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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Augathella Picnic Race Club. . . .(RegisteredQ.T.C.). iA .COBN-FED BAGS MEETING will bo 1 ? held by the Aboro Club on OCTOBER - ? 32,1838. Programme mil appear la a few daja. WM. F. BBAUNHOLJS, Hon. Secretary. Notice to Owner. TIUXI Notice that unless (he BLACK JL KIBE, branded near shoulder, left inmy PADDOCK at BONNIE VILLA, «* the Eth Hoptembor, 1997, is removed and v pud for previously, the same will be sold by Auction, at the Union Sale Tarda, Charle rflle, on SAX USD AY, 27th August, 1898, ; it 3 o'clock p.m. to cover AGISTMENT and «muM. JOHN WADE, Bonnie Villa. lSth August, 1898. Advertisement. * * 0:O:C j| GENT Required. Experienced, Tor Cen vaising CASSEL'S SPEClAIi FUB LICATI0N8. State experience, security availableJ>ndo*£ Testimonials, Melbourne or ? Sydney, References to CASSELS, Publishers, I.itxI., Collina-St., Melbourne. Important Notice. -- TO BBI3BANE VISITORS MATHKWSON & CO., give 12 Satin Finished CABINETS (in any style) together with a 5/- Enlargement ...
Mr. Reid and Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Mr. Keid and Federation. Mr. Ryid laid the Federation resolutions before the Assembly Kst night. These contain no new views upon the subject outside those upon which Mr. Ecid recently went before tlie electors. The leading politicians of jSew South Wales and "Victoria have expressed opinions on Reid'a federation proposals. Some are favourable, others against. Sir. Turner, the Victorian Premier, de clined to express an opinion.
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
QUEENSLAND. BUISSAKE, Friday. - Parliamentary. The Assembly affirmed it desirable tbat clause seventeen oE the Execution Act, and all other provisions, and regulations regarding contributions to tbe cost of buildings, repairs, etc., etc., sboald apply ' to provisional schools, and tbe same pecuniary as sistance given them as given to state schools. Tbe debate on the Budget Speech was continued. Tbe debate was unin teresting except for a scathing attack by Mr, Balrymple upon Mr. Groom in connection with an article iti the Toowoomba Chronicle, in which ref erence was made to Northern influence in tbe Cabinet. Tbe debate was adjourned to allow Mr. Groom to reply. Speaking at Rose woodShow, Mr. Chata way advised tbe" farmers and stock-owners to adopt inoculation which was a sura pre ventative against attacks of ticks which were bound to spread southwards despite the strictest quarantine. The Premier, Mr.. Byrnes, was inter viewed concerning the Premier's Confer ence, bat decliaed to sta...
THE WAR. America and Spain. THE SITUATION AT MANILA. CESSION OF THE PHILIPPINES. POSITION OF THE INSURGENTS. RUSSIA NEGOTIATING FOR A COALING PORT. (By Cable Message.) LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
America and Spain. THE SITUATION AT MANILA. CESSION OF THE PHILIPPINES. POSITION OF THE DTSURGENTS BTJSSIA NEGOTIATING FOB A COAL ING- POBT. (By Cable Message.) IiOXDON, August 19. The terms of capitulation signed by General Jaudenes, Governor-General of the Philip pines, include the cession to the United States of America of the whole of the Philippine Archipelago. The American Press is de lighted at the terms made, and argues that the United States mast retain the whole of the islands, though the Peace Protocol signed by W. R. Day, the American Secretary of State, and M. C'ambon, French Minister at Washington, and who noted as special linvoy for Spain in the negotiations, is generally regarded as controlling the situation. It is reported that after the surrender of Manila General Merritt, commanding the United states troops found General Jaudenes in a church, among the women and children who had taken refnga there. It haB transpired that on the surrender of the capital Genera! Agu...
DISPOSAL OF THE PHILIPPINES. LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
DISPOSAL OF THE PHILIPPINES. Iosdos, August 19. It is repotted that Russia is parleying with the Spanish Government roth a view of .securing a coaling station in the Philippines. In a recent article of the " Straits Times," discussing the probable fate of the Philip pines, had the .fallowing: "The United States have not yet taken the Philippines. When that is achieved, as it will be achieved, possibly it will be found that it is the Philip pines that have taken the United SUtes. To pat it simply, America will not find it very easy to evacuate the Philippines. Agninaldo may be able to establish a working dictatorship in the island of Luzon, bat he, probably, is entirely without the organisation, the money, and the means to extend that dictatorship to the whole of the Philippine Tglnnflg On ihe other hand he is probably sufficiently strong to prevent Spain from re conquering these islands, even if they were given back to Spain by treaty. In such a war, he would probably have the assis...
Diseases in Stock Act. NEW REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Diseases in Stock AcL NEW i:ii(iL'L,.VriON'S. Wo have reccivcil from tho Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. H. Shepherd) the fol lowing nenr regulations in tlie Diseases in Stock Act. The inspector lias re ceived instructions to see that they are strictly enforced. They are as follow / Owners of dairies iu which disease ap pears must ac OQCO notify the nearest in spector. The inspector may destroy the milk or other dairy product from diseased cattle, and may prohibit the sale or use of the I produce of any diseased stock for the nEQ t>f man or any animal. No person may, without a special per mit, sell any disease# or suspected stock1] No. person may slaughter pr cause to be slaughtered any diseased stock, the flesh of which is intended for the use of man. A drover renders himself liable by selling lumpics from his herd along (ho road. Station «iwnew arc liable for killiug lumpy or diseased cutllu fur station use.
Brisbane Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Brisbane Wool Sales. - The BHVr,latf°n A10 Premier, «nat wool sold at the ~hoTe 3aIc3» in .ord'.to gain the bonns, must IT? shipped in ships' bottoms in the colony for el beyond Australia, is a stipulation which is likely to defeat its object to a considerable extent-namely, the encouragement of lecal wool sales. A quantity of the wool which would be offered would consist of small lots which had been neither properly scoured or classed, and, after bcin&lt;r sold, would probably be taken to establishments for that purpose. No doubt, thesa estab lishments would increase in number and, b; the employment of a large number of hands, would greatly benefit the com munity; but, under the above stringent stipulation, this wool would not 'be en titled to the bonus. Then, the shipping will follow, not.create, the market; and it is just possible that, during tho early .sales, forge quantities of wool will be sent to Southern ports for direct shipment to tho Continent and London. A quant...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
- Current Events. Mrs. A. 6. Enright, owner Gf the, Norman Hotel, left Charleville on Mon-' day by the mail train,for a prolonged trip to New South Wales. Mr. Leslie Enright is looking after, the business daring his mother's absence. Considerable inconvenience is caused to the pnblic since the Municipality elccted to lock the bath room door at the bore. .The room when open for free bathing, Was in a filthy state, it was commendable having it swept out, and quite right it should be locked, out the key might be kept in some convenient place. Better still, a caretaker no doubt could be found who would pay a small rental and charge a reasonable fee for a bath. On Tuesday lost a team of bullocks belonging to Mr. Ross, of Charleville, bolted down Galatea street. At the east end of tho street they were stopped and the waggon wa3 found to have received no damage. The bullocks were started by tho barking of some dogs. It is a wonder that more accidents do not occur from tho same cause as the...
Charleville Riffle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
| Gharleville Eafle Club. range oE tlio Charleville BiQe Cltib was Opened on Suur^aj, the 2SQth instant-. In tho unavoidable absence of his worship* tho Mayor,-through illness, Mr- G. J. Fitz "Walter Formafjj opened tho range, lie was given tho privilege of the first shot at the new target, and amid ~"&>ud applause stofd-t hullaeye. Mr. Fitz-Walte-.« ^'nn.'wS a neat little speech, declaring the range open, and wishing the Club erery prosperity. The tango is a. very creditable one, and with one or two improvements m tho way of cutting down a few'trecs ou tho western side of the target will be equal to many in the larger centres of tho colony. The work of making the mantle^ was completed oa Saturday. As soon aa the range had been formally opened, Mr. B. B. Eoblin, (president of the club), and W. B. ilcKenzie, (Secretary), picked sides, and fired a scratch match. Appends! are scores: - ~ 300 YARDS-Ma. Ecamr'a Team. Name X 2 3 4 5 Total. R. B. Echfin.., J. II. White C- M....
THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27TH, 1898. Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
THE Cijarlel) tile Cuius. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27XIR, 1898. Stock and Station. Squatters, .Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to pal lisb reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfall?, which liavo taken pines ia their respective districts, in this column, will kindly forward the information' so as to reach tbisofiicc not laterthan Friday .TcningB, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. Turns Office, Friday. Mr- J. Armstrong recently bought 500 fat. sheep from Bayrick station, and on Tuesday last 140 of these vsro tracked to Brisbane to the Union Morr£»j;e and Agency Company. 8020 mixed sheep left Dillalah on Tliurday bound for Stony Batter, Gralla, N. S. Wales ; Mr. A. E. Hayes, owner ; Mr. Arthur Jones in charge. Our Morven correspondent reports under date August 25:-Tracked here on the 10 th inst. 1050 mixed rams from Oondooroo to Eton Vale; Hodgson & Ramsy, owners ; J. Sullivan in charge. Passed hero yester day the 24th, 400 bullocks from O...
Fitz-Gerald Bros. Great Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Fitz-Gerald Bros. Great Sliows. ... '0 ... vEvee sinca Charlsvilla hsa bean Char leville, it has naver had the opportunity of witnessing snch a multiplicity of won de^;23 are ta 'Sa introduced here oa "Friday and Saturday nest hy the Messrs. Fitz-GeraM, from a "nucleus coma big things." The energetic brothers com menced in a small way many years ago in this very town, asd from the start they have newer looked back. Thay have travelled twice round tea T7orfd ia search of novelties suitable for the Ana* tralaaiaa circus going public, and on each occasion have brought to Queens lahd the pick of English, American, and Continental performers. They have travelled the whole of Aos&lt; tralia with the present big undertaking and have met with undoahted success in every colony visited, both financially atjd artistically. Special trains will brinf; the combination here, and when we state that tha - company numbers something near ICO people, 40 horses and posies, and soma 10 cages of w...
Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, August 22, 1898. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, Abguat 22, 1898. . Before J. "Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.JT. Drunkenness.-Two offenders pleaded guilty and vera discharged with a can tion. Obscene Language.-Michael Kerby was charged with having used obscene Language, Lnt he did not put in an ap pear3uC0 and so forfeited his bail Assault--The case of Jessie ChiJdes Before j. viTian-WiUiacna, Usq., P.£t2. Drnnkenness.-Aq aboriginal female named Bonnsy was charged with this offer: ca. Sho pleaded guilty and was discharged sith a cantson. i Wednesday, 24th Augcaf, 1808. j Before J. "Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.3I. Drunkenness.-Slichael Duffy pleaded guilty, and was Seed 103.j in default, 12 hours in tho calls Assault.-NormaaSadnidgo summoned Otto Hanneman for aliened Hssuult, but the charge wa3 withdrawn by permission of tha Bench, Thursdayj 25th August, 1898. Before J". Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. A carriers' license waa granted to John Tetters.
Petty Debts Court. FRIDAY, 26th August. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Pettj Babts Court, FSIDAT, 26tb august Before J- Vivian-Williams, &aq » P-M. JRtz-Waltor & Co. v Samuel fllogg, goods sold and delivered £3 15a 5d; no appearance o£ defendant. "Verdict for jlainuff with 3s. coats of coart. M. ODonnoIl v Thomas Stewart, board and lodging, £10 53 8d; plaintiff non suited wiihcat co3ta. Mr. Bell appeared for plaiasiff, Mr Xockett for defendant.
Our London Wool Letter. CONTINUED ACTIVITY. (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, July 15, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
Our London Wool Letter. CONTINUED ALTiVm. fFrotn Our Special Correspondent.J Losvos, Jnly 15,1898' There is no diminution whatever in the attendance and eagerness of buyers to be having hold ol -wool, and this week's doings in the Wool Exchange has been characterised by continued activity all round. The cata logues daily submitted have again largely consisted oi ITew Zealand crossbred wool, coarse, badly conditioned, and wasty clips predominating. Considering tha excessive quantities offered the competition displayed must be considered satisfactory, though the heavier descriptions continue to weigh slightly upon the marie*, and although there i3 a better Continental inquiry the initial drop of 5 per cent has not been recovered. This is the weakest spot in the whole fabric, fashion, too favouring their standing down. Gn the other hand, the foreign inquiry has tended to iesp up prices of all fine-haired and geed, lustrous varieties, and these still rule 5 per cent above May quotations...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 August 1898
impound/rigs. TTJIPOUNDED at Charloville on the 23rd SL August, 1S9S, oft enclosed land at Go wrie by order of G. W. Pitt, Esq.; driving 2s- 4d. Brown Geldinff, QS5 over CI ^ near shoulder, like blotch 50 near neck, star, off hind foot white. "Bay Gelding 5 heart heart near shoulder. CORBECTED BRANDS. Impounded at Charleville on the Gth July, 1898, of! enclosed land at Mount Morris, by oHer or Arthur Lethbridge Esq. Driving, 11/4; damages, 2/6. Bay Co't, F6H over like E, indistinct numeral H ne ir shoulder, bald face. Also on the 27th July, 1808, off enclosed lands on Burrandilla, by order o£ I. Spread horoaph Esq. Driving, 5/6. Bay Mare like O over 4C &lt;1 near shoulder, faint brand like EJ6 off shoulder, aheet nat filly foal progeny of above.. If not released on or before Tuesday 20th September, 1898, will be sold to defray ex penses. J. G. GBEEN, Poundkeeper. ADAVALE DIVISIONAL BOARD. :o: STATEMENT ot BECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE of tbe DIVISIONAL BOAHD of ADAYAIdS from 1st ...