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A Maiden's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
A Maiden's TrooMes. Miss Jnniieson, a merry maiden re siding nfc Autumn-3treet,. Ashby, Gee long, Tic., lias Lad troubles of heir own. '.They are now past," so she told an in quisitive reporter recently. "Some few veaj's aso," she continuing, "I suffered from a very sovrre attack of influenza. I coaltl never get rid of its after-effects until I tried "Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People. Although generally experiencing robust health previous to this, attack, when at last I was ablo to leave my room I wa3 almost of ghostly proportions-not at all like lam now. And I continued in this state for some time. I did not mind the weakness so feeling sure that would wear off in time with good nourishment. But in March of last venr I commenced to experience great inconvenience from pains in my right side. I consulted n medical man, who said it was merely the after effects of the influenza, and I was not to worry myselfi But, as the rains continue, I did worry myself, find went to Melbourne...
Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
Sporting Scraps. A football match between teams re presenting Queensland and New South Wales was played on the Recreation Reserve on the 26th of June, and re sulted, after an exciting contest in a victory for the Cornstalks by 3 point! to nil. The teams were very evenly matched and daring the first half no score what* ever was secured. In the second half Devereux obtained a try Tor th« Sunny South just before time was called. No goal resulted. The play in the second half was rtrj fast and furious, and a disposition to wards pugilism was manifested by some of the players. If men ' cannot play without losing control of their;tempers and persist in playing the' man* instead of the ' ball,' there is only one. place for thetn-ofE the "ffrfd. Another point to which attentioa may be directed is the continual heck ling to which the referee (Mr. G. Hooper) was subjected on Sunday by a couple of [(layers. We are glad to hear that in future the rules will be strictly enforced and unruly player...
A War Veteran's Story. HOPELESSLY HANDICAPPED BY SEVERE BILIOUSNESS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. MANY MEDICINES TRIED IN VAIN. REMARKABLE VICTORY FOR BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
A War Veteran's Story. HOPELESSLY HANDICAPPED BT SEVERE BILIOUSNESS AND LIVER COM PLAINTS. MANY MEDICINES TRIED IN VAIN. REMARKABLE VICTORY FOR BILE BEANS. Mr. Benjamin Kirwan, who resides at 472 Little Lonsdale-street, Melboarne, and ia a native of that city, was born in '47, and has seen a good bit of the world daring the past half-century. He took an active part in the Maori War of .64-*68, carrying his life in his hands, and having many hairbreadth escapes from hi3 dnsky fees. He enjoyed ex cellent health till within the last few years, when those common complaints, biliousness and liver trouble, attacked him. We let him speak for himself : *'I was a sufferer from liver affection for years. Bat my main trouble arose from the state of my liver, brought on through bili onaness. Sly appetite, once good, almost entirely failed me. In fact, I took a great .dislike to food 'of any sort. This, for a 'man of my calling-a car rier - wa3 a .severe afflic tion, for my bodily strength natur...
Police Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
Police Pfurs. At tlie Police Court on Monday an old chap named John Young was charged with drunkenness and dis charged with a caution. For resisting the police the same defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined 10s or 48 hours in default. -" Another offender named Edward Harrop, who pleaded guilty to a charge! of using obscene language was fined 20sJ with 14 days imprisonment as an alter-] native. I Mr. Harris, as Inspector of Stamps^ proceeded against R. Williams for a breach of section 71 of the Stamp Dut ies Act of 1894, by neglecting to stamp a receipt. Mr. G. A. Francis appeared for the defendant'and pleaded guilty. A fine of £5 with 5s 4d costs of court and 5s witnesses expenses was inflicted. On June 28th Joseph Blake was fined 5s and Is costs for a breaeh of section .8 of the Dog Act of 1835. Blake was teposing comfortably on the verandah of the Charleville Hotel, with the dog in attendance. The faithful animal re fused to allow anyone, although clad in the garb of a policema...
Sleeplessness. Weariness, LOSS of Appetite. Now Enjoys Good Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
Sleeplessness. Weariness* KIOSM of Appetite. Xonr Eajoyn Good Health. Mr. Richard Gibbs, Beryl-street^ Broken Hill, N.S.W, writes on Jane 3nl, 1897 -- In writing this I wish to express my thanks for your more than valuable de ments Tonic, for it has cared me of an illness of which I do not know the name. The symptoms were similar to those de scribed in one o£ your pamphlets by Mr. Patrick Quinn. of this town, viz., sleepless ness, wearintSH, loss of appetite. My arms and hands would be qnite useless at times. I never knew what it was to have a calm sleep; it was always broken by bad dreams, and consequently anrefresbinj*. I became morose and despondent. I lost flesh and strength rapidly. About this time I commenced a course of Clements Tonic, ami I found almost instantaneous benefit. I have certainly taken a quantity of Clements Tonic, bat I am thankful to aay not without benefit, for I no longer suffer from any of the old symptoms, bat now enjoy good health, and will tdways feel pl...
Tbe Eleetrie Light. A POLL TO BE TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
Tbe Meeirie Lig&t. A POLL TO BE TAKEN. A special meeting of the Munici pal Council was held on Monday evening, the aldermen present be ing Messrs Armstrong (Mayor)-, Billington, Fitzwalter, Smith, ana Brennen. A quantity of correspondence from various electrical firms was read. The Town Clerk (Mr. J. T. French) read his report as folilovra:-I liavo fcha honor to submit the following report on the electric lighting of Charleville based on the data at mj command. 1. Motive power availahla. The re salts of a series of tests proves the surplus power of the Charie7ille artesian bote, after making ample provision for the town water supply, to be approximately 18 horse power. This power, by using accumulators, is ample to supply an electric lighting plant, with 1COO lights of 8 candle power. 2. Probable cost. I? specifications are prepared so that they give open com petition to all the electrical firms in tha colonies and also to ih9 representatives of Home firms a great saving wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
Do Ton Waat A , The Best Value arc Obtainable in.m W. II. Paling & Co Id. -Established 1853. STEINWAY, LIPP. BRINSMBAD, FEURICH, COLI.AltD, GOUS & KALLMANN. CARL ECKE, UEBEL & LEtCHLElTER. The Wonderful Medium Priced VTCTOR and tbe Marvellously Perfect low priced E. BELLING. Each of these Pianos is of Spec'al Con struction for Extreme and Trying climates Require only the Minimum Tuning and Attention. It is in Consequence of the Exceptional Satisfaction given by the Pianoa they sell that PALING & CO'S Badness has grown to its present Immense Phjportioas. So Be&foir VaUoa© &lt;DS>Ja3ra?iItoae Supplied to any part of the Colony on Easy Terms. ap&nss.g' ^ Co. are also Agents for j The gloriou3 ESTEY American Organs jrar Church, Lodge, Hall, Sunday School, and Parlor. Th» famous Band Instruments by BES SONand CO., and BOCSEY and CO. A Perfect Stock. Immense Stock of Accordeoos, Concer tinas, Flutes, and Slusical Instruments of EV...
Latest War News. London, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
E^itest War Sews. London, Jnne 30. General Shafter, commander of the American force invading Cuba, reports that he will he able to take Santiago within forty-eight hoars. The American auxiliary cruisers St. Louis and St. Paul had an en gagement with the Spanish gqn b?ats off San Juan, m Porto Bico, and were compelled to retire. The Spanish squadron under Ad miral Camara has entered the Suez Canal. Lord Salisbury, speaking at a gathering of the United Service Club, said that apart from the Span - ish-American war, the world politi cally looked smiling enough, and British interests everywhere showed signs of growing prosperity. The Premier farther stated that nuder all circumstances British treaty rights in China wonld be main tained, and he hoped to conviuce China tl&lt;at her best safeguard wonld be t« accept British advice in carry ing out reforms and developing the resources of the country.
Here and Elsswhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
AT tSoapscial meeting of the Muni cipal Council cn Monday evening the Mayor was empowered to arraage with the Police Magistrate a date for the holding of the appeal court against municipal valuations for 1898. We understand that Thursday, September 1st, haa been fired as the data for the Court. Thb Local Authorities Association Bare given the opinion that Aid. Bren aen has not jeopardised his seat in the Council by absence, as no business was transacted at the meeting of the Coan ". cil which lapsed for want of a quorum. Aid. Brennen accordingly to his seat at the meeting on Monday evening. Errjcmoii is directed to Mr. H. W. Briant's advertisement which appears on oar first page. Mr. Briant, who is desirous of clearing out his winter stock, has adopted 3 novel idea in place ofthessual discount for cash by pre senting his customers with the redaction in the shape of "hard cash," which will no doubt attract bargain-seekere. A number of roceeabouts intended to replace those on strike a...
land Board Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 2 July 1898
Land Board Courts The sittings of the above Court were opened at the Charleville Court House on Monday, before Mr. T. S. Sword. Mr. W. F. Wilson appeared on be half of the Crown, and Mr. A. Warle, &nbsp; Dividing Commissioner, and Mr. Smales, Deputy-Registrar, were present. The following cases were dealt with: &nbsp; NORTH EURELLA. Lessee, Eliza Calcino ; area, 35 sq. miles; rent for first period, 15s.; rent &nbsp; recommended for second period, 20s. There was no appearance of the lessee. The commissioner (Mr. Warde) re ported that the total area of the lease hold was 35 sq miles, of which five were unavailable. He estimated the carrying capacity at 16 head of cattle per mile, and a fair rent would he 20s. per mile. Decision reserved. HOGANTHULL.Y. Lessees, Queensland N-iiional li "it ; area, 295 sq miles ; rent For lirst i-eriod, 22s. ; rent recommended for scc-md period, 26s. 10-^d. The commissioner reported that the area of the leasehold was 205 sq miles, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
,SANDER & SONS KUCALY HI EX TRACT.-Under the distinguished patron* age' of Hia Maesty the' King of'Italy, as perl communication 'made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-General for-Itnly,. at Melbourne, March 14, 1S78. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam exhibi tion," 1SS3. Acknowledged by Medical ' Clinics and Universities all over the Globe, j There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract ' in the market, products of simple distilla tion, forming crude, resinous oilsL In order j that these crude oils may not be taken for , our pure volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the ? Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure ' origin, as per information forwarded to us ' through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1873, we state: I It is proved by tests made by the medical clinics of the universities of Bonu and Griefs ! wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr j Schnltz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonne and Professor Dr Mossier, Di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
masrsnr ? mosey ! ? hosei ;!! GREAT CASH DISTRIBUTION, for 14 days Only. HAVING had a Very Successfnl Half-Year, anil beinsr desirous of Clenrinjr Out i>ll Wit.trr Sto'-k to make romn for Summer Goods without the trouble of TO marking the Stock, [ NOW MAKE TUB BTGGKST CASH DISTRIBUTION EVER HEARD OF IN THESE PARTS :-? THRSE SHIKLTXCi!! CITES AWAV WITH PAKOEt* ! The Biggest Bayer the Diggest Benefitter. TAKE NOTICE.-This is no "hawker's yarn," or " mint s^st kiHoil policy."-bnt an Actn il Gift of Three Silver Shillings on £1 parcels. . Boll Up and get yoop Supplies fop Spring, Sumnnp. Autumn, and Winter. ; FIRST COME, BEST CHOICE. REMNANTS AND KAItGAIXS IN A T.I. !»EPA UTMENTS B I A N T ... OHAJRXEVTLLE. .?'i'Osnme'at Galatea and . Wills! Streets. ,.K»crrs of Consultation-9 a-m. to 10 a.m. 3 pun. to 5 p.m. ; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. r'Vaecimiiion performed every FRIDAY r*tfim. " iG. N. BELT,, LiP"--' CHARLEVILLE. -l;lAt»ofPowers and Robinson's, and of T. - 'Bonton's, Brisbane. ttfir CARTER...
Warrego Rabbit Board. ANNUAL ELECTION. Thargomindah, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
Warregr© BalMMt Board. ANNUAL ELECTION. Thargomindab, July 7. The Warrego District Babbit Bond election yesterday resulted as follows : John Webber, Kyabra 264 John Cordncr, Moant Margaret... 154 L. Rostron, Tilboroo 111 J. lfcKnight, Cannatnalla 106 W. Gamson, Nnrley ; 70 Informal 4 The small namber of rotes recorded for Mr. Gamson is attributed to h» ab sence from the district, and probable farther absence for several months. Messrs Webber, Cordner, and Roetron will be declared duly elected members for the ensiling three years at noon to day.
America and Spain THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. DETAILS OF THE ENGAGEMENT. London, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
America - Spain THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. DETAILS OF THE ENGAGE MENT. London, July 2. News has been rereived of a battle between the American and Spanish troops having been fought at Santiago de Cuba. Three divisions of the invading force, comprising 15,000 American troops and several thousands of the Cuban insurgents, commenced the attack on Santiago early on Friday morning, and heavy fighting was continued thronghont the day, with the resnlt that the onter defences of Santiago were captnred, and Colonel Lawton cccnpied the snbnrb of I -aney. Dnring the engagement the Spanish squadron nnder Admi ral Cervera, which is in Santiago Harbonr kept np a fire on the Ame rican troops. The Spanish troops fonght in a most stubborn maimer, bnt they were seriously handicapped by the weakness of their artillery. General Shatter has reported that his casualties nnmbered 400, but most of these were wounded, comparatively few men being killed. Torrents of rain nave been falling in Cnba, rendering mil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
GET YOUR SHABE Of the Money Saving Chances wliicli are to be foami throughout the Warehouse. All Departments are fully represented at this OUR BARGAIN SALE. OUR BARGAIN SALE. We don't propose to work on your im agination by glowing adjectives, but we rlvertiee what we have-we sell what we advertine. There is a point where cheapness ceases to be economy, so in the line of Barguius offared by ub QUALITY counts first, price afterwards. ANOTHER WEEK OF SURPRISES ? A few of which are here qnoted to enable those who read and act to profit by our forethought. Pale-blue Flannelette, 30in, fast color, reduced to 2s 6d dozen from 4Jd yard. Pale-blae Flanne'ette, super quality, worth 64*, now 4d yard. Cream Rochet Flannelette, reduced to 3a lid dozen from 5>1 yard. BETTER AND BETTER 5200 Yards of 33:n. Stripped Flanne lette. wiper heavy quality. suitable for Skirts. Sfcirts. and Pajamas, worth 7d, to be cleared at 4:" lid dozen. OH ! LOOK. Japanese Matting-Carpet Pattern gelling »t 4jd yard...
Intercolonial. Sydney, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
I titercolonial. Sydney, Jnly 8. Lsvieu withdrewall ctarges made by him against Sleuth and Fergu son in the Assembly and made an ample apology. It is expected that the New South Wales Parliament will be dissolved on Saturday, and that the general election will be held on the 2?thinst. The southern coil miners in New South Wales are agitating for an increase in the selling price of coal, and an advance in the hewing rate.
Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898
Sporting Scraps. An attempt was made to have a foot ball match under Association (Vic torian) rales on the 3rd inst.. bat wag not a success. A number of players mould not hare the Australian game at any price, preferring the imported article. Some eighteen (9 a side) essayed a game bat relinquished it after about 20 minutes. A game of Rugby between scratch teams was afterward? arranged, and some very fair play was shown. A new referee, in the person of Mr. Robertson, made his first appearanca, and crriied out his duties so satisfactorily that even the barrackers forgot to complain. A meeting to tak« the preliminary steps in the formation of a Handball Club was held at the Telegraph Hotel on Monday evening. Father O'Sullivmn presided, and there was s fair attend ance. Mr. Norman Carlisle was ap pointed as secretary. It was decided to ask the permission of the Municipal Council to erect an alley near the River Tennis Coart. A committee was a'so appointed and other preliminaries arrang...