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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
NEW .SOUTH WALKS. KVDNKV. Julv 10. Waller Scott Laidlaw was to-, lav. at the conclusion of the ??.?roller's in ? liii-sl in coiiricetioii Mitli Hi. .lea-ii of Albert Vlel.n- Welsh at t'iiiinu. cinn niilteil for trial on a , ii. !-.;.? . f miir.:. r. The ??vi.linc- showed thai l..;i-!iaw w.is '?: a .|ij;-uel.-oni-' m.....|. :.-, 1 i . ^;, ;; | i , W.-Uh. ?? You arc a l.i^ !? II-. w. t-onie ? in-l s. ?? what you .-.in .1.. v/:ili me.' i\'.-lsli replied tint if l.aid!ii.i- w l luok'n1; for light ho « iiji I [rjv . i|illr ,.,|| he wanted. '1'ln-y suum;!. .| an.l fell, ihui went outside. a.i-: Lai.|i!,v ;urin.O iiiimil and tired four slmi--.
[?] PAKDON CRANTLA LONDON, July [?] [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
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TREATMENT OF ABORIGINES. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
TRICATJIEXT Of AHORIGlNEa. LONDON, July 3. I!..'pl.\ i,i3 t i Mr William nedmend in tl'i- House i.f i:ommo:is, Mr Kunciman (Fiii.i.H ial .-v-creiary to the Treasury) .sai.l thai the Protc-ctor of A'-irigines rep. lit' i ii as the almost ''?. '.imous ii;-ii,i.n ?.: ihnsv luviiiR- praei.. , expe lii-mo I i--.it ..-hiiiiiing aborigini.-.. oy the i; -,'k w-js Hi.- i.iu.^t numanc method of li.wentiiir^ iluir i-sca.pi!. The Guvern iii.nl cli'i aoi Khar,; su».-!i opinion, and would direct ihe 'Joveroor as opporlu iilly niTi-ied to iMprcKS the West Aus tralian ?Joveri'inenl with their objee lion-!. -is a roi'.linuuncv of such prac tice c-.uld n-jt fail to excile England.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
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TORRES [?] MAIL SERVICE. ACTION IN TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
TORRES STRAITS MAIL SERVICE ACTION IN TOWNSVILLE. &nbsp; Local bodies in Townsville have lost no time in co-operating with the Tor- res Shire Council in their renewed ef- orts to induce the Queensland Go- vernment to subsidise a mail service via Torres Straits to London and the East. At the monthly meeting of the City Council, held on Tuesday night, a resolution was carried unanimously that the action of the Torres Shire Council be supported, and following that up the Mayor on the following morning despatched the following tele- gram to the Premier :— "I have the honor by direction to convey to you the following resolution passed by the City Council at a meeting held last night : "The City Council considers the in- auguration of a separate steam ser- vice through Torres Straits of the ut- most importance to North Queensland, and rely upon your Government using every effort to expedite the completion of such service." &nbsp; &nbsp; A telegram was also sent by ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
The annual installation of Lodges St. Andrew and Balmoral (S.C.) will &nbsp; take place this evening at 7.30 o'clock. An invitation to attend the ceremony is extended to members of the sister constitutions and visitors. A Brisbane wire received yesterday stated :— The telegraph lines between here and Sydney have been interrup- ted since a late hour last night, conse- quently the morning messages have not yet arrived. The breakdown is between Armidale and Tamworth. During his recent visit to Towns- ville, Major-General Hoad promised to recommend to the Federal Minister for Defence that Townsville should be re- instated a saluting station. If the re- commendation is approved— and it is generally believed it will— guns will be sent north to equip the garrison for such purposes. At the 38th half-yearly meeting of &nbsp; the shareholders of the Bank of North Queensland, to be held on July 19, one of the recommendations of the direc- tors will be the declaration of a divi-...
THURINGOWA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
THURINGOWA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Thurin- gowa Shire Council was held in the Council Chamber on Wednesday after- noon. Mr J. Hode presiding. There were also present :— Messrs H. Abbott, H. Crowder, A. Wagner, C. McAlister, J. Sexton, F. Johnson. D. Meehan.,T. &nbsp; Gleeson, and H. C. Johnson (clerk). CORRESPONDENCE &nbsp; Mr Charles S. Norris, local Deputy Curator of Intestate Estates, wrote in- forming the Council that he could not discover the deed of the land held by F. L. Du Couret, deceased, or his bill of mortgage, and under such circum- stances did not propose to take fur- ther steps in the matter unless the Council were in a position to give some information that might assist him. The chairman said further discussion on the subject was unnecessary, and the matter was allowed to drop. LICENSE GRANTED. Mr P. E. Bell applied for a license for a slaughter house at Ollerra Creek. Mr Abbott said the application was made at the Li...
MORTHERN SUPREME COURT. Wednesday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
NORTHERN SUPREME COURT. Wednesday, July 10. At the Northern Supreme Court on Wednesday morning, his Honor Mr Justice Chubb was occupied with Chamber work. &nbsp; INSOLVENCIES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arthur Hawthorne, laborer, Towns- &nbsp; &nbsp; ville; Hugh Ball, miner, Croydon; and David Scott Elliot, master mariner, &nbsp; Townsville, were each adjudicated in- solvent "in forma pauperis." In each estate the statement was fixed for July 24, and the first meeting of credi- tors for July 25. Fees were remitted and the official trustee was appointed trustee. The insolvent Ball was repre- sented by Messrs Unmack and Con- nolly, solicitors, Townsville; and Mr Edwin Norris, solicitor, Townsville, ap- peared for the insolvents Hawthorne and Elliot. SEVERIN V. DRAPER. In the matter of Victoria Maud Severin, plaintiff, of Cairns, v. Mary Pauline Draper, defendant, Cairns, &nbsp; there was a summons on the part of defendant for l...
TOWNSVILLE POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. (Before Mr J. A. Boyce, P.M.) THREE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
TOWNSVILLE POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. (Before Mr J. A. Boyce, P.M.) THREE CHARGES. John Telfer, alias Nigger Telfer, was charged with having no visible lawful means of support; also with assaulting First-class Constable Auld in the exe- cution of his duty, and further with using obscene language. There were 62 previous convictions recorded against the defendant in different parts of the State, but principally at Brisbane. Since 1889 defendant had undergone terms of imprisonment amounting in all to six years and five months' imprisonment for various offences. In addition to these convic- tions, some 47 convictions were recor- ded against him for creating disturb- ances, obscene language, drunkenness, etc. Constable Auld stated that on July 3. he was on the Show Ground, when complaints were made to him that the defendant was endeavoring to defraud bushmen by means of the three card trick. He searched the defendant and found no money, but four cards rolled up in a silk handkerchi...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907. SUBSIDISED STEAMSLLIT SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907. SUBSIDISED STEAMSHIP SER- VICES. No doubt Mr Deakin and Sir Wil- liam Lyne learned in London that as soon as they got back to Australia the Commonwealth Government would have to give notice to the contractors that in consequence of their default &nbsp; the mail contract was cancelled, and to again call for tenders for the ser- &nbsp; vice. There seems to have been no illusions in London as to the contrac- tors' ability to provide a mail service in terms of their tender. There every- one with special knowledge of the sub- ject was convinced that an Australian mail service on the terms of this con- tract must cause heavy loss. Conse- quently the money required to provide steamships for the work, could not be procured. The contractors appear to have had hope's that this money could be obtained in Australia. Their repre- sentative in Melbourne when trying to obtain it would not of course admit the London failure. It was to avoid ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
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ESTIMATE OF SUGAR HARVEST. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
ESTIMATE OF SUGAR HARVEST. (By Telesraph.) MELBOURNE, July 11. Sir William Lyne to-day received an estimate of the production of sugar for the coming season. This was as fol lows :—New South Wales, 24.100 tons (white labor), 1335 tons (black labor), bounty £723,000; Queensland, 157,000 tons (white labor), 16,870 tons (black labor), bounty £500,000.