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BREEDER'S TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
BREEDER'S TABLE. Te" of 5aroe Cois. Es. Bows. BitchE.s " i... 10 I)ayS. S9 ' i ay. 150 Daye. 112 Days. 03 layi "-- ~ .... . January I Dectuber (. October 10 My 20 April 22 Mar? . 4 ,,13 ,, 17 Jue ,, 2 ,, . I SI .2 , 24 . 13 May 6 ,, I . 2 - "., 27 , 31 20 ,, 13 ,, ' S q 1.aury 3 Novrn. 7 2 ,, ¢ 2) April , FIbru.ly 5 1 i 14 July 4 27i ,, 2 17 ,, 2 ,, 11 June 9] ,, 1 I .. 24 , 24 ,, 18 ,, 10 22 a '-' , , 41Dtct.Si ., 2- ,, 17 M ,. 2s March 5i February 7 | ,, 12_August .1 2., 4 May . . G. 1 14 0 ,, 19 I Ju'y I ,, 18 19 ,, . . ,, I ,, 20 ,, 2 1 ,. i • 8 Jaua.ry 2- , 1&lt; .2 Apr.l h 7 ,, 29 2 2 Juns 3 S ,, 14 ,, 16 Sepem. ,, 2 10 ,, lli ,, 21 ,, 23 1] August 5 ,, 17 . :" . , I ,, '0 ., 30 0 , 12 24 SApril 4 Fehbruary 6 211 ,, 19 July 1 May II ,, 13 Octber 9 20 ,, 8 ,s I ,, ,, 10 Septem. 2 ,, 15 . (I, ` 'I 049:2 , S May 2 Ma t -24 ,, • 1". ,, 29 . June I ,, . ) ,, 13: 31 ., 23 August 5 1Nvem 7 30 12 Is A 7 14 October 12 19 , Aonl It3 ) 21 , 14 28 Jul " IJune i 10( . 28 ,, 21 Fept...
SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
SALVATION ABRY MISSION. - The mission which is being odndact ad by Adjutant Loyelock at the Ski vation Axrmy JaTgecks, Nicholas-stnet. was continued last niglt. Adjutast LIovelock iased his :rqdgrlks on ,the texat "We have all sinnedi, and; come shori, of the glory of .God. Afte~ the public address he held" a short meeting w'ith the soldiers of:the coqis, in 'hich he urged them to take a 'leeper interest in the spititutal con ditibn of others, and to throw all their energy into theppmeant mission. Tdhe nmission vill 1be continued~ toiighlt.
ANGLICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
ANGLICAN SUNDAY'-SCHOOL EX "L-• SINATIONS.. The results of thie Angpt0an $nmd0y school examinatiocs for the diocese fq Bnisbane (South Queensland) are publisa ed is. the "Church Chroiole."' Te She hop's prizes in the senJor a nd interpad late dlvistons 'were won, sepectbve?y', t Miss Wipifred Fittock and .Miss MorJo oe HMrrison, of St. paui;ls School, Ips. -a ~hla~p~ . .... .. ..?, wich. The foiowing are Cmong the lib of passes :-St. .Paul s School?S ps~e . Senior ":vision-W?insroed .btook ( marks out :od 800, Gaedys Dao, Doro thy Ross. Gladys Parry, Mlds ?sondsrs Lily locm3iiess, Flt~ Deadman. N whistopa ley\ Haey. Inltrededs Division: .ariasd , arrison (285 m .lc ua ) iUbe Jasnieson. s e model,·Handel Chorie son. -? :-," , -Arthur F ~," s e?, i. .lpk. ,Ws.e Harrison. S.. opwam, Iyrtse lsptou. Roie schio-IoIntmedrmH* pisieson. NFols Thofupson,' etold iaetlssoo John Young. A. ddams, C. T.p. pe...- i--. 0G.. AL" Etolde Pevc. .Josepiins Wers , Jessie Akes.
THE "QUEENSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
THE "QUEENSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. With to-morrow's issue of the "Queoens land Times" we intenld, in accordance with our annual custom, to preseo?t each subscriber with a copy of our sheet-almanac for the year 1909. It contains the phases of the moon nod the times of the rising and stting of the sun on each day thiroughout tbe 12 nionths. In addition, the list of memorable events will be found to he of an up-to-dari 'thrareter. The al manac should 4herefore prove to be" useful, for reference purposes, to our numerous subscribers.
AN UNEXPECTED HOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
AN UNEXPECTED HOST. By ]iSIT?l: t'ilTS. ior xix slo?l wreiks Ni 'J'l oti hwd Ihorn tl'apping abhmw thr, I'p 11, l 'Y:S . Lllt'h ..l T }I . -:,. 11: d(i blei! nll ; , l iar reasnl- io l ii - iW' . inig ii t, 1 he .xithtatl' 'texllt it I ,.aik 1h1 Ilonoloa tl\ in 'If sIt' lifo uld Ti'atthlt fountill I hi t l' It' ahl' i Sirli 'il , that l. isll illlIt I.'.i I1 1101 &lt;10 hin lsel f ]e11, ' \w'iI]IIU. Il1 Ill ]o1 his (I~ gsh . \\'111l 11 11 1 h' [lii .iigg"? 's g1ot. inlto .tsie's Iai.. It olrll' ll U illllll(ediate]y l]owll the( l'i\'l'l Lrail fIr' a slllltlV if Ililh (:lG ol'~'re llsl, illLnt e lx " the d stl Ii ar1" la n111'; 1 1 " ~ 'l e l o w h ic h f o ;r m el t hI t 1 ? ;1I n ! t)'t? sole ]i IiIilii 11. 1II,' starlt1h d lah . nl ] iL 1:1· pI1I I1,)1: 11; 1 I, it ';0 ' I 'lnl, ' .az ll'd I "illl :It (;, nl?o '?e hut,. The t we (zhi il(oipl xllll'lp .hS'II1 ?illiTclll: 1]?\vI l oni(lIIII jIt a t' l i?l ttVit l ttt1. n a li It l ntia r n'l'h i?'llOlE. nll s. 1 d l li(''lly...
PECULIAR DROWNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
PECULIAR DROWNsING ACCIDJNT. On Monday anorning (nays the Gympio Times") a well-known C3'lympie resident named Jolni Miller, who- resided with his fAmdly on Mousit Pleasanroad, ma?t his death ih a peculiar manner. 'ie de ceased left home early in ~he morning and went to work i- his padock, sit uanted on the South side olf dheo river, near the Normaibhy reserve. At alnout 9 o'clock a man named J. Surteos was passing near by and lbade the deconsend good morning. Subsoquentiy S urtees psased along the river baenk opposite to M3iller's paddock anrd noticed tiut the dlecoased -was 'n t?hhe river without lhis clothes. Tdlie ,deceased nalled ou?t, ,' Can you swim? " anld Surtees replied. v' No, can you ?" Mliller ansnwerod, " No, I can't." Thle 0c er m is thlen hklnt way between MIiller's awist ond his shoulders. iurtees then said, " If you cand4 swim wha?t are you doing tihere .?' and the deceased repliod, "I'm nil right, I eVer lose my Ihead." Watlkig along the bank towards his destlinat...
A NOVEL PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
A NOVEL Pit() OSAI. Mlt. I(CnItIerley Iituifnt'l, w ho ha' illlt relrl frl1~: h onl sitt'. suitI l t1o int Aasitraija, i'tIttI..edtt Ii ha itll. .,il'. 'liin It.. ( ill i. ' l tilll. i3' 1I1 nm LP.I novl ma' nn ]f Pllll.s One* l! \ lt .ti z it'Is.' Wirtt ll gI I t s (ilt i1t,' lhu Iold Ett [istI h dilt i nl ill.I : 11i, (Il, . Il c ll~e~ve 3.1 t' itt whit':i| tht. i -inlgl'r has l a silng th 1, w Iolrcds : "I w'l i l, ??)tl it1- ].:+,? . iI" Io " ]lwarl' . alHI w'' Ii ' g I ni i,' al t ill dl h t "lpi' ." |iMr. HI(;lmaj ilnt enIiona ''lbI s lh , liln i aVill . lt s tt h I'l] 'ing thttttt' s i at-I it inaiii ey i alershooi~ll hilli. usall Whilli lh1, pairi hleft l|th st ffrmlfl~l il \\;i will, "he, ]ll 1ll1l1 Unllllr.'?illnlin " thatl lh,. %\' l't t 1icll 1 3l t ) Itu 'o I llon rtitltltid, ts' l llto ' ll.l' ' " \.Ih l rlil! 'lll't nItts tVl lltrl i tll t' t I ntll V Lhaveot' ye'ti h ihr \\hi h. ini' hlt, .11it'lialtl ?" Ital'liiy (ulwlianepd. • rei's?h ! Ah, don t'l .y'i knllow li; ...
PROGRESS TENT, NO. 35, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
PROGRESS TEXNT', NO. 356, IO..0 . The ehorterly recting dof the sove tent -was held irinSt. Thoma.'s Sehol Hull on Tuesday evening last, - thi C.Ri. Bro. Von. Taoeheng ppssidinag. There was a l:rge attendance of mem hers. The 'minute of the. previousa mieting ~were?·;ed a.?cqpGprnaie. A letter was reneived fraom th ,secretary of $tlt Wilfred inwsqp Teut, laidley inviting the Proogre 'eLt o g i3i1 ,,t, them . foar i, utec~ li~ ~bt1s on thie -lh i~stant, saut, o!g " to the dlate being uinsusital, 'the - tit could not arang@ ·td gso. It was deA cided to agai"in phlish'ia in *ie 'l~B' ,'to Guide." Bro. Goward ipnrtkl'?e the disfsnary.- it evrds &rrang .to 'jisit the Heats of Oak ??a't on Fe) runry C to play off th'e reiturn cricket mslteh. A messa'se of coadolerce was passed to Bra. Nnnimae in his.- Id eant sad breravmein . Tihe offsiceir elected for the ensuing six maonths ec' as follows :--C.., Bro. G. KiR?ng; D.R., Ro. a. Gowar; $.d.?., Bro. H. Von. Losslerg; s?erriary, ,ro. ...
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Railway Time-Table. --:o: o Trains will run in accordance with the following time-table: BRISBANE-IPSWICII LINE. Leave . Arrive Leave Arrive wIpwicb. Brisbane. Brisbae,. Ipewich. asm. a.m am. a.m. 7.0 8.14 6.35 .A4 7.50 8.58 7.15 8.25 9.25 10.39 447.50 8.88 p.m. I10.6 11.26 1114 12.23 p.m. p.m. p.m. 12 80 1.45 '12,55 2.9 2.80 8.45 11.10 2.25 2.55 13.58 '2.20 3.34 4.40 6.*? t2.50 4.5 *5.20 6.25 .4:15 5.29'- 46.0 '7.6 . 5.5 6.12 6.15 730 6.20 7.40 8.0 9.L5 ::8.15 9.5 10.30 11.45 8.23 9.35 a.n. 9.6 -10.5 11.10 105"' 10.0 11.14 'Except Saturday. tSaturday only. f?Sydney Mail Train. SUNDAYS ONLY. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Irsawich Brisbane. Briebane. Ipswich. a~m. am. a.m. a~m. 7.35 8.55 6.50 8.0 * . 9.20 10.40 f t7.50o. 88.,5 9.10 10.80 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 12.55 2.15 2.45 4.5 7.45 a.5 :S5.s5 .0 448.25 9.15 6.5 7.28 9.12 1020 9.15: 10.88 4fSydney Mail Train. flToowoomba goods train with passenger .. carriages attached. Faros.-Ipswich to Brisbane-Retr?-n, First-class, 6s; 'seoend-lass, Is...
Local and General News IPSWICH SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Local and General News ?."0. ----., IPSWICU SMALL DEBTS COURT. - Yesteeday morning, at the Ipenloh Small Debts Court, Messrs. J. ,. Far lane and J. F.. Lobb gaave Judglm t . for the plainffs in the following casea :--J.. P. Bottomlney eand Co. v. Seamuel Clark. eonose, efim oe et s RI. for leas sohd ard deliveroed, cos~ts 6s : same d ,. Rob?rt W. AylotM. claim orf £19s. or eeft sold aul deliver'd, cost- Se; A. J. Littl ford v. -. 3 .und, lhemn of £2 1i7 4-h, fur butter sold and sdelveared. coste Is.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
FOR THE MONEY HAS NO SUPERIOR. 11 Is a High-Class Pa-o ~ 3pltish Giown Ceylon Tea. ALWyAYS R]ELIABLE". A L."AYS UNIFOR 1. r:':'? THLE QCO.?".S E E'VE.'?ZY Z D. . TIHROAT AFIF'ECTIONS A N HIOARISENESS.-AI sullfering Irom irri tatlion of ltle thro~nt and Ihoarseness sill Io negreel ly surprised at thI? o?lost im mnediate relief lafordo'l by the uso of "Browol's lronchinal Tlroehes." Tholese famous ''lozenges" are now sold 'ly most respectable chemists In this couu try. People troubled r'ith a "oacking cough." a "slight cold,." or bronohial efflctions aOnnot try them too soou, as similar trouloels, if allowod to progress, resllL ill eriolus ]'llmo?ll:ry unld Aslhsue. ir nfflcti,~ns. See 1hal tlhe Pictnollre of .fOlfN I. IHIOWN & 51i' is on every • nl'alpp'l.--I'repared by3 .IJohn 1. DllrHlN ?& 5'5N. bloslonl 1.5.. . .llrSpeflfs delot 1:: I" , clrn3t, I', . . I.'t5ton, fEnglnld. **4444 * * * *** **** * I'm the Robur Tea Girl I Early in the morning before you get out of b...
New Year Weather. THE HEAT WAVE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. HEAVY LOSSES IN SYDNEY SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
New Year Weather, -:o: THE HEAT WAVE IN NEW SOUrTH WALES. HEAVY LOSSES IN SYDNEY SUB URBS. The dnmaging effect of the t rific heat on Sunday was fully apparent at on eanly hour yesterdaly monningi (says Tuesday's Sydhny '.,Daily Tele graph"). (Jrohacliats and vigauCron; were early astir to see, not the dLaD aged crops, hut to try and find a little hatt had escaped. If there was any, the s.orching secomnd odi tion yesterday completoed hle wor'k o! de~sruction, and many growers hsver not the h:art to wall. "through iheir otchards and view. the thousands, of 11unche of "boiled" grape, and burnt 'nd with erxd apples. The destruction of th grape crop nill e very heavy. It is :many years sinci vi;netons had ??m isc of such a bontount a yield;,4- v, ' they looked forwand to. making ?'r| :or ,the scanty. Feasons cxperienaofaor the l1st five years. tEvCrywhere in- tit * teo distrcts could 'e seen, proviol toi Suniday list, in spite of the cnn 'tinucd dry weather, row after.: ruw o luxuriintl...
SPECIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
SPECIAL REPORT. 3101o.roh'iiCal l flifth" Ireportlod Ilh. lloll~wsm : -" I"r'mn datan to IanI, Ihit morning it plltr:ls tono t talo? i1i?,lt c tt pelsurle lt9t )c nitInll':&lt;il i -i,,;e, ill ,hI· , t\Ir4,nII south11 - .aslr nlll pa?lrt 1f 0l's ,'?flll. hIllt illolng In- of`y l'?;ul, a; r aI""1bruit ,tlhe *nI1III' n ni. i1 nclo'hc;k ",'e?'ter l'lv molrnhnl g: t11 t I r)ic g(" 'd iiI ] s I n.¢. l tlylj lI :1t , I.el],, reI. I.bl] l i itl ?l frl', h,'ltjin ,?, I,,f the south-east .ints along the ea. hoard. and especialy in tho' south-east, hvf.re, at Sandy Cape end Doub]t Is land PI'in, it is blowing with the force of a moderate gale with rough sea. Ob servations froo m New Caledonia still poent to the existence of a tropical de pression hetween Conktown and Goman, hut the recent rapid edvance of anti cyclonic or high-pressure waves roen westwand appears to hare nretladed its progers south-westwards. Over the Gulf of Carnmtaria and nortl-western Queenslaned, howevoer, he nons...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
, 2,? .; B9Q0Q'" II'T?J I F? The Famous Remedy for U Couahs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, iPyleuriso, Asthma Consumation. _ Those who have taken this mediciuc are nmzed nat il.r .plew,,lrl ,elina po~'.r S,,ui'rlrl,' froml Bronclhitis, Coughl, Croup,, Ash,].. . Difficulty of Ereaihig, oarsetnes, Piiin or toiiw~. in the Clhest, i-xpselienc dei~htl'lt atil rapid relief • and to Iaose who are ,ubject to S Colds on the Chest it is invalble, as it, effects a complete cure. It is most ,:,lrlli?g in allying Tirrititon in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Conuh np A.thmtn:e to beome chrlni., ho, Colsumptlioii to develop. Cotnmlnption is nott known where "Coughs" have, on their first appeaan.htce, ben plroperly Innietc with tlis medicin?. No houte should ihe witiont it, is, taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sulicioust, and a complete cure is cOrtain. : . Small.Size, 2/6; Large Size, 4/6. Sold by all Chimists and Medicine Vendors, and hv the Propei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Buee. Announ*mbuets. 1909. For all Classes of Saddlery, Harness, and ,, Collars, ; TR GOLEBY'S, S The House of Quality. - THEY give Fit, Style, Workmanship, Quality, Price, and General Satisfaction. A: l Classes of.Travelling Bags kept in Stock. ,",;'.7 .'NOTE ADDRESS: Brisbane-street, Ipswich. TELEPHONE 8s. s18 MILKINC MACUNlES! SILL T~ HE PAY TO XIBSIrL. LUST figurle out 'halt.youpwill suLe by hatnlig your ?iag~e aud'kep I bill cut IolW i?'by olnu-hulf, os F1h "L.I(.G." aelhaide ~1 ill uni all ,Jmut difference ald m'e. With uo ot the latat ,ouclrne? ft mal unml ,.Oy .Eanq m0ilk 80 in C n 'two hours. " aCy COens gi-fVC 'Ihn ma Schind' puts au and 'to Itlu labour troubhle -und aulm ' at doirymnn luoa'Jn his owo * )ICIA. h WJuy couldisu Co w'rrW y, drud - :Cry, and i~u eontan c U ,ti !mo n h llld-ilk "ig, wlot, you got ,hem "L.RK.G." 1IlC ci ne. which CaCkIc drCyi? iCt a ICnsurC,. .iId Olalell you to unilk doublcthI cowrs Crih lss laluour thlan oh pupsent ? Vim saut, sasiuhotory, and...
Earthquake and Eruptions of this Century. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Earthquake and Eruptions of this Century. . The majority of the disturlances in 1902 (says "Whitaker's Aihnlmatk" were of ininor character; but the vol canic eruptions and earthqualus wlhici; affected some of the West India is lands (particularly Martiiitque anw St. Vincent) in May, 1902, wore, of tremendous force and extIent and oc casioned a disaster whicht will takei 'rank witth the ancient tnruption Cr Vensuvius on the 23rd Augut in tlhe years A.D. 79. It also revives the story of the great volcanic disturban ces which occurred at the end of Au gust 1883, when Krakatoa and other craters in Java belched torth clouds of vapour, rocks, ashes, and mud with terrific detonations and Imag nificent scenic effects. The loss of life from fire and flood was awful on that occasion, and estimated to amount to 36,000 sodls, but the numinkr will never be acmcrately known. The val cano of Mont Pelee, which hbl Ile:r practically sluilhering since 1851, tlhl'w up a volume of smoke and cilnders du...
Historic Earthquakes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
SHistoric Earthquakes. s ?hiacs t.he beginning of the Christi:nu .ea ,there have been four certlh:1unke so: apipalling as to throw all others iLnto insinifeance. ilbbon, Hin his "Declise and Fall h te Roman Espiu." says: "In tli sicond year of the reign of Valentin a .nd. Valens. (A.D. 305), on trhe fnu:?i : of the 21st day of July, the partof the Roman world ues ahn ;by .a violent and destreutiv& ert ake. Thh impression was eom tlioated to- the waters; the shores eio idterrairqan wre left d?ry b'Yt~e sUdden retreat of the sea. ,g But ;thetide soon returned :'vh~tlc'tleeighat of an imranense and rrlstible'luge, whch was severely Uiti lithe toasts of Sicily, af Dae a,2fl,?? red.:,'and of ?g?pt.. 'tity of Alexandria unnmally om rsid the fatal day on Whichl -a, s heshd lost tesis lives ai Fa" l f theRosan Ei ""elaets tht during the reign bfj?i arc (A].D. 5-1&565) the cities b"i~s42Rpreeas Empire "*1w over lm y eartiQuakSkes mLor frequeiit .e any other period of history....
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 7. THE BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. (BIy Telegriph fr.m Our Correspondents.) New South Wales. Sydney, January 7. THE BUSH FIRES, All further danger firom bush f'r?a. Ijetween the ilurrumblidge and the Goodradighee Rivers now has pe: -;Jd. Extensive danmage, however, hs b'eenl cnused. It is repoetod that tIousannd of sheep are lying dead in heaps i1 thle lfire-swep country of Yass. Oe stock-owner has lout 1000 -tud ewes:. SGOOD AMLTMUNITION WANTED. The committe" of the Naeional' Rifle Assoneiatia ui h epfr ted. that tile amnmunition used hy 'thle 'ilenmen 'of the Alncric; fleet in the '.-lvtcl uo, Rsndwielk iaO. vastly suprIo-lr to ?lthat issued .ty thle Coumlnao seatbl. The c-uonittno strongly has odvi?sd ?hi, lholding of e?lhmaustive tests, to decide tle best ammunitionll avjllabl for ne tive service. The as-ociaton , hans coffirmelt the recommsi ndatrlon. A?JILMENTS AMONGST SCIIOOL CHILDREN. A report recni.dI'byl the..nisater for Public Instruction showsfthat, . nt of 20,060 school children.in th m...