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Culture of Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

6hadýaan bjoot -of: alghe~r dsg i lr~osti t1 ° etbtode of "J mifi~imn 'f~i 1i)olflj eolrVe 3t3 for 1':. f"mi routvaee, onfire pros, ut.mportant, i.Jo iim r ° edi a# -op13rooi0atioOof ~iri c' o~ti~ ot}, ,3IiO AD o :.kE;, acd .ueo'at. (430 .'tav!el tate'idiP ýE~hbptC~mbý'il!ýita1ý' , 'e hoe " J~mo j,;ase rvd c*ops und 1earaeelioiatitLM rf ,th-b e circum' a c?ne? will prol ij , ,ly .? ?e omne the livigh ticit question facing our seat, a'nu aid economic scholars. ?Ye have, for iistance the problem of as you? g iland filled with the landlss siaon and nianlese lands. Similarly, : as a mat tgrtof glrse, we find farm-?rs strug gling With hijglh rentals or heiavy interet, apd these ati determining. factois. It i. an uasy t"hing on paper t. show a financial advantapge to the fairmer in buildg?ngand filling a silo , it; is useless if he lihs 'not got the money ito buly t? .meatminal to build the silo, the maelinerV to handle the c'op - TIhr .is i o roor ' for " argn et in the fact that it pays...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Federal Affairs. Melbourne, January 1. AUSTRALIA'S TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Federal Affairs. : Melbourne, January L. AUSTRALIA'S TRADE. The Commonwealth imports for the first 11 months of 190S amounted to! £45,115,228, i falling off of £1,641,-f 175, compared with the 1907 period;. Exports from the Commonwealth dur ing the first 11 months of last year: w?i, valued at £55,443,.22, a de crease from 1907 of £9,058,344. MAIL CONTRACT BOND. The £17,500, paid in settlement of the Govermnent's claim over the ab ortivt dErglish mail contract, has been mad, availaf¶Je. It is Dr. Fisher's in tention to place the amount at the?. disposal of the Post-Office deparent. a This will counterellasncc the loss which the department suffered through the Eastern Extension Company overx Tasmanian cable rates. SUEZ CANAL D?ESE. A despatch has reached Pr?me Minister from the imlxeres veru ment, intimating that after & iders lion it hhed been founel impr catc'li to Riv i ffe .ct to the rsulest of thielsst Administration for a reconsideration of the Suez Canal duels, with a v...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Extraordinary Racing Incident. AN OFT-RUN WELTER. Murrurundi, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Extraordinary RaCig i.: Incidrent i A oFurT- ?N WELTER,. Ilurrurndi, Dec er 30 A rather extraordinary incidnto curred at the .Blandfold (fto . a i from Murrurtindi) annural eyas ob - ingk Day. Thi hotne wnt tethepot" for the Welter Hanlicap, ti latie running six ';.furlongss at top x The starter declared it no alte, t' ing that he did fnot drop Ins flg The horees finished thus' Of*h.iutoastý'i (odds-on favourite), \ ilatistdr 3iJ and Lolblia , ;. SAfter a few u"4,teh ' spell tl',': pgain tarted o n-.f. : arot .&ti - furlongs .r'l i sthrter "i'la that it was' tome ofhe p not he, who despatcihed e?e iteell.-e result was cxecnhgtlyhc thie:ke :ie' i first time,- " ', i f SThere was soime tru le wha to a thid ri 'un. :wor ' to ' r (Lonelia and Barrister) .did' tis. i diepoesd to punish lieiW ne&ldese ' giving them 2. 2 minis straigt6f'l reel, the latter also havin q-rr 11pt 7tb but they jwere i normed %'aW`,t could not scraw lthem, d tLe public a run ';' their 'snpnyiif '...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
STATEMENT BY BURNS. Sydney, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

STATEMENT BY BURNS. Sydpey, Deaoebar 31. Burns, interviewed .toight, admitted tlie`., accuraicy of the cable message itich;he was stated to have sent to Lo.ndon;, andtin reference to the : criti dissmnio h6ý'Sportsman," he said.that the: boot?."wa?on'.the other leg. nh remarks made by 'the "Spoktsman' arose out':of.the bias againsthim" , By 'Ilestue"" whlo bad pursued himn relent. lessly throughout the. whole of his areer. .As to' last Saturdaqy's fight, what le ebadsaid'in regard to John son's seconds? es correat,. because at the time .lugsw began. to' swell they shou?edin'ean udible manner that 'his. jaw 'was broken. Thousands of peo ple heard it, and he.did not think that Johebson's thconds would deny it. Burns said that he finished up strong Y,-rand he'still held that be had a good chance pf winning. Mr. Jack .London, speaking at / a dinner to'Mr. ?L. D. IM Intosh *t theb Hotel Australia tonight, said he was perfectly cerlain -that no black min living would have stood up, or cou...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Boxing Championship. GEORGE TOWNS INTERVIEWED. Perth, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

oxhibng'Ch mapionship. GEORGE/TOWNS IN'TERVIYEWED. (By Telegraph from Our Cortespondent.) Perth, .'January 1. eorge.Towns, the sculler, who is a pfassenger;: by Ptht Prais, W4s inter idewg3 ythessny. ýelerxhi *p the boxing chanmpwonelp, he ts that it was predicted in '.England that John son.must win, owing to his height, rach,' aid strength. .He was.,const iered altogether. too big for-..Burns.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Tlu. rA- RESERVED FOR 'RIBB OOT r. .. . -namnem s ..... .. .... - . . . HOW TO BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL. SI OP AT .e Cribb & Foote's. We Offer Special Inducements TO-DAY. S 1O0per ?esnt., SPECIAL DISCOUNT off all Remnants in our DRAPE3RY DEPARTMENTS until further notice. :i"' w]ie?oe a simall 1lt (f Perfume Caskets and Haberdashery Ncvalties to elear at 10 per cent. DUiecont off marked prices. s" !peoia, 10 per cent. Discount of all La lies' Hand Bage during January. In our TAiLORITNG DEPARTMENT we are giving a 10 per cent. Dis count of all SUITS ordered during the month of Januaiy.. We have a very fine range of SUITINGS to edtlect from. If you require a SUIT, now is your time to swe money by placing your Order with in. Throw Outs Ain our Milliner Department anoy'Untrimmed Straws, clearing at le each. ite Helm I for Iadies'.and Girls' Wear, sle 64 each. Just the thing for this hu werher. in Trminme Millinery at half original pr ice. .cal v ain aies' Dust 7CVloaks. a, r' a a i...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Contemptible Thief. YOUNG LADY RESCUER'S MONEY STOLEN. Bendigo, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Contemptible Thief: : YOUNG LADY RESCUER'S 1I0N STO LEN. ': SBend " -De nbr2. 7. 2 A cn?temp tiblr .tc ti.was committed: at Lake Weeronin on Boxi ag y young lady floh off the jetty ,ear the.:. boat aiouse into 1te wat?r, .nd 'waz'? ^n daanser of be4ig drowned whs ." anotli:r ydung'ltdy -*ss 2eargaet Mf 'lkrmott-rushed k et k siser ne arnd rescu; d her c ined. In se exit enmnt of the moment. Miss 'Dermott? thlsw aside her 'hemd-bag, in whiwh she hd ur] .'n enrrying a smal]l purse, ,:: containing half a sovereign, 4s;, and a return ticket to Muldon.'.After having got her friend:l out of the water t °he. found that her bag and its con teats were missing.--"Age." Ms.S. L. Morrison, .imjn nn luerL , ]3aflarn~t, Vi corbu, wines': Both. :Vi 01 t sr ssod I are firms f~deAvevre in {Ra 1srrlbfts Toldets. We hires usesi thesso for stossesh ned liver issosslee ned testS faOssi t scms moat effective. The use iii most jdijis is follpsimi by moeitbbatosit lint Cbooosrierrbsin's Teahlrt see. so. sh...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Billiard Match. GRAY'S LATEST RECORD. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Billiard Match. ~GRAY'S LATEST RECORlD. X91; asegtpb -(ram -Wr Correspondceit. .MCOO Sydney, JTanuary 1. '`~',~s e"of lust.nigIi{'s" play, in 4diI1Iadwi match bn1iVeon Gray and earn1.(14;Q00O up),: Ith scores weer. yýýrecorves 4000),..]2,O02 ; i~n i291. -(ray last. night our rd by .svbningZ3Ol off thy,

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

DRINK ~ ORI ENTAL' 116 ALL, GROCERS GQLOEN, TIPS SEWA ; F. IMITi4TION~S. BIIPhotographer, STAU BEST IN R[GH CLASS ;tt ?,-c PJIOTO6RAIPHY. s 9 umai a-u $eufl £BtISTO4.PORTS&ITS, which are pros ýZ; ý-js g aEnt6£rsa: See 8pccimehe in Vleetibule. 1 yB T -O SELECT ` ue~nua d Tim.'e Offioe, 4la~aog the_ "'QUiENS '-TIES"' is on Sale at . Missed' Whitehesad. . .. ' c. Fo. -wie. . . .. . ?B. G. ug se. t..i..... lame Bail. ............... -W. tandast. .. . . veaJ? . .... .... . Fo. ote. ......... Bryce. .r Y4. ....,, William Bird. ......... nr. J. Pocok. ......... Geo e. oall . r.. s. Joe. Woolley. .`;` ...' Mr. James Gibson ...,?.............. Geo. W. . rae. W , . . B r y c e h. ................. Mr. E. S. Thomas. w ................ M rs M'Laren. . ... ... Mi o A..Duncan. .... ......... Mrs. M. E. Brown. . e. rontzen. Mrs. A.eC.Worakey. .B.. George Ball. . Mrs. E. Ranson. MsA. C. Drake. oretow n ...... ..... Arthur May. Specae Adve.rtAeemente. Dr. STANDISH LIGHTOLLER I commence PRACT...

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Victoria. Melbourne, January 1. FEARFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Victoria. _Melbouine, Janusary 1 F1,ARFUL ACCIDPENT. George Davis, seaman, on the stea7u ship Ozone, yesteedlay, had both his legs severed below the knees, when that vessel was a short distante from Schnapper Point. He died later in the day. GOVERNOIR.GEN'ERAL'S DAUGHTER. Lady Honor Ward has made uninter- I rupted progress si?oe the operation for appendicitis was performed on. her on Mlonday last. The Governor-General (the Earl of Dudley) and the Countess of Dudly have bemen inform?d by. the doctor thait she now is convalescent. THE BRAYBROOK DISASTER. The cost to the tovernment of. the railway disaster at Baeybrook, on Easter Monday last, is £122,85ti. There are other accounts to. be ad justed, but the agergate amount mull not exceed £124.000. CHINAMEN PINED. The District Court yesterday dealt with ' summonses, which had be.n served on two Chinames, for alleged offences against a section of thie Gotld Buyers Act, in that gold had ,?wn shipped to China, in a box which was declared t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 1. BROKEN HILL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

INTER-STATE NEWS. tBy releqraph froni Our Correspondenta.) New South Wales. Sydney, January 1. BROKEN HILL MINE. Evidently the Broken 1ill Pro prietary Company does not intend to resumn operations for the present. Thi meQ'received their pay yesterday, and a number of penanent ..hands ' srm praid off. . BATHING ACCIDENT. Albert' Warren; aged 21, dlied at Taree yesterday, from injuries received throuph striking, a rocky, bottom v?iwn hathinglin a lagon . DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. At about 2 o'clock this morning. a fire broke out in a shopin Adelaide street, .Blaaney. The flames spread withl great rdtpidity,.ond soon ot?er shops were involved. Them is no fire brigado in the town, so efforts were made by hand\to extinguish the. fire, but before 3 o clock six shops hnd been burned to the ground. CHrNESE STOWAWAYS. It is believed that some Chines" stow aunys escalo-d ap a certain Aut.-aslia port, from fthe stealner Aldenlhni Cus' tins oflicials found. evidences yester day of Ihuian beines ha.ving...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Land Selection. THE YEAR'S RECOLD. 4,821,002 ACRES SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

\ Land Selection. TIlE .'EAR'S RECOTh?' 4.831.002 ACRES SM F nsome iays ago en the 'Ir?gl rapl" mention Was made that this year's selections would fx tit greatest on re easd. The figures now availuhlte prove the accuracy oa, the statement, l4 e haisec tese, added to the preriotk r ,trns, shows that for .h whole?.,s , the area selected was 4 2tpOO aeres; This, as already mentioned, us gent area selected in Queensland in onp year.

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West Australia. Perth, January 1. ARRIVAL OF THE ORMUZ. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

West Australia. Perth, JTanuafy 1. ARRIVAL OF THE ORMlUZ. The R.M.IS. Ormuzz, from London, arrived\ here yesterday with the fol lowing passengers for Brisbane :-Mrs. Ilenso'n an:d child, Misses Benson and Campbell, Messrs. Wilson, Campbell, Christison, Roberts'oi; Conochie, Cock bin, B?leson, Swain, and 144 in other classes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

G i ._ .. _ THE Pictures are beautiful little copies of three of the most popdlar pictures in the National Gallery. Of course, from a money value point of view, the calendars cannot be seriously regarded, but from an artistic point' of view, they are fine, and fit to hang tn any home. We send them out to Grocers free on the understanding that they give them away to their customers. As we have not this year had so many printid as in previous years, our supply will run out all thesooner, so the next time you are order ing anything from your Grocer, you had better ask him to give you one before they are all gone. Tim ROBUR TEA Co. ... ®J JAMs SERVICE 6L Co,, _P.S.-The No. I ____Grade Roburisnreal . good tea. It has, a r_' fine aroma,a delight . --.ful avour, and it goes further than any Ceylon or ordinary blended tea. What a grand family medicine Ayer's Sarsapa rilla isl Good for tho child, good for the par eut, good for the grand parent. Generst tion aftcr genera tion has t t used it....

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Poultry Notes. MARKETING OF POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Poultry Notes. MARKETING OF POULTRY. All birds should he starved for 24 hours before killin, in older that the crop and intestines may be emptied of food, according to a alleta issued b" the Board of Agriculture. A great amourt bf loss arises from neglect of this, precaution. They should be killed by dislocating tie neck just where it joins the head, unless the purchases wishes them to be killed in a sLecial way. Somd salesmen like thenm to le I lied by a k1nife passed through. the slot itn the roof of tihe modath, but this is re quired in only a few cases. Bleeooding is apt to spoil 'bh1 feathers and soil the packing, and this will reduce the price of the whole consignment. Dislocationt of the neck Lroperly pediormed results in the\breaking of the juglar vein, and the blood drains completely from the body veins into the neck. Birds should always be plucked wshile the body is still warm, as the feathers then come out more easily and there is, les danger of tearing tIhe skin. Pexcept...

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The Balkans. PESSIMISTIC FEELING IN BERLIN. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

The Balkans. PESSIMISTIC FEELING IN BERIIN. (By Cable Mfesage.) Londop, January 1. Great Britain has ecoepted .Austrias/ proposals for a preliminary ilabGnatioasa discussion of questions for submissionn to a European conksrenoe. A feeling of peaimir m prevails in ofB ciar circles in iBerlin, 4ing o tds telet thlat, sacrifices am?E expectd which AustrIa mill be unable to manke.

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Indian Honours. A LONG LIST. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

nn~ Flonpurs. A WANG, UBT '> (By UebIe Mýfessge.) London: ineua* 1. The Uist of Induah bhonours is .ovýB5o tion wftI the commeotoration of-- Thle 50t niversary of .roaotN6% a~tl ojui. tion of tb1 goveroinmeot f mii"1 a %r7 ony 1on e.

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Attack on French Premier. THE ASSAILANT ARRESTED. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Attack on french Premier. BY A COBSICAN nTrowrsr. THE 4SSARIAKT AHEtESTWD. , (By Cabl emeage.) Loo, Jueane 1y Blenedefu. Corat atotseyoatn Itii. grevemee Buawist the FrankOc ' G nei meat, fired fve shots Iron rb'asrer through the window oi tkB e ,%sbe' 3!. Clemenanue.the reht -PNeslier, was working. The shots tlelS to take effect. Demedetti was euteaqnenty arinata.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

NONE S' ?,.1washdothes but clean metal and woodwork well 'N"E S. 8 IT. Remedy for chitis, Pneumonia, thma & Consumption ed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, r Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief; and to those e, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation, I it neitlier allows a Cough nor Asthma to become chronic, nor Consump i' Coughs" have, op their first appearance, been properly treated with this at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete mists and Modigine Vendors, and by the Propriotor, W. . neAR .E, any Adrir?rss. whthn not obtainable locally. sland : EL LIOTT BROS., LTIITED, Eagle-street. Brisbane. 70 Why? IS SANDER & SONS' PIUIlE VOLA. TILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT su uer$or to any other Eucalypti Product? Because it is the result of full experl ence and of a special and careful process of sanufactnre. It is always safe, reliable, and effecti...

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[?]and of Cain. A VIVID ROMANCE OF THE ENGLISH COAL-MINES. CHAPTER XXX. GATHERING STORM CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

?j. E ' COALINES. . ros . . a., t 'eave~ne's Doube," Eta., Et ·.;,.GA STO4*ICLOUDS. ; C'TOs, tmas Day, 189-, . d Mosstos, Sdiodbyonce said ? ~ip ',one ' ' lin glass should tiioit B.i Bt: you: havedone i.inrow. it rests with 'me .to',e 6bhe11' compliment.i A13ut 's o -hista Eve I. ohen?ed you loitering in Milnesbor 'S just., opposite Postlet -'Hwi -Houses. .You were F, p that. iW alImost looked as wei 'di~sisted; andi it seemed tint ' you idn't. ant. to-be ed'.sot, a as the reason I t idto watch., S ha the: ,door at, the ' end I~& . row.i p~i, uand a unoman 'a j `te in J.,aoonrway, as if looling Specting somelbody. I hod * iees.iabt. efore, . for I know O~'2y-vs;ai'sa Lhave voniered ,ib coaild lie and what "Tt'asng -1in this quarter. Then ~S w oat across, the. cottage s you up, and, all my cur y' -arused; maeI up luy mind - 'i ow.long yod.tayed in.y thouih I forpt to' .time n-ame oirt. again.; . ut ii he im'tan'was with you, osly ? ,ei ou i noth irned i ieal, towards o ilnes ...

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