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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
2ldat~!'i qsdrtthe Prfrofo gl 'irst-Grade.t~·lr~d. - -" 31 5(mtBlili 12 Years), nOAf? tTzraB FAcron?t, Crts M Highest Quotationa. Ia& uttr, Ice. 'arm.Machinery, rte nd ?811Slo Materials. 'Phonae - 24 B?LVEUWOOD DAmRY FACTOBY A:CO. are paying 8&d per lb for Com Butter eontents of Cream deliver SGatton Station. 29 Zoeller's Horse and Cattle Medicines "THAN WHICH THERE ARE NONE ETTER." ZOELLER'S MANGE TREATMENT 8e. Cd. pe course (postage Is. Gd.) SolnotIoml|y eorrent and snoonltol wlonnmev applied ooordr nto dlreotlons. ZOELLER'S EMBROCATION 2e. 6d. per bottle. For Vnterlnry and Human use. ZOELLER'S "GALL" CURE Your Horees Friend. is. per tin. * The belt you evers use." ZOELLER'S BLACK OILS 2s. Gd. per bottle. A enperlorwound droo?|ng-cures Oreusy Heqks, Nosabl should bnwltbouta bottle Zoeller'r CATTLE MEDICINES and modern Vetelnary Instruments lways stooked by W. S. F. FOX, CnEMIsT, IPSWICH, hbklot Agent for CorlI oeller 4 Co. ~Ctd. 246 O.UEEN S.. BRIoSBANE. GooD TYATI...
GATTON PRODUCE REPORT. (From a Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
N PHODUUE BEPOBT i %J~om gIr oiCo upondent.j Thursday Evening. - :indsdo preduce v ern ea?rce here to T,;he following were farmers' pricese: e -prime, 43s ld per bilhel. -Utte Fantory, JOfd per lb ? S..-Otd per dozen .. ttoe-nglie, ~5 to ,B p:r ton; Sswreet., none ;baf M~ixed, Ae to AL 10s per ton; . a ostae..to L5 .Os lucerne, '5 .t y--Ll3im, |)' 1)s to A- pzr ton: oaten,M4 .mpkwsm-A pr ton iO, none (ommer btter). o itper lb (oomnerolal bultter).
GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
1 A&NWJ PBODUCE REPORT. -AFrom Onr Own Correspandent.) Thuriday Ev. ning. r-bs pplies of pr.duce 'hibh csme t. Sto.day were 1arcr. Maize h,, hem. bt :, rce ant priera are adVaace g. ngae the ,unlig6 rae: Prime. 4e per bunhol ~t~ r---tactory, 1O. per Ib -Odper dozen ea-English, £7 to £8 10a pel ton; pwwet, none ha-Mixed. £5 to 84 10s per ton; "okteir, .5 to 65 ]Osi lucerne, £5 £to£5 sa * .: -Tuoeerne, £3 to 2315e par ton O nons, £8 per ton Piren-a8d per lb (oommeroial bntter)
FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
OprieT HILL PRODUCE BEPORT. (IFromOur Orwn Correupondens) Thuraday Evpeiing. Thire wsr e ae supple e of pr ducl dto-day. P ieoe were firmi. 'I e fol igg was the ing ratee: rime6s01to 41 ]Idp , hushr; latter-Paimera'.D ma S g5p-91 psr doren Potstoes--English, £5 per ton (very p'or) Chatt-Mixed, £3 per ton ; oaten, £?5 lucrne, E to AC Hay-Lnoesrn, L 5s to L4 5s per ton; oaten. none Pnmpkins, sA 5s Onions, none Turnips--Swede. none Boosters- 3a to 8b 3d per pair Hens-ls 6d to Is 9d per pair Geeoe-4s ptr pair Dunks-English, ls 91 to ls per pair musoo' v, 8l to 3s 3d Pigeons--o quotation
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
BRISBANE PE)DUCE MARKER J.J aokan and Co, Limited, of Bi. bane, rdpors trhe following sawr of farm and dairy prodrooe on January 7 : Maize-4s 3d to 4s ,d per bushel; epecial *se 44d Wheat, S to 5%5I Potatoes--Engili:b, prime 8s to9s 9d per Sac* seond qualihty. 3B to 6s Pumpklve, ta'le' 5Se SJha--Lucerno, 4 6d to 6s 6f ptr ton; mixed, 4e Sd to Sa3d ; oaten, 6sa3d to~nsed Ray-Luocerne, 8s 6d to 4s d per cw Bnttr-jr-ime, 8a to 8id per lb rbeese, 4 to Ed per lb TBoney, Sd to Sid per lb E ?'gge--Ordinary, 10d to l1d; special, ls ta la td per dozen P?owls, 8i to GSe Sd per pair Dluo'ts-- ueoovy. 7s to 7a 44. per pair Eng.ih, 4s 64 to Si 3d Guinea fowls, .s Ad to 4s Sd Pijeons, 1s Ld to le.2d per pair a~ngoes.; S to8 e per cs.e : Grapes, Be to 8 6d per crae Watermelone 8 to 7e aid per dorcl .fookmelne, lI to 3s 4J per dozen Pasoibn-fruit Si 3d to Se per ase Papaw apples, f i64 to ts per nase Pineapples, sam !h, 3S? t 4G 6d per los., Pears (ooking), la 4d to se per quarter Sobuage, 1Cs ad t...
TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette" Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
TObWOOMBAPRODUCE MARKET. "D.D. Gazette"' Oice, SWednesdayv EvenI?n?g. Supplies oell lines of produce wemc well in hand today and wcre .in every way .'eu?al to the dom?end. Several a' tersations :she made. The .,fodwiang are the ruling wholesaul. qoationl, payna,I> to farmers end producers by mcrchsnts (kags and ?:lhs in): . Naize.-is 10 ,to .S li pe]r bushc.1 (market firm), big dceaned. ,Butter.-Factory, 10jd, farmers' Sd to 9d per lb. I 's:Ondinary 7d, n?w-laid 8d peor (louse. Flour £10 10n per ton. Oheese.--Factory, large, 51d; loas, 6d. Potatones : WhiteJs' ins, £4 ]O. :: lnnni BrownClls and fIues, £5 to £ 10s. Onions.-Locals (softl, £5 to £6; New Victorian, £6 to £7. Chaff.--iied, common; £3 to £3 O0s; special, £4 to £~ 10ls. Wiaten, new, local, £4 to £4 i0s. saten, new season's, £4 10s to £5. Lucerne, cut from the stack, £3 10s 1to t:4 jrime, dry, grefn and leaf', £5 to £ 55i. Hay: Lucerne, peime, £4. Lucerne Sced.--Loeal, prime, guaran teed, le 4d to ls d ;. imported, ls to...
Mount Elliott. LINE FROM CLONCURRY. WORK TO BE STARTED. COMPANY DEPOSITING £93,910. Brisbane, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Mount Elliott. ?:o:? LINJ E FROM CLONCL'RR'. WORK TO IE STARTED. COMIPANY DEI;POSITING £903,9110. Bri.sbale, Jantlnry 7. lte lhnte rom Cloncurry 'to Mount El llott is to te stalrted at a very curly datec. lhe Co?saissioler for lailways (Mr. ,. 3'. Tflhtllo) anod Mr. I. D. Fre', tile loulst Elliott Compalny'a relvreseetf tire, haveing grwned p]loln a price, tlhis was sub?nlitted 4O the colntpaty in .Mel bourne. Tile aeltiat?u d cost fd tei linte :8 £197,820. Mr. Flreo recoivel a tdle gratl this Uor'iIrig, s'tatiJg tlat £02. O1), Istll ,the ,eattaunled co3st, oulld 3 e deposited wJitih the Coootassiotter, wit.in a ficw 'das. .s the curly cocstruetinl of the lince is asseoril. It tia uderstolod thlAt tlt,t?si s?letoers and en atdidtitn al 6Oll,t) ill bloeks are retady, tesid rails Ito toe il msilesoss Isino at To0wittsvtll T'lis rtailhay is 'to I"e uit undeo r run ogleieeclt betweenl tAhe toverscma ot and Mosslt Illiott, Jlnsitedl, serelty osilt Iparty shaloll oar one-hIalf the mtstial...
AN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
AN ACCIDENT. Mr. Adolph Stephens, 20 years of age, and a son of Mr. Geo. H. Stephens, of the Workshops Estate, met with an ac- cident yesterday morning. He is employ- &nbsp; &nbsp; ed as a porter at the Ipswich railway station. About 11 o 'clock he had the misfortune to slip off a moving train, and fall on to the platform of the Ips- which railway station, with the result that he sustained a lacerated wound on his chin and abrasions about the face. Am- bulance bearers were summoned, and they dressed the wound and conveyed the sufferer to his home. The injuries are not of a serious nature, and it is ex- pected that Mr. Stephens will be able to resume his work in a day or two.
Local Government. Bundanba Shire Council. THREE-MILE CREEK BRIDGE. THE IPSWICH WATER AREA. INTERESTING SPEECHES. COUNCIL'S OFFICERS EULOGISED. EPIDEMIC HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 8 January 1909
Local Government. Bundanba Shire Council. Tll.lE'-?lLEl CREEK BRIDGE. TIlE IPSWICH WATER AREA. INTERESTING SPEECHES. COUNCIL'S OFFICERS EULOGISED. EPIDEMIC HOSPITAL. The. monthly nemaoting of the Bun danla Shire Council was held at the office, "Qtueonsland Times," Chambers, yesterday. There were present--Crm. C. C. Canmeron (Chie lis:i). II. F,'rretl F. 31. Elliott, Riclhalrd Watson, Il. Ial ]let, C. Lube, W. M'Wflliamu , aid S. IT. Ilarring, the clerk (Mr. G. A. St-:phcnson), und the overseer (Mr. J.ns. Doonnr). AN APOT.OGY. The Cliirmau n staled that at tle laot trcetins of the council a letter of apology for non-attmendane shoehd harve been tendered frem Cr. Ehiott, and/ha would suggeaust tlhat it should b. cntered in tlhe minutes. The sug geStion was acted 0pon.. THE MINUTES. The 'heirmun refrclrd to the fact that the clerk had made a practice of writ ina the ,niniute very fully. He would like 'an exprcsfion of op:.inion as t( wmhther the mi'inlet s might not bP e ' tailed. In t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
SICK ROOM REOUISlITS.--Water proof Sheeting Surgical Dressing. Rrtl~l t Zoe/Ioe.'s. JG Q cen S -eLf Cr wIneU. TOhm e l rr (i l Tiny. hoadrc 1:1 11in his uthis Sr shir %.s sd5 ni Till ho Sss Tss-lss And nssw li is Hu*l'l'Y', II'm-r'y ! !..1111=-i11]t` pjI1.T.d. 11'111. srl Is (iid. I'hnirsale AgrTnts." 17 CHILDREN'S EAR CAPS, Cure Protruding Ears. Rftail at Zo hr's, 2,: Q;een treet, Brisban U
Australia and Immigration. A DENTAL BY THE EARL OF CREWE. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Australia and Immigration. ---- : o :- A iDENIAL HlY T'HIf IlARiL OF CIiEWE. (By Cable Message.) la?ldoi, Janluary 6. The E]?a of ('Creo. Secretary ofI State for t(Le ('oloni,.e, ldenies t.lle accuracy of Mr. O'Connor's slatlrientl, as cadel: oi n l??e 21st of N?v?ember, slnd dlelares that iArwy do lotl. represelt iis opinion. (Tle message of lwie 21st sof Noveillier referred 44) says :--'' lhe E?ar of Crew, in an dnterrvict witiAl Mr. Daniel O'Cos nor, resposed surllris"e 1hat Australia lasuitdl behind ('annil. Soutsh Afries., and New 'lentiad in encouragiing sutligrar tion,. He 'leaded for th.e alpointlanent of ne Austroliam Higli Comlmissionler, and sta?ned ltht he had Urged thle early selectii,n i(iorei than onice ol a will ilinform S?d relprsenlative, u ho wouldl (Io Ieiglhly Iuseful to tlhe Colonial Office sand bone (icial to the Comasonsvealth.)
The Great Earthquake. TWO THOUSAND PERSONS RECOVERED ALIVE. THE MESSINA CEMETERY DESTROYED. A CRUEL HOAX AT NAPLES. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
The Great Earthquake. TWO THOUSAND PERSONS nRCOVER. ED .ALIVE .. TIIE MESSINA CE.3IETER?I DESTROYED. A CRUEL, TOAX AT NAPLES. (By Cablo Mlessage.) London, ,Tamuary 7. Up to . Tue'sday liCght 2000 persons had 'beetn recovered allive from the ruins of Meessina. A number of Italian deputies auelt it tie rui.s of Mlessino, and lunanimously resolted upon tir resurrection of Ihe city. A further shock yesterday destroyed the beautiful cemetery at .3fessina, with the famonus oralge groves. Journalists describe the city as an unninhurlitable charnel house., where it is imtpossibie to smy a piece of bread w'ith' out military sanction. The C'oaulorraj practised ' e.heartlesshsoosa upon inhalbitants of 4he suburbs of Na ples. Early in the mlornig alarmistp rushed through the streets, shouting " Te earthquake." Others clanged the church bells. " The residents were sei.edr with panic, and they rushed half-naked through the streets soeking hite open, while gangs of ceriminmd looted the der sorted ...
Tenders Invited. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Tenders Invited. - 31\ r. C. F. W. Rnngl : For ringllluk ins and orinhlmT 1.75-c5ro, parldock at Elaeicirr. January 1]i. Ily 1r. G. B. Ciil. nrchitoct, "Que!nj aItl Tin m" (:.hamrs i: For r, pairs, painting. &c., at. brick r s'idenc, Briilnns-at r?nt. .1 mmaury 14. fly Mir. r.. It. Gill, architcct, "Qunscusa land Timrs" ('Ohmrinlirs: For ithe ti'r'lion oi brick hill for tlhe St. Paul's "oun liren:'s Saocirty. January 90.
Local and General News SALVATION ARMY MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Local and General News SALVATION AR.11Y MhISSION. The seolnd Sunday of thn mtission eventuates to-morrow. By andvertise Iment clsewhe?nr att4ention is drawn to the special serviees to Ibe conductedl ,y Adjutant ],ovelock. spiritural special and revivalist. Attention is also edlled to this fact-thalt the mission. is oen tirely unsectarian, and ministers ainl Christian worlhrs of t.he varirnls d, mnonitations arei hieartily invitsl to co? operate for the last wnek of the mis Sion,
Rough Weather. SEVERAL STEAMERS DETAINED. SPECIAL WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Rough Weather. SEVERAL STEANERS DE TAINED. SPECIAL WEATHER REPORT. The loisterous weather conditions il the coast are responsible for the ltentiosn of rl sceral steamers at v:,ri o'1s points. Th: dversea steamer Swazi, which left' Brisbane light for the South on Thursday, andi th small steamer Rock Lily, which. departed for Ballina on Wednesday, 're l:oth slheltering from, the fury of the sale at the Yellow Patch, in Mloreton Bay. In side Inskip Point the A.U.S.N, Com pany's small margo steamer Tinana, which was due here from BunDalsl rg. anld the Govern\-lenit snall steamls?r Albatross, are waiting until the wiea= ther moderates. The Flinders, which left -here for Bulndalerg, on Wed?es dany, and which steamer was anclored under the lee of Woody._Tslal.n for: a while. arrived at her destination yes teraday morning.
Meteorological Report. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
tieteorological Report. Brisbane, January S. The Government Meteorologist (in a report dealing with .the storm system along the coast, rtates that there has; Iben only a normal diurnal decrease of pI?sure at Sandy. Cape and Bris bane, but a fresh south-east gale is still blowing at the light-house, with a high sea running. The weather is fine but cloudy. The contre of the storm may, therefore, Ie estimatod to be between Sandy Cape and Gomma, bit: nearer to New Caledonia, and its cours? is now ntohably south-east to urds Norfolk Island : at which tint its influence may ibe felt in a day or two.