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Oddfellows' Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Oddfellows' Sports. The following are the handicaps for the principal events at the Oddfellows* sports on Easter Monday:-? 2 MILE BICYCLE RACE. M. Shanahan (Roma) ... ... acr. W. Meadows . 16 J. Coot fBomaJ 20 A- Richardson ... 60 J. Band (Morren) 240 D.Davidson 400 6. Espie 470 F. Donaldson... . ... ... ... 480 J. Abood ... ... 490 B. Deign am (GnnnamoUa) 549 D.Lynch m ... 700 1& MILE BICYCLE RACE. M. Shanahan (Roma) scr. Wi Meadows 10 J. Cook (Roma) 18 - A. Richardson 43 3. Band (Morven) M 175 D. Davidson ... 295 G. J&pie 360 B.Deipnatn (Cnnnamnlla) 400 J. Condon ... 450 120 YARDS HANDICAP. H. Binton .» 3 O. Mnrphy ... 7 J. Band 13 G. D«is ... 14 V7, Partridge... ... ... ... IB BtCPBcion IH ttl Ul 24 m m it

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

r .. ? = Riile Shooting. The following scores were made on Saturday afternoon. The I;glit was ex ceedingly bad, in f«ct so much so that the three last men had to retire without shoot inc. 500 600 Total 51 48 42 40 39 39 34 32 32 26 27 16 ... 18 * Retired. The following team has been selected for the CunnamoIIa match on Easter Saturday: Messis. H. J. Carter, W. B.Mackenzie, C. Calcino, A. C.Webb, W. .Troup, C. M. Hooper, Gr. Hooper, W. Cutler, J. Armstrong, and R. G. Gillies. Since last Saturday practice has been interrupted owing to repairs to. the mantlet bat the range will be open again to-day (Saturday), when the whole of the Cannamnlla team is requested to attend. A marker will be available any day .nest week for members of the team wTjwWish to practice. A. Richardson ... 24 27 B. G. Gillies ... 25 23 C. Hooper, Senr.... 15 27 J. Taifc .. ... 17 23 B. Appleton ... 20 19 G. Hooper- ... 21 18 C. M. Hooper 18 16 A. C.Webb ... 11 21 J. Aimstrong ... 15 17 J. M'Crcath ... 19 7 .W. B....

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HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIENT* j " There now," said the doctor, "you go on taking this medicine till it is all nied up. Then come back and let me have a look at yon." This was in December, 1896. The woman pat the package in her pocket and went home. When the stuff had been consumed, as directed, she called again. The specialist looked at her and made ap his mind in a inmate, "I will hare nothing to do with you as a patient," he said. "It's no use. Yon are past help ; you are worse than when yon were here before; I see the bones through your skin now. "What I tell yon is the truth,' and yon will be wise not to deceive yourself with hopes that can only break down trader yon." Bather hard, ugly talk, but from a cora monsense point of view the doctor was right. For- four years Mrs. Agnes Brigg?, of Morwood- Terrace, Padding ton, near Brisbane, Queensland, had Buffered what she calls "u dreadful tor ment and pain" from dysentery. She tried everything advertised or recom mended to euro it, wi...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselees responsibte in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. To THE EDITOR. V Sir,-On Monday last we had a visit from the Hon. John Leahy, Minister for Railways. He was accompanied by several other members of the Govern ment, and it being the first time for many years the Minister for Railways had honoured our town with a visit I folly expected Mr. D. Bowman to be present to attend to tho wants and wishes of his constituents, bat on inquiry I find he was away touring the country and advocating the claims of a labour candidate for Federal hoaonrs. A few of the townspeople waited on the Minis ter and conversed on matters pertaining to his department and the state of the district and found him in, fall sympathy with us and willing to do all possible towards alleviating our distress. JTo one can deny that the railway traffic has been, and we hope will be, of great im portance to the town and district, and it would n...

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Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Weather Forecast Brisbane, JJriday. Generally fine, bat showers are. still expected along the tropical' coast and in the north-west with ; growing tendency, to electric dis- j tnrbances ; south-east to north-west winds. CJU5HENTL. WRA.GGE, CrOTt. Meteorologist.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

To TRE EDITOR. Sir,-'A short time ago a very ascfnl letter appeared in yonr valuable paper from . Mr. J. G.. Spence wanting to know what onr member was doing for the district in these bad times. I wonld again like to draw the attention" of the electors to him. The town has just had a visit from a very large Min isterial party who came here to meet the selectors and others to find oat what relief conld be given them, and what suggestions the selectors could offer for relief. Bat where was the member for the district ? Battling for a stranger by the name of Jim . Page. He (the member) showed no sympathy for the selectors. I take it his daty was to have been at the meeting and assist the selectors in every way possible to lav their claims before the Ministers. T am informed Mr. Story (the member for Balonne) was with the party and did all be conld for the selectors at Canna mnlls. The member for this district has never shown the slightest sympathy far selectors and all requirements whi...

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St Patrick's Ball at Adavale. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

St Patrick's Ball at Adavale. (By " Biddy BedstL") Once more has Adavala arrayed itself in fine raiment and wandered Forth in quest oF pleasure ; this time to perpetuate the memory oE Ireland's saint, dear oold Patrick. Enjoyment was not confined to the Murphy's and the Mulligans hut even gueats bearing Sassenach appella tions were to be seen " tutting it ** with j the best of them. As wa3 right and J proper the post oE M.O. was ably filled . by that rising son of the dear oald sod . Mr. McKagh and well indeed he carried ! oat his daties, and, being ahly seconded j by that Bon of Irish kings (and the last of the race at that) Mr. J. Knowles.how conld people do otherwise than enjoy, themselves I Mrs. Macneill contribstid the music, which is equivalent to saying that the mn9ic was super-excellent--and j any farther woras of praise would be sag- j geative of painting the lily. _ Indade to look over the happy smiling faces, carried me back to the green oold sod, and the . mad cabin, and...

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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. Edward VII. GOING TO RIVERA. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Cablegrams Edward VEL GoixamjiiYiBRA, London, Thursday. King Edward VII is negotiating for the procuring of a villa at Riviera (Golf of Genoa) and has arranged to leave England aboat the middle of April.

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Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our 0wn Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 26th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Our Brisbane Letter. f Prom Oar 0*va CorresponJenfcj. BRISBANE, 26th March. Ifoa bare at last had aa irruption of live Ministers and members of Parlia ment through your late desert desolation, bat now, it is to be hoped, smiling dis trict. -Some of your settlers wo aid have been better pleased, perhaps, if the ex cursion had been taken earlier, before the rain interfered with the abomination that jnaketh desolate. Bat some of those who visited you have been there before, and know exactly how the country looks at -jta worst 03 well 0s; at its best, and there need be no fear about bona fide settlers not receiving every consideration it is in the power of the Government to give. The statement by Mr. Cribb, that he might not be.so ready to grant con cessions if those to profit by them were - the monetary iastilations instead of the selectors on the land, miut have not a little disconcerted those who are never weary of declaring that the Government pre ux the hands of the syndicates and ...

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Plague at Capetown. THREE REGULARS STRICKEN London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Plague at Capetown. THREE REGULARS STRICKE London, Thnrsday. .Bubonic plague still continues a! Capetown and three regular soldiers have been stricken.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

RECORBS IN QUEE ISLAND. Low Fever. Influenza. SKIN FIERY, HOT, AND DRY, The Case of MRS. S. J. WATSON. ' (Br OUR SPECIAL.) t'leasantly situated ia one of Brisbane's pt ettiest suburbs is the residence of Mrs. Sarah Jano Watson. To be exact, as » newspaper man should be, that lady lives in Bernhart street, Fcraberg-road, Rosalie. Our reporter liad a conversation with Mrs. Wutsuu, a faithful transcription of which from his notebook here follows The reporter : " Yon have lately been ill, I hear?" Mrs. Watson: "?««, indeed; but how were you aware of that?" .* \Ve have many sources of information," responded the scribe; "but X should Iiko the details from your lips, so that no mis statement of any kind may creep in. Kindly begin at the beginning'.'* Airs. Wataof- "I fell ill of a sort of low fever or influenza. Indeed, I had the symptoms of both of those ailments. There was running at the uose, giddiness, severe hcadaclie, and a gradual loss of ray appetite, uml what food 1 did take made...

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Duke of York. WATER CARNIVAL AT MALTA. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Duke of York. WATER CARNIVAL AT MALTA. London, Thnrsday. The Dnke and Dnchess of York were greatly interested at the trial of the Brenan torpedoe at the month of Malta Harhonr. The Dachess operated the torpedo which blew up a boat two miles out. A grotesque water carnival had been arranged by the bine jackets and was a great success. Huge can vas models of an elephant, kanga roo, dodo, -crocodile and dragon were illnminated and disported in the harbonr whicb the fleet lit with electricity. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

QD 0 Eh OQ .«! J CO iMIRAIr MM: urr -A-liTD ?A.'T -A. ID .A. TT .A. HUE JS.3ST3D ATTOATHKLLA. ? fl S3 <1 M o. m fa m <S H o l=S m n n & ft n IN m <i n fc fi 0 0 N « H Inspect our Stock of JUST OPENED. ALLTHE LATEST NOVELTIES NOW ARRIVING. H a h - H IB a FITZ-WALTEH & CO

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

y * . __ Spencers & Co's., Ltd, Madras I Choice Indian Cigars from * . 14a 6d per 200 (whole -sals)r - " Highlan<rNee ^'WE8TEIi3J' -tar-Whiskey," being the T>f!T.. f!n'n_(tho-largest - - - rs BOLE v. distillers in the world) Top AGENCIES. Quality ; guaranteed ma tured in wood 15 years at Ttime.otshipment. - -stP* V.V.'rv .: I.' iHelidon Spa ICE I ' wfi'r^ West End Beer, West End J - * M2I3itV' ' Beer,'dircct from Brewery .. weekly, ton lots, cooled by ' . special refrigerating cbam-i ) Aerated (imported) SQUASH ! Clioicest Liquors only, v £ Stocks, Wholesale a ^ I'f-Tr .z f Prices. Assorted Case Wines and Spirits (a " ' ' from, 57s per zP 'i ii'.icaserat - ^ .'COnnamolla: ... Premier House West oftho Metropolis). 'I jpmm Illuminated throughout with it.IvIIi- f. M i' v * ; R.Walsh, . . Proprietor! gurohsaa off a piano means outlay M vary-.considerable sum of money, and "rrfdro: piir'c&lsars should be extremely ^jttoBS-whaa buying. An instrument may r ,? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

CONTAINS ML THE Latest' NWS, BOTH IXXJAL AUD FOBEISIF I THE BEST | ADVERTISES MEDIUM nr WnxQinqgrau**. Business XTotlces. OR. H. L'ESTRAHGE, Successor to Ds Knutiut Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. ff^nwt of Consultation 9 a-m. to 10 a-m i 2 pjn. to 5 p.K. ^ * o,m- to9 p-tn PJ1 J3 ELL, . - Solicitor, - - GHARLEVILLE. T.I» o£ fcowors and Bobusoa'f, and o T. Bun ton's, Brisbane. MET BROS. & CO. Stock, Station & Breeders* Agents. Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. XiONfGBEACH, WLNTON& BLACKAIXi j . j Public Notice. T ? lHE Forwarding and COmunsiun Agency JL Business, lately carried on in t-Iiarle -rille, by MB. N- JT. WESTER(JAARD SIELSEN, has been purchased by us, and tro trust by strict and careful attention to Sciinesa to merit the continuance of tbw ijnpporfc of Mr. Nielsen's constituents. * ; H. J. CARTER & CO. I beg to notify the Public that I have sold _ theEorsrarding and Commission Agency Soilness lately carried on by ino to MES3BS H- J. CARTER...

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Stock smdL Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovera, and other, "wishing to publish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which have taken places in . their respective cistrict, in this column, will trindly forward the information 9a as to retch this office not .'a tertian Friday morning, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. Times-Office, Kridayv- ~ - SPBIKGFIELI), 25th March.-Since writing yoa re rainfall wo had n farther fall on Thursday oE 0-47 inches. Fri day morning was very cloudy and' looked :as if more. rain was coming but- a southerly wind sprang np and conse quently the. clouds disappeared and all hopes of rain vanished. Since then the nights have been beautifully cool. BIDDENHAJT, 24th March.-Jnsfc a line -to let you know that our rainfall from Monday to Thursday last was 142 points steady rain^ i HIVE.Downs, 23rd March.-We had 2*20 inches of grand rain up to yesterday -a Godsend. A correspondent writing from near Birdsville under ...

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Returned Soldier. WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Returned Soldier. WELCOME HOME. Abcrat 50 persons assembled .at th«,<B#ljj Ch:irL'vilIe Hotel on Satuiday evening | hist -to xrelcome -huna-Quartermaster- 3 sergeant .Carlisle .from South Africa. Cnrliqln was through the famous siege | :ii Elands River in which the Austra- | linns so greatly distinguished them- j selves, and was afterwards laid up with | enteric fever, .anil sent hoine after re- 8 ivering. There were also'present at J the meeting Corporal Wildie and Mrj 1 Haig (lute of X.S.V?". Lancers'). T § The chair b:i" occupied liy the Major 1 ("Mr. G. Barber) the usual toasts being ; honoured. In response to the toast of !" Our Guest" Quartermaster-sergeant Carlisle said he was veiy pleased to be [ present. When he left he was the only representative of l ho Warrego district and he had only; done his best. Upon being .pressed to say something about Elands River he said: : Daring the siege the garrison was in an awful cor ner-a regular inferno. On the evening previou...

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Selectors' Grievances. Deputation to Ministers. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Selectors' Grievances. Deputation to Ministers. The Warrego Selectors* Association took advantage of the Ministerial'visit to Charleville on Monday last and formed a deputation to wait upon the Minister for Railways and the Treasurer. Mr. 6. Story, M.L.A. introduced the deputation. Mr. C. D. E. Francis (president of the Association) said he wished to lay before the Ministers the steps taken by the local selectors and to ask their, co operation. They had petitioned for. a total remission of this year's rent and a readjustment of rents in the near future On account of the state of the country. Last year they had petitioned for a postponement: of rent bat since - then they had experienced twelve months of even worse drought. The selectors in this district were mostly small holders and therefore the drought wonld press, heavily upon them. At the present time a gre:it many selectors were quite unable to pay this year's ront and if they were forced it wonld simply mean that; they would h....

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Wreckage Found. VICTORIAN COAST. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Wreckage Found. YICTOEIAJST COAST Melbourne, Friday. Wreckage, supposed to belong to the schooner toaise Lamonfc, has been washed ashore oa the coast. The crew- of the schooner comprised four men, and a little boy was also aboard. The vessel has been missing some time.

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Murder of a Miner. NEAR GUNDAGA[?]. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Murder of a Mine NEAR GUN DAG A r. .Svdiiev. Tlmrwlny. A miner named Lwrnn was found near Gnndagai, N.S.W., xviffi his head cnfc oft.. There is as yet no clue to the murderer.

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