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Botha's negotiations. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901
Botha's negotiations. Hooter's correspondent at Capetown states that Commandant Botha is pre pared to reopen negotiations on behalf of the entire Boer forces. His recent visit convinced him that Commandant De Wet was mentally irresponsible for his actions snd his inflaence was dimin ishing. Mr. Bennett-Barleigh states that it is semi-ofiSoially reported in Capetown that Botha has had a farther interview with General Kitchener. The London Times states that Com mandant Botha .cannot expect, after fresh defeats, to be again offered the terms he recently refused.
After the Return of James Page. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901
After the Return of James Page. By a Working Man Elector. And inch are the men who would fight Labnnr's cause, Such arb the men who would fain make onr lavs ; Oh ! men c f the West, from your slumber arise, How long will such humbogs throw dust in yonr eye*. You find levies for this, and subscriptions for that Whilst delegates langh in their sleeve . and grow fat; I had hoped that good sense, despite all their cunning, Would bnve placed afc the top of the poll G. E. Banning.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 April 1901
. II VOEB? (SUGAEr-COA'JCIiD) * TOTD6C5K*3 ]SEW r - juIYK^ PIIiIiJ» Wn«ttn» - ^ and extraordinary com JP** _. of concentrated medicine. Th° .*orie* ofSaonce-KloctrioTelegraph9 Bteam, and Printing- revolutionised th« whole nyatem of the globe, and made mankind wiser and better. So, although there era countless Pill&lt; used for disease, and claiming much aa to their merit, the (remarkable discovery of Dr. Haydock has .dipaed them all, and has founded a Hew Medical Symtviaa. TJie Doctors, whose vast doses of four .r five p lis enfeeble the stomach and paralyse the bowels, moat give Way to a man who restores healto and ?^petite with one or two of his extraor dinary Vegetable Fills. One or two of DB. HAYCOCK'S NEW LIVER PILLS Suffices to place the stomach in perfect .rder, creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. . If the liver la affected, it» functions are restored, and if the Nervous System is enfeebled, it is invigorated and sustained. SYMPTOMS OF BILIO...
A Great Scheme. AN INTERESTING PAPER. CANAL COMMUNICATION BETWEEN QUEENSLAND AND S. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
A Great Scheme. INTERESTING PAPEE. -CANAL COMHUNIC \TION BE TWmSf QUEENSLAND AITD 8. ! ; AUSTRALIA. Thq continued drought ia the Ear West brings to oar recolleetioa a scheme which many years ago was elaborated by the then Cemmisaioner for Crown Lands, Sir. G. C. Watson, for supplying that portion of the country lying sooth of Springsare aad east of Charlevflle as far as Dalby with a system of navigable canals communicating with the Condamine, Balonne, Darling, and Murray rivera, thus placing some of the inland town J in direct communication with the sea at Adelaide. It would ap pear that there is actaally very little in the way of engineering difficulties to be aneountered in the work, which, if we recollect rightly, Mr. Watson set down to coat about a million pounds. The ad vantages he claimed for his proposal ware not alone those arising from cheap water carriage, bat the great possibilities of a stream of water so many miles in leagth, and never drying op, as so many of the river...
Water Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Water Board. A meeting of the Water Anthoritjr; Was thdQ held, the same al lerriieu - pro sent. Minuter. The minatea of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. . Correspondence Inward-From St. George StanJari, asking-if Charleviile bore water is drink able and if bote is a " white elephant.*' Outward-To St. George Standard, stating that water was drinkable bat not recommended far constant use and bore was not by any means a " white ele phant.**. Accounts. Account? to the amoant of £7/18/4 were passed for payment and the meeting adjoarted with the asnal vote of thanks to the!Majar.
Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Municipal Council* SPECIAL MEETING. A aptetai meeting of the Cnarlerille Manictp«l Coaacil irts held on Wednes- I day evening last to formally pass a pro posed by-law relating to firearms. I There wera present: Aldermen G. Barber (Mayor), W. Q. Billington, G. T, Smith, D. E. Eapie, and 0. Arnold. The bylaw in brief prohibits any person discharging a firearm within a radios of one mite of the post office. The wax pumam penalty for a breach of the bjlair waa fixed at £20. The motion was puttied "and the meeting terminated. Council was held.. ORDINARY MEETING. The ordinary meeting of tha Council wu then Iteld. Minotes. The minutes of the previous ordinary meeting vera read and confirmed. Correspondence. Included in the correspondence.vvire "Uie following letters: Inward-From the Home Secretary's Department, noti lying approval of new bylaw re goat yokes. From the Anstralian Acetylene Gas Company re lighting of town with acetylene gas. Outward- To Messrs. 8mellie & Co., ordering...
Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Bints to Selectors. The several modes in wlilch land may be acqnired ate (1) by Agricultural Selection, i.e., Agricultural Farms and Agricultural Homesteads ; (2) Grazing Selections, i.e., Grazing Farms and Grazing Homesteads ; (.3) Scrub Selec tions ; and (4) Unconditional Selections Except in the case of Scrub Selections and Unconditional Selections, no person who is not a British subject by birth or naturalisation, or who is under the age of 16 years, or who seeks to acquire the land as the agent or servant or trustee of another, will be allowed to select. A married woman is not competent to select an Agricultural Homestead or a Grazing Homestead, unless the disqual ification is removed by' the Land Couri in the case of a married woman who liu. obtained an order for judicial separatim. or an order protecting her separate pro perty, or who is living apart from lier husband. Applications for selections must be made in the prescribed form, in tripli cate, and be lodged with the Land...
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Stock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and other tfishing to publish reports of stock sales, stock itiavemen's, and rainfalls, which lwe taken |)laocs in tlioir respoctiire district, in this column, will Icindle forward the information so as to rerch th-a office not; 'utor than Friday utorninsr, in order to ensure it3 publication in the following day's issue. Times Office, Friday. On Sun-lay afternoon black clouds gathered in the north-east and soon after dark heavy rain began to fall and continued till daylight next morning. Since then the days have been warm and we are in hopes that the w'ntor vrill not set io before another shower or two fall*. The rain did not extend any great distance, but in some p'acea it was particularly heavy, notably Tampoon and Bulgroo. Ch« following are the returns to hand : Oharleville, 1"16 Thargomi n«iaf>, 0*04 Wyandra, 0*94 Adavale, 0*54 Augathella 1*10 Tambo, 0*23 Blackall, 0*77 Windorah, 1*09 Jucdah, 2*10 Isisford,054 Morven, 0*90 Mitche...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Original Poetry. WHAT THAT STILL SMALL VOICE SAID TO THE SWlSHST" By os8 who has " bean there." (Written for the CharteiiMe Times.) How that your spree is all over, Jfour money and credit ace dons, You fcavo tim» to reflx-fc sad recover. As yon sweat with yoar swag m the sun. When you cams to the town, you had money Yon had twenty pounds clear from yoar - job, And now in one week-(ain't it fanny) Yoar name is not good for a bob. Tour name had ,;a handle"-'twas "Mlflter," By the barmaid, when to yon she spoke, Ton " spooned," bought her presents and kissed her, Yon axe only known nowas " old bloke." Every man thit yon met seemed brother, Their friendship seemed kindly and real Whilst you " ehontad" and cried "havo. .another " Now there's not one would give you a meal. Now, remorse has your thoughts in its keeping All blone on the dresty boah track, As you sowed-so you now have the reaping*-. Not a cent, -with a swag on your back That lump In man's stomach whirh makes him irritaS.ls a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
READ WHAT VITADATIO IS DOING. A Vietoiy from Junee 30 Years a Sufferer. VITADATIO CURED HIM. Mr. S. A. PALMER, Sydney. Dear Sir,-It is now close on 30 yeara s.nce I had the first attack of a cold, which has troubled me con tinuously. At first the cough was very alight, and, as most people thoughtlessly do, I did not take any particular care of myst 1*, thinking «hi> cough woulii soon leave me. I was then about 14 t. in veighfi; bu T began to get much wort-e, and in spite of medical attendance, I scon tound the cold had such a revere bold on me that nothing apparently did me any good. For years I tried many of the advertised reine-lies, but they al! failed to eure me. The cough increased, and before I conld la" down in bed at night I would be seized with a fit of coughing, which frequently lasted an hour, daring which time 1 mould ex pectorate a great quantity of phlegm. I lost flesh rapidly and my clothes were simply hanging on »O0 like bags. However, a short time ago, I com menc...
Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent.] BRISBANE, 16th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Our Brisbane Letter. £From Oar Own CorretpdnientJ. BRISBANE, 16th April. The great locil event of the weefr has been the dolorous one of- the death of t he Minister For Agriculture. K"ot of; en does o«e so well beloved and umVersr-ily esteemed die in the Ministry, or outside j it, for that matter. It is safe to say that J not a ha man being who knew Mr. j Chataway did not grieve For his untimely . end. That end once more advises us Bow difficult it is to predicate of the lifa or death of men. Little over one year ago, we might have fonnd one repre sentative of Mackay doing the work «f . the other by reason of that other's seri ous illness. At that time anyone would , be sure that the man in robust health vronl^long ontlive tho other. Yet now we find the man who was in robust health little over a year ago, in his grave, while the man wh» seemed to hare one foot in thm grave then, is doing liis work. " Strange mutability oF all things ! T as the poet says. Mr. Dnl lymple has taken up ...
Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible is any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR. A Cry for the Producer. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Correspondence. _ VP* do nothold ourselves responsible it* any long for the opinions expressed or statements madebgottr correspondents. To THE EDITOR. A Cry for the Producer. Sir,-Anyone travelling through out Sbw South Wales and Queens land during thp j>aat ten " years cannot fail to ne how the country has'b«en ruined by bad legislation and idiole democratic ideac. In the past, oni could see limiting and prosperous homestead*, and find families on nearly every property; now one rarely finds families outside the back townships. Every year this has got worse and worse, and the result is that ruin stares many of the up-country towns in the .face. The general public believe that the trouble is caused by drought, rabbits, apd low prices for produce. All these certainly are factors, but they would be ?ery maoh lessened if the legislation of the country bad been ran on business liset, rather than on lines which enable . ctrtain party to keep into office for the time being by pandering ...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Current; Events. RAIN Fxpscteii.-Mr. Wrag:;t» in his latest fii**mst i-Isewhure gives &lt;13 hopo of more tain in tht> cuntral and soath-weat. Let it all c»me. Posrt OFFICC LAMP.- It is gintifyingtj*. note that the mnch-needeil lamojjl-HJDe erected at the post office. --TIIo postal authorities aro to provide tho lamp and the Mnn>ci:v«' Council is to see chat it is lit Hverjr niff! t. PttBSllEtt's ItKxurtJJ-A private* cable gram li i« been received .from the Premier announcing his departure from Capetown. Mr. Pliilp oxpocts to reach Melbourne by Mav 10. Mr. Philp will arrive the day after the opening of tho Federal Parlia ment. and will lie in Briabinc for the reception «".f the royal vi.-itore. Mrs. Philp will ,tie&lt;'t lier husband in Melbourne. Otra CEMETERY.-Soma weeks agi» wr dre»- ait-mi»n to the disgraceful state of th«* Charh-ville cemetery and the fn~t that the truatiM'S had over £190 to their credit in t\;e bank, for which they wen* not ge"tiii!i on&a...
LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. South Africa. Queanslanders Mentioned. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
South Africa, Queanslanders Mentioned London, Thnrstlav. Lord Roberts has mentioned in despatches for meritorious condncr on t!te Geld the following Qneens Innders :--Colonel Ricurdo, Majors Deacon, Spencer-Browne^Chaavel, Sellheim, Tnnbriilge, Captains Dnka, Gordon, Reid, Lieatenact Glasgow, Sergeant-major Coouey. Mounted Infantry Sergeant-major? Loynes -and Gill, Quartermaster sergeant Wright, Corporals Harris nnd Davidson, Lance-corporal Trickett, Privates Keogh, Barnes, Clarke, Hntchinson, Lneas, and Trumpeter Forbes.