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Telephone Charges BETWEEN IPSWICH AND OTHER STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Telephone Charges MIITWEEN IPSWICH AND OTHER STATIONS. 1The following is the list of charges for the use of the telephone betwean Ipswich ?nd the places mentionad : Eachb Ipswich to First 3 tionel minutes. 3m9n. Allor. .. ..:.....:..... ...... 1 10 1 4 Hoonaih ...L..'... '...:... 0 8 0 6 isowenvllle ........:..... 1 4 t 0 Brisbane .......,. ....... 0 4 0 3 ulndatlerg .....:...... 2 10 2 1 Cembooyea .....:....". 1 0 0 9 Chinchilla y......a.....2 4 1 9 Clifton ........ ..:.. ,..... 1 4 1 0 Ooozniny ..:..a....... 0 8 0 6 Crow's Nest, ..:....... 1 4 1 0 Onlby ........:....,...:.... 1 10 1 4 Elltagowan ..a.a...... 2 4 1 9 Engelburg ...... ..O... 0 6 Dek ..:...L.....r.. :.,..... .0 8 O 6 Forest H?Il ..+...:.... O 8 0 6 aton .....a?.a,.:... 0 B 0 6 Glamorgan V?e .... 0 2 0 2 Gomoran ...........:.... 1 4 1 0 onombungee .... 1 4 1 0 Gowrie Junction ..... 1 0 0 9 Crandchester ..a..... 0 3 0 3 Grantham ...t....... ..... 0 0 6 Greoemount ........... 1 4 1 0 Oymp?e ...1.......... ..... 1 10 1 4 ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
New Zealand. Auckland, January 8. EXAMINATION OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

New Zealand. Auckland, Jmnuaty S. tXANINATI'ON OF NINERIS. A:t mtnstin of Wanihli miners it was unlanjimolusly deciilod ,to dl eli ll't, ,,,'i,,,ýrz nolieal ,xaintalti,. . IThe meetlig also endorsed tihi neti, ofi those who inal already -refust d to submit to xcsamintioin, anti pltdged themselves to come dot in n I,t:ly un less the mien arlr re-insate~l by ldin dav.

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

NEWS FROM' ZUWOOV. . At' ajitt'10.3 o' clock this' leorning (writes;our Loawood co respondent n Sr:TiThursday's date), an accildent that sngihttn'dae hieens attended With wcorse resilts -ocuird in )hain-street, L wood. Mr. J. Letztow accomsp.s?unied {yfivIs brother Mr 4. ieitro", wOa, dibi?hg down tlhat stireet on .a "oad of tsrno r. When aijout opposite Pr. Iymsan s surgery, the horses noitd, and iproeeded at a rapid pace till oi~ad iti Mr. Lindemann's. store, where y. [iran" ito .a covered drain-way. \h.e '9dden stop turned the "an gon over ?:ashing it up completely. Mr. S'i toW was bxtricated and coni vejycd'to the htoyal otel, where lie as' attended to 'by Dr. Hymu mn. $t'auga to say, no Aonae wsere oro' n anIjury to, tIe foot bcing the worst aiinage done. The sufferer went to the iad?'dh "ospital by this evening's tra. . r.3;r A ieitzow jumped off the Waggon before the accidenit, and ccII di th a fl? ir4rdiss aboout 'ye body. ,rtsmen t See Page 3 ior Sporting Gcu~5~ ______

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

THE SURRENDER OF PRINSLOO. On July 29,1900 (Sunday), a ces sation of all hostilities somewhat puz4led our troops in the Free State. In the afternoon it was oti cially announced that the enemy, under Conmmandant Prinsloo, esti nmated at between four and five thou sand Burghers, had surrendered en conditionally. This news was re ceived with the greatest enthusiasm, tie troops cheering aeaun and again, and singing, "God Save the tlueen." ''This, the greatest defnat of the Boers since Pnardclerg, was the work of Generals Hunter, Rundle. Pagot, Clements. iBralant, and Mac donald. and was accomplished in the most difficult part of Orange Free State. So well was this work per formed Iby our half-fed troops that evety effort of the linoers to break tihrotuglh was frustrated, and now we had .the satisfaction of steing our efforts crowned with success. July 30 was occupied in accept ig the surrendei of the Iloer cot:.cnandos, and in destroying their aruts. One who was present writes: "We were...

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

\tism Scraggs : wive ll u'& oUt alone on aaI:w.k nlight. I Iaw J ;;I n, and, oh !Ily goodnCss, howi 1 Wan.l A d u Liclllr Willie: "And did you catch h~im, Misrs ticrng ''

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
International Cricket. NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE FIXTURES ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

International Cricket. , NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE FIXTURES ARRANGED). The fdllowin: are 1the fixtures for the Australl. I cricket teuit which is to visit the old country next year, as arranged in England by Dr. Poide. vin : May 6--8, v. Notts at Nottingham. May 10-12, v. Northants, at Nor thampton. May 13--t1, v. Essex, at Ieyton. 3lay 17-11), v. Surrey, at the Oval. Slay 201-22, v. 31.0.%., at Lord's. May 24-26, v. Oxford University, at Oxford. May 31-June 2, v. Leicester, at Lei oester. June 3-5, v. Cauisbridze Tiaiversity, at Cambridge. June 7--9, v. Hnts, at Soutlhlamp ton. May 27-29., First Teat, at Birnming hal. June 10-12, v. Somerset, at ]Bath. June 14--16, Second To-t, at Lord's. June 17-i1), vacant. June 21-23, v. Yorkshire, at Brad ford. June 21--2, 'v. Lancashlire nn:l Yorks, at Mlanchester. June 29-30), vacant. Tuly 1--3, Third Test at Stles. Jaly 5--7, v. Warwiclshire, at Bir mnin'hnam. July' S--10, v, Woreestler, at Worces ter. ,uly 12-1!, v. Gloueest-r, at Bristol...

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

YGUR LiST OF RELATIOHS. -4- - llere is a problem : 1)id it evec occir to an, one to go haIclk a ie f euerations and consider the reia tionship each of us have to others. I-or ils;tance, a main has tL\n par ents, four grand-parents, eight great-grandparents, sixteen great grent-grandparents. Each or hi.e foull grand-parents had Ifour grand parents, which equals sixteen great grandparents; each of his sixteen great-grandparents had had eight great-grandparents and sixLcen grandt Iarents four times removed, which '4ua1ls 128 grandparents three timel r:,mo\vid, and 256 four Limes re moed. HIlence a. man going Iack fire gene 't'olns finds himself the granson ,o nearly 4(11) people, and this is allow 0g :I al''r'age of one child to a 1ulil'. If each man were entitles 'Ito tolil o five-lhundred relatives, ol Sill ihe 'was the only offspring, hb populltion five generations ago *".:'L have been 400 times its pre sFnL nunmber. "I'o turn the problem again, let us < -ider ani average...

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

VURTO'S QOMANPUES. Thie appehrance of Verbo's Combined nOmpaiieti is alwans- welcome in IJpe wuh for ,the progranme they pres nt add gies'rilly 4n ilildl upon to 1 up toMdate. Thieir Quenuslaud tour this year has,.we are ..fl urod, nmor a lenair~imenl ucocs,; an?i d¢iuttless next St4la9 iwill ihe h. roswded house in the Toipn Hell.. Amwng ie-ir latest attractioins is "Then .itrry- Widow." As utsual they are char'in?g the polmplar pr.ies-2. , I. , and id. Our Amaual santa Claus carnaval now on. s~hojf-room erainaed with Novelties and Toys osi&eryi iescriptioe. OCrlb and riaDt. *

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

Correspiondence. (We do not bold ouraeices responelbl4. for Lhe opinoeans expressed by our cbrre powdondt.)

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

A CODFISH LEGFND. At'the Amateur Fishermen's Associa tion last night, a specimen, of the lw runliar shrub or tree formation of the blood-vessels in the skin lining the in teridr of the Murray cod fish was cx hibited. (says Wednesday's "Sydney Morning Herald.") There is a legend chrrent amnongst "Murruminidgee whal b'rs" that every cod fish has in its in terior an exact reporrchttion of the tree or shrob uinder which it first umerged from the egg The eggs oa the Ilsrray cod. are cismersal, and are attached to sub-acuieous snags or rocks until the hatchuig is complete. The specimen referred to'was taken from a free fish caught at Echuea, on tht Marray, and was carefully pinuntod on a piece of brown pIaper, to which it adhered by its own 'viseid constituency. Tle appearance of folisagh is' remark ably realistic, and bears a strong re semblance to the leaves and 4imnmhes of ' an attractive shrub. TFI old 'wlialer's" belief hisas never been sub satantilted, and the arrangement is probabl...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Railway Traffic Earnings. GRATIFYING INCREASES. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Railway Traffic Earnings. G ATIFING INCREASnES. tl' Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, January 8. The Commissioner for Itailwa.y has reoived; from the Traffic MLanager, re turns fhowing the earnings of thie vua rious lines during the month of De c~mber last, and a comparison be tween them and those of Deculilnr, 1970. These figures show a gratifying increase in most cases. The Southlir and Central lines show increases for the month of December of £20,87r, 1ihe Mackay line a decrease of £3 - the Boon line an incrouase of £28, the Great Northern line an incr6asi of £3,. 700, the Cairns lilne .a. increasa of £323, the. Coektown -in?e on inrease of £21, and .the Normanton line a de ?creas of £357. The nett increase for the six mon?s was £34;382.

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

MASEI~S CANCrThJEl. We have' here desired to stnae that dbe maeee which were to lie held on Fnhdqvn NA 'ntiinda}. next at rantmpa il. Sandy Creek nepectively have. been eon elled. Clrlnhman ' nd New Year Cards ned Inhl t. m s rost-Cords. Moervelloilaly low IVice.. Crlbb asd Foote.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Government. Rosewood Shire Council. THE RETIRING COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Local Government. Rosewood Shire Council. TH :.RET'IRING 'COUNCILLORS. At the lust nm:ting of tlhe IRosewoodl Shire Council a questioi iarose a to which of the councillors shoull retire in colm?etion with the forthconmiig annual clections, and the retuniing-of ficeer wa instructiJ .to o'luain legal nhdice.. lTie clerk ,of the council (Mr. W. (G. S. Blacklmore) informs us that the question was submitted to Er. ]:. A. Douglas,u who was one of the lbar risters c.Ungug on tdihalof ct tle Crown in the various cases relating to the council elections and a.appointments, and he has advi-eed "that since no electioan wirer eIeld under the author ity of .the council in July, 1907, the menpbers who would have retired on that octcasion (or those appoints ason their successors) lhould go out at this eleotiori." The -tiring inembers, there fore, will be Cm. Arthur Bensley, Pat rick Aliern, and John Yatcs, the lat ter having b'hen appointed to the sent formely held ?)y nlr. Edward Collins.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Death of a Boundary Rider Winton, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Death of a Boundary. Rider --: o:- . (fly Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Hinton, January 8.. George flatten, a boundary rider on Llourheidol station, died rnt ?lddloton hut, on the 2nd instislt, from ,n over-1 dose of stryehaine. It appears that on thri day deceased was spoken to by the overseer, who noticed that he was ailing. Deceased repliedl that lhe was sick from an ovetidose of imedicine, meaning strychnin2. He further slitel "They tell me it is ,good stuff, but I think I have overdone it." The over. seer re-uested deceased to inform him how to dispose of his property, but deceased replied that lie thought hlie would pull through. Leaving a man named George Smith in charge, Tho mas Sheinin left to inform Edeardl ities, the manager. When both re turned Smith informed them that fat ton. had died siout two hours pre ?iously. It is-custonsary for boundary riders to be .supplioe with strychnine for.poisoning hawlks, dingoes, &c. De c?td lihad heen on a drinking bout ext...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Newcastle Tragedy. A STRANGE STORY. Newcastle, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

The Newcastle Tragedy. A STHANGEl STORY. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Newcastle, January 8. IThe otoman Florence 3Margarut Itandle. who was shot at ltoniltoi n on Tuesday, is recovering from the wound inflicted ly her husbanid. She lies made a rlmalitk able statiemlent to lthe polire rega.nd:g lie tra.gedy. Shir said ; ,e"i ( tl ' only Ien mtarried fi\e weeks ,anld ltiod on goo;d terms. Notwitlihets? disng this, shle aoid, lie biotgiit a revolver on Tuesday and showed it to her. She know he meant to shoot her aid timself. 'They retired to hod and 'in a little 'whuile he asked dlerI to get lup and go for a walk. She consented and said, " We.vll go over near atooher's pllace." Ite raplied " Al right, so -long as we bIoth' go together." By this shen, kniew die mnaotl they were to Idie togotiter. Th:ley welt out and a?t n, a spaddock aear by. Romn dlo then got Ohe revolver s?nd ?oid, '"Will I db'"it now?" nseontmlgg'oIuld he shoot. She said, ." Yees do ikt. nod get it over." -...

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BUNDANBA SHIRE COUNCILLORS' EULOGY AND ALLEGATIONS. To the Editor of "Queensland Times." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

DUNDANIIA jif11It COUoCILLO'US' IEI;LOG'Y AND ALLEGATIONS. To the Editor of " Quoonslaud Timlvs." Sir,-WI't your Ilirpd perotiss:on I would like to onkso . dow reumrkhs oneOnt those eulogistic praise so lu0 isly iem sohowed upon ?hmuset1heas., for tOhor actious durbntg their terms of oice, fby tIh Shiro Couneillors of Ilorndanudu in 'the report of their hilst .eetisg wfiolth appelar iu .the last issue of yo~ur valuOwle )paper'. Ilhe olpinions so express.? nre certainly toeir owns.; but I .ro sure it' would 'loe intelreting to theol to baulln ,'?ia ?t?e maOlor?ity of the rarlepyers toliik of how thyv ure govternod 'by their sel-prais od represeoiutiv'es. My prinoipal object in 'writiug this is to emulophutically deny irŽ ot albohtlonsiansdo .by sonio of the coruncillors-'lutL the opi dotic hospital na Nowoon' is I the cause of bhriging out opplositilon to Cr. Wot soil, as stiloate; aund at l o.1o so?l bile I uiloy poirt out thit in the tnild)i of a ohicdy-l'oioultoed suburb, w'sith l...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE IPSWICH POUND-YARD. To the Editor of "Queensland Times." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

TEE IPSWICH POUND-YARDU. To the' Editdr of "Queensland Times.'" Sir,--i observed yesterday that the Ipswih (City Council were repairing the ]pslsich pound-yard. 1 thought it was a necessity, although not a direct b tne. to..me. Duming the period that Mr. Bennet an-I the late M?'. Charles. Herbert were pound-keepers, and the present official, .have,. whilst passi?g, .give themi: i hsn4 to clip and' brand . stock ;b at foaund the crush was too wide by at least . in. or lft, Yesterday I went to. the pound-yard to take lossession of a colt only three years old, and could not catch him, lecause h'a jumped but of the crush twice. He was only released the night 'before; and how fortunate for the pound-keeper that he was not still in his custody, becaese it took four good horsemen, on good 'horses, and about 20 other persons to get him; in (with a coach to boot) and Mr. Edward Kelly, - Mr.. Iszlaub, my self, and others had to put bars on top of the crush to hold him. This drives miy memory ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE MERCHANT NAVY. AN EXACTING PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THE MERCGHANT NAVY. AN EI?ACTING PI'IOFESSION. ,avour plays no part in adiuvance linent at sea. All thie lines keep to 111-.: of I leir ow'1i ollicleiS wholi .10li 1uil llnl lidelity are ]'Ilu ed. i.lt Ilu'? Lu te that, \will l'l:w exelptions lililrli to . 11:1i . T1ihe 5' 11110 ll i nII i111 1 il(n tl hai r 1'l-e1 n fr11311 01 th I, tllll' , )1i" i s' om th'1 jlllior 1 losts f1 Ih1ll lin ill hll ch 1 'iti v str'\'e, tll. ha lly. 1110) lihn llpat'l ion iv OutlIde' 0It is tl is t 111 ,,ll11 ai profession The junior l"lic? ,; :I1111H receivei' mUOr thall fro'l eigilt to .Wt.nt, 11111 Is a month, vln therle aire l', few ships in wvhich lth? captain' salall is 1more than a thoiusandl 3ound:,.11 a veal0. .\L the s1mne tilme, it is the imost 'Xr11 :il1g of all llprofessions, 1n1 th1 tl1\ly p1rofession in which 10 is.ikes II'; ilretri?'v\ablý, .1 doclor or a ];l\\-ayer mlly lose a case thllo.u ';lh :t. I ilrl' lll' an1iy blusiness 11. ll lll co' ni to hulnkrmuptcy through lack of judg. in1...

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SICILY. YESTERDAY: TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

SICILY. YESTERDAY : TO-DAY. To lie in Sicily in April is to rivel in midsummer heat, to see the lizards basking in the sun, to watck the cicadas, to listen while from omne height a brown-limbed boy pipes to his goats-for all the worlc as if he were Thyrsis or Corydorn singing his love for some disdainful damsel. "Begin, dear Muses, begin the bucolic strain !" Sicily is all Theocritis and pas loral poetry, with Etna like some dream mountain rising from its sinerclad slopes to its bashful beauty of untrodden snow, and tht river Anapus-the broad stream ol .\llpus, as Theocritus calls it, though, indeed, it is no bigger thar the Cherwell at Oxford--winding its wtay through feathery pityr'l'ts,. dowr to the great Harbour which witness id the downfall of Athenoan holes at S?3'acuse. You do not live the sl' renllus lift of to-day ill Sicily. Youii are under the benevoolent despotism of Hierc or Ditilnysius : or you watch the des perate l)emlosthll'es scaliing tilt heights of Epipolaec, ill...

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

THE BEST PFOR THE MONEY IS .-. ý very eatits Abslutel9 Pare Tea. A The Qaalit: i tis Unfa'brm - Reliable. ! The ContentsVare Net Weight. - e THE PRICE IfS-I6?--EYERYWHERE. Serious Chances. TAatN $IAc EGfLEIVG A S: S serious o?ohenc in , gt o tiedc of plles.a Tise sal 4 iesuicy to cor chroni, Ais des 'o'hhr ter'tnrency to ul rni `do orst g of sbulas, rehah we ''tsdtificult to hre. 'llhe re r r nay ' o y form of Plea. itchirg or prpearudng, is aDose St, ? ; using ?~ there is no dc ", irat deily , occupaorised and the ''teen made ? by St 'asto rendered it lf ver d.e world. e?an's oit ai?o a g?stIer seoer d end more tic popularity than esy other .'b ;-mo y s .re-r placed on t?. etroueot. )pa.°D , T'sor, l.,listrpoar'lrter, GeorsYe t ppost St. Jotes's Church), sis, says :- t hink it only eight ' lknaothe gret i cndoth I have use: ~ u of. 'Doan's sint ur for : " IItas: over fiv. n 'ruered s' 'th thids il t: I ?trdt4 5'various remmodies, Irut per. ,` o I.se: Im fact, oee after .proe? ?? no...

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