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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Oar JLocstl Parlinnieiit. _ The fortnightly meeting of the Muni cipal Council was held on Thursday evening, being adjourned from the pre vious evening on account of the holiday. The aldermen present were Messrs . Armstrong (Mayor), GiLbs, Brennen, Fitzwalter, and Billington. , Correspondence was read from J. < Hesketh re testa at bore and report;: from J. Henderson, Hydraulic Engi- j neer, re experiments at bore; from J. Barrowcliff re clearing a road along his fence ; from H Q IsTielsen re redaction in his consumers's roto i Aid Fitzwalter proposed, Aid Brennen seconded, That Mr BarrowclifFs letter be not entertained-Garried Aid Fitzwalter moved, Aid Billington, seconded, That no reduction be made in Mr H O Nielsen's consumer's rate Carried ( The Engineer reported that, since last meeting he had completed the tests at the bore Tbe footpaths in Galatea street were progressing The condition of the bridge over the Warrego was very dangerous He directed attention to . the fa...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

DUU, GMAWIHS^ LE* LIVER^F^ins- w or %T%ok CL£il?3T$ TONIC. 7«'hey Went £. -Meuer Came Tfa© -©ass ©f y.; RJIIcfoasIl ©©rsaweiS. . {From tht Windsor, IV. X. IV., " Au.\tral!an ") (BY OUS 3?ECIAT, REPORTER.) . . Aumours of the case of Mr. Corn well, of Ceorge-strebt, Windsor, Now South Wades, come to the cars of our reporter, who tliore- ? upon visited Mr. Corn well, ami ascertained from him personally if the story of his cure from a bail liver ali'eetw.n was correct. "Certainly it's true,"' replied Mr. Corn well, in answer to the reporter's qucstipiiB. "A Qui!, Gnawing Pairs ia my hack made its appcarance, together ' with sv sharp, pricking sensation between' lllb shoulders. ' My food disagreed with 1110, oauseu ma pain alter eating, and I was often sick, wud of course my appetite went off ^nlMvmUy. I slept very ba.lly, and, .^.iWtunvlly enough, I was'' y.;i- g Drowny and Dull iu the «Uy time. If I walked a mile then I should bs as tired ;vs if I walked a dozen" ' miles now. In the mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

FPego Ilaeiiig Club. ; GKASS-FEB MEETING-, ~ TO BE RUN AT A. tJ Gr A. T H E LL A ON ; Piesidect-T. A. BRODIE Vicf Pkcsidonnt^G. W. PRYTON and J. E. RALEIGH ^ Don. Secretary and Treasurer- <3. S. HOLLINGS . Committee * T ft RAY E G. WALLACE, J. W. WEllt, M. McGRATH, P. EARNER, ujww. JQNES A E [5kLL. I. E. PEYTON, A. JONES, R. TURNBULL. c£t Day. DECEMBER. ^ "r " I". ". -To atari at 11.30. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE cf 1? ' y .v- ., inn. tceondhotfe2 ^A's- "'® . 7- ' prize ;.l mile aad a di.-tonce lowest wtlght 9st. 71b. .-. To start at 12.15- .' MAIDEN PLATE ot 10 sovs.,'sccon* horse 2 SOTS, from nnso-; abonr u farfongs r wetter weight for age. All horn»i> to ha sired and foaled within 150 miles of Angathella. To start at 12.45. AUGATHELLA HANDICAP of 15 not*; pccond horse 2 sovs. from prize; about 5 forlorg*. LCJNOH. To start at 2 30. ^ LADIES' MILE nf- io Envu. (cnsli or. ri - tr«"hy) cpffird hTpc 2 FOVS. fr^m . Trzxf I 1 roi'e : welter handi rao. Fd'fes. to hp nominntpd by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

CHARLEVILLE. TAIl^ORISO BEPAWTME IT. ~ - ? -H . V TROUSEBS TO MEASURE, from 12s. <W. SUITS TO MEASURE, from £2 12s. 6.1. ASSAM SILK SUITS TO MEASURE, £2 10s Fit, Sfyfe, ani Wopkmanship Guaranteed, HT«- J» IE jPAiyTMlS MTT» rr-r---r- -H-? ! ~~ 1 . , - LADIES' DRESSES,. &c^.IN TDE LATEST STYLE A^LQWTEST PRICE. - 5 ? W N t , : .W:, . vMm ^rsh: - ^ CHABIiEVILLE. Corner of Galatea- and S^ta. Honni of Consultation-9 -"M* *®>in 2 p.m. to 5:PJn< ; 7 P->» to 9 P-m" Vaccination performed everf *FBH>A¥ at p.«» iGk ^ ' ; ^'T CHARLEVILt.E>: T.1,0f Powers and Robinsorfs, and of T. Bnnlon'3, Brisbane. H. i. mniiSBrco.r CRARLEVIi^, . fOlMOlHS, _e COfSMlSSlOft MiMBERAL AGcRTS, ?Reliable Information on ah matters, relating to Routes, Tanffs, &c-'- - v- - Lar-e Accommodation Paddock dose to Sailway. .®'V +1 1 " . Slock Received and Tracked. ' ALFREtJ-ST., CH AKLE VILLE, G.|tCXC.i5 Hi.'.-. JPff©Sll3^© CTTKAPEST'Ilonso in Town,as-1ie Buffer Cash and Sell...

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[?]h[?]lkille [?] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1893. The Through Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1898." 1 " _ ? ? 1 ? ? ' - 3 \ ,.®Sa© :_S2ss! tea. I ...v-WV-- ?..= -. - S Tbb question of tbe ihmngh rail way rates to f harlevilie was again revived at a meeting he'd in the Municipal Chambers - on Monday eienirig. * it will, of coarse, be le taembered thai some time a go a similar gathering tcoli place in the School of Arts, and a petition em bodying: the vies?3 of those present -*a« numerously signed. The p- ti tion, however, never reachrd the authorities for whom it destined ; it was never even completed. This "Was doe-the president of the Pro gress Association explained the other night-to the action of an individual who shonld have treated .djarleville and the Association better. Tbe paucity oi the attendance was one matter for regret. Charleville, i lifee many other places, possesses a j nninbeFof people who, unable or| unwfllingfo initiate any movement [ for thegocdof the town themselves, j "2nd ample scope for thai? warped j fkcnlti«s and distorted pat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Cbea|i^it House for PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS, CORNETS, ACCORDEONS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, CLARIONETS. PIC'.OLOS GOITABS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES; AtJTOHABPS, POLYPHONS, TAMBOURINES, ZITHERS, i MOU1H OHOANS. DRUMS} Attd eV«ry'feind of Brass or other Ir.stru mmf. for Bands and Orchestras} and Musical Instruments and Fitting of every descriptiou. HHfSKSE STOCK, LOWEST PRIDES. Iiritnoti:*a Stock of ilUStC. netfr public ation^ by almost overjr mail. Must? Catalogue {tl» page*) scat pont fnee. W.S.MMS"gSO.Lm, Are Sole Agents for Pianos i-LIPP, the genuine Lipp and Sobti ; BBINSMEAD, STEINWAY, COLLAR £), Julius Feurich, Uebel & Leehlaiter, Carl Eckc, Gors & KuIImatr, the woilderiul median) priced VICTOR, «d thoiiotonisii!; jjiy Perfect low priced E. BELLING. . Every now Pias-o sold by W. H. Paling 4fe Co., Ltd., not oniy has special metal frame lint contains various modern iiu jiroreiuests in construction for extreme climated. It is in consequence of these imprOTfljnents that the P...

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Hints to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Hints to Selectors. 1. The land agent's office is open daily for the receipt of applications for land between the boars 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 the hour and day faxed by proclamation declaring the land open, usually at 11 o'clock a.m. Thereafter any land unselected will be open for selection From 10 a.tn. to 4 p.m. Applications may be lodged before the hour.and day mentioned in the proclamation, bnt they will not have priority o*er those lodged at the par ticular hour 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 mr.y be saved thereby. 4. If the land be surveyed be sure and procure a map' of same from the local Land Office, ipsued gratis. A. valuable goide to intending selectors. 5. Shonld the land be unsurveyed but marked off in portions on maps...

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The Society Debutante [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

ITSae Society SSetoaaaamt© When a yonrggirl first enters society lier immediate sensations are those o! attainment, triumph, and elation. In the first flash of her social career her imagination-opens Tor her a long-vista of pleasures, whose brightness is unsul lied bv the slightest shadow of care. Soon, though, - the novelty commences to wear off, and she finds that,far from being a life of unalloyed pleasure, society, like everything else, has its drawback?. The health mast be kept up, or one becomes a back number. Fur work oF this kind there is no remedy on the market equal to Bile Beans. Keep ing the entire system in a thorough state of cleanliness, tree from all waste and and impure matter, foning up the nervous organism, purifying the blood, and keeping the female organs in regular and thorough working order, they can achieve what no other medicine can do, z.e., a complete mastery over all derange ments of the body arising from over in dulgence of any sort. Late hour?, rich i f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Ckarleville Hospital. fi" HE Hon. Titawtrer bega to acknow -I krtge with Thanks the receipt of the following donation in aid of the above Institution. viz. Penalty ^btuired from Cattle Drover fur illegally travelling through Comongin Station, and forwarded by Mr. D. McLean £5 0 0 A. a WEBB, Secretary Bradley's Gully Bridge. jnpHE CHARLEViLLE MUNICIPAL I COUNCIL proposes Borrowing the sum of Four Hnndred Pounds (£400), .-?eiiiK two thirds of the ertimated cost of yftdge ever Bradley's Gully, a Grant of t!>e remaining one-third to be given l>y the .^JoTemnid't. plan, specification, etc., are open for in spection «»t the Coancil Chambers, in ac ?ojrdanre.'witli section 219 of " The Local ^3overument Act." . . - J. T. FRENCH, Town Clerk. fiupweh Divisional Board; fpENPEBS are Hereby Called for tba lv following Works, viz. Contract No. 106.-To Clearing One Mile half a chain wide on "the AdaviWi Road, at ubont the 27 mile. . Specifications can le been at the Boaraa Office ni.d Tende...

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MONTHLY LAND COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

MONTHLY LAND COURTS. 1 The Land Commissioner attends at Charlevflle (CharleviHe District) the. third Friday in ench month. Sorat (Sorat District) second Friday Mitchell (Roma District) first Friday Roma, fi.-st Wednesday. The Land Commissioner will be pleased to give all necessary information to intending selectors. . \ The Land Agents at the abovenamed places will receive applications, show maps, etc. | ' . : i A woman likes a man as ? long as she holds him id perfect snbjngation. When ' lie rebels she lores him. } Many an old maid wishes she: was more respected and less respectable. j We can swallow oar scruples, bat we taste them again after they have gone. The selfishness "of the garlic-eater is t perceptible in every word he nttera. I Better to be born lucky than rich.' Many people take the first step in a , downward career when they start to ran ' op bills. | In the reproof of chance lies the true! proof of a good bluffer. j

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Here and Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Her© sad Elsewhere REMISSION, who met his end on the coarse the other day, was by Broker from Devotion He was an old perfor mer, his career on the tarf in New Soath Wales including wins at Forbes, Dabbo, Coatamuadra, Marramburrsh, Orange, and Wyalong, in addition to securing a large number of pieces. He was also well known on Queensland tracks As aboriginal named Sandy and another named Ambathalla Jack had a quarrel near Bierbank on the 30th October, and daring the fight the latter rrcfived injuries from which he died Sandy, who was arrested by Constable Allisonv was brought before the Charle ville Bench on laesd.-r: and remanded j Ocr Brisbane correspondent, wires i tnst all the dt'feailants in the Queens ! land National Bank rases hnie been ac j qnitted, and the Crown hare entered a j nolle prosequi in the case against the es auditors I A SECOND charge of forging and ot tering has been : preferred against the accused Joseph Dowling, already under arrest in connection with a cheque...

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Westralian Gold Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

VS'eMlrallun Oold Betams. Wrpt Australia is rnnning- hard For first place in Anstralasia as a-gold pro j dncer, and we lenrn (writes the " Ob i server") that the ten months just ended I show a total-of 841,625oz. At that rate ' the Cinderella of the group should pnt up more than a million ounces hy the ei>d of the year. Whethpr Queensland will do ns much is doubtful, though our , lat» Premier was sanguine enough about ! the prospect. Whether or not, we may console ourselves with the assurance that our gnldfi.-Ids are makiDggreat progress .' and ocr revenue is increasing. The : colony facing the setting sua is produc ing gold in large quantities, but her revenue appears to be decreasing. A day of reckioing remains for the millions of borrowed money which have gone in. While the incoming stream was vast in volntne and apparently endless there was little thought of the morrow, for cash was easily obtained for services and what else, and the fun was fast and furious. Novt that intere...

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English and Foreign. London, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

®aasrll^S3 samd F©3*e2g-ai. London, November 10. Lord Salisbnry, speaking at the Gnildhall banquet, said that the- = evacnation of Faahoda by Franco bad ielieved Enrojie froi: a very daisgerons threatening storm. Great Britain liad taken certain necessary precanrious, bn- their immediate necessity was now o?er. it was not intended to declare a protector ate over Egypt, bnt he declined ta | prophesy what v?0nld occur if others forced npon Great Britain a position ! which she did not nosr occnpy. j The French fleet at Tonion is I stated to be ready for sea. j France " has assured Italy that > there have been no extraordinary.., movements of the French troops oa the Tnnis-Tripoli frontier. The French Ambassador at Con stantinople has complained to the . Porte that German interest® in Tar key are being , favored and French . interests disregarded. The "Jaovosti," a leading Bassi3H paper, expresses a fear that Great Britain and Turkey intend joining the Triple Alliance. The Admirals c...

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Charleville Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

GbarMIe Bases. The meeting ot the Charleville Racing Clsb on Wednesday passed off well. There was a fair attend ance, and the weather,, even if a trifle warm, was perfect from a holi day maker's point of view. A pro gramme cf six events was negoti ated,and fair fields facad the harrier in most.of them. _ ; There the nsnal delays in getting the races cnder way,' of course, and the intervals between the events in some cases were ondnly long. This was all the more noticeable as there were no other attractions-not even the strains ot the Charleville Band to supply a soothing nepenthe to the nulncky punter and calm bis harrowed feelings with dnlcet reve ries. Betting was by no means brisk, althongh the place almost swarmed with itinerant mefcallicians whose stentorian tones, as they offered to lay the odds, at times completely drowned all other son ads. Bat as favorite after favorite proceeded to fail in reaching expectations, and as the gentle bookie's spirits rose the heart ol the pnnf...

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The Position of France. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Tbe PoRftlon of France. In ir*r.T ways the position of Fjnnce in the world to-day is> not an' enviable one. ''She i« !'im i-y dimension'Jirtween' the civil find military authorities, and' th»-Government i.« in fear of thr army; to tbal' to inert trouble abroad the has divided force? at home.' The difficulty now'brewinghas really been in prepara tion'folr years. Democratic sentiment has prevented the mobility of the coun tir from participating'to any extent in political life, and aristocratic France has been conspicuous by its absence froth the nation. As a result French' nobles' have sent their sons into the army, and the civil authorities hare been pleased to fee such a cruise adopted. Butnotr that the army is a magnificent inptrurjpnt for the hands of a dictator it is seen that the nobles hare the promise of considerably more control than was ever dreamed of. The populace ; threiv up their hats for the army ; and even forgery, and abominable crime generally, are condoned if the...

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Intercolonial. Sydney, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

. l"aaa©3,®©l©ialsal. Sydney, Z'Tovernber 11. At a- canons, jaeeSis-g' of the Oppo sition Party mis., deci ded to challenge 'tlie 'Ministry7;for; raising- the--Bsc®! 'gnesftO|i:,;a;S;v&&: present juncture. \ When the Assembly :.xaet. Hr. Baiton gave notice :o£ -a sor^ug the GoverEmeaS. * . The House adjourned until: Tugs day.;. Melbourne, November 11. Two large pastoral properties ia New South Wales were offers by auction in Melbourne bnt attracted not one single Lid. Since the opening of the Mel bourne wool sales the market for all good wools has been steadily im proving and prices are now tally 5 per cent aboye the opening rates.

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Mr. Murray's Visit. A DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

Mr. Mnrray'* 'Visit. A DEPUTATION. A deputation embracing Messrs. J. I Armstrong, G. J. Fitzwalter, N. J. W. Nielsen, J. F. Lockrtt, A. Aesehitnann, : D.We, G. \V. Peyton, and J. E. j Orerell waited on the HOD. J. Murray at the Council Chambers on Thais -ay afternoon. Massis. W. H. Calder, A. U. Pegler, and J. Stark" were also pre sent. Mr. Armstrong, in introducing the deputation, said it was seldom they were, honored with the presence of a Minister and th'-y had formed a deputation to lay befpre him a few of their wants. It had Wen said that they were a pretty satis fied lot in CharleriUe and never gave the-Department much trouble, bat be was certain tliat they were justified in the' demands they were making. LAXOLO BKIDGK. Mr. Peyton said that a bridge over the Langfo on the CharieriHe-Adarale road was rcrj badly required, A loir level bridge costing about £750 wonliJ lie sofHciout. In fluod tinio ait traffic frotu the west of tlie Lnngln was cutoff, and the Divisional Board coul...

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Mitchell Rabbit Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

iStatcSiell B3aSribac Board. A meeting of the above Board was held on Thursday morning, the members present being Messrs A. H. Pegler, T. A- Brod'e, W. n. Calder, J. Marry, I. E. Peyton, and J. S. A very (Govern ment Inspector.) In the absence of the Chairman, M r. W. W. Hood, Mr. A. H. Pegler was i voted to the chair on the proposal of j Messrs Brodie and Calder. ! Leave of absence from the meeting was granted to Messrs Hamilton, Young,' Millar, and Hood. The report of ihe Snperintendent was | read as follows: Charleville, November 8,189S. i The Chairman, Mitchell Babbit Board.. . i Sir,-I have the honor to report that feting on yonr instructions to inspect at.d | .report opon a proposed '\-ht--ck fence from \ *the L®ciihsr'Jt fence running west to strike j existing station rabbit netting at a point south nf where Stockade Creek enters the Nive River.T I have inspected all the moat suitable sites for making this connection ; also one north of Stockade Creek. I I find that the short...

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Murweh Dvisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

aurweh JNTiaional JBoawi. , The Mamefc DitiaEooal Boa"1?"* "" Tl.a-sd., .T~i"S «^,fel"SS present were Messrs y . «. ?«» fSr^D. I^Te, G. W. P.", I- .*. SS£ J- Partndge, T A. Br«d>e, J. , E. Raleigh, and A. J-Mackenzie. Correspondence was «»d fr?T ®*. " Hollings asking for an extension of the Ansathella racecourse. * On the proposal of Sir. Brodie Irormd consent to the extension applied for was Srjj'e<I. E- Peyton moved, Mr. Love seconded, That the motion passed on the 14th September re closure of roa on Nive Downs be resC"lJ"Vr RaleS i Mr PnrtrHge moved, Sir. Kalei$£ seconded. "That seeing ther?^^/_ j-onds leailing to and Etora je "cerve adjoining the freehold on JH we (Downs this Board can see no °Vctl^ to closing the lane. between tlu^tw pieces of freehold separated by it.-uar Messrs A. H. Pegler and W. H/ CaMer. members of the Adavale sional Board, who were prcsent po.nted out several requirements on.the Ada >»le-Charlev:lle roaa^ parUcukrly tl.e want of better pr...

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A Mockery and a snare. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 12 November 1898

A noebery and a Snare. I Oat at Bourke where the, cartli is as 1 Stj as a bone and as hard loo, with not j a sign of green grass over enormous' areas, half an inch of rain is a mockery. There was a coach out that way last Thursday, and the pnsswjgeirs stayed at a vrell-knoirs hotel white the half-inch fell, and then they started again. T!ia ; coach vrheels left dry Marks :n the dtisi , tfjftt lay beneath ths" damp surface. ' ; K"oChia*£ would he oF ranch use oufe there ' I now, Kridfer about sir; inches of rain. ; (; The dreary I»rior of life out in onr ' "hinterland"' where there is no rain is j beyond' air expression. Perhaps the j dwellers out there won't presse-i for i the Land !?a:is or ECi?ir Income Tax. IJut perhaDs will .all the same, be cauno Sydney viTJ ?ayT ""Why, you hsd half an inch of rain' sad the drought is j broken." ! Those are the kind ot yarD3 that j maka a nj3n tired. QniV Jast week a j vrise man in a high position j" Sydney | scitl to nie thai in his opinion ."...

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