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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Current Events. Drink Stewart's Grown Whisk aV", extra, special (case only), old mallow, tuo very beat imported.* REVISION COURT.-A revision court will be held at the Charleville Court on Tues day, 4th Jnne. , _ _ Ptrnutc HOLIDAYS.-The 6th and <th .Tuna next have been proclaimed public holidays at Augathella, the occasion being the winter meeting of the Upper Warrogo Race Club. TZNDEBS.--The Charleville Cemetery Trustees advertise elsewhere for tenders in connection with the repairs to the cemetery. Tenders are to be in not later than 12 o'clock noon on 10th May. Federal FJLAG and BEAU.-In a "Gazette" issued from Melbourne is an ad vertisement asking for designs for a Federal flag and a Federal seal. The sum of £76 will be paid for the best design in each case. '/ FRUIT Sizaibrh.-At the Charlevillo Police Court on Tuoaday three lads named Arthur James Lemon. Henry Brasaington and William Hinemann were charged with stealing fruit from the garden of Mr- W. M. Gibbs. Evidenc...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

A REGULAR MARTYR TO Biliousness BUT NEVER Troubles Him NOW. The Case of THOMAS STEWART, Esq. (From, the "Penrith Times."f BY OUR SPECTAt REPORTER. "Unquestionably Clements Xonic alona pulled me through. I couldn't get an atom of good out of tlio numerous other medicinca I tried, but this remedy did the business for me in double quick time." These were the words of Mr- Thomas Stewart, baker, Windsor-road, Rooty HiB, near Sydney, to a. reporter who was detailed to have a little chat with him anent his sometime sickncss. " Yes," saitl that gentleman, offering tha ne\v?{iaper man a chair, and talcing a seat hinsclf. "Once upon a time I frequently h.ul many strange attacks. I waa.-^sgmhea with a giddy sickness., ? My food dis^grcSS with me, ai:d I had to drop eating for a time altogether almost. I lost all my strength and energy. Sly worfelbeaame & barfcv; I seemed to do always tired. Violent headaches came on. There was a heavy feeling of oppression and great swel ling at the pi...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Worker" Fallacies. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

" Worker " Fallacies. To properly refnti; tho falsehoods < varying degree which appear in each issue of tin! "Worker"' would require the whole of our *p:>cp. We therefore coil . lino our remarks to a few of the de viations from truth in the issue of tiie 2Uth inst. Wo will occasionally devote some of our space to a refutation of "Worker" lal-ieluiods and calumnies, al though the task is not a congenial one. Wc hope, however, to be able to "touch pitch without being defiled." Tlio ex tract» are in stn.ill type ; our commeuLs are in larger type. I»>ibor Leader Browne avldrcaflfni a larga meeting on Wednesday night at Hughondon. llo reviewed the past session of Parliomoufc and allowed tliat tha guillotine 'Was used to pass largo luntj of public manoy in oneeven ing without a moment boin£ allowed For dis cussion, that tha Government wero in tlio IinnriB of a huge syndicato who dinvwl tlioir policy »nd tluir actions, that miry impe cunious members had suocilmbtd Co pecun...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Progress Association. ' The monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Chatloville Progress Association was held at the Telegraph Hotel on Monday evening last. There were presentMessrs. J. F. P. Loc kett (chairman), R. B. Lucas, J. Par tridge, G-. J. Fitz-Walter, R. Appleton, H. J. Carter, C. M. Hooper, J. E. Uverell, J. 6. Green, and A. Gtrisel. The minutes o£ ithe previous meet ing were read and confirmed and cor respondence noied. '' The subcommittee appointed to re port re the tronghing required for the tracking yards at the Charleville rail way station stated that 40 feet of, troaghmg was required for sheep and 50 feet for eattle. Oii the motion oE Mr. Fitz-Waltor, seconded by Mr. Partridge, it waa decided that the particulars of the requirements of the tracking yards be communicated direct to the Com;, misaioner for Railways and that a copy of- the letter be also sent to the mem ber for tlie district. The . matter of the Listowel road then came np for discossion. - Mr. Fitz Walt...

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

The Club Hotel, Cunnamulla. 'TBS'SEMim H0TTS2 WEST OF TEE METEOPOLIS. ~ r- . .0:* Bupgfaf AwcOiautiatifln for bH 01-MS. Private Suites for Families. Separate Tablep. 4» Sitting, SmHug, Sosdiof, and Witting Booms. Superior Billiard Table ami Hair ?Mtatqs Salsanooths Praises. Solfl Agents, Cunnamulla South-West, For Spencer & (SsOpbsi^eJr-Sfadrasw Choice Cigars, Wholesale Price lost, from 14/6 per 100 ;Tand flap C»« limited. Edinburgh. (the largest distillers in the world), for tho XoP STsCSAB "* WmreY. guaranteed to be matured in bond in wood 15 ftfc time of 0&i5J2Mafe» , . . "The ClubT ia illuminated throughout with Acetyleno CA W«k 3ad 3m? is antra through special refrigerating chambers, cool and fre»h. gsWtl &yc WaSot Ths Tsry Ohoioeit Liquors Stocked. Wholesale Wine and Spin's fiMk McmiI Cases a SpssiiHtj. " lha Club "No. 1 Special Mixod Caso Wines und Sp'iritt WjK *Sfes SWSl orozy tmla <xdSa Attendants Correspondence invited. E.WAISH, PKOPKI ET...

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

"" CONTAINS All the Latest NEWS, BOTH LOCAL IKD FOBKIQK Business Ifotices. OR. H. L'ESTRANGE, [Successor to Db KmiAtn* I Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. Hours of ConeultaHoD :-9 a.tn. to 10 a.m; 3 pjn- to 5 pat, ij.m. to9 ^ Jt f ELL, . - Solicitor, - - CHA RLEVLLLE. Xslo ot Vowers and Bobinsoa's, and o X. Bunton's, Brisbane. i5« Stock; stations Breeder: _ Agents. Sheep & Cattle Salesmen UOKOBEACH, WINTON & BLACKALL Public Notice. THE Forwarding and Commission Agency Rnaineu' lately carried on in Charle ^ T'S. WESXfiEaAABD * IKIiSKS, lwis been purchased by us, and SttnilbyXict tad careful attention to 3*»S^ to taeril the continuance of the rapport of Mr. Nielsen ? constituents. H. J. CAKTEB <fc CO. -T beg to notify the PubHc that I have sold JL the. Forwarding and Commmion Agency Business lately carried on by ino to ME^-KS H J. n/tw.TKR & CO., Charlewille. While Siiniing my constituents ior their post aupportf I -ould attbewmetane-sk them »o Eri...

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Weather Forecast Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

W«Ath«e Forecast Brisbane. Fridav. "feBtfeBftl shsvess, chiefly north from IjpjJMj ft am with *oatt«red olond elea pO» | wfada .ist-aortb-sast in the north, I aatm-vftttedy to westerly in the south, atexBrfflbano; witaretfo dletnrbaac# 3jeC3 nasty around Malboarae. OLmwPTL. WJBAGGE, - GOTL MeUorologiifc dapend on ridding children of *®Saaj3rsitb Ws5»'« Worm Figs, Prioe 1». 23^53 S3 SiMt ftbraklnom* Oan. 5b aaaoTS a tranbleaoms corn Swwfrm i j&asb aoak tha oora or bunion in gpa -jKita? to aoftan it, then paro it Syix £3 «Ic««Iy as possible without rSsrafag blood and apply Chamberlain's i$i2a SaErq tcrioa daily; rubbing vigorously £57 2?o slnates at .ach application. A <15233 plaster ahoald b« worn for a few &aga, to prot*«t it from tha shea. Am a liniment for Jpraiaa, brufaas, li^soaasa and rheumatism, Pain Balm ig (isx^talti. Tor salo by Fifcz-Walter

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS FOR 1901 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Zand Court. M&TBtma TOE 1901 . Utjl* JomT JnlyS Angurtft , SsptasibK# , . Ootob«r* " JTomnber 8 Sienafcr .

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THE ROYAL VISIT. Landing at Melbourne. A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE. 500,000 PEOPLE IN THE STREETS. MELBOURNE, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

THE ROYAL VISIT. T-ANFLING at Melbourne. A BRILLIANT SPECT1CLE. 500,000 PEOPLE IN THE STREETS. MELBOUKITE. Mar 6. The landing of their Royal High nesses the Sake and Duchess of Cornwall and York on Australian soil took place amid a scene of unparalleled splendour. For days past the keenest pxcitement has prevailed, and it cul minated. to-day in an indescribable manner, when for the first time in the history of Australia the next heir to the British Crown was a visitor to our shores. Hundreds of thousands of men, woman, and children thronged the streets of the city from an early hour and the display of enthusiasm exceeded all records. The official landing took place at 8t. Kilda pier, and was fixed for 2 p.m. The pier was brilliantly decorated, con spicuous among the decorations being Venetian masts, etc. The scene at the and of the pier beggared description. The weather was beautiful, and the water as atill as a take. Lookiug s?a ward to the bay, the huge warships, fifteen in number...

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Plague in Brisbane. QUEEN STREET BARMAN. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Plague ia Brisbane. QUEEN STREET? BABMAN-3 SSBriabane, Friday. Another case of plague has oc curred, the victim being a barn:an ,. amed Honbt, employed at thn -Boyal Hotel, Qaeen street.

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Riots in Barcelona. State of Siege. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Riots in Barcelona. State of Siege. London, Thursday. . In connection with the general strike at Barcelona riots are occur ring, and the cavalry had to charge the mob, injuring many. Barce lona Is nowin a state of siege.

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Miners' Conference. No Strike. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Miners' Conference. No Strike. London, Thursday. : The British milieu' conference has decided not to strike.

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Murders In N.S. Wales. TWO MEN KILLED Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Murders In N.S. Wales, TWO MEN KILLED Svdnev. Fridav. Jf J A man naEtted Henry Schnoaner, aged 60, wasfoand murdered yes terday morning at Goalbdrn. His skail was fracLured by a blow from a miner's pick. - ^ - A man named Nicholas Jas , prizzla, residing near Yoong, was in his bedroom with his .wife oa .Wednesdays evening when a uu inown mas'placed the muzzle of a double-barrelled gan through the window and fired both charges, idling Jasprizzla and woanding his wife. " ? The motives for both crimes are a mystery.

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Telegrams. Massacre in New Guinea. Thirty Years Ago. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Telegrams. Massacre in Slew Guinea. Shirty Tears Ago Brisbane, Friday. While the punitive expedition was « m New Guinea the remains of a .wreck were discovered, which are anpposed to be a brig which left Sjrdney 30 years ago with 90 '^niiners, all of whom except two were massacred.

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LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. South Africa. Boers Captured. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

LATEST BY WIRE. Cablegrams. South. Africa. Boers Captured London/Thursday. Colonel Plamer held drift at Oliphant's River for ten days, imprisoning many Boers in a densely wooded and waterless semi-circle, afterwards driving them in the hands of General Kitchener and the Middlefanrg colamnn. A mamber of the Boers fled, leaving 350 wire a and children, who are in a lower and dirtier state than tha Kaffirs. Over 140 Boers were captnred and 50 surrendered.

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Federal Parliament. Weather Magnificent, Brilliant Scenes. President and Speaker Elected. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Federal Parliament. Weather Magnificent, Brilliant Scenes. President and Speaker Elected Melbourne, Friday. The Federal Parliament warn opened yesterday by the Dab* of York. The weather was magnificent and the Exhibition building waa crammed. The faaction was both brilliant and successful. The proceedings opened by tlx* orchestra rendering the psalm All People That on Earth Do Dwell," the immense assembly with many well khown singers, including Mist Nellie Stewart, joining in. After the proclamation had been read summoning Parliament, the legislators assembled to hear the Dnke'a speech, at the conclusion of which the Dake declared Parlia* menfc open. The "Hallelajah Chorus" and " Rale Britannia" were then ren dered by the orchestra and locty eheers were given for the Dnke and Duchess. At the re-assembling of the Be* preventative* and Senators in the afternoon Sir Richard Baker was elected President of the Senate and Mr. F. W. Holder Speaker of the House of Representatives. ' To-day ...

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Charlevilie Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

f Charlevilie Hospital, j COMMITTEE MEETING. THE monthly ineetiug of the Charlevilie Hospital committee was held at the institatibu ou Thursday afternoon last, when there were present: Messrs. G. Barber (Presi dent), D. Love, J. F. F. Lockett, W. G. Biilington, G. JS\ Bell, O. Arnold, C. D. E. Francis, D. E. Espie, G. M. Mackenzie, R. Apple ton, and Dr. L'Estrange MINUTES. The minntes ot the previons meet ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence was read as fol lows :-Inward : From Mr. G. W. Pitt, re tickets. From Mfc. Morris station, enclosing cheque tor £4 4s. From Mr. J. Moody, Wyaudra, en closing cheque for £5 5s. From Angathella ponnikeeper, forwarding £7 18s. Id., ponnd lees. Oatward : To Mr. W. Sannders, re supply of drngs. To Mr, R. B. Lucas, accept ing his resignation from the com mittee with regret. To Mr. A. J. Mackenzie, acknowledging with thanks receipt of a parcel of maga zines. To Rev. M. Stapleton, noti fying his election as a committee man. To the...

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Boers Expelled. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Boers Espailsd Colonel Benson's colamn expelled the Boers from Belfast and tremen dons quantities of stock and supplies ....-.jTwwe ca^tared.

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

i ? "Wade's Worm Figs are moat effective. Children thrive after taking them. Price 1. ^ VQItur* Sfeeksjaltb Sayed iBin zittle Bon.'* lift Mr. H. H. Black, the well-known vil tcge blacksmith at Grahamaville, Sullivan Co., IT, Y., Bays: "Onr little son, five yeans old, has always been subject to ffronp, and so bad have the attacks bceq dVA-t we have feared ;nany tiaieu' that he Would die. ' We hava had the doctor and tjoed many "medicines, bat Chamber' Mn'a Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve 2he tough, mucus and by giyiug frer «wirt doaea when the 'croopy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded isroup is cared before it gets settled," Then is np danger m giyiug ibis repiedy for It contains no opium or other injurious gnjgand may be given as confidently to s %db»Mta an adult» For »al® by Wanteds, Under this lieailin^ sixteen words will be inserted once, 1/ ; three times, 2/.| WAN'IKl) KSOWK, that Rubbor Stamps of firat-cIaBS quality cua be obtained at th...

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Australians Engaged. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Australians Engaged Captain Hecome with 20 Sooth ... Australians captured 8 Boers and . _ some cattle andwaggons. Afterwards Captain Hecombe and four of his men were captured by the Boers and released later on. i

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