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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] CHINESE STOREKEEPERS. (To the Editor.) &nbsp; Sir,— Your article of 13th inst. on "Early Closing and Alleged Breaches of the Act" should, and I earnestly hope will, arouse the powers that be from their lethargy to the realisation of tlhe impending peril to the European traders through the flagrant abuse of Chinese traders, as nightly practised in the city and suburbs, of the provi- sions of the Early Closing Act. You have struck the right note, sir, and through the white traders in this town is heard to-day a sigh betokening re- &nbsp; lief that the injustice of their position has been set forth in the pages of your influential journal— the first spark, let us hope, that is to be fanned into a flame of righteous indication, as we dwell on the injustice to which we, as white traders, are subjectedd through the grossly unfair competition of these &nbsp; Chin...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
PERSONAL. A Melbourne telegram under Sun day's date says:— News from Point Lonsdale about Mr Deakin continues to be satisfactory. On July 11, a very old identity ol Cairns in the person of Mr H. C: Han sen, passed away at the age of 59 years (says the Cairns 'Post' of July 11). The deceased bad for a great uum ber of years followed the business or blacksmith and wheelwright and was until quite recently In good health. . Mr Hansen, who durtng his long resi dence in Cairns, had made man£ friends, leaves a ?feon and daughter to moum 'their loss. The funeral whicU took place yesterday -was largely at tended. Capt. McPhall, who Is relinquishing the command of the Kuranda on the return to Townsvllle on Friday (says the Cairns 'Post' of July 11), was yesterday entertained at lunch at the imperial Hotel, when the toast of his health was honored and good wishes expressed for his success in his future career. ' ? ? ?** i; First-class Constable Brennan, at present stationed in Cairns, has been...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
ARRIVALS K -^uly !«.— Wy^oftra, a, Captain James p3t*hl, from Cooktown via ports. Pas Spongers :—Mesdames Bruce, Berge, U&iia and maid. *\ J. Smith and child, ? Bherwood, J. Wright and eon, Delk, Buohanan, A. Ford, Sherrington, E. Bevan, Howttt, 0. 'Fleck, McLeod, J. ? UcLeod, Fitzgerald, Butler, Merrifleld, Robinson, 6tarke, C, A. Hogg. Fischer, G. M. A'Beckett; Misses Weatheson, Deeslle, Armatl, Crocker, Hack, Sea gren. Ik DavlB, Treasure, Buchanan, Collard, Smith, McLeod (2), Marshall, Powik, Dawson, M. C. and P. A. Toohey, Altken (2), A. M. Davidson, Hogg, Hartwlg, 8. P. Smith, A. OBeckett ; Judge A'Beckett, Dr Savage and child, Dr Howltt, Captain Cross; Messrs F. Blakeney, J. P. Larsen, C. C. Campbell, Levy. R- J- Parsons, C. H. Cochrane, D. and W. Shearer, Ezzy, R. J. Gelling, Jackson, Gelling, Mulr, R. Sampson, Pearson. O'Callaghan, F. Eames, F. O'Brien, junr., P. B. Sea gren, T. Head, H. Davis, C. Wood, R. J. ShankB, Buchanan, A. Ford, Dulhunty, W. R. Mayers, M. Beak...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 15, 1907. THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENTS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 15, 1907. THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIA- MENT'S WORK. In both Houses of the Commonwealth Parliament a week has sufficed for the usual criticism of the Government un- der cover of the motion for an Address- in-Reply to the Governor-General's speech. Not many members of the House of Representatives spoke to the motion, and only one at inordinate length. What benefit to Australia or his own reputation Mr Bruce-Smith ex- &nbsp; pected from speaking to an empty House for nearly six hours and thus establishing a record for loquacity is not worth the trouble of consideration. The real benefit to his country, that of holding up waste of Parliament's time to condemnation by the "shock- &nbsp; ing example" method was, no doubt, &nbsp; not his design. In the Senate similar moderation was also the rule. Queens- land's new Senators all spoke, but briefly and sensibly. The debate in both Houses, and the questions ad- dressed to Ministe...
EXPORT OF WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
EXPORT OF WOOL. The following return, Issued by the Collector of Customs, shows the num ber of bales of wool exported and transferred jfiterstate from each port in the State of Queensland during June, 1907 :— Brisbane.— 3408 bales for New South Wales, one for Victoria, 356S for the United Kingdom, 244 for Japan. S46 for Germany, 1181 for France, 243 for Bel gium : total, 9491. Gladstone.— Nine bales for New South Wales. Rockhampton.— 3092 bales for Now South Wales, 192 for Victoria, 1010 for tlie United Kingdom ; .total, 4294. Townsville.— 148 bales for the United Kingdom, &S1 for New South Wales ; total, 699. Burkotown.— 77 bales for New South Wales.
EXPORT OF SUGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
EXPORT OF SUGAR. The following return, issued by tho Collector of Customs, shows the quan tity of sugar exported from the under mentioned ports of Queensland from June 1 to Juno 30 :— Brisbane, 682 tons whites ; Bundaberpr, 672 tons whites, 165 tons rations ; Mackay, 36 tons ra tions ; Bowen, 84 tons whites ; Towns ville, 652 tons rations; Geraldton, 205 tons rations ; Port Douelas, 930 tons rations ; Cairns, 1228 tons rations ; totals, 133S tons whites. 3225 tons ra tions ; grand total, 4563 tons.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
COMMERCIAL. Quite a boom in pure-bred milking Shorthorns, the 'Mark Lane Express' notes, was evidenced at Mr George ' Tavlor's sale at Cranford. Middlesex. Lord Rothschild gave 160 guineas for the roan Barrington Duchess 31st, that r had a record of 1046 gallons of milk. Lord Winterstoke paid 100 guineas for Lady Agnes Waterloo, and 125 guineas for Lady Cranford Waterloo, two beau tiful red cows that gave 984 gallons and 879 gallons last year. Altogether, 63 cows and heifers averaced £62 12s 6d, and eight bulls averaged £68 lOs 3d.
RHEUMATISM AND DYSPEPSIA CURED. SALE BEANS BARN A GREAT SUFFERER'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
^RHEUilTlSM :i ' ,AN,D DyfiPEPSiA. CORED. i.LE BEANS BARN A GREAT SUFFERER'S GRATITUDE. Most people have foggy notions about 'rheumatism. A deep-rooted no tion prevails that exposure to cold, and especially tb 'wet, is the cause1 of rheumatic attacks. The truth te . that rheumatism Is directly due to bad di gestion, which pollutes the blood with acid impurities. Exposure to weather, damp beds, and draughts bring the trouble to a head by crystallising the acid In the joints or muscles thus local ising the pain. Plasters, rubbing, and liniments can only dislodge the pain. They do not cleaiiBe the blood or re move the cause. Bile Deans get right at the root of the trouble. They first set the digestion right and stop the supply of poisonous acid. .Then they help Nature to cleanse the whole sys tem of tho accumulated poison in the blood. Mrs. F. Holt, of Cumberland Street, Dunedin, N.Z., has proved this, and writes:— 'For years I have been a great sufferer from Rheumatism and Dyspepsia. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
1H^ ? / /' ? - ? A COLONIAL PRODUCTION. A CREDIT TO QUEENSLAND. 'STAND ABD' MILK. Uniform in Quality, and Compares Favorably with all others. — ??'? ?— ? A K THUS J. WAIiKLIt (Late Clark and BoblMon), - . SHARBBROKER. (Member Bt»ck Bxehang* of Adelaide.) toROOKMAN'S BUILDING. ADELAIDE London, Kalgoorlle, Paith, Melbourne, Sydney, Bollarat, Beudlgo, Charter* Towers, Broken Hill. Telegraphlo Addreas— 'CTANIDK.' Adelaide. Special Advertleementai. -NTORTH QUEENSLAND MOST ~1M GAGE & INVESTMENT COM' PANT, LIMITED. FLINDERS-STREET, TOWNfiVILLBL THIS Company Is prepared to MAKE ADVANCES AGAINST REAL ES TATE at LOW RATES of INTEREST. L. C. WOOLfiTCH, Secretary. WMOFFLIN AND CO., r SPOT CASH BOTEK^ KANGAROO, WALLABY. BBAB, and OPOSSUM SKINB, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Sheepskin*, and aU Meat Works'. Butchers', and Station Produoe. Highest Prices Qlven, Quick Returns a. BpecUlttjr, W. MOFFLIN & CO., FUndera-ttreet East, Tawnarllla. TT B. IHOIISON, PLINDBRS-STREET, . TOWNOVJiJiBL ReaU...
COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
COMSTOCKS 'DEAD SHOT 'WORM ' For the eradication of worms which Infest tho human system, Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets are a safe and reliable remedy. They not only kill the worms, but destroy the em bryo, without causing injury to tho bowels or affecting the most delicate constitution. Children from four to twelve years oi age are most subject to this comi.liint, although all ages 'are affected, from earliest Infancy to old age. Mothers should note th« symptoms -if thnir young children, ami If there is :i disposition to grind the teeth during sleep, excessive flow ot saliva and Met)) disturbed by sudden, frequent r.tai-w. you may be sure your child In t -oiihlcl with worms. Obtaln.il lo :it nil chemists and stores, or /rom tlie W. II. Comsaoek Co., Ltd., ti8 P.'H-Rtroat, Sydney. Price. Is 6d per box (hlx l.-oxos, 8s Cd). Mr CieWi 'who has teen listening to Mr Urov.-irs' account of a. trip ??'??? the coa.li: 'A -d how did you Ilk.; It. Mrs Brown?' Mrs Brown: 'Well, I didn't ce...
LYONS BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
lvuxs -i:i;ir,v.v. At St. Monica's I'liun-h on We.lnesil.iy ?'I Mletly M.-I.lil, ; «;,., 0, . 1 - - 1 - , -- . , ,.,], ^li,,. Mr 6. K. I^yonB, an -.eip-(^^^^K fiairnB TaUvfey, ari4--^BWPw^H?l Brown, ol Cairns, were ?J™-m^gEB&-M lock by the R*v. Father:,i3ft-|f4^^M bride, who was handsomely|?«reM«^5S was given away by Mr E. ' «!,f; 'm*M whilst the bridesmaids ?w«*.^^|^ little Misses Earl & and Vy&W??^^ j Mr J. Hayes was the best ''^.'?SSSSfiFr-'' was a large attendance at. *^*-S8*r^'-' to witness the ceremony. ^^f^j!SS,V breakfast was held in Uie ,HiblgW«ft .. Hall, when a large number o% tticnna were present to offer congratulation;* to the happy pair. -..*;.
SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
SOUTHERN SHARE MAP.KETS. (By Telecraph.* ? BRISBANE. July 15. The following are tho latest quota tions :— Chlllagoe, con., b 7s 7d s 7o lOd; for ward, b 7s 9S s Ss; DaMell's, ti 6s s oS Sd; forward, b Es 2d; Glassfjrd Creek, b Is 9%d; Mount Cannindah, b 4s s 4'? ;ld; forward, b 4k Id s 4s 3rl: Mount Merlin, con., b ti s £7 l'Js; Mount Mol loy, b 19s s 19s 2d; Mungana b 103 su s lls 2d; Macgrefior, s Cs Cd: O.K., b 9S 3d s 9s 5d; forward, b 9s 3d s 9s GJ; Peak Downs, paid, s 14s 9d; Phoenician Tin, con., s Is 6d; Queensland Explora tion, b 29s s 30s: forward, b £9s 6d s 31s, Vulcan, s 8s 3d; Chillagoo deben tures (ex all arrears of Interest), b £iB. Sales. Mount Canntndah at 4s; Queensland Exploration at 29s. Sydney Sales. O.K., at 9s 2d; month forward, 9s 3d and 9s 2d; 'Mount Molloy, 19s; Mun gana, month forward, lls lVfcd. Adelaide Sales. Chillagoe at Ss 4d and 8s 3d: Mount Ellloti. at 62s Cd; Mt Molloy at 19s and 18s- Mungana, at 10s 9d and 10 * 7%d; OK at 9s 3d, Ss 2a, and 9s Id;...