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A Young Man and His Wild Oats. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
ATonn? Slan and Hfls Wild Oats. There is a popalur notion abroad in the world that every man mnst at eome time in his life "sow his wild oats," as it is called, and the usual time is generally understood to be daring his young manhood days. To use a more popular phrase, he mast then "have his fling." He mast "gee the world," the reasoning goes on, in order that lie may hare a broader view of life. ID other words, to take tl>e veneer of these phrases and pat them into perfectly plain English, a yoang man is expected to soil his character; for that is after all what "sowing one's wild oats" really means ; it is nothing more nor less than the self degradation sof a young man. He mast be false to the teachings of his mother, false to his self respect, false to himself. No man has ever passed through a period of indiscreet living dnring his early manhood without regretting the memory of it in after years. Nor has any man by reason of "sowing wild oatsn known one iota more of life, ex ...
MAN'S IFE A PIANO. TO GET OUT OF TUNE JUST AS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
mm LIFE A PIANO TO Q-ET OUT OP TU^E JUST A3 A MUSIC All INSTRUMENT DOES. The full intensity of living is reacaed only by the perfectly healthj. Kck iioxa discounts the capacity ror enjoy ment. "When a piano is baily out of tune the noses that come from it are certainly not musical. IE it is only a little-bit ont of tnne yon can play some few things on it. Yon can create a semblance of music but yoa cannot really make beautiful, satisfying, soul stirring music unless every string is tease and firm, unless every place of a whole instrument is in perfect tune; in perfect condition, in perfect harmony with every other piece. It is the same with a human being. If his body is all out of order and run-down, he will not be able to enjoy anything, no matter boir full of enjoy ment it may be for other p -ople. If he is just a little bit out of order; if "he is not sick, but doesn't feel just right," he nill only la able to enjoy things in a half-hearted sort of way. The nearer he is to being ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 April 1901
Wanteds. Under this headinj* sixteen words will bo inserted once, 1/; three limes, 2/. WANTED KNOWN, that Babber Stamps of Fret-class quality can be obtained at the Times Office, Charlerille, YOUNG- Man seeks employment on station; trill do odd jobs; also teach small boys. J. Crawly, 02 Bradley street Spring Hill, Brisbane WANTED Apprentices and Improvers for dressmaking. Apply at once to Miss M A Mark*, Dressmaker, Alfred street. Impounding^. IMPOUNDED at Adavalo on 6th. in stant from Mi!o Station, by order of W. H. Colder, Esq. Driving 10a. per head. Chestnut Mere, blaz*, near bind foot white, GG2 over 797 near thigh, like 3 near cheek. Bay Gelding, W near neck. Bay Gelding, star, hind feet white, LEO over heart, diamond,' 2 neat shoulder, 7 near cheek, 2 near tbigb, 28 near neck. Sale day. it not released. 7th May. WALTER MARTIN, CHAPMAN & COT. THE FIRST IMPRESSION Made by our Antnmn and Winter Goods is one of lasting pleasure. The entira offering is of a character and st...
Deatk of Mrs. Gartside. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
a Deatk of Mrs. Gartside. Just before we went to press tlio Loclcifar Star caine to hand with the 1 Follirtvinif account; of Mrs. Gartsidc's death, referred to.hy^ns.inr anotljef : column :-? *'%JhaSK:a% ?4e On Saturday List "'at lliSO'ipm. the; dfcath was announced of Mis. T. H»s| Garisicli-. A ' child wag *bolra alioofr 4.:i0 that afternoon, nml death'ji which was qntt'ei"un«'xpoctffl3j£came aft a shock to the ' residents ofSthe towttt ' and district-, Siifc-"as thisii«iauglitete of Mr. G. H. WildTe, of CdMiamnlla^' and was not qnite two yoars married, being only 30 -years old. She was born in Hew Zealand, bat left that "Colony at a very enrly age. The child which was born Saturday is doing well. The funeral took place at 11 a.m. yes terday and was ex-cepttynally large, con sisting rtt'more tfTiin th§>tv buggies and amlpqnnliitumber of horifcmen, all the moitrcprfiSentativo and^jrominent per sons' of the town and Restrict accom panying fthe fnqeral IdP-the cemetery where thC'tt...
Spinisters' Ball at Morven. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
Spinisters' Ball at Morven. BY R. J. M'G. : THE spinisters oE Morvea and district rended their shackles on the 19th insK; bf giving the bachelors and bened'cta of Morven and district a ball jwhicb was ?adoabtly one of the best functions thiit has taken place in* Morven; For some considerable time. The working com mittee of the spinisters, which' consisted of the following:ladies, Misses Davis, Band, Cannon', Crook, and the energetic secretary Mis3 G. Davis, mast feel highly gratified at the success of their, endeavours. The town hall was a scene of quite a brilliant gathering for the occasion, the hall being artistically decorated with flags and evergreens for ?the: occasion. The music supplied by Miss G. Davis (piahoj, left nothing to be'Uesired. An excellent sapper was served at the private residence! of T. H. Davis and the dining room jvas quite a bower of greenery and flowers. The. floor of the hall was in excellent condi tion for dancing, the only tdrawbaclr' being that the nig...
Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 23rd April. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
Our Brisbane Letter. £ From Oar Own Correspondent], BRISBANE, 23rd .April. The ,city is in such a state; tliat we wo a til all like to leave it until the said state is over, and many of us cannot help envying Mr. Philp in South Africa or upon the high seas. Thtfcity is in a state of cleaning up-partly because of the visit of ^' plague, partly ;bceauae of the coming visit of Royalty. This placing of the two things in-'juxtapoBi .tion may not harmonise with the inward .and spiritualgrace, hut it docs Sufficiently with the outward and visible sign to make each a perfect nuisance. The big hotels are painting and decorating awav; for dear lift, while the carpenters ate busy with the erection of arches and the scavengers with the removal of filth. Yes, we have come to this at last, that is to say the local authoroties have come to it--not without'a fight for it, however, 'as yon may well believe. Nothing but the indomitable firmness of the Health Commissioner would have overcome the deter...
London Wool Sales. (From Our Special Corretspondcnt) OPENING OF SECOND SERIES. CROSSBREDS DECLINE. London, March 15th, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
London Wool Sales, j (From Oar Special Corretspondcat). OPENING* OF SECOND SERIES. CROSSBREDS DECLINE. London, March 15th, 1901. It looks but yesterday since wo vera engaged on a similar expedition . as this,- and to bo tramping agaiit London wool lofts after the short va cation of a month, has given the trade hardly time to breathe. Still, as the sales were drawu to begin again this week we had no other ai lernativo than to obey orden and once more centre attention and work; on" the; second Beries of Bales. A great deal of in terest; was centred in the opening, as the trade seems at last to have couio to the parting, of^the ways. If the trade can lift to-day the 218,000Jrales that '.are available;;then no feaclneed be 'feIt>over merino values for thia year tout. Everything seems to';$bntre to-. - "day around the ability of ;bnyers to ~ ,tackle tbe wool, for-it is well-known: ~that this is t&e time of the year when tbe trade is confronted with the heaviest surplus, and th...
Came Near Dying. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
Canxa Hear Dying. " For three days and niglits I stiff agony untold from an attack of cholera morb brought on by eating cucumbers," gays Mr E. JLowther, clerk of the district court Cuntesrville, Iowa. "I thought I shoald surely die, and tried a dozen different modioines but all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholero and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved I ma entirely. I went to sleep and did not airako for eight hours. On awakening a few bonrs ago I felt so gratified that the Msrt work I do on going to the office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and ofJe them my grateful thanks and say, ' blest you and the splrndid medicine make." This re»u«rty >» fur nl« Waiter 4,
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
$tock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and other vtishing to publish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which have taken places id their respective cistnot, in this : column, will kindl? forward the information so as to rerch th&lt;s office not later than Friday | morning, in order to ensure its publication in [ the following day's insue. Times Office, Friday. A grand rain fell'in the central and aoutb-weat districts on Saturday night last. About ten o'clock that even:ng clouds gathered np and sheet light ning was seen in the distance. It was after eleven o'clock, however, before the rain came down in anything' like quantity, hot when it did it continued al most withont ceasing throughout the night. Vivid flashes of lightning ac companied the rain. On Sunday morning the rain was very slight and by noon all the clouds had quite cleared. Matfy places received quite a nice fall, par ticularly the stations near Augathella, where over 3 inches fell, a...
The Charleville Cemetery. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
The Charleyille Cemetery. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-Whilst endorsing your remarks on the abore in your last issue, I wonld po:nfcoat to yon that at the last meeting of the committee three gentlemen were appointed with fall power to deal with the matter then and there. I, as chair* man, cannot therefore be charged with neglecting to remedy the existing state of affairs. I think yonr suggestion, ^ however, a good one and am placing ms resignation in the hands of the Hoc Secretary. Yours, &c., J. VIV AN-WILLIAMS,
AN IDEAL BEACKFACE RAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
AN IDEAL BbACKFACE RAM. His face mast be broad, and his jaw mast be deep, And square at the muzzle, and not come to a peak; His horns muet be light, eloping back past the crown, And his head mast be free from all tinges of brown. Slightly arched in the head, and Btrong in the neck, I»ow get on the ground, wide, and level the heck; And a point I count, on as one of the best To be wide through the heart, and Jeep in the chest, He must have strong legs, standing widely apart, To give room for bis lungs, and move ment of heart. His back must be short, and his quarters be long, With a tail well set in, not to dangle along. Broad on the shoulder, and deep in the thigh. Wide on the crown, and bright in the eye. With wool strong -and thick, waving down to the ground. Well covered with one class, the body all round. His ribs must be deep, and well arched round. And nu spots of black on his wool must to found. His hoofs must be large, and^ankles well baek, For to give him action which he must...
Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by our correspondents. THE DINGOE QUESTION. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
Correspondence. . We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expressed or statements made by oar correspondents. THE DINGOE QUES2I02T. To THE EDITOH. SIB,-lessees in this and districts are threatened with a pic ' ' almost as severeaatlieesisiia^clrci &lt; i in the shape of tha inflas or di&lt;,\ . from the outljring. draught dtyf 1 parts. These peata, if not ' >K f) taken inhand, will dencda £&« t ' ,,' \ of what few sheep are left. ,-?&lt; not our Marsupial Boards take action under the 23rd section of the Mar- f' sapial Boards Act, and onforca da- M strnctioD. -Tours, etc., GEO. QUAETER3I AN. Mount Alfred, Charier!lie. April 12th, 1901.
A DISAPPOINTED VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
A DISAPPOINTED VISITOR A particnlirly >ad case of dis appointment was that of Sirs. L. P. Moore, now residing at Charlotte Street, Brisbane, Bays a contribntrr. " It happened (she continues) before Mrs. Moore left England to settle ont here. She was then so weak that sh» conld not walk withont support. A a her health did not im prove the doctor was consul tad. andheaaid she was going into consum p - tjon, All her food had to he peptoniaed so severely shesufiered from indi and alio was bo thin and white that it seemed that she bad no blood at alL The doctor advised a change to the Welsh seaside. Mrs. Moore made the visit at considerable expense and Btayed there for three igonths, but the trip proved -alaelesa, and she came back greatly disappointed, and worse Mian ever. One day she happened to read ft testimonial concerning Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people, and she was BO impressed by its ap parent truthfulness that she obtained ft supply of this medicine. The first box be...
WHO SAMUEL BYRNES IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
WHO SAMUEL BYRNES IS. The writer is glad to take the hand of Mr. Sauanel Byrnes and give it a hearty qaeeze. That we are parted for the moment by tea thousand miles of sea water doesn't count. May you 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 Beeds, it ia jolly to hear a man sing ont, "X am first class eve'y way ; and as Jar my health it couldn't be better. This is great, especially when wo un derstand what wont before it. For several years Mr. Byrnes was in bad form. Dyspepsia it was, and a very nasty variety of that abominable c plaint. He got bnt little sleep-s writes-and was-iu : pain most of time. He called in the doctors, 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 off oar friend would be a...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
Current Events. POLICE COURT.-The only case dealt with at the Charleville Police Court during the past week was that of John M'KolI who pleaded guilty to drunkemuias and was fined 5s., in default six hours in the cell. DECtARAxrosf OF POLL.-The result of tha poll for the Maranoa district will be declared by the returning officer (Mr. J. Vivian-Williams) at 4 p.m. today (Satur day) at the Courthouse. Mr. Page is expeoted to be present at tho declaration. Pbxtt DEBTS COURT -At the Petty Debts Court on Thursday last G. J. Kitz-Walter sued J. J. Regan for goods sold, £24/3/5 ; there was no appearance of defendant, and a verdict was given for plaintiff with 5s coats oE court and £2 2s. professional costs. PROPOSED RACE Mkbtiso-There is much talk about town of a proposed race meeting in Charleville somewhat about June. It is a along time since snch an event occured here and there is little doubt that it would be a good succe3s if carried out. BAILIFF AND Poundkeepeb.-Applica tions are inv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
The Club Hotel, Onnamulla. TBS JBEME5R E0U8B WBST OF TBB METBOPOLIS ffuynicu. Aeootaraodatica for all CIiimm, !Prfrat» Saitcsfor Famflie*. Separata Xableo* Nnk Mliiig', Banbf. Beading, and Writing Booms. Superior Billiard Tablo and Hair* filTaoa on tho Pnoiin. Solo Agenta. Connamulla Sooth-Wast. for Spencer ft AlIwMi Vadras. Choioe Indian Cigut. Wlxj«nte Price lot, from 14/6 per 100; and fl» P-CX. Co. Limited, Edinburgh (the largest distiller* in the world), for tho Top " HMSStAKD JISCTJUI " V\ SIBKT, guaranteed to be matured in bond in wood IS MM at tins* of ohnatoL . . . ** The Club " is illuminated throughout with Acetylene . few. Weet Sod Seer is drawn through special refrigerating chambers, cool and fresh. ®oM»a Spa Water. The Voiy Choicest JLiquors Stocked. Wholesale Wine and Boirit V*. Sfised Caaea a Speciality. " The Club " So. 1 Special Mixed Case Winea and Spirits C/i TBna aoeta a-rsry train with Attendanta Correspondence invited. R. WAISH, PROPRIETOR Vk* g&nStaM o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901
CONTAINS j ALL the Latest " NEWS, BOIA LOCUII AND FORBHJK C - TEH? BEST ADVERTjSIM MEDJaWLja. Si* i -Vs . WESXQc7BBXHLAJf». Business Notices. DR. H. L'ESTRANGE, Successor to Db Kibkildt Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. Hours ot Conaulta^'on 9 ajn. to 10 a.m 2 p.m. toSpjr. _ "w,in.to9p-n>. p- F- P ELL, . - - Solicitor, - - GHARLEVILLE. I,xt» ofVowere and Eobineon'o, ami o X. Bun ton's, Brisbane. RILEY BROS. & CO. Stock, Station & Breeders' Agents. Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. LONGREACH, WIN TON & BLAOKALL Public Notice. fS"U£B Forwarding and Commitnon Agency I Rminew. lately earried on in Charle rfU.. by IS IT. J. WBOTS1UJAABD TTBISSS, has been pnrcha»ed by ns, ana wa trait by »bict and oarefol attention to Sciinaw t» merit the oontinuane* of the rapport of Mr- Nielsen's oonstrtnenU. H. J. OAKTEB & CO. I beg to notify the Publio that I have »oId the Iforw aiding and Commiaeioa Business lately carried on by me to SIEojJBo.. H. 3. f^RTBTR &...