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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
SYI)NEY PRODIIUCE 1.\1 1KET. (.y Tslr?(h rillLom Our lL orresnc.dn?t.) Sydney. Januaruy 19. ]n the Sydlniey "Produce Mlarket, to lay, Aidlintl. ihat was still nominal. Loess at osclion, choir., made ' £5 10s, and prime £5 to £5 5s. Lsucerne, primeil lore' Iales, broeght fromt £4 ls s Io £1 ls; choie. small hlaes £5 15s, 111111 n:lium tolli good, £4 His to £1 I5s. Maize was quieter, tel bourne iud,:l, Is lid to 4,s ll., and Nortliern River, . _'dl to 4s ?d. Po ittoas, lprime, w(er' il gog)ld demannd, Tzuniinin rd.dskins £7, white skins £4 Ills. local North?'.rn River £0'2 10s to C?: 10s. OUnions were.firlmi atI £8.
Balkan States. A SEPARATION PLOT. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Balkan States. A SEPARATION PLOT. (By Cable Message.) London, January 1,l. Fifty-two persons, mostly priests and teachers, sbtt including a few tra«deamtnn, have hjoan indicted for tnreson at Agrani, the capital of Cro atia. It is alleged that they were ploting to bring about tlhe spara tion of Croatia, Slavonia, and Bosnin, and their inclusion ln the i?ngdiom of Snervia.
Dresden Socialists. CONFLICT WITH THE POLICE. OVER 100 SOCIALISTS WOUNDED. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Dresden Socialists.. CONFICT, WITJI TH¶II POI)ICE, (VIl 10:1 SO('IAl.l'1'S WOUL' 1 ;El). (By Cable Message.) .London.? ),.JA r1"tii rt 18. Ti PUnodon I" )rre'spond kul of i l " 'St/llndjr ' stal,'s th,~t.?331 S?" l-" itsl, afl3 r 3133 i33 13 a1 ing a3 311 wbich uni'? l ?Il1ra" w"car s dmanai: ll: , 3at t,"m pled t~ s trwin h King, of a smy' . p3l3 *,3 ' at I)n.3ti n i. Af1I,"r ~ s ?v,' i,,1n31 3 1,,I . 3i 3 li: f m u.n3ta. l l pol".li,"n - a',r3'ly 3i33l ;!I 'lightl'. '~ nt
International Football. LEAGUE TEAM BEAT EBBW VALE. London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
International Football. LEAGUE TEAgf Bh AT EB1JIW VALE. (By Cable Message.) Lodlld.. Jantllary I0. The L-.tgt. e I ' y?u, a'ntdotsy, pTlayned EIs ' atlll . T'il geslte a fll t nl, il til'iet,:l. . Coll on, In. e, au. 1i )1d 1il. caux etytdiuet trele. vtld eh wene not con verteIt. 111Ait Vale gained a. etl aced a try. 'TheLs leaguie ecum nci buy i points to 8. London. Januaryl 9. An temrcgency stub-committti o i tlhe. iEuldlish Iltivr Union has ilformntdl the Scottish Union that tho mIttter of ,xpenssc mnst be aherred to the full connnittee. alcnt]whil] they intimate that the 3s allowed daily for petity x petnses, which was 21ot incurred if the Imen were at home, was iln nio wise tt source, of profit, but terely sated the manaungr the trouble of paying, daily, small legitimaite items. The arbiitrary catncellation of intettiational fixtures and the accusation of Iproftssiontalismn were questions for the intedi ational board, which wouttkd e suttMuntotet as. soon as practicable.
Philippine Remount Market. ARE AUSTRALIAN HORSES SUITABLE? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Philippine Remount Market. ARE AUSTRALIAN HORSES SUIT?r ABLE ? It will be rememberedl that . .laSt yea 3Maiaoq Brown visited Ndrthl Queeinsland and various parts of Ais tralia purchansi horses oa. b?half oL the Govermnent of the United States as an experiment :to test. th'.ir si-it ebleness tor military purposes for their troops in the Plilippinm :Islan'de (sys the "Townsville' Bulletin4). Teus Major tlhen expressed himself as highly pledi ed with the class of horses hie i?d se-. cured, but preferredl to await the ver dict .o f the uthorities as to their fit ness for the. work expecteld of theCmi The cost, of .transport frd. ?ortCh Queensland to Manila was less thut from Seattl, America, and the pn- sage . much emnoother, the animals thereby not being so liable to sustain injury on the trip. That meant a tii. considlbration for the Amerlear Govera-' ment, and, in th sevent of the horses provingf suitable, the o.?nine un of . a direct and valuable outlet for tht breeders. ' The Ameri...
Sensational Bolt in Sydney. MAN KILLED. Sydney, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Sensational Bolt in Sydney. ---:o:- JuAN KCILLED. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, ;January 19. A snensational l bolt ocurr.el in trhe city this ufternoon. A spring van re longing to Grace Bros. was standing at the corner of Cleveland and IEliza beth Streets. While the driver was tenpollrarily ablent the horses toolk fright, and bolt'yl. When opposite the Eddy Avenue a lman 2m1ned .1. B. Roth, aged 50 years, was nn over. le was removed to the hospital where 102 died.
Defence Force. ITS PRESENT STRENGTH. Melbourne, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Defence Force. ITS PRESIENT STRI'llC TNT, (ly Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) 31elbourne, January 19. V A enlatementt han L?en prepared " at the instance of the Minister for tavfence (Senator Pearce), showing how the units of the defence force have increased, or olherwise, during the Past eight years. The return gives thee total strength of 'the different branch es, for .tuly, 1901, and for thei same month in 1908, and is as frL lows : Militia, 1901, 1.6,024 ; 191)8, 10,149 ; volunteers, 1901, 11,389 ; 190S, 509,; rifle clubs, 1901, 31,101; 190, 50,375; cadets, 1901, 762"; 1908, 29,843. It may be seen that ewhile the volunteers have.declined in numl'er, due, in a large measure, i. is explained, to the fosterinie of militia cadets, ithe rifle clubs clubs show" an increase. The Mlnister justifies the in-'? creastl expenditure of the last two or three years: or. tle grounds.: A i1) That the uniformn rates, ipid to the pernmneslt staff b3y 'he 'Couunonwealth',;i generally are higher ...
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
SOCIAL, (Any Information intended for thle col umn must be duly authenticated; otherwise It will not be published.) tIa future no Items from the country will be accepted for lpublication under this head unless they reach ue through our rerogn-ised errresponlalents.) 3Lr. R. 11. Nosworlhy and famil)y, Ilootlnh, lihave taken " Wyrisanm,' Southport, for a few weeks. AlMr. G. Cribbl is holidaying with liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Criblb, at auirthjonrt. Maste'r 11. H]ewlett has return?ai ansm Manly, where he. sliert the vacation. Air. R.11. Johnstlon hhs raetnrned from Svds-ey. Mrs. Johnston inten's renm.iinllg as fear weeks longter. Mliss Dorothy Ilogarlh is the guest of Mrs. Chesney, ]Rosalie Plains, .Ton daryan.' 3Mrs. .4... Cotton and hMrs. Bod. re turnedl to "lKerrielnu," Toowoomona, from Hidden Vale last week. Mr. J. Taylor is tile guest of fMr. and Mrs. Lumley Hill, Bellevue. Miss lanrlay hlas returned to Too wooam:,a from her trip to the Twsed Heads. At a great meeting in su...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
.SWIMMING. The weekly swim under-the auspice, o a ' tll Raibtay' Amateur Swin?ming Club took place, at tke- Corporation Baths, last night. The result ol ' the 80 yards handicap for points was as follows :-It. Nield (7see), ;. T. Whal Iey (11see), 2; I:. ttiddl?lto (1lsee), 8. The finish was very close. The officials were-St arter, Br. A. Stiriius; cheek-sta'rter, 'Mr. A. J. Sc?hlulr ; jd ,ges, Messrs.r I i Welsh, G. Stirling, and A; Simpson ; refeme, Mr. E. Booker.
Sculling Championship. BARRY AND ARNST. London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
Sculling Championsbip. BAlRlY AND AIINST. (By Cable Message.) I1,?ntio, n, Janluarly 11). Harry, te lIe nglih bdtllllllpioll, in a ie l tsr publilatd il n 1 "lhen 5aSr naa,'* ra - p re "s Ideal cir el?¢l a n? l w ill 't per - unit lisa nearelpiag Aennin a ier in o fear llay s5,aazaieenlh of h or . colonial nislor. Hanly rialirol.,- Aenni lto t.o rown a Paddty or lsar Iota, ha-nly 'I ULIab fIn Lyon a ide.. ]le will ciIii jroat £10U for nalaooon*.
BEET SUGAR IN EUROPE. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
BF,1ET SUGAR IN h[iT(Q'1 . Loudon, Janu.ury l'i. Herr F. 0. Licht, of I?aediurg, in his monthlyv cilcular on the ueet sugar industry of Europe, shows that thie production for last month. waNs an in creaso of 140,000 tons, as compared with the correspondint liriod of the previous year. He estimnats ithat tiO, whole campaign will show & decrease of 62,000 tons.
"CONTINENTAL." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909
" CONTINENTAL." The usual summer night " continen tal" was held on tihe North ]pseic:l cricket reserve last night. A large numl.er of patrons liad entered the ground, when a shower commencedo to .fall, just before 8 o'clock. This had thie effect of driving those on t. he ground who were not possessed of uIn, Lrellas to the shelter of the grand stned, whirlt was soon filled to" its -full capacity. Those who were wait int outside the Igyates, however, Sthouglrt it wiser to await develop' .2neqts. before entering the ground, and accordingly took shelter under the awnings of the various shops in the vicinity, and, as the rain continued to fall for some time, they at last mande their way home. A numl-er of those who had already been admitted 4o the grounds, and who desired' it, had their money refunds. Notwit?h "standing these drawleacks, the an dience, froth the proprietor's point of view, was very satisfactory, anr pa t·rons appreciated the entertaina5ent ja'iite as much as if the even...