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CROQUET CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

. CROQUET CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. The first round of the tournament in the above event has been In progress during the past fortnight The follow ing Is tlie result of the games played : — Mi^s B. Faiiley beat Mr Hartley, 28— 18, 2S— 13; Mrs Falrley beat Mrs Hulbert. 2R— 15. L'S— C; MIss'iRuby Hard Ing beat Mis Wilson, 28—23 and a for feit; Mr Cameron beat Mr. Allen, 28— 9; Mr Boyce beat Mrs Uhr, 28— 23; Mrs Armstrong heat Mrs Hopkins, 2S— 14; Mrs Wilson heat Mrs Harding, 28— 23; Dr r.nrilon Iloss beat Mrs Wnkeford, US-::;!. ri.-iyer.s are notified that tlie first round must be finished on or be fore Satmilay next.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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LACROSSE VISITING CANADIAN TEAM. BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

LACROSSE VISITING CANADIAN TEAM. fBv Telegraph.) r.UISBANE. July 15. A team of Canadian lacrosse p'.f.y ers reached here to-day and were ac corded a public welcome by tho Mayor of Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

The close finish between Britain an-1 Au-itralla for the 'Kolapore' Cup is another proof of the excellent shootlui? prestige of Britons at home and abroad. It is, however, rather unfor fortunate that Australia should just 'mits/ the 'bus' with regar.1 ti its ap propriation; for John Bull will cer tainly crow over his victory, but ho should at least ' stand treat' In Por ter's Bulldog Alo and Stout.— (AdvO.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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COMMONWEALTH. THE NEW HEBRIDES. CONTRADICTION OF A RUMOR. MELBOURNE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

COMMONWEALTH. THE NEW HEBRIDES. CONTRADICTION OF A RUMOR. (By Teleeranh.) MELBOURNE. Julv 15. A private letter has been received by Mr Alice Hunt (Secretary to the De partment of External Affairs) In which it Is stated that the recent announce ment made by a French paper to the effect that France had offered to ex change its interests In the New Heb rides for either Sierra Li-unn or Mauri tius has been contradicted both in France and England.

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UNPLEASANT TELEGRAPHIC BLUNDER. A CORRECTION. MELBOURNE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

UNPLEASANT TELEGRAPHIC BLUNDER. A CORRECTION. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July IS. Owing to a telegraphic mistake which occurred in the report of Mr Bruce Smith's speech on Thursday, the reference to the Brisbane ' Worker ' being a ' crawler,' should have read : — In the Brisbane ' Worker ' Mr Deakin was described as a 'crawler' who had always been one of the worst enemies of labor.

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TROUBLE AT THE ISLANDS. MELBOURNE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

TROUBLE AT THE ISLANDS. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE. Julv 15. The Department of External Affairs has taken steps to verify the reports of the alleged murders of repatrlatefl kanakas.

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. THE COAT LUMPERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. THE COAL LUMPERS' STRIKE. (By Telegraph.) SVIJN'EY. Tulv 13 During tho cll:4lurbanc-s arising out of the coal lumpers' strike, revolvers 'hav.1 -n several occis'ons been madrt us.- o! bv Lotli union ists and fiee laborers. A report on the matter has been fur nished to the I'ri'inier by the Chief In spector of Police, and orders na.ve been Issued to the police to immediately ar rest anyone drawing a revolver. The officials of V\o Wh-irf I.^uorers' L'nion and tho Fex-rUed t-ennien's Union and Newc-nstlo Coal Trimmers' l.'nirjn met the executive of the- foil Lumpers' Union this afternoon, when Xho latter urge 1 that in the event of the employers :efu»ing another on ference wilh a;i Impartial chairman, the other unions engaged in .-.ateisi^o occupations should refuse to continue to work on the vessels coaler! by freo ilabcrers. The officials of the Waterside Unions will bring the matter before their re spective orcani p.it Inns. The employers have rerelve.l a com mu...

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SPORTING. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

l^ateH0. FIXTURES. July 17-18.— Normanton J. C. Annual. July 24.— Burke River Racing Club . July 26.— Athorton Race Club. July S0-SL^Jookfown Turf Club An nual. . ? August S-^towtisvllle Sporting Club. AuguBt 8-10.— Bo wen Turf Club An nual. August 8-9-10. — Northern Territories' I lacing Club, Port Darwin. August H-lB.-rCloncurry Racing Club Annual. August 14-15.— Herbert River Jockey Club Annual Meeting. Entries, July 17; handicaps, July 30; accep tances, August 3. August 27.— Border Jockey Club (Blrds vllle) Annual. August 21-22.— Halifax Racing qlub Annual. Nominations, July 24; handicaps, August 16; acceptances, August 19. September 7— Cairns-Mulgrave J.C. En tries, August 20; weights, August 29; final payments, September 4. September 11-12.— Longreach J.C. An nual. October 1.— Bedourle Racr. CU:b.

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"THE ACID LINE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

'THE ACID LINE' Most people In cities live Just on the line of add surplus, and pass ovei the border every few days. A State dinner, a dav of extra mental activity or emotional excitement, and over the boundary they go. A chill, a' damp day Impeding the surface eliminations, or a persisting constitutional tendency —and over the acid line they drop. The proof Is in the prevalence of the acid diathesis, shown In rheumatism, neuralgia, and gout Rheumatism Is undoubtedly caused by germ ferment In the intestinal tract, precisely at the point where the blood takes up Its serum albumen from the peptone. MJ trobes planted there sour the serum. It is offered to the blood as an acid to live, with heroic efforts parting with Its own alkalinity to effect It. the blood seeks In vain to neutralize thM acid, the impoverished blood con not prevail against the nlcrobe fer ment but Is itself rendered add. Acid reaction is always shown in the blood of Rheumatics. To these people we suggest the alkalin...

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THE IRON ORE DEPOSITS OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

WX(k ORE DEPOSITS --A SilOUEENSLAND,: (BV* 'FERRL'.') The Increasing interest taken In th« southern States In the question of two manufacture of lion and steel in Aus tralia' is of some importance to Queens land for there are upwards of nny Iooalltles in thts State where ferrugin ous ores exist, In some placr.r, as bc Cloncurry and In the Northu nberland group of islands, of vast she r.nd hlij i in gi-ade, and tmy movemont i.f an sn terprlslng nature for tin- dcv.:l.ipm-.'it of the natural resources o; Austraiiu will -undoubtedly bo »i advantage ti Queensland. Th-.- deposits of iron mo't distant from tii..- coast are al Con curry, 640 miles west of Townsvi',1 *. whcrti Mounts Ti-a and i.tvlilhin ralsj their ferriisinmis heads lrom the surrounding ur.aulatlns count iy. T»2 distance from port will, no dcubt, lie an li.Hucncg ai.ainsi tlio. full use -' these great mass1 »r oiv, but iliu prnx imlt/ of large l.ods nf liaicsSnie a:vl of coal seams ot HuB.ionden :.nd Wla ton will slmpliry ...

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QUEENSLAND TIMBERS. INQUIRIES FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

QUEENSLAND TIMBERS. INQUIRIES FROM LONDON. Tlv; Director of Forests has recelvs-l the following iitt.-r fr im the Commer cial Inquiry Brai.:-:i of ilie Queensland Agent-General's '.nice (says the 'Daily Mall'):— 'During Hie last few months numerous inquiries relating to Queons lani Umbers have be.-n made at tills office from son:i. of tlie largest timber merchants in London, Manchester, and Glasgow, as to obtaining supplies from the State. I foil sure a largo export business eoulil be o;-oncJ U;- were it pcssible to obtain the timber well sea sorr-d and in regular shipments. I would take the liberty of suggesting that the Department of Forests should furnish me with a list of prices and names of firms willing to negotiate for the sale of timber for export. Several contracts for Queensland timbers could have been initiated through the medium, of. this office had oxcorters in the State been able to guarantee regu lar supplies. I beg to enclose copies of thro.; letters 1 have just rece...

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MERCHANTS AND SHIP OWNERS. LONDON, June 7, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

IlilKMipipsHip. (Prom the 'N.QT'lSmia'B' Resident Representative In London.) LOilDON. June 7, 1907. The remarkSj made by Sir Joseph Ward at: Manchester the other day have .mode * deep. impression in mer canttlerBlilppltiB (jlccles here. They were In effect that merchants and shlp o\vner» Bhonld combine, lo. face the cver-lncreaslng. German . coropetltlpn which we' «eo on every hand and In ©very trade. The merchants have too often been simply pawns in the game being -played- by the conflicting ship ping interests during freight wars, and at the mercy of the interest which makes its dividends out of doing their carrying business for them. Fortu nately, the mercantile section of the Anglo-Australasian trade is not bu helpless as it used to be, when the Shipping 'Conference' had things ull their own way. For there is a very useful and influential body, compris ing-: about halt the Anglo-Colonial trade, called the Australasian Mer chants' Association, of which Mr E. B. Tredwen, of Gilber...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

Ml n THE DOCTOR KNOWS Uua ? tmf tliwlant acta *? ? ramtdf* to te^Ur ?nd mental fhtltfw*. wourrs scHNArM U «b *bael«-t*l]r *w» ttArlt tia»d «nd r*comiMiidt4 tor The ^xTnL ©& M\ A\ A SXY^f//!/l|I to ? O_ ? O Jl 5amiBnfirTc?B'*-:t*'''*'''''-'''-t***a'BI'M*^' ^L|yjS ' MISSi S. KEARY ^^^^g FLJNDEKS STREET ffl M^ffl^1 PIANOS, ORGA:.:;, ACCORDIONS. ']IL^r^m£w BANJOS, VIOLINS, CONCERTINAS. £ JpSslgjII^Hpg* and all kinds of Wind, Reed and String Instruments. THH LATEST VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MCSIO ARRIVING WEEKLY. TOrACCO, PIPES, STATION K I..', CIRCULATING LIBRARY. NEWS AGENT. EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA avallahlo for Dancing and Evening Parties. * Arrangements may be wcie with Miss Keary. f TfSE &/&&LMy& FAMILY MEOiCINEm ' A ratr.-ly r.icu.dr.c i:. a p.ojc^I'.v. The \.^~M body is a:, intricate piece ot machinery which is easily put cut o[ cider, and unless the wrong be righted j in its early stages a general breakdown Is certain. The wise keep the World's Fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

AULDANA WINES. AWARDS at the Wioe Shows, Koyal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia, at Adelaide for the years 1904, 1905, and 1906, for THE CHAMPION GUPS, (For three types of wine), By a different Victorian Judge each year. i ^ ,1904 — 1st Auldana ; 2nd Carmichael ; 3rd Tyrrell. f-i *'i9O5.-r-ist Auldana ; 2nd Penfold ; 3rd Auldana. fe? i^Jj.'-r'-ist Auldana; 2nd Auldana; 3rd Stoneyfell. Aftor VfiffingFtiu Sights of Ihe liliibilion Call art *lx^ We Sell only the Best of its kind. We Save Purchased. HtJTTONS ''tiBOPftY ~QF... Pineapple Bacon and Ham?, BliUB GIBBON 3 &X3ON BLUE EIBBON BAMB ' To be cut with our New Bacon Siicer, A Sight worth sefeing,;.. ' xjozy ' ve forget We sell (he Famous Warwick Butter We are the Cheapest and most reliable in Town. TELEPHONE 49. TEACHER' S HIGHLAND CREAM WHISKY, IN BULK AND 0A8E. THOMAS BROWN & SONS Ltd, AGENTS. YOUR BOOTS! What kind are they? : Is the goodness of only ' gloss ' deep? It's a different story wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

, gTBAMERB are Intended to be Am-' patched from JETTY .WHARF, as under f-y*' BOWEN MACKAY WODONGA, BOCKHAMPTON J.-E. Meaburn, (Keppel Bay) Monday, July 22, BRISBANE] 1 p.m. BDNDABDBO*/ MARY'B'R'UaH* SYDNEY ARAWATTA, MELBOURNE Capt Butther, Transhipping lor Monday, July 29, Adelaide and X p.m. Fremantle ? ? BOWBN : BINOBIRA, MACKAT Every Monday. GLADSTONE . ' At ».4G BRISBANE / from ' ? j Railway Station. CAIRNS j WODONGA, PORT DOUGLAS| J. E. Meabum, COOKTOWN jruly 17, at 2.30 p.m. From Jetty. 1 'mARANOA. COOKTOWN JSaturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS'D| 2 P.m. KORMANTON |From Town Wharf 'iBUTiETOWN. I Cargo received up ' to 5 p.m. Fridays. EuCINDAPOINTl ' KURANDA. CARDWELiti j Every Monday. MOURILYAN J. 10 a.m. GERALDTON | Prom Jetty Wharf CAIRNS t No careo received PORT JOUQLAS | on Mondays. BRISBANE! t MARANOA, (direct) { Friday, August 2nd At reduced fares j 9 a.m. From Town Wharf ♦Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particulars apply to— BURNS. PHILP & CO., LTD., Agents. , TEAM...

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ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC. LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

ROYAL ACADEMY $F MUSIC. LOCAL I-ix£l£iNA.TIOK&. Mr He:bert I-ake, who flt.rjng iho past tew days has been engaged in tan examination of lecal puplU under the Associattd Boanl of thu Royal Acad emy of Music and Rjyal College oC Music, London, completed his wor* last niglit. Mr J. S. Love, Uie l»«il secrcta:y, supplies the lollowlns- re sults:— CONVENT OF MERCV PUPILS. Hlph'i- Division.— Mis.? Ivv Wa'.l, plan.), 107; Miss Annb Molloy, piano, 94. L'.iwer Division.— Miss Ann'.t M illoy, Hishe- Division —Miss. Annie Mo loy, piano. 11G; Miss Mary Murphy, V.olin, 111; Miss Andien Cameion, piano. V-3; Miss Syl:ll Cra'es, piano, HI; Miss Mar.ic.i-ie Yool, llano, i»5; MiFs Doris Melntyr ', i- a 10. 87. Elementary Division.— Piano: Misa Kve'lno Farrelly, 12j ; Miss Mary Geancy, 118; Misa Eileen Ann't. 1« Miss Margaret TJdeinan. 113; Miss Lily McSherry, 112; Mies Grac; Taylor. ID': Vlol.n: Miss Maniaret Tideinan. 111. Primary DIvlf-lon.— Violin : Muster James Maher. 11C: Master Ribcrt R...

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ENTERTAINMENT. "THE WALLS OF JERICHO." [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

wrnm^. Sftnpkhy opene#mTOc.rt season at the K&te Boyal, ToimfivlUe, last night S«r Alfred Sutro'a four-act drama, Sfpte'' ^VaU» »* ' J^lib,' The widlencc Iw&ii TM»i In propj&wi, numerically, to rthe excellence lf*jH#'drama: tirfl the - 'artistic merit of '.&» tompany.. To mom exteiit* tKl* f *TOafee ? attendance may foe accounted tor fcy the fact iliat there has been'.B95iewhftt' of a plethora ot plays rif all wrtt'in Townsvllle re cenUy ; but It Is fijtfe'tb say that those who were not -present missed an Intel lectual treat and |ia-' Vivid representa tion of the unholy characteristics of the members of ittoe Ensrlish 'Smart Bet' In Society. Mr Alfred Sutro has placed a heavy finger. '-on the hollow ness, greed, mental superficiality, and fast living of the so-called upper ten in the world's metropolis, which, as delineated by the clever artists of Mr Herbert Flemmlns'fl -Company, must have been quite an astonishing eye opener to the larger proportion...

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WRIGHT—HOMMELGAARD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

WRIfJHT— IIUM.Mi:LOAARn. On Wednesday isist (s.iys n,o riinn 'Post' of July 12) a ,|iiiel wedrtiner took plaeo nl 7v.l:r.- Kill. t|,' rnnlni! iiiu nailics l,,-i:r/ Mi W. K. Wi-IbIH. of Ko.ih.anr] Mis- M. K. Hoi:i:noirT-n-'l. of Krlrje Hill. Th' nnrririg* c-romnny was .lerforiiK .1 iiy ih-- IV y. Jam -s Muir. .it the hri.Ii-s nsideii'-e. AM:1? A. Lon^ acted ns hrldesinalil, am! thu bridf. ,vas ffiven nv.-.--y Iiy |i,M- f.-ither. Mr I!, w. Warn -n nnt,.,i |,, t|,,, ra,,n. city of best man. Yesterday niornln? the iiowly-wi'0u'.l |,air left' for tluir I ? e ill K.uii.

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AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION OF WOMEN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION OF WOMEN'S WOUK. Lady Chclmsford mesided at the meeting of the Executive Committee of tliij Women's Exhibition, which was held In the Executive Buildings, Bris bane, on July 10, when a large number of ladies were present. A consldu ablc amount of coiivK;ifiidcnce wh:-. read, from the secietary in Melbourne and others relative lo various matter:; of delsiil says the 'Courier'). Slr-J Robert Philp announced that she had received three prizes uf £1 Is each for the fruit preserving and jam making sections, and had also many proml;;-.'.? of exhibits. It was announced that Lady Norlhcut-/s special prize, of IT. 5s would be awarde-1 to the best two samples of lace (of any kind) in any of the classes from 101 lo 174 Inclusive A mass hat of native manufacture, from Melville Island, was sent fur ex hibition by Mrs J. V. -:. Foxlnn, and mis a beautiful :-ic.v of work, tho Si-ass bcinjf woven In iiuite a novel manner, and Hi' brim li'i-iulnatllig in a thick fi-ins -?? whi:...

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

[All announcements of engagements or marriages forwarded tor insertion In thlR column must be properly authen ticated.] Mr and Miss Wlllcox, Bllnkbonnie, and Miss Mai Alllngham (Muralam been), who have been spending n couple of weeks ' in Townsville, re turned to their homes by the Kuranda on Monday. The Wllloughby-Ward-aeach Com pany were passengers by the same boat for Cairns. t Mrs and Miss Boyd, who have spent the past six months in Sydney and Brisbane, returned to Ripple Creek by the Kuranda on Monday. Mr and Mrs Yates, who spent a short time In Townsville, returned to Sydney by the Wyandra on Monday. ?Mrs F. J. Smith and child, Mrs (Dr.) Bruce Berge and child, of Sydney, who nre visiting the north, are at present spending a week at the Queen's. Judge Beckett and Mrs and Miss Beckett, who have been touring tho north, returned to Melbourne by the Wyandrn on Monday. Miss Flora .MacDonald. who has been spending the lRSt two months in Townsvir.e. left for home (Dotswood) lnnt week....

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