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

NORMAN HOTEL, WILLS-ST., CHARLEVILLE. ("Witliin a few minutes* walk of tlie Hail way Station .) ££S£XE Cc ESffRIGHT HAVING Taken Over t!>(» Norman Hotel Iia = jiIoa=iin> in announoirsr to Iiia fripnds anil «!ie public genorally that he is ptvpwil to nflVr flip Rost Arcomm^Iation Pro«iraW« in tlie West. SnilwnFPrivato Rnnms. Spoeial Provision for Families. B»inple RaoniR. Cnisino a speciality. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF YTIXES, SPIRITS, AND BEERS KEPT Commodious Stabling*. Well Grassed Paddocks. PUGGY MEETS EVERY TRAIN. TERMS ST1J1CTI.Y MODERATE. L. C. JEN RIGHT, Proprietor. CHARLEVILLE MEAT WORKS. STOCK are now Iwinji Boolccd for these Works, which commence Ojieraiiur-B in Three Weeks. Applications for Pates to he sent to tbt TJndi-reiguvd JT ML. CSEJUfrES, BIRT & CO,, A.M.P. CHAMBERS, BRISBANE. 15th Septcnser, 1808. Hullo ! "What's this ? TED OSSflLL, fi now the LandM of tiro Newly Erected ^IS-OWRTE J-^OTEL f*t th» Wnrtl OrosMnjr on the Ynirnn'-iiTe Roarf>. whrr? fi*»...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

. llinltt <«» (Selectors. 1. The Jan«l agent's "AIcm is oppti l.«fly for-tlie r«cei|>i .iif :<|»,>l.'cjtitni3 For I tod faeiwpii'ilic Imiiis >-f 10 u.iii. and (- p.m., (in Saturday, tvlirn it [llrt- ill 1'2 ll« "II 2. ».»r I.-nxt -ilclihl Im'tfi* :.| |>'inn?" :.t ll>i» Imlir .iili' il'J I.Xfl I'j | r i- .!?!.(:>rin^; tut- !m-«l . | <.!.. u ft 11 ?»'c!"fk S.tli. : 'l't:iji*aHn any- laud Unselccted trill be open for selection from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications mr.y l» lodged before llie hour and «'ay mentioned in l|](> prrcl&uiatiixi, but they will not have priority over t!»»-<. at th<* \>nr tienlar Iionr ? n . l»«- day fixed '>y I,r"~ plantation. applxntione are treated nP l>eing Mnuilt«nie«»usly rwiviii. 8. i lie liiml hi-Fore lodging tlie ni«|i'Vati..t>. sis dis:ij.pi»intmeiit ami money m y lie savi-d thereby. 4. ir«"ne land Iw surveyed be save and procure a map of same Troiii the l,u-:...

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The Border Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Tbe Border Rates. Mr. B. J. Gray, the Queensland Rail way Commissioner (says a Sydney wire of Hit* 18ili") left by the mail train to night for Brisbane. Sir. Gray urns seen this afternoon, and said the conferencc or Railway Commissioners Iiad proved useful in many ways, particularly in as similating the practice- in connection with intercolonial traffic. The vexed question or lurdcr rates was however, no nearer settlement now than fire years wgo, and the New South Wales Com missii>nei3 meant to try as hard as here tofore to divert the traffic of South western Queensland towards Bourke. No projosition submitted by Mr. Gray as a settlement of the present unde sirable and unfair competition was en tertained by the New South Wales Commissioners ; in Tact, Mr. Oliver, the Chief Commissioner of New South Wales, plainly intimated tliat if the Queensland Commissioners quoted lower than class rates within their own colony, with a view to the traffic now going iteross the border Leing seat...

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

Always Cheapest Hou§c PI A SOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS. CORNETS, At.COIOEONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, PICCOLOS GUITARS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES, AUTOIIARFS, POLYPUONS, TAMBOURINES, ZITHERS, MOUIII ORGANS, DRUMS, An! every bind of Brass or other Instru ment for Bands ami Orchestras, and Musical Instruments anil Fitting of every description. IMMENSE STOCK. LOWEST PRIDES. ImmenM! Stock of MUSIC, now publi atiius, by almost every miil. Music Catalogue (117 p:ige») sent post five. AVOID flWrjEKIOBR GOODS. W, H. PALING & CO. LTD., Aie Solo Agents for Pianos:-LIPP, llie genuine Lipp ami Solin ; BRINSME.U), M'EIXWAY, COLLARD, Julius l'Vurich, Uel'el & Lccliltiler, Carl Ecfc<\ Gore & Kalhnau, the wnn-Ierful medium priced VICTOR, and the astonishii gly perfect low priced E. BELLING. Every new Piano sold by V. II. Paling & Co., Ltd., not only has special metal frame hut contains various modern im provements in construction for extreme climates. It is in ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Intercolonial. Sydney, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

I iitcreoloniAl. Sydney, September 23. weather lws been experi ciiivil in Sydney and oLher parts of .New South Wales, heavy trim! storms in some districts doing considerable dam age. At Nimity belle a man named Baker was pinioned to a dray by a falling tree and killed. Seventy shearers at KiKarnev Station hare gone oat on strike owing to a dis pute regarding cooking arrangements.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Sere and Elsewhere Fkoji a Thargomindnh wire we learn that Mr. Hesfcetli, Government Elec trician, arrived tlierc on Saturday, and made a thorough examination of the Divisional Board's electric-lighting plant. He also inspected the overhead bare-wire system, and | .renounced the scheme to he a decided snccess, and complimented Mr. Holmes, the board's electrician, on the efficient manner in which he had carried ont the work. KING Death (says the -'Observer") has laid his icy hand on another of our most prominent colonists in the person of Mr. James Crombie, member for the Warrego. The roll-call has certainly revealed heavy losses daring the past few months, and the deceased gentleman is one among those who will be missed most of all. His career ns a Queens land colonist has been a lengthened one. He came to U3 jnst as we were setting ont for ourselves : when the Never Hever existed in actnal fact, and when men of enterprise and grit were needed to conquer the wilderness which is a wi...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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'MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

' MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. i atest "by Wire. ^accuitland Brisbane, i. ejileuilvr 23. Iii the Assembly yesternight Mr. Story moved that the work or destruction <il r:tl.l>its he made a national undertak ing i'> a greater extent than at present. .Mr. Foxton in reply said that the Government canld not do more tlian carry <>u the present system. He inti mated his intention of introducing a hill to extend the present Rabbit Act for five yars. The debate was a 'journed. Further progress was made with the Kr-iini.-ites.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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THE COMING ELECTION. MR. HOOD'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

THE COKING EHCTION, MR. HOOD'S MEETING A meeting: to hear the views of Mr. W. W. Hond, one of the candidates at the approaching election, was held in the School of Arts on Tlinrsdny even ing. There was a very fair attendance of electors. Mr. John Armstrong took the chair, and Messrs Aeschimann, Nelson, Chat terton, Echlin, Manning, and Connors occnpied seats on the platform. Tlie Chairman briefly referred to the death of the late member, Mr. James Croinbie, and introduced Mr. Hood as a candidate. He asked that Mr. Hood be given a fair hearing, and annonnced that lie (Mr. Hood) wonld be prepared to answer any questions at the conclu sion of his speech. Mr. Hood said he was coming before them as a thoroughly local man. All his interests were in the Warrego dis trict, ar.d he came Ix'fore the electors on entirely Independent lines. Whilst he wonld give his snpport to any measures that wonld be beneficial to the district r.r the colony lie wonld oppose anything he considered detrimental...

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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Sporting Scraps. At the Championship meeting of the New South Wales Amateur Cyclists' Union, the Ten Miles Australasian Championship was won by Goodson. of Queensland, by six lengths. In the Two Miles Handicap several riders fell, anil .James Tooher was fatally injured, his shall being fractured. The annual bicycle race for the 100 miles road championship of Victoria was held on Saturday. -There were seven teen starters, and the winner was A. A. Middleton, who covered the distance in 7 Honrs ]4niin. 20si>c. A. C. Forbes, G. R. liroaillx'St, P. G. Iredale, and A. Calder finished within (Jsec. of Middle ton. The A.J.C. Spring Meeting was brought to a successful close on Satur day, when the weather was again fine, and the attendance about 14,000. A great race was witnessed between the two cracks, Amlierite and Merloolas, in the Randwick Plate. At the distance Aniberite appeared to have the Queens land champion settled, but when Smith applied the whip Merloolos answered with a great ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

B*4»Das3«%aa S»ar.<i. as thedate of nomination ; pulling takes place on Saturday, 22ml October, anil the writ is returnable on the 31st of the same month. Mr. U. J. Garter is the Returning Officer. Mr. Hoo.1 addressed the elrctors Iirli'll v on Thursday night when he was accorded a patient hearidg. He left. for lirisbnm* this (Friilav) morning, but will only lie absent for a few days. He is announced l> speak at Morven on Saturday next, afterwards visiting Auga thella, Adavale, anil otlier parts of the electorate. In response to a largely signed re quisition, Mr. C. D. Francis has dccided to come forward on the Independent ticket, and a meeting to hear his views on political matters generally is arranged For next Tuesday evening. Mr. D. Bowman, well known as a labor organiser, is the chosen of the Labor Party in the coming contest, and a bevy of followers cf Mr. Glassey arc expected in a few days to speak in sap port of his candidature.

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English and Foreign. London, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

Kn^liixli and Forei London, September 22. At the London wool sales competition is keen and prices Itave a hardening tendency. Asliton Binn and his guide were killed while descending the Alps hl Chamounix. An attempt has been made to wreck a mail train on the London and South ?Western line. By a fire in a grain elevator in Toledo U.S.A., eight persons were barned to death and nine others fatally injured. Japan is supporting the Czar's pro posal Tor a couferencc on the question of international disarmament. Tho republic of Columbia, 'South America, has severed diplomatic rela ! tions with Italy. Colonel Picquari and M. Lebiols have been charged before the correctional tribunal in Paris with referring to the contents of documents concerning na tional defence which were produced in the Dreyfus case. SI. Cambon, French ambassador at Constantinople, has been appointed am bassador in Loudon. The "Daily Chronicle" ha* lieen mak ing inquiries with regard to Louis Rougemont, whose narrative o...

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The Missing Link. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 24 September 1898

The Missing Link. " Darwin says tlie monkey was the first to walk and talk," nntl while many persons believe in the theory, there has been great difficulty in finding the miss ing link between the man of the present day and thn monkey. The missing link between" sickness and health has, how ever, been discovered in Bile Beans f»r Biliousness, and the great worth of this remedy is very capitally illustrated in the ease of M rs. Jane Colman, of Beau ford-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, who ss-id to a reporter : " For 13 years I was in a delicate state of health, my earliest symptoms being violent retching and pains in the head ; these were shortly followed by a complete loi-s of appetite and restless nights. I had several of the best doctors in Newcastle in attend ance on me from time to time, and tried all kinds of patent medicines, but I could get no real relief. It seemed, too, that what little I conld eat I could not digest. Dreadful pains would mw and again come in my hack and kidney...

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Farewell Father O'Sullivan. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Farewell Fatbcr chair anil explained tlint the oi^iWof their meeting was to say faiewell to Father O'Snllivan, and also to present, him with an address. as a Pin,'ill token of the esteem in which they hsltl him. Father O'Snllivan had done yeoman service as a townsman and as a clergy man. The best men were always sent to the front, and this no doubt was the reason which actuated the Archbishop in wilding Father O'Snllivan to Cannn ninlla. He only hoped that the people of Cnnnamnlla would appreciate him as he had been appreciated here, and he could assure him that Charlevillc wonld be glad to welcome hitn back if he should at any time return to their midst. He had much pleasure in presenting in pre senting him with the address, which read as follows : To the Rev. Wm. O'Snllivan. Reverend and Dear Sir, We, your parishioners and friends, hearing of yonr early departure to take charge of the important district of Cnn namnlla. desire to place on record this smrll token of the esteem in wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

HOTEL, WILLS-ST., GBAKLEVILLE. * T (Within a few uiinntQs'.walk of the Railway Station.) LESLIE OR EMR1GHT HAVIK(t Tuken Over the Norman Hotel ha? pleasure in nnn'umcir.j; to his frienils urn! ..]<? politic generally that !»' is prepared to offer the Rest Accommodation IVycurul>:e io Ilie West. SuiU'Rof Private Rooms. Sj^ciul Provision for Families, tfoiuplu Ilooius. Cniainc a speciality. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF WI.NES, SPIRITS, AND BEERS K2PT Commoilioiis Slaliliiifl- Well Grassed Paddocks PU6GY 5IECTS EVERY TItAi.V. TERMS STRICTLY MODERATE. L. C. EX RIGHT, Proprietor. CHARLEYILLE M E A. T WORKS. STOCK nre now heiug Booked for these Works, which commence Operations.in Throe Weeks. Applicatious for Dates to be s:nt to the Uutlersijriied J IK. CJEIH&ES, BIBT & CO,, A.M.P. CHAMBERS, BRISBANE. 15th Septeraer, 1898. Hullo ! What's this B TED ISSSALL, la now tliu Landlord of the Newly Erected 0g%.OWREE ~K=rOTEL (at tbs \V iinl Crusbliip on tlie Ysirranvnlc R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

You are possibly on ffBae B?«£iGa£ off JS&- B&Sbb^ W re -s~mB LI para: (ions ffiM" tin© SUPE&JfKTCr JLFf® £§? 5JiT0JfB.52 BB IB. 5 ii _ T"" S13ASOMS. * * -y>-g>o arorr Jj'oitcra'r thai? J', 3 ^ -Alfred. Stxeet, It AS A !Pl&l%SSWa.AliL"C~R n Sio c»ii a Hani oast: all clashes of I&reQses fftsatt Cor ITif, ©rajrisi ality, ITinfsIa, and Price caainof Sic ex3.re3Ec3l is iSse CoSoiij. SAMPLES AND MEASUREMENT FOIiMS SENT OX AIMTJCATIOX'. THE BON llMUih DR. KIRKALDY, Corner of Galatea and 'Wills* Streets. Sours of Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.iu to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed every FRIDAY at p.m. ,G. N. HE'LL, [SOLICITOR, CHARLEYILLE. . Late of Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bnnton's, Brisbane. $ 1 H> J. CARTER AND CO., % CHARLEVILLE, i FORWARDING, CARRYING* ^COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS, I? Reliable Information on all matters S^prelating- to Routes, Tariffs, &c. Large Accommodation Paddock close to |_-Jtai...

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DEATH OF THE PREMIER. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Brisbane, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

DEATH OF THE PREMIER. (BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Brisbane, September 27. A telephone message from Yer onga at half-past eight this morn ing stated that the Premier's condi tion was very critical till three o'clock this morning. He then fell asleep, and as a resnlt his pnlse has slightly improved. The doctors are now more hopefnl. Later. The Premier thns far has lost no gronnd during the day, bnt the doctors consider the danger stage has not yet passed. The Assembly to-day after tran saction of formal bnsitiess adjonrned as a mark of sympathy with the Premier. Brisbane, September 28. Mr. Byrnes died at ten minntes to twelve last night. The doctors state that his condi tion was no worse than had been the Cii.se several times during the past few days, bnt near midnight the heart failed qnite snddenly with ont warning.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Our l*arBiument. A special meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Wednesday evening the Aldermen present being Messrs Armstrong (Mnyor), Gibbs, Brennen, Siuith. iinil Fitzwalter. Aid Smith moved that the minute ailoptiug the baianee sheet be rescinded. Seconded by Aid Brcnnen and carried. At the «?nal fortnightly meeting of tlie Conncil the Aldermen present were Messrs Armstrong Gibbs, Bronnen, Fitzwalter and Billiugton. . Correspondence was read from the Gharlcville Progress Association asking that a footpath be fi»r.ned iu Wills-street lea.lmir to the railway station; that cs be planted in Will#-stre-t ; that a rMil be formed leading to the cemetery , that the nuisance caused by stagnant water in Bradley's gully be attended to. From F- E. S. Griffin returning the timoninl he had received and regret- i «? that the kind intentions of the: Mayor had been rendered abortive by the interference of the Conncil a servants J From Yeates Bros, stating that the rail and sign they had e...

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Sporting Soaps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Sporting1 Soaps. Cycling is attracting more than usual attention just now in Charleville and qaite a number of new disciples of the wheel are springing ap. We hear that several of the local men intend trying tlieir lack at Rama on the 9th of No vember. ! A cricket match between tea ma cap tained by Messrs E. Stephenson and G. Hooper took place on the Recreation Reserve on Sunday. Stephenson's team batted first, compiling 55, the scorers being Beverly 11, Bray 5, Stephenson 9, Smith 11, Abood 9, , Regan 2, and Power (not out) 8. i The opposing team reached a total of : 113, the captain securing 57. The' other scorers on the victorious side were . ; Richardson 10. Carlisle 10, Robertson \ 6, Murphy 3, Kroni 11, Hooper (P.) 9, | Carter 1, Power 3, and Barber (not out) r i3" - I I Charlevillc has this week lost one of : its prominent cricketers in the person of ' Mr. I. B. Faunco who left on Thurs day for Sydney. We hear also that we are shortly to lose another well-known figure in the ...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

The "World at Large TIic date or the first wool rale to 1* held in Brisbane lias been fixed for tli 22i>d October. The trial oT the Q.N. Bank cases i o"e»u>nience on tlie? 2-tth October, 01 which date special sittings of the Su preme Court will begin. Mr. G. W. Po vor lins been appoint- . .o prosecute on belialf of the ('f"111 !l 'he Roma and Touwooniba Ciicu. Courts in October. Tlie time for the payment of rei Is ?.(' runs with the tick quarantine area lias l>ee«» extended three months. Shearing is in full swing at a nnntl>»r if stations in the Hnghenden distrier, .mil several others have ent out. A conference of local authorities was l.eld at Toowoomba, at the invitation of be Major, with a view to taking con certed action in tlie matter of appointing :ij«prc:or to deal with diseased cattle ami meat exposed for sale. The bodies of Anderson and Power, the prospectors, have been discovered in tlie lm>h in tlie Boeburnc district, West ern Australia. A L >an Biil for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

tetib. CHRONIC INDIGESTION. Terrible Fits of Biliousness. MANY DOCTORS FAIL, But CLEMENTS TONIC Provides a Complete Recovery. THE CASE OF MR. F. BRUNICARDf. From iha FrtemasCa Journal June IS, 1893. (Br Oils SPECIAL REPORTER.) WHEN our repo ter called be found Mr. BitiifaoAjiur in the factory, 596 Harris, .tract, Ultimo, lie: was engaged iu artist iully decorating a novel thing in east fklon frames, which ho informed our reporter be had patented. On a shelf in the ftotoiy was plainly discernible a half emptied bottle of Clements Tonic. ~ 111 was iufortiieJ you are quite cured," questioned, our reporter, pointing to the bottle. " So I sun, i uiu thankful to say," replied bet, " but I still reckon to take a daw of Clement* Tonic now and then aa a .art. of preventive and. to ward oil any-ill .Beets Ukt might occur to the through the peculiar nature of my business. There is dust," ountinoed Mr. Brunicardi, "floating . in tie air of this factory finer than the finest floor. It la so fine...

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