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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
BE ON YOUR GUARD AGAINST THE VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS OF CLEMENTS TONIC SOLD BY MANY DEALERS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS THE BEST, ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. Don't ba deceived or misled into buying any other, or your pains, time, and money are only thrown away. CLEMENTS TONIC POSITIVELY CORES ALL CASES ARISING FROM ANJ2MIA, LIVER COMPLAINT AND INDIGESTION. Mm. W. Howden, Gympie-nJ., via Bris bane, who writes on December 24, 1892 : -It ia with the greatest pleasure I am writing to yon to express my wannest thanks for the great benefit that I have gained from your valuable Clements Tonic, for I have been ill a long time, and I have taken all sorts of patent medicinas, but never got any good from any of them ; sometimes I have been so tow and weak that I conld not get about, afwayn a great pain under my right side, then it would move down my back and I could scarcely stand upright; then I would get a ilizzi ness, I would almost fall down, and I had no appetite for meals, yet I always bid a...
A NEAT [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
"I call it too bad rf&ia'iw?' p' '? f m,VK Mrs. Trefu^s with witajth . ' ?$?, particularly wished to rit'vexf ?*»-.*. ?..rr>»vi :t . tile table d'hote, iu:d now.bfi ts ; 1 ">:l" i places to tha other table." . j " \Th*t has ho done thatit>" ?? i Lambert. languidly. * S° ; '. To make himself dksgreei-cii',.' I ;,.'r ?&lt;! j tbink/' responded the ' isste '^. ?:,&lt; '' ~ muttered something abost 1 -v~\ys; :u' i * arr-ingiujj the tablus.' Ni'wv.-'--- ? j ;">Vby should he want to jj-bt '.X"'X- ? j i Anl! one never kaotra vrbosii tve v.: \y J . these Biviera places." , ./ "* That xs quite true," mu^ositfe*!'in^ S*?tks bsneath hsr breath. " Caa :s ?»:«\: pP pii up j with decidedly second-rate ' " I daresay they will bo &lt;*»»':««* '..'eJ?1 3 Carlo, or something of Cist Mrs. Trefusis. " Well, aay iviv, X ^cteaa to have anything to do wi-th -tfccsEi, W» 1 ; obliged to be pleasant to jh'Cc'Io .}-z » 1 like." . . . V' . , " Certainly not," said Mr...
LONDON, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
LONDON, Thorsday' An Egyptian. steamer foundered in the Red Sea. Sixty' Greek pas sengers are missing. ... >VW - Owing to fresh falls f?ojn ^tjje roof of the workings, it has been found impossible to rescne a hun dred miners who are entombed in the Wilksbore Mine, Pennsylvania. The rescae party have'heard ,$he imprisoned men rapping. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, ;.the anthoress of " Uncle &lt;Tom's>G£kbin," is dead.
A NOBLEMAN'S STRANGE CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
NOBLEMAN'S STRANGE CAREER. Joseph Lodochowski was arrested in a Vienna hotel for stealing coal, clothes, and jewellery. Thestoiy of his career,as told to the Vienna police and confirmed from other sources, is as remark able as anything in the police records. He is a Polish nobleman whose father was exiled for taking part in the Polish revolution. He was reared in Siberia. He escaped I from the convict settlement byway of Mongolia, came back to Europe by a devious route, dis guised himself and returned to Russia' to obtain if possible part of the family property. Ho was recognised, arrested, and sent back to Siberia. After a few years he escaped again. He made his home among the Nihilists in Switzerland. He was injured in the great railway accident near Basel, and obtained a large sum of money as compensation, from which he lived until he went to Vienna. He lived in the Austrian capital by theft. He was in extreme poverty most of the. time, often being reduced to beeging in the stree...
SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
SYDNEY, ... :: 1 ; Friday.... Four children; iiaraetf,;Brichoer have been burnt tG'death'at Ka tooinba. . The mother, whp/.fcup-f; ported herself and five children py' washing, was absent, and the eldest son, aged 11 years, who was left in charge of the lionse, made a fire and then went to meet his .mother, leaving the other fonr children withiu. It" is supposed they played with the fire. Their ages ranged from a few months to eight years. The Premier is nrging the .New castle colliery proprietors to again meet him in conference. 196 officers of .the Post apd. Tele graph Department were, yesterday advised that their services woidd be no longer required. ? The.salaries of others have been' considerably reduced The saving, .effected will be £51,789.
THE STORY OF A NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
THE STORY OF A NIGHT, f It was a cuol momiug in Jtuie^and evwythiiig u?ound Squire Hammond's houMs seimed to try- 1 log; to rival the sunbeams iu brightness. Iho squire sat in his library beside a table covered wth papers. Bat* li ttlo pa&t the meridian cf life, strong, sinewy, intelligent, and kindlj hearted, he was a man in whom,one would at once feel confidence. His wife had died many years before, leaving one child, a daughter, hut a few'months old. With this daughter, now a girl 01 eighteen, he was talking seriously, aud her I*ir f&ce vote a troubled look. Yon aw, suru you really love this De I Xancy* Keieai ?" ? " Ob,.ye»v &tljer," she answered with a blush I M And to-da-yt prosaist d that nitb your couseat I I would be His trilei" ? "Whxt of Matuitw Wyn>an T* , " I refused Hmyesteway.*" " Aod whp,. Heleu ? Is not Maurice all that is noble mid mainly ?* ? - Joi havu known hi»» all your life : have youaverfomui oi>« fla7r in his character - " l'ath...
PRIVATE MEMOIRS OF A COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
PRIVATE MEMOIRS OF Aj CGTJiiT. Ti ere is some 8|>icey reading in two volumrs of the .* vie intirue " uf U»e Court of Versailles in the time of the fifteenth Lvuts. The swarms of courtiers, if described in pl;&lt;in English, would figure as pimps, pandars, procuresses, adulterers, | «pi&lt; 8, intrisu> r>>, Hara. an.l swindlerr, and even ' the author* ss, Madutr^ 3u H&ussct, who wrote ' the memoirs of which this book (Piivata ' Memoirs of Louis XV.) is a translation, j though one of the most respectable wosea ' at Court, was in no way disgusted with the sordid details of the Slug's smsurs. ' or with the deceptions which she practised en ' his victims. Moreover; 05 lady's SSi'vi to his Majesty's chief mistress-Madamo do pcnipa dour-she never hesitated to listen from the j other side of the curtain to tha most private I conversation between her mistress and the Kins ' Nor did tbe Fompadoar object, apparently, for ! the lady's maid says : " Whs-n 1 wa...
CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
CHAPTER nr. | Tho sua bad seemed to pauses for an instant above taa mountain top, and then a shadow had begun to creep down toward the monastery, when 3rBother Benedictus and his companion set forth, with their Jong staves in hand. At a bead in the road they tamed to receive a part, ins blessing from the extended hands of the abbot, who stood beneath the purtal3 of the gate. Then for ths Erst tima Benedictus looked into the ayes of Brother Angelo. " X)o you not know that even death sight follow the discovery oi this violation of the laws of the order ? " "And what is life that I should isar death 7". an3wared Angelo. " To be near him ~vk0'O life I have blasted, to lighten ons singk hour, to relieve one moment's pain, is all I ask." The hands of Brother Benedictus clutched his staff convulsively. At .last ho said, brokenly ». It may be thai' & soul devoted to God's work, in pinitenco and prayer, may yet be saved. IS may be thai this . nsw trial is but to test the depth cf. my...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
CHAPTER II. ' At the monastery of St. Ignatius the /brothers bad finished their morning prayors under the benevolent eya of the good Abbot ; Augustine. The dosing words of the blessing vvere drowmd by the clanging of the bell, tfhich told of a visitor jit tho outer gate. When the portal was opened a man tottered in and fell fainting upon the ground. His clothing was rent in many placcs. His hands were scratch&lt; d and blerdiug as though ho had rushed nindly through bush ami bramble, for getful of self in the delirium of some over mastering emotion. For many days death seemed to hover near but the brothers vied with each other in patient care and. deed* of Idnduecr, and a tire; r.ms when the stranger asked tho good abbot to prepare hini for a life anung th.es, renouncing the vanities or tha world and striving again:! the weakness of the iiesh. His novitiate was .1 faithful one? and becauso lie was noble, unst.-Ifi.-h, snd earnest he was | Seneilictus, thn blessed. But into t...
THE BRASS CRUCIFIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
TE2 BRASS CRUCIFIX, i I .A 5ras.« crucifix* ! ent am! twisted so that the 3saio own it scarred to writhe io tbedresdful aitory of'CMv»iy huajf upon the wall, and this was !!;e story which had clunj to the rood '?ShniuiU four Ions; centuries. 3n.:h;-r Bcrvdicius ovjnod it in the long ago. It had LuHc.i'ron his fjjrdle as be walked along the* cloisters uf monastery, bjgh up ;n thy mountain side, and it bad known the impassion clasp of l.is hamls as he knelt in prayer upon the rohl stunts of the chapel. Among all ths brotlivrs of the ord; r, not one was more sincere in; s.-lf-imue.-'ed hucsiUation, sort st-vero in teeaii;g thy lasts; and nor.a surpassed his in tie multiplicity of his penamv.s. "* He will ilfsVr.'e much in the Grsai Bevond^' said mild-mr.nn: ri d Brother Anton ins*. ? " Dark deads in tho past," said austere Brother Corrrntisn, and both'".vere right.: Brother Becedictus was of noble birth. His mother diel when he was but a child. His father, tho old count, watched the st...
A REAL VETERA[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
A.-.: HEAL, TTETEKANV begun t&lt; write' I»en»8ed upon them^now,' ^'Iwida^ral is 85, "ving been bore in the inure ?float qs jjir. 'fiuifoae. His father )Sarl of Munaito, the last of Wei}jdgt6n?B o0icirsV° served in the Waterloo campaign. 1 Adix.1- Keppel was a midsliipmite before men *'r ^re now 'a their seventies: ireie I oni, ~ flfas engaged in the first China, war, 1242. d P*rt** the next. He com-: n»c..Ii:&lt;( ° Njt'al Brig«te before Sebastopol.; Mi bi'"*a^ a crntury ago he wrote a book on' 3or" ^to 5"°^ oW sailor need be at no ^crr tEdterial to. write a mast interesting atrf°Kraphy«
SPORTING NOTES. [BY CHA[?]AAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
SPORTING NOTES. [Br aA'-; AjiV*-.' In reference to the weights for the. two big Spring handicaps, I presume that 70a have already gone through the list, and doubtless seen the handling of them by one or other of the Southern scribes, there* fore I shall not extend on the subject too long, especially as the first declaration will be due on the 3rd August next, and conse quently give me another opportunity te deal with the subject and see to their special merits. Of course I am not going, at this stage of the business, to try to pick the winner of each of these events, as voa know it is qnite hard enough to pick a starter (let alone a winner), aa mast punteis know to their cost. I will simply content myself with selecting a few-say half a dozen-which to my fancy are likely to distinguish themselves at Caul field Cup time, analysing their weight and performances, with pedigree thrown in. If all goes well with them till then, I have confidence the following will not lower tlieir colours...
A NEW S[?]MPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
A 'NBC . JSEMPTOJT.. *? Mamma: I am worrited abotii-:tTohtin^,' H complains of aserere'hiBadaclia ; aai, 70Otoiow. . he has never been ill before Papa : Never been ill ? He's alwiys'-oriiplau: ing of headache: .' , . Mamma; Ton iaterrnptsd me. I»as goin;: to say he has aeverbesa ill before onaSatorday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
m m. ft 4 4 » I « * 5 s a I it * s « K . ' S ft h a 9 h fa 4 I i M W fe fc ft ?% «j *. © $ O JF SEASON BARGAINS CBAPIA3 & CO.'S GREAT Clearog SALE. The Fame of CHAPMAN'S SALES ha* lieen Lnni» Established. This ao n>nn*4 for the CROWD of EAGER It UYE RS TH R&lt; tNG I SO 1h» \VA RE HOUSE DAY AFTER DAY. THE EXCITESfEXT IIAS BEGUN, Anil we intend ti» lot-j> it up W OFFERING BARGAIN LOTS UNSURPASSABLE. IMMENSE REDUCTIONS In MANTLES, JACKETS, CAPES. WONDERFUL BARGAINS In Millinery, Straw nii&lt;i Felt Hats. Itnnncti, rimrrrs, Ft*nt Ornaments, Ladies* ami Children's Unilcrclntliing. CORSETS. CORSETS. Th« Largest Sto;k, by far, in the Town. IN THE CARPET & FURNISHING DEPARTMENT We are Sothlmly Slaughtering the Stock. Snch Vain, in LINOLEUMS has New Iwen known in Brisbane. The Quantity Sold during the Laat Week is on a Wholesale Scale. Nairns's Best Linoleum at 2s. lid. vanl. Other Qnalities at Ridiculous Prices. 1000 Yards Jute Brussels Carpet at Is. ®...
A MOOD OF MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
MOOD OF MAY. | " That is Marshal Msshagata, the hero of the Haup-La River;" said Jack Filgate. . j ** Aud vlut di es thflt mean ?" inquired Eody Way Kiyuer. regarding (he Marshal with vivid iutt»est. " It was in the war, you know, the war which nia^H Japan. 3he Houp-La River isin China; it divides i5oini-tthi re from Somowtm Blse it is impossib'a to remember thesa Chinese nan-.ep, they are so very much alike. It was r>i.e at the few positions that the Chinese do h n.lt &lt;1, and they fought like demons. Tko Marshal was then a Ettii ral of cavalry. Ho arranged and earned oat bis attack with soch Ixilduess and precisit-n-himself leading the final charge oC the Japanese Life Guards that the ptuitfeb was won, and that victory practi cally decided the course of the war, and made l'i&lt; reputation. Now he is the boas of the Japanese army." *' I siMuld think those Chinamen over there can sca.-cely like to be in the eune .nom with him and see bin mat« so m*sh of." ?* 2 ...
LOCAL INDUSTRIES. ALBERT PARK BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
LOCAL INDUSTRIES. ALBERT PARK BREWERY. If the dictum of tin* poet Byron, that " man, being reasonable, mast get j drank,** coupled with the farther asser tion on the part of the same distinguished authority that "the hest of life is but intoxication," is held to he of any force and effect in our enlightened generation, then it can be said with truth that even thus far inland satisfactory provision has been made by one of oar enterpris ing citizens for the promotion of human felicity, in so far, at least, as. it can be influenced by a copious aiul wholesome supply of that light and spnrkliti£ liquid (with a bead on it) which approximates somewhat closely to the nectar of the Olympian gods. Whether England's most popular poet waa right in the com prehensive generalization at which he arrived with respect to the use of fer mented beverages is mncli too debate able a topic For as enter upon at prescut. Philosophers prefer to take their " tot," while divines and literary controversial is...
SURE SIGN OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
SUKE SIGN OF HEALTH. Worry is a curse and a source of much 1111 Iiappiness. It seams the face with lines ami furrows, and has a most depressing effect' upon tbat liypiT-senwitive organ, the atomapli, which at such times bccomps u most unwilling »ud laggard servant. Indeed it is safe to say that unless encouraged by a cheirful tempei ami hri-Ut, or. at least, hopeful thoughts, the stomach will play truant or sulk and do uo good work. The explanation of this is, »ccoriling to " Scicnce Siftingp," thn close alliance of the great (sympathetic nervi-s, wbicli are wo»e than the telegraph for carrying bad news ; the worry arid anxiety which depress the hrnin produce simultaneously .?» ."-emi-parxlyfis (f tie nerves i>f the stomach. One sign of menial health ;.s serenity of temper and a self-central that en ables us to bear with equanimity the petty trials and jars of life, especially ilio-e arising from contact with ssolding, irascible, irritating persons. I
HOOLAN INTERVIEWED. A LABOUR MEMBER'S OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
HOOLAN INTERVIEWED. A LAIIOUK MEHNER'H OPINIONS. John P. Hoolan is without question one of the most striking personalities in Austral in. In his complex nature the levity of the humourist is blended with the fiery earnestness of the enthusiast. Without his humour Hoolan would be n fanatic; without his enthusiasm he would be a clown. The blending of those two qualities has made John Hoolan one of the wisest, wittiest, shrewdest, and most useful public men in the colony of Queensland. Morally, Mr. Hoolan is a man among men. He is one of the truest and staunchest of friends, and his self-abne gation in order to give Glassey a place in the Legislative Assembly was beyond all praise. A nobler heart than John Hoolan's does not beat in all Queens land. Hoolan is a self-made man, and he mav b; pardoned if now and then he manifests a tendency to worship his maker. He began life as an unlettered miner, and by sheer grit, pluck, talent, and enterprise has passed from the mine to the press, and...
A HUMAN MOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
A HUMAN' MOLB. The human mole :» attracting attention to , Brunswick. He is llie bold man who is to I wriggle through i:li lh« 18-inch sewer pipe re cently laid in the villagu streuts and patch up a!i the imperfect portions. The mail will go tbrougb all the pipe to a point of discharge. It may take three or four wci ks. This pointing of the interior uf this dark cwem is a weird ami nerve-trying work, and requires a man of experience. He has a rubner belt and gues backward. It is damp and close, and he carried a little lamp or torch and a pail of mortar. An 18-inch pipe wi': jus' allow a small man to wriggle. He most li-s prone and keep his kgs nearly straight. Should anytniug happen he wonld be hauled out by the feet and resuscitated.
ELECTORAL REFORM. AN EDITOR ON THE WARPATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 4 July 1896
ELECTORAL REFORM. AN EDITOR ON THE WARPATH. Every year emphasises the fact thnt politics is a mere game of shuffle, and the time is not far distant when the term, politician, will be used as a re proach. We are not sare whether hiding the little pea will not shortly come to be regarded as a more respect able game, and that men who hare a word or a conscience will shrink from risking the violation of either by seek ing to entar Parliament. If the Queens land elector cannot find happiness out side a Fool's Paradise, he need have no fear of deft and willing hands to let down the slip-rails for him so that he can gambol therein to his heart's con tent-if he enjoys being doped, he will find men ready to dope him. But his sublime stupidity goes beyond him in its effects ; it iB not only a grim menace to honast legislation, but it will exalt cunning and duplicity to the rank of fine arts. When the atrong knead man who dares to say what ha dares to do has to stand aside time after time to m...