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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

DISEASE DEFIED! HEALTH INSURED!' CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE RECORD. More lives saved hv Clements Tonic than by all other im-ilii-iiies combined. A GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC . > IS GENUINE. . .:a .r CLEMENTS TONIC IS SUCCESSFUL. READ THE EVIDENCE. Mit. ALFRED Grkkm, ITuioh'Banfe', Bro CDitKD OP barn-, Queensland, CONGESTION OF Tin-: writes on April Livek. 1st, 1895 :-It is with m>ich plea sure I inform you that afier having been ailing for tliu past twelve mouths with congestion of the Iivur, and after trying almost every available remedy tlie tnecfical men could afford, I was induced fo'try Cements T.inic, and afle/ taking1 a few bottles am pleaded to state tliaL I am Jn a perfect state of health, and have advised my friends, in eons-eijiieiiee. if suffering from any complaints o/'flie liver, ;to-tiy your valuable Clemfnts Tonic without fail. Yours truly, Alfred Oreeri,-Union Bank, Brisbane, Queensland.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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AN EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

AN EPISODE. It was in the apriug of '2^- Sun anil I wer< travelling in the West, (tartly ou bunine*. and partly for pleasure. Wc mm ni-wspaprr men, and had been detailed to unearth aiwl eijios . certain swindling mining opera! ions, ata«k seemed impossible to ai-cnmplis'i without b--ing on the ground : and as our vacation h*d bcw> considerably extended and our expenses paid, we were more than chd to accept the offer. So f.tr our experiences had beea both novel and pleasing, if tiresoia-i ; for to ou« unaccus tomed to it being in the s id lie the gre^tcrport of the day, ri<lin? from ranch to ranch, i«, to aay the least, wearing to >trn^tU an-l ptfrenco. That we were tenderftet of the vary rawest material seemed a fact indelibly stamped on oar parsons, and we had ceased trying to give thf impressiun that we were anything els.-, and ac cepted all the good-natured chaffiug we re ceived with undisturbed serenity. We were within easy siding distance of the ; ra...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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MITCHELL RABBIT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

MITCHELL RABBIT BOABD. ? The members of the newly- con stituted Board met at the Board's office on Monday, 'at 10.80 o'clock. Present Messrs. Crombie, M.L.A., Brodie, Mil lar, Learmonth, Young, Hopkins, and Hamilton. The clerk took the chair pending the election of a chairman for the current year, and read the official announce ment, received from Mr. G. H. Wildie, returning officer, who stated that the recent vacancies were filled by the elec tion of Messrs. Crombie, Hopkins, and Hamilton. It was decided to fix the honorarium to the chairman before he was chosen. The clerk stated that the allowance to the chairman last year was £100 and a free pass on the railway (the Board paying for the latter). Mr. Crombie thought the amount was little enough, as the chairman could not be expected to give his time and services to the Board at a loss to him self. He would propose-That the "chairman's allowance for the current year be £100, with the usual fri»e pass. Seconded by Mr. Millar, and ca...

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TRADING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

TRADING A HORSE. They say when a man goes to trading horses he can no longer be honest, at least in respect to horses, and yet " they say" imCy be mistaken. At least it occurred to me so one day as, riding a pleasant road, I met a man on horseback. " Want to buy a horse?" he inquired. " What do you want fur him 2" said I. "Two hundred dollars," eaM he. " What do yon ask for him V said I. " One hundred and seventy-five dollars," said he. " What will yon take fur him f said L " One hundred and filly dollars," said he. " What will you gei for him ?" said L "One hundred said I weary-live dollar!*,'' said he. " What did you give for him faid I. " Ono hundred dollars," said he. " What is he worth ?' said I. "Seventy-five dollars," said he. "I reckon yoa don't want to buy a horse, mister," and he rode into the yard of a big establishment X could sec through the trees. "What's that building?" I asked of a loan a hundred yards further on. " Lunatic asylum," he replied curtly, and I steered i...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

SPORTING NOTES. [BY CHAASEBJX.] Dungan, the winner of tbe V.fi.C. Steeplechase, ended his career last Saturday at Moonie Valley. He fell over a hurdle and broke his neck, starting favoured at 7 to 4. Leslie, who was engaged in the G.N. Hnrdle Race, also fell, and Robertson,his rider, was dragged for some distance, and sustained con cussion of the brain. The owners of Emmalea, last year's GX Hurdle winner, have decided to send the daughter of Gondolier to Eng land, and may give the English cracks a doing. There has been fair wagering daring the week on the Caulfield and Derby Melbourne Cups. The horses most in demand are Reka, Miraculam, Toreador, Pivot, and The Officer; and for the Derby, Man of Honor, Cydnns, Th» Officer, and Resolute are mostly fancied. The twenty-ninth intercolonial football match, Queensland v. New South Wales, was played in Sydney last Saturday, on the Association Cricket Ground, Moore Park, in the presence of about 6000 per sons, and proved a victory for Queen...

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POPE AND CARDINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

POPE AND CARDINAL. The late Pope was a man ; who hated ostentation, and his charity was boundless. One evening he a^ked forsome lemonade. As if by enchantment, two magnificent trays were at once brought in, spread with all kinds of light refresnments. "I only asked for a glass of lemonade," asid the Pope, with a frown. "True, Holy Father," answered the richly livetied Camerieri, but we have only conformed to the pre scribed ceremonial; it is according to custom to serve your Holiness with various refections." " Very good," was the reply ; " be kind enough to bring me a lemon. Now give me some sugar and a glass of water." Then, having prepared and drank his lemonade, he turned to the servant: " Take away all those thing*, and distri bute them to the first beggar? you meet, with ten soldi for each. And for the future never offer me anything I do not ask for." Cardinal Antonelli is the hero of sundry stories, and daring his life-irae his name was connected, rightly or wrongly, with mor...

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THE LATE MR. JOHN DONALDSON. (Brisbane Courier, July 25). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

THE LATE 5IR. JOHN DON. ALDSON. (Brisbane Courier, July 25). - The death of Mr. JoTra Donaldson removes not only an old and respccted colonist, bat a well-tried public man and a man of keen business .acumen. The deceased gentleman luul been , a sufferer For some time from Bright's disease, which became intensified during tlit last month or so, and *\vliieh kept him confined to his l>e<l for about a fortnight, and culminated in his death last night. The deceased gentleman's illness was the cause of many inquiries at his office-the Union Mortgage and Agency Company-which had during the past two days been literally be sieged with anxious sympathisers. For Mr. Donaldson was an extremely popu lar man. His unassuming manner, his kindly disposition, aud the friendly smile which he had for every one, made him a general favourite among business men, and secured for him a place in the estimation of political opponents seldom occupied by others. Mr. Donaldson was an Australian na...

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WHAT'S IN A NAME? [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

j WHAT'S IN A NAME? | .Toons lovingly, as ever, Mabel Woodward.T regarded the s:ftm lurt» with pride, and was grateful for the same. Hi r projcuiifcors might have crucified her with Sajly Jane or Hcpsitnh Bethesda. Tbc letter was to a dear cousin who had floated out the year htfo^ a sonny bride from Bliss Nell _ Ferguson into Mrs. Sam Goordin. Mabel hid not seen her, bat had been the recipient of maudlin descriptions of their domestic Eden, literally soaked in sorghum and fervent desires that Mabel would follow her had. eb cetera. The last concluded thus: " there is a di.<tzactingly nice fellow here Sam's friend-thoroughly eligible. I wish you to make his acquaintance. I hope yon have abandoned yonr prejudices concerning names. What's ia & name ? Love from the choicest bric-a-brac in my possession-Sam. Don't dis appoint yonr boiled-down-sacchanne cousin." " What's in a name, indeed!" she flashed. " Everything ! 1 will never exchange Wood ward for less than De Coti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

mm, 9K6AN, & MUSIC WABEH9U8B. MESSRS. BMNELL & CO. OUB Stock of PIANOS, ORGANS, . , &e., h Very Extensive. Every Instrument is Mpecftillly Con tracted, and {fllil Hlllfeed to stand the extremes of the Western Climate. Susy and EqnitnMe Time Piiyment cau be jarrangml to >ait all Bayers. 15BASS BANU INSTRUMENTS, VIOLINS, &e., ami all Fittings. LATEST MUSIC always on hanil. Th» innfins:, Kegnlat iBBtr, BepAiriug: <.( PI xNOS tun! OUGAXS is a speciality with iii<. Our ri'|iri wMit:itivi' vL«it> C HA R LE VI LLE ui ii giiltir iniorvnls. Order# f«»r Tnniii!*, &v., nmy lie left with V TI»OlTl\ Chemist. BUBIELL AID GO, M A IiG ARET-S rREET, TOO WOOl IK A. LAST WEEK, LAST WEEK, OP CHAPMAN & CO.'S Great CLGABIX6 $AUB. Fortlacr Eednctlon§ ON ALL REMAINING STOCK AT PRICES TO BRING EVERYBODY. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK iOF CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S GREAT CLEARING SALE. A Week to be Remembered. A Week «>E Unparalleled Sacri...

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TALLEYRAND'S W[?]Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

TALLEYRAND'S TOT. In her work on "Talleyrand " Lady Blenosr hasset gives an amusing account of the great French statesman in hia declining year*. Tho following is par. of her description r-"He dis posed of individuals and situations by means of epigrams. Whan some one was applying for. an appointment, and among "others things urged that lie had bees ia Ghtst, T^Hleyiaid asked ? . In Ghent, are yoa sure of that WIsaS do ' yon mean T-4 Well, tell me plainly whether you were actually in Ghent or whetha? you only returned from it.*-' I do not understand.' 'Yon see, t&e. c4«e ?stoey.-j t&nr;. abcat 8C0;: EoyilUts ja Sheet,, not gtm> 45yJ, . according' vto,. nsy calealatioii, si,dQO: I' already retoraad Iwrmifibeft.'- : On' " remarking that ttefe *sri slip craiokttiwi' tc'Afi, ? .? foand ia theChMaberof Fesrsybi'^sjciae^ 1 a doubt of it}SemonviUoa!<?j!e &»)» *t laufcrttfeo.! Madame do Steal's cfoaghfatjr,?? c and critically-inclined Duehcss da Broglie...

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IRRIGATION AT ROMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

IRRIGATION AT SOMA. A work of 20 inconsiderable importance baa just been completed by Mr. John Rogers, blacksmith and wheelrighfc of this town (says tie Maranoa Advocate) for Mon Sing, oar local gardener. Mon Sing has for mora than twenty years been what may be termed the principal vegetable gardener of Roma. When the seasons ore favorable anybody can grow vegetables, bat in unfavorable seasons it has b ?n Mon S'ng alone who can keep up the supply of j turnips, cabbages, radishes, lettuces, and , other similar products. Tiis has been dona hitherto by tedious manual labor, and our local gardecer has deservedly secured the principal business in tho town, because ha has taken care to keep his customers airly weH supplied in all sorts of seasons. When it has happened that he was unable to raise vegetible3 from his own garden he has procured them from other places, partica larlv from the Downs. The present season has been one of the most unfavorable ever experienced, not oven Mon Sing co...

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A STAGE TRIE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

y A STAGE *JJ|§®feggjL _ctrew Prtix I to have t'Uie that such ;' Ewi eli ti e actress ..rmi*r urnd to ^tijrale Critical momenta. Tlita wrote tlius tu ber: ;s h-B compliment* to-"' i t.l 1 it. .sin will nut faugh at rcoml : ct " To vthicli Mis. ' Jlrs. , resriits her compli- ;, r. - - :nul I-t*. s ' o a^y that she at IiI'm .'ui iu^ t' t-se'-'Olnl .'i't. vaits ^ Doctor-: It is a aoiti . JsancrtMn : Only otie ? Doctor: hat** fill. , IKtalviiehi:; Jut.t i.ioin luck. Only httf pnoy carriage ve got, for de l-a-'ur wiil heriii bjh*, und dot much cabihtl wilt be tyiofr mie.. 'i _ A-s Jaili-r important arress ws3 inada in s airiei, Melbourne, recently. Con i> gtabSss Siolssa aaS Appleby noticed a f-asn. accosting several persons as it $ soliciting alas. They decided to interro | i-'-its him, snd Ma answers baing oraaivs |s-32 of a hesitating nsiura the constables I airssted aim. A sasrch at the station 3.3swcJ that the man bad in bis pc3- I 1 suasion raor gold watches, ssrea silver i I -p...

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HOW THEY PART. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

HOW THEY PART. Mrs. Gabbler having paid Mrs. Talkytalk a lengthy visit, starts to go, remarking: "Now, I really must be gi'ing. I have sta so much longer than I intended." You are not going yet? Yoa come to s me so seldom that" "I call on you oitraer than I do on any othi lady of my acquaintance, bat I really must ~ going-" " I hope you will call again. Sou are always welcome, you know." " "Thank*: I hope to see yon at my house pretty soon. Yon must come soon and see me " "Ishall c*ll very soon. Were yon at the concert last fight"??';:'. " " Yi-a, indt*d,.'andI-«mjoyedil ever so much. What a magnificent voics tlimt Unor lias! Now don't foiget to call voa. ? Irpo*t s*y- " " You can rely On mi-. I ehVll be aiouud in a few .lays." . - " That's so kind of yon I .must say guod-hvo. Oh. by the way. did yoa bear thac tli» engage ment between yoangSimpU'ton and 31 iss jink* is broken, off ?" ?, V You don't tell me sot I suspected some-: tiling of slln sort all a'qn;;. Well, I declare.; You ...

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WELLINGTON, Friday[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

WELLINGTON, . . Friday; ! A proclamation.has^been.gozettgd prohibiting .the lntrqdnctictiiTfrdiS Queensland of cattle, sheep;-.h0SSES> skins, hides, hones, and fodder; owing to ticks.

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WETTING THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

WETTING THE LINE. They nets about to open the annnal cam paign against the finny denizens of a certain stream in the West Coon try. The river is i«ffe--tioiii»tely known to the folks of the parts adjacent as the .* Old River " ; not by reason of that water being ia truth morn ancient than others, but because they would attribute to it the xesptct due to great age-modi as the Romans spoke of " Father Tiber." The scene lay amidst the mooet and hills and coombcs, | and, consequently, streams of undulating and irriguous rrgion indicated: the weather emi nently seasonable and consonant with the familiar aspect of the British climate ef the period of the .. fill dyke" month. One morning, then, in the last week of Feb ruary.beholj,equipped for angling, JobnBickell, village postman, natoralist,botanist, sportsman, and, virtually, professional fisherman ; and his employer, tin composer of this paper. Upon being informed that the pair might, in a sort, be likened to Mentor and Telemachns of o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

i BRISBANE. i Elevator, Fireproof Staircase, Electric Light. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS »orLAR<":K FAMILIES. Terms will be found Exceptionally Hoder-*" . DR. KMALDY, '.Corner of'Galatea and Wills Streets. .'Honrs Of'Consultation-9 a.m. to TO a.m.; i . 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. ^Vaccination performed every FRIDAY j»t; p.m. <? tOCEETT & SHELDON, SOLICITORS, &c. OFFICES-rOppomte Court House. . Alfred Street, Charleville. 1 : > Mr, J. F. F. LOCKETT, Commissioner £er Affidavits for New Sonth Wales and . Tietona. : MB. H. T. BOURKE. i,, . BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AS commenced to practise in Clrnrle ville as a LEGAL PRACTITIONER. H; TaCHAMBERS : Opposite the Conrt House, Alfrc'd-atre«L 1. J. CARTER ABO CO., . CHARLEVILLE, ,V FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION AM GENERAL AGENTS, - Reliable Information on ; all matters relating to Routes, Tariffs, &c. Large Accommodation Paddock close to 3K?ilway. ",-^Stack Received and Trucked. ' THE ^ QUEENSLAND NA...

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Charville Carrier. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL. We are desired to remiud all those interested that a general meeting of selectors will be held this day (Saturday) at 2 o'clock, at the Telegraph Hotel, to finally discuss the roles or the Selectors' Association and other important busi ness, when it is to ba hoped there will be a good attendance. The medals won by the snccessfal competitors at the recent Charleville Show have been on view at the office of Mr. G. H. Wildie, the secretary, during the present week. They are very beautiful specimens of the silversmith's art. The designs and floral work are very pretty and effective. Each medal bears the nune of the successful competitor, and the engrav ing and lettering have been executed with remarkable skill by Messrs. Hardy Bros., Brisbane, by whom the work has been done. .A gold scarf ring, with a stone in centre, presented as a trophy for the best four-in hand by Mr. Jas. Crombie, M.L.A., and won by Mr. T.A. Brodie, is deserving of special mention. No formal pre...

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WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

WEATHER AND STOCK. Mr. N. J. Westergaard Neilsen, General Forwarding, Commission, and Stock and Station Agent, Charleville. re ports :-Weather information to band from outlying districts is to the effect that rain and a break np of the cold weather would be welcome. Grass getting scarce and dry. Stock doing fairly well, roads open, and many lots of fats travelling South. Locally, we have had a return of heavy frosts since the rain, bright sunny days, and river half a banker. In stock, I am negotiating the sale of 800 fat bullocks, 12,000 ewes off shears, 5000 wethers off shears, and dif ferent lines of fat sheep. I havs offers for lines of 16,000 wethers, and 600 to 8(H) head mixed cattle. Inquiries for fat Btock are frequent, and have submitted fresh lines. Locally, stock of this descrip tion is being cleared out, and in a few weeks they will be hard to supply. Brisk demand for sheep at Enoggera on the 23rd inBt, owing to unforeseen circumstances ; cannot be depended upon aa lastin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

emm & babsaolbogs; SIGHT EXAMINEES A 3 33 SPECTACLE MA\UFACTUREES, Dibkctly OPPOSITE THE GOVERNMENT SAVINGS Bans, street., bbisiais. SPECIALITY.-Sight Testing and Scientific Spectacle Fitting. ALL SPECTACLES AT LONDON AND CONTINENTAL PEICSS. SOLD, SILVER, ALUMINIUM, SOLID NICKEL SILVER AND STEEL FSAM3S j IN EVERY VARIETY AND ALL PRICES. NO '-HARGE FOR SIGHT TESTING. M : USE ONLY ! M . T ' FORD & SEXTOITS pbb .aas'. DISINFECTANT. DESTROYS ALL SAD SMEH3. WORKS-WICSHAM STREET, TALISY, BRISBANE. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. MiM©p©J31®© S?ea* QISm.i SEE TESTIMONIALS. TAKE 2TO OTHER. Hir.dmurali, 3]-1-91.-I consider the Disinfectant offered to the pnblio by Mr. Ford pcrfect in every %vay. and no sick chamber should be without it. I have tried it | in inanv instances, and never found It to fail.-J. REES, M 'vCJS., Eng.. L.R.C.P., 3d fcj 1 : 1 THE CHARLEVILLE COURIER SFBSCBI^S TO The Oharleville Courier, BECAUSE It is a journal containing the latest and fullest local and distri...

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[COPYRIGHT.] TALES OF OUTLAWS. VIVID AND REALISTIC PICTURES OF THE PAST. Selected from the Diary and the Correspondence of an Old Colonist. PEAECE'S PLOT. (IN TWELVE PARTS. PART V. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 August 1896

[CCFTRIGHX.J TILES OF OUTLAWS. VS71D AND REALISTIC PICTURES toe PAST. ?Selected from the Diary and, the Correspondence o fail Old Colonist. PEAECE'S PLOT. (1JV TWELVE PARTS' PART V. As Pearce was not so broad shoul dered as Topping, and, therefore, more likely to successfully explore the place, it was decided that he should make the attempt whilst the convict watched, and without delay he got through the aper ture and on to the broken floor of the fissure. He took;the oil lamp with faim and left his musket with Topping, who ' stood on guard over the newly-found exit with both weapons ready to repel an intruder.. : Pearce found that a fissure about eighteen inches wide and of unknown height, as the dim light did not reveal its roof,, extended in a slightly sloping direction at a right angle from the lower . passage, which gave entrance to the chambers. There was considerable difficulty in foilowing the chasm as in places, outcrops narrowed it so much that he could not get between the...

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