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GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT (From Our Own Correspondent.) Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

ANTifAM PRODUCE REPORT'J' (From Cur Own Correspondent.) •Monday Even.ng. er supplies of piodu'e, ireludi g o 6oof 1new maize, cam" in to-day. to'u, nine mixed chaff brought rvey hIP' lee. Follr.wing were the rates paid :-. auzs-Frime, 4s per bushel t tter-Factory, 11d per lb 7ggs-9d per dozen nepostae-- English, £4 10s to £6 15s p t- : Fweet, none aff --~ ixed, £4 to £4 17 Gd per to e ter, £4 to £5 lucerne, £4 is' xs its Sesy--Luoerne, .£8 to £8 15s per ton O:Onions, £8 per ton bCream--8d per lb (commercial butter) r 4;_ ,

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

I~ADLEY PRODUCE REPORT. M (From Our Own Correaponden .) Monday Eveniru . 8applies of produce were onlylight to-da , rineipally lucerne chaff' being forward riires Lowever, hive declined, the fo! u% ng heig tIhe closing rates; _J aise, prime, 4s per bushel n Butter-Factory, lOd per lb. . Eggs-7d per dozen o1etatoep-English, prime, £5 to £: nor ton rbaff-Mixedl 5s perton; caten, .5 luoerne. s5 to £5 7s Gd :Hay--Lucerne, £3 10s to £3 17. 61 I' ton 1& Millet, aM2 17s Rd per ton Pampkins--Tab'e, £3 to £3 10t pr- trv cattle, none forward Onions, nominal Gtream--8d per lb (commercial bolt-~ fat) '; -BoosterE-Prime, 3s to 3e Gd per pai' H.:ens-Prime, 2s to 2s 6d per pair Geese-5s 6d to 6b per pair SDaoLks-English, 2s ?d to 3: per liol .:' muscovy, 9es to is rd ? ?Irkeys-Gobbl~n , 12 I, 1 to 17. r?, pr pair; hense fs to 7s01 p lbeongs-"d per pair.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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BOONAH AND FASSIFERN DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

NAH A~ED FAIFERKN DISBIRIC1 SMARKET PRICE&. lifoliay ivniing,. eelopers of the above dietriot r-port f llo|wing prices: S84 lper dozen aoney,,3d-per lb -tem, to 2 Od per uair l d 6d to 2a per pair 1 4s perpair g duckl, 2e 6d to So per pair bvy douke, Ss to 3a 3d per pair rkey gob3lere, 8a to 9a Oid per pair Lkeyeni, 4s per pair , Pper pair

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IPSWICH BUTTER AND CREAM PRICES. "Queensland Times" Office, [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

' WICH BUTTER AND CREAI PRICES. Queenslan Times" O1hce, tory'-managers report the following i 'or butter and cream : ipter.-First grade, lOd per lb. .-7}d per Ib of 'commercial but produCed, and 8d per ;?b If the is. delivered 'at the factories.

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COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

GOMMIERIAL, "Queoensland Times" Olice, Monday Erlening. .'Messrs Siemon and Sons, prodnres a er to, report that the price of ma i c has . .reduced Id, and.is now quoted at 4sl d ha quotation for eggs is nal.re: 1, lbut ea t informed tha. the price quo'td, 71, will paid only for good fresh 'eggs. The fol. wing were the raes paid by the firm to S FAnnBa PatBICE. Maize.--Prime, 4 Id per bushel C-ha-ff ixed, prime (Lucerne-bags and bales inm, 315s to 4 5s per ton lu cerne-prime (tags and bales in) A4 •es to A5 per ten Potatoes-no quotation . Onions-No quotation Eggs-7d per dozen -Hane-2s 8d per pair oostar-Ss to as 3d per pair ? Duoks-Esnglish, Sop r pair; Musaney, a? 6d to 8s 9d per pair 1new--1 d to 2d per lb wax -la to is rd per lb

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ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

,KOB8EWOOD AND DISTRICT MAl~ KET "PRICLS. Monday Evenirg. Ai atcrekoepers of the above, dialrict port as.under : ie, prime, Rs Lid per bushel ggs, d per dozen a-Mixed, £8 to £..por ton ;oaten, £3 to £4; incerne.. 3 lOs to £4 oiters, 3s to es ed .er pair; hens, 2e to 2 d'd eee, 4sto Cd per pair. .ok=English, 2. lid to Ss per pair; Xueoory, 88 to 8e 8 sokeys -m ens, 6s to Es Ed per pair; gobblers, lOs6d to lis geon, 3d per pair. ii:

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Inter-State Cricket. NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondents.) Sydney, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Inter-State Cricket. NEW SOUTIT WALES v. SOUTH - AUST11ALA. (ly Telegnraph fromn Our Corrsponden. Sydney, January i ,; I ThiI, e:icke.t matlh Now Soult WiVN v. South Australia owa contilnuodi dioy-. T1iw, New Souith Wolslwen o .e siumlil t'hir p Ilace a thl wickets, w iin iumnpsj wore -irnwn for the th i niin n werv out for 145 runs. A1in) .~d! ne lle sconess: SO1Ti AlI"TRAILA.-First mInn 3layne. e. crxrvy, in. Cottnr .......... 1 . 1i. l ill, ) 'u ) t ..................... (. 1,. lill. . .l :iiw a . ............. G :)hrs. 1,. ( t r . ............ ... ......... .. 10 Illin -. I.h.w., 1i. ~ n.i v ............ 27 I1. . ;. r, 1 v. ir . i lil. w y ...... CWNnnlnl, h. KP11:1W y ........i:.n no... .(ii , in nll ay .................. )'(':ni:or, I. ;;l: ................... W, O:lf, Ird i, run out ........................ \ ini, y, n wol n lt ........................ . u ?ls 1.r . ..' ..1 . ...... ........... - l... .......................................... =? T tl ...... ....................

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

IF S IF IF TI urn l1IfJ g for l'rm I lnmi nn -AVE YOL MONEY in your buy Sng of .House Furniture, 0 1 e brilng urder your notice thnL of .Payne & Werry, Boonah, ,'obo delight ill being abloe o sell an orti e as good as "tlh'r competitors at a les price. Give tbian a coll botnre pnrchasing else bere. 73 LAD FARMERnS CO-OPERA T'IVE CO., LTD., BE BUYERS of Cream in- any quwn ytlt, and beg to report the Price of r at 96s per cwt for First-Grade. 31 POMME R BROS., (E~sablished 12 Years),. C IOH1 AND BU'TER FACTOIRY, SYERLS Cream at Highest Quotations. 8ollers Butter, Ice, Form Machinery. rators, and Silo Materiauls. Phone 24 "'HE SILVERWOOD DAIRY FACTORY L Co. are payin:g 9Sd per 11for Co?m merclal Butter contents of Cream deliver ed at Gntton Station. 29 Every known VETERINARY INSTRUMENT. IRctil a j ocIler 27 que' a r e S t:tC, rsbarcn. Wanted. Prepaid Advertisements."-Wanttd," "'Tv ln.t." "For Sale," "Lost," "Found,' tail 'toard and ltnsidence"' Advertise lentlls will e insertae...

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GATTON PRODUCE REPORT (From a Correspondent.) Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

.l A]"i'ON Pl]O:ULt E itrioi'rT IQrom a Corresnondent.t MIolny Il tint'. A fairjui,ly of ]u)oie woas mcllited I d?t' il Inen were I ii r ll I i, llli thain ha;'y hova I.in fior lie Ilo, thne. watek. lriarni o' pr'ices ar?t? aul?er : Mlaien-priu, ts or nhtjr 1 Itutor--;actorry, Ii ,, pcm lb Egger-?~1'd jor ddoen Potatoess-English, £4 to .t7 ls per tn ; sWreet. none Chalf-lliixed. £3 10s to £4 los per ton; oaten, £5; lueInno. 5 to £5 103 Hay-Lucer'e, £3 lI.n to £4 per tonl oaten, £1 Pumpkins-- 3 ills to £4 p.r ton Turnipe, £2 per ton Onio?s, nine Cream-F ti per lb (como ercial lutter).

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BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

sRISI~ANE PitODUF.1 MARKET. J. Jackson and Co., Limrited, of BRiisnt'an. report the following salos of farm and (dairy produce on Janua'y 11 : Maizne-;as d to 4s 3d per bushel .\Weat--3 to 3S 4d per bubhel Potatoes-English, prime,. 7o to 9a 63 per eot, specia: 91 Uad to lOd 3a pt cwt, socond quality 3b 3d to 5s 6d per cat Chaff-Oaten, 5. to 6s per cwt; awh sten, 3s 6d to 4s per cwt lo rne, 4 3d6 to 6s 6d p,. eww; mixed, 4s 6d to 5s i4 par cwat Hay-Lucerne, 3s id to 4s 2d per cwt lautter-orime, 81a to ead per lb Ch('ene 4.&d to ed par lb Honey, is to 214 per lb Eggs-Ordinary, bid to 91d; special, is 54 per dczou Fowls, ?s 6d to 5s 4d par pair Lucke-Mutcovy ti. 6d to 7a4d per pair: Engli.h, 4s5d to 5s Geere. St to ts Gd t:r pair Pigeons, 1s to is Id per pair App.es (loca'). Gs t 70 por care Plume, Is Go to 3s pe. quarte -ca e Mangoes, as i61 to bo per care Grapes, Ps to 38 4d ier case Apricots, 4- tose per quarter-cnse )Jockmclon., is to 3s id per dozen Waterwe:ons ls to 8s pe...

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FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent). Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

FORES! HILL PRIODUCE IEP3FO''. (Front Our Own Corrnspondent). Mon'~y Irenir g. Fa'r s?: plois.wer? to band to-''ay 'A he fol ouwing o?te tt h ruling inte:- Matsie-Primu, 4e to 4s Old per turhhl Bnoon-Nil lutter--Farmers, none Eggs- 1 per dozn en Potatoes-English and swo at. nil Chaff-SMixed, £4 2so d to £4 10t per ton oqttn, £5 10t ; lucerne, £4 15s to £5 12 6id Hay-Lucerne, £2 153 to £t per son; oaten. tome Pumpkins. AI 5s to £4 10s per ton Onions, none Turnips-Swede, none Roosters-3, to 3t 3.1 per pair Hens--l 6d t.* le ¶d per pair (fese--4s per pair unoke-Englioh. 2s Od to 3o per pair muaoonr 3o to So 3d Pigeons-h o quotatso

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Rifle-Shooting. COMMONWEALTH COMPETITIONS. Melbourne, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Rifle-Shooting. CO31M INWEAI.'lTIL ('OMII.PETITItJNS. 31elbourn, .January 11. Unler1 ondlinarly conlitions thn" Com malwealth series of rifla-shasotinu'. e':mn liatitions would 1:' firl in W.est .A=tra'a lila next uimr. '?l' amn"'etin, af 191t will also clebr'atf the juhil.o of the Vic torian Rille Association, whln a splec ially attractive proor.almute will marka the, occasion. D)urinfr his rectnt visi to West Australia, Captain Lyn bi 'h t tere: into nezotialtions with thi, PlTith A•ssociatoll, with the re.slt that a claern, of date l's waIselctal Id and thi ('omnmnwnl lth matelns will be finll ati tha Vicitorian inhiler earn'aval. Thi.s, evenats will he <lecil.?l n. year later in West Australia.

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Broken Hill Strike. INFLAMMATORY ADDRESSES. MINERS CABLE TO ENGLAND AND EUROPE FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE £5000 PER WEEK EXPECTED FROM OUTSIDE SOURCES FIREARMS ALLEGED TO BE IN THE POSSESSION OF RIOTERS. FIVE-STOREYED BUILDING BURNT. Sydney, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Broken Hill Strike. INFL AM I.Tl OR .\D?RESSES. 3UINERS CABLE TO ENGILANi AND EUROPE POR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE' £500n PER WEEK EXP'ECTED FROM OUTSIDE SOURCES. FI1]l.AIIMS ALLEGE.)DTO BE IN TI'E POSSESSION OF RIOTERS. PIVE-STORESrED BUILDING BURNT. (Bly Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, .1 anuar.y ]. At the conference with Mr. IDlpratt, which prov-ed abortive, the union r' Ilresontatives inlimated that the pick ets would hIe withdrawn finom the min if the Sydney policemen left the lBar rier. Rather inflamatorv- lauinge weas used i?= slpeakers at a Birokbin il! mass meeting. yesterday afternoon. The speakers blamed the police, the Pentier (lion. V. G.. Wade), and the G(overnmnent, and urged the miners toi stand loyal. Subseqge-ntly the hand played till "Marsellaise," mnIt thle i marched to the police station anl played it nosin. Numerous applications have been made by the unionists tihroueh Nl1'.. Justin Mt'arthy, solicitor, iwhoi is act ing for several of thle men, and by the...

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RIOTERS AT THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

i 'OTES vrAT THEi IOLICE COU'RT. (Ily Telegrahil froun Our 'oirresponlndcnt.) .11 tilo teetls .., il coulnntetion- wtith tl:' Ir';l-- I l Hill ,i-tuimnh nil , w w ,l:eo focl, 1e. :l'- lirc- Co('urt. tit Brolkln 1 .11, to- ay. T'* v we r.landail i for a w.ovk. Iktil atas allowedtl-'lll) netlch. Later. At an parly hour thliro was a Itar? crowd ir. front of llh P'olice Court wailit)g ior tile' elaring. of the cas"' :,..1linst Tom 1hlini and his colmpilillniot| TIi',i'r t\-t 1 sttIroniT f(ore ' of p) liRe in front of tile Court andi ill t.ll bulilrling, )but excop ]P'r.ssl'.en thir" was hlnrdly anyone inl tlh Court ronol. Tll.' niin worn inari'ied in ill ctiog of ;I ronrstal:l, ialn were tllphn taxil in ithe body of thet Court with an lin oi police and onic'ials aroutnd t.!hul.. auont hainr' w cl itrgednl with rittouta Sitit"viour. T li mniiority of tie otrll'ir wr intilary churagid, but ii ll' e:ne' lwr]l wan alrt a n rllnge of in C-cont lanntruan. Tl> 2 n wRioi nals: e'll-.o'r tlat...

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Queensland News. Brisbane, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Queensland News. (It . Tel~ grnl.11 from Ollr Corr-.,in l d? ,nl t.t Illli l,;i t ', I. l tl.l?' y 11. t 1 1 ands 11,'I ttrtl tt a l 111tll t h 1 l '11rn 1 11 i rc n 1 r,!l-teta lota:llehd 111,1.)3 tcrl'rs.

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The Balkan States. M. MILANKOVITCH'S SPEECH. PACIFIC ASSURANCE. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

The Balkan States. A. MILANK(IIIT('IT S SPI:ECIH. PACIFIC ASRURll.A\N(E. (By Cable Message.) London, . nnuary 10. IL. lilaslanovitch (Mliniister for For cign Affairs of Servia) assured Comet Forgaelh von Gshynss un Gae (Aus traiatn Envoy ixstraonslinary at 11li grade) liat his speech had no aggres sive telcdency, and hl, regretted that it hal been interpretcd in" a hostile London, January 11. The Turkish Grand Vizier is said to have L.teen impressed with an offer made by Austria to pay £2,500,000 for the old Statle Domain in Bosina and: Iertagovina, besides conscatinfs to the Turkish Customs being increased, by 15 per cent. The domain in question consists chiefly of 5,000,000 of forest land, also msines of salt," brownss coal, copper, tin, quicksilver, and sulphur. The Vienna correspondent of the "Times" says that Austria's offer of conamllesatiou is deplsadesnt on Turkey agreeing to arbitrate on tile sqposi4on of whether tile domains ares to ibe les {Cd in thei Ottoman State or in ...

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British Aeroplane. FLIGHT OF 100 YARDS. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

British Aeroplane. I-:o: * FLIGHT OF 100 YARDS. (fly Cable Messaga.) London, Jahnuay 10. Colonel Cody, on "booird the British army aeroplane, flew 100 yards at a rhight of loft at Farnioorough.

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President Roosevelt. SECRET SERVICE AGENTS. PURCHASE TO PREVENT PANIC. London, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

President Roosevelt. SECRET SERI1CE, AGENTS. PURt'JlASE TO I'PREVENT ]PANIC. (By Cable ._essagg.) Lontdon, .lanluary 9. A bitter struggle is taking place lx twern raseidenlt loosrewlt and CC:n gross. Presid:ent Roosevelt intimatoed that the Seonatr. is not ent'itled to direct n lemlers of the Cahiaint to fur nish nf to i ,iloimit innai' smuch as the IuCt. hni-t was soflly Iunder hisi'conlltrol. PA' asserted that he assumed t5011 entire responsii;ility in the matter of the question of allownitng thl Steel trust to purchase tile Tonnesi s Coal and1 Iron Company's stock a year ago, in order to prevent a panic. President Roosvcaelts opponents emtphasiscds the, fact that by this alctioel the only rompet tlor of 4hte St:eel Trust was al; aisi'bd. 'The Senate yesterday resolved, largi?. ly at the instance- of Senator Collier non (Texas) to instruct the. Judic iary Coimmittee to report as to whiether Presidcnt hloosevlit was authorisret? to piermit such absorp-iion. The New York correspondc...

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Australian Eleven. QUESTION OF PAYMENT. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Australian Eleven. QUESTION 01' IPAYIMENT. (By Cable Message.) 1.Ioldon, .lu?t'ary 14I. NI'. ad11ler, tihre u?.11-knatow cri?'"iotler, c';tit|g Io |Ihe "ltti.'W, sll epi,- Gatt..,," sayi 1titI ilaling criclorsa 51 lAaTalai luthltly Ilalle.r thi's I tts if *a luliýtoa llthu: lih a Ilary, tli, (t'rirk'L .ulb aill not rLr(,'iV' a 1ra4 which exclUde'. lheta. "TJihouIgh the. IE;nglish cricketlers Irere t1 di1lllte loht hasl l aristll, lthey Ir'?gutli. that ]alrdinlg pIJayers hl\at aolsto:l , per fpotly stWlai,;lt atitutlltd i ailli alg thal it is very plroalatl. l t £ititk ta wa'1 ta an stI.Cptlt . tt tt re tt 's i , a.tlllt n ; 11 i s.8cret paymmnits.

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Federal Premier. CIVIC WELCOME IN BRISBANE. SPEECHES BY MESSRS. KIDSTON BOWMAN, AND BLAIR. Brisbane, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Federal Premier. .o- CIVIC W1ELCO3Ml IN1 HIIISliANI'. SPEECHES BY. 31E'.SSRIS. KJISTION. BOWMAN, AND BL.1R. :!Uy Telograph from Our 'oerr'sponldent.) Brisbane, .Janunry 11. ]The Federal J+imen Minister (lion. Andrew Fisher) was this morning oflli ciullv welconuxd byi the N.ayor (AMi. C. 1'. Buchananl) at the 'Town R all. Tli"r.. was a very reliceSlltative gatlierill )prcsent, cmblracinti me nr of ill slhadl of political opinion. 1 The Mayor occupied the chair. On his rilght was the Federal Prim'.' 3ill jittar, and on the left the Stato Pr' mierl (Hon. W. Kidston, M .L.A.), nld M3r. D. Boiwman, M.L.A. (lader' of tlh. StIatc Labour pialtv). Others pre"'int included 'Jlon. A. fi. Barlow, ?t31.C. (1linister for Public Instruction), lon. A. Hinchlclille (clairman of the Cen tral Political Executive), Hons. P. lnacpherson, It. iFahey, 31. Jensn., 31ll.L.C.. lion. E. B. FIrrest, ?I.L.A.. lon. .1. W. Blair, .L.A, Saenntor St. Ledgcr, Mr. Hans ]rvine, 31.P. (Vie tarial. Messrs. '.. Mitchell ...

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