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LARCENCY OF FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

As being one -ol the e6et spots available on the premises., ..portion of the back verandah of St. Paul's. rectbry, has, of klate; bhee. utilied ?a? a lardber. Located there is a ' sae,: in whlich . the edibles for the houne hold are kept. Ohi Siida% t wasi stocked with the requisites for thlne table on the ilolio - day, and3 the oecupants 0f the diodse ehtlced %es bed without any misgivings as to the source of their food supplies on tle . Sunday.. To their conmtes'natin it was discovered, early on 'Snpday morning, that the cupboard was-bare -bare that is so far as viotials are concerned, ais bare, indeed, as was Old pother lnbbaV's cupboard when he lisi ti seeui* -eVen sa J aon.Jor her dog. It appears that on Sat urday night, or durin? the early hours of Sunday morning, some person or persons entered: the premises, opened the safe, removed therefrom the whole of the edibles, anje, arried them A o. The result was that, on A Sunday morning, when all the business houses wete closed the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

TIHS PAGE RESERKVED FORK CRIBB & FOOTE. .HOW TO BECIN THE NEW YEAR WELL,. ··: · . . b AT Cribb & Foote's. :'? . ··. " ,, . .. S:i We O.fer Special Inducements TO-DAY. 0per sent. SPECIAL DISCOUNT off all Remnants in our , 't":'?UAPERY D~EPARTMENTS until further notice. We hare a emall It rf Perfume Caskets adt lHaberdashery Ncvelties to clear at 1r?Oper cent. Ducounnt off marked pr:ces. ~8 per cent. Discount off all lieb' Hand Bage during Janua ry. tinon rTAITLORING DEPART MIENT we are giving a 10 per cent. Die P? m fot oit all SUITS ordered during tlie ionth of Januay. -:;We hares avery fine range of BUITINGS to select frotnm. Oyog require aSUIT, now is your time to sve money by placing your • -oiler ~itha ,e. ?W~ O uts in our Millinery Department. p, y Unt.inmed Stlraw, cleating stle each. .:v?itaE .lae sa for Ladies' and Girl. ' Wear, ls 6d each, s the thiu 6-':: ,foi :tits otwather. - : dele iin iTimmed Millinery at hulL original ep ice. Special velues in Ladies' ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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MR. H. D. M'INTOSH ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

11R. H. D. M'l'NTOSH ENTER TAINED. Er. I. D. 'Intosh, thc promoter of the iecent big hoxing contttit, was entertained at a valleditory havulet field in the Hotel Australia, on Thurs day night' (says the Sydney ' Daily Telegraph" of the 2nd instant.) Mr. M'lntosh will leave Sydnby on Tuesdny next on mn ex tended tour of Europe and America with the pictures of the Buarn-John son fight for the champiolrship of the world, and anticilpates being ahaent trbout airt anonths. The l]kd-al At torney-General, Xrn W. M. Iughes, presided, and among a laire company were Messrs. B. B. O'Conor, 1.L.C., nd W. A. Holmsan, .L.A. Mr. Hughes proposed "Our Guest," and coipplimented Mr. M'Intoslh upon his remarkable eutedrprise and energy, and while mentioning that gentlenmai's con nection with the League of Wheelnen and other institutions ihich had prospered during the period hle had control of the reins. M~essrs.. B. B. O'Oonor, M.L.C., . 4illecr, M.L.A., Tommny Burns, J. . .i Fierald, Harry Rickaeds, a...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

Are your lips white, o'lir cheeks colorless, y our ears transparent? AnI do dou look t.i: and care ~worn ? It doesn't taikemuch * knagina tion toEo red lips, Sblooin:ig chokc , n pi Sschioerful Tace, it every ?E ' Sahsarila. n'u. you feIs '1 anpk yeu ought b anflr.. iiR· ~ropi the viga·~or as v"t~~l i ndvagti ~)oaltb1 :·i-~h ·n·v Th ·-.·..iatati.onh~~o~; U~L ,SP~~~~nli . pay' Njst as much for a bot. h p;ma Oougth Remdy a f. sotsher medlicies, but yu "biy)lim itDhe eaving is ,: not .wt you pay. qPL ...ity s i', every take it. Buying rs~aloh"y Mg esst Cribb IlRI It.w you buy a You NstLlC to sure Dt 081b w4ill cure youlr cur y. Ciuiilsriair's 'atke no osaces. It gr oalr.by aICusRs. Cribb ile and Retail Mer wlhr aund West aorO 3 A Why ReIualinal '. DEAF? tlarnln hein n wllthr?11 oo ored ronl le -e AROSCOPE, Pt nllllt, S??e is. Llrwxll?" herd Ilniaes uWil |1-ol I nnv\ larliei lo olr e eetriei?" f sufferers I'R[[ Inlonnlntion how to elite thell1?eh'e,? ?( t|]elr ow~n Ilonles with Il'ore N...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

Busleesa announcenmta. DALTON BROS., Nicholas-street, Ipswich, SWish their Patrons "A Bright and Happy New Year." A few lines left over Christmas to clear at cost price.' TEA, Is 3d. TEA, Is 6d. Ou- Is 3d still holds sway with the public, the sales during December exceeding all previous months. OUB ONLY ADDRESS- DALTON BROS., NICHOLAS-STREET, IPSWICH (NEAR TEE RAILWAY STATION). 85 Hanby & DangerflId, Brisbane street, Ipswich. "_AVE STILL A FEw ,, IHIl OF THEI CHEAP Enamel Saicepans and Ketiles ,/ FOR !OU. Enamel, Cast, and Tinware of . , the Best. (iJLERY, LASSWARE, FANCYWIRE, CROCKERY, &e., &e., IN GREAT V RIETY. itanby4 Dangerfeld. = J: - ·,io . ? . . . . . IL? .-'. HONE~n No. I ZF IPBWOH I B~UiERY , Tord nd Short Street'. - c- wean 'xted Know ThaIt WV M ARSH & 00. bave for Sale ShaM are. acd Flowering Shrubs. Orders for Wreath aemd Crosses and Hemd-Bouquets, Showe.BoUUotM jrompt? y attended to. Grasege deemed and kept in repair. : A , e. J... BROWN...

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OTHER LANDS. KING EDWARD'S WARDROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

OTHER LAIIDS.. KING .EDWkRD'S WAltDRnl9B . Somiieone hus siid 1.l 'king Ei wa'd never wears the stian suit twice.. This is,. of ciiiSrc, an enxag geration. His 3Mnjest i cchaces hlis ntlirl about three til s i iday., and cot eqluently would 11i cl nlor' thani 1,000 new suits a year.c?ostilng soiiic thing liko £10,000, if s:uch a stor. wer.Itru . As"'a e'*slettcr fact. His Majesty .irde's alboli thirly n1e' suits' every ylear, and atl Bluclkiighalii PalacO ;Windsbi.: u C itVW and Sanid ringliam li" keeps a stock of about 200.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. A VIVID ROMANCE OF THE ENGLISH COAL-MINES. CHAPTER XXX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

S ler B.m :? oki c hi,.? bearse to . se . ,' 'o:?' .mow en h.a paas, ,.?_~; ~..:d.. . . .~ i ~, ou thiMe Ht I so see :? id y?, u ', e?ss nbe ithcr's * g witbh1.n-tihe j,-b?,ir ~ B 1d ~o Atue, Mr; MsHs ton, was -dtefew ,.inutes, ifou capn ti8lj~beec; hear~t thet risis t~itha snaj smohlte .i.~ie Here is my card." W ijs oardwhatbe was to d uea~ f man's naie and Iar i E arnbort ?on Ageat," ?a"d 'th a, " oome iBe the mi e-od ?lae-. * the bg house, neityer o a~no~ther ~word until they indoors and weridy lone in that upper room of the inaster's, wlihi a bright firl was burning. Closing the door himself, and placing an easy-chair for hirs visitor near the hoarth, Gerrard poresd out whisk-y rod soda for twro, offered the other his cigars, comporting himself as if tilhe other were. as intimateo friend w; had come there ao discuss and rraneg slsome mattet of tihe plisantest kind. '"'ALid now, Mr. Pesrnwsbrth, we ean: talk. Plainly, as mnian to man, lshat is yeir business with me ?" " It has to...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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SUMMER NIGHT CONTINENTALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

SUIMMER NI t' (: CONTINENTALS. An i1ntereseling i r)gr ).nune, inter spler.sed ith mu.icsi al items, is 1pr1 nilend for to-night's continental' at North Jpswich. The merits of ,the pic tures hitherte shown hLave ihen gone rally recognised, and the fresh con signimnts each wee k are lookesl for ward to with interest. See ourl Window Special Ilne of Vanes. All one ]rice, la ad eachl. Crlbb & Faione.* 6

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

DRUNKINNESS. Yest4rday morning, at the Ipswich Police Court, iekdre the Policza Lagis traete, an inebriate, pleaded "Guilty" and was discharged. A female ollcndrl also admnittod havinh wanderl fromn the paths of sobriety. She plbadod with the magistrate to deal.leniently with haer, as, she stated, she had work to go to if she could get away at oude. 'The Police glMagistrate lent a sympa thietic ear to her oppeal, and said lhe would git hler another chlance ; ''"but" he said, '"if you conc before ne, again 1 will have to steel my heart against you atnd sTIId you to gaol for three months. I,giv.' you fair warning, so you must Inot coin plain. You niob discharged this timn..' Cri5b ?nd Foote's Amnual Santa Claus Csnnelss. Genad iuae today.·

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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IS AUSTRALIA OVER-GOVERNED? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

is AUE!PMALl A OVER-GOVERNED? Speaking at the Highlansd Society's gathering, in S3dney, on New Year's Day, the Prime Minister (the Hon. A. Fisher) is. reported as having said: "They were apt to say that the Australian people were over-governed, bit'he asked tlkm to ceast their eyes to America, one of the greeest coun tries of to day, and see if aneri cans were not more governed than Australians." We take it that Mr. Fisher's inference is that the United States is a more over-governed coun try than Australia. It w?ald be hard to substantiate such a statement ,1y facts. The United States has a population of nearly 80,000,000. The legislative poWser there is vestled in two Houses, the Senate, and 'tla House of Iteplrede?ntatives. Thle Snate con sists of 90 mwebers, and the Rousen of Reptesentatives of 357 representa tives and territorial delegatie. Ii the Commonwealth Parliament there are 36 Senators and 75 members of the Hoese of Representatives, totalling 111 for a little over 4,000,...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Local and General News THE "QUEENSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

Local and General News THE "QUEIWNSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. Witlh Saturday's issue of the '"Queensrm land Times" we intend, in accordance with our annual custom, to ,presentm each subscriber swith a copy of our sheet-almanac for the year 1909. It contains the phases of the moon aud the times of thlie rising and setting of the sun on each day throughoaout the 19 niontihs. In addition, tOn list of memorable events will be found to be o aln up-to-date character. The al manac should ~lerefore prove to be useful, for reference purposes, to our numerous subscribers. Ice wante, see Adv~ertdsemst Page 6.*

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

Weather Forecasts. The following is tie forceast for the 24 hours between so~n yesterday and noon to-day: Queensland.-Unsettled and showery, with fresh to strong south-east winos, on tropical coast and over peninsula; 'elsewhere fine end hot, but sob?itionb still favour scatteird thunmder-storms in the west, south-west, and southll, affct jin qarts of the Centrl ?istrict . and iouth-east uarter la ter. . 'indls in interior generally south-ast. to north, but squally north-west' to south-west over the southern bosder di the sout~h east part. Cool change, however, under fresh south to ounth4bast winds, short ly affecting the west. and. south-west, and extending eastward. T. A. HUNT, Coenuon~weealta eeorologist.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Forest Hill News. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

Forest -lll, News. (r (rfom out o~Lic r Correipotident.) #RBONAL. Mr. G. L: M!Calluin, from Chilera , has .ir;d1 i e', 'nn.etakon'up his dui ties man?er of thIe local. ibranch of he.4. enslnd.i "Ndtiii hl . Bank. It w ill e;v renaem~ibeed. tijt ,ar. Jos. A. 74'Carthvythei lat4 tinaneger, was 5w 'n&c aihi&aISi te intenir am ir. murray., from t heead'. office, Bris, bane, was rievieitng zere - GO EDi lf.i coW. ie wifeAbf'*r. Spn tlum n et with a· titteri ainifltleet ee on Tburedsiy t&iobon last . S .h hald .just fuiilshod i.ilking . a dw, \whilch, on wing 're lbdd from:the ,bai'. turned round, il made dia charge., oneB of its horns infiictlng..a naity wovund on the riglit ride ri shoit' distaned below the ri's An effort was..nmsde to drive theo tn I riated ,brute' bffI, but before this . as aebomplishrid it "made. a secondclhnrg, thiri :tim' with riot,. such seriOus rev stilts ,id it nifot In '.for the imel1 assisance of a nie our (Mrs. $Keie i It~i~ )ter to ~c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

: pecida Advertd?.ment. HHE NEW CEYLONil moeuann!onanolnsel r i "' ll. ..6, Aaisi ....- r w re pro* - ALL neb!1RS. ?,? ·', .,:?,,·'r~: ..? .. . ,,:.': ? :..?:: . ' . 1i:i - .Gei We0.e Jftrpe% &~W. ,tosam.I. tal.. , lv. Wer . an x~'. Punon. * pame gall. .?..... . ?.. : EeaB . ba. L4. .... HJ.Pook. Hi . b·::l J. Pocook. ...... F.7 G. Xolsnes, fz','.... 'JT..... .Jos. Woolley. , ;,......;.... Mr. Jatnes Gibson ..:........... Mrs.. T. Wright. .i cIOUN? '. " ......... ... po. hte. ................ Mr. E. S. 'Thoams. . ?..,...... Mrs M'Laren. ? .?...1.?.......... El A. Duncan. ... ...:..........r.. .e. r. E Bro,. att';........... . E Berenszen. . ...e ............ George Ball. .L...s. .............. ..... M- . C. Droae. . , n .rs............. . E. Hanson. : ol wah ......... A.. C. ·Dra?.e . .. .to. ........... Arthur May. - Tenders Invited. i Ay A-lexander Macgregor, an'clitect, i lenborough-strntt : For build e:..ing-a cottage in )IhulIg-otre-t. ,t;,: tiJLiary' 18. Mi Visltors to...

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A Maintenance Case. DISOBEYING AN ORDER. THE DEFENDANT OBDURATE. ORDERED TO BE IMPRISONED. FOR FOUR MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

A Maintenance Case. DISOBEYING AN ORDER. THE DEPENDANT OBDURATE. SORDERED TO B IMPRITSONED. FOR FOUR MONKTHS. On an information laid by Mr. J. S5 Martin, in his capacity as Clerkl of tetty Sessions for the Ipswich district, Otto Berderow was brought bfore the Police Magistlrate, at the Ipswich Police Court, yesterday morning, to answer to a charge of having dis obeyed an order of the Court made on the 30th July last requiring him to contribute 7s Gd per week towards the support kl the illegitimate child of Lizzie Peiper. Mr. W. H. Summor ville appeared to wat~ch the case on behalf of this mother of the child. The Polioe JIagistrate, having read the information, addressed the ldesf?en dant thus :--'You have to show cause why you should not ie further dealt Sh. What ham -au to say ?" Defendrant : I am not the father of the child. The Police Magistrate: Wlhat have you to say why you should not Ihe further dealt sitAl ? Defendant made no reply. J. S. Martin, Clerk of Potty Se sions, pro...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

PERSONAL. Aroording to the London correspon lent of a Sydney. journal Admiral Sir N.. Bowden-Smith, formerly, command er-in-chief on the Australian statio?n) has declined a good service pension of £S300, a year, aind it ias been awarded to Admiral Sir W. R. Kennedy, late eommander-in-ahiefd nzthae Nore. Captain Doutk,, the pdpular com nder of the steamer Bomlala, has oen appointed marion superintenadnt of the Hosid.d Smith line. Captain Douton, therefore, lhas taken up his residence in Mlellboeur,, the line'sw head rnarters. Captain Hurafonl, late' of thsd 'rsgrinw, sucmleeds Captain I)ouloa as master of the Bomeala. Tlhere is an inmate of the Ballarat lenevolent Asylum who arrived in Australia 90 years agfo ycsteliny. Re celebrated his 106fith hirtlday. He is a Dublin nani, Willinm Barwood iy. me. Only 12 moenths ago Ida wife died. TheIy had been married 77 wars. Jarwood was ous4 of the party which fixed the Amundalrv-linse be t.swni New Stlth Wales :andI South Australia. At yester...

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North Coast Railway IN NEW SOUTH WALES. A LARGE TENDER. Sydney, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

North Coast Railway ;-- .··'S,: TN NEW SOUTH WALES. A LARGE TENDER. (Ly Trelograph from Our Correspondslit.)" Sydney. January 4.'' "Thders werre opened to-day for the Lthird sc't.,m oft le Nolrthl Coast. ?oil-: way--lln?rcast :r Io Toroc. Fiei teders'r v,'re re.-,i\'l. that l nf .Mosars. ,Tones, I artt.r. .an ,. a ' t £43..?.3t5 SIn' the State.

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Chinese Dynasty. A MANCHU PLOT. DISMISSAL OF YUAN-SHI-KAI. ACTION BY THE EUROPEAN POWERS. London, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

ohris Y?-ii: Lotul? o - n.V Jea As a rsloo a Montoh pl~dt, an hekSl, IS AL O?e1 of YUN .SaT! CoK who is t Manhu. ACTION 1W~ TiIII EURLOPEAS y e Re(et, in a cold imd c I c4* LondoP. Jrsent aarys reas Powis have asked thirre.ot a . l lieu bern m rissued at tekds A ('kess regrat it the atiou taken, Cad lso Io express .a hope hat the d Loandon, Janluay 481 Te dissmissl of Finhe stansmauanwhosel 'pr ine lia ii n th Government insd reslleunoa asenue abrosd fo r its stability, .doa lono at Peh. hepreser taivhs oliff Is G:rea7t Power~;s have osl~ed their ~rs:ou'iue (ic ('overssusest~s fat peruifisioso ~tor Jsresi regret at theC antulos takeno, visal also to express -a hope that the die missal of the1 statessuass chose pror sense in thue Goversns'sst inspi/resteoa fisle~nre atlood for its ptalslstv, :doeu' sot aipic'l Use revetas'2 sit Isis palerb'!

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PICNIC AT FORDSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

pICNfIC AT IPO·RUSD'ALE. (From Our Own Correspondens..) T1he snaual pioic took plano Itow on New Year's Day, in conaoetiorlan with ba Church of Englsnd Simday-school. under tIle superin~ tendennc of wMiss Rtolon. Th0 day, uitUotgt ine, 'as omraytling but. a pleasanllt omne fr' a Ienic, iho tlerutome tfr rogist~ering t.1dig. in the ho?de on Il or'cloc, t.hus npcusitatini tte pirollck or: to seek tle shadiest slpots riy could find. All oitside goales ,weo out of tie question unatdi late in tim ster noo11, whmnl r'lrhg (or oie)ll.S took Idace. In consequeoee 'Vie attnomdiucms seas sa nearly no tuago no on If'0io5is Sic a ione, whichll could lnot flu wtademsd ot, as ti~e letol 'as atlmost ulnblmralfe. Aboutl : o'clock, however, lh, air io, ~om mluch cooler. At 1this hue the lies. HI. Grad~rdl puL illn anppearance, miand he lost no lrsue dR?i ,lli-iig its-ecil dron ilnto tIe, nl. d etuttntinr the races afoloolFt t lo ilanlolnra sli ellch clam for the nlulmerous pims provideld. A racre fo...

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New Year's Day. SPORTS AT COOMINYA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909

New Year's Day. SPORTS AT COOMINYA. After our representative left the sports ground at Coominya on -New Year's Day the following events were dee:'d:d : Handi6ap . Trot, two miles.-F. Schloss's Lady, - sec blehind, 1; J. Butterfield's Gordon; 3Osre behihlld, 2; C. Hill's Roany, 209eec bhind, 3. lld teen starters. Won easily. Tug of War : Married v. Single. foarried won after a good pull. lembers' Roacq, 100 ytrds ; lirst prize, £1 Is, second l0s.-J. Ander son, 17 yards, : S. Smith, 19 yards, 2.; .W. Banff, 3. Horse Jump, over 3ft Gin.--J. Wil Hinas's Brumchay, 1 .1. Jensen's Paddy, 2 ; W. Bell's Snip, 3. Some good jiumping was witnessed. Ten en tries. Consolation, 100 yards; first prize, £1, second, 5s.-G. Schlect., 'i yards, 1 : J. Doolan, 3 yards, 2 : J. Bar bour, 3. This. was a good race.

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