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A Financier Convicted. BUSINESS DISHONESTY IN AMERICA. AUDACIOUS FRAUDS REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
A Financier Convicted. BUSINESS DISHONESTY IN AMERICA. AUDACIOUS FRAUDS REVEALED. , The San FrAncisco correspondent of the Melbourne "Age," uncder date No vcniber 6, '?rites : An'ther 'fianoeier and budiness man d the Urt prominence; Charles ' W. Morse, of New York, hes bean con victed of criminnl practices and, sen tenced to.lb yea s' imprisonment. Un til a year Ago 3Iorse was one of the dominant figurer of. tib American "busiess world. Hewas at the head . e'Of4h ice trust, was theo owner of larger Atlantic coast phipping interests . th ei~Y other men, and was con sis.tc lth several bg.banks. A 'New yor4kou c SEe joind him guilty ~f?hjnappri~spri franges, and howef s otrse, lsooked up to a e Ntasnl of a. n. of large afh. airs A .integI. rLty, des fomde presidento of? he mlank, who· wase treed w~ith- Morse, s5 t~ound guilty o' tihe same off emcee., The titiieitsmon3t iii the cans tack a e~e~ iat wide range, an~d showe : rity, desdsndcd to nil kinds of niean a nd siady tricks in his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
HIEARNE S"WR~ The Famous Remedy for Coughs,. Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma & Consumption Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sulfferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Difflliculty of Breathing, Hloarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief; and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation, in the Tlhroat 'and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough nor Asthma to become chronic, nor Consump tion to develop. Consumption is not known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as, taken at the beginmung, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a c.mnplete cure is certain. 8mall Size, 26; Laroge Size, 46. Sold by all Chemists and Modicine Vendors, and by th6 Proprietor, wv. c ~iu.;: .Chomist,...
NEED FOR APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
NEED FOR APOLOGY. It was one of the few "oft" 'seIsons of a well-known Scottish football cllll. a club that had furnished uot a few In lernolionnllsts. A precocious youth was acting :s gulide to a amwmerelal traveller, and. while tiloting hin through tlte streets, kept up a romnilg comment on all the sightsll. At last the commercial ventured to remark. "Andl you boast of a football dlub. too, I be lieve?" Thie boy hesitated. tient. In al undertone, replied, ""'e used to! we apologise tort nool" --" Dundee \Weekly."
CURIOUS FACTS ABOUT YOUR SENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
CURIOUS FACTS ABOUT YOUR SENSES. --+----- if you shade tuhe eyes yol wesaken yur slnse of lhearing. Tr'y it withll 'a \llli. and the 1eslItL will stir ' ' .i If you silI ii glees ol tohl walutl'. yo wi\ill illil'na?, i'or" i Sh rti l Itil 111" J.n r if isi'ion. Ih tull it e m nh ilti scater, 3011 Iill p lly st ' u 1 ia 30111 S'1 tl , .eiln 5litl - similllrE cIriouls luts about Lti- Sti ses are told 1by' phlysiologists. I'llENIOII,:-ON O1F SOUND. T'licre is a nlultiude of soundsi nlalel inl tihe 5world ey dn'ay, for in •i"lanci, which se cannot huear, hlow lecl ctlie tliey nay lie. 15\-cl'y ililllill lilust last a certain tile in order to lie hellld 1iy the ear. If it is nil exIriclillly feeble sound, it IllustL last quite Le'o seconds; or ."e I' h-llll t?ar it. ]lt, nlo iuialter how. Jiiig it lasts, we cenliot. hear it if it is a very' low or a very high litl e. E,? treiiely i?l SII il l niilil nlllil. Slch lhigh notes tllatL we le-ill hear Ihlel. Somie lColile cnniol eniŽ hear I th...
INTER-STATE NEWS. Victoria. WASHED OFF THE ROCKS. Melbourne, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. -. . (By Telegraph from Our Clia ontiat Victoria:· :;T·:' WASHRED OFF ThE ROCKS. - Melbaurne, Jaarr 2;: A party of picnickers, consisting ati' Mr. H. R. Ivesn and familj, and.i Chinnery and family, eem spendlng. yesteaday after?on at Shelly .Boa?e Warrnansbool. Mr. Eve s was explorink the rocks, ;hen a big wave washed; him off. "Mr. Chinery's son plunged,: into the watler, and managed to get ' hlold of Mr. Ives, and helped hblmr t reach the edne of the rocks again, and then another wave swept over' thb pair, and separated them. Mr. Ives. sankl, and IMr. Ohl!aery was carried seaward bly the nackwash. It 'was imn?' pos.iblo for him to land again,; bit.' after a great straggle, heraated l to get rouid to a fairly she? ??: spot, where three men h?a?led himsl aos?ore by means of a rope. Tibe dis:' rle5ing incident was witnessed by Jr. Ies's wire and daughter. Printed and Publshsd hy the QUEEMNS? LAND TIMES. LTMITED, at tlb "Quseeland "?tmes" Newspaper 01 1 flee, corner ...
Coominya Cattle Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
Coominya Cattle Yards. . For some considerable time past the Coominya cattle-trudking yards' been found to be too small the recommendation of jrj.' Hill they have l~adn enlr such a way that they have proved the positions for jem ing to entruin cattle and ?ai % it worst for those wishing to drain pigs. In relation to This '5 have been asked by the 'leeretep of the Coominya Progress Aesocaiosx to publish the following letters ?~ t Connmisloner for Railwa .:- ,. "CoonMinya, DeMucer .9, "Deer. Sir,-Z am ,insatrou~edf O association to write you:, again re provements for. loadingp l?`g at ?' minya. 'There are imnprc~ivesuin .?ow in progress at the cattlseyrdis it' Coesninya which may impr sov thsna for cattle. 'but make it veryawkwete if not impossible, to git pieagvets into the yard; and I :iould ,es fore call your attention $.toi~ei gent ne?essity for carrying of these tio improvsmeemsnfiet Sit gate at the leastlern. a?i:ef % S4 to allowi aggons into -ie , The gate now be reted vent it ...
SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
sALVATION· Amer n issioy . .-A 16 days' mision; eomloucted by AdBiuant ovelo,?cck s : itoli mienored yesterday in .conne~tion with'f local ctpe of .the Slati'on Armit. T:here Wen good oi ions at the morn ipg, A~~~~~ aRi~·i~a 'set.o~; in the norping, lldjultant 'fj;tc~~et'I~lt livered a idciedly ii impressive ao~ , basel on the biblical story'dGi3io O . At the outsets he 'pee h ie'om hei thop that the coogregations iou\l ro-Appr- - ate with the Army in brin1g·i shu a great ruvival in 'ip swieh. 'A;ti 4jis! afternoon servioc lie t aok las '*uii-' ject the story o 3od y rnei4 (with the w?ean o'f S?hoa and'(atio tho eeGin service ' the bextid 'w he iectd from beut, xxvilil,-" A' a Att.- hail ecme to 'jas, k f thou' shlt hlieaken diligently into the voice >a the Lord thy Godto observse and'to do ilI his commandments which I commaiid theie thsi da, that the 'Lord thy Giod wil set thee on high above all nations of the earth." tthe mission will be con tinued tonighi.
THE GREENWOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
THE GIEEENWOODS. A nudier of patrons attended Green wood's Moving lCeatro in the Lime stone-street sports ground last night, then a acreod conocrte was rcndered by that company. Those present were" treated to an excellent progrpmnme, which included Gounod's "Ave Marie," *sung by. liss Aatha Greenwood. Miss Miaribel Groenaood's fino voice was heard to advantage in Tosti's " Good Byp." Another meritorious iten was "The Holy City," sang. by Miss Bob erta Greenwood. Mr. Bob Green wood subtitted some appreeaiate de sc'iptive songs. From Ipirwieh, tlioGreen woods intend to go to Toowoomba.
MELBOURNE CRRISTMAS MESSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
MELBOURNE CRRISTMAS M.ESSAGES. On Christmas Eye and Christmas Day 30,751 messages and 1006 caltes ere receivled and transmitted at .ihe Ifelbourne telegralh offies. 'This is . record. At tbe post-office on lonesiiht 305,60 letters were "lrbugit. in by mnetropoplitan clearers. Durr ' . ?½t mans week 6459 bags of mails .were're ceived, and 5351 inland bags' were de spanteled. Nearly 2,000,000 ltt6ts'wcre brought in by pillar-clehaifs.
OLD-AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
OLD-AGE PENSIOINS. We hrave leen desired to mietion that Seijor-Srge~a it Inag will pay the amounts due to the Ipsawich old-age pensioners for Deceinler at 11 a.m. to day. The aggregate of the pensions payable in .the city for that month is £335 13s lId, whilst . the total to be paid as 'indig~ice 'allow ince is £30 17s 6d. '
Surprise Party AT MR. C. SCHIMKE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
Surprise Party AnT MIt. C. SCITIMTKE S. , Writig 'from Sandlly Crok vin (oonn " _ya 1 uodter' dtale icellctdtr ,0, a corle. Ipotdent says iA iloNrdy, consltillg of ablotlt 20 pleronls, o s.elllbl l last even In, and Inalehtod to lt l' r'sidtrtnt of "Mr. Scnimtakamd m naily to takh Othli liy fiebh tle)" succedtlred in' doing, t r were all snitnot on t40 ve.rn working .uniforms tradiog Ohiod SIcsanl- ussCing I' liltuchl tl*moa tis-nohtnso?t xisg coolest, trou 'l cn l aixrd on ten ver ' itida r in Ironot o iltuto. WIry stro :.o completely nurprisoed that. they cotild Itot for sonme tiftfe retiftee. ohat won Ite. snhao r, onam of tthin riuaniinit lor 'Mueir 'shuoes, others for wp?'aing al pdrol, aund sone .Pjyifg " i??t's 'ip ?" '.W.a. ole :t?ygl 5j.er'? a? a d so forth. Evonanty. s:il beiot ,hertIlG y wel~omned. the Sdituke taltg adjoufmtn.o40 t heir dretminyiioitttt. 'wh01ls t gtthtelritig tcde eit tray to - ho Spiartsla dining-lroom. to Get it in oeadtness for a lost louror' o!ang ne...
FIRES AT WOODFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
FIR.E]S AT WOOtF:ORD. On We.dnesday nic rt about S o'clock a fire occurr c in the Bushiman's Arms, Paddy'. Pinch (writes the "Ciiur ir's'" Woo lfor1 coaniispinient), thu oulltbrak Ihriig rlanuil Iy a lighted icon:ll, coiing inti rintact with Raolne wi?dow curtains. After n 'tittle trou ble thue flames were extiigunehod with out any considerable damage. At theL private residenoe of Mrs. A. fLann, Woodford, on the same night, a sim ilar fire occurred, anld buht for the oromini sc aof 3Lr. [I'L-an serious luaaes mig'ct live occurred.
Goolman Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
Goolman Shire Council. TJde monthly mseetilii of the Gool man Shire Council was .held in the shire oflne, Boonah, on Saturday last. There. were prcsent-Crs. W. Farley (Chairman), E. W. Schlablon, J. H. Gesler, A. J. T. M'Kay, J H. C.'Schubring, P. J. Sweanoy, C F. oliter, and -J. Lotz, with 1tbl clerk'TMr. M. Ba~low) and Itlh ovvr seer (Mr. Otto Zingleman). An apology for unavoidable absence was received from Cr. Bell. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence was dealt with as follows : From the Home Secretary,: asking the reasons for the council's decision to abandon the proposal to suastitut, a stone crossing, for the Iproposed Kent's Lagoon Bridge. Tile Chairman expressed the opinioi thlat na ridge scoult' be a more substantial strue.c ture. It was decidedl to forwarl a reply, stating that a stone crossing would not be suitable, as there woulJ "- a likelihood of its lkeing washed away by flood water. From tihe Departi'rit of L.andls, stating that the Crow intcended to iesume, for road purp...