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PLEA FOR LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

PLEA FOB LOCAL INDUSTRY. | The Minister for Education o£ tfaia ■colony baa promised to give favorable ■coasidaraititn to tbe reqaeit that all ( State School books be compiled and ■ printed jn the colony.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

WEATHER FORECAST. Fine weather, and otrong loath and south-westerly winds are antici !mted in Queensland by the Mateoro ogieal Observer.

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Legal. Police Court. Monday, 24th August Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Police Court Monday, 24th August Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. Obscknb LA56irA6B>—Jolin Childs pleaded guilty, f*nrl was fined 40s, or one mania m Boina Gaol with bard labor. IiABCKNX OP A CmtQUE —William Harrex, on remand from Adavalo, was charged with stealing a cheque for £217s 6d, the property of Walter Clark, of CharleyQle. Alexander Benzies, BenioMonatable, sta tioned at Charleville, deposed that the accused was handed into hia custody at 5 p.m. on Sunday last by Constable Kobert Nolan, of Ada-rale, together with the remand warrant, nrtf? depositions in thecase. The depositions taken at Adavale wore fli^n ntd. J.B. Faunce, accountant in the Commer cial Bonk, gate evidence as to having cashed a cheque (produced) for £217s 6d, drawn in favor of Mrs. Earight by D. Parser, which wa» presented by the groom of the Norman Hotel, of which Mrs. Enright is the lessee. Walter Clark, a laborer, said he remem bered the 25th July last, on which day he was working at the gravel pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

JBest Brands of Cigarettes, Cigars, Xnijovted Tobaccos, aud Smokers Requisites at A# Grisel

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Our London Letter, VALUES MAINTAINED. (From our Special Correspondent). LONDON, July 17th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Oui? London Letter, VALUES MAINTAINED. (From our Special Correspondent). London, July 17tb, 1SQ6. It was ijuito perceptible at the close of last week that wool was moving Vitli a little mora irregularity than nsualt and in soma instances an easing down w^s ap parent. This softening came principally from the withdrawal of competition on German account, being mainly confined to raedinm and low grease of donbtfql yield, and in gcourotiii of faulty and inferior parcels;' all these descriptions having generally given way by 5 percent, when compared with May sales. All this did not angnr very well for the coming week, hqb brokers, baying announced their intention of curtailing the Beries, brought together at the opening of this week's auctions many fresh faces. This has said very much for tho active sales which have since ensued, and all rotpd there has bcqn a strqnggr pulse beating than lasi week end. Considering mora minutely the aspect of affairs, it ia noteworthy that with the second ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Thb Blood ia the source from which onr systems ara built up, and fectm which wa derive onr mental as well as our physical capabilities If the blood is diseased the body is diseased* Sufferers from Scrofula, Scurry, Eczema, Bod Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of any kind are solicited to give Clarke's world-famed Blood Mixture atrial to test its yalue. Thousands of woadevUnL cures have been effected byifc. Bold erery* whera «t 2a 9d per bottle. Beware fit inuUr tions and iubititofce«,—Adtt,

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Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent). BRISBANE, August 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Our Brisbane Letter. (From our own Correspondent^. Brisbane, August 25ch. Tina fiscal question stops tbe way. Fortunately it is not the fiscal issue— that divide et impera of the Labour party down South. Here the Corner is as much divided as any part oE the House or community on the question. But as the bulk of Labour members come from the Northern and Central Districts, the majority of the Corner are perforce free-traders. So narrowly local, indeed, are the fiscal desires and ambitions of hon. members, so essen tially dominated by the votes of their constituents, that to apply to them a political term denoting anything in the shape of principle were either fatuous or hypocritical. Our fiscal representatives generally, more par ticularly those who make the mosfc noise on the question, are neither Free-traders nor Protectionists—only members for this or the other place, a farming district or a mining centre, a manufacturing or a pastoral com munity. So the paradox constantly recurs o...

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. ZANZIBAR—THE SULTAN'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

latest Cablegrams. Losbon, Thursday. ZANZIBAR—THE SULTAN'S DEATH. The late Sultan, of Zanzibar, who died suddenly, is supposed to have been poisoned by Said Khalis, ~ rho attempted to seize the Throne, ^id Khalia had defied British ihority, and threatened to fire on: itisb ships. \ti ultimatum wa3 seat by Admiral; ^wesnn, and this not being complied th the Palace was bombarded and [din rnina. Said Khalia, and bis ief general, have taken refuge in the Consulate.

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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

General Items, Mr. M. £1. Tciaao, of Blackall, has bidden gcod-bye to that town, having de i cideil to settle in Brisbane. Ho was 'banqueted by the local IMfegomc fra ternity prior to his departure. The f>tal length of telegraph liuea in the rtot\A ia 1,062,700 miles, of which 1 America has 543.600 miles, Europe 1380,TOO, Asia 67,400, Africa 21,500, and Auitralia 47,500 miles. An Auckland telegram states -'—.On i Saturday night a terrific explosion oecurred in the pelrolsntn bore at Motnra, Tara uaki, and instancy the derrick was en veloped in Barnes. The blazing oil spread ove? iho derrick and the pumping sear, to i both of which a great deal of damage was done. The cngiue and boiler were, how ever, s;ived, aiid the bore is uninjured. Steps are being taken to condnct the flow. ; ing oil away from, the bore, and then an ' effort will be made ta subdue the flames. The loss caused by the fire is set down at £2000, ?he accident occurred while one . of the bauds was engaged in fillin...

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AN EXCITING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

H AW EXCITING BACE. In the race for the Badminton te throe homes ran a dead heat for as place.

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Supposed Poison Plant on Gumbardo. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Supposed Poison Plant' on Gumbardo, The following letter lias bean received by the Warrego Inspector of Stock:— Sir,—la reply to your fetter of 12th July I have the honor to inform you that th e specimens of plant sent by you are those of the Sfyapomvt Deserti which is figured and described in the pamphlet on plants supposed to be poisonous to stock by Mr. Bailey, the Gurernuienfc Botanist, and myself. It is un questionably poisonous at certain stages of its growth, and hoavy losses occurred in the swamp near Yandilla from it. I have tha honor to bo, Sir, Your obedient Servant, P. R. GOBDOIT,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Whvte, Macpherson & Co., CSuurle'vlUe. Hbajd Office—ST. GEORGE. B&akch Office—BOLLON. Good and Secure Paddocks. Stock taken on Agistment. Have For Sale: WETHERS, OFF SHEARS. Kbab Chaxcevtue. Lot I.—22,000 wctbeia, 2,4, G, and S tooth, mostly fat. great per centage Collaroy blood, delivery oS shears. 4s 6J, six months A3. Nzab Mokvkx. Lot 5—30 toi 40,000 wethers, 5 year?, off •heats this month, Wirrah bred. -ii-OA,' trrms. . / " ^ ^S'aAit XsaraiCo'stBE. ' jfcei~*l3.—18,000 wethers^ 13,000 4 years, balance 3 jean, Peak Downs and Logan Downs bred, shorn March. 5s 6d deli Tared Dalby, 5s delivered Charleviile, or Am 6d at yards. Six months a.b. EWES, OFF SHEAKS. Near Blackall. Lot I.—5000 ewes, 7 je*rs, off shears August Northampton bred. 2», an months jus. Nbab Chaulevimb. Lot 2.—2000 ewes, 3 to 4 years, off shears September, *a lamb end October to Moira and Burenda rams. 2s 6d cash. Neab St. Gsoboe. Lot 3.—5800 ewes, 3,4, and 6 yean, equal proportion ages,off shears Au...

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Bravery Rewarded. AN ADAVALE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Bravery Regarded. AN ADAVAIlE INCIDENT Early in Februaiy Iaefc a Tory heroic wscne from drowning was effected at the Bnlloo Hirer, near Adavale, bj; Constable CJSTeil], then stationed at that t ownahip. Jfc may be remembered that at the time the Bnlloo was in high flood, and r* m»n named Houtj PatemaD^ a traveller,, in attempting to cross current was s-^epfc o£E his horse, and narrowly escaped immediate death by cling ing to ti tree. Constable O'Neill, being in formed of the man's situation, set out from I »Hit-gala to endearoac to relievo 'aim, and althoogh at the time of his various attempts at rescue it was raining heavily, and the nigbt, far advanced, was pitch dork, he succeeded, in bringing Paternal (who was unable to swim) safely to land at the fourth essay. The sequel of the occurrence took place, afc Bandaberg on Wednesday, when Cons^ble O'Neill was presented with, the bronze medal of the Boyal Humane Society by His Excel lency the Governor, who complimented the recipient u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

"For the blood is tho life." Clarkcs World-famed Blood Mixture is warratnetj to clcanse the blood from all ^ropur^liea from whatever canie asisiug. Jfc'dr Scrofula, Seiuvrey, Etucina, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds, its effects are marvellous. Thousands of won derful cures have been cffccled by it. Sold everywhere at 2s. Od. JJewayo of worthless imitations.—Ad. SORE E?£S 5 Beyond.1 doubt MOB BIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OINTMEMT is still the safest, speediest, and boat remedy in existence. For over fifty years it has worked really marvellous wres in these colonies, as i teatinicimals 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, flics, oxnosgre to heat or cold, cxccssive readu!£ oy wKtinj*, &.C., and thus sav^ fvuih^r t.-ouble and cx penee, Avoid all imitations and substitutes ottered in place of this valuable Ointment. Having' stood the severest...

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Small Debts Court. Thursday, 27th August. Before J. Vivian-Williams Esq., P.M., and G. H. Wildie Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Small Debts Court. Thursday, 27tli August. Before J. Vivian-Williams Esq., P.M., and G. H. Wiltlio Eeq., J.P. Geo. Sates v. Geo. Nigh, for tho price of a Iiorse sold and delivered by plaintiff to de fendant in tho month of May 1891; amount clai-r.ed £5. Mr. Lockett (Messrs Cockett & Sheldon) appeased for plaintiff. No appearance of defendant; verdict for plaintiff for £iuot>nfc claimed with 2s cost of court, 23d miloage, amj. £1 Is professional costs. A case C. Abood v. Z. Williams, for the prico of goods sold and delivered, and amount of three orders, was adjourned until next Thursday. Amount claimed, £312s. If tho blood is diseased, tho body is diseased." — Kemember that tho blood whether pure or impure, circulates through tjifi organs of the humau body—Lungs, fJ cart, StojnacJi, Kidneys, Brain. If it is aden with poisonous matter it spreads discaoe on its courac. In conea of Scrofula. Scurry, UozomH, Bad tegs, Skin ajjjl Blooa Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of #11 kinds ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Agency Company, Limited. SPECIAL NOTICE. We have decidcd to Still Furtiiear Reduce our Cliarges f°r SLAUGHTERING, FREEZING, FJEKIGHX to LONDON, ami INSURANCE which will bo aa follow:— iFrom Brisbane From Towasrolle. Beef 1.1 S/lCd per lb. Mutton and Lamb | l^d per lb. Beef I 1 7/lGcl per lb. Mutton and Lamb | lid per lb. For fuller Particulars apply to. 3CI1E SECRETARY, . THE MANAGE!!, Courier Buildings, Brisbane. Boss River "Works, Tovrnsvillc. Manufactured only at Thomas Holuowav's E3TAi:us;iMcsr, 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, 0 4? V, */s ^ A?-. > CP & # ' - *9 . c-r *s> jr ^.,9' mK 4** syt&s* y •* Porchasai3 should look to tho Label oa the Boxg3 and Pots. 5f the address is EOt533, Oxford Street, London, they are spurious. & J? O* Vvvv & WA* I H. OBOES, SWT, & CO, LTD, BRISBANE, SYDNEY, FRANCE, LONDON -^7*it3a. Oozxt±a.erj.ta.l -£^gre32.cies. THIS Company is erecting a large modern Freezing and Chilling Warehouse on Slusgmve "Wharf, South Bri...

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AUSTRALIAN JIM WALKER. IN TWO CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

AUSTRALIAN JIM ? WALKER. IN TWO CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. rES nama was avowedly an alias, Jim always evaded any at tempt to discover his real patronymic, which I had no doubt ha had wflfolly honed in oblivion, lest he should re flect disgrace on his family. I know that he never wrote to, nor received letters from, them. He told me once that he wished bis friends to think him dead; and I have reason to be lteve that on more than one occasion he refused to notice advertisements in colonial papers, calling on him, by his true name, to communicate with them. Jim's history—as I gleaned from him one day, when a trifling act of kindness had opened his heart—was a sad, but common one. He was the child of vary respectable parents. The repfa"" of the vessel in which.he fttmw oat offered to take him back on credit; but Jim's pride forbade his acceptance of this kindly offer: he feared to-be taunted with non-suc cess; "and," said he,"I'd have died rather than suffer that." And, indeed, he seemed lik...

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The "Echlin" Totalisator. TRIAL AT LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

" Echlin " Totaiisator. TRIAL AT LONGREACH. In oar lasb issue we made mention of the fact that tha new totalisator system, patented by Mr. B. B. Echlin, of Charla ville, was worked successfully at the annual meeting of the Longreach Jockey Club, held at that town on the 12th and 13th inst. The local paper, which was oar informant, stated that the unusually large sum of £2,029 was put through the machine during the meeting—an amount far In excess of any previously recorded. It may also be mentioned that the accuracy of the system asserted itself vary promi nently, for, notwithstanding the large volume of business which was negotiated by the machine, there were no errors of any description detected in connection with the cash transactions. The committee of the club, however, while recognising tha great efficient of the system, were much impressed with the amount of the business, of which it wa3 the medium, »» being an indication of the futur* ' while in many instances ;» a„ congratula...

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Week's Wiring. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Week's Wiring. Georco Dean's appeal against his con viction has been dismissed by the Fall Conrt in Sydney. Kinoteen Chinese lepers are being dipped from Sydney to China by their countrymen,^ and the vessel which has been chartered for the purpose will also take two lepers from Moretoa Bay, and five from Friday Island. The police have ghad two encounters with the natives in the West Ximberley' district of Western Australia, killing nine and wounding two. A report has reached Sydney of the murder by the natives of the New Heb rides of a French trader named OssL An Order-in-Council is to be issued in Melbourne prohibiting the importa tion oE all live stock from Queensland north of the line agreed to at the recent Intercolonial Conference. Commander and Ms. Booth, who ate to take charge of tha Australian branch of the Salvation Army, have arrived at Adelaide. It is rumoured that Lord Dufiinin is to replace Sari Cadogan as Lord Lieu tenant of Ireland. The ironclad Caraoi, one of the big...

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Advertisement Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896

Advertisement Notices. The local poundkaoper will soil on the 13th September, unless previously released, two horses impounded from Gowri» JT itico of intention to bp"'- ' the vrill of Koth'--* probate in ciTfln ""rwo Starmer, deceased, is an&^/Jvn^Vi"'0 ®^n*Scrat»nfy> Preserving, 2ii» ? " ?ow" Company's engineers in nte tenders for the erection of the Com panj s works. A general meeting of the Central War w 9i J* wil1 faoIleldat "TattenwllV next Wednesday evening, Messrs. Brookes and Co., auctioneers, of Toowoomba, announce business arrangements. Two marriages are adrertised, which 19 » wholesome sign.

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