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Operations in Cuba. BOMBARDMENT OF MANZANILLO 100 SPANIARDS KILLED. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Operations in Cuba. BOMBARDMENT OF MANZANILLO 100 SPANIARDS KILLED. Lonboit, July 22. News is to band that the American fleet has bombarded Manzanillo, on tho south-east; coast of Cnfca, about 85 miles from Santiago. Great 1<)33 was inflicted on the Spaniards, of wlioia 100 ace re ported to have hean killed. A force of -American troops has now been landed in the vicinity of Manzan illo, and an atiask npcn the place both by sea and land is imminent.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Murder at Warra. (From the Dalby Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

at Warra. (Prom tlie I}<tlby Herald.) The rami calm of placid Warn was rudely disturbed on Saturday eight and Sunday, when it bscama kno^n that a ghastly crime had bean committed in its midst. Tha victim o£ the crine was a native black-woman who went by tho name cf Nellia Pepper. Her body was discovered on Saturday night: in a niddcck ot thofcack of Best's Hotel, tlie slcull fcoins sashed in. Tha injuries were of a tearful character, asd death appears to have been instantaneous. Thera is no question as So how tha death was caused- Tho worn ra was brutally murdered, and tho weapon used appears to fcava bsaa an iron railway Jbolt, 2£t long, with a nut aS the end, which was :oversd with blood aad found lying not. for Erotn the bedy. News of the crime quickly spread abroad. h. telegram was sent to Police-sergeant Maguire, of Dalby, at once, and early on 3unday morning Mounted-constable Uillies let out on horseback for Warra. Soon after bis arrival there ha arrested two men wh...

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

Correspondence

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FURTHER AMERICAN SEIZURES. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

FURTHER AMERICAN SEIZURES. Losdojt, July 25. It is announced that the commamlor of the American warship Monterery has received orders U> seize Tap Island, one of the Carolina group, and also the Prlletr Islands, a small group lying be tween the Corolines and Philippine Islands. '

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LATEST BY CABLE. Peace. AMERICA'S OPINION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

LATEST BY GABLE. Peace. AMERICA'S OPINION. Losdos, Thursday. The American newspapers in dis-|j| cussing the question of peace between^ America and Spain agree that the latter most surrender C aba and Porto Eica, besides accepting American protectorate over the Philippines. The war party announce themselves averse to negotiations for peace until 1 Porto Bieo and Manilla are both cap tured.

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AMERICAN TROOPS FOR PUERTO RICO. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

AMEBIC AS" TROOPS FOR PUERTO mco. - Lospoir, July 25, Sfaffl {9 to ha»4 that three divisfon# p( I American troops have loft Chicknmausp and Tampa fur the Spanish West_ India Island o£ Puerto Rico, and it 13 considered probable that they will land at Guanica, on the sonth western coast of the island. General Miles, Commander-in-Chief of the American army, has left Guanta nairio, in Cuba, for Puerto Rico, with 3400 troop*, and will assume command of the expedition.

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THE SPANISH PRISIONERS. LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

. THE SPANISH PRISIONERS. London. July 24. Ia connection with the offer of the United States Government to ship to Spain and Spanian troops who aurrundered at Santiago and- other places in South eastern Cuba, the Spanish Government have intimated their desire that the pris oners should be conveyed to the ports of Vigo, Cnrunun, and Santander, on the northern coast of Spain.

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Houseless and Hungary. IN TWO CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Jjousdess and Hungry. IN TWO CHAPTEBS. CHAPTER I. Eth'e city of London, in two con tinguoua thoroughfares-the shabbiest, dingiest, poorest of their class-there are two Houaes of Poverty. To tho first, entrance is . involuntary. and rasidenca in it com polsorv. You are brought there by a catelipole, and kept there under look ' and hey until year creditors are paid, or till you have autrared the purgatory of an Insolvent Court rssand. This hortfle in tha Debtor's Prison of "Whitecroaa air set. I know it. I ' - have seen tha niyataries of tha Middle sex aide, and hasp heard the lament ing in the Poultry Ward. It3 stones have, sermons; 0at it ttos not to hear thorn that I travailed, last """ueaday oveninp, Cripplasjate-ward. My bnsi ? seas in Whitacroaa Street was of no debtor or creditor nature; for I ~aa there to -yisit another hoaaa of poverty, iaa asylum of the Society for affording Nightly Shsltar io tha Houseless. Let ma, in th3 first inatsncs, sla'ta briefly whaS this society pro...

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An Audacious Theft. HALF A MILLION OF FRANCS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

An Audacious Theft. HALF A MILLION OF FRANCS STOLEN. A theft of half » million franca has been committed to the prejudice of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Com pany under rather inexplicable circum stances. Among the wagpona of the company carrying luggage and freight through the street* of PaH» every day <3 ona which is entrusted with the transport across the clfy nf coin and ee, onritica. Tho valm-bl* package is unaally placed under the teat «rf *he driver, Ye*. terday It an happened that tba packages containing mon»-y »nfn tun oatne-fons to po nnder the seat, and th» driver p'need one In tho interior of the vehicle. When the driver got down at the .Place de. la Bastille he discovered that the package hid disappear- d. Daring the drive someone mnst have introduced himself into the trace";* and without attracting notice tsada nS with the packet The 500,000 francs was in aecnrilies, placed in envelopes, addressed tp the Credit Lyonnais. Thr identity of the thief fa n...

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Frozen Meat Trade. The Condemned Townsville Sheep. Weighed Only 28 Pounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

The Condemned Townsville Sheep. Weighed Only 28 Pounds. Tha .London correspondent of tha Sydney Morning Herald, writing; on the 10th of Jane, says: "The value of a Government brand placed on a carcass of frozsn mutton is jnat now beinz canvassed in Sroitbfield markets, owing to tha j seizure) of a numSfer of Queensland sheep br'Xiytifc by the Buteshire. There is a i good deal of wild talk about these sheep being diseased, and yet bearing the Government brand, and no doubt a con* siderable amount of damage has been done to tho reputation of Queensland mntton by this unfortunate shipment. Bnt all those who know anything about the colonies know qnite well that no inspector would pais diseased meat if he knew it, and that these were tbin and emaciated from disease-for that is the charge made here-and passed by the inspector is absurd. The inspector, un fortunately ha? no power to deal with condition. His certificate only guaran tees freedom from disease, and though the sheep were shocki...

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

1. .V . V \ v '4- * V\£ wik Si!i|li8P^i|ip|lii^Mrt , , , 's! . "~ , ,1 /j«- * . J V^ 0 K>i %-, ' A.*1*? 'ift-^CfM 0 » t " , <.- , ,-f,, v 1 mmmBmrn fflNMMft r-H V-X, fV, T"t . ftfi T?; V", > Y/,, rf'f® >> & u.^. -i~.' ., - \ '0^!0tr& liifv. Annual Municipal Appeal Court. rfis AJTMCAIi MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURr, will be held on THURSDAY, 1 Soptemhei 1st, 10 p.m. at the Coart House, Ctiarleviile. J. X. FREXOH, Town Clerk. A DANCE (PLAIN AND FANCY DEE S3) WILL BE HEED IS THE gcpeeii m mw OS Thursday, August 18, REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. Pianist-Miss Wildie. TICKETS i SINGLE, 8a.j DOUBLE, &. Queensland Railways. BRISBANE EXHIBITION, 1899. |^4HEAP EXCURSION TICKETS will be V issued to Brisbane oa 5th, 6tb, and 8lh August at the undermentioned fare*-vi2, Charleville to Brisbane, first class return £2 ; second class return, £l 5s.; Wjandra to Brisbane, first class retain, £2 '£».; second, £1 6s. 6<L; and frum all other stations weal of Bo...

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

H. GEDDES, SiRT, & CO., LTD BRISBANE, SYDNEY, LONDON jLti22.sa3.tal .A.g-eaa.clee. { i " . 'fi eo modem Freezing and Chilling Warehouse_ouMu«|jra'»e " ^ ijh, possessing an unrivalled position, is especially designed. ^ t bred and treated at the proposed Depflt at CharlfiVlllo v i, n ' Ja thenco into the Steamers hold, and clearly recognising <? ' Realization Iiavo made extended arrangeioonta far distnfe' iv {vision. MM& .. "t . ' i BHI IUE.AKD CHILLING DEPOT. fnFIEIiD INLAND CHILLING DEPOT. u 1 pAT AND P20DUCEMABSETS, SYDNEY f \ 1&22TSJ SOUTH SEISBANE ; v X ^ v ?.,)' V';H ,1 ^Q, ZLosadoaa; Cave Chamber® * 1 L A.M.P. 3nsld£ngs Brisbane CO.. TTm saj »» WaggOM Factory SET CHARLEVII.I.K. 1 £ (A- ^ fe, order all kinds of BUGGIES, WAGGONETTES, V ' ^ >?nd WAGGC " " ^ r '^V^visholtotocs. «4 V ' 1 f-O -r ^ , r< *5 ^ 3Y mi ' '>\(r I /'rnd TVAGGOi'ia at the lowest possible prices to suit the carry 7 tons for £85 with Polo JW* BEST WOBKMKN Lev...

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Colonial Seamen. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Colonial Seamen. I An influential colonial deputation, inirloding Lords Brasaey, Loch, Malock. and tbe Canadian Post Master Gvneral, waited upon the First Lord of the Admiralty, regard ing enrolling colonial seaman in the naral reserve, bnt Mr Goschen, while acknowledging tbe, sympathy of the colonies, pointed out serious obstacles connected with training colonial Bea | men for the navy. .

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The Proposed Yangske Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

The Proposed Yangske Bail way. Mr. Balfoar has announced that ! the British Government is not pre pared to guarantee railway com panies proponing to build the Yaugnke "Valley railway.

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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Week's Epitome. - The Grammar and Stato School Cadets of Brisbane , were entertained by the Premier on Saturday last .on a trip to PL M.S. R<>yal Arthur. Several birds belonging to the .Queens land Homing Society covered the distance between Dalby and Brisbane, about ninety miles, in less than two hours. A polo match between teams represent in:; Brisbane and Toowoomba respectively was played at Eai;le Farm on Saturday, and resulted in favour of the home team by 3 itoals to 1. Some apprehension was occasioned on Saturday by the floating ashore of broken oars, loaves of bred, und other things on th«* inside of Moroton Island ; but they afterwards proved to have J>een thrown overboard from the Royal Arthur. A splendid programme of twenty-four events was discussed at the Championship Cyclinsj and Pedestrian Carnival on Sat ' nrd»y Inst. ' The meeting was prevented from being the success it promised to be by the un usual weather conditions. B. Goodaon won the Australasia...

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

A BOON TO FITZ-WALTER n FREE INSURANCE SYSTEM. ARE PREPARED TO ISSUE TO y free Policies of £100 and <£50, insuring them in the event of DisaMement or Death bylMdent. in case of Death, " a txoat TTT^T?T V TTnDTPTP 99 £50 in case of Death, £1 per week if Disabled. AJjuvJj U1JLL1 D ilJliJCj. £\ per week if Disabled. GLASS TAILORING If wm ls£XTJIJI2sr&ZR-ir A SPECIALITY BEST HOUSE IN TOWN FOE: ZDIRz-A-ZPIESIR/^Y GROCERY, ii^03ST2ya:0i?rG-EiE,ir, IF^ODDTJaiE, SsG., &C1 *?> : ' '' .' -v.'-;-:"-.-- -'??? ?

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Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, 23th July, 1898. Before J. Vivian-Williams Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Legal. Charleville Police Court. Monday, 23th July, 1808. Beforo J. "Vivian- Williams Esq., P.M. Larceny.-Elhiaa Sakell»ries, J®" mand from Brisbane, appeared on t-iis charge. ? . _ Alexander Beuzies, acting-sergeant ot police, deposed: Knew accused; ala'> knew a man named .John Joseph Layden, the complainant in this case ; had a con versation with him on the 9tn instant; kiiHir a man named Pt»lmero Caporali ; saw him near Chnrlevillo on the loth inat-, >nil had a conversation with him ; he hauded me a ainall gold an-1 opal brooch which witness produced; on the 14th inst. saw a woman named A.nnie Jubostane, at Ciporali'a p'ace, had a conversation with her; on the 16 h inst. showed oxhihit to the man Joseph Liy den ; also showed it to a watchmaker an- ! jeweller in Charloville namod Jeanneret; Heard the warrant re.id to the accused in Brisbane; witness said to him, " were \oun»t atayinjj at Lucas' hotel, Chare ville. for some time hef»re and about the race time;" ha replied, "y...

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Explosive Bullets. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Explosive Bnllats. I w What Suftfeon-Major-Gencral Hamilton says about explosive bullets (says tho HospUal\ Is important, a3 allowing how very greatly their effects exceeded those produced by modem projectiles, erven when their construc tion is modified, as in the dutn-dom bullet, and we cannot fail at once to see how desir able it was that their use in warfare should be prohibited as it wai by the Geneva Con vention. As is well know, the old shelter, which, was a large expanding bullet, was a most deadly missle. It hai a hollow ip front which was filled by a plug of wood or clay, wftilo tbo bjge was also hollowed and pluged. On impact it became completely expanded and deformed causing most terrible injuries to soft parts as well as to bones. The next step was to leave out the plug in front formica a hollow spice there, over which tilt; lead was drawn, so that there wae a close cavity filled with air. On Impact this air wag strongly compressed, ai\j tare tlie ballet open,'much as a ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SypHET, Friday The General Elections.

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Dyamite v. Gunpowder. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Dyamite v. Gunpowder. Slowly, but surely, says tlia Sydney Daily Telegraph, gunpowder is going oat of dalo bath en m sod land. The day 'of high. nphmves is Fast approaching, and to this state of things ideas of warfare most soon bo adjusted. The advantage of hi^h^ ex plosives is that only a littlo power is required to convey them to the place where they are to do their wort. So far, however, the only attempts made by the United States in tho direction of utilising this high potential, if torpedoes bo accepted, are represented by the so-cnlled dynamito cruiser Vesuvius and the Dudley dynamito field gun. Tho former, wo are told, did great execution in silencing tho forts at the entrance to Santiago, and the latter is to be uacd in investing the citadel. The Vesuvius has on her forward dock three IBin. guns, which throw projectiles loaded with dynamito a distance of a mile. The ship is only an experiment, and her practical utility was regarded by naval authorities as very doubtful. Tho...

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