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FOR LOV[?] & FORTUNE: A ROMANCE OF LEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

7 '' 7;'B|?-Bt-3Pli^--Soinerset, Author ct' "..Th's » EarJgferd ? Mystery,'' The Tragedy Milton Building.*.*'' '".The Mys.iery 'of Eversfield Grange, &c.. 6;'j, ' . ' synopsis CT? CHAPTERS: Ghattzk J-.-Tio!.< is'-'ii d her friend | Ethel lilslviHa - f owsias the pres. - Cocrt sayst£jy, when froaa a party, and, ausmtsA to-i cisenss -with Mr. the bousw.'j p-oxiaT & ccaver^tiou if s'lc I is enjajjed to Kcyr -i ' -""iUIiu <?e!iies. :, Thereupon the two jjirlili1, house, and r . &isrtly after hear a cry lifer's room, j CzliptssXT.-Tho~:r t!lernom* aad overhear' Trbnmea | ?, '» spoken by [ Reginald. thfin /i ? \~ ?Ir.V>~;;I;-i-, asfev Ethel to withdraw, n vt ;7h irmlhii;;; tr> j "esplain privately to 3 Viola. Hfj tells them the death a; isffejyjii aXerrisione tras an accident, though i ^ ^ oioured that Is and Sir Fulk's brother .<?.i)y553m hr.d ratir dared him. He eiplainn hohid to retire s from the Bar and was ruined -ii*" V/...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

I The man who married his ideal lor his first wife is looking- about for a woman for his'second. '. j| tFigg: ."r» let' you tapw I'm' not the "Sool you'think." Fogs: "possibly not. Which one, are you?" e call the tiger a ferocious flesh eat!.^ beast-. What should ice be called U mu tton chops could speak ? .A.. pin. properly inserted in a vacant chair, j/iake^ as good a startins point as the Eeiiersj n]n of boys desire. Luc-V^^teVhy don't they "begin to P''Ly-w«vf^!'V " The surgeons anil the, str".1 »? , _g|&e not yet arrived." Jane, I never met such a was not for-me, you -would stupid in the {own." a man. Mabel ; would try very hard to love. V&Voul'd you marry s' .Y?SS^Swiuse he was rich '. T; i ci-friAi e glad when I get Ibis enough ] ;y own face." muttered little mam-ma had >got then I won't wash . fter his vlth him; ife's hair," said .Tones, is so ; t it falls in wavy tresses to her j That's^ nothing." replied I>ee ; , my wife lets hers down, it falls t? ; ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The New and the old Hat. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

and the Old Uafc. A htir.iry niiv-ji hx Vienna, possessor o tlie Ie.riivir dejjsree of doctor, used t tafett us mid-day* jefet-t'ion, ;i coiircui poi , t lis n.<. :it A t. weil-kuoH-it caf in tli.- Av^,TL<a3i.-v« cap7fn.l,\ "0,11c wet da the iUK-fe W. jes* fnliy Mtteiided than usotJ, and tlie miserable iiftue of the wither indneetl meet of tU|e -viB'tors to spek: .tliaiir, varioas eiupJoylrhefiSg us sp.-felily1 :ta iK)&5ible. Wlwa prowe'lia;; to follow ' tlieir examfe, the mi|raed| tWtor nras astonished to fifid, ' jn p>vi{.cS 'if.-bits slvabby and wcsitUCTrt'eaten heV-ui-8 cov^rinjr.'a real Paris hat, ahiauij^wirjJ SjKtrtsnas brilliancy. Efe-,'.eppldr only4' wttiShOte tlaici nuasi-niasieal- clause to vibe dwjeate attention of somW friend, r and hastened to display the acquisition, / WHivno little pride, to him family. The I next day a young man accosted him I at. -life cafe, and politely remarked, 1 '/D&c>tor, allow me to claim my hat and...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melto[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

IJSelto? Mr. Mi-Ito how ("uiins; up tin* hill V-itli tl-f> tr Garnet) V " Coin- u He Wf.lsel. anil v thf m

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Home. Profitable Employment for Elderly Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

The Home. Profitable Employment for Elderly Women. ?Though the vigour and irrepressMj!?t| vitality of youtli have undoubtedly great.; value In the world, experience and that moderation in judgment that can only j he gained by experience,.are. also 'greatly I needed in this present generation that seems so-much inclined1 to run away witii j an idea or a paradox without the re- j straint of common sense.' Young people j are nearly always sure that a thing .is j "all right" or "all wrong." while their i elders know that most things ozi this 1 planet are a mixture of the two. Xo-'vr j this knowledge is of itself invaluable, i and worth most of the technical training ' and apprenticeship of the younger mem bers of the community, more (-especially i when it is balanced by open-minuedness and a desire to profit by new ideas ot progress. A very short consideration ?will show any one how valuable a know- j ledge of human nature must 1h> to women 1 who are engaged as ma trons iu hospital, ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A DOG'S LIMITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

A DOG'S LIMITATIONS. FIKST Boy: " I <10fc the smartest do£ you ever saw.. He can do anything." Second Boy: " Bet. he can't." "Bet he can." " Can you make him fighb?" " Course." " Can you make him wajj his tail 2" " Course." " Well, I'll bet you eon't make him fighS an' wag his tail, Loo." A lady, -walking a few days s-incfi oh the promenade at Brighton, j.-ked a sailor wlioni ,~he met why a called '" --lie." Ti«* miii oi' X<.-ii^^^^i4n(iaiiUy rn|ilieiJ tlui it v/iii UUti Sd mm*-"

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Spray. [?]deacon Furse. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Spray, f £&chdeacon Fnrsc. S Archctaacdii .Furse's appointment - as Dr. Farnir'ii'-successor has given mrteh satisfiitrlou 1 in the, <?trar(;Tj. Of Lis aibjlitr rheite ,raa ; ,i>e no doubt (says " Blade. aiKS \Vb£ic"}.. though lis ab horrexuNi itf| :t a r iftin g- of tlie nature of Ms kept the public in comiWt^'Jrw j'jiiiorsrnco of his personality. Indeed, it W^ocr' That wlien be rose to a(Idi"-J5,s, |diocesan conference re cently,-'' lie %us greeted by the Bishop with, "yiimkyoar n/iine

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Designer of the Valkyrie. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Designer of the Valkyrie. Tin? shipyards bare /"pro duced few wore ingenious men . h. Wy l-rfoii. riie desijpier of Val III. The son of a Ubis?o>#;£tii*f bis native 1)esu early niantfestwi all eorts oi inetliunic^l'i^Wfc He was "placed in ar. tioce took innnraso^pigljt/ [rronnclinss. Deiiijm 1 rtg- |3t5$4: come naturally to 'LUl set to work oa'ifcfcr'..'iSrssj. isicle a modest pennons of Watson ha $'.; f peers unspoilefcii1 ;< iytfsgjjjfc [ ires in j ota yacht designer, and pyomis-1

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BOUND TO GET OUT OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

BOUND TO GET OUT OF IT. MRS. BLINKS (aiter breakfast): " lly dear, I wish you'd step into Big£, Store, and Co.'s and order seven-eighths of a yard more of that cloth I got yesterday, and three-quarters" .Mr. Blinks : " I'm afraid I'll forget if you give me the items now. Just speak to mo over the telephone this afternoon." Office Boy (in the afternoon): "Please, sir, Mrs. Blinks is at the 'phone, and wants to talk to you." Mr. Blinks (hurriedly): "Say-er-tell her I'iri drunk."

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Lord Chamberlian. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

iotii fih&nsfcerlaiii; An iju '. t&o Lord Chamber lain, $£fe K,*it-?ory ami Duties," appears in th&SCov-ste-tit'r utJHiber of the " Wind sor la /which the -writer states .thai {rii?> Lord Chamberlain floes not oi'teji ro interfere in the matter of plays ^ifevly. since if the Examiner finite, ojj re^diug a play, passages whica he conaid^r^Vof oa objectionable charac ter he catwjcllti wsili the author or the inauas>>ir tt$ U.'; thpjrtre 'where it is pro pose/1 t« SHjotiTice the play, and satisfac tory rcuillvif cidns are at once made. Auioag t£h; p'ay-s which have been re jected. by fcini de®artnnent he mentions " J.uOi Xiwjjp.twV " Oliver Tavist," and " C.antlfe >V "riie la iter was refused in lS-"33t -iaS h;Mm iu 18T>9, but has since Ibecil.-sanctioned;

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The First White Man in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Tlie First WE'.tc ISan in Soutli Africa. Mr. .f. de Villiers ttoos bus just eoni pietecT for tlie Society Jong Zuitl Afrika :! :worb «>f^;reat. importance to the South African.'ItepTiblic. and, in fact, to the whole of South' Africa. He has copied foi' Hie .society the diary of the livst Hvhitermj^i w'iitf ewtvUvrd the Transvaal. The story'O? tijt: Tricharac march from tfcr! ('Ape Colcsy rhrotijrh JSourpausber:: to Ueuisou liny it,' combined m thx; diary. KUrii ja is ift.tU? fc.tnd'vrllinjf of I,<;nis 'CrkteKtVt, oraUth'.fctlii-T of the Commandant: Of; Tiie . trek combed oryrftullfy tw*> cVjm. ti>* Trichardts and tl*e TijenSberi:.-? ; luu^ey quarrelled in the JN-ortit, and tiie Keiw. Dergs. trekked through w , and they were never seen .isjsiis. It w.iii subsequently nscerfcuned that Hie whore claa bad been .massacred .by. a Matabele impi. The Triebardts -beard this in . Zoist pansbers as a rumonr anions the. Kaffire. and they also heard that tftft Mattfbele were ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
He Struck Another Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

1 He Inother Match* There js h, jjood story solus the rounds of Bishop 'iViiiuer. a well-known United Staios divine. One of his friends lost a dear}?- bsiovpd wife. and. in life sor row, wiffiajSMi these i-v'ertls to 'be inscribed on i-ir^bstone: "'The light of mine eyes, z&vie oyt" The (bereaved married nnV-i'u j. year. Shortly after vt-aKtis 'was walking through tiht' :;rj. >Vyarl witil another gentleman. "When h!H\y ..raved at the tonilb, the latter icd, the Bishop .what he would saj- o2 tlir* present- state of affaire, in vien1 of *ti\? .words on tihe tomtetonc. "I thtokr* said the Bishop, "the words . Bill ' 5 ave strack another match' should nc ^ddetl"

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Home-made Smelling Salts. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Home-made Smelling Salts. One 'may have a fancy to fill her own bottle -with smelling salts, for which keep a pint of liquid ammonia in a small bottle with a glass stopper, and to it put one teaspoinful each ci oil of rosemary and English lavender, with half as much oil of bergamot and of cloves. Have all bottles for perfumery and extracts per fectly clean and dry, rinsing lastly with alcohol, for thecleast drop of water may make the liquid look milky or turbid, and may lead to fungus in toilet water. Per fumes should be tightly closed with glass steppers, and kept dark and cold in well filled 'bottles, not to lose quality.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bull-fighting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

i; Bnli-Qghting. The Qnt-en &£ Spain looks with terror \iilion t'.ie sport of her people iralktSglitbij;. She-bogged that fehe little ;KiT)g jiiight'iie excused .from looking at 'the eroel utwrt of xiiv arena till be had anaine'l Iiis tenm birthday. To this rlie "^aaiardsi sravvj 'ii; very - unwilling consout^' ana, »o s'oonc*, bad yoB.njr.Ai pboasc>.vtMebrated.liIs;iTiiytbday than she 'was reminded that it «riis time for him . to enjoy jj-lie anwseufteiit> of his ances tors. T®e {Jneeri had iruany excuses, ?but finally bail to yield to public .opinion, and the I:rtl>* boy was taken to the bull fight. Hi v.*;: Crhed ;t in a stoical man ner, seeming .wither to enjoy nor disap prove, and iliis indifference was most .dissappoinin^ to the Spaniards. He de parted fi-'jm a time-'honoured eustoan in .'not rewA-ditte* the .«ueeessfnl .matador, and, taktn altogether, IvinS Alplionso's ?first bullfi^iK seams to have been a. fjilvn'e. "

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lord R. Churchill's Son in Cuba. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

LOM1 It. Churchill's Son in Cuba. Army and Xavy Gazette" states j^ti yonuji KnjiIUih cavalry officer ^arrived at I lavaua to seek iier ? serve at the headquarters of 'iJartinex Campos - during the Cuba. is second kV.' iii.-ftm L. Clinrcliill. Queen's Own jt>ii of llu' la to Lord Itan kl.ienrenant Churchill \>nd joined his regi es t year. £ ill n ease in jm beliiud . the f ol- I lireil heard

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOME CLEVER IMPOSTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

SOME CLEVER IMPOSTORS. THE number of impostors is legion. Nearly thirty years ago, the late Mr. Spur gean delivered a remarkable lecture, entitled, "Counterfeits." He made a great lilt; albeit, bis racy application of the sub ject and mine may, as in t'na present .article, be confessedly . different. I xfifar not to theological backsliders, but to cer tain of tiio UHist astute characters that ever disgraced humanity. One wretchedly'dull, drizzling morning I happened to be in the vicinity of tlic Kdiruni o-road Station of the Metropolitan Uailv.-ay. I was then at College " keeping terms," and' on that eventful morning was out fur « stroll in search of certain books which would, I knew, prove of signal servico ro me in a forthcoming professional exami nation. Curiously enough, I happened to meet a U'i'iit.Si.iii.ui for whom I entertained the liiir-'iest ;io>.sil)lo regard, and whose benevo lence towards the suffering poor' was known far and wide. \\ ith »rac slight, showptcrjcianas...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Happy Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

A Happy Thought. 'A ceatain Glasgow minister lias be : tlionjrJij i)iiu that the members of Iiis r congregation have stomachs as well as son Is. ' So lie Jtu < instituted a refresli "nient y(30111' on the premises?, where his flO(;k ,Ciiu refresh themselves 011 tea and Sweatli^nd butter "between sermons." .The ; innovation is especially popular with tfefe ycmnjior members of the con gre^athin-of both sexes-anil we shall 1>e inn^h $urpri>eil if the bread which the--minister has east upon the waters <lo^s nr»t..rettirn to liiui after a certain nuiifeetof flays in the shape of weildins 'fees. -> ?

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] NANSEN'S ARCTIC SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

y ? - 11 If!;. NAXSSX'S ARCTIC SHIP. j ir..ls Tur.p'a liar, for May, V$re is an '. interesting account of " LtfSSCs'anscn at Home," by Mr*. Alec. Tv^fie, and of the iTcma. the Arctic ship, constructed for the journey he is contemplating : j A* She *aij) i'na is to be the home of ' Xar.'cr. and hi? party for at least three 1 y[she 'vri;e>], a few word* about her , hoinn-iiice capabilities may noli bo out of I place. She *;s a very wonderful ship in ! point of build, and her strength far ] e:;cc-2tis anything attempted before. Ecery i thin^ has been done to mako hor comfort i able. As twelve brave men will spend | much of their time in the chief cabin, we J will endeavour to describe its appearance. ] Is :s in the middle of the ship, which j h:is two deck?. Oil the upper deck is I a small house or chart-room. This is ) entered by two doors. The ' outer door it very small; one requires to bend one's head and raise one's feet some twelve inches to enterit at nil. Thti stuall of the o...

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GOING TO THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

GOING TO THE jMTtK

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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[?] OF COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

iMgrtlALS OF 'COOKERY. de;irasked Mr. me into the house and iny.isifher heart would jiged," flie sobbed, my little wife 'i" ,ie afternoon milking l^r.eir you were so hysterically sponge

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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