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FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent). Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
FOREBT HILL PRODUCE REBPORT. (FromOner Own Correspondent). PFridey rsening. Heavy supplies wee farward to-day, end business was vwry brisk. The prices realised were as under: Maize-Prime, 3s lid per bushel BBon--Nil Butter-Farmerse', none Egge--7d per dozen Potatoes--EngliRb, nominal; sweet, nil Ch~at-Mixed, £5 periton; oaten, pr;me, £4 1s ; luoerne, £3 17s 6d to £5 7d6d Pa lid. Hay-Luoerne, £3 to £3 10es per ion; Soaten, £2 15s Pumpkine, A to £4 Gs per ten Ouliont, none TurnipS-Swede, none Roosters-8tto Sa 3d per pair Hens--ls 6d to is 9d per pair E h9lish re 9d to 8s per pair musooe, Bs to Is 3d Pigeons--'o quotation
E. COLE AND CO.'S PRIVATE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
E. COLE AND C00.'S PRIV'ATE SALES. Ernest Cole and Co., general auctionee ,a. report having tispos d of the property situated in Waghornbstreet, n-ear the Boyse' Gramm r School gates, and known as Mr. Betheringtne's. The price wasn an advance of that by auction, and tbhe purchaser wase Mr. Patrick Kelly. On account of Mr. G. R. Wilson. tbhecesnut pony stat'lioe E' so(by Kelsolx Jeanie', to a North'rn buyer atasatisfastory figure. On ac ount ,.f Mr. Jascs Kerwie, that very nice hockn:y Hair Belle (by Booval en Heether), at a satisfactory figure to a No thern purchas.r. A'eso, several lines of dairy cattle, pr.ncipally beifers.
THE BURNS-JOHNSON PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
.THE BURNS. JOO SON PICTURES. At the Town ill, oni Monday.~ighlti nexl,. 31'. Edward (· rroll will pre -ent l'ictures of lth Burns-Johnson cuontest. Thle lin?l.e season, which concludes tonighlt at his ~i e styss J' tettre, has, it is stated, bLeen a r cord, thlie cheaper portions of the house, particularly,. being overbaxed nighltly, amul it is estimated that ful lyZ' )0 ladies havc witnessod the e foriimance. The Iiictures, sehioch tJere taken by Mr. Chas.. Speaonr, of the. i.ceum Theatre, Sydney, are said to it remarkiably clear and distinct, and give an excellent and faithful repro duction of the whole contest. In ad dition to tilhe actual contest a very tniqoaue series oIf trariinng pictures are inlChtiil. sehossint; Mr. nod lUrs. Uurnsj in feats of high-diving, swim itig, hiand-ball plhiyiag, and sparring with Leo. O'Donnicll and others. l1r. ind hlts. Johnson, a?re also introdlc 4-, a'd Johnson is seen walking and ,unng on the roatds at Botani.ijalle punching, and splarrin g ...
RESUMPTION OF TUITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
• RESMT.PTION OF TUITION. Mr. Sydiry a.. y announces that le will :io at ,his rooms' in Wentworth Clml..ersr Brislbne stret, from lon dai till Tishuesday (th, 18th itcll the 21st instant) to meet present bad in t~ndin pupiel, and h win e in 1sk on Friday, the 22nd instamt" All Visitors to our City during ~Christ mrs aed Nesw Year, should not fail to see obur Specsl Footwear Wisdow, ,~whioh exlhibits all the Latest and ,est in Boots and Shoes, made expressly io us, iand csaising all Lthe excellnt styles, smaurt mnd shapely, such as we demeand. Bluchers cout of boft ta~n cal, sIl shoret forepert tips, weltoed, turced and s~lAbt ed soles, and cuban ?ad ordinary heols. Orlbb and Foote..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
- 'HKBP BP~ar ~-FOR ~HEE MON~S 2 18 SI - E o Qua an~~sF UOn fwa noBe3air aTery LeafSs Absolutehe ne 1e3Sa e TChe ontents are - Ns1WIgbt. dl FTHE ?PRICE igg- I-EgVERYWHEREi. A.-.._;y I-· P*(?(Ij~·Y~C L~~; ?.~·~~i~i)~l l~1YI·~L.L5 ELECTRIC BATTERIES. Approved Patterns only, from 351. aetail at Zoulter's, 246 Queen Street, Brisbane. Why? IS SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLA TILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT su serior to any other EucalyptI Product? Because it is the result of full experi ence and of a special and careful process of manufacoture. It is always safe, rollable, and effective, and the dan gers of irrswponsible preparations which are now palmed oil as Extract arc avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoc tions, and in an action at law a witness testbifed that he suffered the most crucl irritation frm the applicadion to an ul cer of anothelr, which was sold ns "Just as good as SANDER'S EXTRACT." Therefore, bleware of such deceptIon. Re member ~that In med...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
PERSONAL. Iu J)ecembhr last Miss Evelyn Wat son (third daughter of Major C. A. II. Watson, head teac~her of the Boys' Central State School), whlo is a ste. lhInt at the Womeni's College, Syd soy Univecsit,, succssfullv passed the first \?or's esxamlinotion ill- the arts tollst--ineelv. English, Latin, Es-such. a,:l tgeology. Miss Watson is to Ise nllpli nelilUenl on her sUCCess. '"h ,"e6v. l)D, \iti: Haitve (clhnlaln to his (t''a.te Arc'cltishopl Dtonal.dson) is at pres-lt l it oa visit to ipsatelh, ond ts the guist olMlIr. .1. A. Camt 1r1n. st will eoiluet the secrvies a t.. P.,,,'s Chlurch to-m.irrow. As a miarl; of the i'teitii iin whaih Ir i' h1 ml hYS thellm, the eimplnyni'. in thei ihirjir'y dlepnrtmient of Metsr.' ('Ii on l IFonti's ela?Iliiihment pr.o siiot'i itr. . sijihi hiin1 ivithi ii bond ln, ,it-"lan. yesterday. ni the ee'" of his oportuiP to taho up ati ap pointm i ile thinestilishiieii oi Mll-nesl. Font iti-nhinro. of 'Toonooln nanh. There was niothino of a form1l un...
ART-UNION DRAWING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
A IRT-?UN IOx I)LAING. An atdvcrtisemnnllt olsewhlre inl ithis iJ.?u' nbil.es 'ti- Ipublic jhat the art IunliqlI dlrwinI1 fir a siulky in connec tion with thw 'eent W\'Mstern Star Ld.~n1~1 Sl* will piice at the se'rl se Aiir C. G l. Huphrnys' Thitt worth Cham.e'rs, 13iisharnl-4strect, at S o clock on W?'dncaday evening ne'.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Ayer's Sarsaparilla Makes Good Blood Prick your skin with a noodle. You will see that it is full of blood. . Butwh~at kind oE blood? i Rich and s pure? Or ( . thin antI libpsure9 Impure f blood com ors tbs skinI. wish cczCma, rashcs, piimoples, puastulos, salt-rhen u, 'uboun. cab cles, and other sors. hcy ts: iuly tell of somthins p. ea i the blood itself. 0 itmosoi, t ubes. powders and cosmncties w ill not rI-c tho evil. You must take o itall iu puriti s from etho sm ? cohol AYER'S There are many imitation Sarsaparillas Be sure you get "Ayer's." Propared by Dr. J. C. Ayor. & Co., Lovell, Mass., U.S.A 3 aa~ Why Remain DEAF? I AlIi nNhn In:,tTrA-Jh 'Aer, Nadtu l ns EAur illicOi,'. 9IOI- ll SI. , AddIreIsII:I-"EAR hCOPllEl.90llltIt Ilt.S -:s~lll ,nl I, nl lrllln4·\~l 11011 Ih wi .I·II111"111 IIII?, IIIIII?',H ,.1 Itheir e,:l'll I illl(, wl.h lulrlie h·LI1111.U't Autl ] I~jtlltje, o.? sIto ls-.To rl,? T rrllS 'IFR Addresse:--"'EAROSCOPL. " 90 Pitt St.o "S)dne)'. , - . . Ten a."...
Laidley News. THE ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Laidley News. -:o: (From Our Lockyer Correspondent.) THE ROSTER. The names c tlhe folloawing: justices of Ili ieace appear on the roster for ot tred'acc'e sit hie * Curtl-llH?use wsllen i, tluired iext ~n-ek --Messrs. i. i .al, Alex. lunter, .1. 'ielding, WV. Watkins, at. G. Dillitcglon, 11. . a. lake, and I. O'Keefle. EAI1TIIQUAICE DISASTER IN ITALY? lts Worsaip the Mayor (Ald. P. Neil sten') rIoCeived, CaurTing ite week, lie fol IlcRsing teloegran.lmfrom lMr. C. Duohannns (the Mayor ofi Blr.slhcn :--"nAs' hnirmtn central co?lmittee, acting with J?Ilian Consul, Ilg you will open sulscription lit 'aid dfullorers eart?hluake disaster; kitdly take. immediate ection I letter fol lrcing." This (Friday) iorning tAe Mlayor received .hte folloasing lotter from thie Ilhyal Ctonsular Agent tor Italy: 'll~etreintg ti the telergna:t r lltlin? dls aster toliel lundl sent you 'hy ,his Wor ship ,iw elayor of Biriabane, I a'shl to say. tIht I should e osliged LI you saould kiiedly ansist in ;the' ...
Chinese Stowaways. RETURN TO HONGKONG. NINE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. Sydney, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Chinese Stowaways. --: a :- Ill"'I 1NTl TI'( 1Ifl"I Ii)NI . NINE lIONTi'iISl 11I?Itls?N?NMEN'?. (By Telegraph from Oar Carrespllndetnt.) ,,l llr , ,lllllallary 15. I Irit: nir 1 I ,, l ,,', T',,c ' i',l " il l l my semsthn whn te i 'ticc' 1'Thc l ri ii'i'L? ci h i '?l ll i lc l lLc i f' .'c il l ira?li fI·lrw· 1ays'· ago'1 11110 klll·lowwayijs dliscove-( li" cl S ill'' c r' cllsllld in cl?ir a itlio cilllll. M'i ,c?l , ccc'nill II h III'1 a i , iccicilli'l f l lll c u cl iiill .lt . . ... . . .. to .. . . . e . . ,
Local Option Meeting At BOOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
Local Option Mleeting I At IOOVAL. A well-attended an'd rcepresentative meeting of residents of dooval and the surrounding centues was (-rites a co respondcitl held in the. Booval Con rczefational C:hurch, on the 13th in stao,. to discuss the question of tak ing, a poll in No- 3 division of IHun danba in reference to the licensing question. Mr. ,Hewlett Insidel., and aftery he hlymn "Throw ouLt thie i]Afe Line" had ?ai saung, lhe eneaged in irayir. after which Miss tfiltlda Iiul lace recited very nicely "'The Teetotal Mill." ihe Chairman then briefly an?hlress'd doie meeting, stating that in No, South Wales naild Nesw ealand'a "Niv licencsee" campaign had been enterl., iioin in va?ious cevti'c, which linc vial results. He thought that, on rac count of recent events here, it was a fitting place and now ssas a litting time for the work to be undlertsakn. MIaster S, PMuno fave a r'citation, which was ' t'll rcceised by tie aud ienee. Ir. 'los. Hargreaves (vesindeht . of thie Tenipcranc...
RETIREMENT OF A CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
RIETITEMENT OF A CANDIDAT~ Cr. E. G. Wall announoed at the meeting of the Purga Shire Council on Wednesday last that he would again be a candidate for No. 3 division. We understand from Mr. Wall that cur tain matters have sinoe evdntuated htich will prevert his contesting the n.at. In retiring from the council, he desires to thank all those who so generously supported him in the past.
SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
SAINATION ARMY' MISSION. The above nrssion is still being conducted t' the Army Hall. On Wed nesday afternoon Adjutant Lovdlo?? gave a Bible-reading at the ladies'. .uekly prayer-meeting; On Wedisday night he delivered an impressive ad iress on "Excuses;" on Tliursdy hi Fgave an earnest address on "The Prodigal San ;" and, last night, he delivered another address. This evehlin he will take part ei an open-air ,ieýt Ag, at the intersection of Bridsae Intd Ellennboroigh Streets, and Mill conduct to-morrow's services, ihicl wil\ conclude tie nissio.n. Your Doctor's Prescriptlon will ractv (alithul attention at Leoddn Pharmacy. 14t., C bemist. Ipswich. . -.
BUNDANBA ELECTORATE LIBERAL PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
BUNDANBA ELECTORATE IABI31RAP PROGREFSSIVE ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting of the above associa&tion (writes our. orvrespoold~t) was held last Thursday even in, in the ]LU.I.O.O.F . 1, Mr. J•ohn Perrett. presiding. The. nttendance was not so large aernt the previous meetings. The tilsinesi was the receiving dIl the report. ni.the deputation who were appo~intad to:wai't on the Commissioner for .PoiR.e ele tive to the stationing of a polieensit in the Bundanba township. The.deo- tation reported having been apursrd4 ly received by the Com?nissEloner, who promised that the matter ejduld aective his. ottentioni The report of the. de. deputation was, on the motion 6t AirN.' H. J. Pocock, secoided by II II. George, . received. After .a 300 doal of discussion, it was deeidi." to interview the Parliamentary inember for the district with rdeference to isle ing the Commissioner fdr Railways to do something towards having a O"t wav made under the. ailway at Bun dauna. A resolution was ...
CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909
CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. In connection with the annual .ec tion of aldermen, an adiertiseincntPA4 ,eanr in another column, annZuntiiigk liat the retiring aldermen are :--Ent Ward, Aid. . M. Bowers;. West, Ward, Ald. F. W, Johnson; and NortHt Ward, Aid. Jas. Cooper. Norinatiow. of candidates • to fill the vacant posi tions must(lte lodged with the returnlng officer (the Mayor, .iiAetenamt-Colocel W. T- Deacon, C.B.) .:efore 4 p.m. -xon Wlcnesday, the 27tl instant. Through the 'medium' of an adv6rtiseriant ?i4: pearing else'iiacre' in this issue,. Ad. Janes- Coopei istiinates .his intention to scek 'e-election. Cribl and' Ifoote for Seedsl C' O m~d roots (or Seeds-Farm, Flower, e? VeeMtale: Bend toi' Ctalogu.f S