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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
MINING. Some time ago it \,-as rei.n.-t-.a Jiai the carriage of ore between cioneurry and Richmond, owing lu mm i city ? .£ teams, had been practically stopped. A recent visitor in tin; dihuict iej.u!-'..s that ore is now being freely wiit to the railway terminus fur transport lu southern smeller:-. The J.R.D. trlbutors' sands from the last crushing sold at Ms. a tun. The concentrates and sludges are yet to be dealt with (says the Ravenswood ? 'Mining Journal'). The New Premier mine cleaned up on Friday nlsht a crushing of 6 tons i;f slum- at the Deep , Mines Mill for a return of 26uz. ttdut. 12gr. smelted gold. Residues yet to come. It is reported from Tamworth, New South Wales, that a diamond has been found in Watson's Creek by Mr P. O. Murray. The gem is straw colored. About half a dozen diamonds of ex ? cellent quality have been found In the ?- . locality. if.. Mount Brown Tin Mine.— J. Lennox, f'_ acting manager, renorts for the lour ? ? weeks ending July 6:— Cleopatra (main sh...
TO-DAY'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
TO-DAY'S MAILb. Wlnton and intermediate places : 6 a.m. Townsville to Charters Towers and Intermediate places : 6 a.m.. 12.16 p.m. and 5.46 p.m. Ravenswood and places between Ra venswood Junction and Ravenswood : S.46 a.m. and 12.15 p.m. TownsvlUe to Ayr, Brandon, Lower Burdekin and Bowen, 1.30 p.m. For Macktiy, Brisbane. Syd ney, Melbourne, Hobart, and LauncoB ton : Newspapers and packets, 6.15 Newspapers and packets, C.15 p.m.; re gistered letters. 5 p.m.: ordinary let ters. 7.15 p.m.; late fee letters, 7.30 p.m. (Per s.s. Marloo.)
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
PimppiNG news. iRRIVALS. K^ajifly 17.— Mintanve, Captain W.. G. IB* ^Ptovo, from Bouthern ports. Adelaide m 8.8. Co., Ltd., agents. |}}-:':' DEPARTURES. :VV; - July 17.— Wodonga, b, Captain J. E. \ ? Meaburn, for northern ports. Passen ' ?':'' ' gers :— Mesdames R. W. Armltage, Sa ''?'? vlUe and child, Poynter, W. Scott, F. O. ?-.' ' Henry. Hodnett, P. W. Kitchen, S. . Creedy and child. Sams, J. Kenny, H. , Johnson, J. Bardsley, Hartley, Ismay, .'''. WUBon and five children; Misses L. Mcllkenny, Mace, Shannon, Scott, M. Kenny, Brlggs (2), Davidson; Arch deacon Campbell, Rev. A. K. Chlgnell, Captains W. H. Lee and G. A. Moore; Messrs Chas. Lane, P. McNaughton, W. H. Blakeley, S. R. Sams, Saville, Poyn ter, Curlewls, R. A. Vivian, W. Scott, P. O. Henry, Brlggs, Hodnett, H. John stone, F. W. Kitchen, W. Ivory, M. Drummond, F. H. Gee, R. Dooian, S. Armstrong, C. H. Daly, J. Cummings, J. McCuIlagh, Murtan, J. B. Lewis, Halllgan, Wiley, Clarldgc; and 33 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
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AMERICAN BATTLESHIP EXPLOSION. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
AMERICAN BATTLESHIP EXPLO SION. LONDON. July 16. Details of the explosion on the United States battleship Georgia show that while a charge weighing 2001b. was be ing lifted from a hoist two seamen no ticed the cover smouldering, shouted a warning, and threw themselves on the floor. There was a terrific burst of flames. The turret was filled with smoke and noxious gases. A numbzr tried to escape through the hatchway. Some gained the deck and jumped into the sea. The chaplain was the first to enter the turret. Two more deaths have occurred, and six are in a pre carious condition.
THE FINANCE BILL. INCOME TAX CLAUSE. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
THE FINANCE BILL. INCOME TAX CLAUSE. LONDON. Julv 17. In connection with the Finance Bill Mr Asqulth (Chancellor of the Ex chequer) has refused to accept Mr J. F. B. Rawlinson's clause exempting an in come wnicn has already paid income tax In the colonies from assessment In Great Britain. Mr Asqulth said he went very thoroughly Into the matter with Mr Deakin (Prime Minister of Australia) and Dr Jameson (Premier of. Cape Col ony) during the recent Colonial Con ference, and flattered himself that ho had succeeded in persuading them that it was quite Impossible for the Impe rial Government to make any change in the direction desired. He was un able to agree that any grievance exis ted as regards Individuals. ' If a man resided here,' he asserted, ' he enjoyed the protection of our laws, and It was only fair that he should contribute in come tax on the whole of his income wheresoever It arose. When a com pany was substantially controlled and directed in a colony or foreign country the i...
THE ALL-RED ROUTE. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
THE ALL-RED ROUTE. LONDON. Julv 17. The ' Daily Telegraph ' asserts that the Government committee consisting of Messrs Lloyd-George (President of tho Board of Trade), Sydney Buxton (Postmaster-General), W. Runcimar. (Financial Secretary to the Treasury), and Winston Churchill (UnderSecra tary for the Colonies) decided against the All-Red route, chiefly on financial grounds. It is expected the Cabinet will endorse their decision.
FIJIAN LAND SALES. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
FIJIAN LAND SALES. LONDON, July 17. At Lord Stanmore's request, the Earl of Elgin (Colonial Secretary) has con sented to present all correspondence re specting the sale of land In the pro vinces of Rewa and Naitasiri, Fiji. Lord Stanmore expressed a .fear that it was possible, under the recent Anglo French ordinance authorising the re quisition of land for public purposes, to deprive the Fijians of the whole of their lands. The Earl of Elgin replied that the Government was still bound to protect the interests of the natives, who were unable, owing to declining population, to cultivate tho land available. Zt was the Government's duty to takt nil pos sible steps to promote settlement on the islands and increase tho population. The £arl of Elgin believed that the corres .'?ondence would satisfy Lord Stanmore.
SANDOWN PARK RACES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
SANDOWN PARK RACES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 17. At tho Sandpwn .Park meeting to-flay the chief event resulted : — ' PARK HANDICAP, 1H Mile. H. W.Tayibr's b c Difke of Prtston, ' by , Preston— Quickness; Syrs. .... 1 C. F. Brown's b h Togo, 4yrs, ...... 2 W, R.Orr- br m Precodous, 6yrs. 3 . Won, by four lengths. Time, 2.^5.
HERBERT RIVER JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING ENTRIES. INGHAM, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
HERBERT RIVER JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING ENTRIES. (By Telegraph.) INGHAM, July 17. The following entries have been re ceived for the H.n.J.C. annual meet Inir: — FIRST HACK RACH, 5 furlongs:— Togo, B.M., Hawthorne, Lotiehand, Kinghorn, Aeronaut, Blaze, Morocco, Imperial, Lipari, Almlra. Clown, Re covery, Omah, Tenny. FLYING HANDICAP, fi furlongs.— Admiral, The Thief, Glacis, Chorister, Avernus, Mimosa, Merjbah, Kissing Cup, Lady Ayr, Weronga, Nun Nicer, Dearest. HERBERT RIVER GRAND NA TIONAL STEEPLECHASE, 2% .miles — Leo, Chumpkins, Queen popper, Mo rocco, Grasshopper, Clown, Caruso. RKCOND HACK iiX'CE, 1 '' mile Togo, Ariel, Llpa'rl, Hawthorne, Clown. Kinghorn, Aeronaut, ' Blaze, Morocco, Imperial, Chumpkins, ' Almlra, Lohc hand. .Recovery, Omali; Teimy. '' ' DISTRICT '. PLATE, 7 ? nirlohgs.— Ad- miral, Lipari, Almlra, KlnKhrirn, Glacis, Meribah, Hawthorne, Kissing Cup, Cameo. LADIES' BRACELET, l.mUe.rAj* miral, Tenny, Lipari, The Thief, Kiss Ing Cup', Lonehand, Caruso, Garcpn, Aer...
FOOTBALL. EXCURSION TO CHARTERS TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907
FOOTBALL (BY THREE-QUARTER.) EXCURSION TO CHARTERS TOWERS. Under the auspices of the Townsvillc Rugby football' Union an excursion to Charters Towers will take place on Sunday, when a Townsville fifteen will visit the goldfleld to try conclusions with a local team. Notwithstanding that Townsville were badly Beaten by Ravenswood on Saturday last, It Is expected they wIU give a good account of themselves when the two teams meet. The train is timed to leave Townsville at 7.3rt a.m., and Charters Towers at 7.30 p.m.. so that excursionists will not be under any disadvantage as to want ot time. In the afternoon they will have tlio option of visitlni the footliall nutclios. It is expected that a large number of people will avp1' themselves of the trip.