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CHILDREN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
('JHILD)REN'S COURT. Yeslrday morning a Chi.ld'eli's ('ouirt was held by the Police Magistrate,' at Lh, Ipswich Court-house, where two boys appeared blefore him on a charge of havinug stoltn a quautity of grapes. After the ev\idence had been taken the accused were remanded till the follow ing moltting.
ALLEGED DISOBEYING AN ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
AIA.I:G1?) DISOUi?EING AN ORDER. T'e case u of ,1. S. Marlin (Ipswich Clrk of *P'tuy Sessions) u. E. Harkins, n which tI' .lhetter ds chla?r,+d wih har inhg dlisonle?m l u11 ordltr of the Court rel'.lirlig 1ins to conlldl?lte 1towanda the, support of a child, wao to dm.\ove cone0 o'n for 1e1,leringu ,oes?1 ' the7 P'olice lagois t'+r yeustrdasyy 2moor'ineg. On the jlppli ca,timo of Sir. W. Ir. Sunmeiie'tlle, who olJPae?re for dIto defe'ondant, 411e 0se was a.djournsed for tohsne wreeks.
Victoria. Melbourne, January 19. MINISTERS RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Auction rides. 111is IDAlV-AT 12 't .lt'l,.. V1AIlAIllL I I' IT' ll'l('lTY. STATE A. If. J,?obm'+?. in lilplla ties By order oi st.e A rtgal.ge. ONE-MILE. . 11OTE1l .. HOlUSE. Au Easlwa.r:l-? I?r , N'llth TIp HOUSE at Woode?:l. large Area LSnd. IOUSE in Brislnne-street, West I; wick. AI;).ldT'lENT1 ih Newtown, with Stables. ALLOTBIINTS at East Ipswich, Bun danba, and Churchill. Elias Harding & Co., Auctioneers. 157 CLEARING-OUT SALE, AT NORMANBY, FOUR MILES FROM HIARRISVILLE. (On arceunt Mr. M. II. 31t'Iaugld'i.) Ey.I. HAYES will Sell by Public Aei * tion, On TITURSDAY. the 21st Instant. At 12 o'clock Noon, 85-Pickel Cows, in full profit and springing, 10 Ilead Young Stock, 1 Draught Horse, 1 Draught Mare (any trial), 1 Mare and Foal, 1 Yearling Colt, 1 ihllotte Separator (55 Gallons, almost new), I Yankee Plough, 1 Cultivator, 1 Cart ans. .siaress, a Sets Plougfl Harness, 1 Set Dray Harness, 2 Cream-Cans, 1 Chest Drawers, Wnashstand, 1 Double lied, 1 Safe, 1 Table, No. 9 Be...
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 19. STORMY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. (fly lTelegralih from Our Cor'.spordearlts.) New South Wales. Rdlley, .T?alluarl.y 19. STO l.)l" 'I ATI'III]l. lt,.,iv.b mid i hurhll rn lilii il e . o'irded ,ill uitih -tall'. l·I',Ire lol: l soulli-uot in Noa youlii Worla .oi Siut dat. T'w, dwonIl,;Ion :ll:N seI\'i.I roofs onp.w wrlcnrd t lranii. A tscljuwpa.. .d ?ier llardl'l, 'bo1?0 IuiicR diailalg'., lI (iol~lliirn li lihp ]llrlw 'o ii rlor car ws stppedby aflo1 up d' lth loon latrI,aoI didr ii bt lliol-d , rtik Il" tll.u 1ii111 n l w ini Ilolllle l i h Ihit I?',l P?,+ slrv+| lllli lllll 'liln Il~ll'ol l,h if, i'I'I?.1 I.O dadcI t o llal On IooII, tooli" ]mio ]ui.ti, ,?illll~ l h ,lt 1 I] Illl~llll II)(:'/l l'\%'4i i 'II?I,?-' !, i'I4 1.A)I;IlmlRllS' STHlIXI:. "..uk aa]rt i i,? i n:o , l ll'u o il' liJ ,t ll'.' l os put unI i'? -tl ri' , ...ls 7'ta, I:.l.. ( APTiUlIll," ,I A .11(11. A lhala, l,1t lila loig. Olut lai.! aIt lot1'1 li*i:ll'll ilttl .alo"a1v1, 1. A bl:. :-w)l-\lill'h \l.s ilspl. S11111T1Nl CANEC. ...
SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
SALVATION ARIMY MISSION. On Sunday last, the concluding day of Adjutant Lovelock's 16 days' mis sion in Ipswich, the meetings were con ducted by .lhe missioner.. At the morn int hloliess meetin,?,Be gave an im pressive address on "Spiritual Strength and Power," based on a passage in Corinthians and dwelling on the words "Grant unto you acording to His riches in glory to -I" st r ethoned with might," &c. In the afternoon Adju tant Rudd iead from the 34th Psalm, and gai?c a powerful address thereon. This wias followed by another 'address on timilar lines by Adjutent Lovelock. At nielht the missioner deliveiedi a tel litng address, readttin froom Revelations on "the binding of Satan," c.' Fe gave a vivid word-iciture of hell, and the lost ones, and urged his hearers to seek salvation. During tie mission, a coodly number of udrsons havc receive] much spiritual benefit.
BURNT SUGAR AS AN ANTISEPTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
BURNT SUGAR AS AN ANTISE.i'1 I l'C. In some parts of Europe it is cus tomnary mllour the people to urn sugar in sick rooms, a practice which is considered by physicians as an in noent supers.ition. l?itle'r bleisulioial nor harlnflll. Professor Trill brt., of the Pasteur Institute, at Poris, has, holw\evsr, demlonsltrnltel recInufy that, hurnin sugr? r d'velo]ps formic nacty lene-lrydrogen, one of the most poflwr fuill antiseltic gasses liknow?. Five iiirmlies of sugilr (77.141 grains) were blUiliril , under n glass.hell holding 10 quarts. Alter the vaipor haltd cnle:l, bacilli of typhus, tubieulosisl , cholrI, small-pHx, &e.. wons pllliwed in thei !:li in op'en gliss Iusis ald wsitlin dea1l. If su?Ii is burnt in a close d vessel containing putriltle intmeat, or the contents oflll rotlen ?l ., the oflfen sillle ollr disappurs ot, once. Tlie popular failhi in th disinifi?f tiii sniit - tics of !iul'lt sIlr alippears, tlierlefo, i to haver -otle foutrlatioll..
PROHIBITION-ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
PROHIlBTIJON-ORDER. Yesterday morning, at the Ipswichl Police Court. before the Police Magie trate, application was made by Annie Young for the issue of a prohibition order against her hus.band, Frederick Young. There was no appearanCe of the defendnnt. Afler the applicant had given evidence tlhe application wa= ranted and: an order was made luro hibitinz any person supplying intoxi catini_ liquor tio the defendant for a nrio:l of 12 months.
THE LENGTH OF THE SCRIPTURAL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
THIE LENGTH OF THE SCRIPTURAL lEAR. The lRev'. Dr." Griffith Thomas, prlknci pal of Wyclilf Hodl. OxrodL, replyidg" In the " ecord" to two questions, " Was the year in the time of the patriarchs 3inh days, as now' 'Whiy 'did smel live to such great ages '" wrote :--" It is generally thought thint the year in Old Testamoolt chreonlogy is to h becomputed accor.ding t?. the uniform pariod of 30 days to. the smouos, or 3110 days to the year. ]hn Orr's 'led's Ioaoge in 'Ilan.' atenution is called to the gsay in which tmle sloaadpoit. of scienice is itself chasog ing in a remarkable 'way in regard . to derath and its necessity in the livi'ng ?'ng?ism. So eo u'ent a biologist as Weisinlnamf e declares on groulnds of pure science that there is no ??eertainalle reason why lising narpnintns, apart from injury or violence, shoulld ever die at all, namd in view of the foots quloted by Orr it is possible to see the force of his, wolods, ' One blegins to see that there is nlo inherenlt i?'possibi...
USE FOR DOGFISH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
USE FOR DOGFISH. The American consul at ,Yarmouth, INova Scotia, in .a report to the Wash ington Bureau, of Mel u lsfactures, says that the dogfish, which has long, been regarded as .a sea pest, is being tail ised and tunrnd into consideraele' com mercial value. Over, a year . ago . a dogfish reduction works' was Cstal lished at Canso, on the nortiheastern coast.of Nova Scotia. The works be came so !eneficial that. the. plant, has been largely increased. In .other towns, similar facetories have been started. The fish are dumped fromn the vessels into carn, and taken to' te "cooker;" which resembles a long iron cylihder. Steam is f'.raed into this. cylinder, and the fish thorouglily cooked, ?1'en they are taken ly elevator to "the press, where the oil is extracted.I From the press the oil flows into taniis arranged with. steam pipes at the bet tom ant supplied with water. The oil floating in the first tank is drained off through a cdduit to the next tank, .and so on. to the. fifth an...
BUTTER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
BUTTER MARKET. The Silverwoo:l Dairy Co. Ltd., quote butter at lid pl"r lb. The Downs Co-operative Dairy Co. quote butter at lid l- wr lb. Althloulllgh 53 angl.re??'l' conl? ts for 28 ir: ,4 1 ilt I liruin? mau tch tal 1 ill (:1S r ht.i itn said of tShe h tca, lns!pi?utl, uonly S1?o,, liny fislh -"',r esYtaglht. 0:ne w.igh 111g Suu, sotead flet nrits anI uthse lun~ f~1' Ih ,h,.; l\'i, I.-l . w hll, itn . l'l,,1 .1h,,', titli,'h h'epiglrol lieN s. i i'l rosM€' I I'. u the usPiz., fIsr the osm? ?l?ulelt Sish.
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
TOOWOOMBA& PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Monday Evening. The market for all lines of produce is reported to be weaker. After the recent rain the prices in all prolbability will recede, but later on will ragain inesent quotations. 'There weem no al terations to note, and the following ar . the ruling wholesale stlotations payable to farmers and prot.ucers by merchants (bags and lales in) : Maize: Is 10d to 3s lid per bushel (market firm), big demand. Butter.-Faotory, lid, farmers', bd to 9d per th. Eggs-Ordinary, 7d; new-laid, Sd per dozen. Bacon Old liar U. Flour: £9 10s per ton. Bran: £5; Pollard, £5 lOs. Cheese-Factory, large, 5Sd, loaf, 6Cd. Potatoes : Whitesl:ins, and second quality, £1 to £5 ; prime Brownotis, £5 to £6, Actual vale momuentarily un obtaina!ble. Onions.-Locals (soft), £5 to £6; New Victorian, '£6 to £7. Chaff.--3ixed, common, £3 to £3 10s; special, £4 to £4 10s. Wheaten, new, local, £4 to £4 1O0. Oaten, new season's, £4 10s to £5. Lucernce, cut f...
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
BRIJBANE PRODUCE MARKET. J. Jackson and Co., Limited, of Brisbane, report the following sales of farm and dairy prcduce on January 19 : Maize--4s Sd pcr bushel Potatoee-Englieh, 4t to is 6d per cat Chaff-Oaten, 4s 6d to 5s 9d per cwt; wheaten, 3s to 8s 84 ; lueerno, 3s 94 to i ; mixed, 3s 3d to 4s 9d Hay-Lucerne, 2e 91 to Bs 4d per ewt Butter-prime, 81 to Eld per lb : beee. 51d to rid per lb Ho'n:ey d t 2& ijsr lI Egg--Urli, a!,; 7d t, Rid; special, is to la 4i per d.zesn Fowls, 2e 6d to t4 pr pair iucks--Mueoovy, 43 to 4s 6d per pair English, Be Ad to 4s Geese, 4s 3d to 5s jer pair Turkeys-Gobb'rrs, 15e to 20I per pa'r; hens, 7a to 8s 6d Pigeons, Is to Is 2d per pair Guinea fowls, 3s 9d to 4s per pair Apples, (local), 4a to 7e percase Iangoes, 4s to 7s per case Plume, 2s to Be 64 per quarter-case Nectarines 2s 6d to 2s 9d per quarter-:ase Rookmelsus, Is to 3Ss 6d per dozen Paseion-fruit, 2s 61 to Bs per Eugar-bag Sineapplee, rough, 4d to is 3d per do?eu Grapes, black, ld to...
GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
GRANi'iHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Corres?ondent.) Tuesday Evening. Supplies of produce were small t-day. Appended are the current rates : Maize-Prime, 3a lOd perbushel Butter-Factory, lid per lb Fgge-Sd per dozen Potatooe-English, £2 10s to £3 l10 per ton; sweet, none Chaff-Mixed, £3 to £3 10s per ton; oaten, £8 1ls to £41 lucerne, £3 to £3 15e Hay-Lucerne, £2 15s to £3 10s per ton Pampkins, £8 10s per ton Onions, £3 per ton Cream-Bid per lb (commerciasl butter).
Our Rosewood Letter. ROSEWOOD CO-OPERATIVE CATTLEDIP COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Our Husewood Letter. (From Our Own Corr·espondent.) IOS]:'WOOD CO-OPlII?ATIlE- CATTlE., DIP COMPANY. l'ho annual incrtling of ithe aloov was held in the l?rta'rs' H1l till Wodileevday e\cening lant. Tllere wons "if i atten ,dance of uhnreholders. 'The chairman (Mr. W?. RuluIttI), presided. l'en ro'eort and balance-slteet were readl and aloptied on tile motion of thle !Chiranrn, neroiondo tby lir'.L. A.. acobs. The latter doclumelnt disclosed tha?t 1441 siarres hla\veltee dispin sod of, and the caesh rect?trd ftor fles,' was L1-15 .5s, leaving a 'lalance of £1512 5a. TJe profit and loss account showued thant the amount received from dipping wan £97 3s, and the balaoce forward £82 s T7d. The expenlseso for solutica. wages, dividend, Ac., amouncted to £110 los 4d, leaving a balance of £76 1s id. The balance-sheet disclosed that the share account ean profit anrd loss account amounted to. £374 Is id ; lropLety ac count, £159 ? Sn ld; tdebtors, £.1035 5s; bank balance, £13 176 7d : caltl ...
"Dirt and Disease." LECTURE BY DR. HAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
"Dirt and Disease." L"ECTURIE BY 1)R. 11A3L 011n Iondayv evcning, in the Exhs'i tian |lail, BrItlsc., inder the aus t)ir,: of tihe Acustralasian i Assoeiali.J 5 fo'dr 1the Adsvanc sen t .of SeiecIce, Dr. IlHrnect, Iimn, Conumissioner for ]lealth. d:-livcveel am lecture upon t])irt and Disease." Ticres was a 'very sat isfalctory attenlsnne., an-d Sir Pope Co.pr., .(C.3i.G. ((hief Juotird), pre sided. 1)'. 11am said that in the ordinary a- epeicne l "i use tern,, dirt was a icn·'lous cs stidedLice io tieo siieaAd.ily 're isnos(l. But tle insst dangerous dirt of all was -gccrm-ladeni drst. Dirt acight lie considero I in relation to nature, to -ncn, and c to disease. With r,.lrclncO to dirt in Irlation to nature, ho wouldc point out that the atmos phbre Wan flll ol it. Buat if there 5er5 nc dusit in thlle atnosphoere th?r!e wcul:l li no clouds, nso hai.e, s.nd prlabli- no rain. Sometilmes tilhe ealla particles ol dust carriod bacilli of suchl diseases aa s consumpltionl, &c., co...
The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
The Turf. With the . excepiioll of the Joe'ic' Club Handicalp and thl Nursary 1a'-nci cap very satisfactory entries were rc ceivoed on Mlonday last for tile Ips wich Juocey Club's meeting, to be heli at BuiIlanii"ba on Sailturlay aiti'lr ctn lnext. A.ltol-tler 57 nomninationt- wi're jir?ivrd us follows: .Trial Huln-i.'ap, 13 ; Welter Ilandicap, 11 Joc.luy Club ]Handicap, (i; .No'icr ItHandicmp, 1; Ipswiclh Nursery Ulandicup, 7; aud ioovl If'roilictap, 9. Th.e swights will be idcla rd on Wle:liesdaly (this) oven inj. and will, no doibti, appear' in Thurlday's issue. The Murocco filly Mabel, who ras r, cently. disqualiliex by the stew?tds of the BrisiiIhIn .Jockey Cluli in connuitmion wiitli siispiciolis practigc~, Iras h 'eI returned to AlloraL where, it is re ported, she is to bl indulges in a spell. 31abcl was tccomipanih J i by Cur rrli), a two-ycar-old half'-brotlher by Iarrow to the siwedy 'arniry O']La. Thit Little .arniie horse Villager has been put in trahring' again by A. 11...