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STOCK AND BEEF MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
STOCK AND BEEF. MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 12. Brisbane.— Sheep, 9s 9d to 25s; lambs, 6s 3d to 16s 9d ; bullocks, £7 Ds to £9 17s 6d ; cows, £4 to £-- 15» Sydney.— Sheep, 12s to 23s ; lambs, Ss to 28a 9d ; bullocks, £6 10s to £12 10s; cows, £4 10s to £8 10s.
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. (By Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. (By Telegraph.) The market is dull and prime lots are not so numerous. This morning's prices are generally weaker. To day's leading prices are :— Lucerne chaff. 4s lid (passed) Oaten chaff. 4s 4d Mixed chart. 4s 2d Lucerne hay. 4s 2d Maize. 2s fi^d (passed) Potatoes, 5s 4d Sweet potatoes. Is 3d Chlch wheat. 2s 4d (passed) Pumpkins, Is Cd , Eggs, ordinary lid to liytd, special Is 2d to Is 4d; large supplies, poor de mand. Butter, 9%d to lOl&d.
BRISBANE AND THE MAIL SERVICE. BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
BRISBANE AND THE MAIL SERVICE. nitlSEANE. Julv 12. Kow that the Federal Government liavo approached the Orient Co. with a view to a temporary service being arranged [ending the acceptance of a nev/ tender, the question has arisen whether Queensland .should continue to pay the subsidy of £20,000 a year, or whether the Federal Government should take over the whole payment. Mr David Anderson, manager of the Orlont Co. haa been on a brief visit' to Brisbane, during which he had a long Interview with the Premier (Mr Kld _ston) and with others interested In the service. Mr Kidston was not disposed to make any. communication to-night concerning the nature of his interview with Mr Anderson. He remarked :— 'The public do not seem to understand that the matter Is not. -a political one, but commercial business, and must be dealt with on commacclal lines.'' Mr Kidston gave Indication that he was closely watching the position which would bo created by the Federal Government continuing the servic...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
THE WOOL MARKET. The Xew Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Company, Limited, have received the following cablegram from their London office under date the 10th Inst. :— Wool.— The sales oencd yester day at an average decline of 7V4 p«r cent to 10 per cent, on last sales' clos ing rates for coarse crossbred slipe, medium crossbred slipe ; and a decline ot from par to G per cent, on crossbred lambs, medium greasy crossbred, and coarse greasy crossbred. It was fur ther stated:— The sales opened at the level of last sales for fine crossbred ; merino market firmer. (By Telegraph.) , BRISBANE, July 12. Latest statistics to hand show that the average price per bale obtained for wool sold in the Brisbane market during the last twelve months amoun ted to £15 4s, and In the Sydney mar ket £14 3s, being one guinea In favor of Brisbane. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 12. The following were among the prices realised at the wool sales to-day: — Berawinia, 9%d; Ruthven, 22d; Taylor (Welltown), 13d; Mi...
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. Owners should bear In inind that nominations for the Herbeil River J.C. annual aro due with Mr R. S. Alston, secretary, on Wednesday iiuxt. The sccrctaiy of the Townsvlllo Turf Club will recjlvo local entries. At a meeting of the Townsvihc Sporting Club committee held last night It was decided to hold a race meeting at the Show Grounds on August 3. The rlillng of A. J. Hodel on Larrikin in the Exhibition Handicap Trot on Sat urday was considered and it was de cided to fine him £2 for suspicious tac tics.
NORMANTON J C. ANNUAL [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
NORMANTOH J G. ANNUAL The following weights have been de clared ,by Mr M. Clifford for the Nor manton annual: — l'LYING HANDICAP, G furlongs.— Regulator 10.^. I'urtunlor -..I2 Hecovery 9.9, Cullp 9.7. Loiclfnardt v..\ Clonagli 9.0, Firewnrks «.IL cappentahia handtcap. 7 fur lon.js— Ke^iilalm- fl.12. Fnrtiiiil«r !t.1O, Rcovrry 3.7, Qiillp !-.:;. CI-iiimkIi 8 IS. Citilrha R.3. Flrcwi rks S.9. Senator 8.7. N'J.C. HANL-ICAP, 1 mile — Regula tor !'..], Forluniei 9.S. Rcoverv !).^. QuMp 9.S. Clo:ia^h S.I0, Cltalpha 8.7, Fireworks S.7. 1 oeaftlo S 7. FiT.ST HACK.— Victory 10.], Lelrh hardl XX Sllveisptay V5, Citnlnha 9 2. rteaisnai S.ll. Blue Mantle S.9. .SKCOND HACK.— Vlclr.ry r-.13. Lelch lwvdt 9 7, Bead ?:: an f.i, p:ut; Mantle 8.7.
TO-DAY'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
TO-DAY'S MAILS. Townsville to Charters Towers and intermediate places : 6 a.m., 12.15 p.m., and 5.43 p.m. Ravenswood and places between Ra venswood Junction and Ravenswood : 5.45 a.m. and 12.15 p.m. Ayr and places on Lower Burdekln : 1.30 p.m. For Port Douglas via Lucfnda Point, Cardwell, Cowley, Dunk Island, Clump Point : Newspapers and packets, C.15 a.m.; ordinary letters, 7.15 a.m.; late fee letters, 7.30 a.m. (Per s.s. Lass o' Gowrie.) For Mackay. Rockhampton, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart and Lauu ceston: Newspapers and book packets, 4.4r, p.m.; registered letters, 5 p.m.; ordinary letters. C.43 p.m.; late fee let ters, 0 p.m. (Per s.s. Bombala.) For Cairns, Herberton, Port Douglas, and Mossman : Newspapers and pac kets. CAT, p.m.; registered letters. 5 p.m.; ordinary letters. 7.43 p.m.; lite fuo letters, 8 p.m. (Pw s.s. Marlon.) For Tuny River: Newspapers and packets, 5.45 a.m.; ordinary letters. 6.45 a.m.; late fee letters, 7 a.m. (Per Etliel Jackson.)
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
COMMERCIAL. 'Bulletin' Office Friday Evening The produce markets during the past week have been steady. Maize.— Kair lots are now coming forward from the Atherton district, as well as from Brisbane. Potatoes.— New locals are coming In slowly, the quality of the Imported be ing especially prime. Flour.— Tbe southern markets have advanced since last week, and there Is a prospect of a further advance. Bran and pollard are firm at last week's rates. Cheese.— The Brisbane price has ad vanced %d per Ib. Bacon has advanced Id per lb to day. This Is due to the scarcity of pigs in Southern Queensland. The following are the ruling quotations : Bacon, 8^d to 9d Butter, Is Id to la 3d Bran, Is 3d to la 6d Compressed fodder, £5 15s to £6 Cheese (loaf), Sd to 9%d Chaff (oaten), £6 16s to £6 10s .Chaff (lucerne), 18 to £8 10s . Eggs, 2s to 2s »d Hay (Geelonr oaten), £7' 10a to t8 10s - Hay (Bathuret oaten), £10 10a Horn, ll-id tor Is Malse, 8s 7d to 8s 8d OstB, 4b to 4s Sd O(l cake, £9 16b : Ohfpn...
FOOTBALL TOWNSVILLE V. RAVENSWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
.FOOTBALL (By THREE-QUARTER.) TOWNSVILLE V. RAVENSWOOD. Of the two matches to be played to day on the Athletic Sports Reserve In terest, of course, centres on the Inter city match, Townsville v. Ravenswood. Both tea:iis hnve been looking forward to the contest, Townsville probably more than their opponents on account of the ignominious defeat they sus tained In the first match this season. ?. Play will commence punctually at hair-mnl throe-, and as a curtain-raiser IIiq Norths (Jimiors) will try conclu Ki )nn with a combined 15, play com mcnc'.iiT nt 2.TJ0 p.m. Excellent play Rlumld be witnrsflod In both matchcR. Mr F. Crnig will rnferoe. the big match.
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July li. Marquis Ho's newspaper at Tokio as serts that it is difficult to accept the assurance that the coming American lleet manoeuvres In the Pacific are not connected with the situation between Japan and America. 'We regret,' it remarks, ' that Washington thinks it necessary. to lako such a precautionary measure, (hough we do no( attach seri ous Importance to the matter.' Baron Yamamoto, speaking at a banquet at New York, slated that the commercial and oilier Intimacies of the two nations wore too close and cordial to permit of trifling Incidents destroying them. The dark cloud now apparent' would soon disappear and Japan trusted to America's high sense of Justice to rectify Japanese griev ances In San Francisco.