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ACCIDENT TO A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
ACCIDENT TO A BOY. A boy named Ernest Richards, 16 years of age, living in Roderick-street, Liver- &nbsp; pool Estate, North Ipswich, accompanied &nbsp; &nbsp; by his uncle, called at the Ambulance &nbsp; &nbsp; Brigade centre in North Ipswich about 8.30 o'clock last night. The lad was suffering from a lacerated and contused wound over the right eye, caused, it is stated, by running against a fence whilst playing, After rendering first aid the &nbsp; Ambulance bearers conveyed the lad to Dr. McDonald's residence for further treatment. &nbsp;
A Southern Tragedy. Sydney, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
A Southern Tragedy. &nbsp; &nbsp; (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 5. A tragedy occurred at Hamilton, near Newcastle, to-day. The neigh- bours heard revolver-shots, and rushed to the house occupied by Albert Leslie Randle, 26 years of age, and is wife, 23 years of age. On entering, the po- lice found Mrs. Randle lying in a pool of blood, with a bullet-wound in her chest. She was removed to the hospi- tal, in a serious condition. Mr. Randle &nbsp; was subsequently found dead in a pad- dock near by. He had a bullet- wound in his head, and a revolver was by his side.
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
SOCIAL. (Any information intended for this col- umn must be duly authenticated ; otherwise it will not be published.) (In future no Items from the country will be accepted for publication under this head unless they reach us through our recognised correspondents.) ihr. and :Mrs. Butler hIve retuin'd home after spnil-inig a holiday with Mr. and AMrs. liinnane, at Green mnount. During the I~'tidays Messrs. J. Wiin ning, J.. thorn, J..'Given, W. 'arkin son, W, Gill:s, A. Gray, A. Burrows, and C. l:ox 'we!re the guests of Mr. I'. Scales on hii motor-:.Lat, thi JuFia, acu 'h. delightful exscruion t tthe [unc lion t:d up lthe leishmane River. Mliss. A. 11 uilghe, Gray-street, is spen ding a holiday at Rtedcliffe, and1 stay ing at the latseilille Hotel. Oa New Year's Day Miss S. S?onth and her sister, Mrrs. K. Wilson, en-. l.ertainld. a s»nmlier of their relatives and friends at an ersolin party at thelri residiitmce, Blitibane-street, West Ipswich. Music a-nd dancing and both indoor and o...
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
DLYER PEODUTC BEPORT. Oar Own Correspondent.) Wednesday Evening. ib the esccpt'on of potaoes the sup tprcar were partcula ly good to-'l 4 r cei were, in coun qioence, easier d1bhessia fall, of hish, at t the tine ' ahbee is eve y indication, lhere will farther clinein rates Alat-ergoni vtten lay .realised £5 per ton, whle tdi.ptable pumpkins which came from ft61 were id ipjtched on consignme t. I th' t hee b ing no maiket for pump sl-persl mvonh it is imps-ible to usqiolat.on.' ihe fol'oeing were the gates.: Sprime, 4s 2d per bushel te-Factory, 0Id per lb. G-- od per doen toee-EDn b, prime, £6 to 6A -Mixed, ? 10s per ton; oaten £5; -inlerne, £5 a .£5 10l 7-iLucere, £8 Ilo to £1 per ton r iep ITable, nominal; cattle, none ion, nnmiual m-Sid per 'b (oommeroial butter. tersPrine, So to es Gd per pair n-Prime S to 2a fd per pair Qe--be Ad to 6a per pair iPthok--Englieh, 2s Cd to Bs per pair; :-- . ruassovy, $s to 3a6d ttTurrveF-0nbb?-. 12P Al4 to 17a 6d pew ts' IT hens, 6O to 7s 6d 'eps...
BALL AT ROSEVALE, [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
BALL AT ROSEVAL~E,' It 'ill be noticed fron dour ad vertising columnsl that the bachelors of Rosevale and Mount Walker a:re pro motIng a ball to be given in tiho Rosevale hall on riday next.. ex ocllent music and refreshlnents will ie provided. All Visitors to our City during Christ maens and New Year, should not fail to see our Speiea Footwear W?ndow., wllch exthibits all he Latest and · best in Boots and Shoes, madei expressly foar us. and contoaing all l?t?e excellent styles. smart and shapely, such as we demand. Bluchers cort of soft tan cal, with short forepart tips, welted., turned and sttch eI soles, and cuba and. orditary b~hy. Cribb and Foote. -
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
LICENSING COURT. . The nonthly sitting oL the .Jpa inch lhcusing XuLtority was lftTd at the Court-House, Rait-street, yes terday morhing, lfo?e - the Po)ice Magistrate . the Mayor (Lieutenant-ColontA F. T. Deatoi, O.B.) and Mes?re.. JV. J 4ins, I. J. Molloy, J. i: Parlens, and F. C. Lee. The following ,applienations for renewal of slaughtering Ioense were granted :-J. P. Bottomley and Co., Deebing Creek;.J; Y. FrMinois, .~e)b ilg Creek;. Eis'ard OSdlliven, Deeb ing Creek: and J ats~on Bros., Bras salt. Ailplications for renewral of 1i cncees to slaughter calves end. pigs cer granted to Messrs. H. W. Cam eron and George Schmbidt. Great Collectlon of Vases and Orna mentes at Cribb sad Foote's. See their Show-Rtoom Display.* Crhb , and Fote keep only the best P\arm. Vegetable, sand Flower Beed.. Low. est prices chfhrged
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
PERSONAL":I 1- H•illiatt Gc. uin ue.s a i- e Itarveler (ar 1)(snita :((rob. died alealy at loldtianliton, ot T'uasday Ittrt (aluaare at tIne ohe (a 4-. '(he colaiery proprietors, into lhe conl-minllutg uco?s?ftlro ye. I were mcntertaiuel t luach b,'h.lra?1 W Black at the -'ohlis loytal IIHoel ,: ha...e and Eanst S.reets. iDr. W. H. Coris, reitctlzy tantsttic. r.er and resident mal?strate at o in the noorth-h'wst, died sluddnly at Wst Aus(l.traulian Club, sert, t,?r 4 4-h4 , (hat I:e'on rashlihlg" uilnce IeCCLMab?rI " mlsdical nltrtiotn for hotbal ahltclttaq orl-tis .was well ktotwt in Ausnatria, ?'cialy e il INew South ?alcs, -and tamcnya ytras as na arsident of Etn k A Ihtratellll frot: (uy-?dllat 6nhte4 .lhs. I'l-thihrtty.o , iof l uli-inl-~ t ?e?-~ e Si-s o altnich. thile oiaithing O . -' J(idas ''reek, ot!t withl dangtt4.' , tathile th t ridtig toil Wodvoad' ratted (t b t In'lg ttrtrut fromtna: ta' tittn wteas broken a'td hier (ace l:Jaly' inljurrdl. It rtts ]eanrtt loca t-?sttt...
HOSPITALS FOR INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
HOSPITALS FOR INSAINE. During the week ended. on atie Sanl January 8 males and 3 femajte wket admitted into the ?topital for .tl?a Insnne, Goodna, and 5' males d1t0, leaving;781. mules-and 470 females ?in the institution. The. number in ACe 'Sandy Gallop ABylmn .(202) w:ias-.g) altered. Thui medical superititad et acknowledges, with tlhanks, 'the. "r ceipt of newspapers fimin the Beir. L. Macpierson, . for *the a. p of teo 'a tients at Goodna and Ipswich.' ,' ·'. · · , _ ? . ? , . ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
IF IF IF ?7pU areo looking for a. Firin who can SAVE YOU ONISEY in your buy Ilag of lHouse Furniture, u1ny oe fring under your ' tice Chant of Payne & Werry, S Boonah, ?ioa oliollht iau being oable to sell on riti t?' a's good as the:r competitors at a cnss price. t?a.ive:roth a call before purclasing else *~cie ra L EA R?UM.3?SfS' CO-OPEf~A TIVE CO., LTD., ERS o Cream In any quua ad b? ~ to .rport tbh ~rJae ol i 6a pr srt for rirat-orade. 31 rOsii Bnos.. Sistabhiahed 12 Years), -:-C ASD IB"TTER FACTORY, r~f m at ?1ghest Quotatlons. ,, -uttec. re, Farm Machinery, oiand .BSilo M -aterfal. 'Phone 24 T HE BILVEUWOOD DAIRY FACTORY CO. are paying 8td per lb for Com mirelal Butter contents of Cream deliver oil at Gatton Stlation. 29 Zoeller's HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES WHACN WICH THERE ARE NONE amrrL.' RED BLISTER, 2S. 6d. tin. Sublo?ute for Firing Born,. O TONIC POWDER, 21. 6O. tin. For Honrses.d Oille,. SWORE POWDERS, lor noreas. Ioludrlg Ib, 'io ?,l - s. •6/, per course. ...
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY EXAMINA TION. -Among the . students at the.- Sydney Univrsity who T-Mintly' pasas to l Bit year examuinotlo In in dicine . as ' r. Allxnt 'T. Dundop, a son of Dr. Dunlop. of Ipswich. In the list of results diso appears the following :-Fatulty of Scdence.--Scon year examinktion, gro logy I.., arts and slepee; pass vith' cr it, pass uith crYit. A. C. Plini.. Bio logy 'I., pass, A. C. Flint. Mr. "1ant is a son of Mr. C. A. Flint, M.A.. of East IpsWich, who was, for som?'r yyp head-mnaster at the Ipsuich Boys' Gran mar Shool. In yostenday' - tesue we made reserence to tbe success of Miss Muriel B. Ilanmsy at the exanhnation. As a result of her passe sheo gradtsatae as a .A. 'p s?slal.~ hpe t o our c fioleay just to hanb . Oribb and Foot.'*
A Wedding. HODGES—OLDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
A- Wedding. olnnJi:s-- 1.)11 \:. A 1uii hi nut Ii' ttCCc ii\ liini1g con - lelcoiii:,l oi W\iri ! :. ii Colth 1)' ctniir. at 11 :.. ;cn St. Paul': ihurch, 1 lwiehiii. 1A" tv. T. L. Ii. Jenlky·l. B.A. 'Tli, ct~mlrli lrct '" tin ,r,, ?l. .\. (L Cndiv, 'blest soci of ih...\. .. ,Ifc??.lpn "a'ccdh.." Oldlini. *.c'cii:i diuslih.,r i(f Ihr. C. i,. 'Ohliban .\\, rk h,,l.~ J:I'tate, Nor'Lh ]OI'CCCh. Ic.ifC. tlhe hour : pltC ,Situ frth" ' rmnICi , Cl. h'. t r~,wa . lacir!e icinai,1 cii -ji'c r. i at thi c hlirch. Th." .oride wiho ,Li'cc' c? v "- he1r ft..he'i, looled viry 'criiiul in h,'r bridal iat tc1ii" I t ir.i; i ,ci hi! . 'ilh whice.hlii ,ore a wrotllh nild veil, the we at..h i i.?n?i !iill i worln .!yi th i lrido'c ucO: ichirnii ci a cdimi lar ,icccio,. h1ce aloli .enrrI'l? II shr\\'.r "?)m??,wt. T]he "brlidJe 'ias i tli'ictlihd Cby two- cridecnmaid? 3tCiis Almai Ol:llcm (chcief), c iiStec cc Cth, 'brid.. anid )li.ns Lilli:m i Iodgi?, iistcC cc tic: cIriii'gromi i ieo t'o it4 ciaki--t...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
THE WEATIHER. Yesterday brought with It a welco~ne change iln the olppresneive weather conedi tions ywticrh du pronuilad ddunsg the past no week. On Tuesday, as statld in uar last issue, the official tenperat??ro ,rwas l?Qdeg., and it isnvory extraodln ary that on the day following there ahboll to s naximnuin temperat.re of only 81deg. 'A cool inlvigorating eat e-ly breoe hnad a cooling ehfect on $the atmosphere yesterday, while several times durliag the d?ay rain seemed to he in, mlnent.
Watching and Waiting. ATTITUDE OF MR. DEAKIN. WILAT HAS IMPRESSED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 7 January 1909
Watching and Waiting. . TI' III l 3PREI;D HIAKIN.. 111'.\T 11.18, 1.?rPRESSE'D HIWI. .TlM''Mo llourni corr'lsponldent of the Sy;.niwy "Daily' T'p'grapli," iunder date Jlauuary :, say : 1I sporms to Ie 'sxpeeted by some of hli supporters' and sonme of the op pmn -nts of the Fisher Ministry. that t shouldl taik an early opportunity of rnunciatiig its policy. Whln. Mf, . :i'hpr leaven iuring tile mouth (or hri.i;an,',' andS gops on to Ihis own ltectorsate of Wide Bay, he may spieak in public, ut it . is not likely that lio iill deal with ihe programmen,: of iel' Inl:"t s?esion. That is .the work ,'odsilich h interidlr to lavee;4over until inter in the year, when he pcoposos to selet Gympie as the spot where the pronounceetnnt shall .be nmade. Mr'. Dealan is riported to ?regard tl.. reticnce of Ministers at. presnit: as 'iotli~n to romblami of. .ip is sdild to' lie lino hotliersing so mniucl about the ]Lahour Government as he is about tlihe "trenigtli'iriig atald e.suipment" of hlis .ow...