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Federal Matters. Federal Capital. Opening of Parliament. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
Federal Matters. Federal Capital. Opening of Parliament Sydney, Friday., The Federal Cabinet has decided to request the New feoutli Wales Parlia ment to make recommendations with regard to suitable sites fur the Federal capital for tho Federal Parliament'^ decision. The Federal Parliament will be opened bj commission, the epeeoh being read by the Duke of York as the King's Commisnoner. "*" Mr. Barton has cabled the Canadian and New Zealand Governments, invit ing them to send a thoosaftd troops- to the opening ceremony. Mr. Barton lias also invited Sir Wilfred Laarier (Canadian Premier).
CORRESPONDENCE DEALT WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
OOKRESPONDEUCE DEALT WITH. Alderman Ejpie proposed,-" That Alderman Armstrong, be the second representative of the- Council on the Fire Brigade Board." Seconded by Alderman Bfllington and carried. The matter of the Crown Xiaw Office refusing; to give .advice .on the validity or otherwise of the election of the Mayer came up and' Alderman Armstrong stated he thought Mr. BtfW tnan slioald hare' taken tlie correspond dence to tlie Home Secretary . ?. :~ Alderman Billington proposed,^-. "That the opinion of Mr. Bull be obtained on the matter."- .Seconded 'by Aldcruian Espie aud carried. BEPOKXS. A report frotu . the inspector of nuisances was read. Alderman Arnold reported oa behai of the works couiuiitleo re variouf works. s Tbc auditors' report was read by the clerk which stated that tbe books bad been well, carefully, and neatly kept. The clerk read the balance sheet for the half-year ended 31st December, 1900, which was duly acceptcd. MlSCELLASKUCa. The Mayor promised to present a r...
Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
Municipal Council THE ordinar; fortnightly meeting of the -Charieville Municipal Coancil was held on Wednesday evening last when there were > present: Aldermen Gr. Barber j(Mayor), W. G. Billington, J. Armstrong, G. T. Smith, D. E. Espic. and C. Arnold. Misbteb. The minutes of the previous meeting' were read and confirmed. COBRESPOSDEJTCE. Incladed in the correspondence were the following letters: Inwards-From Dal by Municipal Council, asking for copy of Charieville Coancil by .laws. From Home Secretary's Department re Licensing Board. From same rc Fire Brigade Board. From Mr. D. Bon man, MX.A., stating that the Crown Law Offices refused to give the advice asked for and also re proposed new by - law. From F. Calcino, complaining of stock afid goats straying on the streets. Outward.-To Mr. D. Bowman, MX. A., ro validity of Mayoral election and asking him to get opinion of same from Crown Law Offices; also re proposed new by law. To the Homo Secretary's Depart ment forwarding name ...
WHAT THE REPORTER ELICITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
WHAT THE REPORTER ELICITED. Tho Telegraph prints an interesting stoiy concerning a young lady who lived in tho Ennogera district for fifteen years, afterwards settling in Swan Hill, Brisbane. The newspaper man adds that he obtained., ample cor roboration of the narrative,. which he gives in the' speaker's own words. Miss Maggie Blair, of Victoria Street, Swan Hill, said: " Although I have only lived two and a half years in this district 1 am well-known, my father being engaged on the wharves, so yon easily obtain corroboration of what I say. It was in Angnst, about two years ago, that I found I- was suffering from ancemia. Gradually I became very weak, and even household dnties were toq much for me. . Daring the day my fingers and feet swelled np greatly and dreadfal pains came in my limbs and body The maples of my arms were so weak that. E could neither lift anything nor ?dress myself. I tried vapor baths without avail. One day I read in a pamphlet of several people who had -been&a...
Wate Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
Wate Board. A meeting of the Charleville Wate Authority , was thea held, the same aldermen being' present. * MIHUXEP. The minutes of the previous meeting wereread and confirmed. - COSEESPONDENGE. Inward Erom Ula Ula Divisiona Board, asking for information ro water supply. Outward :-To Ula Ula Divi sional Board, forwarding information asked for. MISCELLANEOUS. The Major stated that in compliance with a request at last meeting tho first eight defaulting ratepayers on the list hod bcea summoned. Accounts. Accounts to the amount of £98 10s were passed for payment. The meeting then adjourned with the usual vote of thanks to the chair.
Train Disaster. IN SYDNEY. EIGHT PERSONS KILLED. TWENTY-THREE WOUNDED. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
; Train Disaster. IN SYDNEY. BIGHT PERSONS KILLED. TWENTY-THREE JYOUNDED. 8ydney, Saturday. There was » disaster yesterday even ing on . the Illawarra line between Sydney and HnR>tr3k The train was timed to leave Red fern station for the letter place at 5.55 p.m., and it was filled with its cnstomaiy freight of work men and other passengers. The engine left the track when going at the folle.it speed allowed for snch trains at 6 o'clock, and when about 200 yards beyond Sydenhan station.. There is a slight fall at the plaee:where the disaster oc curred. The engine, which sprang off the line, ran into a contiguous street, a distance of abont 50 fee:, where it to met} completely round so that the staek end of t fee engine,: w&iefr had when travel ling fnced towards Temne, the next station ahead, was fonnd after the crash to-he turned in the opposite direction, and Ixkttrml to rains. One ciacriage, which, unfortunately, was foil of passengers, followed the engine off the line,...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 February 1901
Riile Shooting; A-match was shot on Saturday afternoon last between two teams picked from the club and captaiupd by Messrs C. W. Burcber an>l C. M. Hooper, the former's teamwinning by 19 pointe. The following are the scoroa : Mr. Burcber s Team. 300 (!!)0 T'nl K. J. Carter C. TV.^Bnrcbcr 0-. Hooper A. C Wabb M. M'Pherson J. Armstrong W. Northcote P.* Graham 28 118 56 26 26 52 30 21 51 26 19 45 26 18 4A 20 -18 38 26 11 37 21 8 29 Average per man (one man abort) ? 44 Grand Total 396 Mr. Hooper's Team. C. M. Hooper ... 28 28 56 - ' 29 23 52 30 22 52 26 25 51 21 19 40 26 14 40 22 17 39 17 S 25 13 9 22 W. B. Mackenzie C- Calcino A. H. Smith B. G. Gillies E. McCarthy B. Appleton C. Hooper, senr G. M. Mackenzie 377 The following scores were made at practice on Thursday: 300 500 Tol H. J. Carter... 24 30 54 A. C. Webb ... 28 24 52 W. B. Mackenzie 25 25 50 C. W. Burcher 29 18 47 E. M'Carthy ... 22 19 41 A.Albion ... 26 14 40 A club match will be shot at tte rangs to-day (Saturday) the con...
London Wool Sales. (From Our Special Correspondent) OPENING OF THE FIRST SERIES. MERINOS AND FINE CROSSBREDS ADVANCE. LONDON, January 18th, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
London Wool Sales. (From Onr Special Correspondent) OPENING OP THK FIRST SERIES. MERINOS AND PINE CROSS BREDS ADVANCE. LOSTDOS, January 18'b, 1*101. With a merry good laugh and in lightsome mood not a few left the two Bradford stations last Monday bound for Ibe metropolis to visit once mora ths much loved spot, i.e., London Wool Sales. The weather was cold and frosty frith a little fog in the valleys, bnt even that did not prevent as from pinoking onr pipes with comfort, and as we chatted away the miles flew past very rapidly talking and arguing over one thing and another. Of coarse the opening sales was the principal topic of conversation, and while some argued for no advance in merinos, others saw no necessity for any move at a)L Both parties were right if we coold only see to the end of the series and know what the final results would be bnt everyone was fully agreed that for the sales to open at a rise and then to " funk " at the final would be a cilamity of untold disaster to c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
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HOW THE BOTTLE WAS SMASHED [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
HOW THE BOTTLE WAS SMA8HED A bad place to carry a bottle, and almost sure to end in disaster. And so it proved in the case of Mr. Jones' little girl, to a see, her mother had sent the child to the shop of Mr. Ayros, the chemist, for a bottle of medicine, and when he had given it to hor she put it inside of her closed nmbrella to carry home. On her way back it began to rain, and the child thoughtlessly raised the nmbrella! Half the contents of the bottle was saved, and the mother was j obliged to make the best of it. Writing under date of Nov.. 27th, 1899, the lady says:-''About four years ago come Christmas I became bad with what I can only describe as a nasty, low weak feeling. I was so weak that when I wanted to move from one place to another in the room I had to go hand over hand aronnd the tables and chairs. " This was so aggravating, and I was so 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 ac...
Murweh Divisional Board. FURTHER SQUABBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
-Mupweh - Bivisional Board* FtTBTHEB SQUABBLES. , A meeting of the Murweh Dirisiona Board was held on Wednesday after noon last at two o'clock, when there were present:-Messrs. T. A. Brodie, D. Love, W. J. McKellar, D. T. Lead better, H. Hunter junr., W. E. Couriers, W. L. Gray, W. J McKenzie and G. W. Peyton. The clerk formally took the chair and asked for nominal ions for chairman. Proposed by 3Ir. Gray and seconded by Mr. Leadbetter,-" That Mr. Brodie be chairman." Mr. Love asked that as a protest had bees entered against the election of two members how it affected the position of the chairman when elected. Mr. Brodie stated that was'not for meeting to decide. Mr. Manning: I'm sondacting this meeting at present. What is it yon wish to know, Mr. Lore ? Mr. Brodie explained that a protest had been entered by the scrutineers of Messrs. Dowling and Penhallarick sgainsfc certain votes. Some few interjections wew &ea la* ifegjpd&i : Dir. Manning : Well, if yon are going...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
Rille Shooting, A. competition wa3 shot at the Charle ville Rifle Range on Saturday afternoon last. The attendance was very gno'l, tho conditions being 10 shots at 500 yards with handicap scores limite-l to 48. The first three men won prize? oE £1, 12/6', and 7/6 respectively. Off Rifle ETcip To'aL O.Calcino ... 46 3 48 M. Macpherson ... 43 9 48 R. G. Gillies ... 43 9 48 J. Armstrong ... 41 14 48 R. Appleton ... 35 13 48 A. H. Smith ... 34 12 46 W. Northcote ... 32 13 45 C. Hooper, Senr.... 31 14 45 W. Tronp ... 40 4 44 VV. B. Mackenzie... 39 3 42 A. C. Webb ... 39 3 42 C. VI. Bnrcher ... 39 2 41 G. Hooper ... 37 3 40 U J. Gaiter ... 36 3 39 E. M'Cartby ... 33 6 39 0. M. Hooper ... 35 0 35 G. Barber ... 5 14 . 19 The following scores were made on Thursday afternoon: 300 600 T'al C. Calcino ... 30 29 59 C. W. Burcher ... 26 31 57 A. C. Webb ... 30 26 56 W. B.-Mackenzie... 27 24 51 J. Armstrong ... 16 20 36 E. M'Cartby ... 24 7 35 R. Appleton ... 23 2 21
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
ANOTHER 13 WEEKS ILL. Chronic Dyspepsia. AN INTERESTING Brisbane * Narrative^ THE GASE OF HISS HcGOV. (Shported Jar " Thtt Week."} f |Br A BPEOIAI. BEPOBXBB.) S When them is a case of serious ilTtmtii all the neighbours in the vicinity of the sick person are deeply interested. The coming and the going of tho doctor, tho spreading of the *' tan1' in tho front of tho house where *ies the sufferer, tho various rumours an to too state of tho patient which from hour to lionr find currency, and tho general progress .f tho oxckne33, ai once bcconia matters of Jiublic concern and sympathy! But when the patient is acatchcfi, as it woro, from the *ory jaws of daath by soma apparently tniraculooo scans and makoa a perfect recovery, the wcpnlar voice demandn thai Mae account cf the tviolo csco be placed beforo the peoplo through tea medium of tha press, to he, ai tha came iimo, perhaps, a warning, as also a guide, to oihsra who may suffer in a similar manner in iho ::utura. Tho following plain ...
THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, 2ND MARCH, 1901. THE SUBTERRANEAN RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901
THE ?&arl?btlle Ctrnes* SATURDAY, 2ND MAKCH, 1901. THE SUBTERRANEAN JBES ERVOIIT. Those whom the vagaries of cer tain artesian bores had disturbed, filling them with an awfnt fear that the artesian supply was giving: oat. will be reassured. A bore has been pnfc down in the Hnghenden district which is a greater snccess than ever. It io thns reported : " An enormous flow of water has been struck in the Millingera No. 4 bore at a depth of 776i feet. The water flows 9ft. 4in. over" the casing, the flow being equal to 7,000,000 gallons per diem." It is added I hat the station has been fortunate in the matter of rain, bnt no attempt is, of coarse, made to connect the two things. This is by far and away the greatest flow of water yet tapped. The highest (computed) hitherto has, if we remember rightly, been 4,000,000 gallons-on a station in New Sonth Wales-and althongh the computation is invariably de creased by actnal measurement, it is "not materially so. Fonr millions1 may nave b...