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De. Wet's Crueity. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

3te- Wet's Craelfr. The Commissioner at Kroonsladfc has obtained the evidence of an eye witness to the effect that Commandant Froneman cruel iy sjamboked the peac® envoy Morgendal and when De Wot ordered Morgendal to be shot Com mandant Prone nan shot him without, a trial.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Knox and De Wet. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Enos and Ds Wet. Geueral Kuox is .engaging Com mandant* l)c Wet 40 tniles north of Thabaucliu iu orJcr to prevent so attempt at tlie reiavaaioct oi Caps . Colony.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Transvaal. [LATEST BY CABLE]. [?] London Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

f LATEST BY OABLK]. SESRA SISWRAID. 1 General Saji^Doricti dispersed (.lis Boers artrand- Carolina, 4 British- being killed aud IS wpundeiT. !|

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Yocmanry Attacked. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Yacmanry Attacked A fcrce of 40 Boers attacked 15 of the Yeomanry at Gemmaga Pass bat . fled in the direction of Calviaia after severe losses.

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Commandant Captured. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

Commandant Captured. The Boers entered Bocbsburg on Tuesday and damaged the Modderfon. tein and "Vanrym mines. . Commandant Marias and two Boers were captured.

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

The PMilipi General M'Arfcba?, who is ia e o£ tha Philipines will suapsad rrji, duty on Saturday oscapfc tuo na<j, guards. Tbn gims> will aalais hourly balweau saunas sad aun wbaa 45 guii3 will aaluta iaa Jack.

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

Funeral- Breparatiaas. Loudon, Tliaradsy. . The funeral p?fflpar&tt©n3--ffii® pro gressing favourably. Lord Soberiaeoairois orapfthiogxfy^ connection wita iha Qb?sh*3 ,Jf while General Pok-Gwer* ia"\ ^ >> ^ sponsible for the ^illrary -r^air^' ^'V ments. All the clubs' lira lamhly deeoratsd . in varying ahxdaa or parpSo and householders all along "ilio r..r6uto ar» helping to thsir utiactfc ..tor.-increaas tha magniflcenes cr iio pigsani. The Singa of PcrragaJ, Sr-^ca, and Belgium bara arrived. -

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Of-Awy Deseriptwv, Whatever ...' BANNOTBflBffTER THAN LEAVE AN ORDER ' AT iJP&JL - * Wimts * ,®8Mte jhave. recently added to our Plant one of the famous American JJaton Job Ranting Machines," which » capable of taSrag1oat work e^ni^ to any in the metropolis. .'.t-- ^e hato added some of the latest faces in Type and Ornaments, bo fhat-ftere 11 no necessity to send to Brisbane for work that can be done in TOBSEM =, ,i- >" 5® yjQngygy^pg KEMO FORMS BUSXHESSH CARDS CmCfUJsAUB ; -.; visirsm cards' CONCERT TICKETS, . ;.7 ' . Pho^Jho. ; *v OorBabbw Stump Department has aL» been greatly ^Replenished with the neeessariesffor that Business. Oar Stamps compare'faraarablyi with ?hose node, anywhere else in the world. We make only ONE QUALITY" PJEIE BIST. .. . JSO B'USlMiSS MAN . SHOULD BE "WITHOUT A STAMP. f'-Xt isfa Kecewwury Adjunctin Every Good Business WEAREJ 'PREPARED TO RECEIVE ORDERS £BOB SB O OIS:BI3SriDI3SrC3 ANO IN FACT:EVERYTHINB:iN TKE PRINTIN6 LINE OF B...

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THE NEW KING. Proclamation is Australia Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

op ' m rail iiVilint'&'a Proclamation is Australia* Brisbane, Pridar. Edward YII was pnbliclj proclaiibad King in succession, to i'aa lata C5assn Victoria to-day- The lisatansat Go-ernor read tbo proclamatioa as Parliament Hcesa before iha various officials. A guard of honour and in® military bands wsra prsaani and 1,000 school children sang " God Ssto taa Queen."

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

IMPORTANT ! Goods,'Accordions, &c-» ®e*» Also Ho*Mtold Furriiture, &c-, _T(_" Will BE SOLD BY PtTBtSC AUCTION OK -. Thursday Next. 7th. raft BABSABSrB FOB AUit ! Charteville_Rifle Club. S?S«iS.«!SS 5y order. Q w HOOPER, Hon. Secretary. Ijongreach, 14th January, 1S01. GEORGE EDWARD BTJNMEHG, ESQ. Darr Itiver Downs. Slt_Wa tbo undersigned Electors of the Maranoa Federal Electorate, being | desirons of obtaiuing the return of a j Member for the Federal House of Bop- | vereutative who will fairly represent all eiswes and interests in this Eleotom^ would request yon to allow yourself to bo aomtoated aa the Reprewmtatwe ol the "EKfSiSSi-«*» -». sent to oar request, to use all the in flow? ra our power to secure your solum. We are, sir, Toura faithfully, ry jr Xlns/li. Oscar Blancke, fienry Ellis, ' Thomas Ellis, ' £ory>. 1t Albert Boggett, F- Ca^il', W.F.Riley, Jas. Cochran, John H*nna, £* aT!,ii ¥? PWeeks J - Hubert FairfM> S.oFH»b'i, C. e. Bromley, ^ 0. K. Clarke, ...

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MOURNING IN OHARLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 February 1901

MOLtRISTN(J I2T OHARLEVILLE. Nearly all tha bosiues3 house3 in .Charlevtllo hare wota sigais.o?' zEonra ing during ths jasfc. wises, same feeing draped and' othara having ?. shelter up. Last .night (F'rldiy'J the etores "stcf open till 10 .o'clock aid io-clay (gvra-i,1 day) Is baiag- chierred. 33 ;a, asT of mourning and all baeiaeas praiais.73 aro closed. In All Saints' Ghuraa services ?will ba held as follows : Holy Comrauaion aS 8 3-m. and a fcaeral aarvtcs at 11 a.m. A funeral ss??ic3 will also ba hald ia lha Prs3bjtariaa Church at 3 p.m. The local post and telegraph oScahaa beea advised frota She head ofnes that to-day (Saturday) is to be treated S3 a Sunday and She arrangements ara as Follows ;-Telegraph 6 Sc'a open iron 0 a.m. to !».y0 a.m. ; all mails closs at 10 a.m. aad the post oSco will not S3 open Ht all during the day.

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Duke of York's Visit. DEFINITE ANSWER SHORTLY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Duke of York's Visit. . DEFINITE ANSW"EK SHOBTLT. Sjdnoy, Friday. Lord Hupetcaii cabled to the Hon. J. Cbambsrlain asking it , were likely that tbe Dpfca Lo£ York's visit to Aastralia would be carried out/and Mr. Cbamberlala replied tbatbe hoped to- g:.vfc a definite reply by tbe eo4..ol tU« week,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Italian Politics. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Italian Politics. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. London, Thursday. Iu the Italian Chamber of Deputies the Government has been defeated by 318 to 102 votes owing, to its general policy, particularly iKo closing of tho Genoa Labour Exchange.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barque Pyrennees. ON FIRE AT SEA. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Barque Pyrennees. ON FIRE AT SEA. Brisbane; Friday. News has been received that the fonr masted barque Pjieanees, laden with wheat, took fire at sea and burned a considerable iiioe before being beached, 80 miles from ^Tahiti. The crew were all eared. _1 It was impossible to extinguish the fire and the vessel was left and later on was sold for £200.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

. Riile Shooting, A competition in connection with iKa Charleville Rifle Clab takes place to day (Saturclay) at the 300 yards'ofcd oOOiyards range?. The prizes are £1, 12/6, and 7/6,-and the handicap scores are limited vo 66. Shooting commences at 2.30 p.m. sharp. The following are the handicaps C. W. Burcher ... ... 5 points 6. Hooper... ... ... 5 " W. B. Mackenzie 7 ,, C. M. Hooper ... ... '7 " C.Calcino ... " 8 " J. M'Carthy ... ... 8 " A, C. Webb ... ... 9 5-. J. Garter ... ... 11 " W. Troap ... ... ... 11 " R. Gft Gillies ... ... 15 ,, W. Mackay ... ... 16 " Or. L*Eatrange it* "k 20 , I D. Maopherton" i»k SO " 'j 0. Hooper, Senr, ».» ... 32' ,» D. Graham... .-t 23 B. Fraser ... * ; ... 23 " J. Northcote ? ... ... 24 " B. Appleton ... ... 24 " J. Armstrong ... ... 25 " H. Smith ... .i. .wi 25 " G. M. Mackenzie ... ... 2ft " ($. Barker ... ... ..." 28 " J. F. P. Looketfc ... ... 26 " R. T. Savage 26 " P. Nagel ... 26 " J. E. Overell ' - ... 26 " The Mitchell Rifle Clab has arrang...

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Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

CHffi Clrib. A. meeting of the Charleville Qan Club was-held oa Wednesday afternoon last. The first ahoot was for No. 1 trophy and this was wou by Or. L'Estrange, who, having won it twice previously, became the final possessor. ? The scores were : J; B, Jenkins (29) 11200 J. W. Dowling (28) 1110111110 H. L'Estrange (28) 110111111 G. W. Pitt (26) OHIO A. W. Jenkins (25) 010 H. J. Carter (24) 100 F. L. Briatow (21) 211100 Five sweepstakes followed, being won as follows: First, Messrs. J. B. Jen kins :ind P. h. Br is tow divided ; second, Messrs. il.- W. Dowling and G. W. Pitt divided ; third, Messrs. J. B. Jen kins and G. W. Pitt divided ; fourth, Messrs. J. B. Jenkins and J. W. Dowling divided; fifth, Messre. J. B. Jenkins and J. W. Dowling divided.

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Current Brents. VTTAT. SiAEiEnca.-Mr. A. Staines h 5 kindly. fav»ured us with the following statistics for the month of Janoaiy: Births, males'3, . females 4 ; deaths, males 3, females !; marriages nil. Kb - CASES.-There was not. a single case heard at the Charleville Court daring the past week. This' is what the police call '* bad buaineaa." Ton DURHAM DOWNS.-Messrs. H. Car* tar and C<>. sent away from CharleviUe last week 35 tona of provisions for Durban Downs. This ia the fiist lot that has been Bent to that station for over twelve months. BuriaiBA ELECTION--Mr. Gerald P. | Hanify. accountant, of Arthur-street, Woolloongabba, bas been selected as the labour candidate for the vacancy m the representation of Bulimba in tho -State Parliament, caused by the death of the late Sir James B. Dickson - To CESSCS COLLECTOKS.-Va are asked to notify that the Police Mageatrate will, be glad to meet Messrs- Jaa. Wari K A. Whipham, Charles Hoore, William Menzie, E. F. O. Manning, ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

| SPORTING. We take the following paragraph from the "Brisbane Tdegraph, relative to tho last meeting o£ the Brisbane Gan Clab : "At the dose of the day's sport a little son of -Mr. <J. Pitt was given a chance at a couple of bird?. He handled his gan like a veteran, and in his first shot killed with the.first barrel, ^fcat whicH elicited rounds of applause Etom the spectators. In his Second attempt he missed a fast bird *vitli the first barrel bnt killed with a magnificent second barrel-shot;" The young sharp shooter alluded to is Master George Pitt, a son of Mr; G.- W. Pitt, of Gowric station, Charlevillc, and as his age is only {an years- it speaks well for his future career .as a pigeon shot.

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ONE TASTE IS ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

ONE TASTE IS EN0U6H* The writer-aeyer had a taste of rheu matism bat once-about four years ago it was-rand it laid me .tip 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, she is one of them. Or rather she 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 out. And we thank her for that. It's the proper feeling to have' towards oar fellow-travellers through this vale of tears--and pains. "Some:-eighfc 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, -1 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. Mow and then I wa3 completely prostrate. "We hunted everywhere for a care an...

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Attempt Murders. OVER A. BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. Melbourne Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Attempt Murders OVER A. BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. Melbourne Friday. A yonug woman named Catherine Canlfiald fired fbac ^sliols from » re Tolver at a railway porter-named Edge at Spencer street railway station yester day. Miss Caulfield stated there was a breach of promise action pending against Edge and a few days ago she complained that her witnesses were being tampered with. Edge saccceded in disarming her and she was arrested on a charge of attempted murder.

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