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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Here and Elsewhere As far as can be ascertained the line to Cunnamulla vrill tie opened on tlie 11th of October. The Ministerial paity are expected to reach Charleville on Saturday 8th prox., and proceed on their journey down the Warrego next day. SOME passengers from the West were rather surprised on Thursday when they found they were nnable to procure any refreshments at the Charleville Railway Station. When are the Department going to accept or reject those tenders ? The local Fire Brigade held their first practice on Saturday last. Although it took more the fotm of an experiment than anything else the volunteer? ac quitted themselves very creditably under the direction of Superintendent Carter and Captain Clifford. Charleville, with out doubt, possesses all the elements necessary for a first-class brigade, and now that a start has been made we hope that' "practice" will continue. Upon that depends the efficiency of the brigade and the value of their services in case of a fire br...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Dread Foe. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

A Bread Foe. Ia nncirilimi countries if n-. man makes. an onemv he Ima (o be con- . ? stantly on the qui rive night and day .. lest Ills foe come npon him' unawares and kill hhn. In this pnli^ht^Red land . of oars the law Ifk? -ml that sticlt : things do not occur. There are some things, however, that neither ch ilization or the law can pro vent. Even to-day an onoffensive citizen may be set a [ton suddenly and almost without warning by some dread disease. Influenza is especially prominent at thi* time of the year, and it sets apon its victims in an slantingly sadden manner. It is in reality an aggravated form «f cold, sup plemented by s general wp.ihne.es of the whole system, and may be cnretl by Bile Beans, at a cost nf Is 3d per box. These Beans can be obtained at all chemists ; Australian Dppot, 39 Pitt street Sydney. Queensland Agents, S. Hoffnnng and C<»., Brisbane. Ordi | naTy colds, it is well known, are caused by the congestion of the blood, wliicb, a3 a rule, is...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Charleville District Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Cltarleville District Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE PAUL. The September sitting* of the Dis trict Court were held on Wednesday before His Honor Judge Paul. The legal fraternity were represented by Messrs Dickson and Lakin (barris ters) and Dyball, Locbett, and Bell (solicitors). There was no bnsiness in the criminal division, and in the civil division the following cases were heard : WINTEK v. MDKWEH DIVISIONAL BOARD. This was a case in which Airs. L. Winten, lessee of Bogarella ran, claimed £150 damages for trespass from the Marweh Divisional Board for damage occasioned by the defendants construct ing a road from Bogarella head station to the boundary of Babbalora, on the eastern side of the Warrego, and the depreciation in the value of certain cattle grazing on that portion of the run ennsed by the disturbance created by the servants of the defendant Board. Mr. Lukin, instructed by Mr. Dyball, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Dick son, instructed by Mr....

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

..NOJWMAJN : HOTEL, , WILLS-ST., CBARLEVILLE. (Within a few-miuutes* walk'of the Railway Station.) LESLIE C. EHRXGSET . HAVING Taken Over the Norman Hotel ha? plwr-uro in announcing- to liis friends and 'he public generally that he is prepared to offer the 15est Accommodation Procurab'e in the West. Suites of Private Rooms. Special Provision for Families. Sample Rooms. Cuisine a ejuciality. ii-'i-ONLYTHE BEST BRANDS OF U-IMS5, SPIRITS, AND BEEIW K2PX. . Commodious Stabling. Well Grassed Paddocks ' BUGGY MEETS EVERY TRAIN". TERMS STRICTLY MODERATE. L. C. EN RIGHT, Proprietor: Hullo ! ft What's this { it TED ~HASS&Lt, la now tho Landlord of the Ncwlv ' J> .!..l CTEI. . (?it tt>*- \V»nl Crushing on tlie Yarronvale .j^Jtoad). where lie liojes to meet all his Old <T and new friends". GOOD FISHING and SHOOTING in ttie KeijjhVinnrtiu; <1.. Bnt Liquor* Hit.! (Jinul Are»iiiiiii»!utioa . Horn? Fie.l n|\-a\s on li in.l l"ir Sale. Drovers, Ctiriu-iK.-ii..! ui...

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

r SPRING SEASON, 1898. SPBING SEASON. 1898. Tkc - l?5a*s£ - Jurriral - of - SHEW - £r®OD$ - at Xl'E3^E3 BOIT 3^-^.230^3CE ras seau^ci- AJ$J& spasmESS, weab. TON INVITED, and ONE Insi THEY CANNOT BB EXCELLED. ' | .INSPECTION INVITED, and ONE Inspection will convince the uiosl obstinate that for PRICE, STYLE, AN D QUALITY, : SPECfAl WOT ICE. I I 11/ 11 WOULD Specially Draw yonr Attention to tho Chansps just effected in his ®res*H«afclnSf it- YV ,_Jj% Dcpurtmoat, and can now Guarantee that all onlors will be cxscutcd with Stsrle, "T^7"or323aa.aa3.s2ajLp, aad Igrftmpfrrt <=><=i«=t J. M. BBIAfT, Charbvilb. DR. KMAIiDY, Cornor of Galatea and Willsl Streets. Honrs of Consultation-9 cum. to 10 a.w. 2 p.m. to 5 p-m. ; 7 pjm to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed every FRIDAY at p.m. iGr. N". BELL, [80*JLC*T0», CHARLEVILLE. Lata of Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bunion's, Brisbane. . H. I. CARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, . FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Our JLocal Parliament. The fortnightly meeting of the Muni cipal Council was held an Wednesday evening, the aldermen present being Messrs Armstrong (Mayor), Billington, Fitzwalter, Brennen, Gibbs, and Smith. Correspondence inwards was read from Messrs Overell and Co. asking that tte palings in the fence between their pre mises and the Council be fire feet in height. - From Mr. E. F. C. Manning asking that the valuation of his property, near "Mr. J. W. Ward's, should lie reduced to the same basis as Mr. Wards. Front the District Engineer, Roma, stating that the fencing of the railway across the common would be completed as early as possible. From Mr. C. T. Williams stating that he had repaired the footbridge as requested by the Council, and directing attention to the condition of the gutter. Aid Brennen said they would have to do something in this matter as Williams' allotment and those adjoining would be flooded in the event of any heavy rain. The Clerk was instructed to attend to t...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Warrego Marsupial Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

| Warri>s:« ifflanupiul BS«»»r«l. A meeting of the above I5'ia-<1 was li.-l.l on (lie I-lfh inst.. tin; ineiubeia j.rc.-er.t lifinjj Messrs. T. A. Orx'Iie (chair), A. J. Mackenzie, and I. E. Pl'Vt'>Il. | The following correspondence was road :-From Paroo Marsupial Board, askirg for copy of by-laws.. Prom P. R. Gordon, re claim from Bnlloo Mar supial Board. From P. JR. Gordon, sending report of operations for 1897. From P. R. Gordon, enclosing copy of petition from Adavale district. From P. R. Gordon, enclosing copy of by-laws as passed by Minister. The by-lairs as passed by the De partment of Justice were adopted. The clerk was instructed to have them printed in book form and distributed to receivers Proposed by Mr. I. E. Peyton and seconded by Mr. A. J. Mackenzie, That permits be forwarded to all members of the Board at the same time as the by laws. Carried. Proposed by Mr. A.- J., Mackenzie and seconded by Mr. I.'.£.- .Peyton,That a second assessment for i898 of I...

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Mitchell Rabbit Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Mitchell Babbit Board. A meeting of the above Board was ' held on the 15th inst., the members j present being Messrs W. W. Hood ! (chair) J. E. Peyton, W. J. Young, T. <r. Millar, A. H. Pegler. T. A. Hamil ton, VV*. H. Calder, and T. A. Brndie. An apology was read from Mr. J. Murray, M.L.A., and on the proposal of Mr. Yonng he was granted leave of ' absence. SUPEKINTENDESTS REPORT. Charleville, September 14th. 1998. To tbe Chairman, Mitchell Rabbit Board. Sir.-1 have the honour to report that since tbe last meeting I have (actinic under j your instructions) visited the localities of [ the two proposed cluck fences. I also inspected the northern extremity of the District Fence. Re the connection of tbe most easterly station rabbit fences with tbe Leichhardt Fcnce The line 1 would recommend is that described and shown on the map laid on tabic. All this line is good fencing | country with the exception of about three miles across the range. I inspected the fence along the Ce...

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Lemons in Fever Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Lemons in Fever Gases. The following article treats of the use of lemons iu a case of rheumatic fever which proved of au usual severity. Mr?. Bceston, oF Jane-street, West End, South Brisbane, is the lady who vra3 afflicted by the ailment, In discussing the subject, a well-informed writer makes the following remarks :-Mrs. Beeston bears no trace of the terrible suffering which she for forty years en dured. Her firat serious illness fol lowed on a cold contracted through get ting wer, and that dreadful scourge rheumatic fever-supervened. In treat ing her for the fever, the medical man gave Mrs. Beestou instructions to take large quantities of lemon juice. He succeeded in relieving her from the fever but her system was completely run down, i and her blood impoverished. Another j attack of rheumatic fever came on, and | that also the doctor managed to beat off. j "But .1 was left tprribly weak,"* said Mrs. Beeston; "my teeth suffered through taking the juice of as many as six lemons a ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Murweh Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Hnnrrh Divisional Board. A meeting of the. above Board was held OD the 14th inst.. the members present beincr Messrs G. W. Peyton (chair). I. E.- Pi>v»«n. J. Partridge, A. Band: A. J. MaeKenzie. D. Lorn, and T. A. Bmdie. A qoaniity of correspondence. waa read and considered, and tlie following resolntions were earned :- . Proposed bv Mr. I E. Peyton, sec onded by A. .T. MneKenzir, that the Overseer be inotrneted-»«> orct a pntnp suitable for the i\nsrntliella well at a cost notexceeding £20. the pump to lie erected at once.-Carried. Proposed by Mr. Partridge, seconded by Mr. Band, that tl»e Overseer ba allowed the sum oF £4' lft> to cover the expenses incurred in the case Winten v. the Board.-Carried. Mr. I. E. Peyton proposed, Mr. Partridge seconded, that the report of the sab-committee re burr-cutting be adopted.-Carried. Proposed by Mr. T. A. Bn»die, sec onded by Mr. A. Band, that tenders be called For cutting burrs in all sub-divi-" sions in the Murweli Division:-Carrie...

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

Pare, Fragrant, and Soothing Tb* mat Perfect and Mildest ft&KM etw ejirei to the Qaeetukaul Fnilie. SatoS f*r i£a Mild a*£ Soothing ?Wjiuf>u. - Maaafkctatad by » smr rtunasa, wUcb lulai- aad knags foxtb tlw aataral Arana . aontaiaal la tfco leaf wttlwut tho to* of oaassoas bpeilnli tied by Hinnikctarai to sfrs to IMr XMaeeoa *a*rU2cial mad tcsptiag Amos. ® IVY TOBACCO ? MES A BOOT EKMMHE A M0K& LIMITED, WINE, SPIRIT, & GrElNTET1?, AT, MERCHANTS. STATION & FINANCIAL AGENTS, THAR60MINDAH. lave on laid a Large Stock of Fines, Spirits, Beers, ail SPECIAL PRICES ABD TERMS CAR BE ARRANGES FOB LABGE ORDERS. TiESH GOODS ARRIVE EVERY FORTNIGHT. LEAHY & CO, LTD., THARGOMINDAH.

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Stockwhip Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

Btocknbip Stories. They had been te.Jinpp stockwhip stories till the tea in the old oii-keg was ran oat, and the smoke was thick enough -to be sawn. Jack Hastings remembered a fellow on the Diamantina who conld cat down a cow with his whip, skin her, .and carve np the carcass. Doyd had rat his way through two miles of thick scrub with his new whip, and offered his "solemn oath" in corroboration. A i white headed yoatb, new arrived, had a relation who conld take a stockwhip in either hand, and write his name in the bark of a white gam with the left wea pon while playing a jig with the other on a tin dish at five paces. Harry Clark thonght t!'at"pretty considerable," but he had met .1 fellow in Bonrke who conld poll corks with every stroke of his whip, and wind up his Waterbury watch by flicking at it from reaching distance. Presently the new arrival with the clean shave and cross eyes, ventured a remark. He was an inconsistent man, who had excited grave suspicion by saying grace at t...

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The Railway Rates. INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 17 September 1898

THi© ItBit&lWj&y .Rates. INDIGNATION" MEETING. A public meeting for the purpose of protesting against the alteration in the " through" railway rates was held in the School «>f Arts «n Monday evening. Thi! attendance was an uuusually large one, being the greatest seen in Charle ville For a considerable time. In the absence of the Mayor (Mr. J. Armstrong) Mr. J. F. P. Lr.ckets was voted to the chair, and explained the objects of the meeting. The people of Charleville simply wanted common jus tice, and did not feel disposal to sit down quietly and see trade taken away from them. lie called on Mr. Francis to move the first resolution. Mr. Francis, in moving " That this meeting views with indignatiou the ac tion of the Railway Department in de priving Charleville of any benefit of the through railway rate, and thereby.prac tically compelling all W cstern settlers to do their business through Cunnamulla whether they wished it or not," said that the trouble was that an u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

WINE, SPIRIT, <fc GENERAL MERCHANTS. STATION & THARGOMINDAH Have 01 laid a Large Stock of Wines, Spirits, Beers, aid General M. SPECIAL PRICES AND TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED FOR LARGE ORDERS. FRESH GOODS ARRIVE EVERY FORTNIGHT. P. J. LEAHY & CO, LTD., THARGOMINDAH.

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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

MONTHLY LAND COURTS. Tin; Lainl OoniioisFiiuier attends at Clinrlerilli- (Chaileville District) tlie iliiril Friili'y in. each month. Snrat (Sarnfc District) second Friday Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Roma, fust Wednesday. The Land Commissioner will be l>lr;iyetl to <rive all necessary information !.> fnien.Iiiifj selectors. The Land Agents at the almvcuained l>I:nu .< ivill r< ceiVe applications, show map.-, etc.

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The Coming Tyranny. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

- 1 toe C'omittcr Tyrnnny. The familiar claim of tLo Ti.iliour party is tlmt tlipy are t ho party or un shackled mind. mitl that the other side are slaves Tin* changes have Ixvn rung to uenrinoFB on tin- Government * rf»fis" who cannot call their sonla their nun ; arid the Lai our mind is aflame with zeal For the twene <>f the unfortunate, In he civil servant or private citizen,' who lias been .'coerced" into this or that line .of conduct We had seri oai. suspicions of the party's zeal for freedom when two months ago they came forth from conclave nilh a linm mcred-out forty-plank platform without * single dissentii nt. Nov suspicion has risen ond broadened into daylight cer tainty. For we learn from the discus sion in «he House on Wednesday that . t iey --or some of them-nro prepared to enfoHf t heir crei d by j asns and penal ties as no coercive capitalistic Govern ment has ever yet done. Mr. Stewart . moved that the salary of ihe Hon. John Doujlus, . Government . Res...

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Breaches of the Licensing Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Etr«a«he» of tbe Licennlns: Act. At the p.tluM co«it oa Wednesday, before tin* Police M-igistrate, and Messrs W. G. Uillington and M. Alexander, J.J.I'., M. Dalton, licensee sf the School of Arts tlotel, was charged with supply ing liquor to a child nnder the a«je of fourteen years. Mr. Ii > -kett, for defendant, pleaded gmlty, mid explninel the circumstances. The police di I not press the charcrc, and the Bench inflicted a line of 10s with 5s 8d c ists of court. II. G. Smith, licensee of the \rictoria Hotel, was charged with a breach of Section 7H of the Licensing Act by sell in * liquor during prohibited hours. Mr. Lockett for defendant pleaded "not guilty." Acting-Sergeant Benzies stated that at.ont 7.30 p.m. on Sunday night Iasc he heard a noise in the defendants licensed premises, the bar was lit up, and the door off Alfred-street was open. The door into the bar parlor was also open, and the top half of the door be tween the bar and parlor was open There were eight or nine m...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

The World at Large J miles M'Dunnell, a passenger by tlte Me.mier Woliowra, from Western Aus tralia, was killul at Toivnsville on Satur day night hy the train which connects the jetty with the main railway Iiii'\ j Mr. Giay, the Queensland Railway , CotnimVsi'iricr, says the question of b;>riler rotes is »s far from settlement n< ever, and tliu New South Wales missioners mean to try as heretofore to divert the traffic of South-western Queensland towards ISourke. A nnmber of Australian miners have returned to New Zealand froui the Klon- _ dyke, and give a most discouraging re port of the field. Mr. George Wyndham. 51. P. for Dover, has been appointed Under Srere tary for Foieiirn Affairs in this British Min'Hi y, in succession i<> Mr. Cnrzon. The American Commissioners who are to a'tend the peace conference have sailed for Paris. I Tl:ev have been instructed not to irO'ltTy the American demands, to refuse to discuss the question of responsibility For publi...

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Dentil of Mr. James Crombie, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Dentil of Mr. James Crombie, WLJL.A.. Mr. James Crombie, Member for the "Warrego district, died on Satur day evening at his residence, near Brisbane. Although it was generally known that the deceased gentleman had snffered from ill health for a considerable time, his death came as a shock to his many friends on the Warrego. Mr. Crombie was a native of Scotland, bnt came x>afc in the early fifties when tliegold fever was at its height. He had a fair share of success as a digger and afterwards tried his hand as a farmer in Vic toria. In 1862 he came to Queens land and engaged in pastoral pur suits. In 1888 he first entered the political arena as member fer the Mitchell electorate, and at the elec tion of 1893 he snceessfolly con tested the Warrego. In 1896 he was again returned, and continued member np to the time of his death. Besides his position as a politician Mr. Crombie held other important offices. His demise removes one more from the ranks of the old pioneers who have helpe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Von are possibly on tl»e Point of ISsikins: Pre parations Tor the AFD S1JWMEK kbmows. * - * Ao ar«T JFoitcnsx that ISJlS -^-Ifreca. Street, A DBESSlflAKGR niio can turn out all clashes . ~5SHj|pE35 of Presses tlaat for Pit. Origin ality, Finish, and Price cannot be excelled in tlie Colony. SAMPLES AND MEASUREMENT FORMS SENT OX APPLICATION", T IE, GhrMk BR. KIRKALDY, Corner of Galatea and Wills! Streets. Honrs of Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed every FRIPAY at p.m. <G. 1ST. BET/L, [soucrron, CHARLEVILLE. Lata of Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bunion's, Brisbane. H. I. CARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, FORWARDING, CARRYING. COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS, Reliable Information on all matters relating to Routes, Tariffs, &c. Large Accommodation Paddock close to Railway. Stock Received and Trucked. B. CftOZIER, ALFRED-ST., CHARLEVILLE, GROCER, Prodrice Merehftiitt FitrrriiBEB, &«. CHEAPEST House in Town, as be!...

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