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Queensland News. Toowoomba, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Queensland News. (By Telegraph trom Our Correspopdents.) Toowoonlia, Josnua.. 1L A boxing contest betw*vn .Snoity Sturgeon and Paddy Lynch, both. :of Sydney, took' place to-nigt .hfore ai' fair attendance. Thi fight ls.ted for six rourds, when iturgeaon kaue??ft Lynch out. Fruit Season. Speciul ime IAzhtuing ITar.s, al siJs, Jset. landed irow Aetuelca. heo lunt Irultthl tIhese Jars. Cdbb'lpnd MOM
V.R.C. Races. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
V.R.C. Races. (fly Tel-l"granf (Ilomn (lur ('4?Tcpowled o") iTlh mnnir. ..itttnary 1. '1"i Non \ear n ay Liv in ng of O'e ,iolnoin alncing ('lub w'ains i,3,lnl ot ni iigito1ni, tr.dlny. in 'l.riniu. mi 'athnl r. 'The n il t , l uni c' , w }hi l' ;nt lu g ., stn i lu:'. 1 : l th , fiorno'r-G?r- n Iral nif ? ldy ]inl| y. Trh' rrtsullx w."re : Non Yiear'n Hurdle ]fae. ln: I l ?ov lo ......... .......... ... . .... 1 'l?i 'Wi?t?iuiwn r n . .................. ..... ] 'lipe "....... ......... .. .... '.... 3 Won 1(y five Jofigths. Tinu, 3'J1,. TtanaJly "..a..:.i..:.I. .:. ..:.! . 1 41~ri .. .:21.:1..........:..!..: '.'. JaItl 2 }' 2 T~m.lcap.x:, .Ot ..:. ...... .:.4.... . *.: I \122cn,2 ot BO *
Tattersall's Races. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Tattersall's .Races. (By Telegraph fromn Oar Correspon0den.) Sydney, .0mainry 1. Tn.te?aiall's lneid'g ivan concluded at. Ranldick. to-day. 'in fine antd cool Iea. lher. T'er+i was a ']arge andleifdlcý.' Tihe resulins we :-re Sern . flindlles. "Iu,,?Ushi7yR ......'.. :..'...:...'....... ...-.'......-." .2 ) ua islum k .........:.............. .... 2 Consuln e . .. ...: . -. , ..:.. Blti.ng: 3 fi. n a 1 an f nnr Won by :l0 itangl"s. Piane, 4.52i. Elyuing litlier. l gl ite e ... .............:.....,' ' Bllackmlork .. . ....:....:..x. 2 Specimnent .. The wianinr -eal oua 01. o g and won 'by a head, in 1.30'. New Sear a Gift. RHone a 1101 ...l........i. :s. " .- .. L nis a ......... ..: . ..... ... ... .:..:...... Niain oitters ctatpeteri. 'HnttJing 7 4o 2 oil t?ie winner. llWio by a laength. Time, 1.391. 'Taifin'ad'il a flab oup. I' re it)anoon . ..... ..:..A.....1.t.:.:.. w K aran i la ..a......:.:. .:.A.:.: -..... ..&lt;.. 2 onxsul. ....A-A -A-...ý 3 Pin' ttrller alntar 'rere...
Q.T.C. Races. SECOND SUMMER MEETING. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
L OT-^. , . R s--- -- -- r : IQ.T.C. Races. " " . fl ?ND '1M,31'I M .1x'T.XC. (lly 'T'ltifrg3pli frmn\ Our Corrosipoulent-) ]hrisbnt?. J?minry 3. The Querlniawl Turf (.l'ibuI I , ' sl iur" 'i?,ting %,va rnuhludhI nI As?co u - dayi . 'I 'll a, ,tusl.q fi??e uit very h . ThIr i-, as l i good alhrlll ance. Ap Ilded :,I the ro ults,: .L..~. I lily llk~,.iir d.~ 1 In ~ I1~flL by ,Ii-~-li~i~g4la. Ti'~~ 1.li:. Jli'4 nib. £3 Tn ~nnI Mn. II Nynian .,. 1 SntiMnn .1 Six .nl.lnŽrn ci.,.ijnilnd. Wimi.~ .1 ('n ~1. on. IV.>u: by In4liniwl n* linfif. Tiqin,. 2.272. Ibxidenln. £1 I2n nnnl £1 Os. i¶iilnnnnno, If I~Cny. (fiji,. leaf i a a... I. Fi1pfln sny a . - Thlnnd,.n'bnna '.i.....i.a a 'The rtiherM start.ers. ?,?re-tlegilff, IT tua. tlonaiioIT, llovihtlts, and ,3tee. lisotti )g7: to 1 lele.iT. hi i h1 Io,?s tells. digliieway, as] Motor, 7 to 1 Ohto Leaot, itt Ia 15 Is 1 the r btsers. O1lie Iraf h:l ,4ou igiuit, anld wOl 3by a 1esgt.h. with 4ishf-a-eaaih It ieetkaes lthe sensd cnd thra? l larse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Your folortu's Prescription will receive redtliful attention at London Pharmacy. Ltd., Chuvaints, lpnnclnh," 67 IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN. T"'O QUEESLAN TINEIS" has a MIORlE THTAN NINE T1IMES pubi~shedu In the H',",: oreton District. It In thecrefore undoubntedIly TOE BEST ADVELRTISING MEDIUM. "QUEENSL CASH ADVERTISE1IMENT PRTCJ If must be distinctly uindesatood that the Pricea quoted `below doNOT spplyOiD ( Stisemerit, 'elating to Socii?'Eventeo Mieetings. Sport, ,ps. etz e'. Adv.rtinement. are charged for, as previonuly, at Ordinary Seae ateu aml inch and 2s each eueceeding'inch. . . . Once. Twise. Three ;ix Insertiobe. Insertion:. B 8Ioe . I6 words ... loOd ... 'i ad ... 2 0d4 . 3ed a' 24 words a.. I d s 34 ... 3s ed ... l Asd .o.d 82 o as .. 2s d . Sa. . ... ,.0 . . . ., a, . . . 4 words ... 2s.6 6 .. SnO ... Od ' 1 ... .t ... 48 words ... 3sod .. 4s6 ... 6,0d .: 9e 0d.. ? PREPAID Advertisements at. the ahove rates will be accepted, 'tp appear in - ti ei sne, under the following...
The Prize Fight. OPINIONS OF THE CLERGY. BULL-FIGHTING AND MAN-FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
The Prize Fight. OPINITONS OF- THE CLERGY. BUTLL-FIGHTTIG AND MAN-FIGHT ING. The Bathurset correspondent of the Syleicy '!lily Telegraph," referring to the keent Johnson-Burns fight, sa3 s : . ' he local clergy are unanimous li thi'ir condemnation of the.Burns-John. son fight and similar contests. . "I think they are positively brutal," sai.:l Rev4 1. O'Reillh, president ,of St, Stasislaus Roman Catholic Col. loo, "I thinkl," ihe proceeded, '"that in the interests of sport the Govern. mesnt should step in and stop ex hibition's of this kind. I believe a great many Britiehers hold up their hands in the highest horror at bull fighting in Spain, but the great ex cesses commiitted in Spain are. ,iaoth ing in comparison 'to those to be found ii man-fighting in Australia. For that reason I believe we are the most hypocritical people in the world, ani before lecturing foreigners we hidd hbetter put our own hiouse in order." J)r. "Marriott, Anglican DPan of Bat hurst, said that conducted as...
S.A.J.C. Races. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Adelaide, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
S.A J.C. Races. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Adelaide, .T?auary 1. (qtlaŽ Sou4i .Aui-traliaT JTockey Club mreling woo hehi', t-doay, in live woo thi'. Itulte we', : ' ?l4etr I:ohidieap. Si..lds F. ................... . 17 111 - "1rnt ........L. ..... ........... ... 2 H-iM'He 'Bur.i . I'utdifivio ...!.: o an keo i ?.................. ........ 3 New Veer' Gift. Metal Queenll i..... ...L.......:... . :Step Out t............ . :... . 2 8310n ...t. .3 St. ooel?vd's iluolicop. Guoitawa g ................. .. ....... 1 Allatilla -... . .. 2 (G old li ......:.............. .. i3 *u ]nI jors ?lot -are. Sea S ll ... ................ ... .. Sulltier ""... .... ...:. 2 Memento ias (tLe first pant the jiost. but on a pro-est the rare was eam-etded to Sea Siolij. Alrin? Iioelndicap. Son ofO.'-----,.1 Orry a.. ,,.... . ....: . a'ed w I ...:....-........ ..... ..
Great Heat Wave. FEARFULLY OPPRESSIVE. WEATHER. HIGH TEMPERATURES RECORDED. A RECORD AT CAMBOOYA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Great Feat Wave. FEARFULLY OPPRESSIVE. WEATHER. HIGH TEMPERATURES RECORDED. A RECORD AT CAMBOGYA. In Ipswich the first day of tie New Year was one of the most oppressive and enervating tEat have I*n -ex perienced in the city for- esue years past.. The heat right up to : sun down and long after was intense, and those who sought relkxatioo or plea sure, hither outdoor d& indoor, sedf fered a cruel disappoientmmyt. The thermometer in Ipewich 'egistered 110 degrees. This is not a record for the city, for on the 2nd January, 1906, the glass indioated 111.9 degrees f of lieat, and . on the .4th of Janary, 1903, a record wase chropieled, 112.2 degrees being registeted on 4hat day.
BRITISH REVENUE. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
BRITI Il REVENUE. London, January 1, The quarterly revenue of the United Kingdom totealled £33,255,725. The iteams teIludl---Customs receipts, £7,636,000; excise, £10,1'70,000; and stamps, £2,060,000.
ARMY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
AtlTl pICNIC. The owmbers anal supportersof the G - [psiirch and Bundanoisa corps of t?.' salvation Army journeyled to Riv-r view yesterday morning. to tal .t part,; in a pilenic at tihat favourite spot Owing to the oppressive beat th u.rual pasti?nes eugaged in at .adi art ings were displensl with, thyr1ue.. nicers for the most part prefeern to;,. rast is whatever shady spot's were to:. Sfound. A numnher of the party, howtaev", indulged "in a s wim in the - ri.fbane itiver, which proved ver"y jnrjoyalle,l while several others took;' part in a shile boating on tie river tuteite ther disadvontage of the beat the pienic?r ma.te tlh:e beust of thu.h oatinse. The picnic took place in the vicinity of th, salvation Army Boys' dM, andl during the day the boye ., visit"l the pintic'rs. A noumber of Av l" cit?s were present, ao g ith all einr Stal- -aptain Smith (M S '.ctal Sicr; tary for Queensland) Mr.. Smith : Adjutant Wing (wh chrges of the Riverview Boys' .n:1 1 t. Wingi : Captains J'er...