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China. [LATEST BY CABLE.] Japan and Russia. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

China, [LA.T£ST Vt CABIIF.J . Japan and Russia. London,- Thursday. The Marquis of Ito, addressing his Parliamentary' Bapporfers at> Tofcc hama, said it was impossible to deny that Japan felt the complication by Russia or ignored the clouds on' the horizon.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Transvaal. [LATEST BY CABLE] Delarey's Defeat. BUSHMEN MENTIONED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

{"LATEST Br OABUSJ Delarey's Defeat. BUSHMEN MENTrONBDf - Loutlon, Thursday. General Kitchener reports in con nection with the defeat of Com mandant DeJarey that (Jol->nel Bot ington's casualties. were 2 Uiiicil and 7 wounded ; 22 dead and 30 wounded Boers have already been discovered in the field and owing to the rapidity of the perauit it is pos sible that there were many more Beer casual ties. The Scot? Greys:, Kew Zenlatiders, and Queenel md Bushmen are specially mentioned.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. Sixth Contingent. READY FOR EMBARKATION. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Telegrams. Sixth Contingent. READY FOR EMBARKATION. Brisbane, Friday. . The sixth contingent is now ready for embarkation bat the date is not finally fixed although it will pro bably be Tuesday or Wednesday next. It has been decided to take only 615 horses instead or 700 otherwise the deck space would be cramped.

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Riots in Russia. 2,000 STUDENTS ARRESTED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Riots in Russia. - 2,000 STUDENTS ARRESTED. London, Thnraday. Over 2,000 students have been arrested since 4th March for.iioting in St. Petersburg, -Moscow, and. Kh&rkoff.

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

(SUGAR-COATED) gmrD6CH*$ isew wirE^ pmiijs A-wonderful and extraordinary com Wrmri«n of concentrated medians. J.B "Victoria* of Science-JMectrio Telegraph Steam, and Printing- revolutionised th® whole system, of the globe, and.made mynlnnii xriaerand better. So, although there are countless Pill^ used for disease, claiming much aa to their merit, the remarkable discovery ot Dr. Ilaydock has | ~Xnama them all, and has founded a ]fenr Mcdici»! System. The Doctors, -whosa vast doses ot four or five p lis enfeeble the stomach and owalvse the bowels. must ^ give wsvto a man who r«atcres health and appetite with one or two of his extraor dSmyVeeetable PiUa- Ono or two of mThaYDOCK'S NEW LIVER PILLS (offices to place the stomach, in perfect ocder, creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and bnojant. If the liver IB affected, it* functions are ,restored, and if the jServons System is enfeebled, it is mvicorated and suHtained. SYMPTOMS OF BILIOUSNESS. 1. The patient complains o£- a...

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Mr. Drake's Meeting. BARTON AND KANAKAS. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Mr. Drake's Meeting. BARTON AND KANAKAS. Brisbane, Friday. The Hod. J. Gr. Drake held a meeting in Brisbane last night at which a large nnmber were present. He read a telegram from Mr. Bur ton in which that gentleman stated he was as firm as ever in ? holding that the continuation of the intro duction of kanaka labour ainst be limited to a reasonably period with a yearly reduction of the nnmber im ported.

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

Wanteds. Under this heading sixteen words will be inserted once, 1/; three times, 2/. M7 ANTED for Cash, Buyer, Mixed » » Sheep from 2,000 to 25,005- Send particulars prowply to YEATiii BROS,, & COY, Tooivcomba. RED Bird Special Bicyclo, nearly new, new tyres and tabes ; now cones ; price casb, £15 i terms can be arranged. J. M'NAMABi, Charleville. WANTED to Sell, splendid Four-Post Double Tabular Iron Bedstead, kapoc and vrire "mattress ; nearly new; bargain- Appiy, TOM Kellt, Charleville. WANTED KNOWN, that Enbbar Stamps of F.rst-class quality can b« obtained at the Times Office, Charleville. Cheap gpaziog Country. Highly Suitable for "Western. Stock nPA SQUARE MILES, Dalby District, slighly niproved; abundance water and grass ; 9 years lease ; Price, £700. Apply promptly to YEATES BROS. & CO., Pastoral Exchange, Tooowooinbn. Notice. I. WIEL pot bo responsible for any DEBTS contracted in my name from this date without my written consent. PETEiJ HEINEMANN, 23-i Marc...

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Coningham Divorce Case. PETITIONER'S ADDRESS TO JURY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Coningham Divorce Case. PETITIONER'S ADDRESS TO JUBT. Sydney- Friday. The Coningham divorce case was. continued yesterday. . After the pe titioner had called two witnesses Cone ot whom refused to answer Mr. Want) he began to ad.lress the jnry. - The case was then adjonrned till Monday.

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 March 1901

Current Events. POLL EARLY. — In connection with the polling today the returning-officer has   asked us to request electors to poll early in   view of the two polls being taken. HOSPITAL BENEFIT. — The financial result of the entertainment in aid of the Charle- ville Hospital given by the Ethel Grey Com- pany on Wednesday last was not so success- ful as might have been expected. The com- mittee, however, have themselves to blame for their general apathy in the matter. The total takings were about £7 and the hospital's share was about £3 10s. FEDERAL ELECTIONS — AS we go to press Mr. D. Bowman, M.L.A., is holding forth in support of Mr. Page. Mr. Bun- ning was to have spoken in Charleville to-night (Friday) also but a very pressing call from Roma induced him to stay there. Page's supporters are boasting that they will have a victory of 2 to 1, but when the figures are up they will no doubt be sadly disappointed. MINISTERIAL VISIT. — The party of Min- isters ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

(SUGAR-COATED) £#¥D8CK'S NEW IrIYEI\ PIIiIiS ,1A. wonderful and exlraordinnry com" Knation of conceatrate-1 meflicme. Th® VIetorio" of Science-JSlectrio Telegraphs Steam, and Printing- revolutionised tie _jwhole_ system o£ the globo. and mad® mankind -wiser and. better. Sa, although (here are countless Pill< used for disease, claiming much as to their merit, the remarkable diecovery of Dr. Haydock has » eclipsed them all, and has founded a M#w nedlc»l Systfia. Tho Doctors, ?whosq vast dosos of four OT' five p lis enfeeble the stomach and - paralyse the bowels. mast give «ay to a man who r-^atcres healta and appetite with one or two of his extraor dinary Vegetable Pills- One or two of PJ, HAYDOOK'S NEW IiIVEB PILLS "^offices to place the stomach in perfect ' order, creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and bnoyant. If the livar la affected, its furctions are restored, and -If the Nervous Syatam is enfeebled, it is jnvieoratad and sustained. . SYMPTOMS OF BILIOU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

% SCIATICA OB I NEURALGIA OF THE Sciatic Nerve. Another Thorough Cure. Tit* CM* <>r BR*. A A. McOORMACK, 3a? <w OOa 0PBOXAE. BJTPORTKB). *«0f all the pins in tho world," said Mr. McConnack, of Terrace-street, New Farm, -Brisbane, to our reporter, " there is nothing so awial aatho*o -which Sciatica produce*. 2oa^hs to be ablo 60 speak on the subject, a>r JL suppose 20 ono 2a Queensland has saScred aa much aa 2 fcava from the same aMwasa." © "*ETow should you describe the pain?1' I^Ta^cd tho na-wsp&per maa, as ha busily mads thai 2&. ilcCormack was ,pi&> 1 can i ccscribe it," raplied that gentle, rnaa, jt 23 aunply indescribable-it mast be vsit to ibe understood. Why! sometime* f''® Eovaa but aa eighth c£ an inch, out snlensa ana violent pain-would 3hootthrouab njy back, asd tho agony of it would twist my aacs iiij. in fact, the oala was so severe as 10 otiflan and twini my alxtac&es, and I am sadly afraid the stiffnes...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

(Jurreut Events. .SE LECTORI* RENTS. -Tho Assistant Laml C .mmiaaiouer at Chatleville informs as thai the tun - for payment of ail selectors* rents has b.wn extended to 13th April, 1901 POLICE COURT.-Thu <>uly caa« heard during th- p«st week was that of th - Bail way D- partuient v John Dwyer for travelling ft omTouwuomba. to Charieville without n ticket. Defendant ploided guilty and wm fined -£I and o dered 10 pay the railway faro £1 18i- 1 J. ; III default levy and distress ; if iusufBcieut lev,, oue month in Rom* gaol. EcKPSE opdcs.-from all parts of iho world ast roitotuers are flunking to -Ml-iMt r», the Dutch island m tho Ka<e imtmi Areiiipeliifo. to witness the total eclipse ot the oun un lUy 18th uexr- Tho line ot ceutrai eclipio passes from the south of JUhdag.isear through Clio Mauritius. ncro*> tlio Indian Ouein, through Sumatra, B iraeo, eieb ;a, an I ltd *'jul u-)ru portion ot" New LJun-a. Hbckless cjnadXNO. - Tm Curld'tii* Uauiiilgial C nnu;...

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A LADY'S DIARY. AN INTERESTING PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

A LADY'S DIARY. AN" IKTEKESTING PAGE. Sunday.-Conld not cab breakfast .-felt languid and stayed at home. Monday.-Got up at nine o'clock and rested on the conch till soon. Bessie Musgrove came to lunch, bat I felt too Dnwtll to be entertaining^ Tuesday.-Pelt s'ightly better and eata little breakfast. Sorry I did so because all day I Buffered from indi gestion. Wednesday.-In bed all day. {Pains in the stomach and back, and bilious aick headache. Thursday.-Determined to get bet ter. Bought a box of Bile Beans for Biliousness, and took two of the beans. In evening felt considerably better. Took one more going to bed. Friday.-Almost recovered-ate a hearty meal-went visiting in the afternoon. Before going to bed took one more Bile Bean. Saturday.-Had a hearty breakfast and enjoved it. Played tennis all the aftoraoon. In the evening vent to 4he*theatre with father and mother, and before returning had an oyster supper, thanks to Bile Beans. SfOTE.-As the price iB so very low it would pay yo...

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HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIENT [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIENT " There now," said the doctor, " yon go on taking this medicine till it is all psed np. Thea come back and let toe have a look at yon." This was in December, 1806. The woman pnt the package in her pocket and went home. When the st.nff had been cousumed, as directed, she called again. The specialist looked at her nnd made np his min>l in a minute. "I will have nothing to do with yon as a paiieut," he saM. "It's no use. Von are past help ; yon are worse than when you were here before; I s>*e th.- bones through yonr skin now. What 1 tell you is the irnth, nnd you will be wise not to deceive yourself wii It hopes t hat can only break down under you." Rather hard, ngly talk, but from a com monsen?e point of view the doctor wub right. For four years Mrs. Agnes Brigg>, of JT.'rwool Terrace, Pad'ling ton, near Brisbane, Queensland, had suffered what she calls "dreadful tor ment and pain " fro"> dysentery. She | tried everyi hing advertis-c' or recom men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

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Coningham Divorce case. VERDICT FOR 0'HARAN. CONINGHAM RUSHES AT THE DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Conmgham Divorce case, i VERDICT FOR 0'HA.RA.JT. CONINGHAM RUSHES AT THE DOCTOR. Thpjnry yesterday rp!arned a verdict against C<tnin<rliam on all thfi issues. A fwne then nccurrod in tlio conrt whnn Coningham nahi"1 at Dr. O'H.iran yelling -'Let me at him." He tripped and fell and was carried ont of co'irt struggling with the police.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

For iale, Vv :HKT.Nr I ii'JL:, w uikI STEEEt , iriL-iu 4 M U'»'» »ncl'fw ? YuUiig al->4 . (L 5-i: c!i lyre;, lor .10 .<F (mure or Itos) ca.i.j)! Jr. Ai^.i II. S. BRU'Olifit, Well Hit1, Chitrloniie, ^3t. ^ "T #* Tone is lf,c condition of the body v,::oij ail is in good order, the fcfooiJ ; ic'i. shu nerves steady, the spice I r.di strong, stiff aad vigorous, li;e skin clear, the man or v. crr.ca well and fcappy. People w!zc lack tone and fly to medicine are ofica made worse. Purgatives weaken the Body cad ^ derange ilic tI:jrestion, so do tonics, V so caHeti, and they irritate the $ nerves too. That is because they ^ are used haphazard, without proper a preparation. I en. imgir m FH18 ,3 used according to the careful di \ rcctions that come with them, are \ THE ONLY TRUE TONIC, they c. *not do harm, they only a do good. A "A ycarago," said Miss K. Jaente. cfXowood- "Xbecamevery weakand a victim to headaches, neuralgia, poorness of blood, sleeplessness, and toss of appet...

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Fatal Shooting Accident. IN CHARLEVILLE. YOUNG LIFE CUT SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Fatal Shooting Accident. INCHAULGVILLE. YOUNG LIFE CUT SFIOfcT. The people of Charleville received quite a shock ;s!i Sunday afternoon Inst when it ivas reported that a rounil lad hail iK>en accidentally shut dead. It wiitild n;>|i:':ir that George Fi;z-Walter with liis two younger brothers Oliarles anr" Claude and three other companions named Jack Ross, Jack Partridge, and Albert Mathias was out shooting at the back of the town and alien in Ormston's paddock Jack Ross was asked for a piece of string and plnced the rifle beside his li-g. He then said " Hold this'* and little Claude caught hold of the rifle. Charlie tiled to take it from Claude, as he was too yonng to hold a ritl«», when it went off, the ballet entering under neath theptw oT Charlie and lodging in his brain. He at onca fell and his brother G -ge carried him with nil haste to the residence of Mr. M. G. Ormston. Medical aid was at once summoned and Dr. L'Est range lost no time in arriving at the scene of the ac c...

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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

niutH 4» Selectors. The several modus in wliicli hind may be acquired arc (1) l>y Agricultural Selection, i.e., Agricultural Farms and Agricultural Homesteads j (2) Grazing Selections, i.e., <j razing Farms and Grazing Homesteads ; (.«») Scrub Selec tions ; and (1) Uneondit.i<.nal Selection, Except in the case of Scrub Selections ami Unconditional Selection?, no per.-on wlio is not a lirilisli subject by biitli r naturalisation, or who is under the a^c of 16 years, or who seeks to acquire tlie land as the agent or seivant or misiet of another, will be allowed to select. A married woman is not competent ti* select an Agricultural Homestead or a Grazing Homestead, uuless the dUquaii ification is removed by the Land Uouri i'» the case of a married woman who has obtained an order Tor judicial separation or an order protecting her separate pro perty, or who is living apart from her husband. Applications For selections must be made in the prescribed form, in tripl...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Ritle Shooting. Six of the team selected for tha Cunnatunlla match were at practice daring the week bat the scoring was not as SKtisfsciory all ronnd as it might have been, a squall and changing wind so counting for the falling off. 300 500 600 Total H. J. Carter... 32 31 30 93 W.B. Mackenzie 25 33 30 ' 88 VV. Tronp ... 26 32 29 87 A. O. Webb ... 28 32 28 83 R. G. Gillies ... 26 20 16 62 J. Armstrong... 21 21 10 5£

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