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LATEST PARTICULARS. Sydney, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

LATEST PARITICUJARS. Sydney, January It. Al Brolken Hill yesteedav the comhin ed Unions unanimously resolved that the Federal Prime Mlinister (the lion. A. Fisher) and the 3hinistdr for l)e fence (Senator Pearce), le wiretdi to askin- themn to call out the militin in defence of the citizens of Broken Ilill agurinst, unltrovokedl aottacks of_ the police. Thollons ]Paynlle lwas char'e?d at thI,; hBroken h11ill Polit. Ciourt. to-day with assaundting the police during the hear inlL of the riot cases on UMoind'ty. TheI Slba¢istrate luehl that there was sulli 'ient evidence to conviot, l1, t1hl,l tal, accusal that the police had sto do thirir duty., oand hIe j, tll support t.himi in doing it. Payne was liin.e I £11, wiih the a.nternati'e of tiwo mot i IIIhs imprisonment. 31y. A. Grillith, h.1..A., wirid to the unionlls vesterda., uslklilng them if it would hi elp themt if I,. oitained enm ploym,,nt for 5l00 men <)n the i n(w soetion of the North Coast railway. 'The meeting lhec...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Italian Earthquake. FURTHER SHOCKS REPORTED. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

The Italian Earthquake. FURTHIER SHOCKS REPORTEI). (By Cable Message.) London, January 13. Shocks of caritpqlake have l:en felt at G(eno, Milan, V:enice, Florence, and Paduan. Much damape was dme at Imola, near Bologna, the inhabitaints of which town were seized with panic. London, January 14. 1'hM D)uh'ke of Connaulnpht. w"o hasl eeni inspectini the Mloditerranafl fleet, and who visited alessina, considers that thin dcstruction the're surpasses anything imaginable. It seeniod, 1' said, as if the city has been passed thriounh a sieve like grnodin wheat. Slight shocks were experienc+e l early on Wedlnesday morning at nuany towns in Southern Austria, extrilinlf froin Sarajevo to Trieste . Among the places affected were Dozen, 31erin, ano Poul. Furtler shocks in Italy were felt on Tuiesday night at Ravents, lisa, 1.ucea, Pisgoia, Perrijia, Ferara, Ver ona, Regitonell. IEmilia, Velinia, and Rimini. Nuch alarm was canued, .fut little danrani was doie, oaltihouili thi:s shocks lastsl liro...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Shearers and Sugar-Workers NEW REGULATIONS. Brisbane, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Shearers and Sugar Workers NI,\i Il; l 1.\' In''`'S (1ly Telegrlaph froul Our t(,rr1espolndent.) Ilrisalnle. .lainuary 14. Nw I·rgulalltions have xrn i ssulll- u.lnUt |IIwl· uSII 11*4,Rar" alw1l S1p1 '-Hl'l11.kersli ' A t\'( II) , l;I..' "il t ',IIIII I lln1 nI " I 11u I r"I - I, nll 1 1" h,,ill. i ll- n L_ i. ll lll \'.l'll' 1.·1 1'i 111 I...... ( lde o l l " I" l "ll lin guAt i ?in iot I im ,il I ?y I.- l, ' )flh',. p',hi1h Iing 1h ',. I cl in , , l lf jt h n ,li li l s inll :it. c..lria ity n,I . sugllar f.a IIIs 4Iu I .s-' il ,. Irii llnllq itll '111Y (lln lll . I','1 n D , uj ::.t'iC fLI·l'B'Ut:,.

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ARRIVAL OF MR. HALL JONES. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

ARRIVAL OF 311]. IALl, .10NES. London, January 14. IMr. Hall Jones has arrived in Lon don.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Constitutional Turkey. ARMY AND NAVY BEING REORGNISED. SETTLEMENT OF BALKAN PROBLEMS. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Constitutional Turkey. --: o :- ARBl AND NAYY BEING IlRE01 GNISED. SETTLEMENT OF BALKAN m'ROB LEDiS. (By Cable Message.) London, January 14. The Turkish Grand Vizier ('Kianul Pasha) yesterday informed Parliament that German instructors would he en gaged to re-organise the Turkish a-my and British officers to re-organise Il5 navy. He added that it would I, necessary to revise tHe Constitution to lake it more in conformity with the country's nl:ds. The Government con sidered that the new regime compl,tv ly changed the aspect of the. Mace donian problem. The Granm: Vizier expressed a holpe that thel', would be an immediate settlement of the Bos nin and li ]rtl-sm vin:sn dilliculty, and ine looked for a favourable issue in Bulgaria. io likewise anticipated a solution of the Cretan question, with the co-operation of the protectinu lowors on a basis of maintiaini g and safeguarding Turkish rights. A vote of confidence in the Govdrn nict was carried.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Frozen Meat Trade. LOWER PRICES ANTICIPATED. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Frozen Meat Trade. 1A)WEIl 1,'l ICES ANT'I'CIPIATDI). (lly Cable ]%frssagv.) .coolund ' .iw.nuary 14. 'lle Colonlil C~ouiseqiiel, e Couilanly 's uful nMviewf (Ie frvozen 'Junat tuade i2|,llJrt] Ir·\'imvLL. ?)[ i,]o h~oT/ell Il[/?l t.1%?J? nutcilatems JIwR. iulos dul'log lile pres ret year fbel luer'eileod ito 1(118, as the urchtltaiell g o?e\o" of thi, pepoCtile is r stoicted, anud a ,lae rte ot llt *1?'o1anll (iou1 oll Onlly be eunloteiletanl Ity low tlices.

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

,coolI Inspectors. TWO NEW.'.PPOINTMrENTS. The Govior-in-Council thppnoved ofl the applointment of two . a n<'itiiol inspectors of schools, cpi in the\\oom of the late S'r. T. It. rown, and On on account of the increase in Ath numl-,er of sLdools, and the geons41l expansion of ihspcctorial and depart, mental work.. The gentlemen who\ have been appointed are : Mr. John i'ewtrell (head teaches of the State school at Townsville West), and Mr. William Henry Smith, B.A., (head teacher of thie Ionkland State School, Gympie). 3fr. Joln Fewstrell entered' the ser vice of the Qiueensland Educantion UI~ partmant on the 5th Mtarcel,"i S6. He is an English traired teacher. ice was a pupil teacher and student. in the Chester -Training College, an assist ant iteachdr in, the Welshpool. boys' school, and hend-master Llaartyneyech, SIhropshire, and of the Model Proctis ing School, Chester Training College. JI Queensland, Mr. Fowtrell has hel the follow ,in.l positions : Assistant teacher...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Science Congress. Brisbane, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Sclence Congress. (By Telegraph frotm Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, January 14 Among the ampers read at the Con rlTess were several of very deep in terest. One was byv I 1r. R. i]. Roe, M.A., head master of the IBrisboneo Boys' Grammar School, on ': The 1,: lation of a University to Primary and Se-condars, 'Sehools." His Excellency the Governor (Lord (Chelmsnfordl), who was present, made special r:ference 1o this vallutlile pa p:1', and expres..t?.d regret that time did not permit of hi full discussion oni all the subjects dealt with. Another paper of more thtan pssin)i interest was that hvl Dr. Cnmnpston, Medical Oflicer for Schools, West Aus tralia, on lthe subject of "' St.atisti cal I, nuirv into 'Pulmonarv '' Thber culosi. in Australia." It A{as shoa'h lhat Ibestwern 1583 and ISIS ,nch State except West Australia attained its ntiaximum de ath-rat:, a:ld frtom t?at, time onwarnds the decline hadl hI.a, pro gressive anld uniform.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Oti ciafl Notifications". . : Thl following cial otiffioao :, have been approved. - The resignation. of Mr. -w. HSwain " an clerk and accoguntat in the A' epp G; nrnl'e ofline has "been ceeptedl .aLnd Oft. J. 0G. Elliot .,.oF the Home:'D . partment;. has beeh'oelipontedel io. . ill position. 'This'aLebnc ; ~ "1 be : pub "'' lished. It is probe, lt that Mr. Elliot will leave Irisleene nl'outstle itndea . the mdnth. Mr; lRoert Ettt inas bee nelaedee of tie ollice of assistanti?land agent d-at Mount Perry, and Mri AArthur' Styi"eis, C.P.S., has been appointeda to '.he position. The following areas will be opened for lease : 3032 square milee in the loulia district, 101. squre anmiles in the Blackall district, 71 square miles in the Cooktown district, and 9 Square miles in the Surat district. TIn Careless Use of Fire Prevention Act has l6een declarod to'°ein: force in the shire offIulloo, , A regulation, settling. andul iz a-: .timndard ,for ice cream, 'made by the Gomnmissioner of Pull...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Premiers' Conference. DATE NOT YET FIXED. Sydney, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Premiers' Conference, DATE NOT YET FIXED. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 14. The Premier of New. South Wales (the Hon. C. G. Wade) is entirely in secord with the view expressed by tUl Pirenier of Queensland (Ieon. W. IKidston) that there should be an early` conference of the Ministerial heads of the different States. So fi?l as New' South Wales, Qucensland, and South Australia are concerned, there is no seiliiulty in the way of an early meeting, and the Prime Minister Hoen. A. Fisher) will lie free to at tend the conference any time after the first week in Felruary. But in West Australia the Parliament is in session, and in Victoria the Parliament will mnet in a mantle or two, and in Tas mania the general election will take place in April. Mr. Wade is in comi ,munication with the Premiers of Vic toria and West Australia, with a view to ascertaining if any definite daie eoaild he fixed when they would be free to attend the conference.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Taxi-Cabs in Melbourne. A MODERN LUXURY. Melbourne, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Taxi-Cabs in Melbourne. A MODERN LjXURtY. M*tlbrourne. January 12. The hriknry r?blaan'o in lfelliourne has a rnew competitor. The taxci-cab whlich has become so popular in the larger cit ies of Europe and throughout 'the United Kingdom, has made its debut before a Melbourne public. The avdantages of the horseless vehicle are those of speed, clamnliness, and cheapnoss. .Added to thean lhire is another. 'l,' calmaln canmot demanwd anore than hli legal fare. eOin ta~rimeter .outside tlhe wnindows 9alnks aff in shillings and pence lvhtlm is his due, suer can all his pIrtestalions laum dt onward to add. a ?enny nor all hli asservattions wipe out a wo.rd ofl the mileage record. Two peo plo can ride a nole for a shilling, ad enery extra quarter-mile is chdrgod at the rate of 3d. ,As the cab passes the quarter miles one 'soe the 3d added. And if, at the end of the journey, after rec??wing h's fee, nd a reasonable tip of?,sa, ld, In t(e dialf-crown, tile driver tell his fare that he' " thou...

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SURPRISE PARTY AT HELIDON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

SU1?'IUISfl PALUtY AT il IlII)ON. On Tu'lesday lust the ladies of the )lflidon letlhodist Church Help So ciety (writes a correspondent) shlowe?l, in an appropriate way, their apprecia tion of Mlrs. 3losipgn l oniaie, tual thwiq regret at her leaving l]elidon, iy uniting to form a surprise party. Gainmes were engaged in until 10.30, whie all pIsesent sat down to an excellent spread, wvhich was greatly ap preciated. After supper the l bllies retired to the drawing-roomi, wlhere Iers. Lsamlyn al)ologised for the R]ev. -. Watkinson's absence, and Mrs. lHumphries piresented Mlrs. Mlorgau Jones with a set of carvers in cae' froIm thei ladies of the society, and wished the recipient prosperity. lav mig sung "Autd 'lang Syne" the party dispersed.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Fire at Grafton. Sydney, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

Fire at Grafton. (.y T'IClegralph i rom i tuln ' ' i: "?..s rll~ t.) Sydney. .*Janurlv II. b. id, irLe occurred Ilat Irftmll this morning. Sulirntiull usinbu' jiunc's in the h?elt of the city were deuiuoy.,. including ninhum's d'rauurr ,te hli<h n:n" , Young's hake"r. :tod rinch': j.,w 'llry store.

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GENERAL CABLES. SOMALILAND PROTECTORATE. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

GENERAL CABLES. SOMAL.1I.ANJ) ]'PROT¶ECTORATE. London, .lauaa-ry 13. As it is fear?d that thae British Pro terlorate of Somaliland may he at incled, 300 mien of tIe King's African Rilles have arrived at Berbera from INyassaamnd, also a contingent of 400 Indian troops from Bombay.

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PRUSSIAN DEFICIT OF £7,800,000. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

PRUSSIAN DEFIC(IT 01" £(,800,0S). I.on01on1, Juniuary 1M. 'Th hw?Iul of Prussin eg(timiattes a deficit for the cominig year of £7, 80,00,0.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ESTATE OF MR. A. H. ROBERTS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

ESTATE OF MR. i. 1"i. lOltllt1l'Si A mckting of credit ors in the e?ltat of A. H. Rlb.brts, late licensee of tl,.! North Australian Hotel, N!sacis strret was held at the office of Mr. P. , Cardeas, solicitor. ye?terday afternoon fMr. H. S. Cribb occupied the chair, and albout 25 creditors ware tepresen ted. The statement of afairs shocrri that the amount due toa secured dredi tors totalled £3747, and that the es. timated value of the securities was £4477. It was also shown that the only funds available for unsecurdl creditors was the surplus from mort gaged properties, which is estimated at £7211. Th1 claims of the unsecur ed creditors 'total £845. Resolutioess were adopted to the effect that the affairs of thh debtor should be liqpda. ted by arrangement and not in in solvency : that Mr. G. W. Allen should Iw appointed truste?. at a remuneration of 5 phr cent on tll assets realised, with a minimum of £10; that tessrs. J'. . Bottomley and F. C. Lee should be appointed a committee of ...

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

OIOUNT ELLO1TT LINE. The Commissioner for ]ailra.ys has received the deposit, amourning to half the estimated cost, of the Mount Elliott railway-hne. and has ?k·doidl that the work should be lroceodal with as soon as possible. Day labour will be employed oun the line.

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DEATH OF AN OLD LAIDLEY RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

DEATH OF AN OLD LAIDLEY SRESIDENT. Our Lockyer correspondent writs : --Much regret was expressed in Laidley circles yesterday morning ghem it became lsnowh that the ?espected ifre of Mr. P'. Moroney h passed quietly away at. about 9 p' lock that morn ing. The deceased ''ns born in Tip perary, Ireland, sad was' 72 years of age at the time of her demise, She came to Australia in 1863, and set tied down in the ]Hunter River dis. trict of Newv S'oul,-Wales. After about 12 months' residefce there the deces ed came. to Queensland, making Laid ley her headquarters. About twc years after arriving in Laidley she 'was married to Mr. Moroney, and ever since they have resided on their farm, " which is itnown as "Summer Hill." Mrs. Moroney, who was of a kindly disposition, and highly respec tod by everyone with whom she came in contact, reared a most respectable family of five sons and three daugsh ters, and it is only fail to state that they are all held in the highest es teem by their numerous...

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CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

.! LEARLNG SALE. Whitworith nuld (;urtsidc, LUctioiWccjrL Laidley, b.'ld A i3ighIy successful clear inig sile of household furniture, &c., yesterday, at Dlr. A. (Iarri~ou's re sidenoe, ulaidllee Soutar. Ev-erything wSan Sc Crnd alt 'ery usatjsfactorv price-.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
WEATHER NEWS BY ETHERGRAM. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909

WEATHER NEWS BY ETHIIR GRMN. London,? January 13. The meteorological office is receiving systematic etheegrams concerning the veather from many steamers crossing the Atlantic.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
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