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The Tick Plague. DR. HUNT'S RECENT EXPERIMENTS. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. (From the Capricornian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898
The Tick Plague. :!>&.. Hukrs kscent experimksts. AST 2XTZmS?rSG I2TTEHV1EW. (Fram tie Canricomiaii.') It has aJresdy fce-en mentioned 111 tlipsa coiuums * I-nt Dr. Hunt lias been conducting a.ceiies of experiments with a view to cle -mozatniiiES ii"-0 value of inoculation in .la&lt;r rjrsvcnliia or tici faver, and, with the object of obtaining somo information on tho matter, a representative of this paper recently waited on t ho doctor. ISr. Hunt readily imparted full details of tha experiments and the deductions he has. made from the results ? jSpaisdcd is a full report of ibo interview About those experiments aSGraceuscre con cernipS which ii* joraowhafc misleading telo r-ara vrsa reserved from Brisbane, and wuicli ?was .3ub34^\isnil7 corrccirl-"Th.~t aro the facfa and what the outcome ? . . _ ^19 oroerimant in question w^3-ueai^jncd to ^ .. j V j j - - i3ixc-f> . rau?i> tao p'^otec-iva v&Iuo or icocu^vtioii hx Mcging csttla that hz'l beo'i C01E3 ...
Affairs in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898
Affairs in China. Mr. McDonali, the B-itieli envoy at Pekin, has strongly and forcibly informed the Ohineoe Tenngliyamen that Britain will not tolerate inter ference from any Power with British railway contract or for railway loan. M ParloufF, the Russian Ambassador, immediately made a similar declara tion on behalf of Russia.
NEW SOUTH WALES. Federation. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898
NEW SOUTH WAIVES. Federation. STDSET, Friday. The Hon. S. Carruthers, Minister for Lands, vecterdav forshadowed t&lt; e Premii'r'rt probable policy in regard to frilcRuion. Parliament la t&lt;> ilixcOM t he qui-Mtioii Fully before* the conference iviiIt the olhor colonics id held. lVr.ilnmri wait d. fe.-ited by Cloon for the Hnn 'icap, thon»Ii the Ans >r;ilihii li-.rai- eras a strong f ivourite The Viicciiiatiim B'll has passed the House » Commons, bnt it is to be regarded as an ..xperiinent for fire years. The yacht E.i.er.l.I, steor.'d by Lord Brassey, won h r-ico at the|Southampton regatta. Turraach won fho chess championship tournament. 1
Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 6 August 1898
Week's Epitome. The money thrown on tb-the- stage of the Opera House during the singing of Miss Ada Reeve's favourite sons. " Only & Penny," amounted to £3, ' which has been presented to the Brisbane General Hospital. The- Civil Sittings of the Supreme Court'commence ou Mouday before Mr. Justice Cooper. Mr.John Brodio was on Saturday tlo clarvd'elected us a member of the Belmont Diridoiml B-i»rd, on the ground of the informality of th» only other nomination received-namely, _ that of Sir. Charles Wheeler. Ne*a has been received that Bishop Stone-Wig; has recovered from a sharp attack of lever, contracted soon after his arrival in Near Guinea. Rev. R. A. R. FLiy has been appointed sntwdean' ofrSt. John's.. The steamer Premier again ran aground in «hf Nnrrons, causing her passengers to be delayed for sever >1 days in Gladstone. Mr. Castling, nn>mb»r for Townsville. had a very flittering send off from that city on Saturday last when leaving for Brisbane. | Th« revenue ret...
THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. LONDON, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898
THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. Ttosvov, August 7. &lt;4 Ik is reported feat the Spanish Cabinet hav6 tpgtovvi of the hwie ot terms of peace pro posed by the American I'eace Commissioners, and their r>-ply to thf proposals pat forward is stated to give no occasion for farther re sponse on the part of the United States. Another report states that the Cabinet trill fight the question of the disposal of the Cuban debt.
Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898
Lawn Tennis. A Lawn Tennis tnnrnament, under the aiispices of the Half Holiday Tennis Olnb is bejng played nn the School of Arts coort. The matches" ara held an Tiwxuday and Saturday afternoons, the first gams commencing on the 4th inat. Tfaa following ara the resale of the games played s GEBTLEMEK'S SINGLES. Fxssr Hocsa.. Mr. M» Gallagher-SO, o«at Mr. W. J3. Maskonaie-15. (9-8). Mr. E. Donaldson-15 X SO, beat Mr. D. Eidler, BCiaSch- (0-2). Mr, J. Cotnmings--30, beat Sir. A. &lt;J. Sim moods-30. (3-6). Mr. G. N- Bell-h 15, beat Mr. G. H. ProTan-30- (2-7). Mr. F- Goertz-30, beat Mr. P. Powell -SO i 30. (9-5). SECOND Eouud. Mr. if. Gallagher-50, beat Mr. J. Cammings-30. (0-3) LADIES' SINGLES. Miss Harercroft-15, beat Miss Vanghan-15. (9-3).
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898
Progress Association. The second meeting of the newly-farmed Progress Aa3iciation wa3 held in the Municipal Chambers on Friday the 5th instant. There was a Rtir attendance, the chair fcoina occupied by Mr. Locieit. Measxa. Smith and Brennen reported pro gress of the canvassing of the town for members. The total number of names re ceived was 48. The minutes of the pre vious meeting were read by 3Ir. French, O.E. Mr-Fiizwalterproposed, "Thatthe Ptogrea3 Association be formed." This was seconded by i&r. Smith and catried. It wan proposed by Mi. Partridge, sec onded by Mr. Fitzwalter, " That tha com mittee consist of twelve, Sva to form a qnornro." Carried. The following were then elected as members of the committee; Messrs. N. J. Weatergaard Kielsen, H. O. Nielsen, L«cl&lt;ett, Barber, Strachan, Aeschimann, Francis, Green, W. Gihbs, Etncas, Hooper, Adrain. Mr. Manning proposed, "That this meeting elect a president and vice-president." On being pat to the meeting, howeve...