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Australian Cricket Team. TERMS OF THE TOUR. Sydney, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Australian Cricket Team. TERMS OF THE TOUIR. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondonts.) •Sydney, January 12. After the day's play at the Sydney cricket-grouom: yesterday, NKoble aoml C. HSll wore shown a cable annloucement of War'ner's letter to the "Westminster G~aoette."' Noble declined to say aly thWirag about the matter, and Hill cont tentoel himeaell wilth sayidng that cone oa thu leading players ever s~ld tOut the M.C.C. would not receive a team firont which they .w·ig excl.udei. Melbouener.Tanuoary ]1. tr. Beanl, a imember of the bo?a?d of control, says lhat tLhe lhoard nare hopeful hlzat zmttters will be satlis?actorily ad Justed eetoen it and tiso players. Armetroazg says that the grie\vance of the playns is that ithe basis i, c rhicih the boand prollposes to divide lthe proit~s 'ill not zisura 'l cecl! Player an ade qute amuoulnt. At a aloetilng. af the Cricket Associa tion loast light, thu cricket dispute was disussn d at ieigtli.
Drowning Fatality at Wyalong. IN A RAILWAY TANK. Sydney, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Drowning Fatality at Wyalong. IN -A IAlAIAY 'lANK.. (By Teleograph from O:'r (Correopondnnt.) Sydno.y, .intliary 1). A drownlng fatality occurl'nrad aI fya tong 'thins am ta'nini,. 'T o aiAt ,'. :I\oalia and EIBel, .5 olall 1)2 yi~"r a?,l rl'?·c tiOloly.d-, aIugohIQra. f Thma' riflithl l, nol-h?,awn tonaa.'nu. o'rP ' r rallway tank. awr lll y gIt ,' 1 .hvil. deo th s, a tld oarl ' dra a? . .? '!. tl'l ,y n \\o l acci?l p airic yl In'v 1.1na li-If1t- ll ,ll 'a. -} Itlainild oan It-' laank, aa, I altrar took thae tool tiaitgt Ial?l'u. 'lTh' hic' .011e .baoat recueaetrd.
Australasian Association. VISIT OF DELEGATES TO IPSWICH ON MONDAY. TO BE PUBLICLY WELCOMED AND ENTERTAINED AT LUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Australasian Association, VISIT OF ,DELEGATES TO II'SWICII ON MONDA'. TO lIE 'PUflICIA' WELCOMIO0) AND ENTI?ITAINEID Arl LUNCH. IIn conieetion sitl the projected aosit to tpswlch, In Monloday sext, of a sec, tion ol tihe nl?l'lmtle's of 1?41 Aus-troLsi?ol Associalion for (.ce Advanlceament of SreNoce, a onetlltg a') t]i roceetlon cort n?ttee stats I?id i*n Id lt aaOrl' roosom lost ereec:ig. Tiere 'acne presenat-Te Mhyor (ifaeueotaulat-Colonet W. '. Deacon., C.B'). Ahd. ItichertI Watson, newd eiosm.os G. Ii. Sleillito ('tsltdent of lhe ITttn'ch Chanitler of Coninnernc)., G. F. Sicnamon, (iPresitdelt a)f [hte tQuoenesla'd Pnatoratl aone Atricottrul ol Socictyt). 'A. '. Catace ron (tnoie~'r of the Tlpsa'lch frmeaolb o the lank lof aw Soutrh lfles). G. Itar lison, .lnates tichtey, anl hEe secrtary (Mi'. (:. W. Allen). Th'e Seclrta?ry ntoatd 'Lat ,lie ' lald 1:'l11n esnilred to o?nlolglseP for the os?leo ena ire Hdo. t1. Wt. Blalir, 31.L.A.. ,and' 3lsors. W. J. 11. 31uMehsan, '1.L.A., Is...
Farmers' Co-operative Company. MEETING OF DIRECTORS. DECEMBER'S BUTTER PRODUCTION. A GRATIFYING INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Farmers' Co-operative Company. MEETING OF DIRECTORS. DECEMBE]R'S BUTTER PRODUC TION. A GRATIE YING IN-CREASE. The monthly meeting~ of the directors of tile Queensland Farmers' Co-operu tive.Company vas 'held in Me. I. VW. Whitcdlouse's rooms, Nicholas-strcet, yesterday. Tho?re ere present--Mdessrs. I. B. Simon, J. Cook, J. Hard castle, Josephl Johnson, Jolm e1'n der, ard Daniel Ryan. As apology for usavoiealble absena was tsnderted from li?n. H. M. Stevens. ACTING-MANAGER'S REPORT. The report of the acting-mnasger nhoeul that the quantities of butter nanufactu~ed in the various factories for lthe month of December were as follow : Boovi ........................... 107,tSl Boonash ..................,.... 100L226Cl SGranltfmm ................. -.0,3:51b Laidley ................... 45,011b Total ......,................... 313,7801T As compared with tihe previous nonth, the pIoduetion shows as in -ease of i0,108116. 'lhe total amount lpaid to cream uppliers for IDecember stas £11,113 :I...
Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Weather Forecasts. The following fo.rcasts have . bin isc:ued by the jleteoroloicail Bureau or tihe 24 hours. s endng noon to day :- West Australia.-Fine and warm to hot, with iasterly winds tending to eoome cloudy and unsottled in the north-west. Thunderstorms in ths topics. South Ausfralia.--Cloudy generally, aouth-east sind? cool on thie coast, warm and sultry inland" thunrler storms and rein in the coastil dis tricts of the Northern Territory. t jenoslasd.-lCloudy nenrally sloeg tlh coast, assl further thunderstorms and ram in the north-cast and Pen insula districts, dnd in scatter:d Il,,cY4 in the ont~ral district- fino othlr wise: south-east to nqrth-east winds. New South Wales.-Gen5?rally fine in lan, except for some scotter tiLbun derstorses on the hishlands: -ecosm ing cooler over the southern districts; south change along the coastline, with fresh winds, and some shovCrs. Victorin.--Cool and cloudy general ly, with south winds (south to south east) Blowing fresh in the sou...
THE FEDERAL PREMIER'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
TEE FEDERAL PREMIER'S: 'ISIT. It should be clearly understood, in con~ction with the visit to tuejs s land, of tiae Hon. A. Fisher, in his Calpcity of Federal Prime tlJinisten. that that geantlemasi' is merely '"mark ing time" so far as any duestion of a political policy is concerned. Sir. De, kin did not take the ueople of Aus tralia into.his confidence at the time when he and his colleagues oiet ly vacated the Treasury benches withl out ever, a feeble struggle, and al loused ir. Fisher and the caucus-elect ed Calinet to take their places. But the nature of the slituffle of the po litical cards that was then Anade Ias since hben exposed to the licrht of slay. Sir. E. S. Carr, one of the New South Wales Lablour members in the House of Representatives, lucidly ex plained the situation in a speceli eo the electors last week. He disclosed the relationship between Sir. Deakin nalnd the Labour party, and denied that Mr. Dalkir. and the , Labourite. had any understanding with a, view to d...
Shot on a Music-Hall Stage. DEATH OF THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Shot on a Music-Hall Stage. I)IIATIl 01t TIIF VICTIM. flt' nnfroitlln:ete man who wsas, shot on 4thi stage at tie liiddlease Mdic hall, lirury-lauL , ior londay night, wsilst tInline part in tlhe performance -isv.- hy Clm- ntine, a rile-hliootiigg.S ex pert, died in ihospital t i a.o'.clock. ?-sterda- inoreing (says the London " Tele'trapl'. , Noemn;)ebr 25). liis Iamine was Ierl:-i e le, and. he lival in fibert-stroet, Hamstead. At Bow-.street oalioeCosart, ves terday afternoon, Clementin .Dlceini,. aged ' :13, not a. . Italian, deseril.ed. al ,misiC-hall artist, of tle Coronet Ifittl, Soho-stceet, Solio- ..non, was eivar~e a itfh tle inanslnghter of Lee by shoot ing hinm 'in the head. Prisoner, ,n short, stout womlni?i.was wearing a lon bIlack cloak over lsr stage clothes. Shie wes ohviusaly1 rry mneh upset, and at the eli- l ii thie ritcehdielgs, wviich only Inal-( n fiew minalts- '-he eoliapsed alto--ether nit luad to ie assistel. from thed court 't the police • matron nod some ...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
SYI)NEY PROIIU('CE MARKETS. - (11.y T~ler'yaph fr-mu Our' Cunrl'enD ldent.) Sydney, January .12... In im Sydlney Produce Malratn to :1v1" it wans firmln. Adelaide wny" anoted nominal: loIl at auction. 17.i en, n fl?. i, £5R. nnirI prlime £4 listo £5. T.Lucerne eas n arce. lPni lnl' ae Ir end' £5 I.o l 5 5, ,'on:l Ct 15u. ald mul ilim .mall £4 Iie. Maice non qniet. Prime Mel-. Ilo1r1llo l'Oriolt c .t nl5rl NortlhFrn River i| I! (l ' t rl , necordiu- to nuilllty 'l fro"otn fron Wnonei. Potatot" su'rb, .·,it. Tnusmininn white .e£5 to £5 If,. local river .£3 in £5, nml nt nullrtion, primie mnde £5f to £5 I ndr medium £4.
LATE COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKETS. Tuesday, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
LATE COMMERCIAl. nBRISBn A? rio)uc ._gU1i tt.-'.I.i 'Tuesday, J.anua?n y 10:" Heavy supl)plies of piroduce again co?as to hand at Ronmarstr&st t-day. MLaiei Ihuiers apparently did cot care to d business at Is .xid, whih was tie p lprice. Lucerne chaff Clh s in good - iund, and sold up to es 3d. Fqr pr"s satuto chaflf, so to 5is fi5 cs-o obhii*n ed, and up lto5s Sd wsi~s.selicd li: pI-ri mioxed chaff: Isleienlshu. W "k d, of al, aond wais piased 'pi n fsli 4. ?Mr .a first siualit1 liot ,'p-of kiss s was renlised. Pota t Mi " Iqpressfrda in large qun4i, 1rcviiellc lilreidominated, and rli u• ,to .Os I. Blueshins realised sq~tp , lbs. HlilNC IPRICEiS IN X.'ud ' S ..TSD SThe following prices ruled inl. the... Ikoipa-street auction shed .o-day. 2:. Maize, 4s dA inassed, to..4, 3"c.;4=.. onie chaff, S., 2d.'t1 soc!.; . ig ehuff is:ldi passed, to 5i (Cl :t-og p chaff, 4s to fu rid;' lueern ihay, 's..a" 'uis.e,'to 4s 4d,.pasedc; ?heeak, 3j? prunpkins. 3I Id 'to t : blusuinsr", . pas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Private Sales. A. CAMPD.L's PPnPtRTY IAItLIN-.OAD-New Six-reoornu IIouse, 'cith Quarttor-Acre of 1Lnd. Veraudahl three sides. Gas laid on. Gord poi ti.on, and oeJ Terms. DAtLINCG-Si"rTlIET-Ner W\aorn-street -Flv-'roouelld Ilouse, svitlh 1 P'cr eces of Ilnle. 'lhe Hlouse is in slilendid condition, onC will stanlrd any inspection. lRISIBANE-IDAD-PFour-roomed House and Kitchlen. Half-Acre of Leand. Good Terms. DOOVAL-Near Hailwoy Station. Four roomed House, ]iflchun, a.n lath room. Vertandath three sides. Area of land, Thre-quartrrs of on Acre. One of tle best positions in Ilooval. CRIBB AND EltRIETT STREETS lplcsndid Six-roomed House ; every convenienmce. Coas Ind oil. BOOVAL--Off Brishane-rond, aid en tile Mirin :ooval Soation-rould, 'ouor splendid Allomelnts. Price,. £70. BOVAL--In 'the Ml IDonald Estate, Two splendid Allotments. Price. £30. IZODEtICK-STRIEET-A n. splcndld Alloe ment, near Lustlcea Chutrch, contui jng 18 P'erclces of Land. r)UNDARY-STIEET--One splendid 'Al lotmtent ...
"A Creep" AT BLACKSTONE. SOME DAMAGE DONE. HOUSES OUT OF PLUMB. EXTENSIVE FISSURES IN THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
" A Creep" AT BLACKSTO±NE. SOME DA?IMGE DONE. HIOUSES OUT OF rLUMB. EXTEKNSIVE FISSURES IN THE GROUND. At Ibout 9 o'clock last loanday e,\ln ing (writes our Bunidalloua iorrespol dent) Mr. Jacob Davies, a well-knomiwi collier, of Blackstone, was sihtting on hisi back v,randulah. when ie was stlar tli?d byv a lo'd noise as though a gun had been fired \Iff. It being a dark night lr. D)avie) s was unable tl lil: out the cause of the noise, but I' stated that it came from thi, roof. li thi moraini wlei hlie awoke alnd irent ,outside to investi-. t'. hle noticed lak'cs. craclks in the gurface.of the groinid. and the ?loof which divides his main house from a large extension was shit t ?, and apparently Ibrikc in the ai.ntre, giving it a hest a'jlariianco froiil outside. This was pirobblhy what made the noie whidch had stastled him. O0 miaking further examination it was found that tlie sawn fe?ncing nd gatens in front of his house had beenm shifted out of pIlumb, an?l, in soms Iplaces, ire...
American Waterways. TREATY BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND CANADA. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
American Waterways. I',ll,?:ATIY HI T,"l'?l I;.% |',% "l'1]]' S'',TATl? ANDi cANAilA. (By Cal,1b, Mtsage.) 1.1)llin:l. . .I. 1nuary 12. ] ll $ itryr's ' W-rrvsponl d l illI a lT W iviln.Io? I st,-:i." t1ha,1 tIh l ion, l.;]illl HO(.?, Unllited( theII 11 . ,l. I ]l?'e.Bry e Blr'Jit lJl A1 i|l'str ; lo ,llil?,·1 1 lng.n (·in,?.-n l .-?.l.n .ll , head \(, t Iling 40ai~ens hten h .lw
The Italian Earthquake AMERICAN AND MANSION HOUSE FUNDS. RESCUE OF A WOMAN AND CHILD. A LADY'S BODY RECOVERED. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
The Italian Earthquake AMIERICAN AND M~ANSION HOUSE .UNDS. RESCUE OF A. WOMAN AND CHILD. A LADYV BODY BECOVEREDO, (By Cable Messeag.) London, January 12. The donations to the relief fund in America amount to £700,000. The Ilus sion House fund now totals £75,000. The steanuer Ophir, on learning of the disaster when shie was approachiog Italy, nmade every preparation for the secold class passngers to be Jua?eerbi with ?te first, and the second-class saloon and smoking rooms thecn were converted into hosplitals. 1Mgh tribscs are paid ?o the assistance rendered by everybody on board. 'The only niidings at Ieggio nililh r-' malned intact -wor ~those built on Dr. Capecci's plan in 1900 with hellos bricks eand with Vertical and horizontUl wires, giving groat elasti?ty. A womuls and a chikl weD o rescued alive at lIessina yesterday. Bluejackets under the commsnned of a Britlish military attaohe at Ionl iave extrientel thle body ol Mrs. A. J. Ogs ton, wife of the. British consul at 3hls sala...
Sad Drowning Fatality. CAPSIZED FROM A DINGY. Adelaide, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
Sad Drowning Fatality. CAJ'SIZEID FllOt. A )II;N,'. :sy T'elegraph from Our Cor.eopdondnt.) AdehLida., .ial~lTury Ii. Tlitlt wek Mr... Jl?tyg. wilf .h,illo,.ril | O) df .;i X.l l ?Al'l oy at AI-l' .l . i ' , 11 w tlll " tieo .s Ioctbak-oao.lh. Slh.omao oil tI dkI'llt' o fllo]t. l n it1r. PIl.lk.t . )iCakl lt I~rr aslistnce. George* hadCICI was thluikin an a. hint net the dilly. aol to' hritti'ti It. eloati so ho'ii olhe otii li. I'iic't t ott. stiauvelling in tie. tolter, andilaiougit. ridea. aa?hme. N'ew"s tuohiat ,Adeol'idi. ?,.ot-dlly, idllot t.oI. wdas Ioliltzlf ,lrlocll ii. chiS nolllllill, tlllooigI t1he cap Sll c0, a diitiy.
INEBRIATE INSTITUTIONS. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
INESRIhATS INSUTIU?U ONS. Lodoan. January 12. - A report of a departanenltal comntoco notes a dCcided aildure to apply the In obriates Act, nold suggests fta: olFPdoers should oe troetd on a greaduated scale, Begion?zg u m?uOsures of the mildost is-l racter, and increasing tie so?rigency if lteIn cy Is.netlectuol. 'Theo report also sZdggests some elew method of dealing i4lth ouin??lml ineloriaes. T'e onmomittee Iholds that ao permaneot setouiioet in posible, except on a bfsis of State rIe sponsiility.
American Politics SENATOR TILLMAN AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. SOME STRAIGHT TALK IN THE SENATE. "A DODGER AND A COWARD." London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909
American! Politics. SENATOl R TIILLIAN AN')D PiESIDENT ROOSEVEln. SOME S'THAIGHTT.ALAK IN, 'EllE SENATE. :A DODGER AND A COWARD." (By Cable Message.) Loendon. January 1. Senetor Tillneal:s spewech ir Itdle ?iO led States Semate,. yesterday, was a most erJkinpg episode. There (os a very large rc!itcerldnce of t?re public. The gal leries ',er acled withl dipllomo~atists andrl Conarrebstssc l, sld a riotous rulsh was muade to secure dmirotallce. In the course of his speec 'Senator Tl?i'mzLasx deied havIoltg dole anlythion Hllegal., He accused Ptrtdelelt floscvelt of p?ersoaned olice, csllinsg i?oi a , ','sdger and a coward." -He said that while Preelde?t Roosevclt shldldel hi s "dear frie?d. Harrilma~,." who held 2,000,0s00 acres of the JIldic dormoao, he attacked hier XSenmtor Tillhonoll)y for desirihoto Iuy 1440 acres. Sentor Tillmoirs dot?emaded n searohiog iose.ioi?iaigni. T'?e sneoch sr-s litet,.d to h?i .aiece, thel? b4eog rlo applause. (r".e ]levious 'ias ? eseg staled llhtt ]ee...