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FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent). Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

REST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. ' (From Our Own Correspondent). SMondny Evening. -mall supplies of produce came to hand day, consequent on the rain which has a?len in the dastlict and farmers being busy. FIp following were the ruling rates : "Maize--Prime, 3a lOid per bushel atter-Farmers', none ggs--d per dozen otatoesaEnglish, £2 to £5 per ton; sweet, nil Chaff-Mixed, £3 to £4 per ton : oaten. A .to £5 lucrne, .r 3 17s Gd to £4 Bs 6d y-Lucerne, £3 5s to 83 10s per ton; oaten. £2 15s umpkins, £?35s to £3 10s per ton one, acne ips--weic, none sters-3? to 3s 3d per pair s-1s fid to Is 9d per pair ese--os per pair ? k-English, 2s 9d to Is per pair msoov m , 8e to .s 84 igeon- ho quotation

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
I AIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

IAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (Prom Om Own ':rreal o den ) Minrdn v Evening V ery li .,.ited F i plisa w, ,rf. tf .r , ard to day, and, owieg to theI rain ihilch ha? fall en, prices have declined somewhat. Th' following were the closing antes : Maize, prime. 3s ld per bushel Butter--Fasctory, 10d per lb. $ggs--d per dozen , Potatoes-English, £3 to £5 per ton Chaiff-M-ixod, £4 103 per ton; oaten, £5 10s; lucerne, £L to £I 10l Hay-Lucerne, £3 ie,1 ton Millet, £28 1os por ton Pumpkins--Table, £3 to £3 10a per tein; cattl', none forward Onions, nominal Cream-8id per lb (commercial butter fat) Roosters-Prime, 3s to Is 6l per pair iens-Prime. 2s to 2s Gd per pair Geese--Ss d to 6s per pair DOnok-English, Ss Ed to 8s per pair ; suinsovy, 8s to Be 6d Turkeys--Gobbler.s 12e ld to 17s 6id po pair; 'rnsn. s to 7s 63 iPigeone-9d lar pair

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
An Up-to-date Coal-Handling Equipment. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

An Up-to-date Coal-Hand ling Equipment. One of the latest in design, most economical, and niost conmpleter - coal hlandling equipments ever installed in Australia is, we are informod, about to io erected by Mr. W. It. Black at the Blacldaiath Colliery, near lps: wich. This equipment will consist of two Jeffrey doable-leaded flight Ipick ing-tables nmounted on roller chains, nithl tao JeffEey double-strand re fuse-cetvey)ors. IThe object of install. ing this plant is to enable the pro plretor -to have the whole of the output of coal- frodi the mine hand pickted, and the small amount, of re fuse or stone which at present exists in tie .coal supplied will thus bie entirely removed and delivered au. tomatically to a refuse-dump. Thus not only will Mr. Black have the sa tisfaction of placing on the market an absolutely clean coal, ibut all pur ohasers thereof can rest assured: that they are being supplied with , the cleanlst coal it is possible tb pro duce, free from all stone, &...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Alleged Forgery. AN IPSWICH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Alleged Forgery. AN IPSWCTII CASE. In thi. Blsil:?re City Police Court, yscterllay lnonlinzaa, ,befior T.ieiitrnant Colonel Mloore (P.31.) andl 3essrs. W. A. Carson, 1). inllI;ey, O. Arimstrcnlg, C. A. N.ormrs, S. lzatt, and E. (it.r , "y, 1John Buchanan Fulton, aged 2'1, ap pearled on i char'"e of hl&\ini¶, on or abou t thll 1.5th of Ili)ohrlmbr, at Ips wich, utterrel a tnrged ldoeuimit, lpur porting to he a letter sinea lvy .Janes Smith, of Lan?.fiIf, reI?, fi sting Jamles ]Rich?.y i, supply F:ultn with e'rt:,iu ,oods. Siu-lnsptietor ('i rll prli riicu te:l. Acting-Sergen?lt flee c ave evilence to the effect that he arrl'?ld the drefen l nut at a hoius, in Eliezali h-si-r .t \.' terinay. Th',l dlrfln: it naliitltI t!n.t ho hald frn' nt:ld a it er at flich ..-s chan in Il?e?ienor. s'gnal .leelsir Smith, and chlhuii il sdmnit of liothl and otli'r articlhs. Smith, hlie said, 'i. not write the le tter : hi" "- writtfn it himself and hal siani.l it. '.itne: ishosteel i'?n a let...

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

BUTTER MARIKET. The Silverwood Dairy Co. Ltd., quote.lhutt?r at lid p^r R. The Downs Co-operative Dairy Co. quote butter at 11d per lb.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

TOOWOOMBA PRODlCE LAE?KET. VD.D. Gazette" Office, Saturday Elvening. In anticipation of rain the vales for lucqrun hay and chaff are easier and the market for same is dull. Maize continues in fair supply with 'a good demand. Brisl:ane is auoting £5 a ton for Tasmattiin, SIt. Gambiaa (S:A.), and Victorian prime tubers. This ias-upset local values {emporari ly, and actual quotations are momen tarily unobtainable. Lucerne chaff prime dry green and leafy is q.mot:ed at from £5 to £5 5s. Other quota ticns, remained unchlaged and tile fol lowing are the` ruling wrholrsale quo tations payable to farmers and pro cers by merchants (bags mid bales in) Mlaize : 3s 10d to 3s lid per bushel (market firm) big demand. Butter.--Faotory' lld farmers', bd to 9d per lh. Lggs-Ordinary, 7d ; new-laid, S:1 per dozen. Bacon 9jd pdr Sn. Flour : £9 10s per ton, Bran: -£5; Pollard, £5 10s. Chees--Factory, large, 6;d, loal, 6;d. Potatoes : Whiteskids, and second quality, £1 to £5; prime Brownulls, £5 to £6, A...

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

Tenders Invited By Mi*. .1. C:r1ifltliý. Ro-'n il : For yI. of wo tilll B.u ittill.Q1, - i·IrIrctiin nF t u rinal an-] if-all ?ll)

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Broken Hill Strike. ENTHUSIASM FLAGGING. THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES KEEP MEN GOOD ON THE BOOKS. OPEN REBELLION ADVOCATED. ROCK SALT AS A DETERRENT. Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Broken Hill Strike. EAXT7I'US I'A Sr FLAGGING. THlE FRIENDLY S0CIETIES KIEEP 31EN GOOD ON TBE BOOKS. OPEN REBlETALLON ADVOCATY4D. ROCK SALT 'AS A DETERRENT. (By Telegraph from Our Correspoadent.) Sydney, January 13. Enthusinan is ltaggine at Broken I4ll'J, nd:l the latders find a difficulty in keeping the men in a fighting spir it. The leaders now preach a general starieo, and the Labour .and Buooiaist or?gans advocate olen reellion. TPle upl'urance of troopers w;earing aide' arms and a strong nuster of foot police creatsed some excitement at Bro kinm Dill. on ?aiturday, but no trouble of any 'kind' succeeded the display. The police retilleo after thie conelusion ao the procession of pickets. Mr. Low, manager of Block 10, die nies that lii asked thi me n. what they intended doing aliqut the waiges re duction. On Thursday no wages ameln mwre asked to go into the mine. The main charge to lie laid againrst the 28 in nirn tuad, at Broken Hill, is one of riot and assault. A pro plirtmlay...

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

Iid CO IEDY OF l?lE STWLKs. Alth'ouglt. tl IBroken 1~ill strile can searcely to looked upon as a lnaugtlintg mtllter, the tnions seasm dolter?ined to us, it ina some -ay for the promotion of public Ihilardty (reoatrks the Sydkney "'lAil? "'elgrulnh"). Ilut like ?ios pro nonliatlt Scotcluman tth;y seem do "joke with dilinflculy,"" so flint whet7her tinny are realle fooling ttnomnelvres or only trying to take a sly rise out oft the TIalbour Govennmont is left larely at coniecture. A resoluitn n ,nas n oen pass od asking the Prine Mhintster to '.call out the niilitary to defend tile cjtizens oa Brokent Hill against the aaprosko?d :Lttaclks of t'he police." h']e 'geonius flaat conoeit?d thlis is crinninlly wanted in runnring Ia strike at the- Harrier, wslnt fortunes are tI lie made by w?Riting comic operas of the .Gilblert type. lFor in)r in this Panir'otnt day" has tan' no sptiration ti the nathor of " T'ie Mik :ado" and"Tnt a " TohL11e" rtn Ito an ex ltrtnle ofa whninsinirnl ntaOntur ...

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

rl.· s %m ll I III1sII¶F P\T . .rdhertiseumnts in the paper from 1ras topfle and others wiho tAinak oluLv somethling to gain by retainsd ,ood trill of the uionOtsu. Zlthen . siome that appeared on Friday - ' Thousand Pounds Rtemard. Don' to pot thin. We still pay the abovo to al tlelwm wis cun prove that ice have i'sownd sttores, or have attempted to 1hue snone or have In any way d ls siness detriannetai to att wortkers4 the prissnt lockout at the Pr? minoe." 1ttais it tO certify ehat m b l Alwu A.M.A., has not worked .on I'Propitory since Dcnemter - ringto. aucruetary." " A IPemil.-Owing probably to i enmoeation? of -my steam. : 1 'u.iky Ja ('olhlt-street it haus '(e ruauosli~ n t I saht lniwc, compelled to tO e .sm, hers of the poliec. I give si? M~ an olatic de ial." ,.... '- I win? tIo contrtdlct ? fi gross statements thlt I exp?sedod advewe oidstl of the oniners in tin i..g1. niy' as)mtnldries are witOh. I "oplreain agtne~ t tAe 'oppressors. ---, Svid Armsy EInsgn • Tlo .is oio...

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

MR. TIsn~f CONDF NilD;.~ 'ho 1ahalOt oviGetieg of: t~i` Workers of ihe :Workf lublob )rueW) "oho followioit:ý .uolsfoou id : Tdi ~hethis meebting of ' ey sertion of die. !o o'.:r _trriailg u il the bhtlo`'et.d ;Club .peee.- it lest uriflpo4y kel~de .1~eei+ 'ie onH1ll in.-their Meqio sti~1 ThIle .nibuoooilsta rgdnt"v y trl~o·I.W~1.. Bmd.~tf...,~ colanies 'the et t ode taken 7'ritnc M3rune tw ýfi(r.a I~ieler) Wý; et will it .iilsd eion;rend t: ; loyalty o tdie ' Cbnetututta r p ee Slloyeity to the .Woree @! i;e' in4 ae r eiiaved as a'P iIL

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Premiers' Conference. DATE NOT YET FIXED. Brisbane, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

,Prenmiers'COi for i iBy Tel graph rps ,, t. "; :, F' ee .' r '(the '`ni. 'o ston) stated t.hat i comuiualtjin with o "?remr New Soiuth Wales .witi ing ' time Ior conference :o f ..emiuebs up till the presden`.iotng i Ibeen arrunned. Mr; Kidstoj regard with, favour dh?epr hold the conference at Hbart also is desirous of hastening spa somewhat, and arraging toi conference at ias early a date ib iblb, insajad of delayg it tIall end of arch or the bsgi April. 'he gerernl elections i mneiia aFe '-o take plae. ;in end for that reason as well as otlfers it would not be ad hold the conferenee in Ho?'h :, Kidtton Thinks it ' would 'heo ly tc Mr. Evans .(tlheTesTnahiia :. mier) for the conferenc"e to mni ?t' Holbrt just as lie was in the th of an election campaign..

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Provisional Schools. CONVERTED INTO STATE SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Provisional SchdolsS' CONVERTED INTO STA4E SCHOI Accordinr to regulations of tHie lie Ilstfitcibn Dopartmeint,' which C! into force on the 1st of Janairy, -'s a 500 schools, hitherto regait'dal as visional; have been 'convertied! State Schools. The departmeditt'' only hns a'oult 100 provisional's and these have been ericted by Ai residents of the districts .in ' j they are situated. All sclools.w luave hen built, partly or vwholl l the State, have been .converted State schools, and as ovancaneie cur these will 'le filled by. cls teachers. . - .

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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Penitent Publicans. DETERMINE TO REFORM. EFFECT OF THE ANTI-LIQUOR VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

Penitent PubliCans.. ---s-oo ,B DETElRMTrth I TO REI?Orx. , EFFECT OF THlE ANTI-LTQUO, VOTE. The Aucklntll (New p alani) corosut dent of the Sydney "I)naly flegnp. under date .Jannry 16, says :- In conse.iau?W?c of the large vote litquor at the recent, olent:eon, tre Ina neeting of the traade ever h?eld in Au. land disiussid, withl much serlousneses., orlnditins under whir h the traide is duiert, with .a view to Conforidng-'g ltllic opiniollll. It was resofled ulin iohsly to eniitiy no harntaids, ex itos oas engiaged ; to alxfais prlv. halr', on the trmlilneation of 'the ire I?le.s· ; ori a fixed tit4 ie? i l the 1 af lonig leasn : to dironllttisue the s?i t .flisiore Io oi.n exsept ; oerders, rotntlAinui ill 1hotels; and to ee In sell liquor to youths under 20.

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

An Empty Stye. fIn aP nation irfore Mr. J Stinetn ]hndl, in the CGlTanery Dni., ei:n. concrnin g thie consttrnetton d twill relating to thro,: cottag's pints cif gronil, tih followig paslsai (says the Lonscln "llre1'1iph") o1 oerurl in tie examacination of a cii lr. 31Ncchtcn, ('.: 1Toe long 1S 3 Wi -ijs 'tic; ics la in lieu stzen ther siec my nil-st rtheree I ec leIftf (11 .au l lter.) ' . • ?i

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 19 January 1909

COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Monday Evening, nesars. Siemon ansd Sons, produce chants, report that the price of see has been advanced to 4s per iel, an increase of Id on Satur ? s rittes. The quotations for er:lines are unaltered. The iollow' were the rates paid by the firm Fa?nem ' Farc?s. .Prime, 4as per bushel Mixed, prime (louerne -bags and esreprime (bags and bales in) £4'15setoA £ per ton pb toes-no qnotation No qgoatoin -7dper dozen ea--s 3,d per pair to se 3d per laic s-E-Eaglsh, 8e per pear; Musoovy, s to's d i per lb

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

IF IF 7U are looking for a Firm who can SAVE YOU MONEY in your buy of . House Furniture, we tring under your notice that of 'Payne & Werry, Boonah, adelight um bheng able to sell an qrti tas good as theor competitors at a price. seva there a call before purdimsing else 73 - I;SLAID FARTKRS' CO -FC3A. '- IVE CO., .LTD., BU DYERS of Cream in any qtmn Sty, and beg to report the Price of at 100s per cwt for First-Grade. 31 OMMER BROS.;. , ? Establlehed 12 Years), - IC CAND BUTTER. FACTORY, RB Cream at Highest Quotations. Iutter, Ice. Paroi Machinery. tor, and Silo. Materiale. 'Phone 24 BTLVERWOOD DAIRY FACTORY b 'o. are paying Sid per lb for Com Butter contente of Cream deliver -a Gatton Station. 29 Every known VETERINARY INSTRUMENT. Retail at Zoefer's, 246 QuPeOn ?rIet1 Brisbane, ICE. I'T is a comfort in hot weatler to lbe '- alle to oltauin ICE. \\e ha?e coene fltrwalr n-ith a G ood artile atl re.asn nhle price to supply .'our lted. Our ICE is made froml Dist'illed Ned Filtere...

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

FUNERAL.-The Friends of Mr. ARCHIBALD L. AULD, of Bun- danba, and Mr. J. L. AULD, of Silk- stone, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their Deceased DAUGH- TEH and GRAND-DAUGHTER, to move from his Residence, Bundamba, at 3 o'clock THIS (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Ipswich Cemetery. J. W. REED, Undertaker. The Queensland Times. (Established 1859.) TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1909.

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

GERMAN COLONISTS. German colonists may be congratu- lated on the success of the gathering in celebration of the anniversary of the establishment of the German Em- pice. Mr. Carl Zoeller, who acted as Chairman in connection with the cele- bration, struck the right note for the occasion when he said that it did not held in Brisbane, on Saturday last,   detract in any way from their na- tional pride as Germans to be loyal to the sovereignty of a monarch like King Edward, who was beloved throughout thle universe. The value of Germany, and some of the other European countries, as recruiting-fields for immigrants is well known and re- cognised in Australia, in Canada, and in the United States. It is estimat- ed that during the year 1904 alone something like 75,000 Germans, 61,000 Scandinavians, and 10,000 Fins entered the United States, whilst about 10,000 each of the   Dutch and Swiss population emigrated to parts of America. Those who have made a study of Ameri...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
TARAMPA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

IARA1A1PA SHIRE. Our Lockyer correspodcndt cwritas us follows :-There will :re no contest for No. 2 division of the Tarampa Sh:re, as Mr. Marshall Douglas Gads den. who was nominated, has notified the Return ing-Officer (Cr. J. H. Hodge) that he han withldrawn' his nomination. Air. N. J. Westergaerd .Nielsen will. thereore, be declared duly elected for the vacancy.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
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