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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

pi E N E R A L NOTICE. TO HORTICULTURISTS AND OTHERS. ?WITH a view to reducing her very large stock of ROSES, PERNS, PALMS, CROTONS, WEEPING FIGS, and other Plants, Miss Gulliver 1b offer ins these Plants at GREATLY RE DUCED PRICES for a PEW WEEKS ONLY. A very choice selection of Roses, best suited to climate, at 1b each. Apply Miss Gulliver, Pimllco. Telephone No. 25. Town Agent— Mrs Beaumont, New Tea Rooms, Flinders street, where orders may be left KA.P.GREENFIELD&Co.a ^ After Office ^*'1W^IL' Study yonr ; 'I \/ ATI ' ''''O ft Y A I \ EyeS r fV A' J ^ ' K Flinders St., TonsTille I 'E Buy, Sell or Exchange Furni' * tare of all Tdnda. No two prices and all goods guaranteed. Cheapest House In Town tor Cash. Write tor Illustrated Catalogue to N. Baxter, -.-: Complete House Furnisher.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

- (^M«fe LT& ? Odd M|^i4p&purpmB Stock - ;ils|l:i^miilGM±-.:j ? ? To effe-&r3Spe$$r Clearance. BOODd, sitftitufe, up-tjfcfJatOiaofls -. 12 6 pair. Court aadOUord Patent^ 110JSS. from - « 2 6,, Wlii^iid ^loreiiiifftBiiU^ Y^ESiT^, from 2 (5 each. l]^fc,:$«H^^ values, 2 6 upwards V-jJU^ |!M||l^«DtiU^UK. jj'.S ? || ? 10 0 „ Tlkft^^^uik^lwo11*1^ )^i' «? ° 6 each. ?f^:Mr§Mm-' See Windows.^

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GERMAN SCHOOL OF MUSKETRY. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

GERMAN SCHOOL OF MUSKETRY. LONDON, July 17. ? The.^firman.Pchool of Musketry is experimenting with a magazine con taining 68 cartridges. The results are satisfactory, but the weight of the rifle is excessive.

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A QUICK MARCH. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

WWUKHK MARCH. ? LONDOV, July 17. . Captain Arnaud, of the Colonial In fantry, marched -from Algiers to Ko tonii. In Dahomey, across the Sahara,

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THE [?] WORKING ARRANGEMENTS. LONDON July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

.vKMroON.Jiihrl*. ' i«e^»^£; international trust with a capital of £211,000,000. having for Its object the uniting --f Hie theatrical interests of America, England, Franco. Germany, and Austria under a working arrange ment, but not as a consolidation.

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CHARGED WITH PERJURY. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

CHARGED WITH PKrUTRY. LONDON. July 17. Two of the witnesses fur tho chfrtico in the trial of unlmi uliiri i:s ;u lilalio. who Impeached Orchaul's ti-siimnny, liavo been am-stoJ a:i-i cliaiw.! u itli pi-rjury.

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"OUIDA'S" ILLNESS. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

'OUIDA'S' II. I. X ICSS. LONDON, July IT. Heutor's Agency states that ? i.;a ?? is able to leave her lic.l. Shi- is an noyed at the exaggerated rejuiits mii cerning her health and iiosilimi. LONDn.V. July 1*. The Italian Minister . iC Instruction has directed tho Prefect of Lucca tn visit ' Ouida ' and express Italy's readiness to assist her. [In the particulars of the- last IJiitish civil pension list 'Ouida' was one of the favored few. the vote to her lie ing £150 per year.]

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IN INKERMAN-ATHERTON LANDS. WHAT MR BELL SAYS. BRISBANE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

H INKERMAN-ATHERTON LANDS. WHAT MR BELL SAYS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July 1R. Jtecrarding the Inkcrmp.n lamta re cently opened for selection, the Minis ter for Lands said to-day that tho lack of local applicants showed the value of the agitation a few months ago to have the land opened. He now intended bringing It under the notice of south ern farmers, ar.d had good hope of get ting the frontage lots settled. Mr Bell also said that the Atherton lands would not be opennd quite so soon as was expected a few days ago but the department was expediting preliminaries, and It would not be long before the proclamations were issued.

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE. PROBABLE SETTLEMENT. SYDNEY, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE. PROBABLE SETTLEMENT. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY. July 18. Representatives of the coal lumpers and Mr Hughes, M.H.R., nad another Interview with the Steam Colliers' and Coal Stevedores' Association to-day. The employers said they would con cede nothing more than they were willing to do at the conference laa.t weeJt. Mr. Hughes . endeavored to 'act as mediator, and assured the strikers that he wajs In favor of peace, ? and would be supported in this' by the wharf laborers. At a meeting of the Sydney Labor Council to-night It web stated that there was every prospect of matters in the dispute being amicably settled on terms agreed .upon at to-day's con ference. JTbe proprietors, it was sta ted, were fcfepfere*' - to ascertain the concessions which would be acceptable to the coal lumpers. Gttltft - DttWWfcgoiHrty eyeing ' the flattened ^lWw *nfl the .crumpled ihBeU): ^t*!ofc- Aere, landlord, this bed: rii^a t^eri'- Idept In!' Landlord (triurpbhanjtU^i 'That's what It's

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NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY. July IS. From August 12, DarlinghurHl (^aol is to be an Institution for the recep tion, control, and treatment of In ebriates, and Biloela will be used for female inebriates. The only people de tained will be those who have been convicted three times in 12 months of drunkenness and brought up a fourth time. Mr Dick, an honorary Cabinet Mirtis ter, who represents the Newcastle electorate, intends to retire from politi cal life. At the annual meeting of the Sydney Diocesan Church Society, Dr Kly stated that altogether £133,715 had been spent in assisting clergymen and churches. Another plague-infect?d rat was dis covered yesterday. During the past woek 1732 rodents were destroyed. The wheat stacked at the country railway stations and Darling Harbor on 13tli instant was 538.77C bags. An eldeily woman, Mrs Mary Mf.'lon was found dead at raddiiinvm last night with her head resting against a small table. There was a broken kero sene lamp near her feet. A puili'in ...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Julv IS. The House of Represo.im lives passed the second reading of a Hill in troduced by a private member riakln:,' It compulsory for proprietors and Fell ers of patent medicines to slat-' tlie in gredients In the bottles, and making it an offence to publish advertisements relating to quack nostrums. News of the defeat of the New Zea land footballers was received with something like Incredulity, but when the fact was thoroughly appreciated cheers were raised for the vlctr-Fs.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDK. July IS. A shrieking accident occurred at Hlln man, in the far north, to On- son of Mr Hice, metallurgist. Bice was In charge nf a parly removing a water jacket at Hlinman mine. The Jacket droppt-d and fell on a stick which Hew up and struck vouiifi nice on the Jaw and gashed his lliroat. He subsequently succumbed.

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. MELBOURNE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT, THE SENATE. (By Telesraph.) MELBOURNE, July IS. In the Senate to-day, .Senator Host, replying -to Senator Turley, said iSS immigrants had arrived in Australia under contract to the u.b.K. company, 107 being Spanish and 81 British. Senator Keating moved the second reading of the Bills of Exchange Bill, which, he stated, was ni.iiiily based upon the Imperial Act of,18S2 relating to bills of exchange, cheques, and. promissory notes. Senator Walker complimented the Government on havins Introduced so useful a measure. Senator Sir Joseph. Symon supported the nil!. The second reading was agreed to and the Hill was taken into committee. On clause 7, Senator Keating agreed that It would be better to do- nothing which might bring, the- Commonwealth and States into conflict: He. proposed: to make the clause read, VThat no 'bill of exchange, cheque, or :?? promissory note drawn or made/aftex this: Act shall be invalid or be Inadmissible as evidence by reason -that ,il^ boars...

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WEDDING. WHITE—DONNELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

WEDDING. WHITE— DONNELLY.   There was a good crowd of spectators at the Court House on Saturday   evening (says the Georgetown   "Miner" of July 12) to witness the marriage of Mr Walter White to Miss Leonora Donnelly, both of Charleston, the ceremony being performed by Mr P. M. Hishon, Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths. Miss Donnelly (Nonie) was accompanied by her   mother, and Mr White was supported by Mr John Francis. As soon as the ceremony was over they were deluged by showers of rice, even Mr Hishon getting more than his share. Mr and Mrs White left for Charleston on Sun- day. They received from their friends numerous presents of a useful, ornamental and costly nature.  

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

GOSSIP. (All annouuecmenta Of engagements or marriages forwarded for Insertion in ? this column must be proporly authen ticated.] Mrs L. C. Woolrych entcriainerl a few friends at an afternoon tea in the 'N.T.A.' Rooms on Thursday In honor of Miss Millward, of the Her bort-Fleminlng Company. Thp toto a-tete tables were tastefully decora ted with pale pink ribbons, pink roses, and fern,- and laden with a choice as sortment. Of dainties.' Tho hostess was becomingly gowned In pale grey voile, with touches of floral ribbon and vest of cream lace, pretty petunia hat swathed with floral ribbon and cluster of pastel roses. The guest of the afternoon was arrayed in a dainty white muslin frock, pale blue crinoline straw hat, niched with brown osprcy. The Invited .guests included : — Mesdnrops L. O. Wilson ,A. W. Macnaughton. J. B. Perricr, C. J. Walker, H. Schmidt, R. L. Craddock, A. D Lcwlngton, C Jameson, F. Bogle and Dirvr.ll. ' Sfr and Mnfite n. Rosslter (Lower Burdektn) celebrate their s...

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HUGHENDEN NOTES. HUGHENDEN, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

HUGHENDENJiOTES. ('N.Q. Hejftjdto;1 ftjrresnondent.) HUGHENDEN. July 10. On Monday an. inquiry was held;con cei-nlner the death of Mua Klrwan, better known as Atua Cameron, late tf the Coacli and Horses Hotel, llock wood. Alter taking spine evidence, tlie Inquiry was adjourned for a week fur Hie production ot a material- wit- ness. At the- PQHoeiiCouiit.an. Tuesday, Jjct. foru Mr J. W. W.' Jackson, P.M., one flivt olTondcr for drunkenness was discharged with a caution. George, William Kendall was charged with stealing moniy anil clothing from Ec ward Edwards at Stamford on or be tween July 5 and '? Defendant, who pleaded (jullty, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment In Stewart's Creek Gaul. The sentence was sus pended undor Section c:-0 of the. Chlml n-il Code, conditionally on defendant returning the money and clothes, valued a I £-r- IGs. Drnver Mills is on his way from Lnwn Hills to Bauhtnia. Mr ('nil on. the owner nf T2',n hul locck=. had them dipped on Wednes lirovr-r Watk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

ZAM-BUK BTi-M EXPELS ALL IQ EITATiQNCANP SJteJALS,;PAIN FUL CRACKS. . . ? ? Chilblains are a mild form of f rost- blte. 'The %.ffecte'd toe, finger, nose, or ear Is always much inflamed, and there is generally swelling, redness, heat, and tingling '-? pain,- - while .-excessive heat brings on an almost maddenins itch. Zam-Buk Is to be applied as often as possible by gentle friction, and tho pavUM-suarded agalnit eudden changes from cold to heat If the blisters burst.tieavtng a1 suppurating or ulcerat ing surface, Zam-Bak Balm is doubly valuable because of its creat hcalin? and '-antiseptic power. ' - Its offlcacy In such cases Is Illustrated In the follow ing: — Mr William Bacon, of Vcrner 8trert,---!oiilbunvN.'S;W., BaysF=-VDu'- lngthe winter we experience very cold, frosty weather In Goulbunn, and nurse the- fire very closely. The Inevitable result Is Chilblains, i suffer consider ably In this respect, having experienced chilblains on the feet, hands and earn. I tried many ointmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

Shipping A.U.S.N. 08: SK STEAMERS aw Intended to be des patched from JBTTT WHARSE »s -under;— : ? ^S -J WODONGA, ' BOCKHAMPTONf J. B. Meaburn, (Keppel Bay) Monday, July 22, BRISBANE! ( 1 p.m. BimDABBBG* I MARY'B'R'UGH* 8YDNBY I ARAWATTA, MELBOURNE J Capt. Savage. Transhipping for ' Monday, July 29, Adelaide and 1 p.m. Fremantle ? ? BOWEN - 1 BINGHRA, MACKAY f Every Monday. GLADSTONE At 9.46 BRISBANE from 1 Railway Station. ' I ARAWATTA, CAIRNS I Capt. Savage. PORT DOUGIjASJ Wedn'sday, July. 24 COOKTOWN j at 2.30 p.m. From Jetty. ' ? ' MARANOA, COOKTOWN ISaturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS'D| 2 p.m. frORMANTON \ From jetty wharf *BURKETOWN 1 Cargo received up ' ? to 5 p.m. Friday, ^ at Town wharf. LUCINDA POINT| KURANDA. CARDWELL ! Every Monday. MOTJRILYAN f 10 a.m. GERALDTON |From Jetty Wharf CAIRNS I No cargo received PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. ' 1 MARANOA, BRISBANE ? I Friday, August 2nd CdlMct) f » »?««? At reduced fares | From Town Wharf Transhipping at Brisbane. Fbr full particulars...

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NEW RAILWAY STATION. FOR TOWNSVILLE. MAYOR TO CALL PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

NEW RAILWAY STATION. :-FOh TOWN^VILLE. MAYOR TO CALL PUBLIC MEETING. That TownsvIHe Is entitled to a much better railway station than the existing ono there cannot be any division of opinion. From every standpoint the present structure Is unsuitable lo Hie present requirements of the city. It is too small and lacks proper waiting room accommodation, especially for ladies; Its appearance is not at all In keeping with the size and importance of the city, for it looks more like a setting down station in some small vil lage than the central station for North Queensland. Its situation, too, is al together unsuitable for the business people and the travelling public gener ally; In fact the only redeeming fea ture about it Is that it Is better than nothing. There seems to be no valid reason why the present unsatisfactory state of things should bo tolerated any longer than can be avoided, for, ac cording to the last report of the Hall way Commissioner, the Northern rail way during the year ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

Por..!BronchlaimCou8rh8I,tak6;'s : Woods' PepjS.erwitii paw %ijih.m ? Phe laiarher TJje'eks'jfln I3i^ea«y-ch 11 r a,ga1n)fthis hv ail atid'murrfiUre^—' 'How I do^ofe'tn j^strty heaa A^Btnft.ypur hea^A^ugustuR.1' ''Do' ybti?' '«a5a;.'hB, ??'Ia^i?%eil»use1 you loye'Jne^* ''JJfc'' beofcuftstt' .ft txTMco ana fcoft,** %? t. r^'-i jrt«'J8?'w«w*now« itt&m&flfciiiif. ?atf$fifife?-.*in ' me -int^F^pW throijgfiiODt -AiiBrralln *r'l TjUDnntta.* tt5¥^^ Smoother aad c™^* fag&gf^i-J^.'iitt^W!;1''- ?*j.k^-*v^-^

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