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Cricket in England. THE AUSTRALIAN'S TOUR. TRIANGULAR TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Cricket in England THE .AUSTRAI(A AN'S TOUR. . TRIANGUILAR TESTS. TDcr EgE'l:n'hI county secrqtarios duly met at Lord's 'oi I Decenber 8, and rati fInd tire fixtures for nixt season. As they al, come witlld their lists araTedy lirinted there wna very littie *to do, the busin)ess Lving pIractically completed Iefore lunch. Not many years ago tih whole of the afterlnoon used to beo aken upl in fixing land shifting dates. slloe chief, oh-anlas in hile purely county programicme were r.erred to. .Yorkshire do not illay Glouccesterslhre, and owing to the. Australian visit, Lanccashire lihave felt sotmpellod -to drolp their aatolros with Nolrblhnumlleonsilirge. On t'he obher ha'nd, M-iddlesex oad lIVWrrstcnhlirc to lr beir us ilel oppollnells. IJMe iatch .lsinug revived Lfrter long intrervl. 'Thc .NWdit-Mon d.iy antid Algust. Hank fldlday dixtures ,iave unldango'e several chlumes. Miiddle sex anld Kont, Sussex and Hampshire, loueostemlehire anid Soucrinse, and Essex and Depblydlire -metllng...
Fire at Maryborough. BUSINESS PREMISES BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Fire at Maryborough. :o: BUISINESS PREIMIIlSES BURNT. The "Telegraph" says that ne-,us has been received by the insurance companies in Brisbafie, that a serious fire broke out in Maryborough yester day morning, about 2 o'clock. . The alarm was promptly respoudlmd to, ibut, despite all efforts of the fire brigade, who found a good supply of water to their hand, five shops in llont-street were burnt out. Realising that, in spite of the fact that the weather was wet, and there was little or no wind, .it would be impossible to save the buruning building, the b?igade devoted their efforts to saving the adjoining premises, and were successful in cot fining the conflagration to the area irdicated. The buildings destroyed are the pro I:erty of Mr. W. B. Williams, of Mary borough, wiol owns a large nunuer of buildings, extending from "those de stroyed to the Queen's Hotel. Two buildings, divided into four shop, were destroyed, The buildings nss'e ineuald with the Commercial Union Assurance C...
Queensland News. Brisbane, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Queensland News. sly T'elertsriii froCi (ti otreitslttietlts.) Brisbane, .int"rty IS. ( rii. flilt (tC'o li- tssior ftor Public: litaltIl) at II E.~JIltj)lli lt Jall], to al i`l lt, ,h liV 'rl I , ]l ? tcllltr o n lthe, sub - jet.t of "i)i "t nt l)i.t-ase." Hlis loi lllt Sitir 'itop' A. (:oopt(j'r, ('1,l"[ .uis (tir, ii upil it , chair. There.u was h li tlti, -.la?m?ary 1 . i rlor Ins. itar Sti( ' s itnll S ill Hst ; ll . - ih.,tugll rhintoi n nt im tliurhl, .it toi I tle ilurt, .n routi ovig the utertal, i tl" te-gr will lii stewsf 'u iu (luirt n ronnii 1Tiit with tuhllisites ier i alti i?af itri L illnis illt e?atlis, . r, is tljn l lllte It is repor tl.lr that an aresiof ilos and West Maoreton, Id daily.
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 18. THE STEAMER KARUAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. (By Toloegrald tciaoOur Courrpon:te ets.) NBw South Wales. Sydney, January 18. TIHE STEAMER KCARUAH. The steamen r Exarsuah which, a few days (ago, went ashore on . Stockton Beach, was towed off, to-day, practi cally undamaged. DEATH OF A COMMERCIAL TRAVELLEIR. The body osf lerbert Day, a com mercial traveller, wsas found "in the wnatr at Coogeq toeday. He had l?en missing since Thursday last. The dle ceased was only partly dressed, and the rest of his clothes were found oni the rocks. RIDING FATALITY. Keith Lillyard, aged seven years, a sbn of MIr. James Lillyard, of Morce, was thrown from his pony. His head struck the fence, and he was so b.adly injured that-be died half-asn-hour afters' wards. S LABOURERS AND WAGES. Tihe latourers` employed in the orec ticn of the St. Colum.Via College, at Springwpod,. asked for an increase of Is a day on their wages. This was refused, and a lock-out resulted? It is iprobable that the stone-masons will 1-c called out. Sydney, Ja...
Somali Mullah. PREPARING FOR AN OUTBREAK. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Somali Mullah. *PRlEPARING FOR AN OUTBREAK. (By Cable Message.) London, January 17. A thousand nin hait been ordered, to Somaliland, to reinforce the British garrison tlhlre. A London message dated lhe 13th January was as follow :--The Mullah in Somnliland has recommenced his at tacks on tribes friendly to British rule. Be looted 20,t00 camels from the friendlies, and killed many trUl·ns men. Fearing that t~i British prot?e torate would he attacked, by direction of the authirities, :0 mens of the King's African Rifles ]ave arrived, at Berbera from Nyassaland, also an Indian contingent of 400 men flrom Bo1nbay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Special Adrorteraments. THE NEW CEYLONI ·J.E. Co'PUopy UP fol FORIENTALTEA PROPY LT. LL AND I \ l~hQ ag IBon.gao ao iaponopop o m.. o1I^ PER LB. ALL GROCERS. P. A L, ITEHE ADI7. Photographer, _____ ____________ BRISBANE-STREET. ALL THAT IS NEWEST Ai) BEST IN HIGH CLASS SPHOTOGRAPHY. ; , s pecialy t eommend our Beatiful ARISTO PORTRE ITS, which are proo W against insicte. See Specimense in VeBtibu'e. 1 S'( fTABLISHED 1880.) SReed's Furnishi.g House Sp0ciahl ChrstmaslFurniture. M?MENQE STOCK, TO SELECT , . ROM. S? BEST VALUE ILN THE CITY FOR C.`'GASH OS TIME PAYMrNT. A. DDRESS : j?oining "Qunpens!hnd Times" Ofce., BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH. 27 id. On Sale Id. ii Daily issue of the "QUEENS LAND TIMES" is on Sale Lt . following' gencies. 'TOWN. . Brisbane-street ....... W. Tatham. Brisbane-street ..... W. B. Darker. S:iiebine-treet ....;. Misses Whitehead. : Brisbanetreet .... E. C. G. Weise. - ai, y Bookstall E. C. G. Weise. ' 8ebribaine- street ..... Hiss Nolan. * rIsnq-street ...... M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
TtLT? PAGE KES?RVED.'OR t RIBB & FOOTE. HOW TO; BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL. S II OP AT Cribb & Foote's. le Offer Special Inducements TO-DAY. 1O per cent. SPECIAL DISCOUNT off all Remnants in.our DIRAPERY DEP.MRTMENTS until further notice. We have n small lot f Pertum, Caskets and Haberdashery Ncvelties to clear at 10 per cent. Discount off marked prices. 1Speci4l 10 pet cent. Discount off all Ladies' Hand Bags during January. GENTS. In cur TAILORING. DEPARTMENT we are giviing a 10 per cent.,Dis. count off all SUITS ordered-during the month of January. We have a very fine rangeof SUITINGS to select from. If you require a' RUTT, nos is your time to save money by placing your, Order -with us. " * Throw-Outs in 'our Millinery Department. iancy Untrimmed Straws, cleasing at is each. White Helm-Its for La?lies' and Girls' Wear, Is 6d each. Jast the thing for this hot weather. Model's in Trimmed Millinery at half original plice. S'pecial value? in Ladfies' Dust Cloaks W haive ...
Three-Mile Creek Bridge. A FRUITLESS CONFERENCE. MATTER REFERRED TO THE BUNDANBA AND BRASSALL COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Three-Mile Creek Bridge. A FRUITLESS CONFERENCE. MATTER .nEFtatED To THE nUN-. DANB.A AND BRASSALL COUN CILS. A further conflropce of representatives of the Bundanlia and Brassall Shire Coincrils td consider le qluestion of the construotion of a new bridge over the fThrec-li;e Creek. was held in the Bun daenb? Shire Office, "Quene?land Times" fButiling, yesterday. There were present -Crs. C.l C. Cameron, H. IlilotA, H. Ferrett, .. .1. Harding (represeing tlhe Bundamba Shire Council), H. omnmer and J. Spresser (representing rthe Bras sail Shire Council), aon Mr. G. A. Ste phenson' (clerk of the Bundanba Shire Council). Cr. C. C. Camoron presided, and stated that, in pursuance of. the decision ar rived at at the jirevious conference. tea ovrdeers of ltie two shires (Mieesrs. J. Dooner sad E. N.: Fremain) had exanmia od .the piles of tiee olI bridge. They re ported that of ~Ueo 32 piles 17 were sodid and a 15 ihloow. ' 'The Chairman further stated that Mr. Doslser was of olifnion t?ost...
A Murder Case. ALLEGED ACCESSORY ACQUITTED. MURDERER AWAITING TRIAL. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
A Murder Case. ALLEGED ACCESSORY ACQUITTED. MURDERER AWATTING TRIAL. (By Cable Message.) London, January 17. Thornton Hains, ehio was charged at Flushing, Long Islanl, *is on ac cessory to the murderr of "W'illiamn Annis, a New York?,.ublisher, in Aug ust last, has been acquitted. Dis ur, ier. ('aptain Iains, of the t?ited States artillery, who fired six shots at Anmis and killed him, is still awaiting his trial.
Gatton News. ACCIDENT TO MR. HART, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Batton News. t --.- iFrom Our Loekyer Correapabdent.Y) ACCIDENT TO MI. BART, SEN. lir. Michael Hart, sen.,-of thoSouthl Coast, who is on a visit to his son, Mr. W. Hart, of the E?xchange ,otel, Grantham, had a marrow escape Ifr'on 'a serious accidcnat in Gatton last week. The horse, which was attached to a sulky, in which Mr. Hart, sen.,, was seated; was standine in front of. Mr. B. M. England's toyal hotel, The animal had apparently gone to sloep, and, on awakening, &e took. fright, and dasted in betweeoon the shade-tre anod the footpath. Dte of the wheels struck the tree-guard, with the jesult' that the sulky was cop sized and, the old gentleman preipita ted heavily. to the grojiA., lie had a fortunate escape, .howevcr, rebiving only a few ninor bruises. The fright encd animal '.made for the railway fence, and, coming into impact with it, the vehicle was somewhat badly, damaged. ACCIDENT.TO A. -YOUTH.. Claude Wornemiide, a youthful son of Mr. -anil Mirs, H. Warneminde, of ...
Tommy Burns WANTS ANOTHER FIGHT. Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Tommy Burns WANTS ANOTHERFYGIHT. (BDy Telegrafh from Our Correipotpdent.) Melbourrn, Jauua'ry 16. Tommy Burns has not weakenet in his expressed desire to meet Jack John son again. "I feel I have got a good show," hb said. "1 want it to be .my last- fight, win or lose. Some of my frierds think I would be beaten again, tlut is lenst %why I would like to go shto the ring again. I had never seah Johnson fight before, and now I know more. I" will admit I forgot my ring tactics in Sydney. Next time I will not' attempt to "hold up such a big weight as Johnson. He has only got one punch that hurts, and that as the right hand upper-cut, which was the blow that dazed me in the first round. The refdree, Mr. M'Intosh, in breaking through the clinch, pulled my left arm down from its guarding position, and Johnson got the blow in."
NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
" N1 3'rorNI)LMNI) ITSJ1EU"111 S. Lodomn. .Tasmuury 1A. Mr. OGrmt (At(tornr.P-C.en~n l of New-rr foundlanrd) is 4no Confer w\ith Vi~le ]Iln. Elihu flout (iTYniid SLates SLrm:[,ary of ForiigJl Alin-irs). Idl·" lion. .1. l11r2v1 (British ,.]inl1ori at WlnnilFingtoo u Ind , 3In. AylerorKIA ((1f'anndihi llioriI. r for Justice) rt eupruol4 h fial nlrnft of a Canadoin jnnl Necnwfollhnonn Cf rnnnnln Piot pry Arldtrathfl Trenity. 1A, is trtnhd thlna the Americans a re cladmiax heavy danages in ro szlqucmca of Non-ound land's n icicnlencr witi Uilitad States Venscls tih'i'ng on tin. teanty conat. Sir Robert IBond (tiu Newflou·dod~ed drornier) 40 oipposed to the inclusiton o c ris sul, Ject to arbiitdaohion by The Haguelo Triho coil, Bli , urllh proet/le are ogred on su'li mildisg to Jibea Ho'ning the iotorpsivaloiiO of the Arlbitration Trenty ol 11SS.
Ipswich Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909
Ipswich Jockey Club. The following nominations have ,ce received in connection witlh thtI Ips swich Jockey Club's meeting, to 1. held on Saturday next, the 23rd in stant : Trial Handicap, of 20 sovs ; fiv furlongs.--Graceourn, Hillstone, 3E.P.". Ayr LRassie, He's Here, Rosebud, Ar chitect, BanIdmaster, Nestle,. Intrepid, Lowl Nelson, Decoration, and All. ruzzi. Welter HIandicap, of 20 sovs; six fur longs.--?omo, Elail, Hailis ter, Kenilworth, /oz, Prillce Rupert, Shlan, Apron, Brown Sal, Soubbci d, and Avoca. Jockey Club llandicap, o[ 40 sovs inyj furlons?.- larini, irberina, Idol, loeannoff, Cissy, and Scabbard. Noviceu ?h?rdlicap. of 20 sovs; six furlongs.-New Go4ld (lite Automatic, late Automatum), lBillstone, Hernmia der, lie's Here, lRoselud, Architect, Brown Sal, Apron, Abruzzi, Decora tion, and Divorge. Ipswlich Nursery Handicap, of 25 sors : five furlongs.-Flcvo, Casshmore, Elton's lady, Ayr. L*assie.l .L.L]., Lazy Lad, and Lahdur Boy. Booval Handicap, of 23 ovs , seVen furl...