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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Business notices. DR. KIRKALDY, Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. Hows of Consultation:-8 a.m- to 10am;' p.m to 6p-in-; 7 p-m- to 9 p.m Vaccination performed every FRIDAY al 1 pjn > - CHEMIST, - - Stationer and Newsagent, OtLSLTlo^rille X1 rMAS and Now Hew Year Cards, great i -variety; Birthday Cards, Photo Frames, Photo Albums, Paint _ Boxes, Japanese "Vases, Ink Stands, Juvenile Prixe Socks, Toy Boob, Serial Volumes, Lett's Diaries, iic., &c. . Country Order* Punctually Attended To. XHSPECXfOR nSVEEED. pr. Ji. ^ELL, - - Solicitor, - - CSAKLEYILLE. ? Eats of Ptnreta and Bobinaon's, and o X. Banton's, Brisbane, t COBB AND CO . (XrarTTTP.) JBOYAL MAIL COACHES V8UQ3 COACHES of the above line will : JL BU2T as FOLLOWS until further I ^notice: Augathella to Tatnbo-UTonday, at 6 aon Angathella to Ckarlevillc-Saturday, at 7 ' Artavala to Oharleville-Saturday's and Toes* . day's aS5 a.3. Adavale to2.--isoaiadaJr-Tuesday at 7 mb . Blaekall to Istsiso-Thursday, 5 a.m. VSatsazon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

The Gharleville Times, PUBHSHBD KVKHT Saturday Morning* TBSMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ^COTOTKX Sxnsui COPY, 6cL 5s. Od. per Quarter 6a. 6d. per Quarter JLDVEJBTZSZSTG CHARGES. One ihoH ... ... 4s Od. Rtvtj additional inch or {Taction of an inch 2a. Cd . SiAIfDiTio Asvsbtisembnxs.-A liberal Dis*oont will be allowed for all Standing Advertisements. Births, Marriages, and Deaths (which mast well authenticated and paid for in advanco* - 2* 6d. each insertion. . Hoticss oF Application for Xdcenscd Victu allers* licenses, or for Transfer of same, £1. Orders to withdraw or all or Advertisements mast be sent in in writing to command atten ioa, and the numbar of insertions required most bs legibly written on oach advertise ment, otherwise thov will bo published unti? ountermanded, and charged for accordingly. Standing Adrartiseirenl3 c3nnofc be With drawn before tho espiration of the Current Qoatfer, in which notice fa given, unless on the understanding ihafe each insertion will bo paid for on the f...

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China. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

China. The Times states that the Empress Dowaeer of China haa recovered the ascendancy over the Emperor, and has taken the complete charge of the Go vern men t. The early re-establishment of Li HLung Chang is now expected.

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Warrego Electorate. Extraordinary Election. Mr. Hood's Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Warrego Electorate Extraordinary Election. Mr. Hood's Meeting. THE first meeting in connection with the extraordinary eleciion fur the War rego nlectoNto, caused by the death of Mr. James Crom'iie, was held in the School of Arts on Thursday evening, when Air. W. W. Hood, put forth his views t"» the elect-ira. Thoro was a attendance, the hall being full, and the ondidit'e was listened to attentively throughout. Mr- John Armstrong oc cupied the chair, and there were also on tho platform, Messrs. A. Aeschimann, N. J. Westereaard Nielsen, E- F. C. Manning, W- E. Connors, and R- B. Echlin. The Mayor in opening the meeting said: Gentlemen,-Owing to the sudden death ?>f our late member, Mr. Crombie, there will he a bye-election for the Warreyo electorate in a very abort time, in fact I believe within a month. Mr. Hood has come forward as a candidate to contest the election. As he is so well-known to every one his introduction by me is un necessary. He will nddress yon to-night, giving y...

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The Ticks. NEW SOUTH WALES TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Tha Ticks. NEW SOUTH WALES TROUBLES. At a meeting of the Queensland Stock Board to-day, in dealing with a message from the New South Wales Minister in connection with the tick quarantine, Mr. Chataway was not disposed to state the nature of the t>u«inesa. However he said that proposals dealing with the business sent to New South Wal«« on tbe matter would not be of much importance.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. Louis Rangement. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Latest Cablegrams. LDHDOK, Thursday. LOTUS Eangemont. The London Daily Chronicle has < been making enquiries regarding M. Louis Rangemont, whose narrative regarding his north Australian ad ventures are now published in a London magazine.

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Correspondence We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way far the opinions expressed or statements maae by our correspondents. The Morven Bore. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Correspondence iTedonot hold ourtehea re*p&na&>le U cbntt way far the opinions exprasta or stathaenU maae by our < The Morven Bore. to THE EDtTOB. Sir,-I hope you will allow ffie Space ia your paper to call public attention to what £ consider a gross injustice meted out by tho Murweh Divisional Board to the ratepayers of Kb- 2 subdivision of that Board in connec tion witli the above bore, by saddling that subdivision with, the whole o£ the Cost of tho bore. Ifc 13 an undeniable fact that, had a flow of water been struck in the bore ia question, the ratepayers in Kb. 1 subdivision, would have derived for inire bsceSfc thaa would No. 2, and, therefore, in oil fairness, should be called upon to assist in defraying the cost thereof. Section 195 of the Divi sional Boards Act of 1887 gives power to tha Board "to make and levy special rates for a work for the special benefit of any particular part of the Bin sion." Now, I contend, and I chal lenge contradi...

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Bank v Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

7 Divisional BaarcL The Rockhampton cue of a bank versus the Gogango Divisional Board was concluded to day. Mr. Judge Power entered judgment < for the bank with interest at 6£ per < cept from the time the writ was issued ; also costs. In all probability an appeal to the Fuli Court will be entered.

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Charleville £and Court. SITTINGS, 1898, Friday ,, 21 October ,, 18 November " 16 December

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Current Events. Mr HctVetli, Gorommoufc Elpcfcriciao, is expected to arrive in Oharlevilla by the Wyaudra train, ar 12.20 to-day (Saturday). Mr. tVillium Wuodley has iuat com pleted th« B mdo bore. There is a daily flow of 3,000,000 gallons and the depth is 2,075 feet. Nominations will be received up to the 4tli of October for thoao willing to contest thia election. Pol ing day will be tha 22nd proximo. This information lias been given by Mr. H. J. Carter, tho Keturninu-oUlcer. We have been advised that a lot of homing pigeons will arrive by thia afternoon's mail from Brisbane, and will bo liberated on S >ntlav mming. Some were liberated from .\[itc)i-ll.>n itoivUr, tho l2tK insfcmt, and arrived in Brisbane the following day. Some of the leading saddlers in Queensland have tried in v&:n to engage A. Gatdon'h Saddle Hands; these are facts-can produce I ck.ers- Orders are being executed for every district in tho Colony-even Broken Hill, New South Wales. Best Galvanised o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

WANTED KNOWN I HE Unliable Servants* Registry Badness JL of Mss. EWES, Margaret street. Too .waoMSA. ladies in the town and country, squatters, farmers, hotel-keepers, See., can rely on their being attended to with civility and promptitude. Address-Mw. E»en, Margaret street, near Gazelle office, Too irooaba. Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, 2nd September, 1808. Pis hereby notified, for general informa tion, that the undermentioned land, situated In the CharleTille Land Agent's District, will be open for OCCUPATION LI CENSE uxdeb Part V. of " The Land Act, 1897," at the CHABLEVILLE LAND OFFICE, on and after TUESDAY, the FOURTH: day of OCTOBER. 1898, at ELEVEN' O'CLOCK A.3I., at an Annual Bentol of 2s. per square mile. Area about 70 square miles. See Gov. Oca., 3rd September, 1898, page 668. All information respecting the boundaries tied situation <jf the land may be obtained by application <o the local Land Aeent, or to the Under Secretary for Land*. Brisba...

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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Week's Epitome. A fire bri>ko ont in the Brisbane Art Gallery last week, bat the Humes wtro Bpebdily anhdned, and' it is thought that little damage has been dono to tho paintings It is probable that dnrincr tho week two new bills will l>« introduced in the Legis lative Assembly, one ainiini* at the amendment of the Victoria Bridge Act, and the utlior for the amendment of the Elections Act. The Home Secretary lias submitted a scheme f»rwnoniig the existing financial difficulties of the -British Fire Brigade B»ard. James M'Donnell, a passenger by the steamer Wollowra, from Western A'is tralia, was kille-i at Townsville on Satur day niuht, the 17th Instant, by tho train which conuects the jetty with the main railway line. At the Championship Meeting of the N«w South Wales Amateur Cyclis's* Union, the Ten Miles Australasian Championship was won by Guodson, of Queensland, by six lengths. In the Two Miles Handicap several rilers fell, and James To<iht»r was fatally : inju...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

SOUTH AUSIKALIA. ADELAIDE Friday £. C"38tie Bill tor the protection af t bildreii baa bt>t>a introduced ia the , Legislative Council!

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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Wool At the London wool sales rornpeti tion kept the prices op, which showed a hardened pendency. The following satas have been re corded :-Mutorao, frj'l., Conlillo. 14}d., Keputonin Belfast 6|d., Riverside 6fd., Malvern Hills 173d.

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THE Charlehille Times. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH, 1898. THE LOCAL POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

THE CfiarUbtHe Ctntes. SATTTBDAT, SEPTEMBER 24TH. 2998* THE LOCAL POLITICAL SIT UATION. Me. Crombie'a death has caused a vacancy in the legislative representa I tion of this district. It bad been an open secret for some considerable time that Mr. Crombie bad decided j not to seek re-election at the next j general election. "With this know l ledge the country people bad a meeting 3nd decided ihat Mr. Aesehi i mann of Cbarleville was the best qualified man to contest the electorate. So far so good. But Mr. Arachimann decided a week or two ago that hs could not afford, from his bnainem, the time necevsary as a Parliamentary repre sentative, In making this move he hurriedly eal'ed a meeting at whirh it was decided to ask Mr. TV. W. Hood to 611 the breach. Sir. Hood'stated, that should a well and influentially signed requisition be presented to htiz> asking that he should contest the electorate, he would do so. Again so far so good. The meeting convened, as above referred to, was on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

BRISBANE WOOL MARKET. ' iTIBB Undersigned Members of the Brisbane Wool Selling Brokers' Association have the .1. pleasure to intimate to the WOOti GEO WEES of Queensland that the offorts which Jjley have continually made ainco the beginning of this year have now resulted in a GOVERNMENT BONGS fM^ng offered of One Pound (£1) per ton to be paid to sneh Wool Growers of Queensland as dull Sell their Wool by Public Auction in BRISBANE during tho ensiling season. Wetavohad INTERVIEWS with many of tho SOUTHERN BUVER3, Who promise that no effort will bo wanting on their part to make tho BBISB ANE WOOIi SALES A SUCCESS. " II is sincerely to ba desired in the interests of the Colony that this new departure may be supported by all concerned. Tho CHARGES for Selling Wool will be ns follows: Wool (including butts and bags) a consolidate I Cliar^ of 3 per cent on amount x £300 and ever. 3} per cent on amounts nnder £500. These Charges to Cover all Expenses, including Receiving, Weighing, Warehous...

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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. Parliamentary. Mr. Philp announced in the As sembly, that it was his intention to introduce a Mining Bill. \ On Tuesday, Mr. Storey's motion for the nationalisation of the rabbit peat was adjourned. Bat in reply Mr. Foxton said the Government proposed to introduce an amendment to the present Act, and in bis opinion, so far as monetary consideration was concerned, the Slate did all they possaibly could to extirpate the peat. The Diseases in Stock Amend ment Bill, was read a second time Progress vvaa made with the Es timates.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. Wool. GOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sxdsei, .Friday. WodL GOOD PRICES. The wool buyers arranged a con forence with tho Co-operative Wool Company, and the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Association at which an amicable settlement ha* been arrived at, and this dispute therefore is at an end. At the wool Balea here about 9,000 bales were sold. The prices were equal to the London values. There was keen competition, with a hardening tendency. One Queensland grower sent 1,4'JO bales of sconred wool, which was all disposed of at 16}d. Greasya made 9d.

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

Political.. «? caucus meeting of theOpposi tion" to-lay, *W"er of tebins stops to bring under the no..!?* oi Parliament tbe action of Mr. Young, iho Minister for Works, in taking the part he has in connection with tbe Uaatings election was dealt with. Mr. Barton had a successful meeting at Kcmpsoy, and stated that ho nrould be elected for a certainty by a majority of between one and two hundred.

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New Bore. BARCALDINE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 24 September 1898

New Bare. BARCAXDISX, Friday. A vote of the ratepayers bas re salted in favour of borrowing £1,000 to pat down a new town bore.

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