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Local and General News HOBART CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Local and General News ?-::-o HOBART CARNIVAL. Ilformation to hand from tile Tas maunian Tourist Association, which works ulder the authority and cour trol of the Tasmaniani Government, goes to show that the preparations for the proposed Hobart Carnival, to be held in 1910, ire well under way. Vari ous lhadinyg sporting associations and socities and other important organ; isations have promised hearty co-op eration. It is expected that the band contests and literary ccmpetitions will be a speoial feature -in ~tesenlves ; whilst the industrial exhibi tion and exhibition of arts and crlafts, and other matters of a. similar character, cannot fail to 'be both instructive and interesting. It is proposed to put iorth special.efforts to attract tourists sad visitors to the "tight little island."
Suicide of a Boy. QUARREL WITH A SISTER. Melbourne, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Suicide of a Boy. -0-o: QUAIIlI. WITH A SISTEIU. (113y Telegraph from Our Corresp.nJent.) Mlclbou'rnoe, ,January 15. 'l?,e latest develolnment in rloard to the death of thIe boy, vlhwu seas rill.. ,tn tile railway lille *Ioar Elst-:lra 'kir k y-ettsrday, itndieat,-s that the ,1tly Itm timlplated suicide as a rc-ult ci a quarid u -ith hit s I r i 1o isE10 ji t abolut ,.l ?,-:rs old. liHe sutem 'nnt was': " Yiest'rday nty r:lothoerl tlrnw 'I Ii9c1u ofi ,brtad at o att iut t.i tlle, oiln 1 said, " I you do that a ain 1 will tilt 5OU ill tll rooin ulntil you 00 l' ia oroil:l It \s'. 1 ltit himi on tIhe h wit ai straap, atiti lit' tlWues u tteaeh stolen ato in1, cultting my i ai'r, i' ld I s 1;i, " I will put you in the room ull i-l yotu te a good boy.' I sow'nit frtt ity sist'r to help lint, hlut sdll'did notl Ionr,, sot I lnut hliii in toty itys'-ell, -t] elited flit' dotir; and left liton, While I was itn tle saslh-hlous: I hnt-ar hin lift itie willtdow alld Lget thlroul. I cuUght hol...
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
OF INTERIEST TO WOIIEN. "For tome timne I had been gradu ally declining in health, I felt ex hausted afltr the .'i.btest exertion This state contiltnue ::til I becane qullite lprostrated. I also suffered from shortness of brtath and lalitatDon of the hear't. A.er t:i;'; many medi cinesn, witl littue or no benefit, 1 fill ally decided to t:ry: \iVarner's Safe Cure. After takil thile first bottleful 1 felt better antil i:tproved daily. I am pleased to s?ay I::: the result of talt Ing a fat' bittlhe!'ul of the medicinte was Illy cotl"tliete- .restLnaral.)l tc health.":-Fronl Mrs. J. Brown, 12'il Belnsigo-strcet, Prallran, Vie. "'monle .c:ars ago 1 suffered colt stantly firo:n ]tits in tlle Iead, ex trellle weaknlless, al fiting fits, nervous ness 03ml po'stratian, caused by g0ll" eral debUily. I could do nothing 1.tc relieve lay sufferings until I startnled on a course of WVrler's Safe Cure, I got relief from the first bottle, and continuisng with the medieine for same little ti!n:e lo...
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
SOCIAL. (Any Information intended for this col umo . must be duly authenticated; OtherwIseo it will not be pibilshed.) [In uture no itms Irom the country iill be accepited for publlcatu under this head unless they reach us through our recognised correspondentt.) laajor and Mrs. C. A. ]. sWu :?n tnd flintily arive d home fron " Heathit oat, So~utllort, yesterday. tl Mr. J. latdnou, who liOs en th guest of M]ajor aid Mrs C. A. 11. Wateon, has also lrturned ih mne Miss Watson iis sper:liitti a few days in Brisansue, as thel guest !of Mrs. Hughes. lr. and Mrs. J.. 1. Barkell and Mis. lr'kell have returnlled from Tam I:burine Mountains, where thepy "spent a 'plheasant holiday. Ah. rand Airrs . . Ht. A. Iaidles' in tertainedl - few.friands at their resi dence, 'leura," Ferrett-street, on Stit-I iurday oening last. Amongst those present were Mr. and irs. luxton (Chihleis), Mrs. Smith (CLharters Tow ers), Air. aud Mrs. lRalmann, Misses lBroughton (two), Mr. G. 1,olb), anti IIMr. II. lrought...
Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-DAY—JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Abstract of Sales by Auction. TrO-DlA-ANUAY 1i. By IllrgRes ansld ~lutchison, at toheir mart. Laidley : tro3erty in Ptatricknreet g lsot, ailotments 'in lMile's Estate, ?Ne uaown. ly Ernest torole otd ( o., at their hns anI, ],ast-stre't a Hormes, pig-s, poul try. By lErnest Cole and ('o., at tllair mart, East-street Property in ]Limestone street. MIONDAY. JANUAItY 38. By Erneost Cole anrd Co.. at Emerald Vale, Peak ?erosing : Mrs. Mary JIlrlow's farnl looler'ty, stock, fur miture, iullaetmenLs. &c. MATIA'rt)AY. .AN.AltV 23. I| :ll loet Cole anltl ('o.. otl ',ttlis~s. t'o1mig-smtgnes, Naorth i]nrich C-o logo, .atl ttnnt. 1ttNttA1, .I.ANUtAIY U. Ity 31'lhi ll t 1to.. at tie Netnwtownt y."ind. T'oowootnlas: Haorms. T'tItI'LtI., .1 *NIIAIlY Ml. Ily M'lie mlll atCo., na tdle Newtotn' ytds. rToonwoeba : iotsos. WVEDXNESDAY, JANUAIY 27. By Elias Harding anud Co.. at their yards. Sandy Gallop: COatle. Ilp I'Phie and Co.. at lthe Nesetown yards. Toowooml;a : IHorses. TI?UtRSDAY, JAN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
-/ILLIONS 'TO THE MAN WHO Is ILL S On ila bitter ockery. Thle woll is full of delights in which he cannot share. He can buy them but not S tenjoy them, uld ispoor despite his millions. This is specio?l? t~ue of the dyspeptic--th man who cannot digest his food. When the , stonmach censes to itectually n )erfrrm its natural work, food ceases to nourish and couses pain, licaritlbl'r , ilnd, ;'idity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. Pt digestion is the foundation of sound health, and 1hat is assured. by the use of tile world-renowned digestive s t:ic and stomachic remedy, Mother Seitel's Syrup. Irs. ?lIaria nioauell, 91, Inox Street, North Ric:nond, Victoria, writes on July 21st, 9Sy: " It would be i::ilh to overestimate the benefit Motherl Scipls Syr:p has cl ferred upon me. WVhen mny health was completely br6ken down through indigestion, and I scarcely dared to look at food, Mother Sciftd's Syrup restored me my lost health and strength, and that after many other methods ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Busines. Announeementa. DALTON BROS., ich?lasu-stket, ?powich, Wish their Patrons "A Bright and Happy New Year.', A few li.cs left over Christmas to clear at cost price. TEA, Is 3d. TEA, Is 6d. Ou. IS 3d still holds sway with the public, the sales during December exceeding all previous months. I OUR ONLY ADDRLES:- DALTON BROS., NICHOLAS-STREET, IPSWICH (NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION?. 65 Hudson's " Eumenthol Jujubes" THEI GIREAT ANTISEPTIC AND PROPHYLACTIC FOR COUG"S COL,!S " SORE THRO TS1 .E ~~ cA a"k for HUDSON'S ONY I a inwita tidns THE '~"~~-"littely to * prove __, .hrmf.l , Unlike cigli ,adine', 'Eamenthnl Jujubes'o" do not inter fere with the indigestiod On the contrary',t tey ,hte v?"beneficial 'efect, as their Antisepti P1ropertie. prevent abnormal fermentationof the food when taken after mneals. ;Sole nuIbacturers: Hudsons'. Eumenthol Chemical Coy., Ltd., 19 York-street. Sydney. Agena?e' in all the' Australian States; NewZseland, and at 320 Reg?nt-street, W: I.adon ?ir ? -'.," '...
Bundanba Shire. INTERESTING SPEECHES. THREE-MILE CREEK BRIDGE. A BRIDGE RATE ADVOCATED. THE NO. 3 DIVISION CONTEST. POLLING ON THE 29TH INSTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Bundanba Shire. S- INTHERTESTING SPEECHES. . lTRE E MILE CREEK BRIDI)GE. A BRIDGEI RATE ADVOCATED. THE NO .3 DJVISION CONTEST. POLTL1G OCN TEE 29TH INSTANT. At ~oon the returntring.olicer in con "gatado ith tlhe iunndnle e Shiir Council elections made the onicial de clarationl.of .thpe nominations received on the previouI day. '.The four non iesn, wb?re iu daitendance. They were: -hXi. -- 'divisioin,. Ci.. Bugh. Hnllott; No.;? 2 division, Mr. lEdgani John Fotot No. ,7 divi-ion, Cr. ticlined a1:tson a?d Mr. Michael Jos.?ph rolloy. Besnids these there were alo presentL Cr. ]Dlrrv Ferrott, Mr. J. i. oler., nod t.he clerk of tdw council (Mr. C. A. Stel>lonson). The Returning-Oflicer declared Cr. Hug-hl Hallett to ble re-elected as a councillor for No. I divisioi for a further term,·eo thrree el.rs, ned also declared EIr. E.J. .Foote to l:e duly elected to replreset No. 2 division on the :council .'for the next three years. With respect-t ti-o 3 division be sta ' ted thaflt pol'lhig d...
Progress Associations' Conference. PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTENSION FROM DUGANDAN. TRAMWAY SYSTEM TO BE ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Progress Associations' Conference. PROPOSEI) RAIlWIAY EXTIE'NSION FROM DUGANI)AN. TRAMWAYN SYST.Im TO liE AIDVO CATED. Tla conference of tlbs Boonsh, D)agan dan, and Maroon Progaess Associa tions, convened by' tiit lanahnI As sociation for the purlpose of deciding .lllpoi the best ineans of advoetuing" the. extension of the rail\\way-lne from I)ugaanda'n, was hcld on Th'I' sday even ing ai.st (writes 'iour foossChl eorres .iondent). lepresentative's of the Coo chin 'Association did inot iput il an sip pearance. There were also se've?al in teresfed ola-loolos prePssnt, including Cr.'*.. Lot, a inleumbh' of tlhso Goolnin SldFira 'Coincil. Mr. 1'. A'lin \ Waters, (president of thie .Boonahl As:ociation), .w.i applointedl to the chair, and Mr. S. J'. Cosisart was askied to act as secltary. The hlsirlani intimated the object of ihe. meneting mad invited discossitn. . lIe; W. R. Boasnemanl said th~eir ob ject was to discuss thie most advisabliS way. of getting a line bluilt to lhe Tecovit...
Land Settlement. IMPORTANT SCHEMES FOR FACILITATING SELECTION. INCREASING SURVEY STAFF. Brisbane, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Land Settlement. .. 1 a. : LMPORITA-T ' CIEIME~ OR' FACI j.LITA''iN SIll i'lOX. iJI riAbni, '*In i k rT 1. Thi, Minister for. lands O(lon. 1. F'. linhamiij, wile spoilitig afolit lainl st.tleinmnit; .tal(..l, 'this iaorming,- that Ih' hlite jilst receiveh'i . tiguires rela.ing to flit area .Ihetied til'rev,'iu rI ceived lafbt .alu.. Both of these, - ih' sai:l, w . ir5 vfy g'atifying. For ihe pst lour .J1.-i', ? lle dcAillrd 'for land Ih:i. steadily incruesed, and the year 191ll, upi to that tiine, constitu?tead a iveord for s-'lecttioi, is aireas tot.alliil 4,711,P12 nacis had- hbon tlinken up. I' tihe yr.r just closed, Said iMr. 1)en hmni, th:se ligties 'w.lv i;xesclJi, for areat totalling..l, tl,74;'i acres were seleetoj. , .omparinle tlea revoiu.e, it was "'A."' that in the .yar )107, thl Iil a.revenuoe ilaehiidd high. water-'marlk, iiu Eu tIht time keing .5.h,'-'), but in tlhei y\ur 'justl ? low'd, tile rroipts unounmits to £614,397. 'Th departmiiit, , said iMr. Ihulahm, hav use...
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D. D. Gazette" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
TOO?WOOBA PRODULCE MARKiT. r'D.D. Gazette" Oflice, Thursday Evening. Slupplies in all lines of piroduce were in excess of the dremand. The mnrket (Or atll lines are weak, with a oocdl de imand. \'alues we:e well1 nrainna:n d. Ss-e2ral alItraticnti s\Vre mode, and the iol!owin' are the ruling whole-ale quotuionis Imyable to fuarn-rs and ipro dacers i?v merclmants (bags and bales in) :- Sluiczo: .as ]Od to 3s 1ld per bushel (maurket firm), bin demand. Butter.-Faotory, lid, farmers', bd to Odl per It. E,gs.--Ordirary 9d, new-laid 103 per dozen. Bacon 9.d pCr lb. FIlour: £9 10s per ton. IBran: £5; Pollard, £5 los. Chor-s-Factory, large, 5?1, leaf, GOd. Potatoes: 'Whitesins, and second iuality, Li£1 to £L ; prime iBrowlnells, £5 to £6. Onions.-Locals (soft), £5 to £6; New Victorian, £6 to £7. Chaf.t-Mixed, common, £3 to £3 lOs; special, £4 to £4 10s. Wheaten, new, local, £4 to £4 los. Oaten, new secnson's, £4 O0s to £5. Lucerne, cut from stack, £4 l0s to £5: brilnes.dr.' d reenr , and le...
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
BISBANE PRODUCE - MARKET. J Jacokson and Co., Limite, of Brisbane, report the following sales of farm and dairy produne on January 15: Maize-4s to 403d per bus?hel Potatoes-English, prime, 5s to 6s Gd per Ot; seoond quality, 3s 6d to 3s 9d Pumpkins, 4s 6d to 5p p~r cwt Chaeff-Oaten. Se to 6e Sd ppr owt; In cerne, 3S d t, 6; mind, 3?a 6d to Sa SA -aye-Lucerne, So 6d to 4s per cwt Blutter-?rimo, 8 to Sid per lb C heese, d to Eid per lb Honey, Sd to 24 per lb Eggs-Ordinary, 6Gl to 9d; special, 1E 3d to Is 56td per dozen Fowls, Is 6d to Ss Sd per pair Duoke-Mnusoorvy, so to 7s per pair; English, 4 to 53 Geese, 7eG6d to Ss per pair Turkeys-Sobb'srs, 15s to 20a per pair; hens, 7o to 8s 6d Pigeons, sle to Is Id per pair Guines fowls, 88 9d to 4s 4d per pair Mang es, As to 8s per care App es, 6 to 9Os per sase Plums, 2s 61 to 4s per quarter-so e Itookmelon,, sle d14 to 4e per dozen VWatermelons is to 43 6d per dozen Popew appes, is 9d to 2S 6d per case Aprioots, 4 64d to s per quorter-ease ...
Special Weather Report. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Special Weather Report. (By Telegraph from Our Correspoedest.) Brirbane, January 15. A special weather report wns issued to-night. It stlates that fron special observ'ations it is apparent thait the atmosilheric equilibrium is bwing railid ly restored over Northern Qu:nislun'J. 'lThere is still no indicatiois thlat vho depression suslpected of cxistiag north-ceast of BIowen is spireading the coast line, lbut squanlly sofiuthl and south-east winds anud shewe'ry v.ea tle.r nmiy be esliectod to continue aihnz the southern coast wsile the I:l·eslre so high for Southelrn Queens land.
FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
FORECASTS.. *' The following forecasts have beenl issued by the )eteorological Bureau for the 24 hours ending noon to day : icutnsland.-tnsettled, with rain oV,-r all thie eastern andl coastal parts t f tle State, from thle pieninsula south wards ; south-east winds on the coast, blowing fresh to strong ond qqlually, with rough seas; fine in the far ''est and soulth-west; west to north-west hinds. Ooean.-The cyclonic s~torm on Cape York Peninsula is decreasing in ener gy, but sually conditions, with fresh to strong south-sast winds, and rough wlas meay still be expeeteud oni the tnst coast, norlth from BrIisbanc.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
BEREArVEMENT N OTICES. lirs. JAMI-ES QUINN, Graedelaltmr, do sires to express lher 'ITH'ANKS to all those kind Friends who sthowed her symnpathy, in various ways, on the occasion of ~the death of her Hus tined, and very sltccially to Dir. TIIOR'lNTON and tire Nursi??g Staff ol the ]ipssieh Hospital for the care and ottenltionol hhwan her lieHushend whist in tIat Insittiotio. 84 ers. BIURIOWS and IFamnily desire to 'lthank Dr. E. llroWll, Mr. sod Mlrs. A. Browl and ]F.mcily. and il kilnd friends wio sent florl,'d tkens ard otlicrnwie expressed sBympatly ca tile ocensioa ot thie doath of tiein Hus ibtad aed Fatlher, Jolhn lBurrtws. IN 31EMORITAM.L PEIltnEM.l-ln lo\ving nemory of Eliza •tcth Pecromn. who departed this life January 16, 1908. Shel is gone, ,int Iot forgotten Neve slcl h ?" lherl leoly fade; Swnretest Ziloughts will ever linger Around tlue grve where ??se is laid. hay biy day nec do niss ier ; Words fail our loss to tell; litl inll Iravecl we hope to lcret he, Ne'ver ocre...