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Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Stock and Station. _ Squatters, Agents, Dro7ors, and otnsrs ?making to pul Iiah reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which have taken place in their respective districts, in this column, trill kindly forward the information SO as to reach thisoffico no fc later than Friday eretungs, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. TEIES Office, Friday. Kennard & Co., report iiaving sold privately finca their laat. report :-612 bullocks far Stamsay Bros., Harrow; 406 fat bulloc&s for the Scottish Widows, Jtonlie; 800 -fat bnlloc&a and 300 fat cows .for same owners; 1000 store bul locks for Ardoclt station ; 500 fat bullocks for D. C. McConnell & Suns, Cr« ssbmok ; 150 tab halloc&a for D. D- & W. Lind Co., Boaisbs; 200 fat fcnllnctra for H. E- Munro Esq., Canning Downs; 300 fat cows for Basil Phibr>a K?q. ; 500 fat bollocks for Messrs. Bjirge and McC< n Bel>, Mfc Brisb.jnR ; 697 . olloc...

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

3naiacs3 Hotices. DR. KIMALDY, Corner o£ Galatea and Wills Streets. 3obtb of Consultation:-0 a.m- to 10 am ; 2 p.ra to 5 p.m.; 7 p.m. to 9 p.m : Vaccination perfornied every FRIDAY at S5.0 . - CHEMIST, . . Stationer and Newsagent, OUaxle^rille. and HeVr ifow Year Cards, great .Z-A. variety; Birthday Cards, Photo jTomej, Photo Albums, Paint Boxes, Japassao Vases, Int Stands, Juvenile Prize 3ot>In, Toy' Soois, Serial Volumes, Lett's jDiarira, &c., etc. Country Older* Punctually Attended To. nrSPEClIOK" INVITED. jGr. f . ^ELL, . v Solldtar, - - CHARLEVTLLE. Iila ofPowetB and Robinson's, and o T. {Sunton's, Xriatano. COBB AND CO (Luimed.) . .ROYAL ;MAH. COACHES .tnSS COAC3E3 of tie above Line will J. BITS' aa FOLLOWS until further sialics: Audits lis to Tratic-ilocday, ai & n'jn , Aaja&eiLi to Ckarlsvilla-Safcurtiay, at .7 3,a, Adzvalo to CharlsTillj-Saturday's nod Ton* day's si'5 a-a. Msroia tal-fjoialsdah-TM23ay at 7 a-m 2Ia«!»il to Izaba-Tbnrz&z?, 5...

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New Guinea Concession. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

New Guinea Concession. The Hon. T. J. Brrnes lias notified the Governor of Queensland's objec tions to the New Ghiinea concession and proposed amendments*

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Pacific Cable. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Pacific Cable The Premier has notified ttie other colonies that Queensland in willing to contribute its share of'four-ninths towards the construction, of the Pacific cable, which/amount was de manded from the colonies at the recent conference in London.

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LATEST BY CABLE. Capture of Coomo. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

LATEST BY CABLE. Capture of Coomo. LONDON. Thursday. The American troops under Captain Wilson ba«o captured the town of Goomo, Pnerto Rico, inflicting heavy losses on the Spaniards.

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Hooley's Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Hooley's Insolvency. The Insolvency Court sat two hoars hearing denials of the charges made by Mr. H"<>ley. Many witm-asea stated on oath that the statements were {alee

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SICKNESS AMONGST UNTIED STATES TROOPS. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

SICKNJESS AMONGST UNELED STATES TROOPS. .O 1 ? Zossos, Amgust G. Thaprincipal officers of the army which : has bees operating against the Spanish troops at Santiago de Cuba, have signed an appeal to General Shaffer, the officer commanding, to remove the troops to the Northern States. It is stated by the petitioners that maTarinl fever has destroyed the efficiency of the troops, and they fear the inroads of yellow fever. The petitioners add that the army must be removed or perish. Tbeauthorities at Washington have ordered the transports engaged to convey General Miles's forces to Puerto Bico to instantly proceed to Santiago for the purpose of deport ing the troops thence, ingfanH of going to Puerto Bico.

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Latest. Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. The Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Latest. Telegrams. o QUEENSLAND. BBISBAKB, Friday. The Exhibition. The attendance at tbe Exhibition yesterday numbered 10,000.

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DIFFICULTY IS CUBA. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

DIFFICULTY IS CUBA. loirooN", Angnst 6. It 2s considered thai the United States authorities will have some diificnlty in estab lishing garrisons Is Cuba as the Spanish with draw. The insurgents are in many places ready to assume the Government, and there la a disposition amongst them to wreak ven geance on the supporters of the Spanish ad ministration.

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Affairs in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Affairs in China. The Times correspondent at Pekin Btaten that the Chinese Government has formally awsented to all the de mands from the Ruasian Ambassador concerning the Shanghai bank loan, which is directly opposed to the former contract. It is stated that a' number of other concessions have been granted to Russia jiving her practically dominant power. The Chinese express a hope that Britain will interfere and insist upon a re vision of the concessions.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Cricket. In the cricket match Middlesex v Surrey tfce former were victorioiw. In the second innings A. ID. Trott took 6 wickets for 87 runs. Th« Alaryleboue Cricket Olnb is in* citing leading English comities to each nutnina'e a representative for a board <>f management fur the test matches to be l-foyed ngainat the Australian E'e»eu nest year.

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£400 Damages. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

£400 Damages. In the case in which A. Beed sued the South Brisbane Council for £1,000 damages for injartes received by the upsetting of his dogcart, caused by the Council's steam-roller frightening his horse, the plantiff Was awarded £100 and costs.

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Intercolonial Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Intercolonial Football. A Football mutch under the British Association rales was played at Ipswich be' ween Now South "Wales and the West IVforeton teatn. and was von by New Snath Wales by three points to nil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

the Gharfevt'lle limes, EDUHSIESD UVtLUT Saturday Morning. XB2M8 OF iffBSOBWTION ®r Towk 5s. Od. per Quarter Cororasx ... . ... 6s. 6d. per Quarter Sctgxe Corz, 6d. Jj)TTBBTISma CHARGES. Ontiacb ... 4a Od. JSSyoiy additional inch or fraction of an inch 2s. Cd SlAHSIKS A33VSBT1S3M3KT3.-A liberal jHrarant will bo allowed for all Standing .AdTcrtisesnsnta. Births, Marriages, ant! Deaths (which mast Trail authenticated and paid for in advance" 2* 6d. each insertion. Uoticej of Ajsplicaiionfor licensed Ticiu aUora3 Licaasss/or for Transfer of satae, £1. Orders to withdraw or altar Advertisexai'nts most he sent in in writing to command atten ion, and the nambar of insertions required ssost bs Isgibly writton on each advortise -naxit, otherwise they will ba published until euntormanded, and charged for accordingly. Standing Advcrtiseipenta cannot bo With drawa befora tho espira&n of tho Current Quattar, in which noticj 13 given, unless on 6hs understanding that escn insertion will ...

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Presbyterien Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Prssbjtariaa Social. A very GucMSstuI sooial and oalo of work was held in the Charlevilla Presbyterian Church last eveniuj?. Tho goods at tho stall comprised articlco left over from the oale of work bold in tho church a faw months ago. About 130 persona vrero present and tho chair "-as occupied by th- pastor of tha church flier. James Gillespie). The pro crammo vras very onjoyablo and was listened to with (jrcat attention. It consisted of the holds '. Thv Waco," BXr. It. Stephenson ; " Th<* Bug'ar," Mr. Parker; " 7/hc/n that tapping at the Garden Gate," Mrs. H. O. Kielsen; "Carisairaa" and " Golden Love." Mrs. Moyer; "That is Love," Mr. Mailings; '* Always tjio Slothar'o Advico," Miss Euby Symmonds; duet, " Flow on, Thou Shining Biver," SIra. H. O. Nielsen and llr. Major; trio, " Winds Gently Whisper," Mrs. Sym monds and Messrs. Parker and Major. A well rendered chorus, "Fair Cores," was suns by tho choir At the ond of the musical part of the progrnrame, refreshment* were...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

CYCLING NOTES. People who ndo bicycles divide themselves readily into three classes, " Scorchers," "Cyclists" and "Biliiata." The first and last are as far apart as the poles, bat there is one particular in which they Coincide. Scorchers and BifciaJs both go about in numbers. When spealring of ocorohera tae collection of individuals would bo called a "push," but or Siiista would ba called a ?* party " When a '"PuA" overtakes a, "'Party" there is gsncnilly friction j a "Party" nsvar overtalics a " Push " but has »ometims's been known to 'voriifce a Funeral, Both combina tion* are avoided by Cyclists became they are equally dangerous. General conversation is kept up by both a Party and a Posh, eamples of whioh wo Bu6. xait ?A3Z? COXTIBaAIIOS. " Avoid that (tone, Ladies " "Thank yon, Mr. Footles." " Who ha« a .pump?" "1 have" (in several places). »' Do you wut one t" " Oh, 110! I only wanted to tie Sure In of accident." " Mr. Footles never allows me to go oat without all necessaries." ...

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Petty Debts Court. THURSDAY, 11th August, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Petty Debts Court, THURSDAY, 11th Aognet. 1898. Before J. Vivian-Williams, P.M. A. Aeschiroann v. F. Hoffman, timber supplied and work donr, £4 &. Mr. Lncbetfe for plaintiff! No appearance of dt-fendant. Verdict for plaintiff with 5«, coats of court. M. O'Doiinell ». W. Fly nil, hoard and lodging, and money di?, SA 15s. 0d. Mr. B--1I for plaintiff. N« appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff with 5i. 6d. coats of court. Andrew Strachan v. Thomas Griffiths, board and lodging, and m»ney due £2 lis. Kir. Imobett for plaintiff, Mr. Bell for defendant. Plaintiff nonsuited without coats.

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Preposed new Court House and Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

^reposed mew Court House asafi Sziclge. Wo understand, on the best authority, that piano for cho proposed new court boom at Charleville nave been prepared. The building is to be a .brick one, and is esti mated to coat £-i,CGO- Tho Minister for Vv ork3, however, thinks tliat tho amount is too much to aslc tho Cabinet for, and it is probablo tliat cqv? plans of a less expensive building will ho prepared. It is reported also that. Mr.James Croaibie, lil.L.A., and Mr. Jttooil interviewed tho Home Seeretarv on Monday, re the proposed bridge over Bradley's Galley. IUr. Dickson promised »hat his d^p^rtment would grant one-third of tli<> cost, provided tho ttiial amount does not agreed S300. He thought tlio Connoil could borrow the other two-thuds from the Go» vcrncioai at 5 per cent.

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Our London Wool Letter. A CAPITAL START. EXPECTATIONS MORE THAN REALISED (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, July 1, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Our London Wool Letter^ A. CAPlTAIi STABT. - mm EXP£GTATIONS MOREsTHASEEAlaSED ? ' ^ \ ? \ ?' (From. Our Special Correspoadeat.) X s. Los DON, July 1, 1898. Amid all the splendours of an English summer, a goodly number of wool buyers left the varied centres of consumption in Tori shixe, bound once again for the opening oi the fourth series oS wool sales in London. As wo ?were rushed along at express speed we could see the English farmers busy in the fields getting in the hay crop and preparing for tho coming winter, while the sheep recently shorn presented a very clean aspect, contrasting in one's mind the labours of the fanners and pastoralists on the ether side the equator where this letter will be read. Cold, stem winter will now ba reigning supreme, while here wa have jest entered upon real summer weather-a state of affairs just wanted by English farmers. The movement o£ wool in the various con suming centres sines the close of the last .series of London auctions has baea so dis...

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THE WAR. America and Spain. NEGOTIATONS FOR PEACE. REPORTS FROM NEW YORK. PRINCIPAL TERMS ACCEPTED FULL ACCEPTANCE EXPECTED EARLY (By Cable Message.) AMERICAN TROOPS FOR PUKRTO RICO. LONDON, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

America and Spain, HBGOTIAUOSS FOB PBACB. SEBOBTS FSOM TSEW YOBK. PRINCIPAL TEBMS ACCEPTED FULL ACCEPTANCE EXPECTED EABLY (By Cable Message.) AMEBIOAN THOOPS FOB PUEBTO BICO. ZOSDCOT, August 4. American troops ara being hurried to Puerto Bico. regardless of the prospects of $eaca be tween the belligerent countries. It is alleged that this is due to the faeithat the Bern. Snssell A. Alger, the American Secretary fox War, is desirous ol as many of the troops as possible sharing in the glory of vistoiy in Puerto Bico. IiOCTO!?* August 5.J It is believed in Ifew York that Spain has accepted the fundamental conditions of the proposals put forward by the United States Government for the conclusion of peace. The difficulties which are causing the present delay are said to relate solely to details of minor importance. The objections urged by M. Cambou on behalf of Spain have been put forward is no contentions spirit, and a fall acceptance of the conditions is expected { either today or to&g...

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