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Federal Elections [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Federal Elec ions 3ha e» retaxy of the Marane* Worxer's Political Organisation, Bo ma, : (Mr. E. Pry or), says the Manmoa JLduoc-xte received a wire from Itoogreach. > (giving the result of the 'sallot to decide as \ to which of thoso candidates offering in . the interests of Libor were selected. Tho results were counted aa follows:-Mr. Pa$rt>529 votes, Mr. Payne 4SS votes, Mr. j Perkins 144 votes. Mr. Page will then.- j fore contest the Maranoa Division at tha j forthcoming Federal election. I We have received a communication from ? the Longreach branch of the Federal league j stating that Mr. Banning is being strongly | supported by that league and it is thought j he will yet be the nominee of the com- j bined leagues of tha electorate. The J Longreach league i3 endeavouring to I arrange a conference of delegates from the various leagues to tako placa before 1st March to select a candidate who shall bo supported by the combined leagues. A meeting of the committee of the I Ch...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Sporting. The Charleville Gun Club advertise elsewhere that the shooting foe No. 1 trophy, pos poiied, from 16 January, will be beld on Wednesday next* 4. committee meeting of the Charle ville Eifle Club was held at the Nor man Hotel on Thursday evening last. A large amount of correspondence was read and noted. A motion was passed to the effect that the espenses of a marker be not home by the club excopt there be five men or over at practice. It was also decided that the price of ammunition in future be 8d per packet to defray the cost of marking. The prize shooting was fixed for Saturday 9th February. The following scores were made on Saturday afternoon last: 300 500-600 T'al C. W. Barchor... 82 81 80 93 W. B. Mackenzie 31 80 28 84 O. M. Hooper ... 25 29 28 82 R» G, Gilltaa ... 22 21 19 62 H. Smith ... 23 23 * 48 G. M. Mackenzie 18 16 9 48 .Batireds. . * t. A loutherc writer says 1-Tha result o! the Aaitral and Lyna wlisel races has ettplied conclusive proof of the fact that when t...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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POLITICAL Reconstruction ot the Cabinet Two New Ministers. Hon. John Leaby and [?]on. T.B. Cribb. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

POLITICAL Reconstruction ot *he Cabinet Two Now Ministers. Hon. John £eaby and Son. T- B- Cribto BRISBANE, Tuesday. [ The Cabinet sat till nearly Beven this evening diecnesing the question, of filling the vacancies caused by tlie death of Sir James Dickson, and the Hon. J. G. Drake's acceptance of a Federal portfolio. The following now appointments were de cided upon: Hon. E. Philp, Chief Secretary and Minister of Mines. Hon. John Murray, Postmaster-General and Mraister;of Public Instruction. ' Hon. John Leahy, Minister of Works and Railways. Hon. T. B. Cribb, Treasurer. The other Ministers retain their port folios as before. It has not yet been decided which Min ister ?will represent the Government in the Upper House. Brisbane, Friday. The Hon. J. G. Drake's resignation from the Queensland Ministry has been ro«eiwed and Mr. Drako proceeds to Sydney to-day.

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Queensland Census. MARCH 31. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Queensland Census. MARCH 31. BrisMDj, Friday. Preparations in Queensland for taking the census on 31st Marci are now well forward but it is feared .'oma difficulty will* be experienced in parts of th« draughtatri<&eQ We?r.

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Weather Forecast. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. Clcudy, close and fine weather reill pre dominate. rata on aud near seaboard north front Mackay, affecting a large area of tlie Peninsula including the Golf districts between Barkstotra and Richmond ; thunderstorms in isolated stations. ARCHIBALD ANDERSON, Acting GqtL Meteorologist.

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THE Charlebiile Times. SATURDAY, 2ND FEBRCABY, 1901 THE NATURAL SOVEREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

THE C&arktoiile Cimes* SATURDAY, 2ND FEBRCABY, 1901 THE NATURAL SOVEREIGN. It has frequently been remarked that England made more progress in all the attributes of empire daring the reigns of her female sovereigns than nnder the greatest of her kings. " Amyas ! Amyas I" quoth Frank solemnly, " yon know not what power over tbe sonl has the native and God-given majesty of royalty (awfal enough in itself), when to it is superadded the wisdom of the sage, and therewithal the tenderness of the woman. Had £ my will, there shonld be in every realm not a salique, bat an anti salique law ; whereby no kings, but only queens, shonld rnle mankind. Then would weakness, and not power, be to man the symbol of divinity; love, and not cunning, would be the arbiter of every cause ; and chivalry, not fear, the spring of all obedience." Thus was irade to declare himself through Charles Kingsley's "Westward Ho" one who was supposed to be a coartier of one of our great female sovereigns, she who ...

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THE WELCOME NU[?]ET. THE BIGGEST LUMP OF GOLE FOUND IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

THE WELCOME NU8BET Tss BIGGEST LtTMP OF GOIX FOUND IN AUSTRALIA. There are fear Australians who have not heard of " The "Welcome Nogget," and there are ferr mneeumB existing in the colonies, "without a *10del ef that precious find. So heavy was tbifl piece of gold, that itjay for one week in a shop inJBendigo at the dis posal of any lady who could carry it away. So precious was it that the original owner and finder, investing well the money he received for its purchase, died a semi-millionaire. And so greai was its value from an historic point of view that few hooks on mineralogy in any part of the world are published without reference to the wealth, hut there is not a single record which goes to prove that its arrival brought health. How d ma rant is it with Bile Beans|?or Biliousness; wher ever they are found they bring health with them. They are more precious that all the u Welcome Huggota." And well de Australians know it. Indeed there are hundreds of miners in Australia to day ...

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ONE TASTE 18 ENOU6H. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

ONE TASTE 18 ENOU6H The writer never had a taste of rheu matism''bat once-about four years ago it was-and it laid me up and made me groan for six weeks. And I am not praying for any more. I can get a heartload now, just by thinking how it felt. Bat, oh, what a lot of folk catch it worse than I did. Here Mrs. Annie Hill, sl.e is one of them.' Or rather Bhe was, she is right enough in these days. Her idea of talking of it is to cheer some other sufferer, and show him the way oat. And we thank her for that. It's the proper feeling to have towards oar fellow-travellers throagli this vale of tears-and pains. "Some eight or ten years ago," says Mrs. Hill, "I was a perfect martyr to rheumatism and indgestioa. As if they were not enough for one poor woman to.bear, I often had frightfu pains in the chest, with weakness all 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 tried m...

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Municipal Council ELECTION OP MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Municipal Council ELECTION OP MAYOR. The first meeting of the CharlevOle Municipal Council since the annual elections was held on Friday evening last. There wrre present: Alderman J. Armstrong (Mayor), W. G. Billing ton, D. E. E?pio, G. Barber, C. Ar nold, and Q~ T. Smith. DEATH OF THE QtEJSN. Before the business was proceeded with the Mayor said he wished to place on record their deep regret at the death of Queen Victoria. This was unanimously assented to. ELECTION- OF MATOR. The Mayor stated the next business was the election of Mayor for the ensuing twelve months, and before retiring he ; wished to thank the Council for the I manner in which they had worked with r him daring the past year. He coold | claim to be the oldest alderman and he : had never been in the Conncil when | they had worked better than daring the past twelve months. The Council was now in a better position than it had ever been before. The financial improve ment for the past year was as follows : General accoun...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Current Events. TAMBO SCHOOL OF ARTS.-The com mittee of the Tambo School of Arts have decided to close that institution-another of the many disastrous effects of the drought. ;; SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION.-Ifc will he seen by advertisement elsewhere that the annual, meeting of the Warrego Selectors' Association will be hold, on Saturday after noan next; 9th February. All selectors are invited to attendand it is hoped there ?will be a large attendance as only by com bination can selectors expect to get re dress for their grievances. QUEENSLAND FEDERAL MINISTER. Questioned as to his opinion regarding the appointment of tho HOD. J. G. Drake aa Queensland representative is the Federal Ministry, Mr. Phiip said he considered it a very good one, which mould be likely to give thorough satisfaction, inasmuch aa Mr. Drake is a strong federalist and a very capable leader. Mr. Drake will take the portfolio of Postmaster-General. A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of thn muscles, and ni...

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Duke of York. ATTACK OF GERMAN MEASLES. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Duke of York. ATTACK OF GERMAN MEASLES. London, Thursday. A bulletin was iaatxed yesterday stating that the Duke of York was suffering from a very severe attack of German measles which was causing him much sleeplessness and bodily discom fort bat he was progressing- satis factorily.

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A LONG SUFFERING WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

ALONG SUFFERING WIFE A Brisbane newspaper publishes 3 remarkable interview with a married lady, a Mrs. Ehoda Scvadkins, of Southporfc. _ " I am forty-si* years of age,'' eays she," and a native of Llandilo, Wales. I come to Queensland iu 1870, and bavo lived in Soulhporfc for nearly twenty year?. FiFtecn years ago I brake a blood vwsel on the iauga throngh catcbing a cold. Sinco tiian my cbssfc ha1* been very treat?, and a year ago I was attacked by influenza, which in duced slpeplesanes.", constipation, and extreme weakness : I read also troubled jjwatly with |>b?e<*ui in the throat. I used strengthening medicines with out effect, I was always dull, tired, and s'eepy, ami felt too weak to j undertake uitioh work. T.ast October i T read iu the Brisbane Week how a person suffering similarly had been eared by Dr. AVilliauia' pink pills so I begun taking them. After a few doses I felt- brighter, acd when I had used them for somn time I found my self undoubtedly improving....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

A MOTHER'S ANXIETY The Effects of Typhoid Fever CLEARED AWAY. Th» Rtcmry «T MBS. M. KAVANAGH'S CHILDREN. One of those distressing csssa concerning the csnsequencea that usually attend the frequently fatal disease of typhoid w lately brought under the notice of osm* one in the office, and in tha coarsa of an hour thereafter a repreaautativa was despatched to make enquiries, and to ipsrsoiiaBy inter view the mother of the children who were brought Jo death'3 doer by typhoid. The lady in question lives ja Carrisgton strect, Baroona Hill, Brisbane, and her naniK fs Mrs. Mary Kavanagh. " Will I give you information concerning the asiSeringa of my childranJ" said that ludy to tho scribe. " Why, of course. What objection could I have? After they had recovered from the terrible typhoid, or speaking more correctly, after the fever had left them, they were G3traordinarily u-eak. I fed them on a rnest nourishing diet and give them stimulants when required and took the greatest possible car* of...

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Queen's Funeral To-day, Saturday. Day of Mourning. London. Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

"1 To-day, Saturday. Day of Mourning. London. Mondavr' s The funeral of the lite Qneon Vie nna will take place on Saturday. It is expected that the late Queen's remains will be laid beside the tomb or the late Prince Consort in the royal mausoleum at - Frog more (in the Little Park, Windsor). Brisbane, Monday. Saturday next has bean appointed a public holiday and day of mourning and all are expected to wear mourning from to-day.

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Notes on the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Notes on the Drought. [BY BEV. B. EYTOK, M.A.J Tha considerations which I urged last weeek may be briefly summed up as follows : 1. Wohave no right to say that the drought is a punishment sent by God directly on the sins of this country. We ' are none of us in a position to declare ths Divine counsel in that fashion-and if any man does so he is something wore than impious. And yet if anything is plain in the Bible, it is that we should use every public calamity as an occasion of in dividual self-searching'. May mora-if wo were to put away the accursed thing, i.e., surely in this country, the whiskey, from us it would be a sign of that repentance, that real change of husrt, which always brings' down the Divine blessing upon every com munity. 2. We may be being taught' by Nature, which is God's minister working out Hie laws, that this conntry is not meant for white men to make a living in with any certainty. If that be so it is better for this generation to learn "Stature's laaaon tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

_ Spencers & Go's., Ltd, Madras Choice Indian Cigars from 14s 6d per 100 (whale SPECIAL sale). " Highland Nec WESTEKN' tar Whiskey," being the so ? D.C.L. Go's, (the largest SOLE distillers in the world) Top AGENCIES. Quality - guaranteed ma tured in wood 15 years at time of shipment. | SPA - Helidon Spa I Helidon Spar ICE ICE (from Brisbane) ICE! "West End Beer, West End BEER Beer, direct from Brewery Mr weekly, ton lots, cooled by ICE. special refrigerating cham bers Aerated (imported) SQUASH Choicest Liqnore only Large Stocks, Wholesale . Prices. Assorted Case Wines and Spirits (a speciality) from 57s per case at The Club Hotel, CUNNAMULLA. (The Premier House West of the Metropolis). Illuminated throughout with . ACETYLENE Acetylene Gas. Cool and -GAS. Comfortable. Private Table and Apartments. K , R.Walsh, f Proprietor. "tie pnronaie cJJa piano racaas cntlay a very con3ideisble sum oi money, and roiore puronasers saould bo extreraely ..^tloua when teying. An instrument m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

CONTAINS All the Latest! NWS, . Both liOCAi. ajo Fosbion. THE BEST, ADVERTISING MEDIUM re WZSXQ05EXS££N»£ SnBlasm SatJoen. fc SR. H. L'ESTRANGE, BxroehtoE to Da Kibkuldy Cornur of Galatea, and WOIs Street*. Sours of ComrattaHaa 0 a-m. to 10a.at; rpi£'tb;8pjti\ to 9 p.m. . ^£LL| - Solicitor, - - . " CSARLEVJLLS Est* a? ?oi*er» and "Bobmeon'o, and o T. "BuntoaS, foistase. SaEY BIOS. ICO. ;Stbck, Station & Breeders' kShe6p & Cattle Salesmen. GRBACBL, WINTON&BLACKA&L Public Notice. ~ S'orw&rding and Cammtmfon Agency i JL' " Soaiassji, lately carried" <sa xn Charle . -nils,' by Ms. N. J", WHSISBQAABD j !v SnSLSiiST-, has hesz.. ourchassd by as, and ] M-.tsrs 'tims; by. strict. «a£ careful sttantioa to ir !&s.shj*3a, ts earii ih3 continuance of th» ?cdgpcii'ji Mr. yishsn'a conatiiBants. ' H. J. CARTEZ&CO, J'iag io asiifjf tis gupi'.s t&st i S»T» sou* ; .iis'S'ctrJraRiajp aad CcasssisioaAgonear .Sjissassa Iain! 7 ca...

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Stelk ami. SfeMom, . Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to publish reports of stock Bales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which hare taken places in their respective district, in this column, trill kindly forward the information so as to xerch this office not later than Friday morning, 111 order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. Times Office, Friday. The only wool dispatched from the Cbarlerille railway station was 88 hales of Bconred from'Monitt Morris On Monday last 600 sheep from Tarmoath station to Bo ma passed through Charleville. Still dry and if possible drier. That is all we can say of the present weather. A few weeks more -of this kind of weather and the west will be " np a tree," if not already there. An exchange state that a drover named D. Sinclair, accompanied by a man named Playfoot, lately left Essex Downs with a flock of 1008 sheep. He got as far as the open blocks on Katandra adjoining Marathon when lie got among some wh^ewood shoo...

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Charleville Land Court SITTINGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Cbarleville &and Court SITTINGS FOR 1901 February 8 , March 8 Thursday April 4 Friday May 10 t Jane 7 , July 5 I August 9 m September $ ? October 4 h- Hovembtyft .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

a 0 Ei 0 Q k < M k o a«. fa fa <j w 0 . K> % 1 w t\ 03 4 o rv % ti 0 o h <4 M Inspcct our Skek of XT JUST OPENED. ALLTHE LATEST NOVELTIES ?m GOODS ID & H: .b? s ;qd GO O s tel U1 O" o W GO ?o'

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