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Recent Mining Conferences. SUMMARY OF RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Recnt Mining Con forences. ,1I'1I1.11tY OF" ] ST L TSV.'. L'.iftctnce a IlLerliLL pic Lntltive- Lit alt' tol.'tirc3-LI l rL-? ' 1e· ., icill' nLalIr tille liLners" Lion 'r, LIi iLn I''wLCiLh com lleleciaiig oil jh.' t?rd NovSembLt'L, ItLii,Laud t'ltilt'intlc oL L h O Le ct.Otert. 1907. l:e following i' s n slaulnaryL of the re sullts nrrsvll at as plrblishLed, at the tlLe, ly i e ('!lllLLery-L)LL'aera' Assncihl . ionl : ,ltentleLL.'e,--\W,,, Lour ,ilohigats at (tho reeLeLt Iil':llng Coll.'elellnci, iLk'e tills op portuLity of prestntiaiI to yL o a rcalniea LL! the varliouIsL, lLLitOLs liso?LLntId, aLLnLI the tiettisio itts nly agrai pl'oLL. We aerLilit thaIL 1the llCrogress tle has aInn tli-, IId LiJa't nice iave. mlade tliS takti. LLLt in the itin we tiek threeon sllllullcutino hLis pieted reasonlably satAns tetelry, LL:i1 we find pleasuie in the retIe, ion thaLLLt all alsocit:l wLilh ,the inadus tfry Lhe lCIxmeliil, t seine a itellat, inL cone-taee of our deliberaitrtions. At this...
WATER HYA[?]NTH AS FEED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Businelss Annoueomenta. IDJ.Collis Browhe's THE OR1hICoAL Ais OBLY OIIME. The Most Valuable Medicine ever discovered. The best known Reimed; for COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BIONCiIIS. Acts like n charm in DIARRHOEA, DYSEN .'- C' CH;OLERA. . fatuatlll cuts ehort all stlaclaL oa FAS:l ?. (bhis c d arrelsts thost too often fatal disle?s-FEI'tt. L.3UI a - AG E. The oit lhtat.ver sa NIE.URA CG:. GUi'. R.EUM.TIS t.'L Cht:sodlas iasl airuid tnkedn i tr eden.,!radua¢d i dnrrdge tfltralelarhdy. Z. icfrrssahly relict 8,i, oa whatever IIntd rccz#, 1.fat a,'c rf .s;c . ?,geiq 1.-p : eat ha, d i'ecta; and calm be I?rkfrr dla?a so oilae c.'ie r ,rwi calr e hr jtolreccd. SIST ON HIAV~ING C3NVINCtIG .r. . COLLIS BROWNES I.ED;CAL TESTIMONI G RCILOODYNE. WITII CACII .ie a?.mese success of this Remedy $ii iren risle , bl6 Ly all CLcmists, *toasnmittIioas. Prceas in Cngtnh :s' ".- . - lijt, tI, 2/. 4/3. as t?Le C Loroadv s L le S ate raclatrerasi ieeer oas.4he asIatp 0 1T DAVENPORI, t' " " ua LONDON, d.. ? ...
WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
WARRANT OF ATTAOi?iN?Nr:" '. Acting for Mr. W. H. S imn e?vlle. Mr. ·A. E. O'Lonn, yoteorday. nade ag~. plication to ~eossy . M. LT. Haridlmki,?,. .T.. . Marin atObhe Ipewich P81t~:l~ Court. on bahalf pf Mfss..L. Lafl~y Enr 'o an order for ar wanrrant o. atted l ?nif . to:issue, preventiog itts. t.·.fleoamfooa from renoohng her goo 'ITh api oation was nranted. - "i:
Enoggera Stock Sales Brisbane, January 7. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Eniggera Stdoc Sales Brisbane, ias. u ~ ?. . . SH ,B '.' .f '. * .',x ',, - For the first bf the- *?e?ly ,i tttb ' sales aft&. b-the HtAili iBsi' Eiakyi;:h tlihers was : tasiu oia1. (lotoM tendance. The 1ieeP supply was%4% good onie, upwards of 00O penned, and in a uiarlt wikch ;ls ed and continuod firm until elr . close .of the sales, the values, pecially for food pens,'were -onsLsd ably higher than tho elosing rates, ..:'' last year. / 'TIhe comparatively-shortl supplyv cattle :yarded had the natural .;ieffa't upon the market. .Compttitioriaca wi" . keen fronim 1i opening to ?th@-cloBi:sf i the sales, and values all-'rounij d?'wl " much higher; and a fair averviat'2k tinate of tlihe prias of 0ibOt 'woulfibir-'Y alout 28s. Followiid wee'itho tle: ' , / ,Australian 'Et ites ' ' " .'.- i Meteor Downs.-14 cows firom £7 £9 2s d, average £7 8s 4.. Baramba.-32 hbillocks from £9 Its. Gd to £10' las Gd, -avoragp £10 4.? ,; Banunmbar.-15 bullocks from £7 . : Gd to £7 17s ,Gd, averag...
Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Weather Forecasts. Thie following weather forecasts have ibeen issued for the 24 hours ending at noon to-day: Western Aousntralin.-Goonerllly cloudy anld unsettled frdni thine Murlison south ward, with further rai., esoooially over the Coolgardie goldlields. East to north winids, lhanginog to south-west and south ; squally weather oil the southern and western coast : weaothder modernablng in the north-west. South Australa.-Cloudy anrd close with east winsdls. followed by rain over the uorth-wsstorn and sesterin districts, and grn.uatlly exstendilg eastwards. Queensfinsd.-Unsettltd ?sataher ovcr all eastern parts of lsle State, with rain along the seaboard, anrd equally south cast winlds and roughs sin sooth frmnl tle trioics, anr d sslualls and Zhlunderstrmsr ilaond and in Gulf ountr:y; tine in hit west, bllt sendilng to IbeCOIie cloutdy over thie souih-west. News Soulth Wnles.-Cloudy along the coast wnith slhowers nand fresh, squally hsoutllherl]y silds on -lie nortlnern icoast ; t...
Our Boonah Letter. HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Our Boonah Letter. (cFrom Our Own Correspondent.) HOSPITL COSSITITEE. The monthly meeting ol the committee of the Boondh 'Hospial was held in tho School of Arte on 'Duesday afternoon lat, when t3here- were preselt-Messrs. John Haygeidh (President), Jas. Coe asort, H. Coutta0 A. Vogel. W. Farley, Jno. SchGuring, ". I'Lteo?d, E. I?aymond, ii. H. NoworthLy, end oohe secrOtary (Mr. C. E. larkeude). Sir. W. f'.Leod siroto tendeing ag n apology for his inability to attend two conscu??ve moeaot ings, owing to heing away from the district on special busi?lcss.--Tlse expla ation was yeceived. A letthr was re coL'ed from flue Home Secretary's Ofoo,e statilng tdot thle Auditor-General had in spected he bhooks and vouohers oi the institution, and iantimating tlhat the buook were well kept. Slr. KI. MI. Mackencie, Maryborougs (a former president of the Boonnah Hospital), 'wrote in reply to a request for some information or a re commendation in conectl:on 'ith the proposed new road tirrough the h...
Drought Conditions Approaching. MR. WRAGGE'S PREDICTION. Auckland, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
? :.Drought Conditions Ap , proaching. ,--l&1h WRAGGE'S PREDICTIOIN. . ', ,1 Aulilnntl, I.:lnilrn y " .w?,-?'Cl dme ntI?l~t. h,..em'o. \', I, la'\. f'sarom Ind:a dalis r k asso isgraldually is o·\rniing~ d:rlrenght ~oibuis, npv a geerllM deflicksw~y il ri\ t a'dt!'i ly-I·- ·lg ycs lu.1 folk rs.
WANTED—AN IMPROVED FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
WANT.ED--A?N IlkPROVrID FIRE BRIGADE. Surely the time is ripe for a mnovemnrt to secure a more Up-to-date fire brigade scrvice tlhn ipswich is provided sihll at thle peesut time. In saying this no reflection 'whatever is cast on thLe brigade as it exists 1to day. It may be as eflicient as it codld possibly be with the means at its disposal. What is required is a service or a rlmuch lalrger sal---on a scalo thant would give some ruuarantre againlst loss if a lire should break out in some of tVe vauluable business Ipro perties in the main streets of Ithe cily. In dlealing wistl the subject ;t is ne cessary to give soue, infor'nmtin about the snervice as it at .pr:'~it (i istl. The Fire Brigiade is ?ulqport?l by contributionls iiom thie lsics City Council, the various tire" luralnr.e companies col!cernl, -md th 'iovern mnlll. The custolll as lss1' fin' thell City Council to mnake ' contribl.iou, and for thIe fir inslurance coo1l,:mis cud the Government tsl erash d.au-e Ian alount simil...
Federal Affairs. Melbourne, January 6. THE ALL-RED ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Federal A~fairs. Melbourne, -January i6. TIIE ALL-RED ]1OLTCE. Dr. Coulter I lhputy, Posstima.ister-Gen ural of Canada) ladl all interview writh ths Prime liniisWtr and thile Postmas ter-Generaiil in advocacy of the Iroposed new all-rod route. The total subsidy asked fr is Ii.00,1000 par ysar. Oanszda is llr~pared to grant £325,000. Neow -Zaland's annual con tribution Would be £100,030. Sir Toseph Ward, DIr. Coultlir said, savo a ?ny fisvousialsL- ri-lp. Dr. Csuilter t1.ilsks also ~that tne Britlish Govrn ounlt, which would Ilx asked to s1ub scrib- to lthe eit·atl of £350.000, wousll ii sel09 di1po,5 5d twisirsl th-- -opossn. nr,-c Austmiralia ]i asks £75,000 p,. -ear. It is piropns:d ill ,aturn for th; sulsiidy to establlisfh n 25knot sl rvice is 20fl000-hin bo,: 1s fhtsweil thi Unit-',d ilnildom ain:l "Cinisda. in eolanection aitllh a fust tlrain sirvi&lt;.e ncross Cnll' .(l: Io YI51co5r1151, a0n11 1n flliniiihtly t - lniot erviol by 10,00-l-on l-olhoits T lws-n Yarneoivi-...
The Melbourne Tornado. WIND ATTAIN 62 MILES AN HOUR. EXCITING INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
The Melbourne Tornado. WIND ATTAIN 62 MILES AN HOUR. EXOISING INCIDENTS. The following extracts are I am 3rontday's Melbounae "Ago'" :- A most xrmsarskale wvind storm. shiod caused some constonhation aan a good deal of damago to prolpesty onj the Bay nll oil shore, occurred yes tonday morning. Saturday was the hlottest day of thu season, 2de 1Ighest reading at the Weataher Bureau iinag 98 deg., in the shade at 2.30 p.11. A storm or a toraao-like character utrsting over thb Bay and tho city at 7.60 a.m. on Sunday, and its full force extended to 8.90, but for a apace of two hours and a half the n~ather wans decidedly rough. At its height, ac colinhg to the Observatory recolrds, the wind reached a velocity of 62 mniles as hour. .The storm was most ,suddeno in its hlappraming. It was acconi-niaI, by a cloud of dlust, which plunlo3 the city into a sudden darkness. Th?e lold rat tling of windows, and the noise of thile wiudrl Caned maeany l~oPlecgreat alarm. With the rs.eorl of he eartlh ...
Raging Bush Fires. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £100,000. FLAMES TRAVEL 15 MILES AN HOUR. ROARS HEARD EIGHT MILES AWAY. Yass, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Raging Bush Fires. DAMAGE' ESTIMATED AT £100,003. FL*AMES TRAVEIL 15.MILES AN SHOUR. R ROARS HEARD EIGHT lI iES S AWAY. tBy Telegraph from Our Corres.,''deit.) Yess, January 4. Latest particulars from tae Sclee of thli ush fires confiran the gravest fears of the Y'ass people. Tie mountsin?l:? yond Iittle River are i seethinsg n?ass of flames, defyinag the efforts oi tChe fire-fighterss to approach, much e l sle n~ttack. ,Mr. .John Mitchell's ho is', 'shelrs, an:l ga?es, on Buc!stlnlld?oon were utterly destrsoea:l. Up tswards Urinam?si a big fire waes Iraging vester day, and some travellers coming to uards Yass statled that ailtxouaghl considerab:le distanse from thel mains fire, the sparkhs itand burning loav.es wore carrliee iby the trrilfic wisd right on to the road, fllissg ias showers arroumll tle volcilc. T'his Jir tsravell'l down tlhe monstanins, and approahin.g ~h villages of Gilinider ra asd lurruebatemn n, and, whem tihe oblserved it, was a couple of miles from Wobb's lFair...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Specdal Adrert?eemente. ......-,---- . · • vzt Dterib.AGo . HITEHEAD BRISBNE-STREET. AIL TRAT IS NEWEST AND BEBT IN HIGH CLKSS ,::. :. .. PHOTOGRAPHY. peoisly- recommend our Bea?tif ul ARISTO PORTRAITS, which are proof agAinst inspote. See Specimens in Vesetibe. . 7 h 80sLr~ I~n ~6. sc.) rnshin House i Christmas Furniture. NSE STOCK TO SELECT FBRo. U SET VALUEI IN TER CITY FOR jCiASH OB TIME PAYMSNT. -:i ADDRESS : ipg *'Qusenaand Times" Office., *RISiANE-STREST, IPSWICH.. On Sale Id. ?Datly e Iesse of the "QUEENS TIMES" is on s-ale ,t S\gencies. TOWN. estreet ..... W. Tatham. ~etreet .:~ .. W. B. Darker. e rt ..... Misses Whitehead. -street .. E. C. G. Weise. y Bookstall E. J. G. Weise. dtreet .....a. Miss Nolan. treat Mrs. A S. Foster. reet .e.. B. Dugan. bstreet ....... James Ball. as-street ..... ~Miss Lo~bb. bsIpnisi h .... H. Gee. ithIpswich ........ W. Standast. lp~Awahl -.·l'·T. Eveans. swRiachd .... Miss S. Smith. ek Road .... M. Glover.. rs .Crossing Mrs. DTggan, .... ........
Laidley Town Council. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Laidley Town Council. ---o :- (From Our Lockyer Correspodent.) The monthly mneting of the Laidley l'Town Council was held ill n l Shlirel ITall on Wecdrnesday. There were prestuti: --]isi Worship thbMayor (Ald. P'. Niel son) and Ald. ,. Cooper. Geo. Wy nioann, 11. )anilu , and it. Hlll, rll tlhe Town C:l-rk a1)rl the over:e' r (llessrs. W. A. 3'llwraith-and J. .1, howling). IUSINESNS ARIISING OT OFt MTiNUTES. TheI f tormintt of th(l wattrr-ta?-les on the Soth stide o1 Patrick-stret, along ih T]Jayecs't arttnd Head.ls Esntates, vas allo\r:l to further s:land uover -for a month. niattli. COR'RFSP'OND)ENCE. 'Jhe followting communications wsre reelived and dealt with: From W. 31iles, of ].aidley, stating that lie had dispos.l oaf allotmnlt Ii, in the liles's E:tate, to Mr. W. Good win, andl asking for the necessary al teration in the rutce-ook to heI: made. -Attendled to. From the clerk of the Laidle" ,h>re Coottil, informilng tlhe council that hits council were willine, at any timtt...