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MARANOA DIVISION. POLLING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

MABMOA DIVISION. TOLLING PLACES.' | Adavale, Albany Dowus, Albil';ab, ; Alice Downs, Ambo, Amby, Araraac, Ardncb, Arrilalah, Avington, Angathella, Aryahiro Downs, Barataria, Barcaldine, Binaldine Downs, Barenyia, Beacona Ba Id, Badoarie, Beechal, Bisrbank, Biinerali, Blackall, BoIIon, Bonna Vonna, Boorara, Boulia, Bowen Downs, Branaby, Bronila, Brisbane, Bnlgroo, Bullamon, Bolloo Downs, Bnndaleer, Cairwaroo, Callandoon, Canmaroo, Cameron DoWns, Camnola Park, Cirrandotta, Cashmere, Cattle Creek, Ctiavleville, Chesterton, Clari*, Clermont, Clifton, Comongin SoiiiJi, Coudamine, Coomrith, Coongoola (railway station), iCoroena, Corfield, Corind.ih, Cork, Cunnamalla, Dareel, Darr River Downs, Diaipantina Lakes, Dili.ililt, Dirranbandi, Corona, Dnlby dilla, Durham Downs, Dynevor Downs, Elderslie, Emerald, Einmett Downs, Emadilla, Eroman^a, Enlbertie, Eulo Evesham, Eoora, Forest "Vale, Gladstone, Glenariff, Glonormiston, Goondiwiudi, Grassmere, Gnrubegwine Station, Gum fiardo Station, Hebel...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 March 1901

In Memoriam. DOWNES.-In loving memory of Mary Maud Downes, the beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Downes, Chinchilla, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. M'Namara, Charleville, who died at Charleville, on 11th March, 1900. " Gone, but not forgotten." Inserted by her loving uncle and aunt. STEWART.-In fond and loving remem- brance of my dear brother Alexander Stewart, who died on March 16th, 1899, at Blackall Hospital; age 23 years; after a short but painful illness. He left us in the prime of life No thought of death was near; He had no time to say farewell To those he loved so dear. Worthy of true respect was he. From those he left behind; A better brother never lived No yet more true and kind. Inserted by his loving sister, A. McINTYRE

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A BRISBANE LADY'S SUFFERING. INDIGESTION AND BILIOUSNESS FOR 15 YEARS. EVEN MILK WOULD CURDLE, AND RETURN IN HARD LUMPS. A WONDERFUL CURE BY BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

A BRISBANE LADY'S SUFFERING INDIGESTION AND BILIOUS | NfSS FOR 15 YEARS. EVEN BULK WOULD CURDLE. AND RETUBN IN HARD LUMPS. 1 A WONDERFUL CURE BY BILE I BEANS. ! One oF the reasons that has uiade Bile Beana for Biliousness the house hold word is because they have been recommended from ono to the other, bo that bv degrees they havo found their placo in the hou«e of thousands cf Australian families. "Good wine needs no praise" and a good article needs only recommendation to make it popular. Take, for instance the example of Mrs. Margaret Anderson of StanFey St.,. Sth. Brisbane. Says Mrs. Anderson: " For fifteen yeara previous to Marcb of last year I have Buffered untold misery from biliousness and indigestion-the latter complaint causing me the most trouble. " I was " unable at the time to digest anything. Even milk would curdle and return in hard hi in pp. During these fifteen years I had tried different remedies, 80S10 giving me little relief, others no relief whatever. About Marcb o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Another Queensland Cure -J ^ .. ? Dull all the Day. SLiEPLESS ALL THE NIGHT; A SEDENTARY OCCUPATION | ENGENDERS A SLUGGISH LIVER. 1 Tho Case of MR. G. J. MARTINELLI. '3 (BY mxra. steciai, refobxeb.) Mr. Martinolli, who lives and carries n. business in Latrobe Terrace, Paddington,. . Brisbane, is a Londoner by birtb, and is wall.known in the neighbourhood in which he now resides as a high-class tailor and oa * man of resjiectability and of good repute. Certain particulars . concerning a serious derangement of his digestive organs am0r a general ran down of tho system, and of his ?ndden reappearance before bis friends and the neighbours in first-class health and ?pirits, .ixcited the curiosity of our reporter, .nd he obtained leave to look into the matter, and if the affair proved of sufficient , public interest, to faithfully report it for Ilia paper. The pressman whereupon waited upon Mr. Martinelli, and found him hard at work. "Ton look all right; I&easd yon were H" intimat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

0 0 H QD K "Vfj A" ~ K&S! CO MB HJ :AITT 0. CHARLEVILLE. -A-HSTD -A-T -A. ID _A_ "V" .A-Xj 3±] .A-ZtsTID ATJQATHELL A. IN5! 0t> *V fe-"£«Lo ,.^, afev ~V SJ&- jv . - fl fc <1 H & 0 l\ h <S H 0 l\ ?fi n h CQ ft <j 0 r» fc ti 0 0 N -4 H Inspect our Stock of DRAPEBY. JUST OPENED. ALLTHE LATEST NOVELTIES NOW ARRIVING. FITZWALTE m .a H H - H 01 ? S tel to w H3 *> QC GO O n. QO O Q w GO o CO i;v£ " X" ?':V'^

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At Wyandra. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

At Wyahdra. Mr. Banning took advantage of the stoppage of the tram at Wyandra and delivered a short address in Moody's Hall. Mr. John Hooks (Elverston) occupied the chair and introduced the speaker. A very nice meeting was held, Mr. Bunning's add-css being attentively listened to and apparently creating a a very favourable impression. About -5 work logmen were present. The following effusion was handed-1 chairman oE Mr. Bunning's meeting at Cliarleville on Friday evening last. A STRAIGHT TIP FOR THE MARA3TOA STAKES, j {By a Wage Earner.) ' In my opinion, Jimmy Pago Wilt scarce be in the running, For men of sense, who earn a wags, Will surely vote for Buaningi Jim may be Gt to win a race As heavy draft or trotter But: when it come3 to vim and -pace iiy. I'fpyv I, I'll back fclw stmaUe?.

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Mr. Bunning at Cunnamulla. DISGRACEFUL DISORDER. (From our Cunnamulla Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Mr. Banning at Cunnamulla. DISGRACEFUL DISORDER. (From oar Cannamnlla Correspondent)^ At Mr Bunning's meeting here on Satardnynight last aa organised attempt was made to prevent the candidate obtaining, a hearing. His appearance on the platform was the signal for an " outburst cAv booting and yelling, Mr. Banning was noc-«jj^g deaicd ' the attempt.to howl him down resultcti,u*~ in signal failure, "as he succeeded in delivering his address in spite of the strennons and cowardly opposition. To tin; credit of CunnamuIIa, however, be it snid, that the opposition camc from a small section of the andfenco-a hand ful of yonthfal larrikins. That these hoodlums should have the power to prevent the majority of the electors of Camxnmnlia from hearing J.he adrcsses of public men is offensive to a degree and mnst appeal to the public sense of -fnirplay. Mr. Bnnning's address was both powerful and eloquent and it is expectcd he will poll well here.

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Legal Charleville Police Court Wednesday, 20th May. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Charleville Police Court Wednesday, 20th May. Before the P.M. TRESSPASS).-Edward Jeff cry sara j moned John Condon, a carrier, for a | hmacli of section 230 of tin Land Act of i 1897. Mr. Bell appeared for de fendant and Mr. Locictt for com plainant. After evidence had been [ given, defendant was fined £2 2?. vrith 3/6 costs of court and £2 2s professional costs ; in default levy and distress.

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MR. BUNNING IN CHARLEVILLE. A Packed Audience. Successful Meeting. SPLENDID IMPRESSION MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

ameu Auaieiico. Successful Meeting. SPLENDID SMPRESSIDM fcl&DE. Ok Friday evening last Mr. G. E. Banning- (Government candidate for the Federal Division ct Mar anon) addressed the electors in the Charlevillo School of Arts. It is estimated that there were inlly 500 persons inside the hall and on the verandahs and althongh at times some very nonsensicil interjec tions we-i> made by Mr. Bnn aing's political opponents- and cat-calls and yells were made by the bov larrikins of the lahonr party a jrood meeting resulted. The Mayor (Mr. G. Barber) oc cupied the chair and while iutro dncinx the speaker of the evening stated that he occnpied the chair in his capacity as Mayor and it did not necessarily fallow that he' was a follower of Mr. Bnnuing's. Mr. Banning, who on rising was greeted with load applause, said he had to thank the audience for meeting him that evening. Every where he liad been he had had a, fair hearing because the matter was a national and not a party one. He c...

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Thursday, 21st March. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Thursday, 21st March. Before the P.M. BURGLARS". - Montmorency JMur g:ifri>jd and Thomas Sheehan vrcrc brought up on remand from the J96!i instant and charged with burglary. First-das- constable Pollard, gave evi dence as to seeing Murgatroyd enter j through the bar window of Tattersall's . Hotel, Newtown, while Sheehan re mained outside. Soon after this he ar rested Murgatroyd and conveyed him to the watch house. Afterwards he ar rested Sheehan and conveycd Iiim to the watchhonse. Fred Heinemnnn gave formal evi> dence and deposed to being present when Fust-class constable Pollard arrested Sheehan. Christina Heinemann gave similar evidence after which accused were com mitted for trial at the District Court to be held at Charleville on 14th June. ISDECEJIT EXPOSURE.-Thomas Daly pleaded guilty to this offence and was i fiM"d 10.-. in default 2i hours in the i cells. I

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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

St. Patrick's Day Sports. The Cbarleville branch of the League of Queensland Wheelmen held a sports meeting cn Monday last. The attendance waa fa;T and con siderable enthusiasm was erineecT throughout "tho tr.eetirg. Mr. J. F. F. Locfceti as stn»ter and Mr. G. J. i'itz-IValter as juJge carried oui the'r duties ia a firs: class manner. Tht? following are the results of the r: cms. Biycle Handica.?, 1 mile (t laps^; fi at prize 30.->, second 10?. W. Meadows I A. Richardson ... 2 100 Yards Handicap Foot Race; Srxt" prize .£!., second 10s. G.O'Srien ... J IV. Partridge ... 2 Fitz-Walter Trojiliy of £1, hali-mile (2 laps), handicap, open to ,local riders only. A-Richardson ... 1 A.'Davidson ... 2 Throwing Cricket Ball at stamps; prizo £1. A Albion 1 St. Patrick's Handicap of £5,2 miles (8 laps); first prize £3 10s, sec ond £1, tbird 10s. W. Meadows ... 1 A. Richardson ... 2 A Davidson ... 3 Bicycle Handicap, -J»mile (3 laps) ; firet prize 30s,;seeond 10s. W- Meadows .. 1 A. Davidson ....

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C[?]rrent Ev[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Ciirruufc Ey* "Yisrrrxa DESTISX-Mr. P. J. Buys, of Toowoombs, is now in town and may bo c .ltBuiio l up to ll a.m. oa Monday at the Gha>l.>vill« Hotel, SELECTORS' RENTS.-Wo hnvo been p.slced to remind selectors that tlioir rents must ba paid on or beforo tho 31st instant. ELECTION PETITION-In connection with >Iio petition of Mr. J- W. Dowling against tho return of Mr. \V. J. M'Kellar to tfao Mnriveh Divisional Board wc learn tliat tho Snprcino Court refused to upset tha clcciion and Mr. M'Kellar therefore continues to hold liia seat. Mr. W Penliallnrick'a petition against Mr. H. Hunter was not proceeded with. Farewell TO A Cnuitcu WORKER. A' the close of the evening service of the Uharlo villo I'resbvleriun cliureh on Sunday last Mr. John Gaydon was presented with a handsome Oxford Xeaeliers Bibloand address of farewell by tho minister «r llio cliurcli (Rev I>. Fulton) on behalf of tho clm.vh, ^'uiday School, and lindeavourSocictv. Mr. Gaydon feelingly responded. His "ab...

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Weather Forecast FURTHER RAIN. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Weather forecast FURTHER RAOT. Brisbane, I' riday. Conditions arc favorable For Further rain and v<*ry unsettled weather ovcrtlio greater part of the State aurfcr the joint inflaence of monsoon "II'Z:it!,"roari(l the Galf, tlie tropical disi'irlwnc" '. Pa peel.i " batwn TorrnFviile an.i Owik-ij, and the Antarctic disturbance "Typh<»n" sonth from Cape Otwny; winds very variable. CLEMENT L. WRAGGE, Govt. Meteorologist.

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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. Sale of Liquor to Children. SECOND READING OF THE BILL. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. Sale of Liquor to Children. SECOND READING OF THE BILL. London, Thnrsday. The second reading of the bill to pre vent the sale of liquor to children under sixteen years of age was carried in the Honse of Commons by an overwhelming majority.

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

The Weather. On Tuesday night Inst light rnin began to fall and it has continued tip to the time of our going to press. Hot a great deal has fallen as yet, bnt piesent con ditions point to a continuance of the showery weather. Wo sincercly hope it will continnc for. a month. Goou grass is reported on several stations on the Cunnamnlla line, particularly Thurul goona, Coongoola, and Ofiham, and sheep are being brought back to several other places in the same district. The following falls have been obtained by us, and we would be glad if station managers and others would drop as a note next week giving their rainfall re turns. To 9 a.m. on Friday. Charleville, 0-85 Tambo, 0*60 Wyandra, I'll Aramac, 1*83 Augathella, 0*96 Mnttaburra, 2*18 Blackall, 2*05 Isisford, 0*20 Jundah, 1-19 Barcaldine, 3*47 Roma, 0'64 Mitchell, 0*54 Ilfracombe, 1*72 Winton, 2*45 Tangorin, 3*18 Dalby, 0*43 St. George, 0*16 Hebel, 0*25 An.by, 0*65 Tooivoomba, 0*76 Adavale, 1*26 Pine Grove, 1*37 SPRINGFIELD, 21sfc M...

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Telegrams. Sixth Contingent. MEN IN CAMP. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Telegrams. Sixth Contingent. MEN IN CAMP. Brisbane, Friday. There arc now 426 men, 17 officers, and 517 horses in camp in connection with the sixth contingent. The transport Victorian wliich was ex pected to-day has not yet arrived.

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British Reinforcing. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

British Beinforcine A number of marines -have been snl> stituted for Sikli3 at the railway siding at Tientsin. The British are reinforcing so as to maintain order in the event of troabla from the French who are sympathising with the Russian?. According to Heater's correspondent ihe sentries at the siding on either side have received orders to refrain from aggressioa unless the conduct oE the other party compels action.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

Here's the Latest Spencers & Co's.,Ltd, Madras Choice Indian Cigars from 14a 6d per 100 (whole SPECIAL Bale). " Highland Hec WESTERN tar Whiskey," being the jsu.;. - D.C.L. Co's. (the largest -80LE distillers in the world) Top AGENCIES. Quality ; guaranteed ma tared in wood 15 years at time of shipment. (PA Helidon Spa !. Helidon Spa ICE ICE (from Brisbane) ICE I West End Beer, West End pTT.TT.R Beer, direct from Brewery m weekly, ton lots, cooled by JOE." special refrigerating chani bera) Aerated (imported) SQUASH Choicest Liquors only Large Stocks, Wholesale Prices. .Assorted Case Wines and Spirits (a speciality) from 57a per case at The Club Hotel, . cunnamulLA. (The Premier House West of the Metropolis). Illuminated throughout with Acbttlbks Acetylene Gas. Cool and - <JA». Comfortable.' Private ' Table and Apartments. R.Walsh, Proprietor. ^h» pnicbSia ofj a piano means outlay a vary considerable anai of money, ami vetore purchasers should be extremely ^inng «h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

CONTAINS Ail the Latest NEWS, BOTH LOCAL AND FOREIGN THE B1 I fiBVEBTISf? - j KEDIUfe | lar « VVEST QtTEHKSiA^ - ^ * DR. H. L'ESTRANGE, Successor to Da 'Knuurox Coiner of Galatea and Vv iib Streets. Horns of Consultation :-9 a.ra. to 10 a.m 2 pan. to 5 pj(, ** a.m. to 0 p.m. p. Jt j3 ELL, - - - Solicitor, - - CRAKLEVILLE. Jjato of towers .and Eobinson's, and o T, Bunion's, Briatane, m MLET nu ten. Stock, Station & Breeders' L(Tf Sheep & OaUla Salesmen, LONGREACH, WIN TON & BL&CKALL Public Notice. npHE Forwarding and Commission Agency kJL .Business, lately carried on In C'harle Ie, by .MB. K. «T. WESl'KBCrAA&D KLSKN, haa faucn purchased by us, and fr trust by strict and careful attention to Business to merit, the continuance of the support of Mr. Kieisen'a constituents. . H. J. CARTES & CO. 1 beg to notify the Public that I havs sold _ toe Forwarding and Commission Agency Busineas lately carried on by me to SlESdBS. H. J. CARTER &am...

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, 23RD MARCH, 1901. MR. BUNTING'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 March 1901

THE CfiarlebtlU Cmtes* SATURDAY", 23RD MARCH, 1901. MK. BUNTING'S ADDRESS. The intelligent and unbiased elector who listened to Mr. Bunning's candid and eloquent address on Friday evening lost conld not bat mark tlie difference between that address awl the empty clap-trap (which emanate'! from the labour " fat man " on the 4th instant. We say " mark the difference," for of comparison there was surely no need. Mr. Banning came before the electo-y declaring himself in favour of a ccrtnin policy and bringing figures to prove his assertions. He told us why he believed in those policies and when he advocated certain reforms gave us his vieivs of how they were to be brought about. Mr. Page on the other hand came along with a speech one has listened to from almost every labour advocate that has visited the district, and stated lie was nlso in favour of certain reforms. But he did not say how these were to be effected, but simply blurted out " If you want so-and-so well you vote for Jim Pag...

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