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

CONTAINS All THA Latest NEWS, BOIH LUYIL AM! FOREIGN THE BEST ADVERTISING' MEDIUM 12f West Quezsslan*. Business Hotlcca. DR. H. U ESTRANGE, Successor to Dk Kuikaldt Comer of Galatea aud WiHs Street*. HouM cf Con«ulta»>-oD :-0 o-m. to 10 ».» i Z p.m. to 5 p.n o,m. to 9 p.m - - Solicitor, - - - ; . C9?AKLEV1LLE ot Sbwmb-«** K«KnBon,8,aado T. Buuton'«> Biutaiie. pock, Station & Breeders' Agents. Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. IKACH, WI NTON&CLACKALL Notice. lission Agency . oil in Charle , _;ST.ERGAABD (based by U3, and' 3- v;_ va MtifT ilis Public tlial I bavo »old L. thsycrrrardincand Commission Agency iwiacn lately carried on by mo to MiaaJtw. I. 5. CASTES & CO., CharleviUe. While beaming ay eonetituoots for 'I1®1* P38' jppart, I would at tfco same timeiask them »o i£dly favour ilESSBS, H. 3. OASTEB & :0., in las future, js. J. WE3TEHGAARD JilELSEH". . 1*0 ? IVlHEBSs''^ KO MORE ' Wallabies or Kangaroos aster FENCING WITH >0LS?31AL-?MBE WIRE...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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The Transvaal. [LATEST BY CABLE]. Electric Light Destroyed. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

I The Transvaal. | . i [LATEST BY CABLE]: Electric Light Destroyed, j London, Thursday. I The'Boers Iiavc destroyed the «lectric light works at Johannesburg and the town and suburb? is now in darkness. .

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Current Events. MB. Bowstajt IN TOWN.-air. D. f5ow msD, M.L.A.. arrived in CharlevilJo last Saturday for t.ho purpose of attending the annual meeting of ihe A.W'.V. Ho leaves again on Monday next. UcNlcrPAt, Cotnrort Ou Tuesday laat tho only nominations received for the vacancies on the Municipal Council wero those of Messrs- Billington and Arnold, and tho following day tha re turning officer /'Mayor Armstrong) de clarrd those gentlemen duly elected. Scnooii RE-opESisra--Mrs. Handyside advertises in another column that her school will ho re-opened on Monday next. STOCK TRUCKINGS.-On Monday last Messrs. H. J. Carter & Co. trucked 200 cattle from Charlevilie to Roma for Messrs. M'Phie & Co., and on Thursday tho same firm trucked 20 horses to Oakey. DISPATCH OF Wool.-Tha following bales of wool were dispatched "at the Charlevilie railway station during the week ended 24th February .- Scoured. Nive Downs, 57; Corama, 4; Mopnfc Margaret, 74 ; Mount Morris, 15-; D.D. 44. G...

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Superintendent's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

_ Superintendent's Report. I The following report of the super* iutcndcnl of the Mitchell Babbit Board was read at ths recent board meeting : Charleville, January 5th» 1900. The Chairman Mitchell Babbit Board. Sir, I haro tho honour to report that at the time of tho last meeting of tho board I was away from CharleviUe on a four of inspection, which extended over a period of fourteen weeks, during which time I inspected all the fences and irnrfe under my supervision, with the exception of a portion of the Group fanes and a small portion of the District^ fence, and I have inspected the formrr -since my return. CONSTRUCTION.-The gap on the Manuka Katandra boundary has been fenced and there BOW rotnains only tho gap.oD tlio Vindex-Lerida boundary,; and some gateways to complete the Dis trict .Fenco to its northern termination. BE THE EASTERN CHECK FENCE.- ' It was stated irr my last report that " this contract had been let to Bichard i Steer and the work was being proceeded mfclr." On m...

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE. ANYONE REQUIRING [panting] Of Any Description Whatever CANNOT DO BETTER THAN LEAVE AN ORDER - Cftarlebttie = Cimeg . s #fltce ft{3 have recently added to oar Plant one of the famous American "Gordon Platen Job Printing Machines," which is capable of turning" out work equal to any in the metropolis. ' We Ii&tb alsoadded some of the latest faces in Type and Ornaments, BO ?hat there is no necessity to send to Brisbane for work that can be done m Charlerille. POSTERS MEMO rOBUS BUSINESS!} CASUS CZBCOXjkBS VISITING CAKDS" CONCERT TICKETS, BUBBEB STAMPS. OutBnbber Stamp Departmsnt has also been greatly .Replenished "with | Itbe. neceoaaries} for that Business. Oar Stamps compare^favourably) wiib ithose made anywhere else in tuo world. We make only 03TE QUALITY 57HB BEST. NO BUSINESS MAN SHOULD BE WITHOUT A STAMP. n? j.. . Jlt isla Necessary Adjunct in Every Good Easiness. AVE AREJtPREPARED TO RECEIVE ORDERS ^lOK - B O O 1SZ IB 13ST XD I 2ST C3 VID IN FACTJEV£RTTH...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notes on the Brought. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Notes on the Brought. BT REV. R. EYTOK, M.A. Ik is impossible to write upon i a question as the drought wi^f first expressing oar deep and " felt sympathy with those earthly fortunes it is so deeplyj disastrously affecting, -if it is if], work to preach contentment empty stomachs it is hot less i less to speak of patience or resig tion to men who see nothing^ rain in front of them if the drought lasts another six weeks. S|l Bat the ordinary attempt to ? the question from a religions point *|§i of view seems so shallow and unreal that it may be nsefol to try to pnS the matter in some saner fashion. $ There are, broadly speaking, two y views abroad, not logically stated, < bat handed from, moath to moatb3 : and it is hard to say which of tha two is more opposed to reason and i common sense or to any intelligent j belief in God. ?. (1) One is that God is directly \ punishing this part of the country by depriving it of rain, either be cause of its wickedness or with a A | vie...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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How the News was Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

I How the News was Received. g ' £ To say the news of the death oE Her Majesty .came as a surprise to Charle ville would be hardly correct, for siace early ton Monday morning special Press wires were constantly received of thn serious illness of the Qaeen, and these were being made public as soon as they were to hand. ' The seriousness of her illness,. however, came both as a sur prise and a shock, and on all sides was heard the remark, " Why I'd no idea the Qaeen was ill, at all." And as the public read the wires, each one more grave than its predecessor (except one here and there which read " Slight im provement noticeable") a Feeling of sad ness and sorrow was plainly visible on their countenances. At last at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday morning came the fatal news : " London,* January 22, 7 16 p.m.-(Official) . Qaeen dead." Then was heard on all "sides deep and heartfelt expressions of- regret and the news spread with wondrous rapidity in the town. "A-special messenger was dispatched...

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The New King. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

The liew King. All the family then knelt and kissed the hands of the Prince of Wales as a token of their fealty. The- Prince of Wales, Duke of York, Dake of Connauglit, and Prince Christian reached London on Wednes day. The crowd quietly saluted the King, who, gravely bowing, drove to Marl borongh House. Later on he met' the Privy Conncil at St. James Palace where the Lord Mayor and Aldermen were also in attendance. The Dake of Devonshire communicated to the Council the death|of the Queen and succession of her son. From " Men acd Women of the Time '. we taka the following: . TVIOTOBIA ALEXASTDBIA, Qcses OF GREAT Bamicr ahb Ibeland, asd EitPHEsa of inviA, only ohild of the late Dake of Kent and of the Princess Louisa Victoria of Saxe-Cobnxg (reliot of the Hereditary Fnnce of Leiningen, and sister of Leopold, Prince of Saxe-Oot>ur£, afterwards King of the Belgians}, waa bora at Kensington Palace, May 24,1819 ; her parents, who had been for some time residing abroad, having hastened...

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Absconding Accountant. ARRESTED. AT TOOWOOMBA. Toowoomba, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Absconding Accountant. ARRESTED. AT TOOWOOMBA. Toowoomba, Friday.. William AVoodfall, who recently absconded from the Union Bank at Grenfell, N.S.W, waa . arrested at Toowoomba yesterday and over £1800 recovered.

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Federal Ministry Vacancy Not Yet Filleed Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Federal 'Minid^y Vacancy Not Yet FillectI brisl-anc, Friday. The.vacancy in th« Federal Ministry has ni»t yet been filled.. Mr.. Philp ha J again bum approached but he thinks he e.nt do better scrvice in Queensland. - " "-i'he nnruus of eover.il gentlemen were snbioitted to'SIn lJ.trtun yestefday.

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America's Message. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

America's Message. President M'Kinley has cabled to the Ring America's sincerest sympathy for the loss of a venerable and illustrious sovereign whose noble life and beae ficient influence promoted peace and won the affection of the world.

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Sorrow in Britain. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Sorrow in Britain. London, Thursday. When news of the death of the Queen was received the Stock Exchange and The Baltic closed. Universal grief was felt throughout the kingdom and the bells of the cathedrals and even those in the smallest villages tolled. All public bodies are adopting reso lutions of profound sorrow.

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ONE TASTE IS ENOUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

ONE TASTE IS EN0U6H The writer never hnd a taste of rheti , mutism bat once-about four years ago p it was-and it laid me up and made P me groan for six weeks. And I am not praying for any more. I can get ' a Iieartload now, just by thinking liow ( it felt. But, oh, what a lot of folk 1 catch it worse than I did. Here Mrs. Annie Hill, she is one of them. Or rather sho was, sho is right enough in these days. Her idea of talking of it is to cheer some other sufferer, and show him the way out. And we thank her for that. It's the proper feeling to hare towards our fellow-travellers through this vale of tears-and pains. "Some eight or ten years ago," says Mrs. Hill, "I was a perfect martyr to rheumatism and indgestion. As if they were not enough for one poor woman to bear, I often had frighlfu pains in the chest, with weakness al over my body. It was awful, and I didn't know what the end of it was going to be. Now and then I was completely prostrate. "We hunted everywhere for a cure and I...

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The Queen's Last Moments. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

fhe Queen's Last Moments. 1 At noon on Tuesday, tlic first time since Saturday, the Queen was conscious and recognised her family. She asked for her favourite Pomeranian dog to be fetched and fondled it for a moment and talked with little Princess Louise Beatrice. Almost her last request was for the members of the Royal Household, but she relapsed into unconsciousness before they appeared. In the course of the day, however, she spoke to or recognised all her closest relations and in an instant was dead.

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The Prench Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

The Prencfc. Press, The. French papers attribute .the death of the Queen to anxiety on ac count of the war.

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THE LOST MAN. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

THE LOST MAN. To THE EDITOR. Sir.-In. your issue of the 19th in stant appears ft paragraph anent a swagmanleaving: here and beings lost in the < bash through drink. As the readers of the Times will doubtless infer from this, that the man obtained the drink at my hotel-end ; that I allowed him to go/ away , in an unfit state, I desire to-state that ,he had been drink ing heavily for some days before he* arrived at Wallal, and as a matter of fact he stayed here for a few days re covering himself, and when he left lie thought he was all right, and so did 'T, hut unfortunately for him after ho -Irft here he took bad and got astray in the bush and was out for some days. Yours &<.., JOHN LEFOE. Wallnl, Jan. 1901.

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Correspondence. We do not bold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made iff our correspondents. " THE HEATHEN AT HOME." To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Correspondence. We do not bold ourselves responsible in amf way for the opinions expressed or itatementg made iff our correspondents. " THE HEATHEN AT HOME." To THE EDITOR. Sir,-In reference to the paragraph he-ded "The Heatheu at Home" in year last week's issne, I wish that yon would allow ma to say throngh yonr columns that a letter addressed to me here at any time from anyone livinsr in the district assigned to ns who requires the services of a Church of England clergyman will receive immediate atten tion. Tbe enormous extent of the dis trict, comprising as it does the whole country west of Hodgson and south of Tambo, may necessitate some little delay, bat I am most anxions that there should be no reasonable cause for complaint. X may add that I have this week visited VVallal, Yours &c.9 ROBERT ETTOV.

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Fifth Contingent, 191 MEN IN CAMP. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

Fiith Contingent, 191 MEN IN CAMF. Brisbane, Friday. Anere are now men in camp in conncation with the formation of the Queensland fifth contingent and enrol ment is proceeding steadily.

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Weather Forecast. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

"Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. I C!oti<1r under nlrong sontU-east to east winds with rain ; heavy in places, on and near the seaboard, particularly sonth from the latitude of Ulackay; thunderstorm rains aro 'also expected inland, including the gulf country, bat will prove very natebv. ARCHIBALD ANDERSON, Acting Gnrt. Meteorologist.

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. Thursday, 24th Janaary. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 26 January 1901

PETTY DEBTS COURT. Thursday, 24th January   Before the P.M. Verdicts were given for plaintiffs in   the following undefended cases: John   Armstrong v. Royal Atkins, meat sold £15 13s 9d ; Eliza Calcino v. Benjamin Roberts, refreshments sup plied, £2 5s;* 5s 6d costs of court   were allowed in the first case and 5s in the latter.

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