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WHO SAMUEL BYRNE IS [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

WHO SAMUEL BYRNE* IS The writer is glad to take the band of Mr. Samuel Byrnes an ! give it a hearty s=qneeze. That we are parted for the moment by ten thousand miles of lea water doesn't cotmt. May yoa lire right along and prosper, Mr. Byrnes. In this grumbling old world, more fall of aches and pains than an American water-melon is of black seeds, it is jolly to hear a man sing oat, " I mm firrt elass every way; mitts for my inlth it couldn't be better. This is great, especially when we un derstand what went before it. For several. years Mr. Byrnes waa in bad form. Dyspepsia it was, and a very nasty-, variety of that abominable com plaint. He got bat little sleep-so he writes-and was in pain most of the time. He called in the doctors, one after another, and asked them what *ie was to do. They agreed on the main point, and they were right. Indigestion, liver dis order, and the nerve troubles* which are thrown in as make-weights-the doc* tors said these things once got rid of, oar fri...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

The Club Hotel, C UNNAMUL 1 THE PBBMIBB HOUSE WEST OF THE METROPOLIS. Superior Aeoomnodation for all CIosmb. Private Suites for Families. Separate Tables. Jilwto iStting, 8mofcing. Beading, and Writing Rooms. Superior Billiard Table and Hair Biwnat Moan an th« 1"remise*. Sola Agents, CunnamnUa Sonlli-VVo^t. for Spencer & Cs^Xizaited. Sfadrs^. Choice Indian Cigar*. Wholesale Price List, from 14/(5 per 100 ; and lar lb J>.C lb Co. Limited, Edinburgh (the largest distillers in the world), for tho Top ^UUR «. HiaauiND Nkctab " u BISKS; guaranteed to be matured in bond in wood 15 w«W at time of shipment. ... " Tho Club" ia illuminated throuahout with Acetylene &H. West JEnd Beer i« drawn through special refrigerating chao ben>, cool and fresh. Sdiafcm Sp% Water. The Very Choicest Liquors ftucked Wh-»lt-a.»le Wine and Spirit lilt. Mised Case* a 3|iecialitv. '. Tho Club " No. 1 Special Mixed Ca?a Winea and Spirits .7/-. *Bna meats aver; train with Attendants Correspon...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

* CONTAINS All the Latest | TSEK8, BOIH LOCAL AND - FOBEIQW THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM . - .v-; £ ? BUSlXMB* StttlcM. OR. H. L'ESTRANGE, Successor to Dn Kisxaidv > Corner of Galatea and Wflla Streets. Hours of ConanltaMon 9 a-nu to 10 a.m; 2 p.m- to 5 p-zc, -tj.tn. to9 p-ra Jjr. J1!. j3ELL, - - Solicitor,, - - , C&ARLEVILLK. Tale of towers and Bobineon's, and o 1. j ' Bunton's, Brnfcane. j RILET BEOS. & CO. Stock, Station & Breeders Agents. . ! Sheep & Cattle Salesmen liONGBEACH, WINTON& BLACKALI. Public Notice. fWlHE rorwurdfaig and Ctoimnfwfnn Agency * Bnirnei*,. lately earned on in Coarle W ME- K. J. WESIEBOAA&D 3f DJI£EIT, has been bnrefcaaed by as, and ,Jw»trmtby strict and careful attention to BcnnaH to merit tha continuance of tie support of Mr. Sidxii'i constituents. H. J. OAETEB&CO. I beg to notify the Public that I have sold _ tbe Forwarding; and Commission Agency Badness lately carried on by too to JIKSSB&amp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

, Rifle Shooting. The following Fcrfres were made at practice on Saturday afternoon last: 800 500 Total W. Cutler. ... 33 32 65 ff. B. Mscttenaie 28 32 60 A. C.Webb ... 29 28 57 C. W. fiaroher... 29 2G 55 H. L'Estrange... 27 20 47 A. Richardson... 30 25 45 J.Taifc 20 22 42 J. McCarthy ... 2$ 18 41 C. Hooper, war., 2:5 13 86 G. Barber ... 16 4 20 D. Graham ... 13 5 18

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

CHuurleville Sand Court. SITTINGS FOR 1301 Triiisj May 10 Jane 7 July 5 August 9; September 9 October 4 Borember 8 Docembr 6

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

ONE WORK! (SUGAR-COATED/ W&mCK'S ]5BW IrI¥EI\ PIIiI^S Awor>derful -and extraordinary com tewtion of concentrated medicine. 3V Tictom of Science-Electric T.-le-»rat ?. . (team, and Printing- revolutionise! ~ V&olo - »ya'«m of tho globe. »nd mad mankind wiser and better. S», although An are countless Fill: used for disease, .ad claiming orach as to their merit, the ywiarfcaMe dixoivery of Dr. Qa\dock hue ; M&pMd them all, and has foui.ded a Sew Siedletil Use Doctors, who»» vast doses of fonr j er.fivs p'lls enfeeble the stomach, and yvalye* tha bowels. most give wayto a man who restcree health and appetite with one or two of his extraor dinary Vegetable Fills. One or two of D3L HAYDOOK'S NEW LEVER PILLS swovu to jplaca tha stomach in perfect . aider, creates an appetite, and renders 4b* apisit light and bnoyant. If the livvr U afJected, itf functions are restored. «n<i 12 tha Uervoua System £* enfoobled, it it invigorated and sustained. SYMPTOMS O...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Worker" Fallacies. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

"Worker" Fallacies. The following extracts in small type are From last week's " Worker." They are fair specimens of tho suppressio veri and suggestio falsi with which tlse *' official journal" of tho Trades Hall misleads its readers week after week. Our comments on the extracts are in larger print: THE MORETON ELECTION. A mombor of Ryotb-Miughm's committee writes:-" As an old worker in the came of (labour I feel suro had you known tho actual foots your ' Notebook * on tho ' Independent Cwdidate* wouH not him been printed, at least so far as W. Ryott-Maughan, ox-Labour M.L A., is concerned. Dir. Bluiighan did not run as an Independent Labour candidate, but as a straight-out Democrat. An alliance formed some months ago between Messrs. J. Wilkinson, T. B. Cnbb, 1I.L-A.. and J. C, Cribb, 1T.L. A., made it impossible for really straight-out anti-Uinnlerialiat: to support Wilkinson, who for the past fow jean has been wobbling badly. Xfrus the straight-out Demoiratswho ran Maui»han were ju...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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£600 Damages. WRONGFUL IMPRISONMENT. Hobart, Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

£60o Damages. WltONGFUL IMPRISONMENT. Hobart, Friday, In the Hobart Sap eme Conrt yesterday, Anthony Best secured a verdict of £600 for wrongful im prisonment and injnries inflicted by a policeman throwing him into a cell.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bubonic Plague. MORE CASES. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Bubonic Plague. MORE HASES. Brisbane, Fifthly*. A woman named Sarah Kinhsim, was fonnd p!agne-stricken last night, Perth, Friday. Another case of p!agne has occurred here, a daughter of the proprietor of the Coffee Palace being the victim.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bedourie Polling. FIVE VOTES POLLED. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Bedourie Polling. FIVE VOTES POLLED. Biisbune, Friday Actinz-serffeant Walsh sncceetlcd in reashin? Bedonrie and taking the poll on the 15th instant. Only five votes were poll-id. Walsh is to be rewarded.

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Schooner Wrecked. NEAR NOUMEA. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Schooner Wrecked. NEAR NOUMEA. Brisb.me, Friday. News has been received ot the wreck of the schooner Helena Nicholas near Nonr/jea on an an charted reef. The crew were all iSvndU

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Bendigo Miners. OBJECT TO BE SEARCHED. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Bendigo Miners. OBJECT TO BE SEARCHED. Melbonrne, Friday. The miners at the Clarence United mine, Bendigo, behaved riotously yesterday owin<r to a new regulation being pnt in force requir ing them to be searched before leaving the mine. Some of them,, however, agreed to be searched, bnt had to be escorted from the mine by the police who nsed I heir batons. Hooting and stone-throwing came from the crowd.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Blue Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

The Blue Book. The bine book recently issued shows that Sir A if red Milner on 6th' Febrnary last stated : " I foresee that the snbjngation of the euemy will be more difficult, harassing, and expensive than anticipated. It is nselesa denying that the preced ing half-year has been one of re trogression. Seven months ago the Cape was perfectly qniet, the sonth ern half of the-Orange Free State was rapidly settling, and a consider able portion of the Transvaal, not ably the sonth-west, appeared to be definitely reconciled. To-day the -cene is completely altered, the fighting is mostly to secare supplies . f which the country is almost de unded, and Lhe miscreants are wan tonly destroying theoutiyiug mines. Lord Roberta, in a brilliant dash, saved the fonndation of the Trans vaal's wealth, by bis seeing the ne cessity for concentrating his forces on the line between Pretoria and Koomatiport. In tne qniescent parts which have been left exposed the bnrghers who broke their oaths on the pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Leave of Absence for Milner [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Leave of Absence for Milner Sir Alfred Milner tas been granted six months' leave of absence.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ACTOR IN THE BACK BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

AN ACTOR IN THE BACK BLOCKS I "1 was travelling with Hayman's I Dramatic Co." said Sir. Augustus Leads aD actor whose sterling abilities bare won him the greatest applanse throughout the States, "and we decided aa au innovation to tour the back-blocks. Here we'bad to lire almost entirely on meat-neither vegetables nor fruit could be obtained "for love or money. This manner of living, combined with the hot climate, caused my b'ood to become poor ; my head began to ache and 1 grew ferer isb. Fains extended down my back and all over my body, and large aores broke eat on my bauds, arms and body. Even the sight of food made me sick. I sought medical advice and found I was suffering from Barcoo rot. Cooling medicines were pre scribed for me, hut I di J not recover. One Say I read that Dr. Williams* pink pills for pale people were bene ficial in cases of bio d disorder. After taking one box I felt better; as I con tinned with the pills, the pains left me, my appetite returned, and the sore...

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Mackay Election. POLLING DAY, 11th MAY. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Mackay Election. POLLING DAY, 11th MAY. Brisbane, Friday. A writ for the Mackay electorate has been issned. The dat» of nom ination is 13th April and polling day 11th May.

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Selectors' Bents. EXTENSION' OF TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Selectors' Bents. EXTENSION' OF TIME. We are informed that the Land Commissioner has received the fol lowing mamnran um from the Under Secreta.y For Public Lands : " In regard to selectors in tho Char leville district who ma; apply for con cessions respecting the payment oF rent dae on the 31»t ultimo, the Minister has decided that in the cases of selectors in the drought-stricken districts who were granted an exten sion of time For payment of the rent doe on the Slat March, 1900, tbey will get a farther extension of time for payment of that rent and also I an extension For rent doe on the 31st I ultimo- In both cases the extensions will be without the infliction of the nsual penalties and for twelve months I to 31st March, 1902, and no further proof of inability to pay will be re quired. In the case of those selectors who only owe rent for this year due on the 31st ultimo., no general de cision can be given, bat in all snch cases where the selectors are honajide unable to pay, they...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegrams. Fire at Ravanwood. Seven Buildings Destroyed. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Telegrams. Fire at Bavanwood. Seven Buildings Destroyed. Brisbane, Friday. A big fire occurred at Ravens wood yesterday morning, when a block of seven bnildings were des troyed.. inclnding the Imperial Hotel and Commercial Hotel.- Several other places were also ignited bat saved.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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SMALL DEBTS COURT 11th April. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

SMALL DEBTS COURT I lth April. Before theP-M It. Hennessey v G. Lysaght, refresh ; ippntnmi board nn<l lodging, £4/14/6; [ verdict for |>laintiB wish !>[- costs of

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legal Charleville Police Court Saturday, 13th April. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901

Legal GhaileviUe Police Coart Saturday, 13th April. Before the P.M. Stealinp.-John Borke. oa remand from 6th April, vcas again brought np on the charge of'stealing a cheqtie for £5 from W illiam Jones ab Beechal sta tion. William Jones,- a mnlga cotter on Beechal, gave evidence as to missing the cheque from hh Sfag and informing the manager that he suspected accused. Aiihur Whyley Morrab, bookkeeper on Beechal station, deposed as to Siting in a £5 clirqne for J-mes bat did not gice a £5 cheqae to nccased. On 25th March accnped said to witness," I want to >)e settleil np with." Witness re plied, " Yon had bettc-r wait until the morning/* Accascd paid, " I am very anxious to get awny tivnight as I am going to Wy.mJrn." Witness made oat acco=ed*8 account and drew a. cheqae for £14/14/3. About half-an-hour after wards accused vent in the direction of Mt. Alf'ed. Accased was then sentenced to six months' imprisonment in Homa gaol with hard labour. Tuesday, 16th April. Before the P.jST...

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