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Deputation to the Minister for Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Deputation, to the Minister tor Railways. A deputation waited on the Minis ter For Kail ways yesterday to protest against the arrangements tnade with 'Walkers, Limited, to anpply ten ad ditional locomotives, on the gronnd that public tendera onght to Ijaye been

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES. Federation. The Anti-Convention. SIDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. Federation* The Anti-Convention. SIDNEY. Friday, Tlie Anli-Ciinvn'i"!! B'il Imi'IIB, have decided to c»utiune tbeir extonaive organisation till after tba general elections.

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THE COAL STRIKES IN WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

? "O ? THE COAL STRIKES IN" WALES. In connection with the colliery strikes in Wales, osrnprs hare refaaoa to recognise the Conciliator apnointed by the Board of Trade. The mea are submitting fresh pro

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District Doings. BULLO BITS. (From Our Own Correspondent). June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

District Doinsrs. BTJIiLO BUS. (From Our Own Correspondent}. June 27. The weather lias boon pimply delightful since the rain, and with shearing booming, carriers, woolclaasors, shearers, and general hands aire in great- evidence, and all appear eager to definitely place their cervices. One of tbo disabilities of the lata heavy rain has been the compulsory izregularity of onr weekly mail, aud although generally this ; soon rights itself, X think on the present oc eastern wo have just grounds for grumbling. ; The rain foil on tho night of tho l-ith ins;., and the Eulloo mailman was unable to reach Adavale till the 23rd June, and instead oi tho postmaster Seeping him till tbo arrival of our Charlevillo mail on the evening or Brfday, tho 24th, ho despatched hiia on Friday morn ing, EO our letters which should have left for their destinatiooe-oatho 2olh, remained ihero till Saturday, July 2nd. 'Tho mailman, when asked for an explanation, oaid ho was sent away on the 24th because of tlia ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Deportment oi Public Works, Brisbane. 22nd Jane, 1898. 'NDEKS will be received at this OlBce. and at the Post Offices, Eolo, Thargo mindah. and Otmnamalla. until Four o'clock pjn. on FBBDAY, the 29th July, for Improve ments, Repairs. and Punting, Post and "I olo graph Office, Eolo. Tenders to be accompanied by a prelimin ary deposit ot £5, and endorsed " Improve ment*, &c" Pout and Telegraph Office, teu'o." fpecificat:on may be seen, and form of Tender with further particulars obtained, at the Government Architect's«Iffiee; and at the Post Offices, Knlo, Thargomindab, Canna xaulla. and < "harleville. The lowest or any Tender will not neces sarily be accepted. B. ROBEPTSOV, Under Secretary. Best Brands if Cigarettes, Cigars, Imported Tobaccos, and Smoker9* ^quisites at A, Orisel^ Commissioner for Railways Officc Irobane, J «Iv 1st 1898. i STATION BCILDIN'GS AX CIWNA- ' MULliA. TENDERS will be received at this Office, 1 until 3 p.tc. on TUESDAY, the 19*h ofJnTy. ftn...

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Sporting Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Sporting Ooiuiiiii. By "Veritas." Mr. S. Hordern's horse Admirer has been sold to a North Queensland studmaster for 150 guineas. Tlie monthly rase meeting of the Ipswich Amateur Turf Club on Saturday last proved highly successful. The Ssndgate and Sast Sloreton Bacing Club's July Meeting on Saturday proved successful. The Sandgnte Handicap was won by Ur. J. Sl'Gili'tt Olivo Branch, and the Seaview Handicap by Mr. C. Poiuton'a Freedom. The opening day of She "V.U.C. Grand National Meeting on Saturday was favoured with fine weather, and tbera was a large at tendance. The principal oven', the Grand National Hurdle 2ace, wa3 won by the favourite, Pat, after an exciting finish, by a head from Rein deer, Deposed being third. Twenty hoE3ea started. Time, Grain. QJsec. At tho meeting of tho committee of the South Wan-ego Jockey Club, held on the 1st instant (says I ho Warrcgo Watchman) it was unanimously decided to hold a race meeting on the occasion of the opening of the railway. As 3a out...

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Charleville Land Court. WEDNESDAY, 15th July, 1898. Before Mr. Commissioner L. Jackson. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Gharleville Laud Court. WEDNESDAY, 15th July, 1898. Before Mr. Commissioner It. Jaokson. Applications for Grazing Farms.-Emma Logan, 15,380 acres, portion 47 Mnrweh; accepted conditionally. Annie Caroline Carter, 17,709 acres, portion 5 v Blur well; accepted conditionally. Henning Otto Nielsen, 0,400 acres, portions 5, 30, C, and 21; accepted Application for Agricultural Home, stead.- William Alexander Gray, 347 acres, portion 85 v Glengarry; accepted conditionally. Applications for Certificates of 7ulGl ment oi Conditions.-Annie Harrison, 1,2S0 acres, portion -lv Angathella ; cer liScaia granted. Thomas Henry Davia, 400 acres, portion 8v Morven ; certificate granted. Same, 144 acre3 3 roods 17 perches, portion 9» Slorven; ceriiticaio granted. Alfred Latvia, 160 acres, portion 13t Aii!»afchella ; adjourned. Yeovil Fred erick Wright Marshall, 155 acres, portion 12? Augatnella ; adjourned. John William McCaun, 1G0 acres, portion 16v Auga thella ; certifica'e granted. Alfred Dan can Bo...

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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Week's Epitome. Pnot to the service some 250 members marched in procession from the Victoria Bridge to JPetrie's Bii;ht, via Qaeen-street, headed hy their band. A a meeting of sugar-planters at Bnnda berg it was resolved to write to the Cana dian Minister of Trade and Customs thanking htm for having thrown open the porta of the Dominion to Queensland sugars. The Ripple Creek sugar-mill at Ingham has started crashing. A great Twelfth of July demonstration was held in the Sydney Town Hall on Sunday, 5,000 people being present. Mr. Reid, the New South Wales Pre mier, has arranged for the carrying out of works which tvillemplov 500 men, and he has also advanced £500 for the relief of the unemployed. The Federal Association in New South Wales- has selected eighty-one candidates for the coming general elections;. So far no candidate has been selected bv the federalists in opposition to Mr. Reid, but it is not intended that the Premier shall have a walk over. _ Mr. Reid intends to ask the ...

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The London Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

o The London Tramways The London Coanty Coancil hare decided to purchase the work of the London 'tramways.

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The late Mr. Gladstone. The Funeral at Westminster Abbey. Procession of 200 Bishops and Clergy 50,000 Spectators. Some Stirring Incidents. HOW LORD ROSEBERY EXPRESSED HIS SYMPATHY. (From the London Times.) London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

The late Mr. Gladstone. The Funeral at Westminster Abbey. Procession of 200 Bishops and Clergy 50,000 Spectators Some Stirring Incidents. HOW LORD ROSEBEBY EXPRESSED BIS SYMPATHY. {From the London Ttmts.) London, May 31 "Ctviiiaonsra raofc m tU-ir respectivo Chanicsrs, and, headed by tno Qpezsav and tho Lord Cnaccollor, joined llio mam procession m Westminster Hall, whero tlio plain oak conin still remained oa li»o catafalque. The coSa wa3 earriej from the catafalque to tho door of Weslminator. The pall irus borno by tho following distinguished friends of tho dead statesman -Tho S-inco o£ Wales, the Duko of York, Lord Salisbury, Sir VJ". 3arcourt, tho DuUo of Butlund, Mr. A. J. Salfour, Lord Kxinbcrloy, Lord Hiaefcory Lord Son del, and Mr. Armitstead. Following tho coffin was Hosier W. G. Gladstone, beir to the estate, a.nd who will pwsibly some day for his grandfather's onto ba honoursH with an earldom. From Westminster Hall to tho western doors of tho Abfcey tho body was borne on ...

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A Successful Loan. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

A Successful Loan A loan of £6,00,000, issued by the Govern meat of India, has bean sub scribed mora than three fold.

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Correspondence We do not hold ourselves responsible in any way for the opinions expretied or statements maae by our correspondents. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Correspondence \ - / We do not hold ourseltxa responsible in any way for tin opinions expretied. or statements maae by our correspondents. (TO THE EMTOE-) SIB,-la your issue of tho 2Sth ultimo X noticed a. paragraph re Che death of tba man West, a ecalner, who was found deadin bis tent on the Angellala Creek. Ia the para graph ia question you mention that there were seven children, and a, widow left totally mprorided for, also, that Mr. Band had kindly started a subscription for their benefit. Now, Mr. Editor, I am on® of those who believe in giving credit where credit is due. As a nutter of fact IVIr. Band did not take any steps towards starting a subscription for I he benefit of the widow and orphans in this case. The teat credit of the initiatory mcr»> raent in thin direction belongs 10 JMra. «T. Lynch, of this town. Then the matter was taken up by Mesdames Lane and Davis, who made a house to house canvass of the town, and succeeded in raising the respectable sum of thirty pou...

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Latest Cablegrams. Wool Sales. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Latest Cablegrams. Wool Sales. JLONDOIT, Thursday. Wool sale prices are well main tained, especially scoured merinos.

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Legal. Charleville Police Court MONDAY, 11th July 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Legal. CharleviHe Bolics Court 3£o5»AT, 11th July 1828. Before J. Vman-'WillismB, Esq., P.M.. and John Partridge and M. Alexander, Esqs. JJ.P. Bmach OF Siacnoss ACT.-Bobart Wil K-vrn MsCullcoh Tra3 charged with a breach of section 123A c£ the 2!eoiioas Acta of 1885 to 2697. Ac&s-SsrsaanS; Bcnsies, stationed at Char larills. devoid thsf> ha ?aw the defendant at the CharlfiTilia railway station on the 3th isaiantj afterwards arresla-S him at tho polica station. by virina c£ a warraat. Defendant ssSd he did sot thizk ha did anything rrtong in liaTia^ his C3n:a placed oa tho roll. Saw 'the defendant in dharlsville on 3Sth De cember laat jesr, rrhea be said he had just coma out c£ the Hc3pital, vrhera ha bad hsea an tn-naia for scsie weela with a broken leg, having coma iron: Claverton station. Wit Cess knew ha left Chai-lovilla on 3rd January last for Boma, and returned to Charloville on 31st January, 1393. Saw defendant leave Charlevillo on the wyandra train on 1st February ...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Current Events. Bx an oversight on our part tho uama of Mr. T. A. Brodio was appended to the annual balance sheet, of tho Murwoh Di visional Board published in our last i*aue Slr. C+. W. Peyton is tho chairman and liis name should have footed the document in question. WE arc desired by the Ponudkeeper to remind oar readers that there will be sold at the pound yard on Tuesday next, ten head of horses in good condition. Intend ing buyers will do well to attend the sale. Tub annual meeting of th» Roma Rifle Club was h*ld on Friday evening tho 8th instant. Thorn were nhout twenty-four members' present. Thu balance-sheet aim wed a credit balance of £5 2a. 8d. Forty members names are on the roll book. Tho President of the "Rifle Club is in receipt of a telegram from Head Quarters, stating that the target was delivered at the Soma street railway station oa Thursday. The active members of the Club should brace up their nerves for the opening ceremony, which, in all probability, will take pl...

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Petty Debts Court. WEDNESDYA, 14th JULY, 1898. (Before J., Vivian Williams and M. Alexander, JJ.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 16 July 1898

Petty Debts Court. Wbsxzsda?, 14th Jtrxr, 1898. (Before J., Vivian Williams and M. Alex ander, JJ.P.) B.CBOZIKEV. S.STEVENS.-Balance due for goods received, £7 18s. 84. Mr. Lockett f..r plaintiff. Mo appearance of defendant. Ver dict for p'slntiff, with 3s coats of court and £11», projMsioaal cotto.

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Something Like a Miracle Worker. THE MARVELS OE RAM PERSHAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898

Something Like a Miracle Worker. THE MARVELS OE BAM PEBSHAD. 6m GEOBGE NEWNEH publishes In the Wide World Magazine, the pages of which are dedicated to nothing but what is absolutely true, on the ground that " troth is stranger than fiction,' a story which will severely tax the credulity of his readrc. It is entitled " The Marvellous Feats of Bam Pershad the Juggler," by A. Saralhtumar Ghosh. It is introduced by the following statement: "Amazing and incredible as the following narrative may appear, it is, nevertheless, an absolutely true account of wha1; both the writer and his party saw with their own eyes." Bam Pershad, of Benares, is described as a juggler. The writer was in Calcutta with a party of friends when Bam Pershad was in troduced to the cmpany, and proceeded to perform his marvels. Af'cr doing various ordinary jugeling feats, he began his real marvels by boiling rice in thirty seconds. The kettle was placed over a mass of burning straw, which was set on fire on the bare...

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FRENCH GUNBOAT FIRED ON. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898

FRENCH GUITBOAT FIEED Olf. LONDON, July 15. I Eeporta aro fco hand that a French ann boat attempted to enter Santiago Harbonr at dusk, and rsfoa>-d to atop an til the American era Liar Marblehead fired two solid shots at her, whanaba withdrew.

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898

Current Events. In our report of the proceedings of the Wanego Marsupial Board which appeared in the issue of the 9th instant, the list of scalps destroyed was for the year ended 30th June. We have been asked to point this out to our leaders in case it might have been thoug5gjj that the numbers recorded were since tra previous meeting. Sj - The majority of tho mornings this v/c$k have been exceptionally cold, and frost and ice have been plentiful. A very pretty sight was witnessed at a certain residence on Monday morning. A water-spray had been playing on the lawn over night and in the morning tho water on the leaves of tho grass had frozen, causing it to look lite a bed of ciystalized plants. On Wednesday night at the samo place a tap hod been dripping, and as the drops fell they froze, so that in the morning a piece of ica about fifteen inches long and standing upright was to be seen. A low points of rain on last Saturday night had the .-Sect of giving us hope that a change was im...

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Spaniards and Buccaneers. FROM "PRINCE RUPERT THE BUCCANEER," BY C. J. CUTCLIFFE HYNE, IN THE PALL MALL MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898

Spaniards and Buccaneers. FKOM " PBINCE BCPEIIR THE BUCCANEEE," BY C. J. CUTCUFFE BYXK, IX TIIE PALL MALL MAGAZINE. Ten' men paddled and the otter six . baled, and surely no adventurers have ever tempted tbe seas in BO unworthy a vessel.', The water gushed in by a thou sand cracks, and-nothing bat the industry of the balers could beep her afloat. A single cannon-shot would have cent her to the sharks in half a tricp, and Master Lngban noted these things with a dry month and a heart that bade fair to leap direct from its resting place. Bnt Prince Rupert's eye lit as he steered, and the buccaneers bawled a psalm as a fitting start to their enterprise. So soon as ever the canoc left shore the pink started her cannonade, though for long enough the shot .fell short. But when'she <lrcw in range the Prince gave an order, and six of tbe paddles were taken'in, and the deadly marksmen with their buccaneering pieces shot at every head which showed. Helsman after hels man was dropped...

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