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The Lighting Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
I, r Th'o Lighting Question.' THIS question has now arrived at a sttyto i when the people of tlie town will shortly bo called upon to accord their support or otherwise to the introduction, of electric light installation for the streets, business places and private dwellings within an area to bo horeafter spocified. The whole question of lighting by coal gas, acetylene, kuroseno, and clectricty has for some time past received careful consideration at tho hands of thoso appointed for the purposo of investigation., and. the conclusion lias been arrived at that the last named will he found tho least expensive in tho long run, . and most advantageous for all purposes. The proposition to make a canvass of the town in order to ascertain the nuuibor of lights that will ho guaranteed, will-lie car ried into effect early next" week'; By. the officials of tho Council, who, wo under stand, will thenbe in a position to afford tin. 60.asked fur support, full information as to cost otc. It is beli...
British Enveloping Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
British Enveloping Movomonts. Tho jstounding bucooss of Lord Robert's enveloping movements arid rapid ir.arohes ib further mado evident by tho news received on Wednesday, announcing the capture of Johannesburg by tho British. Also tlmt tho Free State had been formally annoxed to Grunt Britain. This, taken in conjunction with tho closo proximity of tho troops to Pretoria, and tho fact that the Boers arc flying like' geese before tho victorious army, surely i brings tho end of tho war within moasur- . ablo distance. Certainly, 110 0110 would have thought a few weeks ugo, when tho army rested at Cloenifontein, and the u hold strength of tho Boer furccs was ro- . polled as massing at Kroonstadand along thg border'to oppose tho further advance, thai panic would, reign in Pretoria and that Koberts would be inside the " Gold reef Ci>y," an 1I10 laureate Milled it, by jast Monday. .The succoss of bis plans, "tho brilliancy and rapidity with which they liuvo been carried out, tlio cxtraor...
Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
. - Post Office Time "Table, .. SlAItS CL03B voy! ' ; ""WilVons' .Do.y/Dfal!, brid 'Botrnoo Boonoo ?":v" Tuesday ind Friday, at 0*80 p.m. , . SyflnOTl'GleD lnb^a;sArraidn?eV "Maitiandi ; aniVNowoastle, G'lo.p.ra. (Saturdays excepted.* , .' - f: Tabulam, Ciifcinor tisraoro, .an&lt;l Eichmon(] . >. .sMdtty, at. 1? -? ... . ^ -.noon; leave at"'12-30p.in; . . ; ' .Cimbarra.and Stainbrook-Tnesdayatid Fri3.iy, nt 9'80 p,tiJ. . Leavo Wodnos ^.v^CfS liV^^iand^tordoy^t.GjilAi^-i'!^ . : jDralro, Sandy. Hill, lind'Rcseiterviilq DailyatlS noori; ' I_K!avo atJ,2'30p.mP 'Bonshaw-Monday and. I'riday,tat:-0-30 : . ,/p.m. Leavo Taonday ond Saturday at 5 a.m. '. Bryan's, Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11'45 a.m. * y Wallangarra andQueensland i daily ?? at VilO'SO a.m. (Sunday oxcepted.) ' ? MAILS atibite pbom t v y -Sydney,:.Glen; Inneo, Artnidalo, -West Maitlond. and Kemcnatle^-D:iily (ox-, .. . '-"'cept Sundays) at 11 fiO a.m. . . ,' . Bpon6p"Bo6n6o, and' Wilsra'a v Downfall-i Thursday ftnd8u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
SMOKERS SHOULD LU8E CALVERT'S LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH,; T&o mofrt. ofTootivo preparation , .Tor ridding tha xnontlv of tho ..«roma oftobacco, and-leaving - A/pleasant t&jrte, , jSofc! 611*« 8*,6d.;andia»7«.Wvft««to1 . iBngU4\rai*t}, &lt;UClcnitUand Btoru, . : | F. G. CALVERT & CO, MAHGHESTES. i + &lt;3^ Piflowi*. * | Solicitors. XJQGAr.. J; F. Thomas, Solicitor, Arbitrator : &c.,' HondB-atroot, -- Tontoifioll. .TVURINQ my. temporary obsonce in jL^ ';South Africa my affairs wilt be car ried on aud my business managed by Mr. H. W. Weigafl/Soheitor, Commissioner fir Affidavits .fio. ^ v .. Trust Konoy to tond on Approvod . Sooorlty. P. P. ABBOTT, Solicitor, - Glen Innes. STTILli VISIT TEtJTERFIELD^ and -Vy otl-ond Courl whon required, f. *' " Xiesal> C. Wood Readett, Solicitor?- Proctor, Conveyancer, &c., AS ^-commenced Practice .in Toniei / fiold*, ii&ct door to Mr. J.' Folding's Storo. % ; Money to Londo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
30-Guiuea BICYCLE (Ladies' op Gents') FREE. 30 " PIANO FliEE. 30 "' GOLD WATCH (Ladies' or Gents') Free 30 " SEWING MACHINE FREE, y TRIP to the PARIS EXHIBITION of 1900, ' 4LL EXPENSES PAID, VALUE 30 Guineas, FREE. IN order to increase the circulatiiou of the WOMAN'S \Yorlu we havo tnaile arrangements .: .M'herehy nny subscriber may gain a ladies' bicycle, value 30 guineas, u gontlrmtin's biiycle, vnluo guineas,n 7*octavc walnut piano, value 30 ^uineu?, a void watch laditV or qeullcmi-n'b value 30 guineas, without uny cost beyond the subscription money. This syetem ib not intended for the Idler-to.receive something for nothing-but for those who arc willing touso & little cleverness, in their spare time, for which they receivo these hand* some prizes. .Cirriage paid to your door. > . If you \vapt any of the articles named nuovc you cau procure Ihein by bojomiog iv sub* tcriber to thu WOMAN'S WORLD. This nmkes you eligible to parliciputcnn our method of . proenriug tli.b ur...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
«^;iah¥&itff6t-Syanori«w.^ntoP; Held'at" V'10' jp'.mr 'doily; i Potrr'tys ex oaptod, and- for-: Brisbane Si-, li"30 n.ip. doily, Sundays excepted. l'ho" Goods Train leaves Tentorial 1 fori Sydney.'every' Tuesday,.'Thursday,- and : aturday .mornings nt G n,m., and.. ar ives from- Sydney -every. Monday,"' Wed nesday,'and S'nday .evonings at 4*45 p.m. . ? ?rho lnros tetwoon Sydney andTentar fleldi1 anil T&lt;hteifield-;ond'. Brisbane are as, follow:- - . TsiUBBFIRtD 10 SVDBBV. , v ? let (las»i Single ... ...JM 1 &lt; 0,. 2nd Ulao.sioglo 2 10 0 Eetum Tjokels, available for _ Two Months. ' 1st Clasi; ... ... . ... »fi5; 12. - 6 2nd ClaUL ' 3 10 0 Will ANOAFIBA. O BEIBDANE. 1st CIosii, Single ;.; .i!l 19 7 .? i Snd CIaiB,"Single.. 1. . S. 5.. 1st Clasi), Eotnrn .. "... 2 19 5 . -j Snd ClaoSi.Eoturn -. . ... -1 18r. 2
BUSY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
BUSY MEN; Should weigh this question and profit by a Tentertield citizon s experience. . Success in business is of ton handicapped. " A man may have plenty of capital. May have energy in abundance. ' May know his business well. Arid still success comos slowly. It's a case of too great a burden, .The'back can't carry it all. , A lamo or aching back is a handicap.. , Drivo the aclio away and m'akowork a . pleasure.. Learn what buckacho means. \ ' Learn that Backaolie is kidnoy-aoho. - Loam how to shako it off. Read how a Tontorfiold citizen did it. Mr, I). Egan, Saddlor, High St., this town, soys :-For somo time I had been bod with tho kidnoys. The complaint caused mo to liavo a sovere pain in my back'which made work both painful-and very disogreoablo. 1 also hod a dizzy flushed' feeling in the head and blurred vision. I had tried many remedies for this ailment previous to using Doan's Back ache Kidnoy Pills but it was only theso pills which proved anyway effective. Thoy gave me perfe...
THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
THE PLAGUE. The numbor of plugub eases during last wook wag tho lightest for any week except one sinco the outbreak. Only one case has been ropurted.during the past two days, the patient boing n. young miin re siding at Woollahra, The total number of cases to date is 248, and the total number of deaths 89. Only two cases of plague were reported in Sydney on Monday, the patients being Frank O'Shea, 45 years, Kiloy-streut," Wooloomoolou, and Edith Desarta, 13, Dowling-atroet Pnddington. While still adhoring to his expressed opinion that the end of tho epidemic is now in view,' the president of the Board af Health does not wish it to bo under- j stood that ho holds out lioppof immediate cessation of cases. What may bo ex pected is alternations of quiescenco and recrudescence on a diminishing scale, ex tending over what may be a considerable period yet. This boing «o, it in impera tively necessary that tho public nhould not in any way rolax llioir precautions, especially as regards tho ...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
Brief Mention. Johannesburg captured... ? Kkuokk abandoned Pretoria. Sdd the Boers demoralised. . Frosty nights and sunshine days. : AUCTION sale to-uiorrpw afternoon. TOOLOOM Ferries to he-sold to-morrow at Drako ut noon. ' SALVATION Army entorcainmonts on Tuesday night. . . ii.,; PLOUGHING match prize money ..to be paid to-toorrowaftorno.on. AN.epidemie of typhoid feve.rhaB broken out uf East Miiitland. V oasos wero ad mitted to thn Hospital lustwcck. A new Masonic Hall is to 'l>u-erected at KUlarney, Queenslaud. Tenders ave called fortho erection of the building. - LA CAnABiNE cost the late W.R Wilson 210gs., and she litis sinco won three races of thu approximate value of 3o00sovs. . Tiie Unir.o.d States courts have awarded Admiral Dewey- £40,000 aa prizo money for ilio capture of the Spanish floot at Manila. LIEUTENANT Slater and several Haussars (native police), who were ijointed whilo going to the relief of.tho Governor and others surrounded at Kuhiassi, by hostile tribes, ...
Tennis Match. TENTERFEILD V. GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
Tennis Match. ITENTERFIELD V. GLEN ISNES. A tennis match wits played atGlon Innes yesttrdny between representatives of Tenlcrfiold iind 01 on Inncs. The Ten turtield visitors included Mesdames \V. D. White, F. P. Thompson, Froyer, Misses Lee, Whitton, and Messrs M. U> Kitzlmrdingo, L. Walker, Woignll, Thompson, mid Dr. Froyer, who left for Glen Inncs by nmil train on Wednesday night, [BY TKLEOBAWI.] GLEN INNES, THURSDAY NIGHT. GItn Inncs won tho tennis tournument In.lho gent lomen's sets thoy defeated Ten, terfield by 57 to 55, and itutho mixed set, by 80 to 02.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
LOCAL NEWS; ELECTORAL REVISION COURT.- At tho. abovo Courtou Tuesday* botoro Mr. M. H. Fitzhardinge, P.M.; two frosli names, wore added to tho list. ..;([ ;? A »CTION SALE.-Mr.. Iyli^Whareat will conduct .nil auction sale at .hie '.'rooms to-. morroW'afternuun. A fina-Iotiof young i pigs for side. ' .. - * . \ . PAYMENT OR PIUZES.4-Winners of prizo 'liioney'Bt tholate ploughing, matches will receive same on application at the Agricul-' tural Society's otjicCfo-morrow affurnoon. j Amoeting'nf committee will; 'also bo held to finally adjust matters in connec tion with tliu ovbrit. . A/ Bia CLAIM.-ThaQueensland Crown Law . Department lins issued a writ against the Queensland. Trustees Co.,^ iis administrators to the ostato of tho lato' Jamos Tyson, claiming £08,428- for suc cession duty on Tyson's personal estate, situated in other colonies. ROUSE STREET DRAIN.-Tho Municipal Council are now engaged effecting certain alterations to tho water channel running through the vacant pieco of l...
TRANSVAAL WAR Free State annexed as a British Possession. Johannesberg Captured. Kruger Abandons Pretoria. LONDON, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
Free State annexed as a British Possession. Johannesberg Captured. Kroger Abandons Pre toria. LONDON, May 28. Lord Robert's movements aro proving irresistible. The rapid ohangint* of front nnd distribution of forces totally discon - cutting the Boors. The Boor Commandants have assembled to discuss the advisability of surrendering. A majority of the Burghers view the sioge of Pretoria with disfavor. The bulk of the British force oncamped on the north sido'of tlio Vunl River on Sunday. The troops are in good spirits rind on full rations. - General French secured /in excellent flunking position, And invaded the Trans vaal vial LindequeB Drift. Genoral Hutton shelled the enomy's roar guard,from the ..railway train, and noiirly succeeded in Bafing the Vnnl River bridge, only the northernmost spar boing destroyed. , . , General Brabant has occupied Fixburg and Soiiokal, previously capturing 150 Boors and 10 waggons of,.grain. . It is reported Nfrom Pretoria that the Boers aro determined t...
The Trouble in China. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 1 June 1900
The Trouble in -China. LONDON, WEDNESDAY; THIS Chinese robels, known us Boxors, lire advancing rapidly on Pekin. Thoy nro now within 2U miles of tho capital city, and nro murdering and, plundering as they advanoo. Japan has landed . a forge of bluejackets ut Tientsin, the largo treaty-port, 70 miles south of Pekin. The .' Boxers " have destroyed the rail »ay workshops. M . ; . , At Pengt'a'i, eight in ilea from Pekin, the Belgium engineers surrounded tlie besieged hill. A party of Frenchman and Germans, who aro armed, have gone to the rescue. /. ' The Powers have announced a return of the guards to their respective Leg(ltions_ THE STANTON HARCOURT MURDRR. Tho execution of the aboriginal Billy Broome, found guilty of tho Stanton Hnr .court murder, in Northern Queensland, which was fixed for Monday lust, was postponed fora fortnight, pending further investigations which have been rendered necessary by the confession mado by tho criminal. It is understood tint Billy Biooino has confess...