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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, 13TH APRIL, 1901. THE FIRST FEDERAL LESSON [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

THE CIjaruMie Ctrnes* SATURDAY, 13TH APRIL, 1901. THE FIRST FEDERAL LESSON The first Federal lesson has been «oo recently learnt to bs yet for gotten. It has been in the nature of f n awakening. We all knew be fore that there was but two parties m Queensland politics. One of these patties has woke np to the fact that a march has been stolen on i hem-and the party so treatedisthe one that should not have been so treated, for it. is the party of the j majority, the party of law and I order, and not of lawlessness and disorder. And as the lesson has been too recently learnt to be for gotten, so is the application ot its principles too immiceut to be dis regarded. TheLabour party through its snperior organization has triumphed Federally-shall it also rrin*7tjih at the State elections presently reqnired to fill ap the gaps made by the Federal Parlia ment ? It has indeed beea averred, by people persnmed to be in the confidence of Labour, that those . embers of the Parliatnentaiy L.-ibonr ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Federal Elections; LATEST RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

LATEST RETURNS. The following are-the latest retarn9 for tba Senate and Representatives elections:- . POLLING FOR THE SENATE: SIX TO BE'ELECTED. NUMBER OF POLJilEG PLACES; 789 42 RETURNS YET TO DAWSON ... . 29J&7? HIwGS ... 29,081, DRAKE 26j*&7] STEWART 23,570 FERGUSON 22,988 GLASSEY 22,"526 THYNNE ...v ... 21,845 BARTHOLOMEW ... 20,503 HAMILTON ... ... 18,344 COWLEY ... ... 18385; PLANT 17,013; MURRAY-PRIOR ... 12&42' HOOLAN 7,395 SEYUOUR 4,320; AHEARNE 4,485" BUZACOTT 2,706

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIENT [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIENT " There now," said the doctor, " you go on taking this medicine tilt it is all used np. Then come back and let tre have a look at yoa." This was in December, 1S96. The woman pot the package in her pocket and went home. When the staff had been consumed, as directed, she called again. The specialist looked at her and made ap his mind in a minate. "I will have nothing to do with yoa as a patient," he said. "It's no use. Yon are past help; yoa are worse than when yon were here before; I see the bones through yoar skin now. What I tell yoa is the cratb, and yoa will be wise not to deceive yourself with hopes that can only break down nnder yoa." Rather hard, agly talk, bat from a com* monsense point of view the doctor was right. For fonr yars Mrs. Agnes Brigg», of NnrwooJ Terrace, Padding ton, near Brisbane, Queensland, had suffered what she calls "dreadful tor ment and pain" fro-n dysentery. She tried eve*?thing advertis^c or recom mended to core it, without suc...

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A WITHDRAWAL TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

A WITHDRAWAL | To THE EDTTOB. . SIB,-There is a sentence in~an article of mine which appeared in yoar paper of 26th January which I regret to find has been .misunderstood. The sentence rang as follows: "I believe that all the worst effects of this drought might have been avoided if the early settlers had thought of sindying the natural conditions of climate instead of crowding in Btocfe from the one wild wish to grow rich." I wish now to explain that by early settlers I meant those who first took ap the land and not the ex isting owners. I had no thought of reflecting on anyone now owning a sta tion or selection. According to the view I was stating the mischief was done _ at the very beginning. So it has often been expounded to me by some;."of the "ollest inhabitants" and they seemed to have a good deal to say for their con tention, bat I hare since heard a.good deal on the other side which makes. m& eo doubtful about the whole matter that I should like to withdraw the expre...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Cstrreiit IS^ents. VssrBY Mbetiko.-TIio annual voatry meeticit of all Saints* Church is fixed for Mun Uy, 22nd April, at 8 p.m. All pwahionen are ursjed to a'tend. TEwf w.MEETISG.-The annual meeting . f the Charleville Lawn Tennis Club will he held on Tuesday next whoa all mem h«t« a"-o requested to attend. IteicB OP Bbkf.-Mr. John Armstrong advertises in another column that on and after Monday next the price of beef will be risen to 4Jd and 5d for prime cnts. No one will wonder at this-the only wondor is that we can get beef at any once at all in these soaaons, and if aless business-like vana thvn Mr. Armstrong had ten m the field w would have been left in the lurch long ago. When you cannot aleep for coughing, it i hardly necessary that any one should tel vouthatjou need afewdeses of Chamber hun'a Coueh Hemedy to allay ttie irritation of the throat, and mate sleep g?®81T- " g iod. Try it- E'er sale by Pitz-Waltec & o., Charlevillo. To THE DEAF.-A rich lady, cured of bar de...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. A HINDOO UNIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Correspondence. We do not iojd oarstlces retponsi&la in any vny forth opinions expressed or tiatements made btf our correspondents. A HINDOO UNIONIST. As instancing tho consistency of tlio Laboar unionists,who shriek so wildly for what the member for the Barcoo terms " White OastreLie," I may state that there is now employed on a station, as cook, not LOO miles From the Paroo river, a foil blooded Hindoo said to be the proud possessor of a union ticket. It would be interesting to know if this ticket were issued by the energetic? «"cretiiry oF the Charleville Workers' Union or by'jtheir late organiser Mr. D. Bowman who!now (mis) represents the Warrego electorate and Is one of the ultra white whooperB of the Labour PartyJ Certainly the .Hindoo is said to hav« lost caste for some reason, which n.ay ac count for his admission to the charmed circle. Yonrs, etc., _ . PAROO.

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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. South Africa. Boers Drowned. London, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. South Africa. Bosrs Drowned. London, Thursday Commandant Tan Reeks and Com mandant Lnter's commandoes of 1,000 strong crossed the Orange River at Moderfontein drift by means of rafts, and In doing so 12 Boers were drowned.

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Legal Charleviile Police Court Friday, 5th April. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Legal Charleviile Police Court Friday, 5th April. Before the P. If. Wilful Destruction.-L. C. Enright summoned James Whyte for wilfully destroying a stone jar containing £2 worth of brandy. Defendant pleaded" guilty and was Hoed £2, in default one month in gaol. Saturday, 6th April. Before the P.M. Alleged Stealing a Cheque.-John Bnrkc was charged with stealing a cheque from a man named Jones at Beechal station. Constable M'Carthy gave evidence of arresting' accused at the Bierbank Hotel. R. B" llnrphy, a carrier, stated that on 2(Jth March last lie was canip-'d near the Bierbank Hotel with his waggon. Accused bonght certain gns.Js fr.un h-m and tendered a £G choipa drn>vn t»y John Campbell. O i .Mo.irl.ir, I st instant witness handed Ot>ii.-=t:ii)!e M'Carthy tin cheque received from aceusil. Wit ness had no doubt tliat :u;.:us.vi w.i< the man who gave him the £5 cheque. Accnscd wan wui4ud.«d for eight days at the request of the police. Monday, 8th April. Before the...

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Bushman Plague-Stricken. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Bushman Plaguo-Stricken. .V member of tlie sixth contingent of >« Now Snath Wales buahraen ia euffer g from plague at Capetown.

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

MR- COULTER CURED A HAIRDRESSER'S TROUB-iES. A COMPLICATION OP DIS ORDERS. BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUS NESS BROUGHT HEALTJI. j .M- O rbrr. of Qaeen St., Bris bane, is a hairdresser and tobacconist. As a rule a hairdresser is of a lively disposition-in fact to be jolly and conversant with bis customers goes a great way towards making him a success in bis business. It was hard indeed for Mr. Coulter to be. lively because be suffered from indigestion and biliousness and other iUa, and hearing' tbat he had been cured by Biie Beans for Biliousness, the pro prietors sent a representative to interview him, when the following took place: "I am glad you oiled, and consider it my duty to tell you how I suf fered. My indiges ti o n brought on Cull n e s s .after eat ing, which was not only ob jectionable, but painful also. Then I. bad pains in the back, sides and stom ach, and at times I would lay awake and vomit. "Ton have been a great sufferer Mr Coulter'* remarked the interviewer. "Tea indeed I ...

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

The Club Hotel, Onnamulla, THE PEEMIEB HOUSE WEST OF THE METROPOLIS. gnprrrffr Acoomt*ocl*ti£ni for all Claw*. Private Snttcs for Families. Separate Table". Unite (jilting, Bmolring. Beading, and Writing Booms. Superior Billiard Table and Bnatiag Saloon on tha Premises. Sele Afmit», Cumnmnlla South-West, for Spencer & C*. Iamited. Madni;- Choice Indim Cig>ir>", WhoIea.Je Price List, from 14/6 per lOO; an*' Car tha D.CX. Co. limited, Edinburgh ("lie Ittunt distillers in the world}, for the Top ^VMUXT" HlfKllKD NKCTAB " \\ BISKS', |»u-«raine«l tu be matured in bond in wu<:d 1^ jaUiat time of shipment. ... * Xlie duo ?* u illuinina.ed throughout with Acetyl-ne Ol«. Wait Xnd Beer U drawn through ppecial rofrigeratiiip chan-bers, cool and frail. Kslidon Spa Water. The Very Choicest Liqaors Stocked. Wholesale Wine and Spirit lot. Mixed Cam a Speciality. '. The Club '* .No. I Special Mixed Case Winen and Spirit b 17/s "Sam meet»erery train with Attendants Correspon...

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

CONTAINS j £11 the Latest NEWS, BOTH LOCAL AUD FOKEISS. f THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM XTT WEST Qckhjssian*. Business ETetices. DR. H. L'ESTRANGE, Successor to Dn Enuuior Corner of Galatea and Willa Streets. Honrs of Cdnsnlfe^oo 9 a-m. to 10 a.m j 2 pjm. to 5 p.«, " Tj,m. to 9 p.m. P. J1 p ELL, . . Solicitor, - - CHAKLEVILLE. of towers and Robinson's,undo T Bmton'a, Brisbane. RILEY BROS. & GO. \ Stock, Station & Breeders Agents. Sheep & Cattle Salesmen LONGREACH, WINTON&BLACKALL IT ,1 5, -L.X <s <*> ft " toSSBiSsiHssS HO MOIIE Wallabies or Kangaroos AFTER FENCING WITH COLONIAL-MADE WIRE NETTIN6 MANUFACTURED BY Lysaght Bros. & Co , Ltd OFFICES: 214 Qneeo-Street \ BB-1S3ANE The SYDNEY M AIL. THE BEST HiLTJSTBATKD AVEHKLY PAPER IN A0STJJA1ASIA. A MAGAZINE of Genera Infnra».Tjr. on Pastoral, Agricultural, Sporting Hid Miscellaneous Bubjecta, illustrated in the best half tone process work. SPECIAL EXPEBT WRITKES IN EACSF DEP...

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Came Hear Dying. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Casio Hear Dying-. " For three day# and nighta I differed agony antold frotr> an ifick of cholera mttrbu. brought on by eating cucumbers/' saya it, E. Lowther," ol«-ik u£ the district court C«ate*mlle. la *- .. I thought I »hou'd .only die, and irieu * dozen d.fferent audtmnea bat ad 'o no purpose. I tei.6 for a bolt!# of Ohambe.-I .i:A Cj.L*, Cholen and Diarrhoea Be-nedy ani three dote* relieved sw entirely- X «eir tt oi^-p and did not .wake for eight hours. On awakening a few hoar* ago 1 felt BO gratiBed that th« first work I do on going to the officu it to write lo Che manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thraka and wr, * li V**" 70a and »he »pl<nl:d me>iieine you »""lrr." Th>« remedy i» f»r ealo by

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Charleville Land Court SITTIUGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Gharleville Land Court SITTIUGS FOR 1901 Friday May 10 Jane 7 July 5 -August 0 September 9 October 4 November 8 Decembr G

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Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 9th April." [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Our Brisbane Letter. {[From Oar Own Correspondent]. Bbibbane, 9 th April." It is now almost certain that all ttie leaders in the federal stakes will come in winner?. The only chance is tli.it Thjnne shonld get his nose in front of Glassey on the post. Bnt Jimmy Page reigns at Charleville ! and I hope Char leville will enjoy the Icing the Trades Hall has sent it. Bnt queer things are happening nowadays, Tlie Labour vic tory is making all the difference, and people who previously would not toach the thing with tongs, now take the plat form to their bosom?, if they do not fall down and worship it. The latest of these most unlikely worshippers is foond in';, .the Hon. A. H. Barlow, who from being a fierce opgonont of Labour has suddenly become a devotee, if ono may jnijge from his letter in" yesterday's Courier. Yes, the victory makes all the difference with,some people; and as that victory was clearly doe to organiza tion, the.Hon. Andrew is quite indig nant at the idea of counter-orga...

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A Trip to Cunnamulla, FRIENDLY RIFLE MATCH. WIN FOR CHARLEVILLE. STATE OF THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

A Trip to Cunnamulla, FRIENDLY RIFLE MATCH. WIJST FOB CHARLEVILLE.' STATE OF THE COBTJSTBY. 8OME weeks ago the Charievilla Bifle il Clab received a challenge from the rifle- iy ites at Cannamnlla to contest a friendly match with them at the latter place. ^ The challenge was accepted and the ma c"i fixed for Easter Saturday. The a, Charleville team left by the "s train on Friday, an<l by tli&.^^BRhey arrived at the J'Jialf-way . ^ Wyandra--night had fairly closed in; i From Wyandra to Cannamnlla nothing ^ was to be seen excepting the broad plains stretching away in the moonlight, bat the visiting rifle; tes kept themselves amused with many a joke and story. One of the " oldest inhabitants" of Canna mnlla told how in the early days he to help to ran a church there (at which the other members of t*ie party opened their eyes) and after the service used to booze op tho collection with the parson ? -how lie sold a lot of pies to two squat ters "on the scoot" to fight a ...

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Suspected Plague. BRISBANE. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Suspected Plague* BRISBANE.; Brisbane^ Friday. Two suspicions cases are. non under observation in Brisbane, bat so far they have oot been proved to be plague.

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Telegrams. i Federal Cabinet. Boer Prisoners. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Telegrams. i Federal Cabinet; Boer Prisoners Sydney, Friday. The Federal Cabinet held a roeetin to-day. The principal matter deal' with was an inquiry from Mr. Joae Chamberlain, Secretary of State for th Colonies, whether there was any objec tion to interning the Boer prisoners Tasmania till the close of the war. It was resolved that although Ta mania offered no objection it was not in the interests of the Commonwealth to receive prisoners of war within its terri tory.

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Fatal Fire. TWO LIVES LOST. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

Fatal Fire TWO LIVES LOST. Sycncj, FriJsy A fiic OCCKTW! at the Prince of Wales If?>:<!, Nowra. Jfev Sonth Wales, Inst night. A man n.imed Wilford and bis fun I5fiij:t!tiii> were enffocated, a boerdt'r rained Fischer jumped off a balcony and broke his snklp, and the wife of the licensee escaped by sliding down the verandah post.

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New Ministers. TWO IN N.S. WALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901

New Ministers TWO IN N.S. WALES. Sydney, Friday. 5 Mr. T. HsjesT member for thfr Mur ray, and \V. Benneit, aiember for Dor Iintn, liarc been' ajipoiiitcd JI iniaters withont portfolio in the Hon. J. See's recor.s? rnctoil New S >nth Wales Min istry.

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