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

FEDERATION. Reid most now take np the question of federation. Much satisfaction is felt amongst federalists. Davis beat Millen at Bonrke where Barton first announced his intention of Btanding. A coalition between Barton and Beid is much talked about. It is beliered that Seid will not havo a sufficiently large working | majority. The parties now stand :-Minis terialists 65, Bartnnites 59, Inde pendent J. The Gt/mpie Times says: Dr. Morgan has the credit of being the first to introduce an X Bn;a apparatus on to this fluid. The instrument is one of the very latest and most ap-io-d'ite, baring beon imported direct from Germany( through Carl Zooller and Co., of Brisbane, from Schall, of Eriaagen. Mr. Zoeller himself, who u now on Gym pie, sroaght the apparatus up and explained its workings to l>r. AEorgan. Lout night, in tho la.' tor's surgery it was used for the first time on s patirm of the di-ctor's who had a nee-'Ie in faer hand, which could be ee>'n very easily Iv'ng laterally...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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The Land Court. BULLOO DOWNS STATION. THE APPEAL UPHELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

The Land Court. BFLLOO DOWNS STATION. THE APPEAL UPHELD.

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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRIBANE, Friday. Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Latost Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BBISBAHB* Friday. Parliamentary. In the Assembly yesterday the Premier asked Ieay;e to introduce measures to afford greater facilities for the recovery of wages by work men, and to amend the laws relating to intestacy and insanity. The debate on the Addreaa-in "Reply was continued by Messrs. Kidston, Dalrymple, and McDonald The House adjourned nntil Tuesday

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Our Brisbane Letter. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, 26th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Our Brisbane Letter. A date looked Forward to for some time, for to-day Parliament meets for the despatch of business-likewise the despatch of -Ministers is the hope of w Dismal Thomas." Bat the dismal one should be in a shaky con dition himself just now. The other day one who should be his friend, dealt him a "staggering blow from behind." Mr. Glassay's (political) life-long creed has been Sbat the country is going to the dogs through had government. How can it bo otherwise, seeing the character of tho people into whcs-a bauds the govern ment has fallen. Seeing, in other that Mr. Glassey ia not; one of fibezn -Glassey, tho only nran of real ability in the land. So the country was going to the dogs all the tiraa, and mast keep on going until this great man took np a commanding position on tho Treasury benches. And, of course, the longer this con summation so devoutly to bo wished was delayed tho worse it would ba for the country. It was just here he felt a knock liko tka kick of a h...

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Sporting Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Sporting1 Column. -)-:o:-C By "Veritas." Tha meeting of the C.QJJ.A. Executive Committee lajt Friday (says " Veno " in the Capricorman) was a lather important one. A large amount of business was transacted, dates fixed, and correspondence dealt with. The resignation of Mr. J. M. Niall from the committee was received with great regret, though members we:e gratified at the pro motion which led to his departure from the district An important matter dealt with was the kind ktter from Mr. B- Sossell, President of the Northern Association, in which that gentleman promised to help ill the endeavour to brine. about recognition for the Central AB*6ciaiion from the,Queensland Turf Club, it was decided " to thank the Horthepn Association for its promise of co-opevation, and to inform it that the Executive would be prepared to consider any overtures from the Queensland Turf Club for a conference on the matter, and it would also be pleased if the JJorthepa Association couli be instru mental in b...

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Queer Ways of Crows. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Queer Ways of Crows. Few pastimes are more interesting and instructive to a person living in the country than observation of tlio habits and peculiari ties of the common birds and animals which tio 6*os. Ton may read tho observations of other with a great deal of pleasure, but there is a singular fascination in becoming a dis coverer on your own account. Of all tho birds that I have watched I think none have repaid mo moreriahly than that amusing old reprobate, the crow. Hio sagacity is neorious, and from somo things thuf I Lave niysMf observed It would almost seem as if he must bo endowed with some thing nearly akin to reason. On one occasion, while staying at a piaca by tho seaside, T was ono day attracted by the loud and excited cawing of a number of crows down on tho shore of tho river, which ran only a few yards from my d«ior. Curious to know what all the excitement was about, I seated myself at a wtndow to watch them. It was just after a September storm, and I soon found that ...

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Parisian Babblings. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Parisian Babblings. ? n A few days ago. before a large and dis tinguished gathering, tho Cardinal Arch' bishop of Paris presided at the ceremony of laying tho first stone of the chapel which is to be erected oa the site of the Charity Bazaar fire, as a monument raised to the victims of that catastrophe by their friends. Entrance was by card oniy"; every seat in the tent was occupied by the time that the Cardinal Archl-ishop and his staff drove up. Tho ceremony was very simple. Surrounded by his staff, and while prayers wcra being said, the prelate traced a cross on each face of the block of stone. A parchment, npon which was inscribed in Litin the words: "This chapel was blessed May 14th 1898, Leo XIII, occupying his seat of St. Peter, and M. Felin Fanro being Presi dent of tho French Republic/' was placed in the stone. _ , The chnpel will be ft splendid structure, the facade bein^ composed of a frontispiece of four columns, two on escli side of tho principal doorway. Above the arch...

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[?]. PARIS, 19th May [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

RHUS. 19 th May Seldom, perhaps "ever, in the h the re|iuJ|ie hno a general election so quietly a* di<I that of the "th'Instant. Not merely were there no disl tirbsnces of nnv kind ; there was no interest worth recording. The elections have given tlio following re sults: There have been returned 183 Mode rn [>? I>oi>uh;irana. 29 Rallie Republicans, and 88 ConPG'-val ivea or Reactionaries: to^« iH»»r 350, Sh« Opp stiLin U represented by 107 Radical PociolM* 3 C-nilmn S»«-i»li«t», 4 A' ti-^ntni'O", 10 National B-risi ni«»», and 20 pn'O So-ialis<»: losfhir 144. If 144 he ! deducted from 2501 -e Government m»jo>itv won d he 106. Then* an*, however. W wO d hnJlots next:Sunday. ohirh mav mate in intond . n tw« iraj ritr, If li-ww, tb'» ?-he maintained, r e new fhamher >11 not Affir ovnlnll; from the old one. The Knd'ral are not ground ho'wn the npper and nethr millstono ; and the Socialists tire not crushed, »s the Moderate BepuMican organs fancied wou...

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Political Review. PARIS, 19th May, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Political Review. PARIS, 19th J£AY, 1898. American military preparations are pro ceeding BaKifodorilj, and already a toj larire force lias been organised and central' iaed, it is supposed, for the invasion oE Cuba. All, however, la rnmonr and m<re conjecture, because it is uot lifcelv that the responsible military authorities would publish their intentions beforehand in the public Press for the benefit of the Spanish Government. That Cuba will be invaded somo time or other if, of course, a certainty, bat the authorities will clicose their own time for doing so. It is said that the collapse of the Spanish fleet is a reason for prompt military action, but why should it be so, as the surrender of the island is only a question of time. Spain being deprived of the means of reinforcing and provisioning her Cuban garrison ? The Italian troubles are of the gravest character, and there is revolution in the air. The initial cause of recont disturbances in Milan and elsewhere throng...

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Dewey's Naval Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Demy's NayaJ Record. Comaiodofe Q-sorge Jtffvey is command ing the Asiatic station of the United States Navy, with tho Olympia as bis flagship. He was born in "Vermont, New England, sixty-one years ago, and was groac&Usd at Ufa IJays!. Academy.at An napolja/ afaryian j, in Jift#. Sjuyen yeats late?, at twenty-four years of age, lie began a fierce and long-confcinaed training in war nndcr Admiral Farrago t, the greatest naval hero of the Civil War, who waa {lien ofjthe ago which Datrcy has now reached, >Tndor Farragnt ho took part in tjia exciting and dwspro#? wqrfc of forcing »& DntRnco to the Mississippi, through a gannilet af hs4 fcatferjea and river obstructions, and wapships; EJis next experience was gained in his efforts to run a Confederate blockade higher up £hp Bsississippi river at Port Hudson. In that epgageteenc tui^ e^;j7f a thousand ton aide paddle frigate, wg? riddled with shot. It ran ngroiiiiu atid lay heeled over, ifeiplcsii, ff^hin the enemy's ra...

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Another Victory for Herlock Shomes. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

Another Victory for Her lock Shomes. "That's a very line-looking man," said X, aid I indicated with a pod of my head a rather tall gentleman with a luxuriant dark brown bewd Ions ehoueh to cover his necktie. " Do you mean that woman masquerading in men's clothes?" aBked Herlock Shomee, after a careless glance at tho individual in ques tion. I was piqued at this reply. It wttfc evi dently foolish, and so I replied: "I mean the man with the darkwhiskeiB." Herlock Shomes chuckled. " It's a woman," ho replied, curtly. "Surely that, is a man. Xhoso whiskers ore real," I persisted Herlock Shomes again chuckled 6ofUy to himself, bat deigned no reply. I was not to be put off in this fashion, how ever. I would show him that his intense egotism ought to be curbed or rebuked. He is so vain of his wonderful and undeniable aecimplishmenlB that at times it is positively painful to be with him. Here was an ex cellent opportunity to humble his in*ufierable pride. " I will ask him for a light for my...

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

Saiatto*. Doctors a&& BEeftlctaas STo Batter thaa W»te. Air. Arthur Smith, Proprietor of the United States Speciality Co., Adelaide, S.A., writes on Jan. 28, 1897;I have travelled lha principal cities of India, the Transvaal, and United States, and in each place T hare consulted doctors and taken medicine to euro me of sciatica, but I-can assure yon it would have been better to take so much pore water, and would have cost less. After driring hero from the States I was fortunate enough to secure the services of Mr. Frank Biea, the well-known comedian, who seeing ho-v I suffered, sqggested a course of Clements Tonic, telling me how valuable it had been in his case. £ followed his advice and bought six bottles to give it a trial, and now 1 am pleased to say I feel nearly as well as I conld wish, and no matter where I am I say a few words in praisa of what I consider a really reliable remedy, I always keep a bpttje or two by me.-I amj yours respectfully, A.E&THUR...

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Sinking a Torpedo Boat. DESTROYED WITH A 1000 LB. SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 30 July 1898

- T - Slaking a Torpedo Boat. DE3TBOYED WITH A lGOOra. SEECL. On board "Herald-call" despatch boat, oS Port Antonio, r'm J$io<ptos, .Tatitaqla, §th JUHi;.-Even more picturesque aoi( bold than the defiance of tl»e b:g CJonfedemtp Rfeiirimac by Erigsaoa'a Jiwlp monitor was tho exploit which resulted ia the sinking o{ the Spanish torpedo-boit destroyer. The vessel which the Oregon 6auk wad approaching Santiago Harbour from the eastward, anl her coarse w«3 on<? she would foi|jw incoaijnw Juan (p jjin tfcits Spanish fleet. The search lights of the Hew Qrlcails Vera directed juliiftd, ai|d a small boat rerca{ed hugging tho sliorp. fche passed out of viatr in it few momenta maljinf; rapidly in the direction of Slorro Castle. Kepeatcdly the searchlights were trained up and down tho shore, bat the gf the fl'fl? protected tho strange craft from view. Signals vyere (riven to the flagship Near York, which, with the Slarble heaJ. lay near the Orleans- In a shojt tjiflo the ...

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Sporting Column. By "Veritas." FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

Sporting Column. By "Veritas." FOOTBALL MATCH The following is a list of the teams selected to play in a football match, Cobb & Cobb v. The Town, on Sunday next: Cobb & CoFall back, W. Bray ; three, auarters, G. Hooper,' L. Richardson, J. <3'S alii van ;Sve-eight3, F. Hooper ; scram half, H. Warren; wing-forwards, H. Smith, W. Dam ; forsrarda, W. Richard son, T. Hartnett, W. Abern, J. Harris, P. Salter, 2S. Carlisle, D. Richardson. Srnergencieq:-J. O'Elara, K. Ryan. Town Team2?ull back, T. Lynch ; three quarters, G. Frazer, C. Murphy, C- Wal lace, W. Lynch; halfs, E. Stephenson, 3>. Enrighfc; forwards, G. Thompson, A. Cavill, C. Nelson, W. Las, T. Wright. J. Gredden, D. Lynch, D. Davidson. .Em ergencies, -Colley, S. Lyons. Empire, Sir. Robinson. Players to be on the ground at 3-15 p m-. 0 Daring the present session oF the Queens land Parliament, if nothing explodes, (says tho Bulletin) an attempt trill be made to introdnca a, Bill to amend the Anti Gamb...

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LATEST BY CABLE. Peace Negotiations. Cambou and M'Kinley. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

LATEST BY GABLE. \«Peace Negotiations. Cambou and M'Krnley. Loudon, Thursday. M. Cambon, French Ambarsador at 'Washington,, is conducting peace negotiations on behalf of Spain. He had an interview with President M'Kinley, which lasted several bjurs. It is sapposed that he banded over Spain's reply to the American basis of negotiations for peace, bat it is pro bable that he only asked for particn Iars of tbe details. Wo official atato merit is yet announced, bat the iin preasion prevails that Spain has not accepted the proposals unreservedly. It is understood that President M'Kinley ia inclined ^ patient £ ZHner, bat if he sees a disposition on the part of'Spain to shillyshally, he would immediately cancel the nago, tiations.

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A STATE OF BARBAROUS MISRULE. LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

A STATE OF BARBA.BOUS MISRUIiE. LONDON, August 1. I Tha American Press, coiriuenting on the terms of peace offered to ' Spain, as sert that it wnnld be an act of imbecility to band back the Philippines to a state of bar barons misrule.

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TROUBLE IN THE PHILIPPINES. LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

[ TROUBLE IN THE PHILIPPINES. LOJTDOIT, August 1. I Renter's correspondent states that Ad miral Duwey has telegraphed to the President to the effect that Aguinaldo, the insurgent leader, is now boldly defiant, and' there are strung indications tnat it will be necessary for the United States to fight the inanruents. He, however, warns tha President that such an undertaking would necessitate a very strong force.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. The German Emperor and Bismarck. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

Latest Cablegrams. SOS ? Ml LOXDOIT, Thursday The German Emperor and Bismarck. The Emperor William, in the pro clamation regarding the death of Prince Bismarck, refers to him as a man in whom God created an iuatrn ment for the realisation of the im mortal idea of German unity and greatness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

Machine Shearers. WANTED eeveral very good MACHINE! BHFABKRP. Apply Serre»ary Waprego Psitorallat»* Aiwciation, Charlo Tllle, General Servants. WANTED two GF.NEEAX SER VANTS ; otto muft be fond of children. Apply Mrs. J. Tarobull, Gtalatea ttreot, Oharleville. Notice to Cattle-Owners and Others. :)oC: I I IO affoitf Cattle-awners an opportunity | . I . of pb>cing a permanent distinguish ing mart on tattle inoculated against Tick Fever, it u hereby notified, for general infor mation, that the mark made to cat the letter J in either ear, bat so as not to remove mora than one-fourth of the ear, has been set apart for the above purpose. Tho above Earmark lias accordingly been withdrawn from the list of distinctive marks authorised by section 8 of tho above named Act to be allotted by Inspectors of Brands. P. B. GORDON, Chief Inspector of Brands. Brands Office, Brisbane, 21st July, 1898. Charleville Hospital. Public Notice. 1 IiL Persons having in their Possession iSL EMPTY MEDICINE B...

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Legal. Charleville Police Court Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P. M. Saturday 30th July, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898

Charleville Police i^dturb Before J. Vivian-Williama.-Esqi.vP. !I Saturday 30th July, 1893. .-Disardely Conduct. - Robert McKenna pleaded g»f ty* to thischarge, and was fined 53.. in defant, 6 bonis in the cells, Henry Cameron pleaded guilty, and was filled 6s., in default. 6 boors' In the cells. ' Drunkenness.-John Anstren pleaded gailty, and was fined 5s., in default, 6 honra in the cells, Tnanlring Language -Balph Lawrence Von Dnsen pleaded guilty and was fined 5s. in defau , 6 hoars in the cells. Obscene language.-Thomas Boll Eaton pleaded guilty, and was fined 40s, in default, one month in Eflfna gaoL Monday, 1st August, 1898.. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Epq., P.M. I'runkenncss.-William Hayes pleaded guilty, and was discharged with a caution. Charles VeKenzie pleaded guilty, and was Amu? 53., indefault, C hoars in the cells. Obscene . Jjingnage. - William Hayes, pleaded guilty, »j"f w?-s fined 20s., in default, 14s days" in the cells, * ' Wednesday; 3rd August. Before J. Vivian...

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