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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THETURF.. Horse-owners: and' trainers are re minded that nominatipns for the vari ous events 'on,the programme for the January meetitig of the Ipswichl Joc key Club, to lie held on the Bundanba racecourse on Saturday; the 23i-d of January, close with the secretary (MIr. F. W. M'Gill) on Monday, thie 18th in stant. Finland, the. sire of Bobikoff (a four year-old-colt, the winner of the Auck laud Plate, a mile and.a half race, at weight for age), is by Bill of Portland frotm Fishwife. The latter mare will be remembered as having been owned by Mr. J. Turnblull, and was no, strati ger to Eagle Farm. The names of M?tograph, flowlett-, Parmesan, Togo, Snapsot,' 'laxettn, and Plunder appear in the list ot no ininations" for. the A.J.C. Doneaster Handicap, to be run at Randwick in April next, .while Togo, Howleits, Snapshot, Flaxen, and Plunder are in chided in the list for the two-mile race, the Sydney Cup. The chestnut mare Paquita, by Me dallion from Girofla, .and who at one time occupie...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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ENTRIES CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

ENTRIES CLOSE. Iswich Jockey Club................ Jan. 18,

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DANCE AT HARRISVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

I)ANCE Ar 11 \1IHIlS\1I.1.1: For tlb purposr of '"rv rI log ll: Opeing of 11n' ,,la Ilrll) n,? 11o1; 1 I; t ]Inrrisvillr Mi. F. IIas.lnlml i giein., a'fnre duiie in l iii ula;iT-vill, Aun of 'Ar~tts ,ni I~lo ip h njJ0, O. 15th of .lniiurry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Special A dvterdeement.. bnffli 4 ..,., _ "` f. :+ dom.-·· 'HE NEW V EYLON I A A - -, ·lwl· s~INTL ~Ac~PRoPYJ~ri 'sl - - a rI ; II na maarnbuan aiaDunasA3 ±. jPEAR LB. ALL GROCERS. ~ A.WHIRIIADg Photographer, !!__ BRISBANE-STREET. il'1 Is wj:f sT rE w BEST IN EiG II CLiSS -PPHOTOGRAPHY. eb'eilyrcmdour Beautiful -A=4T0, PbBTRLITS; which are proof Sagainat ihieecs. See Specimens in Veptibu'e. 17 B(EAT ,LISHED 1869.) Reed s F i iang rHouse. Specia thrist nas Furniture. p"IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT P -- FROM. ~HE BEST VALUP INTHE CITY FOR . ASEH' OR TIME PAYMINT. ' ADDRESS : SAdjoining "Queensand Time" Office., BBRISBANEWSTREET, :IPSWICH. ild. On Sale Id. P? .. Daily Issue of the "QUEENS. LAND TIMES" is on Sale at the following Agencies. TOWN. Brisbane-street ...... W. Tatham. Brisbane-street ..,... W. B. Darker. Brisbane-street ....4. Misses Whitehead. Brisbane-street .... E. C. G. Wejse. Beilway Bookstall E. C. G. Weise. Brisbane-street ....?. Miss Nolan. 3dibane-street ,..... Mrs. 'A S....

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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

EV NTS O?l COME. Ipswich Jockey, Club .............. Jan. 23

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Sporting Notes, ? "' my" ..:Pakeha ) Secretarieas of rracigg cubs. are requested to 'kindly' aronwed OAi Intoiuatton re -pecting "t'likr raoeeo-mtings to "Pakeha" as early as -polsible.

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Victoria. Melbourne, January 8. CHEAP CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Victoria. Ielbourne, Jamnusry .X& CHEAP CABLES. The Poasaster-General( Hon. J. 'Thbom. as) yesterday said that if the cable rates across the Atlantic was reduoad to 2d per wsrd, Othe' rate to "Au»etrali&' could be reduced to 7d.. seord. ,FATAL COARE OF SNAKE-BITE.. Norman Stock, 10' residing at?his po?ents' resi?a?ce' iet.. Geoldeng, was play leg at Fyansfelrd, when he was hitt?n on the ankle by a snake. Some t4nmelap sed lefore e Io was taken to the hospital, and on aerival at the in~stitution? he was in a state of collapse, Remedies were aeplied, buht they were ?oan avail..saL. the tlau died next morning. . RECORD, WrEAT QAR(O'. The steamer. Knight of the Carter is taking on booend, the rgest cargo of wheat ever 'shipped fro any Austra lian port. .In ll,, she, shl load 10t3, 0 (Sags. uttieRoI thie record .was sheld by Sydney, witbh 62,000 bags. The Vic torian record was 57,000 bags.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 8. THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

INTER-STATE " NEWS. .(By Telegraph from Our Correspondent?s) New South -Wales.- -; . Sydney, January 8.r THE RAINFALL. Mr. R. IB.,Grqitjhs. Actiug-Faedesa tte. orologist, says that the rairA.l records~ for 1903, so far ias Hew South Wales, Victorla, and South Austra.is' are con; ' cened, do not indi2ate drought. GRASSHOPPERS. There has bem a revival of the grasse hopper pest in ihe Nearrari district, and much.. damage is being, done to the g:raph cropse fidl i gradens.. ..' THE BUSH FIRES. Bushfires have. wrought havoc st Bux ton, on the southern line, beyond .hirt mere. The School of Arts building was burned ,down. ' SUDDElWDEATH. Mfr.-Edmund C..podibes, a .pioneer of Cootomundra.;, one time a .large, ' To '. owner in that district, dropped dead yes, terdoy. AN APPOINTMENT. Dr. A. Aspinall has been appoineld medical superintendent to the . Sydney Hospital, in succession to Dr. Marsh. THE CRICKET TROUBLE. A commounicatien from the secretary of Ihe Board of Control to Mr. Laver,' abo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

tl1ý PAMiE RESERVED FUR CRIBB & FUTE. :9; How TO BEGIN THE: HEW YEAR WELL. S i OP AT r.bb , & Foote s. We:; Offler Special inducements TO-DAY. : per cent. SPECIAL DISCOUNT off all Remnants in our DRAPERY DEPARTMENTS until further notice. W,?.?ve? t'nmall lot · f Perfume Caskets and Haberdashery Novelties to lear at O 'per'cbent Dihncount off marked prices. 8?ean 1 per cent. Discount of aII Ladies' Hd Bage during January. -'.qnur:TAIIAhOItCNQ DEPARTMENT' we are giving a 10 per cent. Dis ' pq ol aEL S[UITS. ordered:during the month of January. Sb?a? very due raigeo SUITINGS to select from. you require SP, now is your time to sire money by placing your der with us. i nwrw Outs' in our Millinery Department. -my, Utrimied Straws, elearing at le .ach. "White ?$elte. foir Ladiseand Girlds'. Wear, le 6d each.- Just the thing for :this :ot weather. SModels iunTrimmed. Mllindty at half original pi ice. ecial values in Ladies Dn' t Cloaks. Waa a very special. Corset, just the t...

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South Australia. Adelaide, January 8. LINKING THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

South ,Australia. - Adelaidwe, Jumar~y 8. LNINtG. THlE hAILLWAYS. T41o Ittlit. lIon. G. H. Utiti' h± Ake 1ande yeotrrduy. said that -SydnChy wva anti ., the. lagla'a t Insaetces, where neglect to ljgkAilbl.o Iwayt att the see frentuges was paliully apparent.

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FOREST HILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

FORES? H:ILL PRODUCE REPORT. (From Onr Own Correspondent) Friday Evening. Fa'rly large supplies to hand to do., and prices sere as under:-. Maize-Prime, 4s to 4a OLd per bu hal Bacon-Nil Butter-Farmers? none Eggs--91per dozen Potstoes-English, consignment onTr. Chaf--Mixed, nil; oaten, £4 1 2s 6d per ton; lucerne, £4 12s 6d to £4 2s Rd IFay-Luoerne, At 17s 6d to £4 12s 6d per ton; naren, none Pumpkins, £4 5s to £410s per ton 0 line, none T ornips-Rwede. none Roostere-s~ to as 34 per pair Hens-ls 64 t,, Ies d per pair teeee--4 oar pair Duoak-Englieh, 2E 9d to 3e per psi Smarcovo, 8 to 8s 8d Pigeons-.e o quotatioc

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

BRIPSBAME PRODUCE MARKET. 3. Jackesn and Co., Timtital. of iii ban: reportilbefellowing aalesof farmn and dairy produes on JTanury R : hMaize-4s 3d to 4e 4d pE r bushel Wheat, 3s to 3s 54 Potatoes-Englieh,prime HA to I10 ypi ewe; soe.ond quality. 24 6d to 6: 6l PumpkisB, 4e to 4s 6d per . wt Turnips-Swede, 2s 3d to 28 9d re, eat Chaff-Ltucerno, prime, As d to Ga 9d3 pr ewt; smixed, 4sad to 5s 4d ; .?te,, 6os 7 to 5s 0d ; one eprcial, Ps l0d luoerne, second quality, 41 3d to 5B Hay-Lucerne, 3R 9d to 4s 64 per cwl Butter-crime. 71i to 8d per lb ' heope. 4dd rto fd per lb Honey. 2 rc 2A 4 per lb Eggsa Ordinary, 9d to 104; weakl, tsndnley eor ordi, ary; sie.ial, Is to is bd per dozen Fowls, Sa 34 to 5e 8.1 per pair Ducks-hluseovy 7s to 7sA d per psi' EngKish, 4s 6d to Be 6d Geese, 7s to Ps per pair 'lurk ye. gobblers, 194 to 30s per pair; bIen, los to 11s fid Guirea foals. 3a 9d to 4s 3d per p?,ir Pizernr. ds Id to Is 2d per psi." Alp et (kLcat csoking), Bs t . 5s d p, Mas ,goes, 5s 61 ...

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FOWLS AS PEST DESTROYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

FOWLS AS PEST DESTROYERS. During a recent visint to the holding of a large and successful fruit end flower grower, who is also anl enahuslastic poul try-lreceder, 1 noticed a brood of quite young chickens busily occupied asmong the chrys?anbldtonltms, and lauornt that they were purposely pnlaced there to destroy the earwigs '(says .l. W. Hurst in "',Field"). Tuhe old Iae, no doubt front lonbg experienee, fully understood them po sibiHities of tbhe situaioen, nid deftly tap ped the stemus of the pladts, shuaking not the inserts to provide food for her brood. This is only one instance of the manneer in which pouth y-keepiug tmny be made comtuple??ntory to hortieultaural and agsricdltural pursuits. The helic kens, win? they grow too large for the neighbournuod of suat plants., bn ing renmoved to other sections of tlo holding tuo continue snimilar lst-destroy oing work. To the ignorant anrdi wavnton destruc tion of many insectivirous birds are as crifud t?lo difliculties of the fruit-gr...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Poultry Notes. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Poultry Notes. MISCELLANEOUS. - If. you notice a duck sick -look out. They seldom ail until they are going to die. Burn dead birds and use plenty of disinfectant in the houses. If you like the idea of table binds, why. not kill and dress the birds yourself ? If you did this the chances are that you cbuld work up a profi table trade with the first-class hotels, clubs, and dining rooms. It is the attention to details that makes for suaaess. Lucerab chaff is a splendid food for poultry, and 50 per cent of it mae be used in the mash. It should be steep ed in hot water over night and cov ered up to give it a thorough straim The white Leghorns wins only be cause of, the hard work of the men behind the breed. There are plenty of other: breeds that could be worked up, but you will need to put. your baeck into the joli. It all comes from strenuous work in the back-yard. Charcoal is useful for the fowl, not nearly enough of it hing used by our breeders. Some of'our great .Aserigcn breeders ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

I'm the Robur Tea Girl. See that teapot-it's just an ordinary earthenware one still it's as good a teapot as you can get to make tea in. o J Warm it-then measure into it the necessary quantity of tea-fill it with water just to the boil-let it draw for 5 or6 minutes-and you'll be able to pour as good a cop of tea out of it as anybody needs drink-this applies especially to the No. 1 Grade Robur-the No. 2 Grade is joll? good tea, too. Rebm r SYou will poy just as much (or a bot tal of Cha?o erlam's Cough Rioudy as for any of the other modioihes, butyou" save money in bhying it. The savdng is in what you get, not what you pay. 'Pho sure-re--ure-you quality is in every bbttle of this remedy, and you geot good results wiheh you oake it. lauysng cough ?edicines is an important mat ter. Neglectod colds often duvolop sor ious conditions. and when you i~uy a cough ,mediois? you wlat to ho aura you are gettdug on0 t0hat will cure youj cold. When you buy Clhalihmrlai?n' Cough Romody you uak m?o...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

SOCIAL. (Any tnformatton intended for this col omn must be duly authenticated Otherwise it will Oct be published.) O1n future no items from thne country will be accepted for publication under this head unless they reach us through our recognised correspondents.) Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Gill, llrassatl, spent the Now Year holidays at 3Iaryoroughl. visiting: the parents (MIr, and Mrs. W. Tri.sel) of .MIrs. Gill. Mrs. T. .ingoaud, son., leaves t-si-.y on an ex|vtnided visit to hec dlaugh ter. Mrs. Phil Somanerla'd, "Sprins' \'olley," Tenterlield. Mrs. J. H. Wall and daughtc ares i at present residing at Dorset Hoss'. .CMldate. Mr. A.. Pur:lo, heaid eeacher, 3(?r burg 'State School, is spending the maid-sununcr vacatien in e',stern A.te tralia. Mr. Norman Eagle, Wyrreenil, 'Too woo ';na, spent thn Chiristmas holidays it Kirchheim, and wris the giesi .ti Mr. cnd aws. H. Muller. Wliss R. and Mr. Robert Born ani.l Mr. T. Maier spent the New Ye'ar 'olid a, ait Kvilhheini, wihers th?ey 'wr tihe g...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Broken Hill Trouble. A DYNAMITE EXPLOSION. Sydney, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Broken Hill Trouble: .A . .NA TE E .PLOSION (Kij' Tslegrjip 'from Our Correspondent.) e . ..' , Jaituay 38. Alarm ? ~as , caused thi. mornipg at Broken Hill by an explosjon :on the P?roprietaiy mine, block No. 14. ' It was followed by ai shower of stones ,n uses hotels 100 ynards away. Invwtigation showeld that p, small piece of okld ater manin hnd been blown up bl y dynamite. The main, was ain obsolete onp, not skhving been used "for , solne years,, that the conse ,uences of the explosion were nil. The explosioh .occurred only a few yards from the pickets, who say that it'must: " "ie r done byi some brainless hoodlunt. A. furthes body of polce arrived Itom Sydney this morning. ' ?ie icing-scretary of the A.M.A. Ihibited tb-night a big sheet of tole grirus, promising hundreds of pounds to the union funds. They came, he s;d. ,fomni all itar.s o. Astralia. Opi portunity was afforded toady of see-' itag the full list' of donatnios oaeceived ;durg the l~0 -strike. The total amount was 1...

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TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE MARKET. "D. D. Gazette" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

TOOWOOMBA PRODUCE M1ARKET. "'D.D. Gavette" onmi., Thursday ':v'eni,. All lines of produce were ý'tll i,. warded. Maine is very firm, awml 'all is advancing. Eggs are scarc? 'In l ptrimn rinalifty of nrotators ars.e 1, a'. hl're w?rn no alterations in r,"'?i qulntations and thll following are the iUilini ihnlenale eiiflntilfions paiymale to 1'n ners and pr lti''. Is iv m'rclmantl (lar, ald iale? ii) - tlede: Ss ilhl to :i 1.1 r. hnidmli (in arlo,t firm), bir ilrmaentl. mmmtt.r'.-I'nactory, li.d, limei:iu'n' Sd to ltd pr 11. I .: "- : t r , l i;n r y /,1 . s n ? - ,.1 1' i , v, ] n/). Flour £ 10 10s per ton. Cheese.-Factory, laroe, 51,d loaf, Gd. 'Potaloe~ : h.il·ih"kiu , £1 IO: [primec Brownllts aId I'li,':. £5 to £n 10fs. Onions.--Loeas (softl. £5 to S£; N "w \Vitlorian, £6 to £7. Chaff.-?ioxed, common, £3 lo £3 10s; special, £1 to £4 IOs. '{1,nten, new, local, £4 to £4 I0s. Oann, new season's, £4 10s to £5. Lucerne, clt from the stack, £3 I0s to £.1?4 pri'', 'lyi. g.-,=n and eraf,....

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SALES OF SKINS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

S.AiES OF SKIM S, 1TC. At the sales in Brhsbaane last twe k lalrge ataloa'us of .hides were olfernl, an:l, th' nmarket Wase very firi, pltics showlini ail ad'alusie of Irom L; to id per lb. Butchers' llides so.l . at from :idl to 6~t: per lI upwars:l, anld horse hid:ls at flrom s fi to 12s rnch. ''here were nlo sales oi shoelepkinlts or tallow. For till rlass onf inarsupial stkin thr' market stit firm. ()possumts r i' e. Gd, and I11ar, id to ld 'letter than last wlek. Quotat.ions were: Bears, sihlere,r Jlis Gd to Ise large. Is l:d to 1tss: nrrdimn, Ils 6id to 3s:; kittens, 2s Gl to 4s Citl. Croy Iangaroo, extra large, 74s in 7Ss ar lrge, 55s to 7os : medium,. 3:s to 45s; smail. Gs to 2-s per doz?en. Sd linn.arco, larr:e, to 75s; medium. 35s to 50s; small. ts to 22s per dozen. Wlhiptails, 7s Gd to 20s per do0en. Wallaroo, large, to `.s ; medium, I2s Gid to 28 s: small, Cs to Its per dozen. W\allaty. larie, Ist it to 19s : mes dium, Ss to 14s 3Irl; small, is to is per dozen. Opossums,...

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THE INSPECTION OF EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THE INSPECTION OF EX.PORTS. The rigid inspection of a country's exports is imperative to success, anud where there is any weakness the dairy man will suffer," said Mr. G. S. Thom son, ex-Queensland dairy explrt, before a collection of students in Scotland lately. "During my setrvico in Aus tralia,'" he said, "1. fought Iunlinehing ly against the exporter antd manufai turer whose desire was to lnisht the official inspection of expolrts for ob vious reaaons. Had the wish of thi anti-grader in Queenslanud been grati fied the position of the industry on the London market would have been worse thlan it was five years plelviol- ly. Mlr. Thomson also urged" stu dents to perfect ihemselves "iefore going 'abroad. The inldiscriminate granting of certificates never fails, he said, toy Me with disastrous results. The science of cream ripening is by far the niost tupotant sin the dairy in dustry. Witho`t this knowledge the siiy "hand is only ans ordinary iab our.. Tihe true value of butter is it...

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