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THE MAIL CONTRACT. PREMIER RETICENT. BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
THE MAIL CONTRACT. PREMIER RETICENT. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July IS. In connection with the mail contract and Queensland's attitude concerning it, tin- Premier will not make any an nouncement. It is thought an an nouncement will be made at the open ing of Parliament concerning the mat ter. For children's Hacking Cough at Night. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is «rt.» The Landlord: 'Jim, go and fetch me th,. Encyclopaedia. There's a party wants consommay, and I'm blowed if I know whether it's a bird, or a Joint, or a table napkin.' Ask for Jones' IXL Jams. Stocked by all leading grooers* ALL LADIES should use SARAMA, They will find it a great aid to beauty. Man want* but little here below
STARTLING RUMORS. RELATIVE TO THE LAZARETTE. BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
STARTLING RUMORS. RELATIVE 'TO THE LAZA11ETTE. (Bv Telcsraiili.) BRISLi.i.NE, July 15. Grave allegations iiav-? been elrcu latoJ lately in connection with tiie lack ? of prlvision for segregation oC the sexes at Stradbrohe Inland lazaret tc, where there Is no barrier between the male and fema'.o wards, and no night watchman. Thn Under Home Secretary admitted yesterday that tho accommodation was inadequate, though no foundation for the lumors could l:c obtained by Hie Department. v The lepers will probably be removed to the new lazaretto at Peel Island this wack. Measures to iio taken lo ensure the 'proper segregation of tin1 sexes there are bring considered l-y th- Home. Sec retary, and he will visit IVel Islam! In conm ction with this niattor.
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
AMERICA. AND JAPA.N. LONDON. Julv 15. With regard to th ? arrest of a Japa nese spy at Sa:i Die?o, a discovery that no American law makes espion age a penal offencj has creau-i Intense surprise. Another Japanese employe! as a ser van: at Fort Rosecrans was found In possession of drawings and photos of the defences, ani copies of Government pauers. A mob of 10.000 peiplj at San L'lego became Intensely excited by an orator alleging that Japanese sple? were map ping the entire coast and taking ROundinzB. Baron Aoakl. en belni; interviewed, declared that it would be a hideously wicked action to Involve the two pow ers in war, and declared that their re lations. Wrre as fileidly now as ever. Referring to the mastery of the Pacific, he c'ccarei that the Pacific telongel to the woild. He believed the race question would :-c!just Itself.
HAGUE CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
HAGUE CONFERENCE. LONDON. July IB. The Fourth Commission discussed at great length 1he transformation of merchantmen into warships. Austtla propSced that a vessel that had onoe been . transformed must re main so throughout a war in order to prevent naval hermaphroditlnm. Germany urged that such transfor mation be-prohlMted In neutral waters. though It should be permissible in ths open sea. ' Great Britain contended thit trans formation being an act of Eovcielgnty could mnly be effected at home. .. Vranci augEwted the publication o£ each actof-p'Jji»vereIon and (he iiotlflr cation of neutrals; The United States defines as . abso lute contraband arms, ammunition, and objects destined. lor an enemy's mili tary establishments, and conditional contraband iaa objects which by reason of quantify *n a quality, If destined for ah enemv's'us*. must bo regarded as contraband. The United States Insists thai belligerents should supply neutrals with a1, list of- objects regarded as ab solute ani ...
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT FALLIERES. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
ATTEMPTRD ASSASSINATION' OF PRESIDENT FALLlKl?i-:S. LONDON. .Tulv 1'. When President Falli.its ™ p:iss ing through the Ave:iui- M.ir!(i:iy in Par!--, returning from linn^chnnips. a naval reservist named Maille. supposed to be a maniac, fired two revolver s'mls at him, an 1 was immediately arrest--d. Tw ) police nen prevented Malllc tiring aga-n. He paid his motive was to at tract attention to a grievance between himself and the State. The shots hit no one. President Fallieres. who turned slightly pale, sjmiled and bowed and drove on. Tlv rule- consider that Malllc's mind Is deranged, though he d mies it.
V.A.T.C GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES AND STEEPLECHASE. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
V.d.T.C GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES AND STEEPLECHASE. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE. July lli. The following weights were declared to-day for the V.A.T.C. Grand National meeting : — CAULFIELD GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES, 314 miles, loss 92 yards. st. lb. st. lb. Regret ? 12 3 Red Sea ? S 7 Solano ? 11 7 Dunlea ? 9 7 Lord Middle- Delatroy ? 9 1 ton ? 11 T- Mercury ? !) 5 Ballalaba ....11 3 Transport ... !1 G Brib'ery ? 11 1 Glencoe ? 9 5 Superstition .10 13 The Prior .... 9 5 The Wizard. .10 11 Topaz ? 9 2 Devonler ....10 7 Tod ? 9 0 Prestonpans .10 7 Manason ? 9 0 Nigel ? 10 5 Holdsberg ... 9 0 Lion Heart ..10 B Dog of War . 9 0 Firelight ? 10 5 Seditious ? 9 0 South Head.. 10 3 Paddy ? 9 0 Alcalne ? 10 1 Arlnga ? 9 0 Brian Boru ..10 1 Dalny ? 9 0 Burrambean . 9 13 True Steel ..9 0 The Sun ? 9 13 Volande ? 9 0 Merrlon ? 9 13 Fine Art ? 9 0 Boomerang .. 9 11 Snob ? 9 0 Tarphall .... 9 9 Sustain ? 9 0 Sea Swell .... 9 9 CAUL.FIELD GRAND NATIONAL ? STEEPLECHASE, About 4 miles. BelliB ? 12 12 Danjulr...
NORTH GREGORY ANNUAL WINTON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
NORTH GREGORY ANNUAL (Hy Telegraph.) WINTON. Julv V,. The North Gregory Turf Club com mittee have adopted the programme for their annual race meeting, wliich has been fixed for November 22 ami 23. There me 14 events, the principal be ins :— Flyinpr Handicap, of £45; Winton Handicap, of tili; North Gregory Han dicap, of £70; and four others of £35 cnoli. There Is every prospect of a splendid meeting.
NEW ZEALAND DEFEAT NEW SOUTH WALES BY 11 POINTS TO 3. SYDNEY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
NEW ZEALAN'I) DEFEAT NEW SO I ?Til WALI3S BY 11 POINTS TO 3. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 1.1. The Rusrby f-ioiball match. New South Wales v. Xew Zealand, resulle.l in a victory for New Zealand by 11 rnints to 3. The New South Wales team was practlcaly that which defeated Queensland by IS points to '. Wheji the men returned to Sydney they went into quarters, when1 they remain un til after the second match against New Zealand on July 17. During tlie day time they are lihe-ated to p;n to llielr business, but at niulit they aio all to gether, and p- to Sydney Cricket Ground, where tin -y are put into prac tice tactics with which It was Imped to check the carci-r of the New Siialand ors.
CRICKET CRICKET GROUND CHARGES. SYDNEY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
CRICKET CRICKET GROUND CHARGES. triv Tel.'(tr.iph.) SYDNEY, July 15. The question of payment for the use of tiie Sydney I'rieket Ground was again discussed at a meeting of the New South Wales Cricket Association to-day. It was stated that the trustees had offered the ground for IS per cent, on tho gross takings, and the e'xecu tlvc recommended that this offer, al though the charge was thought to be excessive, should bo accepted. Tina was agreed to.
BILLIARDS INMAN AND GRAY. BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907
BILLIARDS 1NMAN AND GRAY. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July 15. A billiard match between Melbourne Ininaii :md Harry fliay, the champion of Queensland, was commenced to-day. Gray receives 40UD in 10,000 up. At Uio .-ifteinoon session Inman ficmvil W15, including breaks of G5, 59. S3. -t7. ?,%, and !IS, while Gray had added Ifii). At the coiuln.sion nf the evening ses sion the figures uvn- : Ininaii. 10CO, with bi-.-.iks of 73, l!n. %, 13s and 77; Gray. 4SL'7, with biv.ks of 50, 106, 123.