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Broken Hill Dispute. RAILWAY LINE BROKEN UP. A SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. POLICE ATTACKED BY THE CROWD. REINFORCEMENTS SENT FROM SYDNEY. GOVERNMENT DETERMINED TO KEEP ORDER. SERIOUS TROUBLE FEARED. Sydney, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
Broken Hill Dispute. - - ITAILWAY LINI; HIiOKiI.N UL'. A SENSATIONAI, IIEVlAlH'MI-NT. POULCE ATT'ACK]Ili) BY TlilH CROWD. REiCI':NFORWEM INTS' SENT FROM SYI)NI y. GoViVERNMN I'T DITE'T ll.N ED TO KEEP ORDER. SERIOUS JOIUBL]E FEAEIl). :By Telegraph from Our Correspondant.) Sydniey, January 4. A portfolu of iol railway lina Ilt n. i! to telo Broken Hill l'roprietary miium wa unlow? up 3csteilday. Sorimts troubleo i tabUcipuAtxl. Later. A sensational developmient occurred n connection with the proprietary troi lo this aftornoon. After the men ihnd boon paid off, seven officials from ihe mine who had been given a, afo. conduct through the licket,, ere . assaultod by ithe crowd. A con tiegent of 30 police arrivel on the ci&iei pnd were stomnd by the cdrowd. Tie. police threatenod. to draw tchoir oyolvers., Dr. Hains .fterwards trii. tod push. through under police escort. liie crowd stopp'd him,. and atter a usle ? With 4lih police -a man: juocu: ed into the veiliice and drove it,...
State School Teachers' Conference. Brisbane, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
State School teachers' Coin ference. Irisblane, January 4. U?i?qites to the Stato School Teach eis' Coifcorce, which cotmmnceos to neorrow, were fornmlly welerodol by the Tluaor at the Town Btla1l this a! enoon. Thce usuld' tonit-losti was honoured. Amsnntoyo. sitosto jteosot nor tflee .Ne10,. A. Hi. ,liriow, Srister toe Vublic 1 rstLroion; Mr. .T. . StorSy, Udler Seen toary ; Alderman P.. i'leunoing, 3ir. .Jtn il Morris (I?~esident of thle Coltecr mnce), Sir. E. lExley (lirCetosrer), SIr. .1, Crellint. r. .J. Spiers, Mr. WV . T. Gray, tie. .1. E. Jones, Mr. W. J. litingtsn. Mr. I. A. iiritggs, Mr. L.iG. Corrie. and Lirlcustm.t Hf.. liaonJ, the laoder of whoso reiresented tale Westesn 'Tleahers' Unlionl. Tue Mtayor sstaondel n ltctrlty swlcioc to thel delhguns. Jie slid driros wvos i gi?tbd tic rask-t-iht of dsaylopli!"g .rid mlooiding tics chsraetrr cI ithe antion. In referred to tle Norm~l Shoiol, ines 3ssCe sod oat) hie ondctstNosod (Cst it was shorly to be tunned jolr n high sch...
Fire in South Brisbane. MESSRS. J. AND T. DEASLOP'S PREMISES. HEAVY DAMAGE DONE. Brisbane, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
Fire in South Brisbane. MESSMR4. . J. AND T.. I?EASILOP'S PRI?E IS ES. HI'AVY i.\31DAGE ,1ON1~. fBy Tetlegraph froml Our Corrimpolldint.) Br'i,?'?Tie, .lannairy 4. A s.riolst ih?c 'eiirrt'd it about 8 o'clchl, .tis ev'ning, in the Ipmi of lMessrs. J. ail T. I':easiip, whol0hl ,dw and reitad ,'reirs and troai mong -ro. Stanly'-stret, utitth triS ban.... ThI'lu, tnu? w:.re ir'st. not'iel, inl thi bulk strn', ait It. rar n of the 'e toil is'iti-in ,'. 'l' th Ili't, ':~.l v.ery tircoly on titus po'tion of thi buimlinm for fully an hIoiur. A. fairly strim niith-ei'sl winot drisve the Into' is ti wir:Is lh,, ritail ihips, tni th, s were quickly ignit.:,.. Th,, ?'tl'rts of" th..?];re 5rii, 5 'l- dirc't, d tu -sisv.ntinbs," i ilv 'un -isw f -m i s truoln ltl I th , silk jiinins' Ulili ii , s-I is in l tli i bhsy w,,,-, .. w-J' uls-fiI. TIlw &lt;natl gel-tk dnll e "was v,,ry ,.x..nsive. na' MIess's. II?'shep ,'arrb i, wery ]waxvy stocks, th,. hUnl ,la "i ._ u?:'d : dI ' (1 .p, f,,o" ...
Queensland Treasury Returns. THE TREASURER INTERVIEWED. Brisbane, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
iueenslanrd Treasury Returns. ---+-- : o ;--- CIIE TiI.EMUERI iNo ERVIEW ED. (Iy Tele'raph from Our Correspondent.) Brisbane, January 4. A return nu-s issued to-nigit show inst tde revenue and .expeiliture for Queeisland for thle montlh of 'Iecems'ecr and nlso for' the six months ended on the 31st of " eoeibber 'lst. The rev enue fo' the' motith just passed was £432,412, compared w'it h £396,172 for tihe same month of the preious year. The amnount .leea?eil drom the Com monwealth was £111,460, .an increase of £5488. Taxation. Iproduoed £23,. 830, an i?ereas' of £441; territorial revenue totalled £E23,15, . a ?erease of £2078: During ;Ieenlmser the railwa\rys earned £198,885, being! 'an increase' of £32,162:"h. rhe revaue inder 'te head ing .of 'other rseceilts," amounted to 40-,519, an increase o? £854. The rev onue for the? six sonthi of the finan stial yepr 'es £2 S3, 255, compareO *ith £2,242,662 fo :ste .orrespomnding period of the previqus, financial year. Tl.e 'ainounte receiv...
Burrum Colliery Dispute. ARRANGING A COMPROMISE. Maryborough, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
Burrum Colliery Dihpute. ARR.ANGING A COMPIl'Ri?OISE. (vy Telegralph from Our Cor?espuondset.) Marybloroughl, otar sary 4. Its onnecttion with thie troubld at the Burtrum Riverside Colliery, thb- minrs, having rotunled from their holidoys, mnet yesterday. Mr. Kerr, lPresident of the Coal-Iliners' Union, proesided?, It swas decided to alppoint4 two delecgats, Mr. Kerr (Presidnut) mad Mr. Nol.an (Grcretiary), of the organisattio? to mINeet the manager of diue tilnw for the Iturptose of arranginug a cfompronse.l Tod-Lay the lmatta.er (Mr. ilomilton) Irci\red the dleputatot. lie p]ropose I! that (the men should t|ke over ih, colliery, and work ito tribute, otl thtty refiused. ft was understood otn luoth sides at the outset of th,, trouble that the mine was to Je closed down flor a i0 days' holid?ay. That perito Ilhs not yet eXspired. The.mncas do not con sderf that they a're on strike, Inut :assert that they. are merely uitilifing the present suslpension o olperations as ni *pptortomuit...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
FUNERAL.-The Friends of Mr. JOHN &nbsp; TEICHMANN, Deceased, are re spectfully invited to attend his Funeral, &nbsp; to move from his late Residence, Kirch- heim TODAY (TUESDAY), at 2 o'clock, for the Kirchheim Cemetery. &nbsp; &nbsp; G. BOETTCHER, Undertaker. The Queensland Times. (Established 1859.), TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1909.
DEATH OF MR. JOHN TEICHMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
DEATH OF MR. JOHN TEICH &nbsp; MANN. &nbsp; There passed away at his residence, Kirchheim, yesterday, a very old re sident of the district in the person of Mr. John Teichmann, who had attain- ed to the advanced age of 84 years. The deceased, who cane from Ger- many, arrived in Queensland in 1864. In the early seventies he settled in the Kirchheim district, where he en gaged in farming for many years. His wife pre-deceased him by only a couple of months. The deceased leaves two grown-up sons-Messrs. Henry and To bias Teichmann. The funeral is to take place at 2 p.m. to-day. &nbsp; Great Collection of Vases and Orna ments at Cribb and Foote's. See their Show-Room Display. &nbsp; Christmas and New Year Cards and Christmas Post-Cards. Marvellously low &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Prices. Cribb and Foote.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 5 January 1909
uiiuKL ¶IE. IF IF IF ?~pU are looking for n ,irm ??ho can SAVIE YOU MON~EY in your buy aig of House ' Furniture, may oe oring: u~ner or oo4iuro Ilmit n! Payne & Werry, Boonah, 'alh delight det ioing.oblc 4o snell an orti 'l as goonl as l?ar comipetitors nt a As p~fricc. Olyn tihirn a rcll mlofre purdhoaoing rlo '.here. " 7. ·i, ? . ·r ;: . . . NXREERB' 'co-OPEIRA* rXVR:4.~·IG 00i LTD.,' DrOTERS or camin ~any A q ne I*At anid .peg to raport tbe Price of ~Lter ~t Sipr wt lor, First-Grade. WPOa IMEu tBOS. . (F t bfshed 1.2 Years). R DE AND BUTTER FACTORY. Crtam :t Highest Qpotations. a utter, Ice, Form Ilachicery; aulnd Silo Matkeals. P hone 24 IERWOOD DAYRY FACTORY o;Oi-. are payoing 8td per Ib for Con ai-~:!n Butter conteots of Cream delver 'at Gatto Satoon.0 Zoeller's HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES iTHAN WHICH THF.RE ARE NONE mETER?" SRED BLISTER. 2s. Ed. tin. .utit lntte for Firing Hone. O TQNIC POWDER, 2s. 61. tiu. f1or LIorn s od Cttle. WORM POWDERS. .r, ors. Illudlogt ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
SHIRE OF WALLOON. R EC)RD OP ATTENDANCE of Councillore for the Year A. D 1908. Pela'ced and published in eccordal cn with the prlvi ions of Clause 5 ,,f ByLaw N... I, : No. Marke / Names. Division Number of Meetings Attended. Rep'e Suruame. Chnibtia.. an. nud. Ordinary. "pei,. Spec'al 1. B A. einer Harry Division 1 Nine (9) Three (3) One (1) 2 iseenmenger Charles ,r I Eight (Si Three (3) 8 Baehmasn W. O. ,, 1 Nine (9) Three (3) 4 A. Maloney Maurice Division 2 Eight (8, Two (2) 6 t1. Bick Martin ,, 2 Six (6) Three (8) 8 A. Noland Joan Division 3 Ni e (9) Three (3) 7 U.' Litzow. U. F. W. ,, 3 even (;) Two (2) 8 A.D. Nunn E. Cooper Division 4 bi e u9 Three (3) One (1) .9 Kavanagh M. U. ,, 4 Eigat (8) 1ltree (3) A. Signifies Retirement through Efltuxion of T.me. B. Chaitman of the Shbre. G. Rehigned. SI. I hiirman of iFinnce.Corrmittee. B. Granted Leave or h.beuce by Conocil, vide Sea. 16 (ii ). Act 2, Edw VII., No. 19. By order, M. KENNEALLY. 228 .;lerk. AuCtisn Rales. WEDiNESDA,. JANU...
Telephone Charges. BETWEEN IPSWICH AND OTHER STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Telephone C i~r c: IBEVPWEEN 1PiBWn v - A1iCff A 3EER STATIONS. ` ThI t1e olipwivg £¶ iisa''fBi t iot charg the use ,ie ie phoneie btetlprWl h Ipevich~toa L", ,. Mepte& ~j l~. 1?o~om LO Bowe'siilie Cessbe'ysj L DeO Clsbiletia i~.'. ~~.. 2' 4' : garansl ; >t " D §."".y .s Elguees ~ B 4 l ~ Glameitgaais i d:4 o? ' :a e .' i 4 ' ;4 j sjujss*&ous.:..r.;:...~. r! B desdii1 Gra:ss ·~·a~ : *la umds .4. ~oodZ -ai l·ti~rle .lE~.i'~·.- ~ f ~iAsediiin ...... 12· . ynn. u Mwd~ree;·~d·?·r.r··::.:~ I'i A ~?rsr~s2s~u~. ···: ::~~r~?:44~ iv
LATE COMMERCIAL BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. Tuesday, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
BISISBA1E3 EPa: ic 7J passed up to 5s' 4d s-udnd".? at 4s. splies ot tetc were .to Iii ]luesnsk r;ealoked:' io, to lOs d, "lBrl wnells to 11s ids aids l early.rose to 11' 2d6 Kline .of rocks was passed naV 's s9d. ,- l.:' '", BULING PRICES IN A CTIO , ' SHED. The fd?lowing prices ?so ita ti7 e IJoiaa-street auction shed today: Maize, 4s 5d ; lucere chaff, 4?'11dto is Id ; mixed chaff, ds: id, pa¢ed, ,s 4d, passed; -. oatoen ,a i ,'" ' :id, pas.sed, to 4s, passed*woese ;eaaww." chaff, 3s 3d, passed i turnis; s ".Sd hlueskins, 2s, passed, .to ;'d .d : Brownells, os, passed, to 'ils d;early : rose, 11s 2d; white rocks, flf 9d, pass. cd. " TO, -DAY'S .SAL . ,roYest Btll.-To Barnes : ~ 4BF4641, lu came chaff, 60 hbags (FIT), 5s 2d, passed. To Laidlaw.: DF4653, nblue skins, 10 bags, 2s, passed. To Laid 1'.. : F2040, oaten chaff, 31 bogs (HIrl), 4s, passed. To Hwes : 35 lags mnixed chafft (FLIIs, 5. To Lai.ulaw : 28 hags oaten chff't (XIII),. 3s Od. passed. 'l F.C.D. Co. : H3937 mixed chaf...
THE POST-OFFICE VESTIBULE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
THE PdST-OFIF? FS V TB..-'ULE. Just at present the esilbutle oLt the. Ipswich Post-Office hi iso n ytling bmv4a presentable condiuion.. tren ,.esone casee. or anothier sewveral eiare feet of thee dle paiveentt hals Itod an inch or nmore :off tihe foundauion. Vie rltul is thit an area of several feet of he ltea has eien kicked out of position, amd they lie seat-, twed about in delighrtul confluslon. Nt only lhas the place ithus teen, readered un lghltly, hut it nis also da1tigerous, in that persons hasing occasion to vifit thle wi-suliWle ure liable tp trip and fall hear ily. It is really tneo that aetLse was takeon by lthie authotes to on leant maklie the plae safte for the public.
SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
SALVATION AthIY MISSION. The iissiioa which l In be conducted by Adjutant Lovelock a;b the S?l?wtion Army B3arn cks, Nirchlaeistnast, was con tinued last oight. Adjultant ovelock delivemwG a spirittual asid Implessive sd dress, oosioDeig as iis . subject. IP lmmed laem Auswerlto 'Pahoe ,' aId In (i4e course uSt his re?arags d?e hicted intomsoes, beaidig on tLse msater. troan the lives of Abraham, ..ecal aid lotliers.' -fe ugid upon his hearers t(ae necesiaty for pray er. it??they expected "to r. succesefula. 'in their mision said dabouirs for God, faor Prayer nWe one of the easeotial ftators' of success in Christian work. Ths mission will be contlinued tosglht by Aldjutast L?volock.
THE "QUEENSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
TITU "(tTEENSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. With Saturday's issue of the "Quecas land Times" we intend, in aeccordanue with our naural custom, to present each subscriler with n copy of our shoot-almanac for the year 1909. It contains the phases of the noon acrd' the times o( the rising and setting of the sun on each day tirroughout the. 12 nionths. In addition, the list of memorable events will be found to be of an up-to-date character. The al-' manac should tiesolore prove to h be useful, fr .reference purposes, to our namerous subscribers.
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
SYDNEY UTNIVERSITY 'EXAMINA TIONS. In the Ist of thei r.eslt~s of the examinatiaon conn?nct,~l at the Svdn-ry University in Dlecembner last appears the name of Miss lmuriel B. Ramsay, who passed hw third year in arts. She also gained s-cojnd placeo in her year for English, third for-history, and passed il termain. 3Miss Ramsay, who is n daughter of Mr. J.an Ramsn say, of Quarry-street, Ipswich, .yas at one time a pupil at the Ipswich Girls' Gramunar Srhool; and she is to be congratulatedl on ac.ljuitting herself so crdlitably in the rhigher realms of edncation.
Local and General News 1909 CALENDARS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Local and General News -:o: 1'0 CA.1 LEND1ATS. We lhave r.,i\voI a nSotly-arnuuged olldsr for tI h yiar 1911) fr1an lthe Uni I" it luxu~rme Comullany, t11e (weAl f.snt. for w iillv is IMr. Ui . 11. li'lu.e. 1lris n ellll' st r( t : and ua t fa? ncly-i" u, - ww1l from the ]Paintie IJn?ura?wce (bunluy, I.i?n:t'l. whilch is repre.sent~ d in Ipseich hy Mr. F.d.ar ltobinson, of Sllenlno rpougi-street, -
DO YOU ENJOY WHAT YOU EAT? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
fi'o tiJENJOY WHIAT " OIIflAD rg X _o don t. your food does not do oitmucll.gobod. Thore is ot way to LeIr th'lol nl 1.t nseo IN suet oruoogtl o amidIx iy exrcept y ,6uriolrcont. s. on" y toe oarreil bi o isdy ex loi 'hrugii Uoe m4owwooo. 'Flei stooooeuh e"iok A il iephAlithly, hiee, sen .1 oeet, i0'krdb · t"mdill go doIwn, ando'l ddsesc l)idult. Dr! Mlelden'o Digoitte Tab :i~e ime rce 0'y hiat cecrme nlmIboould '"IU whew there is onythimmg Ft t w tde Uteo etimnuli. Poor e les of Strength. nocr. tseodahe, joil bereothl, loter oolieotle endr dyonitepid are 5 y uoret by tie ois imi Oh. Sholdin'll tp 44n 0rinsmem Thmese Tnexie i-eorpr:" wiý .nuaIjieso igsdnclldo the Oral ofi komewo ott oimmilt ?toi ilm ivo prmiierlin. 'Ploy deafolyIm 1&lt;$O'IIi ~+yoili at time ottemioul,, rbeleiz i}IA* wveoheomed organ, nold pemerood4n~git _310 haft%'and remeraite. Wthen yeil tote 3)F. Sheldon'sn 0 Dmeestlile Toiulmr oeery thmbgt:yo30 eat lootos good, soid emeory 1mt of yhe sota',enlt, that ti...
Poultry Notes. WHITE LEGHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Poultry, Ntes. 'WHIE. LEGHORNS. Iathecoursea`'fa ohaptier :on "BM%. uIg Stud Poultry in 'thet ?oyal Agri "uittra 't Sexety s 4nnual 1908t, the opinion, 'fiTr.3I .J. fllington on M.present position of the l White Leg-. sn, :a a treed, a:id' the reasors of its deciaene n¢ tnhe sliow 1pe is given 'it legthb Frbmn this the following is . Tne positiaoi occupied at prcsent iy the e 'er-popular White' Ieghorn is ptob' ably_' -unique in tlhe .history of pure, breeds. The ;measure of estimation il which a breed isheld at any particuliar Itnod. ;ist" gn?vrally to Ix gatugod iy " the 'anumber of tgies , and r-ulity' f exhibits pennenad t otn bi'. shows. 'It is safe to say ,that thia brted . Was 'aiaer ,so pop itlar as at the present time, a"d yet the aue'ty of entries and quality of a'ijbits conpared with 'thosoof somo year .a ' ' ao a. mratter 'of comment isong. bteeders \Perhps the very thing that ihaas given itAh an' impetus to the utilitarian' side of the Lbred haa ilen destruecive of the ...