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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901

CHAPMAN & COY THE FIRST IMPRESSION Made by oar Autumn and Winter Goods is one of lusting pleasure. Tho entire offering is of a character and style to interest every woman. TORCHON LACE AND INSERTION. REMARKABLE VALUES. You cannot afford to wait. They are on Sale " now." The will be gone later. DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK RIBB0N. A novelty-Portrait of the Duke and Duchess worked in the ribbon-an ideal emblem of loyalty. CAPES, JACKETS, & MANTLES. LUXURIOUS COLLECTION. These magnificent productions of Paris experts are richly trimmed or elabor ately braided ; almost every one is unique, and the highest type of its kind. BLOUSES RECENTLY ARRIVED. Some especially attractive ones amongst these charming creations. Delicate colouring for evening wear. Numerous other lots for all times. FASHIONS IN MILLINERY. The Millinery Department on the first floor show the most elegant pieces of head wear that we can fetch from abroad. IMPORTANT ARRIVAL OF TRUNKS, BAGS, &c., &a...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
It is Breakfast Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901

It ia Breakfast Time. «Don't want any." " It's time to go to , work." " Leave me alone." There you am, limp as a ias, King in I'd. wlitn Ihere'si good, co!d caah waiting for joa afc yonr work. But yonr head ia heavy, yonr cy< UJb are lead. Y-.inr tMigne tastes bad, and you don't care. it's liver-liver-liver, and stomach-stomach-staimch. You don't know it, bnt it's eo. Thuro is just one remedy that will put vim in you, by giving yon clean bowe?«, a healthy stOTooi, a lively liver, and bloid that in rich 211 <1 led, and don't stagnate. It ia Dr. Mora's Indian Root Pilli. They put an appetite ia yoar stomach, a move in y> =r luw-ls, l.to in_ yonr liver. _atul t'at thirg th 1' ~~ ^ I)".Morse's Indian Uoofc Pills ira a pcrfecc bioo.l puri(i*T,azi<l a posi tive euro for Bili IN*NKM, C m"<?lpaeiou, ffeaA S.il:'»w ; Liver and Ivi-luey JYouUor, Pilis, . lfciilxand KUjtches, ind f'T Femal' A Ira SoLJ l>y chemists ind *to-«i5?e*p' 'r. pilot: In...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 April 1901

BIRTH. GARTSIDE.-On the 20th April, at her residence, Laidley, Frances Alice, the beloved wife of T. H. Gartside, of a son. DEATH. GARTSIDE.-On the 20th instant, at Laidley, Frances Alice, dearly-beloved wife of T. H. Gartside.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

^ fflffttflggS :HBW W¥ER PIW»$ *-'? extraordinary conr ^ ftjnft&j&of concentrated medicine. Th 5grton»' «I Scioncar- Kloct no Telegraph^ JPtmtinp- revolutiomwd the jjatam of the globe, and made and.batter. 8>» although ?fjMi* ara countless Pill* need for dwG*®®» <Mi-eifl2ajinir racoh as to their merit, the jS885$»»»^ of Dr.Hayd^haB etfliMed theo oil* and has founded a system Jh» Doctors. whose vast doses of four | «CMC4&ja' nilla oaSseble &e etomaoh Md . £&» bowels. n?®8t,.. .8"? zaaa g^atcree health and or.a or" two Of bia estaaor Sffi^TefleSabla 311a. Oneor two of xv txxigs Ksw lives pn^ to-?alaca 4ia stomach m perfect V-Arf^.'-eieatea sa appetite, and ^F811, 61® *rlTii> Trhfr?''--'ngfrt rm^ bnoyaat. 12 tiio liver '"-BMrawted,«» "Ionctio]i3 are restored, and pftrroca SyatsiftW enfeebled, it is ^^Ibe ^itieoS eosaplaiaa of a fullness of twwala by winS. weariness, <deepiness after "i, A *p -month. and furred £. f5®ca...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BRISBANE DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

HOUSE OF REPRE SENTATIVES. BRISBANE DIVISION. T. MACDONALD-PATERSON (elected). DARLING DOWNS DIVISION. W. H. GROOM (elected). MORETON DIVISION". JAMES WILKINSON (elected). OXLEY DIVISION. RICHARD EDWARDS (elected). WIDE BATTDIVISION, A. FIS8ER (elected). CAPRICOBMA DIVISION. A. PATERSQIT (elected). HERBERT DIVISION. F. W. BAMFORD (elected). KENNEDY DIVISION. O. M'DONALD (elected}. MABANOA DIVISION. JAMES PAGE (elected). The formal declaration of the poll for the Maranoa Federal district was made on Saturday afternoon last by the re turning-officer (Mr J. Vivian-Williams). Mr. J. Page, the newly-elected member, waB present and thanked those who had worked for him daring the elections. Mr. J. F. F. Lockett, on behalf of Mr. Banning, thanked those wbo had worked For that gentleman. On Monday last Mr. Page left by the mail train for Brisbane.

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Federal Elections. FINAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Federal Elections. PINAL RETURNS. Tho last of tliQ returns for the Federal Senate have been received, and tho fol lowing are the final figures: THE SENATE. DAWSON ... ... 29,489 HIuGS 29,346 DRAKE 26,700 STEWART 23,865 FERGUSON ... - ... 553,233 GLASSEY 22,737 THYNNE 22,107 BARTHOLOMEW ... 20,710 HAMILTON 18,530 COWLEY 18,472 PLANT * - 17,135 MURRAY-PRIOR ... 12,399 HOOLAN ... ... 7,463 SEYMOUR 4,995 AHEARNE 4,542 BUZACOTT 2,757 (Complete).

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Water Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Water Board. A. meeting of the Charleville Water Authority was then held, the same aldermen being present. Mitmtep. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. Inward.-From Water Supply De partment, re loan. Outward-To Water Supply Department, asking - them to close loan. Report. The clerk's financial stated showed a credit balance of £202 18s Id. Account?. ! Accounts to the amount: o£ I 6s lOd were passed fr>» ^ [ bio"*- .... jayraent and the .-w>.iug adjourned with the asaal rote of thanks to the 31 ay or. Wade's Worm Pig" arc most fff'Hitre. Children thrive after taking them. Price Is

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Stock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, a nd other wishing to publish reports of stock gales, Mock oiovamsuta, and rainfalls, which have taken placss in thoir respective district, in this co3umn, trill tiindly forward the information oo 33 to rsrsb tiiia office not later than Frilay tsomiajj, in order to ensure its publication In 6ho following day'o issuo. Times Office, Friday. Tbe following are the stock trackings for tho weak: Thursday-12 cattle, Balby to Cfaarleville ; Friday-504 catt!e, Tenlba to Cunnamulla, on ac count Tardy and. Ravenscroft ; 5,400 sheep, Jondaryan to Cunnamolla, on account Thnrnlgoona ; Sunday next 13C0 rams, Dalby to Charleville, on' ac count Bank of New Soath Wales; i Tuesday next-1800 sheep, Yeulba to Cannamalla, on account Tardy and Ravenscroft. | BIDDEN HAH STATION, 24th April. Just a note to say I had 220 points on nigHt of 20th (Saturday). The Nive | river has been running since Saturday night. Tt ran a banker on Monday and | is still rnuuing sl...

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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

ORDINARY MEETING. The ordinary fortnightly meeting was then held, the same aldermen being present. MINUTES. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Inward.-From Messrs. Smellie & Co., re dies for goat collars. From Mr. Or. W. Bell re Divisional Board Pad dock. From Mr. F. Seaman, offering to erect new pumping plant in Divi* sional Board Paddock. From Charle ville Handball Clnb, asking for grant of land on the "island," Charleville. Ontward.-To Messrs. Smellie & Co., re dies. To Commissioner for Health re health certificates. Correspondence Dealt With. Alderman Armstrong proposed, " That Mr. F. Seaman's offer be hold over for fntnre consideration." Seconded by Alderman Arnold and carried. On the motion of Alderman Arm strong, seconded by Alderman Espie, the application of the Charleville Hand ball Clnb was granted, the site of same to be left in the hands of tha Mayor, i Reports. The report of the inspector of nais ances was read....

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WHO SAMUEL BYRNES IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

WHO SAMU£L BYRNES IS- 1 The writer is glad to take tbe hand of Mr. Samuel Byrnes and give it a hearty squeese. That, tie are parted 'for the ; moment by ten thousand miles of sea ! water doesn't count. May yonlire right ! along nnd prosper, Mr. Byrnes. In this grumbling old world, mora fall of aches and p&ina than an American water-melon is of black seeds, it is jolly to hear a man aing out, " I mm firxt alan entry way; and ax Jar my health it couldn't be better. This is great, especially when we un derstand what went before it. For several years Mr. Byrnes was in bad form. Dyspepsia it was, and a very nasty variety of that abominable com plaint. He got but 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 W was to do. They agreed on the main point, and they were right. Indigestion, liver dis order, and the nerve »n>ulj'*s which arc thrown in as 'nak'*-weights-the doc tins said these thiug- got rid...

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Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. A. special meeting of the Charlevilk Manicipal Council was liel-1 on Wed nesday evening last to formally pass the proposed new by-law relating to firearms. There were present, ALlerunen G. Barber (Mayor), W. G. Billington, J. Armstrong, G. T. Smith, D. E- Eapie, and C. Arnold. The by-law was formally passed and the meeting ter minated.

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A Village Blacksmith [?]ved His Little Son's Life [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

ITOIafa Blaoksmltb 'aval His Uttl Son's U& Mr. H. EL B'acfc. the well-known vil la^e blacksmith at Grahatnsville, Sullivan Co., N. Y., says: "Onr little son, fiv« years old, his always been subject cronp, and S'»b*d have the attacks been that we hive fiwn'1 mmy times' that h* W.IIIIJ d>. W j have hail the doct>>r an>l nsfld many medicines, bat Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is now oar sole reliance. It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving fre* quent doses when tha croapy symptoms appear we have fonnd that the dreaded croap is cared before it gets settled." There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opiam or other injurious drag and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult. For sale by Fitz Waltec & Co. To XHK DEAF.-A rich lady, cored of her deafness aad noises in the head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drams, gave £6,000 to his Institute, so that deaf people uaablo to procure the ear drums may have them free. Add...

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A Great Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

? Great BMldaa. " I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Che lera and Diarrhoea Remedy and find it to be a great medicine," says Mr. E. S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. " It cured me of dysenterp. I cannot speak to highly of it." This remedy always wins the good opinion, if not praise, of thoao who oso it The quick cures which it effects even in the most severe cases make it a favonr!»° everywhere. For Bala *»« T"" ojiiz- Walter ! Voii can depend an rMtlir.-j cliiMran of | Worms with Wade's Wurm Figs, Price ls«.

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Current' Event[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Current' Event®* i mmsss SUNDAY SERVICES.-The ROT. R. intends holding wrice at AdavaJe day next, 12th May, and at Augathfffl|g||j|j Sunday, 19th May. Services to98^Hs|| mence at 11 a-m. aud 7-30 i».«u. ^fiBa||s RECEPTION OF DDKE AUD DUCHESS oPi YORK.-It ia stated on goo I xnthority that a writ baa been issued against the Brisbane Municipal Council 'to restrain theui from seeding the £4000 (recently agreed npon "By them) on the occasion or the visit .of the Dake and Dnche&s of York to Bris bane. A well-known firm of solicitors has taken' the matter np. CHBAFEXCUBSIOSS.-Thw advertisement re excursion fares to Brisbane for the Dake and Duchess of Tork celebrations appears in another colnmn. The fares are the same as at ordinary show time-40/ firat-class return and 25/. second-class re turn. The first day of the cheap feres is Thursday, 16th May. MITCHELL RABBIT BOARD. -Friday (yes terday) was nomination day in connection with the Mitchell Rabbit Board. The retiring members were...

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London Wool Sales. (From Our Special Corrotspondent). INCREASED COMPETITION AND VALUES HIGHER. London, March 22nd, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

iioadon Wool Safes. (From Our Special Corrotspondoafc). INCREASED COMPETITION AND VALUES HIGHER. London, March 22nd, 1901. Qnite lively times has been the order of the day in Coleman Street Wool Exchange this week, and best of all it has not all ended in " wind," bat something more tang ible and solid has resulted, resales of sach a natnre that to growers it means real good. Since Tuesday the Bpirit displayed has savonred more the times we saw in 1899, every section of the trade eagerly antici pating in the biddings." Towards the close of last week things were undoubtedly hardening,-more buyers were on the spot, and these in creasing in nnniber; with the open ing 01 the preseut week saw a dis tinct atlvauci registered. -* Thronghout this week it has been one ot continnal "fire" for alt wools of a good, sonnd, useful natnre, merinos participating to the full. Both in grease and sconred all sec tions of the trade have shown great easrerness to be having hold of wool bnf the chief even...

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Boars in Caps Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Eoars in Caps Colony. It is stated that Commandant Krnitzinger has recrossed the Orange River and alight encounters are occurring daily.

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A CHAPTER ON THE LIVER. HOW IT GOVERNS OUR HEALT. IMPORTANT TO CHARLEVILLE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

^ .ft CHAPTER ON THE LIVER HOW IT .GOVERNS OUR ^ HE ALT. IMPORTANT TO CH ARLEVIL LE PEOPLE. The principal duties of the liver are to cleanse the blood and to^furnish a fluid called bile for the proper di gestion ;of food. The duct or pipe leading from the liver to the stomach sometimes becomes clogged, and the free passage of tho bile is thus pro ve ated. When that happens the b io is forced back into the gall bladder which overflows, and thus it is carried jnto the wrong channel; this sta:e^is called " biliousness." Many and varied are tho effects of a disordered JivQT. The tongue is often coated with a white or yellew matter - there is a difScnlty in breathing ; there is aloo a fcightaeaajicroaa the chest; "the saSarerio given to faintneBS and Bigh jng ; paina are fait in various Jparts of the body ; the stomach and bowels ljecons«* inSaaied-; the iaca is Sashed ; and there za sometimes a dry cough. The appetit a is irrsgnlar, and as a rule piraplsi, boil23 and itching are eatel J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

The Club Hotel, Cunnamolla. " 53S 533M233 HOUSE WEST OP THE' METBQPOLIS .. (fcyagtor AgaaiBracdattoa for all CTmn. Private Snlteafor Familiw. Separata Tables. jM*ltet&Sistf»S3o&5ag. Saadiog, and Writing Booma. Snparior Billiard Table and Hair 0aMfa$ Solees oa eke Promises. Sola dp>nta, Cnnnamnlla Sontli-Wo«t. for Sprocer & _ . .0ti.Ss!Uto& SSadss*. Cbciea Indian Cigar*. ^Tbolraale Ptioa lilt, from 14/6 per 100 ;~and &» & S.C.Hi Co. {Limited, Edinburgh (the larj^rt distillexa is the world), for tbe Top ttlKSI ** Hisausro Kscua '' B KISXT, guaranteed to be matured in bond in wood if tesao? ahipaont. . ... *. The Clnt> " ia illuminated throughout with Acetylene W9S. . Wtsri 3fcd 3oar is drawn through Bpeoial refriger»tinfc chambers^ cool and freah. S*£to Spa Watu. Tha Vasy Choicest Liquors Stocked. Wholesale Wine and Spina I ~SMh Sfead Caam a Speciality. " Tha Club " Ho. 1 Special Mixed Caes Wines and Spiritt m- ?»» 3*Mta ortfiy tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

s J? H. L9 ESTRANGE, Saoeeiscsr to Da Krwr.Tvr Goraer of Galatea and WflJi Streets. Hours of Con»nlta«oii t-d a"T* 3 pmtoSpA. P. Jtf. j^ELL, - Solicitor, - - {vksrfiBQAABI)I been purchased by us, and £$V2si*4i#t J»7 strict .sad careful otiealion to 3jiJ^'£» ".o rserii ';6a continuance of tie cnijjport si iir- ^iielioa'a eon&titaeats. ' 3. J. CASTES & CO. i J bsj co notify sis Publto Sliat I hare told aijai/'oTwardiassad Cannriisaion Agency j 2hi!2«» lately catr.ed 03 by me to &LE83S8. 3. JT. CASTiiK & CO., Charloville. While iiiaScs^ mj constituents lor their - pmat zappsrt,-! wonid aStbe same time »»k them to Ssadlj favour S1SSSBS, H. J. CABTJKit A CO., la tio future. 1*. J. "V7S3XSSGAABD NIELSES. STO MOSS Wallabies OP Kangaroos A3TE?. FENCING "WITH S9LGNiAL-?^AD£ WSBE NETTINB MAITOFACTliaED BT Lysagkt Bros. & C3o-> Ltd OFFICES: 214 Qaeea-Streefc 3 B I S Sfc JITEEP-0 WNERS requiring Good Mnlga 3 Country with abundance of Watei ?would do we...

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Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

. - ??^^WMOuas Forecast Brisbane, Friday. ~!=- . Farther rain, chiefly in southern eo«ct districts, with south-easterly to easterly equalls; raia may over bp' the coast range bat generally lair fa1*"** ; a fine weather wave trill shortly approach the coast ; ?Mt«?lies to south-easterlies in in terior. CLEMENT L. WRAGGE, Govt. Meteorologiafc S«VU Siwt aTxoublaiont# Corn. To semo7a a troublesome com or fcanion ; Slrst saalc the com or bunion in vara water to soften it, then pare it town m closely as possible without jMwfag. blood and apply Chamberlain's Na Balm twice daily; rubbing vigorously ft*£». minutes at each application. A .?en 5Utter should be worn for a few <§»y», to protect it from the shee. As a graezal liniment for sprains, hrnises, anenMiMid rhoamitiauj, P.i<> Btlui is tnaqaaled. Ft «4- bp F s-W»uir & <5?

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