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RUSSIAN LOAN. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
'RUSSIAN LOAN. London, January 14. Of the impending Russian loan , of £56,000,0001 an am?uit; of £,0)i00,000 has been reserved for London, £12, 000,000 for Amsterdam, ansd te re mainder fir France. Of the V,?nchi al lotmnentn an amount of £32,000,000 is intended for lvdemptiou of teIasury bonds issued in 1904.
ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
siwooR AND DISTRICT MAN. EET PRICES. - · Thursday Evening. s~ torekeepers in the above district ra Ander:-e prime, 4 per bushel d per dozen - ied, As to, £ per ton; oaten, 8; to' ' luoerne, £3 lIa to At , 8e to 8a 8d per pairi. hene, 2 to toN ad &aaaa to 4e 68 perpair ks-)ugliab, e 6ad to as per pair; ;b oovyso tos aad s- n, Sto , 6d per pair; "rbblaoe, el0sd tolBs nd perpalr. Ne
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
DL11Y PRODUCE BE PORT. Our Own Correspondent.) i . . ThurEday Fvening. wore fairly plentiful all round .ha wes, however, very little in prioes. One load of 21 (ags t a very prime sample of bluoe, Mr. Henery Peacook of Thorn eA6 10a per tn. The fellow the oloEig rates - pr'me, 4s'per bushel d-0ory ld per b. -7d per dozen .nli, 5 to £6 10a per ton -I AOa perton; oaten, A.; ;i;5 to e5 lOa i e, .Ba 10s per ton S 8. lOs per ton B-T lo, A to £3S 10 per ton; le?.the forward -Sd er lb (comnercial butter P'me, s to 8s 6d per pair r .ime S to 2s 6d per pair Sd to 6a per par 2tE , 6d to 8 per pair; 8s to 8 6d blers, 12e 6d to 17A 6d pei ilhens; s to 7s 6d per pair. * ·' _
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE [?]IS TRIBUTING COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
FAIIMERS' CO-OPERATIVE fIS TRIBUTINC COMPANY'S ietl PORT. The Farmers' Co-operative Distai'ut uag Company of Queensland. Limir.:.i, of 237, Rome-street, Brisbane. report as follows for the week enlded on the 13th instant : Butter.-Thl. local demand has ,aien fairly active all the week, l-ut sup plies are still falling away. Thc heat wave last week had a serious effect on the quality of all ?utters. On Tuesday we advanced the price of prime butter to 100s per cwt. Lon don : Recent advices from, the Ucnited Kingdom state that trade is bat, al though prices are in advance of those ruling last year, which camets cont sumption to be limited. London quo tations are from ll0s to l12s for best Australian. Butter arriving in Lon don during December met a falling market. Later arrivals are expected to meet a better market. Cheese.-A very bripk demand set in this week for' cheese. for local and inter-State buyers. All stocks have been cleared. Speculators purchased heavily, the bulk. of wrich ...
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. J. Jackson and Co., Limited, of Brisbane, report the following sales of farm and dairy prodoouce on January 14 : Maize-es 2d to 4s Sld pt r bushel Potatoes-English, prime 6s to 7e 9d per owt; seound quality, Be d to 4s 6d Pampkina, 4s to 4r 9d p r owt bhaff-Oaten., e to 6s per owe ; lucerne prime, s 9.1 to Gs Id; second qual ity, es 9d to 4s 9d; mixed, prime, 5s to s 6Sd Hay-Luoerne, S d11 to 4a 2d per cwt Butter-prime, '8 to 8id per lb t heese, 4fd to Ed per lb Honey; SA to 2id per lb Eggs-Or mary, 8J to id ; epecial, lb to Is 8d per d Zeo Fowls, S8 id to 6s ad por.pair uckes-Musoovy, s4 to 7a per pair; English, 4e 6d to 5S 9d Geese. 7s'to .s Ler pair Turkeys-- obb'rrs, 16s to 22a per pair; liens, 9O to 10s Pigeons, is to Is Id per pair Guinea fowls, as 9d to 4s 4d pes pair Mangoes, 68 to 8s per sae App es, P7ts a d perease klalusle d to Se Gd per quarter-ca:e Apricots, 4e to Se per ?uarter-case Crapos, id to lid per lb Watermelons Is to b1 per dozen kookme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
THE SILVERWOOD DAIRY FACTORY Co. are Paying Bid per lb for Com merlial Butter contents of Cream deliver ed at Gatton Station. 29 GRANFHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Thursday 'Evening. A heavy supply of produce came in to day, and prices were inclined to weaken. FTllowing were the ruling rates : Maize-Prime, 3o 103 per bushel Butter-Factory, lid per lb Ygge-gd per dozen Potatoes-English, ?4 to £5 per ton; sweet, none Chaff-Mixed, £3 15s to £4 5s pe ton ; oaten. £4 to £4 10 ; lucerne. £3 15s to £5 5s Ray-Luerne, £2 1ts to B3 5s per ton Pumpkins. £3 10s per ton Oaions, £3 per ton Cream--84 per lb (commercial butter). Zoeller's HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES .TAN WHICH THERE ARE NONE BElRER.'" RED BLISTER, 2·. 6d. tin. Substitute for Firing Horsei STONIC POWDER. 2s. 64. tin. For Horsen and Cattle. SWORM POWDERS, for Bormes. Including Physic Bill 3s. 6.i per course. L CONDITION POWDER, gror . I. 6d. tin, orles J Also full stock of CATTLE MEDICINES. Inoluding E DAIRY ...
GATTON PRODUCE REPORT. (From a Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
LTUON PRODUUE ?EPORT. `I.,rom a Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. 1r ,supply of produce was marketed A?ppended are farmers' prices: prime, 3s lid per bushel aotory, lld per lb per dozen English, £4 to £6 per ton weet, none Med, 10s to £4 10a per ton; oten, as lucerne, £5 to L5 10l Hay-Lucerne. £310a to LB 15a per ton; oaten, AS 1)s to £4 Pumpkins--4 p:r ton OnioLS, none 'ream- 8?i per lb (commercial butter).
British Politics. SPEECH BY MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
British Politics. -:o: SPEECI BY 3111. I NST'ON ClU IICJIILL. (Cly Cable Message.) Lindtii, .JanluarIi 14. ?h'. IH,'inston (?hurhill, Prsid'nt. of ith Itosrd of Trait, sx'king ct i1ir miiiidta, ri,..rocttid flit the giiat hIme' militant ]ivlicdalis~m lind fallen inio 110t '?i of a tiarrocw-iiiiideild sit ,f ILibrnlt Unims111t tiiliticinis, with. ,,ut .a sin,_l,, gn,,rous trincipl,. ,f G,, vramlen.I lie did nit denty that r, iiIt tic '-i'ti oIans ic'litc'iied ni sensible J'noLrtio)ll oI) fefllngL, 4)" 1111 1fa 1( \}un Oaural e (!lel'iu. r,, hit such k'Ii .tioiLi s ci'ii 'iiiit sllllici. i t 1i dellcet Ithe G(3'ermlllntll Ilic' iiy a hir-Ita ·lthi. TiJe- Uno v,,rmnont woubl only disso)lve wh.. cI-it illeil p ii i oilllil llli llslci'll clleu Iih I timenu ccc oln ailc'niitiiciiiis ini ti'' ' ienal inttclits of t(Ii pro?arescsi\'?e i'niii lie rliieud i what lhi terme,: ihi, -ir of siinteii Ih hug with which iill' pl otm ,ltingIIs ill the l iis' of Mr. ('hurt'hill. co't1inlin , sai' th...
Football in England. TROUBLE BETWEEN UNIONS. SCOTLAND AND PROFESSIONALISM. WIN FOR WALLABIES. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
Football in England. TRO1UI]LE BETW\VEEN UNIONS. SCOTLAND AND PIlOFESSIONAL ISM. WIN ]:OR WALLABIES. (By Cable Message.) London, January 13. The Australian Rugby Union foot ballers (Wallabies), played a match against Bristol and Clifton yester day, and won 'bTy one goal and two tries (11 points) to one try (3 points). This match is an "extra," having. Ieen arranged for subseleoint to the' framing of tlIhe official programme. Thi: record of the team is as follows Matches played, 30; won, 24 lost, 5 ; drawn, i ; points for, 423 ; against, 143. The Scottish Rug;)y Union oaned"led( the amnual lixture with igilalnd, because the ]lng li'.-i Unlion sanctionedl paoymiets to the All-Blaciks mad, the Walllbies at £1 1s per week each besides expenses. The Scottish Committee are unanim ously of opinion that these paysjpnts are contrary to the principles of ana teur fotltball, and amouant to profes sionalism. The Scott.i]ih Rlugby Union complain thlat the %Anllo-jjelsl .team, wulieh visitc'l Aus...
RECORDS AND FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
RECORDS AND FLYTUfIES. The following gives the respective re conds of the Union and Leaogue teams now In England, and the mathobes still to be played : UNION ("WALLABIES.") Septenber 26, Devon .,,..... 24--A 'October 1, Gloucestershire ... 16-0 October 3, Cornwall ,....... 18-5 October 7, Glanmorgan County 16- October 10, Pen-y-craig ...... 11-3 Octolber 15, Noath and Aberavon 15-0 October 17, Llanelly, . defeat 3-8 October 19, Monmouth County, abandoned, rain. October 24, London .......... 3-0 October 26, Olympic Game v. Cornwall ................. . ....:... 32-3 October 28, Army and Navy 8-6 October 31, Durhao ............ 29-7 November 4, Northumberland and Cumberlood ................. 18--6 November 7, Cheslhire ...... 37 November 11, London .....` 24-3 November 14, Cambridge ... 1"1-9 November 18, Oxford ...... 19-3 November 21, Yorkshire ... 24-0 November 24, Lancashire ... 12-6 November 29, Somersetshiro 8-0 December 2, Midlands and East Mid, lands Club, defeat ...........:5-...
Federal Premier at Childers A WHITE SUGAR INDUSTRY. Childers, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 15 January 1909
Federal Premier at Child - A WHITE tUCAR INDUS "(Ay Telegraph from Our Correep Ckdalers, January. The Hout. A. Reher, laldend and party. arrined totday. flhey neo t the station oby Colonel .1L.A.. ensd tnitoers aof the bire cil, and welconed. Sobooquonldy 0rre driven to tAre Padlce Hotel Itriaineod at diontor. Later orn te Itoveynd do Goo's Hall, thoaet 3M - er odldrossad a large pahering, folo cloealy oft hno limes of lite apenlocas lireed at Gy3pic azed Maryboorougt.h declared lhis doLecminatrion to Oan w sulgoor inldustry a white ?nr.