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

' NORTIJ^tnSElS^Cia^'B^blJPliiii^B OUTSITTING EMPOBJUSI.. . r - Flinders Street, TOW2I£ VI L.LE . ' :- ? ? ' ' ' ' ?' ' j i.i.V:/. i-iiy .' '^ %M^0^j PARCEL, . ' .. :v_. #tTBS Wobtj SWBATlES, JTbstf RECEIVED DX SOUTHERN 'MAIL. '?? COLORED^NP WHITE. Btwia-ijp, 3toU or Turfl-dpwn ColiarSj . jfttted with Patent Throat Protector. 4s 6d; (£s -BdV 7s 6d, 9s 6d each. ?'?'?.'' . .-?»? special Line, si rile !i^i:xTTj':aE! sweatees ? Color White, Pure W.ool, In terwoven with White Silk, \ 1Q« 6*'- EACH ,. . INSPECTION. INVITED. SEE WINDOWS. Every Bottle Guaranteed - If you f*il to get beneficial re «ulta after using two-thirds of a ?bottle of [ Chamberlain^ ptptnpt pa&fit ipofi^ **&+*& ? ? ' ? ' — ' — ' ? — — — -^— ^— ? ? ? — ? ; / ,-4 -v- Ik'^^-g1 -4^.-J^ ?.^*»nf 5 ?%,;.??:?? BY ROYAL %L^I^Rdk^&' ' ' FOR OYKR warrants jL fl^l^H^^KH , . , HALFACENTBHI SCOTCH WHISKY. [ PROPRIETOR OF TBE ! ROTAIi LOOHNAGrAE, DISTILIJBRY BALMOBAL, SOQTT.A-NrD. All the Royal Palace...

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

iMEFORD BROS. |o ' ' ? ? ???' . : IfflLii Jk ?*? VABWORD. J. TE REIS. S. O. WAKEFORD. general commission agents, ? ? I Complete Household Furnishers. ^ ' IiARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE y - ALWAYS ON HAND. AlBO VEHICLES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. CASH BUTEItS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE!. -'* SECOND-HAND VEHICLES BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale: VI ANOS.— Makers, 'J. Irml«r.' perfect instrument of beautiful tone: T.rlce. 60 Guineas. 'Stelner.' specially constructed for tropical climates. In spection invited. Cash price. £47 10s. Approved terms. IRON SAFES.— Shipment Just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. Prices from £7 10s to £25. VEHICLES.— B. J. and W. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £10, to £35. Liffht Lorry, in splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Tan, £12. Waggonet te. In good order, £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new, £22. Nearly new Pony Dog Cart, ...

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CAPTURE OF KAID MACLEAN. LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

CAPTURE OF KAID MACLEAN. LONDON, July 10! The Tangier correspondent of the! ' Times ' says that the principal men of several important tribes visited the Commander-in-chief and declared their disapproval of Haiauli's treachery, and their willingness to assist In the release of Kaid Maclean. LONDON, July 11. Kaid Maclean writes In good spirits and states that the headmen of neigh boring tribes have prevented Raisull from moving him elsewhere.

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TOWNSVILLE HOSPITAL MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

TaWNSVILLE HOSPITAL \ MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Towns ville 'Hospital Committee was held at the Town, liall on Thursday evening, Mr'J.. Leu -presldcnt) in the chair. There' ytcvb also nresein— mean. = *-. JOhnBon, Q--H. Pritchard,. J. Brady. H. Abliott, A. T. Halloran, A. D. Lewlng ton, J. PhiiP. R- Rollwagen, T. Foley, C. Jameson, and E. F. Hodgson (sec retary). ' ' ' Apoioffios for absence were received from Dr T. Gordon Ross, MrE. Byrnes, and the Very Rev. Father Walsh. CORRESPONDENCE. The secretary read letters acknow ledging the following subscriptions :— Mr K. Annins, £2 2s; his Excellency the Governor, £3 3s; employees of the North Queensland Meat Export Com pany, £28 12s; employees of the Q.M.E., 19 ISs 7d. Mr Donaluaon, manager of the Auc- ^ lalde Steamship Co., wrote thanking the committee for the honor they had conferred upon him In electing him a life-governor of that institution. The secretary of the Townsville Mln strelfc wrote asking for th...

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

SPORTING. FIXTURES. July 17-1S.— Normtmtori . J. :Ci, Annual. July 24.— Burke- River. Raclng'Club . July ;;«.— Athcrtoii i;uce Club. J.ul}-,.30-31.-rOookiuwii Turf Club An HUiUi August S-lO.-t-Bowon Turf Club An nual.. ' , August S-D-XO.— Northern ' .Tteruitorles' ' lt:\Pli)g. Club. Port Darwin. August 14-16.— CJoncurry Racing Club Annual. ,, .,,;« .; ,! .-,; ... August. 14-15.— Herbert RlVci'.. Jockey Club Annual Meeting! Entries, July IT; handicaps; July Sff;- accop tstrices, August 3. August 27.— Border Jockey. Club,. (Btrds- vlile)' Annual. . ?;:?;;. ? '..,,' ., August ; 21-22.- Halifax' i .Racing ' Club Annual. ''Nominations,' July 24; handicaps, August .16;.. accoptfl-nces, ? August 19. September ?]J.Tl2.-^Lpngreach J.C. An nual- \m: twin*

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OBITUARY. LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

OBITOART. LONDON. July 10. The 'death is announced of Sir Wil liam Henry Broadbent, physician. . {Broadbent, Sir' William Henry, first bfcronet, Created 1893, . K.C.V.B.. M.D.. F.R.S., L.L.D. BL Andrew's; Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh: Physiclan-In-Ordlnary to iVOfe King and _Rp|nce nf Wales; obusult Mgifrtiyslclan to St. Mary's Hospital, W»^nj;*n-J- w^us other h^ni Miidb;a*rn -Yorkshire, January SJ, IMS; son of John Broadbent, of Longwood ' Edge, Huddersfleld; married EMua, daughter of John Hai-pln, 1SC3. Edu cated, Huddersfield, College; Owins' College; Royal School of Medicine, Manchester; Paris. 'Physician succes sively to Western General Dispensary, London Fever Hospital; St. Maiy's IIos pital; president of Harveian So ciety of London; Medical Society of London, 1SS1; Clinical Society, 1SS7-88; Neurological Society, 1895-96; Censor Royal College of Physicians, 1S8S-89, IS95-96; Physician-Extraordinary to Queen Victoria, 1S98-1901. Publications: ' The Pulse,' 1S90; ' The Heart,' 1897.]

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

vFOOTHAM. , Sorpm practice has been artanred for, jthe Townsville team-itO: meeUpa vqn^ooa. tokake place at the rear of iftl'Crte'B premis* nt eleht o'dook to ;«»igHt;tr^,:. .w . :- ??; ;- ???-. ?'??:- y^orfht V, Combined Junlors.-^Norths1 'AWA^Sl^lBcft. FeenejT;, threel-llMn*\ :%«C!TSmmett, Brady (», Farreil-; ^m-mHk, Rooney^ flvo-elSht|»Moiloy, ' P§felBV'Weal* fS)?1 Brob'SP DrtlK,' 3iwaml#i Turner, OCallaghan, fiague: ??'.j/v.-lsS-v^ii.'i.-- :. '. '.??: y :-, ,'. emergendee, ?forwards Timmlns, back Edwards. .:?:'.? ; : ? . * ;

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NEW ZEALAND V.N.S. WALES. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

NEW ZEALAND, V. X.S. WALKS. ? tBy Tclcsrairh.) SYDNEY. .Tulv 11. ? The New Zealand footballers arrived to^ay and were accorded a re- -eiitinn by. the New South Wale? llnlmi. —Th* N.S. Wales team lo nicot t!io -Ml Black* on Saturday Is :— FuM ' - ? ?? X)lx; three-quartc-rs, Mwsphi r. n^-'n Smith, Russell, Wadflcll: h-!l\v.-.. :-'nn- dible, Woods; forwards, Ri.sl-.v-1I, Orll' fln, Barnett, AtcCue, Bur-re. lWw, James Hughes and MuriJln.

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WEDDINGS MEGGITT—CRIPWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

WEDDINGS MEGGITT - CRIPWELL.     On Thursday, 4th inst., at the residence of the Rev. F. Greenwood,   Cairns, the marriage was celebrated of Miss Ethel May, eldest daughter of Mr A. Cripwell, of Brisbane to Mr. Percy Meggltt, third son of the late Mr E. Meggitt, of Brisbane. The bride was attended by Mrs Greenwood, and Mr Owen Whittick gave the bride away and acted as best man to the bridegroom. The bride wore a becoming gown of Carrickmacrosss lace over   silk, trimmings of shirred chene   ribbon, chene silk roses and silk embroid- ery applique, with white Sans Souel hat and while feather. Mr. and Mrs. Meggitt, after spending a few days in   Cairns, left for Kuranda to-day.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

The Railway Department are erect- ing hoppers at Townsville with a carrying capacity of ten tons, being three tons more than the hoppers in use at present. Five of them are now at work, and 40 more are to be sup- plied. Mr Frederich, the health officer at Cleveland, U.S.A., has appointed 1000 citizens as a special sanitary police force for the purpose of putting down the habit of expectorating in the streets. They have full power to   arrest. Townsville authorities should take the hint. On Thursday afternoon the Ambu- lance Brigade received a call to go to the new wharf. On arrival there it was found that a man named Charles Klezel was suffering from a large in- cised wound on his left great toe, caused by his standing on a piece of glass. First aid was rendered, and the man advised to see a doctor. During the last month there has been a good demand for banaas in Adelaide, and about 200 cases have been sent from Cairns. Good prices have been realised, as high as 18s 6d....

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

PERSONAL Mr J. Hansford, late manager for Burns Philp and Co., at Cairns, has started business as a commission agent in Brisbane. Mr D. Rollston, mayor of Charters Towers, returned from a northern trip on Thursday and went on to the gold field by the mid-day train. Mr T. Empson leaves Townsville in about a fortnight's time on a trip to England Mr T. Buckland who has spent a few weeks on Charters Towers returns to Sydney by the steamer Aldenham, leaving Townsville on Sunday Mr M. Chubb, who has been the guest of his parents Mr Justice and Mrs Chub for a few weeks returns to Sydney by the Aldenham. Mr L. A. Bernays, District Engineer, Great Northern Railway, returns this morning by the Maranoa from Nor- manton, where he has been making an inspection of that railway. Mr. J. M'Tavish, manager of Jack and Newell's, Chillagoe, who has been ailing for some time past, had a nasty time on Friday evening last (says the "W. and T. Miner"), and was conveyed to the hospital suffering from hemor-...

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AYR TRAMWAY BOARD. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

AYR TRAMWAY BOARD. MONTHLY MEETING. The annual monthly meeting of the Ayr Tramway Board was held at the   Board's office, Townsville, on Thurs- day morning. There were present— Mr J. Hodel (presiding), Messrs P. Mine- han, McAlister, Jas. H. Rae, H. R. Thomson (secretary), and the engineer (Mr J. Elliott).           PROPOSED SIDING.       A letter was read from W. Ching Do, Brandon, asking the chairman to put in a siding at Haughton River. In connection with the request, Mr   J. Elliott, engineer, reported that he had inspected the place and found that to put a dead-end siding capable of holding four cane wagons would cost £70.                   The president said Mr Ching Do had seen him about the matter and asked him to press upon the Boa...

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

NEVILLE— GILMORE. A very quiet but pretty wedding took place on July 3 at St. James's Cathe- dral when Mr E. H. Neville was united   in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Adah Gilmore, both of Cairns. The bride was given away by Mr C. D. Lynch, and was attended by Miss Clara Gorton as bridesmaid. The wedding breakfast was spread at Fitzpatrick's Court House Hotel.

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. WINTON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph.). (From Our Correspondents.^ QUEENSLAND. WlNTON. July n What might have been a most seri ous conflagration occurred to-day. 1 he stables and laundry of the CluW Hotel were discovered to be .-?! fire about \M oU. l lie wiuu uwi'i '????- ? swept the names from one end of the building to the other in an Incredibly short space of time, carrying volumes of smoke over the central building. in the main street. For a short time in tense anxiety prevailed, and it was feared the flames might reach the Aus tralian Hotel and then practically swoop the town; but the 111' brigade wore quickly on tin- .scene and suc ceeded' in conquering the Haii.es after the stable buildings hn-1 hivii cnn pletcly gutted. The origin of Hie lire is a mystery, no one having entered the building for days past. The loss is considerable, including a cordial manu facturing plant. The fire brigade old splendid work. RICHMOND, July 11. D'-over Charley Mills passed to-day with 1000 Lawn Hills co...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 11. The City Council has adopted the re-   commendation of the finance commit- tee to continue Sunday concerts. The subject provided some discussion and two amendments were moved, one to restrict the music to sacred items, and the other to discontinue the concerts altogether. Both were defeated. Ellen Hoolahan was at the Camden Police Court, committed for trial on a charge of administering poison to her mother, Bridget Higgins, with intent to kill her. The evidence showed that Higgins, with whom her widowed daughter lived, was in the habit of taking extract of malt and cod liver oil. After she had taken a dose of it one day recently she was taken ill and strychnine poison was suspected. The Government Analyst found that the ex- tract contained strychnine crystals, and that a dessert spoonful would have proved fatal. The startling statement made yester- day in Parliament regarding diseased meat has met with a prompt reply from the firm compl...

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[?] TO INTENDING [?] [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

RAILWAY FARES TO INTENDING SELECTORS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 11. Lands Department formerly had a system under which the selector paid his fare in the first instance, but was given a refund when he took up a selection. When the rush of southern settlers set in the system was gradu- ally merged into one under which free passes were granted to those who gave evidence of bona fides, but admittedly a number of persons obtained passes without being properly entitled to them. At the same time the depart- ment held the view that the invest- ment was a good one, on account of the manner in which the State was ad- vertised. A middle course is now sug- gested, that a kind of coupon should be issued on payment of the amount of the fare, and that on this the applicant should be entitled to travel to any part where be desires to inspect land. There he would have the coupon en- dorsed by an agent or other person, with a statement that the land was inspected, and that, when this coupon was ...

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The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907. TICKS AND LEGISLATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907

PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907. TICKS AND LEGISLATORS. Cattle producers who visited Towns- ville last week and are members of the North Queensland Pastoralists' Asso- ciation met at the office of the secre- tary, Mr W. A. Ackers, on Friday to discuss a reported project for legisla- tion to compel owners of herds to dip them at short intervals, the object be- ing elimination of the tick pest. It is not believable that the Government has such a law as that in contemplation and still less so that Parliament would pass such an absurdity. The object is unattainable by that method, be- cause ticks do not depend entirely on cattle for their existence. The method is impracticable, because frequent mus- terings and dippings of large herds of bush cattle are not possible. These two objections were humorously stated by two of the assembled cattlemen. One of them remarked that to attain the object of tick elimination it would be necessary to dip the dingoes as well as the stock, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

HEARNESBE0,SnSTIS Tine Famous Remedy for , COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, & CONSUMPTION; Has the Largest Sale of any Chest Medicine in the World. ! BrJhC H^rSfWnrS^ ,ItS ^S P?Tr Is nl«rvelI«-«' Sufferers from any form of Bronchitis. Cough. Difficulty of ' BreauuDg, novseneu, nun or soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and Immediate relief* and to Hm«« mhn am .nhiiu-Hn c^aa* »- *i.. ri.-, -- t. : I 1.1 L efieci. ? Complete Cnre. It Is most comforting in allayinVirritation in the throat ul||-^ rtreng?h to £T£to £d it nri hir a° lows^ ^ouri^r A9 SSl'? ?h£™ '' Beware of Imitations ! th« «re«t nuoeeu Of hkarne's bronchitis curb, hu induced a number ; of unprincipled person* to make imitations, each calling hto medlolne 'Bronchlti. Our*,- with the object or ^iir^ «**»''l-le-mln«*«'. ?»* ?© attune a sale for an imitation which ha. none of the beneficial effect, that HKASMF8 BRONOHITI8 OURE has. Ooneequentlr It has become necessary to draw your attention to this fact. ^ and to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

Sins a sons of Peppermint. The euro that's made 1'y Woods. For one and sixpence v.miiIi of cost A sovereign's v.i'lV. uf {rood. When the bottle's upi-ncd. Its praise all all people sing, 'Tis certain euch a sovereign Cure Would set up any King.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

Lepal NotictR N THE 'SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND, TOWNSVILLE. IN the Will of ROBERT ANDER SON, late of Townsville, in the State of Queensland, Ketin.il Offi cer of Customs, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, ap plication will be made to this Honor able Court that Probate of the Will or the abovenamcl ROBERT ANDER SON, deceased, may be granted to MARTHA ANDERSON, of Townsvlllo aforesaid, v.idciw. and PETER KELLY, of the same plm-i-. Mercantile Clerk, the Executors nami'il ii: the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it, may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before tlio grant is made. Dated this First day of July, 1007. ' HOBBS. WILSON & CO., Solicitors for Executors. Denham-street, Townsville. Brisbane Agents— Foxton, Hobbs and Macnish, Solicitors.

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