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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Municipal Council. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Charleville Municipal Council was held at the Charleville Hotel last Tues day evening. The Mayor, fAlderman Aeschimann) occupied the chair, and there were present Aldermen Arnold, Gibb3, Brennen, Armstrong, and Adrain. COEUESFONDENCB. Tho following inward correspondence wa3 read: From Mr. W. Corker declining to accept appointment as overseer to the water main at £2 per week. Two letters from Hydraulic Engineer in reference to reticulation of town. Murweh Divisional Boarri, in reference to the rent of Divi sional Board Paddock. Police Magistrate, Mr. J. Vivian-Williams, concerning re pairs to water-tables. Messrs. Cobb and Co re plumber's license. Mr. .T. Roche submitting copy of plumber's reference from Messrs. Dampsey Bros. Sydney. Murweh Divisional Board, allowing the i Council the nse of Board's horse and dray Mr. IT. J. W. Neilsen, Charleville, re pndiatins the statement that he applied for a plumber's license. Queenslan...

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

J. H. 6ED0ES, BIRT, & CO., LIS., BRISBANE, SYDNEY, FRANCE, LONDON; ■^TxtiL Ctoaxtn rteintaJ. jfiLg^ncies. mmS Company is erecting a large modern Freezing and Chilling Warehouse on Musgrave ■A. Wharf, South Brisbane, which, possessing an unrivalled position, 13 especially designed for tha reception of stock slaughtered and treated at the proposed DepSt at Charlerille direct into the Cool Booms, and from thence into the Steamers hold, and clearly recognising the importance of morn satisfactory realization have mode extended arrangements for diatrit bution in Europe under expert supervision. Agents fob—NABBABRI INLAND CHILUNCx DEPOT. TENTEBFIELD INLAND CHILLING- DEPOT. Lsssees and Proprietors—COMPAGUEE d' AILEMENTATION, PARIS. „ GOVEBMEHTiMEAT MS PRODUCE MARKETS, SYDNEY „ BRISBANE 2IAREETS, SOUTH BRISBANE OFFICES: 2 FencJrarch. lAvenne, londonl; Macquarie Place Sydney; A.M.P. Buildings, Brisbane. J NO. G. A. PEDDLE, Ghartevil/e. R. L. ARMOUR & Co., Limited, ^ WAREHOUSEM...

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Special Telegrams. BRISBANE, Friday night. THE TICK QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Special Telegrams. Bhisbase, Friday night. THE TICK QUESTION. Mr. Brace, Chief Inspector of Stock for New South "Wales, wKo has been investigating the tick disease in the northern part of the colony for the past six weeks, was interviewed to-day. He said he thought the tick had come to stay in the west of Queensland, hut its progress south might he prevented by constantly re peated dipping of cattle travelling south.

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Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent). BRISBANE, June 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Our Brisbane Letter. :o: " ■ (From onr own Correspondent). Bbisbahtb, Jane 23rd. The prevailing weather stows that it can be bitterly cold even in Bris bane, the city of lovely winters; and the exceptional severity is explained by the experiences down south. Freezing everywhere, mountains covered with snow, trees and telegraph wires broken down with the weight of it while trains are blocked by the huge drifts. Is it bleak Britain or sunny New South Wales we are read ing about P There is a popular opinion that climates are still getting colder. Is it possible the heat of the sun, which we know must be ever decreasing, is doing so at such an alarming rate as to bo appreciable in one generation ? The speculation is alarming indeed, but the inevitable oldest inhabitant cornea in with his solid assurance. There is never any new experience for him. TJnprece dentedly cold, is it ? Only go back twenty years, or it may be forty or fifty or sixty, and the cold was some thing worth talking abo...

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

Wa^regc* Marsupial Board |S ECETVEES and SCALPERS ^re hereby JLttJ notified that KATES OF BONUSES hare this day been fixed as follow®,:—. KANGAEOO, 3d. WALLABY, &U \ BANGAVyOO BAT, 3<K DRJOO, 5s. Th^ Scalps of Dingoes to xnclode a piece of skin from down the nose and the tail joined with a strip of skin from down the back. The fallowing Gentlemen hare been ap pointed Receivers of Scalps. T. P. Archer, Borenda B. J. Bligh, Boothulla T. A. Brodie, Kive Downs John G. Brunno, Tolinesa / \V. E. Connere, Authoring^ A, Cory, lisfowel Downs W- Cameron, Minnie Downs W- A- Ferrier, Oakwood D. G. Patetson, Mount Morris A. W. Jenkins, Mangalore 1>-JT. Leadhetter, Maryval& E. B>. Learmonth, Gumbardo Duncan Love, Dillalah. A. J- Mackenzie, Marweh. T. G. Millar, Langla B. Tnrnbull, BaT^ek Bidley | Williams, Xtierbank J. If. Williams, Ambathalla W, J. Young, Lansdowna . M. H. Arohdall, Yarrawonga I. E. Peyton, Dunstan G. W. Pitt, Gowria J. Raleigh, Biddeoham E.ljVic...

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INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCE. The struggle between Mam Bros., bootmakers, of Christcburch, and the New Zealand Bootmakers' Union, after lasting six months, has ended in the factory being worked on non union lines.

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

N. J. WESTERGAABD NIELSEN, STOCK, STATION, GENERAL FORWARDING, AND C/om -mission. Agent, CTAitTBViiLE AMP UOSVEN. Agsnt for:—Xmti. Lysaglit & Cu., Limited, Sydney. Babbit and Marsupial Netting Queensland Milling Company's "Snowdrop Flour," Brisbane and Roma. JK- Rich ft Coy., Ltd, Sydney and Bourke- Tho Imperial Fire Insurance Company. Wright, Heat on & Co. <Tohn Russell & Co. Artesian Tubing, &c. Wool and Seeds Becdved and Forwarded with all Possible Despatch. HO CHARGE FOB STORAGE. | TERMS ON APPLICATION. ? WIioleMtle & Etetail Saddler. {Sccrataiy the Warrego Paatornlist*' Association and the Mitchell Babbit Board. — :o Jf.B.—K. J. W. Nielsen does not, nor ever did, contract for the conveyance of vroo or 4«*ds of any kind, nor ho* he any indirect interest in any such contrasts whatever, exccpf a* u agent for elirab, and receiving the usual commission* only. Hurafrchinxl only at Thokab HousnA 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON. 4 m &...

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THE CUBAN REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

THE CUBAN REVOLUTION. I Spain is sending 100,000 additional troops to Cuba*

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1896. IRRECONCILABLE FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

THE Cftarlctotlle Cuitta. SatukdaY, Jcke 27, 180G. IRRECONCILABLE FOLLY. " Heb Majesty's Opposition has com mitted political suicide" is the judg ment pronounced by one who, under nominal political conditions, should himself form a unit of Her Majesty's Opposition. But conditions are ab normal—as abnormal as a fatuous policy can make them, and the times are out of joint—as out of joint as " lions led by asses" can make them. By this metaphor, a socialist desig nated the labour position in Australia some years ago. More aptly would it apply to the present position of Labo" in the Legislature of Queensland. Not all those led therein tuny be lions, but few will have the conscience to deny that all the leaders belong to the other category. The nominal leader took the first op portunity to announce that he had been elected—unanimously eleeted— leader of the Labor Party. This when, with the exception of the Labor Party, only six members sat on the Opposition aide of the House 1 Sid this u...

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

WEATHER TOEECAST. Fine weather is anticipated over the greater portion of Queensland, with farther westerly conditions in the oathern districts within the next two days.

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS—1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

CharlevUle Land Court. SITTINGS—1896. Monday, July 6. Monday, August 3. Monday, September 7. Monday, October 5. Monday, November 2. Monday, December 7.

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Friday, 26th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Friday, 26 th Jane. Timothy Somen v. George Charles Wiicocks, resumed. Both solicitors ia the case addressed the bench at length. The following remarks were then delivered from the bench: It appears to the bench that the whole of this. case is confined to the points, whether Mr. Henderson, acting as agent for Mr. Willcocks, and Mr. Wiicocks is responsible far his agents actions, whether he (the agent) in engaging these tiro men, engaged them at 7s per day, the current rate of wage, or whether the agent merely engaged them to go to Charloville, and get employment as soon as they arrived. The bench has to decide whether these men were engaged at the current rate of wages. As Mr. Bourbe truly said we have nothing to do with any other men. The men, Ward, Walker, and Churchward state there was nothing said to them about ?a per day. One was engaged for gravel work, the other to take any work he could get, and the third for the ground work, but they were not engaged as day-workers. The inf...

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STATE BORING FOR WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

U STATE BOEING- JFOE WATER. A scheme for putting down bores at the public expense on grazing farms is now under consideration by the Minister for Lands.

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

DENTISTRY. ERNEST BURTON, "(DULY QUALIFIED) SURGEON DENTIST, 214 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, Will visit Charleville monthly, and may be consulted on all Branches of his PROFESSION at Aeschimann's Hotel on the following dates. JUL? 4th until 7th. Special Attention paid to Painless Operating Artificial Work Life-like and Durable. COMMtTNICATOKS : W. Troup, Chemist, Charleville, and E. Barton, 214 Queen-street, Brisbane. PiAiNOFORTE. ORGAN AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE. A LARGE STOCK of Brass Band Instru ments, Violins and Fittings, Concertinas, Accordeons, and all Musical Instruments al ways on hand. Our PIANOS ORGANS are Specially Constructed and will stand the extremes of the Western Climate. The Toning, Regulating an(1 of PIANOS and ORGANS is a Speciality with us. A thorough!/ com petent; TUNER and REPAIRER Visits CHARLEVILLE at Regular Intervals. Orders for Tuning may be left with W. TROUP, Chemist. Our Stock of Music is very Extensive and Up to Date. BUENELL & CO 0 PIANOFORTE.. Organ a...

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Sporting Column. Adavale Annual Races. From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Adavale Annual Races. From onr own Correspondent. Judge, E. B. Learmonth; Stewards, G. J. Fitz-Walter, T. Foster, P. W. Peeler, K. Clarke, H. M. Roche, H. E. McNiolo, P. L. Tully, and VV. A. CoIIey; Starter, H. C. Pegler; Clerk of the Conrse, W. Martin ; Clerk of the Scales, G. £. Pope. The Adavale Jockey Club's annual meeting was held on Wednesday and Thursday, tho 17th and 18th instants. The weather was beautifully fino during race week, but the attendance was very meagre on both days. Amongst the visitors to the meeting thero were proseut: Mr. and Mrs. W. llobinaoti, of Turretville (S.A.), Sir. and Mrs. Pegler, Milo, Mrs. H. Pegler, Miss McLean, Miss Carter (Charlevillo^, Sir. and Mrs. Knifcht (Sonth Comonpn), Mr. and Mrs. McNiell ('Milo), Misses Camper, Smith, and Quirk (Ada vale), and the Messrs. Pegler (3). Tho racing commenced with the Trial Stakes, and after n very exciting finish Minnie won by a long neck from Lime rick, with Tempest third. Then came tho adjournment for hut...

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CHARTERS TOWERS, Friday. CHARTERS TOWERS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Chabters Towers, Friday. CHARTERS TOWERS RACES. Tbe opening day's racing of the Charters Towers Jockey- CInb, held yesterday, was a great success. The attendance nnmberad over 6000 per sons. The sum of £8155 passed through the totalisator. Black Harry won the big event of the day.

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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

I Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Bbibbaite, Friday. PAELIAMENTABY. In the Assembly yesterday Bills to limit the security of mortgaged pro perly and to make provision for State advances, were read a first time. The Officials in Parliament Bill, and the Government Savings Bank Act Amendment Bill, were passed through Committee. The Inebriates Institu tions Bill was read a second time, and the House rose till Tuesday.

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A FORWARD MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

A FORWARD MOYE. Tins paper has bo frequently con cerned itself in regard to the lot of the selector of this colony that it is unnecessary for us to voice onr thorough sympathy with the projected Selectors' Association in this district. The vicissitudes and difficulties which on all hands beset small landholders in Queensland have been, and are, indeed many; but we Imvr> often ad vised an attempt at amelioration of existing condition*" by coneorted ;ie:ion on th® part of settlers themselves, and united effort in circumstances which can best bi* ventilated by those who suffer under them. it is to be regretted that the Government have not in the past appreciated tin- solector as a factor to the prosperity of a country such as this, to the extent which his value as a colonist nwl settler would seein to command. The conditions under which be has gone upon the land—or rather, en deavoured to stay there when upon it—have been hard to a degree, and the State has not acted the foster pare...

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Special Cablegrams. LONDON, Friday. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Special Cablegrams. Loitdoh, Fnday. CRICKET. The Australian eleven commenced a match against Notts to-day. The weather was fine but the wicket heavy. The Englishmen hatted first. The hatting all round was excellent, no fewer than' nine batsmen getting doable figures. The innings closed jast before the stumps were drawn for 296 runs.

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Our London Letter. WEAK POINTS ENUMERATED. (From our Special Correspondent). LONDON, May 15th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 27 June 1896

Our London Letter. WEAK POINTS ENUMERATED. (From oor Special Correspondent). London, May 15th, 1896. No very material change can bo noted in the position «f things on this market, hnt the course of events have now practi cally demonstrated how matters stand. Although [this is tlio third weak of the series buyers are iu n<> sense winded, and wool sells readily. But while there is a good enquiry values have not altered, and to-day it is clearly to be seen what are the weakest points on the market. Looking at New Sonth Wales descriptions the Rreat proportion of fiue soft reddish, or fairly grown burry, as well as ill skirted parcels, all of which were strongly forced op in March, the relapse to-day is |d per lb. Qneenslands of good character and of fair growth have held their own relatively well, whereas inferior parcels show a decline of quite a Jd also. Western Australians of fair condition and colour are Ad, and wasty red lots, irregular np to reduction. New Zealand me...

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