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New Customs Bill. REVISED TARIFF LIST. BY WIRE.] BRISBANE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

New Customs Bill. REVISED TARIFF LIST. By Wire.] Brisbane, Friday night. | The revised Tariff list; contained in the UustomsBill to be introduced in the Assembly on Tuesday, has been published. The proposed remission of duties will re move many of the burdens now borne by the producing and manufacturing in terests. Souie of the remitted duties, which, while bringing in very little revenue, are atill a source of annoyance. The expenses to the trading community are, at the same time, really protective. The incidence of-the present tariff is maintained by the removal of the duty on agricultural and mining machinery not made in the colony, and by placing bags and wool-packs on the free list. Important aid is given to the industries affected, local manufacturers at the same time being assutad by the removal of the duty on imported parts of machines, and on the formal of raw material not produced in the colony and on which duty is now paid; also by the remission of the duty on chemicals u...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Father Corrigan at Thargomindah. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Father Corrigan at Thargo mindaii. < The Ray. Father Corrigau, who is about to leave the district, having been transferred to Brisbane, recently paid a visit to Thargomindah, passing en route through CunnamuIIa, and returning to Charleville last Wednesday evening via Eulo and CunnamuIIa. It will be re membered that the Rev. gentleman l«fc this town on the 23rd July, and had a most enjoyable trip, the roads being in good condition and the weather glorious, the country, however, being very dry along the road-side. Notwithstanding his favourable trip we are informed tbat the Rev. gentleman had very hard work to accomplish in' the townships above mentioned, and was kept so busy in the discharge of the various 'duties in con nection with his priestly office that he had not one single day free from such charge. Leaving this town as above men tioned, he arrived at CunnamuIIa the fol lowing Friday night. On Sunday, he celebrated Mass at that town at 8 a. in. and 10 a.m. respectiv...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday. INFANTICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adklatde, Eridar. INFANTICIDE. Mrs. Mar/ Jane Dunn has been committed for trial here on a charge of murdoring her infant.

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Special Telegrams. BRISBANE, Friday night. HEAVY SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Special Telegrams BuiaBAJfE, Friday ni» HEAVY SENTENCES. "W. A. Wilmott and JameB Golds worthy were to-day sentenced to 12 and 15 years respectively on a charge of ineeat.

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

Advertisers' Notices. Mr. A. T. Lanslrary,SargicsI and Mechani cal Dentist, announces that lie will visit Char levillo periodically from Roma. The programme of the races to be held at the Bicrbank Hotel on the 1st October is published in this issue. Mr. Wm. Warren thanks his many friends for their kindly sympathy towards him in his lute trouble, A cricketers' ball is to be held in the School of Arts on "hursday, the 27th in stant. The virtues of "Manx" nnd "Thistle" brands of clothing arc extolled in the proper place. The poundkeeper advertises the sale of twenty-six pound stock on the 1st September, unless previously released. Hahommat Alii, an Indian doctor, is pay ing Chorlovillo a visit.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. CITY DESTITUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

NEW SOUTH WALES. Stduet, Friday. CITY DESTITUTES. The Sydney City Council are con sidering the question of erecting shelter and sleeping sheds in the Domain for the comfort of the unem ployed.

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Week's Wiring. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

The Elections Tribunal ou Saturday de clared the election of Mr. IX T- Kaogb, sitting member for Rosewood, void, but allowed no costs of the petition against him. The ' Hospital Saturday collections omouutei to £320, £23 more than last year. A. public demonstration of the Rontgen rays was given on Saturday BrisbanVby~Mr._J._jy—Sufcton, oexore ine Royal Society. A young man named Edward Ham mond was killed at Portland Downs by a tick from a horse. _Au Indian Hawker was killed near Iusford through being thrown out of his vehicle. The railway office at Bowes was broken into by burglars, but nothing of value taken. A meeting has been held at Towna ville to protest against "the order prohi biting the export of hides from the col ony unless certified to be free from either dead or alive, and a telegram has been sent to the Government on the sub ject. The ^Manchester co-operative delegates are visiting the various industrial centres of New South Wales. At liatterbone, in New South Wales, t...

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THE TICK SCARE. ACTION OF FARMERS. THE TICK CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

THE TICK SCAEE. ACTION Of FARMERS. THE TICK CONFERENCE. At the Farmers' Conference, now Bitting in "Wagga, it wa« affirmed that tbe Government should take imme diate action to gnard against the entrance o£ infested cattle from Queensland. The Tick Conference met again in Sydney yesterday, but as the experts bad not completed their report, the Conference adjourned after discussing some matters of importance to atock •owners, especially the question of a uniform system of branding. The experts in connection with the Tick Conference sat throughout yes terday and last evening considering various matters remitted to them for report, and also received a deputation of tanners, who urged tho advisability •of dry salting of hides. The Queensland officials report that tbe alleged ravages of tbe tick have been greatly exaggerated.

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Brisbane Races. FIRST DAY. [BY WIRE.] BRISBANE. Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Brisbane Eaces. FIBST DAY. [Br Wise.]. Beisbasb. Friday nislit. The first day's racing under tba auspices of the Queensland Turf Club was held to day. Tho tnro principal events resulted as . under:— Quhbxseahd Guineas. College Cap 1 Oxford 2 Crater 3 Exhibition Handicap. Newbold .. 1 Freedom 2 laraolite 3

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Stock and Station. ■Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to. publish reports at stock sales,stockmovements, and trinfallB, Which hare taken plceo in their rospectiYe Astdcts in this column, will kindly forward the in . Cumstlan so as to reach this offlcs not later than atiisjr evenings. in order to ensure its publication ia Ik* teUawlng daj'a Issue. Truss Office, Flriday. The weather has been very changeable bnt decidedly Spring-liko daring the week. At time of writing there are indications of rain which are supported (or rice torso) by the latest forecast of the Weather Bureau,accord ing to oar telegraphic advices. A steady fall; is greatly needed just now. Stock move ments are somewhat livelier of late. Truck ings for the week are as followsOn the 10th, 1560 sheep to Normanby on account of B. D. Morehead & Co.; 11th, 12 head fat cattle to Brisbane, and 120 head for Wallangarra on account of Mr. McGowaa. The number of bales of wool trucked during the week are:— Du...

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Public Meeting. FORMATION OF FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Public Meeting. FORMATION OF FIRE BRIGADE. A public meeting was held at the Char leville Hotel on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock for the pnrpose of forming a local firo brigade. The Mayor occupied the chair. The meeting was not as largely attended as the importance of the project warranted. Property owners were, to speak generally, conspicuous by their absence. The Mayor, on rising, said that the meeting was held for the pnrpose of form ing a fire brigade. The project had been discussed by the Municipal Council seve ral times, and the Alderman generally saw the necessity of forming a brigade. He was sorry to say that not one of the Alderman had put in an appearance that sight. The Charleville bore had been idle for years, and after a good struggle the Coancil had managed to lay the water on to the town. The town had grown, and honses were being built closer together and in case of fire it would really, under present circumstances, mean the loss of the town, or a greater part of it. T...

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THE Charleville Times. Saturday, August 15, 1896. THE BORDER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

THE Cfjarletotlle Cintes* Saturday, August 15, 139G. THE BORDER TRADE. Seeing the aggressive attitude which New South Wales has of late years exhibited in regard to the border trade of Queensland, it appears high time that the matter of railway ex tension along the south-western por tion of the colony were taken into serious consideration. The Border Tax, whereby our Government hoped to divert to a great extent the traffic of this locality over the railways of its own colony, has not had the result which was anticipated, and although the Mother colony has been compec ingatadisad vantage she has succeeded in retaining a considerable hold upon the traffic from the districts in ques tion. The extension from Charleville to Cunnamulla would alter the situa tion but little, even were New South Wales to refrain from pushing her railway service further towards the 'coveted territory—a doubtful possi bility. * * • * This border trade must be provided for upon a comprehensive system if Queens...

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

Ciahke's "Wokxd-famkd Bl06i~ IlflX TBBB.—"Tho most searching Blood Cleanser I that science and medical slall have brought | to light." Sufferers from Scrofula. ScurvyJ .Eczema, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores oE any kind are solicited I to give it a trial to test its value, thousands of wonderful cures hare been effected by its Soldfeverywbere at 2s 3d per bottle. Beware of -worthless imitations and substitutes.* The biggest record cargo of live stock ! ever landed in a. British port is that of tho " Sylvania" from Boston, which car i riod 1,400 head of cattle and 570 sheep. They were landed in England at the end of April last. " For the blood is tho life." Clarkes World-famed Blood Mixture is warratned to cleanse the blood from all impurities from whatever cause arising. For Scrofula, Scarvey, Eczema, Bud Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds, its effects are marvellous. Thousands of won derful cures have been effected by it. Sold ever...

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THE CHINESE ENVOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

THE CHINESE ENVOY. Id Hang Chang, the Chinese Vice roy, intends visiting Canada on his return journey to China.

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS—1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Charleville Land Court SITTINGS—18PS. Monday, September 7. Monday, October 5. Monday, November 2. Monday, December 7

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Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent). BRISBANE, August 11th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

Oar Brlstafi© Letter. so:—1 ■ 1 ■ ■■■ (From our own Correspondent}. Brisbane, Aujnst lUli. StnnxER. ia coming, though slowly I for tlie time of year, the nights still keeping cold enough to check vegeta tion. The crops are looking grand everywhere, giving assurance of a splendid harvest—i£ there is not too much ram. Excess of moisture, rather than of drought, is tho fear of the Australian farmer for once. Abont Toowoomba they say rain now were apt to produce rase, so heavy is the wheat crop. * * * * The assessors, by a majority, found that Mr. D. T. Keogh was a Govern ment contractor when elected for Kosewood; consequently the elaction has been declared void. From the evidence and the summing up of the Chief Justice, on® would expect the verdict unanimous; but the respon dent was a labour man, and so wsra two of the assessors. Mr. Hardgrave did not succeed in getting himself declared the member, nor even m getting his expenses. The first is not in accordance with law, although a not...

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CRETAN DEVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

CRETAN DEVOLUTION. J?onr Christian villages in Crate hare been sacited by the Moslems.

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

" Fob the Blood b tjjk Life."—If the blood is laden with impurities it spreads disease as it circulates through the organs of the human body—Lnngs, Heart, Stomach, Kidneys, Brain. Clarke's World-famed Blood Mixture is warranted to clc&nse the Mood from all impurities from whatever cause raising. For Scrofula, Scurry, Eczema, Bad Legs, Skin aud Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds its effects are mar?ol loas. Thousands of wonderful cures have been effected by it. Said everywhere a,t2». 9d. Beware of worthiest imitations and substitutes.—Adtx" DENTISTRY. ERNEST BURTON, .'(DULY QUALIFIED) SURGEON DENTIST, 214 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, Will visit Charleville monthly, and may be consulted on all Branches of his PROFESSION at Aeschimanns Hotel on the following dates. AUGUST 1st until 3rd. Special Attention paid to Painless Operating Artificial Work Life-like and Durable. ComiumcAiona: W. Troup, Chemist, Charleville, and E. Barton, 214 Queen-street, Brisbane. PlAiNOFORTfi ...

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The Test Match. Third and Final. Wm for England. A Surprising Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

The Test Match. Third and Final. Wm for England. A Surprising Contest. The third and final cricket match between teams represented of England acd Australia, to decide the premiership—a contest which ultimately proved of a meat eventful nature— was commenced at Kennington Oral on Mon day. In Oharlerille, as elsewhere, the keen est interest was exhibited in the match, and arrangements were made to secure periodical information as to the progress of the game, which was confidently expected by many local enthtuiasta to bo oho of the most hotly and evenly contested events ef its kind which had taken place previously. However, the unexpected happened. Bain set in on the ground soon after the commence | ment of play, which was witnessed by 29,600 persons. In fact, according to the first cable received, there were only 95 minutes actual play during the day. TbiB of course rendered I the wicket heavy, and almost nnplayable, and put a decidedly different complexion on matters. Bain continued ...

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UPHEAVAL IN MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896

UPHEAVAL IN MADAGASCAR. A general condition of anarchy pre vails at present in Madagascar.

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