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OUR LEADING NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

OUR LEADING NEW'SPAPERS. The "Age" (Melbourne) which pro duces a nett annual income oi £60,000, was valued foe prolate purposes a.t £361,530. Tlhe Sydney "Daily Tele graph," which provides its shaie holders with an annual profit of about, £40,000, is valued by investors, ac cording to the marklet price of shares, at £1,000,000. Evidently the probate officers do not always get right home on the victim !

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
UNIQUE PICTURE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

I uI9UE PIf"TiE CO?PA?b. Accordieg to an advertisemnrnt' hi our columns the Unique Picture Coinr paly, under the manageament of Mrr Harry Spiers, wdIL open: in the Farmi era' Hall, Bosewood, on Wednesdi?y, the 6Oth instant. On Thursday night the company will appear in the Vic-. toria Hail, Laiedley, and ~a thedpllow" ing evening in the Sclhool c .x Gatton. The pictures were res?ertl shown in the Town Hall, Toowooista, and are spoken of by a' Dons:a con temporary as beikn particularts -s'ad and clear, the large audience thorou ghly enjoying,. the pqrfornmance. The pictures include "The hamppgne Tn dustry," "The Conscientious Mtusi can," "The Baron's Crime,," "Sti.o phast," "Dowry Hunting," "The Febi fled Bobbies," "Th6 Oonei?rate Cabby," and ."Jimmy,.as abeenatinf Garlic." Three very/capable artists are withi the company in Mi?s.Tea5?ie' Denxey and Mr. Joe Charles (rain :the Theatre Royal, Brishame), and. ' Walter Jamieson, from the Stfande?ad Theatre, Sydney. ' The prices?ol?' ad. -...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Sitting on a Fire. UNCOMFORTABLE EXPERIENCE. Bathurst, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Sitting on a Fire. UNf'Ol11'ORTT..BLI .E i"x PERlI CECE. Ba.thurst, D~onem',m 3,f). "Two mn Iatliiii 1T wlc inti no. t.,-]nv l vi nd : n. ce ,xPl\rm e',. Th'y .'ime tlleu~ t.in llnrni. ' . v ilnd i nlllll? ti ea-' s, i.oh ttitzi n ? h?ti whi els .w,.ire 'l'hey" conlldoned th,, j-urn11 '.11 and ,ne: ma;.n f,'lt une*ndi(,,tablyv warm111. Loo01 iienhg tat. ii I inoet zeta1 itsittl fr,'l th tip ,f tie e .iil. l im-' I ably tiit juml,"l lI) hlihe .rund, and iis h' liil s, IIlames lhot ltup floan, the splt thlrle le ta il , tI, ;d.tl. 'laht e i tc u itjied thl., thires., unlotioi tihi o : i n I a rl:t Ii'igw :l t1Ie I'mitt ,ggicn to a ?i Ill m h a a imle . dis tan t. tnd exltinigimhitihl tlh Ilatis. Otile tim tal-te tls ti-aiir iti-ti tiaw '. nll'eIli c. -'ch e oli lls 'uf rlh' fil"'r iI ti anyvt r..-r"vi'"%thdw, Alarnih? Ill¢rakld."

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
A SOCIAL COLUMN INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

A SOCIAL COLUIIN INCIDENT. Some time ago (says "The Citizen"), as.? ashionabhlo lady of this city (Too-. wosmba) found it necessary to ].ec ture an editor. It appears that tbhe lady intended to visit the seaside, and, following the usual custom, she sent a note to tile editress of the " cial Column" informing her of this visit. The news was duly inserted, but on the lady's return to Toowoomnba she visited the newspaper office, and de manded' an exiplanation. The journal ist was bewildered, and askeod what was the matter. Then tlhe indigmont Ind showecd himn icmmedliately below her pnragr·ltw another to the eflect ihat Miss Szaond-So stnd Miss Whoisit,i her cook and her ltoaieinaid, ? were visitingatihe seaside. They, too, had sent a note, and theirs, too, had been in s·rtes. We cvery much doubt if the lady has evcn yet recovered from the shock.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Chinaman's Christmas Gitf. SENDS RAW GOLD TO HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Chinaman's Christmas Gitf. - - * : SE'TDS RAl(l GOL) TO IIS .iOTlII-? An inleresties prloseCition under tll Gold a-uyers Act. took iplace i tihe I)istrict Court y-esterday (says It'i; day's Mrelbourtei '"Age.') Proce-edings te're t nkeln against two Chlinese, anf: ed 31e Sking, a storeteepler, trolino as Sun Queon Shing, at L20l, Little Bouske-street, and Ack Goon, a furni ture pohliltr, on n chargoe thlat, con trary to seetion 3s of the Act, the; f~iled on 1eih and 22nd Demcen~or to antisfy Detective Sl4lnnam,- that they had lawfully cons bIy £150 worth of retorted gold whichdl was in theilr pas session on 19th. ?Ir. eleneh.e (instructed ;y the Crown Policitor) prosecutetd, and Messrs. A. Rolin.tson and Pautl (in structed Iy Sir. Brunt iRolinson) ap peared on" behalf of Slece Shtng tnd Ack Goon reepectively. MAh Metny, Chinese tuechiant ?nd Cus toms aseot, of Swia.nton-stretst, stat ed that on 9th D-ee-atmler OCua Slling lhrought' the iohl hox ptroduoed to hitt, rltatin that it con...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Postal Precepts. USEFUL HINTS FOR LETTER-WRITERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Postal Precepts. USEFUL HINTS FOR LETT"ER WRITERS. Postage rates on letters in Quemens? land are-On town letters, Id per Bot; beyond the town limits, 2d per loz. On letters-for all other places with in the Commonwealth and XTew Zea land, 2d pen joz. To the United Kingdom, 2d per dez. All articles sent by post that are valuable, or that may be reqoured to be traced, should be reei-tem?. For short nmssages, or trnd,, orders, use Post Cards; yout walll ind them convenient and cheap. Parcels are limited, to ilb iveight. Postage in Queensland,; d per It, 3,d each additional lb, Inter-§tate, 8d 6b, Gd each additional lb. Late letters mnay. be posted 15mm, nfter mail closing timeR: they mtayt ?e also posted. in or for the t.p.o.s. and in the late letter boxes at the rail way station. Late fees on letters is, within the Commoiwealth ld each; beyohn the Commonwealth, a single rate of poet-. age.; Newspapers, posted within the Con monwealth for delivery therein ,. and for New Zealand. jd per ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

· . S?·.-"o?· t~~ The Queens~n~~~ 7 . Q , , edch nD Jo. the of thedA fr SibSC --id. i n -r ·tfeee:btia:3ti sh~iing I) tih ate on the-~.h,: as Il 110th september, ius ts liiohs:clri plo' ONL by glvin* n-~btie GU~t1ENTbU~o~~~tl1 flingle-0opie s n formed ide B~ held ?~SN~X f for same. All Adv~iend~p for Theatrilcal, iroust be prpi.&N s9~ can be miade toiA 'iile scale : hree ne .V /..." I." ,-;:" Four lines ee. Sline ........ .., ?. ; ? · . S? ix e. .....i..ne ....:.s... . . : 0 . . eoigat lines. parying the, linea ,heis for.every s-uo eein"g n ie he6 el dersementi nalts:+.ihe reokied aotud: aid lowerargeihan :Os :,. · i ad.on the . du4e .ol ioh-.eal't :. tBirths, dIarriages, IDeathis, : ' In ndemoriasa c otines 2s Od each inser. en, the Proprietors. dke 0?,er , v .?...o th.eselves r-vesieo?h pfloit ronipb-n paruingthe eattse n oextra e beog.'?' pisuc o advertisements may "hi{?tab +.... Is br. evedy four ain~ is onrde. n ie ous othe ie othens tlhe s8.d"ibr times they ae tno lseo...

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

S Private Sales. H. A. CAMPBEIL'S PmpFERTY -*J IAST.. LIVURPOOL HSTATE-A splendid Six roomed Houne, Wash-house, Spare room, 2 Tanks. Area of. Land, 42 Perheos. One of the best positions. Handy to Railway Workshops. Splen did Tes.n can be given with this Property. BOOVAL-New Eigbt-roomeid House, near Railway Station. Good Terms. BOOVAL?GJust oBf Brilebane-road, 4 splen did Allotmenats. Only a few minu teo, walk from Railway Staion. To he had sheap. H-ARIKN-BOAD-A splendid Six-r'oomed la?ose, bay .wi~dows. Area of Land, QinQ.artei Awe. Good Torms. AEBTONE-STRIEET--New Sixroomed touse. 'Wlts 82 Perches of Land. Oily 'iifew minnutee' walk from Rail sray staittb wn.-bo aoiRIOK-SBTREET-The well - know "' Ra-dence of Mr.' T. H. Thomas. The 3e,' position in Ipowich. RE-MS. SBERNOI-An up-toedate Agricultural :,?srmf W.160 Acres; watered by Brisbae ~asier; 00 Acres under cul .Ivttion.' New Five-roomed House, ' .B , Heay-shed,' Dalry-house. ,?Stock yrds, pAyi, and other Buildings. Cod Titma. -...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
A NOVEL MOTOR-CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

A: NOVEL _MOmER-CAR. The appeeranedin the skeets pi Ipswich on Saturday morning of in: auto-Juggy cretled a good deal of ib., terct among iese?.-rby. Th r. chine iwhi6h resembles an ordiney light buggy in" all pariculars, excest that it is shaftess, and is drive by a motor-engine; instead of 1iei~ dranH . by a hors6 was importd" frmiin' t~io makers, the Holsmane Auth 'Companyr, of Chicafrr, fnised States, by Mr. F. Colville, of Charters Towers. Mr;" COl. ville,?who has had somedeperienore with raotor-cara, came to Bristaris to take delivery of the vehicle some days agh?, and before again returaining North, where he in~tends to use tie oar, he is visiting some of the se-side towns arid counmitry centres artoud Biiebane. In tr main tho vehicle has the charaz teristics of'a brUggy, rather than of a motor-car, the body being mo .ntel on high wheels, wh'~ a? fitted with solid rubber tyrca--two important ad vantages which led to its adoptidn by Mr. Colville. The high wheels give a clearan...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE BEST GOVERNED COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

THE BEST GOVERNED COUNTRY. Speakieng at the Hirhlend Gathering in Sydney, on New Tear's Day, the Prime Minister (Hon. A. Fisher) said that Australia was better governed ihan any other country in the world. Referring to unification, Mr.' Fisher remarked that the electors had it in their power to lessen the number of Parliaments. He saw nothing to die. turb the political horizon for soins time to come.: ir. ,Fisher added tata he would not complain i1 the people determinid" in favour' of there being only two parties in each of the Par. liaments. MHn considers tAhat lablur has vastly nproved it~i position in Sttei poitiCes in VeCtbr.ia. ?.,. ? ? . . .,,? : " ,

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

A t*io of persons appeared before the Police Magistrato, at the Ipswioh Police Court, on Saturday morning last, to answer to charges of drank enness. Two wdre first offenders, one of shom was cautioned and dischalrg ed, hut the other, J. Prentice, wets fined Zs, as his offence was regarded as being mnore serious in that he was in charge of e horse end cart at the time he was arrested. 'The other de fendant was W. Evans, asginst wvhom there wenr several previous convic tions. With a snmile, Senior-Sergeant King (who conducted the pros~cution in each case) remarked, "This is tie defendant's first offence this year." T"he Police Magistrate was 'merciful, and discharged the ddefendant, alter havina admonished Irim, although he informed him that he "would not get off so lightly again."

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
KINDNESS REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

KINDNESS REWARDED. '"'Juliette," writin to tbhe "Richmdond Ti?pmeso declares that this incident hal? peeed to a iritnd of heis. $he eas at Oircur Qay, Sydney, and noticed an od mtan lai up again'st a post; and apparentl vdiy drsn,?s. However, something unusual ahbut him struch her; ndshe turnadh'.ack. "Are you 8i)1 "Yes ! will you get me a cab, everyone bas passed me icy 'thinking I an 'drunk," "Julietke's" foreiled j6 the old man into a cab and told the driver to d-rie to E~acluarie-sire~e 'the' ol? i An as~d hetr her name, and where ae' li7ed. One morning later s pe reoaiva b po4 a beauitiful; diamond ring. The old man was a* stranger passing througl Sydney.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
SET THE BABY ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

SET TH~ BABY OI ~IR.. Phob.daer. of smoking. in a wi d *whee other.?peopI are npar, upless the pipe ip s covered . or the tpbacco kept well pressed down, wass eeinapil hiee 'tebither sdav on one 6o tie ex cursion steaniers. A balby which 'lihd been asleep on its 'mother's lAp siu dejilytawoke with a screaui; rid .!at the '.ese moment several passeogeri c~ited out, .ischikd is on Isere,' ? piece of amoilderhig tobacco hadtaen blown from a pipe e" to the ifan!t's daiss, . i which- it bUrsit a 1arg itle wpet' e gdeg ethe aby's chi on,0 which a lnrgi bistef appeared. otp atkly a Tsthr icli p ctisgrh the sapggl evig cloth, and piere acij was appited to (hq jaby neck. Io'puis elieted the Iact that the spark had come frrom a Pine. 5~hil was be~jing siahuid y 'the intant's Ipther, an al 1o?out Aothihg was sai4 in publdc hui elsoel , ecei ved a el-deserv . lee ture whept he got homne.-' CourierJ/P

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Our Esk Letter. THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Our Esk Letter. (From Our Own Correspondent.) "-7 THE fOLTDAYS. Christmas passed vory quietly. A very large eupjnber availe. tinnseoles oad the holidayf so sp nxm titritanos at the sea Elde, and,bove.not yet retauned. New er'es-. .Eve 'witnessed tlhe lsual da?ri hance al usherintg in abs new year Wdlflr Sreworkr and the ringing of bfells, . but everyoiS behaved in an orderly manner. not evea a drunk haitug Io toce Ste tolls.•' THE'VWEATHER. iDaiagn Lbs whloe of Ob1ieohas week h'e beat hans beem excesslve. New Yeoar's yabeing extra hnot. As hi~gh as 'tbdcg. the ahade wa.? rOgistered.C Duining :te ilternoon ~th?ers as a s~lght. Indieationi, aeo 'a torm, lInt lbs cloaude diseerud. 01a ' a e swllm?ng do?t con tinune dthroughout the night. BElK ClC"KET OIUB. On Wednenday ehesing a general meet2 ant sl members of the above club nwas held i(p the, Sdhool of Arts. ?r. W. A. Shay, vice-president, occupled the ohair, lk there. wos a g?,ot nlin?lamce o members. The tslanrc-sll?tut was sue ml?l...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
106 Years Old. INMATE OF BALLARAT BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. BIRTHDAY ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

106 Years Old. ITSUATE OF BALLARAT BENEVO LENT ASYLUM. lBIRTHDAY ON ONEW YEAR'S DAY. A elbourne, January 1. ;There is n inmtilate of the Ballarat I.enevolent Asylum who arrived in Aus thalia 90. years ago. Todray, he cele hmtod his 106th birthday. Be is a Dublin 'man, William ar?vood by name. Only 12 months aio his wil? died. They had been married 77 years. iarwood wa. one of the party which fixed the bpundary line between New South WNleso aned South Australia.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE KAISER'S LATEST. NINDUS EQUINUS: OR, "THE LETTER THAT BILL WROTE." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

THE KAISER'S LATEST. NINDUS EQUINUS: OR, "THE LETTER THAT BILL WROTE." (An obscure fragmIent, translated, with roro taLtios, from the Latio of Juideaus Aptnha, t.se Horse Marine.) This is the Letter that Bill wrote. (Vester veraciter Gunlielmnus, R.I.) 'I. This is the Lord who got the Letter that Bill wrote. (Tweedli Ostla.) , III. This is the Paper that went .for the Lord who got the Letter that Bill wrote. (Anllla Tempora.) IV. This is the Nest that was found by the Paper that went for the Lord who gdt the Letter that Bill wrote. (Nlndus Equinus.) V. This is the Mare that lay in the Nest that was found by the Paper that.went ior the Lord iWho got the Letter that Bill wrote. (Equa Marina.) VI. These are the Fools who backed the Mare that lay in the Nest that was found by the Paper that went far the Lord who got the Letter that flia wrote. (Emeriti mwlites. Luridi scrptdres, elt sill ejusdemn renlis.) This is the Storm that was raised by the Fools whlo backed the Mare that lay in th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
CONCERNING EDITORS. A DISCUSSION OF JOURNALISTIC ETHICS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

CONICERlJVMD EDITORS. A DIrsZg roS0N OF JOURNALJSrZC W'EZICS. S"'Dial" under the heading "A Ragmatic Snction." discusses the ethics of Journalism. "The first attempt to produce a news Darin America was made in Boston, on 25th Se'ptember, 150," it writes. "The sheet was entitled "PublUe Occurrence," and was ? upr d by the authorities after the appearance of the tat issue. Only one copy of that single issue is now -o-wn to be In elxistence, and is pre served in the Public Record Office in 'andon. "The aims of the venture were sue Cincly set forth, and among them we find the following:-'mThat something may be done towards the Curing, or at least the Charming of that Spirit of hing, which prevails among us, where fore nothing shall be entered, but what we have reason to believe is true re pairlng to the best fountains for'our In formactBon. And when there appears any material mistake in anything that is col lected, it shall be corrected in the next" GOfD INTENTIONS OF US. JOURNALISM. 'm...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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A HIGHLY PLACED OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

A HIGHLY PLACED OFFICIAL. An amusing story of Mr John Hurns is told by "Independent" In this week's "British Ctongregationalist." A master on the staff of a London secondary school was accustomed to take his Iboy. to Battersea Park for games of football and cricket. A small tip to the police nan was found a coppor (If not al golden) key to the Le't ilitcl?es, and tile small children of the district were turned off to allow the boys to play. One day the policeman paw the master and his class approaching. and began to clear the ground. His Ia tention received a rude check. A Fte torian voice from some entghhoring trees cried, "Leave those kfdd'es alone. The park is for them. and they shall not be turned off." And down clambor ed the President of the Local Govern ment Board!

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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International Football. THE RUGBY UNION TOUR. MATCH IN FINANCE CANCELLED. London, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Intprnational Football. TBHE RUGBY UNION TOUR. IMAlTCH IN FIANCE CANCELLED. (By Ceble Mpsage..) - London, January 2. In coilsCqcuellc of tld rigorous lvpa tLher now prevailing, the snatch whch was to have ?ean 'played hy the Wel !abies against the Colonhes Ci,01 in France, has Boei cancllted.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Burns and Squires. A FOUR-ROUND SPAR. STATEMENT BY BURNS. HIS LAST APPEARANCE IN AUSTRALIA. STILL WILLING TO FIGHT JOHNSON. BURNS ENTERTAINED. Sydney, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Burns and Squires. -: o:? A FOUR-]IOUNID qUPAl. SSTATIEMENT B'Y BURNS. HIS LAST AI'PPIEAIANCE IN AUSTRALIA. STII.1. WILI'G TO FIGHT lIRSN~ SON. BURNS ENTERTAINICIB. (By Telegraph from Our Corresponden?.) Sydlas. .TaInuary 3. On Saturdanny n ler.noon anst Burns andl Squires enI?aged iil ta olal-round iplir tL the Stl:ium in the ltrusee of 50:10 splls tars. )tlriillg tine atteialOO aBurns nradressa:l Lin' tsssalelel d elnr?te. aold saied tht.1 n11. a rtlle, nsollle pe?ple liad 110no tlile for a l til, l ul l u hl? fIcalllta' thin to 1t 'I, treel, wtitSh the Anlldrailnn putllec, and he apprlclniate it hfritm die l)natoma of his heart. That wouid le lila last ag I'erallc' in oal Al?l?isalian ring, Iland if .Jlolnison refilted n' tio 'silll i11notsoir hbinRI it 'ounla e1o lila o. t l appear'l . nelle hi any 0in5 ii ihl world. SSau.? rilay iltliht Ilii' wta on ,al'

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