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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

To Correspondents. T. A. B.-We have beeii obliged to curtail jour letter considerably owing to the fact that you refer to certain matters previously pub lished and apou which we some fiino ago stopped comment. F. W. -No, thanks; we are not so flush of funds that we can risk a libel action. R. S. D.-Many thanks; will le p'aased to hear from you again. I

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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THE BACILLUS AND THE LION [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

THE BACILLUS AND THE LION " I am no more afraid of a boiled bacillus than I am of a well-cooked lion," says Br. Alexander Hill, MaBter of Downing College, and Vice-Chancellor 'of Cambridge. Now, the authorities affirm' that oat of 900,000 babies born annually in Eng land and Wales, probably not more than one in twenty lives out his natural live; and the writer thinks that estimate is too high. ^ All the rest die-bar tho few acci dentally . killed-from preventable dis eases such as .measlesj scarlet fever, small-pox, influenza, consumption, &e. a long and dreary list, all the maladies on it having a family likeness, and all arising from, and propagated by, germs. It.iarlikely; that one-third of the cows have tuberculosis, and, of course,. people drink the disease in the milk. It rea'ly does look as though it would be a good idea tn boil the bacillus-as . early in hia career as possible. If neces sary we might cook the lions lateron; they are comparatively harmless, anyway. ' ...

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SENSATION AT ADAVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

SENSATION AT ADAVALE Mr. A. H. Pegler, J*.Pr»a director of the Charlevilla Sheep B6grd,"~is the centra of peculiar interest^. in thKtiie has passed through an /extraordinary experience. " " .'"! .MriPegler,wh6is a proaiirieut Justice of tho Peace, resides at, BoonJooa, Adarafe. Hia atory runs thus:-I am sixty-two yoara of age, and Iiavo passed through an experience which I trust will not he repeated. Sometime a go I became a victim to indigestion which Brought on terrible pains in the left side. Lwas unable to exert my selfjand at .times'became so Fahiivui diesy that Xsta«gcred.and afiiKUifr fel( r lost myappetite, and Food did not benefit, ma properly: - At different times I consulted some of the best doctors in the eolonies, but little, im provement resulted, aud many patent medicines wero tried" without effect. One day I was recommended to- try Dr. "Williams* pink pills for pale people. After taking them foPHoma time, the pain abated; and. a continu ance with them cured m?. Now l...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. Divisional Board Elections-I TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

Correspondence.. We do net Ttold ourselves responsible MI any wag for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. Divisional Board Etestaons-I To XHE EDIIOH. Sip,-Aa this circular letter ia being sent round the JVIurwch division to injure the chances of members who have sup ported ma in th: chair, I would be obliged if you would publish it with this in the first issue of your paper. It ia aa interesting effusion in that it seeks to cast reflections on me as chairman and my supporters without condescending to say why they .ire made or that the proposal to displace Mr. McKellar for No. I, which subdivision fya property ia in and replace hint by Mr. JDowliug whose property is in No. 3, would be desirable fur our division of No. . {"Mr. Brodio here refers to " negligence of the hoard's business by the clerk and hindrance of business by certain mem bers," correspondence ou which subject wan stopped soma time ago.-ED rimes.] The poiut at issue in these elections now p...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before the P.M. Thursday, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before the 1\M. Thursday, 10th Jaaaaey. "Verdicts were given for plaintiffs in the following undefeuded cases:-Fits-Walter & Co. t. Honry Smith, goods sold, £L 16s 3d; John M'Namara v. John Gilvb, goods said, 18s ; W. J. Overell & Sons,' v W. VY. M'Donald, goods sold, £19 9s 2d..

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Legal. Charleville Police Court, Saturday, 5th January. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

Legal. Charleville Police Court, Saturday, 5th January. Bofore J. Viviaa-Williams, Esq., P.M. I>arcBiiy.-Ada Hart and Emily Hart wore charged with this offence. Con. Btable Fitzpatrick gave evidence of arrest James Esapr a chair mender, seated that he saw the two acoused coming oat of his shop wheu he was coming towards it. Witness searched an old coat and missed his pares containing money and a goW ring. Witness then ran after, tho accused and got his parse from them. The case was then adjourned till the 9th instant' when the mother of the acensed asked that they might be dealt with sninmarily. Tbe two girls were sent to the Tbovroomba reformatory for one year.

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SIR J.R. DICKSON Death in Sydney. On Thursday. General Sympathy. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

SIRJ.OICKSON Death ill Sydney. On Thursday. General Sympathy. Syduejy Tlxareday. Sir J. R. Dicbsou diedat 2 o-'clock this morning in the presence of bis two daughters*. Widespread sympathy is ex pressed in Queensland and the southern colonies. The body is lieiug -conveyed to Brisbane where a public fnneral will be accorded the deceased. Statesman on Saturday afternoon-.'' . [Snt JASTE3 EOBEBT DiGKBOjf was born at Plymouth* England. oal50th No vambsr, 1832. Mr. JJxc&soa arrived In Victoria ia ISo-t aud removed to Queens, laud in 1862 where he entered into busi ness as an auctioneer, winch he followed until 1SS9. In 1873 lie entered Parlia meat as the representative of Enoggera, and repreaanted that electorate up to May, 1888. At the general elections in 1888 ha waa defeated for 1'oorabul, and in 1892 waa'' elected for Bulimba by a large majority, which electorate he represented up to~ the "time of his death. Mr. Dickson has held mait/ offices in Parliament in cluding that of ...

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Oparation against Invaders. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

Oparatioa against Invaders. Major-General Henuiker'a force, including the Second Coldsteam Guards, holds an extended line sooth of Sutherland and the invaders | ha/& moved westward from Jfraser bnrg. Fonr British . columus are operating from Middleburg and horses have lieeu commandeered from Warrenton and Worcester. The Boer vanguard is now 20 miles from Picquettburg. ? The invaders nave been instructed to strike out the British com munication with the coast so as to compel the latter to hurry south wards to deal j with, the intruders, Commandant . Botha meanwhile acting on the offensive.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

Muiweh Divisional Board. A-yvmal Eiectioiu I HEREBY appoint FRIDAY, the I8th Januasy. 1901 at 12 o'clock noon, at the Board's Office, AlfredBtroet.OharIe 1rflla^aatha data and place of Nomination of Candidates to fill the Vacancies came bytho retirement in accordance with the requirements of the "Divisional BoardV Act of 1S87 " of the fallowing immbers and auditors, namely - WILLIAM JAMES M'KELLAB, Subdivision Ko. 1; WILLIAM EDMUND GONNEES, Subdivitri >n No. 2 ; GUY WYNNE PEYTON1, Subdivision No. 3; . Auditors: HENRY JOHN CARTES, ARCHIBALD BENJAMIN CHARLES j WEBB. Aa the nomination papers muet be do livered to zae before 4 o'clock on the day preoeding the day of nominafc'on I will be mattendanco at tho Board's Office from 3 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, the 17'h January," to recaivo nominaiicnF. And I farther notify that I will, at 12 noon on Friday ik* IS'Ii January publicly annonnoatha names-ofihe Candidates who shall have been duly nominated, and Mao, if necessary, Sz tbo day on whic...

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A COLD FACT WHY IS THE MOST POPULAR MEDICINE SOLD TO-DAY IN AUSTRALIA, BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS? IS IT THE PRICE 13½d. PER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

A COLD FACT war IS THE MOST POPULAR MEDICISTE SOLD TO-DAY IN AUSTRALIA, BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS? IS ITTHEPRieEiaiJ.PJSIt BOX. k .Price* lias'a great deal to da with the popularity of jn^cines, but In the present ease mentismspoodibfa for tbe millions; of boxas solcl. For iUdsSratioa tho case~ -giveii^belo w - frppcT^Briabane allows tliat on every; tiiind, and all over' cares are being affected. "" . Mr. Mergentlieani, of Miry Street, Brisbane, oat of gr<ititnde for his care, has written a? tbe following letter which reads-" Having suffered for many years with . indigestion, and having con sulted leading doctors withou- any bcneiicial resa.lt, I at length resorted to Bile Beans for Biliousness. Before I tried the~Boaa3 tny liver was thoroughly out of order and the pains in my back were so excruciating, and the agouy in tbe left shoulder was BO great as to cause, me to spend sleepless nights. My -eyes were heavy' and my skin became sallow. 1 was so bad with indigestion i...

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Jimmy Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

Jimmy Governor. " No photograph OT black-and-white drawing of Jizamy Governor give3 . any idea of tae half-caste who held'. 200 miles of territory in terror, and who ia credited with a veritable cata logue of capital crimes- Ho has tha: cheat of a champion light-weight, the arms of a gymnast, the'. legs- or. a Sheffield favonrite, the hands ci a skilled mechanic, and trio ehouldera 00 a young Hercalos.-; Thq small,' baudsotnely-aliaped bead, wits ita crop of black, glossy hair, ia mora Spanish in suggestion: than aboriginal; it ia perfectly poised on a neck in, jeopardy. The ears are normal and nicely shaped ; the eyebrows ai*o ia. a straight lir.s and not too heavily marked. The eye3 aro big, clear, brilliant, and black. "The . nose . is strong, fairly-shaped, and not typically fattened at tho nostrils, althongh there 13 tb9 insinuation of the abori ginal caste. The upper lip ia deep and the lower lip is thick and droop ing. The closed mouth is cruel, bat when Jimmy laughs the v;ho...

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HIS SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

HIS SUCCESSOR. The ijaestidu of the late Sir J. B. Dickson's successor iu the Federal Ministry will not be decided for a week bat Mr. Philp's name is mentioned and failing hint Mr. Thynne will be asked. It is considered probable, Ltov every that Mr. Pliilp will Be induced «o accept the offic,6. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 12 January 1901

IMPORTANT NOTICE. ANYONE REQUIRING Of Any DeicHptio0^Mfeve? MNNOT M BniE^HWfLftVE ANdSOEfl AT Wbt .* CfjarMjtU* * C^ities ?«»---? ? "-"T^ f* *?'ljJt-LC-1 - " *' * 22 '- i --.a WE bars recently added to oar Plant one of the famoMAmericati | "Gordon Eat^ Job ofj toraing out work equal to any in tfo metropolis. We aaia aba added some of tit* latest faces iu Type and' Ornaments, ao i thafc tears is. bo n&ecssity to send to Brisbane for work that caa be done in! Clssrla-riila. . 908VSSI 22&&BE&98 , : BirszNESsii c^bds 'i .>» i-i-c . cisctoabs YZSZTZHG OiBOS* COHCERT TICKETS, BUBBEB Oar Sabfcer Stamp Deparfczaeatjhas alao been great!/ Bcpleniahsd witfc thftvES«8Msit«8| For that Business. Oar Stamps compare faraunblj witli tlwaiai asda anj.v^ere else in 1&9 world. ^STWe mike only ONE QUALITY i*BE £0 ^BUSINESS MAN SHOULD BE WITHOUT A STAMP. Zfc lf> Hecessary &4Janetin Every Good Basinesr ? WE ;AR^ PREPARED TO RECEiVlS ORDjSRS *B I ISTJDT...

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Weather Forecast. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

W<aatli©r Forecast Brisbane. Friday. Throughout the country fine to cloudy ad hoi weather is expected to prevail; scattered rain generally in connection ?mill tliundentorma, nenrtlie seaboard and particularly over ttioj Peninsula; winds T37iabl«. ABCHIBALD ANDERSON, Acting Govt. Meteorologist.

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HOW BALLOT PAPERS ARE TREATED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

lk)V/ BALLOfpSl TREATED. §&. . To THE.EDITOR. - I »1 "'.--Oitisip. mil .fastest, I -tasked. i§>v' t«e clerk tn-.jcpw me liow lie bailpjt ^^£v3_JV;r__ tiri '.-eleetu-jsi in '.?February, Ib'UQ, Iis-d .HeGiVt-Tisai'^ap. The:votiajr pspari vteta pfcalac«J without ooy. seal asisg.st'iacised to tlic paper cuatasBin# isata ; ia fact tlj»7 lu.d just been tied ap wifcli 3 pifce of rpd tatie, no care .being taken by sealing them to prevent anyone seeing who the votes were given for. Oa my expressing my surprise and d:~gask in Ilm clerk that each a state of tiling should exist lie in'o'inei me that lie had nothing to dc with the' matter; the retujiii:t^-«ft]c<».r for the last elections vras responsible and had left them so. Waef Iier that is the case or not I can not express an opinion, bat the e'erk of the board acted as poll clerk af last eleefcious and must have been awarr they had been left in the open way stated. The Act states thifc all voting papers must he sealed ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

To THE EDITOB. Sio,-Although I know you have closed th>. correspondence on certain insiiiars ia connection with the Murweh Divisional Bo.ird, I trast you will afford na» spscc in your columns to refato the miiicitiu3 attack Sir. Brodie has made on tha conduct of tlse Board's business daring- tlm to-ra I was eha:nuan. Mr. BrodiV in Lis Icfte.' to you of 9th instant 32/73 " TIic point at lsaua in tlio elec oC p<?a£ ng whether this care oi c.iaducliii^ the board's M^ce 1808 is to he J-erpetuated -. i \i1w J,t\ run the boaid or iu other .. ill? ?jil Tag the do^ . or vice < v * X2!' sir. i consider that this >' <. ii act only 'it> unqualified un <> - i (is. jratuitoas insult to the >J$' "*? tlie f^ ^ i $*$* at issue iu the viL ^ v lythzT the electors %< '!' *<» % J-,t the chaiimsi t ^ r ' >r or whstlier they i I . ^ wnaf Hr. Brodie , , jcjil on several ec "NiLlul ' a v > ! Jctwn of the board" ic consid...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible its any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. ELECTION MATTERS. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

Correspondence. We do not hold owradota responsthlt it* ANY LOAY for lite opinions expressed or tiaiemeni* made £>Y out correspondents. E LECTIOKIIATTERS. . > To THE EDIXOE . SIB,-i-]Re Divisional Board clevtioue. I must cnve space in your columns to {bank 5f«V Brodie for advertising my candi'dat'tro io your last issue, bat an I perfectly well able to do that part WKif tthp holiness myself, without the as sistance of the "returning-ofilcer "* I most aak him in fotiire to leave my name entity alone. The election is being < <krriad on between Mr. McKeHar and »nv«?If in a perfectly friendly manner. Tlicu why. I ask, should the " re turn i»tf-of5cer " interfere ? Personally I an» standing as an independent member and do not <?ish my name to be drawn j Into auy controversy, but iF returned Ti-»p.-» '.'-ir rt thii assistance of the other gjSinbpr? to tvin back, if not all, at least igonT* of tlio prestige that has been lust *»t ili? board. TIio one s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

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The Transvaal. [LATEST BY CABLE]. Kruger Backs Up De Wet. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

The TransraaL ("LATEST Br CABLE]. Erugar Backs Up Da Wet* London, Thursday. Ex-President Kroger, on being interviewed, said he approved of Conuiiandaut De Wet's action in flogging and shooting the members of tte peace envoy,- which he con sidered a proper revenge for the exeeatiou of Cardaa at Pretoria.

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Soirting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

5 Scorting. ] a <25 4 As wilts expected, L^ts* BaiS, ias I , American icckny, scads the list of | winners in fingland last jear. Ha -Ijss j 143 wic3toh:3 crsditocii of 553 ridas. ? ' Sasa Loatss, the . cLaspica is l3S3rf j come3 seccad '.vita 237, so Ee:5 bests j ; him fey sis ?wins only. J. Bain 13 third, X with 124 wins; O. lladdea fourth, vritpi 9S; P. Itickaby Sitb, with 84; and then J coecs J. T. Sloan and Zi. Caancu witli jj 82 each. | 7 § The Great Jtortliern Derby of .£50if, \ which was ran at Auckland on New l Year's Day, mast hare resulted against | general anticipations, for Mr. J. D. | Ormond's Renown, by Dreadnought from | Lyrebial, who won, paid a dividend of j £18, au* thi3 ia a small field, for tlie | final acceptors numbered but eight. i Mr. II. Mosniau was second with I Formula, by St Leger frotn Fonao, 1 and Messrs. 2Tat::an ran third -with | Beddington, by Seaton Delaval from j Miss Letty. The mile and ti-half was ] ran ia 2tain, 40sec. | TLt; Natal 2I...

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