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British Shipping Trade. DECLINE IN FREIGHTS. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

British Shipping Trade. ]ttCIlNI' IN IF'ttEItfITS. (lly Clal1h? e1sutg.) .olodol, .alllla'ry 15. Our httlttutrrtl riepr.settives ot tht, Nurtit 1Xat Cuuut uttt-muttrrs anut a Ntrwcastle I"11,1Il passed a ruasoluiojl Iil itt u"attunfal tuotitagti" it, r'?,?'tllll ' ,11t1· SLI ,Iy o1" IOllnlngo 10 thl.* e Inrl:t . '1. Ttlw '. H t11 tni r 1u t'lllu i , 'l'Pr si llt lf t litnri it ltu t i l wlo tt' .haittt ru the t otttttg. . t~hat nWealy 2.(#14,0l0l f tolls of, silllippin was hilte, at. dividu,.dsui ha1 doipe . as tl y '11]v [ ?i ,(su i ,ta l iI[ . tl 1 ,'1 ' spl*a ],,1 ,,it ttat ' hip-owttrtuI uri' shtt of li rl 1- . 1 1 it11 till.t .\hl l u , ,..In ,,ly-ll.th an I ,; half millions.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Broken Hill Strike. WATER-MAIN BLOWN UP. SALUTARY PUNISHMENT FOR DISORDER PROMISED. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE STRIKE FUND. ENORMOUS POWER GRANTED TO LABOUR COUNCIL. THE NEW PRESIDENT A SOCIALIST. Sydney, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Broken Hill Strike. WATIll i- 1AIN BLOWN UP. SAUTARY PUNI'SI:IMINT FOIL I)ISORDER PROMISE?I). ,.S]J;'CRI'.PTJONS T'O THE STIRIE FUND. ENOIU1IOUS PI'OWElt GRANTED TO LABOUR COUNCIL. THE NEW PREISIDJE'NT A SO CIALIST. (lly TelegP~ lh froau Our Corruspotidtu nt.) Sydney, January 15. The town of Broliken Hill was start ltd by aunuother loud explosion at t.45 last night, the sound coming from the direction of Bloclk 10, as the meanl were coming out from there. At mid tielt fears were entertained that somun thiltg serious had happened. The po ]ice at otlte investigated the affair. "lhey found that sonic miscreantsa hd placul a charge of dynamite uudert the watrtr-unin stluplyitug, Block 10 m.if. find had (lown it up. Ti? place lwhere the explosion occurred was be twaen the South Broken l'ill-roanlm a.) Ihe Block 10 manager's residc?re, which is close to the Har\vey shaft. The pipe was a ,iranch (rom ihe moim of the Stephens Creek mine supply, al fed:l, 4the mill situated on a hill ,on the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Railway Employees. CLASSIFICATION INCREASES. MEN SAID TO BE OMITTED FROM THE LIST. ADVICE TO THOSE CONCERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Railway Employees. -:0:o- ('I.ASSIFICATION INCIt:.WI .: S .EN 'SAul) TO BE OMIfliTi) FIi,)M TIlE LIST. A\JVICE 1'0TO TlHOSE CONCEIIRNS1). W,. are inforon,.I t~hat s('vral rail w.:,. i .mplhyee.s whii dlid Itot r1011_,rv1 'the, expect'td ('lassific'ation snem?ast ? 111h:1 111$h ftrtanatllv lany 1,,-1$s 1inith at th1 railwa11y worksho)S, aNorth 1413: .wish Il' stardar, 11ait. 311 upon Mrl. * . I -1I a. langh', 11.I.I A.. in rear I t1here t,). In sol,:)t"- th, 's,.s. MIy..'h:..=ht h :.y1.-, he asc',rtiinpll). lhltl tih' li 1 nI ;.Iff't'tal hadl b 'en pr',ni.?,:1 .hq.r:.,. y f)r lo. In.,-in fact "'year.' in Itt t hr llt,' e'ns,.'. ?[i'. ,3,\:t gh:ml ?li'"Ih .11 llllito 11'113 II t~lll~ ll) h% LI ,)-Ill trIll' I41 'll-l-, Iiilt ) 1111 1. lli . 3 14|I u11' "it it l''d tihat the n "at er ,wa b l'o I lin,, ('ontn'?l of t~hat a)liv,,r to) the,'l se'e it(," hl '(n~ntive? ma-n'b .,r awl,' In.\" th it" tcas,,,hf,)r? hin."" 1I, after this, tihe Imin aliei't?,t.l di lInt gt satisfaction, Air. I)a...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Italian Earthquake. RELIEF FUNDS INCREASING. CHINA CONTRIBUTES £6250. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

The Italian Earthquake. REIIEF Ll FUNDIS INCRIEASINCG. CHINA CONTRIBUTES £6250. (By Cable Message.) Londou, January 14. The lMansion House fund for the Irlief of the sufferers b the mearth iualein Sicily now totals £93,000. In China £6250 was subscribed. Tlhe Government of 4the Transnvaal vote1 £5000, and £7000 was collectd in Slpain. Pope Plus lhad directed that pramyers shllall be Osired in all chlurches in Ital for a cessation of the earth quakte. London, Jasuary 15. King Emmamnuel has exjcressed, isi high appreciation of Victoria's gift to the relief lulrd. b thought it miost touching that people so, fior awayv should participate in Toaly's grief. Thie Bon. J. W. Taverner, thfi V'ictorian Agent-General, hlas cabled Kincr Emmanuul's tlhniks to Mr. Mur ray, tIhe Victorian Premier.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Russian Prisoners. REPRIEVED BY THE CZAR. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Hussian Prisoners. REPRIEVED BY THE CZAR. (lly CaMle Message.) London, January 14. The Czar has reprieved, a number of prisoners (including the 32 wolrkm.en who were sentenced to death for hav ing taken part in the railway strike lit Ekaterinoslav in 1905) and has re duced the terms of~. penal servitude imposed upon numerous other prison A cable message dated dth, 5thi, .Jtnu uary stated that a terrorist plot il. Russia was discovered aftl2r a protest had been made in the Duma by M. Miliukoff aeainst tlhe execution oi si'n tences of death on 32 workmen for havibng tal-n part in tihe railway strike at Ekatcrinoslav in 1905. It was alleged that these men were tried by court martial after they had Ls11 qluietly pursuing their vocations fo' three years. The newspapers hav' i:eon pr-otstin against the nuner'ous other death sentences recently pro nounced. There were 11 executions yesterday at Lodz and Nijini-Novgorol and 15 death sentences were passýed at other places. - -_ ______________...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Military Training. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S RIDE. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Military Training. - : o :- PISESIDEN' ROOSEVIELT'S RIDE. (Dy Cable Message.) London. January 15. 1,n olrder to demlonstrate the reaconill _ off Ihis recrnlt ot cder 4ln-t nilitary oral navaul lircers .lould periodically ride il' s n othree dtays. el'rseident uase vatil yest.lrdoy, i, 17 Illereurs, thelrolgh?l crAn? uel alushll. rode 98 miles swithlouL feel?na leuti glred.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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The Balkans. SERVIAN PRESS DEJECTED. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

The Balkans. -: o:- SEIRVAN DEdSS DIEJECTED. (ty Cable Mlessage.) London, .January 15. ',ihc S.er\iceu Pross is gr?anty .dejcted at th.c Tlurko-Austrian are menll. ',l. nwnspal'rs insist that te qutiloion of rhe aunnexationl of llonia an?l liortnggyi ci st.ill remcadilns n European .rlart.m iuu:l sl'\iac' voice must 1.o lole tllhereon. .\ emi-olliciel teleggraOml states tlhat tin n tlllt? n ?'ice nl-- sitply oxpre-s ] iri valt o f til, A u:.ti"o -T"rktik sh ia ,.r'e?..

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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British Trade. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S OPINION. DEPRESSION PASSING AWAY. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

British Trade. 3Il. WINS'oIN CHiiULI('IIILL'S OPi'i)ON. ilEi'illEdsit)N 1ASSJN; AW.XY. (By Caile Mnessag,.) |,Llndon .I.; ~aty ] 5. Sir. itinssini 'Iuri''hill, ]'',sidn?,lh tin lhmur,:1 ofl Tlrdeh,. soltrel~ssin 1htp 1,ic,.. i4r: t'lhatllr- fli ( i'nlllllnrl " Said thl gon a,1 'fol nnlll s o lll LT: in , ll a l unll tll tll e ,r.ltlll t thills trade- T hdelpe ·I·,tr·I,1 ml· (] t Iipre were n1tol unfavour ' , h, is ,n nothi -g shiith wald: 1, liktly h) rtalrd 'tavery. T-nhongh I,,xtl sa~ winln wo ,ul li deatl w'ith illlt illtrta ll_ fi,,anC s,'s. h, klew n h Illlnlll which wo'ultl .I lI o ;r2th lliei an'Xy init :o niai injity tohe 21 t i si: w i tll lln tt'ill| c'. Iv r si ne. I :td tieiitritaesrnory.

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Football in England. SCOTLAND AND PROFESSIONALISM. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 16 January 1909

Football in England. -:o: S,('OTAI, NI) AN) ]I'ROFES ,(I(NALI.S1. (ly Cable message.) l.niihln. *laiary 14. li'. . 31'Ila', , aniagel'CC of thi: ':tllalf hes. III r ,iI y tIi th " strictures 'f It:I Scottish Raupe.,y 1niini. as regard:l .llwaniics i. his tnam, states that thlaliswasvii.'?s to fiiotbatlcrs stir, not tihiuulht of in Australia till the visit in 18(!(1. of the 11ev\. I. 3fiullliinuxs team (w\'elih includesd several Scotch play(,lrs). lie rcei llda the Scottish Ilniiin thatl the tea l de l Iy D)r. It. IB,,:ll-Sivei-ht (also a Scotch pilay llr) iln 1lIl., receivil allowances, and thait the Wallabies arf simply follow in the lEfnliih itfona's rule. Th. y or: iiiilnhlesi. h a1sfdds, that they ar' iot 'intritgitg the hlws of amtntttrismi in iinii' sa?iape or fSi ant.

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SPORTING. Brisbane Jockey Club Races. FORWARD AND BOLD BOY WIN THE DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

SPORTING. Brisbane Jockey Glub Races. ]:OuiWI D ..AX!N lOlDl) BIOY WIN 'lAE DOUBLE. AL th1, mnAinn of tLe Ilrisilsna Joe icey Club at Ailbion Park on Saturday there waO S g'o. attendane,, a-in the i1vesttmIents nll the ttsalisatir alnol.-t. ccl to £1002 's fI. APl 1nd:] are thi results : Trial Haoulicat, iskozlt five fo'lonsg. -,.1 .itInt-c'i b.g. Tangy, -i:y l?uot loy--lIoseutc, 7.12 (()'1\ll), 1 Evo ]ution, 1.5 (Stone), 2; Mliss Grufton, ,.- (.Jonus), 3. 'wo othirs .-tarti. Ilhtting : 2 to 1 v. Miss Gratcion, 5 to ] Toinig. Won ~uasly" .by two JI*slrth~. Tim- I .6). I)iridhan, .t ITs. 'lyiang JI{2l.icasl, about six farlongs and a half.--orwari-'d, 7.2, inelu-ti?g 5lh over\eight (tltenan), 1; Com htrter, .1.5 .t(tih:n), 2; heilworth, t).3 (Hayes), 3. Two others started. IBett.ng: Ecvun mloney v. Kem lworth, ]0 to I] orward. Won iby ut I' l ith curt a halt. Time, 1.26. hIividocsul, £2 Os (-A. Graduaticlln ]Indiacp, ab:out six fur ]longs.--Mr. eofin? 9.7 (iBouatmaii), I'almistrr, 7.1...

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V.A.T.C. Races. Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

V.A.T.C. Races. IMelbourn?, January 13. The weatishcr for the s'.A.T.U. Janu ary eet'ini wasl srivht alnd cool, and therle was au very ls?'c atta.ndance. The results r..,. : liawthorn lHurtles, twvo miles 6 yards.-Akrt Dream, ..3 l-torgan), i : Eclipse, 10.10 ('itliaumsoa;, 2; Sa Gem, 10.5 (Cox), ;. Four othcr star ter. lletting: ;I to 1 v. The Win nswer, 6 to I Alert Ilaeami. \on ..y' a hluad. lTime, 3.534. h'oakariil Trial' IIandicap, s?r fur Icngs.-- peit, G.7, 1; Colon ia, 7.L, " t; dletuned, Y.7, 3. Four other star tcrs. B'tting : lvein aon:ny v. Sperry. acna by two I.angths. Time, 1.6lit. Annasvcrsa y 1Landiicap, ina tua rlonags, -Lady Ml IJdence, 7.11 IFergiuson), 1; Geli-nit., ;.1t, 2; fTrelo \oani, 6.1? (Andrwon ), 3. Seven other starters. Betting: 5 to 2 v. Lady l)il'~idnce. Won very easily bly a lngtbh. 'Time, I.se?. llowena Steel lelihae, ,aa7out two m'lr.s.-1Player, 11.0 (Woolturn), 1; Ionrl of Castles, 11.5 (IRay), 2; Shrew, .O (White), 3. Five other starters. Betting ...

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WEIGHT OF SACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

WVFlGhII CF SACKIS. The fl~lowia.. nstw 1-luw o the Ihihl 3 ] sepanntent shI ente isto caacre 'alm flu'lll hSt ,ly uxp : Is rnaz'rallij af .'. ' lfgrahi. mot :axch],5 ':2Iflh a:lh, 'he rat- t Par tn for con'sysnatr hy tilwan?, na shown ill hay-lawv *?'. shot1] apJH.\, ,nb uJS the ue11~f )f saIrCaa st'"r;,il,. 1t<il'U tinthas S0i1 rasih l1e .ain L tr ta 1 shall s;e o laa.taf {hr .Z, tlar cntis) highia-.

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Typhoid Carrier. REMARKABLE CASES OF INFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Typhoid Carrier. ]H",1.t][:KABLF+ (AS).:". OF INI:EC 'lI(N. The '1lh'haurnn correasJ-otlnt e of the "Sydney Morning ]JeItral.J." unl:,er date S.:'ary O1, saysC:--',' ,lt-o distt'o'ern. t 4yl~lhid carrier," ,n II 0 ,r Norr:s, C'lioirlt ai : t;he H]Ilt:a:?,: of P.l' IcI' !ttl.th, lcalVI.? 'h ttst..'in st readiing . :-, fOI T fl(lr fllour or Te O yPiars. HI a.s te.tod fr tyilth.:?t: I, '- in a country hlc tl:itl i 1ll 1.,, cntl n r 'ia, lerg' 1 aftr I'lt.. Th n 'l e t'vl 'II:: to n in' 11" r sta. n +l: ? ure he hlIt lice roe IOatt'. l.iOr f" ti'tln ccohAtce tt idl]. Ai.ft'r ,hart tIc -nL c a tcrii h*' .ropri. ti and his s on 'u ,ht th,' 'l.'.:l . S-ho'.' the:t lintot :e 1.i. work :i L v,'o ot' ii' t e..' on i' t i la ,I10'.. tic ',ophl c'tlic:t:ctl Iytthoid fcer. tO' hiat.' ]:rtllic:,] four t'I't.:'at' oa t iri:iks, ali tracahtc In this rcrr:'.r. Now ' ,, LlVe Iri ttit ihospital in It:, lllln 'y."+

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Fire-damp Explosion. 56 MINERS KILLED. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Fire-damp Explosion. il M31NlNRS K]I.IllE). (Ily Cable Memssnge.) LondJn, Jianuary 14. An exldl;silill if f el' u- P ocllllll l e d ill five Autl collikery, t l ileslui i, d?ii i gary, 1it1 of lthe 2;44I lillers ?ii 'h wei eI?iugad ill Ote wine til "'ere killed.

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THE DUGANDAN ESTATE. To the Editor of "Queensland Times." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

THE DUGANDAN ESTATE. To the F-ditdr of "Queensland Tines." Sir,--We sent a first-class buyer fro?. the Northern Rivers to iinpi'ci 11Ih Dugandan Estate last Wedrnsday, and he returned to-dav, aftir inslpct'iilie, witr the statemenc that hle Iliu.l !,r,, informed locally that thei owrans ,jfllth estate expected toi realisIl £S per nare for the whole prope-rty. Now, sir, as ridicullons sltaiten,nis (i this kind are apt to drive away conl settlers who come froim otIlihq loonli lies, it is just as wIll that u11,hi silat ments should IA contrhadlirt- : iIthlini tively. We c.] infoiri' youi r':u'-r,' that no estimates -f vnlu h:lia\ y 'n preylared, ain:l, ii \w, ',:ri: alfi the aniunit mIntinitdIIl iy v t::i local "Johly-lillnw-all." \\, nar' 1','1 that bLeolth oir empltir. mu,','i will Iee more thian diliiht.i At the then f 4 hi t le' sw i H i. ti section of tIl Cressbild'i' \'it\0 .. It tain wise narers io)l Suti.-rn 1 .n'v that Mr. 31'CTonn1 0\|il -1n I ;i : £12 to £11I pr nat fT"r hi&...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves reslonsille for tho opinions expressed by our correspondents.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Bpedal ?Adverudementa. C'LO A 6 Perlib.AuGnoCERS. vI ¶ ' L b'-THATIS NEWEST AND BEST IN HIOH CLASS 1/6 PHOTOGRAPHY. E .apeoialy recommend our Beautiful ARESTO POETRAITS, which are proof against insects. See Specimens in Vestibue. 1i CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. I n. ,O . I.N. I SUN. 1 FoII. oa.15.m. NewM. Cole... , LaotQr. U .m..I... R ... ...0.ise. et. SEMOBRBLE EVENTS. It M n 1 Fi Greatheatlpsw.,ll2deg.shade...1909 576 46 Sat reatheat, ps.,lll11deg.shandp 1905 5716 46 S 2no SUNDAY FTrER CUIrsTMAS. 58 48 4 Record heat, Ip., 1122 dcg. ...1903 591 46 T New Pot-Office, Ips.. opened ...1902 59 6 46 6W Epiphany-Twelfth Day. 5 47 Th Great shearers'.strike eommen....1891 1 6 47 1Fri Dukeof Clarence born...............18645 916 47 "0 Sat Napoleon I.L died..........1873 2 6 47 10 Ist SpuINDAY AFTER EN'IAY . 36 47 11 6 Jhn Seo t, vet school-nmaster d 1908 46 47 l2Tn IPLtrick Kenniffex~ecutes.e.... 19035 598 47 W GIroat lood in Ipswich ............18935 5 6 47 14Th Great eartbqua...

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THE WORLD-FINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

THE WORLD-FINDER. ft is al eKtraordionary fact (liht liltlc ovec 400 .years have elaPshd sillce Columbus' ?et sail from -Pa'loe on his filrst voyage of discovery to tie oNew World. A thrilling descrip lion of hits voyage and all it meanit. thulln, alld ilneanlls .now, 1o the world at large, together with a character, otetich of thlis, wonderful mall, ap pears ill the Mliy nulllmber of 'lPear soil's Malgazine.' File terrible monotony and equally terrible hardships of. the first voy age.are vividly. described by Mr. Walter Wood. Ho writes : "Days had passed into weeks, and the ceeks iilto the third ilonth after !eaving - home, when. Columbus, wavalching from the window of hlis I)oo0 cabin, looking wiith lonlfing e.e. over llat lonely waste of waters i"llicli lie had traversed for seventy days, 'a\i in the distance what looked like a twiMiling.,star. Yet lih know lihat it could not be a star, icausoe tle light moved to ani fro, and sometimes disappeared complete ly. His heart beat rapi...

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Fertilisers from the Air. [?]IXING ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN. RAPIDLY INCREASING OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

FertUlisers from the Air. -:o: 'tIXING ATMOSPHEKIC NITROGEN. RAPIDLY INCREASING OUTPUT. Tho converasion of the nitrogen in the air ilto a manure that 'an be bhagged fr tse or the fitm is one of tile mary triunmphle of 'ci non to hich agricghure is so deeply in delted. Thit tbI a means if cupplyieg sitrogen to be given back to the soil, to re place tlhat exeraeled by cereal, roormt, and freit crop', i. destined with eacil tcceerting year to becomne more itlpo ta?nt, goes witlout 0a inc, and it is a development in which the Autraiian faIrmer will Iteomne more and more actively inrenr?.ed as tillle goes on. ft a flfra a eolutio, of the nitrogen problem which hlas len under considelratioil ever ince Pirofe For Crookeosote. ycira ago fore a ted a nitrogen framine ill the future, an ricult of the yearly increasing drain on the itrate ,tpos;ts of Chili ?aol Peru. whith for mtiny years have bIeen Ithe pIrinocipl ources of nilrogoen it a enu. , of papers, Mr. N. K Ilburn Scot, of tile ..'nce...

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LAND AT £3,500,000 AN ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

AND AT £3,500,000O AN ACRE. The recent paltitionll amiong e.ight, 11ellloers of the Challnlel famil.y of.', small estate bought se~venty Yeara ago by Mr. Jailn Astlo for £4,600,. and nlow valueld at £6(i5t.00 ihrias a"ttention to the .remnrkable ~growth in talue of New York real estaite,. which is-said, to double itself? every, eight years. -When we ecnsider 'that Manhattan Island, on ylhich the great paitt T?' New York Citv stanlds, wis -orig-.; nally bought for sixteden doilars the prices now dlilndcedl for polrtlons oISf it are sillIply ".nllla.illg. A good 1an1y" e"a's ago a smihil plot.of 717 square feet oni th?e souti east colrner of Broad alid .W~Ii. streets was sold .i thile rate of £3,000.000 llan acre; while fTor ' , Ieighblouring plot 480) a squia'r foot.,' or nearly 34 lnillion pounds anlacre, sias iefllsed,. In I'iccadill3?: land has been sold writhinl recellnt 35 'for £to) 4 Is .4d.. a ;eqnare foot, 1or £1,49S,;}0 0 p1r crlc; o and some of tle lalInd. in the cit,- a ro...

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