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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

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Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
SILENT BANQUET. ONE HUNDRED DEAF-MUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

sn~Tn EANQnrT. ONE HUNDRED DEAF-MUTES. "Ladies and gentlemen, pray silence. for the toast '-" the toastinmabter 'at the Holborn Restaurant was beginning last night (July 21), but he stepped in time, for the guests who filled the Vene tian Chamber were inhabitants of the Silent World. The deaf and dumb banquet way toie' climax to the series of festlvitles ar rasige by the English deaf-mutes: in. honor of the French sourds-muets whose visit to London ends to-day. Nearly a hundred deal and dumb people sat down to dinner, and the spec tacle was a sufficlently, remarkable one, for It tongues could not Wag fingers could flash, and at 'a pace that knew no time-limit. '"The blatter of knives and forks was the only sound that broke the strange silence. Toasts were honored --sillently. A> Speeches were made - on the fingers. Smiles greeted the after-dinner wltti csins, but there was never a laugh tb disturb the silence of the banquet chamber." "We are all fellow citizens In the same Silent...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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LADY ARTIST DISAPPEARS. STRANGE EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

LADY ARTIST DIuiPPEaR." STRANGE SXPLANATION.I According to the Ottawa correspond ent of the "Dolly Mall," writing op March, Mis Beheance the English d artist, in a letter to a frlend expla ?i?s - recent mysterious disappearance. I~Shs declares that her soul beng ch?lled'byt & atmosphere of lthe capital, she decid 'to.l go to her friends in Norfolk, Vir'ginia The letter says:- "I went to Ottawa an optimilst and l turned a pessimist A pass?lonateoloy?l ist, a profound admirer of.all that·,\iiv ritlah, and an unswerving : ever ·t " the future greatness of CGnad las,des- tiQed to dominatg the Emp!re in ye-.ar to come, I was chilled to the soul: by floe''' atmosphere of petty malice, superfti,'idal ity, lack of courtesy, and.active hostllty".. In which I foupd myself, a stranger 4r K'? atrang lantl, and one to which I had te' wfth a strong sentimepi, 9 admirbet o;-' and interest, "It was a ehock, and Th undeil;daik ,which had been so opvtmistlca? l ?y?e ? became a task to be fulf...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

, li~ I .oo o, oo €.p0c0sT G CHOICEST 94 .ii I-i " . . . . . ,? " -1'. * ~ CMTON, VICTORIA. r a e, 821 Druslnueid-street, i'~ t rin 8¶leiburne. V'lctorine. f411 whi1{C I wae suffeling ' jni ooiaI wihl a lcry sevr eui dliys ea i above a whi Sof lily Monrds said I woolad .y voicO a1tegethrh. After trydtin 'elI a ddeon remediee. I chomose een i e entisment of Or. Shedctla' * eory.I tied it, and esnd fou, idi comniletdey cured mt . 1 8kn Ihhav rhcecolncendd dg IIn Ulot, jeile .nlo gee]d resells. I hale lglidre. Aid *nevrcrecr thiy Cnti ~ )r Sheldon' cee I.w C ienery 6 atuf-ol for teml." hr. SII 's fw Thscovery for . Cou~ie oDide is en Onejnellnd prejiartioc Aie beee ef dl! Chlot CenildanCs ande ''Procbles. Prlei', 'n fl acid fialn r a biatenebi at (. TI. Wilson a01d pis,.Wileeale Distltbutdrs.e - 3490 lWrere wa;s on old partyl fT~rom layI 1,'l Jual tried many 191.? ha Iris day, 13n1t his troub1)le 5ns chrsni?i, Till hle tlok ILao-Trnic. And inw le Is lselllSp JTI-raS t" LAAXO-TiO-NI I'T...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Buniness Announweementa. Absolutely Pure. Crescent Coffee Essenice. GUARANTEED NO PRESERVATIVE. BETTER 'IBHAN IMPORTED. IBETTER THAN IMPORTED. R. W. THURLOW &' Co., Ltd., Brisbane, Agents!l 915 For the Voice ! Lungs! Throat I Hndson's "Eumenthol Jujubes." T E OGreat Antiseptic and Prophy. Y lautic, Suitedfor oldandyoung, .jun s tn sickiness and in healthh. . TFor' ooughs, Colds, Sore Thmroats, gr~ae)iltis, lnluenza, and the Prevei.- . lion of Consumptione. . !.. .. •e ?he",.nce?.,?y?:---?'Prm" to be. r ,?. e?'eotua~l acteriddlaIJyasis crpoqot. " ·.. The 'Preatitieoer"': "'Uaeul 1ni.eonsllitis • "harjgtlsa. andn·llnat lanlmenet." '. ' ie: Autralanan Itdlcal Gazette" :"Of' t~rie in apectians 01b the eajeoe anld - S See also the February number of th? " Medical ' Review" and the "Medical Press and Circular" oat " A JulyS, 2905. ' S Untike Cough Medicines," Eumenthol Jnjubes" " ,? ' do not interfere with the digestion. On the co. - " trary, .they.have a beneficial effect, as the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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MAUNDY MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

MAUINDY IMONEY. - ----4- rh ] lunI i oL 2i iiii rei diii Cere I:-iv.ll ) i ( ti- 'illlill L I:tioyal '.?|?llltl]? ?,?'ht:- \\;\S' I.:ll'l'i..ll 1)Ll[ ill vi'Ii. Ll2 i ty-?ll(' lUai 11s n(1111. ?i s Ih. l n. L iii itleij I iei iireii:0i C diea. 1 s idg Vise wi iviiiiseil - inh IP fiovi-y-th v-cl 1 1l 1 "11 v m.? ii. ;l va , i e 1c3ia'ly ii eiI, - ,i .l. nll id Iii lual nlll ll mal h . ' is' Iiai(fi*(j( ((mas a iardgtu! by iloyll ]loulygm:(vii oif teein r1. Il~.rs\` lli lilN1 ??.'?Il I II? Jl~ i ]Ill(! I'l iftl 1 ltl' -(i alil -ll Iti"le' a) toIn sI l'all·li t iCl II1'd ttll!J~ci l'ol)L. O~ It lnnt) .?ol IJJ lili'~l ,ii. li'l lhulgen il r)lSh) n v)) 1 tIa e .1.1 -iiis ,, i a s. l )ni y a I. ,- 1(0 Iurki-jt v nldl v l eiitirlll iil r i itsion.. ji1 e' il' lll ile the Ct'ioirl 1th r it, ha s li ll.iiiil :t l in tInc "nr s I.sos il, ighv ?.]llllll l'. 'J'|i~l'l V+'.I ?1 ;t cl'l rc l'(' .l'' I(ll \llil pcl,]tlt' cIlt o tttle l~ 'll lh Ill,, u'];t+: to il t, .u?]t : tilllhrl' tht glit (c1i...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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The Luckiest Adventurer in History. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

.... ' rn . the '* to "erno1 d,?.u. inhthgpera..ways. ' ra ,?b?idesp ised oni? yeudllydlice asoa ~ Vocni thiDue r'on2" Grrdn' •maihlssi . me.ol? ront o. ~F6d: I; I~b s S aeperiof order al.·: l~l~;; b~e~ But i iia?ak 6nerta a dtisfie ot'p. e 'boa life mpefral rne eto. his olourh for h ooner~ id GhU ;s'J so te.iPrtcestont ln"youtgi ~onige f~'S-an por ur ad ldosertedithe Iem as~p~il roclaim~ing him eadtructedto himeltoo the eJ pei i onsi rtplidr et :su intebday of his ,pd meinitl powers. He pos' dse i se, an unbound ad t~iielonishina personal ;Peter the.Great. By 'aeaty and prtinacit3 ot c manged to persuade of hus thht lie reentmled man. rarin other avaye. Te Eiplapn despised Konpe 'i-i ~bppol'tuaist, c hyprocite, 'trptrbuit lie wies unable. to e-youaGdiGermans ematchless d Kc e appointed him in ceto.ap important miltary hand as 'an experiment order ~oiogismak to undertake a difficult mn*hardoi) emcp icition. % pimt3mper had no more know ~:eo~!-5t·i'wscii1 ecddien than a clerk ~rdersw...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Hungry Cod-Fish. DEVELOPS TASTE FOR POULTRY. A MYSTERY SOLVED. Wagga, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Hungry Cpl-Fish. DEVEL.OPR TASTE FOR prll.T?fl. A. 1iys'I''RY SOIlNElD. Wau'n, lreemurll 29. i'Fo s.?le 1 ilm the la rotall.er at N"w towI Park notilell that younlg lcks nl s.lwaus mylh~rlo's usl t di.:1llQOelrt:1 rinim praids in the parkl. TI was at ist th.iougght till lhirdS 0",r" stolen. hIlt il'lstiPtionS 'lrved tlhis wns not the Cr?se. It s:sas h? ' n thought the h sh'", 1 h 3ing 'at'sn iy turti'i. T'wo large tur'ltea wsorl shol. li. still the ducks disp1p1all'i'lel. 'tile l'\al'elrll'" Ilhen decridrl to set iets, h:.liev inlg t)t .rats were at wncrl. On r'nloving tihe vetis for lhe' fis.t t?lihle the caretall'r 11l, s?''e'i"ll othll'rs II'pesOlnt w.'l'e stlart,? hy haulin g out I in?.e: Murriy. ' o'l fish, wh]ir'l turnvel ilyl, .?ca|l at| 3311. I1iow ti ll lIsh ,' I'' tl l'r"! is nlly i asr th,? ri?',,r i.s d, mile ,liinal. T]h?: .11nd1 is o)nl-'n '" l)5le d[ fuert 'h',,p 'sa'l lio-u va:nls wide. It ii suggstell that tlhe flh wai SIluiepit'ed h1111"' lnl'y ealr;s n;a'o ley 0lo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Federal Labour Party. RUMOURED DEFECTIONS. PRIME MINISTER SCEPTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Federal Labour Party. RIUMOURED liEFECTIONS. PRIME MINISTER SCEPTICAL. It hins heen well ;enows (says the Mol hsouptr " Argus" of l)eemecr I0), ever since the isuculs elected 'lie present Federal Miuhistry, that a numl4': of members' of lthe LaIour party were very'' dissatisfied. Much of this. is satisfaction found vent Iefore tlhe last session closed in free and cabldid criti cism of tle Minister and ltheir ac tions. rFr. Poaler. MI.LR. for Perth, Ihas now intimateIl to tihe Australian L?ahour ]edmrattion, hoeha djun\rntt. .-'rs are at Perth, that hle does not desire to le nominated for selection to again cantest tle Pertlh electorate. Many reasons exist for Mr. Fowler hay inig taken this nction. It is under stood rtlhant the primiar one is l$hit lie considsers that neither ihe lirs La bour Governinot lnor the present olSl have stood as close to tlie principles of thie piarty as they slhould 'have done. Mr. Fowler ihas stat?d that he ihas not lchanged his priniiplee, and that there...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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An III-Fated Expedition ANDREE'S GRAVE. REPORTED DISCOVERY. Copenhagen, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

An Ill-Fated Expedition ANIIREEtS CEAVEI. laoi?uTrd D IsCOV\En Y. t'sltheht.n, November 11. TiL caplait of tlle ])anlish schooner Ing Ehs seat a lietter detEd rieps. .34, frnts tihe idianl sidlle of inlbtdor ilt ireh lh staltes tlha tlle Aimelr'iocan srelOtlcr ]P.ilots. af (tos( eitpio1 BSay, No?-. feotitadttts, tes arriatu thare frost (ope kTttgfttrE is Nertthertt Jot~restr. .Cuptsos Ctth?lker, of s1e Paletlts, aitrl t1ha.t he We ot illlultll t for 1a shortl. -itetelee nnd dliscover^ld, atlout a .luarter'. oa t lllite from the soilre, ta siRlllle ioode cr'(riss aitit the tnlae ".Andres" He duo uder tite cross, saltas hE flatttt lfttotot romtists all II llx?\ ctttioia Itnlt'rs. ttttaihcrdis at Etotfastt Estitat. took part. is the hooting of itse i'ery rxpfttiia'o ?it firsmreenitot. i, stat?ed thllat lte raeltov\tsl ie r.l.oss, lnst woslatti: attt seay it hIe Iland t?.in the Ipeirrs.. It skrLt the Dontish caph tt n ot w hs t lt h . e laune Aatrhcte, onsl tlel ~took a ptilee o~ taettr...

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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Sandown Races. Melbourne, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Sandown Races. Melbourne, January 2. Notwitstanding: the hot and sultry wehther the attendance at the a'bove meeting yesterday was very satisinc. tory. Tie rrsults were : 'Maiden Plate, five furlongs.--MIage, 7.9 (Taylor), 1; Scotch Airs, 7.9 (Lewis), 2; Glutine, 7.9 (Minter), 3. Ilettinu: 7 to 4 Scotch Airs, 2 to 1 aesdge. Won 1ye eight lengths. Time, 1.4*. Jumpers' Flat ]laoe, one mile and a iuarter.-Lion, 9.4 (Thomas), I1; In -terrogator, 9.5 (J'onlsoll), 2; Mola, i.i (Goy), 3.' Nine started. Bet' tinh : 6 to 4 v. Mola, 5 to 2 Lion. Won by foui lengths,. Time, 2.13. Summer Cup, one?mile.-Trelo Vouni, 6.9 (Andrews), 1; Vernice, 9.0 (Har rison), 2; Benburbl, 7.6 (Grace), 3. Six started. BeItting : 7 to 4 v. Venice, 7 to 2 Trelo Vouni. Won by thrlee lengths. Time, 1.45. Steeplechase, 50 sdvs ; two mniles. Groper, 10.12 (Hoyt), 1; Wo<dlea, 9.5 (Scastream), 2; Larrikin, 11.11 (Cosgrove), 3. Retting: 7 to 4 v. Stately, 5 to 1 Groper. Wan by 'three hlngths. Time, 3.58. Sandow...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Warwick Farm Races. Sydney, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Warwick Farm Races. Sydney, Ianuary 2. ]"iu hit linto. i(hlim gireatel the a•:ovg chlih fde its mieetilg todas. 'The ?oir. n ;se as hard. Fillowinl alre tiii results : Holiday 11'iunieap, one nmie:-Spari men, 6.12 (Pike), I lindicta 7.10 (Clayton), 2; Trajcetor, 7.8S (Salker). 3. 'our other. stiarted. Betting: 6 to 4 v. fontcalmn, 3 to 1 Specrimen. Won by threa lengths. Time, 1.424. Farm Stakeis, six fur?longs.--Berbnr. 7.10 (O'Conaell), I ; Bloomey, 8.0 (Hood), 2 ; Metal King, .3 (Buarden). 3. Twelve otthdrs starial. 1t.tting : 2 to 1 v. Berler. ir II bs v a half length. Timii, 1.15. Nursery Handicap, ~th fulrlongs.- Chlorite, 7.7 (,ibghtfoot), 1: Aroslpire, 8.8 (['Lachllan), 2: Doon Lassie, 7:0 (Mopwood), 3. Sesen others started. Betting: 5 to a v4. ]spols, 4 to 1 Chlorite. Won by s neck, Time, ]..4. Litserpool .M3ile.-3etal Kine, R.7 (Tihomns). i; Atatus. 7.7 (Hopwood), 2; Sweetholm, 8.7 (Hood), 3. Fout others startedl. Betting: 2 to 1 Sweetholm, 10 to 1 1etal tKing. Won by a len...

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THE VINEYARD. THE AUSTRALIAN WINE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

THE VINEYARD. I z....x?nmym.? i In e an loutees~ U-rtet bn the Ansstillan wine idneti7:, BSydney 'Morning .Heralld'w-. blhough the vine has been'larly tivated, a innmnerable qtona u have vielded my adeB o galohb of eaome wine in NeW ,iotbhW aln stit far trom belng &a' on q aFrncer he .aThb tktal re by the early aelilera. frobU o~h has bi-ei tranizlttedi parently, torhelG desendeti At S 'sequntly, the 'eimand 'ritbe wlnes of th countroe much as theirmo lead one o pe ?t,.. wines aie of a eoun. "nilt an Inherent gooa ~iaati h Is adinltta ty ME h New Btis"~Whlea ,tbey are',;4ea1E'ea as ·t~iey eh'bejad' be.' ·Bet 4ben:ebv~ onlly some t a4a~unrZ ae n tualitiii atitisr "onge; .ezpot tr56a7eR %habt than onde, the motitnln hlip by wiot ain i efrort to :ictter-iar t wpecnt v t:ri anSouth atralng'i~ S ~Rve to relvels the -tidfthe *igem~jiid wh' are mleld'oat ' thlnthatiigey have toldahlcmwn , 'wbab ~ heaami zat 4 x Plneirowr eclj 4h~Fat~l~nbI wbdii~ei ,tdii the-~rd.'impo~e hathone een ...

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A WORD IN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

A WORD IN SEASON. "Ah, sir," said a gloomy'-lookihg mrinister of the Scottish kirk, ad dressing,a stranger who iwas stand ing on the bridge of the Lord of the Isles as she steamed through the Kyles of Dute, "does the thought ever occur to yo of the great on .ertainty of life ?" "indeed it does," returned the stranger, briskly.; "many tiimes a day." "And have yoi ever i;eflected, sir," went on the minister, " that ire may be launched into eternity inry instant ?" "Yes," returned 'the stranger, " I harve thoughlt of that, and said it, too, thousands bf tinmes." "Indced I" ejaculated the parson. "Then it is possible that I am speaking to a brother nmeenister ?" ''Well, no," answered thie other, promptly. "you are not. If you nust know,, I am the travelling agent of the Royal Lynx Life As surance Association; and, if you are lot assured, I can strongly recom iecnd you to give our oflice a turn. You sill find special ter?rms for minis L·rs in talle K of our plrospectus." A\nd, handing th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Suffragist Scenes in the City Temple. FIGHT IN THE GALLERY. MEN AND WOMEN EJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Suffragist Scenes in the City Temple. FIGHT IN THE GALLERY. MLEN AND WOMEN E'JECTED. (Fromn tho London "Dilly Telegraph," November 13.4 Mr. Birrell spoke at a meeting held at the Ci~ty Temple last night in sup port of Disestablishment. That facst was suffiient to guarantee in 0dvance that there would be Suifragists. amongst the abdienek, and that they would make. their presence unmistak ably known. If there was any doubt on the point it was dispelled the mo' ment the Chief Secretary for Ireland rot on his feet. The ladies had made the most of the:.oceasion, and had taken up prominent .positions in every part of the b'uilding. The early speak ers were heard without interruption; the Suffragists had no quarrel with the object of the meeting. It was the Cabinet Minister th>y had markedi down as their prey, and they wordied hii to such*good purpose that he evidently cut his remarks a?each short. or than 'he had intended them to .e. Before Mr. Birrell sat downm seven er eight wom~en h...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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West Moreton Marsupial Board. REGULAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

W.st Moreton Marsupial Board. REGUIAR MEETING. At a meeting of thie a'bove hoard, held on the 27th Novemlber, thera were prsent-M?ssrs. W. A. Sross (chair man), Gerald' Bynle, P. Dwyer, W. A. Philp, Thos. Speering, anod ihe clerk :nd receiver (F. Norman Cross). Liabilities amounting to £410 9s 7d .ere passed for payment, and Ba fuEfn .ity of correspondence was read and lealt witl. CLERK'S REPORT. The Clerk's report, as follows, was read and adopted : "Sir,-I have the honour to report (hat since ithe last meeting of the joard, on the 24th July, itb?writing ip of the assessment register for 1907-8 has l-cn completel, and as :essment heoticea have been sent to all persons returning 16 head do stock and over. Y.ou will see by reference o the assessment register for 1907-6, tnet'. th assessmtern for thu year arounts to £954 Is 4de, and, . wth the arrears carried forwaed £265 14e Ed, make a -sum of £1219 15s 3d, which, \ith the endowment. due and prospective, £312 1~e 8d, together with th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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A WOMAN'S CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

A WOMAN'S CURIOSITY. ----+ Iy ALBERT II. GREEN, Author of "Twro Men and a Women" "Vendetta," Etc. Constable Mullings paced slowly illown Coleman Slreet, City. Ihrlint thi. last few nights lie haid beent aiid to cnliven lhe hours of darkness h1l a few "lillnUtee' chat with the care taker of us1e of the large blocks o ollcs. lIle saw a light in olle a thle grollnd-floor ollices, and stopliet. by the door. It was closed, atL it a few mlinutes tile caretalkecr apllteil ed alld nodded to tile colistamle. "At it again ?" queried ttlullings irnclininlg his head towarids tihe win dow. "Yes," replied the caretalker, "lul I don't think he'll be long lnow, I heard him moving about. All thit week he'A been late .like this," hi continued, "lut I don't mind," li ilakes it all right with nme; only I reckon he'll knock himself ull if li isn't careful. He's worried o\rli something or other; decent chap, too." He stood on one side as thie sub ject of discussion came out. "I've left thle light on, Wil...

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CARRIED BODILY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

CARRIED BODILY OUT. Mr. Bireell, resuming his speechl, rc marked that he had no desire to ob trude himself for a single mement upon an audicue which did not wish to hcar him. He had said no nioe than this wh?n a woman sitting in the gallery, n-ar tl;e clock, loudly interjected, " Votes for women !" Four or five stewards at once approached her, and as she persisted in her in terruptions mid rIfused to leave, they seized her and eommenccd to barry her up the stairs to the door. She fought desperately, nld hier hat and clotbing got awry. Two or three male sympathisers joined in the fray in her belhalf, and tile extraordinary seene was witnessed of men squaring up to one another in full view of a crowded audience assembled in one o! the City's most hallowed places of worshlip. Pushing away every now and then the hand pressed upon her mouth, the woman kept shrieking eat, "I don't care if you kill me," but was at last, though not without great difficullty, carried ortside: A man seat ed n...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
ADRIFT IN A BOAT. TWO BOYS' EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

ADRIUT IN A BOA'Z. * TiO BOYS' EXPE~I~XcE. ' After drifting in an.open boat for two days and nights in the Bristol Chan nel, with scarcely, any food, a Barn staple lad, named William Roeiles, was picked up by the tug Ludovied on .Sat urda'., 28th July, and landed at Barry. When rescued Rowles was lying in the bottom of his boat unconscious, but he revived afterwards. Rowles left Swanseg in a punt on Thursday to go aboard a schooner, asnd while looking for the vessel a wave washed the small boat out into the bay. He had only one oar, and could make no headway against the current There was a strong westerly gale blowing, the sea was running very high, and he was drenched by the rain. He spent Thurs day night in the bottom of the boat bailing out the water.. "When daylight came," said Rowlea on Saturday, "I found I was on the open sea. No vessels were coming near me, and throughout the dgy I was tossed about on the open sea. In the evening a sailing ship appeared within a mile of me. I...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
AFRICA. ITS EARLY CIRCUMNAVIGATION. THE FRENCH STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

AFRIca 'Aq. ITS EARLY. CIRCIIUMN.AVIGATION. THE FRENCH STORY2 . : A most romantic story csetierning,t discovery of an early Egyptian 'ircum navigation hf Africa is told '?y t?hb 'Times"' Paris Correspondent. Itiseems that M. Bpurlant, the late hed fit the French Institute of Oriental Arehb -' logy at Cairo, who dledinh 1902,-left' twfo scarabs, which hli' widow' sold. One'of these scarabs was engrpved 'for King Neehao II. to commemorate the voyage of Peteneith ('tbe famous iprl plus mentioned by Herodotus")"' rdund Africa. The details of the voyage are given by the explorer himself'on the second scarab. . 'The Egyptlian eplyorer himself is the spokesman, and lie is, happily,. more 16 quacious than was the king w;hom. he served." says the 'Times." "After a:' long enumeration of his various dis-, tinctions, the Royal envoy describes the... stages of his journey. He started. in the year 8 of King Nechao from the Red Sea, and lavigated tovards, -the land of Punt, which is frequently men...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
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