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The Weather. SPECIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
The Weather. SPECIAL REPORT. T'Ie following -report 'was issued in Brisbane yesterday, at 11.80 ea.m.: Advices from Northern Queensland, this morning, Ioi?? nto the development of a new tropical disturbanc-, which appears to have suddenly approached the foer Northern coast since the last advics were ecivevd trom those parts--usimly. 9 o..l. observations, yestelday. .llsfr" Ltunately, commulnioati~on s with' lureday Island is interrupted to-Gay, but tlhe re port from Mein (whiec has been conoirm ed) ddicates that a depression is ap proaching the coast, probably betweeu Torrms Stralts and Cooktown. At' 0 o'clock, to-day, rain was falling steadily aloog the 'Pacific side of the Peninsula, 4eital squally south-ceast winds and so0le heavy falls of rain have already oon re corded along the tllegtah-lahlne, ntaRly 460 points ao Coen. Specisl reports will be received during the day, and further de'veloptments will be watched.
THE POSITION AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
THE POS1TION AT BROKEN HILL. At the time of writing endovours are being made to arrange for a set tlement of the Broken Hill dispute through.the medium of she Common wealth Arbiration Court. The Pro prietary Company had expressed their willingness to submit the dispute to arbitration, Gut considered that, be fore such a conference was held, the unions should withdraw the pickets from the mines. On Tuesday the min ers discussed a proposal to remove the pickets if a guarantee were oii taineil from thle proprietors tlhat no men would lie put on to work during the holding of the conference. Subse quently the combilned unions decided not to wit-hdraw thle pickets. As nearly always happens in such cases there are points-involving, perhaps, important principles-o- n .which' bothll sides are Iothl to gi\ve way in connec tions with the preliminaries for the settlement of the dispute by arbitra tion. It is recogniscd, however, that it is inimical to the interests of the counitry that such ind...
WOOL SALES. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
W'OOL SALES. London, Jronunry 12. '~he arrivals of wol f'or tlhe first series of soles for the prcent year, width open oni Tuesday uerlt, tLtal 347,0)00 Ibale.. and of this quantity 157,0=t1 Irnles enl\'e Ieen forwneded n direct (o. lie lunnufictur ilg distriet,. Adldidng tne quoli·ty Inld over frount t1he nlast series lIth availn??le total for the .enomilg salets wil)l ltnt 1 .,1)0 mlnfes.
SOUTH-WEST AFRICA. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
SOUO'llH-WEST AFIICA. Londonll. January 12. It is stat~ed oficially thal thIq lounchli natives 'sre cot ronnected wit the t r cent rattack on Ae10 Anglo-Ge`slr n ollo dsry Commission. A fig~ht occurned al- Solnkaselal, 8, miles in te ihoenter?iold of Cal (oillm, blou reinforcements weis easily sunomaosed. Lieutennaust Steplhoni, tUe GetrmanL coIn missioner, w~s dangerously wounded.
FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND. Loilsosn, January 1,. The Australian professional footballers (Kangaroos) played a match against Bat ieJy to-day, ant were defeated by goals nld two tries (1l paints) to 1 goal and one try (5 point). lhis makes Ule Kangnaroo's lOta defeat. Of the oAhlce matches t.(ey lhan ivon 1-, and drawn 3, scoring 779) to 483. later. lktauils show that B]aley c?ored cdl ida poirt n ihe firust lasS. eavoaneaus scar ed an - nuenolveod try and o Idnid a fOll ally-goal in mhllo eecond hadl.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
PERSONAL. .:0:- Mer. !. A. Il.?l a, of ( ITi head ofiice of the lisya lIannki, i..s ieceiv',ol ¥4o tiro of his lilsoinitmeaut to the ]aro ivil]. hrnh ls ctinlz-ac:celllO.it at. in lieu of Ihr. 11. S. L. (Cla:l?. who haI8s 1 ) 1 ir iS.lll, 'l'tr o qnll_ t :In b. lIn visw oh iii jpriipis~s rat usia ce! br'l inzl o:f th,, ji lehi o,,,f tQu:.,n:. ].ndl his Ex,. hlairs ti. bovttrnor has :heii%.hel to postplote his visit 4i litF. lar-f, on leave, ni il fit'r ittlh I h - ren1a ar. 1 ',?t h it u . silt'. it still le r. it.itii sih s ttrf 'trleh. fruit ? th? hht ritonBolhirs' Sehioil in hli 1 Alryhootiih ('hiristiaii h'rotthri' S'hll. li otll -t " It V i 0''i, tlhtt. n ll' : l l lo~: a 11 o l lti it i lll, staL, liel y i e i l if Broihar iatoh h, is l it hli i, H I tr .n.f'rrt)J.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
SICK ROOM REQU!SITES.-Water proof Sheeting Surgical Oressing. Reutt at Zolep·r , L': punce St ca. Dr shanel. Iope Qfo the - IEA *, al tr?,i. fIe,?;ll i~tllt'l\.t111 I:IT~ltt l~i- I-I·.:llll'J', r ( ' "1 ·,. 1 " "' ·11 ·11 ·: i · m n nu o n·.I,. Ig. i ll II! IIIII Ili 111·· Every known VETERINARY INSTRUMENT. , ,, m V. 8, , . ,e. CHILDREr4'S EAR CAPS, Cure Fro ruding Ears -416. ;. .. , . . . o,,: ·· ::n.,r "?t r,, l, Lr ;,.,; . "QUEENSLAND TIMES," Published Daily. - CASH ADVERTISEMENT PRICES.: r rust be dieninctly noderatood that the Pricca quoted below do NOT apply to Adve. tisements lelating to rocial Events, Meetings, Sports,Trips, Tenders,, &&. ue such Advrrt.inemnnt. are eharged for, as previously, at Ordinary.Scale Rates-narnily,1n~ ?ra ' inch and 2s eclh eucccaing inch. - Once. Twice. Three .Six. . Mpnth: Insertions. Insertlons. 20 Inertioua. 16wordo ... IsOd ... .. d ... 2sOd ... 3SOd ... ?sOli 24wo:ds ... IsGd .. 2s3d .. oid ... 4sOd ... IL.Od 32 words ... od ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
THE TURF. Tiorse-owners and trainers are It Imindc' that nominations for the vari Ous events on the programme for th.. January meeting of tle Ipswich Joc cey Club, to beheld on the Bumldanb 'acecourse on Saturday, the e23rd of Ja,,ary, close with the secretary (Mr. P. W. WM'Gilli) on.Monday next, "the L8th instant. It. is reported that the ForLUunatu colt Ammnuonl as Ih bee .leased by tihe Messrs. Campbell Bros., of Ipswich-, and 'tht he has been put in training agnir by Herb. Wl'Gill. Three of the six races on the card for Ihe' Brisbane Jockey Club's meeting on uaturday 'were won by horses bred in the sister State. The Clarerce River bred ItoR IRoy, .y" Clan Stuart (imp.) rom Amblle, won tie Flying Handsiicap : Comforter, hy Ciavat, from Oasis, ubred il-Mlr. R. C. Allen, secured the Welter I?Idicap; aid the Novice .Uandicup .-?Ut to Mr. Bolin, . a son of unported Skopos and Tattersall's Cup siinser, Old Clo, bred at the Havilahl stud. Word comes frn New Zealand of the loath of the ...
Prisoner's Dash for Liberty. RECAPTURED BY DETECTIVE GRAYSON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Prisoner's Dash for Liberty. IhCAPT lREl) BY TIIt'ECTI-'V]E i GRAYSON. A youth'l named I~onard Cauning, who haild I'viouslJy been conelnitted tor trial on a charge of lreaking, nlter ing, and stealing, appeared again in the City Police Court on Tuesday afternoon, lie was charged with, )lav ing stohlen fronim IRothlwell's, ]Limitod, between the.li 4th and 6th ,January, a Masonic jewel, a silver cigOarotte-easa, and a siljr e nmathi-liox, valuad at £3. Sub-Inspector Carroll proscuteld. Accused's itory was that hle lha purchased the inatch-box and,- cigarette case at a tobalcoonist's sihopi in Queen rLre t, but ev\idenlce was brought to prove that the tobalcconist mentioned had never stockled the goods. Evidence was 1.eing given ky ir. A.' 1E. all, of ]oihwerll's, Liiitel, ,when accuseld., rho hadl on a pair of very dilapidated sand-shoes, made a dash for the door of the Court. It was half-open, and in a trice ho was down ithe stairs, and out on the footpath, in Elizabeth-street. Const...
RUGBY. THE AUSTRALIANS' TOUR. TWENTY-FIRST MATCH, V. ANGLOWELSH XV. A POOR GAME. Australians, 24 points: Anglo-Welsh XV., nil. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
RUGBY. THE AUSTRALIANS' TOUIt. TVIENTY-FlRSTl MATCH, V. ANGIO WELSII XV. A POOR GAME. (lHy Major Philip Treror, in the Liow don "Telegraphl;" December 7.) Austrilians, 2.l points: Anglo-Wlsh XV., nil. hlie Australians woni the mIntel play c:l at ]ticlhmond last Saturday nalter mlon easily enough, lut -they must haver felt that thIe four and twenty ainnts whichl accrued to tlhem i tlhe :anurse of it were ralthlier easily tain:ed. They hare very oallen played itlne lltter annd scored u?uech less. TiheIl nipponents were a fitteen chosen fromn thle murn inlo recently toured New EZLa land, under the nunmagemcnt of lMrr; G. Hi. lanliett, but last Saturday's team was not reprcsontative of that cmabihnation. 'Two or thlre men could not play for - the side Isa'nuse they irre ,gaged elscewhe'e, and soml iothers did not take thle field bIecaiuse lthey are to play in one or oticr oi tie two ig mnatchels which are Ito takle placi on Saturday inext. Thbaick division suffered se\rely in conlseluen...
ANGLERS' EXCITING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
ANGL;RS' EXCITING EXNlEUIENCE. On Saturday afternoon (says thil Melbourre "Age") two well-known ang' lers living at Williaemstown, while fishing in on open boat of Altona, had an? exciting experience with one of a school i monster sharks which a^ present infest Hol.son's Bay. The. nlen hadt..burely set to work whlen the shark, wlhich, they state, mneas ur?d 15f.t or 1?Rt, put il Ia0 alp poarance. At first it would lin just under the boat and content itself 1'y darting o'ut and snapping fishl from the hook, hut wh'n it lnd missed sv eral fish it lieame angry, and lbump cd against the boat. No notice of t3iis was taken )v t-he\ anglers uintil .thl motister hlit tle boat suclh a 1 low with its tail as almost to cause a capsizc, and one of the anglers lhnd Ili knee .injured. Thoroughly 'alarmned, tllty made for shalloAw water, with thdl shark darting ibout them, ap lpanently savage at missing its prey.
LOYAL NORTH IPSWICH LODGE, I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
LOYAI, NORTH IP'SWICH LO)DGE, '.O.O.F. The half-yearly meeting of the abovey lodge was held in St. Thomas's fall, North Ipswich, on Tuesday last, the N.G., Bro. J. U. Gill, jun., presiding. The following officers were elected for the ensuinc term :-Broa. F. G. o.ss, N.0.; Bro. H. Betts, V.G.;, Bro..J. i: Gill, sen., secretary; and BJio. T. J. Beaker, treasurer (re-elected) ; Blro. Brion, warden: Bro. J. Gill, 'R.S. to N.G.; Bro. 'Kiddie, L.S. to N.G. ; Br. Craine, R.S. to V.G. ; Bros. V. Barker, L.S. to V.G.; Bra. Grogory, ccndutor; Bro. Bod'lin, .G. 'The balance-sheets, together with the ocquar terly, trastees,' and auditors' reports, were read and adopted, and Grand Lodge dues were passed for p~aymest. The new officers were then installcd in their respective offices b' (P.D.D.G.M. Bro. J. M- Gill, sen. (the D.I).G.I. Ibeing unavoidably Absent), and hlie was ably ·assisted by P.G.'s Bros. Detta and Riss. Several items of correspon dence savig.been; dealt with and othlcr general uni...