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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Here and Elsewhere A vuiiLic iheetitlg lias been convened for Monday noittkj discuss the vexed ques tion of through railway ratesand to devise means of impressing upon the Railway Department the unfair manner in which Charleville is treated with respect to railway tariffs. It would appear that having const rUcto.l a rnilvvny to Cunna multn the Department intend leaving n«» Stone unturned that uiay furnish some justification of the extension, even tf they have to carry goods fur nothing (or what really amounts to taothing). Whv CharleVillfc shoilld be victimised to bolster up Cannamulla or any other piano, and why the Commissioner in his wisdom should see lit to furnish (ihan nols to deprive us of vhat is legitimately oar trade is something that We Cannot Understand. If Charletrille likes to look on whilst the ground is being cat from under its feet-, and derive pleasure from watching the operation-well and good ; if not, the best thing she can do is to turn up at the meeting on" Mii...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Charleville Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Cbarleville JRaclnsr Club. A meeting of the Committee of the above was held at the Victoria Hotel on Wednesday evening, the members pie sent being Messrs Fitzivalter (chair), t Grisel, Strachan, Partridge, Smith, Adrain, an J T. F. Kelly (Secretary). 1 On the proposal of Messrs Grisel and Partridge it was decided to hold a days* racing on the 9tli of November. Mr. Grteel moved that a programme be cot oat not exceeding £80. Seconded by Mr. Strachan and carried Messrs Grisel, Fitzwalter, Parti idge, and Lncas were appointed, on the mo tion of Mr. Smith, as a snb-committee to cat oat a programme. It was dccided to place a reserve of £12 on the gates, and to sell the booths on the same conditions as last year. The Secretary was instructed to apply to the Central Warrego Race Clab for the ase of the coarse on the 9th of No vember and to arrange terms. Mr. Strachan moved. Mr. Grisel seconded, That the liandicappers be the Committee or whom they may appoint. Agreed to. Mr. I?. B. Echlin's ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Charleville Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Charlcville HogpHal. Ward with £10 fis collected at Pinbiu!?; from J. Pay ten with cheque for £6 5s collected at Milo from shearers and rouseahoats ; from Dr. Kirkaldy re commending that the Wardsnian (D. Watts) be granted a holdiday; froiu the Home Secretary stating that the Crown Law authorities did not advise on matters such as that referred to him by the Hospital Committee. Outward correspondence included let ters to various persons re subscriptions, to H. Austin directing his attention to the quality of firewood he was supplying and requesting him to remedy it; to the Home Secretary asking if the Cont I mittee had pawer to sell the effects of a [deceased patient to defray funeral ex penses. The Chairman explained that he had [granted three weeks leave of absence to ). Watts, and his action was endorsed fun the motion of Messrs Smith and [Barber. It was decided that Watts receive his foil salary daring his absence. - A unanimous vote of thanks was ac corded to Mr. J. W. Ward for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

ftlUlllMlK "i 11 i . ?? == TSTOflM^ISr HOTEL, WILLS-ST., CHARLEVILLE. (Within a few minutes* walk of the Railway Station.) WQfTI? f* <Kl)WOcP(P'Ol,<?S^ ILro <fs HAVING Taken Ovrr the Norm an Hotel lia? pleasure in announcing to his friends and -he ]mliiic generally lfctt lie is prepired to offer the lltst Arconunwliition Prwnrilt'e ip tlie Wrut. Suite* of Private Rooms. Special Provision for Families. " Sttmj>IeRooiiis. Cuifine a (speciality. ONLYTIIE DEST BRANDS OF WINES, SPIRITS, AND BEERS K2PT Coniino(1ioii8 Stabling. ' AVclI Grassed Paddocks. T»UGGY MEETS EVERY TRAIN. TERMS STRICTLY MODERATE. L. C. EN RIGHT, Proprietor. Hullo ! Q "What's this J Ib now the Landloid «-f tlio Newlv lireitdl (it the Ward Crossing on the Yarronvale I Bead), where he ho}«s to meet all his Old .ml new-friends. .PWD FISHING iiml SIIOOTIXG in t:;«- Kt'ij;l.liimrlioi)d. fci-iit Liquory mid liuul Aitfliiimniiation. j Her->- Ffdl always on h md for Sale. [ bfiiVM*, Cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

SPRING SEASON, 1898. SPRING SEASON. 1898 THE - - AS»rfirai - «&£ - JSIEW - TR&ODS - AT THE BOIFCT MABCHB W&m SSPSGSSJCI AID SUSHJSA.EE8 WEAR. TNSP EOT.' I ON INVITED, AMI OXE Insn.-CTION wilt convince TIN- M^T UB.<si:RTU' LLI >t FI»I- PLIRJB, S L*VLS» AND QUAI-I l \ , _L TIIEY CAXNTOT BE EXCELLED. SHMBCJAJL T*T" \ \f ~T) _ WOU[JD SP.'CIALLY Dra-.v VI>:II' ATTONTM I t>» LIIJ C"I < j-| <t 1 ;*.» 1.1 . YV anil CM now (} t!i»t II! ONL.-FC \v":'A LU'ES VIUI-VI. VRITTI-'". ^TSRLE, -? ?_> .. :.V O±3SE3Q.A;RLSIB.IP., A>N.<3. J'_ 3?XB:CCI.;ptEi.ess3_ I. f. BRIM GharMle. DB. KIBKALDY, '? Corner of Galatea and Wills! Streets. ' Hoars of Consultation-9 a.uo. to 10 a.m. : 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed eveiy FRIDAY at' p.m. ,G. N. BELL, SOLICITOR, ' CHARLEVILLE. Lit* of Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bunion's, Brisbane. B. J» CARTER AND C0.s CHARLEVILLE, FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION ...

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The Tick Quarantine. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

The Tick Quarantine, The Hon. J. V. Chataway, Queens land Minister for Agriculture (wires the Sydney correspondent of the "Courier" on the 4th inst.), left for Brisbane by to-night's mail. He considers that the tick quarantine question has been settled satisfactorily alike to Queensland, New Sonth Wales, and Victoria. The Hon. J. Coot, Aeting Minister for Agricnltare, New Sonth Wales; the Hon. J. W. Taverner, Minister for Agricnltare, "Victoria; and the Hon. J. Y. Chataway, Minister for Agricul ture, Queensland, were engaged yester day and to a late hoar this afternoon in discussing the matter of the tick quar antine boundaries of Queensland. The conference arrived at the following con clusions :-1. A line to be run From where the present quarantine line strikes Prairie to some convenient point on the eoast' below Gladstone. 2. From Praire by a line running southward along the Main Range until it meets Macphersoa Range on the boundary of New Soath Wales. 3. Along the Western railway...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

I The "World at Large 7 /in Ner.Mig River Suspir Company expect to jmt through 12,000 tons of cane this season. i A District Cutirt is to be held at Liiisrcaeli Four times a year, commenc ing 1st .Inimnry next. 1 Mr. Gliis»f addrefSed the electors »F Cunnin^liniii at Allora on Friday night. At Grasslrco, near Macfcny, a uinn named Wm. Scott cut his throat with j n r.iz.ir, n<>arly severing his head froin the body. I The steamship Devon is loading 2000 tons of meat at Botren. I A successful trotting meeting was hi-M at Towusville ou Saturday. Tin; loivusviilt1 Cup was won by Pointer. The Mossman Mill Company have decided to join the Port Douglas Divi sional Board in guaranteeing the limn For the Port Douglas to Mossnrian train way, as demanded by the Government. ! At a conference of Queensland, Yic- | turian, and New South Wales Ministers Tor Agriculture, certain alterations in ) | the tick quarantine line wera agreed | upon. * I Admiral Pearson does not think the diffi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

P. J. LEAHY & CO., LIMITED, WITSTE, SPIRIT, & GENER-AIL. MERCHANTS. STATION & FINANCIAL AGENTS ||m total lave OB Hand Wines, Spirits, Beers, and Goods. J* SPECIAL PRICES AHD TERMS niwwuiniii iffflgftnfOR URGE ORDERS. FRESH GOODS I I I -Ml II iliil III nil I I I 11 II I I P. J. LEAHUMO, LTD., THARGOMINDAH.

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The Labour Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

7be labour Opposition. ( Wl»y "Labonr" Opposition ? . Labour is as much repiesented by members on the Government side of .the Assembly as by Mr. Glasscy and bis colleagues. All are workers ia this colony of Queens land who are endeavoring by band or brain to make prosperity permanent, and to develop a great territory. - Body sweat and brain sweat cannot be dis sociated in the general count-up. Would not Labour members be the first to fall nndi>r any ban which sought to divide mind works from ordinary toilers whose n>ij.»c!es are their capilal ? So we roar vi'l that the assumption oF responsibility liv tlir Labour party should be qualified in iliis Fashion. It means, if it means anything, that only a section of the enmmnnity is to lie looked aFter by those who have taken the step forward. We allow that a step fo-ward has been taken. Compared with the old position, which helped nobody and irritated everybody, the present position is' ful' of promise and possibility. The Premier ...

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Jury Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

JTnry BUI. The Jury Bill is a measure which was greatly needed in the interests of both jurors and the conntrj. Existing ar - rangements as to the pay and the snm moning of juries have long been felt to be inequitable and unnecessarily irritat ing ; the bOl proposes to deal with tM former, and remedies for the latter were suggested daring the brief debate on the second reading. That men, who when following their ordinary avocations by which they are able to earn, say, 10s a day and more, should be required to give their attendance and possibly their services for several dst\s at a time, for the huge remuneration of 5s a day, is really preposterous. There is, of conrfe, the argument that citizens of any coun try onght to take part in the worfc which is necessary for the good government of their country, and that the doing of that duty is an honourable service; bnt a man cannot feed his family on honour; nor meet tha claims of a business on the Satisfaction arising out of the perform ...

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Pastoral Rent Appeals. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Pastoral Rent Appeals. The appeals with' regard to pastoral rents which have taken np a great deal of time in the courts recently hare servel at Iea9t one good purpose. They have resulted in the highest tribunal in the colony laying down a fixed and definita principle for assessing the rents of pas toral holdings. It is sotnawhat strange so tnany years should hare elapsed since the passing of the Land AcC' under ... which the proceedings were takeir with£ oat an authoritative role being, sought. for. That wonld appear to indinta that the system of assessment hitherto fol lowed has not proved a very grerioa* . evil to the pastoral tenants. If it had a effort to opset it wonld Lave been made long ago. Both the Crown and -the pastoral tenants to a great extent have been groping in the dark, and both will now derive advantage from the light which has been let in by the Fall Court. The decision pronounced, <o far as tha judicial system of the colony permit*, provides a rule of...

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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Hints to Selectors. 1. The land agent's office is open cfoilv- for tlie receipt of applications for . land, between the Iionrs of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., except on Saturday, when it closes at 12 noon. 2. Intending applicants for land should lodge applications at the hour ant? day lixed by prut-la mat ion declaring the land open, usually at 11 o'clock a.m. - Thereafter any iand nnselntcd will'be.open for selection from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications may lod^fd before the hour and day mentioned in the prcclauiation, but t hey will not hare priority over those lodged at the par ticular hour on tl.e day fixed by pro clamation. Such applications are treated as being simultaneously received. . 8. Inspect the laud before lodging the application, as disappointment and money may be saved thereby. . 4. . If the land be surveyed be sure »nd procure a map of same from the lecal Land Office, issned gratis. A valuable guide to intending selectors. ,5. Should the lund bennsurveyed but marked off in po...

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Four Barrels of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Four Barrels of Gold. Once a man of the laboring class wlio bad often wishid to lie rich nas offered all llie mouev lie wished for if lie would accept, nithoui a murmur. th« troubles ?nil anxieties that wealth usually brings. Gludly the man nccepu-d, anil the gold | was . delivered to liiin in four great 1 barrels, lie lived the life of a prince | for a fe\r mouths, and tlicu the late boars and high living gcnetally began tn tell, and bis liver got out of order. ' To make a long story short he got worse and worse,nntil at Inst he had spent all hia momy in a fro it less search for health. Tlrp, of conrse, was before Bill* Beans for Biliousness was discov ered. Mr. M- A. Kobcrts, of St. Vin cent Street, I'ort Adelaide, has a differ ent story to tell. He s»ys :-"Some seven or eight venrs ago I bad my first attark of biliou^ncs?. From that lime for the next yrar or two I had into, mit ten t attacks of biliousness until ul>out four or five as>o, when my appetite almost completely f...

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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Frogrress Association. The monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held in the Council Chambers on Monday evening. The members present were Messrs Locbett (chair), Green, Adrnin, Barber, Liens, W. Gibbs, N. J. \V. Nielsen, C. D. Francis, C. M. Hooper, and A. Straclian The Hon. Sec. (Mr. Adrain) stated that no reply had yet been received from the Works Department re the Post Office and Court House. The qaestion of a coach mail fronf Charleville to Tambo up the Ward Hirer was discussed, and Mr. Green moved that a petition In favor of a weekly mail to Tambo via the Ward be pre pared and signatures obtained. Seconded by Mr. N. J. W. Neil son and carried. The Chairman suggested that a pub lic meeting should be held to discuss the unfair way in which the Railway Commissioners was treating Charleville with reference to the Thargoiniadah trade. Mr. Green moved that a public meet ing be held, and that the Chairman with Messrs Nielsen and Francis form a sab-committee to collect inform...

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English and Foreign. London, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Ensrlioh and Foreign. London, September 8. Daring an engagement with the Dervishes the day before the Om durtcan battle, a brother of the Dervish general Mahinund waa killed. Tlie death roll of New York from heat on Monday last was 170. It is stated that a revision of the sentence on Dreyfus has been or dered by the French Government. The English St. Leger was won byr Wildfowl, Jeddah being sec ond. i In the riots at Candia, Lien tenant JHaldane and twenty men of the'Highland Light Tnfautry were killed and 50 wounded. Of 1000 Christians in Candia it is supposed only 250 escaped massacre. General Polavieja, of the Spanish army, has denounced the ratten political parties as the canse of Spain's misfortunes. The death is announced of the Earl of Wiuchelsea. In the cricket match Stoddj.rt's team ?. Rest of England, Stoddart's won by five wicdets. The German Empeior has an onnccd that the new LabonrBill in he German Parliament will provide p.-nal servitude for persons mciliug strikes and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Charleville Fire Brigade. A tr. MEMBERS of the <Uh*v llri-.id. _£\. atrc requested to iwet al Br-ant's tortier. Alfred :ih<l Wills strct-l. on Satur day afternoon at ii p ill., fol* the pnr{*>.<c Bf'Brigade Practice. H. .T. CA RTER, Superintendent. CHARLEVILLE racist** cmib (Registered t}.T fl.) WEDNESDAY. NOV. 9, 1898. (Prince of Wales* Birthday ) 1. Opening Welter Handicap £10 0 0 2. Flying Handicap ... 15 0 0 3. Selling Race ... ... 10 0 0 4. Charlevilln R.C. Handicap 25 0 0 5.. Artesiun Weltoi Handicap 10 " . 0 6. Hack Race 5 0 0 £75 0 0 Nominations for Flying and Charleville Racing Club Handicaps to be in the bands b£the Secretary at the Victoria Hotel, C&arleville, not later than 26tli October, at 8 pm. Weights declared on 29tia. Nominations for Opening. Selling, and Artesian Races, night of general entry. 8thJSovember, at 8 o'clock THOS. F. KELLY, Secretary, (Tnttersalfs) Victoria Hotel, Charleville. « THE ELECTIONS ACTS, 1885 TO 18...

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'MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, September 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

' MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Latest by "Wire. t Queensland lews. Brisbane, September 9. | lit the Assembly yesterday, Smith moved for the immediate construction of the Bowen railway from Wangaratta towards the Reitl riv«T. Tile Premier replied that the Go ¥<'i'nltleut did not intend to tabic siiiy "'plana for new railways tliin 9 .««on. He personally favoured u spirted policy of railway coustrnc tion» bnt ".he Government minted first to get the opinion of the elect or* thereon at. the next general elec tion. The debate was udjonrtied. Hie Honse went .into committee to consider the estimates, and a long discassitn took place on the item of £1500 for the Agent General's salary. The Labonr party toofr exception to Sir H. Tozer's engagement for three years at an increase of £250 per annnm on his predecessors, and moved a redaction of the item by that amonnt. The amendment was negatived by 32 to 24. Ft recast : Generally fine, bnt tendency to thnnderstorms in the West. A scene occurre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 10 September 1898

Death. LAMOND.-On the 20th July, 1898, at   her residence, Charleville, Amy     Brooke, wife of James Lamond, Inspector   of Police, in her 35th year.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

So You 'Want A jThp Best Value arc Obtainable from W. Bl. PaHn?&?» M. - ICstuliKslicfl 1853. - STEIN WAY, LIPP, BRIXSMhAD, FEURIClT, COLLAHP, GORS & KALLMANN. CARL ECKE. CEBEL & LEtCHLEITER. Tim Wonderful Medici in Priced VICTOR and the Marvellously Perfect low priced E. BELLING. Each of these Pianos is «>t Spec'al Con struction for Extreme and Trying climates Require only Ihe Minimum Timing and Attention." It is in Consequence of the Exceptional - Satisfaction given i>y the Piinos tliey sell that PALING & CO'S Business has grown to its present Immense Proportions. lo Better Value Obtainable Supplied to any part of tlio Colony "on Easy Term?. cSs Co. are also Agents for Tbe glorious ESTEY American Organs for Chorch, Lodge, Hall, Sunday School, and Parlor. The fauions Band Instruments by BES SON and CO., and BOOSEV and CO. A Perfect Stock. Immense Stock of Accordeone, Concer tina^ Flutes, and Musical Instruments of EVEKY DESCRIPTION. Catalogues P...

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Jonathan on Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

^Fonatbun on Bull* A Hew York paper makes some re marks on Bdix as view by his alleged brother JONATHAN : "Lord Salisbury is an admirable type of modern England. He is a prod art of England's Inter decadence, moral and material. Still inflated with the recol lections of itp old renown, a certain por tion of tlie English people continue to regard and talk of their country as equal to the rest of the world in everything and superior to it in most. They point to its givat wealth, and boast about their ability to purchase defenders for the hour of need, forgetful of every lesson of history that the country was already lost, the bulk of whose , citizens had nothing to defend, and- that had to rely on mercenaries for safety. There is1 no question that whatever the English mny have been in the feudal days, tnev liave'ceased to be a fighting people. The records of the nationalities of the troops composing the armies_t'iat fought under Wellington in Spain in the early years of the century di...

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