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ACTION AGAINST TRUSTS. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

ACTION AGAINST TRUSTS. LONDON. July 11. The ' Dally Telegraph's ' New York correspondent states that the Govern ment aak lor un injunction restraining the corporations composing the To bacco Trust from operating In combi nation In restraint of trade between the States. The Government makes each of the trusts and 64 subsidiary corpo rations defendants, the BritishAmeri can Tobacco Co. being also included. President Roosevelt's proposals ask ing for the appointment of receivers for the Tobacco Trust and other cor porations are severely criticised by the press and described as tantamount to an option for Government ownership.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. LONDON, July 11. Mr H. H. Asquith (Chancellor of the Exchequer), in opening the new offices of a large insurance company in the Strand, said he thought bottom had been touched in connection with the depreciation of the national credit, and there were distinct signs that an up ward process had begun. Jtefo.rrlng to Investment In ground values, he re marked that if legislation were contem plated existing contracts and obliga tions would be rigidly, respected.

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AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON. Julv U. Adinira: Yamsmoto, In an Interview at New York, said he thought the passing storm between Japan and the United States would disappear In the we Iris of the Pacific. Much dcp'.*iu1i.d upon the attitude of the press, and lie ap pealed to the newspapers xo use their Influence to maintain the peace status. On his departure from Washington he stated that no negotiations were pro ceeding between Japan and the United States.

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BILLIARDS SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

BILLIARDS (By Telesranh.1 SYDNEY. July 11. The billiard match in which Steven son concedes Porker 7r.« :0 was rdiitlmiel to-ilay. The jircsont sc.irts are— Par- ker, PI1'!'' SlevonHon (In jil.iy), som.

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COMMERCE ACT REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

COMMERCE ACT REGULATIONS. A regulation of the Acting Comp troller of Customs has been issued dealing with certain brands of schnanns for which medicinal proper ties are claimed, which are being im poVted at proof or over-proof for sub sequent reduction to under-proof. In such cases as those the principle of order 823 may be applied, the security bring that tho importers (a) in tho case of brands marked as containing SO per cent.' of proof spirit will satisfy the Collector that the reduced spirit actually contains SO per cent, of proof spirit, and (b) In tho case of brands bearing no Indication of the quantity of proof spirit that the reduced spirit wil be correctly labelled with the per centage of proof spirit contained. In' all cases the spirit is to be examined by nn' officer before the Importer Is re leased from the security, and that the percentage of proof spirit must bo marked indelibly on all the labels bearing tlie claims, to medicinal pro perties. Order 823 above referred t...

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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

THE RIFLE. (BY 'STRAIGHTBAU.') My Herberton corrcsnondent, writ Injf under date July C, says -.—The an iiual meetinir of the RiMe riuli was held on Thursday, when Mr C. K. Jones was re-elected captain ; Mr Hin ton was elected vice-captain, and Mr E. C. Wright secretary (re-elected). About twelve members were nomina ted 'for committee, and a ballot was taken, resulting in the return of Messrs W. Chamberlain, W. M. Onwer, A. Gower, and A. Bagnall. Consider able discussion took 'ilace over the question of altering the site of the range to one nearer the town, as it was argued that the money needed to place the present ground in a satisfac tory condition would nearly sullice to prepare one In a more convenient site. The present range Is over two miles from town, and over a very rough road. It was decided that the sites sugested be inspected, and :f suitable. that the necessary steps bo taken im mediatelj* : Under date July 6 my Irvlnebank correspondent Eays:T-Al)out_'0. riflemen compete...

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ENTERTAINMENTS. WILLOUGHBY-WARD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

ENTERTAINMENTS. WILLOT.GHBY-WARD COMPANY. A la rgt and enthusiastic audience greeted the return visit of ithe Wil liughhy-Ward Company In the Theatre Royal last nieht. when they staged the farcical comedy 'The New Clown.' The audience came prepared for some thing humorous, and they got It — bo much so that In several instances noth ing could be heard but one sustained outburst of uproarious laughter. The fun, of course, was centred on Mr Hugh J. Ward, as Lord Cyril Garston, a gentleman who- suddenly becomes possessed with the idea that he has committed a murder by pushing Cap tain Jack' Trent (Mr Edward Banfleld), who vies with him as a suitor for a lady's hand and^lieart, into the river. Various evidences of the supposed murder were placed .before- him by unscrupulous.' persons, and after brib ing them Into quietness, to escape from the law he takes the role of a clown in' a circus owned by Mr Dixon (Mr Geo. Wllloughby). (The ldna of a lord taking the liart of a dp wn. in a circuB ...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT . ' THE SENATE. ? (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 11. Senator Best informed Senator Glvens that the amount paid to the /States from January 1, 1901, to June 30: 1807. Ini excess of the three-fourths of th,e net revenue required by the Constitution, was £5,728,388. The debate on the Address-ln-Reply was continued by Senator Findley, who complained^ of the unfederal spirit of NejSrStouthiWales .members with re gaM *-J thii;F«deral capital. .. Senator Gray animadverted strongly on 'the mall 'contract business and con tended that the contract should not Jiave.WetV.slgned until the syndicate h^^hMftttW^blllty to find the necea Bafo-iepmivH' ? ? ?-?'? ?''?? - Senator, JTrpnwith emphasised the fdfct.thsijjMr I-eakin had. received a ma^-!«*-*Bpeptlon from people In tfj^ttSp^&nd .from .this argued qSmmtmW trade was not un ,rt«i|fejh§|foj«t the «*at manes of S^jfiMeliwflatlon. V complained bitterly of other States be ing dependent; upon Victoria, He would i support'...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. ! -By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 11. In the House of Representatives to day, * Mr Frazer wanted to know if the mail guarantee had yet been converted into 2500 sovs. The Postmaster-General did not know. All he could reply was that the Government had instructed Captain Collins to forfeit the guarantee. He had no reason to doubt that that would he given effect to. Mr Batchelor asked why the Govern ment iiad not given effect to the pro posal to have all stamps used in the Commonwealth printed in Adelaide. The Treasurer replied that he was opposed to stamps being printed out side the control of the Treasury. ' When will the tariff be brought down?' Mr Page asked. The Treasurer said he thought the Cabinet would be through with the consideration of the schedule in about a week. ADDRESS-IN-KEPLT. The debate on the Address-ln-Reply was resumed by Mr Bruce Smith, who contended ,hM with !n2 . \ce|.U..|i -f short periods covered by the Reid and Watson Ministries, the ...

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WEST AUSTRALIA THE ACCUMULATED DEFICIT. PERTH, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

WEST AUSTRALIA THE ACCUMULATED DEFICIT. (By Telegraph.) . PERTH, July tL .The actual jahortage for the year proved! tp.,JKi not inure than' i9J,84J, .To thK^hal t« t*B added thtr -'deflctt: of Oi6,«0 Remaining at the cIobs of 1905 :.,AvBol-khit-'4he accumulated deficit

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COMMONWEALTH. FINANCE AND QUARANTINE BILLS. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

COMMONWEALTH. FINANCE AND QUARANTINE BILLS. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 11. Influence Is being exercised in all quarters to Induce the Government to lose no time In lahUns the tariff reso lutions. It would, of euuisi;. ijl unv. ittu for -Ministers t-- main.- .my definite ?statement upon tin- subject with which revenue is so closely allied, but it is understood that the new Bill will be tabled within the next fortnight or three weeks. Meanwhile the Govern ment has the Quarantine Ell! ready for discussion. The object of the measure is to unify the State regulations and ;;L-ice quarantine under federal control. In addition to the usual conditions, power Is taken to declare that any part of the Commonwealth or a State in which any quarautinable disease or any disease or pest affecting animals or plants exists to be a quarantine area. No animals or plants are to be landed In Australia before they have been examined by the quarantine offi cer, the cost of the examination to fall on th...

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GO TO THE ROOT OF IT. THAT IS THE WAY TO CURE DISEASE, AND MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP DOES IT. PACTS FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

GO TO THE ROOr OF IT. THAT IS THE WAT TO CURE DIS EASE, AND MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP DOES IT. . FACTS FROM NEWCASTLE. The best way to be rid of trouble is to remove the cause of that trouble, then It is less likely to trouble you again. If your head aches to-day you may get relief by using some of the many headache powders, but it Is just as likely to ache again to-morrow or next day. If you have constipation you can of course use salts or some of the drastic drugs. If your back aches you can use lotions, embrocations, liniments. These may ease you for the day or hour. But the sensible way to go about remedying your trouble Is to change the conditions which make the trouble. Put your stomach, your liver, your bowels Into healthy natural ac-. tion, drive out the cause of your aches and pains, tackle them at their source. That Is what Mrs Florence Erlckson. wife of a confectioner, doing business ?n Hunter Street, Newcastle, N.S.W., did, but she suffered two years of wretched existence be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

ij-fi-Q-i.. ...... ... . ? .......--- .... j - a : i. ?* ?; « ?? 10ffiMWMBfiM& EXHIBITS. V.O.. -«J -?:?:?!. X9O7. - j.\~lj k( *l- *' ''. j *9l?~ ^ 2'- r' ^ Ml/ MEDALS and 1 SILVER ilElJAL. H^lifitefi comers secured First Prizes for Claret | 'I cannot praise II ; I SCOTT'Sl: too highly' /i '? ? ; Evidence ^^ ^ \ from ' $ - 116 Bowman Street, & ' Pyrmont, N.S.W. ' g ' ^«^»rf l$th, 1906. J ' My two sons— George, aged \ five, and Thomas, aged three — j , suffered severely wtth chest and . throat trouble, and it was 110 - uncommon thing for me to be j up night after night attending ] to them. At last I gave Scott'c 1 Emulsion and shall always be ; glad I did so, for from the first j I noticed an improvement, and 1 now lUe change is. 6imply mar- - vellous, for they are both the ( picture of health. I cannot , praise Scott's too highly.' ? I (Mrs.) M. Fletcher \ The Reason WHY ; they are Healthy The splendid Norwegian .cod ? liver oil in Scott'i, helped by ; the valuable hy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

? Bhipftlng A,-T7.fiL'N. €£ ££ STEAMERS are Intended to be des patched bom JETTY .WHARF, as under':— . ? BOWEN T MACKAY ! WYANDRA, ROCKHAMPTON : Capt. J. Grahl. (Keppel Bay) | Monday, July 15, BRISBANE) 1 DJn. BUNDABBRO* MARY'B.'H'UGH* SYDNEY . . WOBONGA, MELBOURNE) J. B. Meaburn, Transhipping (or Monday, July 22, Adelaide and 1 p.m. Fremantle 'bowen bingera, MACKAT - Every Monday. GLADSTONE - At ».4B BRISBANE] from 1 Railway Station. CAIRNS 1 WODONGA, PORT DOUGLAS! J. B. Meaburn, C00KTOWN jruly 17. at 2.30 p.m. - \ . From Jetty. ; MARANOX COOKTOWN fSaturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS'D| 2 p.m. NORMANTON {From Town Wharf BUBKETOWN [Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. LUCINDA FOINT| KURANDA] CARDWELL . I Every Monday. MOURILYAN j 10 a.m. GERALDTON |From Jetty Wha^f CAIRNS I No cargo received PORT DOUGIiABI on Mondays. 1 MARANOA, BRISBANE V THIS DAY. (direct) f Friday, July 12th, At reduced fares | 9 a.m. From Town Wharf ?Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particulars apply to— BURNS, PHI...

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TOWNSVILLE HARBOR BOARD. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

^m&H^mm HARBOR BOARD. ?',;. ' \' . ?.- ^ ' ijlimY meeting. ; The. first monthly meetins; of the Townevllle Haibor Board' to- the year ''?waa lieia on ThUJpjlay:!itten:oon,-thcre being present-Mr H. ,'ji. . ,. Craddock T Plant Mejsm 'il.-' ndoncy. «? roil W A lAcicers. j'.-'Cinntnlnti, T. Smylh. P.JohnBon, J. A. Benj'aihlH, and V. J. Lator telerlO... . '? , '..-. An apology .^wfls ..tendered for the absence of Mr J. V.:.Suter. ? Belore r^^P^'fut^^1^ chair, Mr Crtiado-«. formcjjy, .yelcomoii tiieL new meinbers-Mesii-s' j.iCunitrJns. p,nd.B. Toll— antt the return- to the Boa.r.a of Mr Smyth.' AT'Uie Previous meetlns he hadTeipresBe(r pS feellnc with re gard to Mr Smy*. whom they all hopodto-seore-eleotea. They. Had lost two good members In' Messrs W. J. Paull and W. A. Welch, al.d he v.-as pleased/to- see h!eisft-roll inJ Cummins elected to their respective places. The two late members had been two of the best at tiie table, yet ho Ml sure their successors wouM prove cnuitlly s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

f MrrIjlls' Clean Sweep at ' Carrolls, ' It's a glorious time for Bargains, not a crner of the Store has been skipped, not a shelf or a drawer or a package missed. Every article has teen looked at with eyes of Coldest Criticism and its profits mercilessly cut., former values have counted mighty little. What has been or what may be has not been iegardedf. We are working for UTOX^T. The Sfore has been taken over by Mr. IZusll, and overy article must be cleared out within the next two weeks. Think what this means 10 TTOTJ» It means that yoi will h&ye the opportunity oE buying the best of Goods cheaper I y a long way than aiy othec store could offer. -- . Come for the Bargains. They won't last for much longer. HERE'S THE CLIMAX IN VALUE-GIVING. 5000 useful Remnants, consisting of Dress Goods, Flannellette, Prints, Calicos, Sheeting, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, to be given away at any -t: price. 50 pieces Dress Trimmings at id per yard., : CARROIiliS, THE STORE OF LITTLE PRICES...

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TORRES STRAITS SERVICE. N.S.W. CO-OPERATING WITH QUEENSLAND. A SUBSIDY WILL BE REQUIRED. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

TORRES STRAITS SERVICE.1 N.S.W. CO- OPERATING WITH GUHKNSLAND. A SUBSIDY WILL BK REQUIRED. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY. July 11. The Premier has stated that he ia co-operating with Queensland to get a steamship service via Torres Straits to London. Leailns steamship owners. seen to«day, sail the route was prac ticable, and that other conditions were favoiable for the establishment of such a line, but one essential was an ade quate subsidy. They could not even give a hint as to what subsidy would be required. 'If satisfactory ar rangements are made for the service,' said Mr Reid, acting manager lor the - Orient Company, 'there is no doubt .' that any steamer engaged In It will have room for the carriaue of mails. As to what the subsidy should be, I. ? can say nothing.'1

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

MININ& Mr Roland Malhews, managing direc tor of Welnert'B Silver-lead Mines, Ltd., reports for the fortnight ended July 5:— Since last .report very little development work has been done in your mine, excepting the west drive off No. 1 winze, which has been ex tended 5ft 6In., making the total dis tance driven from draft mark 48ft. Ten tons of ore has been broken from this face of the usual grade. Contrac tors have broken and hauled to the surface 53 tons 'of good quality ore. The trouble which arose from not hav ing a sufficient number of .boys for classing the ore has been overcome, and the men will resume work in the different faces on the 15th as usual. Sixty-three tons of ore has been brought to the surface. Dressed ore on plat No. 1, 15 tons; No. 2. for Chllla Koe, 25 tows. Ur.dresed ore on plat 90 tons. We have sold to Messrs Lem [-riere 33 tons 13cwt. 3qr. J91b., netting :36'l 12s 5d. Mr Roland Mathcws, manager of Parsley's Native Star Copper Mine, ?cnorts for the for...

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TO-DAY'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

TO-DAY'S MAILS, Townsvll'.e to Hughenden : 6 a.m ?.SET*'.1' t0 Rlchmond »nd inter mediate places : 6 a.m ._To'ns.r1Ila to Charters Towers and .na6:«P.m.PlaCeS:6a-m--12-15P-m'' Ravenswood and places between Ha venswood Junction and RaSo^ i*-'1' an-1 12-15 T-.m. For Erlsbano and southern nlacpn ? Newspapers and packets, 0 45 a m ? or' dlnary letters. 7.45 a.m. late fTe let' ters. 8 a.m. (Per s.s. Maranoa )

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IMPORTANT MATTERS. BRISBANE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. BRISBANE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

IMPORTANT MATTERS. BR1P13ANE CUAMBElt Of CO.M .MEIICK. CBy lelograph.) liUISKANB. July 11. At the mcelins of tl-e Urisbiino Chamber of Commerce to-day several intrusting matters wora discussed. A letter was received from the Marine un'u-ittnu-is ,.-vfcMjeiuu-iii or yueens lan-1 seeking co-operation It, urging thi survey of Hie noi'th-west coast of Australia. It was decide'! t-- write tn the - Commonwealth Government, ask ing that sto:is be laken lo .secure the survey asked fo;\ The secretary referred to the tele gram from the Cloncurry Chamber of Commerce asking the co-openuion of the Brisbane Chamber in securing a re bate on copiier ore from Helton and that the 50 ncr cent extra charge from Richmond be cancelled. The Brisbane Chamber had written to the Commis sioner for Railways ami received a re ply ttailn? that the chaise upoi: ''?-- fio.n Juli.i Creek had been redu' ? i i ?? 26s l!d per ton, and ihai local carrylnc rates would be cliarued upon unopene 1 portions of the (.'lnneun...

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