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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
Current Events. Tiie polling in connection with the election oE a member for Rosewood takes place to-day. The seat is being fought for by Mr. D. T. Kejgh, who was " informalised " by the re cant Elections Tribunal, and Mr. Stephen SfardgraTe, wlxo opposed Air. Kcogh at the general election. 'Xho polling will probably be very dose. In a recent issue wo mentioned that the contract for the new Gotvrio residence had been let to Mr. John Warren, of CharlevOle. It now seems that we were incorrectly in formed. as the tender of Mesara. Gibt» Bros, was successful. If your children moan and are restless daring sleep, coupled when awake with loss of appetite, pale countenance, picking of the nose, etc^ yon may depend upon its that the primary cause of the trouble is warms. Mother Graves* Worm Exterminator ef fectually removes these peats, at once re lieving the little sufferers. J. H. Earl, West Shefford.P.Q., writes: "I have been troubled with liver complaint for several years, and have tried...
Sporting Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
Sporting Column. »VI" 1 The opening match of thocriukct season took place on Saturday last on tbe Char Ioville Club's wicket. Teams were picked from . members of the Artesian ana Charlerilie Clubs to represent Oobb and Co's and Aeschimann's Hotel (combined) v. the Town. Mr. F. Goertz captained tho townsmen and Mr. 1L Laavey filled a like office for the opposing team, which went first to the wickets. Goertz and McPherson bowled throughout the innings for the Town, both trundlers proving very destructive, the Utter taking 4 wickets for 15 runs, and Goertz 5 for* 17. The innings closed for a total of Si, of which Sheldon put together 12 before he was _ clean bowled by Goertz, the same trondler calChing Hooper off, his own bowling for 10. These - were the only two batsmen to offer any resistance.' Goertz again distinguished himself by knocking np a lively 28 before be suc cumbed to a good one from Hooper, and Gallagher hit out pluckily for 10. The innings closed for &lt;i0, and ...
Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
Stock and Station. ! i Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to publish reports ol stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which have taken plaee in their respective districts in this column, will kindly forward the in formation so as to reach this office not later than lfriiay evening?, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's Issue. Times 0£3ce; Friday. The short space of warm weather which W6 experienced the week before fcwt, tor minated in a refreshing rain which com menced lart Monday nighty continuing off and on throughout Tuesday. Since then the weather has been cold at night, and on Wednesday morning quite a sharp frost was noticeable. The water tanks of the town have been replenished with a fresh supply, which was badly needed. The arrival of wool was somewhat delayed &lt;lnring the earlier part of the week owing to the rain. Early -yesterday morning eight teams were at the railway station waiting their torn to be unloaded. Wool to the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
BadMnHcttMB. IKE OUEESLAND NATIONAL BANK LIMITED. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1863 BACKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEEKSLAJTD. fiassoBiBED Capital ... £1,280,000 Pao-Up Capitai. .. £386,839 2 7 fflHE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL JL BANK, Ludtsd, grants Drafts on its Branches and Agents; negotiates Bills against Wool, Tallow, Hides, Copper, Tin, etc., etc.; Pnrehaaea and Advances on Gold ; Discounts Commercial Paper; makes Advances on Ap jnoved Security; receives Deposits and allows Interest thereon according to arrange ment; and transacts all other usual Banking Business. J. M. SIMPSON, Manager at Charleville Mr. 3EL T. Bonrke, BAKBISTER-AT-LAW, "WAS connnenaed to practico in Charleville .H u a. LEGAL PBACTEEIONEB. fHAMBEBS. opposite the Court House, Alfred-Street. LOCKtTT & SHELDON, 'SOLICITORS, &a., Omcra.—Opposite Court Hinwi Alfred 1 Hk. J. F. F. Lockbtt, Commissioner for Afidavits for New Sooth "Wales and Victoria DR. KIRKALDY, Comet of Salatea and Will* Streets....
ARMENIAN UPHEAVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
ABMEEflASf TJPHEAVAL Sioting waa started hj Armaniana, ■who commenced at Qalata, and failing to reach the Saltan's palace, .stormed the Ottoman's Baak, killing many Gendarmes. Their object, however, was political, sot robbery. During the riota many persons wera killed, shops sacked, and bombs thrown in the streets of Para and Galata. Hnn .dreds of persons were arrested, bat •vi'dtir was ultimately restored. Sailors •fcaVa now been landed from the French -warships to guard the French Em bassy.
Cricketers' Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
Cricketers' Bail, The dance under the anspices of the Artesian Cricket Club baa now become recognised as an annual event, and the accompanying success which invariably marks its recurrence roust be highly gratifying to the memhers of that recre ative body, and pleasing to those who recognize that in snch social fnnctions rests the well-being of many of the forces of our civilisation. Reunions like these cannot be regarded otherwise than favourably in communities snch as this, and the energetic body which ia respon sible for Thursday night's ball must be felicitated npon its enjoyable issue. The hall nf the School of Arts vri>s com fortably filled—from a dancer's point of view a larger attendance would have been inconvenient—and the arrangements ran smoothly from first to last. The music was in the hands of Mra. Simmonds (piano), and Mr. White (cornet)—verb sap. The floor was likewise in excellent; trim, and the assembly tripped it merrily until the small hours, by which time a pr...
THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1896, THE LAST TUG. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
TOE CijarlebtUe Cunes. Satubday, Adgusi 29, 1896, THE LAST TTTG-, Yebt grim was the determination with which the Socialists went for the Logan. They mustered their captains and th#>tr ahoutera, their apouters #pd their wire-pallert), ground their teeth in a manner terrible to behold, and gsye crders for 2*n ftdvapc? all along the line. J?oj? t|ifg waa to be the oi^tlo of the war, a political test match. For jeZT* ^ had ^en threatening to capture iu« utrni era; For a year 9f tvyo they had been boasting that they had j^gppipliahed the threat. The farroeru wejre pap* tared, the agricultural constituencies become Socialist, the tillers of the soil grown enamoured of land taxes, eight hour days, equal distribution of wealth between tho toiler and the loafer, nationalisation of everything in gene ral, and all the resounding fads of the founders of New Australia. It was true the unspeakable capitalistic Press and people laughed at such preten sions. Well, here was a chance to turn the l...
CRETAN INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
CRETAN INSUBBECTION. I Tho Christian inaurgsnta in Crate Share defeated a force of 1000 Turks, gpear Herakilion and obtained a jrauantity of plunder. f The Eranch Natal commander threatens to land a fores of sailors unless quiet ia restored. The Forts has accepted the reforms demanded in Crete, the execution of which is to be placed under the super vision of the European Consuls.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
DENTISTRY. EKSIBU™, :&lt;DOIiY QUALIFIED) SURGEON DENTIST, 214 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, Will visit Charleville monthly, and may be consulted on all Branches j>f his PROFESSION at Aeschimann's Hotel on the following* dates. AUGUST 1st until 3rd. Special Attention paid to Painless Operating Aytifimnl "Work Life lite and Durable. CostsnrtriCATOHS: W. Troup, Chemist, Charleville, and E. Barton, 214 Queen-street, Brisbane. PIAiNOFORTE. OKG-AN AifD MUSIC WAREHOUSE. A LARGE STOCK of Brass Band Instru ments, 'Violins and Fittings, Concertinas, Accordeons, acd all Musical Instruments al ways on hand. Our PIANOS and ORGANS are Specially Constructed and will stand the extremes of the Western Climate. Tho Tuning, Segalating and Rop&irillg of PIANOS and OKGAJNS is a Speciality with as. A thoroughly com petent TUNER and REPAIRER Visits CttARLEVILIjE at Regular Intervals. Ordere for Tuning may be left with W. TROUP, Chemist. Oar Stock of Music is very Extensive and Up to Data. BU...