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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

ri CMf HAS & CO., The Queensland Drapery ll'arehonse. NEW DRESS FABRICS. : HEW DRESS FABRICS. The Display of New Goods In tliis j Department is Unrivalled. A Full Assortment of all that is! New in ... DRESS TWEEDS, CREPONS, SERGES, BEIGES, AMAZON CLOTHS. EVENING DRESS MATERIALS | In all Shades in ?NUN'S VEILINGS, CRETONS, SILK MIXTURES; AI.SO, EVENING DRESS NETS,] - < CHIFFONS, GAUZES. CASHMERES. CASHMERES. CASHMERES. 42m. wide, at Is lid yard, special value. French Cashmeres, in all shades, ?Win. wide, at. Is 9d yard, worth 23 6d. .Theae are ALL WOOL, and will clear | ^NAVY and BLACK SERGEI, iust opened, from Is 3d yard. SURAH SILKS,in evening shades, St NEW 7VELVETS AND VEL VETEENS, NEW MILLINERY. Bonnets, and HATS ? .new "HOSIERY, GLOVES, and SUN SHADES. CMPMAN&COMPANY -Are determined to reduce the large j Stock they hold of FLANNELETTE. FLANNELETTE. . FLANNELETTE. A glance at the following prices will j explain liow this is to be done . 1731 yards Best...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Daniell's Imperial Jleiiier, Hreprwf Staircase, Electric Ugtt. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS son LARGE FAMILIES. .Terms will be found Exceptionally Moderate ] DR. EMAIDY, Comer of Galatea and Wills Streets. Hoars of Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m.; \!~ 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. stm . Vaccination performed every FRIDAY at p.m. KlOCKETr& SHELDON, SOLICITORS, &c. OFFICES-Opposite C!onrt Honso. Alfred Street, Charleville. " Ma. J. F.F. LOCKETT, Commissioner _ f«r Affidavits forNew South Wales and Tictoria. HK. H. T. BOURSE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AS commenced to practise in Charle ville as aLEGAL PRACTITIONER. H CHAMBERS: Opposite the ConrtHonse, Alfred-street. H.J/CARTER AND ICO., CHARLEVUiLE, ~ FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION ANDGENEHAL AGENTS, > Reliable Information on all matters relating to Routes, Tariffs, &c. 'y Large Accommodation Paddock close to Railway. ' ; Stock Received and Tracked. ?£ j . ? M- ^ '? ' THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK, LIMITED. " Incorporate...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A meeting of the Central War | rego Pastoral and Agricultural Associa tion, to deal with various matters con nected with the Show jnst concluded, was held yesterday forenoon at the Charleville Hotel. Want of space pre cludes our giving a report this issue. The. local agent for the Qneena Iand Investment and Land Mortgage Company Limited, Mr. N. J. Wester gaard Nielsen, has received per train From Dalby til rains, 51 hogget rams, and 10 stads. They are from London, the property of Messrs. White and Hnnt, and are of the famous Havilah breed. The young rams show superior quality, and the studs, 4 and 6-tooth, will bear comparison with any rams in the surrounding district. They leave here in charge of Mr. White for the company, Pint ilia station. A fine piece of horsemanship by a lady rider at the Show on Wednesday afternoon was one of the events not duly set down on the programme, but which nevertheless caused a momentary sensa tion and a thrill of excitement amongst...

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WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

WEATHER AND STOCK N. J. Westergsiard Nielsen, general forwarding, commission, and stock and station agent, Charlevillc, reports :-I have information from Arburry, Birdsville, and other places near tho South Australian bonier, that heavy rains liavc fallen, and that the road to Hergott is now open. Fine weather prevails locally. I liave to report a few sales for the week in cattle, sheep, and sundries. and have submitted somo large lots of ewes and wefchcrs, bul locks and cows, rains, and herd bulls. Prices slightly ea ner for live stock of all descriptions, and as New South Wales has been visited with rain also, buyers are likely to operate more freely. I have splendid lines in sheep, stores and fats, also cattle stores and fats, stud herd bulls, Btud and flock rams. I have taken de livery of a consignment of 60 splendid rams trained from Dalby on account of the Queensland Investment and Land Mortgage Company Limited, Brisbane, for their Pinkilla station. Brisbane prices for sheep: ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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SOME CURIOUS ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

OMB CURIOUS ADDRESSES. By AS EX-pG3T-0FFICE CUBBK. THAT eome of {the superscriptions on the letters, eta, that,pass through the bonds of the Poat«Qgics officials are puzzling-, goes without saying, although (as our Editor can testify), with any due ab all to the addressee, the missivS is almost sura of delivery. Perhaps amongst the most odd and interesting are the versified one3, of which I have gathered a few examples. In 1821, Begent-streeb was known on Swallow-street, and the following was eenb to a lady residenb there: " Dear, honesb postman, be so kind To take this to a friend of mine. She is a Fox-Lucy's her name, In Swallow-street you'll find the same ; She ia a cruel, little toad, And lives nob far from Oxford-road." Hero is another: "Postman, postman, baste away To A--etreebi Cpvenb .Market, is yoor way; ~ '66' is on thfrcfoor Perhaps there maybe something more; As I cannot inform yon better, Ask for J. L., junior, and give him this letter." ' Another poetical address is th...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Sheep Section. Division 1.—Merinoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Sheep Nectlon. Division 1.-il lerinoes. 34. Rum, under 1£ years. Firet prize Silver Medal ; entry. 2h fid W M Irving & Co., Minnie Downs, 1 35. Ewe, nnder 1£ years. First piize, Silver Medal ; entry, 2h 6d R Turnbull & Co, Beyrick, 1 3(1. Ham, any age. First prize, Silver Medal; entry, 2t» 6d W M Irving 1 '\7. Ewe, any age. First prize, Silver Medal; entry, 2s fi1 H Ttirnlmll, Beyriefc, 1 CHAMPION PRIZE.-Silver Medal will be given in this division 39. Best Pen of 3 four-toothed Rams. fml Prize, SilverMedal; entry,2d6d~ " W 31 Irving and Co, Minnie Downs, 1 40. Best Rain, any age, to lie comreted for by holders of iimxing Farm only. Prize, Silver Medal; entiy, 2s Gd J .T Banks, Ebley Park, I 41. Bent Ewe, any age, to be competed for by holders of Grazing Farms only. Prize, Silver Medal; entry, 2s GI Geo. Coxon, Jondaryan, 1 42. Best Pen of 10 fat \V«;tlier« Prize, Silver Medal ; entry, 2s Gd .T Armstrong, Cliarleville, 1

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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MARRIAGE SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

MARRIAGE SUPERSTITIONS. FROM the very earliest times supersti tions and sayings have clustered round lovers, and it> is carious to notice now, through all the ages, from generation to generation, from century to century, some of these old beliefs about sweethearts and marriages and kindred subjects interesting 1 to an maidens have been passed on, so, that even in these days girls hold many of the same superstitions that tho Roman fwaMmm believed in eighteen hundred years aeo. Love and courtship are never likely tfgo out of fashion. As long as the world Ws, and the moon shmes, andyoun^iolks go on crowing up, so long wdl they wh«pw the same old yet ever now story, and tread tho paths that millions have trod themT Probably, therefore, our children and theirs, and generations to come after, will cling to tho familiar sayings and beliefs, and that in *.». 2093ib may be con sidered just aa unlucky as it 13 now for marriages totako place in JUay. Tho Romans carefully avoided this month ...

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Cattle Section. Division 1.—Shorthorns. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Cattle Section. Division 1.-Shorthorns. 25. Ball, 3 years or over. First iprize, £1 Is ; entry, 2s 6d N Z Loan and Mercantile Co.'s Bidden ham 1 26. Breeding Cow, with or withoat Calf. First prize, £1 Is ; entry, 2s 6d j Scottish and Australian Investment Co., Nlve Downs, 1 Division 2,-Herefords. 27. Bnll, 3 years or over. First prize, £1 la ; entry, 2s Gd J Armstrong 1 28. Breeding Cow. with or without calfJJ Flint prize, £1 1h ; entry, '2a (id J Armstrong 1 Dirinion 3.- Miscellaneous. 30. Pen of 3 fat Bullocks. Prize, £1 Is ; entry, 2s 6d Dillalnh Co. 1. W M Dickson com mended 31. Pen of 3 fat Cows. Prize, £1 Is; entry, 2s 6d N Z Loan and Investment Co., Biddtn hatn 1 32. Cutting oat Content. First prize, Silver Medal and Sweepstakes of 10s each ; entry, 2s 6d

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THE ETHICS OF A DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

THE ETHICS OF A DINNER PARTY. "EVER* dinner," says Thackeray, "is , good that ia good of ita kind," and | in BO for ss it differs from its kind, we would add, and approaches the ' machine-made type, it is, however i excellent, less than good. The ideal dinner i party, the one constructed on ethical , principles, gives duo thought to its dinner , and duo thought to its party, since each depends on each in the Thackerayian definition for any fall measure of success in either. Some people seem to give the one and some the other, whilst it is only in combination that an ideal is readied. "Good of ita kind" is the secret of success for menu and for puest, a generous exten sion of the ordinary style of living rather than an ambitions innovation on it. To this end the courses should harmonise to the level best of the native service, their sequence unjarred by bought dish or gloved greengrocer, and the guests should be chosen from those whose tastes, tempers, and habits are congenial; zoolo...

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HOURS OF WORK.1 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

HOURS OF WORK. THE following figures, compiled by a Polish statistician, shows the standard number of working days per annum in | various countries. The Inhabitants of Central Russia, as might be expected, labour fenresb days in the year, namely, 267- Then comes Canada, with 270, followed by Scotland, with 275; England, 275; Portugal, 233 ; Russian Poland, 288; Spain, 290; Austria and the Russian Baltic provinces, 295; Italy, 293 ; Bavaria, Belgium, Brazil, snd Luxemburg,300; Saxony, France, Finland,. Wurtemburg, Switzerland, Denmark, aad Norway, 302; Sweden, 304; Prussia aad' Ireland, 305; United States,.. 3CS; Hollatd, 308 j and Hungary, 312. It will be observeii 1 from this that, while the Canadian worldf?® man has only to toil, sfcatufcably, 270. dag's out. where he is erptcted to labour 3CG days. The Irishman and the Prussian are m the same category, with 305 days, or 30 days more than the Englishman and the Scots man. -

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Industrial section. Division 1.—Saddlery and Harness. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Industrial section. Division 1.-Saddlery and Harness. 78. Set Double Buggy Harness Prize, Certificate; entry, free - A Gaydon 1- . 79. Set Single Buggy Harness Prize, Certificate ;entry. free A Gaydon 1 . 80. Cart Harness Prize, Certificate; entry, free - A Gaydon 1 81. Set Four-in-hand Harness Prize, Cer 'tifiiaifrj-taliy, fwe1'-'-* . A Gaydon 1 ?82. Set Shaft an<3 Leading Harness Prize, Certificate; entry, free A Gaydon 1. 83..Set Plough Harness Prize, Certifi cate; entry, free A Gaydon 1 84. Gentleman's Saddle Prize, Certiii cite ; entry, free . A Gaydon 1 ? 85. Stock Saddle for station use Prize, Certificate; entry, free .. J Partridge 1 86. Lady's Saddle Prize, Certificate ; entry, free J Partridge 1 87. Best Collection of Saddlery and Har ness Prize, Silver Medalentry, free \ A Gaydon 1

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THE CHAMPION MISER OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

THE CHAMPION MIS KM Of THE WOULD. The distinction of champion miser of th«» world goes, in s)>it<> of th<» claims oF all other competitors, to M rs. Henrietta Green, i»F New York, who is t lie lucky possessor oF a little income uf .lM-Hrt,00o a yenr. One would, very naturally, perhaps, expect a lady possessing- lliis slice of the world's treasures to live in. palatial mansions, keep thirty or Forty servants, possess magnificent steam i aclils, buy the finest ami most expensive j-iveticry the world ean produce, and have gowns Froai Worth. But if one expected rliis From Mrs. Henrietta Green, it wuitld only lie to receive a startling and painful shock, for Mrs. Green is, to put it kindly, one of the most frugal-minded ladies who ever walked this ear:h. Out »f h*r income of .£480,000 a year she spands less than £100; and she is probably the most unhappy of her sex, since she;lives in perpetual fear of thieves and robbers. Mrs. Green is the daughter of a gentl...

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Special Priars. HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Special Priars. HORSES. 91. LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S HACKS Prize, £ 2a, presented by J Armstrong-, . Esq, for the best Lady's mul Gentle man VHacbs ; to be ridilen together on the groiind Entry, 2s 6d Messrs Learinontli and Carters' Copt and Spec 1 ; \V J Young's Graysteel and .Victor 2. 92. TBO'ITISO HORSES-Prize, £2 2a, pre sented, by T P Archer, Esq, for the Best Trotting Horse or Mare in saddle. ' Entry, 2s 6d W J Young's Dolly 1; A G rial's Kitty 2 93. HIGH JUMP- First prize, £10 10s, pre sented by A H Pegler, Esq ; Second Prize, £2 IOfl, presented by G B Bider, psq, for Hie Best High J utnp; weight. 12st Entry, 10s. A Collins' Napoleon 1; E J Kellett'a Mentor 2 94. HUNTERS-First Prize. £5 5a, pre sented by G J Fitzwiilter, Esq ; Second Prize. £2 2s, presented by Stessrs G H Wildie ana Co, for tlie Best Hurler; open-to Horses and Riders front any oftba Australian Colonies ; the Horses to be judged for general Hunting qualifications, and tone tried over such . fences, not exceedin...

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The Sketcher. A Western Poker Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Tlie Sketclicr. A Western Poker Story. Salt Lake City, December IS.-It was . yet an .hour before the train was due here to-day when, bavins read the last . page of the latest magazine and ex . tractedall the news from the morning paper, I strolled Into the smoking-car in search of- amusement.' There I- found : a typical "Westerner of the earlier days ? regaling another with a story arid sat ; down behind the pair and listened. . " Waal, as-1 was saying," the speaker . continued, " the wnst sold lot'ot game I ever knowed was out in Eureka, White ; Pine county, Nev., some four or five years ago. Eurekawasa lively mining camp them days, and of coarse there .was a poker game running1 wide . open in the one big saloon there. I bad some business out there that year that kept ?me in Eureka for four or five days, and ?when I hadn't anything else to do I use ter watch the game. Sometimes it was real amusing. .......... : . " One day in particular they was a stiff game on, and a tall sort of ...

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A STRANGE COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

A STRANGE COINCIDENCE., Chestxrfield STUCK UP : "I nofcicoti tHnfcJ you turned to look behind you vrhen vtbM"] boy whistled a moment ago.. ^ureljf' you | did not think he was whistlinsjfor you V j Brumetl M'Al'ister : "Of course apt' tj only turned to see what you were, look" at. ' , Chesterfield Stuckitp;Whyjk-t^a-, just whai I: turned for. ; \ Both (together) : " Wiiai tiH i"

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"Our Earl." [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

" Oiir Esirl." There w;1s a time in tin's very century when women and children. worked twelve anil; fotirteen hours a day in ! English factories. Men: scoured the colli)try to bny children, whom they sold a;»ain into the bondage of factory slavey. Day and,night the machinery in the cot j ton factories was kept, working, one set i of children toiling I>y day and another. tbv,niglit:'' Slnny of these poor creatures died while they were still young. but tliose who 'lived' became deformed, ema 1 elated, and wretched beings. scarcely de serving the name of men and women. It i was the Earl of Shaftcibnry who was .Instrumental in passing, the law that I women fliitl clulilren should \\ork Imf i ten hours a day. and who was the mean*, I 3f beneliting tboir condition Incalt-ul ably. The story of .the great decision or his life, to throw !n his lot with that of tilt? poor, is an interesting one. Michael .Parliament for STewttr1/. 'had J&tftailutetf- bis-fauioii; ntt"Teu Hours Sill"...

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Short Story. Victor's Silver. (Written for the "Observer.") [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

Victor's Silver. By CHRIS. DAHI». (Written for the " Observer.") I I had received an invitation to spenu ! my Christmas holidays at Hollydale, my ! friend Victor Colliss's residence at Mer ?rale-a little out-of-the-way -Tillage that - possessed only one decent street, but . that could boast of quite a number of handsome villa residences, the- habita tions o£ well-to-do .people who had re tired to the country to find-a haven of peace and rest. ! The invitation came just at an oppor-1 tune moment, for I had been wondering what I was going to do with myself dur Ling the holidays, and the thought of a i rest in the country, and plenty of fun- : for Victor was a jolly fellow-was a | cheering comparison to the hot, dusty city. So I packed my trunks and booted a | railway passage, to use an office tern>-» procedure that after all only meant talk ing about the journey to your taends-t.h the last moment, and then bujmg your ticket like au ordinary person,. wbicn, no doubt, I was. ' I was ...

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THE DINNER HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

THE DINNER HOUR. 0ss sounds fromibeGily chufijW passed cn frcsi ono 'tosrJir to another, V'S tise beaA* of tfift fc'irrying crowd; bnlt a.^ iim stroke o: " ona'' is a bosiueis soon |<3i^ pctesdof, th» sounds sn^iit escape noti<|$ jt *ece -atA; for » .een&'aL^^-isaXyjji^ asp&iA-oI vhe Citycrswiis int"-*T of business or pieasum iwswja.tq^-Lve an equal intentnes3 of hungcr.'TheJ were full before, but they are fulk" Fleet-street is almost impassable ; V, Hill showsa sea of heads; policemen request you to " pass along " as i .wedged among a crowd of both scxe Paul's Churchyard, while Cbe<ip*i>| mighty stream of people with eddies about each eatin^-houso or coffee-room. It is the great dinner-hoar tM sounded, and not only in the City, over England, the summons is responded to. What are thsy doinl ".fr 10 ^,^0^, \t .kester; iul raagem, the steely and brazfii. s Ui. j»vusf,.9 tarry Liverpool ? Why, txwlyhig fyaic! dinners everybody; mercha...

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

CATTLE. I 120. BULLOCKS-Prize. £2 2.-% presented by U and J Jacks, for the iV-st Pen of 3 Fat Bullock* Entry, 2.i 6d ' Dillalah .C«y. 1 121- Cows- -Prize, £2 2s, presented i»y Messrs Cox and Scaly, fur the Beat P«a , of 3 Fut Cows Entry, in fid X Z Loan and Agency Co. 1 .... 122. SHORTHORN' COWS - Prize, Silver Medal, presented by T A Brodie, Ewj, for the Best Pen of 2 Shortliofacowit. ' nny ugc ; with orwithout CalfTjjihtry, 2s tkl :. Scottish Australian In vestment Co, Nive Downs, I 124. Special prize of £1 Is, presented by 6. W. Pitt, E:«|, for the best collate tion of ladies* fansy work: Miss Wildie 1 ' " 12a. Special prize of 10s Ctl, presented by Messrs Spence and . \ViliHe,'"for the' best colli clion of oranges,-not leU than six grown in t'ie district. J Spence 1. The Farmer and Grazier for May is to hand, and we are glad ito not* that oar yonng contemporary is making sore and steady progress. Each issar ?>3, i." possible, an improvement upon tb« other. The ranjje of subje...

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AN HOUR FAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 30 May 1896

AN HOUR FAST. X Ten: bands of the clock point^i to ilfas hour of 11. 1 Being night;, it was, therefore 11 p-m. 1 It was the hour when gnrtwywAs ajfd other things yawn. All except the yonng man calling on girl. .§ ? In fact or fiction, gay or eerero, $wti young man never yawns. ' A If he did the humorist might revers# Sf a personel of his stories. 7 As before stated, the hout \raa ll p.ait, the yonng man"was there, as wa& tho girl, but the graveyard wasn't. The yawn, however, was. The young man had been jtal&pg, talk ing, talking. All at once, by some strange power,' attention was directed to the clocfc. " Bless my soal," he exclaimed;it ig o'clock." " " Yes," the girl assented, cageriy. Then ho took out his watch. " Why," he said, " that clock ia an !vr fast J" Sho looked at him silently, pemwuivsty appealingly, eloquently. "Bnt yon are not, are yon?" she o?k^ tremulously, and a minute' later he wa& softly closing the front door behimiftitn. .

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