; tho nity.. Tho last'nAmed is aead. V - Two freBh cases were roported to-day viz., Charles Wilson, Beaconsfield estate and Clara Kilpatrick, Waterloo. 9 con tacts; .. . '? The patient Ah Ching diod in , quaran-. tiue Hospital this morning. ; . EooKHAiiproNj Friday A youth named ICimo, who (contracted plague, died to-day. A further case of plaguo occurred t...

Ourselves. Suspension of Friday's Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

- Ourselves. Suspension of Friday's Issue. In consequence of . Wbdnoaduy: and Thursday-ne^t being procltiiniod * public holidifys, wo hiivo decided tO'Duapond our Friday's issuo. This course has boon adopted in order to permit of the release of'our stuff to join in commemorating tho relief of Mufeking on the first named day, nrid to purticipiito in the attractions set down for Queen's Birthday^ In view of the general rejoicings wo foel-tlnt we noed' hardly nsli tho indulgence of our roadbrs and udvertiaurfl for suspension of labor 011 thuBO , notable days.- Tim usual budgut of war news will bo issued ID tho ordinary wnunor N

'LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

'LOCAL NEWS. I RESUMED DUTY.-Mr. A; L. M-Dougall O.P.S. resumed duty yesterday, Mr. Jamipson having left for Sydnoy tho previous night. DEFATITUIIE OF Mn. WoonWAitn.-Mr. F.. W. Woodward, solicitor, who, with Mr. Weigall, has bden conducting Mr. J. T. Thomas' business: Binco his departuro, Icayos for Sydnoy noxt Thursday night. MRS. RorEii'a HEALTH.-Wo are sorry tblonin that on Sunday night Mrs. J. N. Roper passed ft very bad night, and JCR torday could not rccogniso any of her' family. ;. Her condition is very critical, nbd the.worat is.now feared." . Z, -For Chronic Cheat complaints Woods' Great Pcpporinint Cure. Is Oil. / 'MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-Only Aldermen' W. Rold (Mayor), Toohoy, Juorgens, and CriBp, attended at the Chambers last night, the meeting thus lapsed for want of.v.qubrum; The business on hand , was of au unimportant nature. 'v SCHOOL HOLIDAY.-Tho notice proclaim ing" Wednesday noxt a public holiday throughout-the Colony, will apply to all public schools and theso''will ...

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

Look well ^ur'°LIVER I ? should perform its functions properly TV» feci well m . ii at all the. organs . 8" ©61 WGll of^ the body:. ? should work in harmony . ? . . Be well ' .world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Scimapps. . BY DRINKING > .. ? ^ r:-you L ^ LOOK WELL ^ FEEL WELL . , AND BEYVLLL. Itis unstlr|>nssc(I as a specific for Liver Ailments-is. a. stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and in,vigoiatcs thc bowcls ^nd kidneys. ''\Nig^r Gal ... ... y,£CentcnnJul V.. ; .Ma-/«ppa?: ... ,, 00 mi Itfew Conqueror .. ... " 3a 9d : fVai»koc lioudlc " 4s 3d Tip TojfTin-Tag ... f . ,, & 3d . : *?;. 'I'llOMAS'pklJKK»V& SON Br. Os-rr2ist@rs. >> Surgeon Dentist, WISllKS to aunoimcn Jto hi* Pattlcat I that h« lias REMOVED to Logan* [ s-ieyt, oppoeito Dr. ITreyci's residence. Y/ssbiHgton H.Soul & Co. , Great Drug Emporiums, .'£>: ;-l60 TITX-STIujET, SYDNEY. , 1-le Lrnrgwt, Most \arl«i Block 0! Patent Med I clow;, Chimlste' and Druggist*'...

Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 22 May 1900

Queen's Birthday. Tuie your, in local circles, fujl provision baa been mado for a day's amusement of n varied and attractive nature. The first item on tho programme to command at tontion will bo tho PLOUGHING MATCHES which take placo in Mr. Johnstono's paddock, near fho racecourse. Though the entries, so far,arenotnumorous, those toJinndl'irc from Rome of the champion ploughmen of tho district, and even should no others bo received, those men will give a first-class exhibition of'ploughing. The groffnd is in capital order, and the pro gramme a lengthy one, the sum of L30 having been subscribed for the various ovonts. ^Ono would naturally think that this amount of monoy would inducn numerous entries from tho farmers throughout this district, and we have yet hopes that by to night, to which date tho hour of entry has been extended, the Secretary will bo in receipt of a much larger number than those now to hand. To inako tho locality as attractivo as pos sible football matches havo beo...

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

TO ADVERTISERS. TN consequcnco of TC) MOR- ? .HOW (Wednesday) find THURSDAY (Queeii'n Birthday) being PUBLIC HOLtDAYS, the r noxt issue of tho CooitiKit will m>t appear until TUESDAY, . 20th irmtnnt, Fridrty'H issue being, ,-V suspended. G. W. BENTLEY, ?? - Proprietor. c IMPOUNDED from Tenterfield Station on 17th May, 1000, by order of WALKER Tiujstkes, : , .; Roan and white Spotted COW, Bald face, bjandid like V2V off ramp, notch-out-P* baok' oFoff ear, aged. ], ' White Roau COW, red neck ; Indistinct brand-fn front of AC or AD over blotclr off ru'tipi* near oar off, out of front of off oar, dew lap, scum over uear eye ; aged. . If not released will be poM at tho Found at noon Juno 14th, WOO'. A. MAN8FIKLD, . .' .'Pound Keeper.. Wanted; XTTANTED a Good PLOUGHMAN, lo' . . VV nao a Clyde. New Plough;. double«fucto A4| on THU1 SUAY »'.?.... - JOSEPH BARNARD. V Wanted. WANTED a STOCKMAN. Must be . a married man, and able to Bhoe horses. 'References required.Wages £60 per annum and d...

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