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Peace in the Pacific. U.S.A. AND JAPAN COME TO IMPORTANT AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Peace in the Pacific. U S. \. ANt) JAPAN COME TO II PORTANIT AGUREESIeNT. "he text of an undersfanoing between Jason and tile United States is published: The following noees have been exchauged between Mr. bK oi. Anmericn Seeretar . of Saete. and Baron Thkahira. tile Japanese ambasssdor: \Washington. 30th November. Sir,-The exchant.e *f views Ibstween uos which has rtaken p'ae at thile several ineer. views which I have ?eceatly ha I the huoeor of holding wit's you has 'hown' that, Japsu asnd the Un-ted States of Americla, holldisg imporlatlt outlyng inson'ar posnessona its the region of the Pacifia O ean, the Grvern menls of thle two countries are aniaiatesd by a common aio, po:icy and i tention in that region. Believing tlht a frank avowal of ths.t aim, policy, and intention'woonlit not o:nly tenid to soreglshen ho relotiots offri'~ud ship and good neilghsourhood which have isusemorsally existed between Japan anl the United States, but would materially contribute to the proeervntis...
CLAIRVOYANCE UNDER GAS. MAYBE DISTANT MOTHER'S CRY SAVED DROWNING BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
CLAIRVOYANCE UNDER CGAS. 1 \Y \ I.l: I I .'1.\N N I' Tit ? l']1.l":" Li'Y S .\i5 :11 Dl01 NJ.\G Ujilt. "1 dl?n't I;liw tletie'r you'll call it 1']tlllut 'y or c li'votany ll," '. t fire t. tcr l, ''bit I ol tiTell 1i0ti it q story of .ti cond i ight ir'oll Ii ow\n tx elrii'I lce. JIt is a I.tllc outl s itti Il'stO'y, ia ?tory ll theil WOki o" tli' Hst I'icttins?io I p alie1se of its1 icll' or C.-otl. sr lhitileVer you Call II, h wleL tell cosciousllc, orve.daY ilrL] is lput oatL of hsinsitcss. '"The ttjlllctt. was a \\tlittanl. I stlt?tlise ii lhe ettrly thirih.t . Shli has; two 1 t"ihr t' thiihlt 1. iitltttlding t yllctng t'tt of 2' or t'le'rou'alltt Is n el h?us in h11 statory, ht.o I n ve ]|\ ll,]' I 1'1, 0 ]jll ntil la.?t S?tint Iltlle, s tith slel c?h llie itsn t *tieii. H\ itl' lthe' orditariy tase of ijfel?lg cgtelct I" .I • (e'o t , '.. thai.. th prec, w a,'o - iliiig to (i o bIlt p1I.ll onie lrematt ll hlit reli? e hir" agony tutd ito tlhe tst I nolld Io save slttt otit the...
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Railway Time-Table. -: o: o - Trains will run in acirdnmce with the following time-table:- BtlSBANE-IPS WICII IINE.' Tea.ve Arrive II.ave Arrive Ipowich. Brisbane. Bcishbane. Ipswich. a.m. ala.. au. a m. 7.0 8.14 0.35 7.45 7.50 8.5ss 7.15 8 25 9.25 10.53 tt7.50 8.38 11 u.4 10.5 11.25 11.1 12.23 , pa. p.m. p.m. 1230 1.45 '12.5: 2.9 2.30 3.45 11.0 ? 2.2 2.55 3.53 '2.2 i 3.3 4.40 5.49 t1.50 4.5 *.5,20 6i.25 4.1. 5.29 406, 7.5. 5.5 6. 2 6.L5 730 6.20 7.00 8.0 0.15 f.8.15 9.5 10.30 31.45 8.23 1.35 a.m. 9.5 10.5 11.10o 1325 10.0 11.14 'Except Saturday. tS?aturday only. .Usydney Mail Train. SUNDAYS O.LY. Leaveo Arrive Leave Arrive Ipswich lrisbanr. Brisbane. Ipswich. a.m. a am. a.rm. a.m. 7.35 8 .55 0.50 ..0 9.20 10:10 tff.50 8.35 9.10 10.30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 12.55 2.15 2.45 4.5 7.45 9.5 f15.35 7.0 tt8.253 9.15 0.5 7.28 9.12 10.20 9.15 10.53 t tSydney Mail Train. 7tToowoomba goods train with passenger cari-ages attaohed. Fares.--pswirshL to Brishane--Return First-class, 6s; "econd-class,...
Swimming. INTER-STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. SUCCESS OF HEALY AND BEA[?]REPAIRE. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Swimming. I NTEII-STAT1 C LI1?1A PIONSHI PS. S CC:ESS OF lIOALY AND (tEA,,E P,\]litE,. ("ly Telegrelph fr('u Our Corrzspou:lIc:t.) Sy'tI ',. J. nlu r'ry lIt. The itllr-Stllte .il nnill; thel ioi lli( l uNt.' umc:'tt woo oulue:ocutc inth ic~ly t...ahs to(ht,. 'hI ot'oitoc r?l. -' 1N. Apo~lv)llk'l alre+ iti+ r,. Il]ts of thi (We' Chrin]ll in.'.;;J/ mel,+,) whi ',b w+*,r' &lt;Z: ci~l·l : ],:t Yct.wis (khampionship.-Cectl T:-aly tNew South 1ales), I; ]lar;vljck :NX.r South cltcs?), 2; i .ickhuo (New St'in t.uttc), 1;. (h.ttthc.st (iQuc tl:uri',). 4; MIs..It (V'i,:ricei), I. Wou (tl y .ou •:wrr:!s. lni te ,I seL'C. Iltf - ( il h onship..--ouropuire t'irt itritti, 1; Il 'tit'wick (Ne.t Sottlit i(o4t). 2; ??os(t (Victoi't), :t; " r' .z lt -iQuis.on:l)j -. titio Ac 40 yues. ',jttte, 11,' 2?i/k.
SYDNEY MAIL TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
SYDNEY MAIL TRAIN. Passengers for the Sydney Mail Train from stations between Brisbane and Ips wich must travel by the 7.15 am..Train from Urisbane and join the rjydaey Train at Ipsvichs, and passengers from station" bet ren Ipswich and ionwoomba must travel by the 51.35 am. Train from'liris bane, and tranship at Toowoomba. A car ridge has seen put oq for acaJmn datmon of Ipswich passeungers. T'OOWOOIBIA LINE. Lesa-e Arrive Lensse 4rive TIpwich. Too'mba. Too'mba. I2 slob. am, a.m. sam. .o. 750 11.25 7.20 .1.9 ±85 11.40 p.m. .m. tf8.43 11.55 1 5 1.0 pm. p.m. 1t*.5 8.10 3.58 8.15 rft I I 8.20 56.0. 10.30 5.20 9.1 17.10 11.1, o: 9.7 ttSydney Mail. Sunday only Ixacept Saturday. fdsturday only. tr?tunday only, On Sundays, at 5.15 pm, a goads train, with passenger carriages attached, leave: for 'toowoomba. This train leaves Ipswich at 7.15 p.m, and resches 'toowoombs atl 12 15 o'clsak (miduight). FaSIFERN LINE. L.ve Arrive Leave Pr.ive Ipsich. Ungandan Ingand Ipdsich. a.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. ...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Town Talk. Tnhit ihi nllal lIocal gove:rnmnllt -1Ltisons a now u(otl|n u. Tlhat thler a12 to he pIolle in th llundanha, lra.s?eli, Tarampa, an. Goolman Shire:s. That, i? Ill:lllr jis to ;le r'lited up on, the candlidat es in those hir?e puirtose nthking the eInt Pis k.htn Thai, in the c(i, there is uue5 Speeulatiotn respecting thei municilll tlections. That, in the W\est Wcr: aetive st,,ps have nlrl'ealy iej al taken to onlms.. tIhe retiring 'nl:J;,rman. That, in ecrtian . ual rt?r.-, it is sta tod that there will al.'o be coaLsts inl theo oth two wards. Tihat there is a goo:d tial of justili eation for thie complaints mnnde at tIh Cnhambr of Commerce notiblgs regarding, the tel:l-hunic delays ill Ipswich. That if the appoii:nsnten of a senior atate,:laant twoutl ia,:rd:ly ths troutle -urely the fluthriti', o.fnght to .e thte uech an lal lifi pis :luint. 5 w(it olt dslay. That Fisher, itte Fo:wtl Primone 3in ister, .ipakineae ot ithe hl : icon t'-d r-i a tioi him, a tcw days agi, ,b...
FARM AND FIELD. Proposed Meat Inspection in America. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
...7 PrrnoseCF Meat Imlpaecttes * s i America. ' Som? a daUs'-ago a cable frbbtn Adoa stated that, with a view of securing a -perfect system of meat packing, a veter inary.-collee was .being established at Illinois. It now appears that plans have been prepared for the construction, under the auspices of the University of Illinols. of the most complete veterinary college In the world. Its purpose will mainly be to provide competent inspectors for ithe ChIcago. st?of'yyrds anq oqther grest 'abattoirs of the country. The meat.,pck. ers have offered L50,000 to Dr Edmund J. :James,.president bf the Universitfy o Illinois, for the construction of the col lege buildings, and a ninety-nine years lease of land, which will be of sufficient area to provide for "the growth of th6 school during the next hundred years at clast. Dr James has been requestedaby, the packers to obtain the best veterin ary faculty in the world; and to scour Grcat Britain and the pontinent in ga thering the teachers.
Suffragist Rat-Hunt. WILD SCENES AT MAIDENHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Suffragist Rat-Hunt. WILl). SCENES AT hAIDENIIEAD Violent slisrdcr prev\'ailed Inst Iight (says tl.e .nllndon "'era'ph" l of Decem her .), within the Town liaol, -hleiden iPeod, theJre th.e Ililitit s?eret.hI of :the 1ltomen t uffraul tis. I;treaded hby l-iths i:: Lton, the aldy twho Iandlod 4he do: n-p t he Alit-rh unit got'itleig, en deavouretn: to hold a in?etnLg. No .oon er had hMi'r. .MLss-y, of eolln-All,:. llho nc clteird the chair, onnitedo do, st:a',h than hlr 'oice was drom~ns .1 i horl? cf *dnr~sen net on n-ned itein leotd. tlis- Otigstnoen rising nly in.Cni eet l d tho panedonntllin. Bells. larpe nd1 small, were rung, trtnl:xets need meouth-orgens bho·w1n, 'dog--Wllips -ra;hel. anld nas with sle tenlllotrial voicre the whole nadiele noar "Put2 me eeteFn th1e G.irls.'" Alttounlh chn?r?_s of ltd and is hatd ecen mane flr aedminssion, i was evi dent that the mneeting wan cntir?ely ;:11 the hands oe the oplt:sition. wl.C/rh up pemroe to te led .iy hwo Ja,?d:s ld ? locanl tre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
The Famous Remedy for Coughs, Bronohitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma & Consumntion. Those who have taken this medjcine nre anmzed ni iis splittdi, ,ealini. po1wer FPufferer, froms Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Astimia, Difficulty-of ] seathing, Boarsences, Phin or orlelner- ii the Clhet., , xpr ience cdliiht.ful :and r.pid relief: and to those who are subiject to Cohs on the Chest it is inva:luale, as it eft'ecels :a, cmlete cume. it is nlcr, ,i.ifnor ing in alla4ying trrit.:uon in the Throat and givilug Strength to the Voicei and it ntither allows Ia rush nori Asthl rma to I?ei.cme Ichroli, ,or Consumptnion to develop. Consumption is not known whee "Cough's" barve, on tlheir first apprarancc, beeni properly t, oted wihl this medicine. No hcue slould bl e without it, a, talken at the beginning, a' dose or two is generally sulticient, and a complete cure is ertain.. Small Size, 2/6; Large Size, 4/6. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, and hv the Proprietor, W. 6. HEARNE, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Busli. A Lnnounosmnt. QUALITY WILL TELL. TURKISH COFFEE. IS UNDENIABLY IlHE BEST YOUR GROCER DOESN'T KEEP IT, 1IE SELLS IT, R. W. THURLOW & Co., Ltd., Brisbane, Agents 80 For the Voice ! Lungs ! Throat I ! Hudson's "Eumenthol Jujubes." T~BEbreat ntiseptionnd Prophy tactio. Sulted for old and young, tn sickn9s ad n health. For : Cougbs.. Colds, Sore Thrnats, i Bi nit? nflneaL, and th~e Preven. ti on of Q osnmption. h e ·'ianeet" e a~:-Proved to be u ?t~LUa (zC6rlidd·Uy· as h elr~t:" T"e Pnotldaoee: ·:Umfol in Teonelit P ,hetl leitenticida eac.enot" ". Th eneaIhlae Medical GaOette":" Of lrcat r~oe il affections of the vuoi? ant See also the February numberof the "Medims 1 * j Revieca" and the " Medical Prees and Circnlhr" or ,nlike Cough Medicines, " Eumenthol Jujubes" . do not interfere with the digestion. On the con. trary, they have a beneficial effect, as their antisep - "tiropertl e prevent abnorma. fermentation of the . 3 HUdoso's "'Eumenthbl Jnjebse"* are eold by • Ohem...
Andree's Grave. A LABRADOR MYSTERY. CAPTAIN'S STRANGE STORY. St. John's (Newfoundland), Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Andree's Grave. A LAIltAADOR, 31YSTEIRY. CAPT:AIN'S STRANGE SlTORY. SC'. Johnul's (Nesfoundland),, ?,v. 16. A reinarkl'hbl story ihas just Coeio to light respectling a mysterious gr?w' ont Northern Ltbrudor, which is suplpos,.! to bIe tUhat of Andrcee, the Polar ex plorer, who leIt ])ane's slanld, Spitz]ergen, oa June 11, 1897, hi a balloon, in quest of thie North Polo, with two comintionls, Stri-il?r1-~ and l Friaeinal, alt fron -none! of whom. howenyr, has aiything sinoe ieer heard, though, at various times, o:l in different Northern load's, tfle-u h]av Ihen rumours current as to ithe dis covery of relies of-the unfortunat aloinauis. Thie ipresent story originatod romi a letter written at uIndian Harbour, ]a I:rador, on Sl?ptemler 3t of this yar, by 'Chlptois Storm, of th.i D)alist schooner rigao, .thel loading ih there,. to his family at Copenhaign, in whiek ihe staotd thaut hle hu.d just lIansr l from a cinversationi with Captain Cioalker, of the XNewioundland -trawler Plolis '(...
"Deeds Not Words!" SUFFRAGETTES AT ALBERT HALL, LLOYD GEORGE'S WEARY TIME. CHAINS AND DOG WHIPS. Perth, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
'" Deeds Note Words !"' SUFFRACETTES LT. ALBERT 'U 1.A , LLOYD-GEORGE'S WEAtRY TIIE:. CHAINS ANI) DOG WHIPS. Perth, January 5. News by the English mail, which a-rriked to-day, shows that the riont which signalised the first appearance of the Ihritihi Cabinet liniste:r on the woman's sdtffrage pilatforn. at the At bheft' Hall, on Decdmber 5, far trans cended.in .senationalism the late suf frage demonstration at the House of Comnions.' 'Chlhins and doig-nips were in evidence. Scores oe women were forcibly ejected after being torn from the seats to which they had chained theniselves. Banners wa'e dis .played,, fouglst for, and torn, and 350 stiewrads whose osiprs were to dfeiind and protect 'all t\oith courteSy, amnl never to- use physical violence with the women, failed uttbrly either to olpservce the orders ot preserve ordcr in the audience of 10,000. legaphonqs, andl quarrels, faints, and flee fights, aboun ded. The' Thbndon "Daily Telegraph" gives the" following account :-Hundreds ...
The Weather. BENEFICIAL RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
The Weather. ---- ; o : ]HENEFICIAI, RAIN. Tie welcomn., changes i s ahatilhd cen ditions lhas occasionid s nuch r Lejofitilci fIrrouighout thle West 3ol.esoi dis tdict. At thie end of last week mint ters had asslllrced a very serious us fect in all the rural ,ntrise. Ths lhot drying winds in the early part of the month, following oni severail sweeks of dry weathcer, had iiparched the her lease, and fodder was Iecoming a scarce commodit:y. Thle outlool, there fire, ?ins anytlsing lut lri,.hnt, wsihi dry wcufthier conlinl. Happily a much-alppreciated clmange lues coine over the scenem during thie last two days, anid dairymen and agriculturists rnow look to ,the future with mlolmi hope. For a day or two, pireesdin?g Saturday, cloudy conditions prevailed, but, as no rain fell, there were those who began to entertain fares that thI:e misch-nnreefec showers would not fall. On Saturday, however, a light driz zling rain fell at intervals, aind in tile evening a steady soaking doweipoer set...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
25 YEARS' Experience Trus Maklng.-G. A. BUNZLI, Clo Zoollser', 240 Queen Etreet, Brisbane. AfIlER'lTsE I ADVETISrTsI ! Tro lusinscs IMe"n I Do you wish to in cr.o thle volumo of youlr Iusinoss ? If no. advertiso in the "Olluonsind TJmr.'." It. it u?nu ?butlly the nest AdvertAsnl g Modlillm it tilho WRt ~horeton Distriot. Quotations for spac g4ven on appllca tion.
Federal Topics. ELECTORAL SYSTEMS. CORDITE FACTORY. PAPUAN ACCOUNTS. COST OF DEFENCE. Melbourne, January 16. ELECTORAL SYSTEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Federal Topics, ELECTOIRAL SYSTEIS. -. CORDITE FACIfORY. PAPUAN ACCOUNTS. LOST OF " DIEFENC'. (By Telegraph from Our Corsesipondent.) Melbourne, January 16. EL ECTORAL SYSTEMS: ?Thm reports .ey*the Chiet Zedenl ElNc toial Oicer, whsl ich the Minisiter for Home Affairs (IHoi. H. ahoau) hals for aiarldod t the State Fran-icr (Hlon. J. Turrm y shows howv Vetoeid could save £10,000 a year and the Comlmonwealth £250U a year by the adoption of a uni forni electoral system. AIRGENTINE AND STOOK. The Minister for Exmernal Affirs (Hon. E. L. Bietceio ') has received at?able stLa tlng that the Argoetile l~eluoict is pre jipred to withdraw lthe proldbitbion on importation of Australian catle into that .country. on coisdition thnt the *b velerment eolares tha. rhiderpsl never existed, tlac foot and mouth disease and conttin?gsl ple ieo-pneumuoii. or any notle efisootic disease has not occurred in Australia duripg six months precvlous to 'declaretion thnati al stock exporbad is inspectd oinid ce...
Broken Hill Trouble. MORE EXPLOSIONS. Broken Hill, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Broken Hill Trouble. - :.:--: -MORE E~XPLOSIONS. 1y Tel'egraph from Our Correspondent.) 13roken Hill, January 17. ExDlosions. ore. becoming of such fi?isuent occurrcene 'here that people -ore begininng to think they are livinz in an actire centre of amnarchsim. A Lew minute? aftui 1s e'cloctl la..t night another of these dastardly out rages was perpetrateod, resulting, es iusual, ill the wanton destruction of property. The sould of thi slxplosion seemed to come from the very heart of the tows, and for mome time grave fears were entertainad thalt an o t rage of a ??nst serious nature had Lbeen pot-petrated. Investigation bY the police showud &lt;that the. explosion had talkqn place in 'the yard of the Balrrier Ice Company, and that one of the ice waggons ho d !een lilown to liieces. hive.horses -were stabled in open stalls in clodse proximity, anld all .o[ them iere struck by flyipgrraigments of the cart, nonealeing seriously injured. A q? -gallon iron tank standing, ih'the v...
Stock Department. OFFICERS APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Stock Department. OFFICERIS APPOINTED. TIt following appl'ointmn nts of ofih cars for the Stock l).partmenot have been upproved? :- Auriol na-kecr Arthur Geor.-e Beck Georg'e Stapus IBoullon •laws ],nn?hly Bowman3 SItIepn Wlloleot ulRot ]24 teu'd Sit?n?y C-ai,.ltl, jun. ]leginlni On rr--Boyd Freiderick G(;lnnie Colliuns ]lhelrAtl Guy Iutton Alf,-il Anestralia .lIart Allhrt I.lvr-, ])n:lf mntt I orleph1orson Jamr.? ], nry 3N'(brtth lilliamlt Ilonlas (ltto lOn l 31Neil Johln Paton Il'onetroo uruequhlnr Sht1:1i. hInlns .lw\\':i Smith Jleti:,miln IF'rtucis UIrly Wool, ctlnd Fredl.rick John? Young to llr ilesl?ctors ultlitr an:l for (tIh Il)rposes of the Slaunhteritg Act of isIS. .). P. M:honei'y. Aeting-Clcrk of Petty 3 esOions at Inllewoo:l, 1ins alsn nweII alpouijne mt nIOt'Jtl'-in?lg'ector of Con?etllle 1F. A. Tueoley Iln lou-es at Thursda?y 1sland.
Rosehill Races. Sydney, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Rosehill Races. Sydney, January 16. The Rodlo ill races were held to-diy. 'I ih rcsults were as follow : JIIoaniar Stalike, six flurlolns. l.-.i ly lov:lien, 7.2 (Pikel, 1: 'lultin:- S.J (I]o;iwiio.J), 7; iarley Water, & .12 (Ta.llo), ;:. Sevn othls stLrt:t. l1titting : 2 .o 1 v. ]hllrct, 7 to I Lady IIoy:yen. Won b'y a lIentll nld ai ha!f. T''iic, l.IL. ;raniMll, Stl!ies int ine il'.-3l~ile, .() (I .atonoil, I ; Hiorro.l?ks, 7.12 (Pike), 2 ;: insl?s, 7.12 ISullivan), 3. '"ihreP were fi;e o -.l2r starIter. [let Iitihg: Evell iloney v. ,3lirlee. von lya n : i )). ''ii, ].4L5. _ Nursery lanilieap, tiero urlasop. Mnlltha. 7.0 (Smlitll, 1: 31Uss .1illa, (i.10 (L.ihftoot), 2 : Kurinrai, S.5, ('t'homas.), 3. eveln others ral. r': tli, : 5 to 2 v. lKui'rilgai, 5 to I MTal thn. W on hv a h:iad. Time?, 1.2. ]Flying Welter Thiidicap, six fnr lon s.--firh'irrove, 8.12 (Itoo ), I Delleoltte, 10.7 (Pardcn). 2: Friend; 9.12 (Whit.hall), 3. Sixten starte:l. Rtttinc : 4 to 1 v. Doculletie, ...
Our Esk Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Our Esk Letter. (From Our Own Correspoundot.) |Turing thk past 'week Ifr iweatlher h::u •een beautiiuliy cool, Iut i:ry, al?d rain pn;Iratly lieedod. Ihe liot dry easther during Clristuns week scorched evnry ing u?? . ''o-aoy (,'ridayr ) tlre sk'y ic tveirnast, and ligdit showers fll in tkhe onniol7, but u o t tdinuld for ?dy a few J'IlMilJil JTIRAFIFJC. Owing to tile ,iry .siate of the country bIlia\(, I?· e ?i iihlr lii?olowh t(lttnabsence :of Sek , mlony of ilke teunlstels wi ho were hlulillg fnnroii 31 oor"?io- d tlih1e lllck boil i Urnuiuleom ce: hauling (lout the mills ini liea wiglloleLurhcts. of Mountl. hI?ei:loine. CO-rlsl nen-l y nit IllllI llplII:lll tily if sawn tim~nier ins leaing l.sk dtnily "or tIhn nmetropolis. ESI- i'. A. ANDI) T. ASiOCIATION. Oo ttediiosdiy e1'niog tilcl' n202.11Itar&lt; t1h, alolaoilO o.olcintion 1202 t 12 n thi, sec0'o0 t11.ry-l (IO?lo, otwhto tho? TroVisiOll of the 1schdu was 5o int-1o. It 'ats driodef, ,2win±g to tho jdillilily ii. otta...
Our Southport Letter. CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Our Southport Letter. ('om a Oar Ow Ca>r e-p: n-lt.en CURItC'H ShtIItVCES. Last Sunday the -.eVr. -. .. CGnr lne!d scr'aanaag'da iisa Itll.dt, s'l officiat'.d in St. Peter's Churoh r,'; aIvi,.e at a Re'. -. 'Pnale, -Sthe lcanl irnautal-tt lank 1t1) snrsices in IHoly Trly ('llrlh,. Wool lsongltudJ. The 1Rev. '. I-. ltlo?e, of Bris bane, cnd?r?ltlteal the services a-t he. loaal Mtethodist ('lhurerh ?I: Sunlaay Jnal; 'l)icnl was th~ ccasion tof I:.· lirst ualnive sary oa the ser\ice e?l ie l t sltelcnew build ilg.A losIgrR slatl.ler f Ioplal atten?de?d to hIear ise IonlpuJr lreac')ir. ''he rev. gentLeman taytd i? n Soutlqaort 7or a flew das, an!d pa'e a very intt'cstinlg mrexes., erstaedl "Old Folks at Home," oi Tucnisy eotnashg. F?JSHTN? O) tl:e lole. las 4:ren v?ery natisfatc el t.hcs the anjority .f aeglers Inve obthaaafti tice t,'s. So?~,gta-as patches Ma tlaek-lrms?d sleiting have -LaE tateaII t(a rNerae?lg Cret. the loeanit"y ear th '"BeanrLos," anh. a place aig'?,der up the l...