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The Truck Acts. DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE'S REPORT. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

The Truck Acts. - "o :- DE'PARTMENTAL COMMI TTEE ' UIEPORT. (By Cable Message.) L.onldon, January 4. A rmajority of t ,l*h Drpnrtreontal r.-Om miit'C alpjrintul to inquire ilnto tlle op eraroln of ti' Truckl' Adstoar nl rsonau Jod lon extntwitltn of l'hi Acts. and aurges Srestriction in the fanes imposed on urm ployees. The crunmittee ronsidors that rie system of living in is Ararlnful nct ?n:o nloral sido, ?t t(h e .t'ils ulog. d are n,'it air so seriinms nor sro, widnopr'ad as has lusen repres?ntlt anrd rogrlitliuns denling, withl trhe unOter are recentrtendet. A rninor'ity, consaitisng of Mrs. T'rnarrit madi Mr. S. Woahb, ltl1', reprct -in favour of the abolition of liv'ing im..and also tle, abolition of fines and deductions from tho wage0,s of employ"'n .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE COAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

TIHE COAL INDUSTRY. The conferencc* ' l eta'n lrepr~idt tF'es of the Colliery Omecrs' Aesoeia tirei an)) the Quepnealned lineers' Un ion, Iefrrr1nee to 1iceh was mnud,. in hler "Qn eenelnnd TiesE" 9'L"nst wPet, Stoe held in Mr. IV. 13. lnrh<er' rooms, Urislioneiti'et, nt 1I nun, to dny. _________

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Finds in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

Finds ini Egypt. Professor :E?lndvrs Petrie eo droi'es. f pnereptat?e ?o the staeidid"al .that?'e took t.e very keounest daetee?e.t n. .i vw-econeruies 4hdoih wte re, po, frlm $1 ph?atiime. Tie authority of P'res ' or Coaeoau no an Egyptologist et neds.y hgh, and the work whieh lie.ae asnese fortunate reough to ohe' atlb tho an.o o ' to the wreld is a real adlance ,on eia r heaowled.w cf .Teweiofh aoliqity. said Professor Petite, "Cde facts "r eat repoetod-and there is no easonsel to doubt their totih--we have :.i dispu 91 evidence th?s the Jews weon ?o?,Egypt'b far earlier than has cmmanonly ie~~ suOp posed. The temple must dano tie wisi e dingl certainly dianog the period a So g; Pbalylondan capthivty, and very .pow lbly oi erI the t~nle of Ncluehednao oar.". Tire re^-et discoveries at Elephantine ore a later istmeront of the poap? oil which were oeditod soame two yenes ago hy Proftssor Bayce, te originals of wh oh are ito . the museum nt Cairo. Twes wal? vatluable oas shoning tha...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Awakening of China. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

T he Awakening of China. Liider the abodt healoing D1)1. Richard Arthur (President of the Immigration Lecaue of Australia) writes as follows to"iSaturday's "Sydney :Morning Her aid" : The Federal Governmbnt buas lt the finishine touh to the not im prmanable wall of defence around Aus tralia "by the recently 1passed amendl ment of the Alieui Exclusion Act. We cai now sleep secure in dur beds o' nights, confident fi t10 'knowledge that trusty Customs-house officials, are armed with plenaery powers to ferret out the contusnaceous Celestial, imd return him to his native ]and, while his unwilliung host, the shipowner, is to vie made to bay the paper' for dar in, .to haciour unconscionsly ?this in trepid if a' udacious would-be. immni gnt. iBut anyhow, the Mongolian problem has reachoed its final solution, and the Anustralin people may now in dalke in a purely academic interest in what is goin'g on in the great Ch.sise imnpire. For instance, there is a statement in the I)ed:n.ber i ,uin:e...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

apecfda Advepeement.. .Why! Why! " Why is the "ORI ETAL" iOLDEN TIPS ? .t80: POPULAR IN THOUSANDS OF QUEENSLAND HOMES ? i. tEC ??SA- it is Mountain-grown CEYLON TEA of prfJ richness and delicacy of flavour. S.p Es Invigoratin andiRefreshing, ualities -ira? it:pire-eminently THE Tea forQueensland ). 63'B.AEJit is more economical than ordinary Teas. LE FROM ALL CROCERS AND STOREKEEPERS -. - ,PER LB. .- i. . z "' Photographer, '3~- ·BRISB;ANE-ST.REET. q Y *'' ` TIIA'L` i8 W Ee8pcIw NaHiGHi CL17S -: s Kt"ý::..!',' ::' :; ý PHOTOGRAd f.;: ,: ' r;.j, :. y o r_$eau~1~fnl..A$ISTOT POEITGSITPBwhioh are proof ýf'ý ,ý = s. {9e 8ecimene.in ;Pestili :p'e .; ' 17 S lOn Sale ., Id. . ~,.. ; , ". . . . .i s • l ,l ou. G. Weise. .... +3 .:TI e BP.all n .:..ý n Sale . s ? Id. i ii:,...... . of the "Q. i NS , LAN .-TIMES" is 'on: 81.at1 ~ta'bllowi Agencies. ':: TOWN. :" . set ...? . Mbises Whitehead. .o ....,.. E 0. G? Weise. ...re ..e . i. eNotan. SMrs. A S. Foster. osping M. Duaggan. s e.h ............

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

£5000 REWARD WILL BE PAID TO ANYONE S Who Can Prove that any of tih Cert1fic tS of Cas0 Cured and published by Mr. KUGEL MANN ara not genuine. As Mr. Kugclmann, the Fanmous Consultin; Hecrbal Practitioner, , f ~1. '!,..iIt. A:-v. l!i.hle, .n:l Brisbane, will be consulting in Bris:.inr anl provinc:al citiis as rer .,c . :.:i .: , . ', ,.,s mI,.r neath, no chronic or "supposeci-to-!iie-iiicuraetl" meffirer should fnil to'cu:is.. --.hr . :.: .i:: !ii i.: tionally skilful advice end treatment. ,.To yisitorg from the inland toy\ns and enuntry this opportunity of consulling .Mr. !,;_.:-, *.n, r ,,'',i, ally which will lie afforded should proe of i's.?cial :a.lantiage, as owing to 31r. .!.. in.. ,. inter-State practice, it is inipcssil:l; fir him to visit any but the large c:.utns ;; ,. State.. A confidential consultation with him will convinco a;:v sufferie that Mr. Ku.lntien,. completely understands. -the deeply seated rni n enn-titulional caus s of dis.'an, s, in.1. what is still i inor...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
A Toowoomba Sensation. CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS ON FIRE. ROOF OF HALL CHARRED. Toowoomba, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

"'A r towaOdta Sensation. .I NEo OGR&PH _IIAIS ON FIRE. ROOF OF HATL CHARRED. disglegrap' from ber; orrespondent.) Twoowoombi January 5. ýAsUkaiDon wiaa caused to-night "i4Ltý the progrees in the Town Hall '"; ýtb iSpiers 'ontlnnntatI." The night 35fl very, warm, nid suddenly the uilme 5ir4 sn onneotion athk ith he moving tures inrst "ino flames and burned ,, ie. great, rapidity. Some 5000ft of 'iFswer'lestroyed. The fire extcnd 'y di4 othie riling of the Ball, 'which was 'niesderabily charred. When thio flames oafirs oticed the pedple present oased for te open, Wut the panic leklva y e ickiy allayed, and no one was njaui'd._

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Russian Piot. PROTEST AGAINST DEATH SENTENCES. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

ussIdunslan Plot. "'. TOTaEBT M1iA!fI8T I1FA'IR SEX 6. " ýBy, Cable sage.) 'xý'rY' atr"ýý .iDw T,ý 'Teauar . G' Sr 1oi/ l ta t*t hie i3tussion I1m1pra1 * dtkI`hat idppo6itod u pc ý'aeptzdA "41e. e ait ,St.. 3etesbu) iagdls s $t s ldTW haed 'mnode a f ~death,'paed' an -d2 ubrFnrt for par kIfpatinf R~in. t.'ud mMway sike sit Ekaetr. jieia dow 'Sa 4f1 . yr _46". 'Pliny . ha pumea _o6.nuF~mrtWlI~ed:°.ltia b'1 :a-ltqf hot ;,:~i h " BUWPO: 9. B i: Se. tben pro age netdtda aactnca pose-' 'st~ug a~st itjue dda~his aWtmisceu psss' `"` auader'lmrus1 4 r 4310055. Four baiisecu*Jps 4oc,0 cp140ee0 .V0BtOIda4O' 'at yovz~ig4d Dfi1jui..'Novgorod. + F' t dhn:4A :x j ltooP sass, Seoul "'ped i4n:. otthe'

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
DISTURBANCE IN PERSIA. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

r, 3w DRSITIAA I : Lonadoi, .lnmiary 5. it k Uft TwdbImwoich { G° 9aaI1AbIumO~Y .GMeUoP of -a e4 :"= "' It em·ebol~alc tim oo 6 ttitti onao RtO ____t~ifi~~' ··'b ·I· C.o r

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
AMERICAN FLEET AT SUEZ. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

AJEIRtW"A lPLRET AT SUEZ. London, .loauary 4. 'The Utited StleH t'luuet-leip fleet, en flerU.te cEmiunt of Afdmimll Sperry. vluoh'f s en its honrnewud voyage. afterr *lslfAeg Astrmf iv C Ofhina. and Tapan, rind 'vuoriess.Eastern ports. fuss anrived pt Suez.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
GENERAL CABLES. THE PATENTS ACT. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

GENERAL CABLES. T'HE PATENT~S ~AC)T. London, Jaonary 4. Newspapors in Germnany ar Incenosed pt the prominfofmn or dOh' Im4Anhh 4'atents Act. and thralPII retalinaton.

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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Plot at St. Petersburg. LIVES OF IMPERIAL FAMILY IN DANGER. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

Plot at St. Petersburg. LIVES OF IMEI'.TAL PA-ITLY IN DAN.GER. (By Cable Messaage.) .ondon!. January 4. The correspondeunt of the L?odon "Mail" reports that a student momen. Larily deposited a packet conataing. a. bomb on a table in the Contral Cafe in St. l'etersbuirgj. oaon ia witfeantPoahing the package on explosion oonk place,' ?p. hre wtas klued. Twenty persoins lhar ien arreated. including several conneted with thM Imperial Peahlce ol Tsarskoe Silo. The police claim to have dieosen\ ld a vast Irrrorist plot against thl lives oa members of the Imperial family and Ullgh odicials, , ., , ,...,__... l

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
OPERATION ON PRESIDENT CASTRO. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

IDPESA~r4WN j RI DrnENTr CS'PRO.' ' London, .Tan2Iry 5. E'hI t Castro of Vrmezur1a ]ms r.OauB 1Ž wiuwSa o1'tOy f leRI ?;t'laibudafor }dree~und a baM baulus aiid

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
TURKEY AND BULGARIA. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

1fO1.EY Afl) fULA. A nA. Lundau .TJnuary G. * rJe1re flArel,, no'I G pro pee 4o an ,jMbr~atamidfug 1~eqbg narnivl at ci, ew ffrrk y anid'n 1lI~au.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
ROYAL VISIT TO BERLIN. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

31(ýIWAd, VISIT ' TO r3F5RLTn. UTE Lurkm, January l. 7Aajn.lu'lesty ~-Ksy Iidwcr d VIi. and Puoene MýeAcndra will 'i1it flwljn daring t cN aran eak In. Fel~ruary.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
A BIG ESTATE. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

A BIG 'I]s'A'PE. Lonlon,. JTmuary 4. 'Fl8 ;esbma c of the late " Mr. .Chrles 'ietaeu fl aq l 4jeevlued mot £.10,000.

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Heat-Apoplexy. SUN-STROKE AND HEAT-STROKE. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

Heat-Apoplexy. ASUN-STIOKE AND ItA'AT-S'luwKE.i SUGGESTIONS F011 TRIEIAThMENT. The followin? suggestioans for bhe pre Srlltion and early trcatllent to sune straole," hat-ssroke, or di?at-apoplexy ae; by Dr. 1. llurneltt Ham, Cemm-sesioue?; of Publ'ic lcalth : DEFINITION. 'the brrm :. ihead-otroke" covers several dlisutiar clinical conditions. Hfat aplo lexy, &c., mnl s the hc effect of 'excesit. Ieast, .high adteuospheric tImelmerature, 110o neousaurily the insmed:ate eactiol of the sunr's rays. It aay thus occur p olhig?t us well as by day. It is most lis?o ky to elect inlmu rntote persons. ?smld those whose hIealdth is disordered or who are over fatigued. PREVENTION. During lthe hot weather everything which tends to lower the genoral ihealth, sunoh o insuffioiaent rest, dissipation, great wdidly or mental fatgub, ih-., shoauld x avoided. It is dangeroouse to lie doeat upon the ioet ground. All clothing shouild hbe light and loose fit ting. In going out in the, sun'ihe 'hoa...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
An Old Pioneer. MR. M. [?] CONNOR IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

An Old Pioneer. MIR. M. (YCONNOR IN VICTORIA. The following is extracted from the Moair (Victoria) "Indiapondcnt" of Dicemblr 24 : A paatlnman' who was clos-4y .: as ociated with the erly sctt~lcmont of this' particular hpart o{ the North East is just now of ia holiday visit to tite, district, of which .he lmay justly' be recogil-»sa .5s a pion+er. We refer to ITMr. ML. IO'Connor, liho . wi be affeetionatcly renmembeae: iy v th early settlers. as .ith teacher of the State school in the noigihbourhood of. where. the township of Ivinish nowi strnds. Mlr. O' tni'er ' c cmmeetion, witlh til district dates back' from.175 -sa time when" land was. eingi psalu: ally selectcd by proApe from Ihamost all the corners of 'Victorias:.. The ,dstrict at that period of Its. history ,was ? primaal forest, .and, the t'ransormii tioa in its appearance taday to whoat it was 33 years'. ago must have re calbfa t ho hl ?aturned v sittor "vivid memiories of 'the struggles and ,n Si ?tets iheich ieset .the m...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

PERSONAL. The "Cairn's "Morning Post' says : -Mr. D. P. Macnnmara, a rising young solicitor from Ipswich, that home of many good men in the legal profession, has just arrived in Cairns. Mr. Mfacne ara leaves to-mor I ow for Geraldton, in comlpany with .I'. A. .. P. MacDonnell, where ihe will open and manage, a:.,brauoh.of l thll latter gentleman's firm under the style of MacDonnell, Halman, and Macnamara. Mr. Macnamara comes Northl with a gooad reputation as a lawyer, and the advent of such a well-known and old-established firm on tlie.Johnstone shouldbe welcomeld.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Victorian Politics. SIR THOMAS BENT RESIGNED. NOT A CANDIDATE FOR ANY MINISTRY. Melbourne, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 6 January 1909

Victorian Politics. SIR THOMAS BENT RESIGNED. NOT A CANDIDATE ' OR ANY MINIS TRY. (By Telegraph frolm Outr Corrspondont.) .lelleurn., January 5. To-day Sir Thomas I ent eg?axd the State I'reaiership unlacoaliionealy. lie elated that lie would 1ot Im a a oudidate for any Mhjiistry.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
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