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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 10 September 1898
the Gharfevilte limes, v ium,innnr> mmr . Saturday Morning. TSRMS OB SUBSCRIPTION : 1#T ... ... ... 5s. OA. per Quarter CoilJlur ... . ... 6s. 63. per Quarter SiKeEB COPT, 6cL ADTTEBTI8IN& CHARGER. Qnanictk ... . .... ... ... 4a &lt;W. JErery additional inch or fraction of an inch ... ... ... ... 2a. C(I BEAITDrSO ADTBaTISBMEUTS.-A liboral Discount will be allowed for all S tan Jin p Advertisements. Births, Marriages, and Deaths (which mast well authenticated and paid for in advanct£ St 6d. each insertion. SToticea of Application for licensed Victu allers' licenses, or for Transfer of same, £1. Orders to withdraw oriltor AdvertieemonlB moat be sent in in writing to command atten ion, and tho namhe_r of insertions required snusfc ba legibly written on each advertise ment, otherwise they will be published until ountermanded, and charged for accordingly Standing Advertisen'ents cannot be With drawn before the expiration of the Current Quarter, in which notico is give...
Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 10 September 1898
Week's Epitome. It is sfatcd that flic S&iforth est-ito, in tho Mackny district, has Iiol-ii offered t» tho Government under tho Lands liopnr chnso Act. Tho nnnunl picnic of tho enip!'»yees of tho Colonial Sugar Company was held uu Saturday at b'outh^ort. Tho Nerang ltivor Sugar Compmy expect to put through 12,000 tons of cauo this season. A district court is to be held at Long reach four times a year, commencing lsi Jantiary next. Mr- Glassey addressed tho electors o£ Cnnm ^lium at Allora on Friday night last. At Grasstree, near Mackay. a man named Win. Scott cut his throat with a razor, nearly severing his head from the body. Tho steamship" Duron is loading 2000 tons of meat at Bowun. A successful trotting; meeting was hold at Towiisvillo on Saturday last. The Towiisvillo Cap was won by Pointer. The Moasman Mill Company have decided to join the Port. Douglas Divi sional Board in guaranteeing tin- loan for the Port Douglas to Mossman tramway, as demanded by the Govorument. ...
Charleville Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 10 September 1898
Oharlsville Hospital. ):0:( THE usual monthly meeting of the institu tion, was Iu-1,1 on T!inrs'l:iy, (lie Sthiri*t. There wen? present, llosns. J. F. F. Iiockeit, (President), G-. .T. Fitz Walter, I«V Ooeitz, W". B. Mackenzie, (f. Barber, J. AV. \V.&lt;td. Ii B. f.:i.-as W. G. Biliington, II. W. tSriaufr, II. O. S ::!*h, A. StraehaD, and [I. «T. Curler. Dr. W- B. Kirkaldy iras also present. MIXUTES. The ininn(e3 of the Iait mcelit'g wero read and confirmed. CoitltKSroNDEKCE. Tnwatiii :-,T. \V". Ward, staling that Pin station was in ThargomirMlitli district", but tlmt In- would do Ids best to col'rct donation?. &lt;T. Paton. shearers* representa tive, enclosing collections amounting to £C 5s, shearers' mid labourers* donations. Dr. Kiiltaldy, stating that tlio warder was still indisposed from inlluen/u, and rt'L'omiiH'iidin^ a holiday of two or three weeks' be granted hira. .1. W. \Vi:n!,eucltwinpX10 O^coUcctetl at. Piukilla station. Home Secretary, advis ing; that £...
Cricket. Stoddart's Australian Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 10 September 1898
Cricket. I Stoddart's Australian Team. i Stoddart's team, wh'ch la[ely Waited Auxtralia, versus the se'CT!^ England, played a matcfi, ia which the former won by 5 wickets. The scores were:-England, firt.t innings, 236; second innings, 206: Stoddart's eleven, first innings, 261; second innings, 182, with five wickets to spare.
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 10 September 1898
Latest. Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BKISBAKB, Friday. Til the Assembly, the member For Bowen'n (Mr. Smith) motion For the immediate adoption of the plans, books of reference, and specifications of the Bowen railway extension to the thirty-seven mile peg, occupied the whole of the private members time. The Secretary for Railways, de clared the Government would not sanction the line. The estimates were discussed, and the whole evening was devoted to the item-an increase of £250 to th« Agent General, Sir Horace Tozer, and the Government's three year's agree ment with him to occupy the Agent Generalship. A hot debate ensued, and the words, 4 liar,"- " slanderer," were fre quently interchanged. Eventually, Mr. Glassey's motion that the vote be reduced, was defeated by 32 to 24t votes. The House adjourned until Tues day.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 10 September 1898
DEATH. LAMOND.-At her residence, Charleville, on the 20th July, 1898, Amy Brooke, wife of James Lamond, Inspector, &nbsp; &nbsp; Queensland Police Force, and second dlaughter of Francis Henry Shadforth, of Lilydale, Bourke district, late of Vic- toria ; aged 34 years.
The Lata War. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 17 September 1898
Tbe Lata War. The American Commissioners in tend to demand the cession of Luzan and coaling atations in the Ladroones islands. General Wheeler, the American commander in Cuba, anticipates a renewal of wra'r in deference to the wishes of Americans Fifteen thousand rebels have evac uated the suburbs of Manila.
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 17 September 1898
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BBISBAXB, Friday. Mr. Cross's Attachment of Labour* era* Wages Abolition Bill was read a second time. Mr. Smith's Botven Railway Exten sion Bill was again discussed. The EIoubo discussed the Estimates, and passed the item Public Health. This met with much adverse' criticism Reference was made to the Central Board of Health and, among other things, to the insanitary condition of ?hearing sheds and men's huts. The recent leper station scandals wers discussed, Messra. Stewart, Tarlpy, and Daniels alleging that the discipline has been very las. The House ad j«urued at 11 p.m.