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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Public Notice. ■S7I77RE, KArOK, and FIBRE SIA.T VV TRESSES in all Sizes. Pillows and Canvas Folding Chain. "V^nolegalp and Betail, at Brisbane prices (with carriage aided), at Alexander's Auction Rooms, CHAHLEVILLE. St. ALEXAITOEE, Auctioneer. Agent for the Queensland Bedding Factory orapany.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Week's Wiring. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Week's Wiring. The annual report of the Department of Public Instruction is published. The net increase ou t!i*> railways for May as coiupurail witli the previous cor responding period was £7,206. Mr. Story, M.LA., was presented at Cunnaiimllii with a purse of 200 sove reigns, and tho whole of his election ex penses have also been subscribed. The annual military encampment is now being held at Tuwnsville. Mr. Castling, M.L.A.., has wired to the Hon. R. Philp, suggesting that a cattle dip ha erected on the Lower Burdekin, as the settlers there will be ruined if not helped. The tick plasne is very virulent in the Tully River district, and tho mortality arnaug cattle there 13 very serious.— Great delay is caused in.getting outside loading away frmij JSujiliendisii, owing to fche'Stbck DoJiartment insisting upon bul lock and horse teams being dressed be fore goiug outside the quurautiue area. Some of the cattle treated are statod to have had'ticks on them next morning. The prisoners ...

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OBDURAE STATESMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

OBDTJBATE STATESMEN. The Budget Committee of the Beichstag has refused to vote the sum required to defray the expenses of the transfer of German New Guinea, to the Government.

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London v. Colonial Wool Sales. (From our Special Correspondent). LONDON, April l0th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

London v. Colonial Wool Sales. our Special Correspundout). London, April lOtli, 1896. There can be no doubt that tho vexed question, " which is the best market for growers to soil their clip?" is perhaps one of the foremost questions of the hour in colonial pastoral quarters. The British Auslrahtsiuii, iu a recent issue, aaya that " it was iu 1SC0 that local (Australian) sates first were evolved, though for twenty years afterwards the business done was exceedingly small. About 1880, continental houses, seeing a lai^ar field for their operations in 'direct buying, opened branches iu Australia, and tho great wool houses of Sydnoy aud Mel bourne brought pressure upon their country friends to consent to have thuir wool sold locally. At the present time the volume of Australian sales amounts to close upon half of the total annual wool clip, a position of aSiiirs -which naturally tends to excite tho London broker to in dignation. The advocates of local selling advise their clients that wi...

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Tambo Festivities. (From our own Correspondent). THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Tambo Festivities. (From our own Correspondent,). THE CRICKET MATCH. We were favoured with, a visit of tlio Blackall cricket clnb last Friday. Thoy arrived in the evening and were met by several prominent townsmen. Among the visitors were: His Worship the Mayor Blackall (Alderman Carbeek), Mr. Staf ford, Police Magistrate, Blackall, Mr. R. Ainslie, Northampton, Mr. Murray, Raveiisbourne, Messrs. Robert and Adam and Master Smith, Isis Downs, Mr. Tom Hughes, Malvorn Hills, Mr. R. J. McCul lagh, BLickall, Mr. Thompson, Blackall, Mr. E. Colwell. Blackall, Mr. Murray, Bank of New South Wales, Blackall, and others. The cricket match started on Saturday, and there was a good attendance of spec tators, including a sprinkling of ladies. The Tambo captain won the toss and de cided to bat. sending in Mr. J. Yates and Mr. J. D. Tom to the destructive bowlerj, Messrs. R. and A. Smith. The wickets foil rapidly, the only two to get into doable figures being Mr. EL F. Jillett (captain), 19, and Mr....

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Police Court. Monday, 8th June. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Police Court. Monday, 8th June. Before J. Viviaa-Williams, Esq., P.M-5H Lakcbjtt.—James William Holmes was charged with the larceny of aBaddle pad, and was remanded for 24 hoars. Bail was allowed, accused in £10, or one approved surety in £10. "Wages :—John Haydon sued Alexander Morrison for wages. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Mr. Lociett (Messrs. Lockett & Sheldon) appeared for complainant, and Mr. I H. T. Bonrko, for defendant. John Haydon, the plaintiff, gave evidence, as also did the defendant, Alexander Morrison, after which a verdict was recorded for the complainant for 5s 3d and .Is 6d costs of court, in default i levy and distress; in default, 48 hours in the celia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

ALLAN & STARK, Ltd., Si'UJj Offer the SPECIAL LOTS referred to lost week, but in soma instances certain shades are sold. Attention is drawn to the following NEW GOODS just opened:— Small Lot of Faille and Bengaline Pure Silks, 22in wide; two qualities. If ever usually sold less than 5s lid and & 6d per yard. Shades—Electric, Buttercup, Maize, Eau-de-nil, Fawn, Coqnelicot (or Cerise Bed), Heliotrope, Pink, Clear Palo Bine, and Cream For axeally handsome Evening Dres3 these goods aro unequalled, and this line will be one of the best advertisements we have ever had. The only regret is that a very few days will clcar the lot. Price, 2s lid peri yard. We are always glad to send patterns, but in this case it will be useless, as best shades will be gone before reply can reach us. On re ceipt of letter or wire, however, we will send, by parcel post, Dress or other Length re quired, and if not approved of. will pay post age both ways, and refund cost of goods. Lot of 18Jin wi...

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LADIES' DOUBLE HANDICAP. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

LADIES' DOUBLE HANDICAP. FIBST HOUND. Miss Darvall and Mrs. Oardew v Mrs. Lockett and Mrs. Goertz, 4—9. Miss Carter and Miss TuIIy v Mra. Harris and Mias Maggie Marks, 7—9. ! Mias Millie Hood and Miss Marks a bye. SECOND BOUND. M?g« Millie Hood and Mias Marks v Mrs. Harris and Miss Maggie Marks, 9-fi. Mrs. Lockett and Mrs. Goerfz a bye. FINAL. Mrs. Harris and Miss Maggie Marks v Mrs. Gooriz and Mrs. Lockett, 9—6.

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Charleville Lawn Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Charleville Lawn Tennis Tournament. The Charleville Lawn Tennis Club held its annual tournament on 29th and 30th May last on the Charlevill* Conrt. The event passed off successfully, and beantifnl weather prevailed. Mrs. Goertz won the Ladies' Single Handicap, thereby winning the trophy presented by Mr. E. B. Learmontfa. The Ladies' Doable Handicap and the trophies presented by Mr. Brodie and Messrs. Maclean and M'Nielo were won by Mrs. Harris and Miss Maggie Marks. The Gentlemen's Singles, with Mr. W. Gibson's trophy, was carried off by Mr. Bennett, while the Gentlemen's Double fell to Messrs. C. F. Sheldon and G. A. Francis, who thereby won the trophy presented- by Messrs. Goertz and Peddle. We are sorry to 3tate that oar space enables U3 only to give a very short account of the tourna ment, which was, owing greatly to the efforts of its popular secretary, Mr. C. F. Sheldon, voted a great success. Follow ing are the details of the scores :

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GENTLEMEN'S SINGLE HANDICAP. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

GENTLEMEN'S SINGLE HANDICAP. FIRST KOUKD. J. G. A- Peddle v H. E. Nicoll, 9—3. J. E. Raleigh v H. Bennett, 6—9. H. S. Tyrwhitt v M. Gallagher, 1—9. J. E. Peyton v E. B. Learmonth, 7—9. C. Musson v G, A. Francis, 4—0. Rev. £L L. Wickham v H. E. M'Heile, 9—8. M. Wood v Rev. F. A. Cardew, 8—9. C. F. Sheldon v E. J. Kelletta, 9—4. SECOND BOUND. J. G. A. Peddle v G. A. Francis, 9—7. H. Bennett v Rev. fl. L. Wickham, 9—2. Rev, Ji*. A. Cardow v E. B. Learmonth, 3—9. C. F. Sheldon v M. Gallagher, 6—9, THIRD BOUND. J. G. A. Peddle v H. Bennett, 8—9. M. Gallagher v E. B. Learmonth, 7—9. FINAL. E. B. Learmonth v H. Bennett, 6=2.

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Tuesday, Jane 9. Before J. Vivian-Williams. Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Tuesday. Jane 9. Bflfowi J. Tivinn-Williams. £m.. P.M. Laecesy:—James William Holmes, on remand from the 8th. instant," appeared charged with the larceny of! a saddle pad. Mr. Locltatt (Messrs. Lockett & Sheldon) ap peared for the accused. After hearing the evidence the bench discharged accused, [and madean "order to Tetorirfhe padtto -Wflliajn - Q-. Molloy, the owner.

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Thursday, 11th June. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Thursday, 11th June. Before J. Vivian- Williams, Esq.. P.M. Labcext.—William Miller, on remand from Thargomintlah, appeared at the Police Court charged with the larceny of a saddle the property of Dnncan Iiove, of Dillalah station. The evidence taken before Mr. James F. McColl, J.P., at Thargomindah, and read at the Police Conrfc, went to show that the accused was arrested by Constable SufcclifTe on the Charleville road, about two miles from Toompine. At the time of his arrest he was riding a horse and leading a pack horse. When the constable came npon accused, he asked him if he had any objec tion to his (the constable) looting through his pack. The accused replied " no" and dis mounted. The saddle was taken off the horse by the constable and examined, and 'was found to answer the description of one reported as stolen from Dillalah station, in July, 1895. the property of Mr. Dnncan Love. Accused was then arrested on the charge of stealing the saddle. Alexander Bcnzies, Senior-const...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

J. H GEDBES, BIRT, & CO, LTD., BRISBANE, SYDNEY, FRANCE, LONDON / 'TTvT'itii. OozxtinentaJ. •^.g-encies. minS Company i# errriinjj a large modern Freezing and Chilling Warehouse on Musgrave A Wharf, South Brisbane, which, possessing nn unrivaUcd position, is especially desipned for th» reception of stock slaughtered and treated at tho proposed I)epAL at Chnrlevillo direct into the Cool Smrnu, and from tlience into tho Steamers hold, and clearly recognising the importance of mum satisfactory realization have made extendou arrangements for distrit hntion in Europe under expert supervision. Agents fok—NARRABRI INLAND CHILLING- DEPOT. TENTEBFIELD INLAND CHILLING DEPOT. Lessees and- Proprietors—C0J1PA&1TIE d' AILEMENTATIOIT, PAEIS. „ GOVEENMEITT MEAT, AND PBODUCE MAEEEIS, SYDNEY ; . : „ SEISBAUS HABSEI5, SOUTH BBISBAN3 OVFKCKS : 2 Ftiactoch 'Aveime, London'; Maequaria Place Sydney; A-M.P. Buildings, Brisbane. JNO. 6. A. PEDDLE, Charleville. ^■uictioxLeers, Stocky Station,...

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The Little Huguenot. IN THREE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

I Tlie Little Huguenot. IN THREE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER II. niHEir left the house, with their X guards all round them, and were led into a lonely bye-street in the neighbourhood. There the soldiers baited, drew their swords, called out all together, "Kill! kill !"and at tacked their defenceless prisoners. The eldest boy was the first slain; and his father was the next victim. The youngest son (the same who had shown such courage in pleading for Lis life), had the presence of mind to drop to the ground with them, and to lie there as still as if he too had been billed by the same sword-thrusts which bad despatched his father and his brother. Oast, the serrant, was murdered last. AH the clothing of the bodies were torn off them. The living boy lay naked m the blood of his nearest and dearest relations—to all outward appearance death-stained by his wounds, like the rest. As the Count and his men with drew, believing that they had suc cessfully accomplished the butchery of their four prisoner...

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GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE HANDICAP. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE HANDICAP. FIRST BOUND. G. A.. Francis and C. F. Sheldon v M. Wood and H. S. Tyrwhitt, 9— 6. W. Cooper and Rev. H. L. Wickhara v J. 6. A. Peddle and J. E. Raleigh, 2—9. C. MassonandP. Marwadel forfeited to E. B. Learmontn and E. F. C. Manning. I. E. Peyton and M. Gallagher v. H. Bennett and H. C. Nicoll, 9—7. Rev. F. A. Cardew and H. E. H'Neile a bye. SECOND HOUND. Rev. P. A. Cardew and H. E. M'Neile v C, P. Sheldon and 6. A. Francis. 1—9. E. B. Learmonth and E. F. C. Man ning v I. E. Peyton and M. Gallagher, 5—9. J. G. A. Peddle and J. E. Raleigh a bye. THIRD BOUBD. C. F. Sheldon and G. A. Francis ▼ I. E. Peyton and M. Gallagher, 9—6. J. G. A. Peddle and J. E. Raleigh a bye. FINAL. C. F. Sheldon and G. A. Francis v J. G. A Peddle and J. E. Raleigh, 9—4.

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TURKS IN CRETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

TURKS IN CRETE. Turkish troops have wrecked three churches in Crete.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 June 1896

Birth. Williams. —On June 12th, at her residence,   Watson-street, Charleville, the wife of J. R. Williams of a daughter.

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

THE Cljadetoftle Ctrnes* Saturday, Jtrue 20, 1896. The reeeille has sounded, and tho forces of constitutional government are once again aligned in position for the political warfare and work of the session now current. It were idle to assume or to expect from the outset that the Governor's speech, so preg nmt with promise for good legisla tion and hope for amiable conditions in our social and commercial life, wil! be realised to tfic letter of its entirety Past experience of certain sections— or a certain section—of the Assembly, precludes any impression of that kind. Rut it is not too much to suppose that, at least, the same experience may work for good in 'those v/ho have created it, and that possibly the ex tremists of last Parliament will be fouinl to have accepted the inevitable in this. Not that tho lion will lie down with the lamb. " The Ethiopian cannot chan«re his skin," &c., &c., and Thcnias Gkissey, the reputed leader to-be of the Labor Party—contentious o...

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

■ WEATHER FORECAST. iurther rain is anticipated along the Queensland sea shores and in the Mitchell and Kennedy districts.

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FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

FATALITY. A man named Thompson, who has been a watchman at Petrio's Bight, lias been found dead from a bullet wound which was apparently self inflicted, the revolver having bcon placed in his mouth and fired.

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