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Saturday's Pastimes. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Saturday's Pastimes. Cricket. After a vacation of thir.- -weks, the fixturer of 1vht Iiswich and W~ct Moraton Cricket A?soeitt.ion vera re Mrned on tile North Ipswieh Cricket 'reserve. Tlle weatleir tan dull anrd cool, thie sun, now aml again, shin lng through the clcauds for' a feew nin?utes. Somne very intcrestin.r ceickut eas wiitnessad. Two A -ra-de anl one I grade mnalthes were conlmnenad . The following wrm the results at thel draw leg of stuenaps :
A GRADE. PAST GRAMMARS V. BLAIR'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
A IRADE. PAST GCRAIIARS. V. BIAIR'S CLUB. 'hecs two traams Iet on No. 2 wiciket. Blair'is wex'lt' in tirst, and nvre all dismisse_ for 109 runs. .lox 'C or nirck played a liwly iu'inis for 39, severul ihoundaricis ~oing to his anc count. Bvx·-li-y, also, was lxxttixng xxll, lhis score being 24, whaen he had lI.i misfoirtune to lx. txhrAvnx oiut. By carifuil play, II. lhIlery mxuilx 23, and A. Patrick anxx Tx mJ Plats ac xo'.ulnxl for 22 mxi 20 rxs.ivt?cl ly. tclxxinsoxn prolxxx thl mlxx s. xcxxsxulx tIr'neII.H fix xlhi Phith xl (;llllxllnrsx, his xxx'xxxne flwxin,.; I uxickxt.i for 4:3 x'xixxix. (larx' Ailxnsi n alsok.,:uwi'il will, g.,,,tling 2 xii'lixts. Th'e Gram inl.s xllxc'' tix'iir ilxinxgs liastriouiitly, S. Cxssxrl lxxing cau, ghlt iofl on if xmixl's dx'liv,,ries whxi xt li scCne stoo: at 5 runs. Ailkixxsoxx iixlloxu'ah. xxd was hx.auiifully thrlxwn out iSy d1ihe. CanxxidxlI xhexn he 1usd ui'ix'i:l x runs. C. Coaxusxrt then paort.',.ei'd liri dxxx, a.nd brought th, scoreal u...
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
TOOWOO31BA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" O0fice, Friday Evening,. Recally fine and prime potatoes ::. scarce, with a good demand. EVgs ni vaneled 2, ard lucerne hiv an?l ch liL have increased 5s per ton. "Other icis tations remained unchanged. and hii following are the ruiling wholostal iqjlo tations, payable to farmers and plro ducers by merchants (bags and haltes in) : Maize.--3s 10d to 38 1l1d per bushl (mnarket firm), big demand. Butter..-Factory, 1U(d, farmers' Sd to 9d per Th. Elgs.--Ordicary 9d, nrw-laid 1h1 iper tozien. Flour £10 10s per tou. Cheese.-Factory, large, 5.jd; loat, Gd. Potatoes : White?slins, £4 10os : prime BrOwnells and BInes, £5 to £45 lOs. Onions.-Loeals (softi, £5 to £6: New Victorian. £6 ti £7. ChlfL.--lixcd, common. £3 lo £3 Os; sp:cial, £4 to £4 los. Wheaton, new, local. £4 to £4 lOs. OatMn, nvw season'., L£ lIs to £5. L.uceni, cult from the stack. £3 15s to £4 O s Irimie, dry, green and leafy, £5 5s to £5 lOs. Hay.--lccrne, prime. £1 5s. lic rle Sedrl....
Local Government. Brassall Shire Council. THREE-MILE CREEK BRIDGE. INSTRUCTION TO A COMMITTEE. DIVISIONAL BOUNDARIES. PROPOSED ALTERATION. DEFEATED BY 7 VOTES TO 2. RETIRING COUNCILLORS' SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Local Government. Brassall Shire Council. TEREE-MILE CREEK BRIDGE. INSTRUCTTON TO A COIMITTEIE. DIVISIONAL BOUNDARIES. PROPOSED ALTERATION. DEFEATIEI) BY 7 YOTES TO 2. RETPIRING COUNCIILORS' SPEECHES. Tile adijousled monthly meetinu l shie Brassull Shi:e Council ·mus held at tile office, The Te'raoe, North Ips wich, on Saturday altiernoon last. There were present-Cre. J. Spresasr whb, was votedl to te chllair, wher, he rsanined till the arrival of the Chairman, Cr. J. Vidoroni, I. Tallon W. Hastie. P. W. Cameron, H. Pom mer, T. Johnson, J. Fit?.rald, anld J. S. Rinpelstein, the clerk anl r~frt man of works (Mr. E. N. Freeman), and thle sanitary inspector (Mr. J. H. Carroll). CORRESPONDENCE. The following colt'ponilmoce wu~ dalt with : From. M. Kenneally, cl&k to tim, Walloon Shire Council, asking if th: Drassall Council would consent to a joint expenditure of £4 on the Irnm )iank Range. on the Tarampa-roadu. He also askedl the couicil to nappoint a day for reprlesntatives of...
Trades Unions AND THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Trades Unjaions AND THE LAW. Writing from Loncoou on the 4it of lreccmc~cr tih, rorrcscpoudeunlt? the 9l1 bur. r "' Aricus" has the followilc on tJi? ahove subject: The wire-plhlers of the trades unioccs Ilave had u sot-lslck in lche Court of A dccl,. A. Walthamstow railway lur ter namicl ()Osborlce raiscl th e pcc1ws.tioLI wh,.ther his union t.!i Amnlganmated Society of Ri?- tworay Scrvancts, had a rihlt to lecr a .hillise pir cei ber pcc ,I r cnar for thce paymcn'ct ot 3'ccrlccccect ?ury crprcsutatives. As origincll. e cnfulihc?rl , tic rui' of tic Aunmi)g?llu tid Soei,,tyvsaid nothcing niaout Ptarlia cmnt-ctrv s'jcrOscntatitc. In 1903 and in I?I?i thice rules wre chiangod to au thorise expenditure for lk'rliamentary •reprcontation, and the Rogistrar of Friendly Societies certifiei those a lendments. The alteration of 19004fur ther required all Parliamentary oandi dates to sign and aooept the coonitiols of the Labour nerty. As there was no cnscnluctic n Iby ticlls ,.%outive commit...
ST. PAUL'S A. v. ALBERTS A. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
ST. PAUL'S A. v. Al1IERTS A. This matchl wns at:suo n n No. I WIrecket. St. Pacul's, who had only niglht m?ri, hatted (irA, their inains olosing cfor 70 runs. Thie only docile olure scowrs wore the Tiev. C. C. Comptcn (25) and T. ii. Bar!cker (10f. Wiatson. Peel, anl ].ossherg each ac counted for 2 wickets, Watoson Iev tihe re?t average with 2 for 10 ruus. Thie Alberts thcrn h:atted, anid at the drawingr of stumps had 7 wickets idown for 156. Clowes acd Losel'erg opened for tho Alberts, facing the ':owlinog of Barker and Compton. The latter. nnth h:.? lith .all, cl:zoa bowl. el Lossberg, who had only mnade I roun, tlhe sccl thein being 5. Shelley followie1, mnd, togetler with Clowes, lhad .rought the score to 75, whi~u ClowEs was caughlt by Compton' cff lmcw's towl'ing. Shellc " "as gold;ig wejll fcr his oclrtury, whet Ie wasi nicely cxugdt by a scsttituoe ol Comp tocn's a.owling. O'Brien andl l'urdy eue each ldismissod for a " ducu'," ,hile Peel and P. Watson made 6 oach, and E. Wa...
B GRADE. WESLEY INSTITUTE v. BOOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
B CADE. WESLEY INSTITUTE v. BOOVAL. This was the only B grade nmatch. ald it was begin on No. 4 wic et. Weslhys went to the creases first, and hocelrd up i61 (F. Phillips 26, and A. triefc 91. Bowling for Boo\-rd, C. hart olbtained 5 wickeots at the ex 1:en5s of L20 riuns, Devereaux 2 for. i : end 'ltaiordh 2 for 10. The ),ooval repi",'sentatives thilen ennt in, anid latti:eh for the rest of dhe aft:nLoon, thecir snco?e, shn stumpls wer .drawi?, ell:si seVen wikelts down for 90 ran=. \W'. Stafford played a good in:ningls for 2; not cut. The other plaoers who ?nached dliuble figures were A. lll (?25), and W. Underhil, (1:3). W. Boop er swithl 4 wio'ets for i7 rulls was the msost succese-ful lowler for the Wiles,)s. C. Biroa- obtain, lN wi chet for I run. F. Plitips 1 for 15 ruas, and lPciinsig 1 fur 1S.
MR. FISHER INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
31-1 IIilSiEltR 1NTERYIEWTED-. in -thio. se of n?n 'utiteriew ir.. Fishor ataI that ei' GnvetiniLi was . only Jiust ftee l o its fpd.it i iatters of ndmpinistratio, , an4j?..u.o. the present notiling defitini had beien de aided -on rgaroing thair .futtaire inten tions. 'Spiqkiig ol defence; Ita staid a proper chee3ni ot defelnc wans btiiing taken in hand, and lie hiad'i oin tdluSt whaltever thait nii"aceptauile "seli'haiil would le' arraneo' to "eetl the iee spiremeidttf'' of the coaiitry. Tit any Ecben'e a;dopte' provisioin w'ild nec AiLari).vl be s?lde Tor naval ideenmc and liiarour pni coast defenen. 'Th: Primt: initfer, ,in- espionsae to qulries, said li.t suuveyors were lnow 'Enpald Iunla ine 'sunveyS ano6 srlecting tIhe .'most . sfitable, sfite for a Federal caplittl Wtbis .ho arear choscn Iy Parlianent, and with al outlet to tie sea att .ler vis Bay. On financial irlations be 't_:ween 'tht States and 1i-" Comnmon .ealth, 31r. Fitier said he did not carn to touli at present. H...
THE WELCOME IN BRISBANE. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
THIEWjT:OMIf 1IN BlISRBANID. (By 'Telegrapb tem Our Correspondemt.) l.it"?'ainne, Jiiuar"v 10. Ihr. Fisher a.riv nd to-n.ilt fromn ]fomaan.'. At Stlanthorpe, Tonwooam be a; nd.. Is h-wic he. was oet iad:l weleomed y 'nunlmbers of ndmire s of hi, ilf 'cnd l "s a t. At brma-. etrmet Mr&lt;' Firfhnr 'ras" joirsd +ii M'. ki~ainan.:4eadr .of 'the :,~'~i .rLabour party), MIr. G., alnrh r '. 1M.L.A. (see rtary" of. tihe Parlinmentary 1.0l1hour1 party, and -3r. l.,1at :!id 4Pre'tdht o" the Cenrtal - Poliitctad Executite), who ocdmjipaiird hits to th's tCn teal stlpi'sbt, whetre he osas ri rayed by 'iths Ino. Albert ]litttheliffa, i.iiC. 1 oph Ir tt m-imbis 1f Ilia. CtI -tral -Politnal EecatiTiye, se\era~l inm bers of ,.the .arhtme~tar; l?abour yarty, rand 41 a7t11r$; of itzcit s
The Federal Premier. ARRIVAL IN QUEENSLAND. RECEPTION IN IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
The Federal Premier. A1"? 1% Ni" IN ltI1 EN'SLANA), R1E('JtPTION 1N Tllswic'll. Tih , Federal 'rima Vlini tir (ihr, ]Uoa A. Iisli,,r) pass?, "'lrsugh Ip. a,,i'ol I ' ""the dsonr l sylar.sy ' aatil traiI last asernaj'. 'an 1hI' car'ia'ag s wsih hiam, on hi. srrival in lpfssich, sa.s tih' iaon. 'S.S MlhGhic; M.L..C. Mr. W'. ?:. 37L7,1n Igphan,? •.,.A. Mr. IWalto 'liason (11h nei]wly-·;,leted Pi", sadanot of thii (oar-arslarodlrsr-aacl ir lth Worke'rs' .],litticia Organisaationa. nas wil as ottri oftiinls - snd mna? IRrs of Tihat orgaaisotioa. and Mr. A. Wlitern, Pi~ dntl1, of the Quenrs land Coal- M!ils' Unzioan, aiwere iai thi. platform to inno.t I Irlh,,i'i Miii' ilfr. 31. Maughan f rnmaiifivrllraaiare l Mlar. F'?isle'r, zm,'l th,,.n1 utrounl'u:d hie, to anoay of d'ios. 'on th( i latfotm. aas r eraltof wslom wrarnv rairnlraoilraif hait upons hius ia siom?n to ith high offiaa of farderfal 'r-ie Miniitar. As ti tarain ln.osad outl of the siation Mu. W a. Hitrtna ollard ifar tfah-r' .E...
COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Saturday Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
IlOMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Satcr day locen. Messrs. Sismon and Sens produce mer c?ants, I.'.ort that egge are now quotod at 7d,.a 'eclina cf 2d on yestsrday's rates; while maize has also been seduced, it I eing ow quoted at4s d, a decline of Id. The aollonwig were the iates raid to day: F?an?as' Pa?las. Mails--Pries 4s 2d per bushel CheE-MIled, prime (tuterne -bages and blsain), LB 15s to 4 5s per ton; lo eamrne--prime (bags and bales in), £4 les to L5 per ton Potatees-co qnctation Onions-No quotation IEggw-Pd per doenn e~-n-2es d per pair Koosters-es to sB 8d per pair DuIcks--English, 8s per pair1; Muaovy, Ssd to Bs 9d par pair Hney--lid to d per lb Bsessn--is ula 3 paer lb
ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
ROSEWOOD AND D?ISTRICT MdA? KET PEIC'S. Saturday Evening. The storekeepers of the above district Seport as under: Eggeare plentiful and the mark t bar olapeed. The price quoted belcw for tomneie is for prime ripe samples cnly Farmere' prices are as follow : Maiz, prime, . 4s per bushel ggs .6dpser dozen Chat- r MixedLttoLpctoni catno, £B8to M4; lucerne, LB3 Oe to .94 * oouters, Se to S Sd per pair; htns, se to 2e 8d Geeee, 4e to 4a 6d per pair . Dpoke--E~nglis, 2s Ed to 3s per pair; MaELCoy, 8 to eSa 3d Turkeye-Beus., 5 to es 6d per pair; gobblers, lOs6d tolie Pigeooe, d per pair. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
;'5QsLA2ID PARIEBS. CO-OPNRA* S 'P?I~TVE ·CO., LTD., BUTER'f) ,~gYEi B of( Cream in any~ quen L-f , , en~tad..beg to report the Priceof uStter ek 96s ps cwt for Itrade. 81 ,PORKER BROS., (Etabllehed 12 Yearn), WSP I CCE AND BUTTER FACTORY. if8IVERS COream at Righeat Quotations. BSaiera Butts. Ice. Farm Machiner.y s rp-annaq , and Bilo MIatersale. 'Phone 24 tPBERE is money in Produce when it , a.. isriandled intHlligently. Why not setthe:. full benefit of the market by mdiog direct to the best distributors in Qaueeland, J, JACKSON & .00., LTD. teuaeblehbed ,over 30 years). Eagle and - toma Streat, '.BRISBANE?7 Daily Sales. Itig?est flies. Prompt Settlouomu. 87 r"F BILVERWOOD DAIRY FACTORY :.L Co. are iayifg Sd per lb for Com nerdal Butter conteots of Cream deliver at at Gatton Station. 29 APPENDICITIS TRUSSES.--A great comfort after operation. Dl . . . w · qu ee~n av~est, Bostanre. Tlhere vs o n. uld lparty ro'm i Hy, Who haldl tl.' ImIIIy p 11s 11 hiLS day, But his troulle w...
GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT (From Our Own Correspondent.) Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
G.' hi NI!TA'M PRODUCE REPORT , . ,/ - .(Fiom ur Own Correspondent.) Satu'dey Frenin?g. Only a very small quantity af ornduct t':'nmm rint day " Farmers areholdln; back ,thwirescks. They would howevsr do well .to seX.l while the pices are god Should rain eonme the rtes will drop immediately. Yolloa.ig.ave tle ruli g quotatio s: M; le-Prime, 4s per bushel SButter--Factory, lld per Ib : g. gs--Sd per dozen Portsea-Euglieh, LI to *7 per ton; aweet, none a' ? n --Mized, AS to .4 158 per ton; oates, £ 10Os to 5, lusoerne, A. 1ls to £5 78 6d Nay-Lunerre, .S to £A 15es per ton Onions, AS per ton Crean-.BSd per lb (oommorcial butter). • ,.,L? ,t ? ?11,,,
GATTON PRODUCE REPORT. (From a Correspondent.) Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
LANIN PIODUUE REPORT. IEbom a Correspondent.) Siturday Efvening. IAftair esupplyof rolcu Has msrkotd to-day. Thb new cr p of manize i' just coming into t as mnrket here. Farmers' prices are aers do:-r Mai?e-primze. 4s per htlml iutter-Factory, i?d per Ib Eggs- Bid per doze Potatoes-Englisb, £4 to £7 per ton; Ssweet, none Cha?-Mixed. . 3 10s to £4 s per ton; oaten. £4 10s to £5 s lucerne, £5 Ic £e5 15s lHay-Lucerne, £3 10s to £4 per ton oaten, £4 Ponmpkiune-4 p r ton Turnips, £? per ton Onio es, none Cre?am--Bid per lb (o~mmeril hobutter).
FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent). Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPOR'. (From Ona Own Corresponden). Sa ,rday Evening. Large supplies of pr d rie were forwarr o.d.y, and realised the f llowing rates: size-Prime, 4 Old to 4s d ps r bu hw Beoon-Nil Butter-Farmerf', none Eiggs-d per dosen poatoe---Engli' h and sweet. nil C~ha-Mixed, £4 10s per tonn o-t.l £4 15 s luoeane, £5 to e£6 2s fid Diy-Lncerne, £3 5s to £4 10s per toon esten, none Pnmpkins, £1 Se to £4 10s per ton Onion,, ? ne Tornips--Swede, none Booster-S to 8s a3d per pair een--ls 6d to Is 9d per pair Geseee-4e per pair Dnks--Englreh. 3s 9.1 to BSs pi pair mrneov'. 8s to es 3d Pigeons--ho quotstton
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Saturday Morning [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
LAIDLET PRODUCE REPORT. (F'rom Our Own Correspondent. Saturday Mornilng Supplies were oily moderatethismo r eg, It eree lhaeft be rg the principal Jire tor wr'd aod for this fodder £5 It. to 15 15s was paid. Table pumlakirs ae beaiu inn to arrive, and are eor I frmn £3 to £3 lOs per ton. The following priers are on offer ; M?aie, prime, 4s to 4s Id per busbel Hutter-Faotory, Old per lb. Eggs---d per dozen Potatoee-English, prime, G£5 to £7 per ton Chaff~-Mixed, £4 o10s to £4 1?e per ton; oaten, £5; lucerne, £5 10s to £5 15e Hay-Looerne, £, per ton ,lillet, £42 17s6dper ton Pompkinse-Table, £3 to £310s per ten; cattlp, none forward Onions, nominal Cream--8td per lb (commercial buttor fat) Roosters--Prime, 3 to Ss 6J per pair Rens--Prime, Ie to 2s Cd per Iair Geese--es id to 6a per pair Duck--English, So 6d to 8e per pair; mnaesoovy, Be to Bs 6d Turkeys--Gobblerse. 128 6d to Its 6d per pair; hens, e to 7e 6dG Pigeons-Sd per pair.