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American Modes. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

American Mode*. Until the war broke out, President M'Kinley himsel f has been " at home " to the public for an hoar three times a week ; and, standing by one of the great pillars in the East Koom, he has a bow, and a smile and & handshake for the hundreds and sometimes thousands who make their way to the White House in order to " pay their respccts " to the Executive. On snch occasions the great drawing room is fairly packed with people of every description, age, and sex. Men in proper frock coats, with silk hats, men in cat-away jackets and Texas sombreros, ladies stylishly dressed and women in cheap cotton gowns, to say nothing of tho children who have determined to edge in, notwithstanding the fact that they know they are in danger of getting crashed and trodden on by the big people. " How do, Mr. President ? Glad yer here I" says the littlo boy who blacks boots around on the corner of Pennsyl vania-avenue, and has left his stand in charge of a companion for fifteen or tw...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English and Foreign. London, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

English and Foreign. London, September 1. Refng;es from Omdnrman are floating down the Nile on logs and joiuing the British lines. The Roanake has taken gold from Klondyke fields valned at 4,000,000 dollars. The Chinese insnrgents are within 40 miles of Canton. Charges have been made in Cape Cokny that Germany has given financial aid to the Afrikander Bond candidates in the Cape general elec tions. General Garcia, the Cnban insnr gent leader, has been removed from office for having thwarted the Ame ricans in their operations. Colonel Hemy has confessed that he had forged the letter which M. Cavaignac, French--Minister for War, recently read in the Chambei and which he declared proved the guilt of Dreyfns. After his con fession Henry snicided. M. Brisson the French Premier, and three of his colleagnes favonr the reopening of the Drrvfas case,-bnfc 1 avaignac threate ns to resign and says he is still convinced of the gnilfc of Dreyfus. General Baisdeftre has resigned. - The trades' nn...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

The 'World at Largs Tonterfield stoeknwncrs and bonier residents-ask for a modification of tit. tick regulations in that district. Mr. Warren, manager of tin? Eastern Extension Company, declare? tliat with the Capo cablo which Iiis com pany offer the colonics know what the cost will be ; but with the Pacific cable they do not. One man was killed and a nuinhcr oi others severely injured by the Tall of a scaffold used in demolishing the old loco motive shed-: in Adelaide. Disgrace'"1 scenes have occurred at St. .Tallies'? Church, Ivirkdale (Eng himl), on ncctimt of the ritualistic ser vices conducted there. The Cunard Company are building two steamers of 20,000 tuns anil 18,000 tons register respectively. The Russian Government is making: great efforts to colonise Manchuria and Talienwan. Tlie Hon. G. H. Reid expresses him self as specially pleased at the reception given to the federation resolutions in Victoria and New South Wales. At the adjonmcd conference at New castle in connecti...

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Fun Amongst the Footpaths [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

J?ran Ajoaonsrst the Foofpatbs Henry Austin" "was® brench of the same by-law by across the footpath in Alfred-street near Mangalore House. Defendant pleaded guilty and ex plained that he crossed the footpath in pursuit of some horses which had got away froiu him. Mr. Locketi said the defendant had crossed the footpath after being warned that he was transgressing. The Police Magistrate said he knew the place mentioned. He had noticed it and wondered why the Council had ina-Jo new footpath? where there were no houses, but they had made no foot- | path near his place. The Town Clerk : Yonrs will be the j next done, sir. Mr. Lnekett: I'm glad you're told liim that. There will be the Appeal Court on directly. The P.M. (continuing) : He had to feel grateful that people had not bumped against his fence and knocked it down. The defendant would be fined 5g with 3s 6d costs of court and 10s fid pro fessional costs. It's all work and no play for the man who pumps the organ. Fashionable calls m...

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Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Tennis Touniunicnt. The final games in the Lawn Tennis Tournament under the auspices of the Half-Holiday Lawn Tennis Club were played on Saturday. Daring the pro gross of the tournament there were some veiy good games, and the closeness of some of the sets does credit to the han dicappers, Messrs. Lockett and Harris. Following arc the results of last week's play: LADIES' SINGLES.-Second round. Miss Havcrcrcffc, owe 15, beafc Mrs. Conners, owe i-15 (9-6). FlUAt. Miss Havereroft, owe 15, beat Miss M. Marks, owe 15 (Q-8). MIXED DOUBLES.-Final. Mrs. Conners aiid Mr. Gallagher, owe 15 ^30, beatrMiss F. Powell and Mr. Donaldson, owe 40 (9-8). GEOTLEMEJTS DOUBLES. Second round. Messrs. Goertz and Powell, owe 40,beat Messrs. Gallagher and Simnionds, owe 40 (9-6). Fiwal. Messr3. Goertz and Powell, owe 40,beat Messrs. Bell and Provan, owe 15 (9-8).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

SPRING SEASON, 1898. SPRING SEASON, 1898. The - first - Arrival - of - MEW - ^OODS - at THE SOU 1£ABCHB FOB SPBIWO A9TD SUMMER WKAB. XNSPECTION INVITED, and ONE Inspection will convince tlie most obstinate that for PRICE, ST VLB, AND QUALITY, X THEY CANNOT BE EXCELLED. SPJECIAJL MOTI?£. ' | | \\f L> WOULD SpeciuHy Draw your Attention to the Clunges just effecte'I in his DrcSSH*l*hlnff I- I - VV - I*- Bepsirineat, and can now Guarantee that all orders will ba exocntcil with St37-le, "^7vr'OTl^:2^Laja.3"h>4^;" ebn.eSEr"**~ I^oaaQ.ptan.ess. H. W. B DR. KRK&LDY, Comer of Galatea - and Wills! Streets. Stan of Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2 pan. te 5 p.m.; 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed ovory FRIPAY at p.m. ,a isr. betjXi, SOJLXCITOR, CHARLEVILLE. Lata of Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bunion's, Brisbane. H. J. GARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION AND_GENERAL AGENTS, Reliable Information on all matters relating to Rentes, Tariffs, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

HulloI Wliat's this a TEDlSiiLL, IK now the Landlord oC the JCeivlv Kretted ^jjjynQ W iiXB (a» tl«" \V;ir>l Crosainj; on the" Yarronvale Rirtd). where lie hopes to m«et all Ids Ohl . u-l irifiiils. «I . r> It'SHIN'G iin.l SHOOTING i'.-.rt ' i.i;»ml Accoiiii»'»!ation. . I !"e >1 always on li.md for Sale. Un>v«-' -, ?' '..rrici-s, ami others supplied with S."O:I-m :III<I all road iiiforiinti in. A WlSLL-GRASSED PADDOCK within half u miie of the [Intel. A BRANCH STORE of Fit zw-Iter and Co. is no-v OPENED at Ginvric Hotel ^ under the Management of 'i Ted. Hassall. DROVERS, GIVE ME A CALL. Convent Boarding §cb«oS, ROMA, j (Under the Cire of the SISTERS OF MERCY) i THE con rue of Instrnclion includes a ^ good En«hs>h Education, Prawihg Freehand and Crayon. Fiain and Fancy Needlawo'k and Singing. Music-Piano ami Violin if required. TE'-'MS.-Education, Board and Wash ing. £25 a Year. Payable Quarterly in Advance. For further particulars apply The Sister Superior C...

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The Necessity for Retrenchment. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

The Hccesslty tor Ketrencli meat. One item in Mr. Glassey's indictment of tlie financial administration of the continuous Government was (says the " Conner") that wages and salaries of the persons employe! in the public ser vice were reduced in the bad years to the aggregate amount of £550,000. We suppose this economy is harped npon by ? Labour orators in the hope that the electors particularly concerned and their friends will consider that they were the victims of an avoidable injustice. Of course if Queensland had been blessed with a Labour Government there would ..... have been no drastic retrenchment of that kind. Wages and salaries would have been sacred. Bat the fair way of deal ing with this matter is to look at it com prehensively. The necessity for retrench ment did not press in this colony ex clusively npon the Government. It was felt generally. The State employer only did what numerous private em ployers were compelled to do. We believe it wonld be found by enquiry that t...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Here and Elsewhere AT the Police Court to-day («nys a Dalby wire of the 2GtL), before the Police Magistrate and two local justices, a libel action was heard wherein tlie late editor of tlie "Dalby Herald" sued tlie present editor for damages for libel to the amount of £50. The case occupied the court during the greater portion of the day. A verdict was given for the plaintiff for £10 and costs. DUBIKG the past few days the Coun cil have employed a man to collect the rubbish, stray stones, etc., on the streets, and our wain thoroughfare in conse quence reminds one of n schoolboy with a shining morniDg face, the effect being heightened by the recent welcome showers. The improved appearance of the street tempted the aldermen into a long discussion the. other night, Alder man Fitzwolter warmly advocating the adoption of a system whereby the Coun cil would undertake the removal of all rubbish, if placed in proper boxes for the purpose. It was pointed out, how ever, that the by lawt alrea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EX- 1 1RACT.-Under the distinguished patron" ] age of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per j communication made by the Minister for ! Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1578. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam exhibi tion, 1SS3. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distilla tion, forming erode, resinous oils. Ia order that these erode oils may not be taken for ? our pure volatile Eucalypti Extract, which | is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pare origin, as per information forwarded to ns through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state: It is proved by testa made by the medical clinics of the universities of Bonn and Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr . Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonne I and Professor Dr Mossier, Director of t...

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Of Interest to Queenslanders. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Of Merest ts Quecosianiiers. The following hem will prow of in tense in/crest to all Qneenshmdcrs, es |i>'ci:il!y to tlio«i» living :*t and about Slrathpine, which is situated some 14. miles fn ni Brisbane. No one in that locality is belter known tlmt Mr. (Joe, into whose. life a great happiness lias lalelv entered. Here are the particu i:irs : - 1 Ivtrly in .May, I8!>f» " Mr. Coe said to onr representative who inter viewed him, '.[ was at Sandgate with a load, ami sill <»!' :i sudden I was scarcely able to move. A neighbor stopped me and asked me to help him with a bale, but T told hint I had a paralytic stroke and could not do so. f got home and was very bad. I was bent doable and could not walk as Tar as that tree (in dicating a tree about a dozen yards away) if you gave me 4> 1,000,000. I could not mnnut a horse or sit on one, and was unable to sleep. I went to doctors (naming three prominent Bris " SCARCELY ABLE TO MOVE." banc physicians and two at Sandgate)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Do Ton "Want A TI-p Beet Value are Obtainable from W. n. Paling; & Co Id. - Established 18.r>3. - STEIN WAY, LIPP, IIItlKSMEAD, FEURICH, COLL A UP, GOIJS & KALLMANN. CARL ECKE, UEBEL & LEICULKITER. TIic Wonderful Medium Priced VICTOR and ttie Marvellously Perfect low priced E. HELLING. Each of these Pianos is ot Special Con struction for Extreme and Trying elimatos Require onty the Minimum Timing- ami Attention. It is in Com-cquenee of tlie Exceptional Satisfaction given l>y the Pianos thev sell that PALINCi & GO'S Business has g"oivn to its present Immense Proportions. So Belter Value ObtainaMit Supplied to any part of the Colony on Easy Terms. ZEPaliKLg' <Ss Co. arc also Agents for The glorious ESTEY American Organs for Chnrcli, Lodge, Hall, Sunday School, and Parlor. The famous Band Instruments bv BES SON and CO., and BOOSEY and CO. A Perfect Stock. Immense Stock of Accordcons, Concer tinas, Flutes, and Slasical Instruments of EVER...

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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

MONTHLY LAUD COURTS. The Land Commissioner attends at Charieville (Charloville District) tie tliird Friday in each month. Sarat (Sarnt District) second Friday -Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Itoina, first Wednesday. The Land Commissioner Trill be pleased to give all necessary information to intending selectors. The Land Agents at the abovenamed places will receive applications, show maps, etc. Mr. on Monday ^Mj^rt^j^^^voTpneninonia supcr ^H^^on epilepsy, after an illness of three morths. A Sydnoy grocer has been fined for supplying margarine to a customer mlicn asked for batter. The will of the late John Starkey, of Sydney, has been sworn at over £100,000 and £3000 probate duty has been paid. At a luncheon given to the Hon. T. J. Byrnes in Sydney, the Hon. G. H. Reid said that if Queensland could enter into the federation negotiations nothing would give the people of New Sonth Wales greater pleasure. Mr. Byrnes said he thonght the con clusions of the Premier's conference woul...

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Advance of the Tick. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Advance of" the Tick. Responding to a toast at the luncheon given at the Rosewood Show, the Mini ster For Agriculture gava the fanners of Rosewood some advice in connection with the tick pest; bnt it was un doubted that he was addressing himself also to all owners of stock in the South ern portion of 1'he colony. He said the ticks were advancing upon them, and no line could be drawn, nor the most rigid form of inspection woald keep them out. They were carried on every form of animal life ; they were carried on horses, and it was only this week that the department had received from Rockhampton a goatskin with fully matured ticks upon it. Goats were not wanderers, it is true, but tick3 had been found upon ibises, and even on snakes and other crawling life. Now, the Stock Department during the past few years had discovered that inoculation was in disputably a preventative, and could save the greater part of the losses caused by ticks when they became virulent. He said this because he w...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Our L«c»l B>«rliaai»at. At the usual fortnightly tneeiiiisr of ilio Municipal C»iinc':l on \WIih-m1 .y /.veiling I In; Aldermen present wete Messrs Fitzwalter, Smith. IJreiiiien, Bi'liugton, .-mil GihliS. I In ilii? absence of tlie Mayor Aid. Fitzwalter was voted to the cli.-iir. , Correspondence Inwards inclu.led leitors from the Railway Commissioners office stating that tin* District Engineer at (ioma had been instructed to push ou the work of Fencing the railway line fr.un Sturt-street to the Common boundary, but there was considerable difficulty in procuring suitable men. | From tin; Charleville Rill; Club stat ing . hat ev would proceed with tha placing of two additional wires in the fctico round tin; range when Tunds werc available. From Overall and Co. suggesting that the fence on llw lM»undary lietwei-n their stores and the Council Chambers he of a more substantial character than that proposed 1>V tlie Council, and agree i-g pay half the cost of eiec;ion. From I he Mou...

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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

mats to Selectors. ^L-Ihe .land dailv for the receipt of application? .or land between the ltonrs of 10 a.m. and 4 pan., except on Saturday, when it doses jit 12 noon. 2.- Intending applicants for land should lodge applications at the honr ant? daybxed by pioclatnation declaring the land open, usually at 11 o'clock a.m. Thereafter any land nnselected will be open for selection from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications mar be lodged before the hour and day mwitioucd V the ^reclamation, bnt they will not h:> priority over those lodged at the jinr ticolar honr on the day fixed by pro clamation. Such applications are treated as being simultaneously received. 3. Inspect the land before lodging the application, as disappointment and money may be saved thereby. i If the land be surveyed he sure and procure a map of same from the local Land Office, issued gratis. A valuable guide to intending selectors. 5. Should the land be unsurveyed but marked off in portionson maps, supplied gratis to inte...

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Camooweal Chinese. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Ciimuoireul Cblnese. From the Cloncnrry " Advocate ** oE Aagtist 12 we take the following : The mob of Chinamen, 27 la number, who recently crossed the border npar Camoo vreal, from the Northern Territory, ar rived in Cloncurrv on Monday, Aagnst 8, " in fine condition," nnder escort of Constables Edwards and Teasdale and a. tracker. On their journey from CamooTCnl they averaged 20 miles a day. The nion are a fine lot of strong, healthy Follows, well clothed at d fed by oar paternal Government, and comfort ably taken care of by Sergeant Green daring their temporary stay here ; they have occasioned no trouble, and are evidently qaite satisfied with the pros pects before then). We interviewed one of them. Ah Pong, who speaks fair English, having resided in the Terri tory for the past 10 years. He stated that for months the party had been working on Burnt Creek, hat could not make tacker, at last they determined to try Queensland, although they knew the consequences, but it was much bet...

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Artesian Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

Arteftian C'rickec Club. The annnal meeting of members of tlie Artesian C.C. was held at the Tele graph Hotel on Monday evening. There teas a moderate attendance, and Mr. It. B. Lucas (vice president) occupied the chnir. The balance-sheet was read and adopted, and the election of officers for the coming year was then proceeded with, resulting as follows : President : M r. E. T. Brennen ; vice presidents : Messrs. II. B. Lucas and H. G. Smith ; committee : Messrs. C. M. Hooper, G. Hooper, VV. Bray, C. Meyers, X. Carlisle, J. Robertewn, and E. Stephenson ; selection coiumittce : Messrs. G. Hooper, «J. Robertson, and E. .Stephenson ; secretary and treasurer: Mr. J. Beverley, The subscription was fixed as hitherto at 7s. Cd., an't considerable discussion took place upon ways and means and the best method of augmenting the Club funds, but the meeting rose without ar riving at anything definite. Yesterday's neglect causes two-thirds of to-day's worry. A cat may look at a king, bat site wo...

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A Dangerous Epidemie. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 3 September 1898

A Danppoos EpMemie. An epidemic of influenza is at present raging in tlie colouies, and scarcely any one is without at least a slight attack. This dreadfnl malhdy ?# tlie most liie some and inconrenitnt disease imag inaMe, and Tew seoni to realise that an absolute enre for it is to i>c fi>iin<! in Bile Beans. Influenza totally incapaci tates the sufferer from doing any sort of work, and life itselr becomes a burden. There. i«; in the' first place, a violent cold, generally in the head, and a con stant arid violent headache is one of the most trying symptoms. Pains, too, in all parts of the body and limbs are also prominent, and a general- collapsc or the entire system follows. The appetite is impaired, and a sensation of ne»rine?s and a total disability to even tliiuk n a connected manner is noticeable. Of ?course, as this malady gains a hold on the system the symptoms .In-come more strongly marked, nntil the patient is not only in an extremely di-licate, bat an abs...

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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Sporting Scraps. The programme for the approaching meeting of the Charleville Racing Club | has been cat ont and appears elsewhere in this issue. It comprises six events absorbing some £75, the chief events being a Flying Handicap of £15 and C.R.C. Handicap of £25. Nominations for the two principal handicaps close on 26th October, the I weights appearing a couple of days later. In the other erents in the programme, excepting, of course, the Hack Bace, the entries close on the night of Tues day, 8th November. We understand that the medals to be presented to the < members of the win ning team in the recent series of football matches between The Town and Cobb and Co. will be in readiness in the course of the coming fortnight, and that it is proposed to make the presentation at a smoke concert to be held at the Norman Hotel. The idea of a smoke concert is not a bad one, after all. Rival punters will have an opportunity of comparing the braises they have received during the se...

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