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De Wet's Followers Captured. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901

Ds Wet's Followers Captttrad. Over 200 oE De Wet's followers we captured on the same occasion that the Victorians captured Do Wet's guns.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901

IMPORTANT NOTICE. ANYONE BEQ (JIBING Of Any Description Whatever # JL* #Ss| ?r.> CANNOT DO BETTER THAN LEAVE AN ORDER AX %\\t - CJarlebiUe = Ctmes = Office T-S'V ' - ?£ hare recently added to our Plant one of the famous American VSordcmHateri Job Printing Machines," which » capable of turning out work equal to any in the metropolis. #e havealeo added some o£ the latest faces in Type and Ornaments, so that: there ib no necessity to send to Brisbane for work that can be done in ChaKkrrille. FOSTERS - ?PTt.r.ITgATlg ' MEMO FORMS BUSINESS CARDS :s* rCERCTTLABS S.v" VISITING CARDS" CONCERT TICKETS, &c» bo RUBBER STAMPS, ( f: J? ^ ' ^.£?Otzrlfobber Stamp Department has als-J been greatly Replenished with / the necessaries for that Business. . Oar Stamps compare f&vaurably with -^»V£Hu>o&mada anywhere else in the world. We make only Olf-E QiUALITlT «:»0 E BUSINESS HAH SHOULD BE Z->\ : ^ ? ? \C-:-' WITHOUT A STAMP. Xt is a Necessary Adjunct in Every Good Bus...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 March 1901

Birth. HOOPER.-On 27th February, at her resi- dence, Charleville, the wife of C. M. Hooper, of a son.

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE, ANYONE REQUIRING * PRINTING 5 ' '{Of Any Description, Whatever CANNOT DO BETTER THAN LEAVE AN ORDER ? - ; at - . ~ CiwIcbtSU * Ctmes ^ #fKce lm.ro recently added io our Plant one of the Famous American "Gordon Platen Jot Printing Machines,* which is capable of turning oat work equal to any in the metropolis. - -1> \ : tfTe have also added aome of the latest faces in Type and Ornaments, bo there is no necessity to send to Brisbane for work that can be done in Gbarlevilla. POSTERS BTT.T.TTF.APS MEMO POEMS BUSINESS CARDS *.>;& . .-: - - . ' - . £CmCV3VASS VISITING CAKDS" rV ? 1 CONCERT TICKETS. *. ? 9SOr &o. f--: l. *" i - . 1 .* RUBBER STAMPS, t - t I: :? ? . - ' ? Oar Bobber Stamp [Department has also been greatly Replenished with the 'necessaries for that Basiness. Oar Stamps compare faraurably with those made anywhere else in the world. We make only ONE QXTALITZ" PHE-BBST. NO BUSINESS MAN 'SHOULD BE WITHOUT A STAMP. i'fc is a Necessary Adjonc...

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

Look Out! FOR HB. BUNNING'S ADDRESS SATURDAY NEXT, Ilf OHAKLEVHIiE. Commonwealth OF AUSTBALIA. SELECTION OF QUEENSLAND MEtt M BERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NOTICE TO ELECTORS. 1. One representative is to to Elected for each of the' Nine Divisions, namely Brisbane, Darling Downs, Capncornia, Kennedy, Herbert, Moreton, JOxIey, Jlaranoa, and Wide Bay. 2. Electors shall not vote more than ONCE ; that ie, tliat they shall not Vote more than once in the same Division, nor ; ah all they vote in two Divisions, notwith standing that they are registered on two ; cr raorei Electoral Bolls of Districts com* prised within tho same Division or SiSaxent Divisions. Breach of the law in ' this r«3pect will be visited by severe penalties. 4. Electors may cost their Votes at any Polling place for the Division ; neverthe less they will greatly simplify the Polling if they "Vote within the Electoral Dis trict for which they are registered as Slcctoro. 3. When there are three, or more Candidates,...

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

V air re n a. . & v eiils. SHEEP DIRECTORS--Slieep owners are repuestud hy ad««rli»nn"iit elsewhere to moot at the Charloville Courthouse on 30th instmt f'»r tho o' ctinn of sheep directors for the year 1901-2. Rifle WATCH AT MncHEU-AS t^am from the Cliarl.ville Rifl" Ciuh viniied Mitchell on Tuesday last hat were de feated by 33 points. Owing to pressure <>n onr space a detailed report of the match is held over till next week. CHANGE OF BUSINESS--Mr. William S nuidera advertises elsewhere that he has taken over tho business of Mr. W. Troup. :ia eti-raiat and Btutionor | and tm.<*s t>» r.-ceiwd the patronage of Mr. Tr'iip's ol.l customers Mr. Saunders' kniiwlrtl^i of chemistry is of a hiiih order «*iri no doubt he niil command a large business. ElHEtGuBT COMPANY - Sr »lvertisemenfc elsunviipre it will be seen tliut tho Etllol (Irt'V Vuaketeer Dramatic Company open in the Albert Hall on Saturday next. Thi* oompuny vi^i-d Cha-levillo a few month* ag...

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

Division of Maranoa. Notice of Election of Memters for the EotiP* of Eeprssentatives Itho Undersigned, hereby notify that . I havo THIS DAY received fruui Hta Excellency, The Governor 0«ner-l in and over the Commonwealth of Aua £nlia a Writ of Election, commanding * nr-iceed to the Election of a Mem ETr of So Honae of Repres.ntativoa of S Parliament of the Commonwealth of A?fShor notify that SATURDAY, 2nd Match proximo, has been appointed the SrSia Charleville lUepiace of Nomina ?i * T mill he iu attendance at the Court CuJ! cttvUle, situated in Alfred «5tpoet* between the hours of 1Z o clock ^ »,,d 4 P.m- on FRIDAY, 1st Mtaah proximo, being the day next preceding fee of .Nomination, tor the Purpose of receiving the Nomination Papera of CAN DIDATES, and that I will, at 1J o clock noon tho day following, at the same place nnblicly declare the names of CAJNDI n.niLV who may bo Nominated, and £rtW that iu the event of the Election the following Polling Places on bAl UK DAY 30th March p...

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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. SMALLPOX IN GLASGOW. 157DEATHS. London; Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Cablegrams. SMALLPOX IN GLASGOW. 157DE1THS. London; Thursday'. Smallpox has broken oat in G!:ia i*ow; over 400 cases have-been re ported and of thesa 157 hare proved tatal.

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

Charleville Hospital. The monthly mooting of the Charle ville Hospital committee was held on Thursday afternoon last, when there were present: 3£r. ft. .Barber (presi dent), Iter. R. Eyton, Messrs. J. F.F. Lockett, C. D. E. Francis, W. Gr. Bil lington, K. Appleton, Gr. N. Bell, D. E. Espie, R. Arnold, B. T. Savage, D. Love, RnlW Williams, G. M. Mac kenzie, and Dr. L'Estrange. The tuiantes oE the last meeting were read and confirmed and correspondence noted. The secretary's financial statement was read as follows : Amount received since last nicotine £332- 8 11 Fixed deposit released ... 500 0 0 £832 8 H Debit balance at last meet ing- ... 252 16 10 Accounts passed at last meeting ... ... 90 8 8 Credit balance at this date £489 3 5 Surgeon's Report. Under treatment at last report 12 Discharged ... ... ... 17 Under treatment at this date 10 Died ... ... ... ... 1 Oat-patients treated ... ... 59 Accounts to the amount of £121 18s lid were passed for payment. The tab-committee appointed...

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Kaiser Assaulted. BY A WORKMAN. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Kaiser Assaulted. BYAWOKKiJfAN-. London, Thursday. Tht» Kaisor was driving from Bremen to the railway station when a work man named Wieland threw a piece of iron and injured the Kaiuor's clieok. Wieland is subject to epilepsy and gives confused answers to question* put to him.

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A POPULAR ACTRESS. MISS MAUDE RAYNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

A POPULAR ACTRESS MISS MAUDE RiVYNOtt. Pew profesaioDa] actresses are bat ter known in tho Commonwealth than Mis>s Maude Raynor. When a re porter called at her residence, Ktts*«U Street, Kosatala, Albertou (S.A.), she told with charming courtesy a little of her life. "I am nineteen," she said, "and have already travelled extensively. Mv first long tour took mo nearly all over Europe, then I came to Aaafcri I Bliss MAUDE RATHOR lia, and nave since travelled all over the colonies. But until recently, the pleasure I felt in any success I achieved, was sad dened by ill- health. About four years ago, probably through over Btudy I grew anaemic, and 1 later became a (The popular Actress)victim to neuralgia of the heart. I had terrible painB be tween the shoulders, and I suffered from indigestion, trobbing headaches, hysteria, palpitation, faintneas, ar.d hot and cold flushes. My eyesight became quite dim and I wa« some times too weak to move. Attacks «*f retching occurred, a thick fluid...

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Telegrams. Railway Returns LARGE DECREASE. Brisbane, Faiday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Telegrams. Railway returns LAJBGtE DECliEA.SE. Brisbane, Paiday. The railway returns show a decrease of over £10,000 compared with fi'braary of last year.

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

Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. j Still generally cloudy ami unsettled; farther intermittent rains are likely in 1 eastern half ; equally from south-south- 1 east ward with areas of rough sea < between the Tweed aud Bundaberg; i fui titer electric disturbance, mostly inland. CLEMENT L.WRAGGE, Govt. Meteorologist.

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Senatorial Elections. BUZZACCTT WITHDRAWN. Brisbane Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Senatorial Elections. BUZZ A.OCTT WITHDBAWN. Brisbane Friday. Mr. C. H. Bazzacott has withdrawn from the contest for a seat in the Senate. Messrs Drake and Murray-Prior held a meeting in Ipswich last night. The Treasurer (Mr. T. B. Cribb) pre sided bat the attendance was miserable. Mr Glasaey addressed a crowded meeting last night at Oympie and was well received.

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

Municipal Council A special meeting of the Ghar levilla-Municipal Council was held on Wednesday evening last when there were~Tpresenfc: Aldermen (J. Barber fMayor),' W. G. Billington, Gh T. Smith, D. E.Espie, and C. Arnold. - The,special meeting was called to formally pass the- proposed new by law jre goat collars. This was done and the regular meetings was then held. MisnJTEB. The minnte3 of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COEBESPOSTDEXCS. Included in the correspondence were the Following letters : Inward-Prom Dr. L Estrange, reporting a typhoid fever case at Charleville. From Mr. J. Mitchell notifying transfer of his land. From-Mr. G. N. Bell, stating that in his opTnion the election of the Mayor was quite in order. From the Leagna of Queensland Wheelmen asking for the me of-the recreation ground on 18tti March ; granted. From the Charleville Oddfellows .asking for the nsc of the recreation ground for Easter Monday ; granted. Outward-To' Mr. G. JT. Bell, asking for l...

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

Spencers & Go's., Ltd, Madras Choice Indian Cigars from 14s 6d [>er 100 (whole SPECIAL sale). " Highland Mec WESTERJf tar Whiskey," being the jtd D.C.L. Co's. (the largest SOLE distillers iu the world) Top AGENCIES Qaaliiy ; guaranteed mu . tared m wood 15 years at time of shipment. ? SPA Helidon Spa ! Helidon Spa IOE ICE (from Brisbane) ICE t West End Beer, West End BEER Beer, direct from Brewery j ik weekly, ton lots, cooled by | ICE. special refrigerating cham tera] 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, l-CUNNAMULLA. (The Premier House -West of the Metropolis). Ulamioated tbroughonfc with A«STYLK3E Acetylene Gas. Cool and Gab. ^hUU, . Comfortable. Private <Che purchase of J a piano means outlay A very consideiahle sum of money, and tefore purchasers should be extremely scions when buying. An instrument may ocfc exceedin gly nice...

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

CONTAINS All the Latest NEWS, Both Locate AND FOREIGN THE BEST ADVERTI8INB MEDIUM or WEST Que iorsiuw». i BusUlsss HsHwt DR. H. L9ESTRANGE, Successor to Pn KtmmJT Corner of Galatea and Wflls Streets. p. J*. f ELL, . - Solicitor, - * CHABLEVILLE. Late 0f *owe» and BoVmsoa'e, and o T. Bnnton's, Brisbane. * B1LET BROS. & CO. Stock, Station & Breeders' Agents. Sheep & cattle Salesmen. LOHGREJlCB, WINTON&BLACKALL Public. Notice. as -a- n! J. WESTBBGAABD( Pwo trust by . continuance of tlw , S. J. CABTBB & CO. IT fcezto notify the Public that X bave (old I thegorwardiagand ^^"'"^TrssRa. Business lately While H. J.CABTJ2E&CO.,Charl6TXUiwis ^ S&amkiBg my J0"8?? Mjc them to *u=port, I H ^ CABTEB & iiidly favour JIESSB3, M. <i. <JO., in tha future. JT. J. WE3TEBGAAKD NIELSEN. To SQUATTERS. &C. tfO MOKE Vi'allabies or Kangaroos AFTER fencing wrrn COLOMIftL-MSDEWIBE NETT1NB . jvr atjufactobep BY Lyszght...

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SHE CARRIES IT WITH HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

SHE CARRIES IT WITH HER. When Mrs. Mary (Wren is about to start on a trip to Sydney sh.* always packs in ber bag a bottle of Mother Seigel's Syrup. Of course, she is careful to pat it where it is not likely to get broken, as she does not want to waste the medicine, neither does she want to spoil her things. So far, I am glad to say, she has carried her precioa? bottle witliont an accident. And when she gets home to Acacia Cottage, Bridge Street, Mnswellbrook, New South Wales, she has always reason to be thankful that she took the Syrup with her. For, you mast know, that on tho 20th day of Sept., 1899, Mrs Wren was 75 years old, and fifty of them she has .pent in the town of Mnswellbrook. She has had fifteen children, tea of whom are still living; certainly a record of which^he has a right to be proud. Now, to make this liitle tale ran straight, and to keep the kinks oat of it, we shall have to hark back to the place whero it properly starts. Better still, perhaps, to let the good ol...

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, 9TH MARCH, 1901. OUR FEDERALCANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Tllfc. CljarUMIe Ciines* SATUUDAV, 9TH MAECH, 1901. OUR FEDERAL CANDIDATES. For the representation of the Maranoa-hngliest of all electoral districts ontaide of Western Aus tralia at any rate-we nave two candidates, Mr. G- E. Banning, Individualist, and Mr. James Page, Labour. We clans them thns, be aause, generally, their views so nearly approximate that their classification otherwise were mis leading. In all the more accepted, the really progressive planks of Labourism, Mr. Banning coincides closely enongh for'the present time. Mr. Bnnning stands before the electors as a supporter of the BStr ton Government; so does Mr. Page-wit h a difference. Old Age Pensions, Arbitration and Concilia tion, Adult Snffrage-thes- are planks in Mr. Bunning's platform, as well as in that of the most " ad vanced " party. The two candi dates are fairly identical so far. Where they differ in politics lies in the avowed intention of the Labour party to start Lab mrising the Commonwealth Constitution fro...

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

RECORDS IN QUEENSLAND. HAT PEOPLE SAY IN QUEENSLAND. .ocaf Reports Convince Local Readers. The Case of MR. JAftlES BEGBBE. (Br OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) " Make every available enquiry, and bring it« n full report of tho whole matter." with these instructions, our reporter hastened away to South Brisbane, and, .is is customary with newspaper men, pushed a f>:-v cautions enquiries in the neighbourhood ot Vulture-street, nil of which tended to eIkhv that his instructions were well based, and that he was on tho scent of soma authentic and interesting information. Mr. .1 Miles llegbic, about whom onr reporter hod ><ut'u ciKjuiriu", proved to be widely known and respected all around the district in % Uieli ho lives. Ifo has been 23> years in the colony, 20 of which were spent as cotter to a leading merchant tailor in Quecn-Btreet, Brisbane. He is also a. EYeemason of soma note aud of 36 jears* standing. Ib is three years since that he retired from, his old position, and c...

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