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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

So You "TSTant Ti e Best Value are Obtainable from W. H. Palin? & ?» L<9. - Established 1853. STEIN WAY, LIPP, BlMNSMhAI\ FEURICII, COLI.AUP, CJOUS & KALLMANN. CA1IL KCKK, UEBEL & I.EICIILEITEK. The Wonderful Medium Priced VICTOR and the Marvellcnslj- Perfect low' priced E. BELLING. Each of these Pianos is «-t Spec'al Con struction for Extreme and Trying climates Require only the Minimum Tuning ami Attention. It is in Consequence of the Exceptional Satisfaction given by the Pianos they sell that 'PALING & CD'S " Bnsinesghas grown' to its present Immense Proportions. Ho Better Value Obtainable Supplied to any part of the GVIonv 'on Easy Terms. Paling cSs C<d_ are also Agents for The glorious ESTEY American Organs for Church, Lodge, Halt. Sunday School, andRtriorv.. The famous Band Instruments bv BES SON and CO., and BOOSEY and CO. A Perfect Stock. Immense Stock of Accnrdrons, Concer tinas, Flutes, and Musical Instrument* of EVERY ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Here and Elsewhere Latest by Wire. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

Sere and Else-wliera Latest "by "Wire. IIm.I> Ovr.it-'A I'V.v Words on tlic (. :i>11 !>I>ii.ur Ac!,' and ' Plea ttir the School of Arts.' IT is so very seldom fciy- an ex change) I liiii tfn- newsp >;M>r proprietor t:cis miiv of. the frrsitf« n*I<* ' < which he is so deservedly entitled that ni apology is nee led for quoting tin* nice words oF ex-Governor Francis of Missouri, who says : " Each year the local paper gives frmt; £500 to £1000 ia tVe advertising space to the community in which it is Ideated. 2f<» other agency can or will do this. The editor in proportion to his means il > 's more for his own town than :;ny other ten men. He ought to he supported, not because you liko liitn personally, or admire his writing, lint because the local* paper is the I it's t. in vestment a local people can make. It tuny not be brilliantly edited or over crowded witn thoughts, Imt financially it is of more benefit to the community *h:iti th...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Charleville courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1898. The [?] Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

cSfaefiajfffSmitljr. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 189S. The ?}lllijsran Case. The case against James Gilligan, nnder the Suppression of Gambling Act, .which has attracted consider able attention dnring the past week came to a conclusion on Tues day morning when Gilligan was dnlyfined nnder the provisions of an Act whose pnrport apparently is to make men moral, and tnrn them from the wicked- path into "that haven where the collection plate never ceases from troubling, and the subscription list is seldom at rest. But as the case against Gilli gan is (we believe.) the: first of its ^ kind in the colony, it is worth more f than a enrsory glance; ' First of alt we will have a look at the information in the case. Ac cording to that the charge against Gilligan is that he "did unlawfully exhibit in the window of a shop oc cupied by one David "Bennett Fidler, in Wills-street, Charlevillg- a pla card for the purpose of exhibiting lists for betting on certain horse races.17 " Now.ji glance at the Act ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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English and Foreign. London, August 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

IBn^lislo and Foreign.'! London, Ausjnst 11 Professor Monunsen, A well-known Gorman .Jnrisl, anticipates a combina tion of Fiance, Germany, anil Russia against England. A severe tornado in 1 lie Rhine Valley eansed scrions damage at Cologne. The rebellion against the Sultan in Ynnien has assumed n serious aspect. Cuama, in Porto Rico, lias been cap tared l»y the United States troops. The Pope is in a scrions state of health. The Standard Dank of Australia has not been able to pay the deposits due and a liquidator has been appointed. Five negroes have been lynched at Clorendon, Arkansas, for murdering a storekeeper at the instigation of his wife who afterwards snicided. It is expected that the; protocol em bodying the terms of peace between Spain and America will be signed im mediately. The peace commission to arrange terms will meet in Paris. At Manilla the richest people are suffering from famine. Dogs, horses, rats, and tniee are being eaten. Dnring the bombardment of Manilla by t...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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That's the Time to Catch Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

fhiiiV tin* 'l'iaai> to C'atch S3 int. When tlie publican is merry, for the cash is rolling in, A it<l his heart is living lighter as lie lu: scoops tin; blessed tin, Ii you're fully bent on cadging, don't forget ti» strike him then That's tin; time to catch h:i»». If the evening's very :-ullrv a'id y.m'vc been upon the bi-er, Ami vim chance to meet a bo'ibv who "desire? to " pall yonr e:ir,:* Await yonr ehnnce til! like yourself he's feelingjjfcerv queer ^That's the time to catch him When n Minister has promised (p'raps to save Ills blooming screw), Half-a-dozen great improvements that you've always had in view, Ami he knows your humble influence commands a vote or I wo That's the titim to catch liiin. Whatever walk yon Follow, or whatever path you trend, Keep yonr eye upon the Fellow who may cliance to lie ahead ; Should lie come to ask a favour (yon may take tliis hint " as read ") That's the time to catch him.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Intercolonial. Sydney, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

SaBa^fnra&Stf&asasaE. Syil;irv. August 12. It is slated that I lie |>i><oi found on ! King. tIK: titan who tr.-is arrested for j mail !<>liln»iy :it (,':i|it:>ins Fiat was :i toy used I>y children in firing fl:it per cussioi. pellets. mill that the other man presented a stick to represent a son. The proposals made hv the Mayor of Sydney involve a saving of ten to twelve thousand pounds per annum. Perth, August 11. There was great excitement at Kau goivjia yesterday, nheii the place where a large nugget i>f gold was recently dis covered was divulged. Six thousand persons engage 1 in a wild rush tor the place.

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The Gillign Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

The Gillian Cawe. The case ngains': James Qilligan for a breach of (lie "Suppression of Gambl ing Act" adjourned from Hip :!rd iiist. was resaiiK d on 'Monday. Mr. Lockctt appeared Tor the defend ant, and the following additional evi dence was tendered : William Martin, constable, stated tliat on the l-kli of Jane last he saw the card (produced) in Fidler's window, in Wills-street : lie liad a conversation with defendant a day or so afterwards when defendant said he was sorry if Filler shonld get into trouble as he knew nothing abont the card, that Fidler liad nothing to do with it, and that it was ignorance on his (GilligauV) part lo place the "card there. Mr. Lockctt had no questions to ask and raised the objection that the in formation disclosed DO offence. The Police Magistrate said he would adjonrn his decision until 10 o'clock on Tuesday. On the Court opening on Tnesdav the P.M."said he had fnlly considered the matter and was satisfied that there was evidence to show that, the...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

CHAPMAN & COMPANY, HOLIDAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS. SPRING and SUMMER SHOW SPRING and SUMMER SHOW SPRING and SUMMER SIIOW NOW GOING ON. NOW GOING ON. THE THINGS YOU'LL NEED We ore ready for von with anch a display as befits the place and occasion. Moat people will want to save all they ran in their purchases, so an to linvn gnme thinjt extra in their mckets for hnlutav p pending. and we've arranged prices risrlit along that line so that you'll have a chancc to economise. NEW SPRING NOVELTIES. NEW SPRING NOVELTIES. NEW SPRING NOVELTIES. Swift steamers and cmIIIu have brought Paris to our doors, and you may share t ho chic styles of Europe's gayest capital, for the fashions of the Iionr aro here and rcadv fbr yonr choosing. Those of our Country Friends who are in town daring Show Week will be able ?ee for themselves. Others will receive satisfactory attention through onr Mail Order Department. Chapman & Co. KHZ QUEENSLAND DRAPERY WARE HOUSE, BRISBANE. Hullo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

at 1 W. BRUUT'S. ooBssrera^ UNBLKAGHED CALICO, 2d. tc 6d. LABSH TGRKISB TOWELS, 1B. each. A8T"3$USEINS', from 3s. 9d. per daz. GOOD WASHING.GALATEA STRIPE, 6jd per yard. STRIPED FLANNELETTES, from 2a. 6d per An. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, at 8<1. per yard. BLANKETS AND RUGSj AH Redcced to Clear. BEDDING; AND WIRE MATTRESSES ALWAYS: ON HAND RIFLES AND AMMUNITION at Brisbane Prices. s.o£r&aIafea and Willsl Streets. -Q XEQ. tO 10 a.m. . - 2-jssa»-ta 5 nia>; 7 p.ro to 9. p.ro. . TfJjiHBfii&pjaforoecv' asraiy .FBIDA"^ tS*'i ftTBU-" i(3:#.K. BTCLIX ; . . CHAFKLEV1LLE.J L*t^aSR{t»ara.-a5rf: 3Jobinsoa'3, and; of T.! Bnjatftrfs, Brisbana. >.' -.»? ;fij^ ; | " awLiA.'^wj/ ?.-'$ ! CSi3Ii3T?ILLE, mmmm,' mmmr WMMissiOB-mjosm mms, . RafSbl'e Information: on all . matter®-'* .dftHfagrtO Bastes^ Tariffs, Sc. L*rg*Accomn»odaticn Paddocs close to 1 BsSwajhr- - aad Thicied." iffli£sK; CSABLEYFpLE; " Gft®?i£B,. ;®-'M©2p©^22*$* mmm £iX£j£ii Oi»C5» rf^HE&PEST 3enre :a T...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

The football match . m tlnj Recreation Reserve on Sunday between tin! Toivn and Cobb an i f'-i. resulted in an e«sv victory lor the to-,v:i who <i<;!'eated their opponents l>v 18 points n» nil. I. t:<r was -Ilown on both aides, the "p.is<ing" on t lj(- ; :;rt of the Town players being especially go oil, ami right through :t genera! improvement was noticeable. Mr. Ifob-itson m:i in * is im-ti Ikis reputation ;n referee. Tile game, as n~n:il, was tn:nkt-1 by a feiv casnalities. When Lindsay Gordon wrote "No game ivas ever v(;t worth a rap. For a rational man to piny, Into which no accident, no mishap, Could jiossibly find its way." he wasn't thinking of Sunday football in Charleville exactly, and some of tlie local "kicks" would l>e very much in clined to dispute the point with liim if they conld only meet him in the flesh. At least wc known sonic players ifho have agreed that Rugby (or should it ! be Roughy ?) football is, to borrow a...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

A Constant Sufferer MRS. THOMAS BISHOP TELLS OF HER ILLNESS.-SERIOUS ' COSSEQCENCKS \VKUE FRAMED. MANY 1'OCTORS FAIL. BPT BILE BEANS EFFECT A S'.'KEDY ANDTUOROCGlf CURE. "Ifany one thought has been ia my mind more than any other for the past few. months, it haa'been one of gratitude to the makers of Bile Beans, and I am on'y too delighted to have an' opportunity of pnb lldy PtatinK' tliffli" Thus replied Mrs. Thomas Bishop, of James street, Hamil: ton, when a reporter waited upon her the Other clay.' "Though not at death's door I exactly, i have been so bad that nothing I could do or get seemed to give me relief. It was miaery to me to walk about. Night after night I passed almost without ; any a eep, to rise in the morning utterly' unrefresbed. Terrible pair.s assailed me ! Inthebackand between the shoal>len>, car singnie intense suffering. I think it 1 wiwsmy; liver that caused this. As time webt Mr tlie wtary and languid feeling < grew; more acute, headaches were...

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An Assault Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

An Issuul: t'ane. At tin; Police Conrt on Thursday, before the Police! Magistrate, Ellon Bates sne.d Edmnnd A. Hnngerford for assanlt. 31 r. Locket t appeared for complain ant, anil Mr. Bull for defendant. Ellen Maria Bates, the complainant, stated tli.-.t she wont to Hungerford's place on Sunday, :>lnt July, accompanied by Madge Ilingston and Mrs. Goody : Hnngerford came out t:> meet, them ; as | witness was entering the gate she saw | defendant speak to Madge Hingston ; | said to him, "How dare von speak to I tlint girl"; defendant rushed past lier i saying "What's the meaning of this ?" | anil went into ihe hou-e ; witness called j out '"Mrs. Hiingeiford f ivant (o speak I to you" ; defendant came out of the : honse, caught witness I>y the shoulders, ! and shoo!; her saving "Clear off my pre mises" ; defendant threw her down and [ dragged her towards the gate ; defeud | ant's wife and father appeared on the j seene, and asked him to desist ; gave . defendant no piovocati...

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Federation on Top. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

federation on Top. Federation is on top, whatever the opponents oF anion may say. Mr. Bar ton nmy not l>e netnally a member of the New S"Ulli Assembly ; but he certainly is running Mr. IieM into a tangle fittm which there will lie m> re fease except by it>:ili(i<iii or abdication. Mr. Barton is making I In- game, with every chance i>f winning it. There are critic?, of cours», who affirm that Mr. j Reid will score in spite of everything. Parliament is elected for three years and the idea is that he will so use the "three hundred * year" argument as to secure a working majority. Human nature is supposed to be so weak, and the Premier is declared to be so success ful a manipulator of human weaknesses. Ho doubt he will study every possible phase of the question. Not a loophole of escape wi'l be left untried. The sweets of salary-in-hand will be dangled about for all they are worth ; and pro mises will be strewn about like gravel on a newly made road-if they seem l...

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Western Malls. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

Wtoatera malls. With reference to the complaints made>ata meeting of the Chamber of Cuinuietce'on' Monday- last concerning the mail service to towns in the west, the Bftilway Commissioner (Mr. B. J. Gray) explained to a "Telegraph" re presentative on Wednesday his reasons for the action he had taken in the mailer. In the first place, he said, the oatery was somewhat premature, be cause- the. .proposed alteration in the time wonld'not-come into operation for some weeks yet-. The main reason why it had . been decided to change the tioae of the' train's departure was that the line oT railway between. Chnrleville and Cunnamutta was unfenced, and for that reason it was' not desirable that the train should travel over it daring the night. Under- present arrangements the mails from the west reached Bris bane at-12:80 p.m., and were delivered to-the public by 2.30 p.m. The mails for the west closed in Brisbane at 3.45 p.m., thus giving those who desired to reply to letters received honr ...

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Presbyterian Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

9*r<>»>l»,rtcr3;i» S«ct;il. Last Thursday evening the Presby . feriaii Church \v.i« tin* scene «»f :i very 1 pleasaiit Siieiai gathering. The Seating ? aceoiiimo'.jati>>fi was arranged s.i as 10 ! encourage and t»>>t prewni conversation j «»r :i comfortable :in<( sociable character, j On one side of tlie Chureh a stall xvas j set U]> whereon were displayed numerous artieles, which wen- keen interest to ilie ladies ; anil although the chairman (Rev Mr Gillespie) ex plained thai. no attempt had been made to create anything of a display, yet doubtless some good folk had been to eoiuc trouble to make the background of the stall altmctive-and certainly wo thought it so. Mr. Gillespie explained that these artictes were left, over from the -Kale of work held ireeutly. Lie opened the proceedings with n few pre fatory remarks, and took occasion to thank those wholiad helped to bring this, their latest ' Annual Special Effort," to the point of ac...

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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 13 August 1898

Progress Association. A general meeting of members of the newly-formed Progress Association was held in the Council Chambers on Fri day evening, when owing to the an avoidable absence of the Mayor, the chair was taken by Mr. J. F. Locfeett. The principal business discussed by the meeting was the election of a Com mittee. Eventually Mr. Partridge m<»ved, "That a Committee of twelve be" formed, five to form a quorum." This was seconded by Mr. Fi»/.walter and carried. On the proposal of Mr. Brennen, sec onded by Mr. Manning, it was decided that 110 member of the Divisional Board or Municipal Council act on the Com mittee. The following gentlemen were pro posed as members of Committee : Messrs IT. J. W. Ni. lsen, H. O. Nejl sen, Ii. B. Lucas, J. F. Locfci-tf, J. G. Green, G. Barber, II. XV. Briant, A. Strnchan, A. Aeschimann, O. D. Francis, VV. Gibbs, M. Ivory, M. Hooper, anil F. Adrain. The ballot resulted in the retnrn of the following gentlemen :-N. J. W. Nielsen, H. O. Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 August 1898

WHSTE, LIMITED, SPIRIT, & MERCHANTS j STATION & i THAR60MINDAH. Have on Band a Lar|e Stock of Wines, Spirits, Beers, and a i .. General Goods. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED FOR LiRfiE ORDERS ARRIVE EYEEY FORTNIGHT. P. J. LEAHY & CO, Ltd THARGOMINDAH

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Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 August 1898

Tenuis Vouruanaeat The I/hvn Tennis Tournament tinder . lie auspice.* <>! Up* Hiir-H-iIiday Club i« gra-lui.lly ilrawing to a e>neIi»s:oii. During the week the finals in two events have been uegol iatetl. On Saturday itt the Gentlemen'.-, Singles Mr. Gallagher placed one nK.re win to his credit, and »n Thursday Miss Marks and Miss F. Powell t'efeated Miss M. 51 arks and Mrs. Lockett in the Ladies* Doubles. This was a splendid game, being in fact the best exhibition of tennis during the tournament. Following arc tin; results of the piny since our last. LADIES*SINGLES.-Second Round Mii«s M. Marks, owe 15, beat Miss Mark?, scr (0-5). LADIES' DOUBLES.-Second Roiixd. M iss M. Mark? and Mrs. Loekett. owe ?J15, heat Mrs. Gocrtz and Miss Car ter, owe 40 (9-8). FIXAL. Miss Marks and Miss F. Powell, owe 15, beat Miss M. Marks and Mrs. Lockett, owe £15 (9-8). GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES.-Final Mr. Gallagher, owe 50, beat Mr. 3oertz i>\\e 80 (9 7). GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLES Second Round. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 August 1898

QT ('O-WIXGr 15V SPECIAL TRAIN.-By special arrangement with [lie Qmcnsland Raihvay Commissioner gri"z&!Bg..A T .1-1 BEOS.' In conjunction with mi HAGENBECK'S Z00L9GISSCHER CIRCUS, AT CHARLEYILLE, Friday, Sept. 2 ; Saturday, Sept. 3 ; and Saturday Afternoon. The Greatest Show Ever Brought to Australia. THE :i -\v Coiitpmv direct from Enmpo, specially selectod by Mr. D.in Fitzgerald <li*ri:ia his rewiit travels round tlie World. from the principal English ami European circuses', atid especially from G irl Hagen beck's Famous Menagerie, Hamburg Tb« Elephant and Lion Sensation. rl'h- (iroatosi A tiimal Act ever exhibited in the worl.l, and must be seen to be believed; nnd tht> following Brilliant Perforiiiors from the Principal Circuses of Europe. Mad 2 moiselle le Blonde, T'i«- vnimg Kqiiestrienne from iliu llippot!ron>e, Paris. The Itevons, Acrobats, two ladies and one gentleman. Stars of the Principal Music Halls in Europe. Bfdlle. Mille Dagmar, Hiute Kcnl - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 27 August 1898

0HE4P DRAPERY afll^lai HL IffllAJfT'S, 1 CORSETS, 2b\ v . , , , , » -r v GOOD WiSHING-GALATEA STRrPE^G^poiyard. UNBLEACHED CALICO, 2d. tc 6d.' - STRIPED FLANNELETTES, from 2s <M perdoz. .«* 3 'ABO® ^CUBKISH>TO WELS^Ii. each. . UNBLEACHED SHEETING, at 8d. per yard. ART MUSLINS, from 3s. 9d. per doz. BLANKEK AND RUGS, AH R<?d:.ced to Clear. . r;, , , V.T BEDDING AND WIRE MATTRESSES ALWAYS ON HAND. - - RIFLES AND AMMUNITION at Brisbane Priw. CHAELEV1LLE. | DR. KIEBILDY, ^tiaraer of Galatea and Wills'. Streets. lit <: , . iianiof Consnltation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m. 5 p-m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. ^Tiocination.performed every FRIDAY Jia&sr beltu [SOUCITOB, ' CHARLEVILLE Catrof Pbtrers and Robinson's, and ofT. . -:,Bnnt0n's, Brisbane. Hi 'J. CSBiTE EJD CO., CHARLEVILLE, ;'1' ? FORY/ftftDIHQ, GARRYiHG, COMMISSION m GENERAL AGENTS, .Reliable Information on all matters wlatlng tn Rontes, Tariffs, &c. Large Accommodation Paddock close to. Railway. .Stock...

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