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Our London Wool Letter. (From Our Special Correspondent.) A SPLENDID START. WOOL RISES SATISFACTORILY. London, Sept. 23 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 5 November 1898

Our London Wool Letter. (From. Our Special Correspondent.) A SPLENDID START. WOOL RISES SATISFACTORILY. ? London, Sept. 23 1898. To scores of Yorkshire wool-buyers, it Boemcd to bo quite a treat to start once again for tlio scat of operations in London, tho long vacation since last series seeming to bo qnite the length of a generation. Bat this long vacation hni not been with out some good, it bavin": given all the trade the opportunity of getting worked up, and of bringing men into form for baying. As will be seen from tho table below, a good stride forward haa been made in merinos since London Inst closed her doors, and as men left the varied centres cf industry they all felt that they would have to pay more money for fine stock than they did last time. But, nothing daunted, a very large number of home trade buyers said they mnst have some wool bo the price what it may, and BO they set forth fully determined to be in at once taking wool. Tho opening of tho fifth series of sales ha...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1898. WEATHERING STORMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 5 November 1898

THE Cfjarletotlle Cimes. Satubda.'S. Novestbeh 5TH. 1898. WE ATHERIH" G STOBMS. IT is a common eayiog that no one knows what he can stand until put to it. The tact is that human vitality, probably vitality of all kinds, is quickened by obstacles, and finds compensation in such Quickening Fop the strain put on it by adverse in fluences. It is much the same in the body-politic as might be gathered from the late experiences of the Min (istry of Queensland. Some six months ago Sir Hugh Nelson retired from the Premiership. It was 4ben i known, in inner circles at any rate, i that there was some difficulty over the succession, and that, conpled with the retirement of the old leader who had lead with such a strong hand, takinghis party to the country in '96 and bringing them back stronger than ever, was expected to prove the undo ing of the Government-. It was re ligiously held in the political coteries that the party could never get along without Sir Hugh Nelson Sir Hugh Nelson, it may be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 5 November 1898

IMPOUNDING^. IMPOUNDED ufc Clmrleville on the 28lh ?October, lS'JW, off enclosed lands ofc pirfion !Mr, I>y order oF M. G. Onuston, E-q. Dririnj Is. Bnmnges 2s. 6d. Diirk Blue Bonn or Groy (ieldinp, faint brand lite J. indcscribnbla brnnd nenr sIiouWw, slur, white patch near hind leg, saddle Bay Mnra, Jifca KQ& near shoulder, like WO ?: off sliouider. Bay Co!*: bloze face, off fore pud Iiiiid feet while. blotched indescribable brand near slionlder. If not rrleased on or before FBIDAY, 25tU November, 1B-JB, w;Ilbe sold tu defray expanse?. J, Gr. GREEN, rouuillici'iier. TEASS ZM: SSARST. SALE BY AUCTION Tuesday Hext, 8th Instant, AT 2.30 P.»r. The Balance of the Stock-in-Trade of tho late P- Saltern, Deceased, (LATE STOREKEEPER). M ALEXANDER ha* been instructed . by J. Partridge, Esq, oxccutor to tho will, to Hell by Public Auction, oa TUES DAY NEXT, 8th instant, at tlic store of ll.o late P. Dal to o, cornor of Alfred and Houite streets, The Balance of tlie Slock-in-Trade,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 5 November 1898

BRISBANE WOOL 9ARIET. mhiS Undersigned Members of the Briabaue Wool Selling Broken' Adsociutiou have the JL pleasure to inlimato to the WOOL GROWERS of Queensland that tho efforts wliieh thflj have continually made since tho beginning of thi3 year liavo now resulted in a GOVERNMENT BONUS being offered of One Pound (£1) P®** t#u to be paid to such Wool Gtdwocs of Queensland a3 shall Sell their Wool by Public Auction in BRISBANE during tho ensuing season. We have had INTERVIEWS with many of tho SOUTHERN BUYERS, who promise that .no effort will be wanting on their part to make tho BRISBANE WOOL SALES A SUCCESS. j jg sujceidy to Bo desired in the interests of the Colony that this new departure ' may be Bupported by all concerncd he CHABGES for Selling Wool will be as follows, .; . (Wool (including butta and bags) a consolidate* Charge or 3 per cent on all dips irrespective of size. Those Charges to Cover all Expenses, includinz Beceiving, Weighing, Warehousing, Cataloguing, Firo Insuran...

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NEW SOUTH WALES' The Premier's Taxation. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES' The Premier's Taxation. SYDHET, Friday. Afc a caucus meeting of the Oppos tion it was deeided to challenge the Slinistry raising the fiscal qafstion in the Premier's taxation proposals. Kir. Barton gave notice of motion censuring the Government. The House adjourned until Tues day. "Wool Sales; At the wool sales on Thursday 6700 bates w sold, the competition being h- enand ^ ;ve>l maintained. The hiijiifHt prices ft-r greaai« a was U*J.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Sngiiiesa STotlcea. DR. KIRKALDY, Corner of G3latca and Wills Streets. Hotstb of Consultation :-9 a.m- to 10 am ; 2 p.mto5 pJS>;7 p.m. to 9 p.m Vaccination performed every FKIDAY at pan - - CTranTTST, - .' Stationer and Newsagent, O^sarle-srille "^»7"SIAS and New New Year Cards, great ?af'V vnrictjr; Birth Jay Cards, Photo Frames, Photo Albums, Paint Boxes, Japanese Yasas, Ink Stands, Juvenile Prize Books, Toy Books, Serial Volumes, Lett^a Diaries, &c., &c. Country Order* Punctually Attended To. INSPECTIONS INVITED. P- f J* - . ? Sdidtor, - ; ? ' CH 'AKLEPILLB. . Late of lowers and Robinson" s, and o. T. Bonton's, Brisbane. COBB MD O O (LIMITED.) : SOYAI* MAIL COACHES] TS3 COACHES of the- aboro Line »ill 2UN as FOLLOWS until further I sotioo:- : - . . Augatballa to Tatsbo-Sfonday, at 6 a.m Augsiiielii to Charleville-Saturday, at 7 3.SI, j 3j3srsla to ChszleviUs-Saturday's and Tnea-'\ day's ofc 3 a.m. Adarala toli.^raotBlndali-Tuesday at 7a.ni SlacSsll to Tarnbo-Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

X53URHSD BTBBT Saturday Morning. ^33E2J£5 OF SUBSCRIPTION ... ... ... 8b. Od. per Qmrici wfvxzsr ... ... 6s. ea. per Quarter Etarsxs Co FT. 6d. ?ADVERTISING CHARGES. inch ..." ... ... . _u ^ .Oreiy additional inch or fraction of an inch ... 2a. C<! ScAKDIiro Advertisements.-A liberal JpiiitoTiEfc will bo allowed for all Standing AdTertisrcneQts. Sj 6d. each insertion. -^ppli&ifcion for licensed Victn ^c®csea' or for Transfer of samp, £1. Orders to withdraw or all or AdvortiseniPnis Stilt bo sent in in writing to command atten hkj, and the number of insertions req-iired Qlisfc be Iff^ibl^" wri'lsn on eacli adverlise S3$at-, otiifrwisa they will be uublished until asfftaw.sRdpd, and charged for accorrfins'^. ^ Hiasd.iag -Advertiseirento eaanofc IV [fh aro^a !!:j-?^nh-at-on of the Current ~ "whicli nolic» ia given, unless) on i&ojaadarataEdina that each insertion will ho £?ssi .or oa tco fall seal? of charges. ? instructions for t!i<* nithdrawal ax...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

BlIlilE WOOL MARKET. yrpv.(?. Ucde'-3:;p-.oa Members of tlie Brisbane Wool Sellinc Brokers' AssociationJ»w> JL ptaware tolntimato to the WOOL GROWERS of Queensland that the efforts which they have continually made since the beginning of this year have now result. .! in a GOVEBNMENT BONUS beiflff offered of Oao Pound (£1) per ton to bo paid to such Wool Growers of Queensland as shall Sell their 'Wool by Public Auction in BRISBANE during the ensuing season. We have had INTERVIEWS with many of the SOUTHERN" BUYKjW..who promise that no effort will be wanting on their part to make the BKI3B VN.B« "WOOL SALES A SUCCESS. i ia sm^erely to be desired in the interests of the Colony that this now departure . . . : may be supported by all concerned. fa* CHARGES for Selling Wool will be as follows ; ~ ; , JWool (including butts and hags) acansoVdateiPJ^ao OV 3 per cent on all clips -^.^^raize. - _ Ihese Charge3 to Cover all Expenses, inclndin? Receiving, Wei^hin^, Warehousing Cataloguing, Fir...

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Lard Mayor's Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Lardliiyor's Show. The Lord Mayors' precension was a splendid spectacle. Much prominence wan given to th<» idea of the . Anglo-American Alliance. British sailors carried the American flag, and American sailors carried the Union Jack. Australian miners and Colonial troops were aIao^repre«ented.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

the Hot WeMher iiici a ffaSaria! Climate . generate ^EVER AND AGUE. Clements Tonic RESCUES & RECUPERATES a HMD "REDUCED TO SKIN AND BONE. (r.T ors STKCIAE* aEPOSTER.) Jr*viijj> received information of the ;!!:yiil«r aucofs.M of CI meiita Tonic in curing K. .S. <;ii-S> of fever, and ; .'c'nili'.y aribin-r out of that com out rvp'itor callcd < n the Utc fUlicrrr at liio resuU'-M'C,No.21 Fivncis silre^i. Sy(h:t-y. Mr. Gil>l> w:.s in, and said fce Uois.M lie 5'icaseii to famish full Particulars of >5:3 !33ness ami the manner in which Clements Tonic '^prlie.a ii ftom 5jis system. "A very til.xthuilc ;ui<i diiiicrdt complaint to <Ut-1 *it)> K t! .'u :< vcr," s-dd Mr. Gibb, in answer^ to a qui sunn pat to him by the reporter; .' not so much the illness itself, hnt if* after consequences arc to be " W iil you he g^cd ? nongii to tel! me chora jir.d_how y u fir*t contracted this disease V' . "Certainly I will. I...

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Latest Cablegrams. A Rumour. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Latest Cablegrams. ABnmonr. LONDON, Thursday. A Russian paper the Notosti fears Great Britainjmd Turkey were about to join the Triple Alliance. The French fleet at Toulon are re ported rc ady to proceed to- sea. Lord Salisbury, speaking at the Lo-d Mayor's banquet said the French evacuation of Faaho^a relieved Europe of a veiy heavy threatening storm. England bad taken the necessary precaution* for immediate action, which bad now apparently' passed; bnt England's aim was to be able to gather together greater maritime forces than any opponents. The battle of Omdnrman bad modified the position in the Soudan in the same manner Tel-el Kebir tad previously.

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Our Brisbane Letter. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

[FaoM Otra Ows CosaEa?oxaEST.J Bbisbase, November 8. The first Monday's sitting of the . Msaion came o£ yesterday, and re Colted in a fair amount of business being done, although the Labour posh bristled up at the promotion of Mr. Pinncck. The patriots do not lore Mr. Pinnock. He was a tnagis~ trate ' who bore not the sword - in vain; and the push have a mortal down an all those people. Mr. .'pinny" Keo^h had to stir up the unsavoury waters of ancient history to get at the nevvly appointed «herifF. It was that great old timr> some 25 years ago when tho O-ange and the Green held a Donnybrook Fair at Ipswich, and ad om- result of which Dinny himself was constrained to contribute £10 to the consolidated rerebneand retire into private life Cor six we**&a. A. perfect terror iaa Dinny Keoeh in his younger duvs, and even now ha can turn outc* balls " with Zh» beat of them. ? » # . The BsJimata* are mostly through now, so that more time can bo given to tha Mining Bill. The Govern...

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Q.N. BANK CASES. NOT GUILTY. Fall Acquittal. THIS JUDGE'S REMARKS. BRISBANE, REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Q.N. BANK CASES. NO!' GUILTY. Fall Acquittal. THIS JUDGE'S REMARKS BBISBANB, TNEEDAJR In #««» Supreme. C->nr» to-'lay, 1'. Fe- Z. Mr. Iiilloy, and Mr. Lubin addressed -he jury on b»ha>f «>f t'>« defendants. Hart, Morehead, and W-bstor-respec tively. '' . "* / Co tinsel in etch case reviewed the evi dence and contended that th«-w was nnthin; to 'shour that the defendants mn ?pired to commit an illegal act. T«py c-»>fident!v/ask<-d for the acquittal of their re*pectiv® clients- i The /Chief Justice. nniqin no'd - his snmminj; op at hnlf-pinl fwin. . His B-'nur reviewed the whole «»f the evi.letjc."' in a in iaterfiil maitm-r. He said. the defeud inta w.ru charged with thre* «ff*nc-s; firat, conspiracy to deceive and defraud shareholders ; sec» id,- to d-'coive and de fraud creditors; third, to deceive and de fraud the general public His Honor's suinmini; np occupied three hnnrs. The jhry retired at half-Riist five, and returned into (he onrt an hour later wit...

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The Mitchell Rabbit Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

The Mitchell Rabbit Board MEETING <>f the above Board was he?d it th- ir < ffio- rs on Thursday 10' h instant. Th- re ». r» pp. seift, Mvsars. Fouler, (in flio cliaii.). Br«df«, CiUfr, Murray, I. E. P.-jton, and J. S. Avery; (Government Inspector). MINUTES. The minutes «>F the pnArioaa meeting ?eKreadand coufirnn-d. CORRESPONDENCE and BUSINESS ARISING THEREFROM. Inward:-Apologies for non-attendance wore received fr«.m T H. Hamilton, (telegram), W. J. Younjj, T. 6. Millar, W- W. Hoodand leave of ahsonce ? was granted. Audit-committee, (I. E. Peyton and T. Al Brodie), atating vouchers &c-, were in order. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. Challeville, November 8, 898. Tho Chairman, Nitchell Biibhir Board. Sir,- I have the honour to repor that acting on your instruction!! to insiwct- and report up na propo-ed "check fence from the Lcicnhardt fence running west to strdcn exist int* station rabbit netting at a point south of where Stockade Cie.;k enters the Wive...

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Stock and Station. SqtixtisiS, Agents, Proveni, and others wishing to pn1 ll*h re potts of stock sales, stock Koremests. and rainfalls, whicb bare taken placo in their respective districts, in this column, will Kindly forward the information to M to reach this office not later than Friday evenings, In order to ensure its publication in &h* following day's iaaue. Trass Office, Friday. The Sydney Wool Selling Hrokers Associa tion report as. follows for the week ending Jfovemfcer5,1898: Wool.-25,381 bales we»o Offered this week, and 2 > ,806 sold. A strong market prevailed for most descriptions, the exceptions being inferior and faulty tovoIk especially when vary earthy and bcr y best merino greasy and fine crossbreds m t as Strang demand as at any time previously, and *t»» coarser crossbreds have also shown some improvement; medium to inferior classes just about maintained the r previous position tfcougfa there w.-woccasional irregularity; fine clothing and 1 nabs' wool met...

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Charleville land Court. SITTINGS, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Charlevillo liana jConrt. SITTINGS, 1898. «a*y ,, ' 18 November - n 16 December

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VICTORIA. Wool Sales. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

VICTORIA. Wool Sales. MELBOUKKE, Friday. Sltue opening ihe prem-nt woo] sales market, alt ««>od wo"l* are »'ea<l:)y improving. Prices »rfl faily 5 ,>cr ce«>* above oponiug rate*.

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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamantary. BRISBANE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamantsry BHISBANE, FETDAT. Tn the Assembly yesterday, private members* day. the second reading of a bill to legalise consultations was thrown oat on technical grounds. A resolution was passed affirming the necessity of the appropriation to provide State advances to farmers. Mr. Smith's Bowen Railway fix tension motion was pas-ed after be ing amended in several particulars The debate in Committee was re sumed on the Mining Bill, and good progress waa made. The House adjourned at Clause 24, at 10 o'clock. ' The members were tired after an all night sitting which lasted till 7 o'clock this morning.

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The QN Bank Prosecutions. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

The QN- Bank Prosecutions- I In tbe Supreme Court the Crown entered a nolle prosequi against the late auditors AIe»srs. Kobertson Strong and Southerden.

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Charleville Rifle Club. (By Ex Volunteer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 November 1898

USSsmt Charleville Rifla dub. (By Ei Volunteer.) Ah a meeting of tha committee of the club held last week at their club hoosa, tho PTormiu Hotel, i woe decided ta tak« edvaa talge of the holiday <in the Prince of Wales* Birthday to shoot a match amongst tha members, sides to be choson on the ground ; 7 »hot* e*ch at 303, 509, and COO yards. The necessary arrangements wars made by Cap tain Echtfn, President, Sir. Slaeliensie, hon secretary, and Mr. Whyte, and oa Wedneo* dav morai"g, 'ho members and their friend* assembled at the rend zvouo, all ready for a ?tart a little after 7 am. A beautiful morninif, and the ciear ccol air made tho run oa' to the ran go very anjoyable. On ar rived it was found that the mariar (Pater ol Coob.f) had made an early si art, as the target was ready, flags hoisted and everything in order. No limo was lost »>y t he members in unhitching horses, getting ammunition ou», blackening sights), etc. Sides were picked ny air. 31o.-bonzio and -Mr. i...

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