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Hints to [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

1. The land agent's office is open daily for the receipt of applications for land between tbe hoars of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., except on Saturday, when it closes at 12 noon. 2. Intending applicants forN land stionld lodge applications at the hour am* day fixed by proclamation declaiming the land open, usually at 11. o'clock a.m. Thereafter any land n# selected will be open for selection from 110 a.m. to & p.m. Applications may, be lodged| before the hour and day mentioned ini the proclamation, bat they will not have! priority over those lodged at the par-l ticalar honr 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 sore and procare a map of same from the local Land Office, issned gratis. A valuable guide to intending selectors. 5. Shonld the land be nnsorveyed bnt marked off in portions on maps, su...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Police Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

Police Pars. At the police court on the 17th the Police Magistrate gave his decisioo in the case against Wee Wee for being un lawfully in the possession of opium. A fine of £5 with 5s 6 j costs, or 1; month hard labor in Roma gaol, was inflicted. James O'Mara, for drunkenness, was fined 20s or 48 houra, and an old of fender in the person of Maggie Fisher was given another chance and discharged with a caution. * A. O'Connor, against whom a charge of obscene language at VFyandra was preferred, failed to pat in an appearance and the amount of his bail(£3)was con sequently forfeited. On the 18th. Patrick Dwyer, for ob scene language, was fined 40s with the alternative of 1 month with bard labor in Runia gaol. He was also fined 10s for over-indulgence in "liquid fire and distilled damnation." . A prohibition order was granted against Jaotcs O'Mara. John Honan sued George C. Free man for £4 18s 81 wages due. The defendant >lid not put in an appearance, and a verdict was given for the c...

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

Hullo ! "What's this TED llASSALL, Is now tho Landlord of the Newly Erected (at tbu Ward Crossing on the Yarronvalc Bond), where he hopes to meet all his Old and now friends. GOOD FISHIXG and SHOOTING in tie Neighbourhood. Best Liquors and Good Account odatioa. Horse Feed always on hand for Sale. Drovers, Carriers, and others supplied with - Stores and all road information. A WELL-GRASSED I'ADDOCK within half a mile o£ the dote). A BRANCH STORE of Fitzwilter and Co is now OI'KNED at Gowrie Hotel under tl.e Management of Ted. Hassall. DROVERS, GIVE ME A CALL. AJ.RAIBOHD & CO., Sanoiiners and Timber Merchants. Head Office and Yards-BRISBANE. .SAW BULLS-R<«-fcton, Comment, and L'enudesert. I | AVE All Rinds of ROUGH and I ! DRESSKD TIMBER, MOULD INGS. fic , in Stock, and Supply Orders nn the Shortest Notice and at the Cheapest Rules. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KOMA. P. R. M cGxath BEGS to Inform the Public and his Western friends in particalar, that he has tufcen tin- above w...

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

N Yon are possibly on ffS*e E»»giaf <»f* Ms-Siiaa^r fi"s*e l»ar*: lions for tlie SPKJ[I«^i5IF» ^CMMEK §g||gjP§) ^JEASOHTS. .$> JDO HOT FoBCET THAT _ _ ; . $ ' * s -Alfred. Street, M AS. A IMMESSlll. ABCER ivlio can taaa'sa ont all clashes of Dresses fie at for Fit, Origin all|f, floish, and IPrlce casinof &e excelled in tlie Colony. SAMPLE8 AND MEASUREMENT FORMS SHUT 0>T APPLICATION DR. HRKALDY, Corner of Galatea and Wills! Streets. Hoars af Con&altation-9 a.in. to 10 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. Vaccination performed every FRIDAY it "p.m. «G. N. HELL, sbjLicrroit, CHARLEYILLE. Late of Powers and Robinson*?, and of T. Bnnloa'a, Brisbane. E-J. CARTER AND CO., CHARLEVILLE, - FORWARDING. CARBYISSi COMMISSION ANO GENERAL AGENTS, Sellable Information oa aSI runttera relating to Routes, TariSs, &c. Large Accommodation Paddock close to Railway. Stock Beeaivetl and Trucks'?. ?;m 0102111, ? ALFREB-ST., CH ABLE VILLI!, GROCER,' JPro^liice Mei...

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

Alirsiys Cheapest House for PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS, COIINETS, ACCORDEONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, PICCOLOS GUITARS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES, AUTOHARPS, POLYPHONS, TAMBOURINES. ZITHERS, MOUTH ORGANS, DRUMS, And every bind of Brasa or other iLstru ment for Bands and Orchestras, and MuBical Instruments nnil Fitting of every description. IMMENSE STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. Immense Stock of MUSIC, now pnbli atiQns, by almost every tn:til. Music Catalogue (117 page») sent post free. V.I. PA1M & CO. LTD., Are Sole Agents for Pianos:-LIPP, the genuine Lipp and Sobn ; BRINSMEAD, STEINWAY, COLLARD, Jnlins Feurich, Ucbel & Lechleiter, Carl Ecko, Gore & Kallui.iu, the wonderful medium priced VICTOR, and the astonishi. glv perfect low priced E. BELLING. Every new Piano sold by W. H. Paling & Co, Ltd., not only has special metal frame but contains various modern im provements in construction for extreme climates. It is in consequence of these improvements that the P...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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The World at Largs [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 22 October 1898

Tte "World, at Largs The case or'the Brilliant Company v. Craven, Tor tlie recovery of 12<\000 tons oF tailings, was tried at Charters Towers and resulted in judgment for the defen dant. The Now South Wales Premier hopes that the debate on the Federal resolu- . tions will be finished nest Weduesd-v Directly the House has arrived at a decision on the resolutions Mr. I»eid will communicate with the other Pre miers as to the procedure to be adopted to bring about Federation. Sir George Turner, as chairman of the Standing Committee of the Federal Council, has suggested that the next meeting of the Council should be held in Melbourne on the 2-1 th January. The ringmen speak of the Caulficld Cup day as one of the most disastrous experienced by them For many years. Seventeen wheelers at the Lambton Colliery have struck work For nn in crease of pay, thus throwing 200 men idle. The steamer Razilfa has left Fort Melbourne with a valuable consignment of horses For India, and the shi...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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WARREGO ELECTION. THE POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

mmm BLECTM. THE POLLING. . The election of a member for tha Warrego in place of the late Mr. James Crombie took place on Saturday last. At Charleville Mr. H. J. Carter offici ated as Retaining Officer, whilst Mr. J. T. French took the place of poll clerk, and Messrs Balfour, Nielsen and ? Smith acted as scrutineers. Polling proceeded very quietly daring the day, the sap porters of each candidate working hard for tiieir respective nominees, but with out any of the ill feeling so often notice able in similar contests.. At an early hoar in the afternoon a considerable crowd had collected in the vicinity of the Court House, and this was gradually augmented until at the time the poll closed (4 o'clock) the footpath and nd jacent street was lined with an anxious crowd. As soon as the ballot papers had been counted, the Returning Officer announced the result, and the jubilation on the part of Mr. Bowman's supporters proclaimed the fact that the Labor candidate had secured a majority in Cha...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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English and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

Kngrltelt and Voreigrn. The British Government has in vited the Clyde sbiphnilders to ten der for the construction of fonr battleships, a first class cruiser and twelve torpedo boat destroyers. Rhodes states that with the anthoriry of Lord Kosebery who was then Premier, he warned France in 1894 that Great Britain wonld fi^ht to prevent the catting of the British connection between North and Sonth Africa. The Frcnch-Canadian newspapers are showing pronounced sympathy with France in connection with the Fashodajqnestion. The Anstralian bred mare Georic won the Cambridgeshire Stakes. It is semi-officially announced that Fi.shoda will shortly be evac uated^ by the French. Preparations for war a~e still being oiade by France and G. eat Britain, bnt both sides claim paciGc intentions. The London Stock Exchange is now steady, and there has been a general recovery in all classes' of i stock. - j A proclamation snrnmoning the J army reserves, militia, and ? volnn : teers. has been prepared by...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

School of Arts. - A special meeting of the Committee | of the School of Arts was held in the Divisional Board Hall on Mondaj even ing, the members present being Messrs Lockett (chair^, W. Gibbs, E. T. Bren nen, J. Partridge, H. J. Carter, W. B. McKenzie. G. Barber, C. Powell, and F. E. S. Griffin (Hon. Sec. pro. remJ) It was decided to rent the Iraildin known *.« Agnew's store from Mr. N. W. Nielson as a temporary read in room and library, and Messrs Locket Gihbs, and Barber, were appointed a Famishing Committee. Feeling references were made to sad end of the late Secretary and Libra rian. and it "was resolved on the- motio of Messrs Powell and Brennen to pi on record their appreciation of the ser ?ices which Mr. Wilson had rende the Institution. The meeting then closed. m A profit of ahnnt £1100 was madrf. over the V.A.T.G. Spring Meeting. Coant - -Blaravieff, - Rassi.iri Minister for Foreign Affairs, is now at Vienna, where he has had a long conference with Count Golachowski. the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

Mnother Sluggisd R#T/ YEARS' MISERY, DULL, WIARY, DEPRESSED, MSOMNIAt TREMORS, VOMITING, fir Sir* THOMAS BARRETT Testifies and Narrates his Trouble # ..Recovery, (bt OUB SraCZftlt SEPQBCSR.) For. a period of no less than 43 years Mr. -Barrett has been a fluIJicr in the Queen's ? Service ;10 years in the Imperial Serviee, sad- 25: jjears-i't the Now South Wales ArtiUej-y. , Kveryoue iii military circles j£fe&j\ra."fiam Uurrett, he is 3 man oi Sao ;-4e-rytas--(>uce;i. However, ho still in-tii, and every inch a soldier, - . ; aat.5 }>k sueurui our reporter, who interviewed i»J.t P-J *Q ai3 Auro 5by ©icrnenio TonSo of Liver eon-ji'^iiit and Indigestion, that ho was still -ua y li> take up arms iijftiu In the event . f his mm v ess Ix'ing in ivi|i[C3t. '* Had you iilwajs good hc.il th in the arrnj?" asktd «.ur reporter.' -. "3 , on the cotnuy I auifered for many years from a DJijorffiiercaS Mwesr, and a badly impaired digestion. Sometimes I" wub very had, hut! never obta...

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'MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Latest by Wise. Queensland News. Brisbane, October 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

Latest fey Wise. Queensland lews. Brisbane, October 28 In the Assembly the second read ing of the Mining Bill was carried on the voiced. Forecast : Yery great heat with capricious thunderstorms. The temperature in Brisbane yes terday was 100 degrees in the shade the highest since 1893. The wool sales ripen in Brisbane tcMiiotrow. Twelve of the leading Sydney bnyers will arrive to-night.

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A Peculiar Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

A IPecraMsaB* CBailM. Mra. William Groves, of Queen's Road, New Ltimhtnn, recently wrote to the Bile Beans Manufacturing Com pany's Sydney Office, giving an account of a care by the use oE the Beans in the case of her daughter, a school-girl of ten years of age. In the face of the brief facts mentioned by Mrs.' Groves, in a pare spirit of gratitude, the Conr pany requested that the case should be impartially investigated. A cordingly. a representative of the Newcastle "Her ald" trailed upon Mrs. Groves, who is known in the locality as Mrs. Selina Groves, who' went thoroughly into the circumstances of the case. The girl's name is Ethel Rose Qrnres, now a re gular attendant at the A'lamst.wn Pub lic School. From the time she was three months old, her mother says, "she has been troubled with liver complaint, and for years ago she suffered from aj .severe attack of typhoid fever and ycl- j low jaundice. Her kidney* have since ; been said to be diseased. Eeacn winter the little girl beca...

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Intercolonial. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

Intercolonial. Melbourne. October 28. Latest betting : Derby-3 to 1' on Bobadil, 7 to 1 v Cocos, 100 to ! 1 Cordite, 100 to 5 Holster, Heretic and Wcfcfrilark, 100 to 3 Ganleon and Lee-Metford. ! Melbonrne Cnp-8 to 1 The Grafter and Massinissa,-100 to JO Clarion, 100 to 8 Dreamland, 100 to 7 Amberite, 100 to 5 Wait-a-bit, Rosebery, Merloolaa, and The Chief 100 to 4 Elnsiao, 100 to 3J Cocos, 100 to 3 to 100 to 1 others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

-- -*1 " flpper Warrego Basing CM. GBASS-FED KSBTnra, TO BE BUN AT A. UGAT HELLA ON President-T. A. BItODIE ' Vice-Presidents-<1. W. PEYTON and J. E. BACETGH , Hon. Secretary and Treasurer-Ck-S. HOLUNGS . . Griimiiittw^ * - «V B- L. GRAY. E. G. WALLACE, J. \V. WEIR M. MoGBATTT, P. EARNER, A. E. BELL, T. E. PEYTON, A. JONES, r. tornbgll. - . "FtT^t ZDa,3r. MONDAY, 26th DECEMBER. To start at 11.30. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE c* 12 «nv«" tior»e 2 f>VR. from the " jKixe : 1 «nn»- ml a du-tnrwe . lowest neipl.t 9«t. 7IK Tr> Rt*rt nt 12.15. 3?trDRV rt ATE 't 10 kco?.« hofiv 2 fm* frrcn mi»» ; about 6 ' fnrtoep* : f<>r age. All hnrw lo In «?r«' and-foaled within 160 BniTiP of Ait».''hel!a. To utart n» 12.45. AUGATHELLA HANDICAP"*- 15 kot, wfnni! Imrte 2 sovp. from prize; about 5furlor.gR. LUNCH. To rtart at 2 30, LADIUS' IflLlS it 10 nwn. ("cash or trophy), iweond horse 2 wvs. fmqi "" jiihr ; aVwt 1 tnife ; welter h-mdi rap. Horves to be nominated by ladie* ami pwn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

CHAKLEVILLE. TAILORlSfi JH31» A WTO S3 XI*. ' ???t. TROUSERS TO MEASURE*, from t2s». <M. - SUITS TO JiEASURE, from v£i ASSA3I SILK SUITS TO' : Sfle, and, :-Woitaas§ip; GiMteetf, ' "; **'." . 5*0 $i'ii >?:*?,< .-V-.I : .. .-I."! HADIES' DRESSES, &cn,IN TSE IiATEST STYLE "r AT LOWEST PRICE. H. CHARLEVILLE. t.,a ... ?<i«wwr of Galatea. and; WiBsl. Streets^. Jffwim «j£ Con&uliotion-9 a.nst to 10; a.p?. &F.m> to'5 pja.; 7 ;$.m ; *wYa«nnation performed' bvdry FBIPAY {at' ' p.tn.. IS7. ; "9s:r.*.'s > . ct ire?«B©i<ac;a®©sr»' . : *.. CHARLEyiLt£.j <&PQwers and BoMnsan's, #a$ prJT.; -r.: - -Bontoa's, Brisbane.: - *'. CSASIjtjViLiSB, ? j .F0RV/AHB1H8. ; iiQMfettGft'AH'Q gEN£i?AwrASShl^; . KeliableInformation . on ' af!; i&fipg to Kaote^Tarife, &cy--. . ;; | ItT**C» Accommodation TaSaep'kclcie to ? J^0wiiyv . /. .. Stock Bccqived and TrncKeS^ - .? CiSf |IS ,^;: ? ALFRED-ST., CHABLliJ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

A|nN«yi^ : , Cheajiest JDEaose tfer PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLtNS.CORNETS ACgdRQEONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, PICCOLOS GUITARS, BANJOS, "MANDOLINES, AUTOHARPS, .POLYPHONS, TAMBOURINES, WITHERS, MOUrEt ORGANS, BRUMS, And every "kind of Brass, or otber Instru ment for Bands and Orchestras, nnd Musical Instruments and Pitting of ovary description. IMMENSE STOCK, LOWEST PRIDES. Immense Stock of MUSIC, new publi ations, by almost every mail. Music Catalogue (137 pages) sent post fre«. <1 *i5Jya Are Sola Agents for Pianos:-LIPP, the genuine Li tip and Sohn ; BSINSMEA-D, STEIN WAY, COLLAR!), Jniina Feurich, Uebel & Leohleiter. Carl Scire, Oors & Rallman, the wonderful. Jpsdium priced VICTOR, and the astonisai? gly perfect low priced E. BELLING. BfoSiy n&w Piano sold by V/. H. Paling1 4 Co., Ltfl., not only has special metal frame bat contains various modern im J provementa in construction for extransa j climates. 16 is in conseqnenca of these i improve...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Wcdnes- . day evening, the aldermen present being' Messrs. J. Armstrong (mayor), Smith,' Fitzwalter, Billington, and Gibbs. I Correspondence wa3 read from Messrs | Danaher and Son-, offering a ceaVy ro&d ! rolJ?r for,j>ioO. From Yeates Bros., again submitting their letter, re enforcing by-laws, tc., ' for tho consideration or tno Council. ! From several residents of West i Charleville, asking that a well ho nut down on Oidya Creek as tha water in i the river was unfit for use, and tlia well at Seaman's was inadequate to supply f the residents. From Mr! Hesketh (wire) to the effect that ho was deferring his report on the electric light scheme till farther consultation with the Hydraulic En gineer, and asking that fresh tests of the bore pressure he made 3nd forwarded to him. The Coancil were of opinion that the offer of Messrs. Daaafier and Son re roller was not editable. Aid. Smith moved that the letter fr...

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Disastrous Fire. TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

Disastrous Fire. TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THEJ SCHOOL OP ARTS. . l ?IIIIMMIII m 'M] , mi . a,J_ made, hat ,e oniy^V^raHSMgnpKTU prive the true explanation *@R§ISSfoUely perished with the building.^Tlven when the first alarm was raiseil th« tire had obtained possession of the place, and although the fire brigade was-on the scene within a very short time it was impossible to do anything to save the building." Atten tion was accordingly directed to pre venting the spread of the fire to the adjoining planuses ocoppied .by Messrs. Yeatea Bros., ? Howlott, and FMIer, and in this tile brigade was successful. Luckily the niglit was very calm, and this materially assisted ill ? coping with tlio flames and confining them to the School oF Arts. Within an hoar from the time that tlie hells first rang oat their warning nothing remained but a' blackened, smoking mass to indicate the position of one of the principal buildings in Charleville. The saddest feature of the fire was the death of the secreta...

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Here and Elesewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

MR, tJmiAcs, who act3 39 fire adjtis "5" "t«r for tie various msurancs companies, in expected to reach CnarleviHe tbis-af ternooa to snake the usnal inquiries in connection with the fire at tie School of Aria. '' Wa hear that Mr. C. . D. Francis, one of the candidates at'tie recent elec tion, intends snaking the dost of the WaiTego o£r his feet and varying the " monotony of "colonial esperience" by. a trip, to tha old coanisy. Whilst '.ve feel inclined to-eav^iim tas Inscry, we are tVSTe thai friend and fee alike will join .with G3 in wishing hies ion ro-egb. THE election jnst concluded in the Warrego ia-one of tee qaietesi ever held in ^Iiis district. 2?ot even a fight, .not cren an over-ripe eg^ (a strong argn -.meafc with some people) thrown, and victor and vanquished were on the best possible terms with each other. Which is all as it should be, even if a trifle dis appointing to those folk who seek in an election an escuie and opportunity to .' "display their rowdyism. j - WE ar...

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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

3£lmts to Selectors.. 1. The land agent's office is open daily for the receipt oE applications for land between the hoars of* 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., except on Saturday, when it closes at 12 noon. 2. Intending applicants for land should'lodge applications at thehonr anc? day fixed 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 Btioa. bntthev wiIl«not have, r t. 3 * <. . \ « Cf' :-o\£ ; gT the nean give the dif? _ required. sre drawn t4 scale. 6. Farms mast not have a greater breadth of frontage to a main water course or road more than two thirds of the depth. 7. Each application mnsfcj'be lodged in triplicate and signed in full by the applicant either personally or by power of attorney or agaot. B« careful thai the spelling is correct. Any person wlm is over the age of 16 years can apply for either agricultural...

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