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For the Farmer. PUMPKIN-BEETLES AND SPARROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

For the Farmer. -:o:0 PUlATPKl'N-BEET'LES AND SPARROWS. The Clifton correspondent of the "'Sydniy IMornillg Ilerall" writes: SThe farmers in the lllaiwarra dis trict have suffl?ed severely from the ravages of the pmnlpkinabeetle, and acres of vino have b1,In totally d:, stroye:l. ]n manny inianiees the beetles attacked the vines as soon as they apuptared above tht ground, anmi left nothing 1ut ho are stim. Late sow crs, however, anilticilpate gettimig i crol, but they liave omne to consider able trouble in protetiung their vines with a framnework covered by very fine gauze. Even this has not pro teetel somie of thI vines, the b*iGOs finding their way under the frini work. The sparrow pest is now biegan iing to ibe felt in this uistrict, and the birds iIre playin givat havo' with, the fruit, piartieularly grapes. As sooni as ilhs errii'e com enll ce to ilwni, the top of the lunch is at linclnd, and holes pickeilin tihe fril. causini themn to rot, ,md thlis d stray in lihei 'renmainde...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Fatal Accident AT CLIFTON. Warwick, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Fatal Accident (lily T1I(.gral.h fI. Our .Irr s'Jl"uI .) t 1a.l" .i-arw .k, .?* n ary 1?" . lJ 1Villianl luli?s, n ,ede 1). , . f I.rIllr, I. Jsiul iI atu . L'lillll. '%'?1 Ihl ll f'n11111 lih lier.·. \ stIU " l .il.}. 'i] ll I(sll lll l ,." all r )t hIrn;t,;. Ti, .1 as at, .-t· . ,11id ,h . . 111}' un an,.J rll'de.rd I, I:+ .laIll 1tto bli 11,'1Bowckl o, "|l.ral , ul.'?ay, s .Ihe dll n i()Iha)n~l lit { \.7II IILut lia.'1na regtainal ronscio)nan..u:z

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Our Mount Sylvia Letter. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Our .louit: Sylvia Letter. (Front Our Own CorrSlponaent.) tRICKET MATCH. A cricket ?athl oi IA'-twln eaans reprN jmcshing Foodedale and Mount Sylvla waui played on the local wicket .um Saturday last. In i+hulr first itntlings Fiardldoie were at a dladvau+tag? owi'llng to their playing three saol .shkilt ' aschtilt," In tlheir- sec ond attbempt, lthey had the full nt?aer of players. Fondsdolo ehad als quite a *nuber of. yoinlf vwielders of tle willow in tle trean, dueh o i? fact a4not, some of their older tikaids ici'e unilile Ito at tend. ??lls accounts for theAir disastrous defeat nii.low .coring in ?Ah-i nnings. Trhe v'lswtat.r geree. tle- firt to. dao .the eas~s, their 'ast w" icket falling after oj]y J7 runs Iha ef?e rooil:d to thlir ersdft. F. W'linbd 4di runs) wasn the chief ,conit?ibutor, Thneocal tLeasm, wsho noaw took to the ebating, comipilod .lth rpsfiecteble rore" of 68 bleforo il"tey were disposed of--. NIaoreoski .3, P1. loacsen 1', F.' Siserti 1., ald Al. Wi'llioin Se...

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Methodist Church and Native Races. TRIBUTE BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

MeIthodist Church and : Native Rac'es --- -:o--?--: TRIBUTE BY 'pRESIDLNT ROO'SE - VFL , (By Cable Message.) -London, January 19. President Roosevelt, in a s pejch die livered on" the occasion of the ubhilee of the African' Methodist Fpigscopldian Church, eulogised the work, of Euro peans in Americ, Australasii, MAfrieo, Egypt, Java, and thei Philiplies, anib the lasting i enelits c-nerned upon na tise races.. He concluded by paying a remnar!;lalo tribute to Great Britoain's 'nefiLioeat rule. i I ndia., • . i -', .? ,

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Broken Hill Strike. TRIAL OF RIOTERS. COWARDLY ASSAULT ON CONSTABLES. Sydney, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Broke'n Hill Strike. TRIA1 0! itlOTERS. COWARILY ASSAUl' T ON CON . STABlEtS. 8.2ey Telirapli fromi Oilr COrlrespiodent.) Sydny, .lnuiiary 1i. The cas.3 against Tom Milinu and 27 others' was. conltinued att ihe Hiro klen ill P'olice Coir.t yesterdiy. ln lsp.,:tor RaochIe ai:l thato n the I ith .l1 anular, ilthn he' mtirehald the polie through -th e crowd, they. w er.i- .t,,n:l and Mann haid said 'Yu t.lre look ing fir tiroulie and if you wi n t to fight, you will get all you want..' Witinss said that' i thell Sr .la.iinu:wy nnl had trile to forcen a way through the polioe arnd wtis arr-estmld. A irneclr was atticeipt]ed and great dimd r r~ei?ined for live minutes, and the melee nun very serious for time. ."er -.'., A cotai'?ly assault nwas made by about G0 mmou as two constables at the Barrier last night, and as a re stult tthr eet m a . were rrested. Sir·. .1Jtive l?ggins is p]inpar-ed to healdull'ig flu, fit n\rwelk in Fehru ary the easeo which the ,ltrokiae ]ill Proprinetdin Comp...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Richest Women. TEN WHO COMMAND £71,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Richest Women. -: o0:---e TEN WHO COODIAND £71,000,000. . MTe. S. G. Aser, the daughlter of the late 31r. hlarry Barnato, "has (says the 'l)Daily Mail") become the legatee of s yeecond iulclion of moneyel front the same source, hlr father hal - ing settled the first million upon her on the occasion of her marrange to Mr. Asher. The ncquisition of this second fortune places Mrs. A?lher in the fund of womwes who figure as the richest of their sex. The richest womina in the world .is generally ad mitted to he tMrs. ]latty Green, with a fortune of between 14 and 16 mil lions at her coonuaund. Others who follow closely arc :- lrs. Russell Sage, who receivoj a fortune of £17,000,000, but has dis tributed much of it in charitat.le hc 11 5 .sts. icrs. Anme Weightmnan Watlker, who is said to possess £t12,000,000. l:rau von E.ohlen, the daughter, of Kerucep, thee GCrnian gunmaler, has property valued at £16,003,000. llee. OCr.el, a .lcxican lady, is said to ha'e an ticcome of nearly £1,000, T...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Southern Coal Trade AT THE WOLLONGONG MINES. Wollongong, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Southern Coal Trade AT THE WOLLONGONG MINES. Wollongong, Januuary 1. The coal trade at the local mines has been brisk during the weak, the Mlount Pl'asant, Mount lKeira, and Mlount lGambla collieries huviig wor'c cd full time. The coke trade still continues in a thriving state on the South Coast. There are eight colik manufacturing works in llawarra, with a total of over 500 ovens, the total output amounting to sometlhineg li 5000 tons per week. The price of coke aver, ages about 12s Gd per ton, and every ec:l-s-ine: on tihe South Coast, withd the exception of Heclen'aurgh, feeds a coke works. The cool and coke trade for the past fortnight has been brisk, and the majority of collieries worked full time. North Ilulli Colliery is now sigagod lliupon an inlportant and extensive trade, which will heap the mine going full time for some considerable time. Everything in and about the uine has been brought u'p to the ,highest pitch of perfection, for dealing with a very heavy trade. The cok...

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Cannibals and Crocodiles. ADVENTURES OF CONVICTS IN SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Cannibals and Crocodiles. ?-::-o ADVENT';URES OP CONVICTS IN SOUTIH A.IElRICA. A thrilling stiiry of danl'crs annl privations is co:tatine:l in the. at ventures of an ivcaped COllnvict nam111 Ifyacintdie Barthelenry, who has str rudert''d 5h'niself to the Frdsh polic,. Ulnacinithe escaped from tinhe to?viet -etiticaent at Guiana, where i)', ihad been sent is the rs.ult of a co?nvic tion fur ,1urglary. Five other prison irs escaped inithl him, ndl, having seized it hlont fromI sLoll' ittives, the ientiil nenloearvotur to reiti?n \in'-'.ili-st territt)ry. The' .illolln. \\l ws a diadllllr oils otlt, piartaly ', river ni.d partly through a trackl,'s fl-rest; atn f:e fore Catlnras was r'i-ch :1 ithl fugitiries hadi cwin ti :l ft o i wo. (Oi- .::.tl tkl-i devoured by t )ntini, anllit lih II . a prely to a eio e.il' I i , 1 a1n's llof Cho Orinoco, cud1 tvtw unre eruehdi t diealih -iy pythons. l'nl::"i HI.irl th."I'l1 y I :l. his comIIpan ion rt'n?l ' i I the \'.' l . .zutti ltf e piti l t...

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The Rhodes Scholars. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

The Rhodes Scholars. - :o: BotT socially and intellectually ,the average young iEnglishmasn at Oxford suffers by comparison with the' main :ody of the Rlhodes scholars (writes the London correspondent of the Irl hourne "Age"). The. contrast pre sented by the two 'classes of students has bacooic steadily more markie within the last three years, usl is now neydrod fluesticl. ' The latest testimony to this comes from Mr. ]J. E. lEgerton, professor cf colonial history at Oxford. The ordinary under-gradu ate is listless in study, fri4tuenlly lacking in purpose, troublelsome to his employers when he begins the Lat. tle of life. "While the Englishman," says Sitr. Egerton, 'hlnoof.tcu drifts aim lessly along, uncertain till tho end of his university career is to what is to be his course in life, the Rhodes scholar, I believe, nnarly al ways comes to Oxford n'th n ?s d?in itie schem:e mapped out regrdiug his future life." The latter, as a rule, is older, and in many ways sore a man of the wo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Flood Heights. PROBABLE RESULTS OF A FLOOD. EFFECT OF RIVER IMPROVEMENT IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Flood Heights. rIIOIIABLE RESCII1'S OF A FLOOD. EFFECT OF 111\'Vl IMPROVEMENT IN BRISBiANE. At the eCreting of Ihle Sculh ]Briulan Council ona ,rladay (says the '0 Daily Mail") som?e interesting information was tabled with regard to flood diaights of tire river, &c. Under arie direction of the Mayor ('Alderman i). H. 3DCullough), the ltoWn clerk lad addressol a letter to Mr. E. A. Cullen, ]Enlgineer ftr lir bours and Itivers, asking di Ion would fa vour tnhe coulncil with ln expreo?rlon of opinion respeoeting the prolsabl elffect of the lrisbane Diver inotrovoeentsl which had lean carried out under his rloersisiol since 189I3, upoln lIe flooding of the river in tlhe event of a isimilar railfall next JFeJbruary over the waler slhd, to hdiat of 1R7. lie sans also csn?el whalt would lhune bosen ,he pre l?oble lheight of the water at Victoria Bridge last March, iit Sese river ims provements had not lOeen effected, asnd also, supposing oanother roin?fll qoal to that f 16993, what...

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The Australian Eleven. PERSONNEL OF THE TEAM. CERTAINTIES AND PROBABLES. (By "Old Boy" in the Melbourne "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

The Australian Eleven. pERISONNEL OF T'ill TEAM. .CElrTAIM'TES hAND 'lPOBAIBL.ES. (By OCld Boy" in tho illblournt ' Argis.") 'line snelectors for tthe Au.stiralin loaxm '(iessrs. F'. A. Irrldalo. C. 111il, and ]'. l',Alistnr) have already clhosen nix o theA 14 \ iha will compIose tIh tanin. 'They will lmoet againtl in Sydmey ,during tlhe final inter-State znlatr.l, Victoraht v. Niew South Wdes. w?lich commlnlces oni .lin uary 24. Tdhe six clhostln so ,'l ?n? : 1i. A. N?olile (N.S.W.). V. 'irTrulper (N?S.W.). .W. W'. ArunsIrong (".). V. lian?fortl (Vec.), C. l ill (S.A.), I. liartigan (Queenslanld). In this list rtheo? nre ix first-l·its litsiren and two rrgtler -hoanlers .(Noble and Am astnrtig), while llat.nsford ,antl Hiar tigan can also turn t hall. 'hie .lwtl ers stould s.xn Ii be lAte ne?t cmislder. liouan, ?ulg thlore a?Mtsn lilh! dIttlL 4Inat lluiartney (lelt-aland), llt-er t(tlst rigdit-hutad), nni O'Conner (tn-i uit right-) sviI lie chosesn. lt'trt.nrey is such . tasrl ?ll-...

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State Schools. FILLING UP OF VACANCIES. SEVERAL IMPORTANT PROMOTIONS APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

State Schools. FILLING UP OF VACANCIES. SEVERAl, 1MPOFT"ANT PROMRO.' TIONS APPROV\ED. .Last week (says the "Telegraph") it was announced that lh.. Johnl: Fw trll, of ToVw1sville West State School, mand Mr. W. II. Smith, B.A., of Monk land State School, Ilympie, had ?e:a iipriioo?otd t to the positions of islspect ors. Consequenllt upon th.~,e promao tions came promotions and transsfers of teachers, and the fol!owing list shows the changes, aplprovrd by the Minister yesterday, which have been determined. Consequent uipon t he promotions of Mr. Fewtrell the following chnages have been approved :- Itichard G. Skelton, frlm Allens town, Roklhampton, to rlTowntville West. (Mr. Skelton is well known in this district. lie was filc several years head teacher at the ltosesale State School.--E. "Q.T.") Charles Kemp, from ns aryhorough Central Boys' to AllInstown. F. J. It. Martin, from BUmllaei;g Central Boys' State School to Mary borough Central Boys'. Robert lontoith, from Tiaro to Bundaber...

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Southern Racing. OAKLEIGH PLATE. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Southern Racing. OAKLEIGlI PLATE. (By Tolegraph from Our Correspondent.) r?lthouraar, Jarnuary 18. '?lae followirng weriglrt.-r Jlau ?m't dre clarad for tihe Oakleigit FPlate, of 1.150 sove., distance five arid haolf furlo??g. Load Carlyoll, 14). Soualtaine, 10).3; Scotlarnd 9.11: ]'arsee, 9.5 ; Plroplhecy, 0.3 ; Curroblorce, 1lncatlmnter, ancd 'True Scai, 9.1 ; Legaation, 5.13 ; Perkeno al Golden Stlilpper 8.9;: Ltle Lo-l oln Bloby, 8.5 ; Lady l?aoraldil, 8.3:; Gee lbung, Keritlie, Lord Cecil, Curtain .ec lure, Laainr , al Irairiataan, 7.13; ]Pr am,bulator, Csaptuin l Shtlnon. Sulnnaarinll. Ariki, and alula, 7.11 ; Jolly KIne,' Di)hnl, Irigtllaie. lteturnad. !donardist. Cele briity, Beau l ivr'?, icad Auriferil, 7. ; linllntlra'., fadte ? fours, Waaraiure, and Herr 3lalrd, 7.7 ; Parm, Itun Lornr. ra Ilalrh, 7.3: S?-lclellt, liarajo, Naara dlam, Noraluia, 'oaryiall, an loa damtious, 7.1 ; .ilbride a'nd Protty Ireg, ;.1; ;?lrv or;''g, (Corrartl?.. 'Two 'ta'p. Ngauruhafiea, Corn??art,...

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Big Banquets. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Big Banquets. -:.o: Sir Robert Hart,, the veteran in spector'general of the Chinese Cut toms, shys that 'he once, ii Pekin, sat out a .banquet that losted for 17 consecutive lhours. There wera 18? courses, and he tasted them all .This would seem at first sight to. take en lot of bheating. Yet Mr. Word, the American envoy, who 'tried to inter view the Emnpero[r I'leeta-WFuni, in 18,~ tells lhow he was initertainal to a di?lrs that lasted' frohY ioon "one da? until Ii o'clock'on the evening o. tfit' day following. "TheJAotal mndibir ".of con?ses is 'not' given; h but Ward mnen-' tions that le had to give in oafter partal:ing 'of. 138 different dishes, "wh 'eupe n his hosts wonder rseat y"--presumably ., at ias .abst&omous iess. Probably,. hiotver, the Eskimo, ban nllute last longer than any others, and the quantity .of food swallowed is a-lso proportionately greater, a'os records that seven of his party of a tives once ate continuously- foi 33 hours, during whia tine they m co...

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A Priceless Carpet. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

A Priceless Carpet. (Of all thet Princes of India, 'indu, and 3llhmmeodnn,'i ,o(' one, says the "Pnri." Ihas gems that cam,compare kitll tlhos of the Gackwarnr of Bare dl. PIrhaps the post remiarkable of tl (cackwar's s jewel rtcratures is a carpet, said to Ibe about four verds ,ltpur,, compos<llo of role p of. rbies, liamonds, pearls, woven irntot i a?i tv rn of exqisite eand dazzling 9 ist. Tlie gm'ni is this cirpet ,atrf. estimated valu' of £311,100, ansi sti c the product of nthree wiars' work skilled artists and jewel-settere. : TI' carpet was tisnided as a covetr , Mahamet's e in at hlecr,, buat - f? some rloason could not ite .atth"r,': Since then it has been kept P iby. i Gaekwoar as a most valued" pdses slion, and was exhibited by. bhit in the Art +lxhibiti on at 'Delhi in 1003.; Still more costly is onie of the Gueul wor's d-iamond necklarc, which is said, to he worth well over £2,000, OQCO, and which, one can easily imnl. ie, is 'thi miost thagnifia.t. .~. a.,;...

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Maize for Fodder. PROGRESS OF AN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Maize for Fodder. PROGRESS OF AN EXIPEIRIIIlENT. An interesting experiment in the !grow\th of. maie for foddaI " is (says the1 Mellourne " Argus") being conducted I;y the dairy sulervisioln nranch of the agrioult'ural department, in conjulnction with Mr. ILee, the agricultural superin tendent. Different Varieires of'M amhi nfroms which experience has show., the le;st fodder results are to be expected ha]v beell sewn on a numilbr of selected farms in various districts, and grown under flet direction of tihe dairy su?fr visors. Ohservations mido at different stages have Lbe? recorded, and it is ex pected that growers will l e supplied with important information- rgardsing quickness of maturity, suitalility for early or late sowing, drought-resisting properties; and ultimate' value as fod der of varietids that will ble of coitsider ai.le assistance in their operations. it is io' early in the seasonl yet to announce any cosclusive results, liat the head of the b;ranch (Mr. Cameron) rema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

A THOROUGHLY RELIABLE WATCH. IRHE J. W. BROOK Sodil Filver I Keyless English Lever Watoh. penecially manufactured for me. Jewelled movement, with all the latest improvements. This Watch will give perfect satisfaction, and will last a lifetime. Warrantee~ for 10 years, and kept in order free for two yeara. A floe assortment of other WATCIHES are illustrated and prised in my coenplete Catalogue. Let me send you a copy It will be f und useful. Ported free to ,ay address. J. W. i Brooki Double Case, Os. HaoningCase 70b. THE UP-TO-DATE JEWELLER 42 IPSWICH and BRISBANE. There was a, youlng .mn:d of North Shore, )ler li?e she could hardly edure, Till she triel Iaxo-Tonic, It mtnade good health chronic. You. too, should a sample proeo're. IAXO-TONIC PILLS, IObd and Is r?i. Olhnlu hlo 'erywhere. 'ri su ls. 11hle."le it ,1 '7 .tn?ls." ý,

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Dry Agriculture. MR. PEACOCK'S NEW SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Dry Agriculture. --: o:- 1IR. PEACOCK'S NEW SYSTEM. Under date Bathurst, January 16, the cor?splondeint of the Sydney ' Daily Telegraph" has ,the following: Al1. R. 3W. Peacock, matiger: of i.he lBathurst Experimental ]ui'um, unfolded his new systecm of agriculture in a paper read before the Science C:on . rress at Brislj.ne a few daystago. The principal feature is the production of self-mulching surfaces, whli1l ,thue iu thor claims lead to deepening of fthe soil, a:it)lr free access to rains, pri' vent e'vapurntion, surface-rooting, ger msinetion of weed slds, oaderosion of soil on undulating country, and tend consideral.ly to increase yields. Thre. are four conditions of soil par ticles dels:ervisg special attiention. Thlnse arn dust, gran??n?s, ulis, s, anrl clods ' and the aim should he to keep dust as the hotmtout, with granules tllnt, then ,runmbs, and clods on top. Self mulchinig surfaces may be granular, or .ranunlr and crumbly, or granu lar, crumbly', and cloddy, or this,,...

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Telephone Charges BETWEEN IPSWICH AND OTHER STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Telephone Charges 1ETHEEN 1IPSWICB AND OTHER STATIONS. The following is the list of chirgee for the' use of the telephone betwesn Ip~wioh. .inl tie pinces nmentioned : adidl Ipswich to FIrst 3 tonal minutes. Sniab. Allora ....r..........:...... 110 1 4 BoWnah ..:............... O 8 'Oi d . Bowenvhlle ............ 1 4 1 0 Brielhan .................... O 4 .0 ? lundaberg .....:....... 2 iO 2 1 owmbooya .............. 1 0 01 9 Chinchilla.......... 2 4 1 9 Clifton .........;........... 1 4 1 0 Coominya ...,.............. 0 8 0 6 Crow's Nest ..r........ 1 4 1. .. Dalby ..c. ................. 110 1 4 Ellaegowan ...2....... 2 4 1 9 Engelsburg ............... 0 8 0 8 oEs ........................ 8 0 06 Forest Hill .............. 0 8 0 0 Gatton ........... .......... O 8 O Glamorgan Vale ...... 0 2 0 2 Gomoron .............. 1 4 . 1 OooaLbungee ............ 1 4 1 0 Gowrle Junction..... 1 0 0 9 Grandhester ............. 0 6 0 8 Granth?m ..0.............. 0 8 0 6 Greenuount .............. 1 4 ...

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CAMBRIAN CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

CAMBRIAN CHOIR. The ladies of the Blackstone-lpswich ,Cunu'rian Choir assembled in the Western Sbtar Loke last nigiht, for ·de purpose of rehearsing the conm positions arranged for coml)etilion at ihe approaching Gymnpis Eisteddfod, at which the choir intend to compc?e. There was a large attendance' of lady mesrts'rs, and a satisfactory pra.tice took place.

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