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

A .wonderful and extraordinary com V-tr«n otoooeentrgS*' rnedfeme.; The . of S^oe^EI^trioTelegraphH Umo, and Printing- revolutionised the .ystem ®i the globe. aod made SSkindwiserand betWr. So, although SHfe"n®e,Ifor J'" - . .,? ? j,1..!. fr, thorr merit, the .Mtoarkasw'Oisffiovary-oi j miHrtrrfl them all, and has founded a . tayaUnm. . "Tta Doctors, tvicaa vast dosea of four W&rop&S- i^aeble tha otomach .md ~ M»ilTa ££e ootrela, moat give saaa wsio- i^oiM healt^and ".aMtftfewiS* 0E2.O5 oJ-5113 extraor - 5E_L_ tr«e«teMa TRilla. One or two or 'S HEW LIVER PITAS amOoesto plaos SSw. atamach in P®1*0^ atdar. ersatas aa-appet**0, ^ renders the.parit KsntJ-aod'buoyant.- « m affected. itiPiosiottona are restored, sad If the KsrfCRM System is ' enfeebled, it is ?"i^S'SFmuo®%9s. I. Tbo patient ocSssjlainso* a fullness of . - . theatoeiaeb. " T - t t. Distension of the bowels by wind. -. t weariness, jLeepinesa after :i" g_ SJTttate in fee mouth, and furred ft, OortSp^WB. *"th...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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MR. GRAHAM'S GRIEVANCES. A COMPLICATION OF DISORDERS THE CAUSE. EVERYTHING BRIGHT SINCE HE TOOK BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

MR. GRAHAM'S GRIEVANCES A COMPLICATION OP DISOR DERS THE CAU9E. EVERYTHING BRIGHT SINCE HE TOOK BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. Giddiness, biliousness, and headache are three complaints nob to be con jured with. Separately they are bad enough, but to suffer from the three at once is rather a large order. Yet Mr. Graham who resides at Lane Street, Higbgate Hill, Brisbane was a victim to three disorders. He tried several remedies until eventually he hie npon Bile Beans For Biliousness. The Beans not only cured ihim, but (as will be seen in hiejletter) through their influence he is to day in the moat perfect 'health. This is what Mr. Graham stated. iBy occupation I am a carter and mylago is 31. Dur ing the past ten years I have been a constant sufferer from biliousness, gid diness and headaches, and sometimes through the giddiness T was unable to stand. During these ten years of misery I consulted numerous doctors, who attributed my symptoms to my habit of smoking strong tobacco, the disco...

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Charleville Wedding. SAVAGE—MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

dharleyille Wedding. SAVAGE-MABKS. A very pretty wedding was celebrated All Bainta* Church on Monday morning hat, the contracting parties being Mr. R. T. Savage, Charleville, and Miss Mand Marks. also of Charleville. Tha church .waa packed with onlookers, tbna showing ^ the popularity of the bride and bride groom. The altar was beautifully deco ra tod with white flowers while a pretty floral horseshoe was suspended by a white ribbon (a the centre. This was the work a£ Mrs. P. Graham and displayed much credit on her. A few minutes before 11 o'clock the bridegroom and best man (Mr. H. Teatea) entered the Church, and a few mJhatas later the bride appeared, leaning on &er father's arm and attended by the bridesmaid (Miss Hilly Marks). The con . ssegation then sang "The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden." The bride was at tired in x white figured silk, trimmed with ehiffort and lace; wreath and veil, the ' latter worked with silk ; the neck of the disss was cat low with a chiffoa yok...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 11 May 1901

Marriage. SAVAGE-MARKS-On 6th May, at All Saints' Church, Charleville, by Rev. R. Eyton, Richard Thompson, eldest son of Mr. Robert Savage, Murphy's Greek, to Maud Lydia, fourth daugh- ter of Mr. William Marks, Charle- ville.

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Tuesday, 14th May. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

^neg^ay.'l4th May. Before the P. Si. Opuw Cane.- Henry Clausoa pleaded ! guilty to uulistui ot opium and waa iiuwi £lo &*&<).»» of court; in default one montn in Boma gaol. ^ 1

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Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, 13th May. Before J Vivian-Williams, Esq, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

r - = Legal. Charleville Police Ooi Monday, IScii May. Before J Vivian-Williama, Siq, P.] Hide Case.-George Foote appean-d 011 a charge at a brevet* >ir «ec . 8 >f tha Butch««r* Ac-.if iluce the hide of » fctlied beadt. dir. >i. S Bcli'appearod foe defeud&ui iuia Mc. Locfcett foe the'police. TK4 eTi3eijc^ jraa »ery lengthy and ; showed that the"police searched defan dantVpremise*^or a hide which they ' failed^ta.p^d itnd which defendant did not aaaialt 'them to find and next day defendant .pruduced in court a hide which hVaaia^feelouged t« the killed beast jn^question. Defsaajuit. was fined £10.with 4/6 coata of court aad £2 2a. professiooa coata,'^jtefaufcone month in Boma Mr . Belf gato ^noticc of appeal on th&groands : evidence discloses nooS^^r^cp&plaint and muahions obey^d^/8* complaint disclose* no offence^^b^Mdict is agsinSt the weight of ewwhee; 5, rardwt ia con trary.w^la^^G^ipaproper evidence has been admitted ' A secouti cake "against defe...

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Tambo Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

Tambo Divisional Board. The regular meeting of the above board was held on Friday, the 3rd inst., there bring present:-Messrs. T. SC. Browne r(cfiaitToat>), M. Solomon, G. Jillett, and F.'Sl. Hetrson. The correspondence included the fol lowing;-To F^rqgrees Association stat ing .£bat the-board consider the present road; to the cemetery better than the one suggested, and ajpo that the board can onlj; maintain_':one crossing over the rirer. To R.Ciews, Alpha, granting permission to erect tiro licensed gatea. To I. Vance, stating that the board is inclined to entertain his offer to deepen the bore. The chairman and Mr. Jillett were appointed a committee to confer with Sir. Vance. 1 A general rate of £d in the £ waa struck for each anb-division. and a special rate of 2d per £ for Tarabo town, i It was resolved thac application be made to have parts 3 and 4 of the Health Act of 1900, and the elaaghter ing Act of 1898 proclaimed for the di vision. Accounts to the amount of £125 2a 9dwe...

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The Comet. INTERVIEW WITH THE GOVERNMENT ASTRONOMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

The Comet. INTERVIEW WITH THE GO VERNMENT ASTRONOMER. 31 r- H. C. Russell gave noma inter-; estiog particulars with regard to the present comet and of comets generally to-a representative "f the S. M. JZieraid on Tuesday evening. In tho couise of the conversation Mr. Russell eaid : " The beautiful celestial object in the western sky-the yet unnamed comet -was leas conspicious last night than on Monday night. Since its firs!: ap pearance it has undergone very many changes. Of what its nucleus is composed nobody has had time yet to declare, though spectruai analyses of these mysterious visitors are not unknown. The present comet ia 'un derstood to be wearing the aun, and as it approaches the centre of our solar system the vapour whjch we call the tail expands, but whether these atoms are ever recovered by . the nuc leus iu its flight through space has not been determined. That comtos have orbits has, however, been set tled by astronomical calculation, the reappearance of a few of thes...

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WATER BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

WATER BOARD. A meeting of the Cbarleville Water Authority was then held, the same al dermen being present. : MunriEa. The minates of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. . ^ | CoaHESPOXDESCE. Inward-From Blackall Municipal Council asking fur particulars of bore. Outward-To Blackall Municipal Coun cil giving particulars asked for. Re?ORTB, The inspcctot of nuisances reported that he Had s^en bore water flowing at the Victoria Hotel, the same having heen turned offfor non-payment of rates some timebcEore. The Mayor stated that when the re port was made to hita he had the water pipes disconnected. .Alderman Billington proposed," That the matter be placed in the hands oi Mr. G. N. Bell for action." Seconded by Alderman Arnold and carried. ACCOUNTS. Accounts to th(i amonnt of £8 19s 4d were passed for payment, and the meeting adjourned with a vote of thanks to the Mayor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

READ WHAT YITADATIO IS DOING V«at«Sit Onn of SoUtlc*. Lwd sttA Blura9wttr9&* BEDRIDDEN FOR THREE MONTHS NOW THOROUGHLY CURED. OUBBD WITH BIGHT BOTTLES OF VITAI»ATIO. Mr. W. WKBBZB, Proprietor VITADATIO. Bear Sir,-For upwards of one year I have owed yon a debt of gratitude which no words of mine, however far reaching in their effects, can ever repay. Many times when I have seen yon in the streets of Lannceston my consoienee haa always condemned me for not telling you r h® fact* of my case ; for, after all, I pl.ri.ys Uiiufc " Honour to whom honour is <lne," is a motto to which evry jciiiKc benefactor has a just claim, *.<<:. »re* of people in this city know that-I have been the victim of great enffaring for the past eight years fr..,» LIS.vD POISONING, RHEUM YTiSM. and SCIATICA I cried all pnteat medicine and lini ments I cmill think of. At laat tha sciatica got the mastery of me, and I could not torn in my bed far upwanls of thiee month.". An...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

Municipal Council. Tho usaal fortnightly meeting of the Charlevilla Municipal Council was held on Wednesday evening last when thero vrere present: Aldewen G. Barber (mayor), W. G. -Billington, :G. T. Smith, D. E. Espio, and C. Arnold.' MINUTES. The minutes of the previtms meeting were read and confirmed. . COBBEBSOKDBXCB. Included in tlie correspondence wera the following letters i Inward-From several persons giving notice of typhoid fever on their premises. From Messrs. Thynne and McCartney re rates. . From the Charleville Bicycle. Clnb asking Council to try and get 3rd Jane pro claimed a public holiday. From Cen tral Board of Health re sanitary sys tems. From R. J. Bligh, re rates. From Fitz-Walter &>Co., asking the Council to repair the footpath in front of their ptvuiiaes. From Charleville Progress Association, re sanitary sys tem. From Commissioner for Railways, re drain at Charleville railway station. Outward-To Charleville.Handball Club r» court. To Minister' f...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

Riile Shooting. fo!I,)j1villdr scores were made at practice oa Saturday afternoon last: &f0 700 Tl. V. Burcliar W. Troup ®* l^chenzis "? L'Ettraaea H. Smith H. Tyrwbitfe Hooper I» Hooper ! ®- Appfeton j W. Barber B. Fiaier Hooper, Senr J. Tait G. Barber # Kctired. - Jne ^Petition For the disappear slaTaj;xni1In.T''n,''"'!8 *>. ea 110 '""If »""» dead. T. *L f f^.e km up unit, j - I* " " 3 *> "Onjetftlo/j in«r,r * l'S* ^ b-aoc to.. /.»ie Wow*' Ga»urPwMaMwrC(?a*. 3ft 23 23 24 21 17 26 15 18 16 22 14 6 0 20 20 18 14 8 9 9 4 5 6 4 6 9 SO 43 41 38 29 26 26 2t. 22 2L 18 18 12 9

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A Remarkable Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

A Remarkable Shot. Father Timonev, who accompanied one of the New Sonth Wales con tingents to South Africa in the capa city of chaplain, writes to the " Catholic Press'' as follows:-Zeerast, my old quarters, is attacked by the Boers, who will never carrj the place. The enemy is not capable of carrying a town or fort. These farmers have no drill or dis cipline, an<l they are not likely to rush on a kedge of British bayonets. Again, ?II the bravest among the Boers have been killed, or are prisoners. All the aged Boers were crnck shots, bat the younger men have not had tima to perfect themselves in the n?e of the rifle. Hare T crave leave to disgress. I saw one most reoaaikahlc shot. It was near Bnffel's Hoep. The battle had been fonght and won. The Boers had re tired to a ridge, the nearest crest of which was certainly over a mile from as. 1 was speaking to one of the Yeo manry, who had alighted from his horse and stood, his arm on his horde's mane, looking in the direction...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

Curroat Events. MARSUPIAL BOARD--It is notified by advuniawment elsewhere that a meeting fur the bninnial election in cnnnea'iou with thi3 W»rr»t{o_ Marsupial Board will be heid on 29th Jane and for the Adavale Marsupial Board on the BJme date ForChtinic Chest Complaints, Wooda* Great Peppermint* Cara la. 6d. PUBLIC ilo'IDAT.- Monday, 3rd J^inc, has been proelnwda public holiday f»r Clmrleville. the occasion beiug th<j birth day of the Duke of York. T lie Charle villa Bicycle Club intend holding Bporta on that date. EICOBSIOH PASBEHGEHB -The total nnrnber of passengers cm iht» tmiii wliicn left Charleville on Ihuiwl iv* list was 144 Of thena 73 weie on board wliun the trai.i arrived from Cunnaiuiilla ami the remain der, 71, boarded it at Cbarkmllo. THE CENSUS.-An advertisement ap pears in another cOJjjftei.to the uffect that any pensonavwko Have not bjen enumerated onacensua 8i^bdi}ujfe will greatly oblige by lending tiieir niaiea anil addressuat'* any enumerator of a dis...

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DO YOU EASILY CATCH GOLD? [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

DO YOU EASILY CATCH GOLD? U our Austra lian climate the winter season is always c accom panied by an epidemic of colds,influenza, rhsama tism, etc., and the reason for tbis is not far to seek. The Fro quant changes of the climate are the caui# whicb soon finds the weak places in the human system. Hence the hundred and one ailments so common at this period of the year. To be in a state to throw off colds, chills, etc. with their more serious consequencon when contracted-the body should be. kept in the very pink of condition. No «r tbis can rarely be attained with out some assistance being given to the organs. What is required is Borne natural stimulant which will not over tax the organs, so that whei its use is discontinued they willnot be weaker than they were before, bat which will assist them to do the additional work required of them, and at the same time strengthen and in /igorate them. Bile Beans for Biliousness fulfil all these requirements. Their composition is parly vegetabl...

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A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's Life [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

X Villjurj BUetSQltli Saved Bis Mttle Son's Lib Mr. H. H. B-ack. Mim w««II known vil lage hlacboimth at Grrahammille, Sullivan Co,. N. Y., says: "Our little B»i. five ywtra u!d, h^a rU»ys been Biibject ti» croup, and 8:>b«<l have the ;.> tacks !>t-en w.» lm« ia;iitv ih.it h« v<>itiJd-e. We hsra hml the <lnct>>r anil na-'il tnnny me.lininea, but Oliamhor" tamV Cough R.-m»dv is now OUT ?nl» reliance. I' atvmi . to dissolve the mucus and by giving fre {iicnt doses when the cr«mpy symptoms Hppear wo hace found time the dreaded is cured tx'foro it gats awt'led." Th»'r» is n<» dang*-r in giving tt.ii remadv for It --<»ita::>s no .>[>iu:n <ir «>thi*r ir>j!iri»'ts m^y !>.' u'ven ns cnwti 'e- tli' f.> a tiahe is :o an adulr. For s*la by F lX It Gtty

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Our Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent]. BRISBANE, 14th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

09^ Brisbane Letter. [From Our Own Correspondent}. BWBBAJJE, 14tH May. I6» Minister^- atrejjgth, which has been niseed to --tw<i -namely, Messrs. 3>al*jBCplo and CriBb, daring the opeaitig of the Cotmnonvrealth Parlia ment-has bean increased by the weighty addition of Mr. Batledge, the acting Pt^mier who returned last night, after absence as brief as it conld well be, "tO'tfce present location of the Parlia aforesaid, -^ith him returned OQTWprthy Mayor, Thomas Froe, Esq., who has harried back to sec .1x>b& the preparations for the prepara tion oE the royal yieitors, Thomas Proe, Esq., O.M.G., has manifestly no notion as to the falling through of the Boyal risit consequent on the enormities of the bodies he mora particularly repre »eati. ft is a fairly recognised fact by thia time that the msaaitarinees of the metropolitan araa is doe to the laches of the local authorities in whose various jurisdictions it lies. Not only did tbey allow the filth to accaraolat...

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Angathella Races. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

Angathella Races. NOMINATIONS. The foliowin« are the nomina tions for the principal events in con nection with the winter meeting of the Upper W.irreuo Race Ctnb to be held on 6th und 7th Jnne : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Affection Pliil M:iy Irouhidj CORINTHIAN WELTER HAN DICAP. Starfish Epos Aift ction Priuct? Dagmar Ironstone AUGATHELLA HANDICAP. V Nitre Knni Mnzzin Qnafcer Prince Dagmar Irou Lady Creeper Daisy Huntress Ironstone U.W.B.C. HANDICAP. Nitre Krini Epos Quaker Prince Dagmar Snran Hwrtrtsa iiomtaoe

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

^Nervous Disease. * A South Brisbane Lady Reduced |to a Miserable Condition, 0 BUT NOW STOUTER AND STRONGER THAN FOR YEARS. I ' TlwCue «f MRS/ESTHER SIMPSON. (BY OUR SPECIAL BKTOBXBB.) When our reporter visited Mia. Esther Simpenn, to find oat all about her lata illness and tha'manner in which she got better, b» njectwl to sea in that tuly & thin and decrepit form, with pale faco and lack lustra eye, leaning upon a stick. What was his astonishment, however, when a fine, up right, hearty-looting lady, etill in the prima ml life, and apparently in excellent health, ant. him at the door of her house in Canv bri<W«trset, off Vulture-street, ? East Brieoane, and declared herself to be aha whom he sought. '* Oh, yea," sho replied. ia answer to tha newspaper manVquestions ; *'1 mads- m perfect recovery, and am a great deal stronger and better in health than I have (Men for years. Bat I was in a perilous stats once; to bad, indeed, that I always give a little shudder when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 May 1901

The Giufo Hotel, Cunnamulla. r TSB PmCXB HOUSE WSST OF TEE METBOPOLIS Wafvttr Acaomottdatfaa ftrr ell Clnnw. Frinta Suites for Families. Separate Table#' ftiMi ttttiag. Batotong, 'BearHng, and Writing Boon*. 8up«rior Billiard Table and ETair Dtmhs. fctoa on tie Premijee. Solo Agents, Canmunnlla Soath-WesU for Spcncar & WfcXdKltrf, Madras. Choice TmKaw Cigars, Wholesale Price lost, from 14/6 per 100 ;""snd ffcs <k« JXCX. CO. limited. Edinburgh (the Iargeit distillers in the world}, for the To' fUBNt" HpHOUtD Kscsas " WjnaKT. guaranteed to be matured in bond in wood 15 JMMattfmefdkipmoDt. ... " The Clab " im illuminated throughout with Acetylene 0>»* tM Bad Bear ia draws through special refrigerating chambers, cool and freeh. JBfOmi Water. Tho T«J Choicest iiqiiore Stacked. Wholesale Wine and Spine yfc MiSra Osem a Speciality. " The Club " No. 1 Special Mixed Caee Wine® anil Spirit! mf'm Mk aryatj train wftk Attendants Correspondence invited. St WAISB, PROPXIKTOB...

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