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NORMAN VINEYARD SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

NORiiA.N VINEYAIlRD SPORTS. (ifleinals : Patron, Mr. C. L amley lill: President, Mr. TI. P. S 'mIer.?., 3.1,.LA. ,vice-presidents, M...sss. M. O. cavanagh, R., 11T. TIanrahan, F. G. Woodward, W. J. Watson, and .1. laholn ; com mittee-Alessrs. W. J. Gutteridg;e (Chairman), W. H. Topsall (see retury), . Kierina (tr ts?anuinr E. Starke, E. O'Connor, J. Dno lan, C. 0tootan, James "lutterid,,e, S. Dalanm, P. Snitht. " M'GCuirlt. and T. No?auan :. judsn, M1essre. H. P. Somerset, 1.J..A., A. .1. I'hipp.. awd II. I. .Sisth : star ter, Mr. P. 'Guire ;, handicap ipers-losal events. .les'rs. P. 1'G1uirk and J. 'Tapanll : prin cipal events, M1r. W. II. B.emi. The annual sports gatheringt a thei Norman Vineyard, Cooniinya, on Now Yiar's Day, has ecnes to -e re ognied as sae of the events of the year iin that district. Much has been wr?ttr about the beauty of the Norman Vim. eard (of which Mr. W. J. Gutteridgis it the pdaular proprietor), amid also about 1the quality and quantity of tim delicious...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
RAILWAY TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

RAILWAY TRAFFIC. The Railway . epartmint ran a sp5 cial train, stopping at stations as far as Goodna, from Ipswich to. SBasl gute yesteilay. The train 4ft Ips-s^ic?s at 7.40 n.m., arriving at Sasdgate at 9.25 a.m., and, leaving Satnlgate qn the return journey, at 5 p.m., arrivlt in Ipswich at 6.45 pan. By the cour tesy of the railway officials we leans that The number of passengers who travelled by this train was 132, bring-. ing in a xeveanue of £2.1 17s 4d. From the sane source we ,alsp learn tlint the total bookings for the day namounted to £121 Os 5d, representino 66ti- passengers. The tickets. issuer, e-s- for all parts of the distriet aa the seaside resorts, but among tl?a latter, tlie majority of the tickets id esed were for Sandgate,

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Western Star Lodge SPORTS AT SANDY GALLOP. SPEECHES AT THE LUNCHEON. COMMENTS RESPECTING THE ATTENDANCE. NEED FOR PATRIOTISM. IN SUPPORTING LOCAL FUNCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Western Star Lodge SPORTS AT SANDY GALLOP. SPEECHES AT THE LUNCH. EON. CO,4MENTS RESPECTiNG THE AT TENDANCE. NEED FOR PATRIOTISM. IN SUPPORTING LOCAL FUNCTIONS. Oflicials-Judges: Messrs. F. B. Bar bat, John M'Gkatli, A. J. Step henson, M. J. Molloy, and W. F. S. Fox; Time-keeper: Mr. F. Monoagthan? ; halndicapper: Mr. W. H. Bomi; starter: Mr. Geo. Green ; gencral counuittee : Non. J. W. Blair (patron), Bros. C. E. Simpson (presideant), 0. jPerry, G. Green, W. Bryan, H. C. Vinamt, H. Sinclair, M.H.R., II. F. Wy man, H. Perrett, J. Lindsay, -F. C. Lee, Mr. A. J. Deadmanm (vice presidents), Bros. G.Ceo. Humns phreys then. treasurer), E. S. Cole, J.. White, T. Wood, 1t. ],. Menzies, A. E. Deadman, C. SM'Kenzie, W. iR. Johnson, W. Aldridge, S. A. Morris, Hy. John son, W. J. Grieve, A. Ifartwic, H. Adams, B. Deadlma, W. Perry, J. 1i. Kent, T. J. Hum phreys. A. G. Cola, W. Sel lars, J., Wallace, W. Wilson, H. Callaghan, A. Chant, S. Lang don, .3. R. Ward, and i. .1. Knight. Hon. Secretary,...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Federal Matters. SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER Mr. FISHER'S VIEW. THAT AUSTRALIA IS NOT OVER-GOVERNED. PRIME MINISTER'S TOUR IN QUEENSLAND. Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Federal Matters. SPEECHI BY TIIJ PRIME MINISTER .?'. FiSHREIR'S VIEW. THAT AUSTRALIA IS NOT OVER GOVERNED. PRIME MINISTER'S TOUR IN QUEENSLIND. (By Telegraph from Our Corr?spondenct ,) helbourne, January_ 1. Speaking at the official luncheon in connection with the Highland Society gathering, to-day, thb Prime Minister (the Hon. A. Fisher) said he belies-ed that the Parliaments of Australia were not second to the Parliaments of any other part of - the world. They wetke apt to say that thp Aus tralian people were overgoverned, but he asked them to. cast thtir eyes to America, one of the greatest coun tries of to-day, and see if the Ameri cans were not more governed than Aus trrlians. However, it 'ested with the electors to declare whether they should be govdrned by several ,Parliaments or by the one great Parliamenet. In his own view lie would say that Australia wits as well governed to day, per'haps better, than any othler country in ithe orld. They were not parfeet, nor did they eti...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
New Year's Day. EXCESSIVELY HOT WEATHER. THG HOLIDAY GATHERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

New Year's Day. EXCESSIVELY 110T WEATHiER. THG HOLIDAY GATHERINGS. In yesterday's issue we nmitiolsl that there were indications that hot weather would prevail on New Year's bay. The prediction, if such we may term it, was amply fulfilled, for the day proved to be one of the hottest on record ibl Ipswich. A sibhilan? state of things was experienced on New Year's Day some years ago, when sports and band contests were conducted on the 1lundanba race course under the auspices ol the West ern Star Lodge. Yesterday, as on the occasion ireferred to, the fierce rays of a summer sun wwle intensified by a hot westerly wind, thich swept across the city and district. In Ipswich the thermometer registered 110 degrees, in Boonah 108 degrees, andsin.Dugandtn 110 degrees. Both in-do'ors and out in the open the conditions were very distressing. Still, the day being ob served as a close holiday, very many people spent it is holiday fashion, and either patrotised one (r other of the local gather ings...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

'BE RO?YAL BANK ,0F QUEENS LAND, LIMITED. Authorised Capital £1,425,000 Capital Paid up ... £492,252 lieserve Liability CO Shareholders ... 163,539 Deserve Fund (in vested Sn Govern ment Stock) .. ...... 11,500 £727,291 IRECTOIRS.-P. L. OARDEW (Chair man), TH. UNMACK, HERBERT HUE ,ER, WILLIAM DAVIES. General Eneager, EDWD. D. DAY. Head Office, Brisbane. BRANCHES London ? ? 1, Budge row, Cannon-etreet, Biackhutt I Hrrseville eansih, visiting Road- IPSWICI vale . Kingaroy Bundaberg Laidley CWirters Towers Lowood Croydon Nanango Esk (vailting Moore- Rockhompton town on Tuesdays) tRosewood Gatton (% ing Hel1 - Stantehorpe don and Grantham) Txes George-st. Brisbane Toowoomba Gyn?pie . Warwick Agents and Correspondente in all parts otAustralasia and in the United uing Jiom; Europe, America, Africa, and the i?.: s. . .. . 670 TIm! . E CO...t, IE D C,, - R TU.YERS i fi Cream in any quan `t. " y . btog"to report the Price of t O p p s cwt for et-Grade.; { ; .''; ;-'(eteAiUshod' 12,Yeere), Z9...

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ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

F _1OEWPOOD4IAP DýSTBICT .MAt z~_._ MT 2PRIgJS. :lasy towing to all storeo ý- Iaikeprn m:e;4sd per bushel ". e.8d peridotes, +n:Chef fisxed. A2.iia to £3 158 pi rton; s i oaten, £ ~Ilbto 4; Iuoeroo,A3l o' &6teranSe:to'3u 3dper'pair i, hour, to ,ks o 4€ lnbper-jt~ e ~i nl~b:d ~ s o. e e . ;Ssoed.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

COMMERCIAL. ('Queensland Times" Offico 'i'x1ay Evceneug. ]cawss. Sieseson and Sons, produce 05cr cb~aiti, report~ that "a.dy was a public hecillday, acsd conasgeqeisly. no leusinqos .-WaS duone -Currenct rates are : PARMam' Paxcin. Maum-, Prime, 04~2d ýe bushel yChaff 41 d dpruns tioeren-bags anod "."beleu in), CS ile'to £4 5e per ton ; In cen-em ,(bags ankl bale in). *830a.to *4'per ton. ý; :',:~?stosi-nbjnlotation, Oipm o qbsofation pedozen k-flle sper pair; Musoovy, as 8.Dclperp~ '$Diey-=.l -o Rd per lb

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Great Fire at Blayney ON NEW YEAR'S EVE. ROW OF SHOPS DESTROYED. NARROW ESCAPE OF A BOY. Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Great Fire at Blayney ON. NEW YEAR'S EVE. SROW OF 1SHOP1 S .lESTROYED. NARROW ESCAPE OF A BOY. \ty 'Pelegraph trom Our Correspondont.) Sydncy, A.anuary 1. The New Year was ushered in at Blamey with t the most disastrous fire Sthe -town has eicr exprljenied. A row ot. brick shopA,, partly new, and occu ,'ed by seven tradespeople , was iurnt lto the grouil. piractically notliinr 1 e ing saved. ThIe fire appoars to ihav origiinateld ii plrmises in the centre of. - the block occupied liy John Marsh, li 'eycle builder, and George Slihte, sad dlIr. When first discovered it was ie ,yand control. This shop was quickly rittod, mid the flames nttacked the. premises on each side, ill heing prsnc 'tically under one roof.. On the south S'sidc the fire iterccd the windows of a dwelling isedl by Spiliins, hnid-dresser, s a shop and rersldenc. Spiain's es eaped with his wife and child, but in the excitement a lad sleeping in an up itairs room vwas forgotten, and when eascied 'Spikins at great pwrso...

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Sensational Shooting Incident IN SYDNEY. Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Sotiitdppa#t Shooting Incident :,Iii SYDNEY. ; t, >al~egraph (ropm 4-Our Correspopdent.) SSydney. .snuary 1. - abooting sensation occurred in Clusc.1 snee-s I. oft Margaret-street, Sydney, slilil reion. A min named Thoanis W ? ,ams; a well-known florist, residing in Cireaelane, obtaslned a sulky for the ppi of talding his wife for a deiye. Wile ,te sulky was standing at his dddr it is alleged thant some young men mt lst1interfering with .the horse pe . harness. Willieimn chased thanem away., but they retunmed with reicforce edia'. and began to interfere witu the llky.i _acl eel argument rnu Even tually a -section of the crowd, rushed Williams, who ran along .his own hali uay. It is ieged that one of the men din 4ursuit struck Mrs. Williams, ?eo was seweavournlag to protect her hues land. She fell on the floor. Wdliams then drew a revolver, and f ired, as the at lds omen were rushing through thI door. A asnes unaed John Buiens fell, .hot In the cheet. He was removad to . m s yley ...

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Serious Accident TO MADAME BLANCHE ARRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Serious Accident TO MADAME BLANCHE AURAL. Madamu Bl?nche Aeral, the sweet sin" gr, who "isited Australia some time ageo, was the si tn tof a serious burning ocoident last month in San rFranmcisco. She was preparinng a dish for her hus band (Mr. Heroid Bassett), who s was con fned to his bed, on the sesul-t of ant c?nuter with a footpad earlier in i?? noretdh, when a sudden wove ut1set t chaflnglterdi, aed Vte siurneig spirit which it countain! qtpilled and fluaed up, uer loPng tihe upper part of her body. iter husband sprang to her assista?ce, and ithrio?wing a blankt over Ieis wife . suc seeded in saving her fromn a perilous situ htion, only after she had received severa buarns o her face and laands. Mr. ids set, was slhot in the kiee in tfIre on coul?er he Ided with a footpad, on No ve0lir. .. iua ats a resent of his exer tippe at the time of tie moisirp to Itis flfye itf1-injury neat eagraeattd. Ho was sa?tlatjsultly repla\ed 40 St. Maryns Iss pJeta, apgi lebtst ceounts it s'ts e...

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Cricket and Other Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Cricket and Other Notes. (By " Old 'Sport.") ' To crisoeters, footballers, swimmers land all 'other athletically-inclinef miembers of the community, I wish "A Happy New Year !" 1 hope the fol lowers of the natatorial art will re-, ceive some consideration, during this year, at the bonds of the city coun tillers.in the way. of new and smore .up-to-tta baths, for really the l 1 sent baths are no credit, to Ips?acb. How would a "jubilee" new bathing - centre go? The eld champion swim cmer'Ald. P. D. ltacdonald, should - noqt forget his national friends. Every boy and girl should know how t?-o swima. Surely, with a tidal river at our very doors, larger bathing ac commodation could be devised,, say, at the Basin? Then, as to the" foot 'batl fraternity, why not sink their diffet?ences and prejudices and again ' join hamds" with the trustees., of the North Ipswich cricket reserve and mialse the. "old plasc," their playing arena ? Last season's attendances b.sduld lbe conviicing enough that...

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For the Farmer. CO-OPERATIVE FARM MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

For the Farmer. CO-OPERATIVE FAlRM 1tAQI.INERY. At the Ierry stud farm (writes P. Quirk in the New South Wales "Agri cultural Gazaette") there exists in a nmall way all the nececsary' machin sr, for silage-nuakling, the cost of lwhich, at. a low estimate, may, tIe Out down at .£200, exclusivb of the tl?-silo. Now, wuilb it is abs-olutely neeessary that each farmer should posess his own silo or silos, the samie iec?essit'y toeS sot1 exist for .-ah infrmer Jaymii out from £t200 to £250 in special plant for cut tini and elevating the fodder. When a farnier hais a steam-eng?ue or an ouil-enine, of (i, 8, or 10 bl.h.p., the other expenses for a cutter and elevat or or blower are nout so serious. Many farmers can afford, or feel justitiel in -ee?ting a silo; but it is the cost of the nacessary machinery that is keeping back silage-masing . on the coast. 'Thlt arable land is there; it requires only that means he devised to work this to the bhesat advantage. I have talked and advocated a de...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
CONSERVATION OF FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

CONSERVATION OF FPDDER. The Wollongong correspondent of the "Sydney Mlorni .Herald" says that at 'the last meeting of..the coun cil of. the South Coast Agricultural Union a letter was read from the De partment of Agriculture informing the union that provision would be made non the next Estiimate for the em ployment of two experts in silo and. -ilage, and that they woaid instruct farmers in the mAking of ensilage. The council decided that'it would lie better to provide for the salary of one expert. and the money for the other, to be expmnded in the .making of six so. pits or stacks on tlhe South Coast. I was urged by the speakers that a practicani test in this direction would le of infinite value. It was Iaso stated that the material produced would, in a great nmeasul,. pay for the cost bo construe' tion. The dep;artment have replRis that it wsulld le illegal to explnd th¾ money in the direction indicate'd and if the pits wý-re constructed on the South Coist other districts would be ...

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PIG-FEEDING EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

In Wiltsh~ire the County Couincil ho berui inukiug eper)imflnI1s in i aC 2iIl;, aiiid haO placed o n reeerl its oonI chillijol thu t the, hilO hpork-pIud ueii ration isi corpoui-x of igalo ohou a *hjim-muilko or batter-millk, and :11 o poetatoeu or baurley-macal pd pig.

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The Great Earthquake. AN ENORMOUS WAVE. THE TOWN OF SEYLLA VANISHED TWO-THIRDS OF PALMI DESTROYED LOSS OF LIFE ESTIMATED AT 200,000. GENEROUS ASSISTANCE FROM ENGLAND FRANCE AND AMERICA. PRINCESSES AND LADIES ACTING AS NURSES. LACK OF FOOD SUPPLIES AND MEDICAL NECESSARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

The Great Earthquake.( AN ENORMOUS WAVE. THE TOWN OF SEVILLA VANISHED TWO-THIRID)S OF PALMI DESTROYED LOSS OF LIFE ESTIMATED AT 200,000. GENEROUS ASSISTANCE FRORt SENGLAND.. FRANCE AND AMERICA. PRINCESSES AND LADIES ACTING AS NURSES. LACK OF FOOD SUPPLIES AND MEDICAL NECESSARIES. (By Cable Message.) London, December 31. THE DISASTER AT MESSINA. The deaths at Messina as the result ofit the earthquake, totalled 135,000, including those of a00 visitors. The German steamer Therapia, when approaching Messina, met boat-loadsi of men and. women who craved for food and water. The beach at Messina is furrTowed with enormous gaps, whence sulphur ous vapours are issuing. Prior to the earthquake a brilliant aurora borealis was seen. Then the sea withdrew from both coasts, and, gathering into an enormous wasve in the middle of the Straits of Messina, swept biotl coasts. NEWS; FROM OTBHER TOWNS IN SICILY. Iing Emmanuel and Queea,Helena re oeived-an evation at Reggio yesterday. Immense fissures ha...

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Relief of Sufferers. London, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Rei?ef.of Sufferers. London, December 31. Subscriptions in aid of the sufferers are being collected in Canada,, and the Anmrican lied Cross Society has vot ed £10,000. H.M.S. Sutlej made several journeys with refugees froman Messina to Syra cuse H.M.S. Exmouth tooka roms Malta to Messina, :I0,00( bllnkets and. a field ambulandce. H.M.S. Duncan conveyed o00 ne-mbers of the Ar'my Medical Corps andi musy nurses to Mlessina. H.E.S. Philosmel took 15 ,doctors and many medical reqfuirements. Malta has bisMen stripped of all avail able appliances.

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Another Astronomer's Statement. Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Another Astronom?pr's Statement. Melbourne, January 1. Flags were at half-past in Ballarat yesteyday, out of reslict to the l?r sons who lost their lives n the great earthquake. The Government astroniomdr says that probably the centre of the Sicilian disturbance was nearer to the surface than was that- of San Francisoo. If that wero so, the effect would be felt more severely locally, and the waves he propaIgated through the earth with. smaller amplitude.

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THE TERALBA DISPUTE. Sydney, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

THE TERALBA DISPUTE. Sydney, January 1. The Royal Commission, which is in rquiriag into the industrial disputes in the northern coal-mining district yEs terday, delivered its award in relation to the claims ol the Teralba miners. A sliding scale for shooting and fill ing was fixed, workers r9ing concedel an advancee of lid. in the shilling on the tonnage rate, instead of tltŽ Sd, asked for. The scale fixes 7s 6d, as the selling price, and the rise and fall, above and below that will l:e at the rate of l1d in the shilling, thus giving the men lower raites as the coal approaches unprofitable prices, and hisgher as it rises. Mr. Torsylth, in dissenting from some of the conclusions said he was apprehensive that s,1ious injury to the coal trade and other in lustries would follow, asal result, of the increase in thie?hoeting and filling r rates. Special eshipment of our celebrated Eoiery lJust to hand. Cribb and Foote.'

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Religious Announcements. TO-MORROW—JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 2 January 1909

Religious Announcements. TO -31O1UO Y-a A 1A JRY t, A 16 d al's mi::sion: will be o )shd at the Salvation Army lbarraiel'5.

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