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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
Current Events. "Beto Bbir"—Communication declined —very emphatically. Manuscript posted. Mother Graves* Worm Exterminator has no equal for destroying worms in children and adults. See that yon get the genoine when purchasing. The Roma Municipal Conned is becoming impatient at the delay on the part of the Go vernment in proceeding with tho Artesian bore at that town, and on Monday the Mayor took passage for Brisbane in order to " wake op" the authorities in the matter. Thb Brisbane Exhibition, which was officially opened on Wednesday, was attended by a very large concourse of people. The show was very good and quite up to the standard of previous events, except in the cattle section. Special attention is called to A. Gaydon's I StocK of Saddlery of every description. Best ) collection in the West. On hand at present a splendid assortment of Stock Saddles made on galvan'sed over Steel Plated Trees—with extra gullets—whereby preventing rusting at the panels. My line of own make Ladies...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
Basiacss IToticos* IHE OOEESL^B KATSON&L B« LS^STEO. Incorporated under tlio Companies Act. 1SC3 BANKERS TO TDK GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. SrascBiBKD Capitai. ... £l,2S0,000 Patd-XTf Catitai. .. £SS6,833 2 7 THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK, Limited, grants Drafts on its Branches ami Agents; negotiates Bills against Wool, Tallow, Hides, Copper, Tin, etc., etc.; Purchases and Advances on Gold; Discounts Commercial Paper; makes Advances on Ap proved Security; receives Deposits and allows Interest thereon according to arrange ment ; and transacts all other usual Banking Business. J. 3L SIMPSON, Manager at Charlevillo DR. KIRKALDY, l Corner oE Galatea and Wills Streets. Honrs of Consultation:—9 a.m- to 10 am ; 2 'p.m to 5p.m.; 7 p.m. to 9 p.in Vaccination performed every FRIDAY at p.m Mir. H. T. Bourke/ BARR1STEK-AT-LAW, HAS commenced to practice in Charlevilla as a LEGAL PRACTITIONER. ' HAMBERS. opposite the Court House, Alfred-Street. LOCKtTT & SHELDON. [SOLICITORS, &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
C. PAUL, CtT^T-ElM, EdtfatA Shteefc, Brisbane. Suits td Mea^ufs, £2. Sel^Measttreaaeafc Charts oA Applioatioa l?y Letter* |§UJ§|[ THILO11! HII Whyte, Macpherson & Co., CQuurlWillo. ~g»»r» Office—ST. QEOBfiS. Sum Office—BOLLON. 6ooi and Secure Paddocks. Stock taken on Agistment. Save For Sale: "WTETHKBS, OFF flOTgABS N«AK CHAaLBVXtXH. Lot I.—22,000 wethers, 2, 4,6, and 8 tooth, mostly fat, gnat per centage Collaroy blood, deli Very off shears. 4s Gd, six months U. NkakMohvkn. lot 6.—30 to 40,000 wethers, S yean, off ■bears this month, Wiriah. bred. 4a 6d, terms. BjtAE ItFUACOirBB. Lot 13.—18,000 wethers, 13,000 4 years, balance 3 years, Peak Downs and Logan Downs bred, shorn March. 5s 6d deli vered Dalby, 5s delivered Charleriile, or 4s 6d at yard*. Six months A.B. EWES, OFF SHEAE3. Bus Hr.»mr>T.T, Lot 1.—5000 ewes, 7 years, off shears August Northampton bred. 2s, six months JuB. Neak Chableviiii. Lot 2.—2000 ewes, 3 to 4 rears, off shears September, to lamb end October to...
A True Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
A True Bill Dr. Morgan T. Wills, a recognised Ameri can authority on cerebral disease and insanity, | writes: "It is well for us to know that the emotions cause more unhappiness and crime than any other function of the brain. Hu man bongs are governed by their emotions; and it is well that they should be, though it is emotions that wear away the brain. It is the emotions such as anxiety, fear, sorrow, and lore. ! consider that eight hoars aro sufficient for a man to use his brain, became if ho exceeds that time he becomes Jncrroua and fretful, and an exhaustive brain is an ir ritable brain. You may not feel the ovil effects of the stress of brain work at the time, but yon trill sooner or later, when it will be too late. The men that work at night with their brains are the ones that expose them selves to danger snd death, which will surely come unless the great strain on th» mind is lightened Any man that neglects the first warning of a brain or nervous systom that is becoming exhaus...
Our London Letter. A SATISFACTORY OPENING. (From our Special Correspondent). LONDON, July 3rd, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
Our London Letter. A SATISFACTORY OPENING. (TTrum onr Special Correspondent). London, July 3rd, 189G. It cannot bo said that the strong coatin gaufc which left Bradford for tho opening of the fonrth series o£ London wool auctions took away with them an extra amount of energy and buoyancy, for the late weak shuffling of tho cards made not a few feel somewhat feverish as to what was soon to be the result. "Merino" men especially did not seem to bo in strong "fettle," owing, no donbt, to tho lata poor prices in Bradford for thfit class of stock; while "croaa-bred" men smoked their pipes freely and chatted lightly of the prospects of tho long wools during the next few weeks. But a run from York shire to London In summer is always an agreeable, cheering journey, and as one sped along hundreds of fanners could be seen out in the fields, busily preparing for their sheep and cattle during thecom ing wiuter. Haymaking was practically engaging the attention of everyone, while thousands of she...
Sporting Column. Artesian Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
Sporting Column. Artesian Cricket Club. Appended arc the averages, both batting and bowling, of membew of the Artesian Cricket Club for club -matches for Benson 1895-96. We also publish the batting aver ages for all matches played during tlio past aeason. Batting Averages.—Ciun Matches. Name. ■st o 3 Suns Ja & CO o o cc « u 5m > -4 M. A. McPhcrson 4 92 43 23 W. Lynch. 4. 68 28 14*5 W. Lane 4 49 26 12*2 A. Bichardaon 4 32 16 8 H. Hinton 2 15 12 7-2 G. Worrell 4 23 10 5-57 G. Hooper 4 21 12 5-2 C. Hooper 4 17 14 425 G. Owen 2* 3 3 3 H. C. CI cere 4 15 5 2-75 R. B. Lucas 2 3 3 1-5 E. T. Brennen 2** 0 0 0 * 1 Sot out innings. ** 2 not out innings. Bowxnra Avsxaobs.—Olxtb ICaxohes. N»me. *3 «I 2 &lt;u ► O c « 2 "3 a s 3 PS • o ifc & a to W. Lynch 171 283 3 55 10 5.5 H. C. C'eeve 24 4 — 7 1 7 H. Hinton 66 11 1 24 3 8 M. A. MePherwm 214 35-4 1 103 11 9.4 G. Hooper 168 28 i 78 8 9.6 G. Worrell 33 6 1 24 &lt;] 0 Battesg Avekaqbs.—Aix imtcwim plated BTTETNO ...
Fire Last Night. Narrow Escape of a new Dwelling. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
Eire Last Mght. Narrow Escape of Dwelling. A fire, whicli may hare proved disastrous hod not willing hands promptly rendered assistance, occurred about half-past seven last evening in one of Cobb & Oo.'s new buildingB laUly erected near that Company's stables. Mr. H. Cliippeadall waa at the time moving into tha house. A kerosine lamp, was placed upon a chiffonier, whicli to all appearance was not equally balanced upon its legs. The weight of the lamp tilted this article of fur niture, with the result that the lamp fell with a crash upon the floor. Immediately the place was in a blaze. Many persons were instantly attracted to the scene by hearing the cry of fire, among the first being mem bers of the Salvation Army band who were at the time practising in the Union Hail. Tho burning material was quickly thrown out of tho house* and in less llian five minutes all appearance of a recent fire had disappeared. No neeious damage was done. We are not aware whether the building had y...
Charleville Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 15 August 1896
Charleville Cricket Club. The following are the leading Charlevilk Cricket Club averages for the season 1895-96. .2 o friW .2" 8 H® co o co d OtOOQCO C* C9C4PI o a 2s ° ooooo ^C3^*01DI 2 a 03 Ht*H QO «m-2 o 3 .O fc a OlOCDCSCO rt^CQMW £>10 5*103 09 g O m J° e>_ *• 2 E*tf O O ^ fqCJ[q"&5!3 OfcirJpiK Bowxino Average.—Clnb Matches only. m Namo. a n o Buns. JZ © ty, e* o £ > -&lt; R. Macphersoa U 32 7 4-5 F. Goertz 139 62 11 5*6 J. Gaydon 54 29 3 9*6 H. Hinton 12(! 60 5 10 C. F- Sheldon 241 129 12 10-7 B. T. Bead G6 40 2 20 A meeting of the Kecreation Reserve Com mittee (crickotcrs) was held last Wednesday evening ac the Telegraph Hotel to discuss tho question of putting down a red wicket on the reserve. Mr. J. F. F. Locfcetfc presided. The secretary statsdj that ho had a balance of 33s from tho ball held last season under the auspices of both cricket clubs, which ball was held to raise funds to male minor im provements on tho reserve. Aftor a short discimion, p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896
Business Hotices. ihe queesupsd national BANK LASTED. Incorporated under the Companies Act, ISC3> BANKERS TO THE GOYEIiXHEKX OF QUEENSLAND. Sttbschibed Capital ... £I,2S0,C00 Paid-Up Capital .. £880,839 2 7| rjlHE QUEENSLAND KATIOKAT. JL ! BANK, Limited. j*rants Drifts on its Branches and Agents; negotiatesBillaagainst Wool, Tallow, Hides, Copper, Tin, etc., etc.; Purchases and Advances on Gold; Discounts Commercial Paper; mates Advances on Ap proved Security; receives Deposits and allows Interest thereon according to arrange ment; and transacts all other usual Banking Business. J. 2,1. SIMPSON, Manager at Charleville Mr. E. T. Bourke, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, HAS commenccd toprnefico inCharlevillo as a LEGAL PRACTITIOKEB.! f HAMBEBS. opposite the Court House, I Alfred-Street. LOCKtTT & SHELDON,j [SOLICITORS, &C., Offices :—Opposite Court Housa. Alfred 1 treet, Charlovillc. Mb. J. F. F. Loceett, Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales and Victoria [ DR. KIRKALDY,...
OBJECT LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896
OBJECT LESSONS. Olf E of tlio evidences of the imprac ticability of communal settlement, with human nature as it ia at present constituted, is the result uf the co ! operative groupa which were estab lished some three or four years ago iu deference to the opinions of numerous enthusiasts. The hope was that the scheme, besides farthering land settle ment, would result in the absorption of a considerable portion of the sur plus population, and the Government, reluctantly, in the face of assurances of success, consented to subsidise the experiment. This installment of socialism, as we have seen, was any thing but a ha(>py one, and the country has suffered for the demonstration to the extent of something like £13,000. The failure of the members of the communities, not only to prove the practicability of the system in any particular, but even to abide amicably together, only carried oat what was prc-dictcd for them by the Ministry at the time. Mr. J. Gr. Drake, however, with several o...
THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, August 22, 1896. A SIGNIFICANT VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896
THE CijarteMIs C(r»ics, j Satl'iid»y, August 22, 18!>G. A SIGNIFICANT VICTORY. The result of f.J)c Logan election is indicative of the trend &lt;/£ public feel in*; in regard to Iabour-iii-poljt!C3 jn "Queensland, and the return of the Minister;?} candidate is the more meritorious seeing tli#£ fjio Labor Party had their yery strongest cand'r date in the field- The Socialists wjent for tlio Logan with a grim determina tion to do or die, arid nop ft gtono was left unturned which might assist fhe chances of the Trades Hall nominee. Paring his political career, Mr. Mat. tfeid ipjf.a recognised by all parties as one of tlio £,t^,onge»t representatives on the Labor side of Sim House. He was elected to his seat as uu-uiiio? f?r Ttfowong by a good majority, and dprjng hfs neveral " stumping" tours through |vp,riovi» papts of the colony was always well rucejved by the class .winch lie represented, True, .lie was beaten for his old constituency at the last election—then only by a n...