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Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Weather Forecasts . .-.?-- : o :,--- The follolwinlg weatdet r forecat for Qnuoenn?a haNn been issued for the 24 Ihours ening at nooen Inta y :-Utset kIrd, clodndy, and lowtnery, aahmg the tropical cnact, a over Pnolisuttla and in (:ulf country lndor ntlt?htl?e to ntortlt rmt w:lads, blowiang Ifnh a tiames in ithe far noIriht; inel? Utat cooler do tter weCst nod ,outhlm-est, t.mbh tomte clotl, datedoll ateni; tae anad nill hat od hti in eet Intrl disltricts aLtd sotillU-aStl'I quaerler lun?ler natLbh-east io norlt-I-nn wtinds, with le lldency ano Clariioi ls tlltnuter sttorms, bult cool chaage rapidl?y ap )tritni?tg from nt? estwtud brings (fresh san lll t stueht-dant inds eald c loudy tatunther.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
MISCELLANEOUS. Shade is'just as necessary for til welfare of the poultry as sisshite. Hfens over two .years o0l are not I refithble, and should l(e killed. Dead fowls should never hie left about, but should be buried to pre vent the spread of disease. During the. summer months yoU munst avoid' mase as food for ' youi poultry, except for sitting hens. The nullets that.start laying first generally turn out Best, bult , sorb berids commence earlier thnilx thers, The great adshntage that the goosn possesses over other poultry is that it gets most .of its own, living by grazing: It Is surprising to find lhow mnainy farmers expect " a -g good return from their fowls without poine to thi t'rou Ile of takilin care of them. Sittinse hens fed on nithinEg but mail., are in fdr better condition ali the tinv the chicks htclh then hislis fid on any other grnin. The est way. to le:l fowls is to make thelt scratch for their grain. either in loose dusty ground, or in eocl-y-chnff, spread about ; the...
THE ITALIAN CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
TI' E I'AT..IAN CATASTI'OPR'E. fThke disaster causIl by the earth ilqake' in Italy, is bringing Put thIe wor.-t, asd ithe test, that is in heiuno natm'e. It is reported thal 16 mI1n who were" cau;hlt looting at lessina wve?r shot, and that l00) others were arrest:d. Somen of those who were ie,' Ires Ij were attarlking suriVVois, others had illtled an Italian sailor and "ounded a carahtineer and a Customs official. ilnfortunatety such fiends will always appealr on oecasionf of this sort, and .take advantage of Abe help lessness of the unhappy victims. On the other hand, the disaster has calls= forth the sympalthy of all civilised nations., who are vieing wiith each other .in rendering active help towards those w?le ? nar tmpolrarily unna.he to help themselves. The Rev, d. . . Car rlthers, of Sydney, wIJ wlealitly visit eai the scene of the disaster, gives tu account of the locality to a Southern contemporary which conveys a snalis tic imnpression of what is involved in such a catastr...
NORTH CARLTON, VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
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THE TREASURY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
THE TRiASURY RETURNS. The Queensland Treasury retatan for the first six months of the fianaoial year appear to be of a satisfacetory character. When the Trasurer (the Hon. A. U. Ct Hawsthorh delivertd the financial statenset, an the 3rd of last month, he anticipated that the total revenue for the year would be £4,595, 705, and the total expenditire £4,590,502, leaving an estin?nmated sur plus of £5203 on the "l0th of June next, when the State accounts ore iel anced. The total revenue for the six mounths of the year that harc nof passed amounts to £2,Cit3,255, utile the total ejpiaditure for the half year has bIen £2,314,956. T'hi Tras u'rdr has stated that the inrerased re venue for the past six months is It ter by £120,592 tiast for the rortnes ponding period of 19I7. Thie alfects of the nood seasons are se?et in the railway earnings, which a-montred to £198,885 for the monuth of l),cenler, just past, as against £1066,723 for bhe month of Decose Fx, 190117, as insprosv mnent to the...
"The Fight." WITHOUT PREJUDICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
" The Fight." WITHOUT PREJUDICE. (Ily 'Outins" in the Sydney 'Da'ly Tele-. granph." ) tOutis" ,did not go to "Yhce fight," nor did he but a bob uo' daler .Jlnsoa or Burns. He is not the least brit olatd, because the dark ntan, who seems as do cent and jolly-teinper a. fellow as any reasonabl perison. tould 'ricsh o, h'ave his face sanushedi bhy, ad. bhe 'stronger punch, nor doe lihe feel a mpaticle of dejxction at the white maon's ,defeat Hdl Aten any feeling in the matter at all it would .be rather of satisfactdon flat, the vhite man, who discredited his colour most 'by 1Tlring ihimsedf to be' pblicly poundoed fori money, whil6 'poulding' a dacoife at the same tiue,1 got the ; worst of. tbho dru?hbing l y igterest ..In Ite imateter 'nly commnenced when tdh mercenery thumping and tuliosp-takfng was ouir, anmd t' Pro lnao 1'ut'tll," bounding into Ihfe ,Press correspondence arena, upper-cut 'ialat Justitia," alfter p -nh?c th literary ring was rushed, ubd a general scrlom mage dbetwee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
REARN S BRONCHIT . . CURE. ' . .The Famouis Reimedy fox Ciua-hs,- Bronchitis, Pneumonia, SPleurisy, Asthma & Consumption i , ofhoke wi6 have -taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, ~ Asthma, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief; and to those . ~ 'iwsore iubject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation, j :thi e 'Thro'fitnd i iving. Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough nor Asthma to become chronic, nor Consump ;'q'tioto p' develop. Consumption is not known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this iiedrcine. 'WNo house phould be without it, as, taken at the beginning, a ddse or two is generally sufficient, and a complete ; es certain. yM ' .dli ;,i1 i?5a, itre Size, 46. Sold by, all Ohemists and Medicine Vendors, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Buslnes? Announcemeta. Hudson's " Eumenthol Jujubes" Contain no cocaine or other poisonous drug. Suited For the for old and young. For Cough-, Colds. Sore A Throats, Bronchitis, Influenza, and the Prevention VOICE I of.Conesumption. What the Mediral World says The " ancet' :-Proved to be as effectire THROAT t bacterioidally as is creosote. This report from the ," Lancet" laboratory is un- LUNGS I B doubted evidence of the value of umnenthol Jjujbes as an antiseptic. The ' Practitioner" :-Useful in tonsillitis, A. 1 he Larynx, or organ of pharnygiti, and similar ailments. voice. " !he " Medical Press and Circular"' :-Of aecial B. The Trachea, or Wind service to pblio speakers and singers. C Thep onchial Tubpeof Ask for HUD30N'S. Sold only in Tins. adi sected lung. D. A lobe of one of the Price, Is Od. lungs. SCUTION.-ThesLarge Sale for "EUMENTHOL JUJUBES' has led to anumber of imitations being manufactured under the names of Menthol and other Jujubee. The word " EUMENIHOL" is, howeve...
THE ENSILAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
te. e -gralitre . hasn yoth Sothe t ensilage mak " issourage -e. .. S - e J3oh? 'oher d~7's c mb?other,'ae where sto -be. doie. Posei ay rou?s the far t ' elj theninlee explain it s a ist rufashion ufspM5 iiir . imaohin~ry have . n? g ? mahinell ` Aa,-.' 5rpeeificaticMse a faimmer who y i l J lip not mone striking video of -want op Progress on .t:'ofeeguw clturaliess than St on the South ic ledthat hinstruction vpoe they und ertake d ?~s of enilage -ink ;ny disti? t ly i.' ofh i de e?ei elhi thga'.lner ugm, ilo? atdlig " and Lt?si neuhiaog o new +: tl. "It'eas y of ithem ^ ibu:,or r gh. weollw sc-w thae .ih witeih e n t)eir in" the .ll di'ar stogu • " dit.. itaoa Whea... - tf - their -ie ;yp ear wll r Jepro "ltioother' mesas "c 4'W.profit 4thi'oug!out -.tier C r-tu prevented oeeoup, "onad `he farms. t ,i ay' other: cases where Y ,ccromlihehe4 i s: of i rJLhal charoct'r the pso aartraetn;a fjuy doing the 1ihlisnsto e done. Possi i r uts:ay' arouse' the far at.it 'is.not instruiiion y...
THE FIRE DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
THE FIRE DESCRIBED. For many years there has not been a fire in Brisbane so disastrous as that which, lest evening, completely destroyed the well-lkno'wnl establish meat of Messrs. J. and T.- eaeslop, of Stanley-street, South Brisbane.. At' 8 o'clock, the brigades turned out, but within an hour the whole place practically was a heap of rurins,: and, within three hours of the commenc! ntuat-of the outbreak, the firemen were tearing down pieces of timber that were hanging in dangerous positions, and directing streams of water on flames that would break out in the heated charred woodwork that remain ed. The ,damage is difficult to esti mate, because the dislocation of such a business cannot be computed. The value of the stock alone probably would be more than £20,000. The greater part of that will be covered by insurance, but no insurance will cover the loss that must accrue before the firm can import stock to replace that which has lben destroyed. The firm of Messrs. T. and J. Heaslop...
EFFECT OF THE FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
EFF]CT OF TIH FALL. Tihe scene of devastation at lRoth well's and the neighbouring iu-ildisng in Edward-streit was througlhout the mornine a never-failing sniliject of in terest for crowds of persons, who were particularly numerous during the lulch hour. The adjoining shops, without roofs or floors to the top sto eys are a nmss of debris. Fromt the footpath on Finney's side ths scnse is little ost of tho ordinary. To get a ircal conception of whatll hos been done, it is necessary to get an inside or back view, whela brlickis, iron, wood, glass, household furniture, stock in trade of the printer and the fruit erer will he setsi heaped together is hopeless confusion. s h31e. IT. Neslan, plintm'r, whose shop oplens io Adelaide-street, has been proehbly onle of the greatest outside gsnfferers liy thie lire ant resultant fall of the wall. ]lis premises extenl'l'l back to the fire-guttedl building, and also branched off alt right anles as far as MIr. Watt's and Nichol, Lar will. and Butle...
Destructive Fires in Brisbane. Rothwell's, Limited, Completely Gutted. A Picture of Desolation. Total Damage Estimated at over £25,000. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONFLAGRATION. Brisbane, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Destr etive Fires in Brisbane. oiothwelI's, Limited, Completely Gutted. A Picture of Desolation. Total Damage Estimated at over £25,000. rDESOI TiYTION' OF TIIE CONFLAGItA TION. Brisbane, Janua'ry 5. As if to illustrate the truth of the old saying that troubles and disasters never couie singly, scarcely had the, g nat fire in South Brisbane been extinguish ed, when anlother of 'tery serious pro portions blroke out in the city early this morning. At about 3.20 a.m. the man in charge of the telephone at' the Central station of the Metro politan Fire Brigade responded to a ring, through the central exchange, announcing an outbreak of fire in the large five-storied ,brick blilding in Edward-street, occupiel by Rothvwells, Linmited. As the firemen drove to the scene, their course was lighted up with the vivid reflection of the flames, which already were roaring through the windows of the fourth and fifth foors, and even through the roof in parts. 'The news of the conflagration spread thr...
Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Land Court. The monthly Land Court was held 0s. fore Mrr. W. If. Watts, Lead Commis sloner, at the Ipswich Lands Office, yes terday. The following business was transacted : APPLICA'TION FOR CERTIFICATES. J.. H. Fox, parish of Dagendan, 102 acres ; gramte for deed. J. fI. Fox., parish of Townson, 42 acres; granted for deed. E. G. Peacock, parish of To' nson, 380 acres ; granftd for lease. C. IR. Kitzelnasm, parish of Tenthill, 'Ol1a. I1. 34p.; ,djomr'ned' '. Sherlock, palrish of llrasaell, filn. Or. 12p. ; granted for lease. W. F.Isoher, parish of Ifosewood, 80a. Or. tip.; gneeted for Ideodl. .T. If. F. Zarnke, parish of Rosewood, 35a. 3r. 23p.:; ddlourned. A. Josephl, parish of ]losewood, 10Sa. Or. 24p. : granted for ,deed. G. S. F]letcl r, parish of Cooohi, 1535 acres ; -rantol for lease. .T. lE'Elierv, parish of Fessifern, 1fiO acres : adjourned. nas. l)ndlto, lrahll of Dertagwar, :137 acres; granted for deed. APPLICATION FOIl CO-OPERATIVE LICENSE. EI. . ?. :llastnae. fparihes of ...
Horse-Trainer's Death. DISAPPOINTED AT RACING. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Horse-Trainer's Death. Ill A1PIIlN'I1 Fýl' AT' RI.ttlt. (By Cable Message.) Iodon, lanoallry 4. II hal, Icn anserlidl lel Ilat Iahe tral. tior ('(oiCit, of I?'nRe l', hleo rawollyt,' conlittieId .si'iricdtl, nai?llnll thle siame .it IlMathlews. IL is supltostL lt is alM, his real name was Brtini, ant: that to 'Was a Corni?daman . Standing lbeore a mir ror in an hotel at Exeter lie fired three shots f rown a revole.n' The Ulird shot pmte tratetl his l'rain. A nlarket dinner was proceeding in tie roomll telow, tu1 the alnrs nnre not d'earr. fnoich was a rery exc:itaile sian., a?tl' ha Inhe n dsalp Apointed Aby Sie moni-sccenss of Utn. .rure hors'e lh??'rcotie. ,"ti'ih hle exr?ierted to wi 'elln I .'ns l *i' iL' 'i '* i. h voelling w ?re ai .n?a l to Mr. t'eo'uin, Counih 's liauru Dmploy'cri
Influx of Chinese. ACTION BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Melbourne, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
Influx of Chinese. ACTION BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNWMENT. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 5. A joint deputation fron the Aus tralian Natives' Association and the Trades and Labour Council waited on the Minister for Defence (Senator Pearer), at Perth, and urged tlhat measures should I! taken to prevent a further influx of ('hins Iand olther aliens into the State, TheI Minister, in reply, snid lie ssas led to believe that there were being surreptitiously introdlueed into the Wesertn parts of the State c numbelr of 'Chilreses who were Iling ,brought from' Singapore and other parts. They vre,rs it was I?lievud, being landed at ports whlere theia: was not snilicient Customs stnpervision, anti it mitght Jle ifouil niPecessri'l to Itltovide ti patrol steamer. He promnised to lbringi the mntter udIer the 'Altties oif the Federal Govierntent.
The Coal Industry. A VALUABLE PROPERTY. THE OLD SWANBANK DAIRY PURCHASED BY THE HOWARD SMITH COMPANY, LIMITED AT A SATISFACTORY FIGURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
T he todalundustry. A VALUABRLI ?PROPHER Y. THE OTD. SWANBANK DAIRY P P1 RHA D )1 THE HOWARD •.. SM• J CO.PANY, I rD .E . ?R?t BIR. THOMAS 'GASSEY AND 'AT A SATISFACTORYFIGURE. SWe learn fromn a most reliable souice Ihat the H?foward Stith Company, 5 ated, ship onixers, have purchased, froin Mr. Thomas lassey and others, a valuable coal profurty the area .of which is 500 acss. ?The vendors re dived a very satisflactjry figure for the land; and will, we are ap?jired,' mnlke a sul4tantial padfift. The .pirchaser;i ive understand,. are exceedingly well pleased,with theft bargain. They took the precaution to stipulate, awhen siegotiations ware 'first entered into, that they would t?urchase the property, at ea .ertain fig ure, if, within a given time, tests proved that, as coal-producing hind, the area was what tihevendors repreesent?ld it to l?e. Those tests hoa? proved eminently satisfatory, and, a us " result, the purchase. hai been con sunmated. The property forms . Imrt of the old S...
The Adelaide Sensation DEATH OF CONSTABLE HYDE. Adelaide, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909
The Adelaide Sensation, i ..DEATH OF CONSTABLE TINYD. Adaladdle, .Ta.nuary 4. CotMl eibl$,?Ae, iwo wes lhot by sue a Fopus lcaraoters at 31aan'ryw.-tBlll In e.: ational clrcumstances, ,on Sturday .ghth, dli? at the oAdlaAde' HospLtal at " 0.O0 to-ndig?t, not Ilaniog rTg?i?dl oi.l douansmwp,.Jhrcarir.'u . dýB~f9~r=fýUTC1i