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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Okartovlllo Band Court. MTnjfGS FOR 1901 JHfcy HajlO June 7 JulyS Augatt 9 Septembers October 4 STovember 8 Deeembr 6

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland Revenue. LARGE DECREASE. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Queensland Revenue. LARGE DECREASE. Brisbane, Friday. The total revenue of Queensland for Che month of April was 299,928; a decrease of £61,509 cotnpaied with April of last year.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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West Australian Governor. SIR ARTHUR LAWLEY. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

West Australian Governor. SIB ARTHUR LAWLET. Pertb, Friilar. 8ir Arthnr Lawley the new Governor of Vnt Australia, was sworn in on Weduesday and left for Melbourne yesterday. *

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

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Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Oun Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 30th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Our Brisbane Letter. J '. 1 £ From Oar Own CorrespondentJ. BRISBANE, 30th April. Time as of old, is on the wing, as £ am reminded that this is the last day of the first April of the new century, and to-morrow will begin the month which is to be fall of many events of angary as to the future. We shall see, for one thing, how the Commonwealth Parlia ment shapes-cot that we expect any great deal from it ourselves, utterly mis represented as we are there; bat this' state of things may be altered for the better yet. It remains for the people of Queensland to alter them. If they do not choose to do so, then they can blame nobody for what may take place. One of these things is the almost immediate destruction of one of the great industries of the country-one sf the indastries which continued to flourish when the principal one waa cut down by more than one half, and the ruin was, communi cating itself to the revenue, converting the ordinary sarplus into & deficit of portentious dime...

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Precautions in Brisbane. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Precautions in Brisbane. Brisbane. Friday. The police in Qaecnpland will take tpeeial precautions for the safety of the Doke and Dacliess of Yo k daring their visit to Brisbane and all suspicious per sons will be watched.

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

off satisfactorily. It is anticipated that no hitch will occur on Monday, the date of the reception. On holidays two par 1 ties of man or boys will frequently get hold of / tha opposite ends of a rope and pall on it, as a teat of the strength of the two parties. They call it a tug-of Many a hard-working man sad woman in each day's toil is palling s tag of-war, with deith for an antagonist. They fail to take prnpr care of their health. When they saner from indigestion or a ?light bilioasgjitt-ick they "wear it oat" After a while these disorders weir oat the reckless man or woman, and the result is ?ome serious disease develops. Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills is a medicine that finds Eta way to every part. They commence at the foundati in of the disease - they get at the cause. They make the appetite healthy, the digestion perfect, the liver active, and the blood pare. TALKS F*om EXPERIENCE.-Mr. T. J. Snmmras, Wangarrata, Vic., says:-" For die past twelve months I have suffered from Im...

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Coal Export Duty. STRIKE THREATENED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Coal Export Duty. STRIKE THREATENED. London^ Thursday. The Miners* Federation of Great Britain favonr a general strike if the coal export dnty is approved. The threat is strongly resented by the House of Commons.

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Boers Routed. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

Boers. Boated. Major-General Greniell attacked the Boers near Hacsnersberg, iacin the Boers* fire. The enemy's lost "Long Tom opened fire at 10,000 yards but as Kitchener's fighting scoots ad vanced rapidly to mthia 3000 yards the Boers exploded their gaa aad fled. < Six Boera were captnred, 10 wonnded, and 60 surrendered; 30,000 rounds of ammanition were also captnred- The British lost 4 billed and 7f,wounded.

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

Kf the land ;s open lor Uraz xion, to an application tor it as _ Homestead as against an np lor it as a Grazing Farm. ?fifrity among simultaneous applica - I tions tor the same land by the same jmode ot selection is determined by lot. innless m the case of simultaneous appli ations tor the same land as a Grazing Selection or an Unconditional Selection, rental is tendered than that ociaiuied. In that event the highest ider secures priority. When an application has been accepted by the Land Commissioner and approved by the Court, and the applicant has paid for any improvements that may be on the land, he becomes entitled to receive a license to occupy the land in the case oE an Agricultural Selection or a Graz ing Cielectios, or a lease in the case af i a Scrub Selection or an Unconditional Selection. Within six months after the issue of a license the selector mast com menc to occupy the land,and must there after continue to occupy it in the man ner prescribed. AGlilC U LT URAL SE LEC...

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Britain's Supremacy. [?]KS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 May 1901

daring the next few days. The visiting warships already make a fine' display. A dress relienrpni oF the carri*gee, horses, and postillions to l>s usc«l in »b* gWWafeSl W W& JNSHnUj *l*& ^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAVED BY A PALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

SAVED BY A PALING ; Mrs. F. L- Moot®, a lady maiding t with bar husband, at Charlotte Street, A Brisbane, thirty years of age, has ^ given the following particulars of a unique event, the truth of which is phnd beyond the shadow of doubt. " I am a native of England," said Mrs- Moore," but have been residing ia Queensland several years. Whilst in the old country, my blood became very thin and watery. Ou one occasion whilst walking along I suddently be tiasne faint, and would have fallen to tha ground had I not clutched hold of .f&aTpalings. Ab I grew worse a dis tinguished doctor was called in; after consultation and treatment he said I was going into consumption and would never be cured. Although all my food was peptonieed, I suffered tortures from indigestion, and ulti mately I became so weak and thin that life was a misery. I was ordered .fie the Welsh seaside for three months, but came back worse than ever. My face sometimes became gbaatly white, " and I could not walk ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

--i t ml l/'S «. >2. «*f tf? fl fc ?4 N & 0 h i? <1 W 0 % 1 to & <1 0 r» hi ft o o * M Inspect our Stock of JUST OPENED.

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Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 7th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Oar BrisbaneXetter, £From Oar Own Corresponde&tQ. BBISBASS, 7th.May* This is the day after the"greafc.event which has evoked so muct enthasiaam ia Melbourne, and we here in littleJBriss bane are regarding oar profligate-efforts with more complacency. Are we. alone j of the cities of the Commonwealth?, to make a little splash among-iso many big ones, to pose before the eyes of Royalty as a minnow among tritons? Perish the thought! Indeed we would not care so mach if even Bradford perished also. Certain ifc is that on the twen tieth the show part of Brisbane will be worth showing. Besides the arches, which although not-many are wonder fully select, there will be Veoetian masts at short intervals all the way along the route of procession and forests of palms. And all this without counting the blackfellows, the fpeciality of the whole ahowi ' It is only-Queensland who is jet able to " scare up atall crop ofn\rger8>" and she is tabingjsyery "Vantage of the fact, "Jhe I^^e^Snd ...

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A Great Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

5- A Great aCodlcOn*. "I have ~'used Chamberlaio'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy and find it to be a great medicine" says Mr. E. S. Phipps, of Pofcsau, Ark. "Iscuied ma of dyisenterp. I cannot apeak to highly of it." Thwremedy always -Wins the' good opinion, if not praise, of those .who use it. The quick cares which it effects even in the moat severe cases make it a favourite everywhere, For sale by Fitz-Walser & Oo. ' Half the fun of life is lost by many people through their neglect of Nature's most rigid laws. Nature in sists on regularity, i People who allow I the continuance of any'irregnlarity in their digestive or gan*-soon have to pay-the penalty. .Free and .regular movement 'of the bowels is the sorest sign.of goad health The first -question the doctor aa&s is, "Are your bowels regular?" If not, he gives something to make them so, and quite often that ia all he needs to do. Assist Jsstnr^occaaiaa ally in removing offending matter fcom the stomach and bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock and Station. Times Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Stock and Station. Timet Office, Friday. At the fourth wool sole of tho prejout aeaaon held in Brisbane on Friday, 3rd May, tho top price for scoured vr«' >1 was obtained for 5 bales of Hammond L> turns Qeece sold by the Australian Estate? and Mortgage Coy., Ltd., who report as fol lows :-In scoured we were successful in topping the market with 5 bales Ham mond Downs fleece, realising 16£d. This wool was scoured by Messrs. Arm atrong & Carter, at Charleville, and showed care in preparation, being of good quality and colour, free, and in bright condition. For 5 bales of pieces of this brand we made 15d. Messrs. Dalgety & Co. report the highest price realised by them was on account of C. D. E. Francis, Wallal, Charleville, viz-16£d for 1st and 2nd combing. This wool was scoured by Armstrong & Carter, Charleville, and was sound, bright, and well got up. 1st pieces brought 15£d. We are pleased to note the success of the woo! pconred by the Charleville bore ...

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READ WHAT VITADATIO IS DOING. Another Cancer Cure. 73 Years of Age. Doctors did Nothing. Vitadatio Cured Read what Mrs. Rose says. New Glenelg, 26th July, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

READ WHAT YITADATIO ; IS DOING. Another Cancer Cure. 73 Years of Aga. - Doctors did NotMng; Vitadatio Cured .. Read what Mrs. Rose says. New Glenelg, 26th July, 1900. Mr. S. A. PAMLER. Dear Sir,-I am pleased to say that I jliave tried your V1TADATIO, and have received great benefit from its use. Bam 73 years of nge. Two years ago I was suffering severe internal pains, and, seeking .medical., advice, was told -mine was fa base <>f cancer^ and was 'advised to go into the hospital for an operation which I did, bat my age being | so great, it was not thought advisable to do anything, so I left, feeling that I would not live many weeks. I was in a "very lowconditionfT T "cottld not? sweep" my room or do any of my usual work, andwasexpected by my neighbours to soon past away, when I was advised by a lady who had a relative cure of tumour, to try VITADATIO. I have done so, and I now feel as well as I did 10 yeara ago. I can do all my own home work. I can walk miles nowwhere I...

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WORE THEM OUT HERSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

WORE THEM OUT HERSELF- | There was a time when Mrs. Hayes considered herself to be what she calls " a gone woman." She actually di vided her clothes and other personal effects among the children. Thank goodness-bat here is the story, told in her own way; by all odds the best way. " Three years ago," she says," [ had dreadful pains across the left siJe of my stomach and nnder the shoulder blades. My left side swelled up fear fully. I was laid up weeks at a time, work being oat of the question. While these fits were on I could neither walk, .it, nor stand, with comfort. "I was really ashamed to let the neighbours see me crawling about ~r so I ppent most of my time lying down or leaning against something to 1 ease the dreadful pains. " I had been a hard working-woman all my life, but now I lost my strength and dreaded to eat anything, knowing the woef J suffering I was sure to ex perience afterwards; as if eating were somewhat a crime against the laws of nature. And at night I rolled a...

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Invested With Honors. SIR S. W. GRIFFITH AND Mr. BARTON. Melbourne, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Invested With Honors.' S. W. GRIFFITH AKD M BARTON. Melbourne, May 7. The weather continues fine for the royal festivities, bat black and gasty. i The Dake of Cornwall and- York, ! through Lord Hopetonn, has expressed his gratification at yesterday's reception of himself and Duchess. One of his first duties this morning was to invest Mr. Barton and Sir Samuel Griffith as Privy Councillors, Sir . John .Forrest aa G.C.M.G.,"Sir W.M'UillanandSir J. H. Symon as K.C.M.G.'s, Sir John Qaick as Knight Bachelor, and Messrs E. G. Blackuiore and Garran as C.M.G.V.

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London Wool Sales. (From Our Special Correspondent) A SPLENDID FINISH. London, March 29th, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

London Wool Sales. (FFOUX Our Special Correapondeat) A SPLENDID FINISH. _____ f London, March 2Dfch, 1901. The second series of Colonial Wool Sales closed on Wednesday with more than a usnally heavy cata logne, to which circumstance the fact of a numerous attendance of both home and foreign, bayers at the finish most in great part be at tribated. Great animation was shown to the end by every section of the trade, and the tone of the market was remarkably firm. A good selection in both grease and scoured, bat more particularly the former, had been brought forward, tor all of which been competition ensued between the home trade and the German, French, and Belgian sections, and late advanced rates were freely paid. America took a few super lots of grease, and tie home trade competed among thenr- i selves for two long striiigs ot Port j Phillip washed, but owing to ex cessive limits placed upon them a good many of the lot had to he taken in. For the same reason a few lots of super greas...

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