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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
Advertisement Notices, A race meeting is advertised to tike place at the Bierbank £Totel on the let October. A large quantity of mixed clmlf is offered for sale by 1'. Fallon, of -Mitchell. The Mitchell Rabbit Board notify 'a levy on all stuckowners in the district, which mast be paid within two mouths from tho 1st August. Tho same Board publishes its annual balance jlieet, statement of receipts and ex penditure, and profit and loss account. Tenders are called by tho Postmaster General for the conveyance of Her Majesty's mails, and m.-iilsand parcels, for one, two, or three years, from the 1st January, 1897. A governess seeks re-engagement. Is will ing to assist in the household duties. An auction sale will be held on Wednesday next, when the household furniture and effects of Mr. ST. J. Sisley mill bo disposed of. The insolvency is announced of James Hoffman McGill, of Aulhoringa, wellborer. -Mr. C. V. Kejs, photographer, announces Ibffgt fth studio will close on Wednesday next. Al...
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
:o: ■ TJotii tilt* Kor. 1'- Corrisan (K. C.) sad t;,e Kin' U. U Wielcbain (Auglii-an) from CharluviUe, officiated iu TUargomindah I:ist Sunday. The Cmmanmlla Newspaper Companyhas purchased tin* local paper from Mr .Mcknight, who, however, retains an interest itifiiu busi ness. Mr. Samuel y. Pejrg, solicitor, now occupies the editorial chair. Tub Monthly licensing Court was held on Wednesday morning last before tho Police Magistrate, and Messrs. J- G- Green and .1. Partridge, .TJ-P- The transfer of license fo the Warrego llctel, from Catherine Haruoy to Ivute Bynn, traa granted, and that of the Union Hotel was transferred from Dipped Carter to Andrew Slrachan. The latter transfer included the billiard table. I (jx Thursday nif.rnin^ last, the Police jj-uislrato, Mr. .i. Vivian-Williams, left for I Aujiathella to adjudicate in an alleged sheeu stealing case to be heard at the Augathella Court. The case was to Have been heard yesterday. Mr. Williams wili be back and attend to bnainejs ...
OPPOSING FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
OPPOSING FORCES. It is a regrettable circumstance that the Half-Holiday movement, which promised to result so successfully, has been obstructed by the untoward (we use the word advisedly) opposition of one or two business people of the town, as exhibited at Thursday night's meeting. In country communities it is almost invariably a difficult matter to carry out successfully any proposi tion which tends to depart from the beaten track, and obstacles are often encountered which cause much dis couragement at the outset. The prime movers in the undertaking are therefore to be congratulated upon having brought the project to so advanced a stage, although it is generally to be deplored that this spirit of antagonism has sprung up, which threatens to hazard the success of the movement. * * * * It is idle to go behind the fact that there Are at least two shop-keepers in the town whose sympathies are not with tfto proposal, and the whole matter resolves itself into the question whether the su...
THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1896. A BRIGHTER PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
THE CljarUfcUie Clinch Satl'kdaY, August 8, 1808. A BKUfHTJEa PROSPECT. Despite tho scepticism &lt;vhiefi is ever ready in certain quarters to assist in throwing cold water on any efForfc or achievement emanating from tho Go vernment, the Treasurer's Financial Statement, and the incontrovertible illustration of solvency which its ac companying facts and figures bring to light, cannot bp regarded but as one of the most encouraging of its kind which has been presented to the people for many years. The iron hand and rulo uf depression which has curbed prosperity tor so long in this colony has perhaps rendered our susceptibiiitiea the more acute to any alteration for the better in the condi tion of our affairs, either commercially or socially. But this cannot detract from the merit of the situation. The Budget Speech announces a surplus of £228,000 on the business for the year, 824 independently of the promise for continued hopeful condi tions. ia reassuring in the extreme. Duri...
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN". The' whole question of the action of the Australian Eleven in deciding to play matches in New Zealand and Queensland before disbanding, thus ignoring the instructions of the Ana Italian Cricket Council, was eon sxd^red at a meeting of the New South WaW Association yesterday. A re solution w^8 Pa0S.e&lt;lto the effect that the proposed the Eleven is inimical to the bes."*,"ltereata of cricket in the colonies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
IE the Hood is diseased, the body is diseased." — Remember that the blood whether puro or impure, circulates through the organs of the human body—Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Kidneys, Brain. If it is aden with poisonous matter it spreads disease on its coarse. In cases of Scrofula. Scurry, Eczema, Bad LegB, i Skin and Blooa Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds the effects of Clarke's Blood Mixture are marvel lous. Thousands of wonderful cures have been effected by it. Clarke's Blood Mixture is sold iBTorywhero at 2s 9d per bottle. Be ware of worthless imitations and substitutes.*
Danger! [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
Danger! Few weeks nowadays pass by bat what the community is startled by the intelligence that gome prominent citizen h&a been itract down by sickness or disease. She constant strain on the nerves and the cerebral blood vessels earned by continued attention to work, thought, and business most fell its tale in the end ; th« constant worry of the straggle for existence will break up the most robust constitution. Dr. Allen M'Lane, the rtjsgniied authority of the United Statu on cerebral disease, states that inaamity is largely on the increase through the con tinual wear and tear, that he frequently has cases under his care solely due to extreme mental fatigue. The practice of taking alcoholic stimulants to ensuro a false energy is most baleful, and generally rcsnlts in dis ease of the blood-Teisels and finally paresis. "With such facts stirring you in the face, and the medical profession powerless to grapple with the case, nothing can be done but have recourse to a reliable rem...
Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent). BRISBANE, August 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896
Our Bristol© Letter. (From our own Correspondent}. Brisbane, Auiinat 4cli. Fbobt again this morning! .Tolit. Bright once suggested Ireland beiug slipped from its moorings and shifted 2000 miles farther wast. One would almost imagine Brisbane had been shifted as far south. However, the middle of the day generally smells of summer—in the sun, although the Bonsation of frost still lingers about the shady places—so that one of these fins days we may expect to find our selves naxt door to Sheol onco more. * * * * The QJS". Bank and the Logan election form the chief political topics of the day. The first, no doubt about it, presents a hard nut to crack—so hard that the Cabinet took a couple of days over it in the !Lucinda. The Treasurer, instead of coming back in her on Saturday, remained at South port and will return by rail this morning. I am unable to give you any hint from authoritative sources as to how the problem has been solved; but there is certainly no occasion for the fear of s...