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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
26 YEARS' Experience Trus Making.-G. A. BUNZL., Clo Zoeller's, 246 Queen Street, Brisbane. Vicrtoria, n'rittc :-"I:lhatnbcrlilill' Co~lic Cholera. and ]hiarnrhaNtm linal·y is a tit. lof, remndy for ernInisn in tin stontneh, dlarhtnn, and dyseniry. I Dace us~al it am ca n tienoriar nibtes. Int its n tlr in., I anier fail In praise (Ibanhe~r binn" Colic. chnolera and 1)iatrbnont 1 Ii. medy ninne~er on o'pnvfmdntn ;trcnnntt It t"If.' Ifnr snile Ivy Messrs Crlbb nnd lend, Wfntennin mnad Iletnil lercnlnnts, AgeInt. Iis-wich aud uest Mvreton.n (5 Invalid's AIR CUSHIONS, AIR BEDS, WATER BEDS. Retail at Zoeller's, 246ueen soreet, Brisbane. APPENDICITIS TRUSSES.-A great comfort after operation. Retail at Zoeller's, 246 Queen Streer, Brisbane. CUTLERY-: B Ground and Set-G. A Bunz.. Clo Zohiler's, 246 Queen Street, Brlsb ne.':- .
WAGES CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
WAGES C(ASES. Two wages oases, in which Marlie Greenwood appeared as defendant, were set down for -hearing before the Po?tce Magistrate, at the Ipswich Court-House, yesterday morning. The claimutes were Wa?ter Lester and Kyrle lorgpnl, who soutght to recoer Li 19s and £3 £ l e respectively for work end labour per formed as hired servants. Trhe defen dant adtruitld leer 4ndeltclntes, aed c.?n sented ta judgment baing entered. In each case a verdict ws given fr tilhe clah?nent, with 3s Od cost of :'ourt, and it was ordered that the r tlount should be paid withiti TVlhree monhs; in default, to be recovered biy levy and dis tress. Your Doctor's Prescription will receive felthful attention at London Pharmacy, Ltd., Chemists, Ipswicld. 86 Oarpet Shippers, In 9d, 2s 3d, 2s 11d, 3s Cd. Cnovas Shoes. Is Sd, Si 3d. Crtaet & F'ote.* 64
INSPECTION OF LICENSED VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
INSPECTION OF LICENSED VEHICLES. Yeeterday monming ALd. RI. IBatye"(prasi den#of th~ Ipswelh Traffic Boand), Ald. M. Bowere (Ipswich City Counmil), Crm. H. Pmanwuer (,Brassall Shire Counnel), and Riroard Waeson (Blnas)ya Shire Coun-. cil), and the traffi cnspeetor (Mr. H. F. G. Runge) made the annual lIspec iocn of Licensed eh~icles. In the ,n?aoity of cases the cone\yaerces erd anness were found to he ina/good order, al tiouRgh, in a few instances, it wee coee:dered that repairs ~ere needed to either the .ehicles or the harness. In th?se caes t her poprietors of the tirn outs were ordered to effect the requisite renovations. Great _Coliecifon of Vases and Oner mars at CrM~b pnd Footdes. See their Show-Room Display.e
IPSWICH PURPLE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
IPSWICH PURPLE LODGE. The annual meeting of the Ips?wich Purple Lodge was held in Alkm's Rooms, Bell-street, on Saturday night last. Bro. G. W. Allen presidod. The electiou of ofiers for the year result ad as follows :-Bro. T. IDagerfield, Rose of Queensland Lodge, President; Bro. J. G. Holmes, Rose of Queens land Lodge, vice-presidealt; Bro. T. Finnemore, Loyal Unity Lodge, secre tary; Bro. P. Johnson, Loyal Nor man Lodge, treasurer : Bro. H. Gee, Loyal Unity Lodge, tyler. The sere tary submitted his report and halace sheet, which showed a satisfactory state of affairs. The new officers re turned thanks for their election, ofter which the meeting terminated. Two casee Ladlea' coloured Fancy and Black Unbrellas and Sunshades. Speolal from is 6di and Is 11id to 80s each. Cribb and aoote.5 64 COrbb and Foote's Speclal Grocery and ronmnongry Advetseement. on 'page 86
SUMMER NIGHT CONTINENTALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
S113U1MER NIGHT CONTINENTALS. On the North Ipswich reserve to night, Mr. Edward Carroll will pre sent an entire change of programme. The management have taken every cane to select pictures of a first class order, and the chief among this week's series wi1T be :- "Gypsy's War lting," ".tlvs.:' of a alb," "?Iell and Rose," (dramatic), "Professor Bonnar's Pill," "Drawl:ncks of Fame," '"Page Boy and Baby," gnd "The lUnlucky Okl Flirt" (comic). Vocal items will be rendered by Mr. Chester Har+iss. and 'the City Vice-Regal??o&, d will render selections and aplpropri ate music to the pictures. Cribb and Foote lor Sleds 'I Oribb and Foote for Seeds-Farm, Flower, mnd Vegetable. Send for Catalogue.* 64
RESTORED WHEN APPARENTLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
RESTORED WHEN APPARE\N?TLY DROWNLD. A ressage from Wagga under Tues day's date in the Molbourne "Argus" states: A child, aged 3 years, the son of iR. F trus, a labhourer, residin?, in Wasgsa, had a rinmarlkalsle escape from dlah !:y drowaning. He' was on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. ,Sockold. in Travers street, and about midday was missed from the houses. Mrs. Seckold, who knew that the chiidl was itn tlhe Ihlait of s1uiderini about whenever he got the opportunity, went to the river, ab1out i quarter of *a mile distant, where shel saw his hat floating on the water.. rsi. S ekohl screamsl for help, a!l Mrr. W. Carl.ot comining on the srene, disavsortsl the child! lying on the '.ittitam of the ?'iver, in nbolat 5fut of water. On Iseing brought out the chitl was apparently dead, 1,ut thi asssist ansse of s )r. Sitorl.vr havin promptly Iewn secured resttoratives were success fully appltied. Ice waaste, see Advort4nement Page 6.*
"Kangaroos" and England. AN INTERESTING GAME. ENDS IN A DRAW. Perth, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
SKangaroos" and England. AN INTrl'El.TING G(.lNfE. ESDS IN A Dlll.W. Il'r.lh. .t'lnuary 14. '.lia " Kmg'iarnm" l lalyA o gernat test match at Royal Park on lkoeuller 12 aga;lnet ile NorUlhern l.Uion of England, i mWos. exciting g111me IPsultilng ill a draw. Tdir' oillinlllts roll 11full ,n11110 the scores were levtl.. '1Then ileP .Australians ehltaieCli it IP'lloIly goal, au l aWtnost the .lasti kick pl1.ced a gjial to the crod it of thie l.nglishll?n. All goals count iwo antd a try 4hree points. .'PI? AuIs traliolls corsl flive goaals, four tries, and tilre 'llngishl teaill two goals, six t.ries-22 .poirts all. IThe " Sportsuman" thus dcscr?lies tile gaol? :-" It vwats ,he first test match ibtweon a picked Northern Union side andu tile profiessional Australiae team. The Northern Upion were s?ostly pro minent in tile 'openling lperiod. ' shon tho visiting backs fro.luently failed to gathcr ute boll. and were consequecntly kept on the delfMaive, though their collali was always gooa. ...
Local and General News SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Local and General News SWIMMING. At the weekly swim of the Star light's. Swimming Club, held in the municipal baths last night, a 40 yards handicap was decided. The following were the results of the various heats: -First heat : A. Simpson (scratch), I ; J. 'Ilirketit (5see), 2. Second heat, J. Saunders (scratch), I : R. IBattyo (Isee), 2. Thirnf heant: C. Hogaa (lsec), 1 ; M. Ponti (4sec), 2. Fourth heat: J. Williams (lsec),;,1, W. M'Ken zie (lsee), 2. Final :. A Simpson (.Sec), I: C. Hogan (lecc), 2; J. Saunders (scratch), 3: and J. Williams (lses), 4. The oflicials for the evening were starter, Mr. A. Gall , check-starter, Mr. W. Evans ; judges, Messrs. G. Porter, N. Wyman, ansl J, Clowes. Corset Speecials--27 dozen 'histle taped Sumlmer Corsets, usual price is 6l , slearing at is a pair. A bargais. CrLbb and Foote.* 0e ':r Plumps lof all kinds eas Page 3."
Excitement at a Show. RUNAWAY HORSES CAUSE TROUBLE. Dapto, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Excitement at a Show. ]RNAW AY IHOI.SES CA-,USE T'HOU]3LE"], ]lapjo, J.iustiary 14. At the tlolt show r1today, TAl BUirb,, ot'uod .Iy l . C??l.da; , of Allbios ]a'k, wat riiddla by Griffiths over nAda uuubde? jzsud. (rifilds t.ts tithrot'n, stnd h?d his loUg ad. tulod ti3dly lacrauted. An othert jockey, (i. Phillips, mouttted the tors'., trol. afteor oing rousnd once, lost all .I:ontLrlt of t'h untiuall, % w]to ,Iolted across the sing., cle.ari l tlis pickot fmce, stmi dIastlu: ilntl atl .lhugy l.nti pair, own l'Ais'y Mr. A. Crayy, of Kiuan. 'Thioijtrk et? got taIrlat?ottd sIltw"l t'het dtto?hsst, and aft' a fit ,o "tiuttlltes dropap,, St whioIel of thlo ibutggy ipassing \'cer his body. MIr. tray muldth asl eldtavaour to stop tlh s rall tll n' isn doilg so %,rzs en-ll lo?t zttsLi'st ti5 fhuce. t"ro thel's Itorsce hisa ttttlist, asmed ott] dowst its show lgrotrd : aibtld y?'o Ua1Iotr anll, W. i1·· e, lasrl , l? tti ,tust 1 utic attt tlttsttap t.oI ;lpo tht-t, with tllto result SItasl...
Forthcoming Events. TO-DAY—JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Forthcoming Events. -4-- TO-DAY-JANUARty 19, Nominations--Declaration of nomina tions received for the repnesLenuttion of Nos. 1, 2, and 3 divisions of the Esk Shire. "Continental"-Un.der the direction of Mr. Edward Carroll, on the North Ipswich cricket reserve, in the evening. Rehearsal-By lady mem'bers of the Cambrian Choir, in the Oddlellows' )Hall, ot 8 p.m. Meeting-In the Council Chambers, at, 4 p.m., for the purpose of raising funds for the relief of the suffer ers !iy the recent eartblwuake dis aster in Italy.
British Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
British Footbali Associa -tion. A social was held in tfe GU.O.O.F. Hall, Bundanlba, on Saturday evening • last, under the aus pices of the Ipswich and bhst Mloreton British Football Assgeia tion. Owing to theo threatening state of the weather,. thbre was not sa large an attendance as ewas cx pectled,: still, the hall was conilortably' filled.. Dancing' was the chief amuse meat, Mr. H. Gallaghan, of Ipswich, presiding at the piano in his usual capable style, .whilst. Mr. G: Liver .more acted as - Inastde:ot cereuSonips in a most efficient manner. Mr. T. J. Barker, in the absence of the proninent offhcials of the association, was chos en to. act as Chairman, a?!d at a fitting time he presenotd the gold ind silver badges and the Brook sil ver cup ito represitative aof the. successful teems in the 'respective compbtitions of last season, n. mely-' silver badges tothe Bush Hnts.. /pre miers first grade ; silver had: a to Bush Rats, second grade; ti 'Cantill gold badges to the Blaccsto.:e...
Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-MORROW—JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Abstract of Sales by Auction. 'rO-MfoRRow-,JAN.UARY .20. By .Ernest Cole and Co., at their yands, Bourndary-street: Steers, heifers, hc. By Ellet Harding and Co.., at thlr mart, Nloholastreet ; City and . su burlba properties in the estate ft A. a. Robets (in liquidattoa). THURSDAY, JAN.UARY 21. By Whlitworth] and Ganrside, Laidley : Conoants or refreeshment-rooms and boarding-house. SATURilA"Y, JANUARY 23. By Wlnitwonrh and Gartade, Lnidley : House anod land in PIatrick-street. By Ernest Cole and Co., at their con tral ibazaar, East-street: Poultry, Pigs, horses, &e. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. By H. ,llilanick, at Fassir?n : yr. p. Gough's dairy hbrd.
Fire at Warracknabeal. FIVE SHOPS DESTROYED. Melbourne, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Fire at Warracknabeal. FiVE SHOPS DESTROYED. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) !Melbourne, January 18. A disastrous fire occurred in Scott street, at Walrracknalheal. The l'amles swera not subdued fill five shops had been completely &lt;.emolishe:l. Four of the shops were onsled by 31r. lE. DJeverreux, and were of wood, with brick walls separati.ir them, but t.he chlra·ter of the buildin.s, and tie, inflaunableo material they emlteiuied, soon produced sllchl a grelt blaze, that it was dificult for the tiremen to contend anins?l. The daumage is estimated at £till00. 'lThe senem block sos burnt down in INSS, when pr, l~rty. valued at 4£5001 was destroycd.
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 18. FIRE IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. (Dy Telegraph from Our Correpotadenlt.) New South Wales. Sydney, January .16. FIREGý13 N TIUD Nestonday at fire broke out in a t hfe atoryod brick lbuilding in George-isreot. oraigima~ g tin the first floor, occupied by C. H. ,Bream.well, n. pcturef4mmeamaOker It?e flames acre ,extinguished ily one hy drant, but the" frrst floor was completely ,burnt outl, while t a ground floor, used by a process printlng company ehadt its con?ehts daumaged. by fire,. smoke, and water. Thel iwnsurames amounted to £500. ' -. .." 3 .7 LABOtR :,CANDEATBS ? ,?' The counting of votes for il2 li hour causltdsUes for the Senate was con tinued at Clie Triades Sail on Sntur d'ay evening, amd was not concloaed. Thouseands aof 'olts were received, the elrtltuenc 1 i g, lI m tHao seague and trade unions, It is esatdci pated the counting waill be finished next Sarmtrday. Mra. I'Gougall and p CGar diner are said to ihe certae?Intes, end aesers. Grant and ? ?a Sre 'ell ;-p.: , SATISrAeCT.ORi ois...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Are you easily tired? Is your work a burden? Do you often feelweak and faint? Is your appetituoor? Ar., you, easily dis couraged? If so, your nervous system is weak I ened, your blood is impure, and serious illness is not far away. Sarsaparilla was made for just such cases. When. the blood is impure .th whole nervous system be comes poisoned. It is im possible to, throw off that terrible feeling of depression, and there is no ambition to work. Ayer's Sarsaparilla will purify vitalize, and on .'richyouiir blood, aid life will ;again be worth living.. As stow made, Aver's Sarsa )iarWU& contains itO, alcool. There are many imitation .' Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "Ayer's." -i?-tomd b ",..: Cf t C.&; L.4l, lin., U.S.A. MrL. Morrisnn, Hllunfrey-street. 3 llarat,'±"Victorl, write: ajovji my g mb~lar'cad I are fire hdieors inn Chem 3'rlaina's:.Tabete. We i'e Ca.urd C hrm ,SOr Etodmr 'bald liver .trulmlede anid Imve ebyý ý an cI1 must eclrc l i\e. 'l'ion uses of m et pill...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
nelabes Announncemnta. DALTON BROS., icho1as-stoeet, Ipawicb, Wish their Patrons "A Bright and Happy New Year." A fdaw lires left over Christmas to clear at cost price. TEA, Is 3d. TEA; Is 6d. Our is 3d still holds sway with the public, the sales during December exceeding all previous months. OUR ONLY ADDRESS: DALTON BROS., NICHOLAS-STREET, ,IPSWICH (NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION). flanby & Dangerfield, Brisbane-street, Ipswich. : "AVE STILL A -FEW . OF '1 HEI CHEAP Enamel Saucepans ,and Kettles FOR YOUT. . Enamel, Cast, and Tinware of the Est. /CUTLRY, GLASSWARE, FANCYWARE, CROCKERY, &c., &c., . IN GRbEAT-VARIETY. Janby & Dangerfield. i ri 2JELUPEONB No. 17. 5.VSWICU NOB. ERY ' Thorn and Short Streets. Ipwpch. Wanted Known: That W. [ABSH 8 & CO. have for Bale Shade Trees se:d tlowersng Shrubs. Orders for Wreathe?,d COrosee and Hand-Bouquets, Showt?-Bppquste promptly attended to. Graves. cleased and kept Id repair. kr;d . J. BROWN, Palne o" sweets....
Rugby Football. Wales and the "Wallabies." AUSTRALIANS OVER-ANXIOUS. SHOULD THEY HAVE WON? Perth, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Rugby Football. Wales and the ' Wallabies." AUSTRALIANS OVER-ANXIOUS. SHOULD H"IIEY HAVE WON.? Perth, January 14. The defeart of Ithe '*oa]lA5'his" its' ti?e ilnternatiiol ma(otel t CoL lift. against Sales,. oln tlleoretlr '12, wias not re gndud il'y tie Eloglish tr'ess as con clusive. Wales won 'by a peoalty goal and two tries to two tries; .but .rhe roillt (says "'he 'lio m?es") Iardly repre seuts the relative merits of the sides. The implressiont lft was that tle better teeom sre defeated. and iuitt the Aus tralians would have won 'by .a compara Lively large mnng(i blht for certain tac bical errors in their play.1 and the in fluence of oerrsnxlety winioh soe-ed to deprive te the backs of their usual quick-' iess of perceiption ?]ljor Trevor coalnuents ooe tie ?latch in the ".Daoly Telegraph" os follows : .: Over-cageliess to .get the ball, as it was being ~ heeled out of tide scrum mages. caused one of Ute Ausoralinro half-backs to 'be penalised, and a4th a wcetl-directed 'tlace-...
(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. A VIVID ROMANCE OF THE ENGLISH COAL-MINES. CHAPTER XXXVI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
(Copyright.) ,The Srand of Cain. f" d : i VTIm EROMANCE OF THE ENG i s.'; "S .'COA-MINES. ,.By . MON POSTER. -;AT ai: o aversao' Double,. . * ' Eto Bc. t .(on . IHBAPTER XXXV;I (Continued 1 :Gerrard, GOrrard,, Ma'garet cried a', unalile to restrainoaher emotion ~ "i. h !that ts .not inurder you +!;'d' And Jugaol it was a noble thluing A osave ean inuieent 'anm from such oros jiajustleet)? 't' a iea 'y `'duty, at a lleveats " e i and, Ibdily. 'vAnd my. n oble t as yoa cai ct, cost me fve year jena servtihade. Luckily, in Iaueadering myself I had given a Saamae, and it.was uader that iai that I served my time in pris ý filrst for a &lt;short time in Ire land, and then I was; transferred to glaad--tt hlatmoor, It .Was :in the latter prison that I eas thriown into contact with another Vr'prier, a -man you will tint know; ith ink-on SShadracd Pervil: He' it' lknow .'the man," slu broke in. wiorks at your place. little, i.tastriess, lrowni-faced niap;aho was our \house to see Godf...
Billiard Match. LINDRUM AND GRAY. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Billiard Match. LINDRU31M AND GRAY. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) MelIoume, January 18. A billiard match bltween F. Lind runt and George Gray, jun., was com menced to-day. The game is 16,000 up, Lincdrum c mnxdiing 2000. Gray had by far the best of the play, put ting up breaks of 104, 97, 101, 201, and 198. Lindrum's lbest breaks wore 208, 101, and 94. The scorce stand iray (conceded 2000) 3170, Lindrum, 889.
Domestic Tragedy. SON SHOOTS HIS FATHER AND COMMITS SUICIDE. Perth, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Domestic Tragedy. -:o: SON SBOOTS ]HIS PATIIEI:.? AND COMMITS SUICIDE. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Perth, January 15. At 3ridlgetowi, Donald Ross, aged 40 years, shot his father, Colin Rots, aged (i0 years, and then committed suicide, with a Lee-Enlield Rifle. Don ald Ross -ad !gen drinking heavily, and returned to the larma, 14 niles out. Neighbours who called at the house received no answer, and, or. en tering, found the corpses lying on olposite sides oJ the table. Donald had evidently shot his father, one side of whose face was ,.low? off across the table, and then cbmmitted suicide.