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THE CUBAN INSURGENTS. LONDON, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

THE CUB AN INSUEGENTS. toinioK, Jane 26. News is to hand that a sharp an. gagesjenfc took place batween the Caban insurgent forces and the Spaniards at Garana. Fifty of the insurgents were killed, and the losses on the p3rt of the Spanish forces were very heavy. The Cubans have captured two Spanish trains which were conveying food supplies.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Column. Melbourne & Caulfield Caps. Declaration of Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Sporting Coliiiiut. Melbourne & Caulfield Caps. BsclaratioQ. of "Weights The following 'weights were declared on the 27th insfc. for tho two principal events of the V-B.C. and V-A.T.C. Spring Meetings: Melbourne Cap, <* handicap sweepstakes of 25 SOTS, each, with 3,000 so vs. added; second horse to receive 500 so vs. and third 250 so vs. oat of the stake; after the declaration of the weights for this race the winner of any handicap fiat race of the valuo of 100 sovs to carry 51b. extra, of 200 sovs. 71b. extra, of £00 sovs. or upwards 161b. extra, provided that tho winner of the AJ.C. or V.R.C. Derby of 1898 shall cany in t.hia race not less than weight for ago; 2 milas. First forfeit 1st August; second forfeit (3 sovs.) on the 25th October (the Tuesday be fore the race), or the nominator will be liable for balance (23 sovs.) of sweepstakes. To be run 1st November.} st. lb.- st. lb* Amberite 9 II Princess of Battalion 9 10 Wales 7 3 Merlootas . 9 10 Dreamland ... ...

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Tick Plague. N.S. WALES [?]TION.S SHEEP AND HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Tick Plague. Jf.g. f» '*'. ' T*7Tf :v SHEEP % :-D BORsES. Cop:a= ?»f it f>r«iei»ma!iop which l:a* I b«5<37: inaSr- !-j" Mir- Gowrnnrn?^ nf >v* { ScufH ^ !.-* "-.s.-r- Ir-MS r-r.-iT"} fh.- | . 8jsVb-.~«- '*....?*. T- r' .*.;»«. : Q^. ' J .. .?*?? . tc.-vo.rr'jv- ..j t:..; "? "V «. r>- .:>? ; Wii;»w l>>- -'er: .-.?! ..t -t.- 148" | paml'et of »»M«. utolar-'iv. from tKe owqrr and ? certificate fr< ni th« inapactor of the district from which they h*T»eotne that they are not infected, and thenanly after they have "been thoroughly dipped or naeared by anch person with oil or other dressing to the satisfaction of the Inspector. Tfca'proclamation farther prohibits iha (MMing over the border of ahaep from Qn«nj»!and and coining from country vit&n the a?ea daiciHisd aaietrader:- I Booaded cn the west by the railway lints from Wallangarra to Brisbane, tfcenca by the railway Hoe to iha Great Dividing fiisge, thence by thai range northerly to the c...

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Antarctic Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Antarctic Expedition. Lord Salisbury bas informed the( Geographical Society that the Go vernment are unable to undertake the Antarctic expedition. The Times deplores the decision, and nrgea England to respond to the Society's appeal for £50,000 for the parpose of equipping the expedition.

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Across Niagara on Blondin's Back. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

. Across. SJJsgsra ©a 31on <Stn7s S&cS:. M*. 3arjr Coiesrf, wao wao carricd across Jfiagns Falls on Blsndin'a bnsa on a tight ropo is 18S0, lately basa recalling ibo ex jwnabc*, sad .his tall: is csrtirularTy in tUettvng juit horr awing io iha rtcent death 'ofth« ffaiM'JS Tcjs-Trolier. Ha taei Blocdin iaBoctea in 1353; bat it was ncS till early ia IMO.tibsl Blancia braacica his plan of taking bim iicroja' Nu^ua. At flrst Colcord took ' the motto as a joia; but ii t?q3 soon piaia that Blosdin ^raj; in czmcyi. Tho ropa was two thomand feat loajj, icd three incSeo in .-dittMtcr. Hear!j 2.73 moatis wera spent ia gtttivff it aisSe aad put into pcjjiion, with fmy ropej ar3 every arranganjsai -or safe?/. ICr. ColstrH saja . Blcciiin Bad lasirnoiiS ao }o put my mgbi on iia Bcoaldm oaly triib 317 ana?, .Bd clasp his body nith raj 3?-p. I could Mt pet ray vr«ic"ht on hh legs, a 3 J bat would r<M£et2£l%>r hi) 3ioY£m:n?3. la Sulj, 13SO, aveTjtiins Ssing rsady, I...

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Land Selection at Wagga. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Land Selection at Wagga. 665 individual applications were made for 55,000 acres of homestead selections in the Wagga district yester day.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. The Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Latest Cablegrams. LOKDOIT, Thursday. The Wool Sales. The wool sales were animated. Merinos maintained an advance. Grosabreds were in the buyers' favour, except for the finest grades. Pipp, 8£d; Waroonga, 8id; Waihuka, 6fd.

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WEST AUSTRALIA. Parliamentary. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

WEST AUSTRALIA. Parliamentary. PEBTH, Friday. The want of confidence motion in the Assembly was defeated by 22 to 16.

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Current Events. 4,/liw vvanor -ruiToi!^, pnoiajfrapner, wishes to acknovrjodga tha liberal pat ronage aecordatl him daring his visit to Charlo^ills, arid to notify thai ho will close Lis atndio -lcro ou t'no 181a Jnly. , Intending clieni3 should call early to ar ransa for aiitings. Ws direct attention to tlio business an nouncement of ZIt. Charles Bowell, practical boolmaier, who iua been well known to tho public of Charlsvilio as a skilful workman during tho past four years. Mr. Powell has recently commenced business in Alfred-streot, opposite Mr. Armstrong's butchery. He is receiving the patronago that his reputation naturally induces, acd, as ho strictly confincs himself to tho ordered trade, has imported lasts ox all shapes to suit all feet, anatomical work being hi3 speciality. Mr. Powell's hacd oovru work has bean awarded numerous prizes at local showa. His repaira tiro characterised by their tip-top standard 01 esceller.co. Wo coHsmend hitn to the patronago of our rtaders. ?s...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Municipal Council. A. special meeting of the Charleville Muni cipal Counoil took place at the Council Chambers oil Monday evening last, to con aider the electric lighting of the town. Present:-Tha Mayor (AMrrman Armstrong), and Aldermen Xil:-w-, i -.-Walter, Smith, and Brennen. The minutes of the previous special meet ing in connection with the same matter were read. The Mayor informed Alderman Brennen that his seat was not vacated by his absence from meetings, that information Jhaving been received by wire from the secretary of the Local Authorities' Association. Brisbane. The following report was submitted: ETBCTKIO LIGHT BCTOBT. BIS "WOBSHT? THE ITATOE AITD AIDKBMBS, CHABLBVUM. Gentlemen, I have the honor to- submit the following report on the electric lighting of Gliarleviile, baaed on the data at my command. 1st.-Motive power available.-The re mit of a serleB of tests proves the surplus power at the,- Charleville artesian bore, after making ample provision for the town water su...

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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Week's Epitome. A magisterial inquiry has been held concerning the death of Henry Dimmick at the Auchenflower Railway Station on the 10th instant. No. 7 north Golden Gate Company. Croydon, has declared a dividend of 2s. 6d per 43.000th share, and carried for ward £600. A Bnndabeig telegram states that cane catting- has been suspended until colder weather sets in. A conference of mineowners and repre sentatives of the Miliars' Delegate - Board was held at Newcastle to discuss the question of raising the selling price of coal, but was eventually adjourned to enable the owners to consider the matter. Air. Reid, the New South Wales Prem ier, is confident of victory at the coming elections, and says that when he comes back with a majority negotiations for federation will ba resumed. The forthcoming elections in New Sonth Wale3 ar« assuming the charaoter of a personal contest between the rival leaders, Mr. Reid and Mr. Barton. Air. Barton, replying to a question whether he would state wha...

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Legal. Charleville Police Court. SATURDAY, 25th June, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Legal. Charleville Police Court. Saxitxdat, 25th June, 1898. Before J. Yiviau-WUliams Esq., P.M. BjttrKKBHXKSS.-One offender pleaded guilty, and was discharged with a caution. Kekismko tub POXICE.-John Xoune gleaded guilty, and was fined 10a., or 48 ours* imprisonment. OBSCENE XiANOCTAGB.-Edward Harrop plpadod guilty, and was fined 20a., or 14 days' impiisonment BREACH OP STAMP DOTY ACT, SEC. 71 Henry Harris, Inspector of Stamps, v William Ridley. Mr. Lockctt (per Mr. Francis), for the defence, pleaded guilty Fined £5, with 5a 4d costs of Court, 5a. one witness's expenses; in default, levy and dis tress; in default of levy and distress, "one month in Bonn Gaol. Defendant was al lowed 14 dsys to pay the fine. IIIOBITSES.-A carrier's license was granted to John Wade, and a number of renewals of tobacco licenses were granted to various local business people. Monday, 27th June, 1838. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. DntJNKBNNEss.-One offender pleaded guilty and was discharged with ...

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Land Board Court. MONDAY, 27TH JUNE, 1898. (Before T. S. Sword, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Land Board Court, MONDAY, 27ra JUNE, 1898. (Before T. S. Sword, Esq.) llr. W. F. Wilson appeared for the Crown. Mr. Arthur Ward, (Dividing Cormnisionar), and Mr. Smales (Deputy Registrar), were also present. Tha following cases were dealt ?with Inorth Eurella.-Lessee, Eliza Calciao; no agpparence of lessee. fX The Commissioner restated that the total area, was 35 square smiles, 30 miles available, 5 ^unavailable; estimated to cany 16 head of cattle per mile; considered a fair rental ?would be 20s. Decision reserved. HoganthuHa.-Lessee. QJ?. Sank. The Commissioner reported that the area was 295 square miles, 240 of which were available and 55 unavailable. The estimated average carrying capacity was 22.5 head of cattle per mile; a fair rental would be 26s. lOJd per mile for available country.' A telegram was read from ^Ir. J. Forrest, Q.N. Bank inspector, applying for adjourn ment of the case. The adjournment vras refused, and the de cision reserved. Blverston.-Lessee, J. Books, 142J-...

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TUESDAY, 28TH JUNE, 1898. (Before T. S. Sword, Esq.) GRAZING FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

TUESDAY, 28TH JUNE, 1898. (Before T. S. Sword, Esq.) Giiazeso Fahms. No. 10.-Lessee, Thomas Jesser, 7,750 acres. No. 11.-Lessee, Thomas Jesser, senr., 9,000 acres. No 12.-Lessee, Thomas Jesser,' senr., 14,040 acres. No. 13.-Lessee, Thomas Jesser, jour., 11,130 acres. Mr. T. Jesser. senr. appeared for the selectors, and addressed the Court,! urging that a redaction to Id. per acre should be made. The Commissioner considered that Id. per acre was a lair rent, taking into consideration that tho country had suffered from drought. The Court fixed the rent at Id. per acre accordingly.

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Coal Miners' Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Coal Minsrs' Strike. The President o£ the Board of Trade has agreed to appoint a con ciliator in connection with the "Welsh eoal miners' strike.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Inoculation of Cattle. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. Inoculation of Cattle. STDNKT, Friday. The Minister for Agriculture, re plying to questions in the Assembly, stated be did not consider it advisable to give northern stockownera per mission at pro seat to inoculate cattle against the ticks.

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Agricultural College. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Agricultural College. The Gatton Agricultural College bas been placed under the charge of Mr, Mahon, dairy expert, and Mr. Boyd, editor of the Agricultural Journal.

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Inspection of Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Inspection of Cattle. A drover reports the mode o£ in specting cattle on the border as being Tory unsatisfactory, being injurions to the cattle. The inspection as made is likely to result in ticks being missed. -o

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

Cfcarlaville £azul Court. SITTINGS, 1888. »» n ii » 15 July 19 Aogost 16 September 21 October 18 WoTembor 16 December

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY JULY 2ND, 1898. Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 2 July 1898

THE CJarltbtlle Ctmes. 8AHTHDAT JULY 2ND, 1898. Stock and Station. Sqn&tiera, A cents, Drovere, and other* wiikiuz to paMhh repoitj of stack sales, stack movements, and rainfall?, which have taken place in their respective districts, in this column, will feindlv forward the information so as to reach thisoSce not lat fir than Friday evenings, in order to ensure its publication in iha following day's issue. Times Office, Friday. OH tho 25th June, 1075 bulIocSs, from Blonnt Inrifaiillen to New South Wales, passed Charlaville; Sir. Watson in charjze 209 aaerino rams arrived by train at Char laville on Monday from Collaroy station, New 8outh. Wales, and started on tho road on Wedseeday for £fr. Hawley's Eeechal sfca tioa; Mr. D. J. Laird, drovor, in charts. These are a nice lot of 2-tooth ram's, in very ?®«ir aoaditioa. lhe following -wire his reached ns from Metals. Pitt, Son, and Badgery, Sydney: "July 2Sth, 18S8. Wo held a most successful gale of store cattle at Maswellbrook ...

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