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CAPITULATION OF SANTIAGO. SPANISH TROOPS SURRENDER THEIR ARMS. THE AMERICAN FLAG HOISTED. LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
CAPITULATION CF SANTIAGO. 8PAKI3H TROOPS SCEBE3TPEB THSIB A2MS. THE AME3ICAJ5T 3TAG- HOISTED. lassos, July 18. Farther details now to hand of the surren der of Santiago state Jhai on Sunday the Spanish garrison marched out or the city with the honours of war, and proceeded to She American lines, tvnsro they surrendered their arms. The American 23g tus thon hoisted in the city, aad the cathedral bells were tolled. General Tarsi the acting commander of the Spanish, trccps, who conducted the negotia tions for the capitulation in place of General T.inareg, who was necessarily absent on ac count of hi3 recent severe wound, made a drasiatia appeal that hi3 soldiers should be permitted to retain their arms, as otherwise they would niefer to die in the trenches. General Shafter, the American commander, referred tha matter to tho President, at the name tiaia recommending that the concession should be granted. President M'Kinley was, iiotrsTar, obdurate, 23 he considered that it was necessary...
A Pinchbeck Bohemia. CRITIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
Bohemia. Citrnu. I .often wander where onr modern 1 Bohemia ha3 been moved to, in the read- i of social territories. Not but I that I conaiantJy meet men and women _ . (usually of limited experience and often ( of - ample means), who assure me that they are sojouraora in its tenia. Only .. the other day, and in the dead centre -- of comfortable conventionality, a young jfaatron, of soma wealth and considerable ,, personal attractions, startled me by de scribing herself and her husband as : "dreadfol Bohemians." But, unless my social geography ba all wrong, there Bohemianism is a word of no meaning. They live in a »"C3t End square. The rlady has a maid, her clothe3 are devised I by 8 fashionable and expensive dress *. maker- Her husband is a partner in a highly respectable firm oi solicitor?, who - ' appear to have lucrative dealings with ' the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. Ho is, moreover, an tscollent judgo of coloured prints, and an esperfc in stamp collect ing, an amusement which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
The SYDNEY MAIL. THE BEST ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY PAPER IN AUSTRALASIA. A MAGAZINE of General Information on Pastoral, Agricultural, Sporting, and Miscellaneous subjects, illustrated in the best half tone process work. SPECIAL EXPERT WRITERS IN EACH DEPARTMENT. The issue of June 18th commenced a scries of profusely illustrated articles, to gppmr at short intervals, on QUEENSLAND'S INDUSTRIAL CENTRES. North and South Brisbane numbers next. Older from your News Agent. fSICE SI3f£H03t GENTLEMEN'S EMPORIUM, irlsbazie. PIKE BROTHERS. Write for Patterns Erica lasts, &lt;&c. 1.000 Dozen New Suitings, Elding Ties, Bows, Scarfs, &c PURE BELFAST LINE?! Trouseting. SHIRT & COLLARS. Shirt MaMng a Speciality. To Select From The Celebrated Soft Canvas Shirts for Station Wear. Sample SHIRT. Post Free, 5s. 64^ or 30s. i Doz. RUSTIC STRAWS, 4/6, 5/6, 6/6. State Width'of Brim required AGENTS far the Cellular CLOTHIKO. IMPROVED TEEAI HATS, 7/6, 10/6, 12/6. Da- JAEGER'S Sanit...
Operations in Cuba. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
Operations in Oniba. Losnos', July 17. Latest repost3 regarding the surrender oi Santiago da Cab3 state that there rraa so much haggling on the part of the Spanish cctnrcaader over the tertns of surrender that General Shafter was com pelled to threatsn a renawal or hostilities, and the capitulation was then signed. Under tha tarsjs of tha capitulation tha Spanish garrison ara to rsasch out with all tha honours of war, tha oScers nnd man retaining their asms. Tha arnis mil aSerwarda ba yielded np to tha Ameri cana, bat all iho Spanish trcop3 vril retain their personal property. The Telanisara and aatira jjnarSJa troops who haT3 . ieszi earring with tha Spaniards Trill sransain in Caba ande? : parole. , It is estiastiad that 25,GOO Spanish , soldiers who ha?a Emrrsndorad in Coba will b» sent back to Spain in nantral ' ?Ksels fay the Amayican Government.
In Praise of Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
In Praise of Bussia. Br A RECENT EWXUSH BESEDEST. The las I article in the Contemporary Review for April is entitled "The Balance of Power." The personality of the writer is concealed by tho phrane, " Quorum Pais Fui.*' Whoever he is, he has re sided in Russia, and has contracted an admiration fur the Russians bordering on idolatry. In sharp contrast to Dr. Dil lon's doctrine that Russia is implacably pursuing a hostile campaign against this conn try, "Quorum Para Fni" maintains that Russia has treated ns extremely well, nor is there any antagonism between the respective interests of the two countries. THE CHINESE POLICY OF RUSSIA. Considering the malignant fashion in whiqh the Times and its imitators during the last month have exhausted the re sources of their rhet -rio, in painting; Rus sian policy in China under the blackest hues, tne following tribute to the Chinese policy of Russia .will be read by many with surprise " If we look back at Russia's dealings with China, wo see her...
District Doings. MORVEN MEMS. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
District Doings. MOBVEN MEMS. (From Our Own* Correspondent). The all absorbing topic bare is the wsathor We are going through a very difli.-nlt winter* there lias been no rain of any consequence since the 15th February last, and the grass though plentiful is very dry. Up to this stock have hela their aim Tory well as the winter has been comparatively mild. Bat last Friday night and Saturday ws had a few light showers in all about h lf»an-inch Tyhich has caused a considerable change for the none, as since then there has been heavy frosts every night, which no donbt will in juriously effect cattle and horses. Water is exceedingly scarce in some parts of this district, and the coming spring is looked forward to with considerable anxiety. Should we get no rain up to Christmas say, stock owners around here will be equally as bad off as they were last year. Business is very doll, very Few stock passing, and very lew teams moving. The only carrying being done are a few shearing supplies fo...
Rifle Shooting. The Kolapore Cup Competition. Narrow Win for Guernsey. Victoria Second. (By Cable Message.) LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 23 July 1898
Rifle Shooting. The Kolapore Cup Compe tition. Narrow Win for Guernsey. Victoria Second. (By Cabls Mesagc.) London, July 15. The VIcrorian riflemen who are to ta£o partintho Nation*! Eifla Association Meeting at Bisloy have been resting siaoa Satnrday last, -when they completed their practice shooting:. The Victorian team which will compete for the Kolapore Cup will ba the sanw as that which won the cap last year, with the excep tion that Seaijaat-major Whitehead Trill re place Private Walker. Losdojt, July 15. The shooting for the Kolapore Cup .was commenced at Bisloy yesterday, and tha following were the saorea of the varions com peting teams for thoj first distance &lt;300 yards): Mother-country . o48 Victoria *.* "" 244 Canada 344 Gnemsey ... " 241 Je^y ;;; 238 . 237 later, Tho shooting for fits second distance (500 yards) In the Kolapow Cap competitionwas completed this morning, and the aggregate scores at the two ranges now stand as fol lows Mother-country a» Guernsey ...