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SOCIAL AT GOODNA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

SOCIAL . AT .GOODNA. A h:ight social, gathering to cele nate thle anniversary of the- Gioodne Metllodist Church took place in the Church on Tuesday evening, last (writes our cor.espondent). 'Anong those pre ?:nt ire the ?Rev. w:. H. Greenwood and Cr. T. Burgess (Purga Shire Council), the latter presiding and prov inn to Tm- the right man in the right place. The treasurer (Mr. F. Pal mr) roead his report, which showed that the only aebt of the Church anmounted to 2s. 2d. The report of ,ti secrctary (Mr. J. H. Richardson) had a satisfactory tone, although a note of regret was. sounded i?hen reference was made of the death of the late Mrs. Gilby, a pioneer member of the Church. After devotional exercises had, been engaged in the following pro graenme sins suemitted :-Anibhem, choir; Chairman's address ; anthen by choir: 'duet, IMr. Jenklins and Mrs. W', .1. Haugihton.;. -recitation, Master Alf. Leslie: choir selection; recitation, Mr,. Ru;:liton; eddress -y-the. Rev. W. H. . Grenwood ;...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
NEW PARISH OF BOONAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

NEW PARISH 01 BOONA- . A meeting of delegat"es, repŽsent ig Iloonatl and Htarrisville resl cctOelY, was held at Harrisville on . a$udlay morning lasnt for. the purpose of ffm ally deciding upoal. the dividing-line hi tvein the Anglican Cfturch:phtrish .of larrisville ndl, th proposed ,nbt par ish of Boonah. The Archbishop (Dr. Donaldson) firesldixd, and the Rev:. IS. ila.ga~aBy, B.A., was also present. The following were the delegates :-Messrs. G. T. Bell. H. L. Bsowman, S. Dov er, asld B. T. 3lUrray-TPior, rtlape senting Bodnah; and Messrs. J~d. t-hamiel; W. Ilratmnt. T. IPhsllig?,' atd I.. Rahcl?le. rrlneenting PhFrrisvill . The following dividing-lir? was w anam mouily agreed mupon :--" Starting fronm C('unnintghnmt's Gap, following the War wich-road . as ar as Sandy treek, thfence along the Moogerah-road to tia watershelu between the Teeiot Brook, anl Warrill Creek, following the Wtat -rh?led north-easterly as far as lftdkle's Cortner thence by a line due ,aot to athe, Teviot Br...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Claim for Board and Lodging. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Claim for Board and Lodg inn. ý:o: Yesterday ntorning , at thOn Ipswlilh Small Debts Court, before the Poli'e Magistrate (Mr. C. A. 31. Morris), Mlinnia Taff sought tl, recover £2 1la from Madam Greenwood, allegl to i 'r adlm as board and lodilging provik:l for Mr. and Mrs. Kanter. Mr. W. 11. Snuommerille nL)Iipare for tihe plaintiff. )n'f.'aldaont dmede' hr" inndeb tehdnss, sla - ing ?ithat Flo mande no contlroet what ever with plainitiff for l:noard anl hltlging. Minia'i Ttff, the plaintiff, statnd that shla l??eltt ioart'ding-lousa e. in '.',ll street. MIer. Greenwood cane to her, and arrangnrl. on "'llmhali of hlis an1otlaI'r (tihe d(feieatnt), for board and lode iai. fo Mr. and. Mrs. Ko'itei, Mrs. ia;r.aanwaood's Cnalghter:, and soin-in-lnaw. By the Policea Maistrate : I ag?'nead aith Mli. tireenwood to put 'i> seven or eight lpersons if ancessary. I spilli', to Mrl. Katinter oaarot paying for his ibo:d and i?aad ing, but he said Alrs. caniwool would lpay the ainitaint. By D...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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BURNS-JOHNSON PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

BURNS-JOfNSON PICTURES. The pictures representing the Burns Jolmson contest, which are at present attracting crowded houses nightly .at his Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, .,,are to be shown under the sole direttice' of Mr. Edward Carroll; in the Towp Hall in. this sity, on Mionday nigt next. The lihn, it is stated, is ve?y comprehensive, and embraces all ti? features of interest before and alter the contest. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson ??-. first seen at Botany-the former hall-punching and sparring with .Jbs Grimnnm' and others, and pictures will be exhibited showing his strength-tests and nluscle-posing.' Ir. and Mrs. Bl ras are ter. introduced at iedlidw ltb, Blue Mountains, where Burnai is shomni performing feats of high-diving, swim ming,. and bther trainirg exercistg . Then follows the opeiing of.hae bot plan, the crowds outside anr in the Studium, and {be .abtualoantest bf 1t rounds. The film is very ligl'iy spo3 en of by the Brisbane Press, ani has been ,declared,to.,be absolutely. th...

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

PERSONAL. -0-: o:-- The followhiii gentliiman have lisi appointed to not with ,te S.Irvyer General (DIr. A. A. .Sowers) as n:em hers of the surveyors' hoard : Messrs. Jfrederiek. JchIl ChaIlton and Frank B. Campbell Ford, staff surveyors : and. Charles 11.; Baird and ' Joseph Hlazgroaves, authoriSdd surveyors. At the conclusion of. the cadet oflk rers' camp bf instruction at $outhport. the. mem?ers of No. 2 company, met ttodo lionlour to hlici ?i?louis "?l1 penial instrauctor. .ergeant-?Majorc Moore. The gathering took the form of n smoke concert, and Lieutenant JT. Camnphill, on Ibehalf.of No. 2, in an appropriate speech, presented to Ser scant-lnMajor Moore a silber-mo1unted set of military hair bruslhes, as a token of their appreciation of his work amongst them, and also Ifo) his able coaching in the field games, in ss-hieh No. 2 won distinction. Ser eaiit-.lujor 3loore fe:lingly ruK-pondetd. "'he health iof the guest was drunk with musical hIonour. The procerd inlos 'erle onlive...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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West End Ratepayers' Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

West End Ratepayers' Association. ANNUAL l1El:TINl(. 'Ihe niuuaiil mneting- of thei \\'.At ]'nd It(tepayers' Association was li,-Id in thei Ouslf-llows' Hall. ,llurnell 'I stt, last night.. There was a fair ly l:i'-e ottnidamic of n?mtler-s. Mr. .1. 11. Pigofl was voted to th5e chair. the President (.Mr . -. Arnlkrose Born) beinig absent. CORIRESPONII'NCE. Several letters weire receivevl from thlle City Council, the Chamtncer of Commi,.erce, and rother sources. dealinthl ,ith mlatters which the association irve in haud. In connection there with, it was diecided to hrigne under the notice of tlhe City Council tihe early hour at which .the sanitary mient dsomnimenced work al night, iuil to repnlst the planing, of lamnp-posts in Tfllon-street and al tlie corner. . of Woodend-road and Ilacrae-street. I .as also resolved to take furtei. :etion . with the oltject of urging trei construction of "a culvert or 1I.-rrel train in Macrae-street, andi the se i-uring of the extension of the nfter...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Gatton News. (From Our Lockyer Correspondent.) PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Gatton News. pl(lr r 1,0yr I ol?' spnent.) Pi't ,SAll|ti. hlcssnr. Whin".h l nd i lur tainlo re stine11l ? lir fln t lritl.4tly :ig Scnre at. tdi?ir yard'. North latttt. on W?Vditnly la ht, lint thre -ca0 rtlly a. pour yandang.. Tahe finn rtetnd holding tlie salens wrs y altor na41tve W-edne?daay i1n futAtre. LI CEISFNl (OldlURT. Ihla onthlty Liclnsini Court own leid ci Tutadny last aefore Messrs. 1:. WiltW - tie. It. Lewis, .Ia. .. oan, jnt., ar"d .lobo Skineto. Atttiooneerr' licersel2 atn gronted to F. A. Ilrynot, Thos. WhtIat worth, .lhll Colemana. and W. J. Doughty. wrhile slaughtering aicenaO1es'1r.' ;slled to S. .1. Cavanagth A. .C. Clark?. 11. Foster. Fmil Siler, Hielidan Ilutcher lls CUmlpany. William Plant, and Pat rick .lordoa. RAILJWAV TRAFFIC FOR DElC'IllE?I lR. Through the courtesy of SIr. .1. i. Clarkson. Lthe Incal railway statioln-onas tcr. I am ,nutrl dl to 4 utrnish the follow ilg details of lte general lines of pro duce. &A.. dealt with at thu local rail w...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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State Schools. TEACHERS TRANSFERRED. TWO RESIGNATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

State Schools,. TEACHERS ?'IANSFEIIRED. TWO RESIGNATIONS. Tir foillowing tra.?:s'rs of State .school isclatners have blin apllroved by it lsove.rnlor-in-Council : ]itrold John ?.wl:?rill. fron eassisteint tencer. itollooonealb:? (boys'). , to n si.delt-tNLea?dir I?ena. dillinm Andrew Muir, flrom ussistlant tracher. Fonlitaude Valley. (~uys') to as istiant-taenrcdr, W\'oillloiooiaina (ioys' ). Nina Nellie Ilrishlittwcll, Ifron n$sistniit iuoiher, .Mount Gravatt, to ossistaL:t ieanler, lig gndonn. Mllian Glanldiine Fitegreald. from assist aits-leacher, Sinat. to sIeud tradIter., (il mnonlul Provisional School. 1'nannes Liliam .lanese, 'frtom aistianl tinolise, Albert, to assistant-teachelr, IlhaurJdsirt. "iliealhr Miles, rom( assistast-teenhelr, Mnaryborougin Central (girls'), *s hea( leaclien. lRoedale Provisional Seisool. 'Il-e Governior-in-Council lins approive mlini Carl Vincent Allbertus Thngll' t -,rei ntdilitt: inet) tle serv'ice of the Depart arlnt. of P(eluie Icntrdention as ...

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

A FENCING CASE. At the Ipswich Small Delts Court, held blefore the Police Magistrate, yes terday, a case in which Elialbeth B. Ferguson proceeded against Agnes BowlStq to recover £2 1its, alleg?l to be due no the defendant's share of the cost of erecting a dividing fence, came on for hearing. There u?s no appear ance of the plaintilf, but Mr. W. 1I. ,Summerville was present to appear foi the deiendant. Mr. Summerville ap plioe for a non-suit, whioh. was grant ed, with Is costs of Court and lOs Gd professional costs against the plaintilf.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM DUDGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

DEATh OF MRS. WILLIAM DUDGEON. An old and respected resident of Ips nich in the person of Mrs. Willisnm iatdlsoae (relict of the late Mr. Willian, Iludgl'on), passed away at the reuldosice of har son-in-law, Mr. J. 1H. Boark hly, Limnestone-street, at 1 o'clock yes terday afternoon. Mirs. Dudgeim, whose death was due to heart failure, had reached the ripe age of I7 years, and was born ait Musselbrook, Scotland. In tihe year 1877 she and her husband arivo'd in this State per the ship IDuke of Sutherland, and in the same 31year lhey came to Ipswich, and open 0d a fruit shop in Nicholis-street, wh-lsich was carried on by Mr. l)udgeon until his death, eight years, ago, and afterwards by -Mrs. Dudgeon, for three years, when hie handed it over to her son-in-law, Mr. J. B. Bearkle.y, nlwho has conducted it ever since. The deceased leaves twso daughters (Mrs. B. Stephenas, of Bundanba, and Mrs. J. H. Bearkley, of Limestoei-street, Ipswich) and two sons (Mr. John l)udtmor., of Forest iill, a...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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IPSWICH SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

IPSWICH SMALL DEBTS COURT. At the Ipswich Small D9pts Court, held tefore the Police Magistrate, ies terday morning, verdicts were given for the plaintiffs in the following cases for the full amounts claimed, together with the costs mentioned :-Jolmn Greenham v. Mrs. Digby Howe, . claim of £1 Ilis 9d, for rent due from the 17th of November to. the 1st of De cember, costs 5s Gd; J. F. Lobb and Co,, v. W. Thorn, claim of £1 6s, for tea sold and delivered, costs 5s.

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THE RECENT EDWARD-STREET FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

fl ":( ti'1";I' El1.."AIIt-S'TlE ET FIRE. 1ho onlllraoetr fotr the ItbiLtg dowtn (I ith.:. walls of Rotlhwell's hltilditg, or thlat portion of tle a-oalls dechtlred to teodan ger~oI'us bty the rity o'ltoiear, is (wtites our rllislialn. elrrmestlotonti) luoking good progress wtilh the work. A scatffoldig t110 heigil't of I·fw I wall haos too 'll tlt I111 inside (oe Irllillil: tructure, nill t-he ll e 0ril its brokten o t-0ay is sent down n l0hte' 0 tlie grl'otIl. So far, sevoral feIo otf thle topl porinon of 1foe Edwaltsf nirct wall haIs Ieonl relnovtsl. T'lu op ,ra'tions are h, inle .wanlche'l hy ae Co e rNi :f alt:?" nl nIn of e,1'og1leh l l 1o ItI ' 11o.t posito sidllt of 1ie stlrtlI. \-illch is l oW Illlill <llt~li tf~ (I( it . t 1)o llll. 'l ll l'l' openn t(tttitcl A sto;i; og has en. nod omoarl ar the en'an;]/t':i in front. and 1,11Fs l-.vmi\,.4 ;I' ne ,+tsional fall of s.nnll elsl ntl i'ies of l'riclks lloo Illn Orla.r. No''o n.,t a o? tin il li" iolers , tt ', tlsh...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
SCIENCE CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

SCIENCE CONGRESS.. Tdim Biennial Congress of the Aus tralasian Association for the Advaner ment of Science was continued to day at the Brisbane Granmmar School (says yesterday's "Observer"), "t6iis lceing the fourth day of the 1?th Oon gress. A. huge list of papers, cover ing as many diverse subjects, were ire cluded in the day's programme. The Mental Science and Education Section was particularly notable for the num bler, and extremely valuable charme ter of" th'e papers dealt with, and iMr. 1). R. X'Connel, with r. J. J. . Demp sWy, the secretaries, spent a very b.usy day. The Ethuological, Engin ,vring, and Agricultural sections also contributed some fine papers. Mr. J. I3ailey, secretary in the Agricultural Section, l.eir.g in groat demand. The Recommendation Committee met dur ing the morning, and did imporitaut work. The reading of papers com aneoedl at 10 a.m., and lasted until late in the afternoon. The 1Rev. D. .1. Carland was host at a social flnc tion on the river during t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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To Watch the Sun. PROPOSED FEDERAL OBSERVATORY. ORGANISER IN SYDNEY. STORY OF THE MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

To Watch the Sun. PhPOIJJ'OED.1 FJDEltR.L OHMI:Si VATORY. ORliANIS]'R IN SYI)NEY. STORY OF T1 M. MOIVEMI E,'. ITh; niove, iimni t to i.slabliih .ii oh servatory for stlar physitniil iis,:'erih ias irtrtb Si. aln imtp, tlis froum tlhfi visit to 'Sydliy of D)r. (jolfrey tidfli..-l, ).Sc., B.A., FIllow of ?-hi: oyal As-. tronoinical Soeity,- and ser'etatiy tit Ilhe votmnmitti, originally loneldrl in Eniltitid to furth:.r tthe sclie.nl. Dr, nioliold is uo his way. to Brisi:in . to attnd lhe congiess of tllh Aiustr:ila ian Hocek-ty for the Aolvatncit-n.-t ,if Sttience. wele, nte hi prioposIs Ito rtai i papir upon astlroiiimiiy ail sol i I. r< searehl. ln stoti:l on Sai:iurdc y lth:t Ili' calme to Australia oAk tIhu slp?.il nission of establishing a soTlir phy sics obIservatory, and gave thtl lti:itorY of lthe inovminit in .tis way :-a " I was at. Oxford in 1914 Jwhn tihe second eongress *of tie litearnatiointl Union for Co-opeirtion iin Solor Re seardi was held," 'Ih said. "an...

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RESTORING THE APPARENTLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

tlFSt'ttllINtG rIE APPAREI'tM.\ DRIOWNEII. I?n isw ot l' numtnerous nriai??is waich havIoe ailready oceurrod duritlg tlin lIRtsett llntlhintg, seasoll (lS'as flte ,Ttni'",j. lMir. lItiainl lemrty, chr"i see Iertnory oa the Rloyal Lift-Sanotag Siwieny. .. Halilstteet ltedfola-su-n inie. W'.t. wrtills to g s ;sintiSt a nsr, generai Ipu' i.illung of tIle nariL of lile-h?lasi. HIe sto in tim col'.it r his in let te" :.'th' t t i:lihitd ofn ratnorintg lthe apllarenly dead, eit?her frmn drn liaag. ullTotratinon, Hhlnvlr, of Ed~inli rgtl 'hiti e'sity, i ~isx Itr ?elt bllllllle anlld (asy to hLar. It in 'tndnehle as follenws :-(1) Innmnliantely Il'sl:an is ilpedJ olut of llt water lose ltn (lint' iin attemnptinta artificial i.siration as every InstautI ft delay is Foriaus (2) it urmlhhlnig tins rase.a. plar th' Ia.i o?t facee'ontlrwanrd, and iti m tr 111n th Int i nher to 1Am righit nr ]elt, us lntl lIt' nant(ltl n:d lose de not tunl(, ,11t gra~ntso!d (:1) place youlslt nat the lirle at tin...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

]tlMIIIIRHlI STOCK MA1.1:S. (tly Telegraplh from O:'r CorrespoldeOt.) Sydney, .January 14. At Jtom.nblushll, to-day, the tumttattr tof raettle a'edal tsa 184.1 headi, canttlrisiaing wiole alns verty fail, ILt iot up to thalt .f. Stl ay, tIhe? Ire ,eing it large prittpor tit o-f gl:t trade ;beref, ?with ocet?sional yals of il rtie, atld at adold head or tto I elxtt plrimle tlld chloice, the balalnce bei'nli i?atle pl of .mtediull to indifferent soLrts. 'lilt.her was t good ttelndatt?e of tLyer.s, ho op.ttled tfrely for primell ltoo, the lmtttletet opening with a astrong doiatril at values that t.ere a tshade 1nit"r i.l~a? thll. of last day., while for tlodlliltnil Id plain sorts ,the iltnrker L open ne t with t -da.lu loss stro.g al t'a.l t.s in uIyers" favour.

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LATE COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

LATE COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE J'IROIIUCE MAiRK'T. Thursday, January 14. ,Supplies of prodnit Mtre a little lighter at Itomia-steet to-day. Maize was forward in uooli quantities, but very little chanced hands. Good ptri tee still continued for prime lucerne chlnff. T'I?e Ibest price to-day waus ?s Id. A .imihi" state exists for bohtle mlixed" and oaten chaff. Prinm:e lucerne hay realised 4Is :kl, whilst for. oatLn iay, which is very rare at thle anr It, fromt :s :m d to :s -td was oiitai~ :,;l. Potatoes were iieliuned to be dull. of. sal': to-day.' Blluedwins wdere pass.d it 7? II I. aced l'or e\-:lls selel up to Zs GiK. A line of early rose realised tOs. RUIts.G PRICES IN AUCTION 5l111:). The following prices ruled in the Iton a-street auction shed to-eday : htaize, 4s 2d, passed; lueeeeile chaf., 2s 914. passed, to is id : mixled chlff, ft 10t, passed, to 5s 2d: outen clha, ,s 3d, passed lucerne ihay, .:s, plss e:l, to s :d ; onten hay, ::s :,. to -is -Id: pumpkins, 4s it, passed.; .. ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Sydney, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

(ily '1"lTeginall from Our Correspondent.) Spin'ey, lainna 14"y ..i"ti. S?'o}lny lroduc' U?Inrk'I lo,-la IT, %%..Ir d r,..' .A s ,al, l |h.~l'h'111t of Ad1-~laido avr~ed uo Ibrouaghl £5 to o £7. li . Ljocxcl riro ic, 'man!' £5 lii.1 acd rimo . I1So to £'. :5 . i.n.rLuc was l o g T l, 1,11, brought Ci . I'l1u'i l1ýr , halea , t 1:0 11: ? ',i, Iprl'illl' sl i ;i I n -II l- elle 1?? 1 L':. lll, t ; ?1. .I'hli' £7. 17lo. 1,n 'urn \ " ,ali rli. l? h? ooII I, , 1'1111 \, ,1. Il. lill, r . J1' 1 in, t I 1111, 111

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The Balkan States. BULGARIAS'S IRREDUCIBLE MINIMUM. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

The Balkan States. ]iULGAIAS', IR lI)U('CIBLE 1ITNI MUll. (Dy Cable rMessage.) London, Janu?ury 13. The Russian Ainr?assador has inform ed the Grand Vizier of Turkey that £.150.l000 is theu utmost Bulgaria is able to pay, and it is hoped that the Porte wiTI accO,pt that sum. The Brit ish. Freich, and e: mass Aaslsssadors spoke in similar terms.

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Broken Hill Strike. "LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS ASSAULTED." REFUSAL TO SUPPLY POLICE WITH GROCERIES. HELP FOR THE MINERS. A FEMALE SOCIALIST. REFORM OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS. REQUEST BY COMBINED UNIONS FOR THE MILITIA TO BE CALLED OUT. TO PROTECT CITIZENS FROM THE POLICE. BLOCK 10 CLOSED DOWN. Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Broken Hill Strike. 'LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS AS SAULTED." REFUSAL TO SUPIPLY POLICE WITI GROCERIES. IIELP FOR THE MINERS. A FEMALE SOCIALIST. ]lEFOR31 OF TIlE )OUSE' OF LOlilYS. REQUEST BY (CO-?INIiD UNIONS FORl THE MILITIA TO BE CALLED OUTS TO PliOTECT CITIZIENS FIROM TIIIE POLICE. BLOCK 10 CLOSEDI DOWN. (.By Telegraph from Our Corresp.iondot.) Sydney, January 13. The Premier said yesterday that he did not know whether the invitation exctended by the Mayor and councillors of Broken Hill, for him to visit the Barrier, was to blie taken seriously. Mr. Wade added tEat he had no proof that the majority vote of the council represented the general views of thl smincrs, If there were a genuine desire that he should visit the Barrier, or an honest belief thaet ly so doing lhe would 1flp towards the settlement of tie, trouble. Mr. Wade said he would not hesitate to go. 'Thle Mayor of Brolein Hill Ip~rsidedl ociler an indignation meeting attended by 000 persons in the Town IHall last niglht. A ...

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