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Inter-State Cricket. QUEENSLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE QUEENSLANDERS IN THE LEAD. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
Inter-State Cricket. QUEENSLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALES. rHQE QUEENSLANDRS IN THE LEAD. (By Telegraph irom Our Correspondent.) Sydney, Jantuary 2. The inter-State match- between Queenslan% and New South Wales was continued doday, when the Queen~s landers succeeded in passing the first innings score of the ldmo team. Ap pesded are the .scores: NEW SOUTH WALE?S..First Insisgs. Btbb, c. futcheoen, ?b. edgrave ..... 48 Reid, e. MLren. , b. Simpson ... BE WhOite,; c. M'airn, s. Rsdg~ve ..:., 91 Nitd olls. b. Hayes ..... .......L..?1....... 16 Goddard, b. Simpison .............. :S? Barbour, c. Evand, i. Simpson .... 40 Kellaway. c.'thompsonbs . b Simpson S lismet. c. Simpson, b.I Redgiave ... 24 PFernsorth, c.' ad b. IHayee ...... e 6 Tolstbosn, b. Hajyee :........d....:... 13 Gorry, not out .. ...2 ..... ... 2 Undrisr, . ...........:.... ..:.i... .... ... Total ...........:..:..:... 2...t.2.. .' . 2 6 DBowling.--Radgrave, B for 79 : Simp son. 4 for64; Hayes, S or 4. Hartigan, c. W?ite, Is. K...
EARL DUDLEY'S ENTHUSIASM FOR CRICKET. Melbourne, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
EARL DTUDLFYAS' ENTITUSASM FOR CRICKET. Melbourne, .lanuary 1. At the luncheon tendered the Sleth Australian and Vieterian cricket?elevens tolday, his Excell mev 41e Governor General. in replying to the toast of his health, urged that note attention be devoted to professional cricket. Earl Dudley has arnlranged matches for en eleven seleclted fro his staff agrainst South Australia anld New South Wales Goveenment House staffs. Rb will be assistedrl by several pr,?.ieioenls, and: probably eiffen and Lyons will figuro in the Adelaide tealm.
Succession Matters. PROBATE GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
Succession Matters. PROBATE GRANTEI). Probate line blen grauted in the, matter of : 3largaret Macandre-ws, of I1swichl, spinstrt, to Rev. Andrew Moran, Ipswich, R.C. priest; death occurred 2nd October. Realty and personalty, £3668. Ann M'Corurack, 6o Mountain Vale, ncar Ipswich, r- id ow, to Johnlm If'Cormack, of Mountain Valb, dairy farmer :. death ocor.i'rl 6th October. Realty nlad lIrsnnalty, £1011. Johann .August Thrmni Gta lie], of Mount French, near l)itcan &lt;st,. farmer, to Charles William Louis feiner, of Ipsvich, solicitor : dctath occiirred 6th ' August. Realty an:l perdonalty, £650. Patricke Talty, of 'Ninioo;lnmln , n?near loa?d?-s'ert, 'ar mer. formerly of Brirholrr. 'icensred victualler. to E izaluot Talty. of Nindooiplralrh, widow : death oneeirre.l 1ni1h Oeober. Realty aci.l jsr'orlti. £ t°39.
A "Call" Accepted. IPSWICH CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. REV. JOSEPH ROBERTSON OF ADELAIDE BECOMES PASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
A "Call" Accepted. I IPSWICH CENTRAL OONGREGA TIONAL CHURCH. REV. JOSEPH ROBERTSON OF ADELAIDE BECOMES PASTOR. The Rev. Jodeph Ralbertson, M.A., of Adelaide, has accepted tile invitation recently forwarded to him lo become pastor of the Ipswich Central Con gregational Church. The rev. gentle man's decision was conveyed to' t9i members of the Church iby the folldow ing telegram, which came to hgtnd on Saturday evening, *and was read by one of thll deacons, Mr. W. 'lath am, at the mo'aning, service yester day :-"St. Peters, S.A. Give Churchl to-morrow our very heartiest ssisrew, happy, prosperous, and blessed New Tear. Posting acceptance next ,week. May God's best blessing attend." Mr. Robertson has resided for the Imst 15 or. 16 years in Adelaide. He was foe a time minister of the Congregational Churdi at Stawe, and for the . past four or five years lias hadl the pastor al oversight of the Clayton Church, Kensington, a suburl' of Adelaide. Some five years Rao--when the Rev. W. J. L. ...
THE LEAGUE TEST MATCH. WIN FOR ENGLAND. BY 14 POINTS TO 9. London, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
THE LEAGUE TEST MIATCI. WIN FOR ENGLAND. 'Y 14 'POINTS TO 9. (fy Gable Message) . Lodnes, January 8. iThe Ira e test a'tch, Eigla?nd v. Keamgaroos, was played yesbtedany ;a. ternoone. Ther was a large atteesine of spectators, fully 7001 persons sit eassing the gees. The o'gro?id weas very Jeavy, so t~hat ,the contet aes eot cacductld uder 'he m ost avonuratlo con eltiens. Messeee*i wits tlFeseot. eelhe (a Queaeslaoder) scored a try for thbe colonials in the first mensuto. Engleand t se - scoed penslty gaal., Canneonnd Frawfrhy o4eldsined tries for the vjisitd,. ed ithe home team thsn e eured two tries. At halt-time the .Australians were leading by mine points to eig?rt. Inthe second hell t4he Englia?sh toeam made the seost of the play and. added two tries, to their aoere. The mstoh ended In a your of the hoeo teamn by 14 points nine.
RECORDS AND FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
RECORDS AND FXTFl URES. The following gives the reaective condeds of the 'Unon ana Eengue tea?ms ai in England, and the matbes abilo to played :- - UNION "(WAL?,ABESB,.y) September 26, Dovon .....J; 24--, Octohar 1, Glouce?bfsrire ,.. 16-0 October 3, Corweall .*.. .. 01--5 October 7, Glomorgman County 16-8 October 10, Pen-y-cradg ..j,'.11-4 October 15, Neatb amid Aberavon 15-0 October 17, Llanelly . defeat 3-S October 19, Moomnosbh County, abondooned, rain. October 24..' Londo ...... .....:... 0 October 26, Olympic Game v. Cornowall ....:...............;..:... 32-3 October 28, Army apd Navy 8--6 October 31, Durham ............ 29-7 November 4, Nqrthumberla aea ' Cumlierlaod :.:.....n.............. 18-6 Novemiber 7 Cheshire,..:... 37-4 November 11, Loedon ...... 24- November 1u, Cambridge ... 11-9 November 18, Oxford ..... 19 November 21, Yorkshire ... 24--0 November 24, Laocashire ... 12--0 No\vember 28, Somersetshlire 8'-0 SDecember 2, Midlands and East lith lalds Glub, defeat L......
Public Trustee. £20,000,000 IN ONE YEAR. London, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
Puiblic Trustee. I2o,oo0,ooo IN ONE ."EAB. (By Cable Message.) -anon, January 2. a ~l s 000;,00o., mostly un S i s ~en entrusted to the or thie Public Trustee in the of IF]uit~~Ac Truato: wn'e *c~cI~.ld~'e;iJO44,rtf"tl itit~i* 6. E~·i wsield:VII., aind empoweru the state, tdlogfi an oflioifc~hlied tbh Public Trueter, to act na an executor or trusitee to ally perSom I whio may' desire 4he State to ant for him in aithlr of theeor acgnate cpagitiie. !] ho Act is Biisrd upon the' report on. trisIe rllminiktrqtion oIf 1895 and the 1'ujlil: Truteke Act of New Zeulspd.
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Saturday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
A TD~ PRODUCE REPORT. IomOur Own eo d~aen.) Saturda Morniua 1 ittle produce waesfrrard tlihj gad there wea hearl any al~era. A he rates laid;. Thre fi611owijg ' ieeon offer; 6me, per b~bhi he ...., .loid per lb. iti~-Engsb~,~ prime, £5 per ton Sii '.a.~i i 2ed. 10e: ter on" eaten, £5 a 5esereeU£3per toe, .. oeTable,- 3 to £3 1s per ton; (2tt 0s to 22e 64. 'ue set ominal SBI per lbt (soameraial butter i -re, s to 6d per pair W ~~ePie,4o 2saitd~e gir 0b-46to 6.pe r pir .uo--Ru lii b .e Id to B1 per pair; ?uaeogvy Be to'Be~d ' ,~!Tark~iey-obblew2e d to Is Sd.per hemon ae tD. $8 6cl i ;pa to le "e . "r V e to per paer.
GATTON PRODUCE REPORT. (From a Correspondent.) Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909
4 GATJON ?EODUTUE IEPORT. Ki aa Oorrepoidengt. .: Saturdsy Evening. A very l+ght supply of produce wan mar Skta to-daybwolng uo the'adreadful heat. ?- " ve . 'housands of acres of maize are just be aujp'?od destroyed. ThK lucerne is +:° pQrled, but, of course, with zood'rar : ould recovet--notao with the maize rIsinhr+e' prioees re s follow : ?ŽX uie?-?.. ?Jprlm e, S 9d to 8 11d per bushel 2 B10ts-Iator lOl4per b :.Pg?-g per dosen T'otatoe-Eonglish, £4 to £5 per tout; S s.weet, nohe Chall-Mired, £3 10a to A4 as perton: S2r'' ''+ atet .A4 10a to £64 15s I lucerne, £? ."" .. lStol es d . .ay ,Lu .e,2 10. o to £3 per ton. E: a- b rten,) P,"umpkiue-.4Pper ton r:: ' Oniou,a8 losper ton. ' Cre?sm--8lder lb (commercial butter).