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New Zealand. Auckland, December 31. STEAMER AGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
New. Zealand. Aractlandls,rl December 31. STEAM~1E' At1tOUNJD. 'I??e . slteati- Spgut';wn, .j,?ull fr'own Aucktnaid fr lio" .iki, "was r' .( y a Iha.vY .v. l .. " · ightt, 1. w g'outll dt.. ~while a tt.10L e4.a r une iluklO ..i-sll' t~iki liar. Onuetati. -,6t'een m. = ,'-,owned, Un, all tia I'ansaite.. tiry%?ao,. 'lhe, ves 1s 1, ot in aOOy' ?,i.(0diitO nl?lger.
Orange Blossoms. RELOUR—ERRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
Oranqe '(osso ms. - ..yf+LdlJJLO -llhI'ul T?N. A r.:, .stty ,-mIlis took,, pla~c! in "-e .h'sdist Churtce', Adamstown, .d '1 "ales, osn Wtdneslday, li ember 23, betwee l.A.?U. A. 11. Tre loutr, . seconl son of Mr.. II. 1 Tre loin;r of Silkttous, std Miss IC. M. ErrigtonllDaisy), secolnd daughter of ?lr. J. Il. Erringgtou, late of S?ill;st'ot,. The brides'; dress stn oI ivov I pail ete silk, trinamtl 'withl silk lilet lace, drap.led skirt with jttttl of ent?hroi~jr7 ed. flowers, with sprays of oratng.' blhesoems ani wreath and Jil. /TJlhe bridfessmid was Miss I'rvis Erringttti, sister of the Itridb, whto wstoe a c:.etrn canves voile, reli\led with pate bhle and tril.tetd with gulipfle Ifce ard narrow e lso , ribbon, with pafle bluel hut trimenird with shite tulle undt:hlu., fog rosest. Tthe britegrostat tts sti ip pft'tIl by eMr. Geo. Garnhfn. of Nail land. 'The sridegroom's gift to the bride was a pefrt ani d ,u~ssralf dig gf:'' ?s'Ooe, ne; d ito tie ,ridesinmids a dfeess ring set w...
The Right Hon. G. H. Reid. PRESENTED WITH AN ADDRESS. Sydney, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
Th'e Right Hon, . G . H. Reid 'IIESENTED WITH AN ADDRESS. WHOM OJI'OSITION. M. ?DW]MIILS. (By Tleraph from Our Corvspordcnt.,) yd" E s y, , D?confir 31. 'Tf Ifight ]? t Ui. G. H. Hei?.,?'. t.i cnoy, lpresrlted w"if' e0n i)inminoiatd ad dnr-s f(niNU mo~~ .s of..den diret O pposi (don of fnflth Ilouses ;of ihe Federal Par liament: T-he dlds,?r feour nho reoolu tion moinotly pansed oni the U oceno of air. IfH' reeluion no ahe Ieaulershi)p of 4.-n Obpusi~imno A liiidsnono ..piece o0' lit 0laote r allo peontteld iy .no'mner .of t."ltldeiaar Oppositmion. Sir .11441 letren no Sfatnroy for alouE day trip -On Fnontle.
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, December 3[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. (fy Tel~eyapl from Our Correspondents.. New Suith Wales. YdUyd , Dfeceabntr ,3;. SIillES ..'I' BIOKIEN 1'rI; '.. AiomtLer filu 'ourea da at Irake 11111., tot-dan, when a Itsra a iop wass destroy a?d. ITh'is m~nkes fve fits in 124 hIours. SUIOPIUTPfING. A mania!n 'oman. to-day, n - 'ined £5 for uhula iug. MINING AlA'IIJ. Tdie 0:3a' Co undmsslun vppoiszued to inquire' ito. the co?oili-itlug ditpuy i?n tidwe i anrs.t, is uusndai distr:cs deliveaed lhir.c auced in ties bnulstriah Court, b-dsy, unifl respect i, die 'nTe alli cus·.
Johnson and Burns. COMMENTS OF A LONDON SPORTING JOURNAL. JOHNSON AND JEFFRIES. NO CHANCE OF THE LATTER FIGHTING. London, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
Johnson and Burns. COMIMENIS 0 A IflONbtON sPORflTIG JOU1 AL. JOHINSON AND J.EFPJIlES. NO CHANCE OF TILE lATTER FIO-G TI'IN G, (Bly Cai IeMsese.) • Loldi., Decenlr " 01. Iure's calnled Lo 'sSpoiilcg eIfeo" t dulmsoll's n ocouds influeaes.C .lwe police to uneein lobe &reet 55kVn. lie (Burns) "s sirolng eat ,Bo tiue, Anld sniss ulsad a dleuce, as J', ,.usu ass ? i?i.s e Burns Added (lii, ie wIns iil oss .o uitli ght. I'ho "'Speorinwl en" neys sisal. Sunos's dnasllensg is sunsissisersd ss\ sn eoke. tis daiusy uaabslest Jsloenso'u . secensis is acildisli, sucsns aend contk ptible, netd gjite snisol ndd.
WATCH-NIGHT SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
WATC?-NIGijr SERVICES. A watch-nihht service was fwlid in con'rection wilh St. Paul's Church, the Rev. T . .LI. Jenkyn, B.A. (rec tor of the Chu'oh), ,ieinL the officiating, clergymnai. nunlmbec of suitabjI' hynuis were mgn, ineluding' navs anti Molomnti uickly Flying." In tp I course of thli'ervicC MIr. Jenkvn de livorotd on nil tiessive address, hii sub jact bing " l.'ssons of thel Past as Guides for the.Pillt re." Mr. V' .\ Cameron plesidrpd at "the organ. j In qccordanei4 withl custom, .n ?'rvice was held in eolintetion with tlie Io t?l corips of tlic Salvation Arcny.-Adh juttanlt lidd bondurlctd lhe pro'ned ings; whiich were iof a very pleasing fhiaraictr. Those present Pnlterid into. tie sorvnice. r witl a trul.tl dvotiional slirit. and thleir si nii, iA h&lt;imlii stilable to ,th1 occasion wi mNi arkwi liv miuch enae?stwlKs. A feviLwur of thi servic tas4 tlhe silent prnyer which prwvailed durint the last few iiniteus of tlh olhl y.?r ind lhe lirst few liltltts of thiC...
Snowstorms in Britain. FROST VERY SEVERE. STOPPAGE OF WORK. TRAINS SNOWED UP. DEAR COAL IN LONDON. London, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
Snowstorms is Britain. --' j 1]'-t)ST '1,11 srVEf . (By Cnbl! fessage.) 'I'H'AI? 1·1·\\'I'·711 ·(l'. 1.._, ,l_. S ] Manhml·. 1 wrhn '·.Slll) 1. li 'llth .I n il l h V lo - r'eep.SI do .h...I lorl ad den r11tio 1 4 1. a ttol ?. h . .ul ,i tt,?li sno r a 1tM U ;ici ,i.,is? .ofil%\.ha1vll hrin I. havt?.ll 111,, res' cu'? w)E i th). so ~e .11;i,-.
The Weather. SYNOPSIS FOR QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
The Weather. SYKNoPSS r6nl QUEENSLAND. The followieg synopsis of the wseatliec of oQueensland was i;euod in Brisbanb yesterday :--Ii is still very clo?dy. over tie for north of Caps York Peninsula, lu?d rain threratened at 9 o'clock, at Tihsrsday Island; more or less cloudy also along tlie scahoard as Iam south als Rockhanpll ton; scattered clolud is ,oted in thIe central, north, and the far west of the southern division; elsewh?so clear sides preva?il. 'High temperatura is be?ing experienced ini all p arts, especially the south-west, the thade .rloding' at 9 a.ni, at Tiargo nidiah having been 100 deg~ees. 'IBe. wipids rare light and soinewhbt tsui* able, except on the tropical coast and's o.ver tie far Jmorth, whre osout?r?.e.?-: toerlis prodomLinate " . During the last 24 hours fine, hot: ,at.her .? hoon gnerid. Only. hre:: stations have reported rain for'.tl . ie'riod--nanmly, 'DDO- nll, 2 points; i Cape Yoilk, 12 poinmts ;;' a?. amo-. weal, 7 points; tohe latter fall was - in co...
The New Hebrides Murder. THE RETRIBUTION THAT FOLLOWED. THE LATEST DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
The New @ehrhdeie Murder. 'IbI 4IEThIHWPION if&A'T "'Tl LATEST JET'AThS. "dler date' of isn r23. Dr. JT. Aenaftid. ich of ,u af .h. " .asb d-sso in fte 'ea. h . -'a from Tngatn, 'Satto, "s foilows : "Scice my fasit leter was priuehte S'sn* ge iawile s:oulh rt werl.e. havia g ln e se of a rT neegainst the 'chee of te Grige lon ? .-say s.er ,ttw'ftoleer .23. d~is al hater Escifiqal laei ilNC" Teous two compeesil of , 1ts isarl~o/lice, one. 'Treubh aid Ion.e Bre mi e45 m 4 in ill. H A toupln . "c hours lar Ut.S. 1'rptcigless, Cieptain Glen s'p, arrived. .Tsht day fat Police were. lroose itoto thagpos. . sIMste o tudsy the' captn,. with a company. 'wat in land a four.-ohurs' itnet toQ fO an idea of tdte country asd Ohe jiatlhs. On at fellow eg .onday · (2,t) . a company .of - malou f- -ai a mn and police, about. 85 atrong, went into the lash'tn seek the - iturdlera and -Ire their touse. 11hey stlutrSied h?t fl.ret ay with dt? s oe?. siiicrs, botugiit frtou a viisge on , the way ...
FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
FORl&CASTh. ,i Tie'h following tocecets have been is- j sued. for ? le 24 .?ours en . lin. ? os:: to-day : West dAstikalin.--Pine nsA warm to hot > "iadr aust. to north wind.e.. tjouolt Aisdealia~-Fine th-rouslts? -, conmparatively co6l 'n the sonb?4ent' coavt, otherwise .warm ito' hot aniJal sultr? . South ? , east w-d.inds. QueeeslamL-. mse clouds eon tto% . cal coast 'witi ?.aouth-eaetrly .Di?,--:' said isolaked ehowerie;· oxhliefly in the fai north.. ine cud. o. elsewhei," '. eelh. north e?-d norhwe ,winds, sh rily shuilth ato ooth andsotdh east in the sooinweeb; steinpecay to o -pr-icious thuindersetrns n, sttror"a . local. blowr o~dgntaejoiu -g Burte-.." ?o.n "n.iGoon ii.idi.. .', -"._)'? Ydo' South Wglee.-)ltpt etol to edicts,; Kwea~itherine ~ al ivnca hoa1 anted hi'l.,?;:itl', ...i.h ane, vth ari al winds:'; . . " t ,v cool e p esaV on the con4-,- o hot and sultn' weu istr from fle coast.. i'eeiinania-.-Cloudy' iad close lowed by cool westtto witi somne asdattered...
Caledonian Sports AT BUNDABERG. LIBERAL PRIZES. Bundaberg, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
Ca!ledonIa Spots AT i1'NDABERUG. L.IBERAL PI~,!Z. ly Telegraph (orpm uPe vorresposdent.) psndntstrg, D~r~cedr 31. The sportLs oaruIval Ls co~s teiotn with the Btsnabeeg. aid 'iussga-l Caledoniatn Associattou cesmencd t.da3y, in .the show-grounds. Finee weaoher proevailed, nrd the attendanee numbered over 3000. The takinge at tos gte smounteld to £100. Tlhe resul?ts of thU prnhcipal events were as follotw : Ceale?oeniao Hnordcap, 1150 yards; fir?t Stire, ?s?tiO.-J. ''. GIverr. 22 yar?s.l 1; A. P. Johnso., J1O yards, 2; N. Da?ie, 3 3;ard." .'.. T'ueu. 12 2/5ed. ShPeBeld lHalditcap, "5 yands.-H. Coo Ie, t 3ys"ds. : H. L?ogler. 7 yands, 2 : J. Jackson, 6 ysrdss 3.' ¶nme, I'sswo-lite Bicycle linnldiap ; first lirie. .Ctit.--losted , gst yht'st. I; 1uckel, 120 yduls. 2: Eustesn, itt yards, t. T 05 tie ..01ilIlg ansIt, .gged wee wst hy t lengIl,. 'i'ute. 4mit,. It3 4/5isc.
The Great Earthquake The Latest Particulars. Destruction and Loss of Life at Messina. Scene Described as "A Gigantic Dust Heap." Disappearance of Reggio. Over 107,000 Killed at Messina. Including all Prominent Citizens. Casaulties at Reggio number 18,000. Renewed Fires at Messina. British Consul's Graphic Story. Fifty Persons in Flight. Only Four Escape. Treasure Discovered by Sailors. London, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
The Great arthquake The Latest articulars. Destru tion and Los of Life at Messina. Scene D cribed as '! A igantic Dust Heap." Disappearanc of Reggio. Ov r 107,000 Kilj3d at Messina. Inc ding all Projinent Citizens. Casa dties at RBeg~ umber 18~900. enewed Fires t IMessina. Brtish onus u C3aphic ¶tyry. SFifty Persons t Fnight. jr Only Foar tscCal. Tre sure Discovere by Sailors. (BY CABLE MESBiGE.) L clan, December 30. A serious earth ake shock was ex perienced at Pale0 otsh Monday even ing. It.~s stated th 1000 persons have died: at "gnara. 1'lae train iromn alermo as unable to ome within P miles of Ilssina, as all the baildi s and bridges w broken. Out of .100 em oyees, in the Post OfBie only six we saved. The gai son has lee redj i to a steall numbter. The survivors ; eribe ,the scene as a gigantic dust ap, and say that 6nly ' sle thou bds of persons 1es. c8aped* Hundreds of jl people injfdrod: at Messina have beer ought to Naples. H tM.S. Drake r und .50 persons, and the drew ofl ...
LATEST PARTICULARS. London, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
*LTE5T P TICULAMW. .Lh i ecetbber SI. Early on ltoda mornlln , when :t idles from lesia passengerrs on the steamer Openoque it several shooks and rushed' on dI fearing a col lisiol. On approa g Meisina he"y .fouudtlhe tosyn in ames, mot oa the eithe desiroyed, over :100 vessels' adi-it. ]heutlr's agency autes that the hIt-, e?st 'Cestimate of ti numner killed at ilessina Ji 107,700. The flist includes all pirominent c The Italian lL- s telegraphedl thfat many areu ?q g at 3leria and It-goo owis; . h dilficulty' of n'proachlintg, ly Iv l sea. HNumnhres are still piinrdl bieath tihe ruins and groaning piteously. There ale said to e 150b) dead at S tacufemin. An English sailot o l'with rble, s cued 90 persons l athe lifthl storey of a house 'at l l a. Thive house then fell and sever miun:.d hIinm. Thirty persoans ~g suffoca~:xl. i n lhontel at Triniceoria. While attetipting to escape sonme wcia suspended Iy the feet from the windo liars. l31qt of the memn rs of an oleratic compatny5/ e...
Queensland News. Brisbane, December 31. LAND SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
QueinslandNs. (By Tuleraph roes aur CorsEpondeata.) , Brisbane, Deear 31. S LAND SELB:CTI ~The eeirly. return of .theJ lands 11 partemet shows that d4ui" the week ende to-day .the total at of Crowll La6ds'selected was '50,S7tr?. The selections were as follow :-Grazisg se lections: Two areas of ain,965 and 14,193 aces in .the Blacsyl distriet, and one area "of 6510 aore in the Charleville district ; total, 8,68 acres. Agricultural farms : Chs 1ile dis tr.ct 1,. rea 347 acres';tasihorpe district 6, area 1379.ncr Tarioom diestrict 4, area 1347 acre '.total, 11 selections for 3073 acres Prickly pear selections:; Taroon etriet 5, asta 12,500 acres. ,
Record at Perth. Perth, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 1 January 1909
Record at Perth. (By Telegraph ir6zn Our Correspondent.) Perthl., lcen?lci' 31. 'Th, eairthti~uone in Italy w~vl racol'il d,:l. oni thue sn(imogralh nii th 1?te-ih ls-'rvatory. h'lii liirsi i 'liention curel edl tlh instriment al t outo lillults' pasi noon On hir 2Sth DecunhiuS. Thu vibi' lrti l i'o llutnn for 1 iinT ii ( ,' h?lln S si·li| ailll il ru- inl-l·n rirr i0r ofw? v\ arrivnl. Their apP ili to' mu.- 'e-n iwo js'rials a! lix 11)11 intvuiotv.