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ADAVALE. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

ADAVALE. FROM oua CORRESPONDENT. It is seldom I Lave anything interest ing to communicate from onr qnite little township, bat I mast not allow the 24th i oE May festivities to pass over without a few words. First of all we had a picnic for the school children, whichl am pleased to say was a great success, thanks to some of oar energetic townsmen. There were various races, etc., in which the little ones entered with great zest, to the amusement of those present. The prizes, which were numerous, were kindly dis tributed by Mrs. Cronin. It goes without saying that a splendid lunch vas pro vided, to which young and old did ample justice. The ball was also a great suc cess socially and financially, the proceeds going towards the erection of a new j school building, which is badly wanted | The hall, kindly lent by Mr. Woodhatch, was tastefully decorated for the occasion, together with a good floor and good I music, to which the lovers of Terpsichore ! tripped the light fantastic till the ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Apple Batter Podding. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

Apple Batter Podding Ingredients : Half a pint of milk, two three ounces of flour, three apples. Method : Make the batter as for York shire pudding, by first beating the eggsi, oouring the milk on them, and mixing ->oth gradually with the flour ; qut; the ipplpg Into eight pieces, sprinkle a little sugar on each piece, lay them in a pie lish, pour the batter over them, and bake "or three-quarters of an hour.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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MURWEH DIVISIONAL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

MURWEH DIVISIONAL BOARD. A meeting of the Mnnreh Divisional Board took place on tie 26th nit. Present:-Messrs. Duncan Love (chairman), T. P. Archer, A. Band, J. E. Raleigh, 6. W. Pitt, A. J. McKen zie, T. A. Brodie, and G. W. Peyton. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. UORVBN BORE. Proposed by Mr. Brodie, seconded by Mr. Peyton-That the Board accept J. L. Woodley's tender for the Morven bore, dated December last, but reserve the right of stopping work at 2000 feet if considered desirable. Carried. . Proposed by Mr. McEenzie, seconded by Mr. Raleigh-That the Commis sioner be asked to pick a site for the Morven bore, in conjunction with one of the Board's officers, as soon as possible. . Amendment, proposed by Mr. Brodie, seconded by Mr. Archer-That- the responsibility of selecting a site for the bore at Morven be left with the Govern ment, and they be requested to send an officer up for that purpose without delay. The amendment waa lost, Messrs. Band, Brodie, and...

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To Reheat Underdone Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

To Reheat Underdone Heatl Chop the meat small, add salt; pepper, chopped onion, and some good, gravy. Sutter a sufficient number of small noulds, crumb them with bread rasp .njjs'and nearly fill them with meat, iover with mashed potatoes. Bake for ;wenty minutes in a-hot. oven. . Serve .vith good gravy.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The adjoriraed meeting froifl tfle25th May of tin? Cliarle^HIc Municipal Coun cil was held last 'frtcsdny evening art the Chnrleville . Hotel. The xuajur (Alderman Aescliitriann) presided, and theie were also prcseflt-^Aldernien Ar nold, Gibbs, Brcnnen, and Aiiraiil. The correspondence inward and out ward was read. The applications for the position of Town Clerk were considered seriatim. Alderman Adrain then moved, and Alderman Artiold seconded, and it Was carried-" That the application made by Mr. C. t?. Downing be accepted, ami he be appointed Town Clerk at a salary of £125 per annnnt, and that he be asked to find a fidelity bond for £100.'* Mr. Dottaing was then called into the room, and the Mayor explained that he had been appointed clerk. Mr. Downing thanked the Mayor and aldermen; Alderman tireniign reported that he and ? Alderman A mold had i'flfcpe{!t&l the work done by Messrs. James Overend and Co., and found that it had been completed satisfactor...

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POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

POLICE COURT. tBefore tlie Police. Magistrate.) There has been a largo amnnnt of business transacted at the Police Conrt this week, lint as most of the cases dealt with weid family jars or neighbourly quarrels, in which the solicitors engaged had much the bust of it, we think it well not to publish the evidence given. Two or three cases of drunkenness and dis orderly conduct resulted in fines. In the case of O. W. Xf'Conachy, summoned Ft allowing singing and music in the Carriers' Arms Hotel on the night of May 19th, the decision of the Coutt on a point raised by Mr. Bourke, counsel for the defence at the conclusion of the evidence, was deferred till the llth instant. DEFAMATORY MliEI.; FrrthCesco "Loyola v. Mrs. Richard Wal ducVand Richard Waldnck. Florence George deposed : I am the wife of Broncho George, circus proprie tor, and at present reside in Charleville; I know both complainant and lefendant in this case ; I remember Friday last; T was at the circus on that dale, and saw d...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

Til VII AID CO., General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, ALFRED-STREET, CHARLEVILLE, ARE now offering their FIRST CONSIGNMENT of miiW GOODS £. i ' -sou AUTUMN AND WINTER WEAR, Comprising an Enormous and Well-Selected Stock of Xevr Dress materials, Hew Millinery, - BLANKETS, FLANNELS, FLANNELETTES HENS', YOUTHS', & BOYS' GLOTHINCf & 0VERC0AI1, SHIRTS, HATS, BOOTS, &c.., At Ridiculously low Prices. In GLASSWARE, CHINA, EARTH EN W ARE, BRUSH WARE, CUTLERY, HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES, as well as dejERAK CIrocebixs (Teas a ipecialily), TAJ WA.H & CO.'S Is the CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE WEST. PRODUCE! AT IiOWEST MARKET BATES. WHYTE, MACPEERSON, & CO, Stock, Station, Commission, and For . warding Agents* AtTCTIOlTEEES, CORNER OF WILLS AND ALFRED STREETS ; (AESCEOMANN'S HOTEL), CHAELEYILLE. 6001I and Secure Paddocks. Stock Taken on Agistment. HEAD OFFICK : ST. QEORGE. BRANCH OFFICE : BOLLON. - -... , ) Hill, Clark, & Co., Sydney. AGENTS fo jrpj,e Lon...

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THE RAILWAY WORKS DISPUTE. THE CONTRACTOR'S VERSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

THE RAILWAY WORKS BlsPtrtri. TETK CONTRACTOR'S Vanstow. Reports of public meetings Iieltl by s»me unemployed meu who came from Brisbane to CharloviHe to work on the Cunnamulla extension, and who declared that they were unable to get work as promised by the contractor on arrival here, have appeared in two or three issues of this paper, and the statements made by the speakers at the meetings are already known to the pnblic. With a view to ascertaining the other side of the story, a representative of this jonrnal waited on Mr. Henderson (who acted as agent fur Mr. Wilcocks in Brisbane in engaging many of the men who came to Charvclille) a conple of days agOj who promptly complied with oar desire fot further information on the subject titan that stipplied at the meetings referred to. The following statements as to the position of affairs are made on the authority of Mr. Henderson: Nearly all the men who came up are at work with the exception of those who cleared out after getting an ord...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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CHARGES FOR CHILLING. A PRINTER'S ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

CHARGES FOR CHILLING. ! A PRINTER'S ERROR. In oar issae of April 18th ap peared a report of the general meet ing of the shareholders in the Char leville Refrigerating, Preserving, and Boiling: Down Company, Ltd., and also of the Directors' meeting held afterwards. At the latter meet ing an agreement was (among other things) entered into between the Company and Messrs. J. H. Geddes, Birt,-and Co., the lessees of the works, as to the rates to be charged for freezing, shipping, etc.; bnt in lifting the type on to onr printing machine, after- the proof had been read and corrected in the nsnal way, one of the fignres m the scale of charges dropped ont of its place, and an error occurred in the report as printed which (though the ini tiated wonld readily detect it) might easily lesid to a serions misconcep tion. the following is the correct reading of the agreement referred to Messrs. J. H. Geddes, Birt, & Co. are to have lease of works for a term of seven years, at a-rental of si...

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A HOPELESS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

A HOPELESS CASE. " There is a 'chance . foiT eyexybcKjy;" l| said tlie preacher to tfie strartg^r. " Irfais up and be hopeful. Gast your® caics, and you can -find salvation." ® '. No," replied the strange?' sadly. " I H can't find salvation." .' ' '8 ".Everybody who seeks can, find," xaiu 8$ the preacher. " Why cannot' you ?" M " O." cried the stranger, tmrstins into .;j| tears. '. I can't And anything. " I'm a Mjj Brisbane detective." ||j

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HER FATHER WAS GETTING IN FORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

HER FATHER WAS GETTING EST FORM; .? He pondered in silence .for s.; moment '.SB When the ormolu clock ha<£* measured a Sg moment he. spoke. . . S " E)arliri£;". ht» said, " da you think 55 your father divines my purpose ?" m The lovely girl .did. not pohdfer at aSl, f§ She answered at once. ' ' B " Egbertdld;" sh<» whispered,I think .f| he suspects: . For .upwards of a week ig now he has devoted -an hour, each after- H ncoh practising the drop kidii irtth a bag ||s of sand."

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A VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

A. VICTIM. " Wotts ' hydrophobia.*' ,?. anyhow asked Weary Watkins as'he spelled out the' article in the ne'wspaper- Which thff corner grocer had lent him:', .; It means hatred of water," replied the corner gTocer, " and it is dT faif.l -dls-' eas£." . ?? _ Them run for a doctor/'; cried Weary as he fell back with a groan. "I'si.a dead man."

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NOT TOO OLD FOR ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

NOT TOO. OLD FOR ANOTHER. She was a poor lone widow once more, for she had Just' burled a husband for the third time. Calling to condole with the bereaved parishioner, the minister touched on many gifts and graces of her dear de parted, and said by way of a parting word : " Be comforted, then, dear madame, in your great affliction. It is doubtless a heavy burden to bear, but it must be a source of great consolation to you that you do not sorrow as one who has no hope." " "Deed it is, minister," said the be reaved lady, drying- her eyes. " He was a guid man, was John ; but I'm not that auld yet, an' as you say I've aye the hopes o' getting anither ane." And the good old minister departed, feeling too much astonished to contra dict her.

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Daliying with Hins. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

DaliyiuS with Hi us. The sensitive-souled office boy looked as If somebody had been having fun with him when his employer came Into the'office. " Any one been here ?" he inquired of the boy. " Yes, sir," said the boy in a hurt tone. " Who was it ?" "Don't know, sir." ' .' Did you ask him to leave his name 7" " Yes, sir, but he wouldn't." " "Why not ?" " Said he was a stranger in town and had a lot of people to see antyhe thought he'd better take it with him, sir." The boss laughed and the boy sat down in the corner and sulked.

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BEFORE THE REVOLUTIONS WHAT ROYALTY COST FRAN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

BEFORE THE REVOLUTIONS WHAT ROYALTY COST FRAI* OF the magnitude, splendour and cjjSsjj the royal establishment we can notion from the fact that the popu)atii«| Paris at that time was only 600,000, whjggggg the household consisted of G,000 per!n||| with stables containing 2000 horses unc%ra| chariots; thtee distinct hunting and SSjg sporting establishments, together witUH army of 1,500 lackeys, whoso liveries JH cost 540,000 Livres a year. The livrefiH equal to about lOd. sterling. JH| There were seventy-five officers conncMw with the King's chapel alone, and fcaH eight physicians, surgeons, apothecaSBH attached to his person. w D'Argenson, writiog in 1751, says-gaga is asserted that there are 4,000 hors<fH|| the King's household, and that this JMj alone his single person cost 63,00(igl|| livres, or one-quat ter of the public revenHH A« late as 1780, 383 men and 133 ®||| wore employed for the King's table,-wkSb cost 2,177,771 livres, together with 390,OOu livres for those ...

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Wanted a Wife. VISIT TO A WORKHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

Wanted a Wife. VISIT TO A WORKHOUSE. The " Chester Chronicle" says : - AS rj '.tter-of-fact captain of -one of the ' canal boats plying between Chester and I Ellesmere Port called at Nantwlch ' Workhouse and asked whether the mas ter could recommend as a wife one of the female inmates in the house. He explained that he lost his wife about six j months ago, and he badly wanted a ' housekeeper. He said he could give the " lady" a comfortable home in his cabin, with a prospect of her becoming' his wife if she came up to his expectations. The officials evidently regarded the pro posal as a serious matter, for the pros pective bride,1 and suggested that the man should give them twenty-four hours to consider his application. The follow ing day the captain again appeared at the workhouse, and he was introduced to about fifty likely candidates, one of whom, between 40 and 50, he finally selected. The couple left the house amid the congratulations of the inmates and a perfect shower of old s...

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That was Different. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

That was Different. " No !" said he in a load voice, " 1 have not lost faith in the honesty of my fel low-men, and I hope the day will never come when I shall." " Perhaps you never lent any money T* queried the other in sarcastic tones. " But I have, sir. Only last week some1 thing: happened in that line to strengthen my confidence in humanity. A year ago, while I sat in the Union depot in Cleveland, an unfortunate fel low-man asked: me for the loan of a dollar, promising to return it some day." " Humph ! "You banded it right out 7" " Yes, sir, I did. I gave him the dollar and believed he would do as he said. Three days ago I was in the same city and depot." " And you saw the same man ?" *' I did, sir." " And he handed you back your dollar ?" " He did, sir." " My friend," said the sarcastic man, after drawing a long breath, " you pro bably kept that dollar as a relic ?" I did, sir, and here it is." He took a dollar bill out of his pOcket and handed it over. It was Canadian currency....

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Could Not Accept Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

Con d Wot Arctpt Thrnu Iu connection with the coming visit of the Dnke and Duchess of York to Sheffield on the 11th May, James Butler, a Sheffield lad» the son of a labourer, wrote to the Duchess, saying that he had read of the visit, and adding: " I should think it a great honour to present you with a bunch of May blossoms if you wish so. I am a poor Sheffield boy, aged 14 years old." The following reply has been received " Lady Eva Ureville is desired by her Royal Highness, the Duchess of York, to acknowledge Mr. James Butler's letter, and to say how sorry shet is that she cannot accept his kind offer of flowers. Her Royal High ness is touched by his kind thought, but she regrets that she is obliged to refuse so many kind offers that she fears she ; cannot make an exception."

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Spray. "Remember the Baker." [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

Spray. "BrmrulMT the Baiter." In. the courts of Venice, when a pri souer is about to be condemned to death, a tall and ghostly looking individual, dressed in a long black gown, walks ma jestically to the centre of the courjtrooni, bows solemnly to the Judges, and in a cavernous voice pronounces the words " Hemember the baker !" Then he bows again, and stalks away. Just 500 years ago a baker was executed in .Venice for a crime of which he was not guilty. When his innocence was established, the Judges who condemned him gave a sum of money to the city, the Interest oh which was to be devoted to the setting up and perpetual burning of a lamp known as the "lamp of expiation," in the palace of the Doges.

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An for Naught. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 June 1896

Al! for NaneU ! "No," said the pensive maiden, "it is impossible that tiiis engagement should liist longer. I thought I loved yon Once, , but I fellow better now. Can you forgive me ?" " Well, I should say hot;" hissed the young man, making a grab for his hiit. " For niore than a year-all for you -I have not been to a picnic; I have played no billiards ; I have not taken s, drink; I have turned the cold shoulder on every girl that has tried to flirt with me. How am I going to get paid back for all the fun I have missed V Oh, yes, I'll forgive yon-I don't think I"

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