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

i YOUR BOOTS! | What kind are they? ? ' '. it Ts the goodness of only 'gloss' deep? * It's a different story with the 'KWAILS' kind of footwear. % j They're Just as good INSIDE as they are on the surface. x The same good workmanship' ts put into eyelets as in the finishing * 1 of the sole. ; They're made to wear, to give comfort and laBtltis satisfaction t to the wearer— they're lasted to last ! . .j. Ami you pay no more for them than you would pay for the put togethor-to-make-a-big-profit kind. i ?' ? ?? rro'W2sr£-vjLiJE. ™- =T-^~'-^: if ? SOMETHING WEWf'~~^'-i Mosquito Drops! AN ABSOLUTELY EFFECTUAL PREVENTIVE' FROM MbSQUfTOBITES PRICE :-l8. 6d. PJER IJOTTLE. BOUB AGENT, W. EL. GEBEN, CHEM19T AND D&tfaGIST, TO-WUSVl'LL-B

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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ENTERTAINMENTS. HERBERT-FLEMMING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

ENTERTAINMENTS. HERBEnT-FLF-MMING COMPANY. There was an aiiprooi.itlvc audience at the Theatre Il.iy.u lust night, when the Herbert Fleavi.inir Company enn linued their s ioti. Tln- original one act play 'In ITnn.ir ltmim!.' by Pv 1 n-y Grundy. v.-is fir--l staged. Tlw principal pnrls wrie eapahly f.lled 1)V Ariss rSeatrie.. r-iy as I-ady Carlyoi and Mr Heiben Flemmlng as Sir O.^orge Carlyon. ICC.. M.P. The audience were not, slow to recognise the merits of the piece, and 'In Honor nound' nny be el-...-, d as one of llw neatest tilings of ils sort ever slna-el here. whil«| til. ? a---Mig r,r A!i?-s n-iv and Vr Fienr-iiiv; -..n= ,,r ih.. u^;ial blgb-cl.iss mid m-tlslie c'l-ruter, ineelincr with liigiiH- n:.ii -i-i it ei denees ,.f public a|-pre-i Hi. m. 'What Would A firrllo'mn p,V' «? is ?, veri siieeessrnlly-staT?'! e.,:nedy. As Hieliie Ifooke. |!,e hern ,-f (lie sl.nT. Mr Ore gM- MeMnhm, i,Td r ^- ;',, \vh\-i, h~ ex-e^ll-.i. rivl l.o „ -i^'.-!,- ???,,,, ,,,„ svnnailiy f i'.n T-,ii...

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ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. ESCAPE OF SIX PRISONERS. GEORGETOWN, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

.ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. KSCAPE r-V SIX PIRSONKRR. (P.y Telesraiib.) OF.ORGI'-.TOWN'. Julv 1'- A most sensalionnl rattle stealing case will shortly be staged at the l,.eil Police Court. It appears thai f-v wonk.q past a' the availible ronslabl.-. have been out at Daff worth fianoi watching alleged cattle thieves. A few days ago six arrests were made. While campliiT one night neir Tnnc wood at a married couple's bumpy, the wife- of one of the prisoners enter tained the constables. The prisoners were liberated, and all six got away. Two were re-cnuturpd. but fo'r are still at large. Warrants for the re capture have been Issued. The wo man from I^ncewood Is now In cus tody. One hundred and fifty cnltle are involved. They are travelling -In ihreof mobs. The first mob of HO head arrived lhis .?'fiemnon. Thns.? Avilli (lie ecc'ukI mnh art' camping at Fiery Creek t.i-night, and have two prisoners. Tlie third mob is still fur ther back. 'Pie woman prison'!' Is expected to arrive during the...

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

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure. Is Cd« VI la?;e Shoemaker: 'What did yo-.ir old Int'ie- ia-- vi-.oi yo.i ???-;; h m il:o route from KInU's Cioss was mostly underground?' llolge (just rel'j-n.1 from a visit to London): 'He sail 'roots' mostly v.a-'.' Housewives snmiM nirvvt »»i '??? Jones' IXL Jams, because they are the very best on the markets.* SARAMA fun be applied with safely to the youngest babe, allay* Irritatlou hPBllnfif flnd rintKnptie The town council of a, small German community met to inspect a new sito for a hall. They asembled at a chapel, a.nd as it was a warm day a member suggested that they leave their coats there. ' .Some ono can stay behind and watch them,' suggested another. 'What for?' demanded a third. 'If wo are nil going nut together, what need is there for any one to watch the. clothes?'

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

EATNBB'S SAFES ^/^ ? J^k 8TEONG-EOOM DOOR8 ijM j fl^H|fflPX^^^s1 THE RATNER SAFE CO.. of BOW, «H -? Tlllnx,,. jShifl LONDON, ONLY MANUFACTURE re! ^L (lIslRftv^VwL H twelve corner bent safes. ifi Ln£5fl*V*E'^ W/, *H RATNER'S HAVE NEVER HAD A t*N fIE3IHr^V«. * MiS Si SAFE OPENED BY BURGLARS OR MB I HsftsJlS jf-iFK»- W ana the contents of one db ' S i ?'B^' Ifo ° imrna STROTED Br fire. ^?ria^aB^aMwata^JHlHjjk mi \B Queensland Agents— ^Xj?| iaacL'H S' HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD.,

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. BRISBANE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. BRISBANE. July 18. E. H. Rainford, formerly Govern-   ment Viticulturist, and who has been growing grapes in the Roma district, has been appointed an inspector under the Diseases in Plants Act, to be sta- tioned at Bowen. A loan of £1300 has been granted the Einasleigh Shire Council for the erec- tion of a hall at Georgetown. Acting-Sergeant R. McMenzie has been appointed temporarily an inspec- tor of factories and shops at Winton.

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

BBS' B. A. :VTAJH«WORD. J. TB nRIS. S. 0. WAKBFORD. K Auctioneers, Keneral commission agents, §?-? ? p Complete Household Furnishers. W- LARGE STOCKS OP NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE P WU»^» ALWAYS ON HAND. I;'. Also VEHICLES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. if , CASH BUYERS OF SKCOND-HAND FURNITURE. i' i' SECOND-ILVND VBniCLSS BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. I We have for» Private Sale: I PIA.NGS.-Makers. 'J. IrntlHr.' perfect Instrument of beautiful tone; prlre. I 60 Guinea* 'Stclner.' specially constructed for tropical climates. In i specUon Invited. Cash price, £47 10a. Approved terms. P: 1; IRON SAFES.-Slilpmcnt Just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. P Prices from £7 10s to £25. I VEHICLKS.-E. J. and VT. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and P ' StraiBlit Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15. £16, I ?;. to *35. Light Lorry, In splendid order, f20. Delivery Vans. £7 10s and I £18 Spring Van, £12. Waggonette. In good order. £12. Stylish Hooded I Sulky, euual to new. £22. N...

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

? ? '?-.?.? ? « We have a very Large .Stock on the water to arrive by the next Home Boat. Our Shelves MUST BE CLEAR ED, 'and we offer ypur our VALU ABLE STOCK at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. -I SOFT SKIRTS, vrtth Collar and Pockets, ex»ya'igooaSudlli.y,'2/'6, 3/6, 3/11, PANV*MA HATS, Jifloes low/ qualltir.Sttpe;i*rJJB/6?ir/6,i4l-'-,) 122/6,.25/-.. FELT HATS, very stylish, reduced on the same lines. I HELMETS— A very large Assortment. * '% 1 ???. ?'?-: - ? ;??:?? BOOTS r-. ? ~- ' j The SURRANA CALP BALS. at 16/6 -will surprise you for value a&d style. f We are offering TAN KID BOOTS at IS/gf-AN ^JYE-OPENER— the quote f will even surprise the trade. I THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT . / Is simply a BEWILDERING COLLECTION of MOST UP-TO-DATE J\ MATERIALS. . i i INSPECTION INVITED. SEE FOR YOURSELVES. V J HILLMAN BROS /* TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, - ^ I OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, T$WNSVJtLL'E.-* - JT1 I And at Ravcnfttvpod. :. ': v : ?? ' ?.??-'? i' .. I Cough Insurance. \ '' X GOOD BUS! NESS ^M...

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

T? R E D. ' S H A W, SIGNWRITBR, HOUSE PAINTER AND GENERAL DECORATOR. Work in all Branches of the Trade Executed, at Lowest Rates. ESTIMATES GIVEN Address : MERCANTILE BUILDINGS, Next Post Office, Flinders-street. -QECENT BOOKS. ' Bettina,' by Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd. ' Halt a Rogue,' by Harold McGrath. 'Friday, the 13th,' Thomas W. Law son. ' The Doctor of Crow's Nest,' by Ralf Connor. Cloth-bound Reprints, V- each, of the following : — ' Robert Elsmere,' ' Marriage of Wil liam Ashe,' ' No. G John-street,' ' Quisante,' ' Intrusions of Peggy,' ' Fortune of Christina McNab.' Other Publications to follow. POST CARDS. High-class Selection. New Stocks Arriving. The Best Value yet Offered. FANCY STATIONERY, DOLLS, TOYS, And a Large Stock of FANCY GOODS. PRINTED OFFICE STATIONERY. ACCOUNT-BOOK MAKERS. Address : T. WILLMETT & SON, The Printing and Stationery Ware house, TOWNSVILLE. PREMIER TOBACCONIST! PREMIER HAIRDRE8SING SALOON! PREMIER SFORTINO DEPOTI IS ALF ARMOUR'S | (Lowth's Bu...

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LORD LAMINGTON RESIGNS. LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

LORD LAMINGTON RESIGNS. LONDON, July IS. Owing to his wife's ill-liealth, Lord Lamlngton lias resigned tlw Governor ship of Bombay. [Lord Lamingion, who was Governor of Queensland 1895-1901, was appointed Governor of Bombay in 1903.]

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THE ALL-RED ROUTE. LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

THE ALL-RED ROUTE. LONDON, July IS. Mr Lloyd-Gtorge (President of the Board of Trade) states that thc-rc Is no foundation for the reported abandon ment of the All-Ked route. The Cana dian evidence is still unfhiishr-il, no New Zealand or Australian testimony has yet been heard, and since the in quiry is not nearly concluded the com mittee has not considered its ultimate decision. [The ' Daily Telegraph ' asserted that the Government committee had decided against the All-Ked route, chiefly on financial grounds. Speaking at the Canadian dinner at the Hotel Cecil on July 1. the Prime Minister of Canada (Sir Wilfrid Laurier) warmly advncau-il llio estab lishment of the All-ivil lino of steam ers which, he said, would encircle the oarth and would foe truly an Imperial scheme. He declared that Canada. New Zealand, and Australia were ready to support this project if the British people and Parllarm-iH were willing to accept the heavy responsibility of keep-' ing the line of steamers between...

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

MKip*5 ^^^^^ ' ? il^ ^F^'^fc ^^^^» ^^^^^k I I ^^^^^ w ?Li ? ? *?'-- .j -., --: ? '^S*1 .sag*- . - ' s - ( Clean Sweep af'CarroHs,' , Its a glorious time for Bargains, not a c rner of the Store lias been skipped, not ' a shelf or a drawer nr a package missed. Every article has I ecu looked at with eyes of Coldest Criticism and its profits mercilessly cut. Former values h vc counted mighty little. ? 'What has been or what may be has not beea regarded. We are working fur NOW. The Store has been taken over by Mr. Hush, and every article roust be cleared rut within the next two weeks. Think what this means 10 YOU'. It means that jo i will tiave tlie opportunity of buying the best of Goods cheaper » y a long way than any other store could offer. Come for the Bargains. They won't last for much longer. HERE'S THE CLIMAX IN VALUE-GIVING. Special ^!RLexin-xm-n/£; X-»3r 5000 usetul Remnants, consisting of Drsss Goods, c Flannellette, Prints, Calicos, Sheeting, Ribbons, ' Laces, Embroideries, t...

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CONTRACT LABOR. DEPUTATION TO SIR W. J. L.YNR SOME HOT AND HASTY WORDS. MELBOURNE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

3 CONTRACT LABOR. DEPUTATION TO SIR W. J. LYNE. SOME HOT AND HASTY WORDS. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE July IS. A deputation consisting of Senators McGregor, Stewart, Givens, Russell, Findlay, Henderson, and Lynch, Re presentatives Tudor, Hutchlnson, Mc Dougall, Calts, Bamford, and others waited on Sir W. J. Lyne to-day to protest against the introduction cf laborers under contract to work on the Queensland sugar fields when men were available in Australia. Mr Tudor said that while the Labor party did not oppose Immigration to Australia, they desired that when Im -inigrants came out they should bo placed on precisely tho same footing as the workers here. The deputation contended that the C.S.R. Company should not be nllmverl (o bring In people »uii-Jer contract when many in Australia were able and willing to do tho work. Mr Bamford said tbe Primp Minis tor haa stated that it was the desire of the Government that no labor should bo employed t::;-;.t f:-om the Unltod Kingdom, but a perso...

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. RICHMOND, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

INTERSTATE (By Telegraph.) (From Our Correspondents.) QUEENSLAND.   RICHMOND, July 18. Drover Paddy Gibson is trucking 260 cows and 200 bullocks to Alligator Creek works to-day.     Drover Ernie Neal camps on the common to-night and trucks 680 bul- locks from Canoble to Ross River. Drover Shortbridge left Carrar yes- terday with 5000 Wimmera sheep, go- ing home; owners, Calder and Co. Water and grass along the stock routes continue plentiful. BARCALDINE, July 18.     A well-known possumer named Thos. Smith arrived on Tuesday evening by train from Bogar, intending to pro- ceed to Longreach, where he has a married sister, for medical treatment. He stayed here, putting up at Len- non's Hotel, where he is well-known. This morning, as he appeared to be ill, Mr. Lennon sent for Dr Cook, who or- dered Smith's removal to the hospital. Shortly afterwards, hearing a peculiar sound, Mr Lennon found Smith appar- ently dead. Upon t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

For the second time in four years there were no cases down for hearing at the Townsville Small Debts Court on Thursday. Attention is drawn to the fact that the second annual exhibition of the Townsvile Horticultural Society is to be held in His Majesty's Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday, August 21 and 22. The Herberton correspondent of the "North Queensland Herald" writes:— The main portion of Mrs Bimrose's Herberton Hotel has been pulled down and a new two-storey building is being erected in its stead in record time. While the civic authorities are intent on providing a wholesome water supply it might not beo out of place to suggest that a little attention should be exer- cised in sweetening the atmosphere of the city. Of late the noisomeness ex- perienced in Stoke-street at its inter- section with Sturt-street has .been highly objectionable, not only to resi- dents in the vicinity, but also to casual   pedestrians. Where it emanates from   is uncertain, ...

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The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907

The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES. An employer of labor who refuses to recognise an association of his em- ployees formed to secure the strength in negotiating about terms of employ- ment which unity gives is half a cen- tury behind the times. The classical instance of such belatedness is that of the last Lord Penrhyn whose refusal to negotiate with the Union of the State- quarriers employed by him embroiled a district of North Wales for many                       years and caused the matter to be   very thoroughly discussed with the re- sult of general agreement that his atti- tude on that question was inimical to   the best interests of industry from both     the employers' and employees' points of view. A dispute between the rail-   way...

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

PERSONAL, Mr J. Millican, M.L.A., spent Thurs- day in town, leaving the same night for Brisbane to attend to his Parlia- mentary duties. Word was received in town on Thursday that Mr R. Crothers was seriously ill at Richmond. Mr P. F. Hanran, M.L.A., left on Thursday for Brishane, and will reach the capital in time for the open- ing of Parliament next week. Mr S. G. Martin, manager for Queensland of the National Mutual Association, and Mr E. J. Stock, of Melbourne, actuary, who have been on a visit to the Cairns district, re- turn to Townsville by the Kuranda to-day. Mr J. J. Fanning, the Towns- ville manager of the company, who accompanied Messrs Martin and Stock on their northern tour, returned by the Marloo on Thursday. The funeral of the late Mr F. Gor- don took place on Thursday morning. The cortege moved from his late re- sidence, "Grenroy." Mundingburra, at 11 a.m. for the Old Cemetery, and con- sisted of about 50 vehicles and a large   number of horsemen. The bu...

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HELIDON SPA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907

HELIDON SPA WATER. HELIDON SPA WATER should hn taken with food as a Table Water.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907

At a juvenile parly a conjurer had successfully performed the trick of producing eggs from a silk handker chief, when he noticed a parUcuIarly heavy-looking boy staring at him, open-mouthed. Wishing to raise a laugh at the boy's expense, ho re marked, 'Aha, my lad. your mother can't get her eggs without fowls, can she?' 'Yes, she can,' was the prompt response. ' She keeps ducks.' Barrister (addressing the Bench) : Your Honor, I shall first absolutely prove to the jury that the prisoner could not have committed the crime with which he is charged. If that does not convince the jury, I shall show that he was insane when lie committed It. If that fails, I shall prove an alibi. Ask for Jones' IXL Jam?. Stocked by all leading grocers.* ALL LADIES should UPe SaRAMA They will find it a great aid to beauty, Man want* but little here below Mr Slowe: 'I tell you when I road about some of these wonderful inven tions in electricity nowadays it makes me think a little.' Miss QuickC: 'Yes; isn't i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907

Skuthorpe's Buckjumpere have been 'slinging' everything (save Porter's Bulldog Ale and Stout, of course), out Broken Hill way a week or so back. — (Advt.)

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