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SAVINGS BANK INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

■ SAVINGS BASK INTEREST. The Government Iiave decided to reduce, from the 1st July, the rate o£ interest paid on Savings Bank deposits from 3£ to S per cent.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY'S BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

I Latest. Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Friday. PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY'S ^BUSINESS. In the Assembly yesterday, the House agreed to go into Committee at its next sittings to consider the desirableness of introducing bills to amend the Constitution Act, Officials in Parliament Act, Savings Bank Acts, Supreme Court Acts, and bills in reference to the Federal Convention, laws relating to the sale of goods, and to the insane, a diseases in litre stock prevention bill, and an inebriates in stitutions bill. The debate on the Address-in-Beply was resumed and adjourned. The House then adjourned nntil Tuesday mext.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Special Cablegrams. LONDON, Friday. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

I Special Cablegrams. London, Friday. CUlCKETr—^ Tf Vjluatralian Eleven commenced a match against the Midland Counties to-day. The weather was fine and the wicket good. There was a •moderate attendance. The Austra lians batted first, and were all disposed of for 13S runs, Eady contributing 41, and Jones 27. Halme took 6 wickets for 54. The Englishmen commenced their- first innings and when the stumps were drawn had lost 3 wickets for 168 rnns, Gunn. making 69, and Quaiffe 45 not out.

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. There is a panic at Dongola in consequence of the advance of the Anglo-Egypcian expedition, and a general enrolment has been ordered of those capable of bearing arms. Tho Sultan has stated his willing DBBs to consider the proposed reforms in Crete, if the Cretan insurgents will submit to bis authority.

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LATE ARMENIAN TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

i LATE ARMENIAN TROUBLES. The Porte is appointing a Christian Governor at Teitoan according to a promise given to the Armenians there.

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS—1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Charieville Land Court. SITTINGS—18PG. Monday, July 6. Holiday, .Aagnst 3. Monday, September 7. Monday, October 5. Monday, November 2. Monday, December 7.

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TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

TERRIBLE SHIPWBECK. A South African liner, tlie Drum mond Castle, struck on a rock on the coast of France, and oat of 246 per sons on board only 3 were saved.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

DENTISTRY. ERNEST BURTOHI, :<DUIiY- QUAIilTIKD) SURGEON DENTIST, 214 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, Witt visit Charleville monthly, and may be consulted on all Branches of his PROFESSION at Aeschimann's Hotel on the following dates. JULY 4th until 7th. Special Attention ■paid to JPainlcss Operating Artificial Work Life-lite and Durable. COMMOTflCATOIlS: W. Troup, Chemist, Charloville, and E. Burton, 21'4 Queen-street, Brisbane. HARSTON & CO., TOOWOOMBA. Sots Agents for— W* H. Paling & Co., Limited. PIANOS Oa Easy Terras hy STEIN" WAY, ER ARD, JOHU BRINSMEAD & SONS.. JULIUS "FEURIOH. UEREL & LECH LE1TER, CARLECKE, GORS & KAL LMAN, E. BELLING. "VICTOR, and the Renowned UPP & SOHN. Second hand PIANOS from £!(>, ORGANS, Br "ESTEY, From £J5 Largest, Newest, and best assorted Stock of MUSIC. Newest Publications constantly Ar riving. PIANO rUNINGr A. E. HARSTON will continue to visit Charleville. Single Toning ... £2 2a. Twice a year ....

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THE VENEZUELAN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

1 THE VENEZUELAN" TROUBLE. It is reported that the Venezuelan troopB have entered tlie disputed terri tory in British Gniazia, and have com pelled the British surveyors there to retire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

THRICE.IS HE AR1IEI), WHO HASIIIIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT EES TOR ATIVE HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGES TION, NEURALGIA, WEAKNESS, DE BILITY, DROPSY, URItrlLT'S DISEASE, ANDLiVER COIU'LAIST THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you are sick :ir.<t value your life, iusif-t ou liavinf; Clements Tonic, and no substitute or vou will be disappointed. lire 1 inform yoit that after Iiavijijj been ailing fur the pat>l twelve mantlis with con gest ian of the liver, ai>d uftir trying almost every available remedy the medieul /uen cor.ld afford, I wub induced to try Clements Tonie, and after taking a few bottles um pleased to state tbat I am in a perfect sluto of Jiealtli, and linve advised my friends in consequence, if suffering from any com plaints of tile liver, Ip try your valuable Clements Tonic without fail, yours truly, Alfred Green, Union Bunk, JJrisbane, Queens land, ril 1st, li-95: —It is with jijueli pleas A. Gaxdox for saddlery of any d...

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AMERICAN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

•AMERICAN POLITICS. The American Presidential Cam paign 13 now in full swing and the Republican platform, which includes the Munroe Doctrine and a vigorous foreign policy, has been announced. Mr. McKinley, of tariff fame, who is one of the candidates for the Presi dency, is stated to have a controlling influence in the National Bepublican Convention.

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Stock and Station. 8qnatters, Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to . publish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and. rainfalls, which have token place in their respective districts in this colnmn, will kindly forward the in formation so as to reach this office not later than Friday evening?, in order to enanro ita publication la the following day's Issue. Times Office.- Friday. The weather continues dry with warm days and seasonably :coid nights. The winter ia so far remarkable for Its mildness. There is a fair amount of grass and water throughout the district, and stock are holding condition Tory well. All the main slock routes are open, though in some instances the grass is rather low. ■ In car last issne wo reported the trucking of 336 sheep from Charleville for Brisbane, having come from Springfield, as the property of Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Ilie l;:tter state ment was incorrect; the flock wo3 tho propel ty of Mr. C. Clifton, of Springfield. There arrived on Thursday, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Business notices. FERRET BRAND SOAP NORTON'S PUMICE PATENT, The flnlj Soap in the World THAI Will Wash Clothes, Clean Ymir Ilawl*, Will Ciena Your Pole, Pans, KclHes, and Cuiif, Will Clean Floors, Woodwork, Tinware, Brnse wurc, Crockery, Will Clean Oilcloths, Tiles, Window?, Slabln, or on a ship, and evcn-tliinc in a house, in Cold, Hot, Suit, or Brackish Water. Solo Proprietors ; S. W. NORTON & CO., Lonuan,;Sjdnejr, Melbourne, Wellington. Sole Agent for Queensland : WOKSLEY GRAY, Brisbane. «STDEPOT: ADELAIDE STREET. Manufactured only at Thomas Hoimjwat's EsrAiiusmiesT, 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON. y PS 4S * ^ ■»>* -o' vVV r * Cv A > *y "1 &■ ^ *> Vo- --f tST Purchasers Bhould look to the Label on the Boxes and Pot«. rtbe address is not S33, Oxford Street, London, they ore spurious.

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Legal. Police Court. Monday, June 15. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

.... .—so: rr-r Police Court. Monday, Jnne 15. Befora J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., l'.M. John Armstrong v Williiiiu Mclvenzie, and 11. J. Carter v William McKenzic, breach of Section " Fencing A<:fc of 1861." Defendant pleaded " indebted if the fence >s on the dividing line." Charles Alfred MUrdce on oath stated : J an! district survycr for tho Warrego district and also Land ContmiasioniT. I know butlt the complainant and defendant in these cases. I know grazing farms IRS and 155, Arabella Resumption, which arc held respectively by J. Armstrong and II. J. Carter. I have inspected the bound aries of these farms—the eastern bound aries also. The ftmco dividing tho grazing forms 158 and j55 from Arab-ilia lease hold is placed on the line decided oil by the Land Board. Tho dofendant is tho owner and occupier of Arabella leasehold, By defendant: I told yon that I pro posed a re-survey of tin* line, which pro posal was not approved «>f either liy the Surveyor General or l»y ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Australian Mutual Provident Society. Established 1840. Queensland Branch Office: Queen and Edward Streets, Brisbane. Local Directors: Hon. <T. S. Turner, M.L.C., Chairman. Hod. E. B. Forrest, M.L.C., Deputy Chair man. Hon. Robert Philp, M.L.A. Graham L. Hart, Eeq. Ernest J. Stereos, Esq. ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS £2,000,000 Accumulated Funds EXCEED THIRTEEN MILLIONS STERLING. BONUSES DIVIDED YEARLY, Larger than thosn of ANY OTHEB OFFICE; Xlia DIVISIBLE CASH SURPLUS fop the year 1895 amounted to £432,523, producing Reversionary Bonuses for £8GO.OOO. LOANS ON SECURITY OF POLICIES. After payment of two years' premiums, Members can borrow 90 per cent of the Sur render Value of their policies. V CLAIMS ore paid immediately on proof of death and title. NEW AND IMPROVED BENEFITS. For particulars apply for prospectus. H. W. APPKRLY, Resident Secretary. ■e The Licensing Act of 1885." SECTIONS 31 (I) axd 31. Notice of Application for Transfer of Licensed Victnalicr'a or Winc-soller's L...

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Special Telegrams. BRISBANE, Friday night. QUEENSLAND MAIL CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Special Telegrams. Brisbane, Friday night. QUEENSLAND MAIL CON TRACT. Ibe mail contract between the Government of Queensland iaud the B. I, S. N. Coippany was signed this morning. The amount of aubaidy is £19,800.

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Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent). BRISBANE, June 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Our Brisbane Letter. ■■' :q: i (From onr own Correspondent^. Brisbane, Jnne 16th. "We Ate getting some winter at last, tbia morning being the coldest ex perienced for ever so long—possibly within the memory of the oldest in habitant. It is odd to see people donble up with cold in Brisbane. Bat that is nothing on such a day as this. For now is the winter of our discontent made glorious sum mer by the ceremony taking placc in George street. .Now are our true patriots gleefully taking the oath of allegiance to their beloved screw. Now glares the "stern Puritan" countenance of Glassey; quiver with delight, like jelly, the adipose features of Cross; beams, beacon-like, the generously nourished light of Cam booya; while out in the cold ruefully shiver the rasping Andy Fisher, the falsetto Tony Ogden, and many another hero who went over confi dently to battle and got struck comical. Peace to their ashes ? - * * « # The swearing-in is going on to-day, and when that is over, Mr. Cowley will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

Qtieknsi.an'h.—Printed ami published for flic ClIAHLEVILLi: TlMKS I'lHNTIXG Co., by Kiciuitu Boru £cuxis at their registered Office, Alfrcl-atrcet, Churlerillrr

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Our London Letter. A STEADY WEEK'S WORK. (From our Special Correspondent). LONDON, May 7th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

A STEADY WEEK'S WORK. (From onr Special Correspondent). London, May 7th, 18IM5. Whatevkr may bo said of other con suming wool centres, it is certain that. Loudon, with its gigantic distributing capacity, remains prettv well intact, anil is well prepared to-day to give to colonial «roiver» of the article, a creditable account of her latest doings. While this week nothing li:is transpired of an extraordinary character, it is satisfactory to b« able to clironiclu a continuance of a sufficiently strong demand, which is of itself rn qnestionable evidence of the real, sound, solid state of .the wool trade generally; and of its ability to deal effectively with the clips of squatters sent hero for reali sation. From a statistical standpoint tho wool trade was never better, and with practically baro stocks at home, dealers aro at work replacing thorn in firiu antici pation of a better home trade before long. Looking mora minutely at tho relative positions of the various grades offered this w...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. The Governor's Speech. BRISBANE, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896

OPENING OF The Governor's Speech. lililSBANE, June 10 Tho legislative Assembly met. at noon to day, ami after the members present, number ing CO, bad been sworn in, the Hon. A. S. Cowley was elected Speaker, and the House adjourned without any amendment being moved Messrs. M'Donald and Hoolan spoke severely of alleged partisanship. The onlj business done in tho Upper House was the swearing in of Messrs. Barlow and Moreliead. liniSBASK, June 17. Parliament was opened in tho usual form. The Governor, Lord Lamington, read his speech, included in which was the following: Ono of the first matters to receive consider ation by the Assembly will bo a measuro to enable Queensland to be represented in the Federal Convention. In reference to the Tick Fever, which has caused severe loss in the districts affected, the Government are confident that xhere is no causa for panic,{but deem it prudent to seek additional powers to enable them to cope, not only with tho present epidemic, but with any ot...

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