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BLOWN UP. London, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

I BLOWN UP. London, Jaly 21. I t A Chinese murderer, who wan being jrarsned by the police, took . refage in a fuse fiictory in Oakland, California, and blew the place tip, killing himself and six policemen.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WENDOUREE. Sydney, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

THE YVENDOUREE. Sydney, July 22. All hopes of floating the steamer Wendoaree, which went ashore at Newcastle have been abandoned.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND COURT APPEALS. Brisb[?], July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

LAJTD COUUT A1TKALS. lirisb.nic, .July Ti c eviileinu? lor lint appellant in (lie Tiiarj^o i.iiuluh Station appeal case ponclml 4 yesterday, anil evi dence for.the Crown conuiiciitut.l.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW MARKETS. Sydney, July, 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

NEWMARKETS. Sydney, Jnly, 22. The new Sydney markets, which which were erected at a cost of £250,00U for buildings alone, were formally opened yest;rday.

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N.S.W. ELECTIONS. Sydney, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

U.S.W. ELECTIONS. Sydney, Jnly 22. 341 candidates have been nomi nated for 122 seats in the Assembly, 111 being nominees of tlx? Federal Party, 81 Government nominees, 22 Labonr candidates, and the rest In dependent. r r-Interest in'-: the contest for the King division is becoming daijy more pronounced. Barton's chances of snccess are\ considered bright, as he has everywhere been received with enthusiasm. .. The Premier's: supporters, how ever, are confident of success, as at i every meeting addressed by Mr. Reid he has received a vote of con fidence. .;Mr->Reid addressed a large meet ing Ht "Orange in support of Mr. Newman's candidature, bat the pro ceedings were so disorderly that the Premier was scarcely able to obtain a hearing. A fight occurred at a meeting held .by Varney Parkes in King *tivisiotK. l^o- men" fiave been ar rested. ?? .

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America and Spain SURRENDER OF SANTIAGO. GREAT AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT. 11,000 SQUARE MILES SURRENDERED. SPANISH GARRISONS CAPITULATE. HONOUR OF WAR CONCEDED TROOPS TO BE RETURNED TO SPAIN. (BY CABLE.) London, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

SURRENDER OF SANTIAGO. GREAT AMERICAN ACHIEVE MENT. 11;000 SQUARE MILES SURRENDERED. SPANISH GARRISONS CAPITULATE. HONOUR OF WAR CONCEDED TROOPS TO BE RETURNED TO SPAIN. - (BY-CABLE.) Loudon, July 15. It lias I teen announced from offi cial sources that, the Spanish garri son oi Santiago-lists nowsnrreudered to the American "commander. Later. Later reports regarding the snr render of Santiago shovr that a most important success has been gained by the United States. General Linares, the commander of the Spanish troops, was, as pre viously reported, serionsly wounded daring the first attack of the Amer ican force on Santiago, and it was Biibseqnently decided by the snr geons chat his wonnded arm wonld have to be ampntated. He was couscqnently unable to take any psirt.pi*rsonaIIy in the negotiation^ and in his absence the terms of stir rend-vr wnv dismissed by his second in e.'.mniind. General Toral, with Uciici-.il JIil^s, thf American » ora niander in Chief, ami Generals Slnl'r. r mi...

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A Pretty Typewriter. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

A Pretty Typewriter. Typewriters, and especially pretty ones, bare been made the subject of in numerable so-called jokes, bat one most not imagine for on* instant that the average typewriter's existence ia a bed of roses. Far from it; many of th«m work long and late, and the very nature of tha work is more'than likely, to bring on chronic disease. A sedeatary life is on* of the sorest originators of con stipation, -'biliousness, female ailnents, sluggish liver, and a host of similtur.ail ments. and an attack of this sort »eces sitatas a course of that best of all reme dies for stomach, liver or female troubles, Bile Beans for Biliousness. This re medy is the froit of years of study by an einincat American medical man, who, after various experiments, discov ered a vegetable substance that, when properly compounded, has the cxact effect on the system of a regular and sufficient flow of nature's own bile. Needless to say, tbis is without doubt the "purgative of the age," and the best p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

jswwsranr t jkoset t s . m«iev ttt GREAT CASH DISTRIBUTION, for 14 days Only. HAVING bad a Very Successful Half-Year, and being desirous of Clparinfr Out oil Wix.ter Stook to make room for Snmmer Goods without tlie trouble of re marking the Stock, I NOW MAKR THE BIGHEST CASH DISTRIBUTION EVER HEARD OF IN THESE PARTS THHSE SHIKIIIGS CHTVEtf &WAT WITH £1 PAHCEM ! ^he Biggest Buyer the Biggest Benefitter. TAKE NOTICE.-This is no K hawker's yarn,** or " most get killed policy," bnt an Actu ti Gift of Three Silver ShillingR on £1 parcels. Boll Up and get your Supplies for Spring, Summer, Antnmn, and Winter. FIRST COME, BEST CHOICE. REMNANTS AN'D BARGAINS IK AfX DEPARTHKNTS. DR. EEKILBY, .Oarner of Galatea and Wfflsl Streets. of Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m. i! 2p.m.to5pun.; 7p.m toSpjn. .-vVaeelnation performed every FRIDAY f at . yjm. ,G. N. BEH^ isoucrroB, CHARLEV1LLE. ; lete of Powers and Robinson's, and ofT. . 'Banton's, Brisbane. .i,'j. cum m co" CHABL3VILLE, FORWARDING, SA...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Our ineiil S'-irJiannat. Tim usual fortnightly meeting. nF llie Municipal Council was held on Wed nesday evening, the aldermen present bfitisf .Messrs. Armstrong (mayor), Stiiilh. Uronneii, Fitzwaltor, Giblis, and Dillin^ion. Corrt».-pi>ndt-iice was read from C. T. Williams re filling up of gutter near.Ilia premises. Front Ales. Eclilic, re her consumer's water rale. From Mrs. Rose Hennessy, re rates. From J. G. Green, re condition of the windmill iu the Divisional Board paddock. From N". J. W. Nielsen, re Roche's account for repairing service, pipe*. From A. Aeschimann,- enclosing amount of his consumer's water rate, nnd expressing a hop* that the Council would make the same reduction in his case as they had in the cose of other establishments. From W. Grice. re amount charged hint as consumer's rate, and ' pointing out that a similar place was only c' arged £2 per year, while he was charged Oo tlio motion of Aldermen Fitzwal ter, the Clerk was instructed to make inquiries re Go...

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The Chicken Cholera Farce [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Tlie cblelcera ca»©3ear» '^arce Under the above title, the following . letter appears in . the " Telegraph " of Saturday last :-' To THE Editob.-Sir,-Comments J»re been , made' in yonr paper with regard to the hostility of tie squatters imt&m'dirtrict to ihe experiments ihafc are-being carried on bj'tfce Gorarnnient for the extermination of rabbits by chicken cholera. I certainly hava caver hUtxd ofany hostility, and as fat '33 I know «Teiry. facility hss been :o£rer«2 by . the Warrego Rabbis Beard sad managers . ol stations for the carrying oq t>f the mark. Experiments of this sort, if tlwy are to be productive of .any good, arasfbe carried oat with at least soma pretence at scientific precision. The methods that have been adopted, and the stamp of men that have been ap pointed for their execution, itfe not on those interested. It is well known in.'tie scientific world that any form of B«ir treatment that has net been per fected, and get3 prematurely published, ia almost...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

BI« yjLUA-SS ._y.. AT f. Briant's, ^ ?* Alfred Street.. Good Washing Galatea.St ri|«;, (ii I p»r.vd. '.?* Unbleached Calit;<>, 2<l. to <!.l. StripedTlanneJettes, From 2s. (nl |w:r doss. Large Turkish Towels, Is. each Unbleached Sheeting at 81I. [m i- \ ;ml. Art Muslins, from 3s. !ld. }><?? x. Blankets and IJu^h, all rcduccd to i-leir. Bedding and Wire Mattri s-es Alwavs <>a lland. RIFLES AND AMMUNITION AT BRISBANE TRICES. THE BON MARCHE, f «-K K.I'IVI S.B. K ~ Do Tea "Want A & Tb# Best Valne arc Obtainable from W. H. Palinsr & Co Ld. - Established 1852. STEINWAY, LIPP, BRINSMLAD, FEUBICH, OOLLAUD, GORS & KALLMANN. CARL ECKR, UEBEL & LEICHLEITER. The Wonderful Medium Priced VICTOR and the Marvellously Perfect low priced E. BELLING. Each of these Pianos is ot Special Con abaction for Extreme and Trying climates Require only the Minimum Tuning and Attention. It is in Consequence of the Excep...

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The Value of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Thd Mm of Advise. " You on always got plenty o? advict ] becauso it doesn't cost anything, and ] consequently isn't of any valtis " Thca 1 say many cynical peuplu with '?.?horn the | world has ^ot gone vory w3I. 3ct 5 cynics frequently ni.-ika mistakes in for- I Retting, thai exceptions prora the rale, j The sidvtcs of one' friettu to ancta«? :s"t (M^Tjietinies of inestimufcla valae. 33 r. Tate, of Iihica Cottage, lllawarra Scad, SJornVstville, has proved th» truth of the \ rctuark. " I was suiiering fearfully from influensa and lis after effect?," bt> fay*. " A friend recommended nse to , taki' Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale Ptojjie. I did so, and am now com pletely cared. After thirty years* ina - raunity from trouble, in3nensa gripped ni», and it gripped me pretty tight. Withoat warning I suddenly became ill. I always had a Srst-class appetite ; it < left mf altogether. Positively J could .at nothing at all. Hoary headaches attacked me. and they continued to in cr...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Here and Elsewhere A GABBIER named J. Brown who had been an inmate of the Charleville Hos pital for about four months, died in the institution on Wednesday evening. The ~deee*lfBiJ^te~44^ear90f sgejand leaves a wife and family. ' THE Charleville Hospital at present affords shelter to 16 patients, the suiall .est- nomber. whichit has, lield for a -considerable time past, i " ' THE police magistrate, Mr. J. Vivian Williams, has suffered from a severe, attack of the. prevailing influenza daring the past fortnight, and ' has fn conse quents' been"prevented"*from"~atteridihg' to his magisterial duties, but we are pleased to learn that he is rapidly im proving and will be able to resume active work again very shortly. ? MB. John Donnelly has not yet taken . his departure for tlie. City of Cypress Pine, and is at present in temporary charge of the Charleville station .is Mr. Delaney, relieving station master, lias been., compelled . to . proceed to . Roma, where several of the officials ar...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

The "World at Large Mr. William Brookes, an old resident, and formerly a member of the Legisla ture, died on Saturday afternoon at the age of 73. Mr. J. M. Vincent has commenced an action against the Victorian Govern ment, claiming £20,000 damages for defamation of his character as promoter of the Australian irrigation'colonies. .Mrs. Elizabeth Lynn Linton, tha celebrated English novelist, ia dead. The Irish Local Government BQ1 has been passed through Committee in the House of Commons after an all night sitting. Lord Kintore ami Lord Hopetoun have declined, Tor private reasons, to accept the appointment of Governor General of Canadri. . Messrs Mathieson and Drejv, the Vic torian inspectors «rho travelled through the tick-infested areas of Queensland, have famished their report to the Mini ster for Agriculture. The body, of one of- the victims of the Dudley c illiery disaster has been re covered. The li'i'lv of ihe seaman Donald M'Auley, who wits drowned ia the river on the 10th ins...

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The Boorara Bere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

I TMte BftQrar^Bere^ ?9 aSf? -fc* »i- ty&. T-I - W-!*=-1.\ ?AT.K This bore, which was '.commenced;, on the 28 th April, 1898, ,has been crnn ;plet«^ at a depth of 1474-feet; and. a 'QowjFoF water^esttiuated at 2,000,000 "gals, daily has bwn struck.- The Hole is cased througliont with 6in: casing, and the water, the temperature of which is 128 dog. rises 3ft. 3in. above the top. We are indebted to Mr. George D. Wangh, the diiller in charge, For the following particulars oF the progress of the hole. The drilling for the first 160 feet was through a hard conglomerate formation,^ intersected with ironstone bands,.and a fairly good supplyof fresh water was struck- at 48ft. which rose ~wiKijn?20ft. of the: surface, but the first] trueartesian flowSras - met with at the1 106<TFt. level in blue shale, which was interspersed with very little water rock. Going through this, the second supply was obtained at 1380ft."in a light-shale formation, mixed witb sandstone. "Con tinu...

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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Sporting Scraps. .V very interesting j»inc oE football was |il:iv<-.t mi ill" Recreation Reserve on Sunday afternoon, between teams representing tin' Town and Cobb and Co. 'i'lie in:)tcli was the first of a series, the members of the team -winning the robber to lie presented with medal*. U|> to half time no gcore was made by either l hongh some good'".play was shown. Tho .'ocoiid half' was fast, atiij rnriotw. Soon after startiDg,-th« (Victory men made a.giiod forward iaah ami Harry Smith secured a try'behind the post. Hooper (O.) failed, however, to secure the goal. The kick-off again was followed by a number of scrimmages and Jack Warren" had the miafortnne to hart his knee, compelling his retirement from the field. W« understand that Jack is still con fined to bed, but-improving. Just before time .was called, .a good ran by.Fraser brought the" ball right down, and W. Lynch from a pass scored a try for the Town. His attempt to kick a goal- shared the sanrit fate ai H...

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Latest War News. London, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Was* Sews. London, Julv 21. President. M'lvinley says that peace with Spain will not be con cluded nntil Havana is captnred. A correspondent of the New York "World," having been refnsed per mission to assist in hoisting the American flag at Santiago, struck General Shafter's face He was at once ar.ested aud deported The Spanish and American offi cers and soldiers arc fraternising at Santiago, bnt. the Americans exe crate the Cnbaus General Blanco, the Spanish Commander-in-Chief in Cuba, dis claims any responsibility in connec tion with the. surrender of Santiago The Americana sit Santiago are. generonsly relieving distress among starving people there The alarm in connection with the outbreak of yellow fever in south eastern Cnba is now snbsidiug. (Mr. J. Armstrong), who had on Iiis right Mr. Donnelly siml Mr. Aeschi mann, and on his left Mr. Pitzwalter and Mr. Lockett. In opening the proceedings of the evening the Chairman voiced the gene ral regret' felt by Charleville at Mr. Donne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

CHAPMAN & SQMPANY. YOU CAN HATE MORE SEAT- BARGAINS. REAL BARGAINS. Out T.gst Week's Sale was n veritable Triumph. Such a combine of Elegance am! !.ow Prices could not fail to attract. An entk-siaitic patronage n»ceived an ob ject lesson in tlie economy of baying. Ymi suit yourself in Style, We pnnrnutee the Quality, and Tlie Price takes care of itself. T*ke note of the following MAGIC . FIGURES which will prevail daring the Sale Onlv : Ladies' Blai-k Velvet CAPES, trimmed jet and ribbons. 15s lid, 17c 6>1. 21* ; re duced lo 10-. 6d, 12s 6'1.15s 6d. Ladies* Black Velvet CAPES, trimmrd fnr» 33a, 45s. 63s ; reduced to 23a 1 Id. 26s ltd. 37* 61: Ladies* Black Figured Silk C'oth GAPES, trimmed Cliinchilla tfr. lined Silk, 45* ; reduced to 17s lid. . Ladies Cloth MANTLES, in myrtle and black. Rood quality, 32a 6d ; reduced to lfiilld. Ladies' Coloured Cloth JACKETS, clear ing 14* lid. Ladies*BLOUSES, figured cloth, 7s lid; reduced to 5s 9d. Black and White Check CLOTH, *>b ...

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Latest by Wire. JAPANESE IMMIGRATION. Brisbane, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 23 July 1898

Latest by Wire. JAPANESE IMMIGRATION Brisbane, July 22. The Government have decided that in future all Japanese immi- grants will be required to produce   passports for this colony, as it ap- pears that a number recently landed   with passports for the northern ter ritory, South Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

SANDER & SONS KUCALX PTI EX 'iRACT.-Vtfder the distinguished patron* age of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consol-General 1 for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1S78. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam exhibi tion, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extiact in the market, products of ample dist&la i tion, forming crude, resinous oils. In order I that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure volatile Eucalypti Extract, which I is recognised by the medical'division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pare 1 origin, as per information forwarded to a* : through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state: It is proved by teata made by the medical clinics of the universities of Bonn and Griefs wald' (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schnltz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonne and Professor Dr Mossier, Director...

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