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VICTORIA'S GOVERNOR. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

VICTORIA'S GOVERNOR. LONDON, July 17. Sir R. A. 3. Talbot {Governor el VietortaV sails ior Australia ;*y;.j£e « P. and O.. steamer Moldavia, embark ing at Marseilles. _ :.- ?'

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LIBEL ACTION. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

LIBEL ACTION. LONDON, July 17. Mr W. Lever, member of the House of Commons for Cheshire, and head of the Sunlight soap firm, Is prosecuting the ' Daily Mall ' and ' Evening News ' for alleged libel connected with statements published regarding tho soap trust. He declares that the at tacks of these journals cost him in a few weeks £40,000 In sales alone, while £2,000,000 worth of £10 preference shares declined £1 each, besides losses over or dinary shares and the goodwill. Later. The published Imputations against Mr Lever have been withdrawn. The ' Daily Mall ' and ' Mirror ' actions have been settled by payment of £50,000 damages.

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[?] TH BOUNTIES BILL. MELBOURNE, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

£?££[.; TH BOUNTIES BILL. - .' MELBOURNE, Judy 17. ihe Bounties Bill, the second read Ing of which was moved in the House of Representatives to-day by Mr Groom, provides for the uayment of £530,000 during a period of IB years from July 1st, 1907, In bounties to growers and producers. Only white labor is prescribed, but the employ ment of aboriginals is not to preju dice the claims for bounty. Standard rates of wages are to be paid.- Sched ules are as follows:— Ginned cotton, for eight years 10 per cent, maximum amount In any one year £6000. Fibres, N.Z. flax, for ten years 10 per cent, maximum £3000. Flax and hemp, 6 years 10 per cent, maximum £8000. Jute, five years 20 per cent, maximum £9000. SBal hemp, 10 years 10 per cent, maxi tnum £3000. Mohair, 10 years, 10 per cent, maxi mum £2000. ' OH materials supplied to any oil factory for the manufacture of oil from copra, 15 years, 15 per cent, maximum 2C000. Cotton «=er-d, S years, 10 per cent, maximum £1000. Linseed, flaxsecd, 4 yea...

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RECALCITRANT VENEZUELA. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

RECALCITRANT VENEZUELA. LONDON. July 17. Venezuela refuses to obey the award of the Hague Arbitration Court con demning her to pay 100,000,000 francs (£4,1C6,666) to her Belgian creditors.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

PERSONAL. Dr. Lister, of Charters Towers, has consented to act as judge of the poul try at the forthcoming Cairns show. Archdeacon Campbell was a through passenger oy the Wodonga for Cairns from his New Zealand trip.

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BRITISH NAVAL REVIEW. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

BRITISH NAVAL REVIEW. LONDON, July 17. King Edward will review the Homo. Fleet in the Solent on August 3. In cluded will be 12 battleships, 24 cruis ers, and 120 torpedo destroyers and submarines.

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CABLE MESSAGES. MILITARY AIRSHIPS. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

CXBLE MES85ffifE& MILITARY AIRSHIPS. LONDON, July 17. The French balloon Patrie Is now stationed at Verdun. The Government are constructing a fleet of similar air ships, and energetically training men In aerial navigation. Germany is uneasy at France having a five years' start in airships.

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CRUISERS FOR THE WEST INDIES. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

CRUISERS FOR THE WEST INDIES. LONDON. July 16. The Admiralty wlU . vstaOon three cruisers permanently In the West In dies. , ' . . ? ;

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ILLNESS OF "OUIDA." LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

ILLNESS OF ' OUIDA,' LONDON, July 16. ' Oulda ' (Mdlle. de la Ramee) Is dy ing. She receives nobody and refuses medical care. ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

Housewives snould always ask fos Jones' IXL Jams, because they are tha, very best on the markets.* . ; SARAMA can be applied with safety to the youngest babe, aJlayB irritation; healing and antiseptic It ii said that at least 450,000 meteors1, fall from the heavens and strike tao earth every hour during tne year; and! yet when a man goes home with a damaged hat and tells his wife that ho was struck by a meteor she will not believe h-m! *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

? : ? ? ? m &ARROLLS' Clean Sweep at ' Carrolls.' It's a glorious time for Bargains, not a c rner of the S(orc lias brwn skipped, not a shelf or a drawer or a package missed. Every article has beca looked at willi eyes of Coldest Criticism and its profits mprcilessly cut. Former values h ive counted mighty little. 'VThftt has been or what may be has cot been regarded. We are working f'»r STOW. The- Store has. been taken over by Mr. Hush, and every article must be cleared » ut within the next two weo**. Tuiuk what this means 10 YOTJ- It means that yoi \v !l have the opportunity of buying the bes,t of Goods cheaper 1 y a long way than any other Btore could offer. (Me tor flu Bargains. Tbey won't last for miich longer HERE'S THE CLIMAX IN VALUE-GIVING. 5000 us^tal Remnants, consisting of Drsss Goods, Flannellette, Prints, Calicos, Sheeting, Ribbons, J^0LCjes, Embroideries, to be given away at any price. 5b pieces Cress Trimmings at Id per yard. THE STORE OF LITTLE PRICES, T0WNS...

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THE COAL LUMPERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

THE COAL LUMPERS' STRIKE. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July Hi. The Steam Colliers' Owners and Coal Stevedores' Association, while declin ing another conference witli the coal lumpers, acceded to tho wish of the Unionist delegates, and to-day met the same representative men, including Mr Hughes, M.P. (the general secretary of the Wharf Laborers' Union), Mr W. Maci-y (president of the Coal Lump ers' Union), and Mr W. O'ConiicIl (sec i clary of the Union). The interview lasted three hours. It was ascertained that Mr Hughes sparvd no effort In the direction of bringing about a settle ment of the dispute. The employers exhibited a conciliatory rpirii, but made it clear to Mr Hughes what had caused the trouble, and what conces sions they had made at. tho public con ference. When the delegates parted it was understood that something good might come out of the interview. As (he matter now stands, it is practically certain that the wharf laborers will not decide upon any extreme action.

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NEW ZEALAND FINANCES SIR J. G. WARD'S STATEMENT. WELLINGTON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

NEW ZEALAND FINANCES SIR J. G. WARD'S STATEMENT. (By Telegraph.) WELLINGTON, July 17. Sir Joseph Ward delivered his finan cial statement in the House of Repre sentatives lasl niBht. This showed that the revenue amounted to £8,399,073, a'l increase of iSM.ilB. ana the expendi ture totalled £7,774,920, an increase ol! £Cj2.'SC. The credit balance at the end of the year (including the previous years balance) was £717,825, and the debt at the end of the year was £64.17».-JM. an increase of £1,986,000. The cost of the late international exhibition was £(jO,.~--hi, while the estimated gain lo the country from the exhibition was nearly £333.000. Further restrictions against the en trance of Chinese would be proposed by means of a high educational test. Tho graduated land tax would be in creased on estates of £40,000 and up wards on unimproved values. Present holders of leases in perpetuity would bo offered the option of freehold at a price lo be fixed by arbitration and the pro ceeds would...

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INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES. CUTTERS' AND TURNERS' UNION. SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES. t CUTTERS' AND TURNERS' UNION. (By Teleerapll.) SYDNEY. July 10. At a meeting of the executive or the Cutters' and Turners' L'nion last night it was announced that In only one fac tory had new rates of pay been re fused, and in that case only three men were affected. Four less expert hands, however, had been allowed to work at a lower scale. The trouble with em ployers, it was announced, was at an end.

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STRIKE AT BARREN JACK. SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

STRIKE AT BARREN JACK. tBy Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July lfi. Word was received In Sydney yester day stating that the employees at Barren Jack, numbering 350, had struck work in connection with what is known as time allowance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

DO KOT MAKE THE MISTAKE of thinking that SANDER AND SONS* PURE VOLATILE EUOAL1PTI EX TRACT is like the many eucalyptus preparations now foisted on tho public us 'extracts.' and as '-il for medi cinal use.' These latter have given rise to intense inflammation when ap plied to tender surfaces. SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EU CALYPTI EXTRACT, on the othei hand, is always safe, reliable, and ef fective, and has a healing power peculiarly Its own. It is authoritatively proved to have no equal In Its effect on colds, influenza, lung troubles, sores, etc. Therefore, insist upon the genuine, and reject all others. — 0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

\p LADIES HAS ppe^ei- ^S& Tyjh*wlM^ -1— — ^— With a Flourish, 3? ^yS&iiP^ and Customers are promfei / #T?\ f EW Wlif S . :^&k.o mem* ' ^ ???''? i ' »' M

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. WINTON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph.) (From Our Correspondents.) QUEENSLAND. WINTON, July 17. At the Police Court this morning a man named Victor Vale, aged 32, was charged with unlawfully and Indecently dealing with a girl under the age of, 12 years. Mr Weedon appeared for ac cused. Acting-Sergeant Mackenzie de posed to arresting accused on a vacant allotment near the Winton Hotel, where accused was being detained by two railway officials. Prisoner was reman- . ded for eight days, bail being refused. It was stated that prisoner's actions led to Investigation by the railway offi cials referred to, and they secured him after a fierce resistance. The affair caused considerable sensation. Ac cused is a comparative stranger in town. Warrnambool Downs shearing is ex pected to finish to-morrow, after which the men go to Afton Downs, the Fed eral Shearing Co. being the contrac tors. Shearers under engagement by the Winton Co. left by this morning's train for Olio, where they will shear 20,000 shfep,...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALi:s-. SYDNEY, July 17. The Wiicannla coach, which left Ilourko last night, was, with the mails, destroyed by fire at Yanda station, about 2') miles out. The mails Included those for Louth, Titpa, Wilcannia, and all Intermediate stations between Yanda and Wilcannia. It seems that the coach pulled up at Yanda during a heavy storm of rain and lightning; the horses were taken out and the occu pants of the coach took shelter. When the driver, W. Morrison, returned v*ith the horses he was horrir.v.1 ^- *nd no thing but the wheels of the coach re maining. Two large water spouts were ob served 20 miles due east of the Heads yesterday afternoon. The Health Officer of the City Coun cil approves of the Premier's proposal to make consumption a compulsory no tifiable disease throughout New South Wales. The Shop Assistants' Union has pro posed a scheme of Interstate federation'. Mr. Wm. Hughes, M.P., complains of the unnecessary delay to oversea pas sengers by quarantine regulations ...

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