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MANIFESTO AGAINST PREFERENCE. BY THE TRADE UNION GROUP OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

MANIFESTO AGAINST PfiEFERENCE. XiV THE TRADE l/XION GHOUP OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. CBy Cable.) ? . . LONDON, July X. .uemDers of the House of Commons belonging to the Trade Union group have issued a manifesto headed Colonial Conference and Preferential Trade,' declaring that 'it is time tho British working man protested agafnst the absurdiUes of some of the colonial Premiers. Although New Zealand's white population Is only equalled by that of the Birmingham district, and Australia's by half that of London, their Premiers assumed lo treat with Great Britain, with 40,000.000 of people, as nation with nation, using threats if we refuse their demand: y- Canada,' which .has made the most advance in national importance, anil being repre sented by a statesman, disassociated hereelf from . these demands. New Zealand' demanded a preference tor products and manufactures, not food stuffs only, nor materials only, though' knowing perfectly well that this can not be given unless we alter our who...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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THE BALLOONIST. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

THE BALLOONIST. LONDON. Junp an The body of Martin Lake, the bal loonist, one of the Woolwich officers was discovered at sea a mile east of Bridpewater.

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BRITISH POLITICS. AMENDMENT AGAINST PREFERENCE. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

BRITISH POLITICS. AMENDMENT AGAINST PREFER ENCE. (By Cable.) , ? LONDON. July 1. '' *' J- hoares is to move an amend ment on Mr Lyttelton's resolution to the effect that the permanent unity of the Empire will not be secured through a system of preferential duties based on protective taxation of food

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BOILED DOWN FOR TALLOW. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

BOILED DOWN FOR TALLOW. LONDON. June 30. Fifteen thousand pounds' worth of meat aboard the steaber Manchester City at Buenos Ayres has been boiled down for tallow owing to damage bv fire.

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A PROTEST FROM INDIA. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

A PROTEST FROM INDIA. LONDON, July 1. Router's Simla correspondent says the press and the public are Indignant at the ,terms of tho new mall contract between Great Britain and ldia and complain that there is no progressive diminution in the time of the voyage and no provision for India to benefit by Improvements In marine population.

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. LONDON, July L Mr Kelly has been committed for trial at Gahvay, but admitted to bail. [Mr P. Kelly, magistrate at New Inn, Galway, Ireland, appeared at the Police Court on June 22 to answer the charge, of having incited violence. He was re manded to gaol for a weak. Feeling runs very high in Galway, and onjy the soc:ot arrest of Mr Kelly prevented a demonstration being organised on his arrival there. Mr Kelly was prosecuted in conse quence of a speech he delivered re cently, In which ho declared that if Lord Ashton, who had been under con stant strict police protection, had been unprotected lie would have been killed or would have been on a stretcher long ago the same as Mr John Blake.]

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE. CONFERENCE BEING HELD. SYDNEY, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

INDUSTRIAL THOUBLE. CONFERENCE BEING HELD. (By Telegraph.) SVDNEY Julv I. A conference between the colliery owners- and Stevedores and Coal Lum pers' Union and other waterride boclles was entered upon to-day, but no seri ous attempt was made to do business. That will commence to-morrow. It wan, after a lot of discussion, decided that the conference should be held with closed doors. This was at the request chiefly of the coal lumpers, but the discussion is to be conducted on broad lines and with the allowance of a good deal of latitude. The spirit exhibited was conciliatory, and there are Indica tions that something may yet be done to avert anything approaching a gene ral Ftriko. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

Some iron workers in Russia re cently decided to Issue a footballing challange to similarly occupational Frenchmen. On receipt of the chal lenge the latter immediately sent to England for a football, and of course Porter's Bulldog Ale and Stout (a in Johnne Boulle) and forthwith accep ted the challenge.— (Advt.) A couple from (he humbler walks of life came before a justice of the peace to be married. As soon as the cere mony was over, the bride bepan to weep copiously. 'What's the matter?' asked the new husband. 'I never told you that I don't know how to cook.' eobbed the bride. 'Don't fret; I shan't have anything for you to cook. I'm a poet.' Jones' DCL Jams made from pure Tasmanlan trait ore unequalled (or quality and flavor.* SARAMA will make rwir face tweet and handsome.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

. Smoke 'WINFRED' CIGARETTES Made by Ardath Tobacco Co., London. 6d. Flat Tins of 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

Reform Your Grocery Bills BY PEOCUEING FEOM : HULBERT The Lowest and most COMPLETE CASH PRICE LIST YET PUBLISHED IN ] NOETH QUEENSLAND. When You Read This Advertisement Send to HULBERT for this NEW LIST, j It will Prove a Big Saving in Your Bills. | OUR ADDRESS IS: . ? '_X%:J| . The Cash' Storekeeper, . - ^I^M ..?...'? .. . ^^^^^^m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

Penfold's Wines From 1902 to 1907 have obtained TWELTO GOLD MEDALS and CHAMPION AWARDS and SIXTY-TWO FIRST PRIZES at ADELAIDE, MEL BOURNE and SY DNET SHOWS. ' This total Is far and away ahead of the Awards gained by any other Aus tralian firm during that period. Included In the above are THREE GOLD MEDALS and SIX FIRST PRIZES at the SYDNEY 1907 SHOW (awards made' by the Judge on the . - wines on their merits), thus proving that PENFOLD'S are THE PBESBNT BEST.

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CABLE MESSAGES. THE PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

CABLE MESSXGER. THE PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 1. Mr J. H. Choate (one of the United States delegates at the Hague) pro posed in committee that private pro . nerty. except contraband, be exempt at sea from capture except when ships at tempted to enter blockaded -ports. He declared that President Roosevelt de sired the conference to vote on this proposal. - ? M. Nelidoff (Russia) advised caution, since the ' adoption of the proposal would remove one of the strongest de terrents in war time. Several Powers, besides Great Bri tain, opposed America's proposal. All the Great Powers are very re served respecting France's proposal necessitating a formal declaration of war. '? Great Britain proposes to prohibit the destruction of captured neutral vessels and argues that the captors must release them unless they are able to bring the prizes before a prize court. ?While, the right of belligerent States to transform merchantmen! into war dships Ib acknowledged, several Powers' define the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

We have to call attention to the great attractions at Carroll's 'Changed Hands' Sale ! ! The attractions are bargains that will send a thrill of satisfaction Into every home where money saving possibilities mean extra comfort and pleasure. They are of fering a stock of seasonable goods at prices that are almost unbellevablo until you see them. This is a time when our recollection of the word 'Cost' gets hazy, and when we have forgotten that such a word as 'profit' exists. It Is a profitable time for everyone who comes, a time that hun dreds of people will profit by. »The goods must so, anil the prices they have marked them at will send them pell-mell Into other homes. This store is now in the hands of Mr Rush, who say's, 'Out the eoods must go.' Consequently they are going out at insignificant prices. We advise you to secure your share of the good things while they last. Carroll's, the store of little prices.— (Advt.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

JPHITE HORSE Hi)pl »il^L~:'' -gee-^e «__ _ ~ „ »? j ^V AWTIB ft I jit 1 - f- 'TV AHALTSTS LABORATORY. I O ^ I J«ll » V^ P «fc J»« ,t| ^'O ijJjljljAlf J3S * 13. BATH STREET. _ ?II ? _ . ^ :*»*^™^™^™' ' '-.«? fimSl J GLASGOW. iOth July. 1908. Hll ''^bW^BTW '^ ? «i ? :? . '' ? ^^ ? ,? ? - '? . ?I] m|%# m^ *m ^S& bUBT ^# - --? ^ ?^^r^^-^— ,^ A ,_ J hereb' certif» that - hl» umpl«l w-- analysed ererj ntting of MlL JLKJHk M ^ .^L. f^9 J»3bW JVf ? i YMji^ ^2 ^m |y.,vy, BWKTrS WHITE HORSE CELLAR Blend of Scotch Whisky used in bottling ^^Ok ^^ '' jj^j^ JBL^L JbL S^s JLi^Lw. ^^p/ a durin8 themnnth a june» mi1 ? fi°d from th§ resu|u °f m» ?m|t«* »htt * flflHSI ? — — — x ^ '^m^* 0^F ^ « -practically constant in composition, ud that it contain* about 880 parti of BjtaoidBlCTM — — — ^ bye-products per 100,000 parti of alcohol, which is the ttandard for Pot Still InBi^nS ^ ? « ? Scotch Whisky in the prosecution under the Food and Drugs Act in the London £879 GU&r-iIlt6Gd 12 V6&...

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VIRGINIAN JURY'S VERDICT. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

' .VIRGINIAN JURY'S VERDICT. LONDON, July 1. :-r.A Virginian jury has acquitted ei : Judge* lioying for killing Theodore &stos- In AprlJ last, the daughter of ., J/jylng 'having declared that EBtos .?flruffged arid assaulted her.

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MEMORIAL TO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

MEMORIAL *O SOLDIERS AND ?;?-:?:??? ????;.'? ' SAItORS. . I ?;?-. - tiONDON. tfuly L JrThe King, occdmpanled by the Queen and the Prince of Wales, will to-day open the Union Jack Club, Waterloo road, a memorial to the soldiers and sailors killed in the Boer war. Owing to the King's intimation that he would prefer to open it free of debt, nearly £13,000 was subscribed in a few days. Mr William Austin Thorn gave £G000.

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CAPTURE OF POACHERS. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

CAPTURE OF POACHERS. LONDON, July 1. A United States cutter has captured 20 Japanese seal poachers at the Prlbl loffs

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THE COMMONWEALTH. MELBOURNE, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

THE COMMONWEALTH. .MELBOURNE. July 1. The Ctommoitweallh; revenue for the year was il2^Sl,«l»; ah. exeess over the estimates of £706,118, and over the re venue of 1905-6 of £856,275. The expen diture was ti,m.1tS, being £34,487 under the eatlmat& t' ' ? . L v ; ;? . Tho receipts, of the poBt office' were. £312,700, being £15,700 over the, estimate and 1302,818 over last yeaar's revenue. The astlinated .revenue In the tilidjret was £2,8i&,ipOb,'JJUt Wjneri tho penny, pos- tage was lopt IlB7We had to be added,' making a total estimated ' revenue of UffltflM. .. J\ '- :'--[ '\ ' The actual amount returned to the States was £7,845.8.90.

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GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

GHEAT BRITAIN. (By Cable.) LONDON. July 1. The revenue for the quarter was £32,660,001. Customs yielded £8,269,305; excise, £7,629,392; stamps, £1,920,000.

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