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BIG CLEARING SALE OF STUD AND OTHER CATTLE AT HIDDEN VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
BIG CLEARING SALE OF' SIU) AN1) ' OTmi~f'CATLEAT HIDlEN. YALE. Our readers are reminded of the big cleli·ing sale. o stud hortlsorn ankid other cattle which takes"."- plac at-Hidden Vale, near Gra d?m adr on Wednesday itext. The estate "Is been sold, and'ithe whole of . Coltton's cattle-wich include 15 ve, ; i?h-cass stiud shorthorn blls fron le eding studs in" the Sbotheie States, 0d. yiarliig ,ssorhrn - •s, f .o s ,tud .sdrthoin o and heifirs in calf and many'w sitlh alves-will be Irougtt under the ham mer. This affords a rare opportunity to secure the very best strains procur able of beel shorthorns. In addition will be sold 200 dairy heifers and cows. The sale vile'start at 11 o'clock, aitd buy ers will be met at the i randchfester railway station., Messrs. M'Phie and Co. and Messrs. MMoreleads 'Limited will condiuct the sale. Corset Specials--27 dozes T'bisble taped Summer Corsets, usual price sle O, learing at is a pair. A bargain. Crlbb nd Faoote.' . .
FALL FROM A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
FALL FROMI A HORSE. Mr. James.; ones, 32 yeiars od age, a married .man, residing on. the Liver pool Estate, who is employed as a.la oure at r. '. Wright's ."oal-mine, Tioli, had a fall from a horse on Thursday afternoon, last, Last night, e was suffering some pain, he at the Ambulance Brigade offico n orth Ipswich. Theme it was as certained that he" had sustained an' injury to his right shioulair. Ambul ance hearers rendered frst aid, and advised M'r. Jones to consult a doc tor, Fruit Seasoa. Special. Line Iightning Fars, a simaes, just lantled from America. No lost fruit with these Jers..Cribb and Foote.. . . 67
THE COAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE COAL INDUSTRY. - A well-attended meeting: of tile Coal Owners' Association was held at Mr. W. B. Darker's Roomins;, Bnisljne-street, 'esterday. When spoken to the sec rietary (Mr. W. Binnie) stated the husi ness dealt with tas of a private na ture, and there was no information to convey to the Press. Two cases Ladles' coloured Fancy and Black Unbreltas and Bunshades. Speolal irom la 6d and is lid to 30S each. Cribb and roote.'. 14
TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. The usual meeting of the. Forest Hill Temperance Society was (writes our Lockyer corsicspondent), held in the hle thodist Church on Monday aeninag last. .The attendance was not - so large as usual, on account of th'e holi days, still there 'was a good nunr?cer present. The chair was occupied iy Mr. J. Pickering (President). After singing, the offering of prayer, and the reiiding of a Bible lesson, the CIluir man gave a very stirring address. The folloswing progranmme was then ren dered !-Recitation, TMaster Stanley Protihero; solo,' Miss Nielsen ; recitu tion, Master A,. Goodlellow; solo, Alies Rledell (of Ipswic) ; recitation, Mliss Gracie Prothero ; reading, Mrs. H. Finch ; song, Mr. Pickering ; recita tion, Mr. B. Prothero ; solo, Mr. H. Finch; recitation, Miss Ida Picker o?gi ; solo, Mrs. A. R. Bailey; Irld iag, Miss ltedell; and recitation, Miss Clara Pickering. The necomn plaiimieits ierie playgcu Gs- Miss l ielesn and Mrs. Goodfellow. During? thli evin ilu...
GATTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
GATTON NOTES. Our Lockyer correspondent writes: The monthly meeting of the Gatton School of Arts Committee uas held in the 'reading-room on Wednesday even ingt !The President (Mr. E. WVlittle) occupied the chair, and there were also preen-t Messrs. W. H. UTr, S. J. Coasasdt,, Joe. Coseart, and John Skinner (secretary)- With the exception of" passing accounts, and arranging details in, connection with the annual meeting to be held on tihe 27th in stant, no business of an ilmportant nature was transacted.-Just about dusk on Wednesday evening last, one of Mr. J. Skinner's daughters noticed a large snake coming across the road from the direction of the railway line, and making for the gate of their residence. Miss Slidener quickly ac quainted her father, and by this time the reptile was in the front of the house, and trying to get underneath the building. It, however, was prevent red f'idm doing so by w'ire netting, , and one of Mr. Skinner's youthful sons, seizing a hoe, partly disanio...
ARCHBISHOP'S VISIT TO THE FASSIFERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
ARCHBISHOP'S VISIT TO ThE FASSiFER'N DISTRICT. His Grace Archbishop Donamlson is on a visit to the eassiern district. His object is to discuss ways and means for the division of the parish, with H~arrisville and Boonah as the two chief centres. Meetings have leen held both .at .Brrisville and Boonah, where the unanimous opinion was ex pressed. that the time l?as comse when the division .of the parish can no lin ger be delayed, and it is anticipated that an early division will be eltc.teJ. The Archbishop will precah on Sauelny (to-morrow), at MIount Alfold at 11 a.m., and at Boonash, ast 7.30 p.m. 'Existence may be sbmmed up taus : Up till thirty-live. After t.liretY-liver. And then--just living.--ll. lllchans. Ife need not be miserable a?fer you are 60 years old. If youir liver is sluggish ad refuses o perlform its Iunotions, take a few doses of Cyasnberlaen's Tab lets usnd you will ,liev aone. For sale lby Messrs. CrilRb and Faoote, Wholesale natd Ietail fMerchants, Agents, Ip'wico...
THE FEDERAL PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE FE1)ERAl. PI'flTE MjNISTER. It is cxp.i-ti tLhat lhw Fw'rdenl Priae lhr1ougih Ipswica h, IJ'tmflrm ifhet., by Itol down mail rain, lite still 4.0 met at thea rail-awy station, uawl ormally wetalcomed by Mlr. WI .. II. ilaamlamblwi hI..A., aatl oflicials .Il o I ltpswichlm hrmaaol l If Ilt II \1'rlis' ]'aliticaa IIrgani talima.
SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
SALVATION ARIIY MISSION. Adjutant Loveloclk conducted another. meeting in connection with the mis sion which is being held at the Sal vation Army Barracks, Nicliolas-street, last night. He based his 'remarks on "Scenes in the Life of Jehu," and in stanced Jehu's earnestness and zeal for all-the works of God. Adjutant tLorl, I" will hold meetings to-iiigh and o-earrow. Watod Known : 'I'l-at f. .ohlnson is a Candkdnte for livsivion 1, Brassall Shire. Past reessds will stan d o 4Ivitm.n 210
THE HEER'S ESTATE, FERNVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
TIMl HEaEI'S ESTATE, tIRN'VALE. The aunctioneers (i.Mssrs. Enltst Cole ahd Co.) have finally completed their worl of inslpection yestieday (l:ridlay). Nth .January, in connection with ithe sale of the above estate property, ansl report that, notwilthstanding the dry wsathotlr, their Mr. ('olf wa exseption all plas.ed with hise visit. Not only is there plenty of watr in the we.lls, biut the splendid area of aorn-in va,'i ous stages-swieet piitatoes., pimpinIs. c., lisplay the richne.'s of the soil, whilst other iiportion of cuiltivatlion is ploughed, &e., rasdy for plantiu.·. The soil lsiin of a rich hmani na tre, it is wor?uahle iin anyi wein ther. Tihe catle and - hr-es are look ing in pink of condition. This farm _hein so well improved, close to railway station and school, shouatld readily find a sbuyer, as the executor intends to close the estate-that means ev'erything is for positive sal?e. 'Th' tBnm, stacl,, &e., will ie ofifered in one lot, asid, if not sold, t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
IN MEMORIAM. DENMAN.-In sad but loving memory of our dear father, James Matravis Denman, who died on January 9, 1908. We mourn for you in silence, dear father No eyes may see us weep ; But loving in or bosom Your memory we will keep. (Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and Lambert Gard- ner.) DENMAN.-In sad and loving remem- brance of our dear father and grand- father, James Matravis Denman, who departed this life, at Yahmanio, Jannuary 9, 1908. His lips are now silent. His heart is now cold; Whose smiles and who's welcome Always met us of old. (Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, A. and E. Erskine, and fam ily.) BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. Mrs. JAMES BUCHINGHAM and Fam- ily wishes to tender their heartfelt thanks to all those kind friends who in various ways expressed their sym- pathy on the sad and sudden death of their Husband and Father. The Queensland Times. (Established 1859.) SATTURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1909.
DEATH OF MRS. G. MEREDITH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
)EATII OJF 11. G. lMEREDITH. Thie death occurr:.d, at any early holr .ysterday morning, Iat the rlsi I?:m ofh her husal n, hMr. George l~eredil.h, .leredlithl-lane, Ipswich, at \lrs. Meredith, a very old ald respect ed resident of Ipswich. Ovder two years ago Mrs. lclrlitih had a fall from n chair, ever since rwhicth .he hun i pan Iani i :iid, but it was not until a?hlut a fortnight ago that dier cordlitiosn j; - enine serious, and, iespite every tare, shie plassed away yesterday molning. The deceased lady wats 83 years tnd ,7 montlls of age, and eas born a iti Tanrdrage+, County Arni'git, In-toad. She was married in th. year 1.53t, and in June, 1855, she and her hus band embarked on the sailing-ship Conrad, at Plymouth, for Brisbane, arriving at that port after a voyage lasting for 141 days. itr. and .lls. Mleirdith came to Ipswaich itumndiately alter landing, anl dluring the 511 years whlich have elopsedl since Cthen they have livk:i iin Ipswich. Their only child -a daughter, Miss...
Four-Handed Billiards. GRAYS BEAT SMITHS. Sydney, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Four-Handed Billiards.' cluYs IlliAT S''Ills. t.y Telegraph from Our Correspaondet.) ydlle'y, .Ilnaa.ry '. Thh f. :tr-h.ant , hill tie m e . 'it, Ci ch H];I'r', Iil?~ ra t aw Jisq ,o?, 4leo1",* Ilr'J ,' 11,, lI-yeir-ola:- Ifd beomu a.n w.r' llayill 1.rat1 Saihh. sarioi an janio', ws cldeix? l-.ight. 'T'he azure'o, whi c lO- ) , gI , ,a'r io . - 1.t alaens eind p'air by 2$14.t palat.. G?,or1at (it lhst tre?kal curlng tlle da.y wr?e ]?1, 157I (all ??th 'i].7i. .11 thi m ] 1.a) l ), 141 (cli bat six olf Tit aradi, .71. (all bua itaut,'? (ofthe mh ), au'm 12-, of ,?l'ichl' ]e rr'ter t'1.1 ilmaaisl. r, - '? b.' oy ta .er ntl '.T75 per atik tao-night. 'The Gray taenula7naatiar irate' o 'Tuesday uazght far t1blol'thme', tat-;. tOaorga Cray as ta play l-re. L]i,.dru'a a vanl1' of I ili(.lt up, t'uy Ieetaiti.n ae poinl.