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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Week's Epitome. The Premier has suggested to the Prime Ministers of New Sonth Wales and "Vic toria that the best meaus of dealing with the matter of tha New Gnine* concession will be by conference of the Premiers of the contributing colonies. Mr. John Scott, formerly an M-Ii and once well known in pastoral pursuits, died at his residence at Miltoa on Satur day. A littlo boy named Thomas William Large was run over by a butcher's cart at Hill Snd on Saturday, and billed. The Wcdunga, whioh was towed into port on Saturday last, Bhe having stripped hor propeller, again left for the South an Sunday evening. Mr. F A. White, the overland cyclist, urrived in Brisbane on Friday. July 1, en muti- froua Perth to Rockhaisiptun a*«l hack. H« hna covered 3,7-47J miles of whr.t will he nn 8000 miles trip, audha leftauain &lt;«n Monday morning List. White left Perth on tho 9th- of May lost, and forty-sis days of the intervening time trere spent in the saddle. In connection wsth the intercol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
To M. Udvin, of Augathella, in the colony of Queensland, Hawker. fTTAKE NOTICE that on Insolvency Peli .L tion baa been presented against: you to this Court: bv THOMAS BROWN. JOHN HUNTER BROWN, and THOMAS HER BERT BROWN, of Brisbane, In tho colony of Queensland, tterclianiB, lately carrying on business in co-partnership at Brisbane afore said oa Merchant* nnder the name, style, or firm of D. L BROWN & CO., and the Court haa orderei that the publication of a notice of tho Petition in tho Oasrtte Bliall be deemed to be service of the Petition upon you on the tenth day after such publication, and FUR THER TAKE NOTIJJE that yon are re quired to .appear to tbe staid Petition within "iitoca days of saoh service, and if y>u do not appear tho Court stay adjudgo jou insolvent ia your absence. THE Petition can bo inspected by yon on application at this Court. DATIiD his first day of July one thousand eight hundred and ninety eight. W. A. DOUGLAS, Acting Registrar. Commissioner for ...
Legal. Charleville Police Court WEDNESDAY, 6th July, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Legal, Charleville aolice Court Wedsksda.Y. 6th July. 1898. Before J. yiriia-Villtuiis, Gdq>, P.M. W4QKB?-Jaigag Anderson *. William Omnia. Mr. J. F- F- Iwcieit for plain tiff. - .. Verdict for complainant for £13 16s and 3j. 6d. coats of Court, with £1 Is. professional coats; in d«&alt, levy and distress; in default of sufficient distress, one month's imprisonment in Room gaol. Wages--Michael Dillon v. William Cromn. Mr. J. F. F- Loclcett for p'ain tiff. Verdict for plaintiff for 35, with 3s. &lt;Jd. co*t* of Coaifc and £1 J.8- professional costs; in default, levy and distress; in default of sufficient distress, one month's imprisonment in R»ma ga]I. Sentences to be casnulatiTe THURSDAY, 7th July, 1898 Bofore f. Vivign,Williams. Esq., ?.M. Dbcke&nmees.-One offender pleaded guilty, and was discharged with a caution. Fkidat, 8th July, 1898 Before 5. J. Carter and SI. Alexander. Esq*,, JfJ.F. Ojbscbsb IiANGUAOB. -For this olfence A. Mnrphy was fined 20s., or...
The Mitchell Rabbit Boar [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
The Mitchell Rabbit Boir *] Thb annual meeting of the above Board was held at their offices on) Wednesday, the 6th July. There were present-Meters. W. W. Hood, A. H. Peeler, T. A. Brodie, I. E Payton, and T. A. Hamilton. Xhe Clerk bus voted to the chair. Apolojrira wero received from Mean. Calder, Millar, and Murray for non-attend ance. Xhe Chairman announced that Messrs. I. E. Peyton, T. A. Millar, and A. H- Pegler had been elected members of the Board. Xhe minutes of the previous meeting wore taken as read. Mean. Young and Clar&e's report, »b an auditing committee, was read and confirmed. CnAmtAN*s Annual BEPOBT. Charloville, 6th July, 1898. To the members of the Mitchell Babbit Board. Dear Sirs, Xhe Grot meeting at the Board afterthe elections in 1897 was held on the 28th May, since when there have been five (5) meetings held, and three (3) which were postponed for want of a quorum. The following were the attendances of members during the past year: Name of member Meeting...
Murweh Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Murweh Divisional Board A special meeting of the ihovo Board was held at their offices on Wednesday, the 6th in St. There were present:-\Te*srs. S. W. Peyton (chairman), D. Lore, 6. W- Pitt, J. E. Raleigh, X. A. Brodie, A. J. Mackenzie, L £.. Peyton, and J. Partridge. After the nanntea of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, the following reso lutions were carried:-The Chairman s mo tion, seconded by Mr. Brodie, that the rate for No- I sub-division be 2d in the £; Mr. Partridge's motion, ecconded by Mr. Love, i that the rate for No. 2 subdivision bs Id. in | the £ ; Mr. Mackenzie's motion, seconded by Mr Pitt, that the late for Ho. 3 sub-division be J in tho £. Mr. Loro moved, Mr. Partridge seconded, and it was carried: "That a rate of J in the £ be struck on sab-division No. 2 as a special hore rale (Morven bore). The adjourned ordinary meeting was th°n proceeded with, the samo members being present. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Class's Bseo...
Quarterly Licensing Court. WEDNESDAY, 6th July, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Quarterly licensing Gqurt. WzDtffaiUXi 6'h Jul/. 1898, Bef'iP' J. Vivian-Willlamd, Esq., P.M., and N. J. W. Neilsun, W. Biilmgt»n, and M. AlaziUiiler, Eaq>., JJ-P The liconao f&lt;ir ijja Gowria Hotel »as tr^'naferr«d frorn T. F- Cell/ (9 E. B. Qassall. The license of tha Wallal Holed >n transferred from George Allen to bis wife, Isabella Allen. A billiard license wa| gyan^ad ta GaQr%0 Howletb to anil of ne»t Japjs fop bia premises in Wills-street, Cbarlen)le, I
Horse-treeding. Cress-breeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Horse-treediiig. $ros*-breedlB£f> (By "ABAB," in the Qaeendani Agricul . tnralJournal.) The snperiority of the Engllali thorough b»d over the bones of every country, not m Arabia, cannot bo ques tioned. He is troe Arab, and generous Jreatnwnt >?«» made him as snpsrior to the psient-riock of Arabia as we may aopposa Solomon's stocls to have b&sc to the parent Egyptian atoclt. . Arabia never formed nor iopsovsd the .type of boxsa for which j It Sas becorns famous; Dai ita eonsarva- j tiva^'icmprcgrs^siTO customs, which ara j .."Sties'just what ihsy wars in the daya of ! baa air^od as a conservatory j Sot iberiypa which the Egyptians evolved j -*£$Solomon perfected and Ssad. When j Itefaml and Sgypt were conquered and laid , desoIatSs by the conquering armie3 0t other | powfiWr-'whicb, judginz from mere recent j higioiy oi naticE3, is adverse and rainoua j "to 'ifiifiroTOasQ'at in horse-breeding, the j eonqassors - invariably _sair.-g. the hast \ stamps, S3 wea the case i...
Latest Cablegrams. Collision at Havre. Terrible Loss of Life. Losdon, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Latest Cablegrams. Collision at Hawe. Terrible Loss of Life. Losnon, Thursday. "iTaa Fr^ni-k La Bomr^oyna, tra vailing to fTavv 2.ojk da'i'iga dens* fr>g at Havra, coIHdad with* tha ship Cs'Qmai^rjnira. A great hoi® was mads in 4ha French 3bip nsai* tha angina, causing bar to aink in a faw aina iea. Tha Ootaartyrahire rescued 2G0 persona with boats and rafta. Tha Stasia towad the Crumartyrahire io Ha!i?az. Tha La Sourjjoyne'a crow behaved in a diagracsf al manner, driving' tha saasiangars away from tha beats with oara and boat-hooks, an&lt;? aatting ropea whera cornea wera clinging and throw ing: them oct of tha boats. There .srera 726 passengers aboard, and crew of 21. 160 p3aaei2gera ware saved, including only one woman.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
Notice; TP "m/TADBICK begs to an 9 3? . JXH. noance that he is pre jar&lt;d to supply S WTT TIMBER in any quantities not 1 es than 2000ft. »t the fol'ow ac P . - &lt; ?yPKKSS PISE. 11/6 par on trnc'B at ADgellalla Bail way Station, or :0/ at Mill WHBDWOOD. If/- per lOOit.; onjJtruckB^ or 15/- at mill. Address: T. F. MAUBXCE, Saw Mills. Angellala Hallway Station. The Wife's Welfare. freatiss posted free. It will teach yea more than all the years' you're lived. Every woman should nod it. Writ# ProfenorHermann, French Speciality aCoaiaa-glace, Helbooroe. YOUNG SV3EM, Write to trie for valuable free Book ccitcemlnjc jenr selves. Professor Hermann, Spccialiet, 4 ColLna pLice, Melbourne. The day was young and not far a pent, As through the busy oireefo thera went A yonth (as yet En'snoTO to fame), f9 . Bearing aloft tha well-known name- , "OB. WAUGH'S." His eye waa bright, hia form npright; He held hia banner to tha light; Hia business there, to advertise The Powder famed ...
THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, JULY 9TH, 1898. TUESDAY NEXT! Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
THE CfjarltMle SATOSBAT, JCZ.IT 9TH, 1898. TUESDAY NEXT! Tie ratsrifsi iha hospital masting held ca Thursday afternoon, baa fesaa unavoidably said over uatii aaxt isroe 333 following sheds ara in full owing: 2£5!o, Smudiila, 3Qsdalsor, Tfania, Bamsby, Czziden, acd Weelamurr3, and everything acia^ olor-g satiRacicrily. A football match-Town 7. Harries-will oa played ontherccrsatioa re2o.-vooa Sunday orasins ffijsfc. Th" roHowiBaarothe zafpcitvl !n*n plajola:- ta. SmiHt, G 3aopsr. G. Srssrr, Murphy. D Surfeit. L. Richard son, J. TiTarran, Y7. Lynch, 5". Hooper, T. Hartnolt, 17 Barns, 3. Si^phanana, J. 3av elar, T. iynci, '2>. Lynch, acd 17. Bray. 21a. 2 &lt;J. 3-iqj, wall incwa in ihia dis trict oa tha lata ownar ox Scoihalla, pa3aed through Charlarilla ici3 ~rz?£ fa ciarzo of Toeal cattle. Hr. 33izh had iho diifortans fo meat with a oariatia mi3ii2p zsar Tainco It appears he m3 carr^izg cn ionsssei the h*oizn orlo of his apring; curt, ^csn h£j meant ressnted and throw h:m,...
OVERSEER'S REPORT. To the Chairman and Members of the Murweh Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
ZQZ ?? OvKKfcEER'S HhBOKT. To the Chairman and Members of the Har well Div-sianal Board. , GBSTLBKBIT, I havo tho honor to report as follows of the work finished, in progress, and , required in tho several sab-divisions. , Augaihella-Tambo Road.-Repairs to this ' road between the crossing of tha Nivo Biver , and Darby's Point have bean earned oui by John Ward at a cosi or £24/11/6. Tho re- ] pairs have been principally to trashed oat j gullies and gutters and the removal of silt. | The clearing requested bv Messrs. TyrvrMtt xne cieanug requested oy aicssra. lyrvraisz; \ and Cov;an on the v;ost sido oi tfco Nive 1 river, was authorised to bo do no at a, cost o£ £23. On the ground. I found that the dis- \ tancs to fca cleared .£ a chain in width, wis 3 miles SO chains. As I had a man on tha j ground I gave hira tho wori ai 2/3 per chain. | ihe cosi of tho clearing will therefore bo i £32/12/6, an ereasa oi £7/12/(5 on the amount j voted. I have hasrd from "Ward that tho clearing is fi...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 9 July 1898
HimicipsI Council i " Tun cr-iinary moating o? tha Chsrlnmllo Municipal Council Sooi jslaca at tkojl Council Chambtra on Wednesday erasing. Present:. -The Slayor (Alderman Arastrong) and Aldermen Fils-Waltar, Billinstoa, Smith, and Brennen The minutiM of tho preceding general and opecial meetings «n read and con3raed. * Tao following correspcsdanea was mad 3ml received: From S2r. 5f. Carlia'o, Sou. S33. of tha Charlariilo Handball Club, for per mission to Prsct & handball court ca tha ciaca or land adjoining tha river tennia court. SVotn Mr. S. Wells, Claverton, reraiiiiasj 14a. lid. for rates. From Hr. E. Ha pie, Carriers* Arms EotsJ, Charloviila, drawins attention to t'ho neces sity o£ having a water trough in Sturt-straat, adjoining tho railway fens a. Tha busy £ al so a for carriers was now approaching, asd it would confo- a creat convcnienca ca them 2 tho trough vrero supplied, as at present thoy had to drive their stock beloiv tho iowcslua to water. From Mr. J. 77. vfa...
The Marker. (COMPLETE). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898
The Marker. (COMPLETE). JAM a Billiard-marker in tha Quad rant. IF a man can asy a bitterer thing than that of anothar, X shall be obligsd to bid if ba will mention it, as I ahall than Iia^a a higher opinion of my profession than before. Every bodv else seems to be taalsiut; «a|*!tal o£ their esparieneas, and vrliy should not I? I sea a great deal of what is called lifo, up m tlii3 aacond storey, - and why should I not describe it ? I am sura I hwa plenty of spare time. I have been bera long enough to become unconscious of tha roar of foot and wheel that rises from the atreot below; neither is_ there any thing in tha apartment itself to dia-1 tract my attention mach; no liters- ] Sars, aava an illustrated edition of Allaop'a adveri332mant3 bung all round tag walla, and a statement-which I jknow to be a lie-in seven colours, about the a eat cigars in London ; no pictures, besides 3 representation of Sir. SlsntSeid, which 1 hops for taat gentleman's naSjQ is not a correct one. He 1m o...
Our Brisbane Letter. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESTONDENT.] BRISBANE, 12th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898
Our Brisbane Letter. [FBOH OUR OWN CORBESTONBENT.] BBISBAITE, 12th July. The terror of labour is on the war path already; but when is it off that path ? On Saturday night the first human boa constrictor who haa suc ceeded in swallowing the caw Lascar platform - there will be whole .' schools" of such swallowera pre sently, never fear, the bait is tempting enough for that-took the road for Snlimba under the guidanca of Mr. Thomaa Glassay. In other words, Mr. MidgJey, labour candidate for Bnlimba at the nest general election, opened his campaign on Saturday night at the Oddfellows' Hall,Stone's Corner, and was assisted by the in evitable Mr. Glaasey, who never fails to turn up whero there i3 a prospect of the luxury of listening to hi3 own voice. I don't know Mr. Dickson's view an?nt the electorate yet. Last night " Dismal Thomaa " had another and more publie chance of airing hia conceit and perasimlsm, and he did not fail to make the most of it. That quietest of the labour crew, Mr. ...
Agricultural and Pastoral Conference. Wheatgrowing in the Central District. PAPER READ BY MR. W. H. CAMPBELL, BARUALDINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898
Agricultural and Pastoral Conference. Tffhoatgrowing in tHa Central District. Pirer. Riuo nv 31:;. W. u. C'jmi-csll, Bakualmne. Xhe traveller by train, for the first lime erossing our great Western plains, cannot fail to be impressed with liie vast potentialities of thfc favoured country. Standing on tho platform of tho railway car, ho sees before him an ocean of waving grass stretching out to the horizon with only hero ami thorean isolated tree or small clump of timber to break the undulating line where earth aud sky appear to meet. Where a landshp is visible in tho ban'iSof socio small watercourse, or where a Icnsthdnna uilh pick and shovel has been at '.tori excavating earth to build op the permanent; way, tho quality and depth of the soil are revealed, while the luxuriant growth of indigenous grasses on tho surface | proclaim" tho wonderful richu ess of our VYcs- ] tern UncU when stimulated by tho rain ncces- i to quicken tho dormant! vegetation into Tenewodcsistcnee. Here, tho ...