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DALGETY AND CO. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

DAL~'ETY AND CO. London, January 16. The fifty thousadnd £10 preference gharn off·nd in Dalgety and Co., Li mited, have all been applied for.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
GENERAL CABLES. MEAT MARKET TENDENCIES. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

GENERAL CABLfS. t~.AT M]ARKET TENDENCIES. London, January 16. Woldell's review of the meat trade aniticipates that beef and lamb may maintaoin present prices, Ijnt that the nutton moarket does not promisa well, as the prospective supply is larger asni the demand less than a year ago.

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

CLAIM FiR COMPENEATLO,. The Commonwealth has recent!y ac quired, under the powers and .provi sions contained La the Lands Acqapisi tion Act, 1906, certain lands at Bis oggera for thd purpos3 ...ot a rid range, including, an area of about 92' acres, the property of Mr. Aloa"b Sparkles, and oil which lands areleraS> ted slaugsgter-yards mand tildi. , plant, machinerq, and other ipiprdrie mnts (says the " Teheraph]"): T'1e Connonsx-lth and Mr. Spaunsse being unable to agree upqn the amount of comlpensation to bie paid and received respectively for tie landt, Messrs. Fourtlon, HUc!is, and Ma-, aish, acting under instructions froin Mr. Sparkes, have issued a writ. dl summons out of the Supreme Coudt of Queeaslandr against the Commqoi wealth, claiming £6500 );y way of como peansation.

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

ME'AT. F01 TIlE INDILAN ARRMY. The Department of Agriculture and Stock "have received from the cqu?ar ter-mnaster-general of India a circular relating to the quantities of beef and mutton likely to be required by, the Indian army in 1900. Tenders nwillut ncceived up 'to the 15th April next. The approximate gquantity required will be 29,364tlb of unsalted beef, oad 194, 5261t of unsalled mutton.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Cricketers' Motor Upset. CLEM. HILL'S FINGER INJURED. A PLUCKY CHAUFFEUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Cricketers' Motor Upset. CLEf. IlILL'S FTS.GEII INJURED. A PLUCKY CHIAUFFEUIR. .Mr. C ,tem. II IIi. vitlth tlaoŽ other.s froom tie Soul!th Ausutralolnt ricktht elo\'·I tlndl Father .,lctlning-aOn old (rietd--urte th roa t oit o f " a 2t I-3 1") hi Irs e-;tc " C t it n - otO. 'l'athlat car oa the rIted rear So iioo.tl I'ark y"?trdi?y (suys ta' . SRJineY Moruing liarall' cf the 14.th iiiutltt). hir. CLitt. Still iati ith bit te ltnseo c hI: ripght hatd iljruOd :uld the eIain ciihtK;y trtrn. ]ather Fletnong wo's cut atul bruisa:l a g..c d -al. Mr. Guhttrs, Mtr. Ciaxton, al:l iMr. ?nku't{is oath ca;:?: oci siuh a strotch. T'hle aitatllieul had IIth: tlltt oso'ac?,'dint aIry. scapeo. AFtr thie corioellout loLhilg oulc le sce;Ia t il'll exre; ta a?ltd iutontitudiowu to uith ruoit ity *ttoke .iy ly t1" tih ritt'ilttd can. "i;: fiir tttlho:e, w.ihao were al ,thrwt .ar, liteS tl.e tatr oh litl, cud dis?owrti: soul, tad cabe, ttetrio?Patl, t't tho to;:.;.,n, t;?n the body ot ti e t oUeouItr, ...

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

Imported Plants. "FI3'S FOR INSPECTION. Thie Goverol:-il-Colunlcl -hns ap ilrovrd of a sal, of fot fcor insp(,t inl" any iz rl;ted trees, pinlts, fruits, or ves.eatalol.s, and it bhas t0ir ,wied,3 t-bt it will come iin to cect on lot February, nies. The fore will Is as follow, and al shall e paid b$y tli onslsor to th_ insp;letor : For sexaminin fruits hiportrel, i]tr l,-i duei., or b?illrht into (Quren~n n.l, Ifor each a.e or aickae-ge ld. ]iOr esalllilil..- litil'Sr sLOah, tro"; snd Ilant. imporit,], introhduiil, or i:ro::Lht into QueensO lani. , for eiery 25 plan(ts or part th.r i. ull to 510. :.d for overy ailitionaIl 130 plants1 for psit therrofj ov"e 501], Ccl. For i'51i1iininl(' otlitotirs tind 0n0o01 il,:'ortld. intrlllced, or ::roushlt ilnto QueeIlsland, for iv,'re 10 sacks or pal;-k ages (ol; part 31tberof J, 3d. F.ir exsisisiiog ecr.als, pIllO. anld anriesli').a.l si-mas (olther t1han A(-1tra. lian crosws) lmplrt?:?, introduced, ri' loughllt into110 QIeeIIlsaln, for every...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
New Zealand. Auckland, January 16. HEAVY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

New Zealand. (lJ~·)ncudr rrnr t,: Ivo~: frc'. Wn~et· I?,n ,l., , he:l ih ' a n.,,? i., tlh . ? I,. etn h itol b ro xionol 'in. o '. 0 '.. A l r-ilt lit ' IIIn " roadl is 'S ,IT ,,,,_,,, ___

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Tasmania. I.O.G.T. Hobart, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Tasmania. L.O.( .Tl. JInl)?rl , J,|']nua1' "y 1 . tI he int IIIr-· tat` e nlw(ln't ' ],rI l" €,f JillY ln s ull e??hl url:ta r o'f {G ril T:'In]nis;I n\?s • , e ......... .. w s i.... d t,. tI r1 Id .silo o

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
New Railway By-Laws. THE DEMURRAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

New Railway By-Laws. TIll DEIIrIIIIl kIl QUESTTON. Thn follo-ind new by-law has loen au thlnd'is Oa fo2r lh aiwny )eportmen, t : All goo-ls osI the classes 31. A, and B, s:e:iCol is ves-ldle 1. n. al;d tihos re'er rid io in schlaule V., conrayed by rail (-a nay s?-,tica shall ,i unl?aled, anod r.;anov.l tlerl'rc'r?al oil lhb cdy of arrival, ''ot, ol tih track shall ,have i-eon placad in Iositlllats for imilaan-dag ,eaore 12 noon. Wapgaus lissad for ,elivery a:tar 12 non.1 shall 'ise unloaosLs-d -iy-lro 12 loon i.-?i followlntg day. Wolrk'ng Ihours shall io l-rlrll-tad to Illan fn raom 1.10 a.m. tol .i il. in wia?rdr. ald from G.80 n.am. to 5.10 I.155. i sunalsler. All s':ch goasds n.ot an ornoval within th ie sirso nlir?ce? shllJ. for eacrh addi tionol ad?y, sr 1part o a -doay, ,e Sa · loct to the .oslsllor ing doslllulrrage charge, n,. for each fou-r-sheelel-lJ track: 10s for eoch six o:r eghl-whn ced truck. 'Trllcks ordcrod tor the purpos , r,1 eiing looaded willh -goads, b~t not ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Cricket Dispute. THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM AND THE BOARD OF CONTROL. Sydney, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Cricket Dispute. T]lE .11 TI.\I..lIN TI,.13 .A.]) TIlIE IIflAlItD tOT (tONT'ROL. lily Tlrognllh Ifro;i Oir Correspondent.)I S~ydney, Januar~:'y 10. It it 1lloie,:d tIhrt tile s.nrgesottios of (hr Il'ayrs will omt I r.r.erte ol b'y (he lIroril nif ('lrekel (olt'ol, whlich "\ll in ri't ot uoni1t'lair0 St orthri ty. This tlrtermtirttion rillf'rnottill I.e rotmmuni roc.I it lotoessrs. Nobl!r. C. 11.1. nol lnoer (thie tluyers' rrpresirntatives) in a day or Itwo, ld ni iuvitation lo Lecx (-r:La lt tl thtln ilo .itt tie team on tie uliginal terms olTerer]d ty the board. Ertelst 'treir, lhre Wesrt Auslralion ,rtls:tr:nt, Itas Iael itnviled to play for Lthe Ibs of Austr:lalia agninst t?Sc Aus trolion IJhre:o. "lTo or I Ire ,'ncaner:e ill the Aust'? ianr cricet trnlt fI.r Eonlt.f. woill trot t.e tiled nttlil o:t?r th:e eattoch ro'tween tire ]l:IvrI lildi the Ieart o:f A?ustralin A mrsrrtriter of ttrr lroref of Control has re?sO:vd n caLle frorll thle Esngtisll othttio rties, ostal iotl tlnt t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
A Visit to Mr. Edison. NEW PROJECTS AND IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

A Visit to Mr. Ediso@n NEW PROJECTS AND" IDEAS;: One of my correspondents (says l e "Times" rcpresenltati'O In hNew irk on November 22') had the pleasume of see log Mr, Edison last week- at his is·boqf tory at; Orange.. ThMite groas 'inwT* ha: not entirely recovered' rom (I nws caused by .this X-Titay eeiti. He was in excellent spirlts, bsd nd )op? eventually to 'throw olff tho. ll.seote. - Just now. hn o busy superinladlg. a model of his now house for wsgrn, which can be constructed'in thres .iholp. He says tldi the chhaponss with which these houses could be built. would .lqail to the rise of tew tocs C fa l over~n ., United States.. II thIs were done, -ts believed thst poor people aould desert the tConements in whi?ah they are.rrne-d in the cities, and would live in house a·t a rental of ia Ed a weeli--an ains heand-of rent in' thls country,. sther 'she rent of one room wpuld 'amount to t~at sum, ?speclally in this city. Tbhe mod?i. i?dune is tractlcally cosStracteod emio, by auto...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Three Wives Living. LONG ARM OF COINCIDENCE. A CARPENTER'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Three Wives Living. LONG ARM 'OF COWICIDENCE. A CABPE-NTER'S RECORD. -The Wellington (New Zealand) cor i¶N)p3ondent of 4the Melbourne rArgus' supplies tbl following infotiation : TIhomas FVlym,-a carpenter, egd 3S, who came here from Launceston, s - charged at Dnnedin with hav ing, on February 4, 190, lMk ng a . r riod person, gone .through the form of mirriage with a single woman.. Flynn pleaided ."Guilty," and was IremaDiaed to the Supreme Coirt for. sentence. . Information secured by' the • polic showed that Flynn, ~aout seven year ago, married at Arrowtown. single woman, named Hay, by whom he .had ciildren. He afterwards went'to live in Dunedin,, and becamn3 ai -uaiit'.' with the young woman whlibn the war rant charmed him' with nrirrying inA 1901. In Novestr:r. lasthes went a.step further; by marrying another ruomW at the Registry Offce in the name of Gilivray: Flvnn had children Iby all thel eives, 'and se.ms to haved.een B'vinl with his' r;l ivib all tl n'time. Th0 second mar...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Send-Off and Presentation TO MR. L. A. CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Send-Off and Presentation -:o:-'- TO MI?R. L. A. CI.ARK. Ihk i hi, ni'ws roiaclt.sl ]arrLis'ille (wirit?'s ,our Iarri'sviilln corrapcluoldt) that Mr. 1.. A. Churk.(the popular ise iiunlant of the local firanch of the Ioyali Banil, wh, has lillNe thi poi lion sneo tha iac~h was openif ') li.iJ ,c'ived notiii of his tnlusfer to osn ango hIl fritcaf detjyrninied, altlouigh ilit notice wass Very short, to licog lis is h st1, rli?- qsaltlilis, hallt as anl ollisr of thal: ii nmd. 'als.nlo as a ri sildnt. Acorlinfsgly a sead-off was tendrlidi to himn in Mr. ]I'. Iasemacinn's Itail ry fItell on Wednesday nigitt fast, wht there Uwas a very recpresen otivte attendance ipreseJilt. r. lewis Williams occupiod the chair, having on his riglht the l:tg:eist of th1 i vrnin andrl on his lof(t Mr. ..1. Kidnar (the llllcnnn l of lit' local IbranIIch oif the Iloynl Baink). TIn following gentlelmen iron also O).eSet ll:-lMessrs. .1. L. Iiyni?ae, A. W. Scaly, I). Binni', W. Dy"mocf:, A, V. Utst, A. C. Mu...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Local and General News SCIENCE CONGRESS DELEGATES [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Local and General News -:: . SCIENCE CONGRESS DELEGATES As is generally known, saveral of the delegates to the congress being held in Brisbane under the auspices of tlhe Australasian Association for the Al v.ancanent of Science are to visit Ips wich to-day. They will arrive ,by ite 11.15 a.m. train, and, after being in fornially received, will ie conveyed by train to the Quensland Woollen Manu facturing Company's mill at North Ipswvich. At I p.m~.-tlhy will Le ac corldd 1a public rceL)tioi, ard will lie entertained at lunch. In tih - ternoon the delieatos are to bie showni through the railway workshops at North lp:s wich alnd the Cotton mill at T?st Ipswich. Tlhey will return to 1heirhane by the 5.5 p. .1. train.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Forthcoming Events. TO-DAY—JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Forthcoming Events. TO-DAY--JANUAIRY IS. Nominations-R]otption, until 4 p.a., at the Esk Shire Councils office, of nominations for the representa tron of Divisions Nos. 1l, 2, andl of tihe Esk Shire,. Meeting-At the residence of Mr. J. T. Mqnders, Silkstone, .a·t 8 p.m., of raltpayers desirous of the elec tion of ir. M1. .1. Mollov for tlhe rwpresentatio n of No. 3 division of * the Shire of BumslaS?S. Enltertninmnrlslt-lun.ss-.J olnson pictnures' - in the 'Town Hall in the evening.

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

LOYAL NOREAN LOI)GE. The semi-annuial financial meetiin of the above lodge was held in IInsm's Rbomns, on the 7thl installt. The ot. airs pre-ent were :--P.N.G.. Ilro. F. J1. Stephens; N.S., lro. S. lascis ; V.G., Bro. A. Butchalrt; E.S., Br,. G. line: and Financial scr-tariy, 1Bro. 0. W. Allen. The last-llmntionled sub mittred his 'eliort and financial sLtae ment, whichl showed a very credita:ile result on thii haIsl-snir's srlcring. ,.s pelnses in geiineral bellig iiuIi'h losIc'r lthan usual. Sickness also hiin' very much less. The report was adopted, and the offises congcratulatled oni thi: spllndid results. A rePlriIt was gilen hy BElo. G. W. Alln regai~rlin the 1rin.dlyl Si,,ties' ])isl,'nsi y's iImIien ilel rules. -ci. Brso. S. i isf, C. Fhilli is, and T. Wcolley nor elected as dispensary delegales fcr the nxt term. l\lci husiniss-shaet far the district imieet inc to bie hehl in lattonl was tl.ilis cuisesd, after which tIh lil' was closed in tlei usual iiua1nn2 .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Latest Reports. RAINFALL ON THE DOWNS AND IN WESTERN AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Toowoomba, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Latest Reports. RAINFIALL ON THE DOWNS AND 1SN W?ESTEIlN AND lhOlTlHEtN DISTRICt'TS. (ly Telegraph from Our Corretpondont.) ToWoomb., .lataroy 17. Itei co~mustuocl tho Ifall y'esteorday t terlluooa. oltd ollilllltile throughlut thle niiht,. with a rusul lt that at U o'clocke tlids monitig bie full regist.ered at Mr. IMtllrlt a reoidetle fior the itre\'ious 21 illours was 120 poilnts. It was tthu til hluwery. The rain hai s e\'.deotly Ieen genrool., judging 'by tihe relortLs rocei'oid this muortlilg. Jarkson reported 33 hoints, and still raininog. tip till 9 oan. to-day thle fo .g lllos. lisD ioj l ro corded :--Klngsthorpie, U.. pointt; Goomt bungeo, 12U plointts ; leringalsda.n, 103 itoists ; l]tilowotlt, 93 pli'ilts War s'.ck, 30 pol'io .; .oaidotwit, 141 tointts; Oakey, U100 (tita l.eRa r"ilwai y author ities relporL thit atllvitti hl\ctbecoa lte received of a full of :133 iloints at cul Ia. Itomr replortuld sotady rain ehitc Saturday, and still raining slightlty at "uid,:ay today...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
EX-PUGILIST'S DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

EX-PUGILIST'S DIVORCE. A New York message dated Decent ier 10th states that John L.i Sidlivano, once the cltan?lion IhityT-weight, tol,1d Judge Barnes, o1 Chliroo, the story of his unlhappy mar eingo, miand to-dlay ohtaiied a divorce. Sillivan tesitiied that he married in 1S83,3 and separatedI from his wife in 16-4. Ie charged his wife wiih de seirtion nodli mproper condiiet. The ex-g4adintor was a piceture of healths. l. hle\'l h nnl nr rut oaur your?as now," ]e told the Court, "and I h:ave won back momy aild self-irspeet. I amn a nei' n?s, a wnl nill nalelr take an other drink. I have killd the desire y auoto-suggestion anid faith in my. s~ell. LMatrimony is nan ideal state for a monan if hie gets it right., !:but if he gets it like i idid it is something unprintable." Judge Uarnes, the Iregistrar, andl the oflicial stenographer all shook hands with Sullitul when hie was introduced iby his attorney, and after heiaring hIis testimony anud that of Frank Ilall, a decree was granted.<...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Queensland News. Brisbane, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

Queensland News. -:o:? (ly Telegrllaph fIrom Our Clorrrespondents.) ]liiani!),o, otouary 17. .AIt the ill .i;11W'i: II I I f III ?1' loIlil of ti1 Aootrolorioo ,,rit itibn 1o1 11¾ odoance mIll of Si1lo- n ageo uir fdo g?l ls 0l1d i1clllur10 i f1'i 11 e r l s llso iltioll uisilid 31101rt Iby 4It 11± stoonet .11?101 3f1t S'lrly' ' 11 hlL 111110 (Itll 10h1h, iluci0la . wHretChlli.\. w-le et1.ralin ld at ]llll th. 11r1h - . It II h111111" l of lh I?le ,at?'s, Ipresented" .Mr. .I. Shirhey, ]H.Sc.. anld .M.1 .?hMirivy (wlo h1re'. .lhv.. acthng siided~rt: xwith ])e.r)&amp;lt;. a?s ai tokenl of g-r';I lilldr. \11ic . i\ t l Il co)rlllp tiolll m1 1 1110 I' 1w. ifo0 llo t 1I rlto '11 il I I .. 11.i 0 I I, ).oF - l'-? lil r('l · , l ,,.ll: ,,\'hl In , . :ltil]-Ihdrn chilhd. TILL oll~ice ]la w,. 1,',

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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INTER-STATE NEWS. Victoria. THE STEAMER EVERDALE. Melbourne, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909

INTER-STATE NEWS. (By Telegrtptl from Our Cotreslpondont.) Victoria. M-lltournt. dTuary 17. Tihe sten'an-.r F~ei,.l\ell, s|,l'lck o. ,su~l~mer .inl 0~ol 'jc. i]1 Iln s - Stra l'" 1 w\hile .onlllld froml Ntew :%,ielall:l in 3ltllbourne, 41?( was sIet' ul lo itd in Du l k t thit 'mtlelig. Itt is clt.side'' tht t-es d ,, sstet ol .tttttatt l from{?, l found er?'tin by her?" ,it fa l.'g-'; |tott11 Neurl' nll the .€!inn._. is o, .thin 1port side, alwl fullyt~ .40 pilt?'s have'e ,nz ema'rk adr for r'?emovazl. 'l~lw ?lUt nolzl'ld on)

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