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Victoria. Melbourne, January 13. DEATH OF A FOOTBALLER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Victoria. - 'JIc aurnc. Jaoinxy .1:~3. D1RATH 4)1~ A VOO0flALI~R., 'fli inns Dayki~n, nged 2,~ yinirs a pro-~ fhionwlvtd \ietulvain llodtbaA'len, win, IkiIled ft (n]I of rorib is f~n, Cnrf isfe ,nisn>; lfsnrnfgo, Fo-.Llny. A. csnCt of cosi fell n hris nh~offfwfes, cruqhnisgl irnis i*S kfesnfh. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
IF IF IF j?i?OU ore looking for a Firm nwhoa can E.if IOU MlUNIE in year boy $log of House Furniture, any we bring under your notice hat of Paynpe & Werry, Boonah, ihbo Oliogit to itoing able to sell an arti tclo os good as tbher competitors at a ess ltrice. (l'Givo them a call before purdcnsing else Atberer SLAND FARMERS' CO-OPERA IVE Co., LTD.,. tE DUYERS of Cream in any quitn tity, and beg to report thb Price of oatter atOls pe cwt for First-Grade. PO. 5ME o?? ,BROS., (Established 12 Yars), SWICH ICE AND DUTTER FACTORY, YES Cream et Highest Onotatlons. Sse lers Dutter, Ice. Farm Machinery0 paratprs, and 811Silo Materials. 'Phone DIi INE BILVERWOOD"9AIRY FACTORY t Co. ale 'an3inlg Sid per lb for Conl kw al Butter contents of Cream deliver· at Gatton Station. 29 e12 PATTERNS lieffIeIld Pen and Pocket Knives. SlOltall at Zoeller'e 216 Qugen Slreel, trlbane. 1?i'~ Iln He iltylite·III Aftergol t.i3-vr. II) er~. nll~. TU vitir livecr itf slugy~isii I tiel I ii tlttne3 l t'linnf...
The Italian Earthquake. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
The Italian Earthq.uake. (Iy 'Cablo Messana.) London, January. 13. The r'elief comnmittees in the Itaiin earthqualke zone are distributing ra' tions daily to 64,000 persons. Signor Giolitti, the Italian Premier, huas cabled to Captain Collins, in Lon don, the thanks of tle J~ulian G·o v1eroment for Australia's clnspicuous contribution to thlue fund for thle relief of sufferers. The Italian Am~bassados i Lonidon has also expressed the graati?. tude of his Sovereign and people.
LOCAL SUBSCRIPTIONS SOLICITED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
LOCAL SUBWSECifPIONS SOLICITEI). The Mayor of Ipswich (Lieutenant Colonel W. I. Deacon, C,B,1. yestsr day received the following telegram Irorm Ald. Buchanan, Mayor of Bris bane :-"An Chairman of the central coninittee, acting with Italian Consul, I beg you will open ?ubscription-list in aid of the sufflleremrs by the 'earth qluake disaster. mindly take imnme diate action: letter following." We un derstand that the Mayor will await the receipt of a letter fromn Bris lut, in the meanltime, he will ibe banc before taking definite action, ileased .to receive subscriptions for the purplose stated.
American Politics. PANAMA CANAL BONDS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND THE POLITICIANS. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
American Politics. PANAM1A CANAL BONDS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND THB POLITICIANS. (By Cable Message.) London, January 13. Sen?tor Hopkins has introdueed, in the United States Senate, a hill au thorising the issue of £100,000,000O worth of Panama Canal Londs. He refused to admit that there was no liklihool of a sea-level canal haeng con strucUtd at Panama. At tli l instmc:: of 'Senator Foralcer, the United States Senate orddred tihe Secretary to the Treasury to turaish a detailoed report upon tlie disposal, by President Roosevelt, of £600,000 of emeresncy Inads which had bec, plac ed at his disposal.
THE AERONAUT'S CONFERENCE. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
THIE AEflI)'AtT'S CONF'flENCE. Lo?do-n, -Tanuar" 1.. •h@ colfl?'or o ~f n?r'anautll at theo T'iiR H:Ioil, ,Lolndoln. ,has decicedlo:| t?,? find priues tldllin 1,001) AOi. or ru,',lionl eo?oti t'ieni, anid as aNlPointd a commititOn t diicuss wil[l lthe a.ioI1 No 'llrlmllnisll rguhllal?. n-o1 "LtrI[ail andI onial rlalig don.
LECTURES ON THE UNITED KINGDOM. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
ic'r'TIWE"s oN TiP UlNIT',D NI NI I),M. .Undlll. January- I:. 'ihae ('olnial Ofilee' Visuanl ]nsttciioni Collllllitc o ]1I'1%'4 .ssllr 1d a v:e'n (?l ctoll',g onl Iale Unitoe| lKih:|nhm, illustalt3 w ith Iablntrnl slidiL. L c?uel?i s pon . cnollly 111, n1 Ildin dlay- fom?11 .alumiuJ faial Iraisld by P coullaitter, a r.sidld over ,by Imluy ]Idley, unlder. the .pItrou'nt?, olf tl?h Prilness of \Wales, \ill Ihe isrs1ut thi year, V
The Coal Industry. COLLIERY EMPLOYEES' UNION. QUARTERLY REPORT. CAL[?]DONIAN COLLIERY. WEIGHING OF COAL SAID TO BE NOT YET STARTED. CHECK WEIGHMAN'S LEVIES. COKE-BURNERS' WAGES FIXED AT 9s PER OVEN. THE BLACKHEATH AND FERNIE CREEK TROUBLES. MACHINE-WORKERS' COMMITTEE. "HAVE NOT HEARD ANY MORE ABOUT THEM—WHETHER THEY ARE DEAD OR ALIVE." TWELVE SERIOUS ACCIDENTS. A WAGES BOARD. EVERYTHING IN READINESS TO APPLY FOR ITS CONSTITUTION. ANNUAL EXCURSION TO BE HELD ON THE 30TH INSTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
The Coal Industry. CO'LLILY EIMPLIOYEI0 ' UNION. Q .A lRTi I.lY RI,-O rI'T. CALDONI.\AN COILIEIRY. WEIGI3NII l()F COAL , SAID TO B. I NOT YET STARTED. CIIECK Vi'lh-I.\AN'S L.EVIES. COKiE-IJLRNIERS' WAGES A.INED AT Ts PEli OVEN. TIlE JILACKIJEATII AND FERINIB ('II:EK TROUIILIS. MAACII NE-WORKERS' CO3t 311TTEE. " HAVE NOT IHEIARD ANY MORE ABOUT THI'HE-WHETJlER TTIEY ARE I)l:A OR AIlVYE." TWEL.VE SERIOUS ACCIDENTS. A W\;FiS HBOARD. EV\EIYTTILIC IS REiADINSiSS TO APl'Y:I FOR ITS CONSTI'TC 'TION. .ANNUAI. EXCURSION '1O lE HELD O) N TI'.1 30TTI IN STANT The quartlrly 0.-legate mT-clinll ol tll Qi11u1nslanld Colli.ry lcnccipoy,-t s Union was held in the 3l.U.I.O.0P.". Hall., ]udlan.ia, on Saturday last. Thl nmrc'ich-s of tl(I comnntte" of nian agcnlent were Il-'-nt, an?d also ti3" followinig ibrnlchl rieprceelntatives : Muiaking, Alri. J. Richards . Rho:ldda, Mr. W. lldson; W\hitwool, AIr. W. I1'Cira ; Eal.-bank, Mr. W. .11ilsni : Swaniha;nk, Mrh. W. Ieigh; lionnie ien d&-. Mr. 1. ...
Flight of the Seers. PALMISTS LEAVE SYDNEY. MANY OFFICERS VANISH. POLICE OFFENCES ACT ENFORCED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Flight of the Seers. --. ? . .. P.\I ?11.SS EI"\ E SYI)NY. AI.\\Y OFI:ICI S (' ANISl. POLICE OFFE:tES ACT EN FOJICEJ). 'l'lT ha' le xini.?htid from (he nt cadentes (naye I "ti . ydnv ~ i loree l ]Her a'I" 01 th I lth i.n le.tant). T'he' have mieltiel- in it.hfe ins twiv '~k -fi lil the lack all.ys. A few Idoor-lplat's are 1.?1t. flit th:' In?lpl ti--those whl for so m1)111 searS caecroa li he hurta of thin servant gihrh with the (ak" les rich , which a 'jelson. ' ?lark man wasns to brinitig lie, 1 rmI nvcr the sea-they will .leer that hiart no 'more. Thi.' 'Police Ofthcicrs lit is in forie. Thn' Polif., &lt;)lenrs's Act, ipave.d last seinsll, has iii:iul: thc' sinria-h?nouire pinofe.ehill? of tellinpl theI futun? hy the I il uf th: halin: or :y' enrd~-by cfairviwtnee, tiii, eio the tsilscc i-thves -.-.agal. At til time whiLn the Act i.'eamne Ia thls;r' wovere qe:orut 50 pro frssiceal palmisiLts-to th' knowl'd&r'of the p]chieI--n Syf l ;y. Thlre rire few einoug:l to-r...
AUSTRALIAN BUTTER IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
ASTRA1'ItAAN lLTIt1t IN TL0NDON. "h: , ]. "l..l l 4 rtll'l' ,ua.llll s?4 . ?a, ' ih : nyd I-,J. ".Daily T:' ;ra I ph Iwr',. 'l fllors lni lr .'s' ]).irn D lol.-l .11 : 1..1 tl w ,,k hI ! s' I n'tlll e l m lllI '- , 4 ill II a nor~l,O]?. J sisl,:et, ianld ,l orel wasi i. falr th? d rious fail' l il' 5 t11 ' Z.3fi1 is's'. llkllss 'lo l the nr ort.:wr i , , vk.P , c :I ;,rh ollint i ll IIqO hy -4 k -r c, l ov.r al~ l l11 lA s (,c'iril s5ls?1 l n? ' A 'ni - liilsii DOnir. Autrll"is til sir'' sink-I f'n'1' Ih' cliiiis'.'nI N is 'isssi'Is, 's"i11.-o i1.1 \il.lsi-nr i 1,1- S i : n ,1i.o.1A l i ssi n1 all ?l 'ry. di'V i'll|ntif .stisloi as 1 iI'e for ninensr . iouJ) 1092 to 1V.s Lor ory c'h.H?,? Ires c,.cluier 1 ain airhrt. 11 i : lr.icti.tlnll ill \itllUts i4 t 'lyt sliht , It is tL. P i, -1I. l h,, i l, t -ie ' It tilmlkt Ill.s illll~',l % | ",i'i'tl?'. : 1:iI'ii ttliilylll'it a:r1\v att ti itpi' ltli, iji. uNit r/eata-a -oul.t. iht-Io 1,-1 p ar itik -ily1 is'1 ? ate thin, hut t, sic i1. ...
Copper Deposits. LARGE AREA IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. Townsville, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Copper Deposits. LARCGE ATILEA IN NORlITH' QUEENS LAM)D. (Ily Telegroaph from Our Correspondent.) To' nsville, January i:. fr. TIenry, wlro controls lar, miln ilg innterests inll tle Cls'onsr rrv l li i irlts, wllell inrtcrvriwes, stait that t!,_ 'ierlst tfi]ts' were enreid'i mirouni: 3Lor (Ctiiilhbert, same 70 miiles west. ad SlMount Osile, abiout 140 niles scst of Cloncurry. The ore rompired mno:' tlhan favsourably in richness with thosl; in any. oti other part of thel wrl.l. iJ the istter mins they had strui.; a groti lot.h tit to 'i!th, . a Ins'.c op orti&lt; on br~in ,? ex eeption lly rich. i.n., 5'0 in 4ft in width. carriing well s-i'r t5il I:r cent. Th'o ore list bliei foiliohl .5ft ir a h'ive .eiil one piasn si,'npl.ti o .itlt. The lousnt. 05xi'lc Ilslile ? sillitll'ld oll thle silnllliit of : riol,?' uf hills, lan lies slt.)t liL milies south stf Bii'letsisWii, bit ith t:\"ll'' u Iiis t:l lwsv)'ei i thesel po'Ctr i fuoll' 1lit il· i' ii lIitilu The oI'"r is at iissr...
Queensland National Bank. Brisbane, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Qu ensland Nationl! .By ?Begr i1li ftom Oui' Correspondent.) i-ii 0. rsbaw; !.anraiy 13. , i , 1 , Ba...t.. il ti I oid at bioon 'o Tur'Jy. T.. u-t..ppfit Si, dti , half;year isped -ol. -t. ..31st 'of December laIt, after pro'i.n.g for wCebto' oi4s pIrrpit, inconie tase,, 4 tenrt Sy, 94 topt positorl ean., inter ;tninablr inseri, .l d.eposit ,.tock, ,amounte ,to £~1C 737 Is Id. lPrp this thb sumof is; 033 3s- ?i iia oen carricd toý oling newaYs-±.lov :ing £25,000 odd " davisaeb in accord anci wisth-hse-4Latk's iEciUeI t ie nrrangentrt i. ,U h following' imtlner -Pr'ntoe 4pofsitb l rs n 5 .... t-. :in'-fd .£20 0,O matnk.g a _ilanncc to tlie credit of tle fund' £33,11 Ios. n d d; resore fuiwl £S00. ...
Federal Matters. Melbourne, January 13. TRAWLING EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Federal Matters. Mellbourne, January 12. TRAWJL.lNG EXPERIMIENTS. After the ofllicial trial of the Ifederal fish;ries ileestigaoro stex:met' E? an vour, it is intendced to e~.in 1the work of trawling. The federal fisherles cx prt'l. (?r. IL. C. Danrovrig) saubmnit ted the fn'lowinui; mcemoraunthlut" to thi' Minister for Ciisttont (olon. F. G. Tudilor) urnle: shese control the cu e?l wdl he placed. As the docyintil in Sydney is ret sponsible for tile upsirecp of the ma hlin.ery and othlcr parts far the :ast six inailh , it is reasanal:1 sil talie lthat lh vessel, for at least two weekis, should operate with Sydney p?s head-itarters, so ns to give the dloc yard Ipeople nmplle 0l1p0. tunity of watching the work'ling oi the :various pa.rts. Alfter that, he suggest.'d that the vessel, after visiting Melhourne, should Ital lip , 1r investigation srcrk, first of ill in a section of the Ipacific, inmmediat.ly to the rast at Bass Strait, south oif it!al Ieani, cant of Wilsoan. l's romnlsvstr...
Bush Fires AT SPRING BLUFF. NEAR TOOWOOMBA. Toowoomba, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
,Bush Fires At' SPRING BLUFF. NEAR TOOW00OtIIA. (By Teleograph rfrom Our Correspondent.) Toowoopmba, January 13. . r cported t hat abig bire is ame?an? Strinor Iluf, The Toodioom ina ip9ij. hate been asked to is-sist. Later. 2e Sprina .Bluf fire is supjposed to -iane been started by, slmarlis from ani e?sigu at.about 10. o'lock this moru inmr, at the '90 miles t0 chain pag, Iunider what soi' lnonir as the Biund Rooks Thgra?t?is eiucing dry, dle. fire spread rapiddlyy towards the Misses SpoIth's Spring Blulff boarding house, which is s ak? on the ccd\rowl th, hlill abo ??'00 ir b)0ft abuo:e swhere tdlise'ooitiated tatiliw eq gsger A. Lattlleass,?ils his .meni, .who sere in tho visanity, tried to beatt the lire back, hute: ntenthstandin their cf - forts, ubel,, nwr'e' grustly ,hampered by' b~ilab konrhi country, the fire ?radual ]yerept up twards tt' boardod?n~g house. Great.lexetemhlit prevailed as.thie tire approached'' ~ hiouse. A vie'r wasm aempt irqni 'the Spaing Bluff Railway St...