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Vctoria. Melbourne, January 12. DEATH IN A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Vctoria. SI.ebourne, January 15. T)EAT1'1 IN A T'RAIN. 1lhn the J3airnsdalo trai~ n reacl:el Sale ye?:.?':lny i rwas foun 'the aRe. Father Sylncnt, atuioned at Ililrlsdale, lhad di·: in ato train bLttween. St:rt:ord al" Sale. Hle hlad bl rl ailiut for some t(ie past, n?S was on the stay to 31tLlaourte waith t?:: ;': of a 'ntcllrfg (Ile haositaol. CHAlIt;E O1 JIUIIDEIl. In eollcettioln wait thle deanlth tl DatElnar Louisa. Scott, at Sprillng GCily, ilear C'nastleu:a'l, the Col'oaner in sunnillg alp sai:l, that l.:, was satisfied from the dec- tora's evi4ldnc lhat thele daeael find not s.ht .ersrll, andt tlterefor canme to the cnclaus;stt ther ti,.r husband lhad fired the ftal .hbct. lie counmitted Irm' for trial for wafful niunaer.
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 12. ROBBERY OF JEWELLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS, ---: o.:-- (By Telegraph from Our Correspondenots.) New South Wales. SJ3dney., Jo.oary 1,. IOIIDBERY OF JEWELLFltY. Dluriig Int? week a ro!ntnry of jwcrl lery at Batlhulrst was reporte.. 'A conl stable, at a spot some distance rwest of Lithgow station, p:clied up a couple of wa.gs,lnO one of which there n's aon old ccut, and in cne ef the slca'?s oi the coat ha found jewollery rinmilar to that reportoed as stolen in Banthurst. The Jewnllery rnas vnalued at £20 or £33. SELLIN' A DISEASIED dULt'IOCI. Au. aucticll: has henll fil?n aIt raTf toc for nallny by auntlon a bullock suf faii.*1 f'roua tblllerclosis. OItDElR POll REINSTATEIiIENT. TJ'o Ildcnstria.l Restr'ar c?Oderoui the fadlwhy and Tramunway Seroc Assccia 1I:n to reinstate the 0Lree suspendad mmieohrs. STItIIE OF WHEELERS. Puwo lh:rds if tle coke o\e:s at Ioe IjmaikA nrrc otoppled yeste'dapy, ce no ie.' cr l having refusod t3 work. TJfe llnan uper theln re'iusod 'to let tIn rarnuisdtar work, and Olin ovens are...
Federal Matters. Melbourne, January 12. CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Federal matters. Melbourne, Januarly 12. CANADIAX-AUSTI'I ALTAN TRADE. A corinfemrnce Iras ; l dal1d between Pr. ('cnulLr (Drputy-Postrnmaster-Gensra of Canada,),. ?r. Lark (coummerSial repro. sen:tatiire of tiel omneiio in laAustra'ia), c:ll trhe linister for Extelrnal AIffalrs (Ihn. lE. i.. lotchelor). The object of t1:, mreo!iin IraS to diRciUss moonis for implrovnii te tiraie reritio;s t;etweanf A\risllrllia and (';lrlnda. Mr. Btlcholor, &lt; iil II ls,"Ii siibminCltlyIy , said they fand dl:scluss:d ,?l w'ele rsurjlcEt ill a genleral way, Ibut niitl:hn, wsas dntailel. D.ulling t':e conllfrrl:re O:110P goods were spoken of, iz thI irlfiisiil]ty oI a Irlecirocal anen: sut 9 iii adr regnrdinrgtihem, ind hw it "aulM work sit 1orc dii c s o 'Il Ther Miiier thlu?glt it would I.r iiiseln~in toI tradcers to stirne aoy iteri it prelonit. SITE fN LONDON. (o, s.:',rallp lurri?o sins evisced in tfle offi, ,: ifi F'el'rna .lllarnltmnllt of Esx I el iAfiiirs i tih ral:'rr i unounce I....
Our Boonah Letter. TRAFFIC RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Our Boonah Letter.i i: · (From Our Own torreupondeat). -_: TOASTIC ItETtRlS. . ? -?. . ". ?-.. ; .. ' The traffllic returns at tlhe Bonnot rall way station In the pns.. we- werec. ?- ? tborwarsv&d-btuttes il6,lS axe's eggs 81 cases; linouitry 7 haddss; cresa 189 gallons; manae, 11115'beau -jrs tees. 72 bags; . banas, 15 iags; hchau,, 4i' bags 2 Ibales; . general .ncrchaodise ., tors 8cwt; :- emnte:.d~a s, 38 clsaest;. borse. 1-. leelehed-gesgral snoraihndls , 42 itons 1cerkt ; crelam, 1023 gallons I Ioarses, 2.. CHURCH'Fl ENGLAND. -Ilis CGrce Archbishop D'naldson .paLid a visit to Booanh. last cO'e?.d. Servi tes were held &t Mounnt .AIord on Sun day morning, aud at Boonal di Itnhe even ing, thelin cinlg largo con,.rekatiena at both centlrs. .Tmle ora-tishop'e ssit was, ie coneticon wisth the proposl,, to salirate Boonah from I?rrisvillo-dtivL ding the janish, an- having these two Dpaces es centres. Everytldag ppears to lee favOUaabte for this change, and it is expect...
Dinmore Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Dinmore Baptist Church. A -4 .11 ',ti-ri? g wa s ., 1,1 in She love tslurch ale MtlliurJaly ivniclla last (-Wr:Les our corr,-spon'dsent-), wlien tiio I sclll.ers an a?:lPrellnts llet to welcome f',. 1. JlU:lery, C l.risbasne, who .comes Ily invltatio?l to anct as missioner for the .n.s:Iig ilhlo toseolia. The liev. i. J.1 3klyo.n, honorory plstmr o0! the Church, p1:1.?·-l.I. i his siddr-cu ilst. ilUlyiii de u-iled ',o cicltanstu-ses? l i w? hail led oip to sic Iores-it- oiragrnseunits llaoyalade. Shire his Cosiheg hero home air yeses vga Ile lind notic.l Cbat lChurch life in Din ieor haIld a.ny ups - lnm deon's, ouwing i'rob]ly t , 1i llntre i i orsilfll. Floye ofltf . SIhe miaijoilrhiv ity li jie piioltisia. Forsa sous e thisle lilo iti Iss.] insi esid-ent io theo 1o fcoe's rf Ih:s ('nn?h wrli d those of the parent (l lhurch al slsihii tlhat t?le cause was sot lniikhsci.eeo as they -Isoil d like to see it, nos-l they died coms- to thbe conclu sion to inov~it sosn-n ote to tak us th...
RAILWAY CLUB'S SWIM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
RAILWAY CLUB'S SWII. lhe weokily swim of tile ailbwny Swimlning Cluh was held at tlh" Cor poritioin baths last evening. The (10 yards hslandicap tesul~id as folloWs:- .1. lPatrickl, 9see., i : F. Couands, 7ser., .1: D. Jeffrey, ,5?c., 1. The iiflicials were: Starter, 1'. R. lagegl'or : check starter, MIr. A. . e. Sc~aler: judges, MIessrs. F. Patrick. B. Muc gregor, and A. Simpsoa; and reere, 1 r. E. Bookecr.
LOCKYER CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
LOCKYER ChICKET. , The Lockyr Cricket. Association flix tures will be resumed next Saturday, khen the Laidley club will meet thh "nemlbrs of th. Gatton club on the :former's wicket. The Ga?tton club have not yet suffered deifeat, and an exciting game of cricket is, therefore, promised, The following players have been selected to represent Leidley : Jas. 'L'Garrigal (captain), Thos. 'Ganrrigal, T. Anderson, C. W. loo per, B. Walker, C. J. Whitehouse, tR. 3Earsh, E. Martin, G. Dreveson, J. *['Car*ly, and C. Brimblecomto; enter gency, L. Sumibrs.
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
NA~MlOW 'FSCA'PEL F?ROM DROWN' ING. * The only son of hr. H. Verrenkamp ai- ..infant ahbout 15 months of age, was (writes a Ifarbirg correspondenl under yesterday's date) playing wit. his little sisitrs at. the lsear of th, b?laskemith's shop, where tin wash lboiler with water wass standing. T¶e little chap was seean by his sister tc 'soSgr-balance head first into the boiler. SOne of' then? 'iit dce ran to his rescut but, being of tender years, was unaosi tb lift him, wvhilst the other little .one. hastened to tell 'her parents of g" the acoient. 'Thd father quickly ran - 'out to see the 'othei little tot trying with all her tuight 'to rescue her l·other.' When lifted 'out of the water * the 'little fellow was unconscious and '"blub in his face.. .In'deed, while thUe :child was being lifted out of the water ohe liquid came flowing oit of. his "south. Restoratitve i m easures were, 'JhI?eve, 'proniptiy appllied, aiid in a short tisie le hiegan to breathe again, "adnd asi glad to say ...
VERTO'S BIOTINT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
V•ERTO'S. BIOTINT COMPANY, .This ?ompany again appeared in tlhe Town Hall lait night The attendance, due no doubt to the counter attrac tion on thie North Ipswich cricket re serve, was much .inferior to that at. ?he entertainment aubmitted oni iMonday right. Ti" iiA ?bramme, how ever, was an excellent one, and met with. distindt approval. With the ex ception' 61 the '"Merry'Widow V'altz," the pictures shown were en tirely' different from ·those ex hibited on Monday' -evening. This film provoked quite as much niiith as it did on the previous right. Mr. Hugo Lear, the comedian, was recalled several times for his' comic s'ongs. His first numler was, "It's a Goalod Job my Mother Was with McI," and in response to encores he safng., •"Things that a Man Can't Do," a parody on "Red Wing," an?d the "Laughing Song." His jugglinr act also created a favourable impression. The "Girl Olga" also' won heary ap piluse for her reindering of '' Sky ladi," and for a neatly-executed daece an 'song. Mr. ...
SUMMER NIGHT "CONTINENTAL." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
SUMMER NIGHT "CONTINENTAL." The suinmer night "coatinental" held on" the North Ipswich cricket rescrve last night was anothcr gratifying sua esdis. 'The ai'hatendane, despite the counter-attraction in the Tows'. Hall, was quitd as good as on the pr, vious occasion, whilst thle granmd-stand 'was lpatroilsed f?ri more liberally thao pIreviously. The Hweather condition'-, too, were decidedly pleasant. The lila graph Pictures were an excellent col lection, drama, tragedy, ant comeoy being well represCuted. The fdln en iitled "True HeAoit," held the antten- tioii of thle audince fWont conunencl n-ent to finish. "'Fishierman's ITite"' nwoas also a tn;m dramatic represcnta tion. The andst amusing of the num her of conlic pictures sulinitted was the "Trick Magic Box," the sabhj;ct o) whiclh was a most ingenious one, and one which was full- appreciated by tha audiuence. Other filmns 'ihown 'were "Doings oa tlr. B Easvfeetl" (.comic), "Wolf, Spider. and Scorpionu," 'T.tt's Toa l'arty." "'Melp...