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Aliens in America. PROPOSED DRASTIC REGULATIONS. CONDEMNED BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Aliens in America. IIOP'OSJ~?D J)J.1''1 ' J]J.I:I LA.J'JONS. CONDI)IC2MNEU1 1 PIllESIDErNT JIOOSEVELJT'. (By Cabl lessngoe.) ].ondon, .suslary :1. fA ,ll] hle- beean introl,ced ,n the Cali fnnrnynin L1e'inlture tInn .ennnjnons-,r thl ?ne gReg?tLion nf JnIlpunee' ninlld' Chinese Sny mlui'eilsen ilr"s t l .ielnr .lJaianellel, fron Iyblicn snools, anld 40 put -nnionnls inUs •n eiestrteirerts oh IlInIn. -]reidennt lnoonen 'noltc ,ernelli _ln tiJne Imsue r n s nne c a pi!e eel Jelly, bce! fenitnane! flflqan1. Tine Jnlaeannse P1ress nre ennleiing inebdi'gnn ti.ee an suIn prninned lnnginlnetionee.
THE RIGHT SORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
,. H+itl tltOR'PA+RW'Px_- ? He strolled i?nto t?4 'Agen-Gb~enetl's ~ i hce in Lesdon the aother day aiA naked to dee hE ma" in' chare 'cti'biaicia Clan. He wro sharon n., Just on, grdim ary lbourlng:.man o t ) or see .. i He naid lie ?rnsted 'to ensaigr?? e Cto 'New Slath Wales Wsith a 'ipant, cl l:s fai?mily. Boa ,man 4siad he? 'Well, 'aoCis lew; perhaps they swould wrlte their names ~owns'a' lie called them out. le? reeled them oll :-Alma, Violet, Anlio, ,leleuna, Lily, Jnaet, Evcl~ly, 'u.ay, .-'le, 'Cloalrlie, I)Dolly, Gladys, Arthur, Nolranull., They ralnged (om., thle .cradle into tile middle twentles. .l'PoLrt of your. faintly,. you stiqusrieel til 'iea r~iesned cmi gratio, mT'hc ea7' replid tile Ca het oif 0, ,I h;ave half-a-doen sonls older lslan thellisov?e ii Canada. 'llhe' danut thinllk much otf Canldn, ald dif .you rould settle the rest of us adown ill yoler colnl ty, and we like it, lhe boys 'ould proba?ly'coec out, too." Thlre Vmn (writes th?ilng.dol cor!espondmt of tl...
COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
SCOMMERGIAL. .... S"Queensland Times" Offlice, WedneEday Fvening. ,essrs Siemon and Sons, produce mser 1aente, report that they. ha~ve made no ltetatlions in their market rates. The fol· ?8iorg mere the prices paid by thLe firm 4 F waxu PBzOa. Maice.-Prime, 4rs ld per bushel ! Ca-E--Mhied, prime .(lurnes --liegs and F; baleein), Ae815s to A4fis per tonl .u Soerne-prieine (ge aed bales. in). ' ?65s ttoS £5 per ten C Potato?e-no qnotation : Onhiom. 'o qiiotsticn " ?Ss9-7d per doren 3d1~&2 dper peic ~j1ooe~ees-fie to fir 3d perp~ W 8 8s1D c h W Mpasoo vyp ~· id~tosagdp erielb ~4rPy-j4o~prbl
ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
SOSEWOQD AND DIStBICT MAE. "KET PRICkS. SWednesday Evening. ýfVhe storek-cpers of the above distri t srta under: 1e prine, 4s per bushel Ege, -i:d' jel dozen : -Mix ed3, 'Ato .£ prr ton ; catn, £: 8 to Ae.. luce'ne, 43 108 to £4 sEooters, 3s to 3s 84 per gair; hens, 2s s toe2Sd.' :. . 43eese, 4 to 49'6d per piir ( Dues-Eingish, ~8 6d to sB per pair; ; MnBoovy, Btoasfld re e-Hetb, 54 -to 6s Gd per pair; Sgobblei, If6d tol8s geon, d er air.
FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent). Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
BESI' HtLL PRODVUCE REP3 IT. . o,,,Olu Own Oorespondent). , Wednesday Ewv'nin. oderate supplies wete forward.to-·ay, _ ere sold at the following rates: Prm 3s lld per bushel do one ;Rggs-7d per dosen ~toe--nghish..eh AR pAr ton J?47s?d to -510 per ton: " oaten, A4 I Gd s lucerne, 4?4s 6d - to 515s ay--Lucerne, A3 le 6d to R4 per ton; ch o.ten, none ?Onmpksn, ,nil a Osuons non ..oostes--~3s to 8s 35 per pair "iens--l. 6d to ls 94 per pa'r Gi~eeee4sperpair 3)[oks-.Engish, , 2s 95 to 8s per pair ovo m IooP,3sto 38s3d a" Pigons-v' quaotation
GATTON PRODUCE REPORT. (From a Correspondent.) Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
.. GATPON PRODUCE REPORT. .,Xkom £ Correpondent) Wednesday Evening. 4'A fair oupply of produ e was masketed -1liy. I otatoes were much easier. Crr* nes quotations are as under : Maie--prune, 3s 1ld pwr bushel E Tattar--Tactorp, 111d por lb ?E? ggs-- d per dozen . Potatoes--English, £3 10s to £6 per ten ; a weet, none "'Chaff--Mized, £3 10s to £ ]Os pEr t*on ; . osten, £4 10 to £5; lucerne, .5 to * ""£5 101 ? aty-Luoerne, £3 10e to £3 15s par ton : " oaten, £3 lOs to £4 , Pump ns--3 Oa p?er ton O a mio es, bnone SCream-- 8d per lb (commereial butler).
GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
(From Ou: t)c' . ; 0 .: . Welnr:dsey Evri?ng. .Seller euppl.e uf trodume coeo in 1o day, but prces crc unchiang' d. VPol owing are the ruling ratus:- Mainn--rim'eiuw, &.- i., t' us liutit,tr-Faetors, I d:, l;, i ggs--d pr dozoEu l'ottonts-Englioih, £ I to £6 pcr tn; sw,4,, nonU Chaff--lixuod, £3 15s to £4- Vs (id :per ton; oaton, £4 to £4 lUs; lutorne, £1l to £5 Ss HT~ay-Lucerne, £3 to £316s per ton Omioens, £3 per ton Crem-8Sid per lb (eommercial hutter).
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
LAIDLEY PROIUCE REPORT', (From Onr Owe o:rreepondent.) Wedlesaoy Ereniolrw There were Ifairly laegi oppl~ie of lu-1 cerl.e cihfe forwaRd to-day, old irom £5 si ' to £5 12sid per ton wis real!sed. 1 here was no alteratiou in the p ire of maize. One line of 55 bags of potatoes from Laidley Creek brought £7 prsr ton. A load tf breom milletcause s one co:nretitiou a d it was eventually bought for £28 10s per tyn. The following were the closing rates: - Maize, prime, o4s per bueshel Rutter-Fectory, 10Ld per lb. Eggs--d per doean Potatoee-English, prim, £7 ptr ton Cha?-Mixed, £4 15s p?rton; oaten, £5; uInoerne, £35 Se to £7 12 Gd Hay-Lucerne, £3 15s per ton Mlii4t, £28 los per ton PnmpkinE-Ta:e, £3 to £3 10s per ton,: cattle, none forward Onions, nominal Cream- 8d per lb (commercial buttor fat) Roosterse-Prime. 3s to s 6d per pair Hens-Prime. tOtoes 6 dper pair Geese--sBa Sd to 6s per pair Ducks-English, s2 6d to Bs per pair; mnsoovy. Bs to 8s 6d Trkeys--Goblers, 12p 64 to 17a 6d per pair...
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
BRISBANE PBRODUCE MAREE?T. J. Jackson and Co., Limited, of Brisblne, reportthefollowing alusof farm and dairy produce on January 18 : Maise-4o 24 to 43 21d- pr bushel special, 4 3d Potitoea--Englioj prime Gs to e8s jer cowt; second quality. 3s t3 s sd Pompkinse, 4s Gd to 5e 3d per owt Chaff--Oaten, se Ed to Gs per cwt; whsrton, 8S 6d to 4sd; luoorne, 4,e Sto 6s Sd; mixed. 8. 9I to us Gd Isy--Lucerne, as 6d to 4s 2d per cwt Butter--prime, 8O to Bid per lb Cheese, 4d to Ed per lb Honeyg; 2d to 214 per lb Eggs--Ordinary, 8sd to 8Bd; special, 1s to Is 4d per dozen Fowls, 6 t e Ed per pair Lu:ke-Musoovy, 4s 3d to 7u per pair; English, Bs to Is 91 Geese, 7a to Ps jer pair Turkeys-Gobb'rrs, 133 to 22s per pair; hens, 9. to lies Pigeons, Is to le 1d per pair tiU nP' fowls, So 9d to 4o 3d pe0 lair App es (local), s Gd t, 7s 6d per cace F'lame, 2b to ao per quarter-ca e Fears (cooking), Is to is 4d per quarter ease Grses, 1d to lid per lb Watermelone Is lo Go per dozen Rookmelhs Is to 3eGd pe...
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
TOOWOOSIBA PRODUCE MARKET. '.D.D Gazetts" Office. Tuesday E'~ening. Busin:ss in produce circles wasn a tive to-day, ond the supply forwarded was io esr-y scety co'ual to the d1 Inllnd. Thlere wre ro alteratiolln3 in rcenllt quottolos!l, snad the following are the rulinhg sholesale quotationo ijaycglhi to fmnners aned producers by, unrrchsnls (begs uitL tl'es in) - Maizo: .s 10d to 3s lid per Ibushl (market firm), big demand. Mutter.--lFactory, Ifld, farmers', 8.1 to 9d per lb. Egigs.-Ordirary 9dt, new-laid 103 per dozen. inhdonr !ld, pbr lU. Flour: £9 ]Os Iper ton. Bran: £53; Pollard, £5 10t. Chlas -Fatcy, large, l 5(d, loaf, Old. Potatoes: Whlitcsins, and secondl quality. £1 to £5; prime Browaells, £5 IOs to £ 10ls. Onions.--Locanls (soft), £5 to £6: New Victorian, £f to £7. Chnff.--3lisxed, commonl, £3 to £3 10s; speeial, £4 to £4 10s. W'h.eatoen, new, local, £4 to £4 1il. Onton, new season's, £1 10ts to £1. .luleriun, cut from the stack, £4 to £1 Is : prieh, try, green, und lealy...
Laidley News. SIR WILFRID LAWSON TENT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 14 January 1909
Laidley News. Froam Our Lockyer Correspo.ndt. SiR WILLPII) LAW60ON TENRT. :OU.. .lthe January quart?erly meeting 'aiii abave tent was held on Monday eoensL the 11th instant. 'l re was a gtl.at foadanceci osoien-hrse, some -82 ledog pre saut. lro. 3. Jaicos, C.R., occupi& the chair. nlie usual routine of bliiaia neass was dealt with, and -tie repoal t bala~cie-sheet were presented. The : eetrslip roll shawed -19 male and . unalen full benefit midbes., 1I iae Jh orary medical, and live jemnie b*obecurf meodical menlberq. The Superintent c tle L?idley Somerset Juvenile Te ?t pirted--emnla, 20 :0- 6peerai cridit ance, £1 1las Od. It ~h stated t~t the balance to credit oi -tie adult te? nas n£4i is le l d- aliglt .deaoarrea oizrls thie quarter-bliut during itat peiod's a £1 had been raised.ncad- devoted Co ase of bennotence. eIl~te uditor' --e port was sabisfactory, ehowing (ethte hooks -were well.Iept, awiT th eatoui t correct. On the .rndtfon -of Euo. fl. Head, secended by Bre....
Telephone Charges BETWEEN IPSWICH AND OTHER STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
Telephone Charges BETWEEN WLPWICR AI(D OTHER STATIONS. Thp following is the list of charges for the use of the telephone between Ipswlob ld the Places mentloned: Each addi IPswich to LTrst 8 tioal minutes. 8omn. Allora ..:..a................ 1 10 1 4 Bounah. ......... ... 8. S 0 Bowenlile ................ 1 4 1 0 Biertane .................. 0 4 0 8. lBurdaterg ................ 2 10 2 1 Cambooys .... ..... 1 0 0, 9 ChinehillaU ........S....... 2 4 '1 Clifton ........a... :.... 1 4 1 0 Coominya ........... ..... 0:8 0 Crow's t est .... .*. 4 1 ,. 1 0 Dalby ........................ 1 10 14 Ella)gowan ...... 2 4 1 9, Engeleburg .............. 0 8 0 8 Eat .......................... 8 0 6 Forest HIll ....,........., 0 0 Gattn ....... .............0 8 o Glamdrgan Vale ...... 0 2. 0 2 Go .oran ................ 1. "4 1 0 ConuaLungee .......... 1 4 1 1. Uaurle Junton ..... 1 0 0 9 GranJcherter ..,0...;.. 0 8 "' 8 Grantham ...... 0 0.,,,. 8 " Ureenmount .............. 1 4 1 0 Gymple .:.;.........
International Cricket. NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE FIXTURES ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
International Cricket. NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE FIXTURES ARRANGED. The following are the fixtures for the Australian cricket teant which is to visit the oed .country this year, as arranged in England by. Dr. Poido via: May 6--8, v. Notts at Nottingham. May 10-12, v. Northants, at Nor thampton. May 13--16, v. Essex., at Leyton. Slay 17-19, v. Surrey, at the Oval. May 20-22, v. KI.C.C., at Lord's. ' May 24-26, v. Oxford University, at" Oxford. May 31-June 2, v. Leicester, at Lei cester. June 3-5. v. Cambridge University, at Cambridge. June 7-9, v. HaRnts, at Southhamp ton. . May 27-29, First Test, at Birming. ham. June 10-12, v. Somerset. at Bath. June 14-16, Second Test, at Lord's, June 17-19, vacant. June 21-23, v. Yorkshire, at Brad. ford. June 21-20, v. Lancashire and Yorks, at 'Manchester. June 29-3(, vacant. July 1-3, Third Test. at Leeds. July 5--7, v. Warwickshire, at Bir mingliam. July 8-10, v. Worcester, at Worces ter. ,July 12-14, v. Gloucester, at Bristol. July 15-17, v...
Chamber of Commerce. LAST NIGHT'S MEETING. TELEPHONIC DELAYS. LETTER FROM DEPUTY-POSTMASTER-GENERAL. THAT OFFICER TO BE WRITTEN TO. LETTERS FROM RAILWAY COMMISSIONER ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS. HAWKERS AND "CHEAP JACKS." DEPUTATION TO TRAFFIC BOARD. STREET-SWEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
Chamber of Commerce. LAST NIGHT'S MEETING. TELEPHONIC DELAYS. LETTER FROM D)EPIUTY-POSTMAS TElb-GENERAL. THAT OFFICER TO BE WRITTEN TO. LETTERS FROM RAILWAY COMe MISSION ER ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS. HAWKERS AND "CHEAP JACKS." DEPUTATION 'TO TRAFFIC BOARD. STREET-SWEEPING. The ordinary meeting of the Ipswich Cham!.er of Commerce was held in the office of the secretary '(Mr. G. W. Allin), Bell-street. last evening. There were present-lMessrs. G. II. Shillito (President), J. P. Bottomley, A. F. Slpann, F. E. Barhat, T. Danlgerfield, H. T. T. ooper, T. Dailey, W. B. Darker, G. F. Siemon, 11. Woodford, M. J. Molloy, F. Goleby, J. Harper, and Jas. RIichey. APOI.OGIES. Apologies for unavoidal,e absence were tendered from Messrs. W. Bryan and Geo. Hltrison. CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was dealt with: From thel.Drcsuty-Postmaster-General, relative "to the complaint aboult the unsatisfactory worklin,; of the teleph'eni system in ]pswich. The whole cause of the trouble, it was stat...
Itinerant Teachers. DISTRICTS ALLOTTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
Itinerant Teachers, DISTRICTS ALLOTTED. As already. announced at the confer ceod of itinerant tnachers with the heeds of the 1Dpartment of Public Instruction the various districts were allotted. The teachers, it is under stood, will begin work as soon as possible. All buggies asu eluipment are ready, and these uhare leen sent to the distracts in which the teaching will be conducted. The horses, how ever, will not be purcdused locally. The following districts have Ieen. al lotted :-Cloncurry, No. 1, Mr. J. Pitt ; No. 2, Mr. H. S. Smith ; Rich mond, Mr. It. Falknier; Hughenden, Mr. W. Goodsall; Harcaldine, Mr. T. L. Muller; Winton, Mr. T. F. ClGery; Lon_?each, Mr. J. J. Healy ; Charle vill, Mr. J. Ni Tonkins; Cunnamul la West, Mr. G. Desbois; Cunmnmulla East, Mr. J. P. A. Jensen Roma, Mr. J'. E. ]Maddook; Tcul!a, Mr. A. Hunter.