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Lord Salisbury's Expressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898
Lord Salisbury's Expres sions. Speaking at Manchester, Lord Salis bnrv said it was desirable to>iiave a further agreement with Russia re specting China. England needed no alliance For her own security, she was well able to stand alone aided by her own children and sister nations be had helped to educate. He further advocated to maintain the good under, standing with Germany, and the cor dial co-operation with America. Commenting on Mr. Chamberlain's speech, the 3?rench Press expresses astonishment and disappointment at England not being satisfied with Fas hoda, fearing sho intends to force the solution of all ontatandingjdifferences between the two countries. Kang-yu-wei has memorialised the foreign ambassadors at Pekin get tha aid of the Emperor to destroy of the power" of the Dowager who is guilty of murders, unsarpation, and regicide.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Intercolonial Cricket. BAD SCORING. ADELAIDE Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Intercolonial Cricket. BAD SCORING. ADELAIDE Friday. The South Australians ovule a poor show of fielding against the Victorians, whilst the latter did splendidly. For South Australia Jaryis made 11, Chnmer 11, Lyons 21, Hill 3, GifFen j 0, Iiecdman 5, Peters C, Jones -1, Evans 0, Hugo 11, MclCenzie, not out, 25, sundries 1, total 98. Victoria won the match by 296.
Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 November 1898
New regulations governing tlio portion and pay "of State school teachers were gnzattcil on Saturday last. Amended general conditions of contract have baen issued by the Works Depart m The Queensland Turf Club Spring Meet ing vrns brought to a very saccesafnl ter mination on Saturday last when the Sonth port Handicap was won by Boacobel, and the Stanley Plate by Music. About £4010 passed through the total ^ator, making fh« grand total for the three days of about £14,175. The jockey J- Russell was disqualified fur six months by the Q.T.C. stewards on Saturday last for striking A. Colleyina race with the heavy end of his whip. " An accident occurred in the Flying Welter Handicap, resultinz in the death of the racehorao Idol. Bribie, who fell over Idol, had Ids shoulder broken, and the j iokey WJieelehan sustained a broken faults of the musical examinations con ducted under tho auspices of the As sociated B»ard of tho Royal Academy of Music and tho J£«yal College of Music appear in anot...
Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
Week's Epitome. ? 0 A lengthsraan named Lynch, of Losnn lea, while going homo on a trolly on Friday evening,. 18'h instant, met-a light special eiuiino, and had barely time to throw himtelf clear, receiving serious injuries. Mr. Napier Bell has inspected 'the Townsvill" harbour works. About- £450 worth of zinc precipitates was stolen from the No. 2 Klondiko works at Charteis Towers on Friday niaht The watchman states that ct 11 o'clock he was accosted by a man who threvr a handkerchief over his face, and be re membered nothing more for some hours, when he found his bands tied and the precipitates sone. Henry Millican bns recovered £700 damages from the Day Dawn p-c. at Charters Towers for injuries caused through the engine-driver over winding. At thi» carnival of the League of Wheel men in Sydney the International Scratch Race was won by Megson by I hree lengths. Walne won the Ten Miles International Scratch Race at the St.Kildu cycling meet insr. A number of serious landslips have ...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
Municipal Council. THE Charlevillo Municipal Council held its fortnightly meeting in the Council Chambers on Wednesday even ing last. There were present:-His worship the Mayor (Alderman J. Arm Htnmg . in the chair, Aldermen Filz Walter, Billington, Smith, Brennen and Gibbs. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE Inward:-From Mr. Amyon, ra rates. From J. Barrowcliff, asking for a road beside his property. From the Charle villo Progress Association, asking the Council to enforce its by-law re d&lt;>i>s; also as-ing that a trough bo erected at the railway goods gate. From J. Rncho. making application to tap the main in tno separate places so as to connect with Mr. Aeschimaim'a present sorvice. From Brisbane newspaper Company, regretting that the Council was dissatisfied with the views »f Charlevillo which appeared in tlie Qnccnslaitder. From Mr. W. W. Hood, M.L. ?*., re the railway tariff. Mr. Hood stared he had interviewed th...
Wednesday, 23rd November, 1898. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
"Wednesday, 23rd November, 1803. Before J. Vivian-Williams. Eeq., P.M. Disorderly Conduct: John Brown pleaded guilty and wss fined 10s. and 3a 6d costs of court; in default, 48 hours in tho cells. Before J. Vivian-Williams Esq., P.M. and M. Alexander, Esq., J. P. Timothy Cummings pleaded guilty to tho charge o£ disorderly conduct and was fined 10s, with 3s 6d costs of court; in default 18 hours in the cells. William C'hivers was charged with the same offence and also with : assaulting the police, but as he did not pat in on appearance his bail of £5 was estreated. It the matter of tho garnishee order IX. O'Donnell v J. Power, sergeant of police, a verdict was given in favour of defendant, with Is Cd costs of court and £1 Is pro fessional costs.
New South Wales. Reid's Taxation Proposals. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
3^r@-&lt;sr sortesir Taxation Proposals. Sydney, S*ri cby. The Assembly sat until 3 o'slsci and completed ilia coniidsrsiios. of Mr. Baid'a ta-ation proposals, ihs rasclfc being that tea duty an tea iia fcssn reduced i?sm 3d to Id. Tag proposed duty «f 23 par ion or. rlcs waajj abolished, aad iia dnty c2 £3 per tan cq aug3T was rotsinsd. Tha duties en precsmd candiad funis wera retained at rates eqiial to tha dot? on sugar. Tea Sydney Zlorxing Marsli sff varsely criticises Mr. Baid'a paada? ing to tha Laboa? Party, and advises him to resign for tia saka of hia own. credit and that or tlie colony. Trrenty-ciia persons wer8 killed by an esploaioa In a rocket factory at 2?ikoI*ieG, in Bossia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
/ -i :-«i ^WE flSE TO DRAW YODR ATTEHTIOH TO THE 1ARSE AMD VARIED STOCK WE HAVE ON HAHDAlfDfM «>. i", «- it INE AND SPIRITS OF .-A Vast Variety, MILXJXOSRY (high-class). done on the TAILORING DEPARTMENT has proved a Great Success, and cbntinues under management of our first-class Cutter. DRESSMAKING.-To this last ad&Mbn' io bur business we would particularly call the attention of our lady patrons, Having secured the services of a lady costumier who is at the top other profession, we have every confidence in being able to give satisfaction. WZE STILL C03STTI2sTTTE TO GIYE I2^STJ^^3&lt;rCiiEI coxr^oisrs to otjr CUSTOMERS. The Thrifty Housewives by dealing at our Establishment may keep them? elves Insured against Accident.
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
Stock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others wifkisg to pul liah reports of Btock sales, stock movements. and rainfalls, which hare taken place in their respective districts, in this eolamn, will kindly forward the information ao aa to reach this office not larejthan Fridny erenings, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. Tikes Office, Friday. Oar A da vale correspondent wired under date, 22nd instant as follows:-Passed yes terday 10,000 sheep from Jlilo to Oak Fork; 0. J. laird in charge. ' Messrs. Doigety & Co., of Brisbane, advise that their next wool sales will be held on Saturday, 17th December, when they expect to submit a large and attractive catalogue to a fall attendance of leading Southern buyers. All wools arriving at their stores up to 14th December will be included in tbo catalogue. Tbero passed through Charleville on the J 7th instant, 2,000 ewes, the property of Messrs 4lwyn and Co.; Mr. H. P Alvyn in charge. Then have be...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
A nxom has been circulated to the effoct that Mjb. Symonds has decided to relinquish music-teaching altogether, but M'l. Symondawisbes to deny this, and states that she will reaums 1 nil ion in the second week in January, when she will return to Charleville. A storm broVe over Charleville on. "Wed neaday afternoon and a nice shower of tain fell. On Thursday afternoon and evening rain also fell and tlio thermometer to-day is down to 78 degrees-a very pleasant change to what we experienced at tho beginning of tho week, namely, 110 degree?. Ox Monday afternoon a, very thick dust storm sprang up and every nook and comer was soon filled with fine particles of dust. All tho next day tho air was very thick and tho sun was not seen all d«y." On Wed nesday, however, tho air cleared somewhat, and tho sun's appearance was greeted with ioy,_ tho Ciarlcvillo inhabitants evidently preferring to ba scorched by the sun than to bo ohoked with dust. As will bo Been by reference to our ndvor | columns...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
Xaslaass notices. ' ^ DR. KIBKALOY, flftlates and Wills Streets. Him*«£, Consultation.:-9ajn- tol0am;2 - -p»m to 5pj»-; 7 p-iri. to 9 P-m ... VaeonatioB performed every EBIDAY at PJ& - - CHEMIST, - - Stationer and Newsagent, cdaaxleville XJIAS and Now New Year Catda, great . . Tariety ; BirtliJay Cards, Photo Stame®, Photo Albums, Paint -Bo«»» 3uuubo;Y88G8, lob Stands, JuTeuiioPriffi Boob, Toy Books, Serial Volumes, Lett * Diarirn, &c., &c. Country Order* Punctually Attended To. . INSPECnOIT INVITED. JGr. JST. JSell, ,-c.; V w. S61ioi£ar>. ? - .. ' CHAJ&EIT&LE.M ? ..;Xite of Fbwers and Eoliinsoa*9,;and o T. BantoaV Brisbane, COBB AND C O (LIMITED.) KOYAL MAIL COACHES] ' COACHES of the above lane will " B t».TTV oa IjOLLOWS until further BOtjccr-. ' AtygrthnTlx. Jo'Tambo-Honday, at 6 ajn _ './jwferihmV*. to Charlavilla-Saturday, at 7 ft^1t jLSsvale to Charleville-Saturday's and Tue» day's at 5 a.ro. ?^tisvsle tol-jrsoHiindah.-lasaday at 7 a-...
Tuesday, 22nd November. Before J. Vivian-Williams Esq., P.M., and M. Alexander Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
Tuesday, 22nd November. Before J. Vivian-Williams Esq., P.M., and M. .Alexander Esq., J.P. Obscene Language: John Woods pleaded not guilty to this charge and was defended by Sir. Beil. Mr. Lockcit appeared for the plaintiff. Defendant was lined £5, with 15s. costs of court, and i'l professional coats; in default two months' iiard labour in Boma Gaol. James Byan was also charged with this offence and was fined £3. with 33 6d costs of court, and El Is professional ccats ; in default two months with hard labour in Boiaa Gaol.
Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, 21st November. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898
Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, 21st Kavcmfcer. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.3T. Obscene Language: Thomas Boach pleaded guilty and was fined 20s, in default, 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour; for lesisting the police h« was fined 26s., in default, 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour; sentences to be cumulative.