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TARIFF REFORMER ELECTED. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

TAkRIFF REFORMER ELECfTED. aiopdao, JUammuy 17. IS. ruc gatn e I ewdi~gate. a Tariff dImer.l hae 'beau a lectad uoapPosad, t O` represent the Northern or lanaorbh'divi eloan : Wea'wick in th eoouse ao Com mods.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
GENERAL CABLES. AFFAIRS IN CHINA. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

1G.tNE AL GABLES. ;!.ArPA.h6' IN -4411NA. L 1 don 'Jiwuary 17. 'Pzxnie Ching has. assured OhoIUs bh .Wd Mnerlcat Ministers aer. Pekin that theb BIssssal0 -YuaniShih-1C83 dohs-mot imply ae' 6hni e is Chtlna policy.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

effe~F~qhun add !n' fesauad to swhin, arni adds pleaasur to 1saailtlg. rocurflAblO at LoDU PhTr 7 miaed; Clinmsts, Ipawcohb. 07

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
DEATH OF LORD AMHERST. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

DI ATh1 OF LOIRD AMHEhST. London. Janatry 18. TIhe death Is aninunwed of Lond AIn a lsit. at Hackney, of appollcaY. It is undertood hlot anxiety causal by losses, and the sale, some time ago, of lil 8plehlrid lilriary. impairod Lond Ani lerat's hiealti, aod hasltened' le mnd.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
KING EDWARD AT BERLIN. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

RING EDWARiD AT EhERLTN. London; Jiam1ary 18. I ii a iy prepnmi nI a vivi. -elmw, fo his Mhajesly King ld~oad TII

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
LORD GLENESK'S ESTATES. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

- "LORD GLENESK'S ESTATES. London, Jdunoary 17. The estato of d ue Inat .Lord Olenook is viluod at '£Si7O,55. .Practically the' whole of It. has been bequeathed to his disghot . the - Countess liathorst.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRADE DISPUTES IN GERMANY. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

TRAhDE DISPUTES IN GEIIIdNY' . London, January 17. A debato is procoodiig in trhs Germn, j on 41 bil fori lhe crration ol " iioa4lon boa'di of- omployjer, and wat#'men for the settlomont of, trade dis Sputes. .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Local Government. ANNUAL ELECTIONS. CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Local Governunent. ANNUAL ELECTIONS. CITY COUNCIL. , . / -. s Elsewhbre it is waqunced that Mr. A. E. O'Lca.has h~ rquestl . to ' ellow 'hip Bel.;fl r be .: ominaated for * the- n.pdentatic -of the West Ward, ai" the Ipswich City (BOucil, and that he hia?.t. complied with the nequcf t. Alid. Johiasoht't*e +etiring: iul?irlan,. ,i.lso annie *1 at is ei.iabiting

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boxing Contests. GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION. Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

"Boxing Contests. GOVIitNMIENT SUMI'EVISION. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, JaInuIry 18. 'The Cabinet. t-<lay, dealt with heo question of controlling boxing contests, and Zcolded 'that during the next nessloni of ParlHlawort legislation should be in troducled gi'vilgol .Govor\ouet thee no cessary power to "kexcdcise a hiipervision, which the 'law dooe not now satl?sector ily (eroxlde. - - ho-M-lnmiore - (Mr.--- Wado). stated tlhat totual pJrohBlbitio was out of the quostion, for no reasonalile .person would coptoenid that the art ol -box)ig had aot a goUd Umsly. groullds to re co?tmend it, i' . wns's ln excellent form of "oliet;s 'which gave activity of miid and body, and en.blod. very mcon, 0in tlho iodur of need, to protect hiscelf. In the anetitlimo the Goverintult, "he said, had decidel? o' take. aclono in any boxing contest n '"lhich h-ll-fig?ltg ~as inteided I to be alldlofd, "or ahorse gloves of less than Soz . "weight were to be used. This would ap...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Our Boonah Letter. (From Our Own Correspondent.) POST-OFFICE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Our Boenah Letter. (From Our Own Correspondent.). SPOST-OFFICE RITURNS. Tihe following figures, I?imdly supplied by Mr. G. .1. Dodd (post-master at Boo nah), are of interest, slpowing a they do thq amount oflgeneral uisntes~ trass acted dura'g 190 :--Money-onders issueSl, £1679 10s 2d; certificate of transfers. £153 10s d ; postal-notes sold. £1473 es Ld ; stamps sold, £956 ; maoney orders poundage, £473 12s qd ; ?otes pad., £3e6 3s Cd; rrmtttanees, £2374 Is;. Vouchers paid, £6?3 3s 7df, Saw' lugs Bank business-deposits an. with drawals. £18,839 4s 5d ; duty ste~psu. sold, £145 17s 9d ; 4onijs received. 1196 : lftters. 147,460 , ost-cards. 30,70~0 padclrs, 71.yi00 l ewn? ers, 135,240 ; parcels, 13. ThFe number of telegrams forw rdJd was?n 2565, and the strumber recei've 2217. TRAFFIC RETURNS. The railvwy trafle returns fcr the past nwek w?ore :-Forwarded-lbutter. 566, Ixe? eggs, 60 cases ; cream, 061 gallons ; poultry, 24 crates ; uner?le waters, :3 oases; gfenarnl mrchandise, 4 ton...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Science Congress. DELEGATES IN IPSWICH. VISIT TO INDUSTRIAL WORKS. VISITORS ENTERTAINED. BRIEF SPEECHES. EXPRESSIONS OF APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Science Congress. -'0: rDELEGAT 'S IN IPSWICTH. VISIT TO INDUSTRIAL WORKS. VISITORS ENTERTAINED. BRIEF SPEECHES. EX:PRES-IloNS OF A'PPRECIA TION. IHaplily for the imeifiers of the Aus tralasian Association for rthl Advance Imeant 'of Sciencn. wl:o visit-d 1pswich veyt'SerLrdaay in weatlepr was esx!perieslced. Adnrittedly the visitors spent a moino inlitrest-ing lday. Tllf only reiret was that l)te iine passed all too quickily and thlose fronm afar who camne lhre to ge<t information regardipg local indus tries 'and the resources of tih district haIj, pulrsulnt to arlralngenbent, to leave lthI city l4sore thly lhadt rscn hal f o lia t they woud lidave liked to sie rdcl halnl of what their hosts scould! have sl-,vn only toen dellihlhiel to slhow llthrul. ilUe was foindtl to visit the Quleenslanil Woollirn M?inuifa..:ring (tCompaily's mill nt Nsrth Ipswich) ; tlhe railway workslhops at North Ipfs-icili anill' Alssrs. Jlo\yce iBros. cotton-mill, at E tasf h l1pswicri, but the ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ESK SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

SHIRE. W'ests' AV .iWas . oiiunatioo-dnS in ti nueetase ,eth the Ees Shire Council e llelct dorna1 re firiing- n emn e rs were Cra '=Jobns 1 -At O M i No. lidivisioo, W: BRov' etIvr ; No., 2 divilion, and / C.G ýlye, No. 3divisks4o. The. rt-iei2 "t4,'o councillors. {lid not ` eekre-eItetr tonr -MrT C. Pr$Ade, the' s tli fflseejattended. at t3ie shire officJ, 1ue ,'a rd. hoeived the osnina "::iosis apif'Xr'Tharniee Jirroarse ,(p for mer;7nerriler eolfthe council) for tlhi re tpp ýyt of~ No. Adivision, Mr. ±'I aderick ,aý}omppon, for. No. 2 divi sieon, an ;fi iec8,..H J?. Ajnrdncr nao C: Gessrs y" for: No ..3 division. Messrs.. niad Tlhopsos will. .tlherwfort..'at,,,n,1Q ay, lie, declared duly Sleetgd ~he i' ws! aThe nooi r .etaons ear as. follow: Thormas1 'Bnanis, '`of Sianley River, hbolnanted, iy .J ' Sjrsnr, P. Clifford, James qlifford, C. A. Christensen, 'A. H. Keep, ,, X Droeid, JobiinWilliamss, 4'PO,. 2 DIVISION....... ^'Fredez'iek'flio Tmpson, of Esk, rromi' aei by-- ILehnr.I-...

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PURGA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

ttVURGUA sHf. ·Th SOonsidmwmtie .ittJ t As bdii evinacd iLo epctI9-% with the faiheozrnsg an I'e'd :1 (hie ptoe shire. cM. t 1OC.iconcs, -wh re ellmuion c )"/tisse. 'rmnjr4 njrnesenltation of No. 1 -'dhiiistfs, #d fisn tely dklided 'ot to W eelez . . In aoll pnsadlly, how-' - b try thsp ? iiI be a-cointest for this 4V dh1,. " ,. /i. Jones, ci GCodin, -a: cr r c wliis llotendtus t. somnitAte, janjt t, q i inoe fln htlisly.thot 3r. A. dos* t S it. 3- gmihSnck s si aso. iecome, a iop didstS ion 'r t ivi ion. It is togt tIntl til rethinst conher S tor -ifo. 21dsielons, r . .ldguWm, ani he s re-elect#d suwprosft l11CIThere es·. . pass, = :6fiivtAf y M. fivt,.er, sill ha" oinatest (or .o: 0 dnisie,. The retiring ne flhhetr, iCr. E. 0.. Wall, as has already labn as red, T Will pot soaeek r-leetiosn, but r . N.1B3 Ishipasx ofilackstonc, is said to ,be i ;ceulsnn can (idote, and Ideaarsteu teup b1 e sncde toi prevail t"y, W .E.- Bogoda. 'pf birneore, a for mier-eu cis laoi' to allow Jclmoslf...

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ENSILAGE AT PITTSWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

'ENSILAGE AT PITTSWORTII. -Dairymen are at last swalkeningl ' to, the fact that if their farms are it ba worked to the best possible ad vantage, and thorough provision made for a bountiful supply of. suc culent fodder for their dairy cows in times of drought, it is almdst im perative that they should conserve ga?en food in the form of ensilage. Numbers of the farmers in the Pitts worth district ace now engaged, in cutting the early maize crop avI mants ing stack ensilage, and one or two progressive men have purchased corn harvesting machines, which reduce the labour of gathering .h crop to a minimum;-''Toowoowoomha Chronicle." Our Abnnul Santa Claus Carnrval now on.' Show-room ceam?ned with Novelties add.Toys of every description. Onrb a)nd Foote.*

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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ST. PAUL'S SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

ST. PAUL'S SWIMMING CLUB. The above clua,% hold their usnal weekly swim in the municipal baths Inst Swturday, when a 40 yards han dicap was decided. The final resulted as follows :-H. Cunnin?ton (5sec), 1 A. Philp (5sec), 2; E. Mair (5seb), a The offiials for the evening were -Starter and referee, Mr. A. Schaf fIr : check-starter, Mr. Schowloy; judges, Messrs. Schowley and Neilson. Sea our Window Special ine of Vases. All one Price, ls Od each. Cribb &, Foote. S

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FIRE BRIGADE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

FIRm BRIGADE BOARD. A meeting of the Ipswich Fire iBri I de lBoard was bWld in the.. .oice Aft te secretary, Eist-street, yesterday aftieon.' :There were pteseon :-=The i ii MagIstrate "(Mr. d. A. . a& xis), Mr. J..F. Lobb, ardl the secre y i : (Mr. H. E. Wyman): The super nteidsent (M'r' Andrew Sti'ling) sent in reort stating that he had inepec * tdi de nes belts and pouches, and, as -thegy rere t .lthat was apedi je for, g i n ebhmended that the account for .t..od paid- The report was S tid d. tlhe -su perinierdeat also rspor.td that Fireman Bizzell had been puffer fji ? tqphoid trenr The fire .nn lead; lecided to snake a collection orlhisi, hand he ?s as?' ad to {drward' ht'e ist~·-n'to 'the Iebard: the opinio+i was 'etpressed that, tle board had o- ,powi .to devote any portion'of th6i to'a- such ai purpose, but tle :documeat was deferred for cod-' ?idetonr at the next mfeting. Ac eoit tic the aeiowint of £21 17e 9d "cvrsaesdd : for .paiyment. The meet e t fag;' m $ei nma...

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Fire at Clayfield. A RESIDENCE BURNT DOWN. NO WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Fire at Clayfield. A RESIDENCE BURNT DOWN. : NO WATER. Yesterday morging id.out 11.30 o'clock, the Volunteer Fire Brigade at Windsor received a call .from. Clay field, whlere a fire' had lrolkcn out in the residence of Mr.. W. K. M'Luckie, in Gregory-street., The members oft the brigade, under Superintendent 11ill, turnO:l opt liromptly.and proceededcwith reel' and hose to.the scene of the fire. On their e'rival, the house was envelop ed in fnlames, and as there was no fins, plug nearer than w quarter of a mile or more, the fir hbrigade men were unable to utilise their hose. The hbuilding, which wHa a substantial structut?l of six rooms, burned rapidly, despite the efforts of an improvisdd bucket corps, the members of which worldkd hard to save the preasmses. But their attempt was': psucsessful, ane in a shoit space the dhilding was completely demolished. With the ex ceytion of a quantity of personal ef fectI. including some je?wlery, prac tically nothine was saved. 'TI e fact that ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
ALLOWANCES FOR RAILWAY OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

i ALLOWANCES FOR RAILWAY OFFICERS. An amendment has been made in the schedule of allowances in the rail way Staff f~hilations. The effect of this is to increase the allowances to guards, drivers, and firemen who have been over 40 hours away from home. The regulation'up. to 404houre rerisains as before (4s); over 40 hours the men'will be paid 2d per hour. Th' ull regulation alipears in Saturday's ."('vbrnment Gazette!. dds' WShte Coanveas loses. to 1l, Is hId pad 2s' ad. (Clark's) ?Wate Canvas lhoes, 4s 8d, d4b5 Od, s 13d. Cribb & loate. " 044

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

PERSONAL., Mr. R. IlenMo son Johnston, who has been spl:nding the last few weeks in Sydney, has returned home, he having bern a passenger 'to Bris!ane by the -.s. Innumicih. -xs. Johltson is re maining in Sydney for an extended holiday. Mr. Victor Trumper. thewsell-iknowsn cricketer, wsho has not lace' in the best of health latly, return~l, a ftr days agyo, to Sydly, froni trip trip to the South Coast. The "Beratld" says that inquiries resulitril in the intelligence thit. he was s ' rist a?t r cis ," but it is not yet known if le, will play in th" forth'ohi?g irn'tler-'State noatch atgno itt Victoria. A meeting of the, conuitteI fnormed to make a presentation to tohe b 0lt. J. T. Bell was held at Dalty on TPlurs day night, there being a very good attendance, wit] 31r. Victor. Dirmy in the cesair. Several letters wen rmarl expressing symipathy withl the mnve tme l, which is to recogi7se: Mr. Bell's efforts towards thie ardvancenesnt of the district, particularly in tlhe matter of the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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LATE COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. Monday, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

LATE: COMMERCIAL. BRI --ANI : PRODUCT MAL r .t Monda'y, Jamuary 18. Business was 4n g n' ather dull at Rosna-strect to-day. The 2iblk of 'lthie made, was paFdedo, dit ono line raas?l lowed to go at 4s 2;l. Veuylittle, Business 'was dlone in lucerne chaff.?. A prime lne, however, n vas sold at tlhe good figure of 5s G(. Lucerne lba was dull of sale, 3s Gd being the top lpric. Potatoes wereby no mamns searce, pand neediless to say i]ete was very li.tle biJdding., BluesKins only, realised 5s.6d,. and IBroisoells 6s 2d. A line. of vsuitee. sold at 4w lid. RUING PFlrCES IN AUGTION SHI).. The following pritels ruled .i- lthe. Roma-street auction shad today :- M3aize, 4s, passed,' to 4s 21d 1 miaerie chaff, 3s 7d,' passed, to 5s d ; snixed cliaff, 3s 5d, passed, to 4s'Gd-~ oateu chaff, 4-s 3? to 58s,d, passed?.?1u cerea hay, 2s 9d,; lpesod, to 3s Sd; bran, .5s 3d, passed; 'pollard, Ss 9d, pa1 edu blueskins, 2s Id to 5s Gd; Jrownalls, 2s Id, passed, to 6s 2da; whites, 4s 11d. TO-DAY'S SALES...

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