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Death. Mrs. Clifford. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Death. Mrs. Clifford, On Thursday night Mrs. Clifford, the wife of Mr. W. Ciiif»rJ, off Messrs. Cobb and Co.'a factory, died, after a compara tively abort illness. The unfortunate lady was recently confined, and, probably owing to the inflaenzt wave now passing aver Charleville, she caught cold, which rapidly developed into inflammation of the lungs, terminating as already stated. The employees of the factory, Mr. OlifjTurd'a co-workers, unauinjoqsly agreed to suspend worlf on Friday afternoon, iqt of respect for the deceased, atid to ittend her funera!, Great sympathy is felt for Mr. Clifford tnd his six children in their bereave, nent. The funeral was largely attended m Friday afternoon. j A convention of managers of the leading | ire insqranca companies of Australia is i >e{ng'hel4 iq Bn?bat}e. ' j

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Current Events. Ikspectok Fitzgerald (pays Westcrn'Slar) arrived in Buna by train on Monday night* from Brisbane, and it once tonic up the quarters recently vacated by Inspector ^Douglas. Inspector Fitzgerald enters upon hi» dutes here right away. Mr. F. U. Shepherd, Inspector of Stock, returned to Cliarlevillo <ro Satur day last after three weeks* absence in Bris bane, where wo understand, ho was ordered to assist to decide tho question of whether the Lo<^n district was tick in fested or. no. Whilst in Brisbane, Mr. Shepherd ^received lessons from Air. Pound in the most improved method of inoculation for tick fever. Wis have been requested to draw attention to an important sale of impounded stock which take place at the ponnd yards on Tu<-sdav nwtt at 12 o'clock u-ton. Twenty head of reallr Rrat-clns3 draught htrness and saddle burses will i>e disposed of to the highest bidder. We aro informed that ttu-se horses aru all in grand condition, and ar...

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THE CUBAN INSURGENTS. GENERAL GARCIA AND GENERAL SHAFTER. BLOCKADE-RUNNER CAPTURED. LONDON July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

THSCHBAI? INSURGENTS. GENSEAIi GARCIA AND GENERAL SH&FTSR. BLOCKABE.RBNSE& CAPTURED. Lonbok Jnly 24. News has bsen received that «he Se gtalcs, a British steamer of 2567 tons, owned by the Red " B " Steamship Com pany, was captarad by tbo Americana whilo attempting to run the blockade at Havana.

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THE Charleville Times. SATURDAY, JULY 30TH, 1898. THE MITCHELL RABBIT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

THE CJarlebtUe Ctrnes* Saiubdat, Jtrti 30TH, 1898. THE MITCHELL RABBIT BOARD. Otis Bulloo correspondent in another column criticises the last annual meet ing, of the Mitchell Babbit Board, held on the 6th instant, in a manner which can only bear one construction. Ho considers the Board badly and extrava gantly managed. The writer evidently wpeaka without his book when he says he considered ''the Board exceedel their power entirely in spending anv money except in the construction and I mair.tenancn of the main Mitchell Bab bit Board fence." The powers of the* Board under the Act are almost su preme. Clause 38 of the Babbit Boards Act of 18S6, reads, "The Board may cause to be affixed and kept, affixed to any fence within the district, whether it was erected by the Board or not, wire netting or any other appliance which the Board think desirable for the purpose of prevent ing the incursion or migration of rab bits." Again clause 45 gives the Board or the Chairman of the Board power to...

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FEVER AMOUNT THE AMERICAN TROOPS LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

FiS ViSlt AMONft THE AMERICAN TROOPS hosiios. Jaly 25. Beporta received Santiago state that 1500 of the American troops there are suffering from fairer, and 10 per cant of tbs cases are yellow fever.

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THE CUBAN INSURGENTS. LONDON, July 25 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

THE CUBAH INSURGENTS. Losbojt, July 25 It is reported ibai iha Cuban' ia3urw geato hzve oactarsd Jiaara, a small town oa tha corta-easi coast of Cuba.

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THE CUBAN COMMANDER AND GENERAL SHAFTER. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

THE CUBAN COMMANDER a2JD GEU3RAL SHAFTER. Lcssoir, July 25. Ab recently reported, General Garcia, the leader of tha insurgents in Cuba, informed General Shaft er, the American Commander, that the Caban3 were dis gusted at the indignities to which thoy had been subjected, and they therefore refused to co-cperate further with th» American Sroops, and for the future would act independently. General Shaffer haa now written to General Garcia in reply, ozprasaing sv gret at She withdrawal of the Cubans. 3nd slating that ha recognised tha valuable azaiatanca "4ha6 had been rendered by them. Reports from Washington 3fate that the United State3 authorities consider that the Cabans onght to have been treated with more lact GfoeraX Miles has invited fifty Cubans to co-operate with the American force in the attack on Puerto Rico.

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THE BOMBARDMENT OF NIPE BAY. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

THE BOMBARDMENT OF JNIPE BAY. LOOTOU, July 25. Further details of the bombardment of the Nice Bay, on the North-eastern cowt of Cuba, by three American warships, state that the shells from the Topeka sank the old Spanish cruiser Jorge Juan in twenty minutes- The Spanish garrisons at Sipe Bay than capitulated, and the gnnhoats Cnracoa and Nigeria also sur rendered*

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Negotiations for Peace. THE SPANISH PREMIER'S OPINIONS. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Negotiations for Peace. THE SPANISH PREalEER'S OPINIONS London, July 25. The Times this morning publishes the statement that Signor Sagasta, the Spanish Premier, considers that the pre sent moment is favourable .or opening negotiations for peace with America through the French Ambassador at Waah |ngt oa.

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The Philippine Islands. AGUINALDO DECLARED HIMSELF DICTATOR STRAINED RELATIONS WITH ADMIRAL DEWEY. INSURGENT ATTACK ON MANILA. LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

The Philippine Islands: AGtJINAXDO DECLARED FIMSELF DICTATOR STRAINED RELATIONS WITH ADMIRAXj DEWEY INSURGENT ATTACK ON MANILA. ' London, July 23. Report* received from Manila state that Aguinaldo, the leader of the insnr genta iu the Philippine Islands, has now declared himself Dictator, and has pro* claimed martial law throughout the isfemds The relations between Agu'naldo and Admit .''I Douey, the commander of the American itoet at-Manila, are stated to be very much strained. The insurgent fojrces have recently made two attacks upon Manilla, both of shicii we re repulsed by the Spanish garrison, and the insurgents lost 500 men.

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SPANISH CRUISES DESTROYED. London, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

SPANISH CRUISES DESTROYED. Londok, July 24. It is reported that; three American warships bombarded Kips Bay (B«hia de Nipe), on ibo aorih-eastern coast of Cuba, and 3cccseded in silancinsi the Spanish forts si that place, and also destroying tlia Spanish warship Jnrge Jnaa, an old iron cruiser of 935 tons displacement;.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. Hooley's Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Latest Cablegrams. LOXDOST, Thursday* Hooley's Insolvency. Mr- Hooley, tba well-known, com pany promoter, recently adjudicated insolvent, made sensational disclosures at his examination regarding Bums paid to various titled persons and the Press in connection with the promotion of his companies.

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District Doings. BULLOO BITS. (From Our Own Correspondent). July 16th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

District Doings. BULLOO BITS. (From O.ur Own Correspondent). - July 16th, 1898. BKAtrrirus shearing weather prevails, and since' my last, Emadilla, JfickaviUa, ana North Comongin sheds are in foJl swing. At Nlctowilla som.3 of tho rouseaiboufcs o first refused to siga under 30s, alleging that it was given at Retreat Station this year and was recognised as the ruling rato on the Baicoo. However, as Milo, which is loohed upon as the arbiter o£ the wage question in this district, was only giving 25a, as hitherto, sufficient labour was soon forthcoming at this nilBi and everything now is in full swing. The carriers are loading freely at the old rata and already sovcral loads oi wool in the crea-o are en route io Charleville from Jdilo, Emadilla, and Ifickavilla. Tha wool is mora earthy and seedy than last year, but decidedly tetter grown and sounder. On the .whole the snuz-tters discern a glimpse or ,unlight ahead, although the aruuety con sequent on the cvcr-increasing bidden of local ...

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Charleville Land Court. SITTINGS, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Cbarlevilld Jjaad. Court. SITTINGS, 1898. Friday " 19 August " 16 September " 21 October I* 18 November 18 December

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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Stock and Station. \ : Sqnatiers, Agents, Drovers, and others ,wishing to pi! lish report* of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which hare taken place m their respective districts, in this eolamn, will kindly forward the information to as to reach this office not later than Friday oreningB, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. TIMES Office, Friday. 337 cows passed the common on the 26th instant fur Riveraton ; H C. PegTer, owner; A. Jones in charge. We are sorry Us have to announce that Mr. Pegler bad the misfortune to lose 38 head of these fine cows by death. The mishap occurred at the Lost: Waterhole, <>n .Ambatballa run, snd was the result of tlie stock ending a poison plant similar to that which proved fatal to a mob of travelling cattle passing through Gumbardo some eighteen moLfe.B* since. Oar Morren correspondent reports: Therp passed the township on the 22nd instant 68* bollocks from Angellala Downs to Mussvcl brook, for s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

3testo033 STot2C33. DR. KIRKALDY, o£ Galatea &nd Wills Streets* Eooivof Consultation:-9a.m- to 10am;3 p.m to 5 pjn»; 7 p»nu to 9 p*m Vaodnation performed every FBIDAY at ( JMO. CHEMIST, . . Stationer and Newsagent, j C8±arle"<yiHe» Xtf*a and Now Wew Tear Cants, great . ' variety; Birthday Cards, Ptioto Frames, Photo Albums, Paint Boxee, Jtpnete Vases, Inls Stands, Juvenila Price Bocb, Toy Boois, 8erial Volumes, Lett?* Diaries, &c., &c. Country Older* Punctually Attended To. INSPECTION INVITED. P-F-P ELL, - - Sdlcitor, - - CSARLSrtLLBL ? .< Lftle of Power* and Bobinson'a, and o T. | Bun ton's, BtUhw, COBB AND CO (Limiizd.) ROYAL MAIL COACHES 'jlflji COAciaS of tho above Lino will JL EDS as FOLLOWS until farther notice i- . AogaihsHato Taabor-Mondsy, at 6 aja Awgat&olla to *CiiarIe7illo-Safiurdsy, at 7 wa. . . AflaTalt to CiaxlarSls-Saturday's and Tee# day's at 5 a-is.. - - Ju&rala tolwrscaicSiiji-Tjsssday at 7a-xa BltrVill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

The Gharleville limes, v - SUBLXBSSD SVSB7 Saturday Morning. TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION s Towh ... Ss. Od. per Qv»t<i OouaiBT 6s. 6d. per Quarter SraoLK Copy, Gd. ADVERTISING CHARGES. One Inch 4a OJ, JSretj additional inch or fraction of an inch ... 2s. 04 SiAuonra Advertiseubjjts.-A liboral Discount will be allowed for all Standing Advertisements. Births, Marriages, and Deaths (which mast well authenticated and paid for in odvanco" 2a 6d. each insertion. Notices of Applicationfor licensed Victu aller!* Licenses, or for Transfer of same, £1 Orders to withdraw oralfer Advertisements miist be sent in in writing to command atten ion, and the number of insertions required mast be legibly written on each advertise ment, otherwise they will be published untij ountcrmanded, and charged for accordingly. Standing Advertisements cannot bo With drawn before the erpiration of the Current Quarter, in which cotico is given, anles3 on the understanding that each insertion will be paid fcr on...

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The British Naval Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

The British Naval Policy. The Russian Press baa received Mr. G-oa.-hen's recently announced British Naval Polio; with remarkable*, equanimity.

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THE WAR. America and Spain. THE-DESCENT ON SPAIN. LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

America and Spain. THU-DESCENT ON SPAIN. LONDON, July_ 23. Keporu received from Washington state that a naval descent on Spain will only be taken aa a last resort in the event of the present war being protracted. There Is, however, at present no real sign of submission on the part of Spain.

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Prince Bismarck. HIS HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Prince Bismarck. HIS HEALTH. noted German professor declares that Bismarck is in no immediate danger.

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