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INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 15. DISASTROUS DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

INTER-STATE NEWS. ---: o : (By Telegraph from Oer Correspondeets.) N ew South Wales. Sydney, January 15. DISASTROUS DROUGHT'. The continued dirouglit is beinig sev erely felt in the Dubbo district, and several dairymen have had to susepel bSiuiPSs Illln d slsaild tlheir ewe ? ii imv., RIBBITS AT MAITL.AND. T'lhe rbbits a?re allhlinlr their appear aulecn in the Mnitland district in large nullllubers. *HORSE "RUNS AloJi'." At the Dapnto show yesterday, a hunter mlamcd Tile BaRb, after negotia ting a couplne of jumps, Illted, aild cleared the pilckt fence enclosing the nint. Th. horse dashed into a muggy and pairl. and thrire lnrsonnn, whcn at tempnted to stop tihe runlarway, Wlr lnockefn dowi and injiurnne. IRlEMIERS' CONFERENCE. T:he Premnier (bon. C. G. ,Wade) staites tIhat about ihe middle of 3urelr, as ihas ieen suggested by Victoria, wzlad ,a vry oend n datn or hold inmg tine nreniers' Conderence. REILEASE OF A SUSPECT. A younng man, suspectcd of lunacy, waio asirtned thnat hle w...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Tenders Invited [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Tenders Invited By ."?r. Alex l1noagregor, nrchitect, El lnborouse h-stmt': For building aI hlollue i" ]East-Street. February By thie Ipswich City Counclil : For the suinly': of storis fo'r I ino1nthl. LTanuars 95. B. Mr. ii. E. Wyman, architect, East street: Cottage residence, Bemgin's *lanuary 25. By Mr. T'. Johnson, J-:lhankl Plains: For the purlchase o[ the, Victoria Hull, Rcdlbanls Plains.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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New Zealand. Auckland, January 15. AN ABORTIVE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

SNew Zealand. .Aucklan?d, January 15. AN ABORT1'VE CONFERENCE., Tile hoot -manhufacturers a'nd opera ties herld an uhortive confetener' iii lezferenc to 'indreased wagEs.. Thie Op e'atives' Union passed.,.a n.otion, urg mig tbh- aiolitiom of risitinr. duties on im~p)ort,:d boots, as the country is-'l e irg taxed to support an industry whish could not give decent 'cond tion of clploymro at. The union ur e thil Government to stait" State. hoot factorise, and offers to lend £2, )000 for that purpose.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Victoria. Melbourne, January 15. PECULIAR COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Victoria. Melabournre, January 1. ]'ECUIJAR COMPLAINT. A comlnlaiit halt ben made ftraom linrys 'iu.n.it that at a Certau post flice hi tthait distric , wseiich was con luctc- d on I iot tl s p -.ai?s , t'M let ter-ls Wter' dtivlre ol :r a i couterl a 'ir the hari . RUTAL. ASSAULT. (.eore 1utkle,, a¢ QalensnlaM' abot ig?nil rouaih rider, 'aormterly wtith'Su tiiipe'.to circiis, and recentlv with Phieip,'s o lynmpia ciru-a 4~tavnlling .iihro .ht the Omod district, s st-en tre~rli Oat ORnd to-day to iumlirisoan nienit Ioo si monatii for brutally a?s raultiig a giril Iby striking ler weith iibherr bottle. CORMITTED FORl TRIAL. In connection withi tle dleath of iaii Johannii, iii KietgnWtct cin the. 17th instant, her ihustand yest.enday was ciin.iiaittd for trial on a dcharge f tinurtlr. PtfAl-IFLE FATALITY.. irs. Ho\nrtht, lho was accih?,ftalli -hot lust triday crith a pea-rifle lay hor hlusland, a dairyiman of Sutton (alroage, di.lrd -'eterdas cr Ier m jurtes.

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LATE COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKETS. Friday, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

LATE COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKETS. FWiday, January * 15. Supplies o[ nroduce w?re againl-. haVy, at Roma-street to-day. -Maize.wws not in stronz demanid, and realised only to Is 5d. Prime lucerne chaff mint with a ready sale. and sold u. to (is. PrinC mixed chaff sold uji to 5s 2d, anrl oaten, chaff to (is 3d. Beavy supplies of potatoes rwre to hand. Blurskins sold up to 5s, and Brownells to .6s Sd. A iusn of ewites realised. Ss. RULING 6RICElS IN AUCTION SHED. .lie following irices ruled in the Roma-streel .uction shed to-day : Alaize, 4s, passed; to 4s'2d; lucerne chaff, 3s Od, passad, to s;Cs mixoe chaf', :s to '5s 2d ; oaten chaff, 46 6d, passed, to .s 3d ;. wheaten straw chaff, 3s 4d : weaten hay chaff, 3s Pd, passed'. uiemrne hiay, 3s 4d, pass ed, to 3s ICd, asised ; -oten hay, Is 6d, passew : pumpkins, 3s ed, .pass5 , to 4s 3d,; passed; paspalum, sd~, 3d pecr lb, passed ; blueskins, 2s to 5s; Brownclls, 9d, II pss.-, to. (is 8Sd; whites, 56. TO-DAY'S: SALES.. ]aoonah....

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

HARBOUR DUES. Ut id 'putation, represen ive prin'ael ly of the Bllrieane Chanimer of Con, •nir'e, oni nd ol the Treasulrer (th:e Bon. A. C. G. Utawthorln) vsterday morning, to ask that stamp "dsus, on bills of exclhange, should bu ablolishld, and tllhat tlhe harbour dues of thei iort of Brisbanue should be radaucId. I:Rspecting .stamp dues, lr. l?awtlorn said tie could not hold out auchi lhole that the deputation's iq~u4lest would lb ac'ceded to by the CUbi?net. lI:eiasdinig harbour dues, he said he thoughlt they were doingf tihe correct tJhilng i debiting the port of Brisbane with the mnusunt they lind .dose. It iras not advisable to lIe con~tinually tinkering with hIlarbour dues. lte could iot Ipromise ally assistance, I:nt would go thoroughly into the matter with the, Arditor-cenua l of the Treasury airs MIr. Julle'i, and saT if some Milif justly could le given.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Cricket Matters. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. HARTIGAN ACCEPTS THE TERMS. Sydney, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Cricket Matters. 'TlIHE AUSTItALTAN IE\'LEVEN. IIAITIl(tAN ACCEP'rS ?HI E 'ilEII{S. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydcly, Januaor'y 15. No ofllcial information is yet at.vailatlio r'gard'ndiol?, lhttd rickt confllrncW . SIo farl Ilurtigian, 4f Queenslaird, is nllJ andy i'oi l it thlle ix cel'rt.a8nties "lo las intini'ated his iintolltioon Is occeplt.ilig th(i t'nls ai. fcred to him. 'Vlse others widl l, Inll' l lpon to give as nosl?', itsb iti' 11 d otf ou.*.1t 'wik. ttrkr.t', f t'tit Asstralia., bao f.aeO issinite to play swihli tIhe feet if Au.srolija agolillL ,the Auslraliaoll ]Elovts. l. ml th will b| comai'llrn'd Iii thuy of Pl'nioury. I luls tt'rii'o? 41 i.hr 'to re' iin? t {litay (':lI1. I':lltli~·ll? I1 1,11"o11 rlnl·) I el '|lll· |·l~il· "~ I'I's u ' i n Sll llt1e1tll r~ I]10 oJ] O iillw t wrull' a eesoll hoo st mllie inl ro 11Cl ie 11t 1?s'lteau l twing ,al;r f11ts Eigliiitan. '11 is it alk ir ll,· " h|11I 1t1h' I dil ":l'. trillhlrIit|i V shoulll:d hIll' nlnintai...

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WESTERN STAR LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

WESTERN sI''ARL LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. 'Ihe usual fortlightly meeCting of the above lodge was held in their lodg? looms. on Tlhurs'day evening last. The N.G., Bro. W. Altiridge, presided o\'r a large attendance of mnemb)I'rs. After certilientes had been read, sick pay to the anount of £9 Gs td was passod for payment to niling brethren. One candidate having bLeen duly bal lated f" wa~s ildtiatesl into thi ordlcr. Correspmondence was then read and received. The 'balance-shttt ifor the quarter was tisen subsmitts-l, die cussued, and adopted, being considered to be very satisfacto?y. P.C.3.. Bro. W. Berry was electd to the position of unditor. Accounts to t.hh amount of £8 Gs 4d were passed for payment, One candidate was proposed for ade ,ission next meeting night, aftes shich the lodge was closed in the usnal way at 9.30 p.m. The receipft of the evening were £49 Gs 5d.

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LOCAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

LOCAL StIBSCR?IPTIONS. A telegram frornt the Payor ol BIridrane (Ad. Ilurchlaun) to the Payor of Ipswich (Lieutenaant-Colonel W. T. DIeacon, C.I.), aslorg him to openl a sualscription-list in aid of . the sufferers by the receat eartlhquakei. in Italy, and stating that a btt.er was following, was purlis~lo'd in ouar is sue of T?hursday. Thie Payor has now received thie letter relbOrred to, whichl is fronm the Italian Comsular Agent iin Brisbane, anld which reads as fol lows : "Reilrrizgg to thie tolegram re Ital ian disaster relief frmd sent you ?)y his Worship thie Mayor, of Brisane, 1 wish to say that 1 ~lhOuld be obligedl if you would kindly assist in the movement by devising some means or raising funds in your minieipality. N'ot'vitl?hstanrdinr tIhe liberal donations which have already Dler made, thIr need for further assistance is quite evidert, when w?e coasider tie vast nunlder of sufferers who willI have to be provided for on accounat of serious irjuries or total disallemcrr...

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CAMBRIAN CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

CAMBRIAN CHO]R. .On Tiesdany evening next, the 19th Instant, rehearsals will he inaugurated hy the Canihrian Clhoir illn prepnratior for the forthicoming Gympio Eisteddl fd(l. Unfortunately a full suppl\ oi music is not yet available, and lhe Irdarials will lie fnr ladies only for a period of two weeks. It is hoped that a full enmplement of mnusi: will then le to hand: that, as a con sequenar, thie lchoir'i pirparation ssill thin pirocred satisfactorily. All the lady menlbherso who liope to a.ssist the choir at Gympie are resuested to at ltend at thIe iractice hall n TJ~uieday evrening next, Several of the oth-.r choirs who intend competinig at tlhe eisterldfod have already been rdleni' ing for some timn. and it behoves 1ih C'ambriinl dloralists not to ielax in 1, slightestl d·lrer the eUnrnst.nie and enthusiasm which enas.led thee' to gain their enviahld slucreesre at B llarnlt, and the choir exe:utive fe-I sure hait mnebers will, by overy mi;ais il ,their powher, strive to re iiil...

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MASS CANCELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

MASS' CANCELLEDI). W*e Iuhave bQen desired to draw atten. tion to the fact tlhat tllhe mas' which nas advertised t, be held us 31arburg to-morrow has blbwn cancelled.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

CRICKET 1ATCB. 3A very ineresting natch was play ~d on .tha show-grounds,. Gatton, on Naturday; -laesth by menibers of the Gat to'n Cricket Clul, Ibetween teams seol c~ited by J Corne, (captain) and S. J' Coasart (vice-ctaptain) (wvrites our Lockyer csrresposndit)). The game wats flill of exciting apd at times~ humollrous incidents, thi rate Of scor in, being very rapid,: over 300 runs barne knocked n I)" in three bourn. The fielding wnas la:,. iut the "star" hloers., pf the toen'. suffered badly. B ting fist, Con ey's tiam eompiled 5--. Corney 43, L.. J. Charlton .2(i, , J. D.u .2, 1. Solway 14, H. W. Grinuimmtt ,1, and G. Weston . 10. Co~sast's" teenm replidi withl 4 seckets for 161-S. Shimnr er 98 (including -n si- and 11 fours), N.'.COssart 18, and $1.. lDolmjn 13 (not out), thus win .iug by, 6 .vickets and 4 rung. Bowl ing for Cossat4 . .$kam, S. Skinaner tobk 4 wickets for 39, F. TV. Landy 2 lor 21, S. td8saif 1 for 41, and SCossart I fbr 44: For.Corneyns team, A J. Wagner sec...

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CITY BAND CONCERT AND EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

CITY BAND CONCPaT AND . .EXCURSION. .The City Band Association, announce. elsewheit their intention of giving, a conenrt 4i a' very attractive nature in b lie&' lianie Hall, Dinmore, on Sat u" s: eveniug not. The progmxnmo includes inad, instruinental, and vocal ieins. The price. of admission is only s,, ;ald thare should' be a good audience. At the conclusion of tit coacert a dance is to be held, the admission price to which will Io Is, nind. th; muei will be supplied by Uiii'ard'.' The iistfiimeainlists will tldvel' by thie. traih leaving Ipswich nat 6.20 p.m'., ann will play a nunm ti' fit selections outside the aill. s associentioi. alsoe announce their litt exuiirsion to Saniignate this sOa .stn T?h trip is to .tak place on oiturday, afternoon, the 6thl Febra ary. The fares are 2s for adults, and Is.l fo children. The train will leave Ipswich at 1.30 p.m., stopping at all. tations as far .as Dinmore, and will leave Sandgate . on the ~rturn journey at 8.25 p.m. The eveni...

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Fire near Lismore. THREE RACEHORSES BURNT. Lismore, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Fire near Lismore. --:0:- I'III?I:I: II.\CI("'IlI)IISI 'S 'II'I:l'I' . (lly 'TIrlgrpIl h fr,),'l usIIII C riII-i?siU 1'iu .)U dIeath11.1 -i- illll l. i .l i fr.. , 1 ll llll l f I.r m 1ihllllnllillr. .1 t'i:ile ?iIII..· IIIlll~lll 14 I'i.iiii llinl~·l,,..\~ 11111'11 l. ii1. .e l ,.r' ]lotel w,. .ll r 'y ,l .:i 0 thl.o ?'lual. h l,. oi d? hras,.? ,v'i, ,l+iiiii n

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Japan and Corea. SPEECH BY THE MARQUIS ITO. COREAN OVERTHROW NOT DESIRED. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Japan and Corea. -: o: SPEECH 13 ''ITE MARQUIS ]'TO. CORLEANOVERTHROW NOT DESIRED. (By Cable Messaae.) London, January 15. 'lheo Ma'rluis Ito. in a striking speech at Traiku, atroungy combated thl idca ,tbat Japan was aiming at tile over throw of Coroa. fle declard that tihe stlnuesllen t Japan and Colrn were in mutually fraternal relations, and a'ould be griceved of friction arosuo ,etween the two pIteOles.

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GENERAL CABLES. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

GENERAL CABLES. Loundon, Jlauruiy 11. Under tihe provisions of ihe Pre vention of Corruption Act, ýnamuel Harris, a enciera?l nicrchant of the Bar bican, London has been sontenced lo imprisonment for six months, for hav ing offered money to the clerk of a collecting firm in order to induce liim to declare certain goods from Ger many helow their real value. The school children at Rochester (England), recently received from the school children at Rochester (Vic toria) greetings and a union jack. These wishes and tlhe gifts have been reciprocated. The Hungarian Swinuminp Associa tion has suspended H. Zoltan de iol may, for having failed ti attend a Inmeting to answer questions resarding alleged infringements by liim of the laws of ninateur swimnm2rs. Londond, Janiary 1). Hicuter's corresipondent. at St. l'etirs hbisg reports the deaith of Adniral RhlozEC,'stvensly, who took such a pro ininmiit part in the Russo-Japanese naval war. It is stattd tlhat ihe Sultan of Turkehy's son and nine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Robet * * ·' '4 Inm the Robur TeaGir,t¶ 'nd would like everybody to ]know that Robur tea is guaranteed full weight of leat ,; in every package-generally speaking, ten is sold wrapper i. included in the w\eight, which r means you get 15%( ozs. or, m?aybe, if the paper is thick, ' only 15 ozs. to the pound in otherwords you get when y: ou buy Roburfrom ~d. told. worth more tea thani you do w: hen you buy a pound of s .ome teas. Please remember Robur - is the tea that has full weiglht of leaf in .every package : The No. 1 ,Grade is :.. beautiful a-you ought to useit. ** * ** **** *** ** *~*** * ,*i· :·iacri!tl~es jSeSrlSessessfus bDO YOU ENJOY IVIJAT YOU EAT? -f you don't your food does not do oludo h good 'There is no way to • ntalon the, issalth ano stre-gtcl of i n.d' a body except ty nourislooent. d isa o .way to eourilsh the body ex sctrovgfu the stouaah. 'fhb steacnh Pst ic.kept healbty,, pure, acnd sweet r tcstsenghg.d,~sll go doNr. aOl ldiseasse lcresult. )r. Sheldon's Digetive...

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Persian Dates. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Persianii Dates. --: d:-- ,cPpr away from Ih regular trade c-oute? of our great commercial flet, ?v- little-known corner of tlhe world, stsihe 'Turkish town of Busreh. For Tpauries this little town has e-xistel a,,the l.nlksol tile Shst-el-Atale.the 'river of the Aralbs. Situated some 39 miles from ithe iaed of the Persian "hiSaund a few miles drom 'he p an frontier, its population. 'has iws been cosmopolitan, and the Sg,.hge threi spolen are mostly mtl. But in a world of 1ch~ge, elusiness ', Bsrr chhianges .not, tbhat biisiess .js the export of SThe frait of the dato . palm, i'a n! te neighCiourhood, is of Svarieties, only three of. whida ciported in large quantities. . l~, Sluality 'is that known as Halo awa ry sweet ari 'luscious fruit i'a~ lds~ · colour, ant unlike thil owa Tamis dates sold' in pronn . carton boxes, paclkcd in/ Mar' :s Hallowio are grown in but ate quantilies, and require Oa erable imanount of cultivation, b, Ihowever, does qot prevent their retailed at a few le...

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Dairying Industry in Queensland. REMARKABLE ACTIVITY. WORTH £1,000,000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

DairyingLIndustry in Queensland. ILREMARIIABITE ACTIVITY. WORTH £1,000,000 A YEARII No industry has laouimhsd into such promilecO so quickly as the dairyieg industry has done. The staiistics for _the last four years prove that, year after year, tle industry has increased, ustil now the export trade is worthl more tlhan £1,000,000 a year. For Ih year IlOS, accordin? to f~gures s;ulpiiod by tie Under-Secretary. for Agr~culture,. 31r.. fE. G.. E Scrisvel, the value of Vt.e hutter exlortcd to owvr sea counltries was .?~],400, uhlilst the "alue of the Jbiutter nsIlerre to other Stats-s was £595,450. The vainle of the total quantity of butter exported irtnm Qteenslaud; though the revised igures are not available, will hle more thalt £1,I)00,0h,0. Ieerenee to the anniual reports of the 'Undtr-Scnretary wiii iihos how ?g?at has e'trnr thi.t increase. In 19105 lthe oans:?sn trlae was valued at £29J. dl4, andI the ilit'r-State at £165,56I9, miakigii a total of £453,033. his 1,06 thllat over's...

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Warning to Shop-Keepers [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Warning to Shop-Keepers BY ITH)E (J"I]F INSPEX'TOI. The C'hif Inspector unider thli pro visions of the Fai tories tll] Shops Act, has issued Ithe followi'gx letter Iunde. dat(le I thl instiant : - '" Compltaints h?aving ri ah?t th. dv pnIrltwent- th l; tih.I, provtI 'iettiiu s of ilt Act-r.sp)ciall.v lluhs' relaiting. to then houurro ofusuuess il Ahops--uiN fre qu?nItl- eva:frl. I anl directodl :y th1 ilo iurlalr l .he -Miniiister ti notify you that ivr-y ehffurL nmut utsl male to haver thi, Act duly r-p..ol. " As il is inicinduhd to folluw I r-rahu miuth *lr n iottulI. ('lu 4 ie llr ' Iu ' neevol-dilly wirm-n',d and aln.%olw di. r aal-i t a fir ca'utiou is to bi promptl l rportl o to this ulir.

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