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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

NEWS IN BRIE& There has been a welcome fall of rani at Toowoomba and other places on the Darling Downs, which will do much good. Damage to tlie extent of JBSOO vnu done by tire at the Orange Tannery, Kedron Brook, on Friday uit; I Queensland pool try sent horns by the Jnmna are highly esteemed. A new Maternity Home, established by the Salvation Army, has been opened at Bowen Hill, Brisbane. The net cost of maintenance of inmates in the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum is a fraction over 4s. 94. per week. Two men named Dower, father and son, were killed by a fall of earth in the Golden Gate mine, near Ballarat. The population of Victoria oil the 81afc March shows a. decrease of 4015 since the end of last year. Daring the quarter the net emigration from Victoria to Western Australia was 9762. - While Dr. Scott Skirving and his family were at Dinner at Darlinghnrst on Sunday, a man climbed up the front, balcony and stole £100 worth of jewellery. Three delegates will visit Queensland n...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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FOR LOVE & FORTUNE: A ROMANCE OF LEEDS. Chapter [?]v. AN OFFER OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

: FOE LOVE & FORTUNE: A ROMANCE OF LEEDS. By Stephen Somerset, Author of " The Earlsford Mystery," " The Tragedy in Milton Buildings,'' "The Mystery of Eversfield Grange," &a, &c. Chapter ss?. AN OFFER OF MARRIAGE. 7THE. rains of I he bonrdinir-house' had ^ Vlf scarcely censed to smoulder cn the day after that on which l he fire took place, I when Ethel, returning to her new lodjings . from a shopping expedition, found a telo.' gram awaiting her. | "Pray sew whafrit is, my dear.-No new j shock, I ho{>e, after all i hat my j>oor nerve? have endui e I these last twenty-four hours," .aid Mr*. Saunders fretfully. Ethel's face darkened as she read the ine&age: Your uurlc died'last hit/TiL Return at once. Affa r* «» cnv/imiou. She briefly communicated '^the news to Ker friend. Contrary to Ethel's hope and. expecta lion, Mrs. Saunders did not ask1 her to remain at Brighton, nor did she even pro pose that Ethel should return'to .her in Leeds after the f...

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WEATHER IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

i WEATHER IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Jane 22. The weather is very cold and pteady rain is falling. The whole of the southern telegraph circuit is interrupted through a heavy fall of snow between Picton and Goulburn. Communication with Vic toria and South Australia is consequently cat off. At Yass and Bathnrst to-day the snow was over a foot deep. Jane 23. There was a heavy gale on the coast yesterday, and shipping operations at the southern ports were entirely sus pended. The cold weather, with rain, continues in Sydney, and over 2 inches of rain hare fallen since yesterday morning. The temperatures at Sydney are particularly low. Before daybreak yesterday the thermometer went down S4*2 on the grass at the Observatoiy, and at day break the reading was 42*5, that is above the grass, not on it. Storms were general yesterday throughout the south-eastern portions of the colony and on the mountains. Yesterday at Mittagong heavy snow fell in the morning, as muoh as 18 in ches being recor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

. Courier' Print, \Charleville. CKREENFXED 8s BARRACLOtJOa, SIGUT EXAMINERS a sn SPECTACLE MANUFACTURERS, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK, , eEOBOE §TBEET, BBI8BA1E. .SPECIALITY.-Sight Testing and Scientific Spectacle. Fitting. ALL SPECTACLES AT LONDON AND CONTINENTAL PRICES. 40LD, SILVER, ALUMINIUM, SOLID NICKEL SILVER AND STEEL FRAMES IN EVERY VARIETY AND ALL PRICES. NO rHAHGE FOR SIGHT TESTING j M j USE ONLY . . \ M } rBK* T" FORD Ss SEXTON'S FEB XIX. DISINFECT A NT. DESTROYS ALL BAD SMELLS. WORKS-WICKHAM STREET, VALLEY, BRISBANE. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. linepence Per Vis. SEE TESTIMONIALS. TAKE NO OTHER, ilikduiarsb, 31-1-91.-I consider the Disinfectant offered to the public by'Mr. Ford pcrfect in every way. and no sick chamber should be without it. I have tried it - in many instances, and never found It to fail.-J. REES, M H.C.S., Eng.. L.ELC.P" Ed THE CHARLEVILLE COURIER. StTBSC X3Z B E TO . Tie Charleville Courier, BECAUSE ? It is a journal containing the late...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

DO YOUR SUFFER from LIVER COMPLAINT, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, FLATULENCE, Or any symptoms of a disordered diges tive apparatus ? If so, there is no remedy in the world BO wife and sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills and Clements Tonic. Don't be misled into wasting time and money on any of the "All-failing" nos trums so speciously advertised by design ing quacks and dishonest rogues. Re member, theso two remedies have stood the test of time, that their merits are proved, and that a few shillings invested on them may save yon weeks aid months of suffering, and, perhaps, pounds of expense, for they have done so in hun dreds of cases, and we will send you evidence to prove our assertions on re ceipt of pour name and address. Remem ber, delay is dangerous, and that every hour you ncglect your case the complica tion increases and a cure becomcs more difficult. Such the cheap quack doctors and designing nostmm compounders; stick to the remedies Clements Tonic and Fletcher'...

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THE CHICKEN CHOLERA. (Thargomindah Herald). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

THE CHICKEDT CHOLERA. (Thargominda7i Herald). As? already stated the erection of pad docks at Diltopper for the purpose of testing the effects of inoculating the rabbits with the germs of chicken cholera has, after considerable delay, been com pleted. There are varying opinions, some emphatically unfavourable, respec ting the suitability of the site chosen, the principal objection being that the greater portion of tho area enclosed is (it is alleged) subject to inundation by the flood waters of the Bulloo. ^ We have not had an opportunity of visiting the place and do not feel qualified to venture an opinion, but there are some phases - of the experiment which claim a share of attention. So far as can be learnt no definite date has been fixed for Mr. Pound's visit. At present- he isbusily engaged in investigating matters in con nection with the tick pest, for the Northern pastoralists bave found them selves confronted by a foe so insidious in ,its attack and so widespread in its rava...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

POLICE COURT. On Monday, in the case of John Armstrong and H. J. Carter v. Win. McKenzie, a claim for half the cost of a dividing fence, a verdict was given for the plaintiffs for £14 fia lOd and £27 respectively, with costs of court and 21s professional costs. On Thursday the following verdicts were given for the plaintiffs in each in stance, there being no appcarance of the defendants: H. O. Neilsen v. Alex. Campbell, dishonoured pro note, £17 17« Gd. Isabella Murray v. Allen Eros., goods sold and delivered and cash lent, £8 3s. M. . OTJonnell v. F. Adrain, dis honoured pro note £15 16s 4d. In the defended case of M. O'Donnell ?. Thomas Riley, n claim for £15 17s for board and lodging, refreshments supplied, and cash lent, a grout deal of evidence was taken, and a verdict given for the amount claimed, with court xastB and £2 2s professional costs. Mr '.Bonrke for plaintiff and Mr Sheldon For the defence.

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COUNTRY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

COUNTRY MAILS; Augathella to'.Tambo, Monday at S ui. Augathella to Charleville, Saturday; at 7 ajn. " Adavale to Charleville, Saturday aad O Tuesday at 5 a .m. Adavale to Thargomindah, Tuesday at 7 a.m. ... i "i Blackall to Tambo, Thursday at.5 ' Barringun to Cunnamulla,, .Monday ,^4 > . Friday at 5 a.m. ' " .V Charleville to Adavale, Sanday at Yaja., '*;.r and Thursday at 7 a.m. ' ? ? ? Charleville to Augathella, Sunday at 5' a.tl ' j?f Charleville to CunnamulIa,Sunday.at7a.Mi inl and Thursday at 7 a,nu. Charleville toi Enlo, Sunday at,5 , - Enlo to'Charleville, Wednesday frt6<un,, s? - Hongerford to Thargomindah^ ToWay^ and Friday at 5 am.' " v'*1 Thargonrindah to Cunnamul!a, Snridaya*i '2F I Thursday at5 a.m. :a ThaiKOinindah to Hungerford, .Mooday * i and Thursday at 5 ajn. , . .. Thargomindah to A^avalej Saturday. at t;7f. . -p. Qalii* 4 . . T t> Tambo to Blackall; TnesdayJ'at 5 *.m.l- "",r Windorah to Charleville, Satwnfaj^iVSaj*.1' Thargomindah' atid Cunnlmnl...

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IN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

m HOSPITAL. I Hospital life,says the Wexlmins'er Gazette, may lie compared to a return to Nature. Here lies unsophisticated man, reduced , to the primal need, _ the effort to continue > alive. Except the elementary division of sex, all divisions disappear ; and the labels ' over the beds by their simplicity remind as : of thab^earlytJay -when " male and female created He them." ' ' 1 Social and educational distinctions vanish in the overwhelming importance' of tba : physical, and a pot-boy with serious com 1 plications excites greater interest than a minor poet whose case is minor too. Dis 1 tinction here depends on naked reality, and 1 over this ideal state of sans cvlotle equality the doctors and nurses stand on guard, like 1 true watchdogs' of the body physical. For the first time the. patient may novr have the opportunity of viewing himself face to face with .the common herd. .All ; that is extraneous and accidental falb 1 away. " * In hospital the man is free at last. Old co...

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SOME SHARP REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

SOME SHARP REPLIES. MANY an eloquent speech has been rained by a sarcastic epilogue. 1 "Do you doubt my evidence, my lord 2" exclaimed a witness to a judge who had seemed to ca>t some doubt upon his exact veracity. "Why, I have been wedded to truth from my childhood." " Yes ; but the question is, how Ions you may have been a widower," was the dry retort. An eccentric Cornish vicar (Mr. Hawker) was wont to allow his church to remain in somewhat picturesque untidiness-a neglect which scandalised a new and very zealous curate, who one day brought a barrow, . tiiled it with all the remains of Christmas i decorations, odds and ends of matches, Sus., ! which he Iia'l picked up in the church, and : tben carted the whole to the' vicar's door. "I. have brought yon all the rubbish I i'have found in your church," said the curate,. reproachfully, expecting to utterly shame j : Ilia carolers superior. " Not all." was the. quiet reply ; " if you will kindly seat your j self on the heap in the ...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

Stems of interest TheoM idea that the hairaof tho hew! are innumerable is thoroughly. exploded. Sotne veins ago a German scientist had the patience mid somehow found the time to make a careful investigation of the subject, and, by taking a sectiun of the scalp and carefully couminj; the hairs on it*, then uuifeiug an estimate, he arrived at a tulerably accurate idea of the number of ; hairs that grow ou the whole scalp. He found that blonde hair was the finest, and that about 140,000 hairs of this colour grow on the average bead; that brown came next with about 110,000, and black fol lowed with 100,000. Red is the coarsest, there being only about 80,000 hairs on the head of " red or auburn hue." An intesesting case of sympathy, among birds is reported in the current number of The Naturalist Journal, and vouched for by the name und address of the observer. A jackdaw by some misadventure got its legs fastened in the masonry near the top of Shifnal parish church. The other jack daws, a...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The nanal fortnighly meeting of the Manicipal Council was held oo Tues day evening at the Charleville Hotel. Pnsent-The Mayor and all the Councillors. The minntes of the previous general and special meetings held were read and confirmed. Inward correspondence :-From Mr. W. Corker, declining to accept the position of caretaker of the bore and overseer of water supply on the terms offered. From the Hydraulic Engineer, Brisbane, in reference ta the reticalation of the town. From the Murweh Divi sional Board, stating that the Audit Inspector (Mr. D. T. Brennan) had noticed, in going over the Board's books, that the Board had not leceived from the Municipal Council its half share of the rent of the paddock and gravel reserve for 1895, and enquiring what amount of rent was so received, the name of the lessee, the amount of rent now being received, &c., and asking for the Board's share of the money. From the Police Magistrate, stating that he had communicated wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

THE SALES-OF THE SEASON IS CHATBAH & GO.'S HALF-YEARLY CLEiitiifi Sale. T'w Prpiwi^N were C1n«l for a Whole I'af '»r tlu» Purpose of REDUCING TO LOWEST rtASH I'RK'titf The WIII«II» of I ho TMMENFK AMI* M WJNTFICENT ST M'K Which is to Im* Sei-ii in (his S|mci>iu . Wareluittf. THE SALE OF THE SEASON IS LOOKED FORWARD TO By Our PATRONS AND FRIENDS, CHAPMAN'S SALES BEING WELL KNOWN FOR THEIR GENUINENESS. THE SALE OP THE SEASON IS NOT A SPASMODIC EFFORT To Raise the Wind, BUT AN A BSOLUTE NECESSITY, A REGULAR OCCURRENCE To CLEAR OUT SURPLUS STOCK Of AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS, Including EVERY ARTICLE FROM BASE MENT TO CEILING, WITHOUT RESERVE OP ANY SINGLE LINE. Strangtfs ant! Visitors are Invited to < THIS SALE OP THE SEASON, To Sccnra SUCH BARGAINS, SUCH EXTRAORDINARY VALUE, As- I CHAPMAN & COMPANY Alone Can Afford to Offer. DO NOT FORGET. THE SALE OF THE SEASON" CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S, THE QUEENSLAND DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. WARREGO DISTRICT BABBIT Hoar ANNUA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

Darnell's Imperial r ,i | ' ER3SBAKS. Bmtir, Stepwf Sfalrsss#, Hofcte U&L SPSC3AL ABaANGEMEMSiOBLARQl f. FAMILIES. ?erms will found gkcsptioaally Modaraf DB. EMALDY, Gernerof Galatea and Wills Streets. lours of Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m.; XZ2p.ni. to 5 p.ml; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. HTMofafLti<jn ppr^ormed every FRIDAY atVp.nK . LOCKBTT& SHELDONj SOUCITORS, te. OFTIC&fc^Opposite Court Hons®. ' " Alfred Street, Chcr!evil?s. SMb, J.F.F.LOCKETT, Commissioner far Affidavits for Nov Soath Wales and Ylrtefla. u ; I! MB. Sv T. BOW BARRISTEIt-AT-LAW, H AS commenced to practise in Charle ville as aLEGAL PRACTITIONER. ""CHAMBERS: Opposite the Court House, Iifred.-8tr«»U" " B.% CARTERIAND CO., CHARLEVILLE, ? F0RWARDIN6, ?ARBYING, 80?#|jSS!GN AND_GENERAL AGENTS, yBoliatfcle. Information on all matters rotating? to Routes, Tariffs, &c. J'LarfsvAccommodation Paddock close to. ^Railw*y. £Sto«£ Received and Tracked. THE ENSLAND IONAL BANK, LIMITED.: ; Incorjjor...

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EXPLANATORY. POLICE V. MCCONACHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

EXPLANATORY. POLICE V. MGGONACHT. A paragraph appeared in the local cotrtmu of oar isstie of Saturday last, in which-referring to the case of the police agninst Oi Wt McConachy for an alleged breach of the. Licensing Act in allowing music and singing on the premised without previous permission having been obtained from the Bench the following statement is made i "At the request of Sab-Inspector Cooper, the Police Magistrate re served his decision nutil certain enqniries were made, &c." We have since ascertained on the best authority that we fell into au error in stating that the decision of the Bench was held over at the re quest of Sub-Inspector Cooper,, as tiie latter gentleman (who had condncted the prosecution) was prepared to accept the decision of the Bench at the termination of the evidence given in the case. It will be remembered that a nice point of law was involved in the case, and (as frequently happens in similar situations, both in the case of Judges as well as ...

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WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

WEATHER AND STOCK. The only stock passings we have heard of this week are 202 high-class rams for Biddenliam station, from Hew South Wales, J. W. Neilsen ngent; 500 rams from Boononke, for A,von Downs, J. Rappen in charge, J..W. Neilsen agent; find 1000 speyed cows, from Bnlgroo for Brewnrrina, now past Adavale. Mr. N. J. Wester«jaard Neilsen, general forwarding, commission, and stock and station ngent, Charleville. reports I have information from districts west of this th:it the weather is very cold, grass dry, and getting scarcer in the open country. From portions tliat are sheltered reports are more favourable. Locally, weather is as aforesaid. Stock in- general are holding their condition fairly well. 1 have 1000 speyed cows, fats and forwards, travelling for sale towards Riverina, by Cnnnamnlla. I received by rail 202 rams for Biddenliam station, and 500 for Avon Downs station. The former are from th» famed station Wnnnamurra, 4 tooth, heavily woolled and well grown. The Avon D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

DAVID DTJNLOPS COLUMBIA, Mannfactnred in Petersbnrg, Va., U.S.A. EVERY CAKE HAS A PAPER LABEL AND EVERY FrG A SMALL OBLONG RED TAG BEARING MANUFACTURER'S NAME AND ADDRESS. . To be had of iill respectable Storekeepers. Wholesale only from A. JHL. UERTZBEftO & CO., CHARLOTTE-ST., BRISBANE. WHITE, IACBHERSOH, 4 CO, StodE, ilatitfDj ?oiiimiss!on,> and JFor wardiu^ A^eiifSi : . -A.TT CTIOITE B K S* . i CORNER OF '. WILLS AND ALFRED STREETS (AESCHIMANN'S HOTEL), C S A. RLE Y I LL IE Good-rad .Secure Piiddoefcs. Mock Taken oa ^flitpeat, Huo Owice-r ST. GEORGE. BRANCH OFFICE : BOLLON. . ) HiH, Cliirk, & Co., Sydney. 0 J Tlie London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. THEB0DRKE MEAT PRESERVING 60, LIMITED, IS prepared to treafStock on Owner's Acconnt at the following charges : Cd per head Sheep ; 4s 0d per head Bn I locks ; 4s |ter head Cows. The offal to belong to the Company. Casks provided for Tallow at cost, The Company is prepared to preserve meat on Owner's Acconn...

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THE LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

THE LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. (I.) 8ulwcrib«ni whodvnot girt upmt iwiii* to tlu'euntnry are con»idered ait k inhinjr to continue their Mibacriptiona. . (2). If. Mibscrilwrs onler the di^con ti'iuanca of tlicir jn*rioilic*I*, th« (inhliidm may continue to nriiil' them until arrant ?r« paM (3) I£ '«"iti*criher< ne^la^t to continue to Uk* liirir periodicals from- the offie.-* la which'they ute .directed-they xreheld rMpinaih!* until tlioy Iwve settledtlreir hilla, anil ordered >tliem to lie discon tinued.' (4.) If unbscribera move to other places withoat'informiiig the publishers. ami the p»p«ra nr» sent to their former directions, thay are responsible. (5.) The Courts h:«ve decided that " re hmng to t^ke the periodicals from the .Rice, or removing or leaving them uncalled for ia prima facie evidence of intended fraud."' . («-) Any person who receives a news paper and makes use of it, whether ho has .rderedat or not, is I'eld inlaw to be a iubwrib«r. (7 ) If mbscribers ...

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SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 June 1896

SYDNEY* ' . Friday. ; Tlie Cabinet will in afew\liiygV fix the release of the Mooirit B|nnie prisoners. .. .

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