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Sporting Column. Roma Races. FIRST DAY. [By Wire.] ROMA, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

SportingCoIioiiH. ;o: Koma Kaees. ITRST DAY. fBy Wire.] Rojia, Tbnrsday Night. Keautiial weather prevailed at tho open ing of the W. Q. Racing Clnb's meeting to-day. The attendance was large, and the racing good. The resnlts are:— Trial Stakes.—Welcome Jack, 1; The Banker, 2; Advance, 3. Five starters. Time, lmin otisec. Hack Race, i Mile.—Reindeer, 1; Excuse, 2; Zulu, 3. Ten starters. Time, 54sec. Towir Plate, Miles.—Cap-a-pie, 1 Black Diamond, 2 ; Someday, 3. Pre mier, Freedom, Holiday, Illapse, Don, Tragedian II, Redlcaf, and Advanco also ran. Time, 2min.2l3ec. Ladies Bracelet, 1 Mile and a dis tance.—General ^Norman, 1; Whitefoot, 2; Rowdy, 3. Time, 2min laisec. Sapling Stakes, 5 furlongs.—Home bush, 1; Snrat, 2; Stud band, 3. Tiuie, lmin lOsec. Roma Mile.—Don, 1; Dalnnir, 2 ; Areal, 3. ,This was a grand race. Can non on Don and Russvll on Dalnnir. Won by half a head. Time, lmin a5sec. With the vane of the football season cricketers are making actiyo preparations for the coming ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Week's Wiring. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

Week's Wiring. John Manns, a station hand at Corml gery at'itiou, near Partes, Sow. South Wales, shot a woman named M'Vtcars and her daughter, seriously injuring both, and ha afterwards shot himself dead. Jaunts Siattcry, who was arrested in Melbourne on tho char^a of forging min ing scrip, and remanded to Adelaide, has pleaded guilty and been committed for trial. A letter from tho bureau of animal in dustry at Washington states that no dip has yet baeu found eficacious in killing all ticks without injuring the cattle. Mr. A. Morg;in, ex-member for War wick, ha* been presented with a parse of sovereigns and an address in recognition of his services to the town. A commercial traveller named Fronde, representing a Brisbaue firm, died sudden ly at Maryborough. Tne tick pest does not appear to be de creasing in the Cairns district. As a result of the visit of the English co-operative delegates to "Victoria, several factories havo made arrangements to send regular consignments of batter ...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday. INCREASED REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, Friday. INCREASED KEVENUE. The revenue of tins colony for the pastyear showsan increase of £87,700.

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Death of Mr. T. Chapman. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

Death, of Mr. T. Chapman. Numerous of oar readers will regret to learn of the death of Mr. Thos. Chapman, of Charleville, which occurred at the Hos pital on Wednesday. Sumo days ago Mr. Chapman sought; medical advice, com plaining of general debility, and was ad mitted to the Hospital as a patiout on Tuesday. It was, however, evident that his system was greatly run down, and his condition, consequently, rendered all the efforts of Dr. Kirkaidy but ameliorative ; and on Wednesday, as stated, the unfor tunate gentleman expired. Mr. Chapman was well-known in both the Darling Downs and Warrego districts, having for a number of years managed Auburn station, near Chinchilla, and for a considerable period was Inspector of Stock for the Warrego, which latter posi tion he held until 1892. Since that date he had lived a somewhat retired life, and . had not bsen engaged in any pursuit. Early, last year his house in Parry-street was destroyed by fire, and shortly after this occurrence Mr. Chapm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mr. John Donaldson, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

Death. of Mr. John Donald son., M.L.A. Our telegraphic agency in Brisbane ad vised ua early cm Saturday morning last of the death of Mr. John Donaldson, M.L.A., t.1io3o serious illness was an nounced in our lata wires of that morn ing's issue. The cause of death, it ap peared, was Bright's disease, from which Mr. Dou.-ddsou suffered for some time. A. few months ago ha recovered slightly, and despito the advice of his physician, iie persisted in re-entering public life. Tho exeitemeut of two election contests brought on a relapse, and Mr. Donaldson sank very rapidly. For the week preced ing his death it was known that his case was hopeless. On Thursday his medical adviser, Dr. Kebboll, held a consultation with Dr. Thomson and Dr. Marks. Ou Friday morning ihera was no change for the batter, but at noon there was an im provement, so much so that his family entertained hopes of his recovory. An othor change set in, and iiu passed away quietly between 12 and 1 o'clock in tho morning. Mr....

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

■37- IE. <Se GO., eOHSBGXSOXESS & GA.TEK33KS, Streot, XooTc-oomtoa. - * ):o:( • Ca^c?, paslrv, and Fancy CouftTl:oncry of K\t-rv Dt'sp«ip:iu:s jai'lctl to arrive in " Perfect Comlittotu ^""quality. i Wedding €sikes i it AN »S< ruin llii» District erfci'iicil at Special Lu.v liaUrs ti>cuin]icus:itclur Kail ur ay Carriage Friso Usts on. ixmlisation. ^SuULctiorLoers, Stock, Station, and General Com mission Agents, ^a.lfr,oc3L-stJz,e©t;. Oiistsrlo^iHe. f >"'irlti HriliVh null AFi'n*:ir.!i]f Insuivnre C». I Zcaliincl Tiro ntiil Mnnm-lusiimiurc C». A'JtnUfO)'— •[ vis-tori:i ItiMinint'o (.'«., J.imiU'tl. I |{«tnl Insurniiiv «"i>. >- I Musual l-ir.»Awncmt-oii cf Auatialisia. > T.tna Office Atomy Conducted. „„„^T.r, CORRESPONDENCE i?4¥iTED. All ■Can.iisiiiiiinti,'li-4 will bo Piinclrcilir ailcu-lcit to. ' Jio:;si:s UoirGiir an» on* foMMlssiox. Great Sale! Great Sale!! P3APERY. BaSTS. IHOTHlSft iiATS. SHIRTS. THE STOCK MUST BB SOLD. BARGAINS! BARGA...

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. AUSTRALIANS v SURREY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

a— III ■ in I III! !■! I III I Latest Cablegrams. London, Thursday. AUSTRALIANS v SURREY. The Australian cricketers won the match apainst Surrey" bjr 7 wickets, the Colonials playing a splendid game.

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School of Arts. OPENING OF NEW BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

School of Arts, OPENING OF NEW BUILDING. Although in last week's issne we briefly referred to the opening of the addition to the School of Arts, wo were not able to publish an extended notice owing to the event occurring upon our publication night. The concert which followed the opening ceremony was very enjoyable-. The first item on the programme was aa overture, " Tfto Bohemian Girl", played by Mrs. Symonds very brilliantly. This was followed by .1 song, " The river of Years", by Miss Wildie. The Rev. F. A C trdew's rendering of " I promise Thee" was excellent. Mr. Martyn Hagan, who kindly assisted, took the house by storm in singing "The football Match", and as an encore icaitcd the humourous " School hoy's IJecit.ition," for which he was heartily appliudcd. Mrs. Echlin, who was in splendid voice, rendered " Whisparand I shall Hear" excellently. Mr. JBourke •Vila very successful in his humourous re cit:stion, " The belle of the BalL" A piano solo by Mrs. Cardew was well re ceived...

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

Purchasing ymv Ps*eseBte inspget A, Grisd's Lfit$$t Fwelties,

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Country Killing and Chilling. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

I Country Killing and Chilling. In view of llie establishment at Charle ville of the Itefrigaratinj;, Preserving, and Boiling Down Company's works, the fol lowing extract from tho Bxmuwjang Chronicle is not untimely:—" Whilst the Fivmington saleyards and the Globe Island abbatoirs are threatened from oue side by the .Parliamentary committee which is to enquire into their defeats and dangers, they are slowly but surely being superseded in the best of modes by the country killing and chilling works. Car cases of beef and mutton, in the very pink of condition, are coming into Sydney by trainloads, and are being sold at the metropolitan meat market, at Darling Harbonr. The animals are killed much nearer to their own pastures than if they were sent to Homebnah. They escape the terrible journey in tho cars, where they are starved and braised, and some of them trampled to death, or the journey along the roads which are systematically robbed of every blade of grass by the surrounding settle...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

THE WEATHER. Fine weather 13 anticipated tbrongn out the colony.

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

Current Events. Mr. I). I'tmsEH, lato overseer oE Messrs. Cobb and Co'a Charleville factory. having severed bis connection with tlie firm, left by train on Monday morning for Buthurst, Kcw South Wales. I'rior to his doparture Mr. Purser was presented with a souvenicr, in (lie Bhapo of a purse of sovereigns, from a number of his friends. Me. Jackson, late of the Customs De part men!, and formerly C.1\S. at Dnlby, lias been appointed to the P.M.-ship at l'hargo mindah. The Post and Telegraph Office at Morven lias been closed since the 1st Jul;-. Ail busi ness in connection with that office has been for the past, month atul will in tho future be conducted from the Bail way Station. We are desired to again remind those in terested that a general meeting cf selectors will be held this day nt 2 o'clock at the Telegraph Hotel to finally discuss the rules of the Selectors' Association, and other im portant business, when it is hoped thoro will bo a good attendance. SrEClAX. attention is cal...

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TICKS AT INGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

TICKS AT INGHAM. Ticks are becoming quite numerous again in the Ingbam District, bat r dipped cattle appear quite healthy.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. ILLICIT DISTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

NEW SOUTH WALES. Stdnet, Friday. ILLICIT DISTILLERY. Charles Dangers was fined £500 at the City Police Court for illicit dis tillation, this beit^g bis third offence.

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PROPOSED CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

PROPOSED CONFERENCE. The Sydney Chamber of Commerce has decided to arrange for the assemb ling in conference of the Australasian Chambers of Commerce to discuss the Federation Question, and other matters. ■

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ANOTHER MINING STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

ANOTHER MINING STRIKE. The New Lambton miners at New castle bare ceaBed work on account of the management having decided to pay wages at the rate of 2a lid per ton.

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QUEENSLAND FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

QUEENSLAND FOOTBALLEBS. The Queensland team of footballers played against a local fifteen at New castle yesterday. Each side scored 3 points.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent). BRISBANE, July 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

'rum our own Correspondent). ItlUSOASHS, July 2Sch. The winter kccpa well in evidence for the tiuio of year. There was a sharp Frost again this morning on tho flats, ami this night week the heaviest fall of snow over taiown took place about Stauthorpe. Bat I e speet some of these days wo will find oursolves suddenly plunged into the middle or summer, " like some of «.Iie changes in a Turkish bath." © e * ® Thora is joy in the Trades Hall and other secret haunts of pure patriotism; for tha condemned old fossils have passed tho screw bill in its integrity, after all. Or, more correctly, they pasaod tha screw itself in its integrity, which is tho main thing- Hang the accessories. Very few of'these ovon were touched ; in fact the only altera tion was the rejection oftjw two thirds clause. Patriots djwfope that would he passed so tbtfr their 311 notes a week mightba secure for ever. It would be a hard case indeed if not more than one third of any Parlia ment should bo composad of far-see...

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

DENTISTRY. ERNEST B0BT9I, '(DUtiT QUALIFIED) SURGEON DENTIST, 214 QUEER! STREET, BRISBANE, Will visit Charleville monthly, and may be consulted on all Branches of his PROFESSION at Aeschiinann's Hotel on the following dates. MFGrUST 1st until 3rd. Special Attention paid to Painless Operating Artificial Work life-lite and Durable. CoMJlUJflCATOKS: W- Troup, Chemist, Cliarlcville, and E. Burtou, 214 Queen-street, Brisbane. PiAiWOKTE. ORGAN AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE. A LARGE STOCK of Brass Band Instru ments, Violins and I« it t ings, Concertinas, Accordeons, and aU Musical Instruments al ways on hand. Our FIAETOS and O&GAJSTS are Specially Constructed and will stand the extremes of the Western Climate. The Trcnfcg, Hsguiatiiagan(1 of PIANOS and OBCrANS is a Speciality with us. A thoroughly com petent TUNER, and REPAIRER Viaits CHARLEVILLE at Begul.ir Intervals. Orders for Tuning may bo left with W. TROUP, Chemist. Our Stock of Music is very Extensive and Up to Da*o. BU&NELL &...

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STRATHDARR POISONING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 1 August 1896

STRATHDAEB POISONING CASES. The enquiry which has been sitting regarding the poisoning cases at Strathdarr has concluded. The poison ing is believed to have been accidental, bat how the poisun got into the flour is still a mystery.

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