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QUEENSLAND PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
QUEENSLAND PIRODUCTS. The Director of tile Sydney branch of the Queensland Intelligence anli To:r'ist Bureau rsTiten :-"1 havd ire q..cnt insjuiries for various Queensland products at ihe Sydney lranchl of tihe Queensland Intelligence anld Tourist Bunron. Woull you be good enongh to inform your readers that Mr. W. J.. lMoxhanm, of 85, Clarence-staet, Sydney, is anxious to o%?tailn the llnams of sulppliers of hrIndm nillotl. The ex hibit of sisal hnmlp arracts at~m~tCios, anti I shall bIs Ilessoed to receive the namies of growers who call sulpply th4i li:r, in conmmercina lluantitics. Mr. Wjl li-hm l.nger, hakler, o 2.0, Oxfoj. 51 sI, l'addirgtd-, New South Wel, wsaltd 1i pleased to r-eceive the sna is of growers uhl- to sunpply eye rgttU ally."
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
STRUCK fY LIGHTNING. . .During d terr?le eleetrical storm tio New Zealand on Christmas Day, H.M.S. Powerful, 'while at her moorings in Wai~tneata Hfrbohr, had a curious ex permien (says au exrchange)..? The -ig fting flash coming out from the heoaft at the black cliud mass sagmed n!to a . for the war-ship, as being sometlthIng tangible for strilieg, and the electric discharge arrived on board. But it.sad reckoned without that curious invemton, wireless telegraphy, and the cobweb like lines between the mpleta entangled tse nash. The current passed harmlessly thsough the "earth line," not, how ever before i·t had given a dazzling dis play. In the operating-room it was as if dialf a dozen nmessages nwer beang st at once; thser ?was the din that wre companies the. operatioan of seding, a?d a brilliant display of sparks at thke splarking plugs, while a psculiar noise resounded through the shlip.' Theire sem ed to te quite a dance of sparks ealong ,the deg]s. aid the elect sns bsdh p6 eul...
GENERAL CABLES. CATTLE-DRIVING IN IRELAND. London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
GENERAL CABLES. ., · CATTLHDZRIV.?IG IN IfRELAND. L~odon. Jaauary 6. The aggrersie 'sation ot tin, Nat'ionl Sat Ipnfl are dinnaldalled aith Mr. J. E. Rhedmoia d's attitude irwopds dIereisrnm. [r..Gionel, MI.P. (one of tine unenmnlers or theo pirty). is urging Mr. ednomood. to support the cattle-ldrivers energetically. I?le declares tha, Ireland's aubilty to com Ipel the passage olr Mr. Birrell's land till depends up'on ti frequency with shitch the "hazole" are applied..
THE CORRICK FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
THE CORRICK FAMILY. * We aM in receiplt of n post-card, datedl London, Novemefr, 1)908, con taming a rather pretty phlotographic troupll of thle n-ell-known Corrick Fam- ily, who visited Ipsaich, in their sa Spacity as entertainers, somuie time ago. rhe card conveys the following greet-. jung :-"The compliments oft tshe season to you and your nsussorbibrs, trom the Corrick ,Family, who. just now are ~ejoying a holiday in England, . and at the, s~en :time furtleriig their tilles under the best mnstors.''
Southern Racing. A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Southern Racinr, A..J.c. ANN?,lVRSAWY UEETn'"ING " tly Telegraph fram Our Caorrnspondnt)' Sydney January d. Jnha lollowinig woights Ihane been deelar. ad for tho A.J.c. Annv~ervnary meaeting:?-. CIallonne Staken : six furlonge.- Keit.h. 10.2;: 1ietu, 9.10; Land Eiaan chnnp, ).2: Vern'cl., .1?1 ; Orfapo,'. .7;: Lady Jlauennllf. 0.1;. Ionntra~nl an:l Adele. 0.4 : Lord vceil .and Q4eniefs Cnvont. 0.0 : Golden Slipper and ) louy, .1.O: Sul.na.ine,. 7.12 ": aiin nand Irilshman, 7.11:; Ienradino, Gol; 1Pan, _.iss 3tlist'r. end ,lute, 7.9; Tell " nod lIerrmond, 7.0; Specimen, '.7, onnlle. 7.5 : 'altanan, '7.4; lalv f :niu. .11; ' onlfelti 7.3 ; OhaLfteslury, 7.0;i Pelnart, .1: ; Irndolent, Rieenvr. Lysa!l Bhle, enl FPnIatieustlloh, 1.12: Basluqo, 1.11; lne of Lanraster, 11.9 Srnessal, Oven, and S0:i1. .7. Anniversary Itendiceap; one mile end l nlrlf.--7iith, !.T : Weeleomo ,'rist, 0.0; . Virtiu nol lina( lny, 8.11.: Ph aeon, .9; enundionn, 0.11: lend Viceroy. N.6 Trnue L .ijg. Epana, and K...
A Terrible Christmas. MAROONED ON A REEF. Adelaide, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
A Terrible Christmas::. j4RJOOXED ON A REEF. Adelaide, Janupry 4. The steamer Investigator, which, rived at Port Alelaide, Port Lincoln, On Sunday, on bourd T. l)awnon,' Mt'iinnes, and P. Woolman, ,-na . .n, m wh.o were taken off P giroas Ioed in a stale of ncmn-staris tion. They had bern left there bly heat Sntclower. scw woe peek ? lS, to gather guanoae, a cidac their statement, the master o. I iketch failed to carry out hIis, arr& lnoals to visit the ieel periodicals ai:el uipply thiim with provisions. T say t-si-i store of flour gave out two duos teeter IChristeuns Stay, nund iil tie- t'ue- tiny were' packed lip Sty db ivesitirator, shieh they signalled65 . Srt today, the trio lived cii shell- fsh tn.d rocik-cod. The latter theynU . with a small hand. line. Their Irs wateir supily w55s ckted out with eare? hloih whti the inwn left there intierd! only abet:ut fear gallons. T ]had only on x o o of matches. Durin hI - last fortnight thee lighted aFllri in the morning, ami k...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
PERSONAL. h'I. t A. WIarne, B.A., ,rhucipai of th. i''clhnical Ctollege, reurnl ,to Il." wciel last niht alte" s?ixndinig lholi day in Sydney. lMr. \V. 31.:xwll, idlioer in chalose of the C(ustoms at \allaugnarra, diod at that pIlce on We?S!?sda3 last. The Rev. S. C. Hmnlyli-id'ais, ILAc , rector of 'St. P'aiil's Church of Eng laud, lalary.?oroiglh, and formerly of St. Paul's in this city; wvho is at pro s.t absent from duty i, sics leave, is now in 1uriu.l:ane with a view tc uns crgo'ng an op.,ratiin at th. ,ha s of r. I.oeclart Gil;son, the elpeeiali t. The 5th of *Janua.ry was the 7lth birthday of Mr. 1E. i. (cole, of the fa moss liolbourn, hook .\ruade. Ho res - reived mlny feli(itations. It is 41 'ars siniie 1r. Cole started in (hi cit\ niin :1 as a s, ller of .:.'oi:d-hand boa.e.s, withl his stoc'c-in-trade car ;8 on a small stall. 'Evryole knows t(le ext cii at his business isitsd . Thll, ,tth i' rs of thi e 1 lpartmi nt .ul. iice, assi.niillvl in hte UnlderSee Illlay's t' }O...
Licensing Court at Boonah. THREE APPLICATIONS FOR PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATES. ONE GRANTED. TWO REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Licensing Court at Bo i3Q THREE APPLICATIONS 3FOR PRO3 VISIONAL CIURTIFIOATES. , ONE GRANTED. TWO Ei?FUSED. 0Froll Our Own Correspond)oi.tL ! Tho quarterly meeting of ihe Lye sing Court was held at tLe 4Id Court-House on.Wedom?day. ''i cial business in'cludod thze L qli1 tions for provisional certificat&lt;A plreises at Duganawi, Mounot',. and Teviotville. The two iatecF o 3s had hleen before .previous oi but had oi each occasion bcldhe ed. Great interest was taken' ien proceedings, the Court-House 1e4ii able to accommodate the lar'e-. ler present througiout the da?-; THE "DUGANDAN APPLICATVi The morning sitting was v t aeli pplication of Bernad John. grazier, Boonah, for a prnvissona licaln for pre~ ises at. Dugand-iau1 phice known as "Stoimer'd .' The Bencl was occupied. lyn. th', o ing justices :-Messrs. 'JohnHai (Ch'airman), R. H. Noswo'Uif3^, ver, W. H. Abell; 1.. -oJ.i tt J. Lots. In this car-e.M ' Feawings (Urisbhina), inasti s ~ressrs. Bowman and ls all,',p rd on beh...
The Postal Commission. WORK TO BE CARRIED ON. MR. WILKS APPOINTED CHAIRMAN. Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
The Postal Commission. WOnIC TO 3lIE CAAIrIED ON. NiR. WHIKIS APPOIN''IE:D CUAIR 31AN. (By Telegralplh roml Our Corresponde?nt.) ,,1itiourne, .ltntlslry 7. Nutwitllslansldilg tll eesigatioLlnt if (the chaima.i (lon. lllltnae look), IDr. FSnl liOt. weas Sitenatolo MTsAdisdiy, iOhi ,ls?titters if ,lie ]'tosiai Cionlllisionl allr? erltrinndl to i'art tot 'he work. The reoahinhig iellacsirt i ,tI1 ctuia1i?id n--iatlle-5cs . Ijilks, Ii·rlasti, "in ttl er, iedndll Sinatir si lnlltt't--tllOl i(n t ltiltlliaa?tlt-torUh e, Set lntwiky, to connsisee (Ihe situation. 'the irst buhueslsn was to elcit chauirmlnll to anke tllhe lace of eIr. Iuile Cook., Pla sonletion Tell on JIr. Will s. who lal?edi alely teook up ?ili? hew dutlies. On eturning thanks, lie explained why !i lanld other ltlmbrtrsb had sotok aigiinst thle aUdoption (of Mr. Cookes re tort. iHe said that, ix thuir opiniont. the title woo Iaot ripe for snati a dOCuellnlt. Thely coud nlot snbllllit a reportL on fill nrce, whten threy Iad...
Federal Prime Minister. ITINERARY OF HIS TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Federal Prime Minister. J?'TINERARY 1OF HIS TOUIR. The following is IMr. Fisher's:Quccls land itilerary :-Arrive Brisbn?w, 10th instant; leave Brisbane 12th for Gynl pie, lhaz-ybroough 13il, Chrilders 14th also Torbaunkh and Ho?war1 if pos' silel, Bundahere 15td, lountt Perry lGth. Fidarvold 17th, Gayndah 18th, l)eritblo ]1th, also higgedeion, Banuple, and Tiara 20th, Killivan 21st, Kin r.s'oy 22nd, Nanango 23rd, WooSdfordl, Caboolture, Nahuboulr, 'PoaIolit, rnd Cooran later. Ile will leave Brishatne on the r.turn journey on t~he 28th .Ianuary.
Ipswich Hospital. BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Ipswich Hospital, ?:o:- BOARD OF 31A-NAt(; 1sENT MIEETING. The fortnightly meeting of the lonlledof lmanagzment of tl? ln Ilps\\iet lospitaul a?s held at the board room 'I l&lt;hat nsstit.utioln yesterday atfter. Inolot. 'JTJhtel, n\s, s ep,1nt.'.-1'Jle ])e' sidl.nt ( ir. P. I1. Ustew:t. the itMayor (Lieutlnalt-(Idhlel W. T''. I)earon, C.i.), A.hl. Stjhtn.soz • and \Vat son, iMr. ,JaIoll BI)r., tihe mOedical sulPerintt?'1ent (lfr. P. 'lTheastltsn), an5d tilI .ecretarsy. (Ir.I . I ,1lulamphrey.?). DOC'TOI'S tEPIOItT. Tite medictl SUpleritt'hllt's rnprtr shl-owed lthat (Illfring (tlhl foltnighlt 27 Iatielts had been admnitted into the institultion. 20 disolhargllil, ,rid 2 died, leaving 59 in thie institutiont at 1nt1e. The average daily numll.qr of spatiesnts wnas 56.6. The deathls were those of Ida May Watkins, aged d14, romu ty Iphoid fever, on the 31st . )Iemeher: and James Quinn, aged 71; admitte l Novenbetr p6th, anl died, .anuary 2nd, rom pulmonary abscess and l:art fai...
CURE FOR SPIDER BITES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
CTURNE 01F111. gl'lili 11 BES. Danal Id Y.IlIai:ldI. in his " Ntu', Niitlcs and Quii?." Il thn i1l. lhlln ".\r, ii" of Ihe 1I instant. ?:>s :-' •**. i . u n I i n itor .lli , i l I int t11,ii ni i l. l l i ,i ? ,ti l ; |l, ii ·,il. iThi i l '. lui ?Ihr I.i i'' " Ii iir ii v r , piiii tid il s hi- di d : shly riii hus , I IIIII i th, piiJhr~ IhI? ly. I11]11, I.11?o \\litl.lolI1',.'.I \\.lP 1111 ?ll I?' i,[ iit.oliu&lt; itul iin? ? I L .ini I i?L ' tn , nla ' ih iti iin i i , h nt . li'l' , i n t e , ' , ' t.h?bllII." a num be. ofin - ru| scor'n-" 1on, ls t,,o r ,inn "?nouh' th,', i\'nh r,, 'w t' si-n'kinf,,r M u." t o
ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
hOBEWOOD.IAN D FTtTRICT MAIIE KET PLIGIJt. ,?":'. 2 huriday Evening. 'Th? following are farmer's prikes: Mase, prime, 4; Id per bushel t, 8d rer dozen Oia-Mixed, £3 to at par ton ; oaten. "3 to . 4 ; lucerne, *8 10a to *A : Ro?iters. 8 .to 8s 3d per pair ; hens 2a A.s to 4; 6d er peir 1DuI, e-ish, i .2; sd to 8s p'r pair r'Mo -oery, to et u aTruieiy-sHeos. 6; to, s 6d per pair; ob'1ers, 10;6 dto A8a o d per peir.
COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
SCOMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Oflice, SThursday Evening. .:. ensrs. Siemon and Sons, produce mer 'K'al«ntls, report that the prices mentioned Y" in C.tills maorning's issue of the "Quoens itind Timees" were mnaintonod to-day. -. r ruling rates are as follows: FaameIs' PBarIs. Maies.-Prime, 4s 3d per bushel SChaf-Mirzd, prime (iuoerne -bags and S balesin), A 15. to 44 5s per ton ; l ' oerne-prime (bags and bales in), S J6 s to J6 par ton . ;-.' Pottoes-no quotation on: on--No quotation 91-,ga-fl per dozen ';- ens-2e 34 per pair -a. s toqstes--sa to B Sad per pait -,? Oeks--English. 8s per oair Mumovy, SH l 8 d to a d per ir ,. :;mhs-ltd to Ia per lb wP: rax., -lI o lI.d par lb
Chinese Affairs. PRINCE YUAN-SHI-KAI'S DISMISSAL. A DISTURBING FACTOR. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Chinese Affairs. PRINCE YUAN-SRI-KAI'S DIS MISSAL. A DISTURBING FACTOR. (By Cable. Mssag, .) London, January 7. It has now. been annoiunlal that the Jlapanese Foreign Offied consider Prince inuane-shi-kai's disinsoal as likely ,to prove a disturbing factor in tihe Chinese situation. Officials at. Washington believe lmthat the tenlsion has bIeen some~what re laxed since the aplipointument of Luang t.i-yeng as Mintistet of Fo'eign Ai fairs. T2he ?ritish, Amtrican4'" 'sstd".haianese MIinisters at Pdkin have warsdrl Rus sia .against any allinisitr~usiwe act calculated to endang:r thle internal pcade of the Enpike: