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TELEGRAMS. Latest by Wire. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

TELEGRAMS. Latest "by "Wire. BRISBANE, | Friday. The Assembly'agreed to go into ^committee on the 15tK instant to coosider the introduction of a Bill ' iprowdmg >fo? State advance?." It is prol»blfr(ttet tiis; liadd'Bill, tabled-nest; w^ek.,. ' ", jL proposal to snpply chilled meat to th& southern1 markets from the, north* rhas' 'been' made by Geddes,' Birt, &;Co. . ..The first electric tramcar arrived yesterday. . - Daring... the, last fortnight the thermometer! at Boe^s^qpton re gistered below freezing point. J^There was a large, jJnpplynf sheep' at the Ennogera.; saJes.. ., Competi tion was keen,and<p£ices rnied high for prime! . .: ; .

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

LAST WEEK, LAST WEEK, OF CHAPMAN & CO.'S C^BEAT Ckeaboo SALE. Farther Seductions ON. ALL REMAINING STOCK AT PRICES TO,BRING EVERYBODY. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK (OP CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S GREAT CLEARING SALE. A. Week to be Remembered. A Week of Unparalleled Sacrifices. * * In view of Shipments near at hand w-«v«QtnpcIIedto CLEAR THE FIXTURES. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK OP CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S . GREAT CLEARING SALE. :.h-. v RANDOM LOTS SELECTED^PSOM a MULTITUDE OF BARGAINS TOO NUME ROUS TO PARTICULARISE, AT PRICES TO BRING EYEBY '. BODY. LAST WlJfe LAST WEEK op. ' " CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S GREAT CLEARING BALK. Come and see for yourself the. Extraordinary Bargrains That it is Possible to Secnre. THE LAST WEEK OF A SUC CESSFUL SALE. Bargain JLots in JEvery Oepartmeat AT PRICES TO BRING EVERY BODY TO CHAPMAN s COMPANY'S, Thb QUEENSLAND DBAPERY WAREHOUSE,

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

.fete FIANO, ORGAN, & MUSIC WABEHVVSIi. jmtmi & n. OUR Stock oF l YNOS, ORGANS, 4c., is Vt'.-y Extensive. Every inftrasMDt i9 specially Gon piruef«d, and 5?©d to .?and the extremes of tlie Western Climate. Easy and Eqnitable Time Payment eta l» arranged to suit all Bayers. BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS, .VIOLINS, <tc., and all Fittingfl. LATEST MUSIC always on hand. Tb* Tuning:, itegiilat infC, and Bepalrlng <>f PI *3TOS and ORGANS is a speciality Willi M. ( nf " Oar rtprpsentative visits CHARLE VILLE at rrgnlar intervals. .. Onfcra for Tnninf*, &c., may be lrft ®Uk V. TROUP. Chemist. BDRNELLInd CO, MARGARET-STREET, toowooubjl TEEMTNTJS AUCTION MART, 1UCTI0H SALES .'.or FARM, DAIRY, AND ORCHARD PRODUCE, & Fridays, ~AT THE ^..ULCtion. .V h-i T-p ct 2 o'Clock. Mow on Hand: , 100 Bait* CHAFF, $'*100 Bags CHAFF, 51) BngH CORN. 50 POTATOES, QATEN HAY, LUCERNE HAY. .:.P. CHARLES, AUCTION El' R. AT VKEYS ALL PHOTOS ^^TAKEN UP TILL 4 w TOMOR...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

Darnell's Imperial B&mitbr, Staircase,' EMife tlgbL. UP30IAL ARRANGEMENTS JOB LAKH H ? FAMILIES. Vermp will lie found . _ - Exceptionally Moder~"~ JE.EMALD7, Oqrnerof Galatea and Wills Streets. jonts'Jif'Cdnsnltitioii-9" a.m. to 10 a.m. . 55 I'piitt.' t&'B'pjni.-; 7p.mto 9 p.m. Yaaciriation perfonned every. FRIDAY :tOffiST& SHEIDON, m '' . , OITICES^-Oppbsitti CbtirtHottee." . ^ CSijurl6ville. r[".1 * lfi» 'St'tK'F; LOCKETT, Cotntnidsiotfer' l&ffldavits for ftfew* South'Wales and *5 ME. E. T. BOUBEEi 2 ""3, ' *>1 a, AS commenced to practise in Charle* . rl^h saaLEGAL PRACnTIOI^. £8% ' 'J' 1 ' '' ' ' . .* . « . « ; CHAMBERS: Opposite the Comt Hoase, a.,J,pmANDCO., : . , , CHARLEVIELE, §* .FORWARDING,; CARRYING, . COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS, w '.-ll-I. - V; . .. .. .. & Rillable-ilnformatioa,, onj;all matters .^.latuijitoBo.nte^TariffSj.&c, . .- Larr# Accommodation Paddock close, to «®KaiHrayt ;:,y ® ilt*«kReceived and .Tracked. . ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR PASTORAL INDUSTRIES. (Brisbane Telegraphy 15th July.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

OUR PASTORAL INDUSTRIES. (Brisbane Telegraphy 15th July.') Thhsb is a deep and ever-deepening feeling on the above subject which will presently find load expression to the effect that these industries above all others always have been, and still are being, grossly neglected by the State. Taken altogether, the interests which surround our pastoral concerns are the largest of all oar interests. For a long time j to come: they should be able easily and proudly to head the lists. The State, as owning so much of the land, is largely concerned in them. It is difficult-to say how mnch capital and how many persons are employed therein. Their products form the balk of oar nearly ten millions of exports. It is wonder ful that we should have heard so much about a certain ten million loan, which fortunately, perhaps, can arise only once, and that there should be so little said about an interest involving a turnover of ten millions every year. What is the position ,of those industries? At all ti...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

WEATHER AND STOCK. The following' stock movements are re ported : On Monday last 2400 fat wethers passed ; here from Catiionla Park, travelling towards Bonrke for sale. On Wednesday, 106 fat i bullocks, from BothuIIa to Morven, to be trucked from there to Brisbane. Daring the week 122 fat bullocks have been trucked from Yarrawonga, on account of the Q.N. Bank, to Normanby, 120 fats from BoothuIIa, on account U.M.A. Co., to Norman by, and 610 prime fat wethers, from Mr. C. D. E. Francis' selection, on acconnt Mr. A. Sparkes. During the past week 385 bales of wool | have been despatched to Brisbane from ; the following stations :-Milo, Dnrham i Downs, and Nickavilla. MR N.J.WESTERGAARD-NKILSEN.gene ral forwarding, commission, *nd stock and station agent, Charleville, reports : Rain has fallen tf> the north and north went of Longreach, so report says. Hnglten den and the country to the east have the same reports. West and south-west the weather is dry, with warm days and cold nightn...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A DUEL OF CANNONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

A DUEL OF CANNONS. General Sir Daniel Lysonsin " The Crimean War from First to Last," gives this illustration of tbp. spirit in the, which war wan waged ; While the tl*g of trued was flying a Russian offictr of aititlery went up to ask Sir Richard Aitt-; if Gt-nexal I'aktr?, commandirg the English artillery, was on the ground On Sir Richard au.s«<-i iiig ill th« negative the officer said, "Your 68-pounder guntbat jour people call -Terra} is a btauliful gun, but we think we : have one as goodiu '.hiitpmbnjsurej" pointing up to the rn.iine!on, "? and, wesboull like, to hove a. fair duel with it.". A:r<-y took up tUe.cIwfengn afc once. »n>l cniyUiingwas arranged ft r twelve o'clock noon n- xtday.' Wh'n the time arrived all the batteries on lioth sides cei-cd Grin?. A large, luimber of offi' en*, French and Reglisb, were assMnbltd st our lock out stat on, Lehind Ihe 21-giin b«tUry, to look oo. Out siilora" gun dit>clv«nnt mounted on. Iheir u»r»|> t »nd loo...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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THE GOLDEN WEST. KETTER FROM A QUEENSLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

THE GOLDEN WEST. XiETTEB FROM A QtJKKNSLAlTDER. The general tenor o! most o£ the i letters from Western Australia which i Lave been received m Queensland has i been condemnatory of the place as a ' field for emigrants from this colony, but occasionally tbe other side of the shield is shown. This is the case in a letter Just received by a Brisbane resident from a friend who lately went over to try his luck in the Golden West, and from which we have been permitted to make the following extracts : There is no doubt in my own mind, backed np as the opinion is by many ex perienced old hands here, that this is one of the best of all the known fields on the face of the planet, and that its re sources are inexhaustible. The surface has liern merely scratched so far, and development will prove it extremely rich. But <m the other hand the cost of living is at prefenfc very great owing to the high rates of carriage. And so, situated as you appear to be, you have to remem ber, if you...

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DREAM AND REALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

DREAM AND REALITY. The twilight fell axoaod her, no beautiful' dreams of rosy red, no golden tints softened ber plain garments. Only through tb? seboolr - roum windows could she see tin drrary mist growing darker every minute. Her hand j rested on a table which was coveted with books and exercises, a pile of dreary mik that showed the doll routine she went through day after day. Daring the day her pupils thought her the reserved, quiet, broken-down woman that she looked ; at nigh t when their restless feet were quiet and their noisy, merry voices stilled, she slipped into the deserted schoolroom and sank into a rocking chair and reviewed the past. Not very old, ah, no, she was only somewhere near the thirties, not plain, her face was still a sweet one to look upon, thotigh there were lines around her eyes and month, lines which only some great sorrow could bring. And now, as she sat there, with her brofra head bent a little, there was a smile hovering around her mouth, all the more ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

LAST WEEK, LAST WEEK, OF CH1PHA8 & GO.'S ®MAT ?L£AB1^« §ALE. Further Bednctions ON ALL REMAINING STOCK AT . PRICES TO BRING EVERYBODY. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK jor CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S GREAT CLEARING SALE. A Week to be Remembered. A Week of Unparalleled Sacrifices. « In view of Shipments near at feanil we are compelled to CLEAR THE FIXTURES. __________ : "V V LAST WEEK LAST WEEK . OP . ' CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S GREAT CLEARING SALE. . . RANDOM LOTS ; . ' SELECTED FROM a "MULTITUDE ' OF BARGAINS TOO NUME ROUS'TO PARTICULARISE, AT^RICES TO BRING EVERY X BODY. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK OF CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S GREAT CLEARING SALE. | Come and see for yourself the Xxtraordlnarj Bargains That it is Possible to Secure* . THE LAST WEEK OF A SIHV CESSFUL SALE. Bargain Lota in Ererjr B«p«itment . AT~PRICES^RJ BKCR? jETSBRy BODY TO Ths QUEENSLAND DRAPERY WAREHOUSE, QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE. And at 64 Bashinghall-street, London E.C. ' Courier' Print, Charleville.

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HUMOUR'S DECAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

HUMOUR'S. DECAY. Mill-it i el Ernl Man (to pro'ec i<ml Li'entry t'nmmis') : "I my, nl.l fallow, lion- itvlly it I lien- any iii'Mi- y lu Ai itlny j .Ic-.-rt lor tl.u cvi liinjj pac'iK ?" Liter, iv Tliim lis' .Certainly. Why. I i".11 JTVI- a wliolf" wt efc m alnut f- r' v juki*s . r* Mini-li' I Hml Mail : .. .Slavery sir.; iHniiim .si .u rj ! W'.y, in t!ic il»ys of mliislrrlv I ccml i slait in at tin: bi-ginnii'g «>f t. . si.m-i ;vitll oil j fee :>lri mi it forfoit> un-iut." " L*, it tru:: that Alau-I Makcfacc « ». .irie-tcil for inlimi latinji vot-.-r.- '! " Y She thicaicsieil to. kiss every niin »i w»uM vote for Johnson." "Have you heard the !:.<. ..i?'i"ri.-iu " No ; what is it ?" " * e t»" '-..c man'in the front ro*i» a l.eru t haltofc."

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A MODERN ADVENTURESS [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

MODEKN ADVENTURESS "Tim adventurrss," announced GodTrty.. as be placed his feet upto ti» piaxia rail and rolled a ltr*h curette, aswt Saoge her tactics. She is too well knowa in her -pwstnt get «P- We «H 2*t "brilliancy to be as spurious as the golden pleso of hrrhair. Her laugh sags as 2also ss Us colour looks, the womw asp^s to succeed as.u advtntur&s in the futara oust b«, totally nnlikr the type which has succeeded m the past." _ u What sort of a woman should the coming adventuress be T eski d Miss Hereon,Jrora h^r comfortable seat on Ihe lower step. She looted op with interest at the cspomicler of tha adTen tnresa doctrine. . . v, " Well," answered Godfrey, critically, sae must be exadly what the other woman l>*a all along. She moat hare » somewhat nsriw d and patrirt»n w. Shs mast be good-looVinx, of course, sod well dressed, but in the V w .«*. Vere style. Sha musfc- " ^ " But what is an adventuress, anyway ? broke in the baruro-sc*ruraSIissWiutar,awomaa whom short...

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HOW TO TAKE UP LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 August 1896

; ' J, -The' J»nd «g«&ta bficica iaiopen daily i ^for" the sppEbata'ona fgi fend t fbeWsettliajlwnni.O^Ii'afm-a^id ,4j p.m., except Saturday, when it; closes jat 20 noon. " "" 2. Intended qprffcante for land should ..lodge, api^licatiohs- punctually at 10 o'clock ' ?oii'flse'aay- the land is open. j ! !': '.! t r Is»pe<;t; 1/md tyefore. lodging t6e i ; ft®. ilduaa .Officp. ''Dis ' appointment- and ikonEY Tiiay be1 sajre&bv :teooSi^L!0}'? "W" :>r.: ' If .-the land iB Bncveyed, write tha ; comber o£:ther,p^ga.ou apj^ceofj paper, . rq-t^lt,.]^4a^.iia^aKotten. '. '! -Iy - . - '5. Stoald'J^e' tana'tie1' unsnrveyed aaceri&iu the .Pzzr?atr «arveyed land, in order^'tagive'the.dtst&nca in chains^ to the ' landrequired. '£he starting point of the ; 'land/applied'for, ^hpuldbe indicatedby. a marked tree,, at Teaist three feet , .out of the.ground.'' ' .'' ! j 6. Fairbij' mijgt not have <a; greater breath 'of frontage to-a main watercours...

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SURPRISING THE CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

SURPRISING THE CHIEF. Edward, one of " the Ogliting McCooks," while governor of Colorado Territory, hail a good deal of trouble with the Indians, and especially with their chief, Colorow. With a party of bU braves Colorow came to Denver one day, aud after drinking heavily told his followers that he was going np to kill BIcCook. TheGovernorliadliisofficein atwo-stoiey build ing. and sat with I.is b ick to tlie door, with a looking-glass on the desk in front of him, so that he conld see any one comiui. in without turning. BIcCook was tzpecting some trouble with Cclotow and was seated at his desk when the Indian came in. Colorow had a pistol in his band, and approncbiiig McCook. I:e stood by bis side and granted, .. BIcCook, liar ! " The Governor ocvi r looked up, but kept on writing. '* SlcCook heap liar," repeated Colorow. but tho Governor nevi r noticed it. .* McCoolc heap big liar," continued Colorow, and r>till the pen scratched away. Colorow mistook Mct'ook'n silence for fear,...

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A STRANGE TALE OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

A STRANGE TALE OF INDIA. Although surgeon of the Fusiliers, I was a yoaag man when I came to India. Shortly .Rer wo were stationed at the fort I was invited to an 'entertainment given by a noble man at' his palace in the city. The soeue reminded me of the Arabiin Nights. Oriental ttisgmficence was mingled with European ele gance. We were received in a6 open cuurtyard spread with cream-coloured Yak rugs in the centre of which a fountain played in a white marble basin, cooling the air with its perfumed I spray. I ' X halted at the upper step of the stairway and Watched the kaleidoscopic scene before me. ' Our colonel and his wife stopped for a moment to speak to me. As they turned to go Bn. Beldcn's name was called, and, a little lower down with a screen of palms and Sowers for a background, was a young1 girl. I thought I had never seen one so beautiful. She was dark, but her skin wax a pale, trans parent brown, flashed with the crimson of arose-. leaf. Her lips were carmine, opening ...

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"DO YOU REMEMBER?" [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

YOU REMEMBER ?" ' Mr. Justice Caon was sitting by the open window, looking dreamily oat into Easselt sqaare. For the twentieth tima thac evening be took from bis breast coat pocket a letter and read it carefully, and as he read bis expression hardened and his face grew sterner. " O, my boy, and this is the end," ba mormured bitterly: " better it should be so yes, far better; and yet, cold and still as he lies now, he leaves some evil still behind him-hi* son and the son of the creature thai he married. * Father, I am dying,' ha writes, * have mercy on my boy.' " Mercy ! he had ao mercy on me when ha disgraced my name-when he made me the laughing-stock of Loudon. * The Judge's Son and the Ballet Girl,' I can see it now on the placards of the morning papers." The door of the library opened, and a woman entered and crossed to the alcove where the Judge was sealed, and placed her hand plead ingly apon bis sbonlder " George," she whispered softly- He looked up. They were old, these two, ...

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THE DAB CHICK'S CREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

[THE DAB CHICK'S CREW. BR THB SKCRKTABY. It was to be a wry special Ktillfry moe-tiog. All the big clubs were to be represented. Several Olli-gc crews weie coming, of whom great things wtre rumoured. There were a brace ot scullers, and a four from the Way back R C., JericUoville, U.S.A. Lastly, to mo a truly international aspect to the races, there was a French eight, who wore jockey caps, used swivel rowlocks, and had peculiar ideas as to form that violated all the most sacred traditions of British oaitunanship, and canseqnetit!y,provoked a perfect storm of hostile criticism. It was not these things, however, which made it such a notable regatta, but the fact that the Dab-Chicks Rowing Club,of which I have the honour to be secretary, had entered for the Thames Cup. It was our first appear ance at Henley. We had, in previous years, carried off ** pots " at several of the minor re gattas. bat now oar blood was up, and we were determined to show the world at large what the Dab-Chicks ...

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AT CROSS PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

AT OKOSS I'lJIU'OSES. I " Do you mins ! jtn n.u' li ?'' j | She. la >!'<. of '.lie (juts''ii-rier. sn.i'cl- i <Ti*i>6 su much ns 1 usrvl to Even u uomuu j can lea n to thri>»v htr«ij;lit when the ilmlance is intasureil tncrcly l y the width of the- brcatc tabt- 1

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A levy on aheep and cattle has. been struck by the Warrego Babbit Board at Thargomindah, the particulars of which will be noted in outadvertising columns. An interesting programme of races, to be held at the Bierbank Hotel, including no less than fire contests, with prizes ranging from £k to £15, will appear in oar next issue. We have no doabt the meeting wfll be a big saccesa. The adjonrned meeting in con nection with the Thursday half-holiday, which was to hare been held on Thurs day evening to hear the result of the interviews between the committee and certain business people, has been post poned until next week. The principal reason, we beliere, is to await the re ception of a definite reply from Messrs. Overell and Go. as to their intentions. The Morven bore, we learn from the contractor, Mr. John L. Woodley, is proceeding satisfactorily. Although it is only a week since a fair start was made, the bore is already down 180 feet, in a sort of blue shale formati...

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IT REMAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 August 1896

IX REMAINED. H< r h.Mil Iin«l ilruppcd upon Lis shoulder. "Ifiiiily," ha ivliispcred, " ihy clicek cuuld ri main IIiitl- forever Littlo thought he what was to le. Little thought he uutii hn got liurae ami Iriu.l to remove b< r f.hisck from his ilri>g cc at with amm:T.i- Ml ' alcolio!.

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