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Woman's Power. "THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE." [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Woman's Power. "THE rOYFER BEHIND THE THROVE." The power of :i Ii'nv.tiful woman over 1 men is a thing oi'u-n commented on, bat the yvomau mast bit bunntiful. A woman is only beau:ii':;i .ir.tl powerful under certain co!ul:tio:is. The most stringent of which h good h-.'alth, a thing, nn fortnnately, which is very hard to find among women of to-dny. Marriage is oa the decline, we are told, and one of the chief reasons for this is that th.» average man is very hard to satisfy. He wants as nearlyperfect a woman, men tally, morally, ..mi! physically as is . possible, anil iti the present day very '.'.'few.snch wonsea exist. It is not our purpose to deal with the first two attri butes mentioned ; but the latter, which is by no means the Iesist important, is well worth a few wauls which cannot fail to'be of interest to all women, married or single. .The woman of to day does not give herself enough attention in the proper ' .direction; a little time taken from the; Btndy of the latent fa^h...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warrego Marsuial Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Warreffo Haniapial Board. A meeting of the Warrego Marsupial Board was held on Wednesday evening,' the members present being Messrs T. A- Brodie (chair), J. E. Raleigh, J. E. Peyton, and A. J. Mackenzie. Mr. H. J. Rudall, Nicavilla, was ap pointed receiver for the Board at Nica villa, in place of Mr. Joseph Barth, left. Mr. D. MacLean, of North Comon- . gin, wrote declining to pay the - rates;' * £91 123 9d, demanded by the Board,' 'as the station was in the Balloo Mat- ' supial District. Mr. MacKenzie proposed, Mr. Peyton seconded, that Mr. MacLean be informed, that North Coinongin, being in the; Petty Sessions district of Adavale, was now included in the Warrego Marsupial District, and the claim made was con sequently correct, and should be paid: by July 25th. to avoid a penalty. Car-' tied. The amonnt paid for scalps since last meeting was £798 15s, and the total amonnt paid for the year ending Jane 30th was £3381 13s 6d, made ap as follows £713 14s 8d for 50,383 kangaroos. £1743...

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Philippine Islands. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

ipsaaaappine islands.' ' The Philippine Islands form, next to Cuba, the most -important colonial pos- [ session of Spain. They consist of a '? large group of islands in the south tvesiern corner of the Pacific Ocean, separated by the China Sea from 1 lit* cons: of China, with Formosa lying to the north, and Borneo and the Eastern Archipelago to the south. The group is made up of 2000 islands, varying in size from mere uninhabited rocks to large islands like Luzon, which has an area of 40,835 sanare miles. The total area of the group is roughly estimated at 114,400 sqtia re miles, and the popu lation is reckoned at about 7,000,000. The islands wcic discovered by Magellan in 1521, and have been in the posses- ' sion of Spain for tuore than three cen- 1 turies ; but even yet they have not been ! thoroughly explored, and several of the native tribes remain practically jude j pendent to this day. "Rebellion, as in Cuba, has been frequent against the . Spanish rule, and the history of the...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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At Expedition Creeks. A LETTER FROM AN OLD HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

At Expedition Creels. | A-LETTER FROM AJST OLD ' HAJSD. Prom letter r recently received in Charleyi H.c froma well-known .brd Hand ' in.-tljis .district--Bilty Bnrrell-we have, been .permitted -to > make - the following' . extracts1 . " I had; a good time .coming up, de- J spite.the capers of the rain gods. The only catastrophe worth mentioning, and - that might be said to have been any 1 shock to the State, was Jim Tyson ( jumping oat of the luggage van window j after leaving Bundaberg. Fortunately i he Broke his collar, and thus escaped L being strangled. On my way np I was I fairly infatuated with Port Curtis, and , also took a likicg to a cook at Fitz- | meyber's hotel in Itockhampion, with 1 whom I have entered into negotiations | .........I am hunting the nimble penny weight on the. sunny: slopes of the , Drummond flange. It is quite evident i that Peak Downs has yielded op a lot I of; gold. in bygone days-a fact evidenced ? by the number, of old opium tins ami other miscel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Do You A Tl'e Best Value are Obtainable from W. II. Pallnsr&c« Ld. "- Established 1853. - STEINWAY, LIPP, BRINSMKAD, FEDRICH, COLLAItP. GOUS & KALLMANN. CARL KCKE, UEBEL & LEICHLE1TER. The Wonderful Medinm Priced VICTOR and the Marvellously Perfect low priced E. BELLING. Each of these Pianos is ot 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 Pianos -they sell that PALING & CO'S Business has grown to its present Immense Proportional" Mo Better Value Obtainable Supplied to any part of the Colony on Easy Terms. . gali-ngr <3s Co. are also Agents for The glorions ESTEY American Organs for Church, Lodge, Hall, Sunday School, and Parlor. Thefamous Band Instruments by BES SON and CO., and BOOSEY and CO. A Perfect Stock. Immense Stock of Accord eons, Concer tinas, FIntcs. and Mnsical Instruments of EVERY DESCRIPTION^ Catalo...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Our Local Parliament. The fortnightly meeting of the Muni cipal Council was held on Wednesday evening, the Aldermen present being Messrs Armstrong (Mayor), Smith, Billington, Pitzwalter, and Brennen. After some discussion the minutes of the previous meeting and special meet ings were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read from H. O. Nielsen drawing attention to the con dition of Start-street, between Alfred and Edward-streets. From F. E. Griffin, complaining of an alleged error in the report which ap peared in the Charleville COURIER, to the effect that he had made a mistake in crediting certain rates. From J. F. F. Lockett, Secretary of the Fire Brigade Board, asking for the nse of the Council hose for the purpose of fire brigade practice. From IT. Carlisle, Secretary of the Charleville Handball Court, asking per mission to erect an alley near the pre sent Lawn Tennis Courts. From E. Espie, asking the Council to erect a trough for the convenience of carriers near the railway f...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Sere and Elsewhere ATTENTION is directed to an adver tisement from "Happy Jack" which appears elsewhere, in which he an nounces that he is prepared to give anyone "fits." Visitors to Mac's shop may rest assured that they can -'put their foot in it" without nnv<ljscorafort| of the Fire Brigade Board was held on Monday evening, when the recent selections of Snperin tendent, Captain, and Lieutenant, made by the "Volnnteers daring the previous week, were approved of. It was also decided to ask the Municipal Council for the use of their hose for the purpose of practice. We are in receipt of a wire from Mr. F. H. Shepherd, Inspector of Stock, to the effect that the Chief Inspector of Stock has ordered that stock are to be permitted to pass the Mitchell rabbit fence at the Ward gate, instead of com The polling in connection with the ? posed loan for the electric lighting of Charleville takes place on Tuesday next, at the Municipal Chambers. Pressure on space compels us to forego...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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English and Foreign. London, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

En^lliii and Foreigrn. London, July 7. At the London wool sales com petition brisk and prices firm. A collision occurred in the At Iantic between the French liner La Bourgoyne and the ship Cromarty shire, the former sinking almost immediately. Over 4C0 lives were lost. The French crew seized the boats and pnshed away the passen gers with boathooks and oars. They also cat the ropes to which women were clinging, and threw overboard women who hat! got into the boats. Oat of 726 persons on board the La Bonrgoyne thirty-one of the crew and 170 passengers were saved, bat there was only one woman among the number. A conference of delegates from the Welsh colliery owners and miners have decided to recommend an increase in wages of two and a half per cei_t. At the Prstal Conference in Lon don the Australasian Agents-Gene ral are opposing the Canadian pro posal to reduce the oversea postal rate to a penny. The Spanish battleship Pelayo is at Ismalia in the Snez Canal with her machinery disabl...

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Mitchell Rabbit Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Mitchell Rabbit Board. The annual meeting of the above Board waa held on Wednesday after* noon, the members present being Messrs W. H. Hood (chair), W. J. Ybong, A. H. Pegler. T. A. Brodi*, T. A. Hamil ton, and J. E. Peyton. Apologies were received and leave of absence granted to Messrs. W. H. Calder. T. G. Millar, and J. Murray. The result of the election (as already published) was read. The minutes of the previous meeting were taken as read, and the report of the anditors(M«ssrs.Yoang and Clarke) and the chairman's annnal report were also read. Mr. Yonng moved a vote of thanks to th chairman for hi* services during the past year. Seconded by Mr. Broil ie and carried. Mr. Brodie moved that the chair man's allowance be the same as last year. Seconded by Mr. Hamilton and curried. . Mr. Hood then left the chair, which was token by the clerk, Mr. N. J. Westergaard-Nielsen, and, Mr. Hamilton moved, Mr. Pegler se conded, That Mr. Hood be chairman for the ensuing year. Carried. Mr. Hood t...

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Murwch Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

lfnrw^b DlviHioaal BaairAv A- sj.ecial mcetiug <>f the above Board was hel'.l on Wednesday morning, the members present being Messrs G. W» Peyton, G. W. Pitt, J. K. Raleigh, T. A. Brodie, .!. E. Peyton, A. J. Mae Kenzie, 1>. Love, and J. Partridge. The valuations uiade by the Clerk were accepted, and the following rates were slraefc «n tins different sub-divi sions :-No. 1, jd j No. 2, Id ; No. S,. t-1. A special rate oF in the £ was struck cn No. 2 stf!?-d»vision to cow interest and redemption the Morrea liore. At the ordinary meeting the same members vera present. Mr. J. E. Peyton took his seat for the first time. Mr. Weston, Lockwood, asked per mission to water sheep on stock routes. -Granted. Messrs G. W. Peyton, J.E. Raleigh" and J. Partridge were appointed as a sub committee to wait on the Municipal Council with reference to dividing the. yard. .' The Overseer was instructed to,,|>re naro estimates For the erection oF a bridge ovor tne Langlo. It was decide...

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Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 9 July 1898

Latest 1)7 Wire. 4fcu«*eusl*iml Sews. Brisbane, -Tnly 8. Lliel'ixeeiUtve yesterday approvea of the release of Belyando cattle froiu the tick qnarantiue.

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M. ZOLA FINED. London, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

M. ZOLA FINED. London, July 11. M. Smile Zola, whose second trial on a charge of libelling the Esterhazy conrt-martial is to be reatimed at Versailles this month, has been fined loOOOfr for libelling certain of the experts in writing who gave evidence al the former trial

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THE D[?]G AND THE LOST MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

THE^fe AND THE LOST MAIL BAG. A pnt-ilv official 11 (Lc wtrxir rf a remark able bull i» di.g c»»h.1i-I» it bis special dntrtondfl tav' from M:u staiiwn aiid poat .ffice cn tbe maij% *gB°o ami tep zjaani orcr tbe mail Baietac*' WIowwl tbia custom fgr > DDoberot jtw One sight, after tbe akloadiog of Ule nj^« be Btaxted to ride^ as usual, on the bags of »»gti<ro, butwheo thn pout-office nma rticket] had .disappeared. This **% htr«jfce,*far bti9W>f<>rD> .a-'teittpiata'on bad ever bees'BtiTOg^ojWfcfr tab bi*i ina his pew*. »tb<-1 mail called tlacBi b*u, M» fouad to be I atiffBiae- Ike wagj^n-diiver turiial back Co I leefcoloBg tits afreets. After arti^timy o»er I . geod:paxt*l tbr route Le Muldenly dine n-red j tte «io(r sittii-g iu the gut'tr, w>ugir£ ki . la)!. I and cyldevtlr oveijvj trtj at beiug tero^ni^fu i picoioguplo bim tbo diirer fooad Uls duj ! «tt»£«u tbe tat anil sack, 1 '' J

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BRIDAL WREATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

BRIDAL WREATHS. i The . German bride. w«ara tbe myrtle foe ber bridal moth, while the girl ef tke Black. -F«res6 adorns herself with the flower of the hawthorn. la . France and Great Britain and. ia the 'United States the oroage-flofrer is inTojue, wbHa tbe maidens of Italy and the French pr» rioces of Switzerland use the white rose. . -,L Pinks,-carnations, and red reses are worm by Spanish brides. In Lutbau the bridal, wreath, is iraind of the Syrian rue; on theIonian Isbads the grape vine ; in Bohemia, Cariothia, and the Kraia districts of rasemaiyu.?ad in .Hem of artificial flowers, to which ribbons are added. ] iilo,Norway, Sweden,aad Serbia bridal drowns are made of silver; ia Banriaand Siltsia 'of I gold wire,' glass beads, and tinsel; among the f Fins, the Weeds, and the peasants of Altcrx-J barf, ef. paper, and iaAthens of costly filagree, ! Bridal - wreaths were ia togua mmoag the | pagans, and.ware in traduced among Christian I BBHHRriog tie fourth century. .. ^ I brides ...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A BRIDE FROM THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

[Aix Riomta Reserved. J A BRIDE FROM THE FLOOD. ** Dearest Blanche. I am bore .a*. last. I coulJnut, Uox'ovr ry 1<5* ve-m y. -strpl^ther'B sick couch ualii he Had dru;.*pe<l' a£jf- to sleep/ -He has been more Chan usa^) j- <iacluloa^ ? this: Bight this night OD which we pact, deirgffl. to meet ki« mot s." Thera was a tono of. bittcrtisy anu despair lathe speaker's voice as hs fasni iiiedly at the fair features of a lovely Laoxltn v?ao ions and patiently had boeu I'.rr,:U::1 ,i..s arrival. K,ir a moramt that Suir fes had looked doubly htir as it had birjhteasl uccoociouslr at the fine meeting wit- '-lis for -.vtom its owner had been watehm£ .i'nm arooas the water-Oiks, the dwarf sslms, au<l tha silver pines that grow so !hi=kly a' tiat spot as to confer upon the wooded ctU alnsast the aspect of some hu^e cavcen, ho.Icr/sd oat in a mass af multi-coloured rock. Since firot the sinking sua bijsa to gild the crests of the tall (jura trees 331! ...

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A BRAVE SCOTCH SWORDSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

A BRAVE SCOTCH jMWDfr MAN. \ Professor William Craig, teacper of feocins and physical culture it the l^iiicrtor-Yilo School on the ;Drtxel Boulevard* w (wys li e, 41 Tribune ") polupa the greatest^ expert with the sword in Ameno. NooUier|»*«rdsmtii" i» the country bis ever atteoiptedt the.8teilli»it .IcaXm which the professor performs with his broadsword, BIctqi years ago Chig departed from England with tho famous expedition that went to Egypt to the relief of General Gordon 3D the tsrriblo battle with the crazed followers of tho Mahdi at Abu Ktea Wells CraiR was fightins only 10 feet from Colonel Burnaby when that brave British officer mat- hia tragic death. Though the Colonel wac slaughtered rtrK?f»y his very eyes Craig and bb coxradcs were powerless to sender the least ssaistanco. Prior to the . Egyptian casapaign Crai£ had already won fame in the array at haae. When but a lad of 18 years ho left his native home, Glasgow, and joined the army. In a time hia magnificent pbyoique an...

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THREE BROWN RILLS. Smith [?] a part [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

Jhee IfcdWH' ftlllS. ; j STrt«c;y,a,ttoj yj,. ridgr 1 fi^t: i s, 11* liila »-'5 »: she bad the drop bad thejdnagtajBE fr«m head ' not bfoTTm i r.T cheek', i mplaisaaeo to swear that aot a . ^*circunjJ>tes«a arc^

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Latest War News. London, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

latMt War !¥ew». London, Jnlyl4. Alger, UJ3.A. Secretary for Wiar, has ordered the removal of alls rib marine mines laid down In Amerir... can harbours. I; Senior Sagasta, who resigned the r Spanish Premiership, has been asked by the Queen Regent to recon struct the Ministry. He has - re sumed office with his old Cabinet. Popnlar aentiaient m Spainha^, reverted in favor of the war. General Linares, Spanish coni-: mander at Santiago, has reiterated' his determination to resist attack by the Americans. . Moat of the siege gnns to be nsed in the attack on Santiago have been placed in position. Yellow fever has broken ontat Caimamera and Gnintanamo oil the coast of Cuba, a short distance east of Santiago. The officers and men of Sampson's fleet received a bounty of 270,000 dollars for destroying Cervera's squadron. General Shafcer had a long inter view with the Spanish Governor of Santiago, vainly nrging that resist ance was hopeless. fi^'was finally told that if he waated Santiago.he h...

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ESTERHAZY IN TROUBLE. London, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

E3TERHAZY IN TROUBLE. London, Jnly 14. Major Esterhazy, the French officer who became notorious ..fa. connection with the Dreyfhs case/" has been arrested on a charge ot forging certain documents.

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Tick Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 July 1898

Tick Trouble*. It wonjd le consolatory to know that "we, may hope for some form" of finality in';^alln^ with' the^ tick pest. If we c&'tjfil ' ^ie 'siirc ?j(sajs rSaiardaj,a /'Tele how.'far.' l6uthwards;it. will .tfgjreJ, apA &>r- from ..'the ibast. to ,w?(^!lIj»3nt«Sft8r H will.go,^th'af'jvould ^b»'a gain. --J Also w» -really much -need tftfcriow if- cattlewill bewme so immune taits ratagea. tbat-. they .will:bot-h fires jfaiz f»tteo.;4.PSpiter its prefency "; that "KepI^-giTe.isiope.^ It mufrt not caujse fcdrprise that ticks bare arrived in-.the ^E^.^ejrahls. ^Tbe report is?thai-Seattle from'&ear jSpribj£s%» .we&'fpntid, ,when, .in th'rtse "yardS/^lo "be^ tick-'uifecjed. There is. no help for itthe'qu'arantine* ' ljn^wliiclf now'' is off .the 'east" side of tir 'Brisbantf- Rrrer," will* tare to ' be re mored to* the western «lcfe of if bo as tor .' .-Include any and. all places where ticks 'are found. It- would' be absnrd and nnjn.»t rigorous...

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