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For the Farmer. SOIL BACTERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

For the Farmer. SOIL BACTERIA. In the course of an interesting paper on "Soil Bacteria," supplied to j,?he Department of Agriculture, Mr. ien. dR?. lumny, wine .expert, to 'Messrs. Buigoyne and Co., London,. In his age . of progress and enli ht .nment developments are continually eing, made in the knowledge of the hlife history and mode of existence of ll"livibg thinigs aroupd us.. In the last 50.. years or so enormous ad vanes -have bdeen made in, our know ledge of microbe life in all its : rha .-sea. The study of bacteria eas en sailed medical science, to suneessfuhl y w ardoff smallpox, plague, diphtheria, 'ba'd other dread diseases. We are 'tpid lierow, by patient study . of the life hWbits .of the bacteria causing these diseases, their antidote has been discoveied and secured. 'Further discovesies are being made every day which may. lead to the ,equally suc cessful comnJating of otlher diseases. I~ "this has been quite easy of com 'rehension in the animal kingdom, in 't... vege...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Queensland's Jubilee TO BE CELEBRATED THIS YEAR. THE GOVERNMENT'S PROPOSALS. AN EXTENSIVE EXHIBITION TO BE HELD. GREAT ADVERTISING SCHEME. GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS TO BE STRUCK. GOVERNMENT GRANT OF £500. Brisbane, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

Queensland's .ubile, TO BE CELEBRATED TH1B r KY THE GOVERNMENT'S PROPSAL AN EXTENSIVE EXTJII1TION T; BE HELD. GREAT ADVERTISING SORE GOLD AD AND SILVER MEDALS TOPB STRUCK. GOVERNMENT GRANT OF £500b' Brishane, 1 anuary S The Premier and his collea?gcs "t'e turned to Blris.t:ne last evenig Ifro a thrr. .days' imniting of the Ca't el on hoard the Lucinda. The..i P W p[ In. W. Kidston) stated this mafi'a ina that a pood deal of hbuosess .wtipj had 'len delayd had leen hrouoghtt to plate. The Cal'inect, for .jinat discussed the adviscabeiess of, assis thi National Associaition to hold .a c:r:l show thlis year to coioanam?idtt the jubilee of Quecnslandt. It" wi d ch lel that the' Government slhoiuild: vidle i50 ul:i ndale valuoml at 3 5 eaeh, 100 nlleer mtedas, and Il0( I'r, nec me:lsl. for distribution. These. it is holped, will Is striec in Quaens lanl. T'he coinm'.tine of the ansocia. lion will apportionl the tidals in the'; isnner that is thought most suita?ble.' 'ThI' (GOVl'nllllnitt...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THE ROYAL BANK OF QUEENS LAND, -LIMI1TED. Autlirised Capital £1,423,000 Capital Paid up- -... -£492,253 Reserve .iability of Mhareholders ... 103,539 Reserve Fund (ill vested in Govern ment Stocl) ......... 71,500 - £727,201 IRHECTORS.--P. JL. CADEW (Chair S man), TH. UNM3ACK, IHE?IERT HUNTER, WILLIAM DAVIES. Goern'cr Manager, EDWi. Is. ?A 'V. lrled 'Office, rilsbane. BRIANCHES Lolldon -31, Sudge row, Cannon-street, Diackbutt . arrisvlle Boonah, visiting Road- IPSWICH vale Kingaroy Iauredall'rg Lidley Charters Towers . Lowon Croydon KNaango esk (visitinir r ioore- iocklihampton towl?n n Tuesdays) ieRosewood 'Gatton (eisitl-lg Iell- Stant.horpo don and Grantharm) Texca George-at. liribano T'ooweoon5ih G ympie Warwick Agents and Correspondents in all parta of 'Australasia and in thle United ICing domr, .Europe, America, Africa, and the Mast. 670 S D .FARMERS' CO-OPERA " :'IVE CO.. LTD., BUYE ES of Cream dn any quan tity, due beg to report the Prle of tter at `9s per cat for First-Grad...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
COMMERCIAL. "Queensland Times" Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

GOMMERGIAL. "Queensland Times" Ofices Friday 1veanini. -3Messrs. Sirinin 4-_1:1 hens, produce murchant·, report, that t ey have :.mah tm altsiotmnts in their snarket `rscs whinh app ar:d in ye sterday's issicof this p'iper, nsd ývhich are an a.follow : uLsa' Prncxe.. JMaise,-Prfie, 4 3d per bushel *' ChV-Mal- d. prime (Lucerne -bags and , alea n), As 15 sto 44 6s per too ; I erise-prime (bags ad bales in), 2 4 15e to I5 per ton Po Pdtoes-iDO gnottion Onions--N quotation Eggs-=9d per dozen Reasna-2e S per pair 'REoostqrii-5pto 8es84 per palr Danb-Etgi~lehS8spet pair; Musoovy, as 6d to Bh9i psrpair . oeey-.41d to_2d per lb 'e. $swaz-1ato 8d per lb

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
ROSEWOOD AND DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

BO'.0SE WOOD AND ,DITRTICT MAF. K ET PBICLS. rriday Evening. ,.The following are farmer's prieee. ' Xfame, prhe,.4a Id per bushel 84-:Ergp d persdozea i. Cha -sMixae, AS to AL. s"r ton; eaten. f'. Ae3 toA4; lucre.rl ato f4 Roosters, as to as ad per lair; herS2s to 2e 88 eOeese,'4ato"se6d per pair i..ogý lzth,. 2s 1d to as per pail; =Terkejrs-e=os e:f to 6s Ad per pair; `` ; gobbl~ees, 1Oa8d~to13s 4Pn derpf ir.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE RIVERBANK COLLIERY TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THE RIVERBANK COLT??E RY TROUBLE. The manager of the. RiverianL.Coi liery has expresed fis willingness confer with the men on the+nnte) dispute (says Thursday s-'idle News"), but declates he oqnlnot s:e t.y use of holding a confeenee, unl.ss bt ter reasons are brqught,forwarra. ikL men, on the other.hand, say- hat-~ an hdjustment is decjlared i?np' i l , and as they refuse to o coept` t?e .hap ? ager's terms, a strike liEtisAnlf .la The secrmtary states. that the dnited, and while theyrerett settlement han rot beene'. skw e ihi, they are resolved to . stgya tic' original decision of Deemnise 21 lash for the right to.larllot forae?~...c i also to select their own mte

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
THE "QUEENSLAND TIMES" ALMANAC. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

THE "Q"UEENSLAND. TIiIS':: ALMANAC.. With to-day's issue of the? Quoqts land Times" we intend, .in ?coc.rdai? with our annual custom, .to- pileit each subseriber .with a : cop?.ofd'r sheet-almanac for the yer.' W?09.. - contains the phases of .t~i'Dboofl...i ' the times of the rising And set4pg f the sun on each dyi throighap't to t i 12 nionths. In addition, :the list ".1 memorahle events will bIe .foundito :". of at -up-to-date "chariater. ,The, - atanac should therefore prove:.s to l useful, far reference purposes, 'to our numerous subscribers. Orib!s and Foote for. BeedE 'I . f and Foote for Seeds-Farm, Flow, Vegetable. Send for Catalogue!.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
CITY BAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

CITY BAND) ASSOPTATION. A meeting of the above ?ssociation was held on Thursday evening. last. ir. W. Bryni occupied rOhe chair. Thewr wne a good attendance of mnit nwriers 2, ters were read from, Dr. J. A. Cama - ron, Dr. E. E. Brown, arid, the . Ho: J. W. Blair, accepting the positions.of vice-preeidrets, also enclosing dona tions.' The sect etary as instinicted to conve Abthe association's best thanks to the writers. The advisnhiliriy of rnnningi all band excursions tinder the auspices of the association wae dise cassed, and it wasn tinanioitnsly .deid ed that in future all excursions beor ganisrd by the association. Ther mat tar of-advertising was left in tie sec retary's hands to report further. The notice of motion sby the secretary to reseind the motion rblatinr to ti1n paIy men t of a salary .to ties seen?rary was duly moved, . anR carried. The Chairman and se~-' oral membners comniended.the action,of tihee s?rrthriy in offerin? his seivlc~i gratis. The aecretary stated: tha...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

At the bal yearly meting df Ipswich branch oftihe ahove' 5051 in St. Patrick's H;11, on'-. +Veds night thefbýiMaibgwe al r,? e? ?lo flee for the next teri '=1 get8t613& James Costa'lo V.P., "Bra " ! Walsh; treasurer, Bro.>BEr P: 'G bell secrearj,' fo i J;',a warden, Bro. W - J. Hayes. ?l&,f? Bro. T. P. Molloysk at Visitorrs~ B P. 1''?Nmaia; i.l Rbgers,. anti.?J Doyle.; auditatos,rs Bros.i . T P and J P. P ? ,Na.mara';" ,ntes"ros. Dan. Shine, Thlo. Iawlor ;asiE iFS Eghe.n 'The tdila1nd- ie e'r . garter 'was r?ad and ai ,ttdl.:,te pay (10s) was passed.' tegpld'? ? dal j;resetedaby .the 'e*. I ~i for the chief proposer of ,nhml? s d4f ing the sear 1906 was awardwj&to 4 Ptesidet, o Jo Costall. ments were made for .engren 'the initials of the winner on dhie ""ed$, and for a formal presentauo .at din early date., The efforts foi?rthe resulted in a record for f?t? sde&ijy being an increase in snembenlusti of b and an increase in the sick', .-juidid £?17 e...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

EAB BRONCHITIS The Famous Remedy for Coughs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma & ConsumDtiQn. Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Difficulty of I reathing, Hoarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief ; and to threse who are s bject to Colds on tile Chest it is invaluable, as)it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough nor Asthma to become chronic, nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is ubt known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearaunce, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as, taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. Small Size, 2/6; Large Size, 4/6. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, and by the Proprietor, W. G. HEARNE, Chemist, G...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

ST. PAUTI'S -SUNDAV-SCROOll,. Anongst fitc, 'ishln'rs fromi tio al ov-,ihooj wh3o wW1)r eu9d a pass ie the juniorivisionu at iie rreet An glieflx Suntday - sehnol examinnticns was C. St;nthan.. In our hmet issue the enine was unzlveitetly' given as S. 'lantiarn.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
IPSWICH BUTTER AND CREAM PRICES. "Queensland Times" Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

IPSWICH Efl'rER AID CRUEAMt PRICES. Queeasliem Times" Offiae, Fridny Emiiing.. fory fl0IZBl report the following dor butter and cream: m.-Plmit grade, 1OfQ' per lb. -7{d per l of commercial. but., rndUcdj' and '8d " per lb If tlio is f delivered at the lactories.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
BOONAH AND FASSIFERN DISTRICT MARKET PRICES. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

)AWA Arl DPA SSIERN DISTRICT 4BRET BCPRICE Friday Evening. Iweiaeoppersof the above distriot report 'itol fng"prcea:-BEggs iarejplentifuL e benarketilaeobillapaed, dropping 3d -en )'rridayss ass. Poultry of -ieare dan good demand, but met. of apr oferiog are small' and in poor con. 6d,}p~err doze prey, dpsrlb ". ,'2s to 2a 9d er 9el Ua ~ta-to 2a per pai +Lper~pait h tnokb, 2e 4d to de per pir " iyduct, 3a to 3e 3der pair arkey.gnbblee, A to Bidd per pair keyeheqae,"9 per pair . 5ý'PgePr'ýpei'.Iwr. - .

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
GATTON PRODUCE REPORT. (From a Correspondent.) Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

GATTON 'RODUCE REPORT. (lProm £ Correspondent.) Friday Evenicg. the supply of p.ndree marketed to-day was light 'armers' prices are as coder:- Mbaise-prime, 4s to 4s Id per bushel Butter-Factory, 11 d per lb Eggs--Old per dozen Potatoea--Englisb, £1 to £6 per ton; sweet, none Chs-l-Mized; £? to £4 10s per ton; oaten, £4 ;On to £5; lucerne, £5 to £5 10s EHsy-Luosrne, £3 1Na to £3 15s per ton ; oaten, £4 Pumpkins-£- p-r ton Turnips, £2 per ton Onio.ss, none Cream--Bid per lb (commeroial butter).

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
LAIDLEY PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

LATDLEY PRODUCE REFORT. (From Our Own Corre ponedent.) I Idlay Evening. Sopplh , of prlure wer-again ple.tifl lo-day, primpllulply Irh,'rne, hall ar.l Inaice A couple of linies f prime nmixd chaff' was forward, iel it iaiiSel hoom £1 Ios t. £4 lis. As low an £4 5s was paid f'r a line of ' blul,"' whi e a loa, of Brownie 'su was te patchei on coln ilgnment. Potatoes, homcver, were easier, Snld wele worth fiotn £ to £7. A eaild truck of milleo (anlnot Sc:5ewt) realiocd at the ra' o' Cj26 17s 7a per ton, and was plrohlaoed by Mres r,. Dart Bros. on behalf of the Blind, Deaf, and Dlub Instittifioe. The following were the closing rats : - Maize, prime, is il to 4n 24 per bushel Butter-Factory, 10Id per Ib. Eggs-8d per dozen Potatoe--Engliah, prime, £5 to £7 per ton Chaff-Mixed, £41Os to £4 1t5s per ton; oaten. £5; lucern, £5 re to .5 15s &HaI-L a orne. £ 17a Gd to £4 per ton Miltt, £.6t 17 a6d per ton Pnarpkins-Table, nominal; cattla, none Onions, nominal Cream-84d per lb (commer...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
GRANTHAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

GRAN PRAM PRODUCE REPORT. (From Our Own Correrpondent.) Friday Ewzning. Smaller quantit' c of produce camp in to day. includoug same primemixed chaff. A ol. lowing are the latest quotatins : Maize-Prime, 4s per bushel Butter-Factory, lid per lb Fggs--ld per dozen Potatoes-English, £4 10s to fiS per .ton; sweet, mone Chafft-Mixed. £4 to £4 15s pe' ton; oaten, £4 to £5 5s ; lucerne, £4 to £5 10s ey-eLuoerne. £8 to £4 per ton Osioens, £? per ton Cream-62d per lb (cominercial butter)

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

PERSONAL. The city me sn.tir (Si'r. W11. K. B:,tleylaI hi:t the miteor iote r,',cntly to spraii one of his ankles. This has nee.ssitii tid his remainsiing at home 'for a few days, but hIs holpe:s o he able to re sume his duties'on Monday irsxt. It will be rememberod that, necontly, .Mr. T. R'. ti'rker, of this office, rescu ed sa lad fromi drowning in the One Mile Creek. We smderstaond that Mr. 11. Mlackie, of Harrisville, the faother of the lad who was sa'ved from drowning, has re cognised the efforts of .Mr. Barker by making him a suitable present'. At the conclusion o? business in the hardwarn department at Messrs. Crihb Snd Foote's establishment, last even in;g a presentation was made to Mr. R. C. Fagg, who is severing his con nection with the firm, after eight years' service with them. rThe piresen taoion consisted of a handsome kit bag, a pair of military brushes, a leather case, and an ivory rule, with caliper. The gifts ntare Hianded over dn behalf of the donors by lMr. W. H...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

I 'CAL GOVERNATMENT 1IL.CTI ONS. '(fllOO#1 t e:he abl of ' an vertiser aoflest.f oOa* egef*here C. T - '- of th e 1r aceB& 1 S hi re couon n l, a0 Diea untýea t 'ieit tende o seeý ý }re-e L. -. a co oiicdf toe who teas of j1yaiVaOl a keen ooternt In the wet tqoie' ot..tboatro and oil) no doubt. it r-leced, coetiinue todo ao'w. $o (or. rp -T$ýoea to 4ee very little talk in vion ·r":. ah1 Cote cil teletion So usep~tisetretehtt is befo ' vin ced'do be.e4herthr COOmiig Bondooeh Coon rr. y,,:: _...wn.'3"`,of s ftlikey op 'Newy~aa4's.deo lit .' peoOt o? Cr Tohai d Watson for ho. ' &~fiilun" Cr. J.BO~hwoeck wills ,et a ro i letr. ·a hot {oo;be: asked to allow ;thilmae o he 1,n to , oDn8 B ott a cadiodate for NoQ a divi t p r ,7q. 1411` prlgi e S tP y "r. . r: aiietu , . hr''Poeeq k Fo. 1 °'" _-AdadOW 8peclal`..Idno.eof Vaeet. iAt1'h Pl4 LOibb .dc .........

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"DUCKING" A CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

)DUClKI G" A' ICINAIIAN. At .the yuth Brelene Police Court, n' ; uraiay, 'two young men, were coamtteid ;.for trinal on a. charge of as sadlt i nocaadoninig hodily hara. T'he t;legd z saafssAat cani stud of siuein4 8 CIwne n .er a horac trough on isthn.m eight.t The Chinaman alleg id thati b5hs returinor from towa to is iie~n at 4st mohd, he travrelled ib the .same train es the accused, who hlighted .at4 .te snme time, and each fafdhi n ote 4f his arms they convey fn IU0, or 400 Nards to aw ater t on i No lcntague-road, and '"duck 'loim twice. TlX then dropped dtl 3owni on the oaeln y and i 4~~~Ped. ~ M1 Vadiltors to ouir City. durng Christ eosnsmd,.'New !euis. sholdo.nbt fail to oabr S.opental Pootweir Window, which b lt5 all .the Latest aond best uo ,l alshf, made expressly. for us Nrdui)dedim l l11 t-he xcellenot styles, bomeaimd shapely-. auch se we demand, looche9 cut of 1ab t top Calf. with short Ka(epart tips. whIted, tureed and stteni-' :d'soles, .aod cuboad and ordinary bhe...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 8. RETURN OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 9 January 1909

INTER-STATE NEWS. • --:o: (By Telega~s ih from Our Cmorrsponldoens.) New South Wales. Sydney, January 8. RETURN OF THE PREMIER. The Premier, Mr. Wade, returned to Sydney to-day. He proceeded at once to his off?ee, anld had a close con sultatio2i with Mir. Ashton, who had been in charge during his absence. DEATH OF A BALMAIN DOCTOR. Dr. P. J. Kelly, one of Balmahn's most popular medical men, died sud denly this morning from heart fail ure. He, was 43 years of age. BURGLAR$T PADDINGTON. A burglar was discovered early this morning in the yard at a private residence at Paddington. lhli occupant of the house fired foui shots, but without effect, the trespasser getting away. RETURN OF MR. DILL MACKEY. Thlae Rev. Dr. Dill Mackey and Mrs. Mackey returned to Sydney this after knoon after a trip to the old . country, lasting for nine months. On landing they woere welcomed by a large number of friends. CIVIL SERVICE RIETIREMEN'I'. It is reported that the Uender-Secre tary for Lands (Mr. Macdon...

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