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THE MANNERS OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

THE MANNERS OF TO-DAY. A striking contrast betwien social London of the :«ist and that or lh.' present is di'.-iwn by Mrs George Corn wallis-Wcst (Lady Randolph Chunh ill) in the 'CJ'.-nti'-wom.-in.' ??Tho -.\-tr:i ii'Ii-i:iiy i esllc-isn. -!-..-. the c-i-nvins fjr snisi.-tiil.il. new. be ? ' there has he. n linn- to understand or enjoy what is in hand, is of a necessity causing manners In deterliual..' ^ 1 1 ? - says, 'and it is certainly cui tailing tl.o amenities of social, life on which pis', generations set such store. A nod takes the -dace ot the ceremonious bnw, ,i familiar h.inil.'hakc of live ela borate curtsey. 'The carefully-worded, braulifully wriltcn invitation of HO years ago is dropped in favor of ll;o Kencrnliy garbled telephone message, such as ?Will Mrs S. dine with Lady T. and brins a man., and it she c.innot find one, she must not come, as it would ' lnnko Ihi-m 13.' or a inp?sazp I' a club : ?Will Mr O. dine widi Lady T. to-night ? If not, will lie lo.ik in the ...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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PEKING POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

PEKING POLITICS. The 'Tokyo Asahl's' Peking corres pondent sends an Interesting survey 'f lh:- political situation in Peking, as follows : — Momentous developments have taken place In the political sltua li in in China tinco the arrival of Chan Chun-huen at Peking. During the Boxer troubles lie was Governor of i-'iionKl, and received the Emperor and 1.HV.--I-JTI-:- Kni'irtss r--t Si-an. In that province. His services were highly esteemed by the Dowager Empress, iiulit'equcnlly he. succeeded In sup p-p--.-.lng the Kwangsi Insurrection, on which account he rose still higher in ic|iu(al|nn In Court circles. He Is a it-xhitp man, but his character is de structive and unfit for any construc tion work. In connection with the Canton-Hankow Railway, he came in conflict with Canton millionaires. Thanks to the efforts made by Tang ('h-vl. hailing- from Canton, he was shelved In an obscure position. Na turally he resented Tanc Chaol, and I:ilc!y k« came to Peking, had an audieni'i! of the Empr...

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

I &$i£m hews. -Fwm recent; Japanese Files.) ' Peking wires that according to a dispatch from 1ho' Governor of Sin kiane m. terrible. 'shock of earthquake visited , that %laoe on the 15th May. Throe thousand houses were destroyed ,r and over 400 persons killed. There are 2000 sufferers. ' The 'Tokyo Asahl's' Peking corres pondent wires that the Chinese Go vernment has decided to adopt a gold standard currency system. This decl E|on was made owlnj to a represen tation by Vang Talsieh, formerly Chi nese Minister In England, and now Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Formosa aborigines are making stubborn .resistance against the Japan ese expedition. They repeatedly at tacked the camp of tho police at Chlnto-zan, and In the fighting of the 8th and 9th May six policemen were killed and eight wounded. According to a report from Waka yama the steamer Kiyoura Maru ran aground off Hiisaki in Hitaka district on May 12. Tho crew are safe, but the ship and her carffo have been abando...

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HUMILIATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

HUMILIATION. (To the Editor.) Sir,— Would you kindly allow me a little space in your valuable paper to vein my fouling.': on one of the most revolting sights i have ever witnessi-d. Happening to bu at the jetty when the Wyandra arrived on Sunday after noon, I saw five prisoners coming ashore in charge of two constables. Four of the prisoners were men, and these -were chained together, while the fifth, a kanaka gin, was in a straight jacket. The order of the male pris oners was this— Two kanakas, a white man, and a Chow. Now, Mr Editor, this is the distressing part which made, the writer in unison with the scoies of onlookers stand aghast with horror. The white man was chained by the left hand as was lh; Chow behind to the same handcuff, and to avoid tripping the Chow harl tr, hug the white man-, and in this stylo they scram Died ashore and hobblci along the jetty. CmuM anything be more degrading? Some ot the bystanders who l.av-; been to every country civilisel or uncivilised could ...

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

PERSONAL. His Lordship Rishop Frodsham en tertained Archbishop Donaldson, Mr Justice Chubb, and a few others at Oin niT at Bishop's Lodge last night. Archdeacon Garland wa.s a passenger for Brisbane by ihe BIngera last night. At the Charters Towers railway sta tion he was given a hearty send-off. Mr Slater, editor of the Towers ?'Tele- graph,' accompanied the Archdeacon to the boat, and returns home this ni'Tiiinfj. Mr W. J. Paull, M.L.A., left by the Kingcra last night for Brisbane to at tend to his Parliamentary duties. Mr L. Annstrong, general inspector for Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Is expected to-day from Bowen by the Wodonga, and will proceed north. At the annual meeting of the Ayr Shire Council which took place on ?Wednesday, July 10, Councillor James Henry Rae was unanimously re elected chairman, this being th : ]-ih time in succession that Mr Ra2 has filled the position. Mr A. C. Macartney, son of Mr E. H. Macartney, M.L.A.. left Brisbane mi July 10 for Sydney on his way...

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

BECKS KAISER L AGER 1 v It is brewed and bottled at BECK & CO.'S Kaiser Brewery, Bremen, Germany, and is the same quality | / 7 as supplied to the N.O.L. and P. & 0, Steamers, Are the WORLD'S LARGEST EXPORTERS of Bottled Lager Beer, having a yearly output in the British Colonies alone of V S, 0 0 0,000 BOTTLES; ^ jfche Quality and Flavor are Unsurpassed. It will Keep Clear, Bright and Sparkling in all Climates for an Indefinite Period, and throws Absolutely NO Sediment It is Brewed Entirely from the Choicest and Best Malt and Hops. OBTAINABLE AT EVERY FIRST-CLASS'* HOTEIi IN~THE'~C0MM0N WEALTH. BURNS, PHILP 8l COMPANY, LIMITED, Sole Agents. T^TORWICH AND LONDON AGCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIA TION (Established over 60 years.) Insure your Kloks with this Company. Workera' Compensation, General I Accident and Sickness, ' Fidelity Guarantees. Plate Glass, etc. G. H. PRITCHARD. / J. 6. LOVE, ' Local Directors. IT. B. MARKS, Agent, Fllndors-slreet, Townsville. TCI IRE INSURANC...

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CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Teleeraph.) CAIRNS. Julv IS. The following were to-day s quota tions:— Chlllagoe, paid, b 8s s 8s 4a; Mun gana, b 10s 6d s Us 3d; O.K., b 9s s 6s 6d: Mount Mollov, b 19s s 19s r.d: ChU lagi-e-Ruddlsor«. b £13 10s s UK; En deavor and Leslie, s £9 10s; Vulcan. -J 7s !ia s 8s 3d; Smith's Creek, s 9s Md; Dalzicll's, b 5s s !is 6d: Gilmore. b Cs Gd v. 7s 3d; Mitchell River Geld and Antimony, s 7s: Durham Consols, s 4s. Sales. Dnlzicll's at Hs, ns Id, and ^a :d; Mun gana at 10s 9d.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

          MARRIAGE. HAINES — MUMFORD. —On the 12th June, 1907, at the Wesleyan Church, Stoke-street, by the Rev. A. C. Plane, David Warden, second son of Samuel Halnes, to Agnes Mary, youngest daughter of John and Sarah Mum- ford, both of South Townsville. IN MEMORIAM. FITZGERALD. —In loving memory of my dearly beloved husband, Charles Fitzgerald, who was accidentally crushed by his engine at Spring Bluff, July 16th, 1901. Though lost to sight, to memory very dear. (Inserted by his loving wife, Agnes Fitzgerald.)  

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

I MIFORD BROS. HwSJR. *- WAJBBPOKD. J. TB RRIS. S. 0. WAKEFORD. General commission agents, I Complete Household Furnishers. ' ' IiARGE STOCKS OP NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE . ALWAYS ON HAND. Also VEHICLES OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. CASH BUYERS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. ,'; SECOND-HAND VEHICLES BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale : flANOS.— Makers, 'J.* Trader,' perfect Instrument of beautiful tone: iirkre, 60 Guineas. 'Stelner,' 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 W. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £16, to £35. Light Lorry, In splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Van, £12. Waggonet te, in good order, £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new, £22. Nearly new Pony Dog Cart, £10 15s. PURE MARYBOROUGH HONE...

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

MINING. Th? Registrar of Joint Stjck Com panies, Mr C. 8. NorriB, has reeelvwl the registration of the Captain Copper FiwsnectinK Syndicate, Limlttd, Hur berton.- The capital of the company is £1W», divided Into 100 shai-ss of £10 each, of which 85 are fully paid-up. Ihe registered office is situated at Herberton. The first directors Are - JoHn Ledtte, Percy Fortescue Meredith, John Majendle Holiday, John Kenneth Campbell and Joseph Sh'epherd. Returns relating to the last sample parcel of copper ore sent from the Pine Vale ComtSany'0 mine have come to Land -ndffi*hey lnflloate that there is i£. mini S« 'in &e quality of ore *rhich is being taken out of the tunnel £is it is being driven (says the Mackay 'Standard'). The parcel r.i question weighed 7 tons lGcwt., and gave an as say return of 2'.p.7u per cent of copper. The net return received for the parcel \v*i« »J61 2s 3d. The Mackay 'Standard' etates that a movement is now afoot to secure a quantity of copper specimens from...

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STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND. ATHERTON LANDS BUNGLE. DEPARTMENT'S EXPLANATION. BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

STATE MATTERS. GPLNSLANP. ATIIEHTON LANDS BUNGLE. DEPARTMENT'S EXPLANATION. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July IB. The delay in npcnlns the Atherlon jungle hinds to selection was due to the necessity of getting limber on the. areas valued. The valuation has now been completed and tl:-- m-eessary re ports on a liirgc area liave been sub mitted. A schedule has bi-i-n prepared and a pioclaniati.'ii will be issued shortly. Tnc price of limber is iji-iiiK added to the prk-i: of the lain!, the value of the timber being vi-fful:Ui-d by its acccssibilitiy.

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

gppptpfefe^ ? .~~|gfe™-., ? '.. ?-:-. 'J' Clean Sweep at ' Carrolls ,' It's a glorious time for Bargains, not a c rnsr of the Si ore lias bcon skipped, not a shelf or a drawer or a package missed. Every article has beea looked at whli ejes of Coldest Criticism and its profits mercilessly cut. Formpr values litve counted mighty little. What has been or what may be has not been regarded. We are wnrkiog f»-r NOW. The Store has been taken over by l\£r. Hush, and every article munt be cleared out within the next two weens. Taink what thin meaos 10 TTOXT- It means that yoa wiJl have the opportunity of buying tbe best of Goods cheaper J y a long way than aDy other store could offer. Cpme for the Bargains. They won't last for much longer HERE'S THE CLIMAX IN VALUE-GIVING. Special 2=&o:ra*:KEL£fcraL'& X-»y 5000 useful Remnants, consisting of Drsss Goods, Flannellette, Prints, Calicos. Sheeting, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, to be given away at any price. 50 pieces Dress Trimm...

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SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATIONS. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

SOCIALIST DEM- iNSTRATIOXS. LciNlJON, July ]3. Three thousand mi-nibc-rs of the In (le.Krjde-.it Labo:1 party and Social De mocr.itic Federation made a liemons tration In Trafalgar Square against the conclUFlon of an aqrecment between Great Britain nnd Russia. William Thon, Cunniiieha!i-. Graham, and Mesdames Lie?par-l and Hyndman denounced Sir Edwar-1 Grey, and pleaded on behalf or Russian freedom. Jack Williams induced the crowd to demenostrato at Whit-hal. Tlio police prevented Williams climbing the para pet, and seized several red flags. Mrs Hyndham was rolled in the mud and Mrs Despard was subtly Injured. A few arrests were ? maile. Including two Russians-. The disturbance lasted twenty m'nutes.

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

FOOTBALL The following team has been selected to represent Charters Towers against Townsville next week :— Full-back, lioyd (N.); three-n 'alters, J. Egan (R.), ISeasley (R.), Donovan (It.), Flet cher (T.); half-backs. Lewis (N.), H. Carroll (Q.); forwards, liralsliaw (N.), Williams (Q.), P. Hunter (I1..), Ander son (Q.). May (Q.), T. Hyiws (T.), J. Egan (R.), D. Egan (R.). Emergen cies :— Forwards, F. Cunningham (T.), Spillane (T.); half-back, Searlc (T.): three-quarters, J. Hynes (T.), Tlppett (N.). The Cairns team picked to visit Ra venswood are :— Full-back. Wipham; three-quarters, Whit™.-'-'. ::. McMants, Allen. Howen; fivo-i-ifc'litlis. Jones, Green; half-back, Knowles; forwards. Gates. Colbert. Deattie, Croc-dy, New combe. Brown, MeGralli, Hollett; emrrsencies, Nwiry and tVMallcy. The team Is composed of members of the three clubs and will leave ('alms on August 7 and return home om August 17.

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TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

TURF NOTES The Manton Amateur Jockey Club have decided to hold their annual raeo meeting on Saturday, September 14. A programme of six events will bo issued shortly. A southern paper publishes a tele gram stating that Mr It. H. Hennlng has decided to sell oft all his racehorses In training at Newmarket, England, and that his trainer, A. Ferguson. Intends to return to Melbourne. Mr Helming, who belonged originally to South Aus tralia, has been racing in England on a large scale for some years. Formerly, J. E. Brewer trained his horses, and with some success, too. so that It occa sioned considerable surprise when it was learned that Mr limning hail de cided to lnstal annlhi-v trainer. His choice fell on A. Ferguson, of Mel bourne, and he went home a couple of seasons ago. It Is understood (remarks a Sydney paper) that a commission.'!-, acting on behalf of a New South Wales breeder, recently Inquired the price nt which tlin owners of the New Zealand lini-s=c Monoform would sell. The li...

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SLY-GROG SELLING. WOMAN SENT TO PRISON. BRISBANE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

SLY-GKOG SELLING. WOMAN SENT TO PRISON. (By Telegraph. \ unisiiAN!-:, July ir-- Th» Inlnntl Kevi urn.- ni-piii-tmi-nt piDCPixIed ngninst Marptanl Hllen firegs.il! Tor bavins illeg.illy '-M a slasK of whiFky lo J»Im Lawrenci ilrahara, a ivvpn'i' nif'''. Mr T. J. O'Sin'a, ?wli.. apinared for the defence, said that defendant was . unable to appear owing to illness, and \ on her Ijchalt he pleaded guilty, ad mitting that' defendant was the person who was convicted before Mr Yaldwyn, P.M., of a similar offence In 1902, when sl'e was fined £30 and costs. The Bench retired for 20 minutes to consider their verdict, and on return ing to Court the lollce Magistrate an nounced that defendant would be fined £50, with £2 2s professional costs, in ' default levy and distress, and in de fault of sufficient distress four months' imprisonment. In addition, she was sentenced to two months' Imprison ment without the option of a fine, the ? sentences to be cumulative In case tho line of £50 In the firs...

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

\ 1TORTB QUEENSLAND'S COMPETE OnTPITTJNQ EMPORIUM, Flinders Street, TOWN^VILLE 1 *'?'* ? &*** ^^ ^\'W ?:?. ? ;? SPECIAL PARCEL, ' PU^B WOOL SWEATERS, JUsI RECEIVED BY SOUTHERN MAEL COLORED iAND WHITE. BKuid-up, Itoll, or Turn-down Collars, fitted with Patent Throat Protector. 4s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 9s 6d each. SPECIAIi LINE, silk: iMiixiTTjrqR/E sweater ; |^, :' Color White, Pure Wool, Interwoven with White Silk, 1O« 6* EACH* INSPECTION- INVITED. SEE WINDOWS. i , TBA! TEA! TEJP Crest Brand Pure Ceylon mind yojj.; Nj- $Bxtii£gJ i by reason of its absolutely High Quality and Invigorating Properties, Will steadily increase in Popular Favor. SALES ARE LARGER THAN EVER ! SALES ARE LARGER THAN EVER and from Winton in the West to far Burketown in the North, regular supplies are '~ dispatched for the discriminating inhabitants who appreciate an 'arfiPri of Solid Worth. ''CREST ' PURE CEYLON TEA ! [n Half Chests, 20]b,, 101b. and 51b. ? ? H, F. HEN LEI N & CO., Sole Wholesale A...

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. RAVENSWOOD, July 15 [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

XNiEROTATE/ (By Telegraph.) QUBKNSL.ANI-. RAVBNSWOOD, July 15. Mi1 John Brangen's residence and con tents were totally destroyed nt 2 a.m. to-ctay. It was the largest house hero. HUGHENDEN, July 15. The Galway Downs sheep passed through by rail with a view to aglst ment Mr Richards has bough: RedclUTo with 22.000 sheep and improvements. Messrs Porter and Roberts, of Koo Ingal. have purchased 800 cows from Eddington, drover Malhews, l-.r-und to Prairie, Mr EH Carter Is arranging for inn purchase of half Interest in Falrlig:)t. Mr Ord Is dipping one lhousan-1 cattle. Mr Carter, o£ Richmond, cvld 300'i wethers to Charters Towers anil Townsvi'.le butchers. WINTON. Julv lu. Th^ tick regulations will probably Ni the means of diverting the stock traffic to centres where dips ar« available. One thousand Canobie bullocks I' charge of drover Baker turned back from Kynuna for dipptnc at HugliO'i den. Baker was j-rocoecled against un der the Disease In Stock Act at Ky iiuna and fined £25. Stoc'...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY. July 15. Tbomas Collins, Patrick O'Donnell, and Maurice Fitzgerald were to day charged with. In company, unlaw fully assaulting Charles Arthur Maglll, a leading ' seaman on board H.M.S. Encounter. Shortly after midnight on Saturday he was knocked down and kicked by accused, who arc Irish Immi grants en route to Queensland. The magistrate said the assault was un provoked and cowardly. He sentenced -them to two months' Imprisonment (with hard labor, and hoped that means would be taken to send them back to Ireland. Jl shocking burning fatality occurred yesterday in . . the Quirindl district. Edward White and his wife, each over 70 years of ago, who were Infirm and in receipt of old-age pensions, lived in a cottage at Spring Ridge. The local ity is a lonely one. Mrs White was a confirmed invalid, and , her husband was getting childish. It was discovered yesterday afternoon that their cottage had been destroyed by fire and that' ;the oW- couple' 'bad' ''perished'...

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

We are advised that the Criterion Hotel has changed hands and that Mr H. Riess, late of the Alexandra Hotel Is in charge. Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., at the end of last month distributed a bonus of 10 per cent, on their previous year's salary amongst those employed in the firm's clerical staff. Shortly after 11 o'clock last night the Ambulance Brigade received a call to the jetty wharf to attend to the inju- ries of a railway porter named Fred Pavul, who had, while engaged in shunting, got his right index finger jammed between the couplings of two waggons, causing painful injury. First   aid was rendered and Paul advised to see a doctor. Such excellent progress is being made with the construction of the railway from Richmond to Cloncurry, that the Commissioner (Mr J. F. Tha-l lon) anticipates that the rails will reach the latter town some time in December, and that goods will be car- ried there before Christmas, although the line will not be opened for general traffic...

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