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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

Sporting Scraps. S'JR-lay ?:i st passed over without ittf usiml.- jV'X f*tli nintcli. A" Few jilayem assembled nf? ?fir- ground, but it wa» impossible t<> c1iort«** sides For oren » scratch .natch, and after some d.-snltorY fcltrkiiii? at ball the crow".*? afcpecsed T!i.-> rneiiiLT mare Disfigured is roturit' in:r tn Mdlioiirno. She wn« 'sent to Singapore, but tlio climate did not shit' her. Tin* 1 J,-mile record Tor the world has been broken, and, of course, in America. The Latouia Derby l>eing won by Han d'Or in drains. 32£sec3. During the 223 days' raeirig in New Zealand £!>9,57fi was'giveii in stake?, and the nnm of £772,321 passed through the totalisator. . The "Morning Post" (London) says : "New-haven 11. i9 very massively Fraaied all over, with enormous feet like, the common Kirfcham, who, was sent over here to win the Derby for the late. Mr. J. White ; but all the eulogy in the world cannot justify unqualified praise of hi* legs with such a pair of spa...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS. A Victory for Reld. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS, Jk. Victory for K&eld. Sydney, Wednesday. The polling: for the King Division gives Reid 661 (?), Barton 653. Later. The pretest state of parties is : Ministeralists, 22; Federalists, 49 ; Independent, 1. Sydney, Thursday. The general elections yesterday eansed great excitement. In the King Division, Tteid defeated Barton hy 761 to 651. The approximate state parties is: Ministerialists, 67 ; Bnrtonites, 49 ; Independent, 8. Messrs. Garrard, Gould, and Sydnoy Smith, Ministers, ware among the de feated, as were also Messrs. McMillan, Brace Smith, It. E. O'Connor, Schey Farnell, Dan O'Connor, and Sir Wil I'am Manning. Sydney, Friday. It is understood that the matter of the reconstruction of the Ministry is under the consideration of the Govern ment. The question of a coalition bet wren Barton and It'*M has (hwu in political circles. The latest r-M urns ihff strength or the pari-ic-i :-Ministerialists, 63 ; Federalists, 57 ; Independent, 5. |

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America and Spain NAVAL DESCENT ON SPAIN A LAST RESOURCE. AMERICAN OPERATIONS IN CUBA. MANZANILLO BOMBARDED. A GENERAL ATTACK IMMINENT. THE PHILIPPINE INSURGENTS. AGGRESSIVE ACTION OF AGUINALDO. (BY CABLE.) London, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

NAVAL DESCENT ON SPAIN A LAST RESOURCE. AMERICAN OPERATIONS IN CUBA. MANZANILLO BOMBARDED. A GENERAL ATTACK IMMINENT. THE PHILIPPINE INSUR i WENTS. AGGRESSIVE ACTION OF AGtJINALDO. (BT CaBLK.) Lomlou, Jnly 22. , Hrporta received. frOm;Washing ton sta'e that a naval descent on Spain will ouly be undertaken as a . last resort in the event of tha pre sent war being protracted. . -There . is, however, ac present uo real sign ? of snbmission on the part of Spain. ! News is tc. hand that the Ameri can fleet has bombarded Manzanillo on the Bonth east coast of Cnba, ' ahont eighty-five miles from Santi ago. Great loss was inflicted on . the Spaniard^ of whom one hun ;dred ; are- rr |wt«lto have been killed. , I ? Aiforce'/ot-.American; troops has ' uovf been landed in the vicinity of I Mananzillo, and an attack upon the place both by sea and land is im j minrnr. ; \ L--j , J: i i J! ! London, July 24. > { It i* reported that three Ameri | can warships bombarded Nipe BaV j (Bahia de Nipe)...

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The British [?]avy. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

Th* JlritiKh »i'j; An important -w»- .Ii-'.ivfred : ia the Hous» of (.'<1111111 n« hi^t uiirlit . [says a Lontl->u eal>U; of J>iiv <>v the Right. IL.11. G. .1. (J.^'ln'ii, Firs: Lord of th^A.'lmIr*ltv, ;u wliwh Im dis closed the nav:tl adopted by the Government 111 vi.^w of th« large in creases in their naval strength which were Iwing tunde l>r foreign Power*. In the w»'nr=e of Itii speech Mr. G<li chen stated that Ore«t Britain had now forty-on«- first-class hattleships. either built or hniUIing, ami these could not be matched r.->'r power, speed, aud gene ral efficiency l>y the navies or any other two iVwer*' in' 4 he world. The two powerful cruisers, with a 9 peed-of twenty three knot-, which were included in the naval programme announced'by him in Match la»t, ivi-rp designed for the pur pose of destroying the corsair cruisers of any other I'<»wer in the event of war. The action tlint had lieen taken hy Russia. i» t...

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

* 'COSSETS,'Sir GOOD Wi SHINS GALATEA STRIPE. 6£<I per yard. ?? Si'. i* frray?^ to 60. STRIPED FLANNELETTES, fromfc 6;| F«rdot ' :! * 'lilMir TPKSiSH TOWELS, l*t«*gb. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, at 8d. pery*nl. - 11» MU8I»INSi-fa»i3«kSd. per^oz. BLANKETS AND RUTGS, AH Bed ced io Clear. . BEDDING A$D WIRE MATTRESSFS ALWAYS ON HAND. . J-S-'l 'r-SSs ^ . WillSiStreeifc- j ". «!..;. i J.r'' ' '" '"?< !'???' ""Hwiirirr { "uTMiiTintTn'n'nrrffil a, 8^*7.'.?®#$?! .«*,. ca& ' ". i ® ~BM Xaii^Pbsisr^-asd: Bo'sisscn'g, and: -T.I.-. ;;. BacSoa^.Bmbano..' Si 1WSI M® SS.,i ? ":: CHA3ti27ILLH, SOUilSSiCIi A?1B: Infpnrltioa. on. aR matters, ? " Tariffs, &e. ti{"i Jiii1< c'";";life'Q J? ? ? Bosks ia- "Jowa, a* t»i : for Casb aad Sells for.< BUIiLOO. 'BOAEBi =RANGA3GQ... ... 6 WALLA3Y <* DSSTGO - , ..?*?<>. .- .SotHte-rS&SrsiJpJal ScaJpa Enst M^ '- . TBifoHawrng gontlamsn ha*® beon ra to act aa Secoiv-ara on babaEE o...

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

CHAPMAN & COMPANY.; YOU CAN HAYS MORE HEAL BARGAINS. REAL BARGAINS. Om Last Week's'Sate was i veritable Triumph. Snoh a combine of Elegance and l.ow Priced could not foil to attract. An rntht-mastfc" patronage received an ob ject IcMon in the economy of buying. Yon »uit yourself in Stylo, We guarantee the Quality, and The Price takes care of it»elf. Take note of the following MAGIC FIGURES' which will prevail daring the Bale Only: Ladies* B!a< k Velvet CAPE!S, trimmed jet and ribbonr. I5e ltd, 17c 6d. 21« ; re duced t® 10* fid, I'2k 6d. 15s 6d. Ladies* Black Velvet CAPES, trimmed fur. 35s, 45s, 63a ; reduced to lid. 26s lid. 37* 6.1. Ladiea* Black Figured Silk Cot It CAPES, trimmed Chinchilla lor. lined Silk, 45s ; reduced to 17* lid. Ladies Cloth MANTLES, in myrtle ami black, good quality, 32a Gd ; reduced to lfislld. Ladies* Coloured Cloth JACKETS, clenr fog 14« lid. Ladies* BLOUSE^ figured clot li, 7s 1 I'd; reduced to 5s 9d. Black and White Check CLOTH, lis 1 ...

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The Late Mr. Pli[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

The late Mr. FHMIOIL It seems like an echo from' tb» dead past (says the " Dally Mail" of Jane 4) to be recording now that Mr. Samuel Plimsoll. the sailor's friend, ia dead. He had completely disappeared from public view for several years, excepting* temporary emergence from bis retirement . inT 1690^'when he pablished a work on the cruelties and dangers of cattle ships. 'Ont of sight, bat not forgotten, this philanthropist passed away at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. He had: been re siding at one of the south coast watering places, Folkestone, and died after tin illness of a few weeks, aged 74. He was a plain, self-made man, rad " no orator as Bratris was," bnt human sympathy aii<l bold enthusiasm bnriied brightly within his bosom. By these attributes more than thirty years ago roused England from end to end and toofc a lethargic House of Camibons by .torm. . The men going down to the sea in coffin ships when Plimsoll was a yoitag ' man had few protectors, except thai lit...

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At the Graeery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

At^tbe Graeery Store. WHAT £S TALKED ABOUT. There is a neat and natty grocery store at the corner of Rathdown and Palmerston streets, Melbourne, where - one can always drop in for an interest ing chat" with the' proprietress^ Mrs. Margaret Boss, who' assists her hus band in managing the bosiness. The theme npon which the conversation frequently turns is the marvellous re covery from neuralgia which Mrs. R»sa has experienced through wing Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. A reporter dropped in at the store re cently, and to him Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated her experience. "I have been a great sufferer from neuralgia for ten or twelve years," she ?aid, "but nothing relieved me except Dr. Williams* Pink Pills for Pale People, which alone have effected a cure. All changes of season proved futile to arrest my malady. Daring the dny time my sufferings were painful, bnt on retiring to rest, the agony' I suffered was excruciating, reducing me to a state of . general collapse, f' fe...

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What is Influenza? [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

Wliat is j&faenza ? Influenza, a complaint exceedingly common at. this time of the year, is not generally understood by the greater part of those who suffer from it. It is in reality .an aggravated form of cold, aup pleraqaitd lw.j»-2<nfiraLwe#ke"*^pf the whole ajstem. Ordinary eolds, it is well known, are caused by congestion of the blood, which as s rale is' mo3t pro minent in the head or throat. Infloenza can be traced to tlie name caaae, and ir regular or insufficient liver action is in most cases responsible for both. When the liver, through any derangement of the digestive organism, cetws to act in the proper manner, a certain amount, of bile" Siids its way into the blood, and at the same time the blood created from food consumed is of a deeidedly poor qualify. In this manner the. blood be comes congested, the circulation slug gish, and a cold results. The circulation of the blood now being much slower tl.an usual, the entire system is affected. The nervous ...

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'MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

Latest 'by Wire. UnetMiMliUid Sew*. Brislmnft, Jnly 21). F.mvims! :-.W-'Mor weather over tTie mloiiy, will) *1i.>hvi\-i in tlie eastern ilis tricts. In tlii» appeal liy I'ulfw Downs ii^:iiii5>t the rt'iitnl <>r Ms per mile fixed by the FjsikI l!«aril, Alx. Justice Cooper yesterday the rent to 10s per mile. In the Assembly the. ilelitfi* on the A.<!dre«s-in-Reply was resumed and farther adjourned.

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

The "World at Lasge Sc\ era! turds belonging . t«i lh«» (£neeu<land Homing Society ftwcntJ the distance Itetween- D.-iIhy and Bris bane, ali»nt ninety miles, in Ieg3_than -wo hours. j'-'* A polo match between tPauls repre senting Brisbane and Toowoomba re spectively waaq>lay@I a£JEagle Farm on Saturday, and resulted & faffobrof tpe home team by 3 goals ti> 1 Some apprehension was occasioned on Saturday by the float ins; ashore of broken oars, loaves of bread, and other ?things on the insido,of,Mocfiton Island ; 'bnt-they. were atterwainls proved to havk been thrftwifc overboard'; from the Rnyal: Arthnr. J . ..-U\ A splendid programme of twenty-four events m» discussed at the Champion ship Cycling and Pedestrian. Carnival OD Saturday. ' The meeting wag prevented from being the success it promised to be by the.an nanal weather condltloOB.' B. Goudsan woo the Australasian Mile Championship in 2min. 4sec.; Longmnir captured the Three Miles Handicap from 45 yards...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

TiIe " X. m i It.-rii T.'.riN.iv Times" plaint? th«* lcli:tiMjii«iiiti''-^ / r.'sl.l.-iii ..r Palmci-sty", liv'»S In a li 'itac wli-jio exists .» al"i!»!l;»Uv \*f»r :l:L.v til, tick alleged I" 1<* ImHr.il i" only? had :i present <>f a toy e-v.v made to his youngster. A r.'w day? lat'-r 'i»'Lh we're erawlin:* :»ll over it, searching, II" .l.mht, For a s»rt #=|»-.t I Wli.ih.-r this ought to III- tnli-'n as Jill snivel I i-i'iiuriiL fur the artist who Fashioned the - thing, or us evidence of tin? in.-ee'-s in ability tn withstand the temptation to attack everything that l««iks lil£»* a hu! lock, inav I''* .left r..r I!(.' f'S'l'T l" dWef tinne- f . ' A iouial in connection wit it ' Chnrlevilln lV.-sliylerian Church takes place on Friday evening next, August 5. Music ftii'l refreshments provided, and lli.' goods left over , i'roin the recent sale of work will If t|l-po«cd of. v MR. I'V H. -Shepherd; ln?|»icliir of Stock* returned to Charleville :m Satur day last...

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

Q0EENS14MMAILWAYS. Brisbane .ExblbKlon, lASA. (^HEAP EXcrrnsroN TICK k its v^ni J l«» isetiod to Bri«I>at:roil Stl>, 6th, and 8th ATOUST, »I tlir iiiidennt-nti"tir<i Far«a, TIZ. : CHARLEVILLE TO BRISBANE- : SpFirst-CIasa Return £'J 0 0 \ Second Class Return ... JEl 0 WYANDRA TO BRISBANE Firot Class Return ... £2 2 it Second Class Return ... £16 0 And fmm all oilier Stalin-s went of Roma at cwreapendingly low rates. Tbtii Tickets are Available fm I lie sumo periods* ardxnary tickets, viz., Sis Calen dar Months. Farthar particukrti can be obtained from ?tation masters. j . . J. F."TIIAiLON,:i "I General Traffic Manager. Brisbane, 28th July, 1898. "Want r A Tka Beft Valoe are Obtainable from W. H. FaUnK&?o Kd. - Established 1853. - STEIN WAY, LIPP, BRIXSMfcAD, JffEUBICH, COLLARP, GORS & KALLMANN. CARL ECKE, UEBEL & LEICHLEITER. Dm Wonderful Medium Priced VICTOR aid the Marvellously Perfect low priced E. BELLING. Each of theeo Pianos is ot Specia...

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English and Foreign. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

En^Usli and foreign. London, Wednesday. At the instance of the Spanish Pre mier the French Ambassador at Wash ington has requested . a cessation, of hostilities between America, and'Spain, and the opening of peace negotiations. President' M'Kin ley in reply, said-he was personally favourable, and would consult bis Cabinets Reports have reached Madrid of an attack upon Manilla by 12,000 Ameri can troops and 20,000 insurgents, as sisted by Admiral Dewey's fieet, which bombarded the city. London, Thursday. Bismarck is seriously ill, but there is not any immediate danger* In consequence of the colliery strike in Wales the owners of the Castle- line of steamers are importing Virginian steam coal. Serious tribal fighting has occurred in the north-west frontier of India. The Government fear that the disorder will spread to Chittral. All efforts by the Austrian Govern ment to effect a compromise on the lan guage question haying proved abortive, the Reichsrath has been closed. The Dervishes ...

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The Charleville Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1898. A Plea for a Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

"GJjarlevUlt "Courier SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1898. A Plea for a ProfrreM Association. The question of the establishment of a Progress Association has been prettofreely discussed oi late, bnt geematoget beyond the '. discas ^iion ^ atage '; for whilst aDTare agreed as to its advantages and the benefits that wonld accrue to the town and district through its :' agencyj no one ~ seems particularly .nxiousto set the ball in motion. Charleville has for years sat and watched privileges andSijid vantages, ' which should have been hers, filched from her by her yonnger and more active neighbours. She has watched with jealous eyes trade which was hers by right diverted from its ' hathral cLannela, to feed arid-fill the coffera of her rivals; and she has watched them, wirhont. nny pro test beyond an occasional growl scarcely audible beyond her own "boundaries?? Son3e~of our business men have at times aroised them selves from their lethargy and tried to instil into their fellow townsmen the necessit...

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Charleville-Cunnamulla Extension [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

Cbarlevl He-Canna mulla. Extenrion I As an oatcome of tlie visit recently . paid to Cnnn&tnulla by the Chief En gineer (Sir. Stanley) and the Deputy Railway Commissioner (Mr. J. F. . ThallonJ, it is more than probable that i the lin« to Connamulla will be opened ; to traffic during the first week of Sep : tember. During the last fortnight the I time-table most suitable for the district has been under consideration, and it has j now been decided by the Commissioner t to start the Western mail train on Tues days and Fridays at about 1.40 p.m., instead of 4.50 as at present. This irill .naBTe'tlie passengers to join the sleep ing car'at Toowoomba at 7.30 o'clock, instcadjof baring to remain up till close .upon 11 o'clock at night as tinder the ;epristigg. arrangement. The stoppage 'for breakfast will lie at Mitchell, instead of at Boma, and that for lunch will be at CharlevOIe instead of Morven. The train will reach Cunnamnlla at snneet on the evenings of Wednesdays and Saturda...

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A Sermon for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 July 1898

A Sermon for inndfty? pjnlfifcsg idenKfof ?lhe?"Crfraia®iI "Comet" onr young men "have de aided to go" in for football, and every Sunday afternoon is set apart for the playing of the manly sport. A section of the community likve risen np in arms against' what they look npon as desecration of the Sabbaih. They threaten, if the police will not interfere, to march on the field and preaeh. against snch desecration i'. Jit is news to; ns fco learn that the opponents of Snnday football are contemplating such strong measures. Whilst we admit that some of them may be conscientiously opposed to the alleged desecration of the Sab bath we were ander; thf. impression that most of them'--were^ too' bnsy discussing the latest scandal over 5 o'clock tea, or picking holes in somebody's coat (figuratively, if not ?literally), with the aid of --their neighbour over the way, to pay any attentidntothe devices- by"which , onr vonng men may seek to vary the dnlf, leaden monotony of the Day of Rest. If th...

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Wendouree Wreck. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

W«adonee Wreclt. The scone of the wreck of the Wen douree is well known to the masters of steamers trading to Newcastle. It is, indeed, a dreaded spot. Upon receipt of the telegram fnim Newcastle an nouncing- the disaster, a "S.M. Herald" reporter made some inquiries in tha port as to tli« locality, and the whole of these may be summarised pretty well as follows : opinions, due to the fact that the Ca warra wieck had not been raised or blown np, and that, as a consequence, the sand had silted tonnd there. Tlio Colonist, after landing on top of the preceding ..wieck, broke in two, and thus added to | the forinidableness of the obstruction. Soon after a barque, the Dnrisdeer, struck pome part of the Colonist, or some of the groand about the wreckage, and, carrying away the hawser by which j she was b^insj towed, drifted to destruc tion on the beach, where her bones still lie. Then came a small vessel named the Active. She went to pieces on top of the Colonist. In all these later disas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

A SYDNEY GENTLEMAN TELLS OF IllS MIRACULOUS CURE.' FORCED TO LEAVE HIS WORK THROUGH THIS AWFUL MALADY. FINDS A SPEEDY CURE IK BILE BEANS. In.flaenza, a complaint now affecting a large portion of ihe population of Sidney, is one oF the most enervating and troublesome diseases known. A sufferer from this trouble, Mr. A. S. Selwyn, of No. 4, Emily-street, Marrick TllJe, has a Few words to say with re gard to his ense, and the positive care ? be found for it in Bile Beans. " For twenty years," Mr. Selwyn says. "I Buffered from a variety of ailment?, which thoroushly weakened my system, and, as may he easily imagined, h-ff me a fit subject for any epidemic that hap pened to he ahont. Not long since I . was attacked most severely with influenza Sneh a hold did it jrefc upon me that T was confined to the house for over a week. I went through all the stages of this-miserable complaint, being assailed continnally with a cold and headache . pains in various parts of my body, and a general dis...

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When the Dog's Chained up [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Wlien tb« !Oogr*» Chained up If you're on for deprecation, for exploring on the sly, Ami you've no desire for trouble in the coming by-and-bye (Though 'tis bnt a Chinese orchard that has caught your roving eye), Just go when the dog? chained up. Shonld you wish to meet your Ctssy when the stars are shining bright, And vonr vivid fancy pictures with each hug a fresh delight, Though the old man may be nowhere may not even be ill sight Be sure that thn dog*? chained up. For your Sunday pants may suffer and your temper he upset, Whilst yoar mother's exhortations you'll invariably forget, And indulge yonrself in language you have never uttered yet, So In- sure that the dog's chained np If the pubs have closed their shutters and you've been upon the burst With the usual concomitant of a devil of a thirst, And you sneak around the back way vowing hard to do your worst Be sure that, the dog's chained up. For Benzies may be listening, and 'tis best, upon my word, To get into a corner where y...

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