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English and Foreign. London, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

and Foreign. London, August 4. 1 The American cruiser Colombia, which went ashore at Puerto Rico, has I'pch refloated. i Large numbers of deserters from the Spanish army at Puerto Rico are joining the Americans. The Emperor William has expressed disappointment al the family of the late Prince Bismarck having declined a State funeral. Tn America there is an impression th:it Spain has not unreservedly accepted the terms of pence offered, but M'Kinley is disposed to lie patient-unless Spain tries,to shills-slially, in which event he will cancel the offer of peace. General Garcia, one of the Cuban relit-l leader^, reports the capture of Mayori with.500 Spanish troops. Sir Claud \T Donald, British Ambas sador at Petin, forcibly informed Tsungityamen that Britain will not tole rate the interference of any Power with British contracts for railways or loans in China. On hearing the declaration of the British Minister the Rnssian Am bassador reiterated his protest against the contracts spoke...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

The "World at Large The Gibraltar Gold Mining Compaay at Adelong, Ifew South Wales, which is owned by British shareholders, have reduced the rate of wages. The miners hiiv suspended work. Five hundred itK-ti are affected. A serious explosion occurred at Bray wood, near Melbourne, in an explosive factory, and one workman was killed, be sides several buildings wrecked. The Governnient of New Zealand has .introduced a bill providing for the branding of all meat designed for export. farther developments have taken j>!ace in New Sonth Wales in the poli tical situation. There is a rumour ear rent that Mr. Reid may accept the posi tion of Agent-General. Sir Joseph Abbott, whose health ia completely restored after his trip to Cairns, will probably take the Speaker ship in the new Parliament. Mr. Reid, speaking at the Commer cial Travellers' Association dinner, said lie hoped botli parties recently elected would do their test to posh on the noble cause of federation. The Spanish Governmen...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Sporting Scraps. A series of three football matches has been arranged between teams represent iiijjr tlje Town ami Cobb and Co. Play is to start at 3.30 on Sunday evenings, the team not on tin- convincing ground by (lint time to forfeit the match. It has also been iixed that a win shall count 2 points and a draw 1 point cach. Members of the winning team are to be presented with silver medals. The following players represent the Town :-Fall back : T Lynch ; three quarters : G Frazer, C Murphy, C Wallace, ami W Lynch ; half bocks : E Stephenson, D Knright ; forwards : Geo Thomson, A Onvill, C Nelson, Lax, Wright, Greddan, D. Lynch, nnd Davidson ; emergency : Colley. Those chosen to do battle on behalf of Cobb and Co. are :-Fall back : W Bray; three-quarters : G Hooper, L Richardson, J 0*SnII:van ; five-eighths: F Hooper; scrum half: H Warren ; wing forwards: H Smith, W Davis; forwards : W Richardson, T Hnrtnett, W Ahem, J Harris, P Walter, N Car lisle, D Richardson ; emergencies: J O'...

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The Gilligan Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

The Gilligran Case. At the local police court on WY-dnfs ilay, liefinv tli«» Police Magistrate, James i Gilligan was dinn^'l with a breach of section 19 of the " Gambling Sqppres aion Act oE 1895." Sir. Lockt'M a|*|ic:ir> tl f..r tIn- ilflVi.-l ant, ant] plt-adi-d n»t ^riliy. Acting-sorjjc.HiL ltd z:es : On the 14tli Jum> la-t T saw a ciiril or placard exhibited in the window of Fidler's shop in Wills-street Ii was in the window f.icin^ Wills street. Tit-,' card was in the shape <>r an open hook On one side were the words 'Caulfield Cup,* with the names of 156 racehorses underneath it. Mr. L'lekHt (sotto voce):How does he know they were racehorses? Witness, omtinuiug : Underneath that were the words 'Double .£20 to 2s.* On the other side was the name 'Mel bourne Cup:* underneath, the names of l-l:> racvli.ir-es : and underneath that afpiiu, theV<nds 'Doable £20 to 2s.' (Card produced.) Defendant's name war on the card on the other side. I saw the ca...

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Wyandra Whispers. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Wyaodra Whispers. [PROJI One CORRESPONDENT/] Aiign«t 2nd. Since my Inst iT.-comj osilmn lias set j in, »s « It»t lure already I.-f*. :>:id others ; »r» leaving. j Since the Commissioner paid us a { visit news han reached us trucking' this years'clip :it Coongoola, ainl that i station buildings will sliort!v l«> erected ' at the City of Cypress I'inc. I Local publican* arc dreading the future, ami are casting their eyes else- | where. Their lot is to be a shifting one. 1 l'\mr teams with w.iil hare arrived during the past 10 Jays, and a lot of leaded teams left with shearing supplies. Railway work is making great pro- | gross. By next Wednesday the rails will be laid into Cunnamullu, and as the ballast is only a few miles behind the end of August ought to see the conti ac tor? work finished. Tlie only danger is the Warrego coming down a banker and stopping ballast getting. I»y 'hat time we will have only one store left (is, as llie two others are making prepara tions Tor their ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Great Decrease in the Consumption Death Rate. STRIKING FIGURES AT THE QUEEN VICTORIA HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Great Deerease in the Con sumption Death Bate. STRIKING FIGURES AT THE QUEEN VICTORIA HOME. Tbe Hon. Dr. MacLanrin, in seconding the adoption of the report and balance sheet at the annual meeting of tlio commit tee of tlie Queen Victoria Homes for Con sumptives Fund (says the "Evening News" of Jane 28th), gave some interesting statistics with regard to the number of deaths in this colony from that dread disease, consumption. He said that up to ten years ago-the number of deaths in N.S.W- from consumption l ad been in creasing considerably. In 1885 tb«re were 1905 deaths dne to tbia cause. For the .years before 1885 consumption had been I'increasing mnch more rapidly than tho opulation, while now, although the popn ;tioa has increased 50 per cent, the nan cr of deaths was very ranch less. In 385 there were 271 deaths of yonng lildren from consumption. The decrease in deaths from this disor ;r has attracted attention at Lome also, he "Weekly Dispatch," of London, writ g on tbe same ma...

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

Cbarlevlllc Hnxpllal. The monthly meeting of the JharleviHe Hospital committee was held on Thursda ertning, the members present bein Messrs Lockett (chair), Goertz, Barber Lucas, Fitzwalter, and B riant. Apologies were received from M^ssr* Slraclian and McKenzie. Com spondence was read from the Horn Secretary's department intimating tha Mr. Meat An would visit Charleville shortly and confer with the Committee reapectin aboriginal patients. From the Olwrlevill Municipal Council stating that the Coin mittee's application for a redaction of tli Hospital water rate could not be entar tained, and that the proper time to applj for a reduction was fioni the 1st to 14t Jnnnary. The Chairman Baid that it seemed Strang to him that whilst a walthy firm life Cobb and Co. were granted a reduction,: charitable institution like the Hospital wat refused. He hoped the ratepayers woulc remember it. Mr. Barber sai I he would see that thei dirt. Mr. Fitzwalter said that the Hnspita application was rece...

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

Hbearers Wanted. \Jkf ANTED. Several Very Gnnd MA W CHINE SHEAUEKS. Applv Secretary, Warrego Pastorialists* Associa tion, Charteville, So Yoa £Ult A Tl><> Best Value are Obtainable from W. KI. Pallnff&Ctt K>d. -- Established 1853. - 8TEINWAY, LIPP, BRINSMIiAD, FEURICH, COLLAUB, GORS & KALLMANN. CARL ECKE, UEBEL & LEICHLEITEU. The' Wonderfnl Medium Priced VICTOR and:the Marvellously- Perfect low priced . E. BELLING. Each of theeo Pianos is ot Special Con struction for Extreme and Trying cli'tmten Require only the Minimum Timing and Attention. It is in Consequence of the Exceptional Satisfaction given . -by the Pfanas they sell that PALINQ & CO'S Business has grown to its present Immense Proportions. V* Better Vst9u<* Obtainuble Supplied to any part of tho Colony on ' Easy Terms. <2s Co. « are also Agents for Tho'-glorioas ESTEY American Organs far CJinrcb, Lottes, Half, Sunday School, and Parlor. Tb« famous Ban...

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Intercolonial. Melbourne, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

tercolonial. Melbourne, August 4. I A dariag bank robbery lias occurred at Pcnahiirat in the western district of r'Victoria, A man covered the manager of tlie bank with a revolver, bound and gagged him, and wade off with about £600. The telegraph wires had been ?cut prior to the robbery, and the police [could not be snmmoned by wire. | A Bill for the extension of the mallee 1 country railway in Victoria has passed I all stages in tho "Victorian Parliament. The line is estimated to cost £50,000. Another mailee line to cost £57,000 is projected.

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Here and Elsewhere Thjc bi-monthly electoral registration court was held on Taesday before the Police Magistrate and Mr. J. Partridge, J.P. Thirty-five names registered at the Jnne conrt were revised and allowed and thirty-eight new claims were regis tered. One claim YTRS disallowed. GEEAT preparations are being made at Ctmnamnlla for the opening of the railway, and races, a ball, and a pigeon shooting match will tie held. Mr. Wil liam Stevens, of the Commercial Hotel has given a prize of £25 for the pigeon _ shooting match. I " Nkws was received in town on Thurs day (nays the Cunnamulla " Comet"), fthat after reaching a depth of abont 1740 feet a fine volume of artesian water was struck in the Bnrrenbilla bore, which is situated on the property of Cobb and Co. The flow is estimated at 2,000,000 gallons daily. It is proposed to continue the sinking in order to in crease the flow if possible. - Tn social in connection with the Presbyterian Church originally fixed for this ^Friday) ev...

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'MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Latest toy. Wire. lleWS Brisbaul', August 5. The Stock Board meet on Monday to® consider the new tick quar:mi»w lines® submitted by the Minister £>r Agricul- ' tnre, the proposal being tie abolition of the present nortioni quarantine iipe and the establishnQeSt of a lino running From the western Uiundn.-y of/Uw colony to (he north of Bilynnil> liistrictv? The line will l>e cnrried.tlomi tframairi"range to prevent suspected ct(lie-crossing- into the Darling- Downs. Ill the .'Vyjerabf v jpltevj'ebnle on the Address-in-Beply .vas ; resumed ami furt lior adjourned. Forecast : ? Cnpfieon^vrains, with a tendenfef to tfrnnierstornii. ~ At tjie'R'^j^BSQciation competitions yesterday *ej»jueen'a prize and cham pion prizr^Sp1 both won by Corporal Bra(lfe>y.jf Jferisbane.

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Concerning the Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Concerning- tlie XpMeale. When ynu catch the influenza yon most dodder into bed, And wonder what's the matter, with a ' hot and aching head : Nor heed snch airy trifles aa the shivers or a congh Bnt cuss the man who tella yon, " yon mast try and shake it off." Toar sense of smell will vanish, your ability to taste Will vainly try to battle with a horrid yellow past* That sticks upon the tongue and makes the flavour of yonr drink Like a pint of bitter aloes in a qaart of marking ink. Then yon get the collywobbles in m casual kind of way It mostly conies upon yon at the dawn ing of the day ; ' Ton spurn the choiceet vjttle®, and at broth yon cannot look, And yon really long for nothing bnt to spiflicate the cook. It's fan, the influenza-such a couiical I disease, I There's a world of quiet hnmonr in its I incidental sneeze; It hasn't mnch beginning, and it seldom | seems to end, And it never kills a patient tQl he's | fairly on the mend. That nice old man, the doctor, too, i.&...

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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

ProyresK Association. : A preliminary mooting in connection with the proposed formation of a Pro ; gress Association was held in llie Conn ' cil Chambers on Tuesday evening. There ' was only a moderate attendance, and tht chair was taken liy the Mayor (Mr. ; Jolin Armstrong). ] The Cliniriiiitii explained the objects . of the meeting, and considered that a Program Association would do deal J of good for Charleville. M uch smaller j towns had their Associations which worked hard" for their interests. There was a lot outside the ?cope of the Local Authorities which conld be done, and it was for thcin to decide whether they should form an Association and on what basis. He was sorry to see such-a-ainall attendance of the business people. He had received apologies from 'Messrs H. J. Carter and C. Arnold who were un fi rtnnately absent through illness, hut there were other people he expected to see there. If they did not try to benefit the town it would go down. After some discussion Mr. ...

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

OUIc "f >t Q P> n.-\>: Air:IV D, p.. r ?n>nining porti-n of our W iiHir Siifk lnii': .. otaire-'at-priccs that wi!t~ astonish. "*RFT NOW. while ' yon can, as we cannot extend tin- lime. j LAST THREE DAYS LAST THREE DAYS I.AST THREE DAYS .f our Grrut Sale unwillingly annonncad. Tha Extraordinary Success attaiced" fa solely on account of the BARGAINS offered. ON THURSDAY We shall be ready to show our SPRING GOODS, and will commence the New Season with an EXI1IBITION SHOW. EXHIBITION SHOW, EXHIBITION SHOW, Embracing assortments BO comprehensive, unique, and superior, that it is but simple . justice to say they are incomparable. Those of our Country Friends who are in town during Show Week will lie able to 8ee for themselves. Others will receive satisfactory attention through onr Mail Order Department. Chapman 8c Co. CBS QUEENSLAND DRAPERY WARE HOUSE, BRISBANE. Hullo! What's this 9 Is now the Landlord of the Newly Erected (at the Ward Crossing an the Yarronvale Road), where ...

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

BIli PLUS at H. ff. BBIANT'S. COSSETS, 2b- ( UNBLKACHED CALICO, 2d. to 6d. LARGE TURKISH TOWELS, lsi each. ART MUSLINS, from 3s. 9d. per.doz. GOOD \VA SUING GALATEA STRIPE, 6Jd pet yard. STRIPED FLANNELETTES, from 2a. 6d. per dor. ' UNBLEACHED SHEETING, at 8d. per yard. . : BLANKETS AND RUGS,: All Reduced to"Clear. ' ?:BEDDING AND -WIRE MATTRESSES ALWAYS ON HAND. . RIFtES AND AMMUNITION at BrisbaneIPricea. : . DR. WMW, "'floiiiibrbf Oalatea and Wills! Streets. "&KS» o£ C&:»ulta1fion-9 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2'ftm.ta5pim.~; 7p.m to 9 p.m. ?aecmati&n ^erfornied eVory FRIPAY iit . p.m. IIOLICITOR, CHARLEVILLE. T.«t» Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bunion's, Brisbane.. 1. J. CARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION AND 8ENERAL AGENTS, Reliable Information on all matters itiatidg to Routes, Tariffs, Ac. Large Accommodation Paddock close to fcilway. ?tack Received and Ticked. m ««02IEB, ALFItED-ST., CHARLEVILLE, aBOCEK Pihfctf tace jT^HKAPEST House i...

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Police Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Police Pars. Quite a batch of minor offenders ap peared before the local Bench on Satur day morning, the circumstance drawing from the Police Magistrate the remark ?hat Charleville was evidently becoming prosperous again. The chaiges in cluded drunkenness, disorderly conduct, ami language, and fine# r-f 5s. were itn posed in each case. Thomas Bull Enton also made his appearance, charged with obscene lan guage at Wyandra. This was by no means Eaton's maiden appearance,'the records showing eighteen ;previous con victions against him. He wa6 fined 40s. or one month in Roma gaol. Two cases of obscene language were dealt with on Monday and the delin quents, William Hayes and James O'Mara, fined 20s. each. A drank named McKenzie was ordered t; con tribute 5s. towards the revenue. Two cases of obscene language from Wyandra occupied considerable time on Monday. The accused,Corneliuis McCar thy a d Charles Norbert Herslet, were defendedby Mr. Lockett, and after hearing evidence the Bench inf...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 6 August 1898

Our {Local Parliament. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Conneil was held on \Vwines day evening, the aldermen present being Messrs. Armstrong (mayor), Brennen, Smith, Fitzwalter, and Gihhs. Correspondence was read froui W. Matliias, directing attention to the de plorable conditiou of the Footpath leading to his re-idence in Watson strwi, atul asking the favourable con-id ration <>r the Council. From N. Carlisle, secretary <>r the Handball Club submitting plans mid specifications of the proposed court, and asking the Council to assist in defraying the cost. From 2f. J. W. Nielsen, stating that he had not employed Roche to repair the leakage in the service pipe. From Cobb and Co., stating that they were making a footpath in front of their factory, and asking the Conneil to make one on the western side of the bnilding. From Overell and Co , asking for in formation re expense of boundary fence. From W. W- Hood, agreeing to act in conjunction wit...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

The "World at Large T'n> death iti Loidon of Alt". A. 0. Fra?.-;-, of Mauu«a station, Queensland, is " I 51r. \V. M'OiSW. representative of \Y< !.. >..?. m;h1 C.'.>. «t P.mi I .berg, .<-i S:>m i| iv From tin* cffeeis «»f :m sivideiil -n-i:iiinii tin* previous Sm'dav. Tlt«" st«:nii"!s ITrmston Grange ami Banffshire nr.- now loading n-arly 4000 tons of fr«>z"ii meat, tallow, ami hides at Townsvilli'. I Influenza is very prevalent at Bovren ; manv serinti« cases are reported. I Miss Eili« l Peillev, one of the leading musicians in Sydney, died on Saturday. The police made a raid on a betting hon=e in Sydney, and arrested eleven persons. . A conference mi tlie question of an advance in the hewing rate^ a.»d the price of coal was ln?ld at W ollongong between the miners and mineowners. A young innnn, William Samuel, committed suicide l»y shooting himself with a revolver at the Spencer street Railway Station, Melbourne. I The manager of the Mount Lyell ...

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Jest Restin. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

.Feat jRestin. I come in the night, ?' » Been a potterin' round outdoors, - - Milkin' cows an* feecfiri* hogs, " - Doin* lots jf sech like chores ; ' ' Ez I walked along the path, Past the kitchen winder there, I looked in and saw my wife Settin' in her easy chair, Jest restin' -- Supper dishes all was did, Table shoved up to the wall, - Lamp was lit an" shed a glow Over her an* chair an" all. ' Something kinder stayed my ntopz. Something mode my heart. queer. And I thought ez how she'd set In that chair for many a »ear, Jest restin'. Sech a beautiful old face, Stuilin' its peaceful calm . Lips that only part to give Words of helpin* he.ilin' 'jalni . IL.n'ls lay folded on her lap, ... Like sho'd done with earthly care ; Mi. di'd me of some dutr saint, Sittin' in her easy chair, Jest . t'Htin* An' I thought as then- I stood, Ef one of us was took away, IM ruther it *ud he her first, 1-Yr 1 could bear a leetle stay Alone, when ttiy Fattier said, Ex limv [ was to come up the.e, I'd ti...

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Queensland News. Brisbane, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

-. lews BrNlcmo, Angost 12. Mr. lSyriii's lias notified tin1 Premiers of tiic other colonies that Queensland will lie prepared to contribute her share nf four ninths of the cost of construct ion of the proposed Pacificrabbif neceseary. Mr. I5y rnes has addressed :i com nninicaUon to the (jrnvernor petting forth objections to theJTew Guinea Ordinance and amendments thereto. Ho has re ceived a communication from Mr. Chamberlain on the subject, to which ho replied on behalf of :|u> contributing colonies. In the Supreme Court yesterday a man mimed It-'cd obtained a vcrdict of £400 :>j!;iiiis< the South Brisbane Municipality for damages .sustained thi-ou-h his horse shying at the de fendant's steam roller. In the Assembly yesterday the debate on the Address-ill-Ueply v.as resumed and further adjourned.

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