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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
Current Events-. THAT PRACTICAL JOEEB.-A COTTC ppondent writes : " Your par re practical joker laet week reminds me of an occasion, when a man with a glass eye wis staying at a south-western pub in a room with a mate. The glass-eyed man need to put hm eye in a tumbler of water overnight and npon one occasion *"» mate, seized with'an awful thirst, get out of bed and drank the whole conte-ta of the glass!" £We unhesitatingly hand the cake lo oar correspondent.-ED. JP.] POIICE COURT.-The following cases were heard before the P.31- during the past week: William Wilfred M*Donald pleaded guilty to cliild desertion and was ordered to 5a per week for 12 months aiid 4a Gd costs of court. Willie Cow, a China man, for supplying opium to a gin was fined £10 and la cost of court with 10s coats of interpreter; in default two months in Roma Gaol. Dick Wan was chargud with a similar offence and was fined £20 and Is costs of eonrt; in default three months in Roma gaol. HOUSE BURNED DOITS.-On Monday ...
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
Stock and Station. Bquotters, Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to publish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which have ta&en places in their respective ciatrict, in this column, will kindly forward the information GO as to xerch tliia offico not later than Friday morning, in order to ensura its publication in tho following day's issuo. Times Office, Friday. ' Mr. Aadersoa ia bis forecast to-day docs not give as any hope ia this part of Queensland. Ho says the rain will be " chiefly and unfortunately confined to the north-western and Peninsula regions." He means unfortunately for OS in the south-west, but Fortunately for the northern people. "Well, it is good to know that some ouo is getting rain, but wc are waiting patiently for our sharp, if it is ever going to come. People are leaving the district wholesale and journeying towards the coast and at present it looks as if we will all have to follow suit. O, for rain ! We haveiast received from the Wat...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
Riile Shooting. On Saturday afternoon last a club match was shot, the prizes being jEL, 12s. 6d., and 7a. 6d. The winners were Messrs C.M. Hooper, "W". B.-Mackenzie, odd ET. .T. Carter. Handicap scores were limited to ?6. The following are the results. . 800 500 BL'cnp T'tal C.M. Hooper ... 28 8S" 7 66 W. B. Mackenzie... 29 30 7 66 H. J". Carter ... 28 SO .11 66 A. R. Smith ... 24 : 22 25 . C6' M. A. M'Phcrson ... 25 28 " 20 &lt;>6 R. Gr. Gillies ... 27 25 15 66 A. C. Webb 29 28 9 &lt;»6 B. Fraacr ... 25 18 23 66 O. Hooper, Senr. ... 24 19 22 65 W. Tmnp ... 25 28 11 64 Q. W. .Barcher. 27 32 5 64 ?J. M'G'arthy.. . ... 30 25 8. 68 W. Nortbcofc 20 17 24 Gl G. Calcino ... 26 27 8 ' 61 D. Graham ... 18 18 23 59 Gr. Hooper - ... 22 31 5 ' 58 *G. M. Mackenzie 13 -4 26 ., 39 .Retired - . The following scores were made on Thursday afternoon: 300 500 600T'al H. J. Carter 29 30 26 85 C. W. Bnrcher ... 27 30 26 83 A. C. Webb ... 26 29 17. 72 A committee meeting of the Cliarle...
AN EVENTFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
AN EYENTFULyYEAR The laifc year, of tje last century haa been perhaps one of the moat eventfal Britishers Jiave known for the past hundred years. The War in Sauth Africa, the reverses the British troops sustained and. their ultimate victory, have come aa a surprise. The advent of wireless telegraphy, the complications, of China, the Cyclone in Texas, and the birth of the new Australian- Empire arc events un doubtedly of a lifetime. ; And all have occurred during the past year. Then again during that particular year Bile Beans for Biliousness have earned for themselves a reputation which places thorn far ia advance of any other, preparation. "Why ia such the case, and why have Bile Beans become so popular? . Firstly bccause the actual raorita of tfce Beans are such as to convince ths patient of their medicinal value; secondly because they have stood thejfceat of years; and thirdly, because the price, per box, is Bacb as to bs without the graap of bs&.ti twU w&lt;i pew...
Nervous Disease. A South Brisbane Lady Reduced to a Miserable Condition, BUT NOW STOUTER AND STRONGER THAN FOR YEARS. Thw Case of MRS. ESTHER SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
"f Nervous Disease. A South Brisbane Lady Reduced >* & :Jb to a Miserable Condition, BUT NQW STOUTER AND STRONGER THAN FOR YEARS. THo Case ef * MRS. ESTHER SIMPSON. (BT OUR STKClAEi REPORTEB.) . When our reporter visited Mrs. Esther Simpson, to find out all about her late illness ' and the manner in which'she got better, ha expected to see in t.liat lady a thin and decrepit form, with pale face and lack Iustrts eye, leaning upou n stick. What was his astonishment, however, when a fine, njj right, hearty-looking lady, still in the prims ff life, and apparently in excellent health, - met him ®t- thodoor of her house in Cam bridge-wrest, off Vulture-street, East Brisbane, and declared herself to be aha whom he sought. "Oh, yes,9she replied, in answer to tha newspaper man's questions; "I made m perfect recovery, and am a great deal stronger and better in health than I havs been* for years. Bat I was in a perilous .tats once; ao bad, indeed, that I always give a little shudder...
Weather Forecast. Brisbane, Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
Weather Forecast Brisbane* Friday,: Yet again cloudy amL close- through out the country vTitk rain, aiid.cn jrriciaiis: thunderstorms aader strong winds from butwuen north-east, north, and north west, chiefly, and unfortunately, confined to north-western and Peninsula region:?. ARCHIBALD ANDERSON, Acting Go*t. Meteorologist. So he Eyei,-One readers are to commended for their continued confidaa in the time honoured remady, Morri«?» Imperial Eye Ointment. From the earliest history of the colony it lias fou favour, and is now acknowledged as diapenaibta in curing all eye traubl brought about by dnst, heat, cold, il exposure, &o. All local medieino venda will bo happy to supply it (price 2s per 1*0' and being so efficacious never risk tiyin any substitute that, may be oSain, Morris's Imperial Eye Ointment is inffi'Vf/j a public boon.* _ It Saved His Baby, " My bi >y was terribly tsieic with diarrhoea, we were unable to euro hi with the doctor's assistance, nd as a 1 resort we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
STATUTORY DECLARATION. T, ESTHER SIMPSON, of Cambridge Street, Fanf i Brisbane, in the Colony of Qaeex»l&!t3, de bcreby solemnly and sincerely declare thai* I have carefully read the annexed document, consisting of five folios and consecutively numbered from one te five, and that it contains and is a tme and faithful account of my illness and cure by Clements Tonic* and also coutaiiis my fall permission to publish the eazne in any -way ; and that I do not receive any payment for the same; and I make this solemn " declaration, ro-untarijy, conscientiously believing the same to be true* and ' by virtue of UM provision* of "The Oaths Aetg 1SOT." Declared at Brisbane, this 1st day of August, one thousaud cfchfc hundred and filcety-uiae. before a* 21203 HFUfifiQP, J.P. iTISSiIY.! Sickly, 3Sut not sick. Pale £§5 weak, nerveless, listless. gg> No appetite, feed distasteful. "e£ liver sluggish, sleep broken and unrsireshing; headaches ^J5 scmetlsnes. These are the s2? symptoms oJ...
QUEEN VICTORIA. (Continued from last week). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
QUEM VICTORIA. [By Bev. R. Eyton, SLA.] (Continued from last week). : 'No accoaat of the Qaeen's ex ample and influence would be ade quate which did not dwell on the beauty of her home life-on the depth and intensity of her family affection. One great effect of Christ ianity on the Teutonic race-the English and German branches alike -has been to infase into' them a | value and a love for the pare and | simple joys and blessings of home life. There is»a closeness, a solidity about their domestic life which, is an ample compensation for tbe want of that social brilliancy which be longs to the Latin races. Reverence for the household life and duties- -a high sense of their obligations-a been relish for home pleasures and eujoymenta-srthis hats been the strong element in English and Ger man societies amid many unsettling eUmea£s« The absence of this taate fat tea* lift* tk* l0V&lt;SEt8g of parental feeling to a. mere iudis crimiaatiag championship of tlxeir own children, whether...
TROUBLES OF HUSBAND AND WIFE. BILE BEANS FOR, BILIOUSNESS VICTORIOUS. MRS. BENDALL CAN NEVER BE TOO GRATEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
TROUBLES OF HUS3T Mm WIFE BILE BEANS MOB, BILIOUS NESS VICTORIOUS. BIBS. BENDALL CAN NEVEB BE TOO GRATEFUL. There is no nioro preratent com plaint m the world that biliousness. Doctors have u««d tons of paper 111 prescribing for the complaint and volume after volume lias bears written explaining exactly what biliousness ia, sad likewise giving farther par ticulars of which the malady may Jj© obliterated* Yet a Iran go to aay the complaint prsvaiant, although since the advent of Uiia Haass is has somewhat died ia Australia. Bile Beana for Biliouaaess ara so much allied to the cure c£ bilioarm-asa, aa the British sacceaa ia South Africa ia allied" to the generalship of Lord.^f Roberts. The Uiiu.113 are ao Oia^HrsS-1^ aa to act directly ua-tha fo? bs it understood that from 3 disordered liver comes bxlioa3H2S3. ilr. ~nc Mrs. Bendall keajs tha fanasa Ingle wood Hotel, a popular icass -mlbim. easy driving distance of Adelaide, and both that lady aud geat'aman auSsrod from bilioaanesa, an...
Federal Elections. MARANOA ELECTORATE. Brisbane, 1st February 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 February 1901
Federal Elections, j MARANOA ELECTORATE. Brisbane, 1st Felnuary 1901. Messrs. Ellis, Klogli, Cranio and other gontleuicn siyningre^uiaitiou-, Longreach. Gentlemen : I had pleasure ia wiring you oa the iilsfc ultimo., that having received strong promises of sap port from all electorates included in the Maronoa division, I felt in a position to comply with yoar request to nominate tnc as a candidate for the*" House of Representatives in tho Federal Parlia ment and I now take this opportunity of placing my views before yon. Owing to the enormous area covered by the division, it will be iw]K>ssibla for uu to make a thorough canvass of all parts, bat I shall endeavour to visit all the ahief centres at as early a date as possible. The jurisdiction of the Federal Go* vernuient extends over Posts and Tele graph, Defence*, Quarantine, Marriage Laws, Currency, Weights and Measures, Bills o£ Exchange, Copyrights, Patents and Trade marks, and the ad vantage of uniform legislation on those ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
News' Queensland Folks TEN WEEKS BN HOSPITAL. AND NO BENEFIT* Another Record Recovery. Thv On* «f MR. JOHN LEWIS, (BY 05S SPECldt. BEEOKTEB.) Some very persistant reports in connec tion with a case at South Brisbane having come to the ears of oar reporter ho hied v himself over the river and called on Mr. " John Lewis, a coachbuilder, who resides at ' fcTte,ExchMigc, in the Logan-roaiL .''Are you the gcntlennui.who has been III?" queried the newspaper man of Mr. Lcivis "Tes, indeed, I have been very seriously ill: but, th.-iuk God, I am completely recoveictl now.'" " Then I want you to tell me all about your malady," replied the pressman; and /Mr. Lewis being more than willing, the two went inside the house, and the one-time Sufferer began tho following narrative : - '. One day 1 noticed a slight, piercing, catching pain between tlio third and fourta rite, ar.il, in addition, I found I was suffer ^ fng from some degree oi fever. Sfc-seeiri:d . to ine that I had soma of the symptoms ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
- £ .A.3SR3D AT ADATALE -A-ZTSTID -A-XT GATHELLA. _ r, . P\£ ^ ^ \ v ~ * V ^ r J- * , ^ v .fe-Vc'V ^ 5 N - ' z ?xl" , ^*- "j- -""i .? "V*^A"-" J f'" ^ J * * ~* 2 ^ 2^ c ~j£ ~ c/ 5' &lt;3*"* * ^ ?** y *? fiT 1 «? ^ £* ^ r -__ J &lt; ^ ^ "* ' .>» ( * ' ^ t/_ ' - . * fc OQ W O 0 OQ a 0 ;"I' '-PJ . ' . - : - - I '^- J & m u k 0 ? : l> b PH &lt;i K 0 &lt;1 T FFL IN CD P &lt;i 0 PI 0 0 . r. &lt;J K Inspect our Stock EF SUMMER T JUST OPENED. ALLTHE LATEST NOVELTIES H A* II K 0 $TO® * ? w H (0 S§H! . y £fr*V * V'/Vi. ' . ?ic*-Zs.«y;^: ~~ . . . - W K "' '-«-1 ' b?; ^1 >* .30 GO O S TET O GC H3 O Q' W GO O V - ?>. >pr? t'^S'^i.'^ - ^ ?% «7 1 - ;. ''*' i* r 1
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
To Correspondents. S.A.O.-Your previous letter was re ceived by as bat as it was parely personal and of no pablic importance we declined to insert it. M.I.-Too personal. .J.W.-Many thanks ; we reciprocate yonr wishes re rain. LeTA.ii.-The South African medal will be ft fire-pointed silver star with" the head of Qaeen Victoria in gold in the csntre, surrounded by a ting of bwn» buriof ttoi vow* v Afett**
A Queensland Court of Justice. IMPRESSIONS CARRIED AWAY. (Communicated). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
A Queensland Court of Justice. IMPRESSIONS CARRIED AWAY. (Communicated). There is nothing which more deeply affects the moral life ofa community than the fashion in which justice is administered in it. In Eugland it would not be too ranch to say that the high tons, the scrupulous fair ness as well as the stern rebukes of vice and crime administered by many our best criminal judges the moral force which has made itself felt in their utterances, has ofcsa inspired at least a recognition of and respect for a higher law . than v that of brute force, vrhieh. is, alas, 3.0 '. often the nn!v law* lino we to ths criminal classy. The bast jndses by their utterances, no; Jessihnrfby their lives, have been moralized of the community and their rebnkea 1 have been, porhaps, the only protest against vice and crime which ha3 reached the ears of fhose to whom they speak. A judge has 3 great opportunity in sentencing a prisoner. He has before him not only tha prisoner bnt his more or less sym pathet...
District Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
District Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. The criminal sittings ofr the District Court were held at Chariaville on Tues day morning last before his honout Jodge Noel. AsSAUtX Thomas Carter, a halF-casie, was charged with assaulting and occasioning bodily harm to Albert Page and plea ltd goBty. Mr. Fred. Dickson acted as Cn.r.ri Brosecutor. Mr. J. P. F. Iiocbt-lt on belialf oE the prisoner v ^°rl (??&lt;. leniency. --Si. stated that pr's .?....r u s h ii.i:d work and had a gooti character and outlin-xl the facts of the assault. IE his honour would make an order the prisoner was willing to make monetary restitution to Page rather tl-rn go to goal. Albert Pap . the witness-box and gave evidence us uj the medical at tendance he had received in GharlsviUe, Brisbane, and Toowoomba.^ D r. L'Estcange gave med ical eridcnce stafinjj that the results of a blow might be the same »:i :&lt;»y man as they had been mi Page. ^ Hii honour sentenced prisoner to ; eleven calendar months in Ro...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
Current Ey©mts. DISPATCH OP Woot.--The following bales of wool weto dispatched from the Chariavilla railway station for week ending 22nd instant: Scooted-Lis towel Downs, 60 ; E. H. T., 6 ; greasy-Elmina 19. FOUND DEAD.-Our Tambo correspon dent, writing nnder date 19th. instant* states that on the 14th mutant llr. H> Waghorne, manager of Northampton Downs, was found with a bullet wound in bis head. It is supposed to be a case of aaicide. LIXOTTPES FOR THE DOWNS.-The Dar ling Botcns Gazette announces that linotype machines will shortly be working in that office. * 'One of these machines is estimated to do the work of five compositors. Thus dees the iron tnnw succeed the man of flesh and blood. SBEABius WANTED.-The well known shearing contractors of New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria (Messrs. J.' H Young and Co.) are advertising; in another column for shearerR and offering good runs of shearing. This is a good ch*nca for "shearers to get a good ran of eheda nnder the best co...
HOW THE BOTTLE WAS SMASHED [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
HQWTHEBOTTLEWASSMASHEO A bad place to carry a botfly and almost sure to end io disaster. And an it proved in the case ot Mr. Jones' little girl. You see, her mother had sent the child to the shop of Mr. Ayres, the chemist, for a of medicine, and whim lie had givnn it to her she put it inside of h«r closed umbrella to carry homo. On her way back it began fo rain, and the child thoughtlessly raised the umbrella I Half the coitro'a of the bottle was saved, and the mother was obliged to make the best of it. Writing under date of Nov. 27th, 1899, the lady says:-''AUmt four years ago come Christmas I became bad with what I can only describe at* *a nzstr, low weak feeling: I was so weak that when I wanted to wove from one place to another in the room I had to go hand over hand around the tables and chairs. " This was so aggravating:, and I was bo feeble, that I often felt like throwing myself down, only I knew I couldn't get up again. At times I would have such dreadful pain across the che...
Federal Elections. The Senate. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
FederalElections. The Senate. A notification was published in the "Government Gazette" on Saturday statingthattheelection of members or the Senate will take place in Queensland on Saturday, 30th March. The day of nomination is Satnrday, 2nd March, and the writ is to be returned on Saturday, 4th May. An advertisement appears elsewhere giving the polling places for the various electorates. ^