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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

G. E. Wildie & Co, AUCTIONEERS, I§tock, Station, AMD Cteneral Commission Agreni§, ALFRED-STREET, CHARLEVILLE. GET YOUR RAZORS SET AT W. MCKAY'S, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST, Near ASCHERMANN'S. SH&GELETON&HAHWOOD I R. B. SHACKLETON I 1 GUS. HAM WOOD / Wholesale Produce Ifercbaiits, TOOWQQMBA: BEST House on the Towns for sn^h lines as Hay, Chaff, Potatoes, Maize, Bacon, Batter, Cheese, Fowls, Eggs, &c. WHOLXSAUB O.tfJt'Sr. Correspondence invited from dealers at distance, and Samples and Quotations promptly forwarded on receipt of telegram or letter. MR. SHACKLETON visits Char leville and district monthly. Address : AEBCHIMANN'B HOTEL. J. F. DAVIE, ALFRED-ST., CHARLEVIL LB, T3EGS to announce that he has opened in the premises lately occupied by MISS BANKS, and trusts, by strict attention to business, to obtain a share of the public patronage. FANCY BREAD, CAKES, and PASTRY of all descriptions. WEDDING CAKES made to order. All orders punctually attended t...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE MESSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

CABLE MESSAGES. Latrst advices from Japan cobceru ? ilit? rcvi'iit. tidal w«ve disasu-r in limt country state tlrnt 27,000 lives are estiumlfil lit have been lost, and 8000 ji«l«oiis'were injured. ({..plying to a question in the House uf Common* last. night with regard to lli'e 'Loiter explosion wiiich occurred on hoard the first-class ciuiser Blake while bin*' WHS undergoing a full-speed trial,' and which tMiiM-il. the- dentil . of *>ne Kinki-r and injury t» five others, Mr: G*>»cheu, First L-iril <?! the Admiralty, ? stnu-d Iliat tin- explosion was vanwd hy shortness of water in the lioiler. Mr. ilciiry M. Stanley, the well known African explorer, and now 51.P.. lui North LaiulieJi, is suffering from gastritis, and is in a critical condition. Sir Julinu Paunceforte,- British Am bassador at Washington, lias requested Mr. OIner, the United States Secretary of Sta'e, to lake steps to secure the .relent of Mr. Harrison, the British official »li<> was arr...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

THE LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. (I.) Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue tlieir subscriptions. (2). (f subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, the publishnr may continue to send them until arrears are paid. (3) I£ subscribers neglect to continue te take their periodicals from the offica te which they are directed they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered them to be discon tinued. - (4.) If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former directions, they are responsible. (5.) The Courts have decided that " re fusing to take the periodicals from the office, or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima focie evidence of intended Dfaud." (6.) Any person who receives a news paper and makes use of it, whether Iip lias ordered it or not, is held inlaw to be a subscriber. (7.) If subscribers pay in advance they are ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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HOW TO TAKE UP LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

riow TO TAKE UP LAND. 1. The land agents office is ofcjen dilly f«r the receipt of applications for land |pu*vV'-iin ilit* li-iurs of I a.m. and 4 p.m., .xcrpt Saturday, when it closes at 10 noon. 2. Intended applicants for land should lodge applications punctually at 10 o'clock »n the day tlie land is oped. 3. Insect the lurtd lldfdni lodging- the *pplicatinil it the Lai.ds Office. Dis appointment and money may be saved by ?o doing. 4. IE the land is surveyed write tile nniuber of thft portion oft a piece of paper, a tliat.it vVill not 1m forgotten. r>. Should the land be unsiirveyed ascertain the nearest surveyed land, in order to give the distance in chains to the land required. The starting point of the land applied' for ehmtld be indicated by a in trkeil trei\ or post, at least three feet out of tha groiirtd. tt. Farms mint not have a greater b:-eatfi of frontage to a main watercourse ar road than one half the depth. 7. Eieli applicattin must be signed in full Ijv the applic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

RAILWAY STORES, ITewtow -£2l and. -A.ngreHa.lisu, E. BOUEKB BEGS to uotifv t<» tlie Public that he h:is OPENED his At NEWTOWN (CHARLEVILLE) an.! at ANGELLALA MAIN CAMP, CHARLEVILLE & CUNNTAMULLA RAILWAY, and trusts by civility and strict atteutiou to bnsiuess, to obtain a share __of the Public Putrouage. " ** TEAS A SPECIALITY. All Cri oc«rie§; &c., are lew Stock. BACON AND HAMS ALWAYS ON. HAND. " ' PRODUCE of All Descriptions at LOWEST MARKET RATESi" E. B. having opened a BJlZIZIB'S SSOE .. In connection with his NEWTOWN STORE, is prepared to'Snppiy BREAD and CONFECTIONERY of all descriptions at any time/ ARTESIAN" WELLS; ARTESIAN ARTESIAN BORING. BORING. J. L. WOOD LEY, ARTESIAN WELL BORER* CHARLEVILLE. ARTESIAN BOBINtf.-The undersigned is prepared to contract for BORING of ABTESIAN WELLS in the WARREGO AND MABANOA DISTRICTS. All information re Prices, &e., can be had on application to J. L. WOODLEY, ARTESfAN WELL BOBER, CHARLEVILLE^ ,

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. PROM DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. PROM DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW. TIm members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly have decided to pav th«>rei selves £300 a year. All sorts and conditions who can persuade or be the voters in an electorate to sen'' them to Parliament will receive £300 a year irrespective of ability, honesty, «C any other qualification that should go to secure a handsome screw like that. We are opposed to any salary lieiag paid to members of Parliament except such as each constituency chooses to pay Tor such special representative as such con stituency may think fit to send to the Legislative Assembly for some special purpose. However, the country has decided not only to pay, hut that the payment shall lie £300 a year, or £25 a month. There is no course open but to I submit to tha will of the country, al- | though it is to be feared that this lavish and wasteful expenditure will lead to still further extravagance. A wdary of £300 a year will allure plenty of " scur vy politicia...

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CABLE MESSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

CABLE MESSAGES. Hews from South Africa is to the effect that the Btilimayo Field Forco is to be disbanded, and it is intended to replace it by a force of a thousand doice. The frientily natives in . are reported to be veryrestless. . . "* and CzarinaTi-ive returned , from ifoscow to St? Petersburg," and' made their entry into the citj instate. . It is reported in Vienna that* the' ' Russian Government are .making ar-^ rangements for the issue in Germany of a gold loan to the. amount of from 300,000,000 to 500,000,000 .; loobies. The object of the loan is to complete the corrency reforms recently initiated in Russia. . Nine deaths from cholera bare oc- .. curred among the British troops at AVadv Haifa, on the southern, frontiei . of Egypt. The leading Cretans, who' are co.n-, cerned in the revolt against Turkish - rale, have announced that, unless the Great Powers guarantee the execution of reforms in the country by the Turks, the Cretans will proclaim the union of the island with th...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. Latest by Wire. [PER PRESS AGENCY.] BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 11 July 1896

Latest ty "Wire. | PER PRESS AGKNCY.] BRISBANE, Friday. Iii the Assembly, yesterday (pri vate members' day) Mr.Cross moved the second reading of a Bill to, limit security to mortgaged pro perty. The debate was not conclnded when the Honse rose. SYDNEY, Thursday. The Newcastle colliery owners have announced tlmt tliey have de termined to make no further con cessions to miners, and any pit may start work as soon as it pleases. The Treasurer delivered the bud get speech in the Assembly yester night, showing a favourable state of the finances and a general all-, round improvement in the condition of the colony. PERTH, Thnrsday. Parliament was opened to-day. The vice-regal speech promises ex tensive works in the policy, includ ing a scheme lor the snpply of five million gallons of water daily to Coolganlie, Kalgoorlie, and other placcs. The estimated cost is lialf a-iuilliou pounds. LONDOST, Thnrsday. At the wool sales there was keen competition for greasy merino wools, bnt prices were u...

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ON SECRET SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

OX SEC'IiTiTT S'::tYICE. Dora L'E-trnrge »->* down »t Ihe piano while the ntlivn> nvrts at dinner. nwl 1ft her white, tajicr firgvra rinn jffret'onatelj over tlio ivviy keys. tt was the first tame she bail touched ti.e piano sir.co she ome to Mrs Bro.vu's, nnd her soul 8* em* <1 fairly thirsting forth*: soothing balui of music. From a dreamy waltz she driftinl off int.» »n improirplu composition, and as her fingers flitted faster and faster over the key« her soul seenird to float away with the music until the sordidne s of bcr surroundings was l«st in the haze of sweet oblivion. &sl*e was aroused at last by a sound near the door, and, turuing around swiftly, was amazed to sue that ch« had for an audience every guest and servant in tlio house, to say nothing of Mtv Brown herself* who was standing wide eyed and speccliless in the doorway. It was handsome Will Bentley who recovered first and came quickly forward to tdiera the silence. " Ob, Miss L*£strange, wha...

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THE MIGRATION OF BIRDS. THE ROUTES TO THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

THE MIGRATION OF BIRDS. | THE BQUTES TO THE NORTH. Althongh the mystery of the migratun lit birds is most respects is still a mastery, y< t we know whence nod by what roa.'es birds come to as in the summer. Africa' scikIm, perhaps, tile greatest number. Some of thiso i>tart for England from Algiers and the Mediterranean coast. Others have wintered in tfco Nile Valley, and descending to its mouth-for the Sahara desert is almost as dreaded by the birds as the Atlantic Ocean-skirt the shore towards the Strait* of Gibraltar. Some fly across to the Balearic Islands, and thcncu tluough Catalonia, and down the Guronne Valli-y to the Biscayan Coast. Others pass by Sardinia sad Corsica to the valley of tfao Rhone. But the main body cross at the Straits c f Gibraltar, follow the East Coast of Spain, pass up the valley of the Ebro, cross the Pyrenees near Pampelona, and then follow the Bay of Biscay, till they reach Cape Finisterre. and fly across the darnel to the Lizard or the ...

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TOO INQUISITIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

TOO INQUISITIVE. The inquisitive clerk is everywhere, and everybody lias had an experience of him. One of the genus was *' failed down " in a remark fan ay manner in a suburban chemist's this week. A tall, solemn-looking mau came in and asked for a half-dozen six uuaco bottles. "Bottles V asked the clcrk. "Yes, bottles," responded the man. "With or without corks F' asked he. " With corks," was the response. "Want'em empty ?" " Certainly.*' "And new?"' " Do yon suppose I want bottles you're been keeping strychnine in 7~ The clerk said such a idea bad never entered his mind, and theu asked '. What do yon want them for 'f " To break," responded the impatient cus tomer promptly. " What 7" The customer beckoned to him to lean over the counter, and caught bold of the lapel of the clerk's coat and whispered : .. I wouldn't want the neighbours to get on to it, but I rather like to hear 'em crack. Just a whim of mine. It's better than breaking win dows and giv< s me just as much p...

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JUVENILE THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

JUVENILE THIRST FOE KNOWLEDGE. Bis five-year-old boy was perched on his knee, and the fond father gazed n t him with eyes that beamed with paternal pride. .. Papa," pointing ont of the windowt *' what are those men doing over there V " Bniliiing a hoase, my son." "Why?" " Because they are paid to do it." " "Who pays them for doing it ?" " The man who is putting the house up." " What does he piy "em for ?" " For building the house." "Why?" " Because-wdl, because they would not build the bouse if be did not pay them." " What does the man want the house for ?'' The paternal smile became rigid. " To live in." " Hasn't he got a. hoase to live in ?" " Oh, yes !" "Wbat do's he want another one for?" *. Oh, for o' her people to live in." " What other people?" " Oh, men and women and little boys ;>nd girls !" " Wby do they want to live in the house ?* " Well, tin y must live somewhere." "Who?" f'The people." ..What peopleP* ** Any people." "Why?" At this juncture the innocent, prattling c...

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SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

SYDNEY, Thnrsday. Hyarn Moss, solicitor, ex-Mayor of Moss Yale, has been committed for trial ou a charge of forgery. The arrest has cansed considerable consternation.

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SPICY CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

SPICY COI'HESBONDEJft E Alexandre Dnm.ts frier r» cem-d tlie following note signed by French Count: " Monsieur.-I have tlie luotifnr to prtpo'se to you to associate j-omseli witli aie fu tlie mln position of a. drama. Your liamtt wi!) It^jre by * the sida of mine, you alone roraj^mi; the drama, and I a one dt fraying *11 tlm rjej eiVjm of the fir>t reiirc.-eirUviion. You aWi iiavo ail , the profit*, for i work onl> lor jj' ty " | l nBM replied:-" M'onsaetir.-1 have" iiorer;'.' been iti the habit of hittae^aiug log'tlur in roy carrii-ge a h'jrse ami an as*. I reyp t, ti.< n^iot to be able to accrptyotir vcr> k niVjirojx.iiiiiori.*' . The Count rt>(ii'H<!cil :-" 3t<n»j«ur Duto-'iS,'! -I received yournote of ufuxitl to unite itur' literary |nbour«. Y«-u are nt libt-riy not' to umlerntnnd your own ii.te rents. but do not allon yourself in tlio future lo cali mi: » horse "

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CURIOUS OPTICAL ILLU[?]ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

CUKIOUS OPTICAL ILI.UION\ If you want a good ending to a 1 p-fif . take all ttio gursis into tho dininij-iooiii sirtl tarn out th? Make them nil sit rvcniJ ll p. . table,in the middle of which plnco n SOIIJ> pl-.tu.! Iu tl.e soup plate pnt some cnnirai a s*lt iin,l X little alcohol. I ijjht the alcohol att l th< a look' at each other's f»cts. ThVy Will Itxik natural at f first, but as Ilia alcohol i ut anil the>; s.«it I become* ignited the fiamfl cIiaoBW* trom i yellow to blue. Mid the i-htaiije* ju Iht-. f.-tcen u,t^ very startling. They all lake on a ghastly look. I'.yes stick iui, r>mi the skin looks U though drawn tight liko psichjunti. Then tha ? faces become almost Mack, ami when tho Hams dies out and you go tout fiito a tigUimt n om you i unconsciously try nail «ipu lh« black off, -'uy ? it dcesn't corae. It's all tLo light from Hie I »al6. / - ,

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TELEGRAMS. Latest by Wire. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

TELEGRAMS. Latest by "Wire. BRISBANE, Friday. In the Assembly, the Federation Bill passed its second reading. . At the Ennogera sales there was a poor supply of sheep, which sold well. Cattle were in fair demand. Mr. Jackson, Clerk of Cnstoms, has been appointed acting Police Magistrate and C. P. S. at Thatgo mmdah. The Tick Conference in Sydney is postponed to the 12th of August. Messrs. Gordon and Pound repre sent. this colony. Swanson Bros.' tender has been accepted for the first section of the Hn«*henden-Winton railway," 39 miles ; amount, £61,919. Mr. Jolip Donaldson, M.L.A., is Seriously ill. The doctors have held a consultation, and the utmost is being done.

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SECOND TEST MATCH, AUSTRALIANS v. ALL ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

SECOND TEST MATCH, AUS TRALIANS v. ALL ENGLAND. .The international test cricket match between the Australian cricketers and All England was continued at Man chester on July 17. Splendid weather again prevailed, and tho attendance was again very large, the receipts showing that nearly 15,000 persons paid for admission. The wicket was in excellent condition, and showed no signs of the heavy scoring of the previous day. . The ontfield was also in first-rate order. The match was concluded on the 18tli, and resulted in a victory for the Aus tralians with three wickets to spare. The match was again favoured with delightful weather, and the attendance was again very large. The wicket con tinued to. play well, although it began to crumble towards the close of the play. The following are the scores : AUSTRALIANS-1ST INNINGS. Darling, c. Lilley, b. Richardson 27 Iredale, b. Brigga 108 Griffon, c. and b. Richardson 80 Trottf c. Brown, b. Lilley .5? Gregory, c. Stoddart, b. Brigga 25 Donnan, b....

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

ADELAIDE, Thursday. Constance Victoria, daughter of Governor Bnxton, was married to day iu the Anglican Church to the Rev. 6. Hawker, son of the late Hon.-George and Ludy Hawker.

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MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

MELBOURNE, Thursday. There is likely to be a deficit of £500,000 in the railway revenue for the past year, and considerable expenditnre will be necessary for new rolling stock.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 25 July 1896

ktTNICIPAIi COUNCIL. ihe fortnightly meeting of the Coun cil was held at the CharleviUe Hotel on Tuesday evening. Present-The Mayor (in vlie cliair), and Aldermen Arnold, Adrain, Brcnnen, and Gibbs. The minates of the previous meeting were read and confirmed; , inward correspondence From Jas. Overend and Co., letter and telegram asking for b.dauce due on account of re ticulation contract. From Bonado, Hnd- i son, and Co., Denniore Tile and P«t tery Factory, quoting prices of 350 feet of 12 inch earthenware drain pipes. From Mrs. Rose Henderson, enclosing 8d- iti stamps in settlement of disputed arrears at rates. From tile Murweh Divisional Beard, declining to pay half . the cost of repairs to paddock, as they considered it the duty of the late lessee to leave same in good repair. Also, requesting £'20 on account of rent for present year. From G. Earlier, enclos ing tender for box drain in Alfred and Wills Streets. Outward : To H. Hart, notifying hitn of his appointment as Town Range...

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