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Our London Wool Letter. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A DISAPPOINTING FINISH. Bradford, October 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Oar London Wool Letter. {From Our O wn Correspondent.) A DISAPPOINTING FINISH. Bradford, October 14th. The Wool situation to-day is somewhat anomalous, and in bringing this series o* letters to a close, 1 cannot, do better than place before colonial readers the exact position of afftir* as set forth in tho circular aent me by the nell-knonn firin of selling brokers, Messrs. Charles Balme & Co. They aay, the conrse of prices daring the series has been distinctly dis appointing. At the close of the Spanish American war a very noticeable improve ment took place in Bradford market. It was expected that the effects of tho short fall in merinos would be acutely felt in the autumn, while the assurance of p^ace engendered hopra of increasing business with the United States. Merinos and fine-haired cro3sbreds consequently gained strength, and for a short time even the coarser grades of wool wero slightly Brmer. The movement: in Yorkshire, however, met with little response on the Cont...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
N.S.W. Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

N.S,W. Parliament In the Assembly the discaodion on tho taxation propoaala was continued yesterday. Mr. M'Gowan, on befaaU of the Labour Party, explained the Party's reasons for supporting the measure. In tho Legislative "Council Mr. Want made an excellent speech in support of the federal resolutions and declared that if the other colonies would net accept the rpsolutioqa they would get New South Wales to ac complish federation.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Oh, the Multitude who Say it! [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Oh, the Multitude who Say it! SrEASiNGofanotherxToiIS than this, & certain Book from which so many draw comfort ia times of trouble, s3ys: " The iiihabliati Ttever saitk, I am szcJc." But ia this world tha air is foil of the weary, wailing cry, " lam sick," " I anffer so," " Can nothing ba dona to rid meof pain ?" Here is another case of it-another out of a number beyond all counting or imagining. Yet this one got well. Do you want to hear about it ? or do you know ox any pain-racked mortal who might like to hear about it? Then read, either for yourself or for somsona else. "We give the facts exactly as they wsra given to ns_ "In the early part of 1880 I began to suffer from illness. I had at first a bid taste in the mouth and belched up a sour, gaseous fluid. My appetite was poor, and after eating I had a burning pain at my chest, and palpitation of the heart. £ had also a gnawing, grinding sensation at the pit of the stomach, with a feeling of sinking as though I were bein...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. BRISBANE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Latest Telegrams. * QUEENSLAND. Parliamentary. B&ISBAITE, FEIDAY. In the Legislative Assembly the Mining Bill was again considered last night in committee and good progress was made. No amendments of any consequence were made, and the bill passed to clause 207 when the House adjourned. The members generally expressed a , hope that the bill would be concluded on Monday. A Bill to authorise) the granting oF ; neWleases in certain parts of the un 1 settled districts was read a first time to-day. The bill provides for the graduation of rent according to the quality of the country, , The leading merchants have formed , a combination For the purpose of pre ! venting the selling of certain lines of i goods under cost. The combination has been formed in the interests of the ' wholesale trade, the idea being to meet . once a week to d'scusa matters and : fix prices so as to prevent catting. I *

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Charleville Rifle Range. COMMANDMENT INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Charleville Rifle Range COMMANDMENT INTERVIEWED. Mr. W. W. Hood, M.L.A., and Captain. R. B. Echlin. (president of lbs Charlevillo Eifle Club) waited on the Commandant (General Gnnter) to-day, to lay beforo him the strain the club hae been working under. Gen eral Gnnter said he would recommend that the money expended on the range be refunded. Mr. Hood thought the Government would do this. The Commandant will issue the new rifles to the club about the first of t':eyoar and a saipple uniform will also be sent to Charlevillo. The pro position for members of rifle clubs to attend the nest encampment is under discassioD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

<2 Jhe OharlevlIIe limes, nrBUBSKD BTEEY . Saturday Morning. TERMS OF SZTBSCEIPTION Tow*. 6B. 03. per Quarter Omxcxz 6b. 6d. per Quarter " '. ? " Sihoib COPY, Gd. ADVERTISING CHARGER. One inch ... ... 4a 0<? Iwiy additional inch or fraction of ail inch 2s. Cri Siakding Aj)VSBTiasstBin8.-A liberal Diseount mil ho allowed for all Standing Advertisements. Births, Marriages, and Deaths (which mast wall authenticated and paid for iri ad visaed 3B Gd. each insertion. IToticos of Application for Licensed Victu allers* licenses, or for Transfer of s?a°, £1. Orders to withdraw or alter Advert-isamon1^' j roost ba neat in in writing to com:p*;:;d atten- J ion, and tho number of jr^ertions required | most bo legibly written on each advertise:- j siaal, otherwisa. ihey will be published until j our*?rmanded, and charged for accordjnjrly. j "Standing Advertisements cannot bs iv itn- 1 drawn bsfora tho espiration of the Current Quarter, in which notice i3 given, unle*3 on th...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Small Debts Court. THURSDAY, 24TH November. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

3? snail Bsbts 'Court. TnrnsD-vsr, 24th November. BeEore J. Vivian- Williams, Esq., P. Overell & Company, v, Thomas Kettle, goods Bold and delivered, £7 7s Id. -Verdict for plaintiff with 3/G costs of court.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Britain and France. SPEECH BY MR. HICKS-BEACH, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Britain and Francs SPEECH BY MR. HICKS-BEACH, M.P. Mr. Michael Hicks-Beach, M.P., in a speech at Edinburgh said that the danger of a conflict with Franca was much more remote now than for many years past. Order was now complete m Egypt. Tl 0 Alexandria Cape-TLouke vraa no longer a dream, and the recent naval preparations had only «-03fc a Few thousands, as everything had been previously ready.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

& Magistrate's Opinion. Proves Clements To"' 1 Genuine Rercve-'.;. The Case of John J. ntzpatrick, Esq., U {Fromthe" Windsor (.V.& «".) V zSi' ~ (BY OUR SPKCIAt Rl'KiIir i.) Mr. Fitzpntrick wone«>» ? beat-known resiiluts of W im:i«r. Inspector of Po'.ice, ho has long siucc n-T «P p<*H>on an>l now live* in n' iiu.cni W reporter from the J-n'-t'e . u-lt in the dr^tvingTor-i ? ilium nattd a:Wre»-s tie^iy *.i-\\y r reject "A wuici. h- *ar ^ '* men under hini and by . Our reporter questioned Mr. 1 ,t7lM - al>out Ilia iUniva and cure, and wit* i!.i ni.ly rcroivtd , , . -1sk;V- -if . ...». . iV ,, t x.1 l.'-O ». i "ii.e diev>. i " ? . "Ant .. hat was that I " Liver complaint, and compaeitcd t ILCUCll U Troubled Kc a Good DcaJ. Neuralgia is but tlic cry of a i^rve fc better bb>otlf ar.d ni.les* tlic 1 % «r r: well the blood will be poor ke.. IacM:.:, !. nerve food. That was so m ay care, a»..; consequently ISxcruc!atii>S Pains Set Ef in the fa...

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Our Brisbane Letter [FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT.] BRISBANE, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Our Brisbane Letter [FROM OUR OWN GOBBBSDNHOEIIT.] BBIBBASE, November 22. The weather still beeps steaming hot, but with no rain to speak of. and we consider ourselves very hardly treated in these parts. Most of ue want a few years* probation on a bacff block in the far "West to properly ap preciate our comparative good fortune in the matter of weather. I fear that failins a. good fall of rain betore Xmas, many other things will be failing, that a big smash will be the order of the day. It can be seer, comine but not euarded against. Man can no more command _ tht» svpatfior than "tethertime or tide." IF the Government could do anything For the unhappy Weat, lam sure thij. woald do it, oven if it waa to giving Mr. "WraggQ the sack. But the official weather prophet is as helpless as the rest of as, in spite of all hia isobars and gred'ants. * '* * The Government and their sup porters Iiav9 determined to sit on mi til tba btsinasa of the session is ac complished, even if they have to s...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our West Australian Letter. (From Our Special Correspondent.) BARLSTON, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Out* West Australian Letter. (From. Our Special Correspondent.) SAHLSTOK, 2Sth September. THIS colony Z csliavo ia equal, if not oanarior,, to iSa oihsr colonies for 'Siibsr -Sirs working man or the capita list; for tSssassascaa wages are higher Shoa ;a ihe other colonies, 3nd if a can is thrown. oat of work ha can alwaya make inekar dry blowing, and In era ia a good opening for men with nanaj oifchsr prospecting for alluvial or quartz rsafi?. The country around any cS 4ha principal mining towns has not a3 jat been well prospected for eithor. Men arriving from other colomea in aearch or gold generally make lo where tho latest ru3h baa taken place and iho consequence generally ia that the place ia overrun with new arrivals, who hang on as long as 'Shay pcsaibly can in the hopes os getting on to payable alluvial gold. Thera haa been several new alluvial 3nda in and around Xonowna (36 miles from Coolgardie) and Broad Arrow, and thexa ha3 bean some very sich diacoTOriea made on Hampton ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

BRISBANE WOOL MARKET. FTttlfi Undersigned Members of the Brisbane Wool Selling Brokers' Association have the B plaaanro to inlimato to the WOOL GRO VV iSRS of Queensland that the cffortB which tTioj hm< continually made since the beginning of this year have now resulted in a GOVERNMENT BONUS --beinit offered of One Pound (£1) par ton to bo paid to such Wool Growers o£ Queensland as Sell their Wool by Public Auction in BRISBANE during the ensuing season. We haVB had INTERVIEWS with many of the SOUTHERN' BUYERS, who promiao that no effort will bo wanting on their part to make the BRISBANE WOOL SALES A. SUCCESS. t in rineorely to be desired in the interests of the Colony that this new departure may be supported by all concerned. fcfr CHARGES for Selling Wool will be as follows: t (Wool (including butts and bags) a consolidate! Charge of 3 per cent on all clips irrespective of size. tChflte Charges to Cover all Expenses, including Receiving, Weighing, Warehousing," Cataloguin...

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A "Worker" Cartoon. A FEARSOME ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

A "Worker" Cartoon A FEARSOME ERROR. BY THE " GLOSS TKOTTEI;." | In a recent issuo of the Worker there is , a cartoon that deserves a passing notice. It shows a map of Queensland, with a I ahark coming up from the deep and biting a lump out o£ the country. Tha shark is marked " Squatter," and tha picture ia I marked " Something that will have to be fought." The teaching i3 very clear and simple, and means that tha squatter is eating the heart onfc of the country, and the squatter ia tha man who has to be guarded against. That 13 a quaint old superstition that S38ni3 to .die hard, and it'a just aa well to njaka a rsrsark on it here and now. The men who make fhia great colony of ours are the producers, the man who grow wool and wheat, the men who raise cattle. We, who live in towc3, are not producers at all- We produce nothing bnt trouble and want. If it were ni.t for the men on the land thera would be 20 Brisbane. If the grass grew in the streets of Brisbane nest week, Queensland wou...

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Spanish-American War. Startling Disclosures. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Spanish-American War. Startling Disclosures. Colonel Kocmevelt, (an American officer) baa made starting disclosures concerning the inadequacy of the military arrangements in connection with the late war with Spain. He stated that at Santiago the arrangements were so bad that he once made an attack on another body oE American troops.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Column. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Sportusg' Column. By "Veritas.1 BACINCJ 2V3NT3 TO COME. Toners Princa of 'vvalea Meeting, Decern, ber 8. Towers Summer r-Iociinrr, December 26, 27. Townsvillo Summer Meeting, January i. Morren, 26th December. Tambo Racing Club, 26th December and 27th December. tipper Warrego Bacing Club, 26th and 27lh December. Central Warrego Bacing Club, 2nd JaDU aiy, 1899.

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Russian Activity in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Russian Activity in Clima. Twelve thousand soldiers are now reinforcing the garrisons in Russian China, making a total of fifty thousand troops at Port Arthur and fifteen thousand at Taiienvran. Russia is also harrying the building of warships intended for the Far East.

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Rifle Match. CHARLEVILLE V MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

CHAELEYUiLE V MITCHELL. The Cbavleville Rifle Club challenged tie Mitchell Club to shoot a Jriendly match with them at Charlevillo, and tho Mitchell men having accepted the challenge, came to Charlevilla on Wednesday evening last and tried their s£i:l against the local club on tho following day. Shooting was coinm-nced as half fast 7 o'clock and the match was finished v.i about 3 p.m. Sir. Fassler was unable to shoot, and as the Mitchsll team ahoi with ona man extra, 'they allowed Mr. F-szIcr an average ol 55 points. The Slitchsll Club finally won by 33 points. The following axo the scores:- i CBABIEVJIAS T2AU. 300 530 tfOO Total, yds. yds. yds. J M. White 30 29 2S 85 W. B. M'Kenzie 24 23 18 64 ? H. 3. Carter 22 25 11 08 ? M. Hooper 20 19 17 56 | G. Hooper 24. 27 4 55 V. C. Marks 19 18 18 55 3. HTPherson 22 14 14 50 ' W. Troup 14 20 10 44 Average forC. Fassler ... ... 55 ! 625 MITCHELL TEAM. 300 500 600 Total, yds- yds., yds. T. 3. Cook 24 23 24 71 J. Chishohn .27 28 14 69 H.J Coxbe...

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Tariff in the Philippines. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Tariff in the Philippines. Senator Hay, American secretary of Statu, announces that a tariff will be enforced in the Philpinnes against all countries, including America.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Jrioks^ lie*: A cricket catch wsa pla7£d C21 tie Sa-irs ation Ground, Giiarlavilla, oa Sands? zdicz noon last, between frro local tear33, reors semius STew South Wale3 and the TVorid. The day was very vrann, bat the cricketera did n.'t seem to zalnd this very much and great .escicement prevailed. Tha bowling of 0Oertz.(24 for 7) was a feature of tha game. The foIIovriEg axa the individual scores» New SOUTH WIISS. F. Hooper, b Goerta ... ... 10 J. Pierpoint, b Gcera ... ... 3 G. Hooper, b rt. Lynch ... ... SO E. Stephenson; b Las .. ... 3 J. Harris, 6 Krone, b Goertz ... ... 1 Ii Elcfcardson, o T. Lynch b Goertz ... 2 v7. H. Bray, c Prince, b Carlisle ... 1 K. 2yan, st. Lane, b Goertz... ... 2 T. Carter, c Krone, b Goertz ... ... s E. Hinion, Lb.w. b Goezfes ... ... 8 C. If. Hooper, not out ... O Sundries ... ... 4 70 Soiling Analysis:-Goerfe, 24 rnn^ 7 wickets; Las, 21 runs, I wicket; Carlisle, 17 run3, 1 vrickei; W. lynch, 4 rnn% 2 wicket. T3E WO3ID. P. Goertz, b F. Hooper ... ... ...

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Latest Cablegrams. Roit in Corea. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 November 1898

Latest Cablegrams. Roit in Corea. London, Thursday A political riot lias occurred at Seoul, tho capital of Corea, daring which 23 personB were killed, and Japan has been invited to restore order in the pimnsnlar.

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