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Special Report. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Special Report. The followinwg observations on the weather were issued by the ?Weather Office yesterday : Latest'infoimation from Nine Cale donia enailes a more definite state asct. to t e made in regard to the ex istence of a tropical disturbance off the South Queensland sea-board. At (omen pressule ?has deereas'd coi?idl? ndLy during the last 24 hours, and the inrd is blowing strong from N.N.t., with sultry and showery weather and rough -sea : long 'the North Queess land coast ' ?ir?osten r have. rifeni slightilv, ' but a decided fall as com pared with observations .at 0 asn. yes tenday, south from Broald-soud. It is therefore evident that the stormn sys tem, after followiig a 'W. course to the north-westward 'of the Fr?neh de lmndency,, has, curved to .the south eastwatrI, taed is now probably mov ing towards Norfolk Island. 'lmis view is supplorted ,by th?, weather conditions prevailing this morning along the South Queens.land coat, wtich are nhanraterie:fic 'of the western ' an...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Our Mount Sylvia Letter. FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Our Mount Sylvia Letter. -4-- (From' Our Own Correspondent.) FAREWELL AND PRESENTA TION. A large a rnreprosentative gathering of residents of Mount Sylvia and dis trict. assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Calfery, on Tuesday night, the 29th Deceenber, for the pur pose of participating in a function ar ranged with the object of making a presentation and hiddiing farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Con'eryv on the eve of their departure from this locality. W'ij?# it lecame known tlet Mr. C;lfter.y ht dilposeod,:of his interests here to his Lrother, ?Ir. J. J. Caffery, the fol lowing committce wasi, formed to carry out all arrangements is connection with givitn them a fitting " send off": -Messrs. M. llliams, J. Madden, A. Clark, C. B. Clark, alnd E. Seiler. The early part of the evenling was occupied in dancing by the young folk, who en tered into the pastime with much zest, whilst otliers whciled away the time at cand-playinz and other forms of amusemernt. - Good music for the oc ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Weather Forecasts. tlie T llowing fofeets Ihave ' been issued by the bureau for the 24 hours ending at noon to-day: West Aust'ralia.-Clen ing showers in the east, and along the coast-line :, fino generally, with south winds, .blowing fresh and squally on the south coast,; thunder-storms in the KimSyerley dis trict. South Australia.-Warm to hot, with south to north winds, .4d1. be omning unsettled, and iin liarts ihumd8'y, fol lowed by somenic rain, and .later cool changes,. with fresh and cool south winds along the coast. New South Wales.-Cloudy along the coast, extonding to the .highlanids, with showers, especially north from Sydney, where strong squally south-oast winds and rough seas are indicated ; fine. and warm inland. V.ictoria.--Wn?r to hot, with east to north winds, changing on approach to westOrn districts. Tasmania.-Fine, with scattered clouds; temperature inclined to rise east winds, tending north. (?dcansland.-Disturlbed and unsettled weather over all the north-east, an...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Engelsburg Letter. FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Engelsburg Letter. (From Our Own Correspondent.) FAR:EWrLL AND PRESENTATION. On Monday, eight, the 4th instant, a large number of friends and. rela tives assembled in Mrs. B. J. Ked aedy's spacious dining-room to bid fare'ell to Mir. Doyle, who is about leaving tile district. Amongst those present were Messrs. A. Barter, M. O'Keeffe, Stuart, Palmer, Chalk. Set ley, and several others. 31r. R. Daut ton. occupied the chair, haling onl hi. right, Mr. Doyle and on his left Mr. Barter. The toast of "The King" hav ing been duly honoured, the Ohairman, in a few well-chosen words, proposed the health of the guest of the evening, expressing regret at his leaving the district. The toast was drunk with musical honours. Mir. Doyle, on ris ing to respond, was received with ap plause. H'e said that lie was sorry at leaving the district, for in all his travels lie had never ,met more soci able friends than in Engelshurg, and whenever he had a holiday he would not forget to visit Lunglsbl g ito ? "...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Rifle-Shooting. ROSEWOOD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Rifle-Shooting. ROSEWOOD RIFLE CLUB. On Itoxing-Pay last, a team composed of members of the above club journeyed to $authport to try conclosions with the club ther. It was a good day for shooting, the maiking beifg tile beat ever seen by the Kosewo.,d team. The bht highest of the day wan i made by IT, Itzle1d, sen., of the -osenood Club--nmely, 95. The ay?re gate 0f thie Rosewood Club was 710 for eight men, Southport making 687. R.asewood thus won by 23 points At the. onelusion of the match Captain Collett hoanked the Sooth port team for their hospitaity in providing a epl?ndid lunch on tlhe ground, ad also complimented them on having the hest markers he had ever srern. Three ringingf cheers on either aide broneht a ve y enjoy able day to ac one. The distances were :1)0. 500, and g00) yards. Appended are the Roewtood? T.-am.-.,. I ,Tliab, en., 93? .1. '. Collett. 91 : . . szlouh jun , 90 : B. CVigt. 89 ; J. P. Freeman, 87 ; J F. Col 'et', 87 : .1 E Collett, 88; A. C. St?nzel 85 : to...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Our Esk Letter. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Our Esk. Letter. lromn Our Oon (CorwlrspondmLt.) POLICE COURT, On MIonday, before Mlessrs. J. G. Smith.1l. Conroy, and J. . . Ohaille, Robert Campbell ,appeared, on remand from Ipswich, .charvod with obscena and indecent latgutesa. The eeuserd pleaded "Guilty," and was fined £5 . in default, three mnonths' imprison nmeat. On Wednesday, before a full IBench, Norman Anderson was charged with aiaking usd of obscene lanruageo at Toogoolawah on ihe 24th ?ec?an her. Accused pleaded ' Guilty,"' an was fin:ed £1: it default svure? days' imprisonment. . LICENSiNG COURT. Before Messrs. R. . Carr-Boyd, P. Clr?ord, W.. Wylie Wilson, A. Christet sen, B. Conroy, and J. C. Smith, George A. Cooper applied for a pxo visional license for a house to be eeclted at Harlin. Mr. O'Roulso (in structed sby It. 1? . ] . . liller) aup peared for the applicant. G. A. Coop er, P. Leo, and T. MacDonald gave e-vidence in supplort of the application, and First-Class Constable IKelly and P. \', Vallely watuinst. Th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Abstract of Sales by Auction. JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Abstract of Sales by Auction. JANUARY 9. Bly Elias Harding and Co., at their lNcholaas-street yards : Grade-Jersey cattle. fly Ernest Cole and Co.. at their Central Bazaar, East-street : Cattle, horses. &e. By Ernest Cole and Co., on thie ground West Ipsw-oh: material of cottage, with iron roof. T'UESDAY, JANUARY 26. By Ernest Cole and Co., -ct "Elsevzer: MIr. C. ZoYlts s airy hend, &R. MONDAY, JANUAlRY 11. By Wdhitwortl'h and GOrt.ide at Laidley Pigs. WEDNESDAY, .JANIUAIIY 13. By Whitworth and Oartside at Gatton : Pigs. fly 3'Phoe and Co. and Monelhsads Ial., at Iliddes: Vale, sonar tGrand?hester : Shorthorn and other tt11le. SATURIDAY, JANUATIY 14. By Ernest Cole and C(o., at their mart, E]st-street ]'roperty inl Limestone

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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You and Yourself. WHEN YOU ARE ILL, DO YOU KNOW WHAT MAKES YOU ILL? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

You and Yourself. \pIEX YOU Ar?E ILL, 1)0 YOU JKNOW 1W'IAT SMAKES YOU ILL? "Know thyself," is a useful proverb. liutL how many I1oorh1 do know themsel ves ? Io you ? Wthen you tre ill, dlo you knoa what, is tuaking you ill ? Could you give a reason ? Could you guess (ite causo ? If you have nl abscass, bol'o is sno doubt about your conudition. There is the sore plawt to eM sen-. Similarly, muln or 'women wtif a cold onl the chest and a severe cough, have definite sysmptooms,. ind con diescril? pre cisely what is wrolng wibh themr when hluo dscthor calls. -But most peolple are not ill in tlhese Ilain, uobiious, utter'-of-fuac tways-? ?y times 1n their lives. Theny ouy -be constantly ill, in vague, uneasy ways. l?oyond realisifig ona or two vague causes of duisstass, uappren't-ly of little moment, they seuts soll, and fool they ought to beo well. Only-they nelver are -?ll. Oue g-ns u?1 in tin morning tired. Another feols dull and heavy. Another flushes it the fhao, rd llln Islultatlot...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE SETTLEMENT OF MINING DISPUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THE SE'TLEMENT OF MINING DISPUTES. We may Ibe pardoned for Cxpressing a hope that the sumlnary of results of the recent minin conferencer, as puhllislo:d in yesterday's issue of this journal, will be carefully perused by all who are -lirectly eonnecterl with the coal-mining industry in West More ton. The clause dealing with the. sit tIoment of disputes is won hy of special attention. It Itads :--"ThI miners have declared themnselves em phatically against strikes. and have agreed that all disputel or grievmnees likely in cause trouble that mony or cur at any of the collieries will be brought imder thie notice of thei CIol liery-Cms-n-rs' Association. through their secretnrf. In the event of tlhe Owners' Association not deciding thI. question at issue to the satisfaction of the. miners, the man..tster shall be sulmlitted to a conferemnce I:,ts?.e'n rme presesntatives fromll hoith assoeiations before any action is taken I,y the men cnneernedl." A simpnle lpro( lm'Ce im., here laid down...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Cricket and Other Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Cricket and OtherJNotes. ("By Old Sport.") The local cricket fixtures for 1909 nill be commenced this afternoon, as follows :-A grade : St. Paul's A. v. Alberts A, No. 1 wicet; and Blairs v. Past Grammars, No. 2 W'ickeot. B grade: Wesley Institute v. Booval, No. 3 wicket. The only cricket match played in Ips wioh durings the holidays was that arranged between the C.Y.M, Society representatives and the Blair Club, which took place last Saturday after noon. on the North Ipswich reserve. Somehow or othe?r, it appears as if Ipswich is being gradially neglected in regard to "big" clicket expositions dur ing the Christmas and, New Year holi days. There was a time when it was otherwise. Canll not matters, in this respel, be rectified in the future ? Regarding last Saturday's match, a very pleasant and rather interesting display of cricket eventuated; when qpite a number of incidents occurred, for most of all being the fact that the C.Y.'s., nithl the assistance of Joe. M'Corsfmclc, vanquis...

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Alleged Stealing OF A CHEQUE. WHOSE PROPERTY IS THE MONEY? CASE ADJOURNED TILL MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Alleged Stealing " iA CIEQUE. WHOSE PROPERTY IS TlEl MONSY'I CASE ADJOURNED TILL MONDAY. Yesterday morning at the Ipswich iPolice Court, before the Police Ilugis rate, 'Bertram Walker, on risnand from the previous Tuesday, appeared to answer to a charge of having stol s a cheque for £1 5s idl, the pro petyr of Fred. Wildo. Senior-Sergeant ring conduceed the prosecution. Sfmuiel Stuart, son of W. ii. Stanart, . `former. witness stated lie resided with his father in Toowoomba, where lie managed his father's business. Ii'? iattended to all his fathers business drcespondence. He never received a latfer from the defendant containing ,te amount of the account owing- I:. Frled. Wilde. Seni~or-Sergeant King. That is the ,evfde tse fdr.4'he prosecution... ' The Police Magistrate : Who laid thU complaint ? ?S?enior-Sergeant King,: Fred. Wilde. '¶i.' Police .Magistrate : If he receiv ld the money in his official capacity, 'ould not the..information, have been by the King ? Senio-r Sergeant Kin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Bulness Announmeata. DALTON BROS., l Ticholu-steet, Ipswich, Wikh their Patrons " A Bright and Happy New Year." A few lines left over Christmas to clear at cost price. TEA, is 3d1. TEA, Is 6d. One Is 3d still holds sway with the public, the sales during December excedding all previous months. OUB ONLE ADDREBB- CH OLA T T, .IPOWICH R .UE. ALUWA8'r STATION). 5 T?? ie GUt A6e O1 V P a'ftsa P?OPHYLACSIC tr BI - COLDS0 StOR . THROATS I 1f,0e.' u turt wriethiiriu: rudsons' eand td,9ne Yor-st eekt e mSydney avoid. Sn l th Aurai tt , t , e nt-e imita an '( Dane iebtona Sulikly to .." " -eprove. _ jilike cough niedicie, "Eamenlathol Jnjoubes" do-not intetfere with the indigestion. Onthe on~ttry. they haves benefolal efeet, as their Antiseptio Properties prevent sbnormalfernsetati n of the food when taken after meals. Bole Manufacturers : Hudsons' Eumenthol Chemical Coy, Ltd., 19 York-street. Sydney. Agena'ea in all the Ausiralian States, Newealoand, and at320 Reggot-at-eet, W. London ianby &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

.A THOROUGHLY RELIABLE WATCH. 5? ,trrIHE J.'W. .BROOK Solid Silver (lI IKeyless English Lover Watch. specially manuractured for me. Jewelled movement, with all the latest improvemwnts. This Watth will give perfect sat :faction, and will last a lifetime. Warrantrs for 10 years, and kept in order free for two yoare. A fine assontment of oither WATCHES are il'istrated and priced in my comp!ete Catalogue. Let me send you a copy It will l be found useful. Posted tree to, any address. I rsoJ. W . * Brookl CDoube u, 70, Hum tingCaes ?0s THE U ' TO-DATE JEWVELLER, 42 IPSWICH and BRISBANE. RHEUMATIC POISON. (Useful Knowledge.) Rheumatism is caused by poisonous matter which, owing to inefficient ac tion of the eliminating organs, has beun suffered to remain in the sys tem. We quote two letters describing the means by which relief can be ob tained. From Mrs. Elizabeth Alligate, 204 Havilah-street, Long Gully, Bendigo, Vie., 21st February, 190S: "I suffered untold agony for several years from c...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Our Land Laws. CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK. SETTLEMENT TO BE FACILITATED. THE PREMIER'S VIEWS ON THE MATTER. PEOPLE SHOULD GET LAND WITHOUT TROUBLE. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

::I : Land Laws, CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK. t 1SETtLEMENT TO BE FACILI TATED. THE PREIMI?'S VTWS'ON THE PEOPLE SHOUT D GET LAXND WITROUT TROUBLE. . isbaae, . January 8. *:-itas been frequently stated that the Oovpramzbikintended to depl at .some "length th e existing Jnd. laws ip orde'r. ttosaiiste settlement. This has lea dp,;iaind the .Premier . (Ion. W. E-?idston) stated this morning that. he and'his colleagues had discussed the lad-.settlement guestion at the, recent "{ebb t tseting,. and.a conference will ; einfild. nett4. weck 4 wich certain offlioers of the. department will be pre sentt to discuss the best methods of p.udhing settlement ahead, Mr. Rid Astoa': stated tja, he recognised there .ire :masnyrdiflleulties in the way, both legiilative and administrative diffi ,dulties; 'but, he said, "I nm. so fully seized with the great im? ortanee of this matter, and I rc sognise so thoroughly that it, lies at tahe gateway of the rapid.. peopling of que~nalsnd, that no effort. will. e s...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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The Victorian Ministry. SOME SLIGHT CHANGES. Melbourne, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

The Victorian jliiistry. SOME SLIGHT CHANGES.1 ; (By Telegraph from Our f'ribepo Melbourne; Jenuary 5 The members of the Murray Adni istration were sworn iin today. S8 slight changes lave. been miade. M'Kgnzie has been rolibevg of e Water Supply eonstlolie eich'g On to Mr. Gramn. 'The control of'" railways has been relingvuie;ie bs y t Grauenm, and combined w with 14 Bilison's Education portliot.. • .. . ··- ?

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Brisbane Jewellery Robbery SOME TIME AGO. TWO ARRESTS MADE. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Brisbane Jewellery Robbery ---:o: SOMIE TIRE AGO. TWO ARRESTS MADE. (iy Telegrap7s froam Our Coarspoudet. .' Brisbane, January 8. Although some time has elapped since the robbery was perpetrated at E. Coomber's shop, in Petiie's ik when about £1000 worth 'la jewell?ry?'. was extracted frou a window, ti e lice have at last, been successful. capturing one who is supposed to'.b the offender. What is siore, one is supposbd to lie the receiver of' t stolea goods lhas also besp arrestd:' It is understood that a pawnbrotEhje who has long been a suspect, " "i Ihis premises searched eunder' a seeaht' wa'rrant, and a *quantity q 'thej ellery which was lost from CoomnSoI shop ln as forund. Botlnh ?oae wi ll ap pear before the Court to mbs owasmorn ing. . . ; .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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American Athletes. SUSPENSION NOT SUSTAINED. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

American Athletes. SUSPENSION NO'r SUSTAINED. (13y Cable Message.) London, .JanuaryT 7. Th'I'le emll ers of the New York Amateur Athletie Union have reinstat Ledl those athletes (inclulding Shepparui, ineon, anld Porter (winners at the re ernl Olympic games), who reeently were susl)indelJ for alleged profession alism. sinre the charges a?sint th i. u have not Lbeen sustained. A london message dated 30t-Ih De e'ml:r'r wtias as follows : mThe New York Amat?eur Ath?ltic Union has suspended several of its imnimilrs for alleged pl.rofessionalism. A.4mong those nunder luspenLsion a're M3. W. Sheppard, C. .1. Bncon, and II. F. Porter. At the Olympic games Sheppard won the 5Oi metres anld 15i00 metre. races both Olvympii reconll.. lisrot lh, 100 mntrs hurdles (fOli'n i rI-' rord), asd Porter the ruimiiLg hign jump. (flt 3in.)

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Great Britain and Germany. THE KAISER'S ATTITUDE. OPINION ON MILITARY AFFAIRS. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Great Britain and Germany. THE KAISER'S ATTITUDE. OPINION ON ffII.T'ARty AFFAIRS. (liy Cable Message.) London, January 8. With reference to ,tlt sensation caused ill ler]in by a y ln?nllap.pa31r annouillin1g that the Kaiser had enltrtnainoe his generals att dinner on Sunday and had read to tlel, explressn?ig his cordial approval, an article puhlidshed tnu the " D)eutsclr Ie lvue" on 1he siubject or pre sent 'day warfare, a tell inforvnod Iler lin cnrlrestlnondlt of tie f ',nlnlsgeer ?ncwhiclhtell" states that the Kaiser ronfirmend his approvarl to Rtie otilitary pa-'ssags of the article ond did not -read the politieal latssages. The cor respotndcrnt declares Ih.llt the Kaiser ntpproed of thle -theories of Count Schifet fan and Genral lien:iergolz to thie ef fect tlhat a line in stinnisnin order and of little dcpthl wi'as ilone of prlatical use in a modern hbttlefield.. -

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South African Raids. BRITISH AND GERMAN CO-OPERATION. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

South African Raids: BRITISR AND GERMAN CO-OPERA-' TION. (By Cabl Message.) ,London, January 8. T'ale " Nrdd Allgesnine 17Zeitusng" in its comanelnts regn?ding Ihe action of ti?e Cape Government in surrender:ng or dis armnhing and interning some lfobtentot nmrauders, anid on tihe feet that h ?me Cape police had shot to''o oliefs while attemnpstiog to escape, remarks titnh tine arrangresenlt betweon the British autnsni ties ,nod Count Dernsburg, director ofthe C'olineial Department of thle- (?,';ln? Fc'or rigur Office, for mutual support end re pression of tiet.(turitulent niosrdv olemr;nt is Imring good fruit. 'IThe t?g'tificnnce <d tihis is evidencend in the fact tShot where the fronltioer Ipopulatiu? d-liet'ti tint rlaids in u olrmn?tn South-aest Africa mnet with the appronal of ds;'.?votring territory,. this idea is non,- ...l ..,.,r= oughly dis-nipatl, which cmili inu?e a last ing effect on other tribes.

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New Storage Battery. PERFECTED BY MR. EDISON. REVOLUTIONARY EFFECT ON TRAFFIC. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

New Storage Battery. 1ElfPECTT4D ny nm. pDfsoON. RlEV'OLUTIONARY RFFECT' ON T'IRAFFI'C. (By Cable Message.) London, January 6. It is annouoced tlhat Mr. 11 ison, tshe woll-aslo??" inventor, dins nerfectoed steerage battery, nwhich worked on a? strlt car for a whole day wiihoutl halg. rc chang;dl., 'Theo invrntor is -onfident ihat the new iavttrry will. ires'lutionise sur face car trame.

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