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NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY Julv J. A comparison of the consolidated re venue for the - year with expenditure was made available to-day, and' shown a surplus of not less than £1,33^82. Tho expenditure was £12,049,144. f

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

\ * - * ' FlfnYftft Street TO W2frt VILLE j „ |f » ' ' ' ' ' ? * *? * SPECIAL EAUCEL, ' - - PT7&E WOOL SWIATEBB, - 3V$ RECEIVED BY SBtjTaSlftK MAILT v tJOLORBD J?ND ?^atlTE.^jj 8tand-4lp Roll or Turndown -Jgllars fitted with Patonirigrjiroal' Protector. ' 4s 6d, 6$ 6-ff 7s 6d, §s 6d each! 11 SPECIAL LINE ? btXj-ez M:j2s:a?uK-^3 sweaters L/1- *i Color Wh'Vtei Pure Wool, In terwoven with. White Silk, INSPECTION INVITED, ? SEE -WINDOWS.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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ARBITRATION CASE SHEARERS' WAGES, ETC. SYDNEY, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

ARBITRATION CASE SHEARERS' WAGES, ETC. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 1. Giving evidence In the shearing dis pute before the Federal Arbitration Court to-day, J. K. Doyle, of Cononbar station, said In 1902 the average .tally of a man named Press was 88, and the weight of fleece 51b. 13oz. Next year his aver age was 84. THe best sheep cut dur ing the year was 101b. 12oz. In 1904 he averaged 103 sheep cutting 91b.; in 1905, It was 104, on an average clip of 91b. 4m.; In 1906 it was 107, on a clip 91b. 13oz. Norman John Smith Culliford, man ager of Hcrawinla station, on the Queensland border, also gave evidence of wool averages from 1896 to 1906, the figures being 8%lb., 7%lb., 6-ll/161b., C'/,lb., 51b. 13oz., 5«lb., 61h. 13&OZ., 7%lb. Tho sheep were plain merino and good shearing sheep. William Morice, Murranumble sta tion, near the Dalgety Estates, said, compared with 1891, sheep were a little heavier In wool and the wool was a little denser and longer in staple. The average cu...

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

'My friend,' said a solemn man, 'haw you ever Oone aught to make the community In which you live the better for your living in it?' 'I have done much,' replied the other humbly, ?'to purify the homes of my fellow beings.' 'Ah!' continued the solemn man with a pleased look; 'you distri bute tracts?' 'No; I clean carpets.' 'Now. Willie,' said a schoolmaster to a pupil, 'how many seconds make a minute?' 'Masculine or femlne?' 'Masculine or feminine! What do you mean?' 'There's a big difference.' re plied the youngster. 'When father says he'll be down in a minute It takes him sixty seconds; but sister's minutes contain about six hundred seconds!' Daughter: I'm sure I have donn everything I could to keep young MY Green from calling her-' but ho won't stay away. Crusty Valhor: Have you tried singing to him?

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TRAINING NOTES CLUDEN, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

TfiAIHiNC NOTES CLUDEN. July 1. The weather was beautifully cool, tor training work Oils morning, but ? heavy dew on tho grass was uncom fortable for touts. There were no Ume-'maUng gallops, outside of Mi mosa, who' before dayllshl broke away from about' the flve furlong post ana ran hojne at a- solid gallon, but It was too Jarfc to discern the ]u-s'ts. Slai was also but before daylight negotiating two rounds with a brush home over half a mile. Carlisfs task was two rounds of half and three-quarter pace. Tit nils, was similarly treated, an3 Clifton was given two laps of Eerr vlceablo work. The Jester was simi larly dealt with. Tenny covered two laps nt half and three-quarter pace. Waiuku went over a circle, running home the last half-mile in* 64. King and Pardon worked together over a round, leaving tho last five furlongs behind .In 1.8. Avernus negotiated two rounds at easy and half patte, and Tho Raven was given similar exercise. Rivulet looking nice and fresh got over 111 mile of...

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SPORTING TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

bPOETING lOflF MDTES ' ' The Aramac, due -to-day, Is bringing north from Brisbane three horses con - ' signed, to Mr Munro and another will, be shipped at Rock'ham'ptoh, consigned to the jetty wharf. Owners and others Interested In tho Flying Handicap and Townsvllle Cup, are' Invited to discuss matters at lire secretairy's office at S p.m., to-morrow .(Wednesday).*

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. HUGHENDEN, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph.'' (From Our Correspondents.) QUEENSLAND. HUGHENDEN, July I. Oliver had a kneecap knocked oir while footballing on Saturday. PORT DOUGLAS, July 1. George Prlngle, a well known cane grower, resident at Saltwater, nea- Mossman, received a severe injury while watching a row between Japan ese residents at Mossman, on Saturday last. He was taken to the Port Dout las Hospital in a Berlous condition, but Is now progressing favorably. THURSDAY ISLAND, July 1. George Ncllson accidentally shot him self in the right breast yesterday at Prince of Wales Island, and died on the way to Thursday Island. CHARLEVILLE, July T. Over 700 horses are now here for the sale next week. With regard to the appearance or ticks the general opinion amongst stock owners Is that too much of the Stock Inspectaor's time Is taken up with new duties imposed on him in attending to inspection under trie Shearers' Accommodation Act, which prevents him giving the requisite time to the inspection o...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 1. Brackenborough, who was arrested on suspicion of having murdered Mrs. Smith at Tego, Barrengun district, has confessed to the crime. His tracks were seen where he followed the wo man when she was riding through tho scrub. The motive of the crime Is un known.

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COLLIERY MATTERS. LEASE OF UNWORKED LAND. SETTLEMENT OF A DISPUTE. BRISBANE, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

COLLIERY MATTERS. LEASE OF UNWORKED LAND. SETTLEMENT OF A DISPUTE. CBy Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 1. The unworked portion of the Aber dare colliery property In the Bumlamba district to the amount of about 356 acres, has been leased to Messrs Walker and Co. Arrangements have been made to purchase electrical coalcut ting machines, and the company will proceed to sink a shaft on the property Immediately. The general demand for Bundamba coal for shipping purposes has been largely Increased of late, and It is stated that British and foreign owiieib have within the last few months en tered largely Into contracts through their London agents for supplies of coal at Brisbane for various steamers over which they have control. Last week what Is expected will be the concluding sitting of the conference between the employers and employees of the West Moreton collieries was hold, and it Is Interesting to note that with out the intervention of (he ArbiiraMon A'ourt practlcaly all condiions ef labo...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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THE MAIL CONTRACT. A NEW PHASE. MELBOURNE July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

THE MAIL CONTRACT. A NEW PHASE. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE July 1. The mall contract question to-day entered upon a new phase. Mr Croke; waited on Mr Deakln and informed him that he had received a cable from England to the eflect that the syndi cate was prepared to completely com ply with all the demands of the Fede ral Government. The Prime Minister stated that the matter had been discussed in Cabinet. New developments had occurred but. the result of the Cabinet's deliberations could not be made known until .tu morrow. 'Is It correct,' he was asked, 'that the syndicate has o tiered to put up the bond?' 'I am Informed,' he replied, 'this Is going to be done, but I have no know ledge that it has been done. All T know is that complete compliance is said to have been promised to meet our demands. I hope,' he add^d, 'to be able to make a further communica tion to-morow.' SYDNEY July 1 'I admit nothing and deny every thing,' said Mr Chapman to-day when asked to give some information as to...

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

|1| PRj^CE JLOWERmGS AT The stream of good merchandise continues to flow out of the More in a broad deep tide, if you come you can't help being swept along in the current in the direction of economy and sai is faction. By these G*eat Price Lowerings we have wiped out mostofprofiis, buUhnisa GREAT CLEAN SWEEP of Goods owing to the business having changed hands, and Mr. Rush will conduct it on the same popular lines as hitherto, for Every Department plays a part in the radi cal price cutting. Every Department tells an eloquent tale of buying enthusiasm. ? r Department tells a tale of triumph ant victory in selling never before ex perienced. The Prices are so low that we cannot buy wholesale such another stock at the same prices as we offer the Goods at to-day ! The Store of Little Prices.

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

LENNONS' CASH DEAPEEY MfSf GREAT WINTER SlW NOW ON For the Carjaiyal Week : Beautiful Millinery, Stylish Coats and Jackets, , Flam and iFaaey Sunshades. 4 The Latest Novelties in Neck-wear», Fur Boas, and v Necklets. Fascinators for Evening Wear. /^ Choice Belts. 1 ?' ??? ' ? ? .:? — :.r ?:;-???? ? ? .: ?-*£? ?^;m

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

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REVENUE RETURNS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

REVENUE RETURNS. (By Telegraph.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE. .lUiy 1. The revenue of Queensland for the month of June was £454,S3S, an IncroaKj of £45,448 compared with ?.he similar month of 1900. The prlnr: pa! Increases were:— Amount received Crom the com monwealth. £39,300; railways, £36,3J3. The principal decreases were:— Terri- torial, £8250; other receipts, CUASi. The expenditure for the month was £9S7,702, a decrease of £6275 compared with the same month of 1900. The revenue for the 12 months was £4,307,912. an Increase of £454,390. The principal Increases were :— Amount received from the Common wealth, £85,521; taxation, £40,573; terri torial, £14,7SC; railways, £2S7,OC0; other receipts, £20,44C. The expenditure for the 12 months was £3,911,797, an increase compared with the 12 months ended June. l'.KHi. of £1SO,OK5. The principal increases were : — Chief Secretary, £S1SS; Home Secretary, M.1.4S0; Works, US.fijr,; Justice, IXX: Treasurer, £11,!ISS; Lands, £L'S,2K4; Agri culture an...

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

'Mamma, ' mo: — ? ?'??- pale, limp little boy on a lounge ii- tin- main saloon of tho steamer, 'do |» ii'le uver die of seasickness?' 'No, dear.' 'I wish they did.' Lady: 'After I gave you tliat nice dinner you didn't saw that, wood.' Tramp: 'Pardon mo. Inly; y1''' grammar is bad. You slm-ilil say, 'Viiu didn't seo that woo.l.' ami then you're wrong; I saw ft when I came in.' For children's Hacking Cnush :it Night. Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure. Is 6d.*

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

DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKE of thinking that SANDER AND RONS' PURE VOLATILE EUC \L\PTI EX TRACT Is like the many eucalyptus preparations now foisted on tho public ns 'extracts.' and rfs '01 for medi cinal use.' These latter have given rlst! to Intense Inflammation when ap plied to tender surfaces. PANDER AND SONS' PUP.E VOLATILE EU CALYPTI EXTRACT, on the olhot hand, is always safe, reliable, and ef jfoctive, and has a healing power peculiarly Its own. It Is njthorlta-lvelv proved to have no cnua: In its effent on colds, influenza, lune troubles, sorep^ |tc Therefore, insist upon tho genuine, and reject all othere.— 0, For Bronchial Coughs take A noted clergyman was in his study writing, when his five-year-old daugii tor walked in and asked:— 'What ore you writing, papa?' 'I am .writ ing ,.- a, sermon, daughter.' 'Hot dn yuit*Vnow' what to write, papa'' 'God IcIIb me what tr. write, daughter.1 After watching her father a few 'in'mites, the little girl said: 'Papa, ir G;»i tellB you what...

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

You oft i. ?'ir : ?: England, And .-i li. !:? ..i. L t,. and Wales. An.; ii- 'Braes of Bonnie Scotland,' Wn: i..- siiiring r.onlei- T.iles: Bui :?? ' r..iwt Australia (No t.d..i- -l-ies are bluer), And its i'i:nnuK hoiiFohoM remedy— Wi :-.?'.- iJreat Pepper u in i -'ur.-.«

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

HC A ft K! PC bronchitis LHHMLU CURE ; Tho Famous Remedy fox? i COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, & CONSUMPTION, Has the Largest Sale of any Chest Medicine in the World. ' Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its wonderful influence. Us healine power is marvellous -?iifiv-rpr-: from nn»(n™«(iimn,i,ii-. n~ u n-re i. ., Breathing. Hoarseness. Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and immedlu/i&iefT^T^^ ! effects a Complete Cure It is most comforting in allayinTirritationiUe throat a«d giving stre'ngth to the ^0Tce?and i, TS her a° low' a Cough^o As h^ 'o beJLe i ^'^i nor CoBsnmption to develop. Consumption has never been known to exist where 'Coughs' have been properly treated with this medicine -L itZSl f thonld be without it, as. taken at the beginning, a dose it) generally snfficient, and a Complete Cure'is certain. ProPe'y featea with tbis medicine. No hous* } Beware Of Imitations ! The ereat Huoeess of HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE, has induced a n...

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THEATRE ROYAL. WILLCUGHRY AND WARD CO. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

THEATP.H It' (YA1-. wiLi.' ?uc:;r.v \xr- w.-mjii en. Sel.lom. !f i'V't. !':is a Towusvilli! .aulicnee been turned to a lifter th--airic.il iirform-inre than that which' Hie WilloiiKlil-y and W.n-,1 New London Comedy Company |i'.o sented last night in ihe Theatre llnya'. There- was. a largo and appreciative company gathered to witness tii. ,r. Rc.itatlnii of the tarr-ic.il mni.-dy hi tliree.nctn entitled 'TI'o Man from Mexico' hv H. A. Du SomoIioI. Tho piece, as the lido nuwsls. !s an Ahicrlcan one. 'J'he story, an Inlrfit ing f.pd exciting one. is of the arr-st, imprisonment, and release of a w.alt'.y hotel proprietor lor assaulting a tab man 4n New V.irk w»-:i- lnl.'l'M-l In act 1 the arrest is cleverly n.Tocled by a detective, who refii'ol to bo. brll-firt. In act 2 some lira of prison life iH conveyed to the .lU'iioiic riii-.i tlic Fc'eno In Warden I.ovoill's ciftlf:.i. BlIfiyilreTsland gaol, In which both ^ LliEftbmrMlaant and the defendant mo Incareeratei Through the tullucnc.c...

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

/AJJ.&N. 0£8£ STEAMERS are intended to. be des patched from JETTY WHARF, as under:— ? v ? ? » -, ' BOWBN I ' '- MACKAY I -r BOCKHAMPTON ARAMAG, -Keppel Bay)* Monday.; July 8th, BRISBANE- ' 1 frm. BDNDABERQ* MARrB'R'UGH* BYDNEY WYANDRA, MELBOURNE ! Monday, July 15, Transhipping for 1 p.m. Adelaide and Fremantle . ' ? ? __ — BOWBN BINGERA, MACKAY Every Monday. 'GLADSTONE At 9.« BRISBANE from .. . ' ? 1 Railway Station. CAIRNS I. ARAMAC, PORT . DOUGLASJ Wednesday July 3, COQgTOWN I 2.80 p.m. . '~' MARANOA. . COOKTOWN ISaturday, July ' 20, THURSDAY IS'D| 2 p.m. NORMANTON |From Town Whart BURKETOWN 1 Cargo received up to 6 p.m. Fridays. IAJCINDAPOINT| KURANDA. ' CARDWELL | Every Monday. MOURILYAN | 10 a.m. GERALDTON , | From Jetty Wharf CAIRNS ( No cargo received PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. I MARANOA, BRISBANE j Friday, July 12th, (direct) i f 9 a.m. 'At reduced fares | From Town Wharf ♦Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particulars apply to— BURNS. PHUP & CO., LTD., Agent...

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