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CROP EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
CROP EXPERIMENTS. In the report of the Director of Sugar Experiment Stations recently issued, reference is made to experi ments conducted outside the sugar ex perimental work. The report on these subjects is as follow: Sorghums.--Distributions of useful varieties of sorghum have been made during the year, and new areas plan ted so that this work may be con tinued. The lighter croppers, such as Mixed American, Planters' Friend, and Early Orange, still continue to give more satisfactory results than the larger and coardbr Sorghum Sac eharatum and Giant Honduras, which are not only much slower in growth but do neot ratoon so quickly, t, vc crops of the smaller sind l-rig I'1 duced in the same time as twit of the larger., Stock also very. much 1 re for the lighter to the coarser sticks. Fruit.--The surviving papaw tree from the seed brought bythe Director from 1Iawaii has grown well, and rt mained free from the diseast which attacked most of the papaw trees in the district last year. Fr...
Good News for Queenslanders. The Case of Mr. C. Paul. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
(iooa News for Queenslanders. TheI Case of Mr. C. PAUL (By a Brisbane Reporter.) There is nothing for which humanity has striven with more persistency than the overthrow of physical infirmities, and if any of our subscribers do not believe that success has been achieved ws beg to draw their attention to the remarks of Mr. Carl Paul, of Buckland road, Nundah, near Brisbane. The in terview took place at Mr. Paul's busi ness premises in Edward-street, city, where tailoring operations are daily conducted. "Occupied these premises long 7" re marked the inquisitive pressman. "Oh, yes ! a good while. Altogether I rove been in Brisbane in tailoring busi' ness for twenty-two years, which means a lot of close confinement, you know, and it does not agree with many men. I know that eight years back I was very bad with my liver and kid. neys, and had been, indeed, ailing for some time before that. I found myself getting more and more restless at night. I could not get to sleep any how until it w...
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Railway Time-Table. Trains will run in accordance with the following time-table: BRISBANE-IPSWICH LINE. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ipswich. Brisbane. Brisbane. Ipswich. a.m. I a.m. a.m. a m. 7.0 8.14 6.85 7.45 7.50 8.58 7.15 8.25 9.25 10.39 $l7.50 8.88 p.m. 10.5 11.25 11.14 12.23 p.m. p.m. p.m. 12 80 1.45 *12.55 2.9 2.80 8.45 11.10 2.25 2.55 3.53 #2.20 .834 4.40 6.49 t2.50 4.5 *5.20 6.25 4.15 5.29 .6.0 7.5 5.5 6.12 6.15 780 8.20 7.40 8.0 9.15 $f8.15 9.5 10.80 . 11.45 8.23 9.35 a.m. 9.6 10.5 11.10 12.25 10.0 11.14 *Except Saturday. tSaturday only. fl$Sydney Mail Train. SUNDAYS ONLY. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ipewich Brisbane. Brisbane. Ipswich. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. 7.35 8.55 6.50 8.0 9.20 10.40 -77.50 8.85 9;10 10.80 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 12.55 2.15 2.45 4.6 7.45 9.5 $65.85 7.0 if8.25 9.15 ' 6.5 7.28 9.12 10.20 9.15 10.88 ttSydney.Mail Train.' :tToowoomba goods train with passenges carriages attached. - Fares.r-Ipwich to Brisbane-Return First-olases, 6s "secondolass, 4e. Single First-cle...
WRINKLE FOR TOMATO-GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
WIlINKLE, FOR TOMAT&lt;O-tIlOWE1'1S. tint t ant liulp u?~u worth resuember ilug, Ileit is on, mtlic the n otatuo fanciers inMighit keep inl miuid. It clmes from Mount Druiltl way, snid carries Cule naoimmnaidflioin of a iln ,wuh knowus his buhiness. Alake your tosuatoes indl t\iies b5y peggu'ing 1th1 stemns donI t e\r-ty _ft or i3t. \Whllen shoi,. rotn lonlg erllolu?il. y 'it douwn, lld either astLoIutd it Io'i or s.ool, out. a hole, tno as to 1 u1 u short s?ac(i i of the selin e)r os nutan witfh isaiti. hnot'ing follows, sld its ' o?nlgq?"inol, the plaln has, .a iu clrnasd inuim, r of chncllles oi getrtitlg a litulihood.' At lirst sight the tidling looks, iimissirle. Bult it 'is not. The moal in iisdil has ifollowed lhis plan for y'nars, iaid lIshs asurpiisd his nuigdbouri by gatlhering Iiparticularly guon'oi fruit iat tin, sii?Wen muost other folk swee 1x.11h ?e' t,4y tanitnlh "by i ih ' idrou, ilt. iTrellis gro \n tomaltors lnd bItar ie sh.-.ltelrsl jslt now, utile the dt...
THE TUBERCULIN TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE. TUBERCULIN TEST. At the recnut great Tuberculin Con gress in Washington, Dr. A. D. Mel~.i, hief of the Buremanu of Animal Industry, said :--' Reports of tuberculin toots made in the 15 years from 1-898 to 1908 )b Federal, State, aud other officers, with tuberculin prepared by the Bureau of Aoli mal Iudqstry, have been carefully ana lysed. Out of 400,000 csttle tested (mostly dairy cattle) there w'ere 37,000 reactions, or 9.S'5 per olnt. TDhe ac curacy of thb tuberculin test has be?en confirmod in a semarkable way by poste mortem examinations. Out of 2t,819 reacting cattle slaughtered, lestons of tuberculosis ?woer found in 23;585, a per mant?ge of 98.91. Properly prepared tuberculin applied by au competent per-. son is th~erefore shown to be a wondgr fully reliabsle atgst for diagnosing tuber-i culosis. In mases where the test appea'rs's to give unsatisfactory results ?bis is usu ally due to hie use of a poor quality of tuberculin or to ignorance or care lessness in aiPlyiog it...
FILTH IN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
FILTH IN MILK. W'e are all familiar (says the Sydney '.Daily Telegupp".) with the repulsive 'residLe .left In the bowl of the sepalravtor after the soilk lnes Ipssed ihroue., ad it is Ihe commout impression thul all the ol)jectionalle matter is removed from the milk and cream in I ke proess. Elxperi anemns have proved otheruise. For in stance, in one. est a known quan:'.iy of frza? manure was. mixed with ; kl ?aw volume of clean-milk. T'he rca. was surprising,. It was sound that .ly one eightlh of the Original siuant'ty which seas added to the milk coull be recov cared, ?ae .balenme unrccovrro:l i.eig wat er, salts, and other s?utler exoracted frome the food-no serious importance from 4 health point of vidw, no matter how repugnant to -tlhe senses. The sedi meant in the milk supply of one English city 'has bean checked for yeaonrs as the cans come i·n frout the farms, and it was found to contaoin from 10 to .80 grains per gt?lon, and aggreggated as muceh as a ton~ a day ! As the res...
THE NEW ZEALAND CABINET. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
THE NEW ZEAIJAND CABINET. London, January 8. The Iuldon " Times," comlu?t-.ing on the difficulty of the iew Zealand Pre .mier (Sir Joseph Ward) int Cohinet-mnk ing, says that hIs inajority is onple for all pracetical purposes, end if it can be maintained the Liberal prospects rmnain ?hright. iReconciliation of the more moderates, in putlance of fur. Ward's advice, savours partly of repose after the somewmlt feverish legislantivo activity of the last few years, eisd may result in a working rlmajori/y being main tadned till the year 1917.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
CUTLERY Ground and Set-C. A. Bunzll, S/o ZIllr's, 246 Quoen Street, Brlsbane. 162 PATTERNS Sheffield Pen and Pocket Knives Retail at Zoeltes's, 2B Queen Streel, Brisbane. DO YOU ENJOIY WHAT YOU EATY If you don't your food does not do you much good. 'here is no way to maintain thei health an, snhrongh 'o mind and body except tby nourishment. There is mlo way to nourish 'lhe body ex cept through the stomach. tflhe stomach must 1)o kept healthy, pure, anid sweet. or the strentllh' will go downn, and disease will result. Dr. Shlleldo'?n Dignetdye Tab ules is thLe rano.y that excryoars should take when there is anlything wrong with the stomach. Poor appetite, loss of stronglth. nor vousness, ??Inddinche, oad breath, heast burn, indigestion and dyspep?sia are qlickly cured by the use of Dr. Sbaldesta li)?soiv'n Tabules. These Tobules repr sent the natural juices of digestion corm binetl witlh the greatest known tonicand reconstruct(ve propertic. They simply do the worli of the stomuctd , ...
A Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
A *ieding. A quiest fet pretty waddin was aelesjrated' a"'St. 1 y's Celurch on Wednesda 'y 1 i"w.,1 , :B .the ontFracting artie l relsiCth ins B. Doolan, s'secapd daughter of Mr. and s. . olan, ;' refiel&," 'Pe1F dos~lig aAd.l;.,. -AMired v. .Wo 0lo,. oaly ?so.of .Mrrias- d ?ires. SWoo,]lok,. Tooo?mba.,...The bride, 'o :enttred the ohuelch on the :i.rm of her broteher,. Mr. J.- J. 'Doolan; looaked chiarming ian protfy? white sitl: jm p:jigown; with' tudkid'yokleeof'pplic silk lace, ornamentld e withi orange blossoms, a hand-made wreath .nd ,veil oepsleking.,the costume. ?a ae wa attended e" 'i, -- iradsmaide--tjss Nellie Doolan and MaMaiWoilloek, sis t.rs of the-briddi and bride tesem re spectively." They teres dititiedin w lte siljk frocks, tiimmed with: Maltese Jaeo and white Hook of Hollandhlats. 'The bridgrgoop wess attrndsd by ir. .Tqi J. Doilan, of Bulndaerg, as bat man, whi)le Mr. S., ". Doolua acted as. groomsman. s Mrs. Doolan, mother of the bride, was Attired in a ...
Queensland News. Maryborough, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Qinerisamitd News. fbmy '·egrpplh. frbm' Our Correspondent.) M: - aryboroug;. January' S. Messrs,. Walkers Limited deliverel thefirb4' :e eof .tlir .6w raileway conta.ct,; today. Msother engine will be 'allIvedecl on IFrday next, and :a tn?9 s0o deal subseqiestly . Arrangemenots for the f:y,, . eaieption to ti .Hon. A. ilshi` da S"rie Minister, in the Town hIll, on ..-:Wedieeday, have been completed. A laTse attendance of representative citweh is expected. The Chiei..nspecto; of Police advis e..t??v a nani s .anted Stantoni has &lt;en urrstetd in connection stith the ? e~ept~ - -bberies at Nemw Farm, aWd th at'- ,+aian ne. ad .Janiesv. has ?een Sarrted ? r eiegaig stolen goods. Tie Qucnalsaid : Labour- party are making p .ep?rafono to ilcQnine .he 1oderal Prim ionister ;(th; Bon. A. 'l ei} p lis arisval fromn Sydney to Iow. ht. ..As.,msny of ti-L 1rtv asoteir liwFie~h.. ty s.ill ;nmeet eem at 't .he e.iti -n, nld n- Mbny-: afterioon they_ will, tender hin & baqtuet a...
Water-Side Workers AT ROCKHAMPTON. INCREASED RATES OF PAY. A RISE IN FREIGHTS ON COAL AND COKE. Rockhampton, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
Wat.}SgLe Workers -, . RO. ý .ON.. INCREASEDI: DAT7'`ES OF 1PAY. A , i,- IN FREIGBTS ON_ COAL (Br' Telegrapi from Our Correspondent:) cek:.ma :on J-anuiary 8. As., reestl-.. a- -onfeeoce . Btween' wa-ter-si wrle:rs and managers o! ie' local si.pp.nn ., npo.ej.- the r4??'es of g~yijor sivhsf labo? Burs have ' iemiderably ihbolisedl Tlhe rates. f• r " dlg gpiý, I bargo have been i- a o-.e: n. i ho4u, all round; on sipecicargo the rates have been i ?reass.4 .dn hour:for -ordinary tie~ ang6 for iovr ihme: The rates for 'handling. oel ad::l ,pae on Sundays liias teen.fixed at 5s as hour. The'nw secale ia tsremain infiorm for tWo years I$ it aiaJerstoaio liat, as a result. tf the increa, . rates of pay that ,tag.e laelgraotted, .there will be a- rise in-- frei??ts' more espeidHly as tgards `.edal: die, ýad flour
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
If a man is as old as he feels, then these fel lows must be about ten years old. They don't intend to grow old. They know that Ayer's Sar. saparilla gives new life, strength, vigor. Makes them feellike boysagain. Improves the appetite, aids digestion, keeps the nerves strong and steady, and the brain clear and active. AYER'S Sarsaparilla is a great preventive of Bright's disease and other kidney affections. It purifies the blood, restores good appe tite, .sound digestion, and robust health. As now made, Ayer's arsna parila contains no ablcoll. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "Ayer's." repared by Dr.. C. Ayer & Co., Low.ell, m l, ..; .S.A. . IA ,S VILE,". tho best hmn7y Inzti?e. STATUTORY DECLARATION. I. CARL PAUL, of Bucklond Road, Nundah, near Drisbneo. In the State of Queeonsland, dn solelnnly nod sincerely declare - tolos ne:-t-llat I have earefull" read the an. crxed dorunlent, ronsisting of threeo loios, and eonserutively numbered from one to thr...
(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. A VIVID ROMANCE OF THE ENGLISH COAL-MINES. CHAPTER XXXII. THE TRAGEDY OF CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. A VIV1D ROMANCE OF THE ENG LISS COA?-MINES. By J. MONE FOSTER, Author of "Saverne's Double." Etc., Etc., CHAPTER XXXII. THE TRAGEIVi OF CHANCE. It was l-etween 11 and 12 ?o'lock oil New Year's Eve, and the .rin was coming down more heavily now, while the wind was blowing with more guo-tful straiplth. Inside the co tt-., where. the mine-master lhad Iit lhe momn than on hour be fore, MiA. Ieswick . aas now sitting in a rocking-chair drawn up close a -the conmforting fire, pluuioad in close anud .sombre thought. On licer. lap lay that photograph of the Mayor of lilnesborough which she hod purchased with such high hope, eand. for, many .weary minutes she ? bhd lBei c endeavouring to .ffer entiaee the salient features of that .dark,l handsome fae from those of the man?who had spoiled her life. T hat attempt had not been alto g.-ther a. success. The outward sem bonbL e of the two m?en noas so strik ing that it was difficult to" t'elieve in ,.tw sepiarate pe...
BREEDER'S TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
BREEDER'S TABLE. Time of Mares Cows. Ewes. ows. I Bitches. Servioe. .130 Days. 283 Days. 150 Days. 112 Days. i63 ays. January 1 Dec mber 6 October 10 May 30 April 22 March 4 ,, 8 , 13 ,, 17 Juue 6 . ,,9 11 b16 ,, 20 ,, 24 ., 13 May 6 18 ,, ,, 7 ,, 31 , 20 ,, 13 ,, 25 . 29 January 3 Novem. 7 ,, 27 , 20 April 1 February 5 ,, 10 ,, 14 July 4 278 ,, 12 ,, 17 ,, 21 ,, II June 3 15 ,, 19 ,, 24 ,, 28 ,, 18 ,, 10 , 22 , 26 ,, 31 Decem. 5 ,, 25 ,, 17 29 March 6 -February 7 ,, 12 August 1 24 May 6 12 ,, 14 ,, 19 , Ju'y 13 ,, 19 ,, 21 ,, 26 ,, 1 ,, 8 20 26 ,. 28 January 2 2, 12 . 27 April 2 March 7i ,, 9 29 ,, 202 June 3 9, 14 ,, 16 Septm'. ~ 29 , 10 , 18 ,, 23 ,, 326 Aeut ., ,, " 7 23 28 ,, 30 ., 19 12 24 ,, 30 April 4 February 6 , 26 ,, 19 July 1 May 7 ,, n1 ,, 13 October 3 ., 26 8 ,0 14 ,, 18 ,, 20 ,, 10 Septem. 2 ,. 15 ,, 21 ,, 25 , 27 17 ,, 9 22 ,, 28 May 2 March 6 ,, 24 16 ,, June 4 ,, 13 31 , 23 August 5 ,, 11 ,, 16 ,, 20 Norve. 7 .. 30 12 ,, 18 , 23 ,. 27 ,, 14 October 7 ,, 19 ,, , :30...
The Licensing Act. OFFICER TO MAKE INQUIRIES THE SOUTH. ALSO TO VISIT NEW ZEALAND. MR. R. A. BANKING SELECTED. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909
* The Licensinl Act.' OFFICER TO MAKE INQ i THE SOUTH. ALSO TO VISIT NEW ZEALAND. MR. R. A. RANKING iSE?JiCT?)?D .3risbie, J.suary a;-. When the Legislativwe Asemnily zitting it was announced- that the •einment 'intend?dd tO huthorise an` cer to visit the Soatliem, States New Zealand.with'f i object of ini ing into the conditiops of the eice'e laws in those States .aind aosi on. The'Premier (Hon W this moirning stated 'at iat a: meeting in th Bay, which fee yesterday, it was decided to senm R. A. Ranking, senior Poluie. tratet in Brisbane, to Sytlaey,l bourne, and New Zealand, or the pose of. inquiring 'in(o the v.ri phalses of the liquor trllc , hoped that a bill .anmadlng the ' n sing Act 'would be brought i.mn .i?? session, ard that the liquor trade gla: crally would be put: updn ' more satisfactory footing. . Mr. probably will leave Brisbani in a days' time. Mr. Rankii was to take his seat on the Bench al' City Police Court, this morbningg, he received a message for his "presen ...