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Orange Blossoms. GARDINER—MENSFORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Orange Blossoms. G AlfDINEIR-MENSFORTH. A quiet but interesting w?edding was cehlebrated by the 1Rev. T. Warham (super Intvendet minister of the Ipswich Metho dist circuit), at the residence of Mr. W. J. Price, Flint street, North Ipswich, On Monday last, the 26th December. The contractting parties were Miss Llizcabeth Measlorth,. youngest daughter of the late Mr. J. B. Meseforth, of Ipswich, and M4i. hloucrt Licingstome Gardiner, young est son of the late Mr. E. Gardinesr, of Bllundanib. 'rhe bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. J. Meosafosth, was attended by Miss M. Sieuonn, chief lrhlresmaid, and Miss Florence Mlens forth. Mr. S. E. Liegard (cousin of the bride) acoted as bet man, aund fr. E. Fields as geoomsman. Thle bride's dress was of pale cream crepe de chine, made over glace, full trained shkirt, fin Ished at the foot with a deep band of cream helti:le. The bodice was made with a yoke of transparent tucked lchif fon, finished with bretelies of cream chenille, inlai...
Coal-Minimg Disputes IN THE SOUTH. THE SOUTH GRETA COLLIERY. Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Coal-Minimg Disputes IN THE SOUTH. THE SOUTH GRETA COLLIERY. Sydney, Jamnuary 1. The dispute at the South Ga?ta Col liery was discussed at a meeting of the ,nrn yesterday, when Mblessrs. M.'Wil lietams and lBreonan indulged in som0 straight talk. Mr. M'Willia?ns uL l that if the men continued in their present position they would rem tai outside the pale of the federation, aisl need not look for protection from it. Suhseluently a deputation waitcl on the mise manager, and a sat?iefac 0tory settlement of the disputl was atr rived at. The cavil will tie drawn oal Saturday, and work resumed on Mon day.
VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SMALL SCORING. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
`.IC7T . r V, S01tITJi 'AUSTRAf A. :fy~ 'role rapl from 'Our Correspondent.) :ý-:. Aelb~ourzw Joniini . 1. .;he.ml etwreenVictou'a andc saten.nc mh weathe ~was nd tli eo~ nd` oecdrd tdo hot.. The followini are ,ýIrJTH .AUS1TJAUAA I ur't innings.' ~ 1~iv.. S8 f.mxtim n Vernon ... . ..... 4 =i ii "st. UTaht nge,, Ii Hbo Litt ii 'r ninor; Ii JVraou: : .. 16 uWIuhiey, E Satidtndos b Hazlot4t ... 0 Va ~Q ernon ~ .3 13 _-' ~owing,: erno, 5 for 24 ý Laver, ;.,1"for 21. VJCTOBIA-FuruuL Innange4. nra . 1 AWntonse fi''Cn out....... 14 aouns1omdno out.... . 42 M"4Abeter, not au. ... -`un~lises " . .
Inter-State Cricket. QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [?]NINGS OF THE WELSHMEN. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Inter-State Cricket, QUEENSLDAN.D v. NEW,"ROUTHI WALES. NGS OF ''T-I WEISHTM?K. (, Telog"najh from Our Cor'respondr1t.) Syklny, .lanuary 1. The cricket match New Sonit Wales Tereua Queensland woo cotuiieno to dany. 3iO weautlero was I fine and cool, bait thee attaendaoe wee oun nIl. White, (die New South Waiel captiai , wan th toes Ptom Hartogeso, nod decided to plat, dtha Inninge closing for 2o6 uwns. At the close of th ilay's ploy Quisslunud hld lost two s'icIete for a runs. , Appenda -Sd are he 50eores rW so ,UTH WALVS.-Pit Im??inge. Ialbb, c. ututieoo. h." h?ldgrave ..... 48 3l1d. c. M'tnss. hI Saseps.n . .:.: 38 whi, ". f "Lora, Tl1dgr.ve '.. . 21 _ ch ot. I. . .h i a, es ....1.:........a? ....z. 1 awe b. Simpion ,.m . ..... . 30 b our, . c Evans, I, Sisopean o . 40 .eilaunay, c. Thitnpson, i>. Simpson 3 o.tL, C. SimusRin, d. ?ledgrare ..: 24 worth r nd . . e tyes .. 41 ot .. "o t., ayel ....: ..., ........... 2, ? i a ,.,. ...:...:..:......, ......:........ ..... ..... 1t T...
Laidley Amateur Turf Club. (By "Pakeha.") [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Laidley Anmateur Turf Club., (By "Pakeha.") Ofldcials.--President, Mr. IT. Daniel ; vice-presidents, Drs. A. .T. iMae Donald and V. M'Dowall, mnd .Mir.J. COarnnody ; committee, Messrs. f.. Gdnn, A. "I. Wilson, W. Welch, Jas. Macartney, C. C. F. Peacock, J. J. Dowling, D. Neylan, Jas, M'Garrigal, T. C. Hayes, W. Moroney, and M. Cun ningham ; judges, Messrs? IT. 'Daniel" and Ni. Cunninghtam; starter, Mrr. -Jas. M'Gakrigal ; clerk of scales, Mr. WIT. Welch. ; landicappers, Messrs .as.. M'Gar rigal and Jas. Macartmiey: clerkic of course, IMr. 1.' H. Davies; Sstewards, Messrs. HIT. Daniel, W. Welch, M. Cunningham, .W. Modr oney, and Jas. M'Garrignal : see ivtary. and treasurer, Mr. .Ins. Mi'Garrigal. SThe Laidley Amateur Turf Club held a very successful race-meeting on the reereation tr-serve 3esterday. The day. was one of the fiercest., as re the heat, ever experienced in ey, a hot blast blowing all the ay. Notwithstanding tie humlidity thdre was a very satisfactory atten dance of both ...
Sporting. Boonah Turf Club. SUCCESSFUL WEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
Sporting. Boonah Turf Club. sCCcESS'UL lWE1I'TINC. SThe sR'elthrin- hehtl of yVhtb.rhlay lidi not doter a goodl many of ih, rhh si'l.-tsI of the ]ioonh hh die?lrit from atihen)inh g a mhae-1eetingth, 'eig cit Wah bitd hhh.ih Lthe hunslPie:h. of the IBtoonah T'rf *ilui in ?1 . .1. llhrdinstl,'s pamlddo.e. he-. candanu, yster3ay. The gathw"gin ap peared to ie c?c? ry swra'csful 'hhill frm a financial andl a racinen \hi -w-p)oinL. The following oer' i~U rseulis thf the rae., fuller doeeariptions ,if which w;ill appe?a,' i ur in lt .,ih :-h Trial Handicap, fiv' fi'Ilieg--'. C. Baill's Edison 73?M'Auliffi), 0.7. I :. A. 3J''Lenn's Thalia (A. Gann), t.12. 2: and C Rtunle''s lihmd(, (Jfit Biain ., .-:, 3. Tid rare ?'ns ai poo.l one, 'inly 'a few feet separating hie two hlad inr horses. Lightning Stakes, four inrlonus.-.. GCe".'s David (A. Goan), 10.:1, I : (C. NutDil's Jrlo' (M-Auliffs), 9.5, 2. David's wi , was an 'as?y one, BridleRace--. "hithiman's l)andy, 1: J. Green's Too Slow, 2. The...
Greenwood Dramatic Company. "THE KELLY GANG." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
t Greenwood Dramatic SCompany. ": TH1E KELLY CANC." D a good liouse last. night *t (sa 7 r od's moving theatre, in Inmsstone-street, to witness tW3 pro luatibn 'o the above drana. The .pie was iell staged, and the parts well acted. Mr. Bob Greenwood as '"Ned IKell" gave a fine portrayal of * that part, whilo Miss Mnariel) (hewn wood acted with gleat spirit as his dister "Knt."' n The cast of rli racrt'r. gndrally was well fillod, tile pnrLt of the three colonial policemoln playo:l by 'Fr. Chirlie Williams find Mr. George Bains in llarticulmar causing mnuclh nmnrsemnrrit. , To-nigsht the mielo.oirarrni "Iallsh te Forsakon" will be sublit ted. Corset. Specinas-27i doren Thimble taped Sijm mer Corset 5, usual price le (id. etearlsg at 39 a. pair. A bargain. Crihis too ~pteu 64
Next Australian Eleven. HARTIGAN INCLUDED. Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
-Nxt iAustralian Eleven. ER11PIG A4N INQLTURD). (y. Teelngepl from Our COrmspondent.) '. elbourne, January 3. jMessrs: Ti dsn, 3IIAlister, and Iii1 snet to-ntght for the jpurpose of select ing certainties for ioo he Australian leveafor the forthaoming F4i1sh1 ksbur, They were in conkorence for over two hours. After theneetisg it Seas renoumeed that they hod picked sei loivg men :-Neble. Tromper, rnpstrong, Ransfoel, C. Hi11l, and Hartigap. (Queensland). The ,electors -'tve to, meet again in Sydney to choose. T1 other seen, lbut no dote 35s5 baee delinit ly ,ixld upon. -
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
L AIDILRY PRODUCE REP'ORT. (cwgom Onrt Own Correspoiidont) Friday Eveninig. wsrd to day, awl a msenscucly the einW ateainto reoflI ioi II pricson o Un c which are a al: XvMe 4 per buselr Butter-Faeotory, 10d per lb. !ggs-8d per dozen Potatoes-Englisb, prime, £5 per ton Chaff-Mixed, £4 10s per ton; oaten. £5 Is; lucerne, £4 10; to £1 12s 6d Ray-Lucerne, £3 6s to £3 I Ca per ton Pumpkins-Table, £?3 to £3 15s pet ton; cattle, 20s to 22s 6d Onions, nominal Creaso-811 per Ib (commercial butter fat) Roosters-Prnime, 8s to Us 6d per pair Hens-Prime, 2S to 2s 6d per pair Geese-5s id to 6s per pair Ducke-sEnglish, 2s 6dto 8s per pair; muoscovy, Us to s 6d Turkeys-Gobblers, 12o 6d to 17s 6d pee pair; hens, 6s to 7s 6d Pigeons-Pd tals per pair.
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
TOOWOOIllil PRODUCE liARKET. I 'D.D. Gazette" Office, Thursday Evening. Messrs. Walsh and Co., agricultural seedsmen and produce dealers, re port: Values of lucerne hay and chaff are. steady; good demand, supply fair; quality of the oaten chaff offering is more matured and satisfactory. T'he denand for 90-day seed maize, Japan ese, Hungarian and Siberian millets still continue Rho?es ,grass: This pro lific' grass, which suits all soils and climates, is how commencing to cooam as it lbecomes better known. New eea son's prairie is on the market, and somue choice samples are available; go9-d value. Later on prices will advance considerably. Algerian oats is being offered in the South at is Gd;' This, with shipping freight 15s, and 3s. 3d wharf and harbour dues, is equal to Is 1Od f.o.b. Brisbane. The following are the prices payable to farmers, by merchants, bags aend balet included :- . Maize.--3s 7d to 3as "7 (mnarketir tegular, good demand). ; Eggs.-Fresh, 7d; new laid, Sd. Butter.=...
LONDON BUTTER MARKET. (By Cable Message.) London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
LONDON- BUTTER MARKET. (By Cable Msesge.) London, January 1. The London butter market is firmer, and there is an improved demand all round, owing to the cold weather. Australasian butter is quoted ot 10i to 108s. The Athenic's consignment was cleated at 109s to 11s: The mar ket for the New Zealand product is very strong, owing to reports that the whole of the Paparoa's shipment was destroyed. The quotation for iDanuish is O110s to ills per cwt. CHIBES MARKEtT. London, January i. The chlieese market is dull and un changed. WHEAT MARKET. London, January 1. The wheat market is dull.
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
SOCIAL. Any Information intended for this col oma" must be duly autheonticated ; otherwise it will not be published.) tla future no items from the country Will be accepted for publication under this head unless they reach us through our recognised correspondents.) Mr. .and Mrs. D. Shine, 'ris.ano street, are spending a pleeasant holih day at " Villa Mlarina," Saunnats'. iThus Shinse is spendin. a fw days in' Brisbane and Sandgate. Miss R. Carmody is the guest of Mrs. A. J. Eden, Sandgate. Miss Barker, East-street, is lspeodino the vacation 4t Scar.orouth. Mliss 14. Real has returnsd from Sydney, where she has been for somne months. Miss E. Given has returned home frcnmn Gmnopie, where she spent a Ilea sent holiday. Miss Estelle W'Gill is spending a holiday in Brisbhonw. Mrs.,. . A (hr.l CIt ,rnron and fam ily, accomnpani.d iy Miss MI. Wilson, re, speonding the mid-summner vancatin , Southport. IMrs. J. Armstronn, anld dlnughter, wiho have lan tin- su,,sts of Mrs. W. H. ITel 't, have...
THE REASON W[?]Y. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
TIlE REASON W-'. By "One Who Ku?n ' When the kidneys and 1' active or diseaced, ceri in sons are reta'ned in the yt.' we suffer from Rheumatismn. Gout. Indigeetlon, B!licusnce, Neuralgia. lImbAno, Sick Headache G.; neral lI)b !: Backache, Secit eq. Anaemia, B!oold )l:sdres. Gravel, Store and "ra.' " The reason why Warne.r 3 cures all tie.e d '- " permanently Is th' 'ney 'ill from an Indiffe:er' '.:Hi : of th" neys and llver. Wrn re ' restores li. k;d-eyne end health and ancltivity. crues: poisons to he el v'n-ated f tern in a' natural mTn'nne-. ' due to the presnce of esuch p i:r is necessarily at an end. In addition to the re"enlr 2s. Sd. bottles of Warn-r'm Rf a concentrated formn of the ,". Is now' issued at 2Ss d. "" Warners Safe Cure (OCnn-o1' not gvompounded n"th o?" contains the snare numler of the 5s. bottle of W"arner's Bale H. H. Wnrner and Co., LimIted, . bourne, Vie.
The Scene of the Recent Earthquake. A REMINISCENCE. (Written specially for the "Queensland Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
The Scene of the Recent Earthquake. -:o: A RELINISCENCE. (Written specially for the "Queensland Times.") On the morning of the 2nd of MIay, 1907, the passengers on board ithe R.M.S. Moldavia got their first view of the mainland of Europe us, dimly at first, and theA with growing clear ncss, the shores of Southern , Italy came in sight. For the next few eu s every person of Veisure on board sas intently gazing siorewawds--first to the Calabrian coast, and subse uenotly, and then alternately,'?o the apposite or Sicilian shore, No part of -the voyage front Australia lead roved more interesting than did this swhie lay through the Straits of Messeins, now with their stricken coasts the centre of symoathetic ii terest to the whole civgilised world. On that May day nearly two years ago nature lay at peace, her face touched with ?hat winsome smile swhich a little later would kreak lote the rippling laughter o fthe Southern summer. Only Etna as sb approached the Straits, and Stromboli as we ...
A Sheep-Carrying Record. 900 MILES BY RAILWAY. GOONDIWINDI TO CLERMONT. NOT A DEATH RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
A Sheep-Carrying Record. -:o: 900I MITES BY RAILWAY. GOONDIWINDT TO CLERMONT. NOT A DEATIH RE RRDED. The Queensland Railway Depart ment has added to its splendid, reeprd for careful handling by completing a nremarkable stock-lifting undertaking. At Goondiwindi, on Monday last, tlnim trains loaded with store sheep eire started on a ran to Gordon Downs, in the Clermont district, nearly 1100 miles. The General Traffic Maln ager arron-s gd that the siieep should be rested for a day and a night at )tlarylmrourglh, in order that the dro vers could attend to the weak ones. After the rest the trains were started off again, and they arrived at the sita tion on the Clermont branch uip to sche duled time. On the journey not a single shimp died. TDmt certainly is a remarkable record.
A Scientist's Opinion. THE EARTH SINKING. COLLAPSE OF THE TERRESTRIAL GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
A Scientist's Opinion. THE ]'AIlTIP SINKING. COLLAPSE OF THE TERRESTRIAL GLOBE. Professor Suess, the celebrated Aus trian geoloist, states that the theatre of the present catastrophe is a spot where the earth is sinking in disc-like form. When the sinking, process is cornm plcto the hills of Scylla and a great part of the Peloritan Range, near Mes-s sina, will ,be below water. The Straits of Messina will be widened, and only a fragmenet of the hills in East ern Sicily will project fronm the sea. Professor Su?ss adds : "We are wit nessing a collapse of the terrestrial elobe that beeon long ago, but the shortness of life allows us to be of good cheer'."
LAYERS FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909
LAYERiS 1OR ENGLAND. The egg-laying competitions which have been such p feature in the Aus tralian poultry eorld during the last five of rc years have done much to direct ys-nide attentiop to our movements dcr the stimulus of keen rivalry bel the crack breeders won derful im ement has been. nanifes ted, until it no exaggeration to say that the huge scores now recorded are obsersed with amazement by the old world breedemrs. We have the climate, the men, and thie hens, and the har monious working of these factors has resulted in the production of the Aus tralia?i type of white Leghorn layer, which shows a clean pair of heels to the rest of the world. in the great awakening and improvensat which is so noticoable it is gratifying to record the fact (writes "lHardshell" in the Adelaide "Observer") that South Aus tralia occupies the leading position, as it is our Pirds which have made the scores that cause the eyes of the world to he turned to Australia. In this State there is one man awh...