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INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 14. THE STEAMER CARUAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

INTER STATE NEWS, (ly Telrepfh . ram Oue CorCi nOPHlOOL .) NleW South 'Wales. 'Syddn ? fy, .liiXUAt 14. , THF- STEAM??It C4UAJl... E Tnn steatoe:" aruali; - which w 't Sashore nt 'Stockton I?a?Li, 'aor ly on 'ie'dne' 'y tmornuhl, stall : reqv ins fast Pne d lcd "in At' sand: 'An effort will ,'e nhide at th i iet flood tide .to tlift the .toea er (roan ikr prtn t rtestinv 'lace to dp waitr:. Those in charge ci the - salvage ao?ations are hoi;tful that -tho voss loatill 'e re-floated in a short : tom ai . em u nflouralet weather con i? tion's set in. So.far no-apparent damage hs.s .i:een sustain,:d lby the .' stren.i'r.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Butter Production. EXPORT FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Butter Production, EXPOIR M .I 11R 1DECEMBE1R. The Unrler-Seeretdar for Agriculture i (Mr. E. G. Scrivin) ha1 bud pripamrd a report which shows that, during. Dk comber, 92,2 5 toxes otr'553 . toims of :utter were iklborted fromn Queenslana ta over-sea coiuitries. Tlie value was comipntted at £-I3,·21. 'the uitter was exported ino 'he United Kingdom, South Aftica' Bonaotig,-a " Japan, China, Ceyl ,' h Ihilippaw " '-Canada, anid .to othr plances. he incterStater transfers arg iut tavailableh ihnusn, ac cording to the. Comnirivoeaslth sys team. of 1 oon-k heing, s?ito hap.~ta ind Querenland, so inr as intin-Sr-Etr trade is concerned, has to .ieC obtaiined (from Melbo trna

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Immigrants Brisbane, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

More I.lmmigrants 1Y THE SI' .A' SEIR ORzMUZ. (By Telegraph l o? Our Correspondent.) BrisbaneT Ta'o'aii °14.' . By tale steamer Ormuz ., which arrived, to-day, from Lon?domi thre cmine 120 ion inidarants for Queroslnnd. - They consist of i7 mnarried men,. 21 married women, 51 single ?lon, '2'"siogle eWoman; and 41 rhdLden' I?tween tle ages of on 'a?d 14. years. .. .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Electoral Laws. STATE AND FEDERAL SYSTEMS Melbourne, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

ElectoralLaws -. STAT'E ANI) FEiI)E IFL .-',. (By T').h'l'lh from.l)hir tCor'tpolotulent.) M1 I ournl .laniuary 14. A report by the Chief E'lectoral iOf fiear (MIr. (Gliban). wltich th" nliistrlr for lion Altsir;. (Mr. , lkthon) has forwardird .ito ti.State' i'neiss, shows ?ow h.- States could u!alJV ICo ll "i y .t aind the (C'ounic'\Cslthl £f00II a ~elar by l tli adptiec of na unfor'n lnctoraul ,ysi?n? :

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

FORECASTS. IHest Australia.-Generally fine and warm to hot inland, with cooler condi tions and south-westerly wind set ting in over the south-western dis tricts. South Australia.-Fine, with south east to cast and north-east winds and, riuing temperatures. Queensland.--Cloudy, unsettled, and disturbed weoather over all the eastern parts of the central and northern di visions, with rain, but becoming finer over the westera lialf of the peninsula stormy, rough, sand south-east gale on tihe coast cyclonic disturbance mov ing down the north-cast coast;. cloudy in the south-east, with showers. New South Wales:--Cloudv alone_, the coast and in parts of the highlands with some scattered.showers and south winds: fine inland, with rising tem peratures. Victoria.-Fine, generally cloudy at parts of thb soutlhern districts, with here and there a shower nsiar the coast : south-west to south-east winds. V'asmnnia.--A few scnattered showers, otherwise fine and cool, with clouds at tines, gud sliuth...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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The Weather. SYNOPSIS FOR QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

The Weather. --: o:- SYNOPSIS FOIR QUEENSLAND. The following synopsis of the wea ther of Queensland was issued iii Brisbane ;csterday : Ovdrcast skies and thistening con ditions throughout the iastsln hasit of tile northern and central divisions, and also along the southern seaboasd : v'sy unsettled to showery or, raining, in all coastal districts between Tooces Straits and the tropics, especially l:ctwetOn Princess Charlotte Bay and Townsville with variable winds, blowing strong and squally, and with the force of u fresh gale in the neighbourhood of Cooktown. Fine in other parts, with clear skies or very light cloud areas under light south-east to east winds. D]hring the last 24.hours, stormy con ditions have been experienced over Cape York Peninsula, and along the far northern coast and very heavy rasiu, nceom~anied by st'rong usualls, has fal len. particularly between Cardwell and Tories Straits the mnaxiasume amount re ported for the period is 12.Mdin at Kur anda, other large fa...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Iailway Tim 3-Table. - :o:o ins sill run in sc .".jsdss with the i.::; tim"-tbl·l e: :?INSlANlN.lPiW1tfH LINE. ;.av Arrive Leave Arrive i wich. riharne. llrisbane. Isewich. .m. a. , a.m. a m. 7.0 8.14 6.85 7.65 7.50 8.58 7.16 8.25 9.25 10.39 j57.50 8.88 p.m. 10.6 11.25 11.14 12.23 p.m. p.m. p.m. 12 80 1.46 *12.55 2.9 2.30 8.46 t1.10 2.25 2.55 3.53 '2.20 8.8 4.40 5.49 ±2.50 4.5 '5.20 6;25 4.16 5.29 46.0 7.5 5.6 6.12 6.15 780 .S20 7.40 8.0 9.15 8:,165 9.5. 10.30 11.45 8.23 9.85 am. 9.6 10.5 11.10 1226 10.0 11.14 'Except Saturday. fSaturday only. $jSydney Mail Train. 'SUNDAYS ONILY: Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Upswich Brisbane. Brisbane. Ipswich." a.m. an.m. a.m. am. 7.86 8.55 6.50 8.0 9.20 10.40 {t7.50 8 98 9.10 10.80 pm. p.m. p.m.. p.m. 12.55 2.15 2.4:56 4.6 7.45 9.5? $5.85 7.0 tt8.25 9.15 6.6 7.2d 9.12 1020 9.15 10.83 itSydney Mail Train. 4$Toowoomba goods train with paenger carriages attached. Pares.-Ipswich to Brisbane-Retun First-class, 68; aseoond-olass, 4s.. Single, First-olasas,...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Jack London. FAMOUS NOVELIST INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Jack London. -:o: FAMOUS NOVELIST INTERVIEWED. Many mnont's ago (says the hMelblounio 'Alg s" iof the 11'th iistalt) Jack Lan don, ith flemous iovelist, ?At out 'with ;Ai wB:e., a Japanese cook, a Ja.paless al;ln-;so.v. tald two T'?iAtlian ailor's, in a lit?w s sssl oalled til? Snark. llis plan vao to tour all over the world, to tutrmp JdtUL in Irls ocean yucht, calling at all *crts of htrange places, ar.l sreillg alL th tramipl things there were tlo, 1a wer . IHe eachell the Solomon Islanmkds, qiiut mith n:~l'ven:ture a-ld silcklilss, orld finally ibulailtiod ils whlole sonicsee. Ho cateu on o Sydney, an.i. tholugl st'll sulTering from ibinets., dciri:d to isn Aanstralia. und s'vw Nealancl ofsore rtunt'ing to Iis Ca e:ornilll hIonie to rccuperate. ?la racheld Mo'botr::e :i Satuopay, mid will l-?ve 'or IlClhart onr Weo!nsday. The Slnark is orn l:r way to 83d'ey, wliere she will ý:e i0-1. "'Why did I call lher the Snark 7" sad lork L.andon,. yesterday, ?ith a smile "alter Ircs Ca?rro...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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"Father John" LEAVES £200,000. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

"Father John" .LlA\ ES £2110(,000. (B~y Cable M~'ssage.) , I.loydon, ·Jnuary I1:( T'h?, lhate ":tnth-.r .hn)" )'f Kron .stl..JIl Jt £2l?l01.0)O. Jil; liib)lrlry wO l]]d ll!lll( illo UlllbJIIt lnW with ha0 ln t lln lllr ipiwij o I , fo un I nuI , ll 4 .1 1 II e ifl t. which hlid ?on uho?'red ?p?n the do?m'jiIieniltt to 'onettI'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Special Advertieement. Why! Why! WhIy is the. "0 R IEN TAL" GOLDEN TIP8 TEA SO POPULAR IN THOUSANDS OF QUEENSLAND HOMES ? I. BECAUSE it is Mountain-grown CEYLON TEA of wonderful richness and delicacy of flavour. 2. BECAUSE its Invigorating and Refreshing Qualities render it pre-eminently THE Tea forQueensland 3. BECAUSE it is more economical than ordinary Teas OBTAINABLE FROM ALL GROCERS AND STOREKEEPERS 1s. 60. - PER LB. - 1s. 60. F. A WHITEHEAD Photographer, _ BRISBANE-STREET. ALL THAT IS NEWEST AND BEST IN HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. YEZ sapecialy recommend cur Beautiful-ARISTO PORTRITS, which are prcof WV against insects. See Specimens in Vestibu e. 17 , nam m m mm im? n m ll mm m m (ESTABLISHED 1869.) Reed's Furnishing House Special Christmas!Furniture. IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT . FROM. `"HE EST 'VALUE INTBE CITY FOR L CASH OR TIME PAYMSNT. ADDRESS :- Adjoining."Queensland Times" Ofice., BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH. 27 I . On Sale Id. -4- pMHE Daily Issue of the "QUEENS. LAND TIMES" is ...

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San Francisco "Grafters." THE SHOOTING OF HENEY. EXTRAORDINARY SERIES OF CRIMES. San Francisco, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

San Francisco "Grafters."( THE SHOOTING OF HENEY. EXTRAORDINARY SERIES OF CRIMES'. San Francisco, November 20. The attempted assassination of Fran cis J. Heney, the great prosecutor of Governnment and municipal corrunp tionists, marke?d the climax of us ex traordinary a serics of crimes as ever stained th1 annols of a cililisol city. Ever since. leney exposed the bribe-givers and bribe-takers of San Francisco, and secured the indictment of men high in :business and social standing, lawlessness and violence, di rected to the endeavour to save the criminals from conviction, have been rampant. Tnhe spiriting away of in: portent .witnesses, the ' bribery of others, the 'bibibery of jurors, the kid napping of men inspoirtant to tihe pro secution, the dynamiting of the laome of the most important witness of all, and now at last the attemplted mur der of the mans whose indomitable spirit has dominated add infornme' the entire campaign, are some of the steps to which the desperate boidy kno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

FOR THE MONEY SOVEREIGN TEA HAS NO SUPERIOR. iIt Is a High-Class Pure British Grown Ceylon Tea. ALWAYs RELIABLE. ALWAYS UNIFORM?.I AND THE COST '1 1/6 EVERYWHERE. ADVICE TO MOT:HERS ! -Are you broken in your rost by a shck child suf fering g jttl the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist, and ot a bhot tle of Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieoe the poor sufferer immedlo tely. It is perfectly harmless, and pleasant to toste. It produces natu ral, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub nwakes .',as bright as a button." It soothes the child. It softens the gumsn alloys all pai:, relieves wind, reaulntes the bowels. and is the .?est known remedy folr dyseel tery and diarrhom, whether nrising from teehing or other eauses. Mrs. Widnslow's Soolhindg Syrup is Sold by Metdicine )menl erS everye'here.' 1?3 I'm the Robur Tea Girl. There's nothing nicer or better for you than a cup of Robur Tea-make it fresh put milk or cream in it (and sugar, f...

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Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Costiveness. PIE? CAUSE OF MUCH SUPFFEING. T'o maintain a healthy system the jowels should operate at least olco every 14 hours. 'il:hs is one of Nabure's pro tislons, which is too often ignored, and :he result is untold suffering. Woment are .he greatest offenders, but sooner or later ;hey must pay the penalty. Miany weo nSn's ailments are due to the straining and purging, following upon habitual :onstipation, and in many cases displace noet of the pelvic organs may be at .ributed to the saume cause. "For several years Imy trouble has been habitual Constipation," writes Mirs. 1M. Turgess, lenham-street, IRockhampton. "I tried many kinds of medicine, botht doc nrs' prescilptions altd advertised roume lies, but it was not until using Dr. Mtorse's Indian Ioot Pills that I really found a mild Lad gentle lnxative, thor ou??lly effective, and with JoisLing re saults. I still take the Pills occasional y., and have the utmost faith in their sedleinal properties." Nature often re-lifies a l...

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Crime in Tennesse FEDERAL SENATOR MURDERED. ATROCITY BY NIGHT-RIDERS. San Francisco, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Crime in Tennesse FEDERAL SENATOR MURDERED. ATROCITY BY NIGHT-RIUDES. San Francisco, Novvouber 20. The State of TinnIcss.e is just now tlihe horrible example, of Amttvicb law Jcsstlns.n. The murder of ex-Senatot I'dwardn W. Cannack' oin tlU streets of Nashville,' TeniesAsee, was as U:inous a crime as the i:rutal attack of ]Hnny in a Sani Fraunis"o court-rioom. Thi, ri cent ssva'r' 'raid of tinv night-riders at R'elfoat Lalke, in tllh saiie state, re sulting in thle nurder of Captain Queo til RaInltkin., vitprrcnli.int attorl?n?, wNc a anothl?r cexlrnmb examiple, of 'lth organ iso:l lawl''smness toletatkd in TenIIIssa-. "Our own TillleneSe anll- tile beautiful soutliland, wiher thle puinest anl: best strain oof the Auglo-Saxons blmo(' flows tllrouLln the ' en;'of her l:eoile, is mortilied and hItniliatd l)y - thLese aw ful crimlls." t'dcliuare a judge in in. flated wor:ds : but it is very doubtful if tihe niiict-riders will be capittuttI a and puniilhed. T'ie ilwartlr of Ca nlsck, a ...

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ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. Brisbane, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

ENOCGERA FAT STOCK. SALEB. (Ily Telegraplh from Our CorreePolndeur.) Bris?tme, Jnruary -14: As u.tlicipated the!re aaas eoa xegtirt ally Ilrgre supply of srhelp at 45i r.wnily srt .k sales at Ernoggera, pead *rale 1widtflu :lng thaut , e attendanu e a '~ as one of. t?e ang-t au on record, requireumentswere nicou uirderably excerled. lton sales opruned in a dull nrtn-let, and tLhodtgh in oin-aor two insta ures vatlues were rn roi t . julal or those of last iL1k the av'ernT.gel,rleo s:lowed u decli;ne of fut?ru r to 3':a. real: Slaep sold's o ndioes -:Half uur1ralnrd ernue INclu kewrues O id rto 9 nd; hitlt woullrd nuerirnat-thers, int tI to-lou drd; whort.-wuooledellaniuo elthers, 3s 9d to Ils ld :; slhorn meriu nrtherri r S98 3d 1o0 is ltdr; orilrlled ireeano wUetdnes. i-us 91 to i.1is :t d;.shoirn coure 'fich ,e'~ahers Ta m H Iq shont nunoollAed ser tin ewes, us rid tro an; ulhrr merino wesa, de 'CdI to is A til; ImaI 'oolled nerinn e t rs. tar 1 sI t ;f l .rwootiled rerifnr esrer ...

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To Our Subscribers and Others LIST OF DISTRIBUTING AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

To Our Subsc.ibei.s thd Others LIST OF DISTRIBUTING AGENTS, Subscribers, who so desire it, will be enabled . to obtain their copies "of the "Queensland Times" by calliig on the persons whose names uand 'addresses are given below, to whom the lpapers will be consigned 'iti bulk, The haige per quarter on copies of this newspaper a( forwarded,, will be Os 'Gdi. Posxad di rect to Subscribers the charge "is ;t •pr quarter.. ABnherlej; ...:....... E. Whiter ..: r: Aithony .....,...;Gj. Alford Asbwerl ................ W. Croston . Siarna :.: ..........:.L. Lewis. Clackbutt ............. I i Sutton. Blen?eim ............... . Grehan. BlenlhidA (Sandy , Creek) .............J J. .Hughes. Brightviead ......W. J..BeSnnett. nBuaburra ............eo. -Jolsog. : Caff' ............LT,. Ryan, Calsert ............. . Shakey . Carney' Creek ...... A.J. T. 'Ray. Coal Creek ............ C; Clifford. Coleyville .........,... A F -Scimidt. College View ..........Becividg Office. Coominya ............. .; ...

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A CASE OF GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

A. CASE 01' (1APE\.N'" 11r. 'hav'. 1 fi ":cill from Mr. Il. II. J'owt.'r, if NithImas-d ~.,.. a case of line laIIe gni p. 'Ilaey. are fruI, l ii thie vi ad of Maaissr- ].rLuff Bros., in Lth Coorniiy;,a disatrwt, Stlll e3 . lc 532ol 111 1tiaich has icomei j1311 - out litn a g*ri1n-podiilcer. Tlb' it~i riLe: nIl larig. well-iipsawl, aind li e' 111j-ia fuel. they at r l im'. 11fly il a.jlclufy dL' nett in this bu t, cathrr.

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COAL RESEARCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

COAL RIESEARC]HES. nir. Marks, As.istantit-Goveriunent Geologist,. is conductilg exhnustivc ex periments to test the value of cOid measures in the All?rt and Logan dis tricts. The experiments will take some, months to complete, as the district is said to 1.e very rich in coal and kero sine shale measurcs.

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BUTTER EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

BUTTER EXPORT. The. number of boxes of butter ex amined h.y the Government graders during .the week ended 9th January, was as follows :--Salted, 6988 boxesI ar-salted, 656 boxes ;t ins, 1?4 casess pats, 3:20 boxes; total,, 7976 pack ages.

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INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 14. A CRICKET MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

INTER-STATE NEWS. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondents.) New South Wales. Sydney, .oanary 14. A CIITCKET IMAnTTEII. Severnl of the cr ekelers hlave informed their respective associations that they s?gceJ a rlu'est for a rolelecc?a v'lhl tlie lounld l f Control cunler a wronug impres sion, and if selecited for inclusion in th1d tnanl to tour England these players say they will agrea to the terms proposol by the board. FATAL RESUI.T 01' A FIGHT A iLockhlr"t resident colliapsed alter a fight witih another hbus'u ss cann of the district and.subsoluoently explroJ. POSITION OF TIlE lIOSEDALE. The Hosedale nlow is high and dry on theo beaclh mlar Bellinger Heads, and clul lock teams are engaged in removing cbyr cargo.' The sea is cmoderating, nod there is every hope of saving thp vessel. qugs? are expllted to arrive here to-day. A TRUCK QUESTION. A deputatcon frost the fat stock agents to the Chie Commissioner protested against the .depattment's decision not to refund the delposits on t;o...

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