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Australasian Swimming Championships. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Australasian Swimming ;. Championships. s: h'Notification has been received from 4the sirious Australasiau associati.Ons at the following swimmers will i' 3reeent their States in the forthcom ,n Australasian championships, to be 5;eeided in Sydney, on Jenuary, 16, 20, Sn3d 2;.at the new Domain Baths : `* Victoria.-F. Beauropaire (Al?rli Padc Club), T . W. lason (Melbouin ,1b) J. Gunn (Brightom), T. Richird m (Albert Park),. W. 1. Claringbold 'Aihjirt Park Clubj, and G. A. IMason (elboename Club). Mr. R. 1. Collins 11l act as manager to the team, and ?li also. represent the 'Victorian S. on the conference to be lild ".?urieg the meeting. M?ior. Barclay. C,."aptain Opie, Mr. Marshall Wolfnsa, .and lilr. Lind will also accompany the iieesland -C. Graham, G. Hohiusis r John Pike, T. Trenfield,A. M. L. Dower, , G oego G. Alley. = W: Springf el&, who is return iir nFmgland,; asd A ill most like sin Sydney in 'tme to take1..art the evenhts on the concludi se dry. Wj Vietzel wil eot...
FUN IN THE ROYAL NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
FUN IN THE ROYAL NAVY. I e:ns- ri e a n ?r.vy on bonard the 1ir,'lp l a a di.?er, Irl Louid t'hIarles hi- . S .^utulll(dy h d 'l e l'ht( I b hllin I.urd 'hll101(" ;lhil nt hi " l,?, ii : .lm (l ln .I i '. r ".wihirhiI . rdll 'Ir ilg lich tlInI IaIrC owI I d blei wVI'ttenl , tiu' lh i t? i\l:rilr , il l a Ibl',\ i tll t wrhatt hi: old Ernelish perori irr icr to: y:.) ; n "yl ir'g lii l i i b." a iih l v isa I i" I,:d :la d ,u,:, llr, ; ? 1 r l n"a hard : a thrloys. i l:l ili : aliways inL troule andl olt of it. "ieil," said lord C'harles, "I'll tell you it story} that Irever rightly' got inlto rint, aIs fotar as know, nail it was thle greatest joSl.e 1 eIel a'l, alnd thie llly hit of niirrchief for rrhich I wirs nlievr spankedl I ie lie'. yet most serio r iof all my rtrl" sills of the Ilisll:ievoui order. "I rxans ra iriny theirll, ?h1)t1 trio years lt 1re . glrs, anI 1 e 11 'rle r cruiring aroruit 'Tenerillie. We git IcasC ethi f ly, and Went asholre 1it anulii rerZ. Youi know what ...
THE CONQUEST OF THE AIR. MOTOR DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE CONQUEST OF THE AIR. MOTOR DEVEILOI' ENXT. 'lhere is evers- indication that the navigation of the air, alr'cady airenO!ll plished within certain narrow limnit ations, will continulte to s-worlk ollt its own development mlch in ithe sle mannerl as other f'Uldailllmentl elgi neel'ing questions. As a natter of factc. the w\hole of the present activity in aerial navi gationa is bilt a natural result of the developnment of the light-welrgh., internal-combustion motor. his dli rigille balloon of to-day is practi cally the same as that devised bhy the late Colonel Renard in his ex pieriliellts for the French Go\vernelllitl -tull" thirty years ago. with the l sx rception of the substitution of the light and powerful gasoline engine for the heanvy and weak electric nuo tar employed by the French piolleu'. '1'lte Wright brothers, concettninig whose work so tliuch has Ilbeen said of latet, began their exslel'illlctlts ill gliding where Lilienthal left o1T, and while they accomplished illuc...
THE CZAR'S BODYGUARD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE CZAR'S BODYCUARD. Whtin t1hle Czar learned that hi! foivrtleeri I?tIt'etllit had adapted reso hittlns iuplllding all the actions of the ullI Iia, and inni unllltinl?g Ihat lIhi S,- n warnat ld no 1i1,r ,'police t (Ity en 1liililg 'I lh,' -c}yi llg of brothers eI '. I ,' " -, 11l a ned :s by a flb tw tltin e tail'. It'( ah +;i n I t' c ie's a d ult] mtn t) Il uit.u·1 g ( i t fist'; 1 ,111 tli. t 1 alill ti i'f ,-- I I II I -t i,, . I'- , .I i'1 .'th,, i i I' -l!i,?' - l f-it,; t, 'OItus, cli.-" t iltrs . ,.e;ional 1pl ' i iVl.' f t1 ' all li tfiie iof til spcital privileges tuliuted hI guards Il n, hillt even its nurmSl tas changed Thl', after it iwas designated "'The 'I1 ea:ial hnfuantry\' 1U 1tnalion." It \vo . I;nisilit that disauli'etulon wary :proi',dinl, d lith raniis of lilt' alt'i . for thtl, reason. nn iv colllmanfld th:ll had ,long Ieen quartredu at tt. 1I' l,~ ]tr y ll?d"i 11! \ost ow Ol1 spelcial duly were 'eit to ieoUllte sation ill ihf eupt .ire, and their places ta...
THE KNIGHT—OH, WHERE WAS HE? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE KNIGHT-OH, WHERE WAS HE? 'Tihe' clock onil tl IlnIItelaicla''. Ihad already struck "one." .'al tast, it would have dionll', if c:lcks i;ha' Ilen i nt-, tled tihen. Still il:' ' ;Ul;lta kllighil li(ngered, thinking h 1? ,lllt ith l?ng toi lsa , all lilitilt tahl i:il': liughter wast obvious!i'i!v half sl p. i' in afraidi," ' i' t e l ,t ' ri Ih ;it./ In: lthlat. I I t like i ll a t " \ti w tI', fi or. Sir' . :tll] ;I " .!, i . ll. I rill, ilh l i. The' : a1(1ck ro' s li ''r. :a" :-ha all I 1 orld : "' Na1 .. I.hiaaa. htill l l i ai cll ? i:i ., finit-lc;iat, i Illl ." Aha. fair illad ', he it' i , ;eelitllig a coisplimienlt, 'in 'lthat muanner ?" ?1 i" akes you so lo. g .I , l' ilo " llna rillna"' . ai l i le . m t le d it l ior a i ana. lll At, 1.15 ll , the. i-faa oa l t al lli l waitr 'It clang, i lt'e I L iia 1,t 1 ailit for lth' night.. It diatliaidga are'a •ri . ill the ';tistle :,l?' il. Thiu aitlli who tflulao hif'atalf in his own righteouts?tcss geanoealli- sultfls from ...
Warwick Election Petition APPEAL LODGED. Warwick, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
arwick Elecion Petition APPEAL LODGED. Wanvick, Thursday. ' tice of a penl to the full Courb, g st the judgment of his ionusu iTdge Real and the Elections Tribunal hJe -Warwick election case was serv pa on $Ionday last. The grounds o: are : S hat on aditted fact"i h r the' election was guilty of tie apgqr t practlye of treating; 'Oe(2) ,I'rat on the admitted facts th. , b' his agents, before, ddur a after the .election was guilts P1Q the corrupt jrnctice of lribc:y ; (3) That on the admitted facts car taiou reprsons tefore, during. anti. after the election were guilty .of illegal oprac ti~es by and with the knowledge aid cesueat at thh said rospondent *-(i) That the decision of the. a.ce.s ';asois, and the detersninat.ion fI tfhe ",=said.eletions tribunal, are again=t lie evidence. h-..matter will cone on for ]warini -ri$ore the ull Court, which will sit ,in-Br~tbane onr Tuesday, the 16lth ae' ruary nest. It's never too late to mend. There' tfor suhscriLo to the "Queensland =; qe4" ...
Gar Fishing. PHENOMENAL HAULS AT BONDI BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Gar Fishing.s PHENOMENAL IAULLS AT BONDI BEACH. 11here, ar~ at present camped at the northern extremity of the Bondi Beach, Sydney, three fishermen-Missrs. J., H., and P. Doherty, who have been getting some ext?raondilnary hauls of gar ftih. When their boat is coming aehore, there is always a commotion eunong the bath ers, and the outsider would iimagine that' somtethine *had got into trouble In the undertow. But the fame of these fine catches has spread afar, and those who may happen to h on the beach are al ways anxious to see the hauls. Hence the excitf eent and the crowds. While the brothers ~,uoheriy are always pleased to see these demonstrations, and get lit t11 attentions from the bathers when the catches are very large, they do object to the meddling propensioaes of the urithik irng who, tostead of assisting, humper them in their operactions. Heering of tone successful hauls, a re presentative of the 'Town and Country Journnl" visited the beach, ate had a ctat with lMr. John...
Queensland University. FOUNDATION-STONE TO BE LAID ON THE 10TH DECEMBER, 1909. A PROPOSED CONFERENCE. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Queensland University. 1OUN'DATION-STONE TO .BE LAID ON THE 10TH DECEMBER, 1909. A PROPOSED CONFERENCE.. Bilsiane, January 8.. TIhe Premier (the Hon... W idston) stated .this morning, that the:Govern ment had decided to commemorate the jubilee year of the State by the inauguration of a Queensland riuver sity;, and if Parlihment approvcd of thl e necessary outly- which he hoped would ,be done-the foundaqionstone would be laid on F]riday, the 10th December next. Mir. Kidston' said that details would have to be determined in the mean? time, and it has been decided that the3 inieter for Education ('fon. A. H. Barlow] and the Rome S&retary (Hon: J. T. Bell) should mVcet the mem,: brwe of the University Promnotion Committee at an early date, whenthe ds ails will he discussed. Mr. Kidston said that he understood Ith committee already had done excel lent work in the furtherance of the university sclkme, ead it was only fa'r that tlev should not be over looked when determining such a...
Laidley News. THE ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Laidley News. (From Our Loclcyer Correspondent.) TITR ROSTER. The names of the following justices appear.'on the roster when required at thle . Court-House for next week : Messrs. A. M',W. Don, P. ,Neilsen, J. Carmody, B.. Dunn, J. Cook, J. M'Cartney, and T. II. Gartside. CATTLE SALE. SMr. J. W. J. Walton, auctioneer, re ports.-having, ..during the week, dis posed of 50 cows and springers (froml the Lowood districtj and 6(5 heifers to Northern buyers at satisfactory prices. FORTNIJGHTLY PiG SALES. In an advertisement in another part of your issue Messrs. Whitworth apd Gartside, auctioneers, of Laidley al: Gatton, notify their clients that they have altered the dates of holding their fortnightly pig sales in Laidley and Gatton. sc ,first sale of thie ew year will ':be held in their William street yards on Monday next', when they, hope to have a large yardinlg. On the following Wednesday the sales will be resumed in the yards at North Gdtton. Will the pig-producers. kiinly note these ...
Lad's Strange Behaviour. LURES AWAY SMALL CHILDREN. THEN THRASHES THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Lad's Strange Behaviour. LURES AWAY SMALL. CHILDREN. TIUIN THRASHES THEM. ''h extraordinary behaviour of a boy of 16, years has of late bean is itating tlh minds of those Armidale residents who have yousng thildren playing souto i . the str:'ts (says ,. the Mltbouirne 'Age" of, Tuesday). These youngsters have coIe 'hlqm'hreathless, and pour tdl in, their parents' ears a tale of a strange .boy who from time to time interrupnted their play, and tried to take away certain of their. number with him up the street offering cigar ette cards and other hoguilements to overcosune any missivings. Under such inducemeists one or two had consent ed, :and dark rumours sere sui3se quently whispered, about in their au vensile circles that the' strange lad had tried to do ,dreadful things to. those who went with him. These peculiar stories reia so persistent'~ y circulated, and" so' efen receiyed confirmation by the exjhi'ition of the bloody hands of those w'oh' were rash enough to undertake :the mys...
New York's "Earth-scraper." SIX STOREYS BELOW GROUND. (London "Daily Telegraph's" correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
New York's " Earth scraper." -' : :-- SIX STOREIYS BELOW GROUND. (London "Daily Telegraph's" corres pondent.) Skyscrapers, like the unfinished lMt ropolitan Life Insurance building in New York, 42 storeys, total hlight 7if0ft--ust twice as high as St. Paul's Cathedral, save 401ft-have not yet reached their limit, and aldleady the era of the earthscraper has arrived. This morning I had the privilege la inspecting the plans of probably the most remarkable modern building ii. the world, which will have, when oase plete, 38 storeys scraping skywerd, amd six storeys scraping earthward, and premises both above and below the earth have already been let on lons leases for a total rental of £200,000. This wonderful combination of skyand earth buildings, costing £776,000, built of white enamel brick and terra cottat, willbe situated at No. 50, Broadway, an enortinously expensihb site, and in appearance will not be any more "peakish" titan other extraordinary buildings in New' York. all having...
The Rainfall in Ipswich. FOR THE YEAR 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
The Rainfall in. Ipswich. -- • FOR THE YEAR 1908. lThe officials of tbe Ipswich .Pot-Ofce have very coartesusly .furtrlslhed usipth a return of thel rainfall for t varifous monuts of the year 1908, as registered at the gauge at tha~t. place. Mr. W. IMarsh, of tlas Ipswich Nursery, also has kindly supplied us 'wich a list of the r.infallns for t.le same Jersio, as regis tured by the gauge at .his nursery, as wAl asc the raicfaltl registered 'by Mr. A. E. Vise, of the lI??lerit. M-ountain, ,o'"ar Wtooe?tbye, on the lorth coast. Ost tosmnpanrtg the -three records it will he s?an that the rainftll a tlhe luderisn Mountain is omuch gre? ter htan that of .Tl'ssich. The total for the year as e c.?nded at t. he Post-Offics was ' 39in 4I points, a?ld att.Mr. Mnlarsh's' nursery 44lin 97 points. t The wettest moonths of the year were ,those of Fohruary and March, the ruainlnl dutriin tFebruary, at co'disng to thl Post-Oflice records, being Tin :38 poi,?ts, and that of March -13isr 3i6 pcinlt.s...
LATE COMMERCIAL BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKETS. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
LATE COUMMUEtb BRISBANE POBLTOE M ltET Boshptiee January 8) Supplies , e a1dil dmo -! E -ias' were. heiay, a ,..:ae ., Prime chaff lid. 13uy gs o amSrsod, 4 most lines weni pass?d,: ,7 corio.i' lines, howevorr"ppla t'4s'A Forest ell.To ; te 5a -, .ba:; gs manze,, 4s od, ps ,4 0 on.. , 5-: bales luogue'e ay, sGd, psasid-e~. t Barnes : 16 dudlps luncee t-,:? , Sil,' passed; to. iiaokl4ea 20 Iialesiuac& hay, 4s 4d; to beanham: 7 babo s -' soene hay, 3s 10d,; passed.t o s n : 10 a bag ? oenbos .;ff,s;9a passed; to Bueoll :.7 -rE . 6na , 4 2d, passed; to Jac?ksoi.: ?0, maize, 4s S'd, passed;? to Bow.es' bales laerne hay s, pass -to J se son : 6' baes lucerne, ,?3s"s id' r, ps. ed ; to. Jackons : t . ale to Barnes,- ii tkg iludens Sa 16d. To Barter, 60 bags'miied: 5a Gd; 10 bags maie, ed. To JLaidla: 5 . ,a res tr` potatoes, si Od Tp P bags maize, 4s 31 p 4s 3d, passed. ToSiips -t blueskins, 7s' Gd, poiase.. Tsi Denham : ?- bagslu e,?.e ,, ed. To Howes: 4 g mi?eli d"g bs :9d. To B...
Heat-Apoplexy. SUN-STROKE AND HEAT-STROKE. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Heat-Apoplexy: -:o: .SUN-STROKE AND IREAT-S'?t~IIE. SUGGESTIONS FOI?R IEA¶IMENhI'. 'ice followinlg suggestions for she pre \v>tiotni aod oarly treselcit of. sun strolke, boat-ssroke, or lunat-alpoplexy us by Pr. 1B. Burnett Ham, Cdinmission??r of Public Health : DEFINITION. 'lee tero? l :' ad-stroke" covers evoeral distinct clinical conditions. Heat apIo Icxy, he.,. mulo~ s the effect of excessive hrat., hight atiosplheric tmperature, not necessarily the imnmediale ction of the suoi's rays. It may thus occur at night as well as by day. it is most Jilkly to offect illcni pesrate persons, and those whose he llbh is disordered or wllo are over fligneood. PREVENTION. During the hot weather everythingc which t?ads to lower the general t?lrltdl, suh as insllficieilt rest, dissipation, groot lodily or mental fatiguel c., should bu avoided. It is daugerous to lie downl upon the ,hot grounod. All clothiong should be light and loose fit ting. Ice goinlg out in te sun the t had shol?ld be p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Auvtion Sal es CGREAT CLEARING SALE. 55o CATTLEI 55 'CAfTLE 5 : CATI'LE! iOR Auction 'at Hidden Vali, n-ar fravdlchest-r Wodnesday next. Jdnuary 13. a t ll o'olook. Owing to the estIa..f Hid-du V dte leatua ,.d Hr. Cotton's realy departure for England he has inotrue ed u t,o h.ld an Ahsolute .l.aring S .1. .t lt Zattle on the Property.and includedr in which ore: 2.10 ,tud .horthorn Heif ra 2 fo 8 years, pick of the whole well-ktown Gitoomgas hob d in os If and calving to v, ry hirh class Stui Shorthorn Bulls (about 100 branded c lvea at foot). 62 Stud bhorthotn efttrs; 2) to 3 years, Gordon Brook bred, in ctEf and calving to very high class StoW Shorthorn Bulls. , 9 btud Shorthrdti Cows, ltrv.nsworth bred. 3 High-ela-s Stu' shorthorn CowA. 3 years. imnported fron Colao, Victoria, i ca'f to high class bnll? 40 Stdd Shorthorn Heifere, 1 year Lt High-class Stud ithorthorn Hulls, 2 to 4 peare, purohised from the Stti?l of the late .J K. Angus Hill, lial pros, W. iH. Ilade " Olengltlan,'...
THE BUTTER MARKET. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE BUTTER, MARKET. (By Cable Message.) London, Jeanuary . Butter is firm and in good demapi4. Ohoicest Australian is quoted' at tOBp per cwt, a few parcels goinig up o l10xs. New Zealand is cnbuinal a~t 1'is, wille the rate for Danish is 11Bs to 11~s. THE CHEESE 3AREET. London, January -. The cheese markot is firm, New Zea laud being quoted at 60s, ean Cea-d ius at 61s to 633. WHEAT MARKET. London, January 6. The whdeat market is finrm. o~aug to the road weatlier sand the small 1abip55ents from Europe, but buyers aru cautious, expeecting large Australias anrd Argen tie shipments withiun the next tiree muontuos. THE FOI)UI .MARKET. London, January 8. The flour market is quiet, and pri?es reumana unohaolged.
A LACERATED FINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
A LAC]EIAT'rD FINGER. Late yesterday afternoon Mr. Nor man R?aymond, 24 years of age, a re sident of Burnett-street, met with. a slight accident whilst discharging his duties as a porter in the railway ymels at ,North Ipswich. It seems thut his left hand was caught in the door-way of a waggon, as a result of which he sustained t laceration of the tihid fingir of thaB hand. Ambulance bearers were summoned, and they rendered first aid, and then conveyed the 'sufferer to Dr. J. A. Cameron's surgery, there the wound was dressed. Great Collection of Vases and Oman meata at Crbb and Foote's. See their Show-Roor Display.*
GREENWOODS' MOVING THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
'GREI NWXT OODS' MOVING TIJIATJIti. To-morrow evening the Greenwoods will hold a grand sacred concert in their delightfully cool canvas theatre. The concekt will' commence after church servi&es, and an especially fine pro gramme has been arralgod. Among other items Miss Maribel Greenwood will introduce the "Cantellations It' calmed," and Miss Agatha Greenwood is to sing the great Italian aria. '€ Ernarvi in bollami." Concerted numbers will include the sacred trio "Li prego," the favourite duct "Sain ted Mother," and the "Gloria. in Excelsis," from Mozart's "Terlfth Mass." Admission will be by . silver coin.
ELLENBOROUGH-STREET METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
ELLENJIIO]IOUGI.STRiEET MI 'IO 1IST CH)))CII. T'he ervrices at fre a1bo'Ke C(hurch 4,o Mnrrew will 'be couduciod at 11 u.1. icy ]lcv. M. F eogg acd at .7:30,an. bIy Rev. T. ' Warhaun. Evaning subject': Secue Lessaos of tle Great Earth qUilti." Stracigers and ni-uc-huiricgoers corniellly invjted.e 414 Cribb and Foote'a Special Grocery and Ironmaongey Advertisement on page 3.