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HOMEBUSH CATTLE SALE. Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

IIOMEIIUSH CATTLE SALE. f4y Telegraph from Our Correpoudnt.) Sydney, January: .. At the Homohush sales, to'day. tIee &o tal number of cattle yarded was 180i head, the Queenslandera'pumboruig .6.'0 . i Thte quality, taken goea-rally,- was ?. frý.: Tie <aeanead for prime beef was 'strong, ebut, se the supply iwe eqeal to tote re-4 u4iroments last day's vluas' were not : matntained, the opening rates be~lig 10s lower. a

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
SYDNEY, PRODUCE MARKETS. Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

SYDNEY, PRODUCE MARKETS. (By Telegraph from Our orrespoadent.4 'V. Syyweyy anuary. 8. ;.; 1n the Sydney produce Jee 4.6.buny chaf was easier. Adjllelide Pieos :qu4%e nomiual. Large ashipments usanespotk Local, at auetlon, chs unnipo £6 1-Os. aid poims h 1£4 51*Au6rku *iuohhe` is quit. Prime lirge bales £4 1id to. mod(um osmall o bthees ' 's:. y lossai s enaser toendancy. Primes gbllure renliktd 4s Od10, some 4OldOeISO nalsg lid. Nortiarn lbvers 't 2d bo' I Poetalas, Tasmzealss redsidno ttss e ' £4 104 to £5, Northeirnm r(ve :S i `. to £3 lOs': at auctdon pe , good £' Is to £a ido Onions. are 'd at 1s " ' { 2C~ i' 9'. ," .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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RESUMPTION OF SCHOOL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

RESUTPTION OF SCHOOL WORK. The usual five weeks' sum mor vgsenatitrn. for the State schools in the Ispwich dis trict terminated on,Saturdav Inst, and school-work was re-commenced yes terday morning. As usual, the first day of the new school year saw the introduction of a num ber of fresh faces in the school-rooms for the first time : whilst the regular scholars returned to receive further tuition.' The taelhing staffs of thp various schools in the city are the same as, those of last year, except that Miss H. Halliwell c?mmencei her duties at the North Ipswich Girls' Stat4chool, and Miss Hoarn iegan tuition at the West Jpswich ciils' State School. No successor has yet been appointed in the place of fir. C. C. Oldham, lrho was rwcntly trans ferred from the North Ipswich Boys' State School to the R?ichmond HIill State School at ChrteIrs Towers. SVhite Ililsler Sholes. s (it. 2s 11d;, its Od, ats O!l. White llsl-cr teaotes, 4s f1d. ds 'Jd. Cribb & Foote.* 6

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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LUNATIC ASYLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

LUNATIC A SYL.U3iS. TheI foJloaing is the replont of the hos pitals for the insane ut Coodna and Sandy Gallofp or the week ended on the 1 0th instant :-WoogaToo-adnlittod sinre last repost, 7 males; ,dlschmg~, 4 mmales lfentale. Sandy gdi[op--admitted, 7 males i: discharged, 5 sales. Troans trreld firot Goeodnl to TIownoomioa, 1 male. CGeirls' Staj Slites (,Hod), 4s .d, 5s 3d, s (Gd, (Is Od. (Grls' 'Tan Kid One-Bar, 4? Cd, 4s ld, is !ih, Ala lid. Cribb & Foote." 04

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE REV. M. O'FLYNN ON RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

THE REV.,M. O'FLYNN ON RE LIGIOUS EDUCATION. At the conclusion of the celebration of the 11 o'clock mass at St. Pat rick's Church, Valley, on Sunday, the Rev. Father O'Flynn, parish- priest,. in reminding the congregation of the fact that the nun's school, Val ley, would reopen to-day after' the Christmas holidays, trusted,tthatPath olic parents would send their chil dren to the Catholic Schoo); where they would be taught,their duties ais their religion. No education, the rev. father q0ntended, was an education in the highest sense of 'the word, that did not include rsligious training. That brought him to the much dis cussed qdestion of Bibli readingF in State schools. Those m6n hoiio? Ws endeavouring to have-religious in struction introduced into the State schools 'wdre honest in their belief that no Mucation was complete with out religious teaching, and they were. striving in earnlset-might and main to have this made the law. of. the land. But. it was not yesterday or tolay that t...

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

TENDERS. Mr. A. Macgregor, architect, yester day recdived tenders for the creation of a house in Darliag-street for Mr. S. Palmer. Five overtumes were received -from Messrs. W. Gll, W. Tunbridg4, R. Alcorn, Ash and Mair, and C. Madden-and they ranged from £239 to £147. Mr. C. Maddea's tender at £147, time, nine weeks, was accepted. Specla aS pment of our wldbrated Ioe?i~y lust to hand. Crlbb and Foote.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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A GRUESOME FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

A GRUESOME FIND. Some of the corporation maen wh?leo looking after, the cleansing of the shteets on Saturday morning had a most unpleasant find.; They were sweepins up the ru??bis in Eagle lane about 7 a.m., and while so doing came across a brown paper parcel. With pardonable curiosity they pro ceeded to unfasten the strings, and after taking off a good number of twrappings they found to their horror that the parcel contained the body of a still-born chill. No clue could be. found as to who had deposited the parcel in the place where, it. was found. ThI police were notified in duo course, but under the circumstanese no actoon can be taken.--'Daily Mail." Fruilt Season. Special Line tightning Jars, all sizes, just landed from Aimerloa. No lost fruit with these .Tars. CrLbb and Foote.. 07. Don't forget a eot atof tose Cream, for sunburn, when geITg to the sea-side. Pro curable at Landon Pharmacy, tAd., Ohe mists." 07

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE ADVERTISING FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

THE ADVEBrTISING FPILMS. A'charge has 'been made that .i pro curing the' films .wherewiih to dve tise Australian resources aload, tdt i Federal Government ignored local ih dustry. ,Complaint is made that £2000 is 'eing paid. to the Paris. firm of Pathe Brothers to taktoBiograph filmas for advertising Australia, while local firms were denied the opportunity ofd' even quoting for tlh work, and i has also !.aen urged that £2000 is ri rather heavy price for 15 films-a price which would probably not have seen asked in Australia. I? the course of a -eply to the charge, the, Minister for External Affnirs states that the whole b'enefit to the Commonwealth would be in adver tising abroad. It is not thl Salue of the material-thrat is noither here nor there-what the Camr'- nwoalth wants is to. have the views howp in every. lamge city throughout the world. ?That is what Pathe Bros. are doing, - and wheat ans Australian firm could not do. Oriutb and Foote's Annual Santa Claus Caraival. Grand inh...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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To Our Subscribers and Others LIST OF DISTRIBUTING AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

To. Our S. uii t .?ri i ;.a . - Subsaribero, .hb :s? B .it, $w . .. . . , 0 Mo . , . pieronsw names and'' Vie; giren beloiw i : 'th`ie bconsigned in bul t per quarter. Blackbutt .............. fF. iSut~n;?., : .Suttn Blenheinm ..... ... Gre .?"n Blenhdeim/ (Sandy .Ceek). ... .. . .... . j e ,rightview ..... . W . Bienneitt,. - Bunburr . ......". GeOo. Joinson. -'" Caffiy ...... L Iyn Cnalvert . .....: ...:: , S a?...key.. Carney's "Creek .....A. J. T. tm.ay. Coal ?Creek ....... C... liffodri. ' oleyville ...... ' Schmdt College View ....., Reiess Offi. :: Coominya . . A. .IJowI.as, . Cooch .'. W.'.?W -Bav ,.l . Coulson ....... ..AWt.st Muller Croftby (Upr, Coo-: chil) ................. MrsJohn Brea a :. Crosadale, via Esk C. Cross."? '.'5 ': Deep Creek ......... S. Dickens. Dugandan ............J. ames 'Co6urt. Dundee ..........."...... Varley.' Dbenezer ......... ..R . Earle. `.' Engelsburg ........ W..iss Bros Engelsburg .?.::. .WinalilL" .' Fassilern ............... Mrs. DB..,. B...

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NORTH CARLTON; VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

' . rgav. 87 I k tLioa '% Norbhl Y.oEL'atoh. 3iNdbo oiae V' otoW -wr teso ?-=Lt 4vlMotr I. vei9`'''BuI 4 ý ý ; &0001t .tWpv/o(fOOlltt I·Th' q".ýi sei "Jevese'.': cold. I could bu idyop$c med *I2Mo pg IlN t, °Boi di~y ktilend a'lM1joui4i 16m my iloloe elt~o fAecr ; ,t lbost Icy~ 'd e } e ~bct be f ea eidO1'eiO k~nIoa Id, lcow rnocoreyriy.. I~t~diý'fd dtlSWo the lt- sttfrio o's Noew Dlc~r ý[t i6 for 'th,0 .curs :-o all +C .,. 'aOisu lfoitka :'s. srcibe. rC;t} 8;u l'89" Nbot DiSC.Ft jbtdlmcble~:~'w; .li .' 6iW'~ dcii, a d Cb.':9 'leseu e Il e tribuore."._ ý,! :d

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Federal Matters. INFLUX OF CHINAMEN. Melbourne, January 18. COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Federal Matters. INFIUX OF CUINA3IEN. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) 31'e:oaurnl, January 18. CO"PULSORY II1'TAIRY SERVICE. Tht 'Ninister for Defence (Senator Iarto) eavs.that tltthe tquettion of coht puilsorly military vt'rt-ice will i.e one that aill itnunlloiautely engaoge tht at tention of the Calbinet when it be tins pI'tl'Jring its t 'propntgaindta lor next session. The q?stion tias oile with regard to whioh lth ? overntlln't, as a C'albinet, iatd yet said nothintg, either for or oaitlst. They merely had talken up the threads where Mr. Iknlinil'ts (overnttllltet dr11.oppl tlne. Very soon tiley woultd bie saying defin-, itely whxether they inteitled tlting on with the compulllsory trainin ideas which L'. ]).,idn ait, his, Go?v\'iirnn.iut had propoundstll or tnot. II0 gquite realised that it was a inattlr that could not be indletlnitely postponed, anll ihe had no wish to postpone it a day longer tllan was necessary. ele had 'Icln looking into the financial ax poet of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Auction Bales. 1' THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, AT BALF.PAS I O'CLO)CK. Unreserved Sale of the Contents of Refreshment-Rooms and Boarding-House, PATRIOK-STREET, LPIDLEY. iW H[TWRTH & GARTSIDE have received destlite instructions from Geo. Graham, V BEq., who has decided'to retire from business on account of ill-health. to Sell by Public. Auo.ion, as above, the Whole f thl Contents of his Well known REFREBS MENT-ROUMS and BOARDINSI-HOUSE, ta folloes: Shop Furniture, Fixtures, and Fittings,Large Cabinet, Ice-Chest, Hanging Lamps,Show . useo Glasses, Assortaiient of High-class Crockery, Confectionery, Tobacco, &c., 3 *:Talblea?, Boyk-Vase, Hook-Shelies and Books, Cbiffanier, Deautfal Tea.Set, 4 Cruste, Cheese Crook, Egg Cruets, Crystal Dishes, 18 A B Chairs, Complete Caterer's Plant for 40 places, Brass-mounted Doub e eda stead, Spring and Kapock Mattresses; Curtains and Poles, Chests Drawers, Swing Mirrors, E-sy Chair, ioncker, Belling Piano (good as new', Linu'eum, Three quart...

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Orange Blossoms. PECK—JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Orange Blossoms. P?ECK-J ORIlDAN. A very pr1.tty weidi?og (writ,'s our 1)illinlore correslondenlt) took place at the Dinllore lclnt?ldist Church., oil tn' nesday last, Sle contracting? - parties Lw ing 3ilss iMary 1Eliatill'h Peek (eldest dnuslhtr of 1ir. W. reek), and Mr. Jos epl I. .iordiln. u 'lhe lRev. W. t. (tinld wood was the celebrant. 'lhe di?le, who wls given iet?awy by her fanther, wasn at Lentled by ?'o ,bridesmlliods, Miss Alice 'elk (-hiief) antl liiss S. Stibtull. Air. A. E. ..onsa, ofllirin"it. as beost 911 Ol, andi iMr. C'. Peck as groIuns?mau . '1Ro lides wore I 1'ndsnlone d'res of white crepe t~~cn'tlie., tallultifully trl'inlOd with glis la'e alln i'vory alibe rilbllc., tho stiil' l;uing tuclked, oner .n slip lf mluslin atnd" leae ; she atlso wore the cust olUIry s?ir.ltll and vile. unld tcarried ntlit ?rIdsiuione sihter linuqllli' (the -gift of tlle diirldegronlln). Each of tale *loiu.esmlaids wore a, lnre( ty dellns of creaI?n nile trelllllld witll silk tend ins...

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Railway Workmen. ON ATHERTON RAILWAY DEMAND INCREASED WAGES. Brisbane, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Railway Workmen. -::--: ON ATiHERTON. IAIL-WAY DEMAND INCIIEASED WAGES. (Ily Telegraph from Olr Correspondent.-) Brisalmo, Joamary 1.S. A trlegra~ m from Atlaerton stat?is :lt Ilie 1lmen ?I plloye1 on the1 Athertoll -ELn- lyn Iloilwny. yeitenday. d-o:dtl to naliko up plimtion -to ,11 tlr liaist-r for IRailways (lhe lion. W, G. 'argl ) dor on increase of waogs to. -20Is a lday for lhmuuanor 0al1 drill meon. 9s for hick an, - hotl ao wn an.: Is a day inrcrease for Ill otholer.s n-ink fluse aarl a ,half for Sunday work, and tiimq a·nd a quarter forl o\er-bimle. To-day Mr. Woods. ,,ol:;oer for tihe dis trict. waited onl thl Cotaooisineio~r for Railways rogandli.g thIe l?nattr. T?Me Comll Inissiomnr promlis?d to haveo a report 'ld'o, lrmd tlo give a ,talisin in aIt.ay or two. Mr. WooJns latodl, lnani'?ait'l ly t hlal .-th niluatono-ll was moln r wmm rious th.oo alppeartd. The muon wnorm .detrouin e(l Ito ,Hvn. alOh.,tli.:,I l)miIn11s, aul?m prob ably would refuise 11o .i-sIrk Irrrlns idl...

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Cricket Association. FIXTURES FOR NEXT ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Cricket Association. ----- : o :-- FIXTURES FOR NEXT IOUNI). A meeting of ithe Ipsjeich and Swest Mortce (?rickelt As?oriiat'ion mrrs held in Ham's Rooms, Nieholas-,trcet, last night. There. wI.ere r lsent :--31es. B. Tutlhnn (chairman). .. lRoblinon,, It'. Wrigvht. T. saulliier, .1. G. Stlip htnnson (treasurer), and W. Cmoimins Isecretary). '.Tiih foiliwinm. lixtul?: o ",", drawn : January 23: and 30.--A Grade: Alberts A? v. St. Paul's , \o. :3 wic?et :4 St. Paul's A v. Blair's, No. 2 wicket : Past GrCaunar,· v. Allrrts 11, No. I wicket; taul Preso? t Grsamnn're ai hvy. II Grade : C.Y.M. Seiily v. W1A ey Intitute. No. I1 cwick.t : alnd ]liioivril v. Gramniur. Sehodl. FelPrunri a 1 and 1:3.-:A I : l,: .\1I .1rts A v. 'Past (irtlIn:Iars: . No. :1 awie ket : lMair'a r. ernirnar. Sihool, No. 2 wic!t : St. Paul's U v. Alhiort 11. No. I wicks' : St. Paul's a live. I Grade: loovIal v. ('Y.31. Siety. N.o 1 wielrt1 : l WcsdVl.y l siitut . . (crniumiar Sc,?i?ol. lIcGrcinaci.r Slhonol witcke....

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Turkey and Austria. ACCEPTANCE OF THE AGREEMENT. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Turkey and Austria. -::-o ACCEPTANCE OF 0 2?Tt AGREEMENT. (Bfy Cable ~Message.)' London,' Tanuary 1.8. The Turkish authobi.tes lanvo ar?eod to Klaofni Paohl'd ' projected onesagp - ment with Austria. A draft protocol is Ibeing suamitted, to Austria for accept

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The Sydney Harbour Fatality. Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

The Sydney Harbour Fatality. (By Telegraph from Our Corrodpondent.) Sydney, January 18. An" inquiry w.is opened at the Mla rine Court, today, inhto the drowning of tlie 15 ilue-jackets belonging to the cruiser Encounter. The inquiry has not yet concluded. Later. Captain Harson, of the Dunmore, stae ted that the laun-cd was 10(ft to 1501? away wlhen he gave the order "Stop; full speed astern." be callod to the pinnace to cut the tow line. The steamer struck the pinnace on the starboard, side amidships, and turned her over. lHe instructed the men to get into the boat'aund pick up the men. He did everything lie could to lilp the meni. 1His ionour, commenting on the he sistancy with which W. F'rankler, se could cngi~er of the lDunmore, gave his e4Jdence, and the confusion hoappoared to lie in cancerning his own notes, said' that earlier in the day lihe had noticed something about whid hlie did not speak, .but if his suspicions were right that something haId been going on lie would take ...

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The Hon. R. Philp. PROPOSED PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL. A UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP. Brisbane, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

.The Hon. R. Philp. PROPOSED PUBLIC TESTI MONIAL. A UNIVERSITY SCHOLARI. SBIP. (B Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Brisl.ane, January 18. A meeting of persons desirous of.ac cognising the services rendered to the State by the Hon. R. Philp was held in the Town Hall this afternoqon, the Mayor (Aid. Buolanan.) presiding. There was a large attendance, amoung those present Leing the Hon. John Lea?y (Speaker of the Assembly), the Hon. J. F. G. Foxton, M.H.R., a large number of members of both branches of the State Legislature, and many prominent business people. Apologies for absence were received .from Lihe lHon. A. H. Barlow, the Hon. T. O'Sulli van, Mr. J. W. llanfr, ?l.L.A., and many others. The Mayor explained the object of the meeting. He said the esteem in which Mr. 'hilp was held by t?' cit'i enes was sufficient justification for the gathering. A man with - such a re cord as Mir. Philp was deserving of the recognition of his fellow-citizens. lie (the Mayor) thought that the mov...

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Regulation of Air-ships. PROPOSED ROYAL COMMISSION. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Regulation of Air-ships. -:o: PRlOPOSED ROYAl. ('OMMISSt)?. (By Cabl eMessage.) Lolndon, lanuary 15. 'heo l?an.dnl Times," in a special ar 'idele dealing sit.1 dl4 subljoct, m~co?n ullands the iaplr'orlltlsmenw of a Iloyal Com anisirt on naronanutics, to maninalin warowy rearrdlnig the mnilitory and nasal applicnai.onO of nirships, 4ire types of laitchlinh , ido systemns of t ttack anwd de fence of ojr-ships, anidl ratier onratfers. It is suggesterd that the lfoldloui osubject shrrld lea dealt wsite in paliie:-T'Pa preseart lpositlion of ?, eruc nutics, types of i.;is, sehemns of oncourangea t In terati ionll crial la s in (iames of pence or nor, pinternational open routes for oll nirships, ti e apipeiation of airships ito scientific research anld erploration. The confidential portion of the report, it is sugg-?ted, should lre ms?oned for tdle iretlit of our naval and military autholrtioes. T'hn "'llroeas" adds tirt isiUti ithe Duke of ,Argyle, ,i'. lMontangue I?oaulieu, Admirnl Sir...

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Fatal Shooting Accident AT GLEN INNES. Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Fatal Shooting Accident AT 'GLEN INNES. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, J.lnuary '18. 'Two bn y, o .oroon mid .lnemes Camp bcll, were out. shooting t. GlOln llners, on Smnrmday. .Jlames ws an reoying a gun whe'l it explodedl, practically blow ing Gordon's head loff.

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