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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

" t :. orF. -ae, :;~U':-,iBbs t .iibeat Qnotattios. ;C·bLPii.i·B Fb Mach; ~A~~dled in Iently Whiy moa full benettt aft astirket, by - rect to the beset atotrtlborent ,od J. JACKSOy & C)o., LTD. - over 80 yeaee5) SEale ~d . BRISIANE7 eay aelee. On." Paompt Seatilemn28t. 8 R" BILVERWOOD DAIRY FAOTORY CO. are paying 8ld per Ib for Com menstl Butter contena of Oream deliver Sd at Gatton Station. 750 S Zoeller's Horse and Cattle Medicines .,'"H WHICH THERI ARE HNOKN LTTR." ZOELLER'S MANGE TREATMENT Sa. Ed. per course (pontage Is. d.) noienulflllaI oorrnct and nenuenful whenever a ' aappnedoo g to dr etionne ZOELLER'S EMBROCATION For e r. 2a. d. per bottle. ' For ? Vetem,?and Hunt'n urn. ZOELLER'S "GALL" CURE Your Horse aFriend. Is. per tin. 'The best you everur. ed." zWELLER'S BLACKOILS . S'.. 6d. per bottle. A lpjrlor wound dresslng--nurce Oresy Xeself Noutablfehould bawtihouta bodtte Zoellers' CATTLE MEDICINES anod modern :etLftInary Instruments oakway steked by W. S. F. FOX. ....

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
For the Farmer. FARM-YARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

f For them Far mer. FARM-YARD IW5UBE. "'J.D.M,". /'w;iting i? the "Sydney: Morning Herald," says:- flfow that suitahlf land, as regards location and fertility, is more dificult to obtaint than in: former years, the necessity for the applibation of a stim ulus to 'dil is realised, and in that re spectd lam-yard ianure isB ore o the m.ost 'mieortant products on the fe-r-. ,t.·s perilhable material,; an?d muet' be handled with care and intelligence, to obain its fall value. The greatest loss tbhais lilelyio occur is the waste. of the liqluid excrement, through the wont.of sufficient Ieddin" .to absorb it. leplty of litter should Is supplied to all3 "animals confined in shsls or stables, and. tlhe fi'oors s ,constructe·d 45 tosevkirent escape by Iekage. The next greatest .Ips 'is leadhieg by cains. Genemlly the manure is thrown • out each day, dinto the open yard, whero it lips probably for moniths cipsedso .to sun and ,ains, when moe ttian half its valuesiWs lost." Whenever a pnaddock'...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

O GA~ZNHAM PhODUCE D EPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Saturday Evening. Only very small suppliresof produce are roming ir, a'td prices are unchanged. I ,l lowing are the ruling rates:- Meize-Prime, os 9d perbushol & Butter--Factory. 10Ld per lb Fggs--D9 per dozen Potatoes-Engliesh, £4 to £5 per ton; weewt, none Chaff--Mired. A' 15s to £4 pr to?: oaten, P3 15s to £4 lOs ; luce ne L 8 to £4 War--Lucarne. £2 to £2 10alOper ton Onions, £? per ton Cream--Sd per Ib (commercial butter)

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

FOPES' IlILL PRODUCE RILEPORT. (From Our Own Correapondent). Saturtay Evening, Small supplies wore forwalded today, and the following prices ruled : Maize-Prime, 3s 10d ppr bushel Bacon--Nil Dlutter-Farmers', none Eggs--9?1 per dozen1 Patoes--nglish, £4 5S per toui; sweet Cone Chaff-- ixed, .3 15e per ton; osten, zilr buoerne, £e3 I7A d to £4 lOa ay-Luocerne, £2 to £3 per ton; oaten, none Pumpkins, none forward Onions, none Turnips-Sweae, none Eoosters--Ss 9d to es per pair Hens--ls 6d to is 9d per pair Geee--4a per pair Ducks--English, Es 9d to 8s per pair muoaora , 8a to Sa 3d Pigeone-s'o quotation

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Government. Brassall Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Local Government. Brassall Shire Council. Saturday last was the time for hold ing the monthly meetilng of the Bras sall Shire Council, but by mutual arrangemerit it was adjourned till Sat urday next.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queensland Jubilee. A MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF CITIZEN OF THE CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Queensland Jubilee. A- MS-SAGE FRO1M THEl CHIEF CITIZEN OF TIHE CAPITAL. On the threshold ofI 109, duriuep which Bribalie as a municipality (i addition to the State itself) will clee brats its jul:ire, the Moayor (Alder men Buchananuml) ihas penned the fiarow ing sihaificant ahd hopeful messago tc (.alc-nslandes : IT, a Queonslader, say natiurdil feel proud of the progress made by my State during the past half cen tury. I sincerely wish that at the c'] of the next 50 years Queensland ~ill occupy the positiofi her magnifi ecnt sesources entitle her to, and he, in fact, the s]sseen State of the Coin minonwealt the irsd widsh of every trot Qusesslisder should ,be to fill up thl rmnpt; spaces of thils creast Stits. i' is to ;e hoped tihe julile of Qu:\ne lanld will be celebrat?: in such am ini nir- that our kinsifolk across the 2s.! cannot fail to h.e attracLtedl to ou land cf libcrty under the Scuthlerr Cross. The stalilishment of a uni n?rsity wisI. Is a most exoelleut svay of comimem...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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President Roosevelt AND HIS HUNTING TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

President Roosevelt AND IlIS HUNTING TOUR. Talking, tile other day, to Bishop J. C. eHartzelf, of the lMethodist Epis copel Church of Afrima, President Roosevelt outlined .his itiuerary for hir Afrioan hunting trip next year. Re said that he intends to enter Africa at MIombasa,.the principal port on the East African coast, oppocite Zan ibnar, and proo~ld by rail 650 miles northlsard to Lake Nycana, hunti~sn oh the way. "Two hundresd and fifty miles bsove Monmasa, anodl ex tending to LakIIe Victoria Nyanza, is the finest hunting-ground in 1th world." 1Bishop lHartzell said. ' It . herm that the President expects te find his big game. I will cross thie Uganda plateau ahov6 Lake Nyarna, reach the source of the Nile, and prccad up' the valley of the Nile un til' he reaches Cairo. Us will visit Khartousi." Within two weekas - of the expiration of his term, in,M arch, of .next yVer, Mr. lRotoes\elt will Ix out c thl, country. His outfit is ali .,'dy, and he is loolneg fcrwad tir the vacat...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOLASSES IN PIG-FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

MOLASSES IN PIG-FEEDING. Some notes nmre given )by tim 31au sachusctts Experimental Station in connection' with molasses in pig-teediny. "For young pigs," tlie I'prt L talter, "weighing 501t, we have begun with an olmnce daily in connection witl weert skim milk and maize Inm'l. anld grndeally incroeased, Iuntil, , liii tihe pies vernarwl 2.301, , earl, ws r. ceiving .111 caily. Tlh<\r pigs continuie to ijow well, ald elhbw nio Infavoui'r nlil, effects Ifron tline molisese ratioin. Whltlthr it will prinve mnrle onoilnir nl hanu maize nmeal for fattllning hmas not lben· demonstrated. Tlie station inletrd to grive this matter f{,rtlhe linuy, lnoluasge beinm' very delicidnt liu hitrogtnous matter, ~must be fol in connection with sone Iprotcin con contralte, when used ds the conmpo namnt of a ration for dairy stlck n?nd grinwing pigs. It is bilieved the chief use of nmolasses will consist in its appalrently favomeablo nction uion the oganis of digestion, and in iim proving tic...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Picnic Party Poisoned. PTOMAINE IN A TAINTED GOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Picnic Party Poisoned. PTOMAINE IN A \AINTED GOOSE. A part'of 31 boys from Camliberwell, who camped at Soereuto for the holi days, had an. alarming and paiful: exoDnerene(eays the Melbourne "Age.") The supply of food ,they took with them included, a goose, whinle the parents of one of the party had sent. from Echuoa. Each of the 'lenaicers was, served with a portion of the gopse at. the midday eal.. .After the lapse of several hours some of them be?au to complain: of hained end stem ach pains. Later on those were sim ilarly attacked, 'eind commncnepd vom iting. T/hrew lads - Ibeoas-e uncon acious, and after assstae.e :bad ,in otained Inorm?s a neiighhaing ho'us.e, medical advice was datained, and phy ic administered, with the reseul. that Tey regained their -senses.

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Saturday's Pastimes. Cricket. C.Y.M. SOCIETY V. BLAIRS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Saturdays Pastimes. ripk~t C..M. SOC1ETY V. BLAIR SCJXjB. A friendly match.. between 1he1 C.Y.L. Sociefy Cliar and the . ".ir's Club evntuatk d on the Nortli.Ipswich. Cricket " fckerve on Satitrdl y after- noon. After a good match, the Iea-l turo of -whioh was the pbot-oc?' someof 104 compfed':hy Joe 0"Cosmackek for the C.Y.M. So'oiltv, thti latter ti?anm won by live wickets and 54 runs on the first innings IBlair's batted fiirst, making a total of 104. T. Plati maci top score:with 36, vhile Campbell amld the Rayev. C. C . Compthjs made 19 and 20 respectively\ Murtagh and Cashin divied bowling honours for the C.Y.M. Socidty, each gcttin, lour wic kets. The C.Y.M.S. then w?nt to the carens, and at the drawnvg of 1tumpps had .made 155 ruies for the blos of Jve idieldts, Joe )t'Cormahk being responsihbe for 104 (n?t out). The followi!g are the individual scores: -ILAIR'S CLuB--First Innings. H. Camphldl, run out ......:............- . 19 C. Boldery, c. J!. lIsnt, b. Cashin 6 T. Platz, ...

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WALLOON V. ROSEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

WALLOON. V. IOSEa'OODp: The Rosewood cricketora journ'ye' to Walloon on Saturday for the puIr lpose of takinig part in a friendly ganm, but again the. local men scored a victory by I19 runs on the first in nings. 2. Potts :capltained the visit ii's, and, on winning the toss iromli it. nutll I, the mlll ?e t am wil'e list outl into the field until Rosewood's Inst wicket fell for GS, J. 'Watkilns aunl W. Potts ionltributing I16 each, 1'. 'ltiiiie 14. Iid J :'1lsn?in It. Walloon respondrel with 117-1). Nutl.vy 5:, I Piln i2d. II. Natl'ly 1I, Ilouihen, n.. ¶1, Fin;clhr a1d kicel?s 5I each, a rilii h. Rllosewoot, in ther ,eondl ottiimpt, had compihiid I1 fir 7 wic ",ats at call of tinm---P. Adams 45 not iut, WV. Potts lt ,not out, cad smn 'ri.s l10. i or-lilig fir Walhoon, N?t ley sm- reii .i for II, ] ghen, sen., I for 2., lischer r1 ior ie, Bou_,sen.. il., 2 for 21, lioniii 1 fir"17, and1 irlser I fir 21. F1r RUsew-od, P. A dams capitireid 7for it,' .1. Wat kins 2 fecr li. 1:. Ali-s 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Ex.tl.nc. may .. s..inue. p th.. 1Vp till thirty-live. Afllr qlvir'ty-liver.i And thi--jiut li'in.--]{H. lh'n1 . Lif, I:1 Iot o:e mi.eranlle ,ter you relll' ml e:| "I 4 se o1 r?ieorlll itos undurls, tnle Iu w dLou s f duComlblal il 8 l 'all - I fi?s lll| ~yo will lii' :u w.' ],or sle lo ,.. Alestis. tIrlo. t el Fooi. 1 1. hlel sl In ]lululnl Mecrnolut Agntu, IswihI Ill tWest Molrlto.u 17

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The Weather in the South. HEAT-WAVE IN SYDNEY. RECORD TEMPERATURE AT BOURKE. DISASTROUS BUSH FIRES. ENORMOUS DAMAGE. A GALE AT MELBOURNE. INJURY TO WHARVES AND SHIPPING. Sydney, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

The Weather i!n .?g : South., · HIEAT-WAVE IN $Yi llRECOltD TEEPERBATUREJ AT Bou. .. SDISASTROUS1BUSH FIRES. ENORMOUS DAMAGE. A GALE AT M:ELBOURIEN?S1 ?. Immnau TO wnTAVES.ANIID SHIP-? .PING., (By 'Ilegrapti from Our Corrfspehoessti The heat wave prevoilie, vrtx' State affeteed Syditey to-dy, i :. , sulted in the unusu~lly Aegi iton of 104' degrees. ~' lIt' eame from lnies lolthn w st, ' ai~ e0 pie were completely pro'tst d, in. the day.a. .rush was·iud mixed bathing. resorts, and in ennoon, ;Many, Coogee, other beanhes?were densely A startling' ehanoouedure evening, rand ~;)Bsre~ce sqaiJ! with it clouds-oIat o sit hour 'w~as r dre 2y' the ast , T th'e r |-rom 96e reee?, iiFciW. p.m., to.3 deea..ih. In the suburbst lihl0@ I3~ werenreistered.xe e At Blour.e trto-d ys thte hilgliest· on re·u.uJ ;1I)5 d?e shade,;toinh -,eiite. apt radin drodpyd ba s grees, , -" trict, wdiieli~ Ihe usaet5~ Wssel r~bs.·oke away. In. *ad@R?~ aui Set hiethekt To rlnxlar Mimati~f~ psttioils 'arid '1awd also...

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More Immigrants. Melbourne, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

M . More Immiyrailfr (By Telegr~p1h from Our Co Mlo.- ounn• J .? Tdlho Abre~dm liorr Pe from loodon o-daoy. Sbc, possoengers, Ancluing '00 I 'new Southf Wad ea Qimaee

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Wandering in the Bush. Charleville, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Wandering in the l --+ O :---- :,a ;???? (Iy Tele?r.ai fre'Our Co Cha ~levi~lle, · gui; The Errovmani nannlran e1.a l *21aIt. He reported having ulsco two men, b~ootles and 4s eeeie ,hles without coaes,. w alking bohut bush, on the poinlt of perloishyg, lBulloo mid ErroManiago. ~ t1eok on the coach noodCovcyod "uthdm.~ i ni st w ell.': , : "

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

PESONAL. . / • . ..., .-., __ Among the fIansengess fy the ii MW OrotaRa, which arrived iikt Pankebenia o - New eYeara Eve, was lMr. iAr-u.irn tridge, of Efieohetli-street,.Isi;a who has recently bCeen on a trp?." ]:wnslianl and Scotland. Mr. l'artigle" who looks the picture of heatlit lrisbano early in July last by? r"th' 1.M1.S. Oroyn, sister ship to ih. Oro-wt 'tinva, ald experienccd an extsiis':y plausant end ,iijoyable voya, t? tie old counatry, where lhe mae s Loild, iis headquarters. Natunally hlie viited the FJin'eic-lfritish Jlxhibitimn, and r-c Ic~-lsd Iis acauaintanee s'itlh his I Jp ? wielh fiidJ,,ls. Of hi. J. MI. C?aplhl.':; II: hlas notliiiig isut praise, and says thfst thatl gentlemun pirat;ically never left htis ihtileesevn ,for an cveniog"'s. iimniseieiit. r lIrl. Partridge, evrinag to ILondosl a11u '?i wonders, say ~tlha?t s?m?e of tl?, iliiigs which ltresck him sne-t wir?e the inusiinsi e amolnst of ,the ?].ctric traffic and the "two-penny'" tuihes. 1H afliparent...

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COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Saturday Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

GOMMERCIAL. "Queesland Times" Ofice, Eaturday Noon. essers. Siemon and Sons, pro:luct merchants, i-port that there are no alterations in their market rates. The followin, are the ratet paid by that firn to-day: S FABinxB' PRIoue. Maie.-Prime, 4s 2d per bushel 'Ch?Ia--Mied, prime (luessee -bags and bales in), £3 15s to £4 ta per ton3 lo oerne-prime (balg aad bales in), £3 10s to £4 per ten Potatoem--o qectetion Onioh-No quotation Sggs-Sd per dozen Hene-2s 3d per pair - .Booters--8s to 3s 84d per ai O s.ks-Eaglish, 8s per .psir Mueoovy, 8s.d64 o 8s 9d per r . - '~oney--lfd 'to 2d per Ib eetwaex-1! to 3dq per lb

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BOONAH AND FASSIFERN DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

Al D FABBIFERN DISTRICT 1 IARKE TI0ICEI " Satirday TFening. o the iabove dihtrioc rport Vh'aiia a4 u&3aer pair ~ ~ 7j~ o4J parr

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[?]OSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

SEWOOD ANT) DSTBICT [AB KET PHI'ES. Saturday Evening. " follwf?g are .friner's prie68 for ay: , prime, 4s 1d per bushel ?gge,& 8d ea dozen 1a-5B AxeO,2 los .to 16le axrton; . oaten, £B lO1to 4;'lucerne, L8 10e StoL8biu e ters, B to Bs 8d per pair ; Iann, 2a t>,.-?2ssd..." . '-~ee:ae to s ea e peir pair hiluIoke-s-Englsh, a -d to as per pair ,8std?. .. , . ne toubeo d per paira ;gobblere, 10ae 3d fo B 14 Per P.ir.'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 4 January 1909

FUNERAL.-The Friends of Mr. JOHN     BURROWS, College's Crossing,   Lower Khola, Deceased, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from his late Residence, Ferguson-street,   North Ipswich, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (MONDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Ips- which Cemetery. J. W. REED, Undertaker.     FUNERAL.-The Friends of JOHN JOSEPH, WILLIAM, EDWARD,   THOMAS, MALCOLM, CHARLES,   JAMES, WALTER, and SARAH JANE BURROWS, and Mesdames J. W. MORRIS, JOHN WILLIAMSON, and JOS- EPH RENFREY, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their Deceased Father, JOHN BURROWS, to move from his late Residence, Ferguson-street, North Ipswich, at 3.0 o'clock THIS (MONDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Ips- wich Cemetery. J. W. REED, Undertaker. The Queensland Times. (Established 1859.)             MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1909....

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