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

SOVEREIW TEA Is not a Cheap Tea, but it is a Good Tea at Reasonable Price j British Grown. P/re eylon. The Bost fox the Mooy. ,, ALL GROCER8. NORTHI CAIItI')OX. VICTORIA. J. HUorgr'ave, 827 l)rumntor l-strert, North Carlton, )lelbourne, Vtictolia, writes :-"?ost winter I was alerling about two month:e with a very sntere cold. I could hardly lpeal above a whitsper in falct, some of nly fri'enlds sai?d I would loe my voice altnogtlher. Aflr trying about danlf a doeen remedien, I chanced to see on o tulvertistnet lI)r. Sheldon'os New Ibscovery. I tried it, nld used lour lottles., which conpleet:ly core: me. ?lice Lthen I ho've recomlimenled it to let of pieoDple 'wi Rool rc esuls. I h-ne throa chlildrenll, nllld wllnoven r tnhey -It ,colds. Dr. Shleldone. N?,w liscocr'y is' the stullff for thent." Dr. .h l-I don's New Discovery (ar Coogho e?nd Collds is nt unequalle? t lr'elratlon for the ctre of all Chest Cmoln ?'ointS tt"d Lung Troubles. Price, Is Oldtdd 0s per bottle. (bltasinashle ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
TOYS FOR ADULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

TOYS FOR ADULTS. Most of us have an Ineradicable love of toys, though Ullany of lus are :tshamed to confess it. Why does a aIndy who should know better purchase na "'mochanicall piano-player?" What makes a man, who writes bnrely half a dozen letters a weels invest in a type wrjlter? Why does your mtllionalre order a nLewv motor every few mlonthbs! -Because the love of a toy to play witlh yet srvives, and we tre all, thnimo oodness! children still at heart--"Thle 7-fees

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

The Turf. The Queetland -CGoernmwnt ixnl'rits to a rgi'ater extent tlu-:n iloes tlvh Q.T.C.' in roinnection withl the latter's racing at .]-Enle Farm. 'Thle ?ecoid Silsuhinwr' mcetingll wliicr ws irou;h7;i to a close on sNer Year's D),a., reult cd in a profit of £470 to the club, buit thel 'Governmnut's <lare ot 'It? stloil, per ii.isnui of tihe 'toalisatorI inx, was £C634:19s 3d. The two-year-bl'; filly by' Friah Tuck (imp.) fromn Crctonnle ins 1;e'n put in l iwork by "C. Quinn 'at'Fleiniig ton. Th -.Grand Plri de Pari s will this year lie worth about £15,000 t-a the winner. The race will '!, run . four 'a~ns and a h'alf after the Deiti, and theo alteratioii in: the dates will en-' aile 'nlt oilyi Frntcli horses to r'un in the classic race at Epson) but EAglish iorses'.to take part il the big luce set Iongchainps. Cables 'from Parhis lring us i (t'he Americani "Ho:seua'n") the inforna tion' thtl ways and meanis have beeni devised ''hercnby . he French running turf is' to...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Sporting Notes. (By "Pakeha.") Secretaries of racing clubs are requested to kindly forward all information respecting their race-meetings to "Pakeha" as early as possible. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Sporting Notes. (By " Pa'.ehi.") Secretarles of r.clnz cluhb aro'reruested to kindly forward all Inrormation re specting their race-meetinlgs t "Pal?eh" as early as possible.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Australian Meat Excluded from Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Australian Meat Excludea frnom Sweden. Australian frozen meat, after delitery in Great Britain, finds iltsway to'Cori •lnental markets,, including Stockholm. The Swedsh producers have found that this competition affects the price of their fat stock The cattle 'raisersa·f that country observed that the exporters of Australia before freezing carcases .for export find it iecessary to reoiove -? heart and lit4er and sich otheirdelicacler. generlcally described by Sanm' S?ok as the "innards." The preseeice of thesel n a' carease militates against presetvation, but the authorities at Stockholm have decided for the future chat beftoe fro zen meat gould be admitted these organs' must be produced not necessarily for consumption but as a guarantee ofgood faith. The effect *1ll be to esclude Aus tralian meat as effectually as, though a commerce regulation were drafted, or a prohibitive Customs duty imposed.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Hanling Power of Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

The Hanling Power of Hor·es. Almost every farmer will confess this hd knows of no rule for jludging how much a horse should pull on a load to be witblhn his str;ngth and endurance., .Na wise or humane mran wants to over work his team. In ploughing, in particu lar. and in other kinds of steady pulling, it would be well to know if theie isany well ascertained rule whereby.?we.o cW. measure this problem. The Illinois Agricultural College has made some.very interesting and vplu able Investigations on the point iThe" sim of conclusions Is, that tho number of 'pounds a horse should pull 04 a loaf, 5s measured by a dynamometer, shoull not exceed one-eighth of the'weight of the horse. The advantage of weight in a horse for heavy pulling Is thus readily seen. The rmater of weight oi~erateswlth a horse just as' it does with a loc motive. It enables both to stuck to their foothold or point of traction; and thus exert their pulling power to greater ad vantage. British as we!l ad'Europeha rarmer...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Judging by Points. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Judging by Points. The system of judging stock by points is being introduced at agricultihral shows in N-- Zealand. There is no doubt bhe sysin ir right in theory, but in practlne it has rol h~und popular favor in Auns traml' n Amecrlca it is the usual method of Juoi:ii,. nutd it is said that even Eng lish judg:s who ilave ofliciated at some of the great :'h nws in i;te States apd Canada have rtcinellcd themselves tc its intricacies. They have'o satisfied them. selves and exhibitors w:.h their awards. The German Agricultural Society, a State organilation which ciontrols"a number of shows, has adopted a unl form scale of. points to be observed in judging stock at those shows, marks'tc be allotted, in the case of cattle, for en ample, to breeding value (including suciC qualities .as . breeding and pedlgFee), bodily structure, useful qualities (mili or meat piroduction), and general ap pearance, rand many subordinate fea* tures. ttustria, Belgium, Switzerland, Saxony. and several of th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Exhibiting Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Eeibihtif g Horses. There are ifew grleater troubles In the path of tlhe'xhllbitor of horses than the rossession of a bad "doer."When a horse is liable to' be .upset by a rallw-y joar ney the anxiety he causs to those. In charge can hardly be exaggerated. .The only thing, of course, that can be done l5 to tempt the animal to eat sbmethlng. ann. as he probably refuses grain in any shape or forn, his appetite must te en ti:ed by carrots and green foodexcellent thlngs In their way, but scarcely the diet ftr a horse that'has to show himself oft to the best adiantage in strong compptl tion. Some ibshy feeders will.consent to swallow pretty stiff gruel in reasonable quantl:les, and this is better than nIo thing, whilst others will often be per-. cuad,.l to eat from the hands of their re.uIlar attendant small quantities of trif whlrh they absolutely declineo t' lools at when it is in the manger. It is' hbv\ious. therefore, that there is no royal road fnrethe treatment of a bad "doer'h in e...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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The German Empire. ITS ESTABLISHMENT CELEBRATED. MEMORABLE GATHERING IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

The German Empire. -:0: - ITS ESTAi L]l'.II "II 1'NT CliLIBllA TEl). 31.tEIORABLE GATHERING IN BRISBIANiE. The (Glrman eitizTens of Brisbane and distriet," tllh1ir olisprm11 , and ulllltry re oltivIs to thil ni'l:er of l.-twee-n 2(10 nId :11i00, gatiiirnd at iDlttoll Park, Montli Ihrisbain, this afllterinall, and tllilrYl c'ile;ratd wilh all till hiar.tinlss ehliaract'ristic of their rlace thile estlb lishlilent of li (U.rislan i inpire (siys Satlur;Ja:y' "O.i,!tv'r"'). Amonglst tllose who assl'lslelln at tile pitlures qml, ri'er'sil, wurle a iiunix.hr. of veter L 10 l Ilse 'illl. discllosl the Iaict that t1iwy 1had playe?d thl1ir 1 part in tll1i warlike h111our1 which i llttl addll till birth of tlh.ir lnlp.rial idleal, and it waI. to thrillin nl doubt thiat thIn cele jra'itioli h.lad the tallest esignificance. ThI roiisltitute?l tih sltiffenlinl of rull in thll4 Illass of tlheir alricultui :I. co1m illellial, an:] criizenl. . lroithir-, it:l whol 'iill,? a i athlringll of which 1 ...

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Rifle Clubs NEW ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Ride Clubs. --- : o :- .NI'?\'? \ .'<,'(O ( IATrIOCN ?. ()IIO ,iI lllt l:ll? " i,?llte s r1tmfirli1 nii. n t4II* Mlo",ireto Hi{st'ict iItifl,, tChbs AMRsint'iionl, sli· ,lt r ilr l ]ihl iell Illl] All ? A't. l -ll .~.RIII~t'[;?(]*?l, Il?'. t1111 ]';]ilrxl ) l'it~lleF· ? 'I-\·' .'?t'?Ll I(l%11)1S htnltl lh u and ? All letlC llifle groute t'a, ",' f rh' "1"t ,h e .two ailner fi,'l d" v., t hil? MIN ihl,, f1r0,, att.1r ;70)? yards " I |1?. . ,1, wh |i* \ll ' I rad (Plal n .·silI r nvIII·P fIt' Il,,. ,-1, t ay w s \ nl' ·ii t, of . l y l I·i llyml, ainll ela a s.,li li ', llm it thi| C· llh'l l e nr. l."icl ?T If e lin llI -h l 'alt l 1tih.i lull at ijun.,r','.l?,. 'rh,- 1,n 'tal \1.ll!.: .('..\ ., w', th I t " r' $ L'n. h, ,InICh \illl t 1·1|:1. ? 1,' ..1 1.1.4 . . h 1ing 1" l ri,< ,Ilh· |,l~ll '?.· ilJ)'[ ) J llilt Ii,,tlJ )l 1·II ],' l ¢·1 i1, lh I lllI?I, l l- L to u·l ) I'1, l I't, I st ll th . II%, I 11 j rl. 111, lisI ittilrs woI'I',' 111 ., .,- \ hl' 31,r',...

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CHINESE MATTERS. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

CHITN'SE~ MA'TERS. London, January 16. Si" John N. Jordon, British Ilinisttr at ]Pikin, and Mr. Ilockliil, 1.1h Ann' rican .1ini tir nt IPeklin, viitod Pliuice Clhun, and nrade a joint rep?ov?nta tion to him with regund to the dis nisj?al of Prince Yuau-shi-ki wiihoUt ani" r?e?1on being given. Both goentle omn wolre collialli eL'cevnd.

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MISS AMY CASTLES. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

MISS AMY CASTLES. London, Jaonuary 141. Mis Amy Castlres, 'tle Austrnalian so pirano, has postpon'd her proposal tour of Australia until Sltenlt~i er, ia consequence of an engagemont in MIr. P'errcy liarrison's tour of tho proinaces, and also important engagren-tr in Grnlllany.

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ENGINEERS' SECRETARY AMALGAMATED. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

1N(~GINEERS' SECRETARY AMAL GAMATEI). London, January 16. Tr. J.Tenkin Jones has. 'een electd to suCcIt d Mr. Geor~e N. Barnes, M.P'., as genferal secretary of thlie An algnmated Society of ]Tigineers.

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

Business Announcomelte. MILKING MACHINES ! WILL THEY PAY TO INSTAL. SU1ST figure out what you will save 1by having your wa6es and keel) bill cut down by one-half, as the "L.K.G." .achline will =na?e all that difference and a' man al a bohey an milk 80 cowh s in two hlours. Easy terms given. The aun chine puts an end to the lal)out trouble -and makes a dauirym" boss in his own yanrd. IVWv. cont?nue to worry, drud gery, and the constant vie cf hand-milk Ilng, when you get the "L.K.C." . M:n chinc, which makes dairying a 3 lensare, and nahlles you to milk double th! cows wi-th lDss labour t3oan at present ? The L safe, satisfactory, ond Iroved non-injuri ous mach'no is the "L.K.G." Six years' daily use on scores of farms establishes its success beyold'all doubt. You don't run any risk by putting on this machine, Ibecause if it fails to give satisfaction the "gents will remove it at their expense. FOR FULL PAR'TI.U ARS AP?LY augh & Josephson, GEN.TS FOR "LKG.' MACHIVtS AND) ".AL...

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Farewell and Presentation TO ME AND MRS. G. REED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Farewell and Presentation TO 11. AND MRS. G. REElI). Tie. no:my frien!s oif TMr. and Mrs. G(o. lie.'d asscnailli at his maother's r.'idcn.'o. .luatdnilly, on Itanes.lay niiIht, th. 13th instant (w.ites a ca.r r,, c ,rh?,t), for thie iirpiriisi ef kfiklin; fareWril e(lI maintig a presentation to theim, as they tre a.i.out to tak.e th?ir ie!airtiurie fromi the district. A few willirng handlis :nT.rtoal k to make or r.:ngamn ts to give threm a fitting '".n,:l-off." Thie young fol' in?dulgo3J in daosidti; during thi early part of the.- rijh-l: awhil.t e.rls, lndrauights , &c., wcr: plart:l at the disposal of itl:,rf. 'ih: duties cf NC.C. fell to Mr. Ted Grifilithl, whlo 'ry cr.ditas]y dis chlarped t1heml. CGood music Wans sup .I' , by 3Metsrs. Gritliths, Manck, anr! Lucas. The Messers. G,fliths Bros. very klindly lnt lf h:ir large-sited p:honogralph ior the occasion, and many fin. se-lections were pian dur ing the e:eicnmg. The lion's share of the work senoms to have ifallen to ...

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Federal Notifications. Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Federal iotifications. (By Telegraph trpmr Our Oresponadlen.) Melbourne, January l16.: The "'Commonwealth i-Gazette" noti fles a vacancy for a superintendent of mail iranch, Victoria, salary £520 to £600. Applieations close on January 23. In connection with the Cadet Corps, it is notified that Liethmentn B. J. Barker Is bonen proniotch to the rank of captaizn.

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To Our Subscribers and Others LIST OF DISTRIBUTING AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

'o Our Subsclbers and Others LIST OF DISTRIBUTING AGEINTS. Subscribers, who so desire it; will ie nabled to obtaip their copies of the "Queensland Times" by calliig on the persons whose names and addresses are given below, to whom the'papieis 'il be consigned in bulk. The charge per quarter on copies of this- newspaper so forwarded, will be 6s 6d. Poste dia rect to Subscribers the charge is _7 per quarter. Amberloy ............ E. White. Anthony ....................G. Alford. Ashwell .................W. Croston liarra ..... .........L Lewis. Blnqlibutt .............'. Sutton. Blenheim ,,............ J. Grehan. Blenheim (Sandy Creek). ................J J. Hughes. Brightview ..........W. J. Bennett. Bunburra ............ Geo. Johnson. Caffey .................L. Ryan, Calvert ........... J. Sharkev. Carney's Creek ......A. J. T. M'Kay. Coal Creek ............C. Clifford. Coleyville .......... A. F. Schmidt. College View .........Receiving Office. Coominya ........... . A. Thomas. Cooch...

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TRAWLING IN THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

T'RAWLING Th'TH'IE BAY. The Treasurer (lion. A. G. C. Hawthoru) .tnrtes that the Government lin deeidld to make experiments iu tile ay l.y deep firawling. For this pur pose a trawling net will be senured from Melbourne, and efforts will Ibe made to enlarge the locil fishing op orations. Hitherto, there has bebn Io neep trawling in Brisbane watera.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BURNS-JOHNSON FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

THE)RBURNS-JOHNSON FIGHT. To-night, in the Town Hall, the pullic of Ipswich will have an oppor tunity of witnessing thle fl?ght for t~o championship of the world *itwean ,.r white and black champions, Tominy Burnms and Jack Johnson--per medium of tir eilnematogrnph. Thle pict!lures exhibit tire two crhamopions training, thire ariosis dncidrntus swhsici orrrerd prior to thie fllt, and finally the Pght it self from tlie first round to, the stoppingi of the contest by thie police. The in troduction of the wives of the two champions inlto the films has been the means of attracting a large nuns er of the fair sex tio vier theo pictur.es in the metropolis. Mrs, Burns is seen rn tertaining a large nulmber of fashion able ladies at iledlow- Park, and Mrs. Johnson is depicted performing the same offices at Botany. The pictures have hadc a most successful run in l?ti'ishire,. and have freen niphl!y Fyrrkn of by the Press there, some of the papers declaring the films to have bieen the fest eve...

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A FRACTURED LEG. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

A FRACTUREI) LEG. On 'atirdly venini last mom?l nllce! 1,earrs o receivd a cull to mnuyt the train f iom El"k. They dlin co. iil faunl thnt Mr. M or?r. Tlhomp snil. 311i' tls of age, a rhn llhuit Byron, hiul sutaiinld in in jiiiy. aniel ilj' 1,,n .hiui ht ho 1rt- - .irh in tl ,tri:in. It' nlalplears that tilei tiin.i' iii ,o Mhr. rhimpi.an, •.,sini a tra.tutre a" his left hg. The anhalanc',, Lsur , lnvcyaid thin olf tePor toi the in lio ch hslital, her e. bis ilijury was nttentoit l to, anlt w\bheri he in likely to remlin for' some time.

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