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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

MONTHLY LAND COURTS. The Land Commissioner attends at Charleville (Clmrleville District) the third Friday in each month. Snrat (Sarnt District) second Friday Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Roma, first Wednesday. The Land Commissioner will he pleased to give all necessary information to intending selectors. The Land Agents at the abovenamed places will receive applications, show maps, etc. The woman who hesitates is won. Man ivnnts but little here below, anil beeps on wanting. Fools makes feasts for wise men to eat and get the goat. In the reproof of chance lies the trne proof o£ a good bluffer.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Hints to Selectors. 1. The land agent's offico is open ilailv for the receipt of applications for land between the hoars of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., except on Saturday, wlien it closes at 12 noon. 2. Intending applicants for land should lodge applications at the hour and day faxed by proclamation declaring the land open, usually at 11 o'clock a.m. Thereafter any land nnselected will be open for selection from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications may be lodged before the hour and day mentioned in the proclamation, bat they will not have priority over those lodged at the par ticular hoar on the day fixed by pro clamation. Sncli applications are treated as being simultaneously received. S. Iofflip before lodging tlie appl't-u'.ioii. :»?.> ills;i[;»iointmeiit ami n*;-v I"' saved '* 1 "" renter breadth »r fron:age to a main water course nr road nmrts than two thirds <»r the depth. 1 7. Kncli application must be lodged in triplicate and signed in full by- the applicant either personall...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Chat with a Compositor. HIS EXPERIENCES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Chat with a Compositor. I HIS EXPERIENCES OF LIFE. 1 Life as seen from a compositor's frame makes intcesting reading for tlio out side public. Fenr have so frequently the opportunity of stndjing the manu scripts of well-known men and women leaders of science, politics, literature, and fashion-as the patient type-setter. And his impressions on life are always worth listening to. Perhaps he a literary fragment from the manuscripts before him, and so always has a food of recollections to draw upon. A composi tor well know in colonial press circles Mr. William Eastwood, of Stanley, street, South Brisbane-lately gave oar reporter some interesting items WI have been lately employed on the Bris bane "Telegraph," said Mr. Eastwood, "and have ha<l a good deal of exper" enc». Eight years ago, as a result doobt of confinement indoors, the first* , symptoms of what afterwards proved a | serioas complaint, manifested themselves. My right breast was the first place to warn me of coming...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COMING ELECTION. MR. FRANCIS'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

IIS COMING ELECTION. MR. FRANCIS'S MEETING. Mr. C. D. E. Francis addressed a I meeting of the electors of the Warrego j in the School of Arts on Tuesday even- ; mar The chair was taken by the Mayor (Mr. John Armstrong). The Chairman read a telegram respecting the health of the Premier (the Hon. T. J. Byrnes), and then briefly introdnced the candi date. for whom he asked 3 Fair hearing. Mr. Francis said that this was the second time he had came before them frit their suffrages, and liefore giving his political views lie would like to explain why he came forward a? an Independ ent instead of in the Labor interest. He had been accused of ratting, bnt that was a distinct falsehood. It was nearly six years since lie last stood, and every man conld modify his views. (Ap planse). He had exactly the same main principles as in 1893. The labor platform had since undergone a change and there were no ground * for the charge of ratting which had been made against him. He thought the Labor party ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Always Cheapest Boose for PIANOS, ORGANS?, VIOLINS, COR X E'fS, ACCORDEONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, PICCOLOS GUITARS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES, AUTOHAUPS, POLYPHONS, TAMBOURINES, ZITHERS, MOUTH ORGANS, DRUMS, avoid ?HTXRIOR GOODS. And every bind of Brass or other Instru ment for Bands and Orchestras, anil Musical Instruments and Fitting of every description. IMMENSE STOCK, LOWEST PRIDES. Immense Stock of MUSIC, new publi atious, by almost every mail. Music Catalogue (117 pages) sent post free. W.H. PALING & CO. LTD., Pianos:-UPP, the genuine Lipp and Solin ; BRINSMEAI), STEIN WAV, COLLARD, Julius Fenrich, Uchel & Lecbleiter, Carl Eckc, Gors & Ivullmun,' the wonderful medium priced VICTOR, and the astonislmglv pcrfect low pricid E. BELLING. Every new Piano sold by W, II. Paling & Co., Ltd., not only has special metal frame but contain; various modern im proveuienta in construction for extreme climates. It is in conseipience of these improvements tha...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of the Hon. T. J. Byrnes. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

J. BByfi-Haes. n November, 18(50. His early educa tion was received at the primary school, Bowen. H<; ivon two Slate school scholarships-first oil the list of success ful comp"fitors-and in IS74 entered the Brisbane Graimnai School. During his stay thorn lie won the Liilley gold medal three times. ll« was most suc cessful in the Sydney University Jnnior Examination anil the Melbourne University Matriculation Examination, passing first on each list. He also won an exhibition to the University. When at the Melbourne University he won several scholarships and passed with hononrs, talcing the B.A.. and L.L.B. dejjrees. He was calh-d to the Bar in Victoria in 1884 and then returned to Queensland where he read in the cham bers of Mr. Real for twelve month?,com mencing thi> practice "f his profession in 1885. He speedily attained a lead ing position an-1 has been engaged in nil the most important cases in the Snjireme Court. Upon the formation of P Government by Sir S. W. Gri...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tbe Girl Who Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Tbe Girl Who Blushes. Blushes are of sevrral varieties. There's the modest Mosli, the angry Hash, the j.iyfnl blu.->h. and the slwmsr fal blush. Girls blush an all sorts of occasions. Suiii'% ur -lium are continu ally blui«hiug, \vhii'-..t'»T3 never even so much its have n iter.t a-loar. The girl that blushes is generally pretty young, usually between 14 nnd 20, and she is then passing tlinwgh possibly the most critical part of her career. Tlie organs that compose her womanhood are at that time assuming their proper proportion?, and beginning to fulfil their various functions. Daring this period great care mast be taken as to the gene ral health of the individual. Pages upon pages ban been written on this subject, and yet we see everywhere pale, ' pasty-eomplexioaed girls whose looks f and languid actions show plainly the { weakness of their entire system. At | this" critical period the digestive organs Ii lunst be kept in thorough working order, and no waste matter must be allow...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Sere and Elsewhere WOOL continues to arrive pretty freely at the Charleville Railway Station. Thursday, when consignments were trucked from Milo and Comongin, proved a "reord" day for this season. THE mixed train which left Charle vdle at 10 a.m. on Tuesday broke down near Arabella, the engine proving un equal to the task of hauling the train attached. The engine was detached and steamed on to Morven, where the arrival of the dp train was awaited. The disabled train was hnu'ed on to Morven by this train which then pro ceeded on her way to Charleville arriv ing at 9.50 p.m. or 34 honrs late. A Ntnsir.EE of honing p:geons which were sent up From Brisbane were re leased by the Station-master, Mr. De laney, at a quarter to 6 o'clock on Sun day morning. We have not yet heard of the time of their arrival in Brisbane. MB. J. B. FACXCE, who for some six years past has occupied the position of teller in the local branch of the Com mercial bank.lias been transferred to the Head Office in Sydn...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 1 October 1898

Birth. JEANNERET.-On the 29th September at her residence, Chasseral, the wife   of A. JEANNERET, of a Son.

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Mr. Bowman at Charleville. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

flr. Boirnan at Charleville. Mr. D. Bowman, the Labor candidate for the Warrego, addressed a large meeting of electors in the Union Hall on Thursday evening. Mr. D. Gspie took the chair, and Messrs MeNamarra, Brenncn, and Balfonr also occupied seats on the platform. The candidate, who spoke for over two hoars, devoted con siderable time to the Q.N. Bank ex posures, and quoted at some length front ; the report of the Q.N. Bank Commis- ! sion. He also dilated upon the evils of j tlie sweating system, which he tie- | nounccd in strong terms. Mr. Bowman was very attentively listened to, and his remarks on several questions were loudly applauded. After a brief introduction from the Chairman, Mr. Bowman apologisad for not coming before them on Wednesday night, lint explained that he was de-' tained at M«rren. He expressed re- J i gret nt the unfortunate circumstances ' ; which rendered a bye-election necessary 11 at the present time, and also nt tint loss : tliat (Queensland I-snl sustain...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

MONTHLY LAND COURTS. The l»nn'l Commissioner attends nfc Cliarlerilli* (Chatleville District) tlie ? third Friday in oacli montli. Snrat (Sarat District) second Friday Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Soma, fi.'st Wednesday. The Land Commissioner will be i pleased to «jire all necessary information ! to intending selectors. I The Ijand A Rents at the abovenamed | places will receive applications-, show 1 niaj-.-, elc. j The woman who hesitates is won. Man wants bnt little here below, and keeps on wanting. Fools makes feasts for wise men to eat and get the goat. In the reproof of chance lies the true proof of n good bluffer.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mark Twain Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Mark Twain Again. Mr, Mark Twain lias said some very clever things that have been widely re peated, his description of sea-sickness might be elapsed among them. "At first," he says, "you are very ranch afraid yoa are going to die, but after a little as yoa get it worse, yoa are very much afraid you rre not going to die and heartily wish you were." Few people could havo said so much in so few words. A talc that may be of as much interest to the average reader, though not put in so terse a form, is to'.d by Mr. Wu. Attwood, of Rose street, Glebe, Newcastle, who recounts his experience as follows :-"I suffered for many years from dyspepsia and con j stipation of the severest description, and I aould get no relief until I chanced to j come across Bile Beans for Biliousness. 11 was troubled greatly with a feeling of ? fulness after eating, no matter how little ! I might eat. Then between my shoul ders I had a terrific pain. I had also . an almost continual pain across the ' bowels ; so b...

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THE WARREGO ELECTION The Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

THE WARREGO ELECTION Tbe Xoninations. The following candidates were daly nominateJ on Monday last to contest tlie election Tor the Warrego : Charles Decimns Francis ; nominated by Messrs. T. Gallagher, G. J. Pilz walter, C. W. Bnrcher, A. Grisel, H. G. Smith, Geo. Barber, D. B. Fidler, A. J. Simmomfe, A. Strachan, K. B. Lacas, W. Woodley,and C. M. Hooper. William Walter Hood ; nominated by Messrs. R. B. Echlin, E. F. C. Manning, A. Ae-chimann, H. St. John Tyrwbitt, A. T. Macfarlane, N. J. Westergaard-TIielsen, and G. H. Provan David Bowman; nominated by Messrs J. Macnaniara, W. Balfotir, T. Wal lace. R. S. Tnrnball, J. Turnbnll, T. P. J. Lynch, J. P. Beresford, D. E. Espie, and E. T. Brennen. The names were duly declared by the Returning Officer (Mr. H. J. Carter) at noon on Tuesday. None of the candi dates were present.

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Mr. Hood at Augathella. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Hr. Hood at Auaratbells*. Oar Aagathella correspondent wired on Wednesday morning :-" Mr. Hood addressed the electors last night in the Assembly Hall, Mr. Earner in the chair. The andience was large and entlinsiastic. Mr. Hood referred foelmgly to the deaths of Mr. Byrnes and Mr. Orombie. He ' gave his views on the Land Act, Educa tion Act, Federation, and other matters of importance to the constituency.'* '

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Mr Francis at Augathella [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Mr Franclw a* Ausrwtbella Oar Augathdla correspondent wired on Friday :-" Mr. Francis addressed the electors in tlic Assembly Hall last night and had an attentive audience. Mr. Earner was in the chair, Tho speaker gave his reasons for leaving the Labour party and said that though he approved of their action in exposing the operations of the Q.N'. Bank, he thought that the party had nut made proper ns>> of the opportunities at their command. He gave some sound reasons for electoral reform. He was in favour of one man one vote and opposed tit the introduc tion of aliens. He spoke on the L-iml Act, and pointed out the unfair treat ment of the selector as compared iritli the squatter with regard to rabliit net ting. He did not approve of free immigration and spoke strongly ai»ainsc the present railway rated. He also touched on education and other matters of interest." The following were the numbers polled at the general election in 1896 : Crombie. Brren. Adavale ... 12 16 Auga'.he...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

mints to Selectors. 1. Tlie land agent's office is open daily for the receipt of applications for land between tie hoars of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., except on Saturday, when it closes at 12 noon. 2. Intending applw.itls for land should lodge applications at the hour ani? day fixed by proclamation declaring the land open, nsnallv at 11 o'clock a.m. TI>tr":'-rcr any land 'nnselccted will be oyen ;;.r selection from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications may be lodged before the hour and day mentioned in the proclamation, bnt they will not have priority over those lodged at the par ticular honr on the day fixed by pro clamation. Snch applications are treated as being simultaneously received. 3. Inspect the land before lodging the application, as disappointment and money may be saved thereby. 4. If the land be snrveyed be suie and procure a map of same from the local Land Office, issued gratis. A valuable guide to intending selectors. 5. Sbonld the land be unsnrveyed bnt marked off in portions on...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Mr. Hood at Morven. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Mr, Hood at Morven. Mr. W. \V. Hood addressed a meet ing- of electors at Morven on Saturday uight. Despite the inclement weather there was a good attendance, inc'aJing a number from the country. Mr. T. H. Davis occupied the chair, and Mr. Hood explained his views generally. Speak ing on the land question he said he did not believe in the system of sealed ten- j ders For grazing farms, as nnder it men would be induced to put in a high tender which would be detrimental both to themselves and the interests of other ! settlers. Mr. Hood mentioned that in answer to a rcquisition~he had received he had waited on the Minister and sac- i eroded in having Morven gazetted as a cr»ssing-p]ace for stock under the new tick regulations. Mr.IIooi had a good re ception. Ho questions were asked and Mr. Tlood left immediately after the meeting for Charlevillo, arriving at 13.30 on Sunday morning. tie left the same day for Augathrila. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

INf 0-R.M-A.N HOTEL, WILLS-ST-, CHARLEVILLE. (Within a few minutes* walk of the Ruihvay Station.) LESLIE C. EHTSUGHT 'AYING Taken Over the Norman Hotel has pleasure in announcing to bis fricnrtt> and !he public generally that be is prepired to otter the Best AccoinmvtUiiyii Procarub'e in the West. Suites of Private Rooms. Special Provision for Families. Sample Booms. Caibiuc a speciality. ONLY THE liEST BRANDS OF WINES, SPIRITS, AND BEERS K2PT, Commodious Stabling. Well Grassed Paddocks. PUGGY MEETS EVERY TRAIN. TERMS STRICTLY MODERATE. L. C. EN RIGHT, Pmprietor. CHARLEVILLE MEAT WORKS. STOCK are now being Booked lor these Works, which commence Operations in Three Weeks. Applications for Dates to be srnt to tiie" Undersigned X H. creiTOES, BIHT & CO,, A.M.P. CHAMBERS, BRISBANE. J 5th Septemer, 1898." Electoral district OP ?WARESGO. lotice of Poll. I HERE BY NOTIFY that the fol ing Canclulafi-R, namely DAVID BOWMAN, CHARLES DECIMUS FRANCIS, WILLIAM WALTER HOOD, ;Havin(r bo...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

-¥ou possfitefy- SBae IP®saaJ ®ff JGLs- 840183: fiRre parsUii»3is f»r tflie s$S?ffilST?ir A^» SiUJOUSR g '- fcffiiASO]»"«. .' * ' V JD© aravr BfrmcuRnr THAT 9 . ^LLdExed. Street, MAS- A IfrBiESSiJELAKEIfc who can Swan oat all cSsis-ses '-' ' - -' - -. . ! ._ .of/jDresses.< tfor "Fat, Origin* ality, Fiiiisli, . an^ Price caitisotf Bp© r , . : : SAMPLES . aafD MEASGREMBKIE-FORMS SENT:: ON^ AT^ICATION/ J - ' " DR. KMM.DY, Comer of Galatea and Wills! Streets. . .^llbura-bf Consultation-9 a.m. to 10 o.m. -2 jjtrn. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 Vaccination performed every FRIDAY" at p;m. iG. 1ST. BELL, rSOUCITOB, CHARLEVILLE. . . Late of Powers and Robinson's, and of T. Bunton's, Brisbane. H. J. CARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, FORWARDING, CARRYING* ~ COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS, Eeliable Information on all matters. . relating to Routes, Tariffs, &c. Large Accommodation Paddock close to . Railway. Stock Received and Trueke>l. R. CfiBMJEH, ALFRED-ST., CHAUtEYILLE, GROCER, Produ...

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Homing Pigeons. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Homing Pigeons. The champion and last old birds' race of tlie season, under the auspices of the Queensland Homing' Society, was fiown from Charleville last week (says the "Observer'"), a distance (air-line) of 427 miles, for a gold medal, presented by A. M'Dowall, Esq. Six competitors sent 21 birds, the other members having been so an fortunate in the shorter races that they were unable to compete. At 5.45 a.m. on 25th September the birds were liberated by the station-master to battle over the vast expanse of country which divided them from their homes. The weather for the first few hoars wa3 beautifully fine ; bnt after this was most nnpropitious for the remainder of the journey. The first bird to arrive in Brisbane was the property of Mr. A. M'Dowall, the Surveyor-General, nnd president of the society, which accom plished the distance in fifty-two hours. Deducting from this abont twenty-four hours' darkness and deviation from the course, twenty-six hours* flying time is left. This...

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