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More Chinese Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

More Chinese Railways. A British-Chinese corporation has contracted for anothor railway in China on terms identical with those of the Shanghai railway.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Charleville £and. Court. SITTINGS, 1838. ?rid»y " 21 October " ' 18 November " 16-Decomber

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Late Sitting in the House. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Late Sitting in the House. The Assombly sat till 20 minutes past 4 this morning, when some itenia in connection with tha Defence Forcp estimates wore passed. Stonewalling was indulged in as a protest against the Brigade Office for its treatment of the volanteer system.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Chamberlain and America [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Mr, Chamberlain and America. Mr. Chamberlain has returned From America and hopes the Anglo-Ameri can Alliance will soon be realised.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

A, BAND, Wholesale and Retail Storekeeper, Forwarding & Commission Agent, MOR Y EN. Public Notice. EF. C. 3IANNING lias pleasure in an . nouncing bo bos secured the sole agency for the s$le of Ice manufactured by 3. H. GEDDES. BIRT, & CO. LTD., at their Charleville Works. * BLOCKS from Gibs, to IOOU13. {rice Id. per lb. delivered anywhere in Charlerille, or tracks at works. Charleville, 17th October 1898. Situation Wanted. THE ADVERTISES geeks a Situation oa Store and Bookkeeper on a Station ; he is thoroughly Conversant with all kinds of Bush Work. Can superintend or erect Buildings. Has highest Testimonials for steadiness and capabilities. Apply, " A. B." Times Office, Chaxlcvillc. 17th Octobcr, 1603. School of Arts. THURSDAY, OCT. 27. ANNUAL CHILDREN'S IN AID Oil' THE CHURCH OF ENG LAND BUILDING DEBT. TICKETS :-Children Is., Adults 2s. 6d. DASCIITO:-730 to 10.30, for Children only; 10,30 to 12, for Adults -OF WARREGO. Notice of Election. J tho UNDERSIGNED. hereby ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

BRISBANE WOOL MARKET. rVUxiS Undersigned Members of the Brisbane Wool Selling Brokers* Associatioa have the X pleasure tcMntimato to the WOOL OBOWERS of Queensland that the efforts which tfoj Bavfl continually made ainco the beginning of this year liavo now resulted in & government BONUS Muff offered of Ono Pound (£1) per ton to bo paid to auch Wool Growers of Queensland aa ?Imil Sell their Wool by Public Auction in BRISBANE during the ensuing season. W* have bad INTERVIEWS with many of the SOUTHERN BUYERS, who promise that nn effort will be wanting on their part to make the BBI38 4NE . WOOL SALES *A SUCCESS. tia sincerely to be desired in the interests of the Colony that this new departure may be supported by all concerned. he « ih AHflBS for Soiling Wool will be as follows (Wool (including butts and bags) a consolidate I Charge of 3 per cent'on all clips irrespective of size. Theee Charges to Cover all Expenses, including Receiving, Weighing, Warehousing, . Cataloguing, Fi...

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Death of Mrs. Spencer. [AGEd 73 YEARS] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Death of Mrs. Spencer. [Aoiid- 73 TEAKS] ^Residents of tho Maranoa district 1 trill (earn with sincere regret of the 1 decease of Mrs. Spencer. Her spirit ! passed quietly away early on Sunday morning last. The deceased had reached the ripe age of 73 years. She had been ill for the past two months, being- first attacked with congestion of the liver, followed by influenza, which left her in such a we at state that she gradually sank, and passed away as above Btated. Mrs. Spencer was the wife of tho late Bev. Charles Spencer, M. A., who officiated asJ Church of England clergyman in Boma from 1S66 to 1S73, and who died in October of tho latter year. She was the daughter of Sir James Dowling, first Supreme Court Judgo in New South "Wales. Her brothers living aro Judge Dotvlinc, retired, of Woolhara, and Vicent Bowling, Moas ! man's Bay, Sydnev. Her only sister living is Lady Hodgson, of Clopton, Straford-on-Avon, wife of Sir Arthur Hodgson. She leaves a grown up family of four son3 and ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Warrego Electorate. MR. HOOD'S MEETING. DISGRACEFUL INTERRUPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Warrego Electorate. MB. HOOD'S* MEETING. DISGRACEFUL INTERRUPTIONS A public meeting was belt] in tbe Cbarleville School of Arts on Wednesday evening last to heap the political viewa of Mr. \V. VV. Hood. Tho building was ^totvded and it was evident at the outset ?^Pt the "back-corner crowd " intended to interrupt the proceedings. The Mayor fMr. John Armstrong) oc cupied the chair. Sir. J. Leahy, M-L-A. was also on the platform and addrossed tho meeting in support of the candidature of Mr. Hood. The Mayor said:-Gentlemen, next Saturday you will be called on to elect a member for the Warrego. A few weeks I ago I had the pleasure of introducing Mr. .Hood to yon as a candidate for your suff rages. He then cava you a brief outline of hia policy, and told you that before the election ho would address you ogam more folly. Mr. Hood 13 therefore here to night to address you. I don't supposo that he will repeat to you all that ho said last time-that would bo unnecessary, but there are severai ...

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Strangles. BUNDABERG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Strangles. BCNDJUJEHG, FRI day. Strangles are very prevalent among horsea in the neighbourhood of JBida yold. .

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Latest Cablegrams. The Kaiser on the Tramp. ADVERSLY CRITICISED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Latest Cablegrams. The Kaiser on the Tramp. ADVEIiSLY CRITICISED. LONDON, Thursday. The London Daily Chronicle vio lently attacks the Kaiser for honouring the " Barbarian " by a visit, one, they Bay,<( whose crimes against humanity are as notorious as they are horrible " they also say " It is a scandal un paralleled in recent history."

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VICTORIA. The Cup. MELBOURNE, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

VICTORIA. -O The Cup. MELBOUBNE, Friday I Massmissa, and The Grafter are equal favorites For the Cap. .Amberite, Dreamland, and Clarion I have hardened. I There has not been mnch wagering done. The latest pricoB are 100 to 9 against Amberite, 100 to 8 against Clarion and Dreamland. I Other hcrses are unaltered.

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Correspondence We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements maae by our correspondents. The Warrego Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Correspondence TFe do not hohl ourselves rexporutble in tmy way for t/ie'opinions expressed or statement* mane by our correspondents. The Warrego Section. To THE EDITOR.-Sir,-As an impression appears to be in the minds of some of the Warrego electors that my retirement as a propose?< candidate mn unnecessary, 'I beg to state that the requisition, promised to w, asking me to come forward, was never handed : to me, and to the best of my belief was not mi'n prepared, which, I think, left the coarse I toot open to me wichant slighting the electors. The sudden death of our late member precipitated the election by some months, and whilst £ was prepared to come forward as a candidate if sufficient, time was available for me to satisfactorily arrange my commercial affairs, it would bo ruinous for me to do so under conditions which would disorganise my business. Under these cir cumstances T think the electors will be satis I tied. -Yours, &c.9 I A. AhiHJUlllAJNN. To THE ED...

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Legal. Charleville Police Court Monday, 17th October. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Legal. Charleville Police Court Monday, 17th October, Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. A Chinaman named Wee was charged wita unlawfully having opium in his possession. The case bad b«en adjourned from the 3rd instant. He was fined £5, with 5s. 6d. costs of court; in default one montli in Boma Gaol with hard labour; tlio opium to bo forfeited. Drunkenness.-A first ofrondci was dis charged willi a causiou- An old offender, jtwt out of gaol, wu3 also discharged. James O'Mara pleaded guilfcy and was fined 20s., ia default 43 hours in the cells. Frank Farrell a'so pleaded guilty to this charge and waB fined 5s-, in default six hours in tho cell3. Obscene language.-Anthony O'Connor was charged with using obscene language at Wyandra- There was no appearance of defendant, and ha therefore forfeited his bail of £3. Tuesday. 18th October. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. Drunkenness.-Patrick Dwyer plpaded guilty and WHS fined 10a.. in detault 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour. ...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Current Events. Bishop Stretch is expected by this evening's mail train. His Lordship will bold a con firmation on Sunday. The first mob oE cattlo which were sub mitted to crush inspection at tho pound yards under the new regulations oE the Diseases in Stock Act passed CharlevQle yesterday. Tho tremmondous heat for tho past week culminated in rain yesterday morning. Some smart showers camo down and when measured made a 0*30 record. The Btorm broke over a large area including Thargomindah, Cunna malla and Adavale. An examination of candidates for the pub lic service will be held on the 10th, 11th, and 12th of January next, and will bo attended with the usual conditions. Intending can didates may odlaio any information upon application at the affico of tho Public Ser vico Board. In Saturday's " Government Gazette " the Minister for Agriculture notifies that the Government of New Caledonia has pro hibited, provisionally, the importation of animals and provender from the colony of Queen...

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Charleville Meat Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Charleville Meat Works. On Monday last tlio CharleviUa Meat Company's works commenced operations for the first time. The machinery worked faultlessly, bat anfoitunately it was dis covered that the refrigerating chambers wonld not be required for the stock being operated upon. We Iiavn already men tioned that 20,000 ewes from Milo would start the ball rolling. It was hoped that a fair proportion of the hind legs of this mob wonld be sufficiently conditioned to warrant chilling and sending to Brisbane for transhipment to London. The demon "drought" deeided. the qnestion. Long stages without water, and no grass be tween Milo and CharleviUa had a dis astroua effect. The sheep were conse quently consigned to the pots. Messrs. J. H. Geddes, Birt, & Co. Ltd,-as is generally known-are the lessees of the works, and as the same firm has bnsiness relations with the Redbank Company near Ipswich, which Company has suspended operations for some months owing to ex tensive alterations being...

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THE Charlebille Times. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22ND, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

THE Cfmrlebtlle Ctmes. SATtTEDAT, OCTOBEB 22SD. 1898. BEFOHE this paper reacliea a number of our patrons there will be a member elected to represent tbia important district in tbe Parliament of Queens land. " And yet long before tbe time appointed for recording votes to-day numbers of qualified voters will see these lines. To them we appeal. Not so very many weeks since there was an understanding thatoar towns man Mr. A. Aeschimann would place himself in the hands of tbe electors of the Warrego district. "Well, at least he was asked by a representative meeting of town and country men to consent to allow himself to be nomi nated as a candidate. At that time the late Mr. Crombie was alive, but he | had decided not to enter the political arena again. The action taken was not to leave tbo choice of a candi date to the eleventh hour, there being no idea at tbe time of a bye-election, or of a dissolution of Parliament. Mr. Aeicbimann reluctantly consented; he, however, made one proviso, a...

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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Week's Epitome. . -- Mr- Ingleby, chief observer at Mount Kosciusko, ha? resigned, and has been succeeded .by Mr. B. de Burgh Newth, second in charge, mho is at present in Brisbane. A. demonstration of the Ipswich and West Moreton Friendly Societies on Sunday in thoTowu Hull was very largely attended, and resulted in contributions to the hospital funds amounting to £16. Tho Queensland Yatch Club held a series of raaes on Saturday afternoon last. Several boats were capsized. Tho Hon. J. C.'Heuasier, who has been Hbsent from the colony for some time, left Sydney by mail train for Brisbane on Tuesday. An examination of candidates fox the public service is to be held in January Dest. Tho Austral Scvift Road Race on Satur day to Cleveland and back was won by T. Moore. The Safety Club Road Race waa won by R. Wilson. The case of tho Brilliant Company v. Craven, for the recovery of 120,000 tons of tailings, was tried at Charters Towers, and resulted in judgment for the defen dant. The New S...

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Judges' Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 October 1898

Judges' Movements. Mr. Justice Cooper has received nine months leave of absence. He intends to visit Europe. Judge Paul was to day sworn in as a temporary judge of the Supreme Court. He will probably proceed North, and exchange with Mr. Justice Chubb, who comes to Brisbane.

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The Weather. Great Heat. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 October 1898

The Weather. Great Heat. The weather is abnormally hot, the temperature in the shade being over 100 deg. which is the highest for October since 1893.

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29TH, 1898. The Late Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 October 1898

THE Cfmrletotile Ctmes. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29TH, 1898. The Late Election. THE fiuht is over and one® more the district or "Warrego ia represented in the Parliament of Queensland. Prom «be 17th September ("the date of the death of Mr. Crombie) to the 22nd October (polling day) the electors of tbp T^arwfio district bad no voice in the"* administration of tlie affairs of the colony. Everybody regretted the circumstances which led to this bye election, but regret bad soon to b» pnt on one side and a practical view of the situation taken. Three candi dates were nominated to fill t'>e vacar.cv-Messrs. David Brwunn, Cbnrloa Decimua Francin. and Wil liam Waltei® Hnod.-ana as tbere waP only a seat for one, two of them - be djfapjginted. The most prominent supporters of the«e candidates soon formed them selves into committees, and each com mittee worked hard to secure the return of its particular candidate. There was need to work hard, for the time was short Bequis'tions were snnn in' circu...

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