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BATTLE WITH BEETLES. ADVENTURE ON A SUGAR SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

BATTLE WITH BE ETLES. ADVENTURE ON A ,SUGAR SHIP. An extraordinary occurrence. (a. cording to the New York correspon dent of the " Daily Mail") with swarms of black beetles as large as a ImanithIand nad myriads of locusts. is relatcd by the crew of the British. ?tnlIner Anselmna .di Larrinaga, which arrived recently with a cargo of sugar from the East Indlies.- :. TheI steamer sailed from Sourabaya aInst .Iune with the decks and holds iwhrning with Omnmnse black beetles -attracted by the cargo of sugar. Althoughl shovels from the stock nold were brought into requisition, very little impression could be maile on the great insects, aad d eray ea attacked the crew While t;he~luen asleep, inflicting severe injuries. To make matters worse, wihlli e steamer was passing ·tough t!tai I Sea a searm ot Iacuals elitl *i a the sh.p.O At first the. bet emi locusts indulged ,in bi?rce ozt rhen they both tnrTa l t?n Ima and made eha thn?m co?mara Eoa. eIt woas not .unt We r tdamm I well on its Way...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE UNKNOWN BABY. A BAFFLING MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

THE UNKHOWN BABY. A BAFFLING MYSTERY. The Whltechapel coroner, aa .l jury. resumed their investigations yoesterday, Beptembe' 27th, in the mysterious case bf a'baby o! anknown Darentage, whose death revealed a chapter of an extraor-. Binary story. Theprlnclpal actors in the' drama appear to have b'een:- Mrs Osterman, or Jackson,- Who was slsked to find a foster parent fot a baby. .bnded to her by--. . "Mr Raymond," a mysterious person, '?who appealed 't be well-to-do. A veiled lady, who accompanied "Mr iaymond" in a cb when.the child was ;anded over. Mrs Llmburgh, tho became the fostetr parent of the child. The name of the child-was said to be Irene Raymond, aged three anq .a half yeairs, and, according to.the evidence given when the inquest Was opeiled,'Mrs' flsterman, who is the wife of a surgical goods denler oa Tottenham-court road, was approached by a customer named RIaymond, fromn whom she understood that the child, was of gentle birth. ie asked her to find a sober, respectabl...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Poultry Notes. INSECT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

Pou[try Notes. jNSECT PESTS. )During the wssare weather 5 shar:p loik nut slhould b0e kelit for insert posLts, es Iecitilly uullolg the Clsicl;cns,. s tllere is n: coammlnl?r cause of dealh tslnllgs1t crlicste:s linles that of iJsnocts. 1rayumonly (says tyse n 'Sydney Morning Hleolrl") a Iroscd does slot alll:Oor to 1hr1i\e or lllu sure as fast as it ought, aced ii .he •wnecr would carefully exsanine them h i woud lind tha, t hey were inlfet?td with1 ilscts, which are generally to Le fouldI uposn tlhe head nlnd thlront. These para. sites exstl dby drawing leood froen ice chlickes., thus prv,.nting it frofu res -ris ig. anllld If ot fred troesl tlhese Un?nel ceme bIloodesurlie; s it will ?ass inlt a staso of wrieakness, wssiesh ultimastely nds in cc atohi. 'thre re s-urioues kinds of in soet spowders osll tile lllsrket suitasle fls' dusting purposes. If the lchelk~ls 'are ruun ni? n wits tise hcs, ssre should rso, re on'se hler shore of *r.tCrl selel t i a clear n?ce is to Ce electud...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

31TSC'ELLANEOUS. If therl is one mois'taie lmos com ,o:n than aootaltnr iin pit) si',eding it is the falme tq egoanpel thle hlog to tak sullli'lent exercise. Ireerdin sows. shonld ot iOe cl6s .ly otlaitll win1,r or .ohtitmtei, uni7t should .05 'ivnn tlhe rmln of itsture in sutiiitri mntl a lorn, yard in wintieto. Thel' shl:iid 1iT no smolinig dl)out ,vhiire the miilkiing is done or titihiat the milk at 'inn tiot'. Silk absoebs hb' Iad lgu'liti's if tobaicco smoke Ijiisk ly, hi rder th haitoung lili's should nutt sullr from lonss of t hie sw's nuilk at .weaulnig lihie thy suout?ki i te liberally l. 'his isono he pecrild mnh?t' th.y ri - gum' itost u ri. Thi' cai' tihe ite.r get" tie' ihrst Is.. timt s sh , i' : u nilkld .dlherc m iiles, in a tltu2 inittisiii'u', nnlittiiu'i slii is touit tio inji;,- t' milking oprntion. 'h,., kic Ii n ' 'Iw i Ioi iorl.in---?iiht iS Iili:l t.h:t .eay liy t iih snil i r. ii ni?siiiuirn?, risgii.. of As erli' bI'roa:l ,wo\, u fill exclusively on l - cor...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
DISEASES OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

I1lltIASlId OF FOWlS. 'hII New clcuth Wal~s Dlipartlment of Alliculstule i cs I)Uilesced "Fcrcneric' Bill lotins. No. 15," on th1e subjiect c dli seasnes lof cewls. Ic I1ll, preilcc. it is stat at that ill a countrcy like- this, wiltli sul all excellet clt limate, icuncntlace of land, nlll otihr conllditionlls ill e'ery m?y essenticl i.o .lhe keelping anid bicdic0g of lcaelthy stuck, it mighi, readily be us sum~oed haut Lthere wiecld te little disease ' olr pus ltry-yards., in eocllparcisoei with ntle" ccncllllllcies whlele sllnist condilioleis celd little cunl.ine shi ec eeral enshehs oc le0e yta l obtain. llIaiiecr dCuL this. it lccs tic ice rceeldfully centicece ndgd elect tele dicecasies el cieictkec-hlccclod i ll ch ccthat firly 3I pelr c-c-t or scon Iolr o bhose laclch eid uscler reach a nma'rketat leeiod, C. stlllle ith iccicelitieci of wicaciacoa.l dcl'celecy adult si ls ill !lie SyciIccy snI-.;a.V edu tes lilfy to 1.1h wc\reesleecr e of foliiI sickclles, iLtan a c(ncIS.lllo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
CARE OF GROWING FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

CAIUE OP GaiOWI nG FVOWLS. At' this dnl of tlle .-yeoar (says the t'S.tiney Moi~ri HlertEld.j gro.,ing lforIs •re.ulre Lhu mlost raretful otlteliotin. hlIty ouoltry-'keeprt are *h tlhe losit of tote ting the ohickens tuak' care of blirs selves after lhu first few weeks, but Uo til tlhey are three or four ootes'l's old, it ss essenltil thaL every care shoolk, be takel. A little sle!glet slay rtlin a tory pronrising .oulle~usr. Thle oim of he poultry-likjer lshouls. tIe to eI;p thu ld.e?tn steadily groowiong flrolt the time ithey Iwt'e tho shelll so malurity, oad Lthis en- only 1I oceompl;shltld iby (thle stit rst lttentioul to every one pC t(e ssasy details on \ hichl suroRosful lhiekes-reoTr ing dependt. S.ne tloh the coops asre well 'ontitlatsl. od 6hat lsey are row fgulaly asd. thioroughly ctlcaelod. AvoI.I tvrs'-criinll l ? 4t any cost, as mor cease ifI reteand?dl growth slld actual loss e?n ' (leam t l.t bhis ca?se hliln to alloy tither. tliere it is timlioss~wile for a grss run...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Joe Lesina, M.P. A SKETCH AND A CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

Joe Lesina, ,.P. A Sii'T( '1 .\\I' \ C IT'. (Fr'om .the "C('tholie Prress," Jan uary 7.) t lnrnzoe-enpiplnxi'td I, ,tir.-iili., inrk-., ltt-lll,-lhl , iightly-.u it, yen:n. n-nit. Miiit hiiiiit, letuiti eye u. idau.ln! 'wi, h hea~th and hntl:'li..e.n , nalko'l into thr, "(utholie ]Pr. s" ,).ist, er,?or day. "I ao T..s:lna," hi. saiI. "l'tle Qinilzanflat ioliticliln ?" ,,-C.'?,.,:"? 1-,- - - on: ' a t nim w i th s u-p rii e , f ol from nal we lhadt, h?neal and rnad of S'jlcelt ]?,rnnal , Jos-p-bh ].sina-'--.tt? kbIno?? n -as ].resinna-ne bai l ll' licitur-i hbi. as a fiier ., ino iu i in-l-okiht li h i tiiiai , a n r· h lnvllnlped to culti rate tlb. nicmal si3ka - his charactter. hib renal .sina is iii' direct opposite of lrthe I. loina il our inhwlt-.ition, nnd wiould Iaun a.n a . l.ll (n l Ce, - - comilishidi in thi ways of the worl. Nine yrars of Parli- ,ntaryii life ulnal ,'. monle,- a t si n s ii .? l?lit blo-n: i in hlalthi, anil in ilusfimun-, n-il rob himn completely of bis r...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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WILL THEY HANG TOGETHER? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

WIYLL THE1 11.? LV T1 \ ' H L' Fit "H¥ll ll th, ? ,e l n ltrne't',l 31iistr, a., this Piilih: :nt i ut "" "Th-,y, nr,' b,',ly, to h li< top:'t',:' f lir t icr was id of ent h r n tMi Ii t ti. cis all iiititi i eonii :in t'ion, if th y Ii nt ]i i tv. -turn tli V w.i hii'" cuy~tE. Stm:J '111 i tiu ri~tv.a i a '.t." "With l laut ri:ult ?" ".e ivi. ' ii I i memiierit is ho , an 1 if tinr th eliction we lhu'l:i hive at LIast 30, Ii tddition oi oir party tI '" 'ciii L. iaoliiui iii:ui, cii hat'' <,1 ia. n i,. Air iy, K.nrr, W'.oc. iaci , 31u' phiy. it : c. ' Inu t, . (id l..'u i . tt t Op pacituonistI'). n''l tiihu' ucr' iun the crs. 31 iiter.di Pel t chi:,. sliir, i an ict'v,,rniiaiu haI s leŽ:a..I ti 1i i'ci. Lhi ]laiii rn ]F<"at',, Jn .iassa doean' t unt fca rintcJi.' s o * * ·* +

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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CRICKET MATCH AT WALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

CRICKETl MATCIH AT WALLOON. On Saturday, the 9t0 instant (writs-s n rorretsDondehnt), a t-am frons Gradl iester crickleters, captained Ij 1.T. V. Criady, journeydl to Wallooi to try conrlusions with the local cricket eleven. The Walloon skipper (1). Nut 3yr), won thlee toss, and decided Io batq :anid li and his mle. venre disposed of lin about hanIf-an-hour, lmvio l ngady 35 :runas, A. Foughen, jun. (15), being. tfi only doulle-figure scorer. Grlns dheste, responded with 81 runs--H. Rafter 13, J. Ogg 12, ., V. ('reedy 10, R. HJufo ll 9 (not out), and sun dries 16. Walloocl's second in? inge .ielddd 84 runs-Wl. Johnston S, )D. Xutley 7,. sildries 8. Bowling for 4Grandsh?stec, first.nninogs, I. inrdon :seeued 7 .wickets fdr 19 (3 for none in. the first oveor, inclding D Nailey), nani J. Quinn 1 for 1]0. In the second innirgs 1. Fatdridi obtainedl 5 wickets for 9, and J. Quini 3 for 17. For Wedloon, D. Nutley Lagged 3 for 28, A. Fisher 4 for 28, Boughen, sen., 1 for 7, nnd C. Dorgel no...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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FORDSDALE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

FORDSDALE NOTES. Our well-known cream-carter, Ir. T. Bierto. (writes our correspondent in dor date of the 12th instant), It with a nasty accideant on Saturday last while driving his sisters to a cricket match. It appears that thue wilkers on one of the poanies beaoane loose, .eausing it to take fright, .and to bolt. Mr. T. Bierton jumped out to go to the horses' henji just as they started, nd .when in front of( the animal he received a nasty kick, splintering a bone. in one ol hiM legs. The sulfferer w•as immediately taken to the doctor, who ssoons had the limb in splints, but the injury will necessitate the. suffercr's lying hy for .?-mp time. Tie other occu pnts of the vehicle escaped without injury.-T-lie Weather still keeps very dry, and feIced is becoming more scarce every day. Thc wlhole of the early clv is.n, w .wlhit.. There are very' eew patchel s that are any good, and mat of it is being cut out for feed, whlilst Ipanicua anmid other greetl crops are gradually going back. ...

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"A Lone Hand." A LUCINDA INCIDENT. MR. KIDSTON AND MR. AIREY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

"A Lone kland." A LUCIND-n INCII)ENT. M3R. ]EI)DTON AND 31R. AIREY. ]It has Cireon (:1 i t.lnt I o-rlnl puIIlici r 1111'1 ofr c ninti Snll-'t . it ollei' .21n , 0 r 'mt in i;ractine. ]Ion" -ni:- inte-.:st in incid-nts wlicnh woih:l f ion".. good ie'olniz ni- frii i jl' intllll lo-t t,1 viP .", nd .us:f Irul side-lingit. on til l.r?nd int.s ii" fni ni'lc... pi publle m' i's iewCan .,ori~ii ,bi'ii i."' "fow-v1r, a0 t2nr • thiins do ·l S out- it's a fninmy way. th- ia ii r.-I l n:, of th'oe s8h'op ]il.':l l-.l n iiht (sl.'l a -y n Is.rli'ray's "Courier") in connc1ti.on witeh tle :l-11 n:,r t,,nd,'erei '?y tho Frend'or t,? the ]'rim, 3!liniste ,of thi Concu n?tni ith ,n t1ho (overnmuent steak:' r L.uch;..a. liThe is orwier a almostlni. rfle - t.o 'eae? i-hi 'ui U '' Wharf, ind most ,f the "mitii:I reirtss n5-ri , oa?d. IPreuntly the hcnit (li.i Ilr'm?ier) ,marrine], a.mnl, -rCaldiinz inmtiiy on laind, , Ie ,' hiio.l liaiIs iti aloil th li, hI mt. On his way alon thot duck -.h,, in the n...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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MR. KIDSTON AND MR. AIREY. LATTER REFUSES TO SHAKE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

3IR. TIDSTOXI AND M?]R. AIi.RY. ].ATTEIR "IR!EFU',,ES TO SliAKE? ]I.AN1)S, "ith r .arl t, thii abov, incil.n y-i-i'tiiny'. ""J" lv;'liii ii'" h. '.' L' i., ii Pilatey I : itt' hiiIeiiiiii h ii -t iiti lowvn z : E,,foro l~nving "t]:e wharf a h l:.-t,?.he ro'l to:I intlcilent iol pilane. Flbli 5rh. |\ Jidson , the ,lQu,'m-?hlini Prit t i Min.aistr, i lrriivl' at th. l ucin sIt '"It night, nrI :M ly \?si n 1i. or III itf ih' ' -1t t?' - -ii\,. on l i- a' :it , i n l .' 1 l wi', ll l t -I 'It- itt I t411:1 1 I 1 i t 1< lii . ti' l 'I1.ti ii I ii l 1 I [ li hl l { t lla i ' , lliii tit 1i i ',r it - ill'hll 'thl. iJh I , st liii oi' l l:i , t i'si ii l h' I,?'-n h:t l. ilts n:l 319. 'li ~'-ni i.rlch~ I ?-° .\$ireI " w .it w.,: ?i ai., nl.n' wi..h th,, .?1nyur of Sou~h hir.-' ;nn" . ,11 1 . 1. II t1 (i ullt u h). Thi Ir iiii ?rr'.et,'it 1 ii fl i I i, ' l i - Usl:? 'f '' n '.l ?h r.w ,"i iti" and whl! ilet Jhis ha'?l. .fr i'..t n dvI;: I~h n a s'or 1, '+1;, .1 ,v?,nhin , Mh'. I...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE LABOUR PARTY TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

TH I LABOUC R PAR'I'TY 'TO-DAY AND V" EA'lERlAY. "The Qui;t.?:cll aI] alt.our P'art,- i. n or a,:tvanieir:l tlhn our pa.rty.' "Yes; we und.r-tand thl' fuIt l.dlan- tals of *te ].a ':,ar movin.ft, . ?itt:irta ittho. they do her:. 1?y lithe way, we hlan' i.. anI.yi.s I:l cr; Iiianki, .cl t (h. otly jlawytrl in thl' l!ouse thatit ma:li frti rai-n-ic.l x-il:.'thl-sa at pelr' at. a Blair: bunt Elaitl .out of olii., an Blairt in oflice,, may e n differ: at 1-:' Rtn." "Have youl many .; 'ab ma i:n th1" party v" "In 0"hily or i-nrty in- p':r. All our Irighlt-:.t - -?d:: .4 ito ai. Fed P'awo.:.n, (:irnn ' y,'rary, and Il",g.~ ~11 -i-i II artt -Ycti a;. ?3 ned tintt all b', m'i. I We i is tI h ui.n c ri] ; m?I.h. "]'ly hi- d l fiw, I.Iniwl:.gn- iii P r.'-illllcui ?' pii 1 EPi . duel:, tinthid . 1 jaldus ,f t. .ir righ s., Whi, the," ti-ci with uc lit v oid '5m imt' ecr in otea elatetion, ?a?ne -o whom aft r wait..d lri tlto, tint titn who lhit'w nothlni of -tch toantimit, aret got in thrIuchl...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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A Band Conductor. SUCCESS OF MR. R. DUNN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

A Baud Con Juctor. SUCCESS OF 111. I. LUNT. Mr. F. 3,tt:tr.l, r.- 1?' I" si"ch City \'crel. at anlrd, is in receipt of a coal mlunfeot.Lon frcon 1lorf?n'i:e soflihti con tras ino.-utio'an of interest to na.?.y Il:soi:hi; ns. it is in ;': form:n of n post-c~r d, . n c a; s 'i. ' .I .?·:ch is t t-to -d ]lp phcrt ';;'aphl o ])uu.I.'s 'ced-!{t2'al Ilrmss ?at?Al (late lletropllet l tliaas$). It:t i tl?trunmll? itls 1eiln.Ler :12, the c.e tral figurheI nlg .Mr. Il. Dusn, wsho, it willlc relllini.itclrd, sns, at o;e t?-u. cornil'ter c ": c lf l]pswr:cl City licce Ilc~• II 1(-'.I1" - lI? 1 i'll • 11 .?1· (1. 1)1; | I·1 :1has Hena 1haul. hi sins s1fe uin.dr hli: 11'?.!~ll l z..?:r o?,ls['; htill :-osi·L· i 1I~ fonl lrnliil t hal i iii- t Ifand i t cinf')It'D. h leaer~zp tl~t hecii tiant uie t0 ur marke]11~1. ]r(1.1r:· no (1a Cl C· 1.c ne riiI a itcir. rrl tifon thel h'rr- sinal 51ii fir. lfltyi bji -ird tie resyonlsi:!i oston a rcii .uilletr if the t1fflfiur Lie irotfolitln fries flami:. Rl-...

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A LABOUR OFFICIAL'S PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

A. IABOUR OFFICIAL'S .AY, After listening to a soul-stiring as count by a lady as to sweating among '' white-workers," the Sydney Labour Council the other alight procesod, to discuss the question of the salary to :be paid to thMr owl s erotary for thei ensuing ycar (says a Southern con temnporary). Now, the Sydsey La bour Council boasts that it is a large and influcntial body, anit reprensents the consolidated labour forces in the whole of New South Wales, and, nmora particularly, 70,000 memlcers of tr.ade organisations. It will thus le realis ed that the secretary fills a highly re ebohsi,:le and onerous position. It was .mentioned that he was obligedl 'to be in tlhe of fice not merely all ,day, but every ni?ht. And what is the mnu;ptsiceat salary this important laioutr oflo-r re ceives? Exactly £3 10os pi week. No pa3-lont for overtimne--of which there is a great deal. Last night a dele gate poinited out that a man of Mr. ,l. P. Cochrtan's ettanemeuts would re coive considerasly m...

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JOCKEY'S FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

JOCKEY'S FATAL ACCIDENT. A mnessage froP m irth states that tihe ilquest on the body of Ieslie i'Dougalsl, .jockey, who was kiiled through folling from a horse during thle running of a race at the acrth course on Boxing Day, was concluded on ? ~iday. The case woas singular in thant electric appliasecs, connectinga with the spurs, ere found on the lad's body. The evidence showed tihat the battery was fastened round dcas-: sle's waist by a ,Ilt, and kept in pos- i ition by a handkerchief,. which ~was laihed over tmhe shoulder. TbI's wires ran down the outside of I'l)ougall'as lug., pased through holes in his buoots, and were n?ttachod to 'the spurs, There were no .lPrs on tho ,boly, ahich would indicate that he had not been injured by the electric tbttery. The jury returned a renlict d6 acci dentrd· death. no hime bteing attaoh sdle to anyone. They added a rider to. the eff.ect that the W.A.T.C. sosuld cause all jockeys to be searched prior to mounting i? each race.

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DINMORE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

DINMOltE MI'ITH'ODIST CHIUIlCII. A very succes?lsul colcert (writos our correslpoln?dnni) was ?a?'o in the above church, on Sauturday eening hast, by thle )ihlumore Imanle choir. Thel chair were un der tile lcadeslllp (:f IMr. G. Duck. aned, an this was tlreir lirst attielnllt ota full '?locert, a good audience assomhlod to hear them. As ~the choir hs tIrco il ex ist?n~ce only a short time cte sihig?pn re flocted grceat crldit on their conductor, as did also the iedividuul efforts put fortit 'by the. mIters to attas their preseat eficiency. 'lThe atudlence throgihout were very cuthus:nstic, and sonne encores had to bhe roeponled o. Follormng Is the progatme suuit~lmttod :-Ovesrture, Mrs. W. Greenwood : chorus, "At Break oa Day," male chair I solo. 'Poor Old' Jo?," Gladys DaBues ; chorus oy choir; duat, "Night is down the Valley StuIl ing," essens. Duck sed Stautham; cho rus, "Bay of Biscay," male shoi r solo, "Only TIrn, m" hly Nunm; Iduet, '9Sea of Glass," Mr. ?amd Mrs. W. . yreenw...

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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
HATTON VALE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

HATTON VALE ITEMS. A correspondent writes:--The usual monthly'meeting of the Hatton Vale Farmers' Progress Association was held in Mr. A. Schlecht's hball on' Friday night, the t:h.instant, ' whni the President (Mlr. P. O. Peter') 'n cupied the cdair, and there was a.:: fine roll up of.mesebersi in the stfr senee of Mr. Pimlott (secretary of te association) Mr. P. Sharry, jun., c4~', ried out the secretailel duties. 'Conr~.? pondence wasreceived from .hi? i r mers' Co-operative DistrlbWting .f Co'il pany, respeecting . sharessel I by the IIatton .Yale Associatidn. The Pr sidcnt' explained that, owing to it?he rainy appeamance of the w'sather :on the date of tse meej of the I'gr' mers' Federal Council'in Ipswioh, "ie had not attended. Thii exjlanatins was accepted by the' asoe ociation. Coon siderable discussion, too' plaee Wiih regard to the ejlyissleness of a.Siin bined order for .mai.e bags, about 1000 being 'regied iby .the meminbers at .pesent. . he, seortary was io. structqd to...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
CONTRIBUTIONS OF COUNCIL EMPLOYEES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

CONTRIUIJ'ttONS O ..COUNCL Efl PLQYEES. It has leen customary for some time, by mnutual arrangnment, to doduct. Id in the £ from the earnings of the Ips riclh ity Council employees as a pofr tribution, to .the funds'of the Ipawich '?Bbspit. . Yesterday afternoon after tie employees had ,drm paid they held a.. meeting and..unanimously decided that in future, instead of paying .ld in the .t to the Hospital, they shouli contribute a jd in: the '£ to that. ,in stitution, and a similar.proportlon to the Ambulance Brigade. One of the employees' representatives infornied the Town Clerk f' this' decision, and pro" mised to f-rward written conlmntiu?' 'cation on the subject. Between a''20 end 30 employees atafifected by this arrangemaent. ' ".

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
A NEAT CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

A SEAT CAILENDAR. We are in receipt of a very neat wsell-celcndar from the Iadepnndent Order of Iochabite. In the centre is a jreprs'entation of "desus, the chil dren's frield" a?d, alpve this :aire the photogral:h of Bros..D. It. tain, 1ih Chief Ruler (England) and G. A. Savage, D.C.R. (South Brisb;ane). De tails are gi'ivn of tile membership ot the Order. 'the fund,,to credis mid the Ilnelits to be obtained by joiting this the pionbeer or all the temperalncL fraterhnities.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
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