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Brisbane Wool Sales. Brisbane, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Brisbane Wool Sales. (By L1T3leiraph frome Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, .tuuorv 17. Tle sixth of[ the, 190IlS-1lO slrsies of Brislhane wool nalt, was held on Sot urllday nlolllng laItst. 'hlere w\os a good attqndhilee oh buyiirs, 1o, 1Il, .57 i)alres were offler:ed. Comljs-tition1 wras hkeen ond well distributed:l. Ther, was a good, to medinum selrction oi grlasy wools, linut no really supiyeior lots a~vaihlhl'. 'i'9here was a full sup ply of senri:ls. tr;loes, lots show;e) d an ad'vane? of 5 per crnt, aned :'ll tlee suLerior sc·iulds advanII l Sd.2 perl t'nt. AlI otlher scoureds showid an ndiltoe of 5 lper celt. The highest ,rires realisRl weore: eGr.asy lSld, scoured 221d.
Military Matters. PROPOSED IMPERIAL STAFF. PROSPECTS FOR ITS REALISATION. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
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Dutch New Guinea TO BE EXPLORED. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Dutch New Guinea 'TO) lIE EXI'IMIlEl. (ly Cnble Message.) Ieed'mh.Intetutry Ill. ,Mr. 2Iikkless,, tihe Arctic x,?pi'lrer, is ,1)o1)11 1to exphre ,])ut',h NW Gub1Iw (um11 . IHI, is Fe ccrr l .tic ,htc'k tctcclcr 1lc,' o t cites ?oi tl e , itich sctcc tcttnilh Gcvcc-r t. I't. c tl lical? ,"i cc il l?"c i iocitIy at cc ot?Iptnhgcn,
SOME MODERN ASPECTS OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
SOE i IODlERN APl'ECTS OF Fl)U CATION. It n -as ibt nii.turail itht at tlle (Conldless of the Australn~sion Aasoeia tion for the Advaii isi?nt of Science ill Ilrisbi)nl a goo.lly portioin of tillhe ,-nlllip deivoted to the conslideration of Imatt.rs romu0l,'l \ith leucatiiul. Tlih papers road by > r'. It. 11. Rlo, 31.A., (hIned master of th ollhrishanl lioys' (nrainniar School). Mr. A. Hlac hi',, A.&A. (Pr'iilpal o if thIe Ne-w -o&lt;tlith Whales Trainin College), and 5Mr. -r . Tolinic (ex-M.L.A., for Toowoonibi unnd forierly a tea;licer ill the Qupinsland ]Elurcation )Delpartmtnnti) wero of more tian ll assing ilntlrest. 'Tlhey dealt t·lrcthli-hlllnv s\ith till?";lphle oli-lljietdl Iy ediitllion ais a factor in thl progress of tin cioiinillity. Ti ire, wans a thine Sllwti tllU teiliingt of thil youl¶iig iwas left very largely, in tlio hamids of aninteurs. lThis was so ulndor 1the Ipi pil-tlarlier soatetll prevailiiig to a very great extent in Atustralita undfor t...
THE SPREAD OF THE PRICKLYPEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
TiE SPREAI) OF TIE PRITCKLY PEAR. A contributor to a r-eeit is sue of the '" Wolr·er fur nish+ anll interistinig and very infornmative article on tlhe subject of thle spread of the priekly-lar pest in Southern Queensland. He has re cetLly travelled over the taranon, lr·ichhnrdt, and Burnett districts, and hII, lilndls that the pear is spreading to ai ilarminig exPtent. Thie country now allectisd comprises an area of some thing. like 20(10 square miles o, val i.able pasitoral anid agriclhtural land. lThirty years ago a pear-pians t was oalwn to tRoelda1e Station, between l'aroons and liles, as an ornament, or for its fruit. To-dany that oni 1linit is said to !he responsible for ldestroying over 300 square, miles of country. Twenty years ago (so this eontriljutor says) thle plant was first introlduced to Gayndah, in the Bur ntt. district, and was iso much thought of tlant it was taken in-doors at night for fear olf getting Irost-!t ion. "To.dJay Gaysndah is a fl-akl tiownshil, surroun...
Laidley News. SATURDAY'S CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Laidley News. -: :-? (From Our Lockycr Correspondent.) -SAT'1RI;IAY'h CIthCKET. The Iockyer ( ricket Assieiatiin fix tllies Vscrc risllnid oil Slaturday, \wilen the reiitsii Iu.tl.t.ives os[ thle (ntttOl Clulb came to Laidley nad met. the local clev-ni oin the recreation reserve. 'ill milei)sercs of the Catton teami, who ave nlot suffllred cldefat so far this season, wern: the first to F.at. and th?.y lere lnot (liiiiposed of until 200 runs lad ieni score:d. Stan. Slinner, 1 h, mlasle 16 rules in a scratch iiiatclh schich took li-ce on the Gaatton show grleaid on S4turdiny lifst, agssin compiiiilsd thIi: respectable' score of tIG, shen ihe iad the misfortune to bie run out. His score included eight fours nd '1 six. 'fhbs other doublse-fsigure 0ormrs scre C. J. Charlton Iwhio his beual batting miost consistently through ouL thie stasoIl) 24, S. J. Cossarlt 1, P. N. Cossart 15, and " sllnldries " 15. Th'e uidlliyites hall, at the soplliage of pilay, 2 wickets down,. for '29 (T. Anlder...
Queensland Advertising. METHODS ADOPTED IN ENGLAND. Brisbane, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
(Aueensland Advertising. :o: M'THOl)S ADOIII-I) IN I.NCLANI). SIFi' tlne; * zutlary lj. 31r. tGordoi Grahiamii, lit'id of th.' pa.1s taornl 'iceulpation ,lirmah ol t he l]at:lds iaul. titne'?, wtho 1i'c.tiuri I1 to HrutSnsiLe l't ,ev n,' , lwas in hisl' otlitc this mor .ing. In the iours- of a sihort int lr "itew, Mi-r. (Urittaioiln t?l..ttled :tiatit wlital anilale to g'ivi auty particulars of his tri'p to Cata-Ia 'r t'rh i loaleslit, as his report tni the sauijtet of ihod settl, intinti on the l)otminion wils iunt-r eo Ad.'l?rationl. ]L,,rrin, ~to tlhe Fancleu 1(11(111 El%'itltoio, tie ami i tiat ( oAns- laist iiesor. *t.oari had -acaisel sacti a trr:,-nl..otsl ali -,oi-vrtieuenInt at hai ftl lowed lirt itolrte hind. last year at hPll?,l?],'?d's ilhsh. I£:. .ch necel¢ x(:nr' sinms sirt, ttIttl by fairilers, iwho l t:ened? intently 10 ?ivi &lt;bsc'ription of "heeclhnute ,aznl re.?oure:,. (?"th-, Stat.. 13y of then- fn?m'rtil't, .in ?t istdis fIled withl the condltions iin ]...
Shangani Day. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Shangani Day. rtldaey, iDernit-I 4, wans the 15th -an uivc-rtary ccf cthe tett(itlo ditocer which a-It .211 lctlr Alttlitilsono ane' tic gal|lt hIttot,:t e?t? ?lm on tlie ltle?ts te the Slhllntogt.mcl -ilI\-.er, olute Ieid-eecy i3etwtccoP Btltwtyo and thne "icitreta ]F-lto. 'lhe titluy of Si?tnllgl?t is olne of the cudettret .-pica-.es do Stouth Africoe tic toIy'", ull is it-l:CliItly cstLnterl upton the etllclllllt'i of"e ]tI oheCSileln I:?Ol-eO'S. hVIIent it trecelllc ? e1'eolelty. ?Siler tthe occlltlatinll of ?ctetclcvettlnt. eto roetretit the torifoilc-t AIl'ta-e elec loi tlltlltir ealtucs opIot the Ilias ti)i II tat, lNlll er the trl'rttt1e--t oti f c-lI ttllhct- ictit:-ItC rll. t) . t. S. . Jo ett ctit. I ocoicisrettor ef the tecuettte te-ritcery. 'ihlll lh l' o.? t?1I f c il'Ir tetw ]l i cl 1, the lih (ltntctlcllli?n?1ter•t C llllttt Ulott, ether Ill etnrlls to orrtee l t o. tecettll il or l'ntceilltrltl-l hll cattl til ecd, d?eietched IlWo lottltiwtylto t iea It ii n I mtett...
Policeman's Charmed Life. BURGLAR'S SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Policeman's Charmed Life. 11I'ILAlIl S 51OT'S. A younsg i?ende?n Costitisal.l., E?rest iuirilar, is]ihe. olr oulld oitrO a side ilcesi? an, 8ii;S,. aLntachefd to tile New street poite ete-tiato, Slt. Io-hle',? Wood, N.W., has hle a lutarsellous escape llam dsLsIt t lwhile tryilg o arrest aa rc.'L"el hlur]la, whirltt hIe fiosin,: near .L .side door oa All Souls' Chuarch, ?t. John's Weed. 'The mn e ia tid six shots f-mi at revol 5er at isi?t-blast rsnge, asf. while five Ipi·,rcel slr/te port'ion o'f t- e ofleetrl s rlo thinlg, oaid ose illaicted ?i woei, antl that a slight site. TheIlo icsr wsetL oin sltret duly tL 10i o'clock at nighI, allnld htsl-sLshe'lrr ta Inlte Ce aset eisa areucliag steer stied-ear o'f tlhir slcllrei. tlse jsllntl.tIe; a e?slle iIn-d gst' awsay, but -IIlasUaen seized she o?ttI', -he m ia:de 11o resistaLncl.e. Os searchling the ntan Iet?li sman? iouand a messuseri l ilouse-br, a kicng, iullemllena iln alis pock uls. 1 ,told ,hlin ll that lie ssould hasce to take...
Rise of the Barnatos. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
lRise of the Barnatos, ir. Henury Isaac Iaornatuo, ole of tlhe o tnderu ,if the Slouth A.lricae firuu o kloriato lBotthere, dJitl I.alu. thI :"Daely T l,.rctth") al t Iis r.ii'ridouce it 11p|er J; mitlLt-'err-c', 11., oi. itt oS r r 2t . t',htiJ ,ct bet sulttirnii fltrme itart trouble fo.' u nostildlratllr l i ile. II. UFtl'liatr. (flrmrt ia tilrl e )]tu t icjlllj'llr . hti'ltlti a tryj i.ii itai. 11, i w'as btrnI Iraico, lbut, like hi?s ,Itt' ht]et," ]k l'r £,-h, httt tnirLrelt lS y :adulto to't teh'e lame of la tlllintito. \httn quitt ; t yo u tu I,- r"IcsIit to Southi Atica to rho rally days fit theI u dieaoutd Ioo.m, ithii tll Clltltttlh hi had ItmOtlte tit i x )1t'l' ctonjur? , and t he conthil u?_,J ,i. |er irtlIiIuriacs.' , (lm Ii d te tintttllo .'eigthhlour t10i, whnt·e ,heo ilte r alet r lllch f ".ir S ig toir Irtlrtutl, rho (l'ro'U Steertll?|.H ]i"r tiuAlltiiry flo ,hit., hI t ll tts of ttceigit-eOlf |lmostw ti notl irciatied. Itoeitus tore ard io laiettie a t, ktrilrje-wa...
Espionage in Germany. A GOVERNESS IMPLICATED. GERMAN CAPTAIN. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Espionage in Germany. --: o:- A GCOVERINESS IIMPLCATEDI,. GERMAN CAPTAIN. (ily (ahloh Mfessage.) London, .anuary 18. 'T?m trial has inwn concluslde ant Leipzig of ]Sraullen Pete)Crsen (a gover0 - ness in the famiji, of a German naval captain), who, in July last, was ar r.sted.for complicity inll an attemplt to reveal to France the collmposition Of the Lnew German smokeless powder. She wasr convicted of trensonu, an:u s -in trneed to imprisonmel't for four years. A seaman nameOd Dietrich, who also 'aes arrested for complicity in the, ao; lair, has been sentenced t~o imprison ment for five years. (The attempt io reveal the compos' tion of the powder, to France was dis covered early in July last year' hy thel police at Kiel, and w.s frustrated. iCraulein Peterson and Diotrilh wore inm mediately arrested.)
International Football. WIN FOR THE "WALLABIES." LEAGUE TEAM DEFEATED. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
International Football. WIN FOR TIll? 'WALLABIES." LEAGUE TE'IAM I)BItEATEI). LonIdoni, Jlauary 17. The "' Ylhb.ies" (th(le Austral~l n lig)3 Unuon represe.ntativi) played n mateit aglahst a local emain st Plymouth yesterday, avl wet-reiori ols, scoring 5 tries, wlhilst their op ioiPnieints seeio J wlnslty goai and a try. T~he match was arranged illn ac linowfti(lpiemlnt of lthe ]'lymouth Cluif'. Itindness io the injured Au?tralios in Iihe local hospital. The hlome t(2am scoredl lhe, first try. ]arkinson (a Queeinsaunuder) asd 3VCi'JT scored tries for thlu, sisers I.efore ihalf-thnie. ThiC "Wullaties' " fo--wards playefd a !N-il fianr game. Pirang t(w second hnlf 'arkinion securleld 1 and W'Ciho 2 trieS.
Episode on West African Coast. GERMAN STEAMER FIRED ON London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Episode on West African Coast. GERM.AN STICAM\I.~ FIRED ON BY A LIElil"AN i UN-ROAT, (lty i('ahlh I,1,ssag. .) London, bounuy 3d. Adviees hlve Loeen renIv-al from F:enchl West Aflica to the effect thlat the Ll?erian Customs gu-Loat lanrk, eommollnded 'y" a l'rits?l Inaval r.eserve otllicer, firld oni a .tenamer beloilging to the Germnn-Woerminn lini . Tihe Lark has h?n reerntly ilnstruict id to stop breaches of the C"ustonl re ziinttions, and to pil-Vent tlh e · entralce Qi shipis into ].ikrianl ports which were not open to tradle of tlhe world. Dhie guard ship statiosledl oni the Can ism?oonl coast ins startedl for ILi brri?j.
Farmer's Narrow Escape. TRAIN DASHES INTO TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Farmer's Narrow Escape. TR1AIN IASITES IN'ITO) l'EAM. A liorshaso (1'ie.) tiegratan dsstes .*Inqsi ary 1i is as filoos :- A esnsationanl accidelt hsa?visesd this mossrsiog at Use erosesyn kosisaiso Nsaske's, aotsut 2(0) yarls wsest of Use 'ssr chu?st rasilway station. A farri.er I?tusld Jijnes, lack, of Lower Norton, withll a fis-'l lsorose teasa sad' ieon leli\veriilg a load of wheat att Noske's miil, anl was returling iss th4e ,diretislsn of tla town. As he imlada fetr ,tli cr5ossing, a slecial goods traitn Isolludt for I)isllbolso, Jls charge of Guard' iia'id 'l'llollllson. )laiser Georg-e tesiils. mlr F"il'?asnl Moationer Relly, left Utse IT'r haluiss stotisn. It 'ilcing, dislcult att s htis spot las s?eethe traiss. sl-ic ,was o c. ui ts, tlhe lille Isefonre iloe Ilotics:d li. ltralin aolprsasc'sing. lHe r'?ln?el in isis Isrses Jn orsiel" tis allow the traiss Is sess, but 'the iealetsr ilcanue residi\', andlll istlllln-rd iol'wad, thse stlhers folliswinsg. iust as thIe piole's w...
Federal Prime Minister. HIS NORTHERN TOUR. ENTERTAINED AT MOUNT PERRY. Bundaberg, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
Federal Prime Minister. -:o: TI1S NOTITHElN TOU'R. EN'EII!TAITNED .4T MOUNT PERRY. (By T'elegraph from Our Correspondenlt.) lund?a?lreg, .Taiuary 17. The IoFederal Prim'oe 3Misnslefr (hel Holn. A. Fisher) orri-od at Mount lPerry, on Saturday lafternoon. anrd w?as met ,t tbe railway statlion by a gat'?erlTng of about 100 people. Tile town anna w o itx ot edalcre, anod played solectlions. Tihe Chllairsman of the Shire Cooril formaunlly welcomod Mr. Pisher,. who ss thesn es corted to the Crand Hotel. Later in Ilse oaning a sseeting seas held Ian the Court-lfousnu,, ithe open-air nmeeting lmvinig hadl to be oandoned owing to lthe in eleamnt state of the weather. At 1 o:clock Mr. Fluser was anqsuotefd ,in the Odd?rellows' Hall. 'lthere sre 70 per rons present, the tickets being linitelod to that numosr. M3uchl.enthusaimu oan exhibited, and the pro~eodisgs were were blroughlt to a close shout llid night. Thllis msorsnisg the l-rif?e 3sinister drove to bount Steradman. Teomorrow de, will o...
THE LEAGUE TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 18 January 1909
TIRE LEAGUE TIEATL The Aulstralian 1L':nigui, teom played a match against thl,. represeulntilive.s oh the Welsh League, animd wee d:efeated. l'he hlome players snellr?d 4 tries and 1 cool (14 points), iand the visitors 3 triml and 2 gio)ds (13 points). iLnter. The match rcl,'ferr'd 1tl sanlove man Ilayl\1 oii the, Merthyr groun11f, ahlidl 'as in pioor conaditionll. Frawlhy Se Cu•.d a try, hiicllh was nllmonl'ertsnl. After that thle Australian full-!uck raced daown the fild, and soored a trilliant try, which was. camvertmd. Time local mnr sceorld 2 tries and a goal in tile filrt hlaf. ll.mring 11mhe tn5!55d half it na:n n gfol, apls' C?m?. a11l loway se.ressid , try, whisli AIercrai his ennvrertd. ?Mes,,lsensr did not play.