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

Mediral. DE J.Collis Brow'e's THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. The Most Valuable Medicine cvc discovered. The best known Rcmcdy for COUGHS, COLDS, Acts like a charm in DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY C CHOLERA. Effectually cuts short all attacks o: SPAS?S. Ch:c's and a-r:stl those too often fatal diseases-FLVER, L.GOU? a.d AGiE. The only pall!rt,ve ia NEU3ALLGIA, GOU. CIIEUMATI3't. Chlorodsylse is a iqt d tInacn ina dmos. graduanlrted accordln, to Iae malady. It invariably relieves pait of luhateuver k d; crc.?rs a ccal rraaeslciag slee : allays irritatlsio of tJe rnrvous scylen W'hegs all ahcr remedies fail: leaves no bad efectls; anrd cani be l?ken; wisol, ta olbser ncelidci; cana be toleraled. INSIST ON HAVING CONVINCING Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S ?of IL.D:CAL TESTIMON'? CHLORODYNE. DoWl WITH EACH HDOTTLE. The immense success ol this Rmcd d ass [iron n ise Sol1 Ld a'l CLemists. to manlyimitaions. Pracs in Eaglscl:a DE Il/it. 2/. 4/1O. N.B.--Evcry hbottle of Galnuie Chorodyn S Sole LLManufacturers...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Land Settlement. DISCONTENT AT BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Land Settlement. AIsCON'TIENT \T I'!*,:X. It is tilloi rsto fll . I i'..l It l ff I Ilcill if. 1 'a l r-w ;dI .llI1l11l?lZI".?. III;I:1 )i.,?l~ 'ill Lrrl I I.II l? :11 1111*\* I I. f a ,111 f 12)i s?. lhr f'Y all-l I , m lI il<t ll jlrl jll,' r l ,,l lIll w.,irf f ,1; ' 1S f I, t, i al ' eI'111 I P' i s'jI?' , , h11f UIf

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TESTING MILK BY FREEZING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

TESTING MILK BY FREEZING. SWe learn from the "Courier" that. nt Wednesday's sitting in Brisbane of the Australasian Association for tise advancement of science, Mr. J. B. ienderson, F.I.C., Government An alyst, Queensland, contrtnlted a paper on the freezing of milk as a means ,of. determining the addition of water. 31r. Henderson gave the results of manst' experiments, which went to show that no matter what the origin al composition of the milk might have been, if water had been " added, the Lquantity .of such water could he determined to within 1 per cent. Fig :rls were also given of the results obtained front . few herds of cattle where the original composition of the milk fell below the legal standard, blit on being put to the .freezing tiet it was clearly proved that t4se milnk did not contain any added wat er.. In all cases where samples of milli were taken lIy Queensland inspectors, the milk was subjected to the freze ing test, in addition to the prescribed ainalysis, althoug...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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QUEENSLAND BUTTER EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

QIUEENSLAND BUTTER EXPORT. The grading inspectors eatached to the Department of Agriculture for th. week ended 9th January examinec 7976 boxes of butter for export. Ofi this quanti.ty 698S boxes contained nalted butter, 650 boxes of unsalted, 14 boxes of tinned butter, and 320 boxes of pats.

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

TENDERS. Mr.. . Brackwell Gill, arcjitect, Quonusland Timer" Chambexrs, .y"s •te:day rooeived tenders for . relijp, painting, and paper-hanging in . eqp n"l-ien with a brielk Imilding it I?' s het'-.nrlstreet. Tihere were four over tIres-- lihoe of .lohn Callow, WilIs nId Mi lnnett. .ohn Whitth-ea:, tnd llndden-and they ranged frout. £44 e13s to .1ti I7, that of Mr. Jon!. Wfhilt.h.ad hoein aecenptd.

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WALL CALANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

WALL CALANDERS. ]rom Mnessrs. H. M. Scott and B1 ~. Snmth, le.w1eii, agents for 1s*-sees. Rolines and Church, insurance nadigen eral pgents, we are in 'receipt of a seat :wall-oalander issue? 'by the hl.tter for the . present year.-Mr. H. A. 'Cu?n~llbll, local. agent for the Cent?ld Fire Insurance Company, limlited, has Sent us a calander issued by the corn pany, whiph shows that' the assets of {he company exceed £11,00,O,00.-The Ipswich. agent' for the- Triton Insur anee Company, JVmited; My. T, 1). Lewis, has forwarded "us one of the "calanders preparel hb that company.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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TRAGEDY AT WOOLOOWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

TRAJGELDY AT WOOLOOWIN. :Shbost 11 o'clock on Wednesday night (says the " Telegraph"), the dead body of. Mr. P. W. Long, of late years well kmown in Brisbane as a commission agent and eshrebroker, was fourd in & room, at his residence, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin, with a cut in the thenat,. which, apliarently, was the cause of death.' The wound evident ly. was caused withl a knife, which ,as found near the body, and death seem c. to have taken place some time be fore the discovery was made. The body was removed to the hospital morgne for post-mortem examination purioses. Mrs. Long at present is on a visit to Sydney, but Mr. Long's two adns wer,. at home. Mr. Long formerly, resided at Ohirleville, where he was i2 1,usiness circles.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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LOAN FOR ROCKHAMPTON HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

NWAN FOR ROCKHAMPTON, HAR BOUR. A loan of £30,000, being the last instalment;' has been approved for the Rocklampton Harbour .Board, for the improvement of the Fitzroy River.

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EVADING PAYMENT OF RAIL FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

EVADING PA"MENT O0 RAIL FARE. Two. men named Tlibmas Maher and Alfred Taut were. presentbd in the City Police Court, Brisbane; yester day, on an information charging hem - with. having travelled in a rail way. struck between. Toowoomba and Brislkene without having paid their fate. Sub-Inspector - Carroll prose euted;i Both men, pleaded "Guilty." Mr. ? A. Holdsworth, superintendent of .mqtropolitan stations, stated that the men were edncealed beneath a tarpaulin on a waggon. They were dipcovpred at, Toowong, and infor mation- was sent to the .Roma-street statiit, where they were secured on the arrival of the train. Each of the men was fined £2, in default impris onment for one month.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Local Government. ANNUAL ELECTIONS. BUNDANBA AND BRASSALL SHIRES. CONTESTS IN BOTH SHIRES. OFFICIAL DECLARATIONS OF NOMINATIONS TO BE MADE AT NOON TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Local Government. ANNUAL ELECTIONS. BUNDANDIA AND BRASSALL SHIRL'3. CONTESTS IN BOTH SHIIRES. OFFICIAL. DECLAIATIONS OF NOMINATIONS TO BE MADE AT NOON TO-DAY. in so far as the Bundua.i a rmi Bras sail Shire Councils are cnc?ernl the annual elections have now I.am cuter od upon in cornest. Nominatims'wsers rcOjived at :toth oflics yesterday after noon, and the official declarations will be mads' at noon to-day. In the Ilun dectbl Shire Messrs. Hugh ?allt?t and EJzar John Foote. have 4ow eclected unolpposed for Nt§. 1. and 2 divis'ons respectively, whilst the xti.'ing coun cillor for No. 3 tivisicas (Cr. RI. Wat scn) is being ooposed Ly Mir; h1. .1. lollo.y, (r. fallatt ehas ,:s11 re elected, whilst Mr. Foote succe.dls Mr. John Itorthwick, also did net seek re-election. The date of the elcctisc in corwection with No. 3 division w'et be officially announced at the declara tion at noon to-day.. In the Brassall Shire Cr. Johnson has been re-electoed uropposed for No. I divison. ',.-,.I l...

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Hidden Vale Cattle, SALE ON WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Hi'den Vale Cattle, SALIE ON WEDNESDAY. 'A cl.aring-out sale of all thlie cattle on the well-knosin Bidden Yale 1E:' tate; nea' Grandchester, lately owned by Mr . A. J. Cotton, who intendl leaving for England, was held on Wodulcsday. Sores little, timue ago, the horses, which were a great feature of thu place, were sold. A fair number of Iuycrs' travelled by the early (,:rain from Is isbane, while others come by way of Toowooslba. Th' dorive out of Hiidden Vale showed that the coun try was looking iarched, and that them is gllat ne:d of rain. On reach inc the summit of a hill enteriig ith stlation ipropr, a Ficturesque s-sens was unfolded, and in the foregrounl could 1.. noticedl a large area of flats. Thlle u:olritiv of tile rattle offered at the sale were stud shorthorns, chiefly selectedl from the herds at Gigoonlmgun and Gordon Erook. They showon good bracting, while tlhe youngm stocl at foat appeared to advantat. Though the dry spellc had Lien felt in the district the cattle we...

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

BUTTER MAIIET. Th3 Silverwool Dairy Co. Ltd., quote butter at lid per lb. The Downs Co-operative Dairy Co. quote butter at 1i llr lb.

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TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

TOOWOOMRBA PKRODUCE "IARKET. "D.D. flGaettP" Oflice. Wedn?,'day Evening. Business in produce cirles to-day was netive, and the supply forwarde was e:lual to the demand. Prices re inin.d unihaian?Iy, anll the following are ruling wholesale quotations pay able to fa riri and producers Ly imer chants (iags and h:ales in) : Maize : Is 10d to 3s lid per bushel (market firm), big demand. Butter.-Factory, 10id, farmcrs', Sd to 9d per lb. Egs.-e-Ordicary Od, new-laid 10d per dozen. Bacon 9)d plr lb. Flour: £9 10s per ton. Bran: £5 i Pollard, £5 10s. C.hrost-Factcry, large, 5Bd, loa!, 6fd. Potatoes: Whiteskins, and secon] quality, £1 to £5; prime Brownills, £5 10s to £6 10s. Onions.-Locals (Eoft), £5 to £6; New Victorian, £6 to £7. Chaff.--ixed, common, 43 to £3 Os ; special, £4 to £4 10s. Whalten, new, local, £4 to £4 .10s. Oatn, new season's, £4 10s to £5. Lucerne, cut from the stack, £4 to £4 10s; prime, dry, green, and leafy, £5 15s to £6. Hay.-Lucerne, prime, £1 5s. Luocrne Seed.-Locnl,...

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Brassall Shire. CR. T. JOHNSON RE-ELECTED. MR. A. E. DREDGE RETURNED. CR. J. VIDERONI OPPOSED BY MR. T. SHERLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Brassall Shire. CIt. T. JOIINSON RE-ELECTED). 31R. A. E. DREDGE RETURNED. CR. J. VIDEROLE N OPPOSED BY M1R. T1. SHERLOCK. C'r. . ' 1. Crameron-, oho is return in -oficer for thle Brassall Shire Caolur cil eirt-lionsm attsndo-d sit thI, oflie, \yes tilrd-y afernoon. onsll 1-v 4 i'cock had receivad the following nonlins tious : Nio. 1 D)ivision. Thomiis .lJohnson, o Tlivoli, nsmin:if .zd lv (. C. Cameron, 11. 'Poiimer, it, ('. J lti, W . It..llle., S. . (I|.3: , .1. G. Woods, N. Woo( s, T. Spowart. T. 'A. 'Taylor, 1-, PoL wr. l 0..Wihyt e, GeorgU W-hytt,i II. hWilson. If. Tallon, ?lnry lune "ITallon, W. Woods, S. C. 'T'llon, Glinh dth A. Wright, Eliesiiidiieth lrighit, A. -e-rier, a?d W1, Ilastie. No 2 Division. Jlohn Vidoroni, of ]'iIn Mioirtain, nominated Ln y James Summnerville, I'. II. l]arris, S. MarshIl J, J. Hayes, '. J. Smith, F. W. Ironmonger, W. 11. I inrhllilf, 11. (Gooduir, .1. i'unbrisdi , It. Hirun, 1. l'Cofr. o-,a, W. Stnd, fasi., IW. Woods? , 1'. 1. St-epllln, 1' C. PI...

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BUNDANBA SHIRE. CR. H. HALLETT RE-ELECTED. MR. E. J. FOOTE RETURNED UNOPPOSED. CR. RICHARD WATSON OPPOSED BY MR. M. J. MOLLOY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

IU.VJI)ANBA MIIE. CR. H. IALLE'T ' .RE-ELECTED. MR. E. J. FOtT'rlE RETURNED UN OPPOSED. ClF. RTCU ARI) WATSON OPPC:3ED BY 311. NI. J. MOLLOY. The returning-oflicer for the Bun da?ta Shire Council (Cr. C. C. Cam [ron, Chairman).. attended at the shi:e otllie, "Queensland Tiines' cham I-.rs, until 4 p.m., vesaerday, at which timi he had received the followin. ncminations : DIVISION NO. 1. lugh Ilalletl, nominates:l y B. Mad igan, J. Machin, Il'a~h Welsh, Geor;e Hanson, F. Buglar, J. C. DI)coa:r, J. Run?:l1, E. J. Harding. Toaert Fcn wick, 'Win. Elliott, 'n-nry 1awyer, Richard White. C. Mack, C. Sauei, D. Sauer. W. G. .ivermore, J. T. Golds brough, and Thos. WTst. D)IVISION NO. 2. Efdgar John ]noote, nominate.d by J'. W. Lobelcy, Jas. \'hyte, Jas. Giv en, II. M. Scott. L. Slattery, J. T. Barrett, ar:c P. Earrett. DIVISION NO. 3. Rilhard Watscn, nominatd i-y E. J. Easton, J. A. Born, T. J. Geortz, J. H. Fot, W. . N. Foate, It. H. lmwis, '. L. Calr:low, Eliza-beth Foot., Wnaltr Jrya; , G...

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Our Toogoolawah Letter. ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Our Toogoolawab Letter. - :o:,? (From Our Ossn Ccrrespondulnt.) ACCIDENTS. A HIsiOUnos aCneLi.ttt haplnOlEd here on Tu.esday ottertnom n1 iMr. V. .1i. Hlill, nnt:|t'r, of thbs toilihtp. in comnyogot otf .)i sln L:e ?w?as driving rattJe on-t to ]vnry's Cr?t.ri, nld when nearly at tho jnurnley' lnd, iMr. Hill disnmufolnt anld |is son went on. ?1ShicJI Te-mnounting ir. li'l'ls horse, whlrich 'a-s a younlt one, iltnmied to one side, the consta.lulctC 'lte ing blhat the t'ftortOtote Inns) canoe down no the off site on to his hlead, cnosing, it is tean.od, a Ilactlll'te. lie is Ualso te' 'ihly hcotise? )0 0 stt the shool tiers. W?t0 . toish ti'b, neial Fred] . slpeelY retotecy, otni, sa Ito io'ssiin' otteo.tl 10 t y itc. 1. Sftwanlt'. toe is ill gotn.l IhnIvs.-?'-s. tito a scions onetic. nit line taorodtye J).1 oll so ttt'i, g, 11)0II,1 III 1,',?iilt 11s1oot t o lil ' I' ' I',I - into o l' e Itt '? oIt io dosloe :one.. shpping, aln,, ,.hen "etu'n~ing horne Io.t lt ," of..1 'It vahcle i ll...

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Federal Matters. Melbourne, January 11. COST OF IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Federal Matters. •Melhourne, .lanuary 11. CfST OF IMMIIRIrATION. A return ll which has,i Ln prepared hv lI' Idetral Treasury shoerss that h: - wrn. (th.' years 1t75 'and l(190 New Southh Wales spent .£35,7S9 out of loanl tloitey, and £745,31S out of re venue on imtimigration. During the same period Qui enslind spent £i,0 i, 320 out . of loan money, £697,317 out of rev\nue: South Australia, £627, 2,11 (sll ,uit of reoeiue) : Victoris only spent £33:30. From Ist January, 1.01, wlhen Federation was cst~.ll.i'hel, up to last eyour. Queensland spent £LI 2I,.'.A fhr itlt irtll tionl ltitrp)s:i, NeTs South Wales £21,131, Wes.t Aus trala £16,877 whilst the Corn.mon wealth expended £5609; Victoria spnat £745. ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA. Brigadier Perry, of tlhe Salvation Army,, hiael an illntrview wilth the.flirn ister for External Affairs on the gucos tiet of advertising Australia, Sly tnIas of tole citasnreato-raph. lie poInt id ount lhat the Army slid a lot of cinlantatc.g'ol:h work, cnd ithAt...

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Milk Standards [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Milk Standards Tn his ipair on Mil' 'Standlard, dc livernd in sth agricultural secticn in cclllccticn 'thb the sitt'in- col the Austlrnlasian Associct.,on for lh.e Al lnlrlelmint ciT Sciner.c, n:cc d.cci hol·d in jlrisbcne, Shr. iI. A. O(talaugt.an (New South Wales dairy experts) clnm mentcl ci the dilliculty expleri. 'nc:d *.n the chemical analysis oft tiou such not ling und.i I tood iy the t1r51,'. ie nmay 1not understald the i:ais" frcm whichl tihe analyst .drew his conl clusions, ?;nd resent being told clcat the anilk rcintains ai wacided cscantity ot w'rter. It hould te pointed i out i suDch a ca.se that Te milk do:es inct racah thc rel ired stalndlari., a.id the problec causes of the dclici,.ney expllained. It ic imnportant tfirst tat dclmd ol.chocll ie Jixed, anid it is opal ly imporutant tchat they slhould "not cll.y hli equCcitall:e ,cuit soriLabile. The i.rincl?fcl point toakn .Ic the sp.o.ker was .the necessity tsr il\'stiiatson cn the ncni-fatty solids of imcl as 'pro ld...

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Victoria. Melbourne, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Victoria. l7lbourýn.ie, January 13. As a result of smsuthing less than 18 months' work, the l:censing ?lducb:on Board, working under thle r.w IAcensing Act, has lclses, in rouo nllumbnrs. 2-03 lotels n te cot r £100,000, the a:der ng, IaymeontL In.le in respecL to each hotel bh::n about £E3. T'hose closnd inst yerr varied frogm -£C to £2331.

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LOWOOD TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

LOWOOD TRAIN SERVICE. Our Lo-oodJ 'correspodet.t writes as follows ueaer date of lhe 13th - n stant :-A meeting f 'members ". the deputation, 'lwho will sait onthe Comin missione fr for ailys wit+hr d ;to the present "train seeviee, was held -in the School of AYts on Tues Ay even. ing last. Thbrb were present .--Viesse A. L. Hertwick and J. Bischoff (Rill side Progies Associdtn), Mr... 1. PF Lyon Ilowood Progress. Aessooik tion),. fr. E.?K Mihel'(repfeesentins I, Siemon and Stns, -Ipiwich), i~r.. !O,?. Sakrewsai (relqreseatifr Iars.r 4. Laidlaw and ýCo,; Briobaee), and :ir. C, H.D-.D. Lindema (rprepresentig fowes ?Bros ;.and Co ,i;Bisbase). Apg logies.,for. absence were receivd. from Colonel. Flewell-9ltithh :'(Looo - Pi. gresh Association) ai Mrb: . . F. J. Neuendorr (JvJadcksoli and ()i's ea 't* Mr. Ec, Michel was voted to ;the chair, and Mr. :0 T.. Sakreewski wAe. . aip pointed .eeretary. -.he secretary +aM instructed to waritas to Mrr."WP. Soen erset, M.L.A., and ask thadi gntle...

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