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New Zealand. Auckland, January 13. PREMIER'S INSURANCE PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
New Zealand. •.Auclinal, .haunl'y 13. 1REI 1ElI'S INSUIIANCE PRO) PJOSA.S. A confr ?' f .aIl inilnlr hillr lnv - , i nd t t Ilntthi ie C.':,l o dIo' II' ill re 'lI'd-i to tlih ncpet'laiot of the' ]4. lnioir'. insulranct. lllo]oposak? rmii l lin' h'ln' infurmnati') is obtainid. ll)LE MINES. 'JTh 114,,itIn 7n1n0S 1il ' till idle., ihe ow\nrli s !l'ler tinr · ill th.hir r'Lu.?al to pintk, lo fnii .Iei' ilol mii' i'ollm pliaiiit into t1h, mlinl,?. . Lktlt.\l OPTItON 1POLL t'l'~l)l:.1 Thel? Iwtitioin of[ thl, .1?lus ro'h pub)li £1111, lri-a) ing that thin rt'ti t'lL local op tii n ipll. Ie which "'no licen.'" woa enrril, I, e tl.,clared void, has Iocc dis mii c: l. ,- .
STRANGLED BY A COLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
STRANGLED UY A COLLAR. A message from Perth (West Aust~ralia) states that W. 'Davidson, aged 50 years,. whso sas employed by the ltarlourr 'lrust as shtar detlective st. Frtomanatle, was found dead in en nout-luilditlg on the it?tnrin?? lvhlf. A s?evt-orfea ex lenlinstion hllowed thalt dchL wat s d?v 1 d t sltrallgllatlion. Decensedd. s'he unds r Iti tnnelt e u sef Ivs·slor, hadt fl oi fle o l isoco, nlld a Itghl collar wlioll n was wCasrjfrig had pressed against Ids wind-ldtit. An inquesrt was considered unneesstry,
Fire in the Valley. NARROW ESCAPE OF AN OLD MAN. BACK BURNT WHEN ESCAPING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Fire in the Valley. .,-,-,.,-: o : - .NARROW ESCAPE OF AN OLD MAN. IBACK BURNT WHIEN ESCAPING. A cottage in Harcourt-street, Valley occupied by ?r. Andrew Tamage, '. de:cstroyed l,y fire nlate on Tueda?, lornoon. The flames spread o504 c14 that Mr. Hamage, who is ork £0. years of age, and ias in Ibd at a. time o the outbreak, was rather so croly buret. on the back when makinilg hlis escape from the bhtn ning' building through a window. Na is: olalnl , ? s g~randdaugEter of Mr. 'Rmagni-', ~p got out of the house jist in time. The Ambulance . Brigade rrendered first aid to the injurel man, and convoyed him tio dih hospital. 'Up to the pro wnt it is not l known':o'~nht etonut the iurikh ayp affected lMr.; Jmnage. Tin caussi& th i1re4 which Origriiptk in k~?itnien::is' dot lo s wih. ' Th', Central Fore Brigade serc swaexi q .ao but all .thqt it, was :'posible Joe r.A?e?s to w too st save the nsighboureng property, and this tenSy ,uccedoeld ; doing.: The destroyed a?a, , ?as; own...
Broken Hill Trouble. TOM MANN AND THE SUPERINTENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Brokei liiil Trouble ,:. :UP~.I.?E?DFIT, : ' :' : fP - --& MAN AND T .E .:. .SOEEgtlNTENDIINT Another 'couple of steps (sys thO Broken .-ll orrespondent. .. of: a i 'Sydney Moriing: Herald," en hins 'e count of Suddaai's riot), and.SoBperin tendnet Mitchell, pointipg to the oa rtp ed ways up and down' Crvtelost said, very quietly, BEither 'to atn right or ,the left,- lr. Mann.a.M ?p took a: couple of? poaet tj'rs t thesi, avowing h.is intention of -ug rigrt on, turied tonntds the less again. "Sipciintenident ' Mitchll : ir' at once in front of.him, and sendacd to' be qiitly odging him aside. But Maiinu tried to. ford his way forward, ~d Iln~ector Trenehord, e ppmin upiu tis arm across .Man's chest1 ,p catching hold of bi~nsar.'louie pressed .his head bhak ivitl. hise .fes arm' linn strueggled sfightfy, sbut an instant 'halffa-dozen conistanlesl)ii pounced upon hui, an?d were heldin stationwards through ?ie.i crowd,"-iis him sio chstoly. hlMunn hao dftesi clared that .the pol...
COOLNESS OF THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
COOLNESS OF THE ?OLIE," Perhaps tile coolest man in allthat: wild scene was Supesinteadent atStall, himself, as he. Imade his way. here and t.here nndg his men. Be was mRn ot ly concerna 'd with directing . ffaI·rs. Iut soametimes he personally atteamled to the littl- matters at hanid. On onto occasion (says thd'correspondeint of the " Sydney Mornia: Herald") om nr resting constable was struck la terriliso blow on thie face by biy-stander, and he made as if. to repeat the perform ance. But Super.ttendceat Mitchell's hunting-crop canme, so smartly down' uIpon the back of his. neck that the manri fell like a log. The liblice them selves were niot altogether enamoared of the. id'a of hIavint to draw batons; Most of lthem riir-erred to carp., on i.s they had begun.-with, their hands. Oni, indd, iln response'to a taunt fror an angry miinder, cre?atd an incident that will s-main a tradition in .Brok en Hill for all time. He was not as Sic as the miner, a:nd the lttler had called him sever...
A GIGANTIC FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
k 6 GIGANT1C'Y flTLNIC " ei&,ork nmeesage, 'aar ed Deoe ie 8, states that a'iks atty'Pime~oy, wh o died here yestdy' ai yhe age of 9, lefttproperty whieh is rained at ot £i' ,013 ,0;0o00 - bd £20, go00g0 Her vaist fortniiie was de rived frons two "Scbtesii', Archbald and Jamt Watt, 6, iatl id in Hr le, then'? rural village oqf SewYork, In ? i?i. 'Archibald Wliatt was step tihet to ~ iss Pinkeye aned she lent ibit £S0(lOnŽ nidesivied iii retiirit a grant of all 6f nis property. This in cludled fa'im hinds, whi~oh since have be' gradually al or'hod by the de velopuint of Noe ,drXt 'and ant now olf eii?rmnous value. Mi.s Fslin?ny hIissa her fortune to near relatives Her will lsnl titls are uncontested adl in contestable. She was very philan thio'ole, and, fIlolwvin?g the Custoim of A At rmbricna millioniaires, it is be M'.d that her will contains magni fiScnt bequests to various pubhlic in stitutions of learning and charity. Hen nephewns qid" nieces have een hier chief beneicni...
"THE RED FUNNEL." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Vr.lj~E. C. 'G. Weis'c, 1;odkseeler, This tirnis-tI~e J1s forwardild to ire Eapy~f '1"h ed Vumrl~nel,"~ for th~e sne o nniiaxy. Ties·l' ppH) AR '~9 l matteir ;hre providedl seed verjr hood reed Tu.. ~e me~ap'ne is a~ -s'jb6ia 'arllmes~t - atl cit. ce~drate E~lttY 1u0.-4io bmasl crlbb ,asd Foste.
PRIDE OF GATTON LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
P1IDE OFGATTON ILODGE. Tlher was a very large nttendance at the usua, meeting,,of the Gatton branchl of the .O.G.CT. on Monday evening last. After thle general luasi ness had lawn discussed and settled, the lodge went into recess, the prin cipal pastime for the evcming being a spelling-blre. This ithm was responsible for a most enjoyable nn' pleasant evening being spent. Afterwards a grape supper was provided by a friend of the lodge, and it was very much enjoyed, a hearty vote 2 of thanks being passed ti the doror. Visitoms from the Rose of Tenthmill Lodge wore present i thie lersons o[ Messrs. Gremmett and .Tamieson. The pnoceeds from the spelling-b were 5s, whish it was decided to forward to Iue G;rand Lodge as a donation in en nection with the lato Bro. iair. Crob a?nd Pootse keep only Ite iest 'r?m, Vegetable, aend Flowe~r Seeds. Low eat pries charged. 4
PRICKLY-PEA[?] SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
.PlICK LY-PIlbf SELECTIONS. lThe lands Department recently ap poinlted 12 land rangers whose duties pleincipally will the to see ·that the conditions are fulfilled by tse occu piers of priclsly-peur selections. (One of the conditions of the group tenure on prielly-pear lands is personal re eidence, and this will Ib en[oroed. Geat Colleeslon of Vases arnl Ornse mens at Cri~bbe d Foote's. See their Shllow-oom Display.*
WALL-CALENDARS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
WALL-CALJE NDARS. . From Mr. Joseph Hargieaves, the local agoent for the London nori Lan cashire Fire rnsirancbe Conimany, we na' in receipt of dne of the wall-calen dars issued by the company, for the present year, whichi discloses that the securities of the company are . vtlted at £4,432,62 . Mr. W. Tathem, Ips wich agent for the Guardia~ Assur ance Company, Limited, has forwarded us a copy of the 1909 calendar is 'sued by the company. On the face of the cailecndar it is recorded that the company's assets exceed £6,000,000. The Palatine insurance Con~pony, Lim ited, for whirhl Mr. Edgar Robinso. is the Jpswich agent,lmave also issued a very neat .wall-clendar, lor the prseu)t year.
A KANAKA KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
A IKANAKA KILLED. The Commissioner for Police has bIeil advised by tihe police at Burkle town that Mr. John irKirildy, nian ager of thle. Lorraine station, at Clon curry, has reported that a kdnlia dioed there oni Monday, apli ~dly from injuries received in a fight nimongst tile blacks on thl night lbe fate. The Burkletowivn iolice left to investigate, but had some difficulty in getting through' as the Leichhordt River was in flood.
Federal Premier's Visit. MR. FISHER AT MARYBOROUGH. Maryborough, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Federal Premier's Visit. 11?. FISHER AT ItARYBOROUGIH. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) MIaryboroughl. January 13. 'The Federal prime Minoister (lthe f l. A. Fisher) ?ld party arrived here by sue alilernaloeniail twrinl. 'Illho Priee M?i?iler .as mlt at tlle statical iy the ?layoc' r.and a loeg i uomlo er oa citi.?ns. An a~d~oss was pesueoio by ltho seretary os die Workers' Political Organisaiionl. ir. Fisher, in resplonding to tile vwelcoIe, said tlmwt. the time oid noYt tars\verd for a declaration of policy, wticll., sllen un nouincc:l., lie wou.ite juidgd i;y, ned would stead or Tall, according to thlle soalner in whih irt was sullppoit~. . The1 party was aiscon to who Royal Hotel, wlire oan offiol welcoL wooas ar condeld ilby t?he layor. M~r. Fisher re cour'd a iilmniaer oa' deputations, stne lie i'n iroll Messrs. Walkers, Lilieold, iroa roiirders, who irat?loestled against fsnihalh loromotive s\heels lieinlg ?ditladd frue oh duly, while ronugh wlheels, to I.e fiiElhed loc...
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 13. STEAMER ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS. ---+-- Io :- (By Telegraphl from Our Correspiondents.) New South Wales. S?ydn~ey, lanltasy 13. S'i'CAl1hI-t ASIIORl],. 'hl4is m4ol44lillng 14te Nrwzastl·]e nlld 11444 Ir Itiver (i ompanIy' flew .'t.; tnor 4..4ir l4lh 44,1n 4:Ih44 4' iOi t-he StIcktem hll aecIh A11 tAm.ls were isave.'i. T se I -is. crri' --,? f l'o ln ]?,?[.i'.1 444 |4O:144 r '.i ' 4444144 4 l C l.h :A lttr- i?.s:l states thatl ' the m 4rn 44, was brit-it a.nd the sea 5mn,44444. Cthn tli stancter Cariauh (n4i. ht4r4::b I strawt;- -44 1,44 , -4,i4h4. ') s:t xti, ?' .'-' 4 44 in 4 44' .t'spatc44 h,4 1 444 e aii n-t t. ,, lib t 4441l l4,t. .'4 e:.l. . heat from thie steamer Car h h4 :4t eittlp l t4 r ntiartl the Car 1mab, 144 'npsizd in tih,. surf. The ocei pants went ashore. A locket BrD wade suiscoeded in getting a line elaoard h1I Caruah, and tlhe passengers wveto laiken ashore. Water is now Ineaing oer tII vessl, winichl aplars to be setl ling down. FAT'AL. LIFT ACCIDENT. A lilt accident o-ceured a...
Cricketers and Motor Car. DRIVING ACCIDENT. CLEM HILL'S FINGER FRACTURED. Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Cricketers alid Motor Car. DRIVING ACCIDEl'\T. CLE31 HILL'S FINGER FRAC TURED. (By l'elegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, ,mdury 13. The Rev. Father Fleming, of ?L?k St. Benedict's College, George-street West, and four mnemlers of tlhe Soulhl Australian cricket team at pre sent in Sydney, set out on a mntor tripl to the National Park this morn ing. The cricketers were Clent Hill. ). Gehrs, N. Claxton, and A. Jen sinls. They were the guedsts of Fatl?hr I'lesming. The party enjoyed the rus as far as the turn into Sutserlanid, shen a small boy on a bicycle was noticed wobbling on the roadway in front of the car. Tn his deire not to run the little boy down, the driver hlot the car into the gutter, sils tile result tlat a enpsiie followed, nld oll tie occulpants were pitchled inlto the roadway. The driver was pirnled underneath the over-turned car, and had his right arm sprained. Chln Ilill fared worse, his little finger on thie right hand being iractured. The othler occupants of th...
Land Settlement. AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE TO BE HELD TO-DAY. Brisbane, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Land Settlement. - AN JIPOR'TANT CONFEHRENCE TO BlE IIELD TO-a?Y. (By Telegraph from Our Corrpspondent.) Brislane, .Itsnlary 1. An isiportant confetrnce is to e hlold, to-Illorrose, on. the questson of hLow best to (ocilitate settlement on Queensland ille la?nds. Thel?e will le present ~lho Pa~mier (tlile Hon. W. Kidstos), the lMin ister for LMands (the Hon. D. F. Dle hlsn), (le Hfomo Secretrary, aid fnooer Minister ior Laadls (the .on. J. T. Itoll), the Under-SecrLetary for Lands (Mr. W. . . Scott), anld the Sorveyor-Geoeral (Mr. A. A. Sponwers).
Broken Hill Strike. PROVISIONS FOR THE MINE BROUGHT IN UNDER ESCORT. DONATIONS TO THE MINERS' FUND. Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Broken Hill Strike. 0:o: . PROVISIONS FOR THE MINE BROUGHT IN UNDER ESCORT. DONATIONS TO THE MINERS' FUND. BY THE PUBLICANS. (By Telegraph from Or Correspondent.) Sydney, January 13. At last night's meeting oI the Bro ken hill Council a Mayoral minuti, cordially inviting the Premier to visit Broken Hill, was adopted. At the usual mass meeting held in the Broken Hill Trades Hli, last night, the audience was smaller ltan of late, and lacked enthusiasm. Tir Hill was quieter yesterday than hasl been the case for many days, ansd comparatively few people were in the streets. The change of pickets waR effected without incident. Another trolly-load of provisions was ilken into the Proprietary Mine in the afternoon under the escort of troop ers. A, small crowd wncatclii the pro acdings in silence. One man cal.ed thie diriver by an opprobrious namne, and was arrested. There was no at tempt at' a capture, and no excite ment. prevailed among the onlooker.. The notice given hy the Block 10 mine ...
LATEST PARTICULARS. Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
LATEST PARTICULmARS. rly Telegraph from Our Correspoe?~ nt.) Sydney, .Tannry 13. The Amalgamnte?d Mi?ners' A.soria tiom has given £1000 to the striln' futd at Broken Hill, the amount tn be returaed to the Unihn by a li'vy l Is on unenlel.'s. With riferenel to lhii capture of l.11 Sncialiet flati, 4'y thi p1ilic~.', durii5 the ditrlllhnnril on ,1alurday last. it i a rdletd] thalit li' ieiomuiilid iniioa.i intiil to takl. notion nagainst tl' liii'. ihlaririniai shin with the larceny if theo fist?,'r, in Inion all' alnso enf. lieina, thieiadvini's eeh s at Schraing contain ponuitalles jul11 asseaiilt.