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ROSEWOOD ELECTION PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896

EOSEWOOD ELECTION" PETI TION. The tearing of evidence in connec tion with the Rosewood election peti tion was conclnded to-day, bat no decision was given.

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

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS. A Gazette Extraordinary has been issued appointing Sir EL M, No!a on and tlie Hon. EL Tozsr to the offices of Chief Secretary and Treasurer, and Home Secretary respectively.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sporting Column. Toowoomba Races. FIRST DAY.—FRIDAY. [By Wire.] (From our own Correspondent). TOOWOOMBA, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896

Sporting Column. gToowoomba Races. FUJST DAY.—FRIDAY. [By Wire.] (From oar own Correspondent). Too-vtoomba, Friday Night. Tho first day's racing of tlio Toowoomba Turf Club took place to-day, and mis very successful. The results are:— Shobts Handicap.—Laddie, 1; Comet, 2; Sybil,3. There were six other starters. Won all the way. Sbilutq Kace.—Minto, 1,- Wild ware, 2; Liglitfoofc, 3. There were two other starters. Won in the last stride. Exniurnow Handicap.—Miss Eramet, 1; Dalnair, 2; Cap-a-pie, 3. Four others started. Won by half a length. Wkktbb Handicap.—Tho Banker, 1; Coolmonda, 2; Whitcfoot, 3. Four other starters. Fabevtem Handicap.—Sybil, 1; Eotina, 2 ; Cap-a-pie, 3. Fivo starters.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 8 August 1896

Funeral Notice. THE friends of Mr. WM. WARREN are invited to attend the Funeral of his     deceased wife, who died on the 7th August; the Funeral to leave her late residence at 2   o'clock this (SATURDAY) afternoon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON CITY DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

LONDON CITY DEBT. The London County Council report that the net debt in London is thirty seven millions, and that the rateable value of property is thirty-five million

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. PABLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Friday. PABLIAMENT. In tie Assembly yesterday the Children's Protection Sill waaread a second time. [Further debate took place on the motion in reference to colonred alien immigration. The House agreed to go into Com mittee at its next sitting to consider the advisableness of introducing a bill to repeal and alter certain duties of the Customs. The Bills of Sale Act Amendment SOI was passed through Committee. The Mercantile Act Amendment Bill was considered in Committee. The House then rose until Tuesday.

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WEATHER PEOGNOSTICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

WEATHER PEOGSTOSTICA. TION. Bain, in connection with electrical disturbances, ia anticipated in various parts of the colony, bat ehiefly in the interior.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

General Items. Just now opals are all the raga in the States, and in Now York especially all the smart girls adorn themselves " muchly" with thezo gems. They were, of course, for a long time looked upon as unlucky, and are still so regarded by many persona ; but the American belles would seem to have risen above such petty superstitions, and gone in heavily for this so long neglected stono." Professor William Conrad Rontgen, whose name is now in everybody's month in connection with the "new pho tography," is of Dutch birth. He studied at Zurich with the famous' scientist Kundt. whose assistant he became. In the relation of professor and assistant, Kundt, and Rontgen went from Zurich, to Worz burg, and then to Strasburg. After becoming Professor of Mathematics at the Agricultural college of Hohenheim, and a professor in the University Institute for physics in Giessen, Rontgen returned to Wurzburg in 1S88 and has been teaching there ever sines. He has published several valuable scient...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BELEASE OF PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

BELEASE OP PBISONEBS. The Irish prisoners, Brady, "White head, and Gallagher, have been re leaied, toeing unwell.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legal. Police Court. Monday, 10th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Police Court. Monday, 10th. August. Before J. Yivian-Williams Esq. P.M. "Wages : George W. Dighton summonsed Alexander Morrison, contractor on the Char levflle-CunnamuTa railway line, for wages amounting to £S 2s 9d. George W. Donaldson Dighton deposed that his father took a contract for clearing under defendant; and his father put him en to work on the contract. He was working at 7s a day from the 26th June to the 25th July, and the above amount was due to Iiim I on the latter date. He first went to his father | for his wages, and hia father said he could not pay as he hadjjuothing to pay with. His father then gave him an order for the amount of his wages on defendant. He took the order to defendant who refused to sign . it. He then summonsed defendant for the amount. The custom *n the "line "3 is for the wage earner to get an order from the man under whom he works, and present that order to the sub-contractor for clearing or otherwise; who endorses the sane, which is then taken to...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

SORT! EYES: Beyond! doubt MOR RIS'S IMVEBIAL EYE OINTMEMX is still the safest, speediest, and best remedy in existence. For over fifty years it bas worked really marvellous cores in these colonies, as testimonials will show. Every household is advised to keep a supply always on hand, and immediately apply it when weakness or sore ness is felt through dost, heat, flies, exposure to heat or cold, excessive reading or writing, &c., and thus save further t/oublo and ex pcnsc. Avoid all imitations and substitutes offered in place of this valuable Ointment. Having stood the severest lest of time, no> family can be without it, Sold everywhere? in pots, 2s., containing] sufficient tor jsix, or more cases. Advt. The Blood is the source from which onr systems are built up, and from which we derive our mental as well as our physical capabilities. If the blood is diseased the body is diseased* Sufferers from Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and So...

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Latest Cablegrams. London, Thursday. KILLED FROM A FLYING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

r : ■ 'ri 1 11 1 |' I. ■ . Latest Cablegrams. IiOHDON, Thursday. KILLED FROM A FLYING MACHINE. fforr Lilienthal, a German inventor, lias been killed at Berlin through falling from a flying machine.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

; The Queensland Meat Export and Agency Company, Limited. SPECIAL NOTICE. W« have decided to Still Fnrthftr StedtlCe OUT CSliaXgCS for BLATIGHTEBING, FREEZING, FBEIGHJC to LONDON, and INSUKANCE which will ba as foDotr From Brisbaae* From Towraroille. Itef 11 5/lGd per lb. Matton and Lamb | Ifdper lb. Beef 1 1 7/lCd per lb. Mutton and Lamb | lid )icr lb. For fuller Particulars apply to. ' 5CHE SECRETARY, THE MANAGER, ' Conner Buildings, Brisbane. Boss Rirer "VYorl», Townsville. M*nirfaetuiod only at Thojias Houavat's Esx&raismizsT, 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON. ^ 'jr/y+y fy V 0, ft Jt 0-~ -<S" «*> jof *VS A & IK rS» ^v> v°VV*v ? W>VvV w <^VV ?r £3- PureiasaiB should look to the label on the Boxes and Pot». [ the address is not633, Oxford Street, London, they are spurious. J. N. OR, BUT, & CO., LTD., BRISBANE, SYDNEY, FRANCE, LONDON OontizxerLtal -^g-en-cies. mms Company is crcrlinf* a Inrpo modern Freezing and Chilling Warehouse...

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Black Thursday. IN FIVE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Black Thursday. Dr FIVE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER IV. riYHE man turned upon bun a visage J_ that startled him with terror. It was, indeed, no longer a human visage; bat a scorched and swollen mass of deformity. The beard and hair were burnt away. Eyes were not visible; the whole face being a confused heap of red flesh and hang ing blisters. The poor fellow raised a pair of hands that displayed equally the dreadful work of the fire. The young squatter exclaimed. " How dreadful! Let me help yon, Fehan—let me take yoa home. The man groaned again; and, open ing his distorted mouth with difficulty, and with agony, said: "I have no hon>e—it is burnt." " And your family ? " " Dead—all dead!" " But are you sure—ara you quite sure ? " said Robert, excitedly. "I saw one—my eldest boy: he was lying burnt near the house. I lifted him, to carry him away, but he said,' Lay me down, father,—lay me down; I cannot bear it.' I laid him down, and asked, Where are the rest? ' 411 fled into the bush,' he sai...

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AN INTREPID EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

ah intrepid explorer. A balloon, supposed to be that of Herr JLndree, who was attempting to reach the 3Torth Pols from Spitzber gen, is reported to have been seen by Indiana in Northern Canada.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Cricketers' (Under the Auspices of the Artesian C.C.) WILT, BE held IN THE SCHOOL * OF * ARTS OH Thursday, 27th August. ADMISSION:—Double Tickbt 7s Gd ; Singib Ticket 5», Extba Last 2s Gd.. HARRY CHAS. CLEEVE, Eon. Secretary. MAHOMET ALLS, Indian Doctor. SPECIALIST in Diseases of the Eye, Rheumatics, Piles, and all other com plaints such as Sod Legs, &c. Surgical Operations performed, and Accident Cases attended to. Holds a Diploma from tbo English Govern ment in India. Over 3000 Testimonials leJiich may he seen on application to the Doctoi. All kinds of Sickness will bo treated and a Cure Guaranteed. The length of tlio Complaint will be uo Hindrance to an ultimate Core. Obstinate Gases Overcome. Testlx jEsztzacted., And in fact tlio Doctor has a knowledge of every Branch of the Profession. Indian Herbs supplied, and all kinds of Medicines. DURING THE STAY K//G IN CHARLEVILLE, etyO. ADDRESS— Cottage opposite Presbyterian CIrarcL Visiting Dentist. LANSBURY, L.D.S.C.R.S. (Late...

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HEAT IN AMERICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

HEAT IN AME3ICA. , Excessive beat Baa caused over 70 deaths at Chicago. Numbers of horses are dying in the streets of New Tork; and sonie twenty-five thonsand people j*re sleeping in the docks, being unable to bear the heat of the dwell, ing honses.

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Charleville Hospital. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Charfeville Hospital, COEEESPOSDEtfCE. I Included in the inward correspondence were the following letters: From the office of tho Railway Commissioner, in forming that the Comuiissiouor 13 of opinion that reasons advanced in support of tho application for £50 compensation for the resumption made for railway pur poses from tho Hospital reserve, are in anfficjoiit, and he is, therefore, unable to recognise tho claim made. Colonial Sec retary, asking for full particulars rogard ing tho case of Franks (since deceased), and another patient. Office of Intestacy, forwarding cheque for £6 10?., in payment of bnrial and medical treatment of Jntres Robert Oarruthers, deceased. The Trea snry, enclosing cheque for £5 io paym«nt of refund of fines orroneously paid into Treasury by C.P.S., Augnthella. Ont ward ; Messrs. A. Frascr, Yarronvale, E. B. Learmonth, Gumbardo, Armstrong Bros , Coongoola. T W. Palmer, Offham, and A. H. Pegler, Milo, enclosing sub scription lists. Finance. The Secretary's ...

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DEVELOPING AN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

DEVELOPING AN INDUSTRY. The Blackburn Chamber of Com merce are sending an expedition to China to develop the English cotton trade in that country.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MURDERER EXECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

A MURDERER EXECUTED. The murderer of the late Shah of Persia baa been executed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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