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"A Rough Customer." HE WANTED HIS PRETTY JANE BUT DIDN'T GET HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

"A. JBS®cag:Ba CaistoiaaneBv" IIE WANTED HIS PRETTY JANE BUT DIDN'T GET HER. At the police court ou the 1st inst., ocfoiv Messrs Carter, liillinglon, anil I'.-irlriiJgi',.).J. P.,Charles Firin.jm elderly ui:in, described as :t cook, was charged ..villi liciiig Found armed «it li ::it .iliVn siv i- weapon, t<> wit a lo:nU-il revolver, with intent to commit a felon v. Constable Martin gave evidence of arrest owing to a complaint made t«> him. John M'Manus stated that he was a van propiietor and fruit hawker Had fcuown the accused Tor the last three or four (lavs Saw him last at a quarter t<» 1 o'clock this morning at Mrs. Tuxford's place- Mrs: TuxFord is my mother The premises arc enclosed Saw the accused on the premises between the kitchen and the house Heaid hi:u singing out He was calling a girl named Jane The girl did not see him I then got up and removed him out side After I took him outside lit showed me a revolver, and said lie never travelled witlio...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Sere and Else-where Thk Landsdowne Pastoral Company lias been registered, with a capital of £500,000, dhided into 500 shares of JB1000 eacli. The objects briefly stated are: To carry on in tbe Australian colonies tbe business of stack and sta tion holders, sleep and cattle farmers, and graziers, and to boy sheep, cattle, and horses, and to sell or otherwise deal with or dispose of sheep, cattle, and horses, and wool and station produce generally in all or any ot the said colo nies and elsewhere, and to do all such other things as are incidental or con doctive to the attainment of tbe above objects or any of them. The registered shareholders are-John Turnbull, Lans downe, sheep-farmer; Wm. E. Highett, Bichmond, Erin-street, solicitor; Arthur S. King, 67 Bonrke-stneet, Mel bourne, stock agent; David Elder, 131 Collins-street West, gentleman ; Lloyd Taylor, 57 Chancery-lane, Melbourne, architect; Join M. Highett, Bichmond, Erin-street, gentleman; and Jas. C. Alford, 48 William-street, ...

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

air. FranclH at Morvcn. Mr. C. D. Francis spoke at Morren on Monday night. Between forty and fifty were present, Mr. T. H. Davis taking the chair. The candidate ex- i plained his views on various political questions. In reply to a question by : Mr. P. Millar, who wanted a farther, explanation respecting ono man one vote,' Mr. Francis stated thai he believed that | a man should hare a rote whether he had a fixed residence or not, and that travelling from one dist.icfc to another shonld not deprive him of his vote. j Mr. Francis left for Angathella and Tambo on Wednesday, and will after wards proceed to Adnvnle via intcrcen ing stations. i

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

ASwajs Cites®ft est IfOMSC for PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS, CORNETS, ACCORDEONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLAlUOXETs?, PICCOLOS GUITAHS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES, AUTOHARPS, POLYPHONS, TAMBOURINES, ZITHERS, MOUTH ORGANS. DRUMS, And every kind of Brass or other Instru ment for Bauds anil Orchestras, and Musical Instrumei ts and FittiugoE every description. IMMENSE STOCK, LOWEST PRIDES. Immense Stock of MUSIC, new publi atioup, by almost every imil. Music Catalog! e /H7 pages) sent post free. W. H. PALING & CO. LTD., Arc Sole Agents for Pianos:-LI PP. the genuine Lipp and Sohn ; BRINSMEAD, STEINWAY, COLLARD, Julius Feurich, Uehcl & Lecfaleitcr, Carl Ecke, Gors & Kalhnan, the wonderful medium piked VICL'OR, and the astouithu gly perfcct low prictd E. BELLING. Every new Piano sold by W. II. Paling & Co., Ltd., not only has spccial luotal frauie but contains various modern im provementa in construction for extreme climates. It is in consequence of these improvements tha...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

The "World at Large i Qneenslnml Treasury rcturtvs for tic j Peplen.l)er quarncr show bti iucrease «.r £52,115 in tlte revenue and an increas?: oE £10,580 in the expenditure. j Tins ext ess of revenue over expendi I tore m the close of the first quartet ; llie financial yi-ar is £r»55,7tt?, a.-, against £514,233 for the corresponding i oF Inst year. f The month «»F September shows an j increase of £2306 in the expenditure | and .£6382 in the revenue as compared j with September, 1897. I Mr. Arthur Morgan has acceded t<> | the request of a number of the electors ! that he would consent to be nominated . to the vacant seat Tor the Warwick electorate. The Brisbane Hospital overdraft has been reduced to £1547, but daring the past three weeks the Government sub sidy represented seven-tenths of the re ceipts. The resignation of the members of the board of inquiry into lead poisoning has been accepted. A report has been received of the death of stock at Nerang under circum st...

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

A Wretched and Hopeless Existence. HEALTH FULLY RESTORED. The Case of Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell. Wrest th* Windsor, N.S. TV., " Australian"). (BT OTTK SPECIAXi BEFOTCTEB.) ' Ktm m brought to tlie office that Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell, of March-street, Rich mond, N.S.W., lind been afflicted with dropsy and accessory symptoms, and had recovered in a manner that was As Remarkable as Complete. In consequence a reporter was instructed to make the closest enquiries and elicit the full detail* of the case. Mrs. Mitchell kindly volunteered to fnrwsh the fullest details. "I found myself gradually losing my Stealth," said that lady. "I felt heavy - and dispirited, and My Head always Ached. -Xfcins between the shoulders made them 'Belres felt, and a sharp, alarming pain in tta side racked me suddenly now and then." - "From what did this pain in the side .rise I" u Iha doctor said it was from my heart, -and Indeed my heart often used to flatter Btracgely, and sometimes I should go quite Saint, and ...

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

Charlevllle Hospital. The monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on Thursday even ing, the members present being Messrs Lockett (chair), Fitzwalter, Lucas, Briant, Partridge, Billington, Barber, and MacKenzie. Correspondence was read from W. Breen, North Comongin, with cheque for £8 10s ; from D. Love, Dillalah, with cheque for £30 15s ; from H. A. Smith, Gumbardo. with £1 179 6d ; fro in T. Davidson, Fencing Camp, Milo, with £3 10s; from W. H. Calder, Milo, with £6 15s ; from Mrs. Claver den, Bo!Ion, with 13s; from A- J. MacKenzie, Murweh, with £14 13s ; from A. W. Yarrow, conveying his thanks for the attention and care he stowed on him whilst he was an inmate of the hospital. The Chairman explained that he had granted an extended leave of absence to the wardsman, D. Watts, and his action was endorsed by the Committee on the proposal of Messrs Fitzwalter and Par tridge. The Secretary reported that the sum of £74 Is had been received since last meeting. Accounts amountin...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Correspondence. LABOUR-CUM-INDEPENDENT CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Correspondence. LABOU U-CUM-INDE PENDENT CANDIDATURE. To THE EDITOR-Sir.-Without be- I ing pessimistic or biassed in any way,; n<> iloubt it occurs to all that are using . their very best endeavours to support a ' representative for this influential and I growing district, that a decision has to { 1-e arrived at, sooner or later, as to who 1 is tlio iit and proper person to represent thctn. In all election campaigns, there ' is, Iiowrver one may tiy to suppress it, ' a certain amount of feeling ; some do suppress this and others, according to their nature, cannot, and when the situ- ! atmn is analysed no doubt an open ex- j pression is in most cases the beat. The . candidates have the privilege of the platform granted to them, bat with pri- ' ?ate individuals it is different, and no ! one will blame a neighbour for not even 1 selfishly supporting any approved candi date. In the coming election for the Warrego there are two men of declared Independent views, and another...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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ELECTORS OF WARREGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

ELECTORS OF WARREGO, Through the death oE James Crombie, M.L.A.,yon will be called npon to elect a Member to Represent you in Parliament. There are Three Candidates Standing, viz. W. W. HOOD, Independent, ' D. BOWMAN, Labour Candidate, and C. D. E. FRANCIS, Independent. The latter ran as Labour candidate at the general election in 1893, and has since ratted on the principles. which he then advocated.

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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 8 October 1898

Sporting Scraps. A general meeting of members of the Artesian Cricket Clnb was held at the Telegraph Hotel on Friday night, Mr. E. T. Brennen occupying the chair. Mr. Beverly's resignation as secretary was accepted with regret, and Mr. Korman Carlisle was appointed as his successor. Mr. F. Goertz was appointed to the vacancy on the committee. Trophies in connection with the com ing season have been promised by Messrs. Brennen, Strachan, Macanmara, lincas, and Aeschimann ; and Messrs. Goertz, Geo. Hooper, and N. Carlisle hare been appointed as a trophy com mittee. Mr. Joe Beverly, the late" secretary of the Artesian C.C., was entertained by a number of his friends, at 'Lucas's Hotel on Saturday night, on the eve of his departure for the Sunny Sooth: Re gret at losing Joe was expressed on all sides, and the hope that his would again return to Charleville was voiced by the various speakers. A very pleasant evening was spent, vocal and instru mental items being rendered by a num ber of ...

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Sporting Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Sporting1 Scraps. Races in connection with the opening of the railway were held at Cumiamulla on Tnesday last. With the exception of the Opening Hnndicnp, in which fifteen started, the fields were limftfed. Masher won the Opening with Preejhwii second. Tt'i««\ 5-J-secs. The Flying Handicap re.-iilimi in a very excitinaj, finish betw<-en Silverspray and Iinagina* tion, the Former winning t>y a short head, in 1.20. The Tj->c»molivc Uand'cap fell to Tranhy, and I.nnginalinn reversed- the order of the thing" in the Railway Ilnnilic'ap. winning from Silverppray" with Holiday, who started a warm favor ite, third. Time, 2.20. - - '* " Cyclone, Sylva, and- PiM. were' the-; placed horses in the Selector3_Ha.n3Tcapl' Owing to the long delav in starting the days racing (it was fully 2 80 before the first event was'negotiated) the Consola tion Stakes was abandoned. A memlier of the Mnctcadilla cricket team- which visited as last Easter passed through Charleville the other; day;...

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Mr. Hood at Charleville. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Mr. Hood at Cbarleville. Mr. Hood is announced to address the electors at Ch.irleville on Wednesday nrxt, the lOtli inst. Mr. John Leahy, mem lier for the Bnlloo, will also speak on the same occasion in support on Mr. Hood's candidature.

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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Prosrre** Association. A meeting of the Progress Associa tion was held on Thursday evening, the members present being Messrs Lockett (chair), Hooper, Gibhs, Lncas, and Barber. The resignation of Mr. F. Adrain as Secretary was accepted, and Mr. T. P. Kelly was appointed Secretary on the proposal of Messrs Hooper and Gibbs. The Chairman was empowered to write to the late Secretary demanding the books and papers belonging to the Association. A dnsnltory disca.-sion took place upon several matters concerning the dis trict. bnt action was held over nntil the next meeting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

* tjver&Kidneys Wrong. H/EPATIC INDURATION ! Clements Tonic Called In. IT GUftEO EVERY CASE. The Case .of U*. JAS. SMITH. (JFrta»the "liiwyW //tmt/," Jidg SO.) (BY OCR SrECML KUt'ltTKU.) Bcrutas continually touting to hand from di&rent quart*!* »»Jlu ti e most exceptional rtci.ttrjof Hi .Jos. Smith. of Higit-stieet, . lSv« rpJ»uI, fr ui a c-nip!i-hU»ii of'tliaunleia wliicli wt.nW pr-.vc laud to'a man of an / o diimry constitution. «< put iuquirica^ on loot 14 get tfie 'tmth. ^ A rriirisieiiiu ivr fthis paper fonud Mr. Smith in liis >-l;o|» in High-tticc^ and asked Lini if the cui-r« nt reports afhis carc were tfU0b "Yes." rei-linl Mr. Smith, "and aa I think - «'...*. My .RciRartoblo Cam ahoald have full [mMicity iu the cause of huuianity I will give you aii hour. _ My ctlnplui'iib*crept upon me in a slow, insidious maimer^ lite u'thiif iu the night; it moat* have pr greiaed for nuiny mouths before X suspected anything was the umttcr, till Most ASas-imln...

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Mr. Francis at Adavale. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

air. Francis »t A da vale. Mr. C. D. E. Francis speaks at Ada rale to-night and is annoonced to again address the electors in Charleville on Friday next, the eve oF the polling day, in the School of Arts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

NORMAN HOTEL, WIIXS-ST., CHARLEVILLE. (Witliin n few minntes' walk of tin- Railway Station.) LEStlE Co EffRIGlET ? ? AVlifG Taken Over tlie Xonnan FTntel ha*» ploasnm in siiuinnncirsr to liis friends 171 and 'lie public scncrallv tint lie is rrepirod to offer tlie Rrer Accommodation Prwurah'ft in tlie West. Suiten of Private Rooms. Special Provision for Families. Sample Booms. Cuisine a speciality. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS 07 WINES, SPIRITS, AND BEERS KEPT. Commodious Stabling. Well Grassed Paddocks. WUGGY MEETS EVERY TRAIN. TERMS RTRlCTt.Y MODERATE. L. C. EN RIGHT, Proprietor. CHARLEVILLE M E A. T W O R K S. STOCK arc now being Booked for these Works, which commence Operations in Time Weeks. Applications for Dates to be stmt to the Fndersigned JT H. OXDVES, BI»T & CO" 15th Septemer, 1598. A.TM.P. CHAMBERS, BRISBANE. C1IABIEVI HE RACING- CLUB. (Registered Q.T.C ) WEDNESDAY- NOV. 9, 1898. (Prince of Wales* Birthday.) 1. 0|w»ninsr WeWer JTandicap of £10 Nomination. 5s ; ocreptnnco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Yon are possibly on tl#c Fdint of flfre psirstlions for the SPRIICr SUWfflKB Biy?l JWE.4LSOHTS. -j- .$. Do STOT Forget that 3 ^.lfeed. Street, MAS A DltliSSiniAKGR lvlao can turn oat all clashes . jaggMgee : : of Stresses tliat for Fit, Origin ality, Finish, and Price caiL not Bre exrclleil in tlie Colony. SAMPLES AND MEASUREMENT ..FORMS SENT ON APPLICATION". DR. KIRKALDY, Corner of Galatea and Willsl Streets. Honrs of Consultation-9 a.m.toIO a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed overy FRTPAY at p.iu. !G, N. BTOIjL, ROUCITOR, CHARLEVILLE. Late of Powers and Robinson's, and ofT. Bunion's, Brisbane: ft J. CARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, FORWARDING, CARRYING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS, - Reliable Information' on " all " matters relating loRoutes, Tariffs, &a. . Large Accommodation Paddock close to Railway. 'Stock-Received and Trucked. B. CB02IER, AIJFRED-ST.> charltcyille, GROCER, ffroilnce Mercliaul, VieVIVJERKBC, GlHE APEST- Itouse in Tou-c, as ho '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

AVOID VVFJBBIOR CIOODS. JkliVays House tor PIANOS, ORGANS, _- : VlOLlKS, CORNETS, ACCOUDKONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, PICCOLOS GUITARS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES, AUTOIIAKPS, rOLYPIIONS, TAMBOURINES, ZITHERS, MOUIII ORGANS, DRUMS, An«i every kind of Brass or other Instru ment for Bands and Orclieatms, and Musical Instruments nnd Fitting of every description. IMMENSE STOCK, LOWEST PRIDES. Immense Stock of MUSIC, new publi ations, by almost every ni iil. Music CSitalngne '7 pigi1*) si-nt post free. V. H. PALM & CO. LTD., Are Sole Agents for Pianos:-LIPP, the genuine Lipp and Sohn ; BRINSMEAD, STEIN WAY, COLLARD, Julius Feurich, Uehcl & Lechleiter, Carl Eefce, Gorn & K.-tllinaii, the wonderful medium priced VICTOR, and the aatonisliii glv [icrFcct low- prict-d E. BELLING. Every new Piano sold by W. H. Puling & Co., Ltd., not only has special metal frame bnt contains various modern im provementb in construction for extreme climates. It is in consequence...

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A Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

A Fatal Aeeident. One reads nearly every day of acci dents resulting fatally through the nogligence of some person or other, yet few eeem to realise that an attack of indigestion left unchecked may prove, if not exactly fata], at least serious in ., its results. Bile Beans for Biliousness care indigestion, and their nse at the proper time will often prevent the pos sibility of danger from this source. Attacks of indigestion in a more of lesB mild form arc too common to dwell npon at any length. As its name im plies, this disorder is an insufficient action of the various digestive organs, which prevents the food being properly dissolved. In eases of this kind the | effect is twofold : first, the waste part of the food is kept in the stomach and becomes sonr instead of being carried » off ; and. secondly, the hloodniaking or useful part of the food is kept from per forming its offices. The causes of in digestion are many: insufficient liver action, over eating, eating too fast, and pa...

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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

The "World atLarge I Between the 1st Jane and SOth Sep tember 50,061 tons of sugar have been exported from Queensland. Mr. C. A. Green, of die Philadelphia Commercial Museum, is -in Brisbane for the purpose of inviting- the Chamber of Commerce to send representatives to a congress next year. The additions to the Depiutinrut uf Agriculture are being poshed fo.-nanl a? rapidly as possible. In connection with the mining dis pate at Newcastle, which it was reared would lead to a general strike, lmpos are now entertained that a conflict may lie averted. The wheat harvest in . Hew South Walesis not lifcely to be nearly so pro ductive as was anticipated a short tiuie ago. A disastrous fire occurred in Sydney on Saturday afternoon, Hudson's joinery and timber wcrks at Redfera being de stroyed, and eighteen shops gutted. The exports of farm and dairy pro duce from New Zealand show, a great falling off for the past six months. The London wool sales closed dull, priccs being about on a par wit...

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