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CANTERBURY PARK RAGES (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

CANTERBURY PARK RAGES (By Telegraph.) MYDNEY. July 13. Fine weather favored the Canter bury Park Cluh for their mooting to -!ay, and (here was a Targe attendance. The principal ovpiil resulted :— CANTRRISUIIY HANDICAP, V/t Mile. ' II. BoHon's b in Set Free, by Climax — Cuddy, Gyrs. ? 1 F. Hill's blk m Ciowrie, Gyrs ? 2 G. Massey's b h The Palmist, aged 3 There were six others. Betting : 6 to 1 Gowrlc. Won by a length. Time. 2.13V4. (The belting on the winner was not wired.)

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

SPORTING. TURF NOTES: Owners should bear In mind that nominations for the Herbert River J.C. annual meeting are due with Mr R. S. Alston, secretary, on Wednesday. The secretary of the Townsville Turf Club will receive lbcal entries. It might also.be as well to mention that the Halifax Racing Club entries for their mooting to take place a week later than the H.It J.C. require atten tion on Wednesday, July -24. The Cairns-Mulgrave Jockey Club committee have Issued their pro gramme for a nnc-day meeting to be held on Saturday, September 7. Over seven events, £135 is divided as fol lows :— First Handicap Hack Race, of £10, r- furlongs; Flying Handicap, of £20, G furlongs; Show Amateur Hurdle Race, of £25, 1% mile; Kecond Hack Race, of £10, 7 furlongs; Show Handi cap, of £40, 1 mile; Third Handicap Hack Race, of £10, G furlongs; and Farewell Handicap, of £20, 7 furlongs. . Tlfe hurdle race is confined to horses that have actually taken jumps at the Cairns Show of 1907 to be held the same...

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CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE, (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS. .Tulv 13. The following were to-day's quota tions- — Chillagoe, paid, b 8s Cd s 10s; Mun ga.na, b 11b b 11s 4d; O.K.. h Ss 3d s 9s 7d; Mount Mollov. b 19s s 20s: Sweet Williams, s £6; Kampden Clcncurry, b 13s s 13s 6d; Chillaffoe-nuddlgoie, » £13 10s. s £14 10s; Endua-...r ami i^csMp. b £8 10s s £9 6s; Vuican. b Ss s Ss 3d; Stan nary Hills, b 5s 3d s os 0d; Smith's Creek, b 9s «d s 10s; Dabiell's. b Os id s 5s 5d; Gilmore, b Cs Cd s 7s; Dead Finish, b £9 s £f 10s; Mitchell River Gold and Antimony, s 7s 3d; Durham Consols, 1) 3s s T.ts 6d. Salts. Chillagoe, paid, at 8s 9d; O.K., at 9s nd and 9s 6d; L'alziell's at 5s 2d and 5s 3d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

ARE YOU ASTHMATICftLP THE BALSAMIC PINE ODORS FROM PEPS BRING CERTAIN' RELIEF. It Is difficult to overstate the (n rors of asthma: the sudden spasnndl gasplng for breath, tho feeling of ut ter helplessnoT and despair, the feir of suffocation, and the terrible struer Rle for the breath of life-are all f jlly known to the unfortunate sufferer. 'Asthma la particularly a nervous disorder. The cramp of the muscles about the bronchial tubes, the throat, and chest Is duo to nervous weakness; but that weakness is the direct result of chronic disorders and congestion of the breathing apparatus, brought about in most cases by chronic bron chitis, and neglected or wrongly treated colds. The advent of Peps marks the dawi of a new era for sufferers from asthma. Peps bring the pure swee-. breath 'of the natural pine forest to their aid. By a sufferer'n fireside, n.t his work, in tho street, or anywhere where the spasmodic cramp of asthma threatens, ho should always have a few Peps handy. By the a...

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MASONIC INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

MASONIC INSTALLATION. The joint installation of the officers of l.cdtrcs St. Andrew Sift S.C. and r,-iii,.niiil !W7 S.( was soli-mnisi'd at liu- Tu-.viisville Masimic Hall on the lllli inst. The ^n\i. lvo. Master. Pa. \i'( ?? I '.i-o. J. Iicitteu, vms installing i:;a:-H'r. and he v. as assisU-d by ndlccrs i.f i!h- District Orand Lodge cif North Qriv.uslanil (S.i?.). The. fnllowiug His. (I.!,, nllkvrs a.ssisted: Wi.r. Itrns. W. Tiv^ar (D..-).O.\V.), J. Carroll (I).j.(i.W.). J. Fraser (I'.G. Secretary), 1!. Cilibon (l).Ci. Tivas.). W. McKay (1-.(,. Chaplain). U. W. Hastings (l).-i. Hen. D.), J. Aitcliison (O.O. Jun. D.I. Christie (!-.-!. I.G.), .S. McMillan aivl Gray (n.d. sir«-ar.ls-, J Thomas (I)c;. Tyler) ami J. 15. ' McAllister (I).G. I Mr. Cer--iiinnii-s). Tin- hall wa-- l-.M-Jlifullv decu-ated with laski-ts ??' f.-vns, anl the walls w,..,. ,!,.;i;i..'. v.ili the Il.i-.T.s i-f all naiiiiis. Wnr. I im. Hall had clmr-e (if the nuisical i.Kition -.if l'.ic (viviiuniy. and with a iik...

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ODD STOCK AND OTHER NOTES FROM SOUTH-WEST QUEENSLAND. WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

ODD STOCK AND OTHER NOTES PROM SOUTH-WEST QUEENS LAND. (Specially Written for 'N. Q. HcraH' by H.7.I1.) Wl'.VTllRR. At time of writing a light drizzling rain Is falling, much resembling tlu« tears thai fall from Ihe Pve lashes of the anccls when another soul is launched on Its sinful career tlirniiR'.i this terrestrial sphere. Pn far said tnarR liave not aggregated in points, and from present indications it will take fully a week to bring the total up to the Inch. Pain has been hang in-r al'O-it for wiie lime, but appears reluctant to fall, and unless it makes up Sis mind to -ln one thins or the other very soon, it is to 1-e hoped Ihe weather remains dry. for no iron 1 would come of a heivy fall towards (bo cn,| of the month. Wnler Is r.till wanted In many places In the (llslrlct. b-it all hope nf a fall heivy enough to do any good from n surface water point of view Is fast drifting away. TPnT*S. Tlie outbreak r.f the tick trouble In this dirtriet has for the time being at niiv rate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

A.US.K 08:ffi 1 STEAMERS ore intended to be des patched from JETTY WHARF, as under :— ' BOWBN 1 MACKAY I WYANDBA, ROCKHAMPTON Capt. J. GraW, (Keppel Bay) ! Monday, July 16, BRISBANE! ? 1 P^»* BUNDABBBO* MARY-B'R'UGH* SYDNEY WODONGA, MELBOURNE . J. E. Meaburn, Transhipping for Monday, July 22, Adelaide and 1 p.m. Fremantle ? ^ BOWEN BINGBRA, MACKAY j Every Monday. . GLADSTONE : At 9.46 BRISBANE from j Railway Station. CAUtNS ' 1 WODQNGA, I PORT DOUGLAS] J. B. Meaburn, COOKTOWN jruly 17, at 2.30 p.m. ? From Jetty. 1 ' 'maranoa, COQKTOWM ^Saturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS't-|' 2 P.m. NORMANTON I From Town Wharf BURKETOWN 1 Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. LUCINDA POINTJ KURANDA. CARDWELL J Every Monday. MOURILYAN f 10 a.m. GERALDTON |From Jetty Wharf CAIRNS fNo cargo received PORT DOUGLAS | On Mondays. BRISBANE f MARANOA, (direct) f Friday, August 2nd At reduced fares | 9 a.m. From Town Wharf Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particulars apply to— BURNS. PBTLP & CO.. LTD., , ...

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ENTERTAINMENTS. WILLOUGHBY-WARD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

IWi^&QBm^WAtiB'cCJMPANT. ^iiibUgti^J^^'feiSoli on Saturday ^gfat last^^?*Mll-a^ji'dod, the one act nlay ''Ttie'.'Ve.eoiiond.' and the 'three-act comedy, 'The Talk of tho ?TTtown' .being iirtsented. In the toraiw Mr HugrT Weird, who star.dB In the flrst rantt-ofcewn^Uans,- proved that he '1« cquolT^ *^6a'ih the art ot dra^ins tears from liix audience anil causing quite an unusual demand on pocket handkerchiefs. The impersonation of the lirokoiv-down old wurrlur was a flnlBn'6d piece ' br netins,- his descrlp Uon ot the oaftle iii ' w-hlch lie led his men and fell Jr- Vhe ^ort-rn-iit o' lli« terrible seenn was a rousing and w. 11 sustalned aeclamatlon; nnJ !n ilu climax, \yhero lie recognises time through dr'unVenncHs and vagalionilasc lie lids JoBt tln- right t'i nuiltc hlmsclt knovn to his pure and iK-aullftil dausrii ter, but totters forward and kls=es tls ; hen- (rf her garment, his quality as an accomplished aiUst was triumphantly proved. Iibund upon mund of a:-- plaure w...

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SATURDAYS MATCHES. RAVENSWOOD DEFEATS TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

SATURDAYS MATCHES. RAVENSWOOD DEFEATS TOWNS VILLIS. (By Three-ci-iir'r:'.) The matches played on Saturday re sulted :— Ravenswood, 17 puintr. ; Townsvllln. G. Combined Juniors, 3 points ; Norths (Juniors), nil. Interest centred on the intor-cily match, Townsvlllo v. Ravenswood, which commenced immediately after the conclusion of tho junior match. Tho weather conditions were far from favorable to good football, an unpleas ant wind blowing all tho afternoon. As the teams took their places on the field it was noticed Hint Ravenswond had an advantage in weight, which was noticeable, in their scrum work. The teams were :— Townsville. — Full-back, Ogden ; three-quarters, Brown. Horn, Cowle. Murphy ; five-olghth, Robinson ; half, Montelth ; forwards, Wlxted, Lowry, Fraser, Callinan. Flanagan, Boulter. Shields, Whitson. Ravenswood team. — Full-back, D. Johnson ; thrcc-o.uarters, V. F. Bar ton, W. Peek. P. Smyth, P. White; five-eighth, A. May; half-back, G. Venahles ; forwards, G. May, J. Go...

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RETURN OF MR HUGHES. INTERVIEWED IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

- RETURN OF MR HUGHES. iNTJERVIEWED IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE. July 14. 'Mr W. M. Hughes, who was one of ?the Australian delegates tf- the Naviga .' :JUphjConference in England, is a pas *liffliirer*lHhe Aorangt to Sydney. Mr ^Basnetl, in the course of an interview, ?SSI&SttlYthe Navigation Conference fjEfrevwaB'a -good deal of .difference of lainiptt. BB4-#**iPBi*«ay «°- !irhfe BMW took up a imSShi-lltUhide to colonial delegates, Offipfifl^ti^sounteously. There was a HH^mt|flvl«ton bf, opinion; on the BBrapplU^awa inspect to had, through their representatives, ap proached the Colonial OfHce, pnintins out that the Intention of Australia to pass certain laws would be inimical to the shipping interests of Great Britain. The conference, however, unanimously decided that the Australian Common wealth had a perfect right to make whatever laws it pleased, subject, of course, to their being constitutional. Looking at it from a sem'ial standpoint, the work nf the con ference was very sat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

f. 6aRR#LLSS Great Sstlo. i . . . . . ? i . . Glean Sweep at ' Carrolls .' r It's a glorious time for Bargains, not a c rner of the Storo has hnt-n skipped, not. a shelf or a drawer or a package missed. Every article has lee a lnok«.i at with 17 «s of Coldest Criticism and its profits mercilessly cut: Former values h-vc counted mighty MtV. What has been or what may be has not been regarded. We arc woiking f'r NQVff . The Store has been taken over by IMCr. Hush, and every article must be cle/ired nut within the next two wee.**. Think what th's means 10 TTOXT- It means that yo 1 wll. Eftve ihe opportunity of buying tlie best of Goods cheaper »y a long way than i\t.y other store could offer. Come for the Bargains. They won't last for much longer HERE'S TBB CLTMAX IN VALUE-GIVING. 5000 useful Remnants, consisting of J^rsss Goods, Flannellette, Prints, Calicos, Sheeting, Ribbons, Ii^ces, Embroideries, to be given away at any price. 50 pieces Dress Trimmings at Id pe/- yard. £3J&J...

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IRVINEBANK NOTES. IRVINEBANK, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

IRVINEBANK NOTES. ('N.Q. Herald's' Correspondent.) IRVINEBANK. July fi. Last Sunday saw quite an inlrrfst ing feature In the rootball world— two matches. The first was between the new Royal Club and the Irvine-bank 13. team. The iatU-r nflcr a slow R.i'iio won by twelve points to nil. Then came the match of the day, the lornl A. team v. Coolgarra. This match was a real good one and among Uie I ? :=t evi-r playi-1 hem. Although 111' Hankers scored heavily, their work was cut out, as tho Coolgarra defence was kceniy maintiilned. Coolgarra scored first, falling; to convert, nii'l then Irvinebank scuri-d four tries, !-in none were converted. Hie gainc-cixliir.; Irvinebank 12, Cuolgarra 3. Tom Kins? acted as referee for (he first match, and Jack Russell fur the seccnrl. Tin1 loams wore entertained at luncheon at the Royal Hotel. The Atherton team heat Herbcrton by 14 points to nil, and at Boon moo, Chillaogn were defeated by the Stannary Hills team by 1(1 points to nothing. Our annual ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

Eruption Broke Out In Spots All Over Body— Caused a Continual Itching for Two Years— Doctor's Medicine Did no Good— Cured at a Small Expense, and Now THANK? CUJICURA Ft)R COMPLETE CURE 'SoipjB time «go I wrote you for a book .on .tbe Cuticura Remedies and reeeivea it 0. K. and went and' bought the Soap, Ointment, and Pills. They did me more good than any medicine I ever wed. They cured me of my akin disease, and I am very thAnUul to you. My trouble was eruption of the skin, which broke out in spots all over my body, and caused a 'continual itching which nearly drove ;inc .wild at times. I got medicine of a doctor, but it did not cure me, and when I eaw in a paper your ad.. I sent to you for the Cuticura book and I studied my case in it. I' then went to the drug store and bought one cake of Cuticura Soap, one box of Cu ticura Ointment, and one vial of Cuti cura Pills. From tbe first application I received relief. I used the first set and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap, and was comp...

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. WINTON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

INTERSTATE' (By Telegraph.) QUEENSLAND. WINTON, July '. Two young men named. Tli ? :i* Chelllngworth aiut Francis Johnson arc beii.g; proceeded against on summons on a charge of cat tie stealing. The defendants hold couii.'.ry at Hosobrook, where tho offence is alleged to have occurred. Both are well Known, and the case is set down for hearing on the 23rd. One hundred and fifty rams arrived yesterday for Warrnambool Downs ; Drover Muir in charge. Dagworth started shearing on Wed nesday. Owing to the sca.vctty of rouscabouts it Is Impossible to employ a full board of shearers. Thirty are engaged, but there are still seven vacant stands. Dagworth Is owned by Macpherson and Company. Laahy Company have a contract at Winton. The company's portabto plant expects to get a start at Olio oi? Thursday, when several thousand selectors* sheep are to be shorn. A lad named Fass was carrying a pea rifle over his shoulder with his hand on the muzzle when the weapon went oil', the pellet going throu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

?iKif ORD BROS. Hgp a. *. Awmppn. j-hb ems. s. o. wakbford. ?h' AuotioneenB) PENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, I- , — ? p Complete Household Furnishers. r ,;*. . ? . r*s I»ARGE 6TOCKS OP NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE '% ALWAYS ON HAND. I Also VEHICLES OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. £ CASH BUYERS OP SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. / SECOND-HAND VEHICLES BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale: 'PIANOS.— Makers, 'J. Irmler.' perfect Instrument of beautltul tone: price. 60 Guineas. 'Stclner,' 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.— E. J. and VT. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, flG, £1C, to £36. Light Lorry, In splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £18. Spring Van, £12. Waggonet te. In good order, £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new, £22. Nearly new Pony D...

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AT THE HAGUE CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

AT THE HAGUE CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 13. America, Great Britain, and Japan supported France's proposal enjoining an explicit ultimatum or a formal de claration of war before the opening of hostilities, also prompt notification to neutrals. The Dutch amendment pro scribing Van interval of 1!4 hours be-1 tween the declaration and commence ment of hostilities was defeated in com r.iitlc-e by 16 votes to 14, with five ab stiniions, and France's proposal was accepted with two voles against and two abstentions from voting.

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MR KEIR-HARDIE. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

MR KEIR-HARDIE. LONDON, July 12. Mr Kejr-Hardie, speaking at Man chester, said he intends to decline re election to the chairmanship of the Labor party, as he can do better work for Socialists as a- free lance. During xhis tour he Intends telling Hindoos that Socialists are anxious that justice should be done them, and that the working classes in Great Britain desire Home Rule for India.

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NATIONAL POULTRY CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

NATIONAL POULTRY CONFER ENCE. LONDON, July 13. Mr J. W. Taverner (Agent-Generi.i for Victoria) presided over the com mercial section of the National Poultry Conference in Reading. Mr Xorlun, oC South Australia, read a paper on cold storage of eggs, and Mr Cameron, of New Zealand, a paper on cold storage of poultry.

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THE KOLAPORE CUP. THE STOCK EXCHANGE MATCH. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

THE K0LA.PORE CUP. THE STOCK EXCHANGE MATCH. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 12. ' The result of the Kolapore Cup re sulted in Motherland and Australia a tie with 77S each. Motherland takes the cup as having tho better score at 600 yards. Australia led at 200 yard* with 260. Guernsey and Canada fol lowed with 257 each. . The motherland only totalled 252. The motherland made the highest score at E00 - yards with 269 ; Canada scored 267 and Aus tralia 263. Their totals were then :— Canada, 524 ; Australia, 523 ; Mother land C21. The motherland pulled up its deficiency at 600 yards, scoring 2ST against Australia's 255. This left the, aggregate for the motherland and Aus tralia equal ; but as the former had scored the bigger total at the longest range they counted Australia out, add the Kolapore Cup remains In England until the next Bisley meeting. The Australians' totals - were : — Edwards, 100 ; Addlson, 99 ; Howitt, 99 ; Searle. 98 ; Candy, 97 ; Cutler, 87 ; Dawson, 95; McLeod, 93. Searle m...

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THE STOW [?] MATCH. WON BY HARRY MOTTON. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

THE STOCK EXCHANGE MATCH WON BY HARRY MOTTON. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 14. Mr H. Motton won the Stock Ex- change match with 103, made up of 35, 35, 33, over the Kolapore ranges. Shaw, a Brisbane representative in the Aus- tralian team, was second with 102—35, 32, 35. There were 1200 competitors In   this match. [It may be assumed that Mr Motton was not chosen to shoot in the Kola- pore Cup match, as he did not leave Australia as one of the team, but made the journey independently.— "Straight- bar."]

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