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A Police Court Contretemps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
A Police Court Contretemps. In a case heard in the Police,vConrit on Monday last, iu which J. Armstrong sued \V. McKenzie for half c ist of a fence dividing Grazing Farm 158 and the Ara bella leasehold, ilie proceedings were of the usual orderly nature until the cross examination i»f the local Litud Commis sioner, by the defendant', commenced, ivlien a somewhat untoward scone oc curred. The lessee of the run ("the de fendant) contended that tlio boundary fence of the grazing farm under notice overlapped the Arabella leasehold ;i ccr taiu distance at tho point of commence ment, this encroachment running out to nothing at the opposite end. Oa the cross-examination of the Laud Commis sioner by the defendant, witness was asked: " When the Land Board con firmed the amended boundary lines of the grazing farm, did it know that the lino sanctioned by them overlapped the original surrey to the extent mentioned ?" The witness, npon this question being put, grew very excited and exclaimed to d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
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Sporting Column. Adavale Races. [BY WIRE]. (From our own Correspondent). FIRST DAY. ADAVALE, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
Sporting CoIiuMn. Adavale Races. [Br Wire]. (From our own Correspondent). FIRST BAY. Adavale. .Tune 17. L ho first day s racing under the auspices of thu Ad.ivaL; Jockey Club was held to-day. The weather was tine and the attendance good, as also was the racing. The following are the results:— Trial Stakes, of 10 Sovs, for horses that have never won £10 public money; w.f.a.; 6 furlougs. Minnie 1 Limerick (Williams) 2 Tempest (Cavanasjh) 3 Eleven starters. Time, liuin 21vsee. Flying Handicap, of 20 Sovs, and 5 Sovs for sezoud horao ; 0 furlong. Presto (Williams^ 1 Little Dinah (Askew) 2 Musket (P. Tully) 3 Eijjht starters. Time, Irain 211/osec. The Woodhatch Trophy, value 20 Sovs; once round the course. Leo ... , (Mr. A. G. Pugler) 1 Cannon (Air. Ryan) 2 Lauristina ... (Mr. J. E. Kennedy) 3 Time, 2min lisee. Winter Handicap, of 15 Sovs; mini mum weight lOst; 1 mile. Thrue Up (J. E. Kennedy) 1 Parteena (Euan) 2 Careless (Collie) 3 Ten starters. Time, linin 52sec. Selling Race, of 10 So...
SECOND DAY. June 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
SECOND DAY. June 19 th. The second day s racing took place yes terday, and was successful. Presto won the double, Flying aud A.J.C. Handicaps, under protest. The results are as fol low JVo-teak-oli> Stakes, of 15 so vs., for two-}ear-old horses only; sweep of 10s each from starters for second horse; weight, 8st 71b, 5 furlongs. Scamp (Williams) 1 Jester (Dobbin) 2 Mavonrneen (Oavanagh) 3 Ten starters. Adavale Jockey Clttb Hasdicap, of 35 sovs., and 5 sovs. for second horae, 1$ miles. Presto (Williams) 1 Little Dinah (Askew) 2 Musket (P. Tolly) 3 Twelve starters. Time, 2 min. 521/5 th sees. Fitz-Walteh Teophy, value 20 sovs A welter handicap for horses which had been the bona fide property of members of the club prior to the 19th March, 1896; to be ridden by amateur rider3. Minimum weight, lOst. Once round the course. Lauriscina ... ... (£. Kellett) 1 Minnie (P. Tully) 2 Gannon (J. E. Kennedy) 3 Six starters. Time, 2min. 4secs. Blackwatee Handicap, of 10 sovs. Minimum weight, 10at...
TO THE EDITOR. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
TO THE EDITOR* THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. tint,—.Now that the new building form ing the addition to the hall of the School of Arts is nearing completion, a few re marks as to its usefulness will not be oat of place. 1 think it is a credit to the members and management, post and pre sent, of the institution when wo come to think that there are only about fifty mem bers upon the roll paying a yearly sub scription of £1 or 53 quarterly, the only assistance to which income is tne Govern ment subsidy. Regarding expenses, that of newspapers and periodicals— and I do not think you will find a better supply this side of Brisbane—the expenditure is considerable. Then the secretary's asflary, firs, light, and £15 per year for books, ata further drains on the revenue. Up to the present the accommodation has been anything but first-class to induce new members. When the addition is com pleted, with a reading room 24 ft. by 24 ft, A cc mfortable smoking room 15 ft. by 13 ft., a library 24 ft. by 13ft, a...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
Current Events. ;o: TllC West End Browel'y, which dons an extensive trade with the inland districts, is evidently not in accord with the present rail way rate?, for wo learn that two horso teams left Brisbane lust week for Toowooinba and Dalby, loaded with West End beer. The carriers made fust trips to tlieir respective destinations, the arrangement proving satis factory on both eides. Holders of tobacco licenses will require to nenow their per mits at the Court liouso before the 30th instant, on which date those at present in currency will expire. ClAEKE'S "VVoltED-FAMED rlllX1' ruitE.—"Tlic most scan-lung Blood Cleanser that science and medical skill have brought to light." Sufferers from Scrofula. ScurvyJ Eczema, Bad Legs, Pkm and Blood Disease*, Pimples, and Sored of any kind are solicited to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of wonderful cures liave been effected by its Sold le very where at 2a 9d per bottle. Beware or worthless imitations and snbstitnt«s_c ay advanc...
Week's Wiring. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
The Dnko of Devonshire took from I Townsyille for London 611 tons of frozen ! meat. and gold to tho value of nearly 1 Mr. Castling, junior member for Towns villt*, was entertained at a representative slathering there prior to his departure for Brisbane. Tho Defeneo Force camp at Towusville broke up on Sunday. Colonel Gmtter, the Commandant, had ;i nasty accident ;it Townsvillo owing to his horse falling, but although he was much shaken his injuries arc not serious. Tho Rockhampton Hospital ball, held on tho occasion «>f the Governor's visit, resulted in a net profit of £200. •\fc this Tivoli Theatre, in Sydney, on j S -.iHi-iUy night. a young man named Gill, trying so ::!anibi>r into a seat neac tho front of tho gallery, fell over iut>l the t-ta!l&lt;, U r.ih'y injuring a man named Neanler, whoso spine was fractured, l>ut G'iil himself escaped with a slight hruise. Strenuous efforts are being made to e^tab'ish tlie sugar-beet industry at 'iViit.-ilK-ll, and capit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 June 1896
Business XFetlces. (HE oueesland NATIONAL BANK LIMITED. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1863 BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT i OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribes Capital ... £1,280,000 Paie-up Capital .. £867,110 9 8 THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL bajjk, Limited, grants Drafts on its Branches and Agents; negotiates Bills against Wool, Tallow, Hides, Copper, Tin, etc., etc.; Purchases and Advances on Gold ; Discounts Commercial Paper; makes Advances on Ap proved Security; receives Deposits and allons Interest thereon according to arrange ment; and transacts all other usual Banking Business. J. m. SIMPSON, Manager at CharlevOIe DR. KIRKALDY, Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. flouts of Consultation:—9 a.tn- to 10 am j 2 p.m to 5 p>i&.; 7 P'tn. to 0 p.m Vaccination performed every 3tbiday at p.m Mr. H. t. Sotirkd, BARRISTER- A t-la W, HAS commenced to practico in Charleville 1 as a LEGAL PBACTITIONEB. i hambebs. opposite the Court House, Alfred-Street. LOGKtTT & SHELDON,| 'SOLICITO...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896
Current Events. Hard and soft corns cannot withstand Hollovrav's Corn Cure; it is effectual every Get r» bottle at once and be ffirSosTor s;tutilery or any des.'rip tion. Always a lurgo and varied stock to choose from. Splendid display of double | bngsy harness on bolli nickel and brass mounts, ready oiled and fit for use at low j prices. Address—Jfext to A. .Tcanneret, walehmakcr, Alfred Street.—Advt. A VEiir important announcement to small liuul-liol.le™ appears in our advertising columns. The notice invites selectors to I it( tend a meeting to be held on Saturday | next, lo consider the advisableness of form ing a Selector's Association in the district, I the aims of which are to be, we believe, similar to those of the Worrego Selectors Association, of Cunnamulla,, and a kindred body in St. George: "The reduction of rents; the alteratiou of the existing conditions of I residence and fencing—both rabbit proof and ordinary; the acquisition of water by boring, and Government assista...
FOREIGN AFFAIRS. RISING IN MASHONALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896
FOREIGN AFFAIRS. m RISING IN MASHONALaND. The Christians in Crete are refus ing to accept Turkish relief. The native outbreak in Maahona land has assumed, serious proportions, the whole country having risen. Re lief is anxiously awaited at Salisbury. Many whites hare been murdered. Fifty thousand rounds of Martini Henri amunition have been looted. Port Charter is surrounded l>y the natives) who have seized the cattle be longing to the residents, and killed the cowboys. A patrol under Colonel Plainer ban killed 30 natives, and burned 200 kraals, recapturing also 700 cattle.
Legal. Police Court. Monday, 22nd June. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896
Legal. Police Court. Monday, 22nd Jane. I Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. f-' Breach of Fencing Acr of 18C1: John Armstrong and H. J. Garter v. William McKenzie. Mr. Lockoti fMosara. Lockett and Sheldon} appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. R. H. Dyball, Roma, for the defen dant. Mr. Dyball applied for the two cases to bo heard separately, and submitted ' that there was no authority to hear them together. The Bench over-ruled the objection. . John Armstrong, on oath, deposed that ha is a selector, and took a selection, a GrazinsjFarm No. 158 on the Arabella rnn and his selection had been confirmed. He known grazing farm 155, which is held by Mr. H. J. Carter. There is a road be tween his grazing farm and grazing farm 155 It is bounded by the western boundary of Arabella rnn. Be had seen an amended line of survey, and had seen surveyor's pegs every ten chains. He wa3 there when the surveyor, Mr. McFarlane, was surveying the line, and he erected a fence on that line along the wh...
Small Debts Court. Thursday, 25th June. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896
Small Debts Court. Thursday, 25th Juno. Before J. Virtan-Williams, Esq., P.M. j Alichael O Donned v. 4 nonius iuiey, board, lodging, etc., £15 17s. Mr. H. T. Bourke appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. C. F. Sheldon (Lockutt apd Sheldon) for defendant. The evidence of plaintiff, £wo of plaintiffs witnesses, and of defendant, haying lieen heard, the Bench gave a verdict for plaintiff fo;: the amount claimed, with 03 tid costs of court and £2 2s professional coats. H. O. Neilscn v. Alexander Campbell for amount of dishonored promissory note £17 17b ad. and os (id. costs. Mr. II. T. I'uurke appeared for tiie plaintiff. Kb appearance of defendant; verdict for plaintiff with 5s 6d costs of court. Isabella Murray v. Allen Brou. for tho price of goods sold aud delivered, and cash lent. Amount claimed, £8 3s. Air. II. T. Bourko appeared for plain er. Ho appcaranca of defendant; verdict fop plainti#' fq? amount claimed vritli us cost of couet. I Timothy Sowers v. Goorge Charles Wiilcocks for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896
J. R. WILLIAMS, RUBBER STAMP MANUFACTURER, Care -of - "CHARLEYILLE - TIMES" - Office, - Alfred [- Street, - Charleville. Letters (Promptly Attended to. All Parcels Forwarded per Parcel Post. WELL! " CHARLES' WELL! H COURIER BUILDING, Opposite Finney, Isles, &• Co., EDWARD STREET, BRISBANE.