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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
A.U.S.N. Co. Ltd. STEAMERS are Intended to be des- patched from JETTY WHARF as under:— &nbsp; &nbsp; BOWEN MACKAY ROCKHAMPTON| ARAWATTA, &nbsp; (Keppel Bay) | THIS. DAY, &nbsp; BRISBANE | Monday, July 1, BUNDABERG* | 1 P.m. MARY'B'R'UGH* | SYDNEY [ ? ARAMAC, MELBOURNE \ Monday, July 8th, Transhipping for j 1 p.m. Adelaide and | Fremantle ? 1 ? ' BOWEiT . ' t BINGERA, MACKAY | Every Monday. GLADSTONE j At 9.45 BRIPRANE I from f-.. ? 1 Railway Station. 'CAiRNS i ARAMAC, ? PORT DOUGIjASI Wednesday July 3, COOKTOWN I 2-30 p.m. - '— ' ~ MARANOA. COOKTOWN ISaturday, July 20, ' THURSDAY JS'DJ 2 p.m. NORMANTON I From Town Wharr BURKETOWN } Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. LUCINDAPOINTf KURANdX CARDWELL I Every Monday. MOURILYAN I 10 a.m. GERALDTON | From Jetty Wharf CAIRNS f No canzo received PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. 1 MARANOA, BRISBANHl I Friday, July 12th, Cdlrect) f 9 a.m. At reduced fares | From Town Wharf 'Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particu...
[?] WEEK. [?] AND SHOW. [?]RAGING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
CARNIVAL WEEK T.P.A. and I SHOW ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From the heavy influx of visitors, the highly satisfactory entries, and the weather conditions now prevalent &nbsp; &nbsp; the annual exhibition of the Towns- ville Pastoral Agriculutural and Indus- trial Association to open at 10 a.m. to-morrow, promises to be the most successful ever held north of Brisbane. By the northern and Southern boats, and western trains, visitors towards the end of last week reached the city in large numbers, with the result that the accommodation of many of the hotels is already pretty well taxed. Ayr, Charters Towers, Ravenswood, and stations along the railway line will to-day add greatly to the visitors list, and it is understood that most of the pastoral people will remain over the races. There are in the city at present many undesirable customers, attracted from south with an eye to plunder, so that it would ...
PORT DOUGLAS AND MOSSMAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
PORT DOUGLAS AND MOSSMAN NOTES. ("N. Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) &nbsp; Mr George Love, of Mossman, has taken over the Great Northern Hotel, at Cooktown. He and his popular spouse should do all that can be done ini the way of business in that well- known hostelry in that city of 19 pubs. Mr M 'Alpine, a civil servant in the employ of the New Gjuinea Administra- -ion, went over to the Daintree River on Thursday morning last. He will shortly marry Miss Hilda Osborne, of Daintree, and with her spend their honeymoon in Sydney prior to his re- turn to New Guinea. Good progress is being made with the reading room for sugar workers in the course of erection at Mossman. The venture is to be run by the Rev. E. Taffs "on his own." It will be unde- nominational. Mr Taffs has received several offers of help but prefers that his own idea should first evolve itself for better or for worse—accepting help from the generous only in the shape of gifts of magazines, newspapers, and general re...
SAILING. OPENING OF THE TOWNSVILLE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
SAILING. OPENING OF THE TOWNSVILLE SEASON. The Townsville Sailing Club opened their season on Sunday afternoon, when a successful series of manoeuvres was carried out in the inner harbor. A start was made from the Harbors and Rivers wharf, the commodore of the club (Mr J. Dillane) taking the lead in his boat, 'The Kiaora.' on which were, besides the commodore, Mr P. F. Han- ran, M.L.A. (patron), Mr J. Cummins (president), Mr C. S. Norris (handicap - per), Mr A. C. Saxton (vice-president of the Prince Alfred Yacht Club, Sydney), Captain Burt, Mr F. Craig, Mr V. J. Lalor, and others. Amongst the manoeuvres was the completion of the figure 8 by the various boats, and it must to said that they presented an exceedingly pretty sight, decorated as they were with a miscellaneous array of flags and bunting. At the finishing of this manoeuvre the positions were— Kiaora (commodore), Aztec (vice-com- modore), Mona, Isolde, Satanita, Bri- tannia, Hero, Arline, Sylvan, Alka, Heroic, Mamie, and La...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 1, 1907. SHOW AND RACES WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 1, 1907. &nbsp; SHOW AND RACES WEEK. Half a week's play-time annually has become a habit in most Australian centres of population. Press-writers hard up for epithets call these yearly interludes in work, carnivals, and per- haps the borrowed word describes the fact as closely as is practicable. That fact is a combination of live stock and industrial products exhibition with horse racing, which while providing pleasure for the majority to whom gre- gariousness is its necessary adjunct is the occasion of rest from work, of change from the monotony of daily routine for all. Some strenuous de- votees of progress demur at four con- secutive public holidays as an extra- vagance, a waste of time. We think that they are wrong ; that the gain in power and willingness to work from such considerable breaks in its continuity as that of the local Carnival week, of the Christmas and Easter holidays more than covers all loss in work's product thu...
ENTERTAINMENTS. WIRTH BROS CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
ENTERTAINMENTS. WIRTH BROS' CIRCUS. Probably one of the largest audi- ences over seen in Townsville, number- ing nearly 4000, witnessed the opening performance of Wirth Bros.' circus on Saturday night, and it is safe to assert that at the close they were fully satis- fied With the programme submitted. The menagerie contains a large and varied collection of animals, native of all portions of the globe, and those were open to inspection &nbsp; in the tent opening into the circus proper. The exhibition of ani- mal freaks is interesting the five- legged cow, three-legged horse, horned- hoofed pony, and half-bred zebra being amongst the collection. The grand &nbsp; Oriental parade, introducing the whole of Wirth Bros.' company, headed by Mr Wirth on a splendid black char- ger, in a grand spectacular procession around the hippodrome track proved &nbsp; &nbsp; a fitting opening to the evening's per- formance. Hugh Patrick Lloyd's vari- ous feats on the corde...
BEDDING. MEARSNS—O'SUIAVIAN [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
WEDDING. MEARNS-O'SULLIVAN. &nbsp; &nbsp; A very quiet wedding took place at St. Joseph's Presbytery of the 15th inst. between Mr. Gordon Mearns, third son, &nbsp; of Dr. R. L. Mearns, and Miss Mary O'Sulllvan,third daughter of Mr. Cor- &nbsp; nelius O'Sullivan, Lislevane, Ireland. The ceremony as performed by the &nbsp; Very Rev. Father Walsh. The bride who was given away by her brother- in-law (Mr. P. Redmond), looked very pretty in white silk-trimmed with lace insertion, a white hat trimmed with tulle and ostrich feathers and white veil. The bridesmaid was Mrs. D. Red- mond (sister of the bride). Mr. C. Beale acted as best man. After the ceremony the party drove to the resi- dence of Mrs. D. Redmond, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of, &nbsp; during which a very pleasant time was spent. The presents which were &nbsp; numerous and handsome were as fol- lows:—Dr. R. L. and Mrs Mearns, Ing- &nbsp; &nbsp...
"YE OLDE CLUB." ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
"YE OLDE CLUB." ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCE. In order to strengthen the funds in connection with the Townsville School of Arts, the members of "Ye Olde Club" gave a dramatic and musical en- tertainment and dance in His Majes- ty's Theatre on Saturday evening. Owing to counter attractions, only a small audience was present. An ex- cellent programme of varied charac- &nbsp; ter was performed. Part one consis- ted of the one-act play "The Man in the Street." The three characters were well impersonated. Mr H. Curtis appeared in the role of Philip Adare a poor but ambitious artist who was anxious to paint a picture with which he would make a name for him- self, who lived in a humble way in the metropolis of the world with his wife, Minnie Adare, the daughter of a vag- rant Jabez Gover, who made his liv- ing by playing a clarionet in the streets of the city, Miss Lily Evans and Mr W. Curtis taking the respective parts. The scene was in Philp Adare's studio, where Jabez Gover found tha...
BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907
BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS. Only in a number of instances has it been decided as to how this week will affect business people in the matter of holidays. At present it is proposed to close most of the business premises each afternoon of the show and race days. When practicable the shipping companies will do likewise, but incom- ing and out-going steamers will have to receive the usual attention. Messrs Burns, Philp and Co.'s offices will be open as usual, but the wharves will be closed at noon on Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Friday, and consignees are notified thereof. Of the Govern- ment Offices, the Customs will be en- tirely closed on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and the Lands Office on Wednesday and Thursday, opening on Friday morning for the monthly Land Court. On Thursday and Friday the Supreme Court offices will be closed, and the Police Court offices will be closed on the four days mentioned. Mr Gulliver, the Towns- ville Postmaster, has not received any notificat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
BUTLER'S ELECTRIC LAUNCH ' TIVOLI ' Will leave Townsvllle for Picnic Bay as follows, leaving from Pontoon at foot of Harbor Board Offices :— SUNDAYS. 10.30 a.m. and 2.S0 p.m. MONDAYS, 12 noon. WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 2.30 p.m. Leaving the Island each day at 4.30 p.m. FARES: Return, S» 6d; SIhrIp. la 6dV Chlldrea under IS, Is. , EXCURSION 18&TrR* ''nndayB only). Is 6d return: Children, Is.' The Tivoll will run to NelUe Bay and ' Arcadia on SATURDAYS at 2.80 p.m. Passengers for thesje places will be called for on Sundays at 4. p.m. . Return Fares: Nellie Bay, U ; Arcadia, Is 6d. O.' ' BUTLER, Cleveland Villa, Strand, TownsvlUe, neat1 Harbor. Board Offlos. ' Note.J-r'Tlv6«' TrtU wait arrival of
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
He: Can y»u oxjilain to ini- Uio iliiiVicnco bPlwi'on '.??.hair1 und''\vHl'? I'm- example, if I say 'Will you marry ni»V' should you roply 'I shall,' or 't ' win?' .She (.colilly): 1 should reply, 'I wnn'f.' ., ..^ .1 ni-ii iwi^.ti. i.K-i ui&t Jones' IXL J.i 1113 are the most populM tlir-nmhimt Aiistnili» in.cS Tasmania.* SARAMA, the perfect Skin' Food, la the Wrinkle Smoother and Crow'e-feet UlllllcTilllH. Mr Hisiitmc: 'My dear, you must rt-iid. that new irirl awav at once. Slw Is not fit to liavo In tho house.' Mrs Hivfhtoiiv: 'I will, just as iiulckly as I can write her a reference.' Mr Hlijn tonc: 'Referenei-! l)n you' mean to say you Intend In give a creature HUe ? that a reference?' Mrs Hlghtorie: 'Of course. How can I help it? ' If I don't she'll tell everybody about your com ine home so late tho other nlphtl. and '? . — and — the — way I talked to you.' \
WINTON NEWS. PROGRESS OF SHEARI. STOCK PASSINGS, LTC. WINTON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
WINTON NEWS t. PROGRESS OF SHEARK'. -? STOCK PASSINGS, IVi'C. (Dy Telegraph.) WINTON, July i. Shearing is inogressing smmil ily IhrouKhout the district, though all i .hods are short-handed. Shearing at Wurrnambool Is being jarried out by the Federal Company. Oondooroo is shearing its own pIk-cd and the Wlnton Company have tho contract for Coolnda. The latter has got together a team of fifteen r.rlendld Bhoa.«m Tho following tillles wrro cut on Friday- Mnrtln 1RG Watson ISO. Adaiua tsn. Lye 176. Brown 174. T. Clarke 1TI!. W. Clarke 1CS. Hartlev 16 -. llavls lBt, FlominB.131. Smart 145. II. mown 145, Me Wit 143. SenuV, 136, Smith 132, the average bolus '-v.v 161. UaewortU commences sliearlncr n:1 Saturday, Loatiy bavins the e..:itracl. Broomfleld. the shod nverseer. w-.-nt out on Saturday and estimator! lhat between fb.OQO an-J 90,000 sheep will be Khorn. ' Tlire mobs of cattle in cl1.11-.Te ot Yodng. Percy Williams, and Albert WJliams respectively, totalling 1000 head, have successfu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
PILE! AND LIVER COMPLAINF. When (he Liv.r Is clogged by the inactivity of tin- kidneys ami bowoi.s it heroines turjii'l, and fails to filler the bile from the blood, thus produc ing biliousness and a general Impair ment of the digestive system. Trie tongue Ih coaled, tint head aches, di gestion is imperfect; there is aching ef the limbs and bark, feelings of fulness, ? weight and soreness over the stomach and liver, the eye ber.nues yellow and jnundicril and Ih,. complexion mu-'.ly, the urine is sennly and highly colored, ami the bowels invguiar. ;? ? '? ? ? ? Iienu.^.. ? ?. ? i. much pleasure ,,.... ., ? . . .., Dr. Morse's Indian i:- i'liif. lor some time I was troubieu with a pain in the side and sre.it i.MiiieiKPss of Hie Liver. 1 used your Pills, wbicn quite removed the complaint, and also WlVrted a erne of UlcediiiK Piles, fnm, which I suffered for sonic inonthn. You have my permission to use this.' 'Sc that's the oUeu inhabitant - ,,n . Irjiioi-ed and four ve.irs onir' mi 1 a...
CLONCURRY NOTES. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
CLONCURlRY NOTES. (' N.. -J. ' Herald's' Correspondent! THE WEATHER. 'Mild arid tlleasant weather is now succeeding the cold snap of last week. Ourflrst tastb of -winter seemed sharp enough, but1 the people will lie sur prised to hear that the lowest tempera ture recorded to'ds 4S'deg. However, cool weather is generally more healthy than warm ' weather1 and It makes work more enjoyable, so' that for various' reasons the winter should be welcomed In .this locality. From all the reports I can gather, the climate of Cloncurry would appear to be very healthy both summer and winter. Towards the en* of lnst summer it is true that a goal many typhoid cases were treated In the local hospital, but Dr. Campbell In forms me that most of these came In from the outlying districts, and that at the present time the town and district are particularly free from any cases of this disease. MTVTWJ. At the Great Australian Mine Mr. Mackle has commenced operations with the diamond drill. The result of th...
"THE ACID LINE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
'THE ACID LINE' Most people In cities live just on the line of acid surplus, and paps nvei the border every few days. A State dinner, a day of rxtni mental activity or emotional excitement., find over the boundary they go. A chill, a damp day Impeding tho surface eliminations, or a persisting constitutional tendency —and over the ncld line tl'ey drop. Tho proof Is In Uie prevalence of the acid diathesis, shown in rheumatism, neuralgia, and gout. Rheumatism is undoubtedly caused by germ ferment in the Intestinal tract, precisely at the point where the blood U:kr-s up its scrum albumen from the peptone. Mi crobes planted there sour the serum. It is offered to the blood as an acid to live, with heroic efforts parllns with Its own alkalinity to effect it, the blood seeks in vain to neutralize this acid, tho Impoverished blood can not prevail ngalnft the ntoroue fer ment but Is itself romlcre-i acid. Acid reaction is always shown in the blood of Rheumatics. To theso people we suggest the...