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

V x 0 ob W o o H ffi .J CO il' AFT CI CHARLEVILLE. ZD .A-T ADAVALE ^ZtsTID .A. IT G-ATtth-T, m m fl k <i H o k <i tt 0 r\ fe <i ti n CO B 4 0 M ?fi o o H <1 N Xj _A__ Inspect our Stock of SUMMER JUST OPENED. ALLTHE LATEST NOVELTIES NEW GOODS NOW ARRIVING. FITZWAL H * Pr»- : H. H - H ID a @ t=J to tel a 05 GO O B' y GO H © O w GO o I{ a. & GO

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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De Wet. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Da Wot Commandant De Wet's cscnpe at Liliiefontein was due to a miscalculation in temporarily but peremptorily ordering Colonel Byng's column to procccd to Hamelfnntein. De Wet immediately seized the op portunity and crossed the river during Colonel Byng's absence. It is felt-that greater discretion should be allowed the Commanders on the spott De Wet usually outpaces the bes column by about five miles per day. Cored of dtronic Diarxhosa After XbJxty

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The Transvaal. [LATEST By CABLE] End of War. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

The Transvaal. | [LATEST Br CABLE] ' End of War. London, Thursday. (xenerai ii.itcliener and Sir Alfred Milner are now at Pretoria and an optimistic feeling prevails at Capetown and Pretoria that there will be an i.arly end to the war.

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The Labour Election Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

The Labour Election Meeting JiBy It; v. R. Eyton, M.A.] \Y !iy was tlu.t m ef'n^- so desperately <TuU on Monday night ? Why was the r» i»-» entlin«iasin, hardly any interest | aroused except a faint one in a personal : a'tni-Ic on one of the audience? Why was it all exccpt daring the last speech fo flat, so tame, so profoundly un interesting ? Was it the quality oE the earlier speeches, or th-i closeness of the atmosphere-the gathering clones that world not break-nr was it that the audience didn't csn- for any of the questions discussed, or had eaeh of these influences something to say to its deadly dullness? Certainly to a stranger coming for the first time to laarn something of Aus tralian politics the nsnlt was terribly disappointing. I ii;uu been at scores oF labour meetings in England. I was proud to work with their leaders for the dockers' " tanner." I have taken the chair when Jol n Burns ani Thomas Mann have lectured on labour ques tion?. I lave a!w>.ys Felt de...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Election. LABOUR CANDIDATE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Federal Election. LABOUR CANDIDATE SPEAKS. Mr. Pairo. 'he Federal Labour candidate for tlv? Maranoa, addressed a larse mcel nr ra t! c vacant nllotnsent opposite the Commercial Hotel. Sir. D. 13. Espie, president »d the Charle viUo Worker's P.iitl.-l O'sanisation, occupied the chair,and brieily introduced the candidate, asking for him a fair bcurins?. Mr. Papo oa rising w<*s well received, nnd was soon at home witH Lis audience. After having explained to the meeting the manner in which he had been fleeted had no connection with the Trades Hall or any other clique, and he was only answerable to the electors of the Mar anon ho read the pledge which he had sisrned, the following of which is a copy : "I the undersigned candidate: for selection by the brashes of tl,o Labour Party's recognised Political Or ganisation in the Marrnoa division here by Rivemv pledge that if not selected i I" will not in any way oppose the candi ! datarc oF tbc duly selected 1 acree to advocate and ...

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Charles Beckmann. SENTENCED TO DEATH. Townsville, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Charles Beckmann. SENTENCED TO DE1TH Townaville, Friday. Cbarles Beckmann was found guilty of the murder of Anderson by a Townsville jury yesterday and sen tenced to death.

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Gladstone Railway. DEPOSIT PAID. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Gladstone Railway. DEPOSIT PAID. Brisbane, Friday. The deposit in connection with the proposed private line from Glad stone to Callide has been paid by the promoters of the company.

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V.R.C. Meeting. PRINCIPAL EVENTS. Melbourne, Friday. CHAMPION STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

V.R.C. Meeting. PRINCIPAL EVESTS. . Melbourne, Friday. CHAMPION STAKES. La Carabine ... ... -. 1 Advance ... ... ... --- 2 Clean Sweep ... ... --- 3 AUTUMN HANDICAP. Speculation ... ... ... 1 Flintlock... ... ... ... 2 Vocalist ... ... ... 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chinese Plague Patient. CONSTABLE QUARANTINED. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 March 1901

Chinese Plague Patient. CONSTABLE QUARANTINED. Perth, Friday. A. Chinese plague patient st Perth smashed the window of the shop where he was quarantined and escaped. The police eventually secured him. One conBtabie who grappled with him ha3 been quarantined and another disin fected.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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London Wool Sales. (From Our Special Correspondent) FAIR DEMAND FOR BEST QUALITIES. LONDON, February 1st, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

London Wool Sales. (From Oar Spscial Correepandaot) PAIR DEMAND FOR BEST QUALITIES. IiOKDOJr, February 1st, 1901. To say the least the sales this week have been a litUe disappointing, tbe ro salts too being hardly so good as conld have been desired. Towards the end of last week there was wanting both spirit and tone sufficient to give an impetus to values, and instead of seeing prices keep ap and maintain the opening level, they had shaded off a full 5 per cent. The opening of the sales this week saw no improvement in the market, the room also being thinner than on any previous occasion, many home trade buyers having gone home for the week end. This meant that Monday's sale, although some excellent wool waa offered, passed off I somewhat flatly, though for the best wools there was some keen competition. Leaving the first day's sale and re | viewing the work of the week we find t that on the whole the market has some | what recovered its lost spirit, and for all | good, shafty, desir...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

Riile Shooting. The membership of the Charleville Bids Club a increasing by leaps and bounds and things are prospering generally. On the 4th instant a matoh was shot at Mitchell between the Charlerill* and Mitchell dobs. The visiting team arrived at their destination at about 6.15 p.m., and pot np at Donald's Green Gate Hotel, which, by the way, is a completely new- one, the old building having been destroyed by Are. At one o'clock next day a start was made with the match and been in interest was evinced right to the finish. The Mile tell range is a fine one bat the visitors iron at a great disadvan tage in shooting with a light very much duller than thev nra nsed to in Cbarle ville. At the close of the match it was found that the Mitchell team were victorious with 33 points to spare. In the evening ilia "jiaiiora wera entertained at a saofe concert in the Green Gate Hoial and a-jary pleasant evening was passed. Tfea camal toasts were honoured and harmony indulged in till " closing ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Friday, 14th March. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Friday, 14tfa Marcb. Before the P.M.' Verdicts were given for plaintiffs in (the Following undefended <;ases l Pfiajf leville Water Authority v R. J. £HgP, Dalby, water rates, 4>2 O JO; B. E." Nielsen v T. Bryant, Jnor, gooda soldi, £19 3 0; Fitz-Walter & Co. and T, Bryant, Jnnr, goods sold, £12 5 2,

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Legal Charleville Police Court. Monday, 11th March. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq, P.M. and A. H. Pegler, Esq. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

Legal Charleville Police Court. Monday, 11th March. Before J. Vivian-WilliamB, Esq, ?.M. and A. H. Pegler, Esq. J.P. SrjSALiXQ.-A lad named John Alexander Mann was convicted of stealing % silver watch and gold ring from the shop of It. Major and was sent to tho reformatory for boys for fire years. Tuesday, 12th March. Before the P.M. VAGRANCY.-A Chinaman named Goon Hee was sentenced to three months' imprisonment in - Roma Gaol lot vag rancy. Thursday, 14th March. Before the P.M. OBSCHSE LANGUAGE.-Albert Bob? ertson for qsidg obscene language was fined 10s, in default seven days in the | celis. «1 ames Wing, for a similar offence, was fmed -40s, in defaults one montlj iq gaol. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

BILE BEANS FOB BILIOUSNESS ARE" A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY" SO SATS MRS. MAB&ARKE ANDERSON". A QUEENSLAND CASK One of the reasons that has made Bile Beans for Biliousness a household word is because they ban been recommended from one to the other so that by degrees they have found their place in the house of Australian familes. Good wine needs no praise, and a good article needi only recommendation to make it popular. Bile Beans for Biliousness are a good article and they have been recommended from one to another with the result that they are the most popular household remedy to day, the world over. Take for in stance the example of Mrs. Margaret Anderson, of Stanley Street, S. Bris bane. She saya :-"I am 39 years oh!, and proprietress oE a boarding 9 establishment in Stanley Street, S. n Brisbane. For 15 years prior tol March of last year I had been suffer- jg ing untold misery from biliousness 1 and indigestion, the latter complaint I causing me the most trouble. I waa 1 unable at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tambo Divisional Board. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

Tambo Divisional Board. (From Oar Oton Corrcqsoibdent.) The annual gcuer.il meeting of the Tambo Divisional Board was held on Friday, 1st March. Present: Messrs. T. M. Browne, W, L. Con-en,' J. B Lempriore and G. Jillett. Mr. T. Browne was apppinted chair man pro tern, for the pnrpose of passing balancc-shcct For halt year ending 31st December, 1900. The balance sheet and yearly statement and snbdivisional ac counts were read and adopted. The clerk then toojc the chair and asked for nominations when Mr. T. M. Browne was unanimously re-elected. Mr. Browne then took the chair atid thanked the members for the honor conr ferrcd on him . Resolved that the Board place on record their continued loyalty to his Majesty Edward VIT. Correspondence was read and dealt with. The clerk and overseer were re appointed at the same salaries. Michael Sheridan was reappointed herdsman at a salary of £25 per annum, and a commission of 50 per cent on all agistment monies collected, . Or. Alex Nicoll was a...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

Current Events. AUCTIONEERS.-Wo draw the attention of our rcadera to Messrs. E H. Decker & Go's, advertisement in another column. They are a vory old established firm of auctioneers and stock agents in Roma, the * business being criminally Messrs. Joseph Cartrr & Coy. Furuiture, sttick, produce, <£c., consigned for solo to Messrs Deckor & Coy. will rcccivo careful and experienced attentiuu Two TRANSFEKS.-?.Ir. H. Bull, cl» rk in the Charlevillo brancii of tho Cittnmercial Bank, left for Sydney on Thursday last whither be haabuentrn -.furred. His place will be filled by Mr. Hm^h, who arrived on Wednesday Inst and took up hia duties immediately. Mr. Hiiigh has recently returned from tho South African war, having gone out with the N. S. W. Lancers. On Monday next Rev. H. Gradwell, of All Saints', leaves Charlevillo on Monday next for Howard, near Maryborough. Mr. Gradwell will be much missed in this district, as he was deservedly popular and our best ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 12th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

Oar Brisbane Letter- j [From Oar Own Correspondent]. BBISBANE, 12th March. - I am right glad to see you have at last had some rain worth speaking of in some parts of the South west, I was wishing it was in those parts I was on Sunday last, for then it comc down ' properly. Bat it wasn't. It was in Gympie, where over 13 inches fell daring Sunday and the two adjacent nights. Thirteen inched would have done some good at Cannamulla-not but what it would have done a lot of harm too. The harm was inevitable whenever heavy rain came after such a epcil of drought, but the-rain bad to comc to end a state of things "more intolerable than the imagination of eastern dux-tiers ([ream _of. As it isj' the ground Iir.sjieen desi cated to sach.a depth .that I fear even two inches of raiu 'hardly suffice to saturate it properly. Anyhow, this raiu 19 the best news that has comc to us for many a weary mouth, nud it ui;i!;L-s little account of the lPcdcr.il election iil-w?. The Courier, you will see, ha...

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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. Ex-President Harrison. DEATH FROM PNEUMONIA. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

Cablegrams. Ex-President Harrison DEATH FROM PNEUMONIA. London, Tlinrsduy. The death is announced of JBeu jamin Harrison, ex-President of the United States of America. Death was doe to an attack of pneamonia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

RECORDS m QUEENSLAND. Too Weak to Walk. ' , Shaky like the Ague, / i. "It was Marvellous.' ?he On we or MRS. HANNAH PERRY. (Br OUB BEEOBXSR^ - According to the information supplied to the newspapers from official sources and otherwise, typhoid fever at varte times has been very prevalent in Queensland's capital. lake some other maladies, that disease frequently leaves behind it effects which are often of far more serious consequencethan the attack itself. These after-effects present remark able' peculiarities, which cannot bat be of considerable interest to par readers. Re ports having come to hand that a case such as wo have indicated was to be found in Moore-street, off Guthrie-atreet, PSiIding ton, Brisbane, in which the patient, after ?offering for months without! respi e, at length, by a mere chance, came across a remedy which effected a complete restora tion to health, onr reporter was despatched there, and knocking at the door of a cottage prettily situated in that street-, w...

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William O'Brien [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

"William. O'Brien HI Mr. William O'Brien (M.P. for Cork City) is ill and desires to apply for the Chiltern Hnndreds bat hiscoustitnents refuse to allow him. [The Cbiltcrn Hundrods is a tract of Crown Land in Buckinghamshire and and Oxfordshire in England, to which is attaehed the nominal office o£ steward As members of Parliament cunnot resign, u han they wish to go out thoy accept this stewardship, which legally vacates their seats].

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