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Offer to Refaud the Money [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

OJfar to Kofaud tti9 Mtmey Many thousands uaye beeu restorwi to health and hippiucw by the uao of Chitit bcrlaiu'ti Gondii BemcJy. If afflicted wifcli any throat or lung trouble, give it a trial for it in certain to prove beueficiul Z/Oaghs that Iiave resisted all other treat ment for yearrf. buve yielded to thi-f remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seetced bopeless, that tbc climate of famous Imlth resorts failed to benefit, Iuvo been paruianentl*- cared by its use. Bear in mind that every botte is warranted and if it does not prove bene ficial tha moaey will be refunded to yoa Fot eale by Fitz-Wolter and Co., Chirte villci 1

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

To THE, BiiiK.-A rich lady, cured of " <js3 and noiara 111 tlie bead by Dr Artificial Har Drums, gave "l Institute, so that deaf people Vara the oar drums may b»v» dd r»ea, 5io«37d, tbeNicbol [Longcoifc, OannoTobofyi A. SHEARS WIT.r, commence BUSINESS in Cliarlt Tiilo, on. tho 1st Folraair, as a Baker & Confectioner |. TOWN & COUNTRY OBDEBH PBOMPXT EXECUTED Parties and Socials Catered FOP. .Alfred Street, Gharleviile. (Oppoaito Post Office.) Mr- P. G. Boys DEHT18T, (From H. & A. Boy*. Tcowcomba), MAY BE CONSULTED AT AESCHIMANN'S HOTEL. ON lltli and 12i& Fetarapy. Electoral Notice, ff^HE Bi-3Ion£hly (February) Court (o ?» adjudicate upon Claims for RopIh tration for tha Electoral Districts of BUL LGO and 'WABREGO (withm th» Ada vale Division) will be held at the Cc/art House, Adavaie, on TUESDAY, 3th Feb ruary. 1901, at 10 a m. Dated at Adavaie, this 7th January, 1901. JOHN NAUIiE, Electoral Registrar. Notice, mHE UNDERSIGNED has for SALE or...

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Sydney Wool Market. SLIGHT DECLINE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

Sydnay Wool Market SLIGHT DECLINE. Sydney, Friday. The Sydney wool market hie suffered a slight dccline owin>» to tlie London i advances not being bo satisfactory as I ^uticipateJ. j

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Pretty Wedding. BELL—FITZ-WALTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 19 January 1901

Pretty Wedding. BELL-FITZ-WALTER. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at" Dara, " the residence of his Grace Archbishop Dunne, on Wednesday, 9th instant, at 2 o'clock, only the nearest relatives being invited. The bridegroom   (Mr. G.N. Bell) is a popular solicitor   residing in Charleville and the bride   (Miss Lillian Fitz-Walter) is the eldest daughter of Mr. G. J. Fitz-Walter, also, a well-known resident of the West. Old   school friends of the bride had artistically decorated the little chapel at " Dara" with white flowers, festoons of greenery, and the choicest of pot plants. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. Reilly, assisted by' the Rev. Francis Burton, an old college friend of the bridegroom, and Mr. Edward Bell acted as best man. The bride who was given away by her father, was attired in a handsome gown of rich white brocade trimmed with costly lace and orange blossoms, her tulle veil being fastened to th...

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Legal. Charleville Police Court Monday 21st January. B[?]fore[?]-Williams; Esq, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Legal. Charleville Police Court Monday 21st January. .'?"J. Yirian-Williams,- Esq, P.M. ObscoxKt^ljangaaga. Eafo Pop-, piston pleaded guilty to using obscano langtaiga and wsn Snsd £5, in default tliraa months in B ima gaol. Drunkenness.-Quo first offender was discharged with a caution and "Wil'iam Sheebss, who pleaded guilty, was fined 10s. in default seven days in the cell?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

READ WHAT YITADATIO IS DOING. - A WHOLE" FAMILY CUKED . . . BY . . . YITADATIO After Years of Suffering:. Call and Sao for Yourself. Paddington, August 22,1900. Mr. S. A- Palmer, - 184 Pitt-3treet, Sydney? Dear Sir,--My mother has suffered for many years with dropsical swell ings :n her Ii!g3 and" feet, and for Tresrro at a time has been laid np and could not in ova about. Sho is 77 years of, age. My brother also has auttarad fa? a long time with poverty _o£ blood, weakness, and general debility. La,3t January my mother M b-oti'2 decidad to take a coaae >ATIO, and the result was (^ __ My mciber gat Better, iad ca CDj rsatie?'- asi brsthor I decided to talis- a cchjici I got the aadicmo froa your Paddington Agency, 3?? Osrcrd'airaet, and after I had taken ail bottlsa ona tumor Same away. 1 am atill taking the niedicins and aspect soma mors to eoise awaj. I ara getting much strongs?, sad I has a gained five pound3 in weight sines I started with the v ITADATIO and now I have a much ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

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Fatal Accident at Miles. WOMAN CRUSHED TO EEATH. Miles, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Fatal Accident at Miles. WOMAN CRUSHED TO EEATH. Miles, Friday. Dariog a storm afc Miles yesterday a house was blown down, and a | woman named Eliza Sennits was I crusted to death by tbo falling j timbsra.

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Charleville School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Gharfeviffe School of Arts. ANHTTAE MEETING. The aona.il general masting oE sub scribers to the Charleville School of Arts was held on Thursday evening last. Mr. W. G. Billinglon (presi dent) occupied the chair and there were about iO members present. The minutes of last annual meeting were read and confirmed and the annual report and balance sheet adopted. The latter showed a credit balincu in hand oE £31 3s. lid. The election of officers was then pro ceeded with* Mr Billington, on vacating the chair, thanked the committee for the support accorded him during the past year. Several names were proposed for the position of president, but eventually Mr. Bell was" declared elected amid Mr.' Bell then took the chair and thanked the meeting for the honour conferred on him. It was very unex pected bat during the past year he did his best for the School of Arts and as his efforts had been so recognised he would certainly redouble them. (Ap plause). Mr. C. M. Hooper was elected vice presiden...

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DIVORCE IN SOUTH DAKOTA. HOW THEY ARE PROCURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

DIVORCE IN SOUTH DAKOTA. HOW THEY ARE PROCURED. There is a'sti^c in South Dakota, wliich is the haven of. divorces. " It is qnite possible for a man to procure a divorce there because the wife has a bad temper, or because she will not dress according to the style lie desires, or be . causc she will prepare for dinner dishes which arc not to his fancy. Husband and wife should agrees, but it must be acknowledged liat there arc certain im pediments which may arise, and which may justify separation. Not long ago a man petitioned for a divorce from his wife on.the plea that she had bad breath. As a matter of -fact bad breath is ex ceedingly objectionable, but Bile Beans for biliousness have been found to be a sure cure for this disagreeable com plaint. Bad breath is traceable to two causes, an over supply "f burnt carbon in the lungs, nnd a foul stomach. Bile Beans act directly upon the liver, and as a consequence thoroughly clear the stoinneh without giving the patient any inconvenience...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Outs and bruL-saa are healed by Chainbor luiu'u Pain Balm iii aboat one third ibo time any other treatment would require because of its antiseptic-qualities which cause the parte to heal without maturation. For Sate by Fits Walter sad Co., Charle vilte» Ths Loom. OUR ACCOUNTS for the quar ter 31st December have been issued and .we would be glad of a remit tance. We have tried Co live on paste, ink, and sympathy for some time, Iiutit does not satisfy-in plain t English " "]4 WE WANT MONEY. Net that we're greedy, bafc we simply want to pay oar. way and then we're happy. Will our Friends Kindly Note Apropos o£ the above, the following Iine3 are taken from a contemporary. Lives of poor men oft remind 03 Honest toil don't stand a chance, More we work we Ieavif behind us Bigger patches ou cur pants. Our old paiits once new and glossy Now have changed to several hues, All because subscribers linger In their payment of just does. Then let uo all lie bp and doing. Sand in your mites tho" big...

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HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. DEATH ON TUESDAY. UNIVERSAL SYMPATHY. LONDOK, Saturday, 6.5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

DEATH ON TUESDAY. UNIVERSAL SYMPATHY. LONDOK, Saturday, 6.5 a.m. A court circular was published this morning stating that her Majesty Queen Victoria has lately not been in her usual state of health, and is unable to take her nccustomcd drives.. The great strain of the past yea* has rather told upon her Majesty's nervous system, and her phy sicians consider it advisable that she be kept perfectly quiet in the house, and also abstain for the present from trans acting any kind of business. 2.10 p.m. It is stated that the Queen's health has shown signs of failure since the deaths of her son, the late Duke of Saxe-Goburg and Gotha, and the Dowager Lady Churchill (who was for many years a Lady-in-waiting, and a warm personal friend of the Queen), and the divorce of her grand-daughter, Louise, the daughter of Princess Helena and Prince Christian of Sohleswicj-Hol stein, who .was married to Princo Ari bert of Anhalt. 2.45 p.m. Her Majesty's condition is now re ported to be worse. 10.25 p.m....

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TRIALS OF AN M.P, [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

TRIALS OF AN MP. No legislator ia better known in Queensland than Mr. Andrew Lang Patrie, M.P., for Tootnbal. Mr. Petrie was electsd by that constit uency in 1893, and hia supporters' appreciation oF hia ability and in tegrity is shown by tba Fact that ha atiii rapsaaenta it. Speaking to a reporter Mr. Patrie M> A. It, Petrie, m. i. (Photo by Poulsen). referred to fck® fact that U i 2 lif a had not bees vr i t h o q t trials. Qhss t i o q o d fcether he said ; " For many years I Lave been troubled with rheamatipm, which caused a dull, achiog pain in my shooldars _ . i if * and limbs and a stiffness of the muscles. For years also my digestion was impaired. My appetite quite deserted ma, and altnough I forced myself to eat I could not relish my food ; after meal* there was a sense of weight, discomfort, and sleepiness. At times there was a bitter la,3te in. my month. Headaches now and again troubled mo, and my ill-health seemed to take away tha activity which, formerly characterise...

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GENERAL SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

GENERAL SYMPATHY. Iii connection with the Qaeen'a illness profound sympathy has been expressed throughout Europe, the United States, and Canada. AJI- the European Sovereigns hare jmuile aiixicaa inquiries-'regarding her [Majesty's condition.

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Mail Service Discontinued LANGLO CROSSING TO LANGLO DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

| Mail Service Discontinued LANGLO CROSSING TO L ANGLO DOWNS. Tha following* letter from Mr. T. G. Millar, read at the last meeting of tha Cbarlcvilla Progress Association, will be of interest to many of oar readers Langlo Downs, Charleville, January 3rd., ISIOI." The Chairman Charlovillo Progress Association: Dear Sir,-I wish to call your atten tion to the tact that the Postal Depart ment have decided to discontinue the mall service No. 200, Langlo Crossing ( _> L:mglo Downs. This is a very retro grade ii.-oveinunt, as a service has been r«u o}» the Langlo river for the past y jrears. The subsidy paid at first jur this service from Langlo Crossing to Minnie D»wns was £150 per annum, then £10(1 a year to here. Niuo years ago tho pi ico was cut down SO per cent, and again six years ago another 50 per cent-or to £25, thus practically starr ing ont (lie contractor. A short time ago a petition was sent in by about 120 residents on the Langlo praying for a bi-weekly parcel post servic...

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VISIT OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

VISIT OF THE DUKE AMT> DUCHESS OF YORK. S A report is current at Portsmouth I that the intended visit of tho Duke and | Duch?ss of: York to Australia on the jj occasionbfthe opening of the Comtnon | wealtfe"f>arlianieQt has been abandoned 3 fa consequence -of the Queen's illness. | There.is, however, no official confirma | tion of this report. . >. ' ' LONDON', Tuesday, 9.45 a.m. A bulletin issued from Osborne at 8 3 o'clock this morning stated there were | signs of diminishing strength and the ! aspect-wa3 serious. | 11.20 a.m. « The Bishop of Manchester and the I JRector of Whippingham and the meni i bers of the Royal Family have been I summoned to the- bedside of Her I Majesty; i 1.25 p.m. | The latest bulletin stales there has j beeir.no change .for the *rorse since : morning. i The Queen recognised the members | of the Royal Family and is now | sleeping." * | 4.35 p.m. ! . An .official bnlletin issued at -4 o'clock | Staled her Majesty is slowly sinking. [JBy U rge n t...

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MAYOR OF CHARLEVILLE. Mr. Barber Elected. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

MAYOR OF CHARLEVILLi Mr. Barber Elected. As we go to press the Municipal Council is sitting. This is the first meeting since the annual elections, when it becomes necessary to elect a Mayor for the ensuing year. We are auabic to publish a detailed account oi' the meeting this week but simply announce that Alderman George Barber has been elected Mayor of Charleville for the next twelve months.

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PROCLAMATION OF KING Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

PROCLAMATION OF KING - Brisbane, Fridar. Tu'all the Australasian capitals a royal salute was -fired yesterday for the pro clamation of the new king-and the flags were flown afc the tops of the poles. Hereafter, - however, until after the funeral they will be half-masted. ' Many people are weaiing mourning bat no- instructions have yet been issued iu connection -with official mourning pending advices frpn\ England,

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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Progress Association. ; THE monthly committee of the Char leville Progress Association waa held at the Telegraph Hotel on Monday evening last when there were present: Messrs. J. P. F. Lockett (chairman), G. J. Fitz-Walter, R. B. Lucas, W. O'Sullivan, C, M. Hooper, H. J. Carter, R. T. Savage, and A. Griael. Mr. D. Bowman, M.L.A., was also present by invitation. The minut' S of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. I ncludcd in the correspondence were the following letters: Inward.-From j the Commissioner for Railways, stating; that he quoted a cheap rate for j Mount Margaret wool sent from Cnnna- j mulla to Brisbane to prevent it going to Bourke. From Mr. T. G. Millar, stating that the Postal Department had decided to discontinue the mail service from ] f Langlo Crossing to Langlo Downs and j : asking the assistance of the Association, i From Mr. ID. A. Carirae re same. From tfea Railway Commissioner declin ing to lay water on to the Charlsvilla tracking yards. From Mr. D. Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Here's the Latest! Spencars & OO'b., Ltd, Madras Choice Indian Cigars from 14a 6d per-100 (whole . SPECIAL Bide). "Highland Nec "WESTBBH" tar Whiskey," being the m> D.C.L. Go's. (the largest SOLE distillers iu the world) Top AGENCIES. Quality ; guaranteed ma tured in wood 15 years at time of Bhipment. 8PA ; Helidon Spa ! Helidon Spat ICE ICE (from Brisbane) ICE I West End Beer, West End .ra.T.Tt Beer, direct from Brewery tK weekly, ton lots, cooled by ICE. specialrefrigerating cham bers Aerated (imported) SQUASH Choicest Liquors only Large Stocks, Wholesale Prices. Assorted Case Wines and Spirits (a speciality) from 57a per case at ' The Club Hotel, CUNNAMULLA. (The Premier House West of the Metropolis). Illuminated throughout with AcBTTCtENE Acetylene Gas. Cool and GAS. Comfortable. Private Table and Apartments. R. Walsh, Proprietor. .Bie purchase oil a piano moans outlay a very consideiabls 3UE2 of i-icnoy, and ?» reforo purchasers should ha extremely . jtjRlooa whan bu...

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