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

The Club Hotel, Onnamulla, TEE PBSMIBa HOITSB WEST OF THE METBQPOLIS. - Superior Accommodation for all Cluxa*. Private Suites for Families. Separate Tahlos. SAnte dttingtSmoking, Bnding, and Writing Booms, Superior Billiird Table and liuir DvMMtOK Saloon on the Premises. Sale Agents, Cunnamulla Su»lli-WW, for Spencor & Co. Limited. iTadrn". Choirs Inditn Cigars, Wholesale Price list, from 14/6 perlOl); iuuI for the D.C,E>_. Co. Limited. Edinburgh (the dintillere in the world), for tlio Top QujUJTt " illOHL-lSU KiCIAB " V\ RISKS', pu^rauteed to ba i»4lur. il in boiul in »iw<l 15 years tR time of shipment. . . - ** The iJIub" ia illuminated throughout wii.h Acetyli-no Ou. "Went End Beer is dmwn through special refri<jeratin}» bcrx, cool »ud trtwli. Helidon Spa Water. The Very Choicest .Liquor# Storked. Wholesale VVia<» and Spirit tnt> - MFisjsd'Casea a Speciality. " XiieChib " No. 1 Special ll wl Cujo Wines iinrl Spirits 97J-. 'BUM meets ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

CONTAINS j ALL THS Latest NEWS, oia LOCAL AND FOREIGN ADVERTIS1N8 MEDIUM m WBSTQTTSBKSUN*U Business Xfctlcas* OR. H. LJESTRANGE, Successor to Ds KZBSJADI Corner of Galatea and Wills Streets. Hoars of ConsultaHan 9 a.nu to 10 a-rn; 2 pjn. to 5 pot>" "* tj.m. to 9 p.m. ?. f- P ELL, » - Solicitor, - - CRARLEVILLB. Xale of Powers and Bobinson's, and o T. Bunton'fl, Brisbane. Mm BROS. & CO. Stock, Station & Breeders' Agents. Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. IJONGBEACH, WINTON& BLACKALL Public Notice. Forwarding and Commission Agency Business, lately carried on in Charle ys. S. J. WESTERGAAKD h38 been purchased by ns, and trust by strict <»nd careful attention to -.ssSinew to merit the continuance of the support of Mr- Nielsen's constituent?. H. J. CASTER & CO. Ibeg to notify the Public that I have sold the Forwarding and Commission Agency Staincsa lately carried on by ine to MESSES. M. J- & CO., Charlevilte. While thanking my constitu...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Charleville Land Court SITTINGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Charleville Lana Court SITTINGS FOR 1901 Friday May 10 Jnue7 July 5 August 9j September 9 October 4 November 8 Decembr 6 » tSasao Sew Dying-. " Wot: tBree 'days unci ui|>htR I euffered 1? ay untoM from, an attack of ch>I<r« morbus br Jght/ ob by eating cucumbers/' eays 31. E. Ix)wih>T, clerk of the district court, t V.ttesrville, Jo a. "I thougbt. 1 should «t: aly die, and tried a dozen different m Jicmea but all to no purpose. I tent for a- jottle of »:homberlain*8 Colic, Choleri an<1 JLMwrhoea Renedy and throe doses relieved ma entirely. I went- to sleep and did not » - ate for eight hoars. On awakening a few h- ira'ago I felt so grafifird that th« first .- AI do on goinglotbe office is to »rire i<> 1 1 manvfactifera «f lhi» remedy «iitl uff«*r t.rfin wy: |»rii»«-f"i tliinka huh «I, . GuJ b*S»» yon. *'id llifc -p»nd<l »».«.? ic no \>iu wJi*."* Tbi» tfiwlj .* f..r ta!e ">. ]?>.*

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS LABOUR VICTORY FOR SENATE. ALSO FOR MARANOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

LABOUR VICTORY FOR SENATE. ALSO FOB HIARANOA. Saturday last was a ('ay of clays, bat a Strang -r in CharlcviUo wool! have antic-! very little stirring-at all events before Fonp o'clock. There were Few cabs rushing a boat and very little bustling of electors-and no fights After tour o'clock, however, as outside retains began to come in, excitement in creased and was continued till midnight. The figures as they came to hand by urgmt wire (and others obtained through the courtesy of oar local postmaster) were posted in the Time* window and cheers rang out as the , labour candidate forged ahead. At one time his majority was considerably over 500, bat this was expected as the town returns cait.e to hand first and in all big centres labour polled heavily. From Monday until the time of our going to press, however, Mr. Page's majority has dwindled down until it now stands at 463. This majority is made from our own figures and does not agree with the wires bat our Brisbane agent, the i f OTi...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Weather Forecast Brisbane, Uriday. | For the next five days, except i occasional ehowera, chiefly along the coast, fine weather is expected to prevail with increasing pressure; warm days and chilly nights ; prevail ing win<if> bef-irenn «onth and east, Tirpcp.lpd by westerly t^n-loncv id siQ h east. OLEME-NT L WRAGOE,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. Gold Returns. LARGE FALLING OFF. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Telegrams. G-old Returns. LARGE FALLING OFF. Brisbane, Friday. The g ill return? for the year ended March show & decrease of over 50,000 ounces as compared with the same period last year.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murder of a Millionaire. IN NEW YORK. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Slurderofa Millionaire. 1ST NEW YORK. Loiid»t>, Thursday. Iii emtu'ciinu with tne death of William Ri'.-e, a millionaire, who died a New York l»st year, lii.< val't umuetl Jones now states that Mr. Rice's _at tnrn-y Patrick instigated liiiu Co hiil i a t i.lnr.iioriufd c.twel over 11 r. Rice's face j for iiiil.-an-hoar. B»tb are now charged with mardi-r.

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A PLUCKY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

A PLUUKY GIRL The trials through wfcijb an One hunga (N". Z.) girl. Mi as D. Cunning ham, of Selwyn Street, has passed, caused her to be recently interviewed by'a reporter; and exceedingly in - '.ereatms her narrative proved. " I must tell yon," said Miss Cor ningham, " that I am a native of One hnnga, and am consequently well known here. My age is eighteen. A boat two years ago my trials began, for I t hen contracted bronchitis which developed into consumption. I was afflicted with weakening night sweats, emaciation, compk<!» loss- of appetite and a hockiug cough; my expecfora> . ions were marked with blood- 1 tfas treated by skilful doctors for six jnonths, bat at last I was told I was a hopeless consumptive. But feeling that whilst there is life there is hope t sent For a supply of Dr. WilliainV pink pill3 fcr p-le people, and after finishing two boxes was considerably benefited-tbe cough eased and I h? gan to eat well; t-.vo more hoses cared me. Since then I have b...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sixth Contingent. LEFT ON THURSDAY. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Sixth Contingent. I LEFT ON" THURSDAY. Brisbane, Friday. The sixth contingent left by the Tic to'ian yesterday morning amid great cheering.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boers Surrendered. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Boers SturenSerei A hundred B»era surrendered to Colonel Plainer at Wann Baths station.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. South Africa. Gallant Bushmen. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Cablegrams. South. Africa. Gallant Bushmen London, Thursday. An advance party oE the Victorian bn*>hinen at Zuuh<Tg were overwhelm ingly sarrnaodcj by heavy fire ar.d one man was pinned to the groand by hi? dead horse. His comrades dismounted j and extricated him. Reinforcement# | then arrived and th? bashmen dispersed the Boers, killing Four.

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Japan and Russia WARLIKE SPEECH. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Japan and Russia WARLIKE SPEECH. London, Thursday. The President of the Japanese Honse ot P^era, in warlike speech, stated that Jupau coald easily expel Russia from Maucbnria.

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Commander-in-Chief's Salary. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Commander-in-Chiefs Salary A royal warrant has been issued in creasing the' Commander-in-Chiefs salary to £5 000.

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

DEATH.     FITZ WALTER.-On 31st March, acci- dentally shot at Charleville, Charles Thomas, second son of George and Minnie Fitz- Walter; aged 9 years and 5 months.-R.I.P.  

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 April 1901

Magisterial Inquiry. A magisterial inquiry into the death of     Charles Fitz-Walter was held on Thursday       last before J. Vivian -Williams, Esq., PM Acting sergeant Benzies gave formal evidence as to being informed of the     occurrence and proceeding to the spot.     John Partridge 5 years off age. give   evidence to the effect that he gave a loaded pea rifle to John Ross. He was some distance away when he heard a shot fired and saw the deceased on the ground. He in- formed the police of the occurrence. John Ross, 17 years of age, stated that between 2 and 3 o'clock on Sunday last be saw deceased , John Partridge, George Fitz-Walter, Claude Fitz-Walter and Albert Mathias near the Warrego Bldg-,   Charlevilie. Partridge was carrying a pea rifle like this one produced and George Fitz-Walter was carrying a double barrel led gun. He saw Par...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

HON. J. V. CHATAWAY. Death on Friday. Peaceful End. Brisbane, Thursday. The Hon. J. V. Chataway (Minister for Agriculture) is still critically ill. Brisbane, Friday. Mr. Chataway passed away peacefully this morning. Death was dae to affections of the heart and liver. [Xame» Vhtckkt Chataway, for MaaUay, was bom in September, 1852, and was educate! at "Winchester College. He arrived in Australia in 1873. At tha general elections of 1893 and 189G he waa retained for the constituency of Mackay in the Legis lative Assembly. On 2nd Uarch, 1898, he waa appoint*! Secretary for Agrionltara ; on 13th October, 1S98, Secretary f >r Lands ; and on 7th December, 1893, ha was again ap pointed Secretary for Agrisoltnre.] Wanteds. Under this heading sixteen words will be inserted once. If; three times, 2/. WANTED KNOWN, that Bubbe Stamps of F-'ret-cIasa quality can b" obtained at the Times Office, Charleville. Y< 'OTJNGr M»n seel* employment on station; will do odd jobs; also teach ?m...

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Oddfellows' Sports EASTER MONDAY. SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Oddfellows' Sports EASTER MONDAY. SUCCESSFUL MEETING. Easter Monday is always looked up on in Charleville as a day set apart for the Oddfellows ; at all events it is the day on which they hold their annual sports and no one ever thinks of making any counter attraction. ? The Oddfellows* sports meeting has always been popular and on last Monday they proved to he no exception to the rale. It is estimated that there were about S50 adult persone on the gronnd be sides innumerable youngten>, who had assembled to sea the fun. The sports started in the forenoon and were kept going till after six o'clock in the after noon. The programme was a very I popular one-one in whijh the pro fessional element w.s not given thel whole say and in which novicps conld take part. The committee crtainly de. aerve credit For their proaramni'*. The followias wpra the offi-ws for tie day:--JCDGSat-Messrs. G. N. Bell ?Jul. Camming?!, 3. Esp"e,and M. 3 Mines. Ssfhsss Mr. J. Armstrong. HAiTDiCAPPsnsMessrs. J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

* *V;1. v^' \":" " ~*'?r A.;. ..., >? .~V. ' o OD M o o H QD W 0 fi V FITZ-WALTER CO GHTIRAL M: AH* CHARLEVILLE. -A-T J^JDJ^-sr^T.jE -A.3ST3D ATTO-ATHELLA. IM m m 0 < N3 ? fi % <{ w fe 0 ft E <1 14 0 pk & ti ffl h 03 h <1 0 r» fi 0 0 H <1 M Inspect our Stock of WINTER JUST OPENED. ALLTHE LATEST NOVELTIES NEW GOODS NOW ARRIVING * * * m :r* H % w H H IB *3 It tsl td a GO 00 O § tel O 00 H O O « 00, o FITZ WALTER & CO

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Maranoa Electorate. THE BEDOURIE TROUBLE. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Maranoa Electorate, THE BEDOURIE TROUBLE. Brisbane, Friday. Acting-sergpnDfc Wal«-1>, who wn= E'Dt from Brii-bsue to try and reach Eedoarie via Windoralt, will prolisilly ?each Bedourie to night (Friday J. Thi* W BSJWb ««Us; Tt»5 autiSigfttei*

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POLLING FOR REPRESENTATIVES. MEMBERS RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

POLLING FOB REPRESENTA TIVES. MEMBERS RETURNED. BRISBANE- -.V T.MACDONALD-PATERSON. CAPRICORNIA ALEXANDER PATERS ON. DARLING DO WNS W. H.GROOM." OXLEY RICHARD EDWARDS. MORETON JAMES WILKINSON. "WIDE BAY A. FISHER. HERBERT BAMFORD ... BROWN 1 return to come. KENNEDY M'DONALD ... BARNETT 9 returns to come. MARANOA PAGE BDNNING ... 20 returns to come. 3,334 3,128 3,902 2,298 2,908 2,520

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