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The Transvaal. [LATEST BY CABLE] Bond Offers. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

[XAIEST Br CARLE] Bond Offers London, Thuaday. 1 tie Afrikander JioncI has offered to argo the Boers to surrender if they are allowed to return to their farms and the rebels in the new coIouie3 are not pun ished. Prominent burghers suggest that Commandants BotIi3 and JDe Wet should join the Governor's Council and watch the burgher's interests in the re spective colonies.

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed o[?] statements mads by our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Correspondence. We do not kola ourselves responsible in any USSY for the opinions expressed or statement* mads by our correspondents* To THE EDITOR. SIR,-Re the drought in the west. Here the month of March is close at hand, and no legislation passed to assist ns in in any way. JTo works or buildings; in fact no Government . money to be spent wcet of Soma. la Brisbane a tender has been accepted for one building alone for 5141,000 ; also new dredges and other works. Also in other coast towns large expenditure is granted. Here ire have nothing and cannot get anything done. We are made to pay and suffer. iSfe:it to all oar stock is dead and can nothing be done? The Government turns a blind eye on us. We arc out of the way and their troubles about us I Look what the farmers on the Downs can demand. Look at their little frosted wheat. They hare members of Parliament also as sociations to look after tasir interests.. Cannot we get a big meeting here and demand 3d per cent reduction in rent...

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

MOTQ Troops. The War Office authorities state they ace sending promptly 30,000 mounted infantry, including'thoae landed ra South Africa, a force of 10,000 Yeomanry shortly available, 8,000 men for con stabulary dntv ; the 5,000 men of the new Australian contingent will mako up the remainder. The troopship Aurania will take the first batch on Saturday. The Time* states that "the War Office's very important statement will go far to allay the recent anxiety and we can only hops that the reinfoice ments will arrive in timo to prevent a recrudescence of the trouble. Lord Kitchener also needs unmounted men to relieve others who have had some hard campaigning."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

A SSiairisr'3 Goei v*zk, u I had a severe attack of biEoas colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era and Diarrhoea Remedy, tooic two doses and. was entirely cured," eaya Kev. A. A. Tower, of Emporia, Kitn. '. My neighbor *ctobb the street was sick for over a. week, hud two or three bottIe3 of medicine from the doctor. Se treed them fontbree or four days without relief, so discharged hiin. X went over to see him tho next morning. He wyrt his bowels wero in a terrible fir, that they had been running off so long that it wa3 almost bloody flax. I asked him if lie had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he gaid,1 No.' I went home and brought him my bottla and gave him one does; told him. to take another dosa 5a fifteen or twenty minates if he did not find relief, bat tie took no more and «&&entir;ly cured. I f.TiinV it- the best medicine I hare swr tried." For tale by Ells-Winter & Co., ©WiUraiK'i - :. - lame shoulder sb usually ...

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

Delagoa Bailway. The Daily Mail states . that 9a .the Portuguese section of the Delagoa Baj railwav is in British hands it is now possible to utilise it for reinforcements from the sea.

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Gold Returns. LARGE DECREASE. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Gold Returns, LABGffl DECBEASE. Brislian®,-Friday. 1 Xb* gold raturES- for- Jaimary .boxr » dacreana of nearly 20,000 ozs. ooapssed with January o£ last .year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Heie'sthe Latesi .^Spenwra & Go's., I»td, Madras * Cj^iceindian- Cigiursfroni ? ' . ' 14a 6d per 100 (whale fFECIAL sale). " Highland Neo WBSTERIf tar Whiskey," being the ' D.C.L. Co'a. (the largest SOLE distillers in the world) Top AGENCIES Quality; guaranteed ma . " ' tared.ia wood 15 years at time of shipment. SPA Helidoa Spa ! Helidon Spa! ICE ICE (from Brisbane) ICE I West End . Beer, West End SEER . Beer, direct from Brewery tsr- . weekly, ton lots, cooled by ICE. special refrigerating cham .tea;- ' Aerated (imported) SQUASH . ' ? - ? Choicest Liquors only Large Stocks, Wholesale Prices. Assorted Case - Wines and Spirits (a , -speciality) from 57s per .. ." - - case at The Club Hotel, - CUNNAMULLA. (The Premier Boose West o£ the Metropolis). Blaminated throughout with ' ;AcaxTZiSKB ' Acetylene Gas. Cool and GAS. . -Comfortable. Private .' ,-i Tahle and Apartments. R.Walsh, Proprietor. Tha ynsohaAa of] a piano zzezns ? outlay! ft wry considerable sum of money, and ! caf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

CONTAINS All THE Latest warn, BOTH I»OCAI. AM* . FOBEXGIT. THE BEST ADVERTISIN8 j MEDIUM [?- jy : WBSrQDEBSSLA^Ik Business HeticeB. DR. H. L'ESTRANGE, Successor to Db KbusaijdS . c»ra« W"'"' Strcol' ?s£W8E43S«S'~ £alb of towers Bnntoofr* Brisk®1*® , % j^ELL, * Solictor, - - ; ' Off A KLEVHtLE and Botmiwn'B. and o X Stock, Station & Breeders' eep & Cattle Salesmen. iOUGBBACH, WISTON&BLACKAtL Public Notice. Ir WK s?tj!wesssroaabd bioa purchased by u», wk! §?I3L3&>, atteatioo to Has**. wraful attention,to to -aefa the continuance oI the Sw^CASTEB&CO. S£?I ^d^tVbeTiJ «®0^$fg *| faT0ur 31ES32S. H. J. GAETEE & COS ia '-a tutors ~N. J. WESIEB&AABI) KIELSEN. f TO SQUATTERS, &c. ilO MORS Wallabies or Kangaroos AFTER FENCING "WITH CBiPNlAL-MADEWlBE NETTIN6 - HASTCFACTURED by Lysag&fc Bros. & Co-» Ltd -OFFICES: 214 Queen-Street' bbisbase file SYME^®MIi. OT'l3&,83£S^'ttT A MAGAZINE at Genera v. on P«s...

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Stock and Station. Squatters,. Agents, - Drovers, and others willing to publish reports of efcook sales, stock mqvoments, and minfalln, which have tab en places in; their respective cigtrict, in thia column,- willkiiidly. forward tiie information loss to rerehtiio offico not later thanFriday morning, in order to ensure ita publication in the following day's issue Times Office, Friday. Mr. J. W- IVl'Donald,' manager of Gilmora station, has kindly forwarded as the following rainfall figures for that station daring 1900. Mr. M'Donald states that although the figures total 7.05 inches the rain has been of no bene fit to the grass as each shower fell too quickly. January 0*98 February 1-12 March nil, April nil May - 0 88 Jane 2-16 July ... ... ... 1*27 August; nil September... ...' ... nil October ... ... ... nil November ... 0*44 December ... 0-20. Total ... ... 7-05 Number of wet days Id. Mr. G. W. Pitt has kindly forwarded as the following records of rainfall on Gowrie for the past tw...

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Charleville Land Court SETTINGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Cttarleville Land Conrfc t SETTINGS FOR 1901 » - March 8 Thursday April 4 Friday Muy 10 > June7 ' > July 5 » August 9 t . Septembers i October 4 fforwjjbttre (?,

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

. Water Board. - : * ? misting of the Cfaerleyilla Water Authority t?33 tlien held. MrSETES. The minutes or the previous meeting Tier© read and confirmed. Coanza?oKDBxcH. Inward.-From the Under Secretary rs loans. REPORT. The clerks financial report showed a credit balance oE £52 Is -id. ACCOUNTS. Accounts to the amount of £15 12s id were passed for payment sod the meeting adjourned with a rote of thanks to the Major.

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Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Municipal Council THE fortnightly meeting of tie Char Mo Municipal Council was held on Wednesday evening last. Thero wen pretest: Adderit.ea 6. Barber (Mayor), w. Gr, BilEngton, J. Armstrong, G. T. Smith," D/S. Espie, and C. Arnold. MiirnTBe. Tiio minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Coim^sfed^MiNc.e.. , Inclndeil in tlie coVreapondence were tie following letters : ' Inward :-From Mr. Thomas Logan, asking For the Amount of rates duo by him. From hDr. Ham, asking for a copy "of the tJoUncil'o by-laws. From Mr. A. M'tisod, ashing the value of certain fond offered to him and if rates on same had been paid. Oatward.-To Mr. John Bsrrowfcliffe, re Milliar'a "Crossing. Rsroara A report rtna read riom tho common ranger. > " " ' The clefa'a financial report showed a credit balanco of .£32 12B Id. Alderman Arnold reported that the works committee had inspected the railway gates and the work passed. At liar's'Crossing they rscomended a earn of £5 fca spent. Tenders wonld...

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

Charlevi/le Hospital. The first in«'.fcing of tlia new Gharls ville Hospital committee was bald on Thursday afternoon Ia^fc, there being present: Mr. G. Barber (president). Rev. B. Eyton, Messrs. C. J). E. Fran, cis, J. F. F. Lockets, G. IT. Bell, G. M. Mackenzie, G. Arnold, W. G. Bil lington, R. T. Savage, Dr. L'Estranga and the (Secretary (Mr. A. C. Webb}. BIr. Lockeit apologised fur the abseil^ of Mr. D. Love. . ^ MINUTES. . Theminutes oE the previous meathjg ^ were read and confirmed. COKBESPOSDBKCE. '! Included in the correspondence wcra the following letters : Inward-.SVorn the Home Secretary's office, re Catnanas M'Mahon's case. From Station-masks, Morven, asking what to do with medics! battery at .J. Mandate's hotel. Froci Messrs. R. Williams and A. Band, at® cepting their appointments as country members oi the committee. Outward To various members oi country com. mittea notityiag their apooratsaaat aa same. To Statiou master, Morv-sn, ra medical battery. To Mrs. Baker, Thir...

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

mm VICTORIA. [By Rev. E. Eyton, M.A.] Nothing that has happened ia our own time has called forth so deep a wave of feeling as the death of the Qneeu, not only in her own do minions, bat throughout the civ ilised world. It may be well, while our emotions are still stirred, to set down someof the many great lessons of her life 1. Her long reign gave her a unique position among themonarchs of Europe. . Tt is difficult to ex aggerate the respect with which she was regarded by them and the in fluence, always for peace and right eousness, which she exerted over, them. To take an instance. There can-te nothing so important in the interests of the peace of Earapeaa a »ood understanding between rEng land and Germany. The Germans are our natural allies-members of the gisafc Teutonic family ; the same great domestic instinct possesses the two nations, and the same de sires for educational advance. There is no other nation in Europe so closely bound to us by common ideals as the German-between ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

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

FederalEiections. Ihe following wire was received from Longreach on Saturdayafternoon :Mr. Banning wires from Brisbane thjtf^fie-is' pleased with the promises of support re ceived and will therefore consent to be nominated as a candidate for tHs Maranoa. A letter has been received by tho Cbarleville Federal Leagua from B£r» Griffiths declining to conteit th® ftlaranoa Federal electorate owing to the death of his partner (Mr. "W. M rrving). The Aagathalla league has decided to support Mr. Banning and a meeting of the Charleville league is to be held on Monday next when it is expected the same course will be adopted here. A private letter front L-ongreach baa. been received in Chariaville^ax'd wa have been permitted to make t following extract: Banning is au able man in evezy way-a aolictop bf profaaaion-md has been 20 yaiw here managing large properties. Ha" is interested in stations* selections, cawtworit^ &3.y«4 m

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INDIAN MEMORIAL. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

INDIAN MEMORIAL. London, Thursday. Lord (Jorzon'a suggestion oE an Indian national memorial to the late Queen at Calcutta has been immediately and warmlr supported by princes and people, and over £152,000 bos already been subscribed.

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Our Late Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Our Late Queen. OQ Saturday morning laafc a memorial service was held in AU Saints* Church, Charlevilie, in memory of the late Queen Victoria. The church was draped with black and most of the congregation also wore signs of mourning. The Rev. R. Eyfcon, M.A., preached the sermon, dwelling principally - upon the late Queen's personal influence upon her people. At thaconclnsion of the service the " Dead March'"' in " Sanl" was played by the organist (Miss Williams) the congregation^ standisg daring the rendition. A' memorial, service was also held~at the Charlevilie Presbyterian Church on Saturday at 3 p.m. Th» buildingwaff "Well filled and the pulpit, draped' with black and whita bowsy presented: &"beat appearance, " ; The Rev. D. Paltori preached a "Stirring sermon dealing principally' with the. Queen's life in a spiritual sense. Thfe " Dead March " in " Sanl" was rendered by Mrs. Billington on the organ the congregation- mean while standing. - . . -..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Zt Stored Hlu Saby» " 2>!y baby was terribly HCk with the diarrhoea, wa were amibla to cure him_ .prith the doctor's assistance, nd as a Iart resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Choi ara and Djarrboea 3emedy," says Mr. J H- DcaV of Williams, Or?. " I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a com pieie cure." For sale by Fitz-Waltor & Co., Caarisviile. Division of Murweh. imu&LjsjE&sm. SUBDIVISION NO. 1. IHEitEBY jIto notice that tbe under mentioned CANDIDATES have bean duty Nominated to fill the Vacancy aa mam* for Ibe above Subdivision": JOHN WABE DOW UNO, "JAMES Villiak M'SEIxah. $Ltiio ncnibar o: CANDIDATES exceeds the nuraber of members to be elected, a 2*01iti (by post) for deciding between suoli Candidates will be taken on MONDAY. the XIti diy of Pebrusry, 1501, at the- Board's OSee, CharlaviUe, closing at 4 o'clock p.m. THOHAS A. BBODIE, 1 - - . Bafcaraing Officer. iariefilTa, ISiliJanuaryylSJfM- - - Division of Murweh. SZTEAOSDINASY VACANCY b...

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Weather Forecast. Brisbane Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 February 1901

Weather Foreoast Brisbane Friday. Cloudy, close, and aaltry weather is largely expected to predominate ; also a precipitation, will be heavy in parts east from a lino goining Boarketovrn, Alice, and St George ; this necessary relates to th« whole of the peninsula ; scattered rains with thunderstorms inland; tropical dis-1 tarbance off cesat. ARCHIBALD ANDERSON,

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