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New Ministry FORMED IN NEW ZEALAND. REDISTRIBUTION OF PORTFOLIOS. Auckland, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
New Ministry 1FOE,)D IN NEWI ZEA.DAŽ'D. RItI)IST'IIIBIUTION OF POIRTFOLIOS. Auckland, .Jlauaray 7. The new 'Ministry was sworn in yesterday.. MI. W'Gowan, ~linist~'r far Uns mland .Jus?ticc, has resigt2-ls fromn the ('alineit, and acce)ttpt't seat in tie (fcuncil. The edistributlhion of plortfolis is as follows : Sir • Joseph Wart, MI.H.R., Prim, liluistl'l, ans Ministir for Lands and Agricult-re. - e?tl. lamens C'"rraoll, .1?.IT., Milnis tr iin (Cihar, a of Advnimc:s t-, Ssttltr DIpartmintt. Ilon. John Anirt'. w Milltar. .tiliist.'r for Rtaitways. Ton. Genorgi' Fl w tst. Minfistir ftr I;dircritisn andl Inlnislgntion. ttI1i. It'D. tJohn GIt'tell Findlaty, +-1.L,,C., A ttorn,,y-G,.n+ral. thiti. Rohtrict 21tK'nzi,. 31Intist,,r for Wt%'nis ans Mines. tln ItI. l'aint lr W. T lo . 1. i i-t .+ for Labt,ni, (lustesn, Ilrads, s. l Ihrid ?_s. ]ton. Davill tit, lh?. 31inistr fto In,, nul Affairs. Ho'nl. Tlhoni'? ,Maltl,,nz'i,,. M'ini-H"tr ," iadustai?e an.s o t'omminiri''. Hon. Airana t'liipa...
The Great Earthquake AN ARCHBISHOP RESCUED. A PRINCE AND PRINCESS ENTOMBED. BOTH BELIEVED TO BE STILL ALIVE. THE COMMONWEALTH CONTRIBUTION. London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
The Great Earthfquake -:o: AN ARCIIBISMOP RESCUED. A PRINCE AND pRInCESS ENTOMBED. SBOTH BELIEVED TO BE STILL ALIVE. TIE COMMONWEALTH CdONnIBU TION. (By Cable Message.) London, January G. The Archbishop of Iesina, ?,ho waoe reported to lbe dead, has been rescued Irom the ruins. During tde eirthquake he mountod to the roof f a' buildi~ig. and there gave die Ansdictio.n. The Pnc and l Prinoess Catiellaoci wre tburied in thel ruins of Mlessia. It is believne that (they still are alive. slsmporary expedients to replace the lightisapses and signal statlois 'ii the Stra~ts of Messia have ,Inn sodopted. Earthlquake shlocks cone ia to t felt in Sicity. . SM tbowoue, Jenuacy 7. Tule Fedeiral Cabineet held a 'oting ths afternoon. The prifclml"d busionss was consideration of the questlon " making a costribution m towards .tin Il lan earthquaki sluffeers relief ond. Tu Prime Minisleter (the Hos. Af. ler.) sah seqpentiy otattd diat it (sod siren decoided l.o cable £IOSl)l(l tns tColetaid JCollin...
The Territoral Army. AN APPEAL TO LONDONERS. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
The Territoral Army. = _ AN APPiAL TO I.ON)ONERlS. (By Cable Message.) London, January 7. Her Royal ]Higlhnss t]h' Pineass Louise (thle lDh)lss of MIry'ce), in response to the Duke of Fi.'es app.lee t'1 Jn.donjere, maude lust nlsltlle, is forming a In.is' comninitte, to pre mote the rer'iting?i of me11111 for fi-h Lnterritorial arly. It is hopedl that tho mnovemenllt will sl5reCel thoouglhout the Vhsited Kingdom. (A caubh mnessage on 1L)e-mblllr 22 slated that the Duke of ]Nfei, Presi dat, and LorMd Esher, Chidirlane, oe the Territorial Forces Asoialtiom, had issued an ur'nat aPlJ,-ul for 27,175 men lto complete tlhe Lonu.is quoata of the territorial army.)
Austria and England. PRESS ATTACK ON GREAT BRITAIN. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Austria and England. PRESS ATTACK) ON GREAT BRITAIN. (By Cable Message.) London, January i. "The Nete 5freic Press?'," one of thi leading dailyl newspapers of Vienna, has made an extraoedinarily violent attack on Great Britain. It declares that England protendls to pe ma:e tul, but'stirs the fire at Belgrade, and incites boycotting, thus ruining industry. Great Britain's hostility to Austria-Hungary, it is alleged, is intended to demonstratc the danger of any country standing by Germany. The atticle furthtbr affrnms1that Great Britain drops poison into the ears of the. Servian Ministry, and contimully lays traps for Austria' ct Constanti hoplb. The Vienna correspondent of the London "Times" says that the anticle has caused considerable sensation. There is strong kenson to qIlieve that it represents the views of Baron Aehrenthal, the Austrian lilinister for Foreign affairs. The correspondent ndds: "The majority of Austria?, of m' acquaintance deplore the article, some terming it craz...
Farmers' Progress Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Farmers' Progress As sociation. ?:o: hONs'TIIIY JMEITINGt, Jlbm usual atmntl'ly e?elslreia o. aOinluŽrs of Shie Ireolau-Mindero arentt' IPo g~oss -ssociutinoll (writer. our corl?spoll dheek). wltleh 'ens to .atte takl'en place last Irida. iht ri , as plo.l44ed -till "Slturday 'night, the 2nd installnt, on uc roouit of iridy beiang "euw' Years T a 'y. Ouing to sevral t ueMllbens not klnoi?lsg of Ute postpo·lmentlw Ihe lleting wll as not so eel) attended is it otlerwsise wotuld basve been. Amongst lthose pro sent were the IPresidentl (Mlr.. A. .leet wicJk)., and TMessrs. C. Beduhn, O. '1'. Salsmeski, F. Loymncir. U. Kolraer, A. Wench, E. Bedulhu, A. Lehmoan, A. Maul ]er. A. Eckoot, and ,-. Sehrancnm, 'lIg I)uyera, et ho1i Quealslolld ]u?r?ars'. Co nlperative C'lmompan, .imieod, B]oordl. ":ho folllo?ilc s cn?spondect ws,. stied and dol \nih :l-From the Acel'ing-Mktlasger, of ueo Quoencleod Farmers Ce-operat ve CouImpany, limitted. Boovel. staler data of 7th Iecebullohr, r 0n?, stetinhg...
Gold Yield. BIG INCREASE FOR DECEMBER AT CHARTERS TOWERS AND GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Gold Yield. BIG INCRE'ASE FOR Il)ECEI.lMBI' AT' C'ARITI"RS TOWDIIS AND GY]MPIE. The statema±nt a gold won durling l)ec?,nler, issued Ihy the Unlder-Secro tanry ior Mlines vcstcn'sda nisnnligl. slhonws (tat tihe total yirlil was 45,743 lir ao, cnmlpnared with 41,111 finu on in lrcmlberc of last yan', or on in eriasc of l?'2 line oz. Tihe salau ci thile goMl Was £194,302, an ilnclruas: £10.1i74. The vi lds on lhi psrincipal fields, shosntnng'tihe figures forn I cc,'m Ier, 1:07, in plnnnnthesls, wSas', : 'hartnrs Tow.rs.- .ton, t'rsni'"I at mills, 19.0(18 bons (17,81n9), mill so14 1"1,55o:e (14,1314), cranil, oolt 5s0Ioz (2802), fro nns snon.nntraltcIs3In'illz nrl) ; 'ail nnin r min of stonse £3 . 1. (£4 2s EJ), old tailinigs lUao' (114), from copper olre 172oe (il). a'duvial 12Os (nil); total. 1g,((lez (17,410). Croyd a oin. lnlsoz (1:329). ('h5rn.onnt.229on (291). ton Its---In "lz (9u). ('nloknsown.-ns9on (0ill. E".h ,ri:ive.--htiioz 10-10). iymlsi..--S tsns tr.uaid, 15,:h12 tons (11...
Broken Hill Trouble. ARRIVAL OF MORE POLICE. THE PRIME MINISTER'S VIEWS. INTERVIEW WITH THE UNION SECRETARY. Sydney, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Broken Hill Trouble. AIRIVNAL OF MORE POLICE. TIlE PR.IItE MINlISTER'S V\.It'l. IDTERVIEW, WITH THEr UNLION . SECRETARiY. (By Telegraph flaom Our Corra.iliondent.) Sydse?-y o,,aury 7. :A epotingent of 58 police' arrived at Bral,& Hill, .ay special train, shortly after ? o. ' lonh tliae o?ornidg. Owing !to tho e .? that they nwere expected *to arriartaelier they did not receive ;lie pranaieefi? elcome, and' tlhelRr orat rival wae :devoid of aincident. Tit 'Unonists .ke amaniously. snitaiaeg dle idelopasats. A second contingent of 'police is to arrive.to-morrow. The i Prnic l"lsnister (tfit Hon. A. Father) u2aia referred t,4 The Broken :Hill trrtike this afternoon, enaasrkingi that if was . desaoble, iromn every ji lotd f view, ihtat the portiS-s to the14,espats should be bLrouist into iti?'tlatiodr Coast. M'r. Jsstice Rig bisli 141ed ed to forego 'his holidays n?;o?de.r to eoistitote tlhe dotait: Th.. fiir added tdat there was a ares - hnhi n halnea of a settlemront l itiag n...
BIG FIRE IN SYDNEY. FURNITURE FACTORY DESTROYED. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £30,000. Sydney, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
BIG FIRE IN SYDNEY. FURNITURE FACTORY' DFES'ROT I .I DAMAGE ESTIrTEDI) AT £:0,000. (By Telegraph (iont Our Corrncepoelul it.') Sydney, .·Tanlluary 7. A disastrous fire occurred in 10lgil street to-day. A large lioe-stor,-ya:l building used is a furnitur~e factory was completely destroyed. The dnamai' is estimated at £30,000. Ndarly 100 employees were in the bulding at the dime of tLhe outbrenk, buat they all nin?aged to escape. Later. 'TIhe Sydney Furniture FactLory, own ed lby J. ]. ladeley, in 1Q'7rie-.tret,-, Darling Harbour, waS discovero: to ibe on fire at 10 o'clock tli sesnornis. Thle ire o!igonated in ,Ih? Ioil?, house ~on the ground 'looru. The filasks quickly spread, and the co~tts- of the factovry begig sry' coshbustui d, it wans a nmttcer of - nonmenlts ily whl:, the fire was all through, from floor to floor. Two iours iater tIhe ibuildl ing was comupletely destroyemd, and all that 'mnarled its previous exsistirice was the walls and cliarreld elnains of ihe sides and lba...
Our Marburg Letter. A PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Our Marburg Letter. (From Our Own Correepondent.) A PICNIC. ''ra :nnual pia?nic hl ca.:nns2etlion wti •th il arurg Lutheran Church was celebrate' in l the church grounds on New Year's I)ay. As uearly as S a.m. people ?r'e to Le bon gathcring at the churcd, al;d towards mididay the grounds snce covered by a mss oI popleo. At about 11.3t hdh knntgeruag oat down at a lorge table which- waus laden with very dainty astd appotlising odibles. The way in which thte 4?&le was set tend looked after reflects great credit on the many waitresse, who, inh all ways disharged thle:r duties in a most cn?ie.le nmanner. hIe day .Lein esxceodin.ly hot w-ry few games were in:dulgel" in. 'Ih? Mnmdocn Stri-'. Baol under the conductorship of r. A. Ilehm, played .numeroos - Bleotons, ,lhili were lismt.ed to with gr?at. in teosot, th~er perforlnoanens refleoting. great credit on tire conductor. .Another pastime woo the singipg of . hyins, shich swoni accompanicd by different '.hyeai on the church org...
Orange Blossoms. HORN—MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Orange Blossoms ;" S H.ORN .ORRI ... -:S A qu'it bilt pretty w eddlig toolg:: place in St. T.ule's Liurch on Tiuss day, Dkemm ,'l, says "leowocmka Chion cle". ) hlz centractine parties were Mi. J. T. erm, of .Laidley, andlslis. L. Morris, of Toosoom2. 'The e-. i Canon Oahloey olicioated. Th p?ite'l bride, who lo&:led very .dainty,' w.sj¢ i given awa, by ry . R.:BiBates, She'' wore s.)i J.aml?rie gown of white erepe. de chino oarr a glaze slip, the 0:bie biAng made with a transparent yoke.?o and berthle of scit insettiona, ..c ? ivith' drop frige, with tigh' fitting: lace leeves, under limona efftct, he?. sairt slightly tra?iJ with liand; ofi insrtion. the wore a dainty M'erry Widow hat, scriath'l with white flow ers and mao:den hair fern. .She e?irri-" " ol a Loaq:uet of white marguerie,: rosers and asparagus fern tied '•th . whitre stremners. She was: attelededthy one .rideeimuaid--.liss tahel Baiee. stel)-Yister of the tIide-zivho wore a. pr tty pale pink Empire frock trim...
Victorian Politics. THE NEW MINISTRY. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Victorian Politics, lTHl NEW M.INISTRY. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbdourne, .alauary 7. The new Ministry has henr nolloullc d a.o follows: 3r.. J, Murray, iPrrmi.r, Chid Sec retlry, old.Mini.j'ster for ULnou'. Mr. A. Watt, treasurer. ]Mr. P. Bride, Milister for Mines. Mr. A. A. Bilsoh,. linuister for Edu~ egtion. Mr. G. Graham, M[inistecr for Agricul tar?c and Railways. Mr. IfH. 'Kenzi, MiFister for Lanls. and Water Supply. T'Phe Hon. W. L. Banillieu, .3LL.C., Miinster for Works. r The Hion. ). Brown, ?'.L.C., Attor ney-General. There are two honorary Minister- Mr. ,lames Cnameraon. nd l !r. Jolhn Thompson. Parliamont., 0010 n?olaol. tn-day. In the L-gislative As.osmnbly .!r.. Frank Midden was o letled:l Splakerr. A" in terijm SuSply Bill wasn 1as51d. Parlinront i' to o-,,t a;-al, on sthe 9th of Felhauary.
Charge of Murder. Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Charge of Murder. fly Telelgraph from Our Corre~pnodeoth e :?eiourie, JoTnary 7. Albert '.oluPopeo, aged 49 yeors, a lhaS tlahoahrer Jivijlg In InngnsteetL, wIas arreslted to- night ohhargnd hdi.i-lIe wil .lo murdei of lis nwife. 'dile lattr, the pnollce iera inlfornninl had imn drinking. Sne went into 't roaom at a lod'ing house I .Tohamsm sbullmunntly went in toe ehe tooenl .ohalusmi cane out ;ooo afiterard?s? and remct'ked t'at a~ds wilfe ias dying The. lcnigiig-hcusne hegner fo:nid :'thel &lt;naj.M ,d?-ad on the floor wnith yi" sniatl iwound on tihe foloohed, end 2he led eanchd with blohnd. Jdioan neil told the police flint lhis wie told hiim tlhat sle tma dteuen assault?d in a -ertain hotel.
Federal Public Servants. THEIR POLITICAL RIGHTS. Melbourne, January [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Federal Public' Sefrants. 'THET POLLTICAL RIGHTS. (Wy Tolegraph from Our Corzs'poodent.) ?lellibourn, .uJa.lnuary .. An amelfdd regulation rolating to the political rights ot pulrlc ,surl\nts was ugreod to at a meeting of the Federal Cabinet to-day. It provides lthat pullic officials, sm?all not publicly commlent on any *departlemoetd mottoes, or use for. any purpose ote er thm fr oltIe .dis charge ' gf puilic dutcies, information gained or conveyed to huim it'rrouuhl their cocnnrtion 'aitli'the public. ser?ike.
Warwick Election Petition. Warwick, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Warkick Election Petition. -"----' (Iy ''l1'igraph fre.qn I)ir CorrespoIrndent.) "Ilrwiok, .omnlry 7. .?,atir,, of1 alppl,. , to t1he ]thill t' H|.t wan?.?Jzt nh, paignleljlnt of" hi'? ]onrlol' Mr'. in t44o Wal'ick ,alolioto on., w.o o eI'. onl Alhmd:ay last?. Tlh,, instivy, .will emOpll, tot 1to1 I t:llttig tty 1for' I .ht I lto 'Ourt, ohc il i it Ittishtoi on Itoe ItRit tFetrutttorv.
RECORDS AND FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
R?ECORDS AND rI"XTuEn?. The fallowinlg glves the respeetive re cords.of the Lniun and League nMesaino-.a in Englasod, and the matches still to le played : UN1ON ("WALLAIBIES.") Septeusmler..26; eJ)on ....... 24--3 Octoler 1, Glotecestershire ... 10G--O October 3, Cornenal1 ........ 18- October .7, Glfoeorga County 16-3 Oct.ober o10, Pean-y-craig ...... 11-3 Oetoear 15, Nenth and' Aberavon 12 -0 October 17, Llanselly, defeat 3--8 Octolber 19, ,iaeonmouth County, abaondoned, rain. October 24, London .............. 3--0 October 201, ,Olympie Game v. Cornwall .'............................. 32-3 Octoler 28, ,rmy and Navy 8--6 Oetoelmr 31, Durlpn ............ . 29-7 Novemaber 4, Northumberland and Cumlberland ................. 18-6 November 7, Chleshire ..:... 37-- Novemberu 1., London ...... 24--5 Noiember 14, Coambridge ... 11--h November 38, Oxford ...... 19-3 Noevemer 21, Yorkshire ... 24-0 Novecluer 24, Locoolashire ... 12-06 November 29, Somersetshire 8-0 December 2, ildlcnds aed E...
Football in England. WIN FOR THE "KANGAROOS." London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Football in England. wr'y FJOCR THE "ANhGAROOS." (By Cabl Message.) London, .Taulvry . 1lhe ·gLstr5lan Rugby League football 'erd ("iKl'agaroc:'") playod a match agai~illst tlhe idnes Clubh, to-day, and •Oen eas-ily t?y 22- goals 2 tries (18 pgimi8)' to 1 gool (2 points). London, January 7. In tile League match against Vidse tle first hIalf of thie game was .mevn, andl io poitto were saoried. ]'rawe-Iy sepred two .tries alnd- :3eeog.lg,• one try isn hr. second half" ilEusenger con Verted twno of tre tries. Widne setarad B drop-go n isi 4st ion losinrg timre. 'it, Leaguers ren:d no-" rts :r:, -Mat lc'ies playe'l .20l-won 11.5, lost N. dre??s 8, Pesonls trat 157; poists aryalrrt, 1. , Aceoreiteg to tlro prearsra4-- pre golra~. tire %Arlsl.ral-iola professiquna!i play tIhrir recod e tet stl atlzh ogaisst ~ tre 'oartlrerr UCon on Sat?ndesy.- Thire rsta ras dran s.
Inter-State Cricket VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WIN FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Inter-State Cricket VICTORIA V SOTH. OTI AUSTRALIA. WIN FOR SOUTJ1 AUSTRAT~IA. (Ilv Telegraph ilom Our Correspondent.) 31selbou'rne, Toununry 2. 'hl, er1.eklit math be.lstween ..Vio,? -nt mlc South Ass trlia was conelnWi.ilrrr Ity an! restltnd its jst win for South AutsiIra let by 15 rlsi. APlndoed oi ths oiditial se clo : SOUTH AUSTIALI.,A-First hItings. Ilaynio , b. Ian er, ......................... , Bolling,, b. Verno ...................... ... S C. BllY , b. Vernon ................ ] Claxton, b. V irnon ...................... 4 Pollotw, . itilders ........... .......... . 2 Geli s, b. Il azlito t ..................... ]S JO. Hiil, st. lJianinigs, b. azlitt .5 O'Connor, b. Veta- ro ................ 1 Whitty, e. Sauislers b. Hazlitt .... t Woodford, b. Vernon .................. 32 Wright, not out ... ............... 1 Sundries ......................................... 11 T otal .......................... ............ 197 Bowling : Veitno, 5 for 94; La er, I for 2( : Tliazlit, :3 ...