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THE ESCORTS ACCOMPANYING THE OPHIR. H.M.S. ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

THE ESCORTS ACCOMPANYING THE OP MR. H.M.S. ST. GEORGE. This vessel made her name on the West Coast of Africa as the Flag-ship of Sir Harry Rawson, now in command of the Channel Fleet. The Benin Expedition was " seen through" by the then crew of H.M.S. S*. George, who were subsequently, officers and men, introduced to the late Queen at Osborne as a reward. The St. George carries two 9.2 and ten 6 inch guns. H.M.S. JUNO. The Juno is a second-class cruiser of 5,500 tons. She carries five 6 inch guns and six 4.7 inch, all behind shields. Her speed is some where about nineteen knots, but the St. George can greatly exceed even this high speed. H.M.S. BACCHANTE. The vessel used in the tour of 1879-1880,

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

PHILIP FRANKEL & CO., «hercules" lEnotneers' ^furnishers, Oil Engines, A* W A V X) Effective! Simple t!! Reliable!! Economical!!!! The accompanying cut is our 2£ H.P. Special Engine. We can quote for W Engines from 2 to 200 H.p. ^ Edward St., BRISBANE. Sole Agents in Queensland for J. C. LUDOWICI & SON, . » Ltd., Manufacturers of ^ India Rubber Hose, Steel Wire Popes For Mining and other purposes. Quotations given and price lists mailed free on application. Packings, Insertion, and Asbestos Pack ings off all kinds* [MENTION THIS PAPER.] Electrical Goods of every description. BELLE George Street, Brisbane. The BEST Situation in Brisbane. VUE VISITORS to Bris bane will find super ior accommodation at this First-class Family Hotel. Opposite Parliament House, Botanical Gardens, and Queensland Club. HOTEL LENNAN & CO Alice and Albert «. Streets, . . IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOB Binders, Harvesters, Mo wers, Raises, Plows, Cultivators, Ohaff ' Cutters, Horse Gears, Wi...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Directions for Preparing Graham Gruel. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

Directions for Preparing Graham Gruel. To obtain a plate of Gruel, stir up a heaping tabiespoonful of Graham Flour with a little cold water till a liquid pap is formed. Pour this into the boiling water, and let it boil some minutes, stirring continually. Salt very sparingly or not at all. This gruel tastes very good when sprinkled over with raisins.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

Elizabeth Stveetf near Albert Street corner W. fl. PRESTON, British Cream Separators BY Watson, Laidlaw & Co., Glasgow. Capacities Increased. Prices Reduced. PRINCESS Hand Power. ^ Capacity, 100 gals, per hour ' ^ (o * Actual work, 108 gals, hour 10 gal. per hour 15 25 35 45 75 100 75 100 £1 10 0 hand. 11 0 0 13 10 0 17 10 0 20 0 0 35 0 0 40 0 0 5 0 0 steam. 47 10 0 WARATAH STUD FARM TOOWOOMBA. PURE Improved Berkshire Pigs, As good as any you can buy at double the money from any other bree _ler in Australia My Pigs have won at all the LTADING Shows in the Colony for the past ten years, Five Exhibics winning Seven Prizes at the last Brisbane Exhibition, including Champion and Family Groups. > Prices for Boars and Sows, Weaners, £1 IS. each. Older Pigs from £3 to £5 each. Carefully packed and put on Rail here. W. R. ROBINSON, Toowoomba. A. R. SPENCER, H.D.S., A.P.S. DENTIST, 92 Queen Street, Brisbane, NEXT TO PALING'S. Winner of THREE GOLD MEDALS, TWO SPECIAL FIRST PRIZES, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, 14th May, 1901. ATTENTION is directed to the un dermentioned LANDS, which will be OPEN TO SELECTION at 11 o'clock on the undermentioned dates (and there after) at the places named hereunder : - AGRICULTURAL FARMS. MONDAY, 3RD JUNE, 1901. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GYMPIE. Portions 12v and 13v (Forfeited Farm 559), in the Parish of Woondum, con taining 40 acres each (to Agricultural v Unconditional Selection), at . Rental of 6d. and Purclias i nce of £1 an acre for Agricultural Farm Selection. AT THE LAND OFFICE, WARWICK. About 606 acres of Unsurveyed Land in the Parish of Killarney, at an Annual Rental of 4£d., and Purchasing Price of 15s., an acre. TUESDAY, 4th JUNE, 1901. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GYMPIE. Portions lOOv and lOlv (Forfeited Farm 1312), in the Parish of Woondum; containing 20 acres each, at an Annual Rental of 3d., and Purchasing Price of 10s., an acre. AT THE LAND OFFICE, ROMA. Portion 15v, in the Parish of Conda mine, containing 225 acres, ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Field, Garden and Farm Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

Field, Garden and Farm Notes. By JAS. MITCHELL, Bowen Park. FLOWER GARDEN.-Cleanliness is es sential this month. Keep walks, lawns, and odd corners as clean and tidy as possible, as flowers become scarce at this season, and everything being trim and neat will take away that dull ness that some gardens present when there is a scarcity of flowers. Where roses are making strong growths, clean out all old sickly branches and tie up the young, healthy growths. Clean ing and keeping in shape is all the pruning tea roses require. If not already done, put in cut tings of roses, and all sorts of hard-wooded plants; transplant flowering shrubs, ornamental trees, roses, bulbs, and also hedge plants, such as Flacourtia, Duranta, Kai-apple. Stock the flower beds well with spring flowering annuals %rom the seed beds. If your seed-sowing turned out a failure, try another sowing at once, as it will soon be too late for this season. Lift and store dahlia bulbs as soon as possible after the tops die ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

Large Illustrated Catalogues free. * Farm Vegetable and Flower. Head Office, SYDNEY. Fruit. Trees, Shade Trees, Pot Plants and Roses.

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The Duchess of Cornwall and York's Robes. A TRIUMPH OF BRITISH WORKMANSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

The Duchess of Cornwall and York's Robes. A TRIUMPH OF BRITISH WORKMAN SHIP. TL * _ i. . 1_ _r T> 1 1 ._ -J It is a triumph ot iintisU workmanship and a tribute to the patriotism of our Royal Family that Her. Royal Highness the Duchess of Coi n wall has, on an occasion fraught with such national importance, ordered her robes to be made wherever possible of the very richest materials from English and Irish looms, while the actual making has been entirely of British workmanship. Most of the important robes have been, the work of Maison Frederic in Grosvenor-place, and the wishes of Her Royal Highness that her magnificent dresses should be British handiwork have been most faith fully studied. While, of course, it has been necessary that a deep note of mourning must characterise the gowns for the Royal visit to Australia, the richness of the materials em ployed, and the elaboration of the sleeves have given a most regal effect. It is, of course, unnecessary to state that throughout t...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Some Account of the Duke's First Visit to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

j -+ \ m j Some Account of the Duke's First Visit to Australia. When the Ophir rounded Cape Leeuwin some seven or eight days ago many Australians would be wondering how much the young Duke, who is to be their warmly-welcomed guest, recalls of his former visit to their shores, The swift piling-up of impressions in the crowded life of a royal personage must extinguish much that is worthy a permanent place in the treasure house of memory. Yet the scenes and the en joyments of "boyhood's days, like that other il first fine carelesss rapture," which none would willingly forget, fade slowly, and, doubt less, in looking back through the glimpses of the two emancipated middies of the Bacchanter whose frank and eager appetites missed so little that was characteristic and pleasurable in Australia at the time of their visit. The re trospect must bring some poignant sadness, too. With every link in the chain of those early re membrances will be associated the companion ship of a gentle and gene...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Duchess of Cornwall and York's Dresses.— Continued. DAY-GOWNS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

Duchess of Cornwall and York's Dresses. Continued. DAY-GOWNS Amongst the day-gowns is a handsome spotted crepon, made with a double skirt, and trimmed with lace worked in medallions, inter secting each other, while a large collar of fine embroidery in points has the ends almost reaching the waist. The bodice is laced with velvet over a soft chiffon front, the collar being transparent. The ceinture* slightly pointed in front, is of velvet. Another day gown of corslet Princess pattern is in panne cloth with strappings, finished with others up right and graduated. The bodice is prettily laced at each side of the front and down the centre of the back over a full under-bodice of crepe de chine, tucked in a downward direc tion in clusters of five narrow tucks. There is HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF CORNWALL AND YORK. In the Dress she Wcrs at the Opening of the Commonwealth Parliament. Ifm-ray Fmsei a yoke of lace, strapped narrow folds of crepe de chine, each one finished with a small...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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The Commencement of the Royal Tour. The Departure of the Duke and Duchess. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 13 May 1901

The Commemeement of the; Royal Tour The Departure of the Duke and Duchess. The mission of the Duke of Cornwall and York to Australia for the purpose of opening the first Parliament of the new Commonwealth of Australia marks in an eminent degree the close relations of the States of the Empire with the Crown, which is now practically the only tie save that of sentiment, which binds its several divisions into a united whole. Never before has a prince of the blood royal set out as heir apparent to visit the shores of the great South- ern Continent, which now seems to be enter- ing on a career of unexampled prosperity, and it is only fitting that the inauguration of the new conditions, which give so much promise for the future, should be marked in this signal manner. THE START FROM LONDON. The first stage of the royal journey was en- tered upon on Friday, when the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, accompanied by their Majesties the King and Queen proceeded to Portsmouth. Setting out from Yor...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

Over 400 First Frizes. Over 185,000 Machines Sold. ALPHA-LAVAL Cream Separators, Awarded FIRST PRIZE at every competition in Great Britain during last six years. JUST ARRIVED! New 1899 MODEL Greatly Increased Capacity. FULLY SO PiB CENT. The following Sizes in Stock. 10-Gals. 25-Gals 45-Gals 55"6ftls< 65-Gals. 100-Gals. £6 10s. Od. £13 10s. Od. £20 Os. Od. £25 Os. Od. £30 Os. Od. £40 Os. Od. t The ALPHA-LAVAL Separates more quickly, more per fectly, and requires less power to work it than any other Separator. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. EVERY MACHINE GUARANTEED ALL DAIRY REQUISITES KEPT CN HAND. Rennett Extract and Colour, Boar's Head Preservative. Dairy Refrigerators a Speciality. Waugh & Josephson. . Hemsworth, Saddle, Harness, and Collar Maker, GEORGE ST. (FTosDt°Sfflcfeom) BRISBANE. Over 100 First Awards at principal exhibitions in Queensland. 1st Prize four years in succession for Stock, Lady's, and Gent's Saddles. Six 1st Prizes for all classes of Collars at last B...

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The Boonah Central Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

The Boonah Central Butter Factory. This progressive factory is situated near the end of the Fassifern branch railway line. Boo nah, the township, being 59 miles from Ipswich and Dungadan, the terminus, one mile beyond. The factory was erected in June, 1900, and has been of the utmost value in promoting the dairying industry in the adjacent district. There are seven men employed on the premises, and in addition there axe five creameries situated at different central points, and from 30 to 40 pri vate separators. A number of farmers supply milk direct to the factory. The management is in the capable hands of Mr. S. Dover, who, coming from Bradford (England), in 1888, settled at once in the district, starting the first creamery at Teviotdale after the visit of the Queensland Government Travelling Dairy un der Mr. McMahon, now Principal of Gatton College.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

PRODUCE MARKETS. Prices during the month have shown a firm market, and there has been a decided advance in many lines. This advance is likely to con tinue owing to the increasing demand during the winter months, and the difficulty of market ing produce, owing to the late rains. Vege tables have been somewhat scarce, and prices will continue firm for some considerable time. Fruit has been in moderate supply, but good shipments are coming forward, and with the moderate demand will lower prices somewhat. Mr. S. DoYer, (Manager Boonah Central Butter Factory)., Following are the prices: Chaff.-Lucernes-prime, 2s. gd. to 4s. 2d. per cwt.; inferior, 3s. 46.; mixed, 3s 46. to 3s. 8d.; oaten-prime, 5s. to 5s. 3d.; Panni cium, 3s. to 3s. 3d. Hay.-Lucerne-prime, 2s. 6d. to 2 s. 9d. per cwt.; oaten, 4s. iod. to 5s. 3d. Maize.-Primers. 4d. per bushel; fresh, 3s. 2d. Butter.-Prime factory, nd. per lb. Cheese.-Large, 8d. per lb.; loaf, 8|d. (fac tory). Eggs.-is. 5d. per dozen. Separator Cream.--4^...

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AGRICULTURE STOCK AND STATION PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

STOCK AND STATION PRODUCE. The market as advised in our last is de cidedly weaker. Beef per ioolb. having de clined to 20J- per 100. The declining market is chiefly due to stockholders desiring to realise before the cold weather reduces the weight of their fat stock. The stations along the coast are also recovering from their svere loss from the visitation of ticks, and the herds are being built up by an abnormal increase cf the birth rate in calves. One station, Eungella, being credited with a 33 per cent, annual in crease from this source. Lower prices may be expected throughout the winter. Tallow has fallen, and is not likely to recover until July or August. Marsupial hides in several lines are lower, but we consider this but temporary. Cattle.-Bullocks, extra, to 17 s. 6d.; good, jQS 15s. to ^7 5s.;. medium, to £6 Cows, best, to ; medium, ^4 to £4 10s. Sheep.-Market firm. Prime merino wethers in the wool, extra, to 16s.; best, 12 s. 6d. to 14s.; medium, to ns. 6d. Prime merino e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

To Farmers and Pig Growers Generally, MOW that PIG RAISING is becoming an important part of Farmers' work, it is desirable that they should have a clear idea of what class of MEAT is required by the MANUFACTURER. In all parts of the World, and in this Colony in particular, the demand is only for LEAN MEDIUM-SIZED BACON. By LEAN BACON, we mean that a large amount of LEAN, STREAKY MEAT must predominate. To get this, Farmers must give more attention to their Breed of PIGS; the common ill-bred swine, which give so much fat, must be dispensed with. As bacon-curers, we recommend the medium BERKSHIRE PIG, which, properly fed, will, at 7 months old, produce the class of BACON we desire. In order to enable Farmers to secure this breed, we have established a stud at our farm at Zillmere, and growers desiring to improve their stock will kindly communicate with us, and we will be pleased to furnish all par ticulars as to price. J. C. HUTTON Sc CO., HAM AND BACON CURERS, ZILLMERE AND BRISBANE P....

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Pastoral and Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

Pastoral and Agricultural Shows. Biggenden A. and P. Soc.-June 13, 14. Wellington Point A. H. and I. A.-June 29. 'Fassifern and Dugaridan A. and P. A.-June 14 and 15. Wide Bay and Burnett P. & A. Society July 10, 11, 12. Queensland P. and A. Society, Ipswich ~ August 14, 15. Royal Agl. Society of Queensland, Too woomba-July 31, August 1, 2. Northern Downs Pastoral and A. Society, Dalby-July 24, 25. Mount Morgan A. P. and P. Society August 10. Cairns A. P. and M. A.-September 5, 6. Agricultural and Pastoral Soc. of Southern Queensland, Beenleigh-August 30. Gympie Agl., Mining, and Pastoral Society -August 28, 29. Ipswich and West Moreton A. and H. Socy. September 27. Rosewood Farmers' Club-October 4. South Queensland and Border P. and A. Society, Nerang-October 5. Bowen A. and M. Association, Boweni--August 29th, 1901. Beenleigh, A. and P. Society, Beenleigh. August 30th, 1901. Crow's Nest Show-August, ipoi.

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Notes of the Month. Queensland Sugar Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

±±±±±++' .^VIVtVTVTv fiotes | Month. Queensland Sugar Industry. ' Very few' of those demo crats, who are constantly agitating for the expulsion of the Kanaka, even at the risk of crushing of the sugar industry, have paused to consider the consequences if Queensland ceased to supply Australia with sugar. The total consumption of sugar in Australia is considerably over 160,000 tons per annum, the general output greatly exceeding this amount. With the exception, therefore, of about 3,000 tons of beet sugar, and 2,800 tons of glucose imported from Germany, it may be said that Queensland-allowing for 17,000 tons produced in New South Wales-supplies Aus tralia with sugar. Sugar in New South Wales is a decreasing factor, and so may be practic ally excluded from any consideration of the sugar question, so far as Australians concerned. Withdraw from the markets the sugar produced by Queensland, and there will be an enormous rise in the price all over the continent. Some of the democratic sen...

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MAROOCHY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

LMAROOCHY SHOW. The above show was held on the 16th May, and with splendid weather attracted a large gathering from the adjacent district. Tne Hon. D. H. Dalrymple, Minister for Agri culture, and Messrs. J. D. Campbell, S. Grimes and J. Stodart, MM.L.A., travelled from Bris bane for the special purpose of being present at the exhibition. The different sections were well filled, special efforts having been made by the local fruit growers to make exhibits typical of the district. Among the leading prize takers were the following: Mr. J. Rose, senr., farm and dairy produce; W. H. Smith, Montville, and Mr. G. Fewtrell, Palmwoods, for their magnificent display of citrus fruits. Messrs. W. Quarrie, S. H. Smyth and E. J. Burnett, of Buderim, for bananas; Mr. W. S. Smith, Palmwoods, for pineapples, and Mr. G. Brett for strawberry plants. No berries were shown. The fruit packing contest, Mr. S. Fountain, junr., ist. Mr. J. T. Wilson, President of the Society, gaining the first prize for oran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

LIMITED, I j?layelJe's"Patent Traversing'Tripod, Mining ancTSurveying Instruments Kept'in Stock. Dumpy Levels,* 3-Sere wjajfil 4-Screw 'IS. S. 5 <P 04 . : SJ: y$ o '?[Ft ; 1 ;-,S . « ..:A4 i-'o s T3 O t-1 CO 08 ; s * 0) * s Ph J H Prismatic Compasses, Miners' Dials,!1 ~ * Clinometers, Theedblites, Levels, Aneroid-Barometers, Thermometers. EXPEDITIOUSLY." All Classes of Drawing Instruments. Benxi lor Illustrated Price List of Drawing Irfetrumeats, Drawing Paper, Tracing Cloth and Paper, <fcc., <fee. & 5ANKEY, Ltd Contractors to *he Government, .hd SB 3 g. <t> 03 rs £H -3' I ?« t* t*' CC - 23»

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