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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

rke "World. the Faslioda dispute has been settled, the French are still sus picious <»F Great Britain, fearing that tier armaments are interidi-il to euForce nllirr claims against France. The Continental Press declare tbat Great Britain has gained a brillmut victory in connection ; with . Fashodii,. which secarea British supremacy in Africa. . .. Lord Kitchener contradicts the story Tecently"published of -Major Marchand' having sent a letter to the Khnlifa be forethtf battle oF Ouidtirman-' inviting him to hoist the French flag in order to deter the British force frotn attacking .him. ?. ... . Tlie Anarchists threaten to take the life or the Italian Premier, and s!?o to blow up the International GonT. r?:ice which is to meet at Rome to consider the question of taking common action :i!l;ii»ist the Aicirchists. A gas expl sion in the vaults of the i nprome Court at "Washington wrecked tlie bnilding, and destroyed a number of valuable records. General Forestier Walker is mob...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Hints Co Selectors. 1. The land agent's office is open daily for the receipt of applications for land between the hoars of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., except on Saturday, when it closes at 12 noon. 2. Intending applicants for Lmd should lodge applications at the hoar and day-fixed by proclamation declaring the land open, usually at 11. o'clock a.m. Thereafter any land anselected will be open for selection from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications may be lodged before the hour and day mentioned in the proclamation, but they will not have priority over those lodged at the par ticular hour on the day fixed by pro clamation. Such applications are treated as being simultaneously received. 3. Inspect the land before lodging the application, 33 disappointment and money may be saved thereby. 4. If the land be surveyed be sure and procure a map of same from, the local Iiand Office, issued gratis. A. valuable guide to intending selectors. 5. Should the land be unsurreyed bat marked oS in portions on maps, ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

MONTHLY LAND COURTS. The Land Commissioner attends at Charleville (Charleville District) the third Friday in each month. . Sarat (Sarat District) second Friday Mitchell (Boma District) first Friday Roma, fifst Wednesday. .The Land Commissioner will be pleased to give all necessary information to intending selectors. The Land Agents at the aborenaraed places will receive applications, show m3ps, etc. _ A woman likes a man as. long as-'she holds him in perfect subjugation. When he rebels she lores him. . . Many an old maid wishes she was more respected and less respectable. We can swallow oar scruples, bat we . taste them again after they have gone. The selfishness of the. garlic-eater is perceptible in every word he ntters. Better to be born lucky than rich. Many people take the first step in a downward career when they start to ran ap bills. In the reproof of cbapce lies the trae proof of a good bluffer. j X .

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Current Events. IK last week's issao the name of Samuel Joseph White appeared in our legal column as having been charged with assault, whereas it should hove been stated that ho was the arresting eonstablo. We trust Constable White has suffered no inconvenience through our errow. A garden party in connection- with the Charierilte Presbjterirn Church has been arranged to ta£eplaee on Tuesday, the 29th instant at the residence of Alderman Billing ton. Agood programme has been ar ranged, nnd as the moon will be near the full a good attendance is expected, par ticulars are advertised. A team from tho Maranoa Bifle Club, (Mitchell), will Tisit Charloville by next Wednesday's mail train to try conclusions »ith n toam selecled from our local club, tub-committees have been appointed to attend to tho detail* of th» match and tbo entertain ment of the visitors. Twelve members have beon chosen locally, Hie beat eight of whom will be picked nest Wednesday. . Sous ol the leading saddlers in Quee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

AU?PSfoN SALE ALEXANDER, will 3all by Public Auction on MONDAY at IX o'clock", a quantity of GALVANISED IRON, TIMBER,^TANK, and a larsc asBortmint or SUNDRIES from the School of Arts Fire. ON THE GROUND AT 31 O'CLOCK M. Alesamddr. Auctioneer. TTsioa Sail, C&arlevllle. Cfh®s. an.d ??qra Wara^? HAYE pleasure in announcing (ho first visit, or the!?. ?Melbonme Dramatic Coy. OF 21 iIST30?0LITAN ABTI3T3, For 3 Short Season, commencing 3aa:c>2s^zsjsk."sr, ajar® ~%r. sa. ' Upon which occasion thsy will produce ths new and original Military Drama by Bfejrn. Pettit ana Conquest^ The Boll of ite.® 2Drti22a. Popular Prices: Baserred Ssala, 3s.; Back Ssats, 2s. Chairs njoy ba ressrved at Jlr. . Troup's, Stationer. «TH LANCASHIRE IAS3," "EAST . LYNUE," and "THE DAUGHTSS, OF THS BEGDJENIV' &.C., to follorr. W, W. NOBIS, Advance Seprsaentative. NOTICE. SALE THIS BAY. IN INTESTACY. f |^H H! C.P.3. 'will Sell by Auction, at the JL Courthouse, Charleville, at 11 a.m., the following;...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES. Wool Sales. PRICE MAINTAINED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

?fr - NEW SOUTH WALES. Wool Sales. PRICE MAINTAINED. SIDKEY, Friday. At the wool sales here yesterday 8,933 bales were sold, and the high rates maintaining daring the week were fully kept up. The highest price for greasies was 9}d. For scoured 17d.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Fashionable Wedding. TYRWHITT—CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Fashionable Weddinsr. o TYRWHITT-CATtTJEK. A. VEBr pretty wedding and ono that excited a great amount of interest ia the quite little fowti of Charlovillc, took i place at All Saints' Church on Wednesday afternoon. The bride. Miss Alice Hoel Carter, the B&'ond daughter of the late Joseph Carter, of Soma, and sister to Mr. H. J Carter of Cha<-leville, and«tho brid-£room Mr. Hngh St. John Tyrwhitt of Yandarlo. Both the bride and bridegroom have resided in the Wurrego district for some years, and the 'crovnltd church and interest taken in their marriige, testifies to the esteem in which they ara hold. Tho bridegroom was attended by Mr E. F. C. Stunning, who acted as best man. Punctually af 4 p.m., the bride attended by her three bridesmaids, Miss L. Vaughan, Miss Gricie Biker, (hor niwe), and Miss Joan_ Goertz, entered the church leaning on the arm of hor brother, who save her away. In spite of tho heat and long drought in this district, tho church was very prettily ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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LIST OF PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

JJIST OF PRESENTS. Mr Manning, gold chain and opal pendant; Mr Manning to bridegroom, silver watch bos and sovereign case; lira. V. Williams, paii bUvbt midget frames; Miss Baker, -gold hatpin ; Mr. Cowan, fancy hat pin and silvei sdap dish; Mr. Yaldtvyn, silver backed clothes brush ; Mis3 Yaldnjn, silver backed comb; Mr and Mrs Metcalf, silver backed hand mirror; Miss P. McLean, silver travel ling inkstand; Miss F McLean, Sussian l<*ath'r blotter,. mounted in silver; Mr and Mrs JF C Bolton, pair silver backed brushes; Mrs Cardew, Bilver and glass powder pot; Mrs Backland Taylor, silver topped scent bottle ; Mrs Fred. Taylor. Bilver and glass powder pot; Mr and Mra H C Wbbb, silver shoe horn * and batton hook; Mr and lira Hood, silver egg boiler; Dr Kirkaldy, silver gilt sugar and cream stand ; Sir and Mrs F. Williims, silver inkstand; Mr and Mra Knight, silver heart shaped trinket box and silver pencil and pen ; Misi Armstrong, silver pin box ; Mr and Sirs Kcnnard, silve...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Charleville Land Court. SETTINGS, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Charleville Lama Court. SETTINGS, 1898. Friday " 16 December

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Stock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others - wishing to puMish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which hare taken place in their respective districts, in this column, mil kindly forward the information ?o as to reach this office not luter than Friday evenings, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. Times Office, Friday. Our Adavale correspondent vires under date Saturday 12th: Passing tc-sfay 1,300 mixed cattle from Buckingham Powns to Esi; W- Bermodoin charge. B. D. Morehead <fc Co. report.-HIDES : Owing to Wednesday being a public holiday no^hide or tallow soles were held. Hides arc in short supply and in good demand and the tone of the tallow markets arc somewhat better. Constituents is particularly re quested to forward declaration and ccrtifi cote as to Bolting, simply fill in the forms posted yon, sign them before a J. P. and for ward us same with each consignment. WOOL: Colonial sales are now in fnil sw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Baalncas Hotlces. KIRKALDY, Coiner of Galatea and "Wille Streets. Honrs of Consultation:-9 a.m- to 10 am S SS p.m to 5 p.m.; 7 p-m- to 9 p.m Vaccination performedeveiy FBIDAY at p.m . . . CHE1VTTKT, . - Stationer and Newsagent, caiSLXleville X* "MAS and New New: Tear Cards, great --k. variety; Birthday Cards, P&oto frames, Photo Albums, Paint Boxes, Japanese Vases, ink Stands, Juvenile Prise .'Books, Toy Bootes, Serial Volumes, Lett's Diaries, &c., &c. . Country Order* Punctually Attended To. . INSPECTION' INViTED. p- J»-F ELI,, Y' " " Solictor, - - GHAKL&FTLLE. 5 lata of 'Bowers and Bobinson'e, ando T. Bunton's, Briafcanc. COBB MD CO ? - (Lzmited.) ROYAL MAIL COACHES] . 'imt COAfHBS of tl»e above Line will JL SUIT as. FOLLOWS until farther I notice:- I Angathella to Tambo-Monday, at 6 ajn f ' AugathelU to Charleville-Saturday, at 7 I a,tnj "Adavale to Charla villa-Saturday's and Toes- ! day's at 5 a-cl Adavale tol _^rj:osnindaIx-Tuesday at 7 a-m Blan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

The Charieville limes, BUBXraatD KVEBY Saturday Morning. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Tow* 5s. Od. per Quarter Craaxsr 6a. Gd. per Quarter . Scross Copy, 6d. - : ADVEBUSJWG CHARGES. One tnnTi ." ... ... 4s 0<?. Mxerj additional inch or fraction of an inch ... ... ... ... 2s. Cd Sxun>nro ADVEnnBEsmsTs.-A liberal ? Dis*cunfc will be allowed for all Standing Advertisements. Births, Marriages, and Deaths (which mast well authenticated and p3id for in advanco^ Si 6d. each insertion. Tiotices of Application for licensed Victu allers* licenses, or for Transfer of same, £1. Orders to withdraw or alter Advertise i a Xiiit bo sent in in writing, to command atten ios, and the aumbar of insertions required Ejust bo legibly written on each advortiso . sent, othorwiso they will ba publi3hed_ until anastermacdefi, and charged for accordingly. Standing Advartissmenta cannoS ba With drawn beforo tbo expiration of tha Current Qnaiter, in which aotico is given, unless on the tmderstaadin^ that ...

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The Electric Light. INTERVIEW WITH THE COUNCIL'S ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

The Electric Light. INTERVIEW WITH THE COUNCIL'S ENGINEER. Mr. Hcskoth's (the Government Elec trician) report on the the electric light rend-at the last Council mealing, con tained bo many techincal terras, thatit is an impossibility for the ordinary indi vidual to understand, ^^presentutivo of the Vharleville Tina viewed the Council'^ in order to get it English. " Mr. French will you in as fow words as possible give the gist of Mr. Hesketh'a report, first giving an outline of tho electric light from it3 inception ?'' .""Well tho first tangible result wa3 tho interviow of the Mayor and myself with Mr- Leahy of Thargomindah. Hera is the interview-briefly it states the electric light in Thargomiudali cost ;£SCQ, and had turned out a profitable speculation- In his ("Mr. Leahy's) opinion, the electric light in Charleville, would be both pro fitable and " progressive." " Y-mr next step then ?" " A resolution, carried in the Mnnicipal Council " That atep3 be taken to have .Charleville lig...

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Latest Cablegrams. Cricket. Dates of Test Matches. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

, - ^ Latest Cablegrams. Cricket. Dates of Test Matches. London, Thursday. The international t«st matches next year are fixed as follows:-Notting ham, 1st Jane; 'Lords, 15th Jane; Leeds,29th Jane; Manchester, 17th Jaly; Oval, 14th Anguat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

IPIJJFFO#,-ORGANS; VIOLINS, CORNETS, ACCORDEONS, TLDTES," AVOID CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, EICCOI.OS FIERI®!* GUITARS. BANJOS, MANDOLINES, I AUTO HARPS, CIOOBS. FOLYPHONS, ' TAMBOURINES, ! WITHERS, L__ MOU1H ORGANS, DKUMS, And every kind of Brass or other Instru ment for Bands and Orchestras, and Musical Instruments and Fitting of every 'description. IMMENSE STOCK, LOWEST PRIDES. Immense Stock of MUSIC, new publi atious, by almost every mail. Music Catalogue (117 pages) sent post free. f.IFFFIIW.FFL,, . .-I- Are Sole" Agents for -? Pitaos:-LIPP, the genuine Lipp and . SOTVN : BRTNSMEAD, STEIN'WAV, "COLLARS, Julius Feu rich," UEHEL & LECHLEITER, Carl TICKC, Gors & KALHUAN, TFI6" wonderful M-EDIIIM priced VICTOR, and the ASTONLSBII GLV perfect low priced E. BELLING. ? .'"Every new Piano sold by W. H. Paling &jCo^jLtd^ not ON'V las special meta) frame'but contain? various modern inn JSROVEMENTS in construction for extreme climates. IT IS-in. CORJSCQIIENCO of these...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

. iFon'_ifcs*. n^srWilio-.tiaFL pr.n rHcalI? . decided not to procpsd with the electric lighting sthezz?, ilia nearly ' ii-.a thai ..tie continual tinkering 'with the bore . feais btoogii to an end.,- Teste and ex penmenta may be" all very Trell. in their . Way, but we fail io see in thsai any expsse for kaspfog the town without water for hours at a stretch, 33 has been the .case on several occasions recently. On Monday night no water was procur able, and it was late on Tuesday morn ing before it was tamed on. What a sice position Charleville would have been placed in had a fire broken out f ScsoAvlast a^pearsto have been a record day for heat throughout the whole of Queensland ;and Charleville, in common With the rest of the colony, had her share of the " ware." At the Post Office the thermometer registered1 107 «?eg., bnt the instrument at ilr. Troup's showed llldeg., and the hot winds which came in gusts from the vest and north-west added to the general discom fort. The weather d...

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America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

America and Spain. The Spanish Commissioners decline to discuss the question of sovereignty oEtbe Phillipines, and propose to sub mit to protocal with reference to the islands to arbitration.

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'MASCOTT' TOBACCO. The City of Cypress Pine. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Wh>% in the 'iaftse of- tn«'sjrsK-t h<jrn.J apoon :be train r.-om'Ch&rierhie to.Can- | uaniulla c.-wa ao&'raii'-in broad -d^rStpj'ht.'.j is one of tho>:v things which"poor tnn>- j tais like ourselves ntterlj Jail to tmcU'r- ? Siantl.. \YTnca, <iie t?KM»-i»b!o 'far.'iji? \ ' extension. tvas. Spf .cclder consHevaliun. j tiso .B-jpartocai; nnnotlQCciv a" programme-! wllifcb pr"r;rM. fr>r f.V W??;"*"? ^ry' reaching Cunnamulla at a reasonable hour, but a few Brisbane merchants ob jected, and the desires and convenience of Canuamulla residents were sacrificcd to the Brisbane octopus. At least that is the impression that is left on the mind of the unprejudiced observer. There may be other reasons. One, perhaps, is thai, the train travels so tardily that she prefers, to hido her self under the mask of night. It is just as well that trains bsing inanimate cannot raise a blush. Otherwise die Western mail would ba a perpetual danger signal. An ...

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Dreyfus Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

Dreyfus Case. Two advocates go to' Cayenne to assist Dreyfus.

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Central [?] Pastoral and Agriculturad Assocition. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898

C?«B4araa 3P*»*«»ral KSSC2 AsT3«u!!48jrlS^ Associs " A' oieeiingoi tBe Gosimities ot ..-.i? ii&rs'AssueiaEioXi *faa iu 1 $ a Hnii'on.Ttoscisv --e" n, tr ?> vlcc . present hs;n-g (unr-ir), &.M." Fuiwali^/lIJ. J,; Ctirtsr;' <f. F. IT.-Loci:tit. Arfiiiiroai^'iija''^--' .akessbionann.-'.. . v.. .>. ?.....?, Tl..^ r:i-nTrran!i auu _oi- * p-tv* * "and expfsinsffd that a Comamtee motfi-i ing had been called xor the evening 01 the 10th inst., faafc it had bsen foi;n3" necassary to postpone it. The principal business would be the adoption of the balance sheet as issu?d on the llth or .Tnly last. Siaca that date Government t subsidy amounting to some £119 had j been received, and there was now a credit, of £88 53a Id in the Commercial Bunk. The next; matter was the proposed altera tion in She prise schedule. Be might snpntion that'in conjunction with the Secretary he had carefully gone through every item in last years schedcle, and considered that the state of...

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