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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 29 August 1896
Marriage. &nbsp; ATKINS—ASPINALL.—On August 24th, &nbsp; 1896, at Charleville, by the Rev. R. Newton, of Charleville, Alfred Atkins, &nbsp; Jundah, to Margaret Aspinall, of Rock- &nbsp; hampton, Queensland. ABNOLD-CAMPBELL.—On Wednesday, 26th August, at Charleville, by the Rev. J. Gillespie, William Mark Arnold, of Charleville, to Victoria Alexandria Campbell, of Cunnamulla. Cunnamulia paper please copy.
British Interests. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
British Interests. Speaking at a clab banquet, Lord Salisbury said that, except for the "Spanish war, the world politically | looked smiling enough. British in jterasts evoy where showed signs of | growing prosperity. Under all cir 3 cum3tance3, tibe Government would ^taLrp cars that British treaty rights | would be tsaintainad. He also hoped 5 to convince China that her best safe |guar&lt;i would be to accept British aid |in reforms and development o£ re jnoarcss.
Cross-breeding in Australia. (In the Queensland Agricultural Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
Cross-breeding in Australia. I Bt "AKA.B." (In the Qttetnslaud Agricultural Journal.) In roar issue of -April yon publish a p»per by Mr. Robert Brace oil '* Hints as to Now Breeds of Cattle." It is a pity tlial oar Australian experience in crcas-breeding should be left unobserved and unrecorded; properly observed and re corded, it would be sunt valuable for collation for educational purpose?. Iho prosent-day facilities of transit and I communication, together with tbe wealth of oar grazing industry, has allowed of many fads, fancies, or asperiraonts in breeding being practised; then the necessities of tlie early coIoni3to corapalled them to get stock from anywhero tboy could bo had at lowest cost, Africa, America, Europe, and .Asia being flrawn upon for supplies. T!iia has re3alfed in a aingalarly rich and varied experience in croaa-breeding, ona we hare cot done with it jot, if wo may judge from tbe rapid increase of lato of Jersey and Ayrshire types araonssi our herds. In this con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
Notice, . -- rn lil "]VrAUBICE begs to an ?M. 9 Jj m lVl nonnc# that ha is pre gtktai to Ripply SAWN TIMBER in any quantities not less than 2000ft. at tha foUow ?2 v-ices-: CTPItESS PINE, 11/6 per ICOft. on traoVa at Aajellalla. Bailway Station, or 10/ fttUilL BlBDVOOD, 18/- per 100ft-! on tracks or 16/- at mill. AJdrew: T. F. MAURICE, Saw fMUls, Aagellala Railway Station. The Wife's Welfare. ifrtfttise free, ft will teach yon more than ^S» rmyc^re lived. Every woman should itadst. writ®ProfftsorHenniuw,fteochSpecialise, .4C*rfftP»-pUo»> Melboamt, ^ ________ .'r^ffOCiNQ MEN, writetoM):.rtg;tuH» (rM Boefc emrm «(»« j»«t « G&a» PI ©j & WAUGiTS. The day waa yotrag and not far spent, A3 throagh the busy streets there went A youth (33 yet uaincwa to fame), 55 Bearing aloft tho well-known cama " DB. WaOGH'S." His eye was bright, hta form npright; Ha held hla banner to the light; His business there, to advertise The Powder famed fcr Cakes and Pies "DR. iiu;-* Nor snow, n...
Pursuit of Spanish Liner. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
Pursuit of Spanish Liner. TWJ American cruisers, the Sfc. Paul and the Sfc. Louis, chased the Spanish liner Antonio Lopez, laden with big gana and ammunition, at tempting to enter San Jnan Harbour The liner ran ashore at Salinas, Two Spanish gunboats compelled the American cruisers to retire, en abling the cargo to be landed Bafely.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
Caution 4 LC. Persons aro cautioned against in i\- fringing in »ny way on Lessees Rights On BEECHAL HOLDING. Stray dtock will b - impounded. B-eohal, 22/12/07. For Sale at Yarronyale. EIGHT-HOUSE TOWER PORTABLE ENGINE, (By Button, Proctor and Coy.,) n good working oider. Price, £80. Apply, AJIBBOSE Manager. Poll of Ratepayers, WHEREAS in accordanca wit& » WW RESOLTjTIOjS' daly passed at o SPECIAL MSETI2TO el iha GssHstQIs Municipal Council oa SIGNS AY, Jons 27th, 1898, A POLL of BATSFA.YSR8 will bo taken nt tho ^*0 S&JAs, pa TUESDAY, July 12th, 13S5, to, dsr.3® following " la it-advisabla to borrovr £2,cC0 ?oc the parpoaa of Lighting tba Towtt of Charleville with , tins SIocSwS Light." . Poll commences at 9 a.si. zss. dcsM at 5 p.m. J. T- FRENCH. ; Towa Cl^'k. . OHMS. * CROWN LiNTH ACT 1331, TO 1307. rH_E Undermentioned ?SI»3 .}VS ha~* ijiven the requirgd Nalic* oi i!i*nr in tention of applying at the nast sitrini?» af i h« Commissioner's Court, to be hold at Cnarle ...
Our London Wool Letter. CONTINUED ACTIVITY. (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, May 20, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
Oar London Wool tetter. . ->&lt;K . CONTINUED ACHVCEY. - :0:--- . " (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, May 20,1898. The. sale* daring the week under review have passed off vith a very full attendance and increasing animation, giving a steady and very firm tpno to the market. The daily catalogues brought a Rood selection both ot scoured and grease, and for the better classes of both these descriptions Iho demand of tho ho ne trade, as well as of German and Fronoh sections, has been continuously active, so that prices now fully rulo on tho basis of lu?t series for the best combing descriptions, and , in some few instances oven surpassing them. 1 It has been particularly noticeable that j a flock o£ good wool has been run after by i almost every buj-er. There seems a feeling J abroad that tho best wools f or several months ; to como wcro now on tho marmot. and this j has made men soraswhat ravenous to be having hold of all they could, and while the prevailing conditio...
District Doings. BULLOO RUN. From a Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
District Doings. BUIJiOO BUN. From a CofT!*pondmt. >? IT is many months since I came across a copy of the Charleville Time*, and I was most agreeably surprised to notice suchan improved tone and wider range of asefnlneaa in sympathy with the interests .£ the dis trict. The Brisbane letter is quite an attrac tive and instructive column, and is infinitely in advance oE the ordinary system of clip pings from contemporaries far and wide. The information has a more business zing, suggestive of reliable data based on actual observation. . Clippings alwajs savour of impectraiosily, and are suggestive of piracy without payment. Besides, country readers obiect to an over-supply of second-hand materia], and would £ir and away prefer apparently insignificent matter of local origin. J would not for a moment suggest that the djatijyille Times eliminates any telegraphic or worldly Stirring events from its columns, but that it should increase its attractiveness by pastoral and agricultural news...
AUGATHELLA. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
AUGATHFJ.T.A. (From Our Own Correspondent). A fatal quarrel took place on Wednes day last at the black's camp, 14 miles np tho Warrego river, between two aborigi nals known as "Cockatoo " and "King Billy." The battle resulted fatally for both, they having stabbed each other to such an extent that they died almost im mediately. A gin was the cause of the hostilities. Jack Cnllen, alias " Brnmby Jack, owing to the prompt action of Mr. H. Poftingor, who is in charge of the Post and Telegraph Department at Augathella, in swearing in special constables, for the purpose of bringing Jack, who^ it was reported bad brutally violated a little girl of the tender ago of eight years, to justice, was brought before the Augathella Bench on Friday, the 24fch ultimo. J. "Vivian Williams, Esq., P.M., presided, and H. Pottingar, and J. Weir, Esqs., JJ.P-, were also on the Bench. Accused was charged with entering tlio Court room at Augathella aud stealing therefrom soma eleven pounds weight of opium ch...
VANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
VANITY. Bt LADY COOK (nee TENNESSEE J CLABTJN). Uost peoplo are alive to tho imperfections of others ; Few, however, perceive their own. To know one's self is tho most difficult of all knowledge. There ore none so ill-favoured, for instance, who will not'admire themselves in a mirror, because they see not themselves, but somo Ideal individuals. And with liko partiality do we regard tho good and evil qualities which form oar character, always esteeming ourselves, no matter how depicable we may really be. Hence vanity is tho pre-, dominant and universal vice. Thus 'a pious philosopher said: " What blindeth the eye, or what hideth the heart of a man from him self like vanity ? Lo ! When thoa seestnot thyself, then others discover thee most plainly." Cogan defines vanity as "that species of pride which, while it presumes upon a degree of superiority in some particular articles, fondly courts the applause of "every one within its sphere of action ; seeking every occasion to display some ...
A SERIOUS ENGAGEMENT. London, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898
A SERIOUS ENGAGEMENT. . London, Jane 27. Ptrrtlior details have now been re,. csiTed of the engagement which took ' lace near Santiago between 1000 American cavalry and 2000 Spanish ?oops under General Linares. The regiment of American cowboys, rganised by Mr. Eooaevelt, and com »nded by Colonel Wood, together jth a detachment of United States .^splar troops, under the command of ^V.peral Young, started to dialo'lge the L laniards irotn the heights of Savilla. ha heat was so intense that many of itne American troops were prostrated, fend tbej? heavy equipment had to be afcsudosed, Tbe cactus and the thick undergrowth rendered marching diffi cult, and whan they were in the thick est o£ the "jungle the cowboys were caught in an ambuscade, and sustained ahot fire from an enemy who was in visible. Mr. Hamilton Fish and Captains Cafrou and Lana were killed, and the Americans were for the mo ment so demoralised by thennexpected attack that some of them fired npon their comrades. Mr. Roose...