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Our Brisbane Letter. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 October 1898
Our Brisbane Letter. [FKOM OUK OWN COIUIESRONBESX.] BEISBANE, October 11. What think you oat "West of oar patriots now ? And, above, all what is the average opinion of Hoolan's coat-taila ? Of course, we don't want the views of the clement which dis tinguished itself in one of thu strike disturbances somewhere about Auga ibella some years ago-tho element that, according to Inspector Stuart, took down its nether garment and os posed ita nakedness by way of con veying thoughts too deep for words. This element will jump out of it3 nnthfr garment with jay, and plump for tfie boot-Snisher to a man. AH £I>e mora necessity for those of a different way of thinking, those who do not bolieve in the Legislature of tho country approximating a drunken shearers* hut or drunken navvies' camp, stauncnily adhering to Mr. Hood, This bringing out of a third candidate i3 done with a view to splitting the Anti-Socialist vote. If vou doubt xna, turn to the last issue of "the ofScial journal of the fed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 October 1898
THEY CALL IT A MIRACLE I Doctors give film op I Hospitals discharge him 13ICUS3ABEE , A DARK GLOOMY PTOSPECT1 A RAY OF SUNSH9NE and a PERFECT RESTORATION. (Br OUR SPECIAL BEPORTER.) WHAT is locally Considered 3. WSiracSa lias lately been performed at Silver Water, sometimes called " Ibbcttown," GO many Ibbctta livo there, a prettily-situated village near Auburn, and about 10 miles Irons Sydney, on tho main suburban lino. 5fe\vs_pf the pcrfcct restoration of healtU to Mr. Wiliuan Ibbett having got abroad, to dispatched one of our reporterato the district to institute a searching investigatisn into the case, and find out T5te ASKSoSwt® Tfru-ift from Mr. Ibfeett and the neighbours, "Jr-io appear to have made the ease ono of geciKil interest in the neighbourhood for some time past, for it Ua3 been a daily subject of conversation among3t the many psoplo acquainted with the particulars. The reporter could not malio the oeoplo he questioned understand which mecibar of the Ifcbett family he...
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BRISBANS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 October 1898
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BHISBANS, FHIDAT. A bill to repeal to Townsville Muni cipal Loan Act, was read a first time. Leave was given to introduce a bill to establish a university. Alao to deal with mining on private property. The afternoon was spent in discus sing Mr. Cross's bill to abolish attach ment of wages. In committee Mr. Drake succeeded in enlarging on the definition of the term " workman " to include, manual and clerical workers of both sexes. The debate waa adjourned until after tea. The second reading o£ the Officials in Parliament Act Amendment Bill, after a protracted debate, was defeated bj 34 to 27 votes. It waa urged by the Opposition that this was tantamonnt to a defeat of Government, which view Mr. Dickson refused to recognise. He said, in a reply to a question from Mr. Glassey as whether the Government intended to proceed further with business.-" Certainly." Messrs. McDonald-Patterson, Bell, Leahy and Armstrong delivered strong speeches again...
Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 October 1898
Week's Epitome. Between the lat Jane and the 30th September 50,061 tons of sugar have been exported from Queensland. Mr. C. A. Green, of Philadelphia Com mercial Musemn, is tn Brisbaue far the purpose of inviting the Chamber of Com merce to sand representatives to a congress next year Mr. Thalloa left Brisbane on Sunday to attend a conference of railway traffic managers in Sydney on the subject of the border traffic. Mr. George Scott will now prosecute on behalf of the Crown at tho Criminal Sittings of the Circuit Court at Bundaberg and Maryborough. The additions to the Department of Agriculture are being poshed forward 33 rapidly as passible. A public meeting has been held in the Valley to endeavour to secure a local re i rorva aa a recreation ground. At the New South Wales Rowing Club Regatta on tho farramatta River the Amnteur Sculling Championship was won by W. L-imbert, but owing to tho bois terous weather the procedings were little j bettor than a farce, and two of tho four co...
Cunnamulla Convivialities. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 October 1898
Cannamulla. Convivialities. Ibstbhday (says tho Kouii Adcocate of the llthl :-Xho railway was opened to Cannamnfln. and the parallel ribbons of steel now connect the isolated Cunnamulla mth the gay and festive capital bringing the one within thirty hours* journey of the other. This is a vast improvement oa the old days of travel when in certain woather it took aoveral weeks to reach Cunnamulla from. Brisbaao. Bat all that is altered hojr.and before uiany years wo shall sea Cunnaaiulla connected by rail with Bourlie. The people west of Charlevillo will liavo two routes to Sydney, that by Cucnamulla beiaa by far the shortest How the opening of tho lino to tho westorn terminus is lively to aileci Soma ts a question worth considering from a local point of view. Uorni is about laid way between Brisbane and Cunnamulla, and it will soon bo necessary to establish Government railway workshops in a more central situation than Ipswich and Tcowooraca. B-ona's claims m this connection aro paramo...
French Navy. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898
French Navy. M. Locfrray, tbe French Minister for Marine, intends to mobilise tbe French fleet bv tbe beginning of tbo year and fit ont vessels with storeB and monitions sufficient for a long campaign. The Premier of France has agreed to tbe proposal and in tends to submit a Dill to cover the expenses incurred.
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BRISBANE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BBISBASS, FKIDAY. In the Assembly Mr. Lisaner's motion that the House should take steps to acknowledge the attainments of the services of the late Premier, the Hon. T. J. ByrneB, after con siderable discussion was unanimously adopted, thongh certain members re served the right to oppose the form in which the Government might give effect to the motion. After tea the Bill dealing with the destruction of marsupials was read firstly. The Estimates were then taken. The Defence Force rote was dis cussed at great length. The Brigade Office was much cen sured for their action in connection with the Volunteers. The debate was very uninteresting. The House indalged in an all night ' sitting. ,
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898
Stock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others ?making to pullisli reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which, bare taken place in their respective districts, in this, colnttin, will kindly forward the information ?on to reach this office not, later than Friday evenings, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. ' Kennard and Co., Xoowoomba, report having sold direct on account of owners tho HoganthuUa Station situated in Warrego district, Queensland, comprising about 500 square miles of country together with be tireen 44SOO and 5,000 head of cattle at a satisfactory price. Purchaser, T. De M. Hurray Prior Eeq. There passed BeyneUa on the 12th instant 600 cattle from Oakwood to the New South Wales border. Mr. Coiwell in charge. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' As sociation, report as follows for the week ending, October 15th 1898: - WooL-16,353 bales offered in the Sydney market during the past week, (he catalogues being represent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898
the Oharleville 7 imes, PUBUSHBP BVBBT Saturday Morning. TSBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION To-mr sa. Od. per Qoarfor Coram Gs. 6d. gcr Quarter Single COPY, 6cL ' ADVEBTISnfGGSABGJES . One inch ... "... .. - 4o (M. Every additional inch' or fraction of an inch 2s. Od SXAJTDIWO ADVBBTISKMBlfTa.-A liberal ^Discount will be allowed for all Standing Advertisements: ' Births, Marriages, and Deaths (which mast well authenticated and paid for in advanco, Sa 6d. each insertion. Notices of Application for Licensed 'Victu allers' licenses, or for Transfer of same, £1. Orders to withdraw or altor Advertisements must be rent in in writing to command atton ien, and the number of insertions required Bust be legibly, written on each advortise »est, otherwise thoy"Will bo published until, ountermanded, 'and charged for accoi-dinTly. Standing Advertisements cannot bo With drawn bsi'oro too expiration of the Current Quarter, in which notica is given, unless on 8he understanding that each insertion will be paid fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898
Sosinosa Hotlces. DR. KIRKALDY, . Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. . Bonn of Consultation0 a.m- to 10 am (2 p.m to 5p.m.; 7 p.m. to^9 p.m Yinerfnnfion perform ed every FRIDAY at pffl - - CHEMIST, - - Stationer and Newsagent, caxaurle-sTille. XSCA8 and New New Year Cards, great ?ariety; Birthday Cards, . Pboto Frames, Photo Albums, Paint Boxes, Japanese Vuses, Lak Stands, Juvenile Prize Boob, Toy Books, Serial Volumes, Lett's Diaries, &c., &c. Country Order* Punctually Attended To. INSPECTION INVITED. ?. F-'P ELL, . Solicitor, - - &lt; CHABLEVILLE J T-fa> o£ "Somen' "ad BoMnso&'s, and o T jgonton'i) Bnstano,.. COBB ABtt> CO (Liiixxr.13.) m. JROTAL MAIL COACHES] fK COACHES of tie above line will SUN as FOLLOWS until further ASStbfllb. to Tarnbo-Monday, at 6 ajn ^ to Charlerille-Saturday, at 7 A(JaTOto*to Cfcarleville-Saturday's and Toe« -Tuesday at 7a-Bl BlMkall to Tanibo-Tinrsday, 5 3.m. jjujjngnn to CoaMsinllar-Monday and ?ru2ay, 3 3»32» Char...
The Soudan French Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898
The Soudan French Trouble. Mr. Hicks-Beach, speaking at Tynemouth on the present trouble with France, said if France insisted on retaining Fashoda, it was because she wanted to quarrel. Great Britain's foot was dovrn and the Government were prepared to do their duty. Backed by the united nation she should shrink from nothing, and there was no reason why France and Britain should not act on friendly lines, one on "West and the other on East Africa. The British Dross hare adopted a calm attitude on the question, being confident that the Government are prepared for any emergency. ^here is much activity in the French naval stations of Toulon, Cherbourg, and Brest.