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

GOOD SOAP HOUSB CLEANING Instead of being a monotonous drudgery becomes a labour of love when Sunlight helps you. Pots and pans, brasses, tl?les, floors., and roilk-cans-whlerever soap can be used Sunlight makes them bright and clean. Remember-#unllght does all the work. at half the cost, and In half the time. Building Saoclety. IPS~VICII AND WEST ORlETON PER 'ANENT IBEN?FIT BUIIDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Mours: 10 to 4 Dally; Swtuorday, 10 to 1; mand on the first and second Fri days of the Month only, 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. Directors : Mr. William Tatlham. Chairman. Mr. 2L L. Caurdew, ir. lR. T. Darker, MIr. A. "1: Stephonson. ONEY available fobr Immediate Ad vance ht a Red~uced nate of In telest. Loans can le p;rid off at an?y lmo. Interest being charged only to the date of redemption. Paid-up Shares, from £5 upwanr.ds. "can be allotted at any time. Interest paid 5 per oent, tree of TIncome Tax. Fixed Deposits ]altes: For 12 months, B5 per cent; for 24 months, 4 per Deeds oad other V...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Heat-Apoplexy. SUN-STROKE AND HEAT-STROKE. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Heat-Apoplexy. -- : o:- .8UN-STRtOiE AND HEAT-STIROKE. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATBMENT. lel folloInning suggestions (or he prlea urlbion asd early treatmnent of sun Itroke, hentL-stroke, or Isat-aloplocsy are by ]r. II. Burnlett Inn,. Commissioner of l'ublic Health : 'EFI?ITIOX. YThe l?sal "hleut-sltroke" coels se\eslhl distinct cliosical cosdiitons. iltaLealpo lexy, &., moons ~ hle effect of exncesine bmeat. 'high atalosncul hoic teImletitureu--?not ne~ssuraily the immedliaute actionl of the suse's ryas. It may thlus occur ut night an ell as ohy dao'. lL is mott lilky Io oofeet inslolerote persons nuad those 4sone heal?th · is dlisolrdere' or 'who are 4'er, ftitguied. PlEVENT''ION. )ui ing the liot wealher everythlalg whirh telnds ?to lower (Io gesieral Icealts,. such us insitlicient resn, dissipaition, grout bodily or e?n?tal fuatigue. c., should Ie avoided. It ds dongerous to lie downli upon (lle hot ground. All etllthing should Ie light nod loose i~t. li?g. In going out in th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
EMOTIONS REGULATED BY VEGETABLE DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

EMOTIONS RECULATED ?Y VECETABLE DIET. ---+- - (irl`?s weho ent grcen pjtIs are lbouind to fil't; the'y Ca.'1lno) t hel]]l it. Ca]l I age alnd1 caullowl e. ml',lliule ll tet. It \illgll anlll stlupiJt. Ami tih1 cCr. 'u' a Ilad-teipntilecsi hIsiiblllad ia ) Ic hititli to repletion ',itil Itlilell Carrlots. 'Ilerst- are a few of the vcglLtalle lthiel'iaiet.ies as laid town at the tatlaaological Coilgiess just, hell iii Paris. The pathologist sIliiiid atli di?c?seideit at gllOat Iltlgh tlhe bInst liIlllir ti utilit ilg vegel atIhs for "he llt.sical alii l iOl'l \el rar ¶ll hllnie itillt are. l I hy stlll It ] otll Ihtl aliol.llough s me 1 tle l l l, arell. al lt\l l ai aothtie'. there alr , litllai \ l ab.I ll,,s \whic'i prol,/it', illness, ar, "I of1!1 1 ovelr-i hl u!?'lge ', dcath., Ailtel tila e.rlm*tc ni'tltcl\ · tls e ine'es ti uili'toe laid ldownstlt lil% illad ws ee I lilt tlalieutics, i.., re?lcd ialt ,i dii'inls. oltaltoess, for instance, shollld lie ,itll Itt Jiutdges, i ngist...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW RATS FIND THEIR WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

HOW RATS FIND THEIR WAY. .€ l'The wonderlful manner in which nmany animnals find their way over long distances has led many ob setvters to the soomewhat unscien 1.ilic conclusion that they are en dlowed with somei extra mysterious senSe of direction. llligrating birds (for exatlaile, which pass to atid flrom lheir breeding quarters over long dietunes of sea anld ]land llhave ben ihought by some to have the power of orienting theillselv-es by some sense aklin to tile lutagniciisl of the roiliss nleedle. Sollle recent ex perie'llllnlls on rats sellt to ceiplllhaiese the difliculty of the problem. 'IThese cxlterillents have been ctarriJal ollt inl the biological labornatory, Chlicago, a?ld a brief ac?coulnllt of 1hheat all ipears in tile "l'Field." wI''llOUT SIGIrT, IIIAIlNG, Oil ff51 1.1 ,L. 'J'he conclusion arrieti at jis that itls liavn sollle spcial a id - kll'WIl loo-lnotor Lsellse. JL was f,'Jd that thel could ln tlhcir. way witlhoitl, the secnse 'f sigh, helaring, or smell. In t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
International Cricket. NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE FIXTURES ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

International Cricket. NEXT AUSTRALIAN IELEVEN. TIUE FIXTURES ARRANGEI:D. The following are the fixture? for the Austr;liun crcket t-Uinf which is io visit IhI ohi couniir this year, as arraiged in England by Dr. 'Poido vin : May G--S, v. Notlts at Nottiiglham. lay 10-12, v. Northants, at Nor thampton. May 13--15, v. Essex, at Leyton. Slay 17-1i, v'. Surrey, at theI Oval. May 20--22, v. M.C.('., at Lord's. May 24--26, v. Oxford Univcrsity, 'at Oxford. May 31--June 2, v. Leicester, at ei cster. .Tune 3-5, v. Caumbridge University, at Cambridge. June 7--l, v. Ramts, at Southhamp ton. May 27--09, First Test., at Birming ham. June 10--12, v. Somnerset, atoL Bath. June ]4--li, Second Test, at Lord's. June 17-19, vacant. June 21-23, v.' Yorkshire, at Brad lord. June 21-2,--, v. Lancashire oand Yorks, at Mnnchester. June 29--10, vacant. July 1-3, Third Tcst.\at Leeds. July 5-7, v. W'arwiekshlire, at Bir mingham. July 8-10, v. Worcester, at Worces ter. .lnly 12-14, v. Gloucester, at Bristol...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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A FINAL REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

A FINAL R1EMINDE1l. Ilorse-olnelrs annd trilers are fo.ll lv llllylsnled lhat Clli etrie close on MOs sla'y ne't,: . t11I Idth.ln.stnt, lour ti·' lsmoar'y nleeting of thle lpsWich . Joes y' tUnli, whioh will 'ie held on th:' JIundanlm rnoecour~se .on Saturday, the 23rd instant. The e\exits r4tlnirnsl at-, tentionn re as tollonw5 :-'Trial 1&ndi sp, 20 so's, lie IfuirOllogs; \Welter' liandicipl, U sovs, '. ix furlosgs; J'o~ey Llulb HUIldsleapl, 40 so\s, sn)U Jl?ie ald ua furlong: Nonr.: HIundi asp, 20!so.'s, six furlongs ; lpiswloh Nursery H'asdieap, 25 sova, live fur jongs: anld Boovul liHandlicap, 25 o.'s, seve5l lurlongsn . It will ?e no liced that ihe club lhave substituotd na twoayear-old ra-e tor the usual Fly ing ?arndicap: and us tlerC are a large numler, of yoingsters in traits lig, owners will proldbly respolnd with as good entry. Thile club hanve decided to carry Ihorses flnt thle metropolis tio and ruom tIle course free of ihatre, ald will grant to twaners outside ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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MUSIC TUITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

* SIUsi? TUITION. In our advertising columns Mrs. Francis Mnkiu, of 1oodlud-road, anl abunces that she will. resume tuition oX music on the 18thinstant. Our A?n?ual Saun Claus CarSial now .on. Shaow-room creamed with Novelties -and Toys ot every descriptioUn. Ovibb and Foote.. itb and oote ke, p only the best aIrm, Vegtable.. ad Flowaer Seeds. Low. t:prliroes.charged.* 4

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Suicide at Caulfield. A MOTHER CUTS HER THROAT. PATHETIC LETTER. Melbourne, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Suicide at Caulfield. -: :-? A MIOTHER CUTS IER THROAT. PATIHETIC LETTER, (By Telegraph trom Our Correspondesnt.) Nelbourlw, .January 15. Mrs. Mary Holland, aggcd 35 years, a nmarriedl woman,. living with her huss band and children at Caulfield. last night placed a looking-glass on the Ikitchen table, and with a razor, cut jer tinoat andl killed herself. ?[ Ixol\ eas dfouel l:iug on the floor, withl a razor held by her right hand. A note to her husl:anu was lying close .by. TIMhe nmote read: ' Dear Fred, don't fint, lbut forgiv'e your poor bury for this rash act. Slay God flrgiv-e me, lce good to the chil dren."

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Local Government Election. TARAMPA SHIRE. CR. GUNNE RETURNED UNOPPOSED. (From Our Lockyer Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Local Government Election. T'IAIA?APA SHIRE. CRI. GUNNE Rli'URNED UNOP POSED. (From Our Lockyer Correspondent.) Yesterday was tire rata for the re civing of nominsations for the vacant sueats in No0. 1, 2, an:! 3 divisions of the Taramlpa Shire, caused by tje r& tirem?nort of Ors. 'T. O'Hrien, Charles Grmne, and Johln Fleischmnm t.hrougri eilluction of tlne. tr. J. H. Boige (returninug-olliccr) attended at the council's allice yesterday afteCnoon, and recei-vedo thie following nominn - tions :- No. 1 lDivision.-Wilhelm Ahuist Feirdinardrl Oli, of Itopeley, nomilatid by A. H. aIllntcufel, O0F.-. Zischke, II. A. Zischke. G;. Irclh, L. Nahu'ulnsn, W. lIosenblalt, C. W. T. Rios?anatt, Otto Wessling, T. Litlin, 1'. Brditen finch, F. Ziselhle, ii. Sileirert, D. Fal linuger, ad 34 othler ratepayers. jlThrmrs O'Brien, of Lower Teathill, nomrinaortd .iy Patrick ~laioon, T. Ward, 1.. IRyan, Elizaoeth ltyan, Jirames llyan, i.:bi' . ltht RItlyan, . lames Kearn ,:iy, v 1atrick R wit , y ...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 15. RETURN OF HON. A. W. MEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

INTER-STATE NEWS, ({.s Telgraiph irom our ti Corrs pn:ents.) New South Wales. Sydney, January 15. IRETURN OF lION. A. W. .tEEI-S. 'lThe lion. A. W. eriks, 31.L.C., re turned to Sydney yesterday, fron London, and declares he found no ihostility ngsinst Austrolia in E.nglalnd, lint rather a desire to extend busi: ness tIer,. 'lthe iquestion of t"ariff re formn, tic. tlcchs says, is exciting con siderable interest in Great Britain, thl leandincy of miiloern thought f;ern in that lirection. ]Ie annloullcaed 'hat the year's bustlin. at the A.M'.P. Sn ciety if Australia constituted a r, cord, tllir new iniisiriinces or 190 mnoullnting to £5,tJ0 0,Ji00. l-se in Thoroughly satisiEdl withl the way il wshilI the A .31.1'. Society made its start in London. CITlAIRGE OF MANSIAUCGHTER. A calmlnn namet l unleugh lemillt lils beeitn committed for tralo on the charge of the nmanslaunhter of. a boy na?lodl JolhrmlRolherts, eseven y-ears of ne, who sas killedl Iy falling osir a railway bridge. It is ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Victoria. Melbourne, January 15. A VESSEL IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Victoria. B[,Ilbourne, January. 15. A VESSEL IN TROUBLE. A message received to-day states that the steamer jarlbart had been towed into Alany in a disabled con dition. The ]larinart was 0o0und1 ftrom Mauritius to Melbourne.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Federal Matters. MILITARY OFFENCES. Melbourne, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Fedaea l Matters. * :o:- " MIILITARY OFFNCES. Meklbotarne, Januar The returni of tine oinces( a military law by membemne of t monawnalth forces halin een, c It covers 'thie six years fron 6iW January, 1901, to the 31st Deen 1907. Out of 2573 cases, only were marked !iy sefenoes oi:: prisonment, in 90 cases sentences strved in tde civic gaols, and t4? mamling 106 in the military .ga Wiil the exception o 554 eases "nl.snee without leave," the hand lwhich claims the greatest iumber cases is that of "drnnkenness." fenders in tliis respect numsered 2 aud at the rate of 40 per year., sre to become eflficient," is enteried, an offence against 227 men, and elastic dcharge, "misconduct," wams against 915 men. Three kindred fence s; claimd large num-be-dib ances of or inaitmtion to orders'1 uggleesing or hesitating to .o~ls order, 141': inssubodia?t'ion, 11. five soldiers deserted or attempie?e desert, 106 were convicted of rea1 camp or larracks. Onli foitr Isroko gaol. In the period o: 12 we...

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Stolen Notes HONOURED BY TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Stolen Notes Itl()orXtRII) fil TRiC.A\sq:ll. IThi 'I'rea.uIrrR! (thel Ifcn..\. I:. C. Iltt o'Rii.I) OR11 li'IIII.'Th lly ftilliillOtli iii fo ".Rniti! Pts £''rir ,,intaif.ivt) that th.l Tr|'IiLuryI', ]in fll.Utn, woul~d hl'lonour anl] if tIll' T]'Il.'reiir uiotisi whirl ur.I', .lll tll omR t*. R 11(11111i' o iut IIII on he r' :t ve'sl~g iln ?V(dney% Hurho'ur~l. Twopniozt ]' I" 1l, t S.:, con' t i nlit r ji)(l}), ,\1"1'' lron plll ' u Rhit e lll)l0t ,411 vii riii Ii e (o''r{ i i th l Il hii of 'hII t' t( oll' 1 , ai Ri('il IIIn p into irc til' onIRiICR. 01ot s'ti'l l l li itii,]? \l't "1 that l't-RR oIItes. hriql ])ll :11(? 1'i 1l. ?0{ ,rely ,ll nil ]lote?: in fu?.,',, be hon ours'e?l, butl p){rs?oIns who} re,,iv,,d tho.';? whi,'h now a?r, inJ th, Tr,'usury will i>.' ('n'u'{lpll:L fo.il' I nintit. T111111{ Un-j (JIL f,}ltnitllltl fl'attlrl' of 0 h" { i at i r sltle?tiol is thatt soimwh,)c]. ? ill h,,Ilin-r th?'ln, not of .hout ll l 11t, ma. }e abl, t, ,l),,:?,l with ?:af,,tv. that...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Federal Premier at Bundaberg. THE SUGAR INDUSTRY. Bundaberg, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Federal Premier at Bunda berg. . THE SUGAR' INDUSTRY (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.4 Bunda;crg, January 1.: The Prime Minister,, the Hon. k Fisher, and party arrived hero 'to-day lThy weri received at the railwa station bIy the irsyor and alderma, and. a number of citizens, and were drive, to the Council Oham!fiers -mo welcomed. The Mayor referred to the worki Mr. Fisher had done in conem oection with the introduction .E biounty and excisoe on sugar, of wnica he was the faither, and expressed I' hlope that hlie would long hold his prO sent position. - In responding, Mr. Fisher said weolcome accorded him at Bunda wan .thle warmest he had yet e encel!. The sugar industry was a vl uablh one, and should. be raised alio party politics. As far ast his pat was concerned, they er deter to continue the " white . Aus policy. A deputation of sugar growers"u 5rl~entlJy waited upon 3r. Fisher pointed .out that it was utterly Iossible to fix an uquitabhe scalei ,ages. for hiarvesthe!. cane...

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COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

SCOMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Friday Evcning. ' essrsr Siomon and Sons, produce Eiderchants, report that, as masTe is crriving more fooely, and the market is -not so good, the price of that 'eommodity has been reduced to 4e, ~idecrease of Id on yestrdlay's. e'Thrc is a better demand for egg, t'eut the value is unaltered. The fol 4owing were the rates paid to-day : FAas?"' ParIO . . u'.: iz.-Prime, 49 per'bashel i Cr?ba-Med, prie (luoerne-bags and ý d6mae-prime (bags and bales in), 6 ' 15s tb 65 per ton S.Pothtose-no quotation Onions-No quotation dper doen s sdto pdper? p .-e fWk-lr tololdperib . -l. t o . ...2 -

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

THE ROYAL BANK OF QUEENS LAND, IZITED. Authoris?ed Caplital £1,425,000 Capital Paid up ... £40'J2,252 Reserve LabdAlity ao Shareholders .. 103,539 Reserve Fund (in vested in Govern meat Stoch) ......... 71,500 -- £7.7,291 * IRyECTOuS.-P. L. CAMDEW (Chair man). TI! TI. UNMACK, iERBERT HUNTEIR, WILLIAM DAVIES. General Manager, EDWO. D. DAY. Head Office, Brisbane. BRANCHES London .--31, Budge row. Cannon-street, lackbutt IIfTrrisville 2loonah, visiting Road- IPSWICR vale Kingaroy DBumlaboig ILaIdley Oherters Towers Lowood Croydon Nanango rsk (visitli Moore- Bockhampton town on Tuesdays) Bosewood G atton (visiting Heli- Stanthorpe don and Grantham) Texas .tsorge-st. Brisbane Toowoomba 'Oympie Warwick A~gents and Correspondents in all parts Li Australasia and 'In the United King lomt Europe, America, Africa, and the .ast. 114 sL AND FARMERS' COOPERA. TIV CO., LTD., Zii BUYERS of Cream in any qui.s tt7, and beg to report the Price of utter t 100ls per cc for 1"irst-Grade. ,81 P '?OM?EaR B...

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Queensland News. Townsville, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Queensland News. -- : 0:- (Ily 'Telegraphl from Our Correspodnt. Townsvilht, January 15: Th:i sntormy wsnather whirch prevai :tlonii thle coast had the effect of Let layit'l,- shippingt. Tl'li s-outhern stu .: t tn o m d (lm-l tna arrived Iattd thi t i ,rnin . Thle st.mi l t i o-i'r ily ui, whil..h is d, friom Cairns tcr. iIiht. i' 1 1 hr lat'. .rsteidayt ,,il:.r, w ii- u il, to d'irsham'geop Tl'h wit.hlur to-lda is ahmow -,,I mi,'_s ai' I h." rainfall is m -, ...v? ,.t, ~ Iv ,

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Science Congress. Brisbane, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Science Congress. Brisbane, Januar 1y5 'Die Australasiasn Association for advauneimeint of science continued i motea t t th' Grammar School morning. Votes of thanks woere tl to his Excelonfey tre Go to 'the ]Hol). W. KIidston end Par nraent, lor the grant of £50B"mae lthe congress: to Archbihop D for ois invitation to the gardoen ty, to the secretary ; and ios loail rot.,ri s anl others. A iLniber of papers were re?old. considered. Undlr thee auslfices of the cong? Mr.. W.. tLnamlett, Go-ernment lyrt of New South Wales, gave 1 lute to-night on the coastal a of New South \VWales. A paper on "'State and Seo Itlucation" nwas road by Percy .. Itowland, lioa- master of the To viltu Grliinar School. Mr. Alexan loblbn. Inspector of Schools in Soith Wales. ted a paper on " iplace of RIeligison in the Systmn - Stesti II'liieationi in New South Wal , lihe oltrier sblein??s treatedr wer " Stiiitifie Teaehing and Temperaac0 in PIlublic School°," by the ?Rev. Williams : "' The Federal IFiucatid ...

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Secret Service Work. IN THE UNITED STATES. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Secret Service Work. - :o:? Ix TI?E UNITEDI) STATES. (ly Cablo Message.) ]nltdoll, .lanuary 15. TIhe e?'oi?d States Congress iast year allproprintrd i on '1arly £1,5J0.i)i00 for se etL serntire nork. 'TI:le total asrqelll'e'iol tioln leor *14ee 'purpose sef ]oln'Vutilsg lee ro?ads on tllle varleus il'anllellces of tile plullic serrlce excleded £4,700,j11e.

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Commonwealth Advertising. Melbourne, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Commonwealth Advertising. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 15. Mr. Batcliclor, to-day,. said hs had a definvi'h schcme under consideratiold for Inl)perly or:11iising tlhe Common wtaltlh dvertising departnlnet. Th'.' wlhohl of thle £10,000 lirovidjld wo0,i:l proibably be ,xpetndeil. The systomi iniitidat b*y tile last. Goverinmont w\as bt'ing contimied for t?ie plesent,. There was, however, no systematic or coll nieted way oi distrilting applications tlit wtere l.oouiliht or subsi'dist'l. It was intenided 'o have a properly or itanisid scheim insteadl of the tenta tivi, mtoithml of aelvertising. Til' qnies tion of ilinii'ation - mnd of linldinll Ilad for sottlemileilt was closely irlat?dt to advertiin-g theI Conmmonlla\iw lth, awl no tcolllplt4 or titisxis'lSiVe schelei, o'l advertising coulld ,l. iloptied except in tonjulction with a setIle.l polic' ti Ithe I(,estion t ofi ll lligration. A oin ptlte immigration sch.lite was t?Iotititi todI with the provision...

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