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ELECTORS OF WARREGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

ELECTORS OF WARREGO. i I Through the death oE James Crombie> ' M.L.A.,you will be called upon to elcct a j Member to Represent you in Parliament, j There are Three Candidates standing-, j viz.- ! W» W. DOOD, 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 rutted on the principles which he then advocated.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Bowman at Augathella. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Air. Bowman a* Anpttbella. Oar Augathella correspondent writes that Mr. Bowman delivered an address to the electors on Saturday night. Mr. Earner agsin occupied the chair. After the Chairman's address, Mr. Bowman told his audience, which was the largest and moBt appreciative of the three dif ferent candidates, that he did not know until a short time previously that he was to be called upon to contest the seat rendered v.*:cant by the death of Mr. Crombie. He referred to the death of the Premier, and said that in his opinion not only Queensland, but the world had sustained a serious loss by the death of that gentleman both as a politician and a man. He criticised the opinions ex pressed,by his opponents in a very fair manner and spoke at some length upon the different reforms which he advocates. He closcd liis addresF by explaining the contingent vote.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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"Forty Years Ago." OLD COLONIAL REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

.'Forty leaps Ago." OLD COLONIAL REMINIS CENCES. "Forty years ago !" What a long stretcli back in a young colony. But many of the older generation remeuiber occurrences in 1857 as well as we re member the events of last year. Mrs. T. J. Thomas, who resides at the old established town of Qeathcota, Victoria, is one who recollects as far back as *57 most vividly. The memory, unfortun ately, is a most painful one. . Speaking reminiscently to a journalist soma time ag.», the good lady, who is over 75 years «tf nge, 9aid that from '57 to, compara tively, a few months ago, she had not known what permanent relief from pain was. | "It wa?, as near as I can remember, ? in *57," said^ she, "that I had my first attack or rhoa-; nmtism, and _ these have f»l loiriil me up, on nml off, for .10 years. About nine years ago my 'tronhles were added to by enlargement of the liver, and PAINFrr, RKMIN1SCENCKS. this, in itself, was more than sufficient to kill n.ost people oF my age, was ag gravated by i...

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English and Foreign. London, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

English And Voreigrn. London, October 13. Three thousand of the men w!io we'o on strike in Pnris have resumed wirfe under the guardianship of 23,000 sol.lii-rs. The person implicated in the n-ivnt j attempt to poison tho Emperor nf Corcu j have Iieen liaiged anl their Ii i.Iim ' dragged through the Htrvota and mutilate I The Australian horse Mi-rman ran I! ir.l ! in the race for the Ces irewitch Stakes. The Saltan of S-ikoto in West Africi i agrees to aec-pt a British Resilient if lie { is accompanied I>>* troops. I The Emperor Williim's visit to Pules- ' tine is regarded in France with extreme suspicion. Gordon Sprigg, Premier of Capo Colony has resigned, and Mr. Schrieaer is foimin^ . a new Ministry. Tho Powers will probably consent to % : small Turkish garrison being retained in Crete. Fonr thousand rebels in Visaya It land, Philippine group, have submitted Cecil Rhodes has raised the necessary capital for the proposed railway from Bulnw&yo to-Lake Tanganyika. It is...

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Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, Ocotber 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Latest by Wise. <|necnNland Mews. lSr:sb »ne, October 14. Forecast . Generally line and hot with thunderstorms. In tlio Assembly the Elections Act Amendment Bill to enable members of local authorities to accept fees a? returning officers was reail a iirgt time. Mr. Dieftsou moved the second reading of the Officials in Purli tment Amendment Bill, but the second reading was defeated by :J4 to 27. In reply to Mr. Glassey Mr. Dickson said lie dM not regard this adverse vi.le a.4 liaving' any significance, and Governuient wo1.Id continue to curry on the business «£ the country.

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THE CONTINGENT VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

THE CONTINGENT VOTE. To TIIE EDITOR-Sir.-Now that the election is approaching A great deal is being said about the contingent vote. It is not my purpose to enter into any explanation of how the vote is worked ; my object in writing is to warn my fel low-electors who are supporters of the Labor candidate. Dave Bowman, to leave the contingent vote severely alone. It is a vote from which labor can expect nothing and \>y which it may lose a great deal. Do not give a chance to a candidate whose interests are entirely opposed to yours, or to one who has for saken his colors and poses as an Inde pendent because he thinks, apparently, that he has a better chance of attaining to the dignity of M.L.A. thereby. Vote straight out for Dave Bowman,*and let the contingent vote take care of itself. Yours. etc.. ONE WHO IS NOT A RAT.

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Correspondence. WARREGO ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Correspondence. WAItREGO ELECTION. To THE EDITOR-Sir.-Living some low miles From town I was not able to attend the meeting helil by Mr. Bow man in the Union Hall last Thursday evening, hot read your report of same in your issue of Satnrdny last. Politically speaking I have been very democratic in my views, and gave my support to those gentlemen wlio hare supported the Labor platform, bnt frntn what I read in your paper of Mr. Bowman's speech (of course, I presume yon gave a correct report) I can see nothing new. T hare heard that speech five or sis years ago. In fact it appears written "stock" speech, used by the Labor Party. They appear to lend it to one another and to all candidates who advocate the Labor platform. I notice that Sir. Bowman never said a word about our Land Act ; how the lot of we unfor tunate "coekeys" is to be settled ; how his advocacy in Parliament was to help our district to a fairer share of public moneys ; how he would help to get us fairer treatment from th...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Sere and Elsewhere THE Winton correspondent of tlie Brisbane "Courier" telegraphs as fol lows :-D. O'Leaiy, the local agent for Messrs Cobb and Co., lias been com mitted for trial at the Police Conrt on the charge of the embezzlement of a ram of £412. THE last meeting of the local Council . established a record, considering the business on hand, for brevity, the "Act ing-Mayor (Aid. Filzwalter) displaying a praiseworthy promptitude in disposing of the various items on the agenda paper. Amongst matters discussed was that of bicycle riding on the footpath?, and we are pleased to see that the Council in tends dealing with offender?. The ordinary wheelman seems imbued with the idea that he owns the whole Earth, let alone the footpath, and a substantial fine may possibly serve to remind offend ing cyclists that after all they are not Kings of the Road. THE bill to amend the Pastoral Lenses Extension Acts, 1892 to 1897, now be fore the Legislative Assembly, provides for the repeal of subs...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Our ILiir:>l P,»rllaiuB.i«. Tli« il-mil fortnightly meeting of tin; Municipal Council was held on Wednes iliiy M-fniiij, the Aldermen [iwi'iit. I«;irig Mpserjs Pilz>vaIt«T, GiM>s. Billington, and Smith. 1 til the abs ncv of Hit' Mayor, AM. PilZvvalter was voted to I Ik* chair. Correspondence was rend from Mr. J. Hesketh, Government I21ectrican, | stating that he was unable to send his report for this mooting, as he wished to ; confcr with Mr. H»;nders"n,the Hvdrau j lie Engineer. ! From Mr. J. Armstrong (telegram) apologising' for Iiis inability to attend | the meeting. I From Mrs. J. H. Crombie thanking , the Council for their message of sym j pntliy. | From Mr. J. G. Green, directing the : Council s attention to the nnintier of goats running in the Divisional Hoard paddock and offering to provide assist ance in mustering them. From Mrs. Bronckhurst re goats ; from D. Fidler with invoice <>l" the re cent sale of gnats ; from L. <>. Richar-1 - so...

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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

MONTHLY LAND COURTS. The Land Commissioner attends at | GfaarlevOle (Cbarlevflle District) the third Friday in each month. Snrat (Sarat District) second Friday Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Roma, fiiBt Wednesday. The Land Commissioner will be pleased to give all necessaty information to intending selectors. The Land Agents at the abovenamed places will receive applications, show maps, etc. The woman who hesitates is won. Man wants bat little here below, and , keeps on wanting. j Fools makes feasts for wise men ta eat and get the goat. In the reproof of chance lies the true proof of a good bluffer. 1

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THE WARREGO ELECTION Mr. Hood at Adavale. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

THEWARREGO ELECTION Sir. Hood at Adawale. Odr Adavale correspondent wired on Wednesday morning :-"Mr. Hood ad dressed the electors at the Divisional Board Hall last night.. He was well received by a good representative gathering. His views as an Independ ent seemed to aecird with those of the electors present, leaving the impression that Mr. Hood's visit here was a perfect success. Messrs Bowman and" Francis are annonnced to speak this week."

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

Hr. Bowman at Cliarlevflle. Mr. D. Bowman, the Labor candi date, is advertised to address a meeting on Friday next. Mr. A. Dawson, M.I/.A., trill speak in favor of Mr. Bowman. The following were tbe figures polled by Messrs Crombie and Francis at the general election in 1893 : Crombie. Francis Charleville ... G5 128 Tarabo ... 19 6 Aogatbella ... 47 31 Morven ... 13 29 Adavale ... 14 16 Lansdowne ... IS 0 Mire Downs . ... 22 8 Miio Station ... 21 2 DiHalah ... 5 14 Giimburdo Station 5 2 Langlo Hotel ... 3 5 Oakivood ... 16 4 Killarney ... 3 2 Monnt Morris ... 12 1 Listowel Downs 10 0 Bierbank ... 9 0 281 248

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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 15 October 1898

Hints to Selectors.. 1. The land agent's office is open dailr for the receipt of applications for land between the honrs of 10 a.m. and i p.m., except on Saturday, when it close s at 12 noon. 2. Intending applicants for land should lodge applications at the hour ant? day faxed by proclamation declaring the land open, nsnally at .11 o'clock a.m. Thereafter any land nnselected trill 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 hour on the day fixed by pro clamation. Such 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 surveyed be sure, and procure a map of same from the local Land Office, issued gratis. A. valuable guide to intending selectors. 5. Should the land be unsurveyed but marked off in portions o...

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

Here and Elsewhere THE W<_ol Selling Brokers* Associa tion, with a view of securing additional accommodation for storing and showing wool, have leased from the Minister for Agriculture a portion of the Exhibition Buildings and annexes. As some delay has taken placo in shearing on the Darling Downs, the. association has de cided to postpone the opening sale until Saturday afternoon, 29th October. Tt is anticipated that some high-class clips Will be incladed in the catalogues, and tde total quantity available should be from 3500 to 4000 bales. By selling on Saturday afternoon Southern bnyers will be enabled to leave Sydney by mail train on Thursday night (Friday being aa off day in Sydney market), inspect the wool on Saturday morning, and re turn by Sunday's train. A TOUNO woman named Ada Hanlan, A domestic servant, committed suicide at Cunnamulla on Tuesday by drowning herself in the Warrego. The body was recovered NEXT day. A CORBKSPOITDENT writes complaining that althoug...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

WE have received from Paling and Co. a set of their musical instrument catalogues advertised in this issue. The catalogues, of which there are five, oc cupy fifty-two pages of printing, and . contain full description and prices of almost every musical instrument and musical accessory.' The band instru ment catalogue supplies all the neces sary information to bandsmen and others of Boosey and Co.'s, Besscn and Co.'s, and Couesnon's instruments and all band fittings and reqaisites; while the guitar, banjo, and mandoline catalogues furnishes very full particulars of these goods, most of which are from the fac tory of Lyon and Healy, Chicago, U.S. A. Another comprises the whole of the string family, and includes violins by all the best Continental makers, besides re liable copies of the old masters. The accordion and concertina lisS contains exact descriptions of the Imperial and Royal accordions, and German, Anglo German , and English concertinas. The fifth comprises various musical in...

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WARREGO ELECTION. Mr. Hood at Charleville. A DISGRACEFUL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

WABREGO ELECTION. Sir. Hood at Chnrlevillc. A DISGRACEFUL SCENE. Mr. W. W. Hood addressed a meet ing of tlie electors in the Schools of Arte, Charleville, on Wednesday night. The Mayor (Mr. John Armstrong) took the chair, and Mr. J. Leahy, member for the Bulloo, also occupied a seat on the platform. Mr. Hood delivered a brief address which was attentively listened to. He concluded by introducing Mr. Leahy. Mr. Leahy's rising was the signal for interruption, and it was aoon evident that an organised attempt was being' made to prevent him from speak ing. For the good name of Charleville it is only fair to say that this disgrace ful condnet was confined to a very small section, and the great majority of those present, of all shades of opinion, had no sympathy with it. The speaker straggled on for nearly three quarters of an hour, bat the din created by the little band of "patriots" at the rear of the hall was so great that at times the speaker's remarks were inaudible. Finally Mr. Leah...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

ft GREAT RECOVEF Anaemia, Atony, Dyspepsia, A VERY DANGEROUS CONDITION And AN ABSOLUTE RESUSCITATE The Case of MISS IRENE PAYNE, (From the " Neptan Times."J (BY OUR Sl'ECIAT.) Our reporter called on Miss Irene P»yne, of Penrith, N.S.W. That young kuly opened the door herself, and on hearing of the reason of his visit smilingly welcomed him into the house, and needed no pressing to relate the story of her sufferings ami her prompt recovery. She now appears to be in the possession of redundant health, and of a bright and vivacious temperament. On the pressman saying so, she said, " Yet once My Constitution Seemed Shattered. A long continued illness had qntte broken me down." "How did this occur, Alias Payne !" '* I began to suffer from what is scientific tally known as anaemia. My blood got extremely poor. My appetite and strength waned away till I gradually lout all my -healthy colour and became of a pa'e, Icadeu complexion, with large dark rings under my .yes. My food no longer nour...

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English and Foreign. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

En$rliMh and Foreign. London, October 20. I Severe gules prevail on the Eug j lish coast, accompanied by wrecks ; and loss of life. j Mr. Chamberlain has rctnrned to ) England from his visit to the Uni , ted States. He hopes that the j Anglo-American alliance will speed ily be realised. A farther nnmber of French j crnisers are being hnrriedly prepared for service at Toulon. All officers en leave have been recalled. Minister at Peking the Empress Dowager has allowed a *neclica! ex amination to be made of the Em peror of China, who is fonnd to he cheerfnl thongh . weak and anaemic. Hicks-Beach, Chancellor of the Exchequer, In a speech at Tyne month said Great Brit~in had prct her foot down with regard to Faslio iiii, and the Government were pre pared to do their datj', and being Kicked np by the nnited nation K'onld shrink at nothing. M The Paris papers report that feverish activity prevails in the ?French naval ports of Breste, Cher leonrn, and Tonlon,. The " Temps" however states t...

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MONTHLY LAUD COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

MONTHLY LAUD COURTS. The Land Commissioner attends afc Charleville (Charlevflle District) the third Friday in each- month. Snrat (Sarat District) second Friday Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Roma, fi/st Wednesday. The Land Commissioner will be pleased to give all necessary information - to intending selectors. 1 The Land Agents at the abovenamed , places will receive applications, show j maps, etc. i

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Correspondence. [?] WARREGO ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

?j^orrespoadencs. E WARREGO ELECTION. THE EDITOR.-Sir,-As an im >n appears to be in the ntinds of of the Warrego electors that my neat as a proposed candidate was ?ssary, I beg to state that the ition, promised to me, asking me c forward was never handed to nd to tli<! best of my belief was n prepared, which I think left rse I look opeu to me without ng l lie i-Ieclors. The sudden i our l:ite member precipitated ction by Kouie mouths, and whilst prepared to come iorward ait a ale if sufficient time was available to satisfactorily arrange tny com 1 affairs, it would be ruinous for do so under conditions which disorganise my business. Under circumstances I think the electors e satisfied. 1 A. AESCHIMAKSL THE EDITOR.-Sir,-It is very that the distribution of ink me, bnt considering the loneliness life and the Tew people I have the H? ire of meeting my craving for yonr valuable colamus may be thanking yoa for in fill' my ^ast letter, yon, like many J|||, nmy have mistaken m...

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