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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

1200 IIORSF.S 1200 I1ORSES! NEWTOWN ARDS, "TOO WOOMBA, ;~25tb, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th January (MONAY {TILL AATUB.DA.Y). ?H11 heat and' largeet yarding of H0RSE~ 4 ver sees ini Toawoansla, cotaina'ig .1 'Broken end unobrokenl Heavy and Active Draught L..riy oad Van If raca, Light Warness Her.ra,. Saddle Hank., Ilrover.'.itoraaa. Pooles, and a splendid lot of :i0 HE&AVV O)RatlGRH itl~)0b MARES, from, Yandila lfi~tOat. with fada ,.t foat, ai d ~fiitod" to the Higli.Clara Weinholt-bred Sire. Area 20 Brood Saddle Maras with foails ua4sn 'foci to Moravian. M"'PHiE 4r Co., Auctioneers. SA.L'E ý~OF D. `J:. NOONAN'S FARM ; ;Postponed Indefinitely'. ~Ki<W.'4B BLAOBfVORE, FX 'The lro~erty 01 . i i 1 i n o J. H.FOE. ACO Acre .h :_{ a ,Wit lnya ftp o on i~way Stationa and' Township, fl 9~lleý'ti' Bglýailr'io n the $atsifern Ral~any Line.' e~pl Ijr,4n' and ,41zing Farms wý ~ ~ ~ n 3 ; rso 'be` i.- by "'rAuction at u Thie D.arahda 3astate poneicts' of ,Rich Alluvial ,~...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Rugby Football. RECORDS AND FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Rugby Football. nEOlI1n?S AND FIXTPUnE,. The following gives the respective. r? cools of the Union and L.ongue itebmsnow in Englard, and the matches adill to be player : UNION ("WALLABIES.") Sepliahrer 20, Devon ......... 24'3. October 1, Gloucestershire ... 16-0 Octoler 3, Cornwall ..... 18-5 October 7. Gllamorgan County 16-:i Octow,! 10, Pen-y-craig ..... 11--3 Octoher 15, Neoth adl Aleravon 1 5-0 October 17, Llanelly, defeat .--8 October 19, lomnoooth County, abandonedl, rain. October 2?4, London ......:..... 3-0 October 20, Olympic Gasie v. Cornwall ................. .......... 32-3 Octoier 28, Army and Navy 8-0 October 31, Durlmn 2.....1..... 29-7 November 4, Northbumqerlanh aed Cumberlaond ..:.....i..........,.. 18-6 Nove?lber 7, theshirsa ...-."37-3 November 11., London .4--9 Novem??r 14, Camlondge ... 1. 9 November 18, Oxflord ..X..J 19-3 November 21, Yorkshire ...; 24-0 Novenlrb 24, Lancashio?n,...' 1?-i. Novesnler 29, SoximersetLhire 8-0 December 2, Ridlainbi sad Tast 2Mla...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Broken Hill Mines. INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT NOW COMMENCED IN EARNEST. Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Broken HIH NMines. JIWtiSTRTAL IONrFLTCI • NOW COMMENCED TN EARNES : (By Telegraph from Our. Cerreepoeuldnt.) Sydney, .t?,uary 1. The Brokeri Hill war betiweevn ?Tli unions and the Propricthry -o?t.. ay? Las now conmnenced hi earngset Tlte mines were closely plc'keled toa All the approaches were so we1 gierl ed .on thhursddy night that son* 4 the clerks and time-keepere wfio *Ah,* rbwn, town weore unable - iurn to the mines.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
WHAT'S IN A NAME! [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

WHAT'S IN A NAME ! Boring Day's "Government. Gaiette" contains the following interesting no tification :-"I, Jothan Julius Judoe .chefski (otherwise Judisdrolsky, other wise Jusdisdroffsky, otherwise Juda chefaki), of Gympie, in the State of Queensland, butcher, do hereby' give notioc that I have assumed and in tend henceforth, upon all' ocaonsioie and at all times, to sign and use and be called and known by the surname of "S'heskie,". in lieu of and substi tuion for my present surname of Jis deebhefski. Don't forget a 'ot of Rose Cream, for esunburn, whe. gag to the sea-aide. Pro. curable at London/Pharmacy, Led., Ohe wAste.5o 67 Orlsbb and F oote tor Needs Q " Cribb and Foote for Sede-Tarm, Flower, ?54 Vegetable. Send for Catalogue.* 64

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
MODEL BAND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

MODEL BAND SOCIAL. social, organised by mesdeames Pile H. F. G. Rumage, in aid of the fu of the Ipswich Model Band, n held in the Burnett-street Hall la night. A fair number of pa tro s attended the function, and al th gh the weather was very hot, th appeared to thoroughly" enjoy the selves. Dancing was the order of evening, and excellent tusic was supplied by the band, Mr. C. Mae (violin), and Messrs. T. Molloy and H. Callaghan (piano), Mr. W. Por ter discharged the duties of N.C. very satisfactorily. Refreshments were handed around at a suitable stage of the proceedings, and were duly appre ciated by the dancers. Christmas amd New Year Carde and Christmas Poest.-Cards. Marvellously low Prices. 'Cribb and Foote.* Goeat Coleetlon of Vases and Orna mensts at Cribb a]nd Foote's. See their Show-Room Display.!

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE COOMINYA VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

THE COOMINYA VINIEYARDS. When at The Norman Vineyard sports, yesterday, our representative gathered that the prospects for a good grape crop at Coominya this season are very ens couraging. Mr. W. J. Gttteridge, of the Norman Vineyard, has a crop -hich will not be quite so large as lastoear, but what is Iacking in quantity is, Mr. Gutoerldge thinks, more than muade up by the improvedl uality of tine fruit which is now being placed on tho sar ket. Messrs. Banff Bros., of t?le Clinton Vd1eyard, which is now said to he the largest vineyarde in the district, also have a very line crop of grapes. The fruit is somewhat late in ripening, but, given favourable conditions, datis should he to the advantage of the popular tro there. Messrs. ,P. Kiernesa, J. Dolan, and J. Scarboerouegh gse likewise repo.rt od to have good crops tldhis season. So far, the hailstorms have avoided the dis trict, and nt?trally (here is a general hope that any visitation of that character whirch may comae as the resu...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELLENBOROUGH-STREET METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

ELLENBOROUGH-STREET MBIETHO DIST CHURCH. 1he serv.ioes at the above Church to morrow will be onductc e at 11 a.m. end 7.36 p.m. by Rev. T. Wanlea?s. At the close of tle eventis eervice, It belg the first Sunday of the year, the solemn Covenant Service etb communion sill be held. Seasonablq hymns 'and ant.tems will be rendered. Strmengrs and non Churchgoeres colrdially iwted.! OCribb aend Foote's Annual Santa Claus Carnival. Grand Finale toeay.*

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Local and General News VISIT OF ADJUTANT LOVELOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Local and General, News VISIT OF ADJUTANT I.OVELOCK. The Salvation Army's spiritual spe cial, Adjutant Lovelock, is expected to arrive in Ipsweich in time for the Army's Saturday night open-air at O'Hnra's corner; and attention is called .by\advertisement to the '16 days' mission to be held in Ipswich, commencipng on Sunday first and con tinuing till Srundlay fortnight. Those interested in missions, &c., should try to be present at as many of the mneet ings as possible.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Licenses for Drinkers. A NOVEL PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Licenses for Drinkers. A NOVE?, . TI'tOPOSAL. The follo'wing elotter e pl-ared ill tie Ltm?on '' Daily Mil" : Sir,-As a oneasos of olbtdsiang a sut taining a suheton~ yl inc4st of VOVenn jwhihe would l unfelt 'by Owhe dxi?xaycer, whilet also htaving a ieoeficial effect on tdle cause of t'ttltlera'OcO, it a otccurrltd to the writer that if a .e'tlor of ulco hol Joust take out a licemons, the buyoer of drink should also toe! cogllaplto to .to so. Undler ?dh?e existintlg sy}'te, lo? tluat. list ninvittlsttlfding, tho is N't otsu?ly no clack agoaint the ite olat- Ottt-obta~itig doilb, My seggtsti4on effecttally pre \rot>; yids. Should the license lie taxed at, say'. 2s lid per head. it Would psroduce a tvery good rosncoe ontondly. llietfly put. the 1. T'hlat every and anyoC s.ishiing 10to buy aicoholic drink' it retail or ttlolfoot ttuoanotinis shall be Ofquir I to toake ott. o licenr o .1071l cry it os every yeaT. 2. 'Tlat any coltictiotl for drulkeunttts shal1 le endorsel oo the li...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

TIE PAST YEAR. In many respects the year that has just passed has been of unusual in terest. It has seen a few world move rnents of note. In Europe an event that will become of historicat interest has been the granting of a Constitution to Turkey. Over 30 years ago the people of Turkey were granted a Con stitution, but owing to certain momnen tous events that followed immediately afterwards the privelege' of governing themselves w\as not availed of. That Constitution lihas practically been re vived, and, as the. peopile are ripe for self-governonent, the .autocratic rule of the. Sultan may be at an end, and the Ottomaen Empire may take a more worthy place .among the European na tiones. Thait in itself is of world-wide signifieance. Tihe Persians nir also gr?opi L aflter d Liistituition, and in Russia there is promise of more ration al methods of government tL]o have hitherto prevailed in that o ry of great possibilities. Politically peak ing, there have been stirring; e ts in Great ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Miner from Gympie. TRIED TO PICK THE JACK AND WENT BROKE. "THE SAME OLD GAME." Sydney, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

The Miner frothm Gym pie. TR?TE)D TO PICK THE JACK. AND WENT-BROKE. "THE SAM3E OLD GAME." Sydney, l)Deconaulr 2t. The old story of the young man who thought he could "pick the card" was repeated at the Paddington Police Court this morning, when .Iohn Cohea was charged with having played at a trick at sleight of hand known a? "sh, lhree-card trick," on 'the Ran.uwicl, radecourse on Ahe 26th instant. Senion-Costabl l Orr said e was on duty on the flat at iRa?isclik 'race etearse on Saturday. A man came up to him and stated that he had been taken down for £11, The con stable proceeled to where Cohen was lying down, and the unun said, pointiseg to Coher, "That is the man who took me down for £11 with the three card trick." Witness told accised he would have to go to the police office with him, and Cohen said, "Certainly not; why should I? I never saw the man lbefore." Witness, however4 in duced accused to .ac6mphny hain anud on the way to the ofisce Co'Een put his hand in his left-hand ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
DULY QUALIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

DULY QUALIFIED. A -.widower who was marsiA. D cNently for flhe third time, nu d wvhose brido had been uua'rriel our.e ielo,r' horsalf, wrote arross t.1~b hollomu ofbt0 wedidinig invitations :-"Be esire ant come, this is no amsatour js..for maicsse."

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Victorian Politics. SIR THOMAS BENT CONFIDENT. MESSAGE FROM PREMIER OF QUEENSLAND. Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Victorian Politics. • "-: D - SIR THOMAS BENT CONFI DENT. MESSAGE FROP M PREMIER OF QUEENSLAND. (By Telegraph fromt Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 1. In connection with the political si tpaition in Victoria, a meeting of the country party will be held on Tues day. The Opposition are disgusted thant Sir' Thomas Bent did not resign, an if he did, the probabilities were that Mr. Prendernast, leader of the party, would be sent for. Sir Thomas Bent, who has managed, so fur, to circumveet all then other par ties, seems confident tieat he will yet be uhle to pull the Ministry through. Sir Thomas Beut received a tele gram from the Premier of Queensland (HEon. W. Kidston) : "I congratutlata you on Hmein able to save Victoria from the curse of the three-party systen." Two caees Ladies' colouretd Fancy and Black Unbrellas and Sunshades. Special fromu l O end 1s lid to fl3 enreh. Cribb and Fuote.! 8

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
"Hark! What Was That?" NEW FARM INCIDENT. BURGLARS REAL AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

"Hark! What.Was That?" NEW PAR3fTT ,iNCI?ENT. IURGCARS? EAT. .ASIP OTIIERIWISE. There appears to l scare days in Trihacn (says yesterdny'n r'eintI.ih). Since h lobseholder .siote six 5 0eks ag), ?ogal a series of sild, ibnirobalbl, Sad blood-cuandllng. stories osf *hm,-Lo-hiand en coiunters witlh pyiantom I?siglies, thi scare ,ias gone on inereasi'ng. The Conn misaSioer for Prolece (?taeor Caill) ion receivaed reports from onileris alto, had spoent urns in s eter' sleg (te c tnse of snae s?aysteriour oleo, o?1o?ut which erad oosin cilota-ted the wildest -stories, and all of Athse go to shaon thti some Ien 4la in somae of the msabuphs.pba.ne dufoering from genuine scase, stioe otlehi are en-o diasouring to hide some of their little pulferings under cover of atleged lirnglor t4L o 55000ijtiO~aal Cul U1 punailico s`al Criminail Investuigtiaon Depucai.rnt are ýporl?.?tsulchi show, that the flapping, of ar ltetiniais tsh4tpd hasl jlriven highly Strung ?'ionies almost frantiic, ' and 'ioa...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Holiday Traffic. THREE DAYS' RECORD IN BRISBANE. 54,505 PASSENGERS, £5997. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Holiday Traffic. THREE DAYS' RECORD IN BRIS BANE. 54,505 PA?SSENGERIS, £5997. Ahlrcudy it has been mentioned that the passenger traffllic in the Brisbane district duinng the holidays was un usually lheavy. 'The calculation mado from the st.ole of the returns by the oefiicials of the departmcnt? (says the "Telegraph"), shows that not only has a record been sn ched in the number of passengers car risd, but also in the amount of revsc ue, notwiitistandirqg the, fact tuit fare' were cheaper than in previous years. During Christmas Eve, Christ mas 1hay, wad Boxing Day, no fewer than 51,505 passnger`s tra?vell:l by trains wsithin the Brisbane d!strict, and they ploil in fares sums ahounomt ing ito £5997. On,"thie correspondung days of inst ye?r, 4t1,18" passrCeie's were booked, anlc they paid in fares sums aamoustiuinr in £:455. This year. there w.s nn increase of 10,019 passmen errs, nid asi increase, ill revenue of £2542.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Dugandan Estate, QUEENSLAND. SUBDIVISION OF 6000 ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Dugandan Estate, QUEF SLAN"D. *Stflfl1ITVS1O!N OP W)O0 ACIWs. In ou nive~taisiig colnhInfs ntill U~e found a d'saC~iliti~O1nI of n .])a nnulnn ]n ntao nn1~h Unn is toli sold bky antiinl nI. lanonali, Qtanonlainl. n 4nSalundy, tile 8th' Foirnary. 190'.). Tho ont~alo in Ga nna'ticularly' nolrncti~n one oni octoulnt ofl its heting .?.tuaterl in the iteito t of one of the itest ,i.griciilttiral a?id cludrying lisitricts of SoutIII?wonI Qulhenflfa~ll. r'lywr'* is a ritartting Jliantieod, tittdi ont lret 550 acrt, n. i 't'riael dtiry orm st . 210 ncews, nar:l 47 ,Wgriciulltural nod gra7. ibig bliorko front Vt tort it 052 ocr. TJ'he Estate posc.:es-e?, m.ayS u.1tiv.aotto~ns allct to gotod toO tay faotititiat h13n only 59 ?e'i?ns frtn tttrishoam., limi aittlh in a nile it itnitttlat ttwtstit ti d rt.a - wtty soatinit. Itertat is uin ,?toirtiiit tld well liitriibuied tt initl of iti4t, a r' :,ilterthti'e tuttte factory, at estllish | at1l. &r. 'Ohe ln ltt t tlt ll a tlato i. e ]i rt ...

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Football in England. WALLABIES V. MONMOUTH. MATCH AGAIN PREVENTED. London, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Football in England. WALLABIES V. MONMOUT$. MATCH AGAIN PREVENTED. (By Cable Message.) London, December 31. The Australian Rugby Union foot ballets (Wallabies) today were to have played the match against Blon moutkishire, which was postponed on October 19 last, in consequence of the wet condition of the ground, but was ther conditions again intervened. It was impossible to .play on the ground on account of .the frost, and 'the match was abandoned. Owing to the rigorous weather, the match Wallabies verseb Colombes had to be cancelled.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

,,s not e Cheap Tea, bitt it is a Good Tea at Reasonable PriCe 'i. , ' .. . ' * .. * .. . . ' Briish Grown. / Pure eeylon. e Best tovx the oaXe. AXLL OROCER&. - ar' , Y, it, afý v o ill 1 1~ unider-..91oi° test~t ,utafio J Y , qeJ.moib;1,~i tii do ,thijd rcacrg'.t;119` 1 t c t' lasd4 t ; ±tuiV. O s I71 n y"- -flerin~ 1ti dvG 4i i nowfu ii m~Aje~rj 1it- pent:.,a i 'wal :tioo roublc orj~~a fh~add ugh. wa,, e'' len loa1a cued thb lidbe iii !} jla~r~ frimna`r.-thft ha .all ednia sit heaelfhca ~n any, frm out l f 16§' Dapcaiz-t I t woutd Tauty. ~aer. lIa ope 6an e ;of amilawd. ' do aeiai chef~ Cel d ecl4ryngare. 6110lO 4 i-~t -1hi caredlfllyie t~hean that it -otis en ft tue V andfithula-'A so "s otaia my plu tlll lmif alaato pukiu ;it4 7Y mfUYamaa..but;hI give Al ;it eadd IfIy! yarmfiled' alt ~ lt.er BrIald ths',~t7 ama ý byanda qce~llinb Y F-1 i . Stinfulant. T imparts lasting exhilaration, and need only be taken in small quantities night and morning. ELFE SCHNA PP IwLF 5 C~[' D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Business Announcements. DALTON BROS., ,:;... +.! .i cholas..street, pswich, Wish their Patrons "A Bright and Happy New Year. A few lines left over Christmas to clear at cost price.. TEA, is 3d. TEA, Is 6d. 'uS 3dstl holds sway with the public, the sales during December exceeding all previous months. OUR ONLY ADDRESS: AL TON BROS NICHOLAS-STREET, IPSWICH .(NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION)..6 i REAT ANTiEPTIC AND PROPHYLACTIC .for JeaAstP40i0 WIi 808nE THRAweTS rid n ,on BOna '"- '" "ý:~ ?L? _'_'+: '. (4. ,vwi -U ' ': , .? " , :.. li2.o.ubo lqt ~,??~'i?. ti" u, ks or n thtood when aknafter meal dt S+actu HudSons t'ulhienthol Chernical Coy, Ud . 9 orNcsiteot 0 Sydney. N z-.. ' '.., I ., '. d. t isae'street, Ipswich ILC A FEW Enamel Saucepan 1 and Kettles POE YOU. .Enamel, Cast, an Tinware of S the Beet. - StARE, FANCYW ARE, KR, R.., &o., DGREAT VARIETY: . J'''a .i)'Y & D angerfield. ...de oso:see y the. Crowds going in our -iCpinfectionery Store? hAbs. osened another Uig lot o...

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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Town talk. That the " Town Talk " man would direct the attention of tile covic uthorities to the footpath between Waghorn-street and the Cutting. That it has been noted that at this tage of his journey home a certain .Wst Ward aldeTrmin prefers to walk. n the centre of the road. That the numerous ratepay.rs who raverse this path are awaiting its nuoh-needed renovation. That from atishoemaker's point of view it is the finest footpoathl in'the city. .That the et-to near thme. GOalndonin Hotl on' the night of Bioxing-Day had t diffeirnt' inding fromi that of the hattle for the champig.ebslip in Sydney earlier.in the day. / That in the minor contest Johnston vas. vanquished, altlhouki, strangely nouglh, the-row inas caued ithrough his championing the cause of Burn. That hint miy happen in a week or two no. one can tell, but uat, ipressent there ceitainly seems to be'very little nterest exhibited in tlhc Iorthcoming ocal government electionst. That presumably this may be. inter pretld as...

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