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Ambulance Brigade. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Ambulance Brigade, MONTHLY 3MEETING. The regular monthly meeting of the committee of tlhe -Ipswich Centre of thbl Queensland Ambulance was held in Messrs. Hughes and Cameron's rooms, Nicholas-street, on Wednefdaoy evnine last. Tliere wdre present : Aid. M. Bowers (in the chdir), Cr. P. W. Cameron, and Messrs. G. Williams, (treasutcr), 3. 11. Scott, W. IlBetts, and the ssuperinltt lntfs41t. Ajlologiteo for absence were received from Messrs. R. P. Watson and J. H. Hooper. CORRESPONDENCE. Alcmogst thle correspondsrce wssn'. thI lollowing letters :-From the Clerk of tilhe lundanha Shire Council enclos in a n donation of £2 2s; from th.:e clerk of the. Laidley Shire Council, for warldin £1 ls: and fromn the Re'-'. T. Ashfihurner, thankinc f the brinde for services erfully renderoled to his wife, in movine hier from the Esk train to the train for !?Brisane., during hl½r illness, and enclosintg a donation s( 10s 6d. The secretary was instricted to write letters thanldins tht donors for the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Weather. HEAVY CONDITIONS ANTICIPATED. SPECIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

The Weather. -:o: HEAVY CONlITIONS ANTI CIPATED. SPECILkL REPORT. The following special weather report was issued at 11.30 a.m., yestecday, by the State l)ivislonal Weather Bur eau :-This morniug's \eather data re vel the ct fact that progress south wrdls of the tropical depression has beIen arrested, the operating factor bo ing, aplarently, waves of high pres sunm from the southern santicyclone, which has suddenly developed consid crable intenlsity over -the southarn 'Statles. Colsidelation of all ava'lahlb informalion leads to the conclusion that the disturbance has greatly de ceasoed in intensity, Isving partially lilled up, and that the ocentre is now uppro.imately to the south-westwsard of 3ein. Tihe weather is still unst- tied, showery, and squally froni north east to north-west, under its inluence lbetwcen Iurkelows, Tlhursday Island, and Cardwell. There is reason . to Ibellfeo that an area of low haro meters also exists io the north-east of Townsville, being perhaps, the mai...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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VISIT OF SCIENCE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

\'VIl' (1F SCIENCE DIC-LEtIATES. (iOn Munday n' xt a section of the hel ra ts ,' no w ta i in'.d m "g t e inru ual ('iCn'griss eel fhir Austral:rsian Asso cilation for the Advarnccment of Scincs in Ifrishane rnill visit Ipswich. We may iinspak for then a heariy wel c ,,mi ; awtl iwe fI l assuni: wl Ifhatl . ,'v 'y thfing posnluf ,, will ie 'don ,' by rep 'e sntatiif ns rf thi citizens to giver the sicentists ; favoInrabfhl illmrn'ssion of th: pfiph, and the natural resourcisl 'ihi ar n'dranerlnnrll of senC tifle researcl i- not fhe exehisive co.ci''rn of anly rili.ul:w ril n.:s -it is the crlsern aof Ih,, cimrnriiy as a whote. Th,' ,,grat nmvemi-nt of the day is the organisa ti1n ,if ir luistrnial ri't-Ifrprs r. Th r lnriofiis1sor'r Inrd iratlin n im1n of( sci(cll will IIiiav iiil n ftrt atrirns ulr in thd m,,tr',pllis of Quecenslan'.<l uring the paqs?, w~v'k r*€p1",.wat1 a fundamunenal m,,v',m,,n that is as w~ide as ths civi lis ,.I w,,rtr. It wil Ln renrrerul:errd mrat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

THIS PB*iZE IESERVEII FOR CRB1111 & tooTh. HOW TO' BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL, S H OP AT Cribb & Foote's. We Offer Special Inducements TO-DAY. 10 per cent. SPECIAL DISCOUNT off all Remnants in our DRAPERY DEPARTMENTS until further notice. -We have a small lot<f Perfume Caskets and Haberdashery Ncralties to clear at 10'per cent. Discount off marked prices. Special10 per cent. DiEcount off all Ladies' Hand Bags during January. GENTS. Tt hInr, TAILORING DEPARTi?ENT we are giving a 10 per cent. Dis. Scnnt o! all SUITS ordered during the month of January. We haear a vary fine range of SUITINGS ta select from. If. you require.a SUIT, now is ,your time to save money by placing your SOrder with us. 'Throw-Outs in our Millinery Department. ' Fanny Untrimned Siraws, cleasing at Is each. SWhite Hr?m tq for Laiies' and Ghlb' Wear, Is 6d each. Just the thing for this hot'weather. - .Models in Trimmed Mi.linery at half original p ice. p'; icia valuo sin Ladies' Dnast Cloak...

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A FEW WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

A ],B'W VOhIDgS. 1 ?n-o n-?mt to 1m a bunsinesn girl blin't forl,,t ha1t all ?.usinnosn in ft Jill , brut'l. " 't *go< i.? to .busiinss io Inn 2]ellpd or lifted gntti- aover lar! plneI'S. 11'o will Ins paid to I)lmlak P.uiIi lDers .iiioot'h for your. .. iljilhlvl'. If \iou ,want 11p11 or nvm-. pIthis'- go i~ II hoIn,, fori, the ,~1ieid -if they will lathi you. You n'll gel] o11011' flromnl I 1. nlrgl ?u?ntr s Inll man, ' ·who in jelfloll of woman's suiels'oa s 3Il: husi.~lnr . mnyway, and moran c?itic~al of her noir_ l hf:ill hI' iS i) :t 1i"1i11i'. Y1o. 1,il nli-verr 1l, tun o-rid beliroi y.o1 wnitlt tiIt 1o105ey, hut hieausn rorvur ,rmfltfon s-iiiuiu -our1" ser'?ie. f, youU are: -Ilo co',mel)h,?)t t to (ho hlie worl,, t.'.tI ?nk Silti iifluir:ituil fieads see nir inljeinri fn- 30ou, juitt Iee itnis' tlii wn~idil iutthii' do this 1a1111 halost mtnoyil 11 at regidar in terrain. .

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Boonah Show-Grounds. MEMBERS V. TRUSTEES. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. Brisbane, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Bbonahi Show-Grounds. MEMBERS V. TRUSTEES. DEPXIUTATION T1O THE MINISTERL FORI LANDS. Brisbane, January 15. Some time ago the trusthecs of the Boo?a8ah show-ground, ua block "ilth an ia'-of 5 acres, waited o?n the Minis ter for Lands (Hon. DI. F. Denhamuun) to pretest agaihst thle purchase by the association of a larger block. The ihnister expressed astonishment at the acionl of the trnstees, and indicated that they should resign their trustee ship. This morning . r. C. Si. Jen kinson; MS.L.A., introduced tid Mrc. Den ham, Crs. E. J. T. Bell, A. J. Mac kay, J. H. Schubring., ad J. Sween ey, wlio coinpldiied of tlhe ttitude if the trustees, and requestcd the Minis fec to take further action. 1r..* Jenkinson explained that a meeting of the subscribers had call'd upon. stlie trustees to resins, Int this thty had not.done. ir. Bell pointed out thalnt a resolu tion-had beIren passe at a mneetinug at which Ed subscribers were prescnt, asking the trusters to resign, ibut they lhad not repl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

DRINK "ORIENTAL" cgoo ooooooo ? eRI?ENT, 1/6 ALL PER LB. CEL J CROCERS GOLDEN TIPS FINE CEYLON TEA. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. F A. WHITEHEAD, Photographer, -____" __ BRISBANE-STREET. ALL THAT IS NEWEST AND BEST IN HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. W E speciafly recomnnend our Beautiful ARISTO PORTEaITS, which are proof against insects. Seeos Specimens in Vestibu e. 17 (EBTABLISHED 1869.) n Reed's Furnishing House .Sppeia Christmas!Furniture. IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT PROM. THE BEST VALUE INTBE CITY FOR ' C ASH OR TIME PAYMeNT. ADDRESS : Adjoining "Queensland Times" Office., BRIBBANE-STREET, IPSWICHI 27 Bpeolal Advertideements. Dr. STANDISH LIGHTOLLER AS commenced PRACTICE in Ips wichl, and may obe Consultled at his Rooms, in East-str?et (next to Dr. .T: A. Camnrone). Visits lIARRISVILT?IE Every TUESDAY. 8 MALC. M. CAMPBELL, BURGEON DENTIST, (Late of C. C. and Dr. Marshall,. Sydney), BRISDANE-STREET, IPSWICH (oppo site Palads Royal Hotel).. Vists Harrlseville F~irst TUESDAY In every month. Rosewood ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCET MARKEITS (By Telegraph from Our .Correapodribt.).% S .ydano, j 3u~nmatijI. In tIhA produce ?aarlket to-.iay-tiff was firnier, Adlaide de £5 '' £5 10s : loal at auctioantc?doice.o £i5, 10.l to £1 5s, M id prine *£." l1p canie was steady annd in ttran gl -de nand. Prime small bidleB' t;iOiiti - £C, end prtne large ;i £4-:s.-'?hti mna quite, with aii,' easier i 't;.nali' Milbourne 1,roueilt 4-IOd'to: 4Ase; '1 and Northel River 4s. 2d to 4" ., d'. Potatosi vswro firmer, gobd1· "I-~i : 30J to £5 Ss, -anodmedium-£4 alts to £;C.6 ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Auction Sales. MONSTER HORSE SALES, Newtown Yards, Toowoomba. MONDAY, 25th, TO SATURDAY, 30th, JANUARY. 1200 Horses will be Yarded. TheEe will include Broken and Unbroken Heavy a-d Active Draughts. lBroken-in FParn horsas. Brtknn apd Unbrnln $Hndle and loarness II reo. Pnjio. Ac, ahd some very ina lots of Brood Mares (Trauglht cad Saddl·) and one and trwo year old GrowersEfrom Jondaryan hctat.. Yandiijla Itatet. Nlonduri and Widgee (Weinholt's). llythedale and Wallumbillo. Harrow E?,ate, Woodlandse, Mary vale, Fyohll. Hidden Valep, Tooloc.lmbilla St. lfelen'r, Micunt Ihving, Ir fields, .tungahan, ·Inlun?gy., Lochaber, Woolo yA, Balgowr.io, Saliebury, Felon. Malsrioya. h)undnoh. Undulla. Ean c'reek, Lioholme, and numerous lots from Dalby, H1urnett liver; Jlijbehe River, lNaango, PittsorLth, CIfton,- Alicra, and Boonah Districts, &c, Rc. -lL1H Ig NOTE: The Yardno on lthe First and Second Days bill ilolude the L. Jondaryon Estate Uranibts, Mlondure and l\idgee Drauohlts (all \V...

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FODDER CONSERVATION IMPERATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

'FODI)DER CONSElVATION IM PERATIVE. If daTirying is to hold~ its pre.sent position as being one of he chief in dustries there will have to bre mnore at tentio~n given to this important mat ter of preparing fodder ill the year round for thle dairy herds. The trouble is always in the summen r and winter months; tie smmar scorehles up the Ipastures. and leaves the grass very soarce, so that when the autumn rains come, mid the winter sets in harly, it takes the dairy cows all tlheir time to live wvithout beino expected to pro duce milk. This exlierienee has eern dearly learnt by the majority ol dairy amen and owners. It is the, that they have bhegun to realise how the ounsti tuti.ons of the herds become under mined by poverty. Give thm cows abundance to' eat and drink all the year round, and 9 the profits seill be considerable, besides tihe pleasillg sighlt of seeing the cows slnli and healthy.. If lthis is 'done, we wouhl not Ie so contiiu ouslsy hearing of the different so called dise...

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BREEDER'S TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

BREEDER'S TABLE. Time of Mares Cows. Ewes. Sows. IitchieR. Service. 340 Days. 283 Lays. 150 DLays. 112 1)ay. 03 ± aLy. January 1 Dec'mber 6 October 10 Msly 30 April 22 March 4 ,, 8 ,, 13 ,, 17 Juue 6 ,, "9 ,, 11 lb ,, 20 ,, 24 ., 13 May 6 ,, 18 ,, 22 ,, 27 ,, 31 ,, 20 ,, 13 ,, 25 2I January 8 Novem. 7 ,, 27 ,, 20 April 1 Fbri?ary 5 ,, 10 ,, 14 July 4 ,, 7 ,, 4 ,, 12 ,, 17 ,, 21 ,, i June 3 ,, 15 19 ,, 24 ,, 28 ,, 18 ,, 10 ., 2 ,, 26 ., 1 Decem. 5 ., 25 ,, 17 ,, 29 tarch 5 Feb nary 7 ,, I AuSanst J , 24 May 6 12 ,, 14 , 19 8 Ju'y 13 ,, 19 ,, 21 ,, 26 , ,, ,, 20 26,, ,. 28 Jauuary 2 ,, 2 ,, 5 ,, 27 April 2 March 7 ,, , ,, 9 2 June 3 S ,, 14 , 16 Septec. 5 ,, 2 , 10 , 10 ,, 21 ,, 23 ,, 12 August 5 ,, 17 ,, 23 ,, 2 ,, 30 ., 12 ., 24 S 30 I April 4 February 6 ,, 26 ,, 10 Jluly I May 7 ,, I ,, ]I October 3 ,, 26 ,, 8 14 18 Is ,, 2 , 10 Septem. 2 ,, 15 l,, a 22 ,, 27 ,, 17 ,, 9 ,, 22 28 May 2 Mach 6 ,, 24 ,, 16 ,, : Jue 4 ,, ,, 13 :11 ., 23 August 11 ,,, 16 ,, 20 Novem. 7 ,, o ,, 12 18 2 2...

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SPLENDID WHEAT YIELDS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

SPLENDID WHEAT YIELDSIN NEW SOUTH WALES. I spite of the low rainfall. thronghl out the StaI for the year, especially during the, nonlth of October--lhe pelr iod when wheat requijrs most monist un--so5ne e.xceptiollly hosavy yields.i hare . heen recorded. throughtout the district (says the Sydnsey "Daily Tele' graph".). The September police re port and returns estimated o 20VLusshel yield, whlich ssulsl have been eesily rnuiehd undsr aildnary circumnstanlces. 'Ihe vast areas cut for hay-no doubt a wise proviston to Iesentsi g'ain.it drouflght, especially whe the yield eoched frol onle to t"vo tons per acre-redlued the wheat aro : lint, allowing for ever-ything, and taking the estimate front deliverles so for for wadtl, 12 tIiushels per acre would ,:e a fair avdrage for Burmem:lman district, lt?ich is aluove the average, viz., nine Blushels for the lus t 10 years. Advanced farmning, following, tnd naonurilg have p)roved great adjuncts to the ordinary on!-plougliang metlhod,. 11ry dist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

IIEC~~11SBRFOIGHITIS . The Famous Remedy for Coughs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, SPleurisy, Asthma & ConsumDtion. Th' 0e (hd have taken this medicine are amazed at ifs splendid healine power Sufferers from iBronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, lifficulty of I rearhirg, Iloas?e,?rs, Psin or Forellne in the Chest, ixperience leligIhit.ful an:tlld rJpid relief; and to those who are subject to 'olds on the Chestt is invaluable, as is effects a complete cure. It is most .crmfor ing in allaying hritation in the Throat and giving FIrength to the Voice, and it m ither allows a t'roureh nor Asthmra to Ie tome chroni., nor Consunrption to develop. Consumptlion is not known "bere ' Coghlb" have, on their first spoParonce, been properly Irvatet with tijis medicine. No house should be without it, its, taken at the beginning, ·a dose or twvo is generally suflicient, and a complete cure is certain. Small Size, 2/6; Large Size, 4/6. Sold by all Chemlsts and. Medicine Vendors, and by the Prprietor, ...

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RECORDS IN MILLION-MAKING. EXCITING CONTESTS IN THE ARENA OF GOLD-WINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

RECORDS IN MILLION-MAKINCG. EXCITING CONTESTS IN THlE ARlENA OF GOLD-WINNING, Thlere is a whole world of records whi h are not to be found in any Athletic Calendar. and few, if any. of theml are Inolre illterlesting than those malnde ill tilhe alrena of Illillion inkers. There is no crowd of cheer ilag onlookers to watch this steiln ly-conltested race for golden stakes; no frecnzied outburst of applause marks the passingf of each million acl'k on thle tracl, whosf pavement is of gold ; but for the cotmpetito's, no Olympic race is miore keenly fought to a finish, or is more ex citing than lIhis contest,' tile gucr iton of whlichl is explressed in til lilons of pounds or dollar's. And wilo are the present-lday chanm pions it thlis contest for the world's richest prizes ? Anmericans. every aan of them, and at all distances, for across the Atlantic there is a t.agic in m tillion-tmaking which we in Einglanl know notlingg of. and if the start is usually slow, the speed of the latter laps...

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Cricket and Other Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Cricket and Other Notes. ("By. Old Sport,") The resumption of dthe local associa tion cricket fixtures, after the Christ mnas holidays, attracted a fairly large attendance on the North Ipsrich re serve last Saturday afternoon. On No. Swicket the St. Paul's A team were pittcd against. the Al~bests' A coesinna tion, but'" hs "Saints" exaorienced hIrd luck in having. three of their best men absent, one (H. E. Coolny) hav Ong lIens unfortunately wounded "just before the battle." Indeed, for atime, 'the surroundings of No. 1 wickeot ?tihaly presented the appearance of a mioiae itrh battle-field, judging hy the pfe sence of the ambulance-bearers mland the quantity of gore in,evidence. While in dulging in praelice, a couple of ,alls being in use, f.- E. Coonoy was struc? on tle rirllt side of tlhe head by on, of the leathern spheres sharply thrown in from the field, a nasty 'gaslh being caused, which bled copiously. When no .tied, immediate assistance was at onace rendered by his cosmrades...

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BREEDING AND MILK YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

BREIDING AND MILK YIELD. I?i the h list "Transactions " of the Highinand and Agricultuml Society of Scotland,: some interesting examples are giveo as indicating the oefect oh breed on tbhe milk, i' herds which have esn nogularly. tested .under the auspi .cs of the society. The instances cuoled from districts where tlhe milk records have been long 'est carrid on clearly indi cate the immence imnprovelnscnt that may' be acnhieve by judiajious motiag They prove that the ability to give a jae quantity of milk\is one which is t rainsmitedl to the offspring as much Uhrou# the male as through . the fe male. ,And the same applies to a high peroentage of fat. in the - milk. .While these clharacteristics nr:u valu vitle, a more importanit ig,. as far "?itha-?-dinary prodisoer of milk is Sconcerned; is that cows producing a large quantity of milk do so at a much less cost for food per gallon of milk the?hn those yielding hall tie.produce. I.t is often taid, ifetherensc, that the cow which give...

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For the Farmer. DESTRUCTION OF BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

For the Farmer. ]IE$TRUCTION OF BIRDS. " W.II.C." writes to a Southern paper.--The slaughter of insct.ivorous and other birds by poisoned water in trded for rabbit destruction may to a great extent be avoided by havin, the netting thro'or four feet from thl water's edge, tLhereby .allowing the binds to aeliglt inside the netting, which they will nearly always do when the netting is placed at that distance whereas if it is closeito the waite the birds alight on the outside, and run round until they come to tha poitoned hole. The hlole containing the poison ed wats' should be covered by placing two piecoes of ti~mber across it, and then again suftlicient tinwer across them to cover the water, butleigh enough oE the ground to allow thle rabbrts to go tndernath'to drink. Mr. I. Hunt writes :-lt is with no smll, amomdt of pleasure that one no tices that elfforts ire being made in arioaus wan s to protwt and study the bird life of Australia. The inau guration of a "bid daiy" in the puia l...

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QUEER PROFESSIONS. EXPERT "MAT[?]EERS" AND "MOURNERS" AT SO MUCH AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

QUEER PROFESS[ONS. EXPI:til' MAT?:II I'I"2 " AND tiIliNEli' Alt lt ll C, AN t10lt11. l,,e, i?nogle r' n?a , n if lhi xist n,,',; i1' ;(llcol(, I l\;'J ,'ll ?;;i \ l ·l:';i c ll| (,. \ll' Illl i l l\ ! tl.c ri~"lll l ? I L ;I.IqIP ill" lll' Is I IIITll ". I \ cl ,uati ' ,lii ot ict n q ieI' est o hle a is ll ,li. (ll ill l'C l' twit sit lls I r'. ' S-i' n IIn - Intul' nleld solole iiti \s\it a sel' ,lienlsli oi ?.e of i in a tel ta I lllltaS ll i- Il d ittt tin-e inigi'n-nli S of c i 'p llie ! ( nrot'ol• iroinrtiaos. IIa'sql .lce in d a's lfavoarite pei'fuine-s'iolet- costs till ]ear ounnnne mottle. tn int 'lde'' that, it isas lnn or'?'ct.ly i(nd ed" Lefore it is passed for Her Mll jest"'s us'. it hcii tnin I'U tine 'lnun liL of live pl'ofes'niionnl "sellrcls. Many i ills ltan ee' It ' S of t elil'in lamnaken's i?fi ter nll' tem s liters finti £L' n to £O weeklly.'and they?' al('' i s.(ed nnixilillLet cold an.l the.l is iii them'r sonsae .f. snniflil. (.'onntr nun oin folr thie lighl...

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(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. A VIVID ROMANCE OF THE ENGLISH COAL-MINES. CHAPTER XXXV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. a vIylP ROMANCE OF TEE E?G LISU COAL-MINES. By J. 3IONK FOSTElI. Author of '.Bavera?'s Double," Etc., EXtc. CHA PTE.R KxxxV . Contii,,cd.) " '"I 4.tin witini for evidesce of Iay lurcliese," Ito stoo grunted. I ''Here -it 'is; tl;hen. While dtid ngh Jbour W as awly fetching the - whiak& tMrsi, Claydon produced two papers slh ised laopsd in ths dead womasi's breast, snd had said nothling ariouit. 1 . got thenm for a govereign, pretending they were qss"ces c'exelt us keepsakes, and hire the are.5' :He thrust a drlnd in to an inner pocket, and held an un Seald envelope up to viey, adding, " Not" do you know ?" ' My God, What j near shave !" the mine manager blurted out, "Give tha~t mio ma at o:es Farnworth." "E·cuse me, liu4 our score isn't qusrd. yet. When it is they are yours; for 'they tre useless, to me af :jI Msrya 'So you " kniow - this. en r4 ej, s?? ?It ..ontains, frit, . botewrinqen 'to' a Major Wynton 'aPoldimge -governor -4o bar Majesty...

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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
ERNEST COLE AND CO.'S WEEKLY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

ERNEST COLE AND CO.'S W'EEKLY SALE. Ernest Cole end Co., general anuc tioneers. Rc., relport that at their usunl Saturdlay's sale hekl at. t~??eir Central Horse lnzauar, East-street, tor Satslrda' Ilust, the attendance was large, and hiddilg at times. was I risk, thliough it draggesd several times. The yarding of hoaens was consideraLle, anld prices were very fair. 'lh plire igs of pi's were only simall, a(ld all -were displosedl of, the demarad being good. The suplply of lionltry was limited, pri,'s reimainiing satisfactory. The fol lowin0 sales were effected :--Borses : Liglt ha'esa.s, I at £9 10s, 1 oat £9, I at £8, I at £7 15s, 1 at £6. I at £5 s tid, I at £4 17s ld : others, (roon £2 los to £4. Fourteen cows brought from £I 14s to. £1 17s 6d. Pigs: Smallporlers, to £1 12s ;.slips, G at ns 6d, 6 at Cs. Poultry: RHons ters, 2s lid to 3s Gd per pair: hens, lIs d to 2s 3d peIr pair. Germans waggon. £5: mowing-mach·inec, £14: and aaddlery and sundries at market vlues. (rapes brought...

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