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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
MINING. It is understood on good authority that the Mount Elliott Company have practically completed arrangements for the construction of a tramway from Cloncurry to their mines, and a start will bo made Immediately the Govern ment railway reaches Cloncurry. As the tramway will pass within 503 yards of the northern boundary of the Labor Victory mine, It will be of considerable importance to the shareholders in that property. Queen Centrals have had a smart rise on the market (says the 'Tele- graph' of Tuesday), due no doubt to the opening out being in progress at the No. 1 shaft, on the formation that was recently passed through at a depth of 1618ft. The country at that depth corresponds with the formation met with in the Queen Cross shaft. Ae far as can bo learnetl the stone Is not currying any sriat amount of mineral, but the prospects are encouraging. The following returns showing the uuantllles of metalliferous ores and metals (not including gold and silver) which iiasseii over ...
CHARTERS TOWERS. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
CHART.lv.P-S TOWERS. NOTE.l. Mills United lias crushed 1.013 tons for BSGoz. 2dwt- value £2.030 13s lid.; concentrates fi.OlS 18s lid.; residues, 1.89:j«4 ton?, value £1,796 Is Id. total £5,895 Its Id. tt 1b state! the ore be'ng raised at the Carrington I and 2 East (pays tho /?Miner') will «o to Mr Franks Snow, vwho buys All ^ the Mount Morgan ooppec-goia jdrfS, 'And that Mr SnOw^s giving the Nob. 1 And 2 Bast Company *M« i *ittal',ft(- W- per Csnt of the «opj-er «ia J»tt tont«ait« »t th* ora. At the Day Dawn Gold Mines the crosscut is in from monkey shaft 17Sft. the formation has turned to the left, and is going to the east, with a very good and regular haugingiviill. The formation carries patches of quartz with heavy mineral, and shows fair prosenects. At the Brilliant No. 10 Eaul level stopea are carrying about 15lu. of light mineral stone. Started crushing on about 50 tons of stone. Tributors' crushings: Huskin and party have crushed 30 tons for 23oz 2dwt. of smelted gold. Evan...
THE JIMBOUR CASE. FORTIETH DAY OF HEARING. BRISBANE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
THE JIMBOUR CASE. FORTIETH DAY OF HEARING. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 16. To-day the hearing o£ Uu- Jimbour valuation case before the Land Ai-- peal Court entered on its fortieth day. Mr Woolcock, in Iits address on behalf of the Crown, analysed the evidence, and contended that the evidence as tu value given by witnesses for the Hank was not reliable. He had not con cluded his address when the Court ad journed until to-morrow. [The case is one in which the Queensland National Bank claims ap proximately £624.941 as compensation for the compulsory resumption by the Crown of 12G.900 acres of the Jimliour Estate, In the Dalby district. Ills Honor Judge Miller presides, and with him on the Bench are Messrs F. W. Woodbine and F. X. Heeney, mem bers of the Land Appeal Court. The Crown made an offer of £2 2s per ?era The statement ol claim by the Queensland National Bank pets forth that it was proposed to retain a block of land containing 5714 acres, and in addition- they claim compensa...
STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND. PROGRESS OF RAILWAY WORK. BRISBANE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND, I'l'.OCillK.SS OF KA1LWAY WO1.IC. (By Tcli-ii-a-.il.) BltlSUANl-:, Juiy 1G. Uui-ing the last u...l: (!. i:;.i:u;iy Dei :iriiiifiil lias l.u. : i....- ..:,... i1 ; rhaiiis mi UK- Cioni'i.ii.. ..i ? i.. . .1... »iiiii. ami a loiiding m.;1.^ ??: i:'..i u i . 11 vluims was also lnii in. Tli.:- iir. .-,; ill.- liin- williin 66 i.iil.-s i . t ,.i,, -.i:i;. . 'II Hie Ulackall ,-m.-.i.-. -.i, ,vu.:- -.?.,?-; laid fur 1% mile. The Department lias ;.ia.!.- ,i r-,.i. i with tiie line at the I'luiu-an..- n. i. wlK-re a great deal uf fnnn.iti:ii: u.iv,; has to be done. Sunn- diiiicuiiv h;n l-i-L-n i.\i-c-rionceii in goilii1:? :? i- -,i. and the Uepaitiunt i.s advei lisins I'u- '.11 men who are used io pick aiid sh-ivi-1 work. They will b.- uffeicl ins. \ . r dav. Mi- Dunbar, Geneva! Trafllt MaitiR.r, left Rrisbane to-day to make an ii: siiection of the Northern Hallways.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. BRISBANE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS; (By TelesrapliA BRISBANE, Julv 16. The following appointments and transfetB an4 Other notifications In con necUJnn ; with this - Postmaster-General's Denartment 7-aVe' been aproveiJ:— Ar- thur AInswprth Sloane, telegraph mes senger. Charters Towers, salary £32 per annum,, to be .telephone attendant, Ips wich, at preftbnt: ralary. an trout July 26, 1907; and allowance £20 per ?annum. William H. Rollaeton, telephone atten dant. Charters Towers, salary £110 per annum, to -be assistant ?e.t Charters IoW«r» at »rrt«B* salary, aa from lfitb July. 1907, vice Elliott, transterrea. Robert John Webster, telegraph mes senger, : Charters '^Towers, salary IE25 per annum, 'to :be telephone attendint, Churtera Towers, with salary of fSO, aa from 19th July, 1907,' vice Rollason pro moted. George Melbourne Casey, tele graphist; Charters Towers, salary £160 per annum, who Is officer of the cleri cal division; -,to lineman tin charge of office), Wlndorah. Position ir. general d...
COAL LUMPERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
COAL LUMPERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, July IS. In connection with the coal lump '?s' strike, a nueilng of proprietors -? ''I be held to-nicht. but until a de e«''' ' ? - 'ii ill,, nupslion of a Cl' ? i -I .H '?'- I ? - 111 , '? ? 'i ' i.i!l: '?:' ?? iii . ? :ieth-. ? ' ? unl .:' .mil tu uie coal In. i elV call to .'land by ilium in cab- oi another coiifux-neo not being granted. The Steam Collier Owners and Coal Stevedaores' Association held a meet ing to-day and considered the appli cation by the Sydney Labor Council for another conference with an in dependent ch.niarman with regard to the coal lumping trouble. The employ ers decided not to accede to the re quest. Their reasons are contained In (lie following letter which has been addressed to the Sydney Labor Coun cil. 'After mature consideration, the association fails to see the utility of another conference, and therefore cannot accede to the request.' A meeting ot unionist coal lumpers and sympathisers Is to be held In the Protestant Ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
'?''. -';-. TO A WARMER TB^SRAUJRET-' ?* ' '' . | Wo have a very targe Stock on the water to arrive by the next Home Boat. Our Shelves MUST BE CLEAR ED,' and -we offer your our VALU- . - ~ ABLE JST0CK at GREATtT RlimiCED PRICES. . '? ? SOFT SHIRTS, with Collar and Po ckets; extra good quality, 2/6, 3/6, 3/U. PANAMA HATS, prices low, quality superb, 13/6, 17/6, 21/-, 22/6, 2B/-. FEtiT HATS, very stylish, reduced on the same lines. j HHLTtfETS— A very large assortment -.?-?:.? ,..?-.'. ' ,§? ^ BOOTS ' ) The SURRANA CALF BALS. at -16/6 will surprise you for value and style. ' / We are offering TAN KID BOOTS at IS/6— AN EYE-OPENER— the quote I will even surprise' the trade. y ?? I , . THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT' ' I S Ib simply a BEWILDERING COLLECTION ot MOST UP-TO-DATE 1 - MATERIALS. ' )/ INSPECTION INVITED. SEE FOR YOURSELVES. , -l HILLMAN BBOS;J 1 T TAlLOJtS' AND OUTFITTERS, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, TOWNSVILLE. ;'j And at Ravens wood.
NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
NEW SOUTH WALKb. SYDNEY. July 16. At a Liverpool piggery recently 70 pigs died suddenly, and a most search ing investigation by' the Government failed to account for the mortality. A minute by .the Lord Mayor on the street cleansing and maintenance con tract was presented to the City Coun cil last night, fit is opposed to Alder man Taylor's system. The Mayor tald if thlngB did not mend there would be no alternative £-ut la abolish the pre sent system. His minute was carried ? unanimously. At the ajinual meeting of the Salva tion Army hut night, Mr G. V. Reid ' said he thought Christianity would never do all it|could jonless it took Its coat off. It was stated by 'Colonel' , Bosldn that £70,000 had been expended '. during the past year in conducting ;' various Jnititutions connected with the ^edvaUon Army. i,v, It kas stated at Grafton to-day that iiv*' indicate had been formed with a '$j&tiWal-pt.M6M-0 to export timber from, ^^PW^^l^M^' ln' a mIlk ralrlW'SwoUongong to-day, w...
CURRENT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
CURRENT CHAT. Chatterer is pleased to be able to assure "Inquirer" that Mr Willard's electric tram scheme for Townsville is not by any means dead, as he seems &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to fear. The tram scheme, as a scheme, is still very much alive, and likely to re- main so for a considerable time. Willard is willing anyhow. Didn't "Inquirer'" see how he very nearly bought the Ayr railway the other day? &nbsp; He would have, sure, only that the Board didn't want to sell just now, and he hadn't the money. But what's the use of a Financier like Mr Willard wasting his time with trifles like that? Why don't he get Townsville put under offer at once, and the Northern Railway and Charters Towers, and a few other little things? That would give something to work on just for a time, you know. Touching schemes, though, what is wrong with floating an Ark Company Limited, in view of the impending "avalanche" when Ross River is &nbsp; dammed and bursts and com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
W. MOFFLIN AND CO., SPOT CASH BUYER, &nbsp; KANGAROO, WALLABY, BEAR, 'and &nbsp; OPOSSUM SKINS, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Sbeepskins, and all Meat Works', Butchers', and Station Produce. &nbsp; &nbsp; Highest Prices Given. &nbsp; Quick Returns a Speciality, &nbsp; &nbsp; W. MOFFLIN & CO., Flinders-street East, Townsville. H.R.THOMSON, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FLINDERS-STREET, TOWNSVILLE. Real Property Salesman, Auctioneer, Certificated Auditor, Insurance and General Commission Agent. Managing Agent and Attorney in N. Queensland for the NORTHERN FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY of LONDON. Capital: £3,000,000. Funds: £7,112,100. Policies issued and Claims paid by the Undersigned. H. R. THOMSON. IMPORTANT NOTICE IMPROVED ENEMA SYRINGE, Guaranteed English Make. SUITABL FOR TROPICAL CLIMATES PRICE : 5/- ; by post, 5/6 mm W. CLAYTON, Chemist, Townsville. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of MR WIL...
VARIOUS INTERVIEWS. PASSENGERS BY THE ALDENHAM. NORTHERN TERRITORY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
VARIOUS INTERVIEWS. PASSENGERS BY THE ALDENHAM. NORTHERN TERRITORY MATTERS. The Aldenham arrived from China on Tuesday afternoon, nearly a day and a half behind her time. It appears that the vessel experienced strong head winds during the whole of her trip from Thursday Island and also anchored three nights in the Straits. Cairns was left at 11 p.m. on Monday. At Port Darwin a number of Federal Senators and members of the House of Representatives, who have been visit- ing the Northern Territory, were taken on board. The party consisted of Senators Story and Croft, Hons. R. A. Crouch, J. Thompson, H. Willis, and F. Brown, MM.H.R. When approached by a "Bulletin" representative, SENATOR STORY gave the following outline of the tour : — "As you know, we have been visit- &nbsp; ing the Northern Territory to acquire from personal observation information regarding the Northern Territory in re- spect to its proposed transfer from South Australia to the Federal Gov- ernment. We have b...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
PERSONAL. Mr Gordon, of Messrs. McGillvray and Gordon, of Cloncurry. arrived in Townsvillle on Monday, and returns to the copper field to-day. Mr E. A. Weinberg, the well known &nbsp; mining engineer and a director of &nbsp; the Mount Elliott Company, is ex- pected to reach Townsville by the Bingera on Monday, from south on one of his periodical tours. A Brisbane telegram under Tues- day's date says:— Mr F. Kenna, M.L.A. for Bowen, was quietly married this afternoon to Miss Edith Stamp, of &nbsp; Gympie. Mr Allan Sinclair, who has been in charge of Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co.'s branch at Croydon, has been transferred to the charge of one of the New Guinea branches of the Co., and will leave for his new sphere of duty on the 18th. Mr. Lewis, ac- countant of the Normanton branch, replaces Mr Sinclair in Croydon. Bishop Frodsham expects to visit Proserpine during this month. The arrangements at present are (says the "Guardian") that His Lordship, ac- companied ...
GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
GOSSIP. fAil annouTM'omenta of engagements or marriages forwarded for Insertion in this column must be properly authen ticated.] Mrs J. Hutchlnson, who visited Townsvllle for her daughter's wee ding, left on Monday for her homo in Brisbane. Mr and Mrs Murphy, Oak Park, spent a few days in town. Mrs Mur phy left for the south on Monday, and Mr Murphy returned linmn. The friends of Miss Clare Da Costa will he Interested to hear that she is at present residing in Adelaide, having taken up nursing in a private hosi.ltul. Mr G. R. Franklinc, who has been a guest of Mr J. T. Savage, Woodbine station. Prairie, ic-turm-d to Tr;wns vllle on Monday. Mrs .1. M. Doyle, who has been on a visit to her sun at Oooktown for the last six months, has returned to Townsvllle. A committee comprising Messrs W. V. Brown, C. W. Oilljert, C. JS. Half. W. A. Williams, J. 1!. H. Smith, ami F. D. R. Grant (secretary) was appointed at a meeting of gi-ntlcnicn on Tuc« .lay to arrange preliminaries for a ha'l t' b...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1907. DEVELOPMENT BY STEAMSHIP SUBSIDISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1907. DEVELOPMENT BY STEAMSHIP SUBSIDISATION. There is, fortunately, no party feeling obstacle to the project for a subsidised steamship service to London by the Torres Straits route. It has the sup- port of the Premier, the leader of the Opposition, and at least the tacit ap- proval of the third party in State poli- tics. Mr Kidston has taken the very wise practical step of negotiating with the New South Wales Government for a partnership in this service. Its ter- minus at Brisbane would be, no doubt, of some, benefit to that port. But this gain would not be sufficient to justify foregoing financial help towards the subsidy from New South Wales. The Sydney terminus for the service would much reduce the subsidy required, be- cause of the increased earning power thus afforded it. If the New South Wales Government cannot undertake to share the subsidy, the advantage derived by Brisbane from being the terminus of the service will be some compensatio...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. &nbsp; July 16,—Aldenham, s, Captain Hood, from China via ports. Passengers:— &nbsp; Mr Englander, and five in the steerage. Through passengers:—For Brisbane: &nbsp; &nbsp; Hon. R. A. Crouch, M.H.R. For Syd- ney: Mesdames Henty, J. R. Mupple; &nbsp; Misses Henty, Kleemo, Collis, Newman, Bushell, Bolton; Dr Kuhlman; Sena- tors Story and Croft, Hons. T. Brown and H. Willis; Misses F. J. Wood, J. Marsden, Kleemo, H. T. Davis, W. T. Hayae, Field, J. Taylor, C. Jackson, For Melbourne: Mrs Jameson; Misses &nbsp; Seal (2); Messrs Seal, W. B. Jameson, &nbsp; J. Troy, H. Hobbs, O. J. Gibson, F. Brown. For Adelaide: Mrs Pennifold and five children; Messrs H. Raymond, D. Taylor; and 50 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. July 16.—Wodonga, s. Captain J. E. &nbsp; Meaburn, from Melbourne via ports. Passengers:—Mesdames Fraser, R. W. &nbsp; &nbsp; Armitage, Saville and child, ...
BILLIARDS INMAN V. GRAY MATCH. BRISBANE, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
GILIURDS INMAN V. GRAY MATCH. (By Telegraph.) BRISBAN1C, July IT. The billiard match between Iiix.a:i .ind Gray was continue:] to-day. In the afternoon Inmnn compiled breaks of 137. 114. 47. 40. C7. 133 and 35 (un finished). At the conclusion of the session the scores were :— Gray, C044 ; Inman, 41C5. In the evening Inman Increased his unfinished break to 212. Following this he strung together a break of 434, his highest in Australia. Included in the break was a record run of 270 o(I the red ball. Oray made runs of 45, 46, 36, and 49, and at the conclusion of tho play the scores were — Gray (receives 4000), 02S2: Inman, 5001.
THE RIFLE. THE BISLEY MEETING. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
THE RIFLE, THE BISLEY MEETING. (Liy Cable.) LONDON, July 17. Shaw (Brisbane) tied for first prize in the All Comers' Aggregate with 1G!- out of 175. The aggregate Is made up of :— The 'Alexandra,' 200yds and UilOyds ; 'Dally Graphic,' 200yds ; ?'Graphic,' 500 yards ; 'Dally Tele graph,' 000yds. The possible is 175. Cutler, with SI, tied with four others In the Principals' Match, and has to shoot off. Addison wins £5 for being sixth with a score of 89. In the Alexandra Match (200 and COO yards), Edwards mid Shaw scored 07 cut or 70; Searle made CG. These three men win £'- each.