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THe Border Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

T22© U3©T<s!©ir iI3a®es. That the railway traffic managers, who have been meeting in conference, have not saccecded in coming to ah agree ment on tha vexed question of border rates is to be-regretted (says a Brisbane contemporary) bat it 13 not surprising, Their- superior officers, the Railway Commissioners,endeavored to patch op a kind of self-denying ordinance in that direction, but they dismally Failed, and the Queensland Commissioner returned to his colony convinced that the diffi cnlty wonld only be surmounted by the Governments o f tha respective colonics taking the necessary action. The trouble appears to be that neither Commission ers Hor Traffic Managers are able to re concile themselves to a loss of traffic, ir.s.w. is stealing from Queensland, and Victoria 1*3 robbing JLS.W., and neither feels disposed to give np the 6poU. I?or the present, therefore, it is evident the war of rates will have to continue. The recent conference does not appear, however, to have b...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

The "World at Large The body of a young woman, name 1 Hecht was found in Sydney Harbour, and at the inquest an extraordinary letter written by her. was read, giving her reasons for committing suicide. A man named Louis Chetuis, who was at one. time sentenced to death- for mur der,bat was afterwards releaser, com mitted suicide in Uew Zealand l>y blow ing Lis head off with a dynamite car-: tridg?>. j Samples of Queensland batter and olier preduce are -being exhibited at the Dairy Show in London, Queensland ! being the only colony represented. | A baliery of Egyptian artillery is t being despatched to Faahoda. I The report forwarded from Fnshoda by Major Marchand to the French Minister makes no reference to the . arrival there of Sir Herbert Kitchener, ' and it has been seiui-officially explained that a further despatch was to follow | Immediately. The English Press, how- - iever, considers that the report is simply a trick to gain time. . I The " Novoe Vremya," a leading! Russi...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 29 October 1898

MONTHLY LAUD COURTS. [ The Land Commissioner attends at Charlevflle (Charlevflle District) the. third Friday in each month. Snrat (Sarafc District) second "Friday Mitchell (Roma .District) first Friday | Roma, first Wednesday. | The Land Commissioner will be pleased to give all necessary information . to intending1 selectors. [ The Lnnd Agents at the abovenatned . places will receive applications, show j map?, etc. | I The woman who hesitates is won. ' Man wants bat little liere below, and -iigyps on wanting. j Fools makes feasts for wise men to . eat and get the goat. In the reproof of chance lies the true ' proof of a goad bluffer.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

mf I^MONTHLT LASS COURTS. Tia Land Oeininisaionsr "attends ai| CharleiUle (C&srieTille District) tha-'i third Friday in cash aontb. ? Snrat (Surat District) second Friday . Mitchell (Soma District) first Friday j Boiaa, Sfst "Wednesday.- - - ..] The Land Commissioner will bo j pleased to give all necessary infcraiaiiib&'j to intending selectors. . J Tn« Land Agents at tha afcorenansad places' will recefca-application^ aioji:i maps, etc. " ? " ' The vro&sn w&o beaziatea fa 'was. Man TTsata bet Iittls:liere- fcsloir, and keeps on wanting.) Fools mates feaata for min men to ea£ and get ihs goat. * In tbs reproof of chance Itea the txaa proof or a go.id bluffer. ' .... m. i i .1. V _ i .1. "

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

.' A cgscasT organised by Mr. J.Gu WEie wSI be held ja iho. Union Hall aa 4he'*Bighfc--o^ t2?e. Sib (Wednesday next}. In addition to.the,ustjal -rocal ;s, jmd inainjicentfl items septal ctrajar other tricks will Be shown by SfcrWfcit<5, and -ice en'artainsa^nt will coadadi witli a dasee. A social to Mr. Bo-raian, the Labor Candidate in tLs rsccnt cos'tast, was ten dered' thL' -zzu^bc-rs o? the -Wadset* . Political^asochiioh in the Union Hall £B Friday eTening. The hall was crowded, and Mr. Bowman- addressed, the aofiienee -ai~ sotee'fengta, dealing parties&rly with the extension- of the frauds >ae to ,women.-?- At t5e conclusion i of .his speech ail hancjs set to work to j .themselves, and" that -they did it! -ihoronghly"maj be. imagined from the j : lacfcSthat itt srisjje&jiy ihre^^plodr ? . b«j±: morning when the gathering *dis-i peraedi ' '-j Twx temporary School of Arts, op- j . poazli) Dal ton 's Hotel; sris-'HJuly opened j on Friday la3t, and; old...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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The World at Large [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

The World at Large' " The Brisbane wiwl sales were success^ Fully inaugurated on Saturday, when a catalogue of some 2497 bales was dis posed of. Bayers attended the wool sales from the South, in addition to three local operators, and prices are generally re garded as having been highly satisfac tory. . Son them buyers also appeared to be well pleased with tlie treatment accorded them. Probably, a second series of wool sales will be held early in December. , The sweepstakes race for £5 a side between t.'.te sailing boots Maritana and Doreen on Saturday was won by the ! first-named ; the Doreen was disabled during the race. Daring last week Laud Courts wera held at various centres in the Central and Southern districts-by Messrs. Sword and Tully, who Have now returned to -Brisbane. 1 - Mr. W. C. Hume, who has been in epoetin# land offered to the Government under tho Agricultural Lands Purchree Act, has returned. Some fine cakes of retorted gold, in- j tended for show at the Greater Bri...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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[?]harleville Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

iiarleTille Hospital usual monthly meeting of the ttce of the abovw Institution was Thnr**iny eveninsr, the members Iccing Messrs Loekett (chair), ter, Brennen, MacKenzie, Lucas, .Partridge, and-Barter.. -r-» [e^]»>iiiU'Rce wa? read from Yar station with £6 .7s 6'I as dona i sea hospital ; from .the S<*cre * 'JragWinton Hospital asking for sn ^bn ro th« supply and dispensing nl>o numhurof patients treated, 'oni tlie Home Si-creiarv mlvi amonnt of endowment For the >er quarter (£216 16? 2d) had warded ; 13. A. Hnly, T. Lane. Yonng with collections Trotn £il batteries and police fines ; fmru ham m'tlrf 1 13s lid collected From shearers and ronsealionts ; from X). Love endowing donation of £2 2* from Charles Clarke ; from Hive Downs with £4 14s 6:1 as donations ; trnm D. Watts re ext^ndel leave of absence ; From Banandilla with £7 2s. Outward correspondence was unihi portant. The Chairman announced that lie had . declined to extend the \Vard?man's leave of absence, ...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Charleville Races. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

* C£s»ir2©vi]i1e' 28aces.;-.'" THE WEIGHXS. The following weights have been d«& clarwf foT'tlie two - principal- handicagtL in.next .Wednesday's radngi^-^. FLYINO. HASDICAI". >' 5 i C'Tj' i;. - .. St. .lb. -% ' saverepray- ..* ? 9 -Remissioi^.i.-- -9 6' Grev^teel... ... 9 4 ^Pftra® ii. a.O i c* Omar. ... * ... 8 3 - i Arristbinkti>1t ... 8 0 ;. Mozzin, ... * 7 8 - Iron Ea^V^ V. .1 7 7. .9 yr ,(^,,Rj»;ott. Sav§r>pray_'r .9 ; Inspector ,? .««; Remission... i ,1. 9 - , 9 Grcvateel Pintle ... 8 Sedition ... " ... . 8 4 2 12 4 8 0

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Police Par[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

PoIic» Faw."' A.t l'ii» local, out t :i iisin named John. IX-wreiix w:»> charge! with lli.s larceny oF a clioqae 'for £11) 5s 101. TIip cheqne 'was ons" reported stolen from" D ivM Langham at Charlotte Vale near Cmuiantnlla, and was cashed by th> ac cn~.-1 lit Ocorell's store-"on-? Satard.iy Ii«t. When nr rested Devereiix " hpjl_ ch-'ques ami cash to the anioantiofl'£iS2 Ills I I, and rfter- hearing the Tirfdence of the arresting constable'nnd^.hatij)lL Messrs Meyer and Pagh the man-led the defendant to Oannai»a)I.t.<t \t tho police enrirt on Wednesday B. McManus chargcd with obscene lun guag«? at Wrandra failed ~ff> put in an appearance and his l>?i! of S3 wa»/or-* Feited. D.-nnis Dowling* mid William Jackson pleaded guilty to charges? of Iniujuago of an oli&ene character and wore each fined 20s. . Edmnnd Bonrke-was charged, nitli nsing obscene . angria-go at Wyantfra^dn Sunday night. Mr. G. N. Belt " ap peared for tlie jFeFendant. Ifc.wascon tended b...

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Cricketing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

Crleltednir £ otes. A special meeting of the ~ Art'esiao, C.C. ;tr_33. held at the Telegraph Hotel oa Thursday evening to . consider the proposal.-to ,play a match against Can ?aniQlla. The attendance was-not very, la'rge, bat all present were nnanimously in Favor of the projected match,-and the Secretary vras empowered to interview absent playera, also the "Railway -De partment re arrangements for the jour 'aey and other details. At present it is proposed to ,lejjjre Ch'arleville by the Westeramail At 4.40 .on -the lOth of December, ,playv the match at Cunnamulla on the Following datyj and retain hotiie on". Monday morning- In addition to the playersa. number of our local cricket ~ enthusiasts intend taking advantage of .the' oppor tunity to have a trip down theWarrego. They will come in handy as "barrackers." From onr knowledge' of Cunnamrila cricketers and their friends it is quite safe to promise the Charleville contin gent a really good. time. We wonld cot like to promise them ...

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The Dreyfus Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

TI»eOrey*a»Ci*»o. Courts-martial are falling lower and lower.io-the world's disfavour. At their best they are cltxiusy and . dangerous thing*, and compare vcr'f unfavourably »itl» the civil tribunals. Ouehas only to think of the infinite' care with which the ordinary courts of justice, m British communities particularly. hnre.tu>«»n de veloped, and tho qn «K8<stti»>:i* wliToii ara demanded frou» tin* .ludsjo- and other officers of iIm- «~?nrts to S-t in a moment how rain N th- .V»;i- t lint, army and navy officers csn jfai'i tu a high general standard'!.* n-inii.ii^trntor?: of justice, oft<»n pnon^Ii lhoy h-ive to'^in due' t?i<»ir investigations and giv<» their decisions under circums'imces of most distracting excitement. The «Murt martial which condemned Captain Dn»y ftss to a living martyr loin njipcnrs to have been one of the wor.-=t evpn in France. Now that despite all popu lar fury and menacing nliitude of the army chirfa the ca...

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The City of Cypress Pi[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

The ?lty of Cypress i'niitf'is' liy H"> mentis'tf"' jileatsijrajw*Tu=k. It is m>t tin; sort of cxcitvm^ "lliat^atf '-wdiaary m .rial yearns fnh ^Tti" content- hi? ?"'l! i" patiencs.may be very well in its way. lint when 'lie has ti> kick his heels to "gether for several hours, at a stretch ttriitlng fot what is liy courtesy tefrtled the "Western mail* he is apt to give expression to sentiments oil which it is hoped thntf t lie recording angel will drop n t'ear' and' thus lilot tlieni out for ever. Charierille has become so accustomed to hearing that "the train is lute"lhat alie has grown quite indifferent to the announcement ;she wakes np for a moment to hear that the engine has broken down near It-nun, 05 ,tlia*. some other uiitlor calamity has hri^pgnril. and then she drops off to sloop again content in the ciinsei.msness'tliet'the trail. will arrive some timoroc othvr. ^ "Such, at nil events, were our thoughts as <re waited for the mail train to reu£h Charlevi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

A Sfecilatil THOROUGHLY REGENERATED. rSjU¥eriatlon. The Cass of (JVttR ibt " Penrith Tintra" JV.S.IF.) ' "(nr oca bi-kcial juivoswsr. ) ~ **My aafle," *aid Mrs. Carter, »f Com m«rc*»S-*tr>j«t, Peifiith. to our irpoi ter, who WAa quMiioMiiijjt her sd to her Ulnest*, " 003 At aighta 1 frequently had to get into - sitting posture, for I did not feel attokg enough "to breathe properly when lying do ira." ....... , .. Did the bowel weakness continue ?" "Yea; that gave nic never-Hiding trouble and distress, aim a feeling f-f famtnesa come over mc several tiim'S in the uay The otn sation vraa just as though 1 was aliout to become unconscious. Then 1 hail to remain f.'mmttl* Woaksoi, of ,;ra,!u^ ia ^ altogether. I thought the ivorat had : «r?. uoiv vomit about, anil slowly my last hope* thing-&T ^ *ja'* ,,, ., ...'.STKfnTW.. It remedy w&icb > *«u deftcioat in my hlcod. , ^w-'r . nad - ;. WasSsaS Away TH3 3 S55e«2. . XUi» wast sg >Vit»ri± (if. »« u can call 'hat a Jn...

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'MASCOTTE' TOBACCO. Windorah Whoops. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDETN.] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

Windorali Whoops. [FROM OKK C<utnEsr-»SDKxr.] Travelling stocfc have been much in evidence recently, large consignments of Western cattle .passing hero. _ Drovers 'are mostly shorihandert, ami comp'sin of thn Scarcity of inert. I notice the energetic seeretaiy of the Cooper's Creek Racing Club (Mr. J. P. Mackenzie) lias issued Iiis club's Christ-, mas programme. 1'hu adde I money is snia'I-only £50-bat at their nnnn.ii iin-sing it is proposal to give £150 fnr. one day's racing, which will total £350 for this clab's added money for twelve, mouths' racing--which is a marked im provement on 1897 when, owing to the drought, no meetings were bold. No more pointed instance than this of the mfl'K'nce and meaning of j»i»»d and bad season's in^ the W"st could he-desired. It speaks volumes. An influential and. largely -signed petition of ratepayers is going the rounds of the district." Tho rihj,»ct aimed at is the formation of a new Divisional Board, and on completion will, I under...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

GRASS-FS3 MUETiasra, J. ' .-/ TO BE' BUN* AT , - A: UGATH E L L A ON Presi.ler.t-T. A. BRODIB Vice-Presidents-G. W. PEYTON iml J K. RALEIGH > , Iloii. Secretary anil Treasurer-6. S. HOLMStiii . t.'V ... " Commit t<-e B L. ©BAY, E. G. WALLACE, J. W. WEIR it. MaflRATfT, P. EARNER^ Al K.- JOKES, A. E. BELL, I- E. PEYTON, A. JONES,. _ : B.TUBNBULL. - ®3LX©T SSU3T. MONDAY, 26th DECEMBER. .'I T« start at 1130. HANDIPAP VHITRDLERACE fcf >li (DVLC TW^NND horse 2 *OV8. FRNIII the p.ijsp ; T MILE A«d a distance . lowest WEIJTL»^A' 71B . ' T» ST«rt at 12.15. ItAfDES PLATE «I 1FT ANVS^- KVCOND horw- 2 . from prise; a?WNT 6 furlongs ; WI-itsr WEIPNT for age. AJ1 HHNFA to FEE AIRI'D ANR} foaled A itbin 160 EAIFCS of Angathella. . : T« start at 12.45. AUGATHELLA HANDICAPNF 15 SOW, VECONTL hone 2 SOT«. from prize; ABONT & furlongs. LUNCH. 7»»TMTAT230. LADIES' MILE OT 10 sn*N, (EWH OR TRNR.LY), horse 2 rora.. frmn prixs ; AHOAT:? "MILE" ;WEIT«»R BANDI -cap. Horses to BFT nom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

TROUSERS TO MEASURE, from 12K. fi.1. SU^TS^TP MEASURE, from £2 1&. 6.1. ASSAM SILK"SUITS TO MEASURE, £5>.IQs-r- "* .,,, sFtt^fyte, and WopfcmaBsMp fiHaraBteed, " -11.. .??Il1" .,;. _ .. . - ? p-prci-^' j-l .VI TUE T.-4TEST ffP-VCrl?- ! .<. £MZ-7*~f&sn »-Tr . . . r*yT » . " M.-' W": . *-» '. /" CHARLEVILLE. &febta."' ^ Sours of Ctonra!totion~9 a.m. to 10 ujft/ ' 2 p.m. to 5 p.ta.; 7 p.m to 9 p.m. -:i-\ .. Vaccination .performed eVary ERfPAT . 'it-. 'T,a* ' *.-«. v'"A ; ~ i. if;-" ' g»JLMCJCT®lB, CHARLEVILLE. ..J|t»irfi§6iS& and" aia^of^K"*" e xWmm-m, CUA5L2VXLLE, .?-?. mmmms, ? OOXSIISSIOM m GEHE3AL A8EHT8, »eojwr .". S-.SBaraJT ---"' ' -? Sallefela. iaforrnaijffitt.' cn all; raattero . . i«Ut£ngil3>S:!}atesJ..Ta??S'3y &c. .. . Iai^SVcdaffflisKlafibR PailtJoci c'oae to . ..:-... v5". dond Tressed. J*m®S33 '': F&fesll, «§&©» ??'" CHIU'PES?' ScQjs-^vn Town, as he Bnya £cr-"0?is!T -EntiU Sells for Cash Only. - tfnn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 5 November 1898

Almiys Cbeape«t for '' PIANOS, ORGAXB, VIOLINS, CORNETS ACCORDEONS, FLUTES, ATOID CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS, PICCOLOS 1XVSBICB GUITARS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES^ ^.UTO HARPS, ; 4MMM. POLYPHONS, TAMBOURINES, ZITHERS, - . 310U1H ORGANS, ; / DRUMS, jL*l"<very. kind of Brasa or other Icstru SMnat foi^ Banda and Orchestras, and Maacal Instrpxaoata anr3 Fitting of every description.' IMMENSE STOCK, 'LOWEST P-RIDES. Immense Stock-6f MUSIC. new publi kttooa, by almost overy niail. Moaic Catalogua (127 page*) sent post fCM. . na As. a AaiBiiA'atu <K2> uauvtp . ..j Areola.Agents for " Pianos:-LIP.P, the genuine Lipp and S«ha ; BRINSMEAD, -STETHWAY," .COLLARD-. Jul?n3 Fenrrcif, - Bs&el & Tkchleitfc,-'C<i:T-2oi:e, G073 ISslItnaiv the woadarfal medium priced VICTOR, sad th» aatoniglii; g5v perfect Ipw nric&d m. MKL&ypig; \: .> -;V Xwry oaw'riano sold by W, H. Paling & Co., Ltd n not only. .baa special . metal fr*m«r;but cpota...

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Latest by Wire. Queensland News. Brisbane, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Latest Tsy "Wise. Sfciae©Ta®2sasa<& S@w». Brisbane. November 11. Forecast .* Generally fine went her is anticipated in Queensland with some electric disturbances, partica-, larly on the seaboard south of the tropic. The death sentenced on the Ka naka for the murder of a Chinaman at Cairns has besn corauirUed to imprisonment for life. In the Assembly yesternight further progress on the Mining BilL was made in Committee.

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The [?]way Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

A piibiie meeUi^ insider the q.icstm» «>f tariff *,«, Leld m ..V''"'"**1 ^rr,lhmb^ oo - Monday wj»w. A > ^ a W-l - Imt' among- ih(t6ff pn»r«!j. n-'rc Atmsttimg .Brvnnrn, Fiizwa'ter, Pnrtriftjji?r Lucu,. Vj:~. Green, "Francis. Aer-eMmann, and «4}iera?r * ' The C(m'FIH:ih !irii fly >i|jL'ni-(v the object of the meeting. A meeting Jjad \ been Iield some time ago, bat tbo Deti- ^ tion then signed new reached its pro per destination. They had very good- ???>.?%...? grounds for complaint as the rr.tu to "T Charleville bad be^n raised to the same " as that to Connamulla. He did not ? object for one moment to Coiiuamalla having Inn rates, bat he contcnded'that Charlevil a lates should be proportion ately lower. Mr. Lnckett explained the canse of -th* delay in presenting the petition got uparthe last indignation meeting. He ti»grett«H« exceedingly and had ?^apo logia* for the dethy. As J natter' of faefc the petition had toirT tafcenby the Secretary of the Progres* Association, w...

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Border Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Border Railway Bates. ' The Chief Commissioner for Bail ways to-day (says a Sydney wire of the I 3rd inst.) daring an interview with re gard to the progress made by the Bail way Commissioners of New South Wales, Victoria, Sooth Australia, and Queensland towards arriving at some agreement respecting tfce differential border railway rates, would not say tliat the conferences hitherto held by the commissioners and traffic managers had proved abortive- It was true, he said, that nothing had yet been done, but it remained to be seen whether some de cision would not-be come to at the con ference of commissioners to be held in Brisbane next April. One phase of the question had not yet been stated. ' It would be perfectly open-although he did not say that such a thing was likely to come to ^ass-:for New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland to adopt the resolutions arrived at by the traffic managers irrespective of Victoria, and despite the fact that the recom wemfcttioos of the trit...

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