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

Military Notes. MAJOR MENZIEB, tho Acting Commander of the, Mounted Rifles, is endoavouring to arrange a camp at Glen .Innos from Juno 10th to 15tii, when tho Tuntcrfiold and Iuvoroll Half Squadrons will moot. Tho camp ,.will bo hold on tho Show Grounds, tho mon occupying tho buildings, and tho horses will bo comfortably housed in stalls and yards ovcry night, tho yards being covorcd with calico for tho occasion,, and straw beddiug supplied. The Glen Innos pooplo aro anxious for tho camp, and promise to troat tho men right well. Major Menzies inspects tho local Half Squadron.on tho 23rd June. It will bo necessary for tho men to attend camp, to bocomo efficient. A dofinilp announcement about' tho camp will appear in next issue. A feu de joio will bo fired on Queen's Birthday, tho men falling iiMt tho Gym nasium at 11 a.m. in review order, mounted. Lieutenant "Evorott left last .night to attend tho Monanglo Ciunp, and go with, tho Picton and Camden Half Squadrons to. tho review in Syd...

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

IN MEMORIAM.     MULLINS. — In memory of SARAH CATHE- RINE MULLINS, who died 21st May,   1899. We had a little treasurer once,     Who was our joy and pride — We loved her, ah ! perhaps too well. For soon she slept and died.       All is dark within our dwelling,   Lonely are our hearts to-day,       For the one we loved so dearly Has for ever passed away.       Inserted by her loving parents James and Catherine Mullins.      

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

Post Office Time Table, MAILS CLOSE FOR WiIBODB1 Downfall. and Boonoo Boonoo, Tuesday and Friday, ot 9*30 p.m. Sydney, Glen lanes Aruridale, Maitland, . and'New-mstle, 6*15 p. in. (Saturdays excepted. , Tabplam, Casino, Lismore, and Richmond River-Daily,- except Sunday, at 12 noonleave nt 12'30p;m, fimbarra, and Sfceinbrook-Taosdny and; Fridjiy, at 9*30 pvm. Leave Wednes-* .dayandSaturdayatGa.nl. Dtako, Sandy Hill, and Rossiterville Daily at 12 noon. Leave At 12'30p.m. Bonshaw-Monday and Friday, at 9*30 p.m. Leave Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a.m. Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45 a.m. Wallangarra and Queonsland daily at 10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) MAILS AREIVE FfiOM I Sydney, Glen Innes, Arraidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-'Dully (ex cept Sundays) nt 11 50 a.m. Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilsou'e Downfall Thursday and Suuday, nt 5*30 p m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily .(except Saturdays) at 5*45 p.m. Tabulam, .Casino, aud Richmond River Same as Drake. Titnbarra, and Steinbrook-Monda...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FRAGRANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, TBo most offoctlvo preparation for ridding tha month or tbo aroma of totraoco, and leaving a pleasant tasto. [SOU <n 1«. ltd., It. M., and 1(6. 7«. 6d. botttu (EnfflUh rata), at ChtmttU and flora. F. C. CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. 7t Gold A Silver Medals and Diplomas. 0 Solicitors* ZiBG^Xi. J, F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator, &e., Rouso-stroBt, - TontorfloM. DURING my temporary absence. In South Africa my affairs will be car-, ried on ami my business tnunnged.by Mr; H. \V. Weigall, Solicitor, Commissioner fol AfBdavitb &c. Trust Money to Lend on Approved Security. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. CTTILL VISIT TENTERFIEU) and VV "attend Court when required. Xiesal. G. Wood Readett, Solicitor, Proctor,. Conveyancer, Sc., HAS commenced Practice in Tenici field, I'.extdaor to Mr. J. Fislding's Store. , . ? Money to Lend on approved ' Security. Trespass Notice. IN conseq...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

Look well your LIVER should perform its functions properly . . . . . S° Feel well frf the body shooldworfc in harmony . . . . 2 m) , rk s_ i ? To be .well you Be Welt must take the world's Medicinal Tonic Beverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wife's Schnapps YOU WILL LOOK WELL I * FEEL WELL & AND 3E 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. \ Asic for-WOI.FE'S tho Bcal -| Original SchnappB. B I* V" > /:xr s. AV ^ v V-A. v .A. v\A TOBACCO. Nifftffir Gal ... per lb 3s 0.) Centennial ... » 2s 9ij Mazeppa ?» 3a jM . Now Conqueror it 3a 9<J Yankee Doodle ,, 4s 3*1 Tip TopTin-Tog ... " 3i 3.1 THOMAS l'KHKKr>y& SON Dr. Ormiston. Surgeon Dentist, .\TTISHHS to nunnunee to hi* Fattieot YV . that he has REMOVED to Logan s-icct, opjioeito Dr. Frsyei's residenco. W ashingtoiiH.Saal & Go. Great Drug Emporiums, r ICO riTT-STREET, SYDNEY. t^cUrgwt...

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

Railway Time Table. Tho MNIL train for Sydney leaves Tenter fleld at 7*10 p.m. .daily, Sattv'rja ex cepted, and for. Brisbane U. LL*30 O.M. daily, Sundays esraptad. The Goods Train leaves Tcntcrflel I for Sydney every Tuesduy, Thursday, and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., anil ar ives from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45 p.m. The fores between Sydney' and Tenter field, and Ttntejfiold and Brisbane are as follow: TBHTEBFIBLD TO SYDNEY. 1st (las;., Single ... ... JBI- 1. 0 . 2nd Ulan, Single ... 2 10 0 Seturu Tickets, available for Two Months. : v: '' IstClas; ... £5 12 6 2nd Clai 1 ..... . 310 0 "WADANOADUA .O BKISDJNR. 1st Clns I, Single ... .;. JB1 19 7 2nd Clajs, Single ... ... 1 5. 6 1st Clasu,.Return ... ... 2 19 5 2nd Clacs, Beturn ... I 16 2

Live stock for South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

Stock for South Afrioa. A few yenrs aro great o(Torts wore made by hadinggraziers to establish a live moat trade with Great Britain mid other places, hut owing to various eauae^, the prmcipAl nf which may bo said to have been the heavy losses of cattle during transit by sea, the undertaking had to bo abandoned. But, protiting by tho pxperi onco of American shippers, improved moans have been devised for the trans port of £aUlu by sen, and (hero is reason to believe that the cause of tho largo mor tality which led to tho failuro of previous, shipments, has been discovered and over come, and experiments which have been nude under the improved conditions givo good reason to hope that in future ship* monts the tosses in transit will be but nominal. Last week there woro sent away from Muswcllbrook by special train be tween HCO.atsd 400 h.ai of prime cattle, which are to bo shipped to Cape Colony alive. The shippers are Mr. W. A. Benn of Aberdeen, and Messrs Cook and Co. Tho result of this...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

Brief Mention. The Victoriun Government intend to give the returned invalided soldiers six months' leavo of absence on full [jay. _ OWING to tho inclement weather'the celebration*) arranged to .tako placa in Sydney in connection with the relief of Mafekmg were postponed till Saturday. TUB gross receipts of the last Royal Agricultural Show wero £10,422, of which £3000 wero paid in prizes. THE aboriginal, Billy Broome, who was recently convicted in Queensland for the murder of Mary I-o Blowitz has confessed to thu crime. TIIK olliuial list of casualties ninon^st New South Wales troops show that nine mon were killed in action, 19 died from fever, etc., 45 wounded, 20cnptured or inis-ing, total 08. THE chairman of the Bank of New Soull* Wales said tho war in South Africa, besides stimulating tho patriotism of the peoplo of this colony, has largely de veloped an export- trade with Soirh Africa. WHILE a young man named KudcliQb was gauging spirits with n Customs OlHcer at Ararat, Victoria...

BUSY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 29 May 1900

BUSY MEN. Should weigh this question and profit by a TenterKeld citizon's experienco. Success in business is nftcnhnndicnppod. A mini liuvy havo plenty of capital. May Imve energy in abundance. May know his business well. . And. still success comes Blowly. It's ii case of too great a burden, The back can't carry it all. , A,lame or aching back is ; a handicap. Drivo the ache away and mako work" a pleasuro. . Learn what backaelio moans. Luarn that Bacltacho is kidnoy ache. Lo\trn how to shako it off. Read how a Tentertield citizon did it. . Mr. D. Egan, Saddler, High St., lliis town, snys :-'. For somotime I had beon bad with tho Jtidneys. The complaint caused mo to have a severe pain in my back wliicli made work, both painful and very disagreeable. I also had a dizzy flushed feeling.in tlio bead and blurred vision. I had tried many remedies for this nilmenr, previous to using Doun's Back ache Kidnoy Pills but it was only these pills which proved anyway effective. Tlioy gave me perfe...

EMMAVILLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

EMMAVILLE NEWS. (FnOH OIMI OWN CORBESVONDHNT.) 'QI'i:kn'b IHiitiiday passed off very quiotly lioiu ; with the exception of ft couplo' of privnto picnics tboro was nothing to causa imy excitement. Hares not being - pro-, curable on account of tho recent rains, tho day's coursing advertised to take place on that dny lins been postponed for a month. And it ia freely rumoured that there is likely to be Bomo trouble over Jlio Imrea when they do arrive, as they nro claused it appears us noxious animals, and it is considered by those in authority illegal to keep thein in captivity. But the Einma villo Coursing Club is going to fight, tho mutter out if only to niake a test case of it, and are V>UBy getting tho Racecourse whore tho coursing is to bo held sur rounded by wiro netting.to prevent the escape of uny hares on to adjacent pro perties. A Bali in aid of the Hospital was held in the evening in Fraser's Hall, and wat a great succobs. Tho room was crowded, and overyone present appeare...

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. SYDNEY, May 27. SIR WILLIAM JOHN LYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

OUE SYDNEY LETTER. (FHOM OUR OWN COIIHESI'ONDENT.) SYOKKY, May 27. SIR WILLIAM JOHN LYME. Many of Mr. Lyno's frionds, personal »nd political, would lmvo preferred tli.it ho should lmvo remained plain " William John," withoutany trimmings, to tlio ond of tliu ohnptor ! Nevertheless, tho con gratulations ho Ins received lmvo been numerous and hearty, especially those which lmvo como to hnnd from citizens of ultra-Imperialistic tendencies. It is felt, I think, by all thatany distinction of the kind has been honestly earned, and that it am be regarded ns payment for services rendered. If Sir William thinks that it is ndiSquatoand appropriate, tliore is nothing moro to bo said. These colonial knight hoods, bowevor, are getting terribly com mon, and thoy are regarded by tho ex trome section of Australian nationalists as a badge of anything but honour. Mr. Itoid. it will be remembered, declined a knighthood, preferring tho much more select distinction of Privy Councillor. MAFEKINO DAY. The...

The English Derby. DIAMOND JUBLIEE WINS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

: . 1 he English Derby. DIAMOND 3UBILISE WINS. LONDON, WEBNEBDAY. THE English Derby race, run nt'Eimom, resulted in a win for the Princo of Wale's liorso, Diamond Julidce: Followm" are tlio placed h jrses: Diamond Jubdoo ... . ... 1 Simondalo ... 2 . ' Disguise ... ... 3. Australia's warm and lovolyoluno. , Is not without its sudden chungos. 'Mora.notice in the wintor time: When hail and snow fa(l.on the ranges. The wind blows hard and biling cold. And Knd our weakest parts for sire. And ^ivcu us cough until wo re cold To Uke Bomu Wuuds Groat Pejipor . . mint Cure. . * l'lugue is purely a filth diaouao. I'o 8u:0Ty avoid it naili dudy in water-ouutaimag aquanli'ty of Solyptol and sp-ay your dwel-: Hug rooin^'witli laulcliuga hucal ptua Oil. Woods1 Qreiit I'oppormiat Oulo; for Coughs aml Cilils nevor fula. Is 01. TitB'Toowoomba Turf Cl|ib Handicap on AVodiiesday was won by ? Richmond, Agate 2j;Couio 3.

A Klondyke Nugget. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

A Klondyke Nugget. : K LONDON, WEDNESDAY.* ... - ['A NUGGET of gold, weighing 771bs lias boon found at Klondyke. . ,

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. . ; .. Tin oro is quoted at 22s.- i .. Tho Governor; leaves for bis Grafton tour on the 13th instant. - " - An inquest was oponed to-d-'y; on ;the" body of Honriotta Butwull who died, inn Privnto Hospital at Paddington "under ? mysterious ciroumstanoos. The'epidemic showed that deceased hadjbeon in. a cer tain condition, and that death was due to septic poritonitis. An open vordict was returned. - . . It isroportod the issue of roturn rail way tickets'-will shortly l)o abolishod. I Heavy floods at. Wii)jga -Wagga havo done considerable damage to thu fences,: and a largo number of stock - havo . been drowned. . . It is reported that a rich alluvial gold ; Bold has bcon discovered south of Mary-, borough, Q. It is boinj? kept "quiet, but' vthe prospectors assert there is room for . 1000-men, .and. thab thore is plenty of' water,

Religious Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

. tfeligiouo Memoranda. FOB SUNDAY, JUNE 3. CHURCH OF ENOLANT).-Tentcrfleld 7*80 a.M. (II.C.) ? \ .11 &.M. (u.A)and 7 p.m. Children's service at 8 . p.m. By Ecv. II. 0. Smith. WBSLKYAH CHURCH.-Tcntcrfield, .11 a.m. (Supply) ^ and 7 p.IN.'SongService. Bungun&*at TTBY. Air. . / rj. >i. ltoper. PRBSBYTKKIAN CUCRCII.-Tenterfleld11 O,tn. and . 7 p.m. by the Rev. DUMlftoky.? H .. ROMAN CATHOLIC Cnuncn.--Mana tit 8. SO turn., and. 11 . A,m. Benediction'at-7.80 by-the Rev, father Corcoran 7 DRAKE SERVICES Cnuncn oy ENGLAND.-11 mm..'and.7'30 p.M. BY .* *. Mr. Cecil.- . ??>:. . ,? ''"--'I TVEAR»RVAY ONUNUII.-11 a.M.and . 7 I\M. by tho : Rev. 31. II. Parkinson, V".1 : . , . .1

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, THCHSDAY NIGHT. MESSRS. Pitt, Son, and Badgery, report as follows :- : ; i, About 1089 cattlo wore yarded, the maricot being' a shade -lower.. '- Bullocks. £3 10s ifo £9; ;oows,:£3 10s jfo-£7 Is; bosb'beef 1.9s0d per lOOlbs. . A bou t 32,000 sheep' wero ponned, tho market being unaltered. Ewesr8s Cd to: lis Gd ;1 wether?, 9a to 18s. Messrs.Harrison, Jones, and Devlin report the f< Mowing local lines:-Walker. Trustees'bullocks avoraged'£7 16s Id. . H. A. Smith's bullocks £6 15s 2d; cows, £5 7s lVd. Northern Agent's bullocks £5 8s 4(L Stewart and Smith's bullocks £6 133. M. Smith's bullockB £5 9s 7d : cows. L4 14s <td. , . -»

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

LATEST COMMERCIAL, * SYDNEY, THURSDAY HIOHT. Wlioat, 2«8d ? . Flour, L6 5s to L(i 10s .. . ?. j .. . 01ncTvwhont,-2s 3d to 2B 5d . Olinff, L21Qs to 1310# '\:V -Potatoes L2 to L2 15s ? " Miiizo, 2a 6d fl! 2s Gd 2s 2d,to 2s4d Lucorno, L210stoL3 Butter, crenmory, IOd ; factory, 9d to ; dairy* 8d to 8Jd. .

School Children's Demonstration. A BRILLIANT DISPLAY. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

School Children's Demons tration. A BRILLIANT DISPLAY. ? SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. 20,000 school children took part in an utlilotio display in tho Cricket Ground yesterduy. 30,000 spectators wore pre sent ; tho cash takon at the gate amount' ing to L540. Tho display was unani mously described as tho moat brilliant i:one over witnessed .in Sydney.

THE TENTERFIELD Intercolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE 1. The Federal Agreement. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

THE TENTERFiEl 0 ; ; |i\lerrol0nhil Coiuicr , / - AND ' ; : Pairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, JUNE 1. The Federal Agreement.' - ? A ononouH of congratulations from nil sides of the political m enu hails thnfc con summation of Australian aspirations for unity secured by tlio acceptance of tlio Conimonwealth Bill. It is really an nil round triumph, reflecting credit Upon everybody concerned ; upon those who drafted il measure so completo in itself, and 8o uioderato in it« provisions, tli.it nil objections vanished in tho light of n com-., parntively short discussion ; upon those who represented the Australian Bide of tho question in London ; and, most cer tainly, upon the British statesmen who ? gave generous construction to every clause of tho Bill, and finally, accepted it practi callyiiH it left the people. Forthealtera tions sire so trifling that they really do not amount to moru than uiodilicntions of ex pression. It never was tho wish of tlio Australian people to ...

The Premier Called Away. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT LIKELY POSTPONED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900

The Premier Called Away. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT LIKELY POSTPONED. 8 SYDNEY, THDESDAY NIGHT. OWINO to tho critical illncas of hia father, tliu Promier will probably leave by to- ' night'8 oxpresa en route for Tasmania." . He expects to be away several days. Tho ' meeting of Parliament will likely be post poned till Wednesday next. _ . ' -' V .

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