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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 July 1896
Stock and Station. Bqoattara, ^ gen to, Drovers, and others mating to publish reports of stack sales,stockmovements, and ram (alls, which have token place in their respective districts in this column, will kindly forward the in formation so as to reach this offlc* not later than Friday evenings, in order to ensure its publication is the following day's issue. Times OHce, Friday. Since our last report ao great change has taken place in the weather. The nights have continued cold with severe frosts and the days moderately mild. Dry feed and water, aa far as reports go, appear to be good throughout the district. For stock move ments wemuat refer our readers to the foil and comprehensive reports supplied by local agents. Wool continues to arrive in* small " quantities, and the total received during the week at the railway station comprised consign ments from Charlotte Plains, Tenham, and Maroo stations to the amount of 104 bales. At the time of going to press the weather is delightfully...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 July 1896
Bndness Hotlces. I HE OUEESIAND NATIONAL | BANK L1MITEQ. Incorporated under the Companies Act. 18C3J BANKERS TO THE GOVJ5RNJ of QUEEasrsLAiro. STTBEaEIBKI) CAPITAL ... £1.280,000 Patd-TJp CAriTAl. .. £867,110 91 nrnns qukensland nation.] A BANK, IasnrsD, grants Drafts on Braoclica and Agents; negotiates Bills ngaiil Wool, Tallow, Bides, Capper, Tin, cte., clc Purchases and Advances on Gold ; JJiscour Commercial Paper; makes Advances on A] proved Security; receives Deposits at} allows Interest thereon according to arrangl raent; and transacts all other twual Baniiir Business j. u. simpsoS; -Manager at Charlevillo DR. KIRKALDY, j Corner of Galatea and Wills Streets. Honxi of Consultation:—0 a.m- to 10 am ; 2 p.tn to'Bp.m.; 1 p.m. to 9 p.m TacdoaiioB performed every t'iHDAY at p.m "Mr. H. T. Bourke, BARKISTER-AT-LAW, HAS commenecd to practice inCharletvJtto . m a UEGAl PBACXITIONm HAJOEBS. opposite the Court House, Alfred-Street. LOGKtTT & SHELDON. 'SOLICITORS, &C., Off...
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 4 July 1896
revenue and expenditure The total revenue of the colony for the twelve months ended June was £3,641,583, or an increase of £288,411 compared with ■ the corresponding period of last year, and £171,695 above the Treasurer's estimate. Last quarter's expenditure shows a large comparative increase in conse quence of certain heavy payments belonging to the financial year, which usually are not made until after the opening of the new financial year, (being made before the 30th of June. The excess of revenue over expendi ture for the year just closed is £73,636.
Selectors' Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
Selectors' Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. A committee meeting of the newly formed Selectors Association was held at the Telegraph Hotel on Saturday after noon last, the members present being Messrs. E. A. Hnngerford (in the chair), J. Armstrong, \V. Yeatea, J. Akers, C. Arnold, and Spry. Mr. J. J. Moloney, of the Cunnawulla branch, was also in attendance. The proposed rales of the association, as submitted by the Cnnnamulla branch, ware considered at some length, several modifications and alterations being recom mended for ths approval of a general meeting.
Ball in the School of Arts. FAREWELL TO THE REV. P. CORRI GAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
Ball in the Sciiool of Arts. FAREWELL TO THE BET. P. COBBI ©AN. A very enjoyablo dance took placa in the School of Arts on Thursday night, and da spite the somewhat threatening aspcct of (ha weather there was a large attendance. When confirmation was given to the rumour, same weeks back, that the Rer. Phillip Corrigan was about to be transferred from the Char* leville district, it was immediately decided to hold an event of some publi: character as a farewell to the reverend gentleman. This took the shape of the bull under notice, as being the most popular form of entertain* ment. There were folly seventy-live-or eighty persons present, the room I«ing comfortably filled without the inconvenience of crowding The floor was in perfect order, and a pro* gramme of 20 dances was got through raosi) enjoyably. The feature of the evening was the music; which t»as given by Messrs. Douglas (piano), Carrell (comet), and Dig nam (violin). The abilities of the two last named gentlemen are sufEcio...
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
Interesting Items. Some poets seem to be afraid that a laurel wreath won't tit on short hair.' The Premier of Victoria, the Hon. George Turner, has had t&lt;> abandon his bicycle. He mastered the art of ridiug easily enough, but when he came to battle with the traffia in the streets ha found ha was too short sighted to b« eafu, Photographic portraiture, save mi 4mar ican contemporary, is a morn complex operation than it used to bs. A fashion* able woman takes many gowns with hisf to the studio, and tries them on, so that the artist may decide which salts her best. Her hair is dressed in various ways nritil the most fitting " coiffure " for the contour of the head is ascertained. All the possibilities of tho subject sirs studied including the environments and acceaoriss of the picture. There are thirty-seven cotton-spinning mills in Japan, with a monthly output »f some 21,000 bales. After the lapse of over a century, Flora MacDonald, whosa resolute daring in ac complishing...
Murweh Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
I Murweh Divisional Board. An ordinary meeting of the Mnrwch Divisional Board was held at tiie Boards Otlice last Tuesday, at 2.o(> p.m. Present; Messrs. DuucauLovo (chairman^, J. Part ridge, A. Band, G. VV. Peyton, J. E. Raleigh, an«l A. J. Macfcenzie Tiie minutes of the previous meeting wero read and coulirmed. COiatESt'OSDESCK. The following correspondence was read and dealt with- Inward:—Colonial Sac rotary, in reference t&lt;» a difficulty between the board and Mr. J. G. Green, concern ing £25 overpaid to Mr. Green wliila acting as chairman, and stating that Mr. Greeujought to refund thu money, but it was not the duty of the Minister to suggest to the Board a way out of the difficnlty. Town Clerk, Charleviilo, ask ing for use of horseand dray. Herdsman, Angathella, stating that many moba of travelling stock did not go through that town, but travelled via a new surveyed j road. Messrs. T. P. Archer and T. A. Brodio, apologizing for non-attendance, i A Chinaman, YValla...
Sporting Column. Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
Sporting Column. Lawn. Tennis. An event which lias some interest for tho tenuis players of the district was completed on Saturday last on tlia courts of tho Charle villo Tennis Club. This was the final sot to determine tlxe winners of the Challenge Pairs, an eTeut which was started in co trace tioa with the club's tournament in raca week, and which, owing to the want of time, had to be left unfinished. The contest wus open for any pairs of lauies and gentlemen as double players, to bo played off without han dicaps. Five couples entered, and at tho closo of the tournament there was still one set to be played, the contestants who were then unbeaten being Miss Tully and Mr, Gallagher, and Miss Carter and Mr. Sheldon. It was arranged that the final should be played on Saturday last, and after a most exciting finish, the games going eight all, with numerous deuces in tho last came, the set was won by Miss Carter and Mr. Sheldon—9—8. We understand no trophy is attached to the win, tho eve...
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
Stoek and Station. SqUaiteW) Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to tmblish reports »f stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which have taken place in their respective districts in this column* will kindly forward the in formation so as to reach this offlc* not later than Friday evenings, in order to ensure its publication la the following ilaj's Issue. Times Office, Friday. Messrs. Dalgety and Company, Limited. Brisbane, report under dale July 8, ns fol lows Wool.—Since our last report cable grama are to hand re tbe fourth series of London wool sales. Except for faulty and inferior descriptions, which are per cent lower, the market is unchanged. This must he considered satisfactory, as it is quite possible that even this trifling weakness may bo recovered later in the sales. Hides.—At the sales yesterday there was a good attend ance of buyers. Catalogues brought forward were limited, the supply being much below the average. Prices showed a decided down ward tendency, owing t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
Albuminuria, or Bright'a disease, is one of the most deadly complaints that attack debilitated constitu tions. Owing to aver exertion and over con sumption oi nerve force the system grad ually becomes weakened and relaxation sets in. The thin membranes of the kidneys aro the first to go; and medical authorities state that SO per cent of the deaths nowadays occur indirectly from Bright's disease, though the patients a> d their medical advisers never even suspected the presence of such a deadly foe. The function of the kidneys is to separata the waste fluids from the blood, to purify it, and this process is carried on by what is termed by physiologists "osmosis." In weakened systems the membranes become relaxed, and the albumen of tlir blood finds its way nilli the waste fluids through the kidney walls, and passes from the body with urine, the patient's health and strength thus gradually failing. Beyond the presence of albumen in the water, albuminuria has not any positive symptoms...
GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
GENERAL MEETING. A notified goneral meeting of members of the Selectors Association took place on Tuesday afternoon, Messrs. Quarrel, Hun gertord, Arnold, Wade, Bates, Edmon stone, Spry, Yeates, J. Millar, junr., and Is. B. Hassall being present. Mr. Hungerford, having been voted to tbe chair, said he was glad be had been able to attend this meeting, and he took the chair with pleasure. In doing so, he could not but express a regret that the attendance was bo small, for he felt that the Association was already gaining ground. It Aeemed a pity that so many absented themselves, leaving others to fight the battle for tham. However, this society would in time to come prove what association could do, and a singular degree of powet would be obtained if they only acted in concert. He felt very strongly on this matter. Tho business for which they bad met was to consider tho rules as submitted by the late committee meeting, and to appoint office-bearers, ns well as to eprol themselves as mem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 18 July 1896
N. J. WESTERGAARD NIELSEN, STOCK, STATION, GENERAL FORWARDING, AND iT!fTAT?T.Tnmr.T.T'. AND MORVEBT. - ;Ot— Ago»t for:—Lr.wglit Co., Limited, Sydney. Rabbit nnd Marsupial Netting Queensland Milling Company's "Snowdrop Flour." Brisbane and Kama. 1L RiVli & Coy., LtcL, Sydney and Bonrke. Xhe Imperial Kiro Insurance Company, Wright, Beaton & Co. John Bussell&Co. Artesian Xubing, &e. ^7ool and Goods Eeccivcd and Forwarded witli all Possiblo Despatch. JTO CHARGE FOR STORAGE. I TKRMS ON APPLICATION. ro: Wboleaate Jfc Retail Saddler. Jgacretaiy tlie W"arregoPastorali«t»* Association and Hie Mitchell Rabbit Board. ^o. W.B.—N. J. W. Nielsen does not, nor ever did, contract fop tlie coim-ynneo of woo or ^•sds of any kind, nor has he any indirect interest in any wueli contrauts whatever, exccft a* &lt;ta *;enl for client*, and reveiviiiR the usual commission? only. MazraJactmodonlyal Thomab HotutnriT'a Establish heist, 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON 0 * »...