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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

' Stock and Station, j S&jaattera, Agents, Drovers, and otbcra rrislclag to publish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which liave token place in their respective districts in this column, will kindly forward the in formatira so as to reach thin office not later than ¥tii*y evenings, in orttr1 to eniraro its publication la tha following daj'a tssae. Tiheb OlIlcO; Friday. The past has bsen a fairly lively week in Kgurd to tbe arrival of wool, but tilings in . the stock line appear to bare quietened again, as 6nly one of ourlocalagonts has ony thing to lay in this issue. The weather is perfect, and Spring is merging all too quickly inlo Summer. Bain is wanted in the district as . ilws grass-is getting very dry On Monday 4009 fat ewes entered the Town Common from Roserala and were . trucked for Brisbane; — Grant in charge. : -Mesar#." Wbyfce, JfacpbersoD,' and Co. rr ' porthaving sold daring thej past week 300 bullocks on account of Mr. 31'Eenzie, of Arabel...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Wh^^Macpherson & Co., Chojrlevme. Head Office—ST. GEOKGE. BaiKca Office—BOLLOV. Cfobd OndSecarePaddocks. Stock ta&en on Agiatmeufc. Have For Sale r WETHKRS, OFF SHEABS. Nbab CnAHiBViiiE. Lot I.—22,000 wethers, 2,4,6, and 8 tootli, m«tl/ fat, gnat per cent ago Collaroy hlood„,deUvery off shears, ,4s 6d, six ' vtoSoiitWA.B. ' S^NSiSj Morvbk. lot fi.—450 to 40,000 wethers, 5 years, off •lieaw this month, Wirrah bred. 4s (xi, t rmr. KkAB IrjttACOJIBB. Lob 13.—18,000 wethers, 13,000 4 jeurs, balance 3 yean, Peak Downs and Logan Downs bred, shorn March. 5a 6d deli vered Dolby, 5a delivered Charleviile, or 4m 6d at yards. Six months A.u. / " EWES, OFF SHEABS. Nub Hr.iririT.T, Lot 1.—5000 ewes, 7 yean, off shears August Northampton bred. 2s, six months A3. Near Chablbvimk. Lot 2.—2000 ewe!", 3 to 4 years, off shears September, *o lamb end October to Moira : and Bnrenda rams. 2a 6d cash. Near St. Gbobgb. Lot 3.—5800 ewes, 3,4, and 6 year*, equal proportion age;,off shears Aug...

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Our London Letter. CONTINUED KEEN DEMAND. (From our Special Correspondent). LONDON, July 10th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Our London Letter. CONTINUED KEEN DEMAND. fFroin our Special Correspondent). London, July 10th, 1896. " Capped!" That is tho word employed in all Yorkshire to denote a surprise feel ing, and, truly, those engaged in the wool trado express on all hands their great surprise at seeing tho course of the Lon don wool auctions during the past week. 1 may not be able to chronicle a great move up in increased prices—that need not yet be expected by tho colonial growers —but, considering the present state of the home markets and the absenco of Ameri can buying, the continued ruling of wool in London is indeed eminently satisfactory. Looking more minutely into the week's doings, it is worthy of remark that, with' tho opening of the week there was given a strong and increased competition from all sides of the house. The accentuated running vernacular of the Frenchmen, championed only by the powerful, full toned, stentorion tones of the Yorkshire men, were in tho van; and all through the &a...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Municipal Council. I The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the CharWille Municipal Council was held at the Charleville Hotel o«» Tuesday [ evenin" last. Theio was a full Council, I and the Mayor, Alderman Aeschimann, 1 presided. ] COKKESPOSDKHCE. I The inward correspondence included I the following letters: Watson&Ferguson, 1 Brisbane, acknowledging receipt of £10 tSsdd. Bogunda Hudson, & Co., Din I more, advising the d«wpatch of drain P'P®8 | to Charleville. Secretary of Charleville I Hospital, stating that the water supply of I that institution beta™ very unsatisfactory, I it had been found advisable to connect J service pipes to the main in Parry-street, land asking the Council to extend tho I main t» a point opposite tho Institution's I windmill in order to mitisate the cost of I the work. Mrs. F. Vivian-Williams, giv II ing notice of intention to appeal against I valuation of allotments 4 and 5 of section 122. Mr. C. W. Burcher, Charleville, 1 complaining of the i...

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Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Longevity. It is likely that a tendency to longevity ia frequently inherited—that it runs in families. We know that a lack of vitality, weakness of constitution, and a tendency to certain disoasca aro transmissible. Presuming that nature ncror indicates any physiological pre ference for individual*, we can account for this principle of preservation by the fqet that in all large families tlio^wenkeat and dis eased die out, leaving osly t!\a healthy and most hearty to propagate. WfitH such sound stock long life through, successive generations is the result. If the truth must ho told plainly, death is usually u, species of suicido. People seen set upon the mado of lifd which will kill tlicm quickest. Too much eating and too little sleeping, stimulants, rcckless dissipation, brains ocorburduned with busi ness, hearts harrowed with cares and respon sibilities of life—such are tho things that hurry, folks into early graves. Worry acu nervous excitement kill people quicker than, wars and f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

In lady Louisa Tii'lio and Lady Sophia Cecil there «ro still two survivors of the famous ball given by the duchess of Richmond at Brussels on the eve of the battle of Waterloo. In 1815 these ladies, ( then girls of twelve and six respectively, were present at that famous ball. The quantity uf trine produced in South Australia last year was 1,743,090 gal lons. ! SORE JEYK.S • Borond! doubt MOR RIS'S IJI1'EUIAL EYE OINTMEMT is elill the safest, speediest, and best remedy in existence. For over iit'ty years it has worked really marvellous cures 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 dust, heat, flies, oxposure to heat or cold, excessive reading or writing, &c-, and thus nave further t.-ouble and ex pense. Avoid all imitations and substitntes offered in place oE this valuable Ointment. Having stood the severest test of time, no family can be with...

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Week's Wiring. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Wool is arriving at Rockhampton in large quantities. Mr. Jack, Government Geologist, is visiting the conglomerate country on the Palincr _ A deputation of ironworkers inter viewed Messrs. Anuear and Bartholo mew, M1I.L.A., in Maryborough, to pro test against the proposed remission of duty on various articles connected with the iron trades. Tim Intercolonial Tick Conference con cluded its sittings in Sydney on Satur day, and adopted a report .which recom mends, among other things, tho colonial Governments jointly undertaking the expense of tho experiments in Queens land as to the nature of the disease and its treatment. A considerable area of cane in the Maclean district of New South Wales, which was supposed to have been de stroyed by frost, is now recovering. The quantity of nine produced in South Australia last year was 1,743,090 gallons. Roberta's Hotol, in Sydney, had a nar row escape from destruction by fire on Saturday morning. A firo broke out an the barque Mac calum More at ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

SECOND DAY. HfRDiE Race, £35, 1 mile and 5 furlongs. Kangaroo, list 12lb ... 1 Melton, lOst 2 Count, lOst 131b 3 Whalebone and Patch also rati. Won after a good race by two Iongths. Time, 3min 19£sec. Dividend, 22s. Bihbak Handicap, £45. fi furlongs. S. Fairbairn's g g Sid, 8st 101b ... ... 1 Or. Roe's br g Boomerang, 7st 71b ... 2 C. McConachy's b g Foundling, lOst 21b ... 3 Seven other* started. A rattling good race, iron by a length and a half, 'lime, lmin 7sec. Dividend, £112s. Tnoairsojr Handicap, £75, H miles. Comet, fat 2lb 1 Mormon, 9st 91b 2 Erie, 8st 51b 3 There were nine other runners. The erout resulted in a good race, Comet win ning by two lengths. Time, 2min l7sec. Dividend, £t 5s. Second Cobinihian Handicap, £35. 1 mile. Euclid, 10s 71b 1 Roy, list 31b ... ... ... ... 2 Sarfc, lQsfc 31b 3 Five others started. Won by half a length. Time, lmin 512sec. Dividend, £1 Ills Hack Race, £10, 6 furlongs, lOst up. Louelte, 1; Eildare, 2; Tarragon, 3. Mar vel was the only other s...

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Friday, 21st August. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Friday, 21st Angust. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esa.. P.M. Obscene Language.—Michael Eyan was fined 40s, Sa witness expenses, and ts lOdcost of court, or in default one month is Roma final foff ata&ing use of obscene language.

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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

General Items. The most varied and ill-assorted crow3 (say3 the Patriot) that ever Fitzgerald's Circus played to was in the Iais. Long before the performance commenced, tha tent was rushed by Japs, Javanese, China men, Kanakas, Cingalese, Hindoos, and lialf-castes. The other part consisted of Europeans, some of whom hadn't been washed since the cold weather had set in. At Bo*water, on Milungera, at a depth of 700 ft. a flow or water eqnal to 2,(iOO,OQO "alions, has been struck, says the Cloimunj Adcacate. JBowwater is be tween Iitinda and Millnngera on the Saxby. From arrival of plant to the de parture of same was only live weeks, being only about a fortnight's actual boring. The water of thejbore runs four miles into the Saxby, and is then lost in the sand. We understand, however, that the water can be diverted in other direc tions.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. AUSTRALIANS V. SURREY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Latest Cablegrams. Lohdok, Thursday. / AUSTRALIANS Y. SURREY. The match between the Australian Eleven and the county of Surrey, which was interrupted by rain, ended in a draw. Tiic Australians mado 22-4 in their first innings, and Surrey, in their second iuniugs scored SO for the lose of 4 wickets._ iThe scores conse quently wereSurrey, 1st innings, 295; second innings, 4 for SO; Aus tralians, 1st innings, 221.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

DENTISTRY. erestTurtom, "(DULY QffALIFIKD) SURGEON DENTIST, 214 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, Will visit Charleville monthly, and may be consulted on all Branches of his PROFESSION at Aeschimann's Hotel on the following dates. AUGUST 1st until 3rd. Special Allen!tan pitij to Painless Operating Artificial Work Life like aud Durable. COMJIUXICATOIiS : W. Troup, Chemist, Churleville, and E. Burton, 214 Queen-street, Brisbane. PlANOFOKT E. ORGAN ASD MUSIC WAREHOUSE. A LARGE STOCK of Broas Band Instru ment?, Violins and FitlinsP, Concertinas, Aceotdeons, acd all Musical Instruments al ways on band. Our PIANOS ORGANS •re Specially Constructed and will etand the extremes of the Wcslern Climate. The Ttming, Herniating and Repairing of PIANOS and ORUANS is a Speciality with us. A thorough!/ com petent TUNER and REPAIRER Visits CHARLEVILLE at Regular Intervals. Orders for Tuning may be left with W. TROUP, Chemist. ' Our Stock of Music is very Extensive and Up to Data. BTJRNELL & CO., PIANOF...

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A FRUSTRATED PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

A. FKTJSTEA.TED PLOT. A plot to blovr up the Castle Grandja, the residence of Infanta Isabella in Spain, has been dis covered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Advertisement Notices. Tits Postmaster-General iaulca separate tender?, up «o the 3rd October, tor the. con veyance 01 and mails and parcels tor <hip, two, or three year* from Jst January, 1S97. The Svrrcyor-Genert.} dirccl* attention t> tlie fact that the exatnin. tion of candidate# for surveyor? Iieenaa will commence on the l£th September. - !fhe Afiirweli J>ivMtor<al Board again in vites lenders for several or ark] owin? to no applintions having been received for some of tho contracts previously ndrcrtised. ^Ecn dera closo oa the 4th September. U'ender* at iarited by Cobb and Co. for a quantity of limber. Mr. E. B. llssgall liaB^oujinenccd business "opposite the Xorinnn lintel in the premises lately oceirpietl by Mr (i. JJo^lntt. A tbrce-rooumd «o! tn gcf etc., is offered .for | «b)« by Mr. J»lm l'urfcer. . Claim* *gnin»t Mr. Cuijihcrt. Cliflon, of! Springfield, tie«r Oliarleville, vfmuM bo sent in duplicate to Mr. J)yball, suliritor, of Boinu, JL houi...

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THE CRETAN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

THE CBETAir TROUBLE. The Porte bas informed tbe Great Powers that the sending of reinforce ments to Crete bj Greece is straining tbe relations between Turkey and that country. Turkish troops are reported to have massacred 80 aged villagers in Mace donia.

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PROPOSAL FOR AN ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

PROPOSAL FOR AN ANTARC TIC EXPEDITION. The Times suggests that Norway, Great Britain, and Anatralia should, .subsidise an Antarctic expedition under the command of Dr. Nansen.

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Special Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. THE LATE SIR J. MILLAIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

Special Cablegrams. Loitdok, Thursday. THE LATE SIB J. MILLAIS. The funeral of the lata Sir John' Millais was attended by an enormoos conconrao of people. The Qaeea and the Prince of Wales sent wreaths.

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ENFORCING DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

ENFORCING DISCIPLINE. Tbirty-three Hussars at Mafefting Jbfive been punished for disobeying orders.

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AUSTRALIANS V. GLOUCESTER [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

AUSTRALIANS V. GLOUCESTER The Australian Eleven commenced & match against Gloucester to-dav. Tha weather was fine and tha wicket good. Gloucester batted . first and were all disposed of for 133. McKib bin bowled splendidly, taking 6 wickets for 48 rnns. The Austra 9taz>s in their first innings made 204, Gregory scoring 71 not oat.

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UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 22 August 1896

UNITED STATES PBESIDENCf. . The JSTev York correspondent of the Times sajs that Mr. McKinley is safe for the Presidency of the United States.

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