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SOUTHERN SHARK MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 18. The following are the latest quota tions: — Chillagoe, b 6s 6d s 7s 2d; Chillagoe Ruddigore, b £12 10s s £14; Chillagoe de bentures (ex all arrears of Interest), b £76; Dalzlcll's, b 4s lid s 6s 2d; Gil more, s 6s 6d; Mount Cannlndah, b 3s lid s 4s Id; forward, b 4s s 4s 2d;. Mount Hector, con., b 32s; Mount Mer lin, con., b £5 10s s £6 10s; Mount Mol loy, b 18s 3d s 19s; Mungana, b 10s s 10s 63; Macgregor, B 8s; O.K., b Ss 7d s 9s; forward, b 8s lfld s 8s Id; Peak Downs, con., s 14s 6d: paid, s 14s 9d; Phoenician Tin, b Is 2d' s Is ,6d; paid, s 3s; Queensland Exploration, forward, b 28s s 32s. There were no sales. ' ' Sydney Sales. Mungana at 9s 9d; Macgregor at 6s !-d and 5s 6d ; O.K. at 8s «d, 8s 9d, and 8s Sd; Mount Molloy at 18s 3d: Smith's Creek, at 3b id; DaUlell's at tie and 4s lOd; Gllmore at €s 6d. Adelaide Sales. Hampdcn Cloncurry at 12s 4%d and 12s 6d; Mount Molloy at Ms 3d and 18s; Mungana at 10s, 10s l%d,' and ...
DISEASES IN PLANTS. BRISBANE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
DISEASES IN PLANTS. BRISBANE, July IS. In connection with the recent refla tions under the Diseases In Plants' Act, for the covering of bananas with net ting and retaining oranges for seven days before pacldng after they have been picked, the regulations will be enforced shortly. Correspondence be twen the Queensland and Victorian Go vernments' lias been published, and It Is a very 'lengthy document. On 7th June ;thV Queensland Under Secretary for Agriculture wrote to the Victorian authorities oh the question of. the en tTy ol Queensland fruit Into Victoria, stating that the question was con sidered with 'Mr Swinburne during his visit to .Brisbane, . when the matters discussed. were— (1) The. practice of Victorian inspectors ta condemning wholly large -consignments of fruit, ?when^only a small? portion was affec-. ted: -2) remedies -suggested for this; (8) that there should be no restriction regarding pineapples: 44) : the restric tion against perlshabje fruits should he removed; .C...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
MINING. . Mr J. J. Fanning, who on Thur i'av returned from a visit to the Stannary Hills and Irvinobank district, reports that activity in those mining centres continues. At Dwunwo a now hotel is being erected to accommodate the in creasing traffic at the junction. On an averago about 370 passengers pass there per day, that Is, people travelling to Stannary Hills and further up the Chillagoe Iln^. At Irvincbank consider able 5ntore:-t Formed to be eentrpQ in the Oo Ahoa:] developments. A few months ago investors stood shy of these shares; now they are very much In evidence. It is expeetol the battery will commence crushing within a month. Considerable improvement is going on in the hotel acenmmodatinn of Irvl-..;! av. The following items are from the Croydon 'Mining News' of July 13: — The Richmond crushing Is looking for over 307.. to the ton. About 300 tons will bo treated. — S. Pmnuels is the only miner at work on the Sunset line at present. He has .1 few tons of surface stone at...
MOUNT MOLLOY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
MOUNT MOLLOY, LIMITED. For the fortnight ending Sth July, 1007, the manager reports as follows: — No. 6 prospecting shaft has been sunk ]3ft, total SSft.; traces of carbonate ore In formation. No. 3 shaft: The north drive at the 370ft. level has been driven 4ft. Cin., total 205ft.: race is very hard, ami car ries bands of Iron pyrites. Work dis continued awaiting machine drills. The No. 2 west crosscut at the 370ft. level has been exlc-nded Sft, total 12ft ; In F.late of an encouraging nature. No. 4 east crosscut at the 370ft. le.vc-1 hns been extended 7ft, total 32ft. Cin.; no change. The east crosscut stope at the 370rt. level in the south end still main tains its width, but is now more banded, having rich and poor seams alternating. The same remark applies to ihe north, where there Is 2ft. of very rich ore and about 7ft. of lower urado. At the intermediate level, 320ft. (No. 1 winKe) in the stope, a crosscut In being put In east at a point p.bout 20ft. north of the No. 1 winze; t...
HERBERTON NOTES. HERBERTON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
HERBERTON NOTES. ('N.Q. Herald' Corirppond.-nt.) HERBERT* J.V. July l'i. The Herberton Tin Syndic.! ic ar. still busily developing ilieir pi-opei-ty. 13y means of the Keystone ?lillliiiff ap paratus they have i.mvivl about fO acres of their ground to hi' tin bcaiiiis, having put down 11 or 12 bore- holes fun] found tin in each. They are now erod ing a dam across iho Wit Guliy. There are about 21 nun employed In this property1- at present, but I under stand that as soon as the necessary 'dead work' is completed, th'-1 number of hands is likely to be increased to 4'. The flotation of Weimrt's East Orient has been completed during the week. This property Is .-.bout luilf a mile N.E. of Weinert's, and is in 32,01)) shares of 5s., of which 16,000 paid-up Kn to the vendors, but these vendors' shares are to bo car-njarked for six months. Sixteen, thousand shaves are taken up by the public. The shares have all been taken up prlvate'y, and I hear they are already at a premium. Mount Albion I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
Tin, spot, £183, to £1SS 10s; forward,. £180 to £180 10s. Lead, £21 6s. A It X BUS J. WAIiKL»T (LaU Clark end Robinson), ^ gHARBBROKBR. ' . Sir ;' .-?- (Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide.). toROOKMAN'8 BOILDINa, 'ADELAIDE. London, Kalgoorlle. Path, Melbourne Sydney, BaU&rat, Bendlgo, Cbartera Towers, Broken HJU. Telegraphic Address-' CYANIDE,'' ; \ AdelaUl*. Special Adycrtlsementg. T^TORWICH AND LONDON ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIA TION (Established over BO years.) Insure your Risks with this Company. Workers' Compensation, General Accident and Sickness, Fidelity Guarantees, Plate Glass, etc. G. H. PRITCHARD, J. S. LOVE, Local Directors. H. B. MARKS, Agent, Flinders-street, Townsville. T1IEEI INSURANCE. SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL * INSURANCE CO. Assets exceed £5,000,000. CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO. (The oldest Scottish Fire Office.) Liberal Conditions. Prompt Settlement of Claims. J. S. LOVE, Local Director. M. GORDON, Agent at Townsville. NORTH QUEENSLAND MORT GAGE & INV...
KOREA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
KOREA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July IS. The Korean Premier has asked the Emperor to abdicate in the Crown Prince's favor giving to his action in sending a deputation to the Hague, and suggested that the Emperor should (TO to Tokyo to apologise. The Emperor inade no definite reply, but It is un likely that he will yield without a struggle. Viscount Tadasu Hayashi (Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs) has Bailed for Korea. [A cable at theend of June stated :— A deputation from Korea entered a protest against the action of the Peace Conference at the Hague in failing to invite the kingdom to be represented and agalntt the violation. by Japan of the sovereignty of Korea. On July 7 It was cabled :— The deputation from Korea to the Hague Peace Conference failed to obtain admission. Replying to the questions asked by the Marquis Ito, the Emperor of Korea repudiated the deputation, and declared that the credentials presented were forged. It Is reported;- however, that the Emperor paid the expen...