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A SPANISH COMMANDER EXECUTED. LONDON, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

A BPABISH COMMANDED EXECUTED. Z.03D02T, Aoguat 5. Colonel San Martin, who was in cowimnnrt of the gstrrison at Pones, on the soathem cnasi of CnSsa, has been conrt-martialled and shot, for abandoning the place vrithont offer ing any resistance. His second in command has committed snicide.

Publication Title: Charleville Times, The
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LATE NEWS FROM MANILA. MASSAORE OF CLERGY FEARED. OPINION OF A SPANISH CAPTAIN GENERAL. MADNESS TO CONTINUE THE WAR. UNITED STATES TROOPS AT SANTIAGO. DEALING WITH THE PEACE PROPOSALS. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

LATS HEWS FEOil MAWLA. KASSAOBE OF CLEBGX J&ASED. OSTSIOS Off A SPANISH CAPTAIN ejCKEEAXr. 2IADKESS TO COSTTNUE THB WAB. tJBETZD STATES TEOOSS AT SAN TIAGO. DJCAXIH& WITH THE PEACE PRO POSALS. Lamoisr, August 6. Advices from the Philippines state that tha Archbishop of Manila has sought the protec tion of Admiral Derzej. who is in command ol the United States aquadron at Cavite. fear ing a massacre of the clergy bj the Philip pIllOS. . Benor Sagasia, the Spanish Premier, is conferring with the various party leaders in the Cortes upon the details of the peace pro posals. It £3 expected that the Cortes trill ba convened for an early session. Captain. General Campos, of the Spanish army, ban slated thai it would ba madness on th« part of Spain to coniinne the war.

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FLOATING THE INFANTA MARIA TERESA. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

FLOATING THE TSFANTJl MART A TEKK8A. IiOirDOS, August 6. The Spanish warskip Infanta Maria Teresa, which was recently raint by the ships of Ad miral Sampson's squadron at Santiago do Coba, has been xaised-by the United States offioos, and is fotmd to be Intact.

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THE Charlebille Times. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13TH, 1898. CONCERNING ROT. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

THE Cijarktotfle Ctmes SAXGHDAT, AUGUST 13TH, 1898. CONCEKNIND LIOT. THEEE are two kinds of rot in timber, as every buahman knows-wet rot ami dry. Either will sap the strength oF a monarch of the forest and bring him to the ground quick enough, bat never are both kinds of rot seen in the same tree. Here is where the natural differs from the legislative tree. That is infested by a strange combination of tfao wet and dry rots. It is marvellous in our eyes, and mad dening in our ears. A nd the disease grows mora virulent every day, or, at all events, every session. It manifests iissif primarily in a Sood of prate-that is tha wet roc; nest in the stunting of useful legislation that ia tha dry variety. That it grown even worse tho present session of Parliament, few as have been ita days as yet, sufficiently asserts. In no previous session, either in this country or any otha? in the world, ainca tho making of the world, waa thara aver heard a maiden speech of threa hoars or anything liko ...

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Legal. Charleville Police Court MONDAY, AUGUST 8. Before J. "Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Legal. Charleville Police Court MOKDAT, AtTGtmxS Befoto J. "Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.M. Dbuxkenness. - Thomas Divyrr, pleaded «niity, and was fined 5s, with 10/8 for medicial attendance, io default, 12 hours in the cells. Breach of Suppression of Gambling Act.-The Ci'So of James Gilligan, which was adjourned from the 3rd instant, was concluded on Monday. After evidence had been given by Constable Martin, defendant was fined 5/. with 5s 4<i cost of court, and 5s witness's expenses, in default, 24 hours in the cells. Mr Lnckett gave notice of appeal. TUESDAY, Adgust 9. Before J" Vivian-Williams, Est}., P.M. David Murkham, pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk while in charse of a horse, and was fined 10s, in default 12 b«nxs]in the cells. The tobacco license of William Mackay was renewed to 30th June, 1899. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. Before J. Vivian-Williams, PX _ i i o A tobacco license wai granted to Robert Grozier. THCBSDAY, AUGUST 11. Bffore J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P....

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

?y THE SUPREME COTJaT OF QUEENSLAND. 51. U OVTK, We of Angath6Ha,in the colony of Queensland, Hkalur, was adjnderd insolvent on the first day of Angarf* 1898.- ; The First Meeting of Creditors will ha held at tbe Office of the Registrar of this Court on the eighteenth day of August, 1808, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. Until the election of a Trosfcee all persons, having in their possession. any 'of the effects of the Insolvent most deliver them, and all debts dne to the Insolvent must be paid to James Boyna Hall, E-q., the Official Trustee in the estate. Creditors mnst forward their proofs of debts to the Official Trustee. [H.S.] W. A. DOUGLAS, Anting Registrar. FwrwEB, Pbcby. & Habt, Solicitors for the Petitioners, Brisbane. Commissioner for Bn'ni'i Office. . Brisbane, 8th Auenst, 1893. STATION BUILDINGS, CUNNAMULLA. fflENDEBS will be received at thin Office L nnfil SS p.m. on TURST> AY. 23rd Angust.*lP98, endorsed "S'arton Buildings, Cannnmulla," and sreompwicd by ...

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

Annual Municipal Appeal Court. I ItlHE ANNUAL MUNICIPAL APPEAL A COURT, will be held on THURSDAY, ^ftYrt'T'"K" lrfi at tho Court House, l?t^S8TilIe* J. T. FRENCH, Town Clark. A DANCE (PXAI2T AND FANCY DRESS) j . . wnx be HEED nr ihi gcpeeis ©f mw . * OK Thursday, August 18. REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. Pianist--Miss Wildie. TICKETS JUNGLE, 3s.; DOUBLE* 5* Notice to the Travelling | Public. FITZ-WALTER & CO. HAVE pleasure in annouachif? thai . they have Ooened a Branch of their BUSINESS at tha WARD RIVER, Gowrie Crowing. DROVER'3 SUPPLIES A SPECIALITY All 600SS atCEASLSVILLU Prices E. B. HASSAL, Manager. Charleville, 20th Jul/) 1898. National Association. | mHE TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL EX-! JL HIBI1IOH c£ Industries, Hones, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Cogu, and Poultry, mllopeaat BOWES PASS, BRISBANE, ?fcneontm WBDNESDAY, AUGUST 10! h. JTudtfog Daji AUGUST Sib. Pris« SJoasy. £1,000. Sallies cls;a era JULY I6t!i, Lata ffitriM (with estra f<w} ca JULY 23ri. 7ar Plisa Ssbsduk* szd sli...

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Caulfield Grand National. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

! j Can1 field Grand National, j There are fifteen horaea left in the Caul field Grand National Steeple ciiaee, and Fixator is fnvonrite at 7 to I.

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Illness of the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Illness of the Pope. Hii Holiness the Pope baa taken another chill, and is now daugeroualy ill.

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Friday. Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

NEW ZEALAND. APCKMJTD, Friday, Lan-i Selection. A great inrea*e in land selection has taken place <iuring the last year. Nearly two and a half million acres bave been taken op.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. Splendid Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Latest Cablegrams. :o: LOSDOTT, Thandaj. Splendid Batting. Pry, tbe well-known cricketer, has ! pat ap a splendid record for batting 1 daring the season juafc closed. He 1 played fourteen innings in eight matches, averaging seventy-nine per innings. ,

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Week's Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

Week's Epitome. A verdict of one farthing vas given in the Supreme Court <>n Friday in a cat? in which the White Mercantile Agency sued R A. Goldsmid, an »mpliyee of an op position firm, for £100 damages for alleged defamation. In tlie QnwnsLind Rifle Association matches on Friday, the Rifle Clnbs' Match was won bv the Queensland Rifles, with a score of 366. the Queensland English coming next with 343. The hearinir of tbe land appeal cases has* been adjourned until Friday, August 12>h, in conseqnencH of the illness of an indisp^naihla witness. At a recent conference in London eon earning the proposed Pacific cablo, certain informal proposals were made which are being considered liy the Australian. Go vrrnmenta. The cases of suspected leprosy which was xt'Centlv reported has been fully proved, aud the patient has been re moved t» thf laz.rette. Tho writ for the Koi-khampton election, consequent upon the resignation of Mr. 6. S. Onrtis, was issued on Friday. Tbe No 7 ...

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

Current Eyemts. The dance advertixej on our back page for Thursday, August 18, boa been indefinitely postponed, on account of the prevailing sick ness. An advertisement appears in our columns call in £ toe tenders for the erection of station buildings at Cunnamulla. The tenders will be receive.-! at tha Bailwuv Comtnisjioner's OGce until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 23rd August. We are desired by the noundkeeper to remind oar readers, thai about 10 head of draught and saddle horses, also one big Franed bullock, all in splendid condition, will ba fold aa the pound yard on Tuesday nest at 12 o'clock. MB. William Wcmdlry on Monday iut signed a C"»tp tcs to put d->wn a third hare at Authoring mo. Tho No. 2 bore waa oiimparhtivHly a fallnre, bnt aiteampnmp IB to he erected at tho place, bo that thern wid he aa tnneh g»t on* of it aa pmwible. Hi# new bore will be 80 miles southeast of the No. 2 bore. The Anjfust number of " Victory" haa been forwarded to na by Captain Logan, of the Salvation Arm...

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

Sporting Colttiim. Veritas." The profit over the late annual meeting of the Townsville Turf Clab was £381 5s. 6d., after giving away £1000 in prize money. A southern paper says:-II. Hules, who rode Floater to victory in the V.If.C. Grand National steeplechase is brother to the " grand horseman," '1°. Holes, who was present to see the family prestige uphold. This was Hales's first mount in an important cross-country event, and he handled the winner with excol Ient judgment, keeping him in a good place throughout. He had a comfortable ride, for tho son of Slipper negotiated the obstacles in grand style, and when called upon to finish responded generously. The sum of £10-59 was distributed in prizes at the V.R.C Grand National teeplechasa Meeting, o£ which 3Ir. A. W. Beazley sccured £10^1 by Flcater's SUCCESS in tho G. N. j Steeplechase. Mr. J. E. Brewer got £701 for Pat's victory in the G-. IQ. Hurdle Bace. Tho sum of ;S216,000 passed through the "mutuals"on tho day of tho running of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 13 August 1898

DEATH. SIBLEY-Died at Roma, August 6th, Mary Sibley, (late of Charleville), the dearly beloved wife of F. Sibley. Aged 74. May She Rest in Peace

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE Friday. The Budget Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 August 1898

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.. ADELAIDE Friday. Thi Budget Speech. The Treasurer has delivered his Budget Speech. Hp estimate* the rpvenne at JB2.549.000, and expenditure at £2,619,000.

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Legal. Charleville Police Court. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 August 1898

Charleville Police Court. Saxukday, Auqubx 12. Before J. Vivian-Williams, Esq., P.ST. A Camera' License, No. 35,900, wm granted to Georgre Marchant. A Hawker's License, 13b. 6637 was granted to Saleeba George Bo tar. MOKDAT, August 15. Before J. VJviwWnilama, Saq^PJi. AS3AULX.TJtwe Childea aqmmonad John Child** for assanltT Owingto the illness «f-Mr^ Lnckett, who was oagagod. for the .defence,'the oaaa-wa* adjourned fnr^week. Tvi vVS-.-^T"" ' Tossdat, August 16. 6>{ots J. Vi nan-Williams, S*q<, PJl« OBSCENE Lahguaok-Thatnas Sard pleaded guilty to this chargo and was fined £2, in default, one month in-Bom* gaol. Fbiday, Aagoat 19. Before J. "Vivian-Williams, TSiq^ fJL DaranczysEss. - John Began '.was charged With being drank whilst in charge of a horse. Ho pleaded guilty, and was fined 10a., in default, 12 hoars* in the cells. Before 3. Vvnan-Williams, Esq., P.M. Obscbne LUGUAGE- -Patrick St. John pleaded guilty to using obsceue_ language ac Wyandra, and was fined £1, i...

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Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 August 1898

Cairrent Events. A meeting of cric&Htt-rs is to ho Mj at the T-liijraph Hotel no Wednesday n it io r*-sni>citate the uatnt* in Charleville. IT will be seen on reference to our adver tising columns that a sale of Crown Lands will be held at the Lands Office. Adavale on Tuesday, 13th September. The la>'d to be submitted is twenty allotments at Bulgroo. ATTENTION is directed to an advertisement in our columns notifying that at t{ie : ands Office, Charleville, on i uesday. 30th .\ugost a block of 4031 acres at Querundi will be thrown open to selection. .As notified in Hie Times about a fortnight ago, on the alteration o? thn railway time table passengers will lunch at. Charleville, instead of Morren, as at present. Tenders are being called by the Railway Commis sioner for the lease of the Charleville refresh ment room3 and will be received until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 30th August. Ws ars requested to call attention to the sale of impounded .stock to be held at the pound yamds ...

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Charleville Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 August 1898

Charlevffie Land Court. The Lands Commissioners Court vaa heM at the lands Office, . CHwrIoH]le, '£Q Friday, the 19th instacfc. The following are the decisiona of the court re the applications:-George Foote, application for grazing farm, portion 11, Barrandilla, | area 2,560 acre3; accepted conditionally, i Herbert Golding, application for grazing homestead, portion 4, Monnfc Moma, area 1.900 acre3 ; accepted conditionally. Alfred Lawis, application for certificate of fulfilment of conditions, portion ISr, Augathella, area 160 acre3; certificate granted. Henry John Carter, applica tion for certificato of fulfilment of condi tions, portion 23r. Glengarry, area 2,560 acres; certificate granted. Henry John Carter, application for certificate of ful filment of conditions, portion Sir, GIonr garry, area 2,560 acrescertificate granted. The Mayor of Melbourne (Councillor SC. D. M'Eacharn) told the story of hia first judicial decision at the annual meeting o£ the Caledonian Society laat nig...

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THE Charlebille Times. SATURDAY, AGUST 20TH, 1898. Stock and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Times — 20 August 1898

THE Cijarlebtlle Wimzz. _ Satubdat, AtrausT 20TH, 1898. Stock and Station. Squatters, Agents, Drovers, and others wishing to pn> lish reports of stock sales, stock movements, and rainfalls, which bare taken place in their respective districts, in this column, mil kindly forward the information so 03 to reach this uQice not later than Friday evenings, in order to ensure its publication in the following day's issue. TIMES Office, Friday. Mr. Albert Jones passed throngh Char leoille with his p]ni<t en route to Cowley to iifc 5,0(10 fat t-wfs fur trucking from Charleville to.Brishaue. M<*. Richard Russell passed through the Common yesterday in chsrge of 400 bollocks from Oakwood bound for Invexell N.S.W.; Messrs. Hays and Cooper owners. ... We are informed that a farther lot of GOO raised cattle will shortly leave th« the same station the property of the same owners. A mob of flock rams from Wangandla. "Victoria, for Pinkiiln, left Ch»rlcville 'hip nrek in charg...

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