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ST. PAUL'S SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
ST. PAUL'S SWIM311NG CLUlB. T1w al:ove club held their first swim for hll new yearu Inst Satriday nigllht, vl'le (10 yards handicap, for a tiro phy, priseinti|d ly Mr. .J. W. Urookas was ibleedli. . 11The iial resulted as fill aws :-A. ]'hilp, 10s-tc, 1; E. 3lair Iseis, i2 A. Field, 0sm., 3. The onli cials for lthe evening, were-Starter, M1r, W0. faler check-starter, 3vi. A. clialler, r'fetce, M1r. ft. Mior : j'liges 3Issrsi. If. lnilllit 1. Nield. nnd G. iils.,
TELEPHONE DELAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
TELEPHONE DEDAYS. The Sydney te~lePhone people appar to suf?er from the same comploint as at least several of the night staff in the Brisbhape esxcholie. Itn reporting the fire wich, acn Thtlrsday mornngn. kiestroyeia large furnliture factory in Sydney, doing damage e?lnato d at £2.0,000, t"he 'Syd roy Daily Talegreilh' says :-"SIr. fadeH fey was on the third Alonr dahen tne' news reached inm, and he at once pu?a t 'e telelhone ?l use to giv.e the alano to the One bralyadi. tut for annn remDiA hiot yet explained--but one in which teip. phon sulnscri~ers generally sill have inuch lnatrtst, in inew of reant com Iluintsa-it was Ilot posslte to get the etropolito?n Fire Itrigade for l~onin. or 0mome. Ini the minaisntle, aoetn paaseas by, in Quay-stcet., iad seen tie flamnse bursting from tlhe wiondoa's on tlat sahdo of the building, and Ihuruned to the street alarnn, by malons ne iehoal. com municaition 0as onpen ? ith lthe Gorgo? street Wost station.. From there the rp. port was sent a...
Mount Elliott Line WORK TO BE STARTED FORTHWITH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Mount Elliott Line ith illTl in:lll M x :11I' 1 'llIllI I'li*' IIWITITI. +hi ,' I I' llll]n tiill,,i r 11 i ] t 1,w'y (M r. .1 . ]". Tll lh ), 4nl ()ri rt hllyll (In L n;'l . r'li I>i' 1 &lt; llll ittAlou l 11'l i.F rsdilu LW~tI:1. is awil iJti i fily i mor g in, I b.1 Ithrk t:ill Je r itIti tcllll- d t?i1]tu - i??l Ill;ll.rlk-. but i"1, ;1h, ·.·,P dl lllll r ,1i.+, .,hour \or intrit.,l.+. c i , ha I\otl~ieilJl; ';1n -d?llde JiJ'll.
WONDERFUL WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
WONDERFUL WHEAT. For some time past accounts hlave been in circulation of tlie wonderful producctivi·ty of a variety of wheat known as Alaska. In a memorandum to the Secretary of Agriculture the regetalle pathologist says that reports have been cunrrent that this wheat hIs yielded 277 bushels per acre, and is being sold for seed at 20 dol, per bushel (says the dllbounnm "Ago e'") As these statements have geached hie farmers, Mr. 'Alpilne thinks thalt at tention should le diraoted to the state ments contained in a letter reoeived by hims from Professor Hcderslod, of the Idaho A?gricultural College Experimen tel Rtftion. 'Professor Henderson says that the many stories concering this wheat should not le taken dri ously. Its performance lest season was ]iy no means remark'able, amid its results, when tested for its millicg ualitfies, do not recommend it. Ac cccanaying the letter is a pacmplcetis sueod Iby the idaho College, whichl statts that the high results claimed for tlis wheat -277...
SPORTING. Brisbane Jockey Club. (From the "Sun.") [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
SFORTING. Brisbane Jockey Club. (Prom heo "Siw.") The above ilub hold its sil,,vimvt nlg at Albion Park, on -ati-dai , in cool weathller. Thle atLndance was good, and £1012 5s nstt through the totulissalor-machinis, tis St, Legr mlla c:line ceeountllng for £1~G. Te, rc sults of the races nro fav:oursable to lackers, andl nothiong occurred to mar tho harmniony of lsio roe?edings. 1)C tails : Trial Hmrlicap, of f20 sus ir: aboau live furlongs.-E.. L. maJlm .'o h?).g. 'al1nrister, 4 yveal's, 8. (Mlullos), I ; J. IBoothl's hir.m. Baroona, I years.. 5.5 (Hayes), 2: 31. iPrackert's ih.c. M.P;, 4 years, 8.7 (A. Bouwuenm ), 3. Also ranl: Ili. CupI, n?o T?tpy. Ivi loinds: Paddock, 1s ; St. leger, is 3d. T?ie, 1.7. l"lyiiig ]unlicati of 30 sovs : about Ci furlougs.--T. G. I'Cullumn's h.li. Itob Roy, aced, ..5 (P. Byrnle), : A. Mi[')onald's b.c. KIemnilsortk, 3 years S.10 (]Iayse) 2 ; A .I Noud's mr.g li.?a, aged, 7.12 (3lulliss), 3. ])ivudends : Paddock. Os Gd St .legr, 4s 9S. Time, 1.26. Gra...
MOOREFIELD RACES. Sydney, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
1tIOOIrEFJELD RACES. Sydney, Jansary 0. The Moorefield raes were held to ihy in fine weathier before a good at tendance. The following is the Irsulo of the raeinl : Kogarolah Stakes; oe mile.--Glen inella, S.4 (Smith), I ; Britain, 6"10 (Davies), 2 ; ascano, 7.10 (Iopwoodu), 3. Tel others started. Time, 1.44. Tivo-Year-Oled Ilondieap; four fur loegs.-The Tisister, i.ll (Lsmoadp) 1; lIavigny, 7.10 (Lightfooti, 2; -troe Ioie, 1".5 (I hlacln), 7. Lihoe were; lior olier stareris. Time, 52ser. Stevards' till.-s-igh Lndy, S.12 (Hood), I: Bela, 7.7 (Lirhtfoot), 2; larleo, 7.0 (Scowem. . There weLro four olier' starters. Time, 1.43i. Flyiag lanliairp, 70 soes; six fur dionags--Blorodino, 0.0 (l-ood), 1 : Re flet, 7.10 (Thomas), 2: Confetti, 7.10 (Lamond), 3.: Rose of ],alncaster also started. Time, 1.17. Mloorefield ITlandiap, 100 sor's:, one mile and a quarter.--l, ela, 7.0 (Lilght foot), 1: Sweet Home, 6.1O (Dole), 2 ; etillist, 7.0 (Pike) 3. There were tlhr olther starters. Tilme, 2.12. ...
MENTONE RACES. Melbourne, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
31tENTOINE RACES. Mollourne, Jaluary 1I. The abov'e clu, .notwittiltaIiung tli? hot wAeather, hao. a good ilttinrnloce at its nectiig ye~tc;rlay. D)etails : F;l"in' undicap : five furlongs. Narlllhan; S.13 (Lewis), 1; Captain Shannion, 8.1( (Taylor). 2 : Lady Drn.e, 7.7. (Bolltoni), :. Thirtý'n stur tld. Limr:, 1.:1. J)uI>p.-S' IlPhit R?ce : un1 aunl un-. iar tl.r miles.--Mola, 9.8 (N. olldhy), I 1 Northport. .t (Fit lir). 6: Nirth- cot.-, 9.0 (urn), :. lighlt started. Ti'iiii, 2.12 31,iitoine ;ITnlis'u : one nlh.--,li- i,'ite, S.I (Ka.l(.sn), I : F]ir-tinlk, '.7 i)avi1,h 2: Anjayni. 7.11 (J. Mlinter). :. F-ift,,ee sal.Art- . Tinw, 1.11. St-4i',l,'chu·s, :- 2 mile, 1, ehOnims. Stit lyV, 1.11 ((Cox), I : Co nfusio?. HI0.. (A. Willimnson); 2 1ady .lus ie,,, 10.2 (P1. ospgrove). 3e . Fi'v ntirhed. Plat, : six .frlln's.-Wae Ilill,.7. : fl,'r.?i )n) I : Ildly ]I 'ruc,. s'.5 (Holton 2: Two St.ep. nllnvi l i 51h s.t ((r.d:n). 3. Ninii ? sirtel. Timi. 1.1I6. P'ire: six fiilise.-ilwiivilt...
INTER-STATE NEWS. New South Wales. Sydney, January 10. A SCROONER IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
INTER-STATE NEWS (ly T']oc~rapJ from Our CornamppYfldbLrt New South Wales. Rydney. .Ttomqry O.) A RCHOONER IN .fT Itf/' "" Tdl schroollner Eugenit, Irom the ''lo mo .jslaoqde, o,\wn e Ibiy?nr .: .o B I .of ,. .-idlai:r..ed ' erday 4 - .., flying signols SEa ddstreos. GCaptdl9 3 - maq Uid she matIe Anderso , wei 'tIOe, |only. Europeas on board the atsheshO-a ilng diqd nd (n n Is-? lrird at soe., irr•?," in a cre.o 10) natives on bood. oniW n"5?ii of ihene ore uonwell 'PMa vooebie is isolotod, pending the arrisol of the Gociiernment Maetcad Ofincer.
A QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
A QUEEESLAND UNIVERSITY. The asnouncement that the Go vdrmm~nt Save decided to conn?imor ats> the .ubilee year of tihe State' by thile inauguration ofa Quenflanid. Uni versity hould gisve gesneril satislac tion to tile comuminty. A Uiverscity would font Ithe coplig-sxtois 4 the Queensland educational system. Somae times exception has been taken l(lto a larCe exlpePditure on a University on the ground that such an institution would In for the sons and daughters of well-to-do people rather than for thl sons and daughters of t?h?e poorer classes. But a little reflection will show thdut that is not really so. His Excellency Lord Clhclnsfoad reherrled to that Ihoe of ithe matte?r in his sueceh at the hleikndilr-u4p of the Ipswich Grammar Schools, when he contended that all classes of the cotm munity would benefit Iby thie sstablish nment of a University, whllich project hlas his hearty atiproval. Thile Go vernor's obserratiens on this poist cue quiii right. ''The only i.rstsracyy that...
The Weather. STORMY CONDITIONS MODERATING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
The Weather. STOR?MIY, CONDITIONS MOI)ERATING. •Woathcr Bureau, at 11 o'clock, on ISaturday, issphe7d the iollowing special weather report --"The tropical dis turbanee has caused a continuance of boisterous.conditions along the sub tropical saboanr d of Queensland duricig theo last 24hoburs, with stf'ong S.E. squalls, paIssilng showers, and .rougs seas, but ?tis morning's reports show that although the wind is still blolt ing sto~ng from ihetwen S. and S.E., " . hue .southwards Irom Sssdy Calpe, the con ditions ate slosly but surely maader ating. Atmospheric presesre is tlhe same nt Sindy Oalie as at 9 o'clocl yesterday, 'but a little lower at Blis irnie; this, in conjunction with the fact that the learoghiter has rilses at Gomen with a clange of wind to N.N.W. indicates 'that the storm cent tro is now about ,E.N.E. from Brii basne, and pursu)iTi a S.E.; course 0 nlards a point about N.E. from.. Nor fold Island. The conditions of its north-western quadrant will continine to he exper...
Local and General News IPSWICH AND WEST MORETON DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Local and General News -::o:- IP'WITCH AN)O EST IMORETON D1ISPENSARY. The first executive meeting of tlhs yeaur of tile Ipswoih ald ?West Moreton Unite:] Societies' DIislpesary was hold at the dispensary-room in Sat unday evenaing last. T'he 'Presidest (Hr. Jas. Williams) occupied the chair. 'There nx::e also Ipresent Mesdrs. T. J. Barker (vieo-plreident), G. W. Allena (secretary), J.ames Law (tres s•um"), F. Reilly, W. Jeffrey, T. Plerry, J. Winning, A. Goward, J. WV. Brook, and T'. Rodgers. Apologi?Es for n~.lnce seen' tendered on behalf of .r. T. Wond loid anrd ' IBird. A consider'l:,'e momlu t of business was attjlded ,to, including the makLing of preparations for thse ansual Inetinag, which it to be hesi next month. Mr. ,;. Watson, of asry borough, was. appointiel as an ae.is Ctnat to tlh mIanugr (Hr.'. T. . Hll), to take the place of Mr. S. FrIans Phsillip, whose apprentidrslhip expires on the 21st Fedruary, when lie intends tis sever his connection with the dis ipensuary, Mr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Private Sales. U A. CAMPBIELLB8 J,~;I't"TY * LIST. ITAIIIlK-ltOAD-Nesw Six-roomrn Ilouse. urILth Quarter-Acre of Land. V'eltsnda?h .lthrlm side. Gats laid on. Good lpedi 3ion, nod dood 'Terms. DAR,.lR NG- T-'I'Z'EET-Near Wenahorn-trecet - .diserk ,ned House, diiLh ]G C. ellces o Lnnd. Tie Iousoe is in uplenedid cuoittlion, cud still nitntd any lnspcntion. ?lItISUBANE-ItOAtD-Four-room?l Hlouse need Kitcieen. 1luif-Acre of land. Goond 'enme. BOOVAI?-Near Illwany StLation, Four roolmued Holse, Klitechen, nld BIoth room. Veradnuah lree sides. Area ft Luand, rhrcee-quertre el o Acre. Ono of the best positions ie ulooval. CIllBB AND FEIIlETT'' STRIEETS Splendid Six-roorned Rous?; ev\'ery oemvenimece. Gas laid on. B]OOVALIT-Ol BfliieOube-on dI, otel th aloin .?eooval Itntln-roanld, Four splendid Allontrer?ts. rl'ice,' £70. ROOVAIn-Tu tdie M'Di)onn'L t , .ate, VeWo splendoid Alloteen.es. Price, £30. nODEIlHICK-STIlElET-A spl e?lid Allot satentt, 1lear lautieere?e Church, couetaliti dug- .1R...
LATE COMMERCIAL BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
LATE COMMERCIAL R1 sIShANIE PnRODUC MAiiKET. . Saturday, Jhnuaryj-.11, : In consoquonc .of Oie hea.'vy' slipple to-day, ;i dding: at .lloma-nstrcet .'1s trao tior dull., Prime maiae only 'ealisod -.id, and lucarne olaff Ge .Gd. lEior ini ?a olaff up to os S3d wnas ;obtained., and ip'to - Is Ud for oaten chaff. Prime *ii crutd iy realisedl ho good. p-r og ei, Heavy supplies of potatoes 'were .again ' to hand, Ilpeskins, realised up to Ud, and Brownells to 9s 7d. '' rocks were passed at 5e Od, and' earyi rose at 5s 3d, passed. ., R-ULING P'HICES IN A,1UOiON SEPID The following prices ruled inee:on . o .i stroat auction shed to-day :-Mýize,. -.4 lCS, passed, to 4s .8id ; lceri-e cha, I 3s, -passed, to. GO 3d; . mixed. i cha , 4 10d to 5s 3d; oaten chalf. 4B';jpas sod, to is Gd; lucerne bay;,s q, psas sed, to iis; pumpldkins, '4e to' 4s a'd; Indrley, 2s aW. passed ; bluesteil, _S6, passed, to 9s Od Brrowinals, *k-i; od, to 9s' Tde; white rodcs, f?'Id?.pa. - - ed ; early rose. As, ipasse...
FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
! ?. "" FARMIS. liti' A' 3GO'l llOOlll-lo the" turnout Glen - Ieltonl lstle, 7 Acres 'olf good Ag'li cultural I-anld. Watleed: 4y the run 10cr. iier', and su'it'b2le for irrigat?ou; 1"7.Acrea.sind, the Ildough. To he hbd cheap. -EAU- IOSIWOOD--I the flinous Gle avon Estetc. a splendid Dairy 'and Agricultural Folrm of. 150 Acres. , .ate-?r by5 Dremer, and sultable for irrtigauion ; , Ihlf.eicn ; . 4 Ad?eu nluder-,caultmition. Gond Foud-room Q. House wld othe Iluildings. Gle-. ;,. avm? ?r?. ;*,. AI? *ON--160 Acres.' Good Foorr-roon . ,- ouoe,,aeiy, LaLng oBIarn,? ??d other uIluldiegs Too Amrmo unodr .culblvtio. a ;ti?ith .ti' ace p iu t be sold 20 Mllking Cous;o. 3 Horses. Mo?owglng?thclhn, H-lakle, . Iloughs, Stumaphil-Madn c.iI', oad' lots 04 Sui : idries. Only 16 .Inile:rom Dugan dan. School near at hand. 'eal g:'ood Terms. .TLT.OWBANK-- A slrendids. Dairy Faen -.. 6095 Acres; : well Watered by . :Darns:, :&Ac. ea'yrly? all good. Agrlcul '- thuni Land.' ., (Splendid cropjs ...
The Steinheil Murder. A SENSATION OF THE BOULEVARDS. TWO FALSE CONFESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
The Steinheil Murder. '-4-- A S'ENSATION.I O' O J'IJE IOULE YARDS: TWO FALSE CONFESSIONS. A murder is usually, in spite of tlhe trp ce issues involved in the death (.f a man bIy violence, a profoundly uuin terestjna affa.ir. A bllo with a knife, a ~uunshot, the flight of the nurderer -usually a hslndcring, panic-stricecn attempt--arrest~, the pieci to,ether y witnesses, anmd finally the gallows. Jut in the play .of psychology 2r lut a tragedy, in the mystiry whilch sur rounds its motive ass'] its execution, lies its supreme into.est. Such an in terest attaches to the murders in thi Impasse Rousin, in PIcis, iL ?l iay 31. Here we have nmystry 6I. the deepest, and the extraordinary nctions of thŽ murdFred manl's widow gaLve a cesTh.. colour to the charge o, \w.lich Isc was subsequently as-tsted. A5. Steinheil was a painter of in diiferent skill, in spite of hich--p?r lhaps eeauise of it--he was a fairly successful nud well-to-do anull. Sinis ter rumour, whichl connected the navle of h...
Broken Hill Strike. Arrest of Several Agitators. Tom Mann Amongst Them. A Riot Started. Police Use Their Batons Thirty Men Arrested And put under Lock and Key. The Red Flag Captured. Police Masters of the Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
Broken H-lill Strike. ? :o : -. ... Arrest of Several Agitators. Tom Miann Amongst Them. A Riot Started. Police Use Their Batons Thirty Men Arrested And put under Lock and Key. The Red Flag Captured. Police Masters of the Situation. (fIy Tuleraph from Our Correspo'mlent.) - Melbourne, Jauary 9. Mr. Irvine, .~L.A., is drafing the answer of the Brokei H'il, Proprietary Company to the mlen's plaint for the industrial Court, Ibut it is improablh tlLat the conferene swith his Honout Air. Justice Higgins will be held he fore Tuesday. It is understdod that Mr. lprlatt iwill reprepFnt t)he com pany at the cdnfcrence. Mr. ]3B nett, tihe menc's reprlesentaltivb, has arrived nat Melbourne, from Broken Hill. He says' le hopes to lave an iliformal chat. with MIr. Justice Higgins to-nmar row, and then place the facts from the men's eide before hlim. , Sydney, Janutary 0. .0 meeting book ilac, at Brokeln 1Hill, to-day, between 3Mr. Delpralnt an, tir delegates of the comlbined Oimons, with regrd to...
International Sociatists. DENOUNCE THE PRIME MINISTER. HIS "COWARDLY AND TRA[?]". [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
International Sociatists. I Ei )Ti TE li 1E .1.1-1 : I .I " I.l' \ I, ll.~ 1 \l ",iI . CI'·\'hl·l.'l'l 11i 011:. ll t11o: )Il t l'.:i:i&lt;1-. M a? e ,! '" .._rr',o p ('] r. 11. n-n,,l -11 niii. ti I:-:: &lt; th'&lt; 8 0lil )' "' ll;ie T l."'r:lph." ,of th" ":h hi l:Inl'). 1'l ilz ..':lutllnio &lt; ,':tr'i,,l b\ h'is or"g 'ti:1 - IiiI Jl We, nehl a' l e'$ 1t. :- "\ h.'r, i. I' ]ii .riii li ,nal ,. , isis at all times and in all places take their stand with the' workinrg class when industrial warO are waged, holdinbg that tile working class e ? never n-roall hen it resists the .en cr'oacllinelits of the nlister class ior, imaili5. demands on that class 1 tlrsolvedl that we, the Interna?tionali Socialists, of Slydney, send fraternal, greetings to the organisod workers BIroken Hill, and wish them victoty il tlheir present struggle, pledgings very lassistance that it is in out power 'to give themn; and . "Resolved that we direct the at tention of t1i indu...