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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
P&FIHU) BROS. B^%' * WAk^oi*. ' ' J. tb bris. s. o. wakbford.. Rvv ?-.?.;.?. -^ . .-?:?::? !- ? ? -\ . . f Aixotioneei^s, pENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, I Complete Household Furnishers. LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. r Also VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ?CASH BUYERS OF SHCOND-HAND FURNITURE. SECOND-HANP tELUCLES TSOUGHT OR EXCHANG3D. V We have for Private Sale: . PIANOS— Makers, 'J. Irnil«r,' pei ftct instrument of beautiful Inn.?: prli-e. 60 Guineas. 'Stclner,' specially constructe.i for tropical climatos.- In spection Invited. Cash price, £47 10s. Approved terms; IRON SAFES.— Shipment just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. Prices from £7 10s to £25. VEHICLES— E. J. and W. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and * Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £10, to £35. Light Lorry, In splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13 Spring Van, £12. Waggonet te, in good order. £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to n...
NEWS FROM THE EAST. HON. Q. SAMUEL INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
NEW5 FrfOM THE EAST. HO;K. Q. SAMUEL INTERVIEWED. Tlie Hon. Q. Sa:nud, M.L.C., c.f We HugtuitfNcw Zcatiind, was a iiussengur for Sydney by the Kiiinano Mam. which arrived at Tuuiisville. on Kr.d.iy morning from Japan. In the course or a convei-salion with a 'J3ulletln' reuro senlatlve, Mr Samuel stated ..that he had boon on a fqur months' trip to China and Japan. Referring to .the condition of affairs In the East, lie stated that one of the principal factors of trade there was the cheap labor, which was nearly four times as chaap as In Australia. Japan was experienc ing a groat change, wages were be ginning to rise, trade unions ?were b_-- ing brought into existence, and ho1 con sidered that In' time the wages would so rise that Japan would not be able to control the markets of tlie Eaa'Ois she does at present, nor would .she bo; able to drive out European vcpmp6U-V tion. At present all the large stnB.moi-n ^ on tho Japanese coast were Japanese owned/ there only being a te&r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
A60NY WITH PILES. INVALIDED FOR DAYS TO OETHER— BILF, BEANS THOROUGHLY CURE. Piles are caused by cold and damp, liver and digestive disorders, and con stipation. A chill on the liver on struets the blood circulation of that organ, tlie veins of the lower bowel become congested, and Piles occur. Constipation has precisely the samo effect. Bile Beans are a certain re medy for Piles, because they restore Nature's own perfect processes ot di gestion, assimilation and secretion, thus removing the congestion of tlrt licnmrrlioldal veins, which is the -!i- rect ca.up0 of both Blind and Bloeiilns Piles. 'Wlille droving,' says Mr. E. Bate.,, of Perth Street, Toowoomba, Q., 'T have often been forced to ride In a wet saddle, and tills, together with ex posure, brought on Bleeding Piles. I suffered agony with them, and was al ways applying remedies to temporarily relieve the pain. Temporary relief wa» all I looked for at the time, as I had previously been under doctors' treat ment, but gained n...
"MR. HORPKINSON" TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
??All!. HOPKINSON' TO-NIGHT. Tho last nlsht of the present season will tnke plnce this evening when tho nrin-'-einent promise the best piece i - . -,,.!,- ,,i..Mtoiiv in Carton's 'Mr H'P- Uliison ' which is said to lirlstle wun run and humor throughout its three n,.l« H.-ferrliiB to its premiere in Mel l-d-ii-e a few weeks ago, a contcmpoi ? irv ivmarked: 'In the characterisa tion --f the piece. Mr. Ward and Miss l'-ilnlta scored decidedly. Mr. Ward's performance of Hopkinson was a cupl t-,l;'iid most iinniHlng one, his discom forts in uncongenial surroundings, and his apologetic manners when he feared l,o was taking up the time of the Duchess were us amusing as his pali ful efforts at rcpos.-. and his loud at tempts to appear thoroughly at case. The applaue and lauglil.-r which Mv. W.-rd secured wen- well deservpu. Miss Grace Palotla's successes have liltherlo been gained in musical or fur ok:ii' eomody, hut as the calm an-, cold liliioded IJiK-liess of P.raeelioroiiKn pho Rives us...
SOUTHERN SHAKE MARKETS. BRISBANE, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 1. ' Tlic- following are th-i latest limita tions :— Cliillagoe, con., b 7s lOd s 8s 31: for ward. I) 8s 2d s Ss 5d; Cliillagoe Ruddi goro, b £14 10s s J'.IP 10s; Chlllaitoe do boiuuros (ox all arrears of inUrcst), li £7G; Dalziell's, s Es 8d; forward, b 5s 7d s r.s !id: Glassfotd Creek, b Is fnl a Is lid;' Hampden Cloncurry, s 15s; Alount Cannindab-. b 4s Id s 4s 2d: forward, b 4s 2d s 4s 4d; South Cannindah, paid, s HO; Mount Molloy, b 20s s 21s; for ward, s '.'Is 3d; Mungana, b Its Id: Macgrcgor, I) 6s Cd; O.K., b 9s 5d s? 9s 7d; forward, b 9s Gd s 9s 9d; Peak Downs, s 15s 3d; paid, s 15s Gd; Phoeni cian Tin, b Is 6d; paid, b 2s 8d; Queens land Exploration, b 31s s 3Gs; forward, b 32s s a7s; Stannary Hills, h Gs Cd .? r)S sd. Sales. Mount Cannindah at 4s 3d: forward at 4s 2d and 4s 3d; Mount Molloy at 20s. O.K.. forward, at 9s 7d; Peak Downs, paid, at 16f Gd. Sydney Sales. Chillaeoe-Ruddlgore at £15: Hamp den Cloncury at 14s,...
EVENING CALL. (By Telephone.) CHARTERS TOWERS, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
EVENING CALL. (By Telephone.) CHARTERS TOWERS, July L , ' Bonnie Dundee, t Is s Is 3d Brilliant, b 2s a 3s 6d Brilliant Block, b 4s 5d s 4s 9d .' Brilliant Block, paid-up, b Ss 6d s T-s 7d Brilliant Extended, b 6s lOd s 7s ' Brilliant Extended, paid-up, b 9s Td s J0« . ??. '.^ . .^ Carrlhgtpn'e United, b «s Sd e 7s ' * Carringfbn'a United, pata-up, b 7b 84 , CaiTinfeton's-JUon 3 and 2 East, Jj Eg 4d ...BSS^-AJ--- ? Carrin«toi«| an* X East, paid-up, b tbtm$mmt**i6M co., uo v ia-a-*tt*tiJ3».C., b 10d BiB-yC gWjiaW&Miboi Reserve, b lOd s lid ^tS«F-#rib^ 10d n 2s ; VOMd€3p#,bSflflS*4d ^rf^^^tSra, paid-up, bblU. Grant and Sunset Extended, paid-up, bTd Kelly's Queen Block, b 3s 5d s 3s Od Kelly's Queen Block, paid-up, b 3s 101 . s 4s 2d Kulamadau, b Is 2d s Is 4d Kulamadau, paid-up, b £s 2d s 2s 3d Marshall's Queen, b lid s Is Mills' United Gold Mines, b 15s U3 s 2Ce 2d New Brilliant Freehold, b 2s 4d s 2s Gd Pfoieffer's Day Dawn, b 5s 2d s 5s Sd Pfeiffer's Day Dawn, paid-up, b i-...
CHILLAGOE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
CHILLAGOE DISTRICT. (From the 'Standard' of Juno 27.) A couple of our townsmen, Messrs F. Shirley and A. E. Gordon, both of them company's men. went for a walk to pome limestone bluffs not far from hero. . Standing on oiip of these they caught sight of what appeared to 1-» an ironstone outcrop at a place nearly throe miles from the town. Appear anctF looked favorable cnoush to war rant investigation so the two men made a bee-line lor the place where they had seen tho outcrop. Upon try ing it with the pick the prospectors found— as no doubt they half nxpectt'.J — tliat the iron stone was merely the cap of a silver-lead lode. Specimens were taken from It, which Mr Shirley (who dabbles in the black and sul phurous arts with the help of u moat ingeniously designed oil can furnace— moi-e about this by and bye) made a rough assay of the same aftc- noon. Tha result showed silver contents of 33oz. per ton, together with 40 per cent of lead. This, of course, was from a small sample only, but...
THE RIFLE. HARRY MOTTON IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
THE RIFLE (BY STHAIGHTBAR.) HARRY MOTTON IN LONDON. Mr Harry Motton' Writes me. on the 12th May as follows :— &nbsp; London again'; once more in the great smoke, and since I. was here four years ago they have added more smoke, and one gets an introduction to it , particularly to the smoke of the motor bus, directly he lands into any of the streets . The motor bus odor is something awful . The motor cars &nbsp; and the moter cabs are alright, but the motor bus is a terror . I can as- sure you, 'Straightbar' you can see the smoke and feel it in your eyes: you can smell it , and you seem to taste it in all your food. Of course the buses get along far quicker than the horse 'bus , and they drive them to an inch, which means they can make bet- ter use of the little space there is in &nbsp; &nbsp; some of the busy places than the horse bus . The last time I was here I thought it an awfully slow place to get around in , but it has improved greatly . They hav...
LAWN TENNIS. TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
, UWH TEHHlS. i TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. ? The following nre the handicaps and . drawings ' for the tournament com ?t ? menclnp to-day :— ? . Gentlemen's- All-comers' Singles.— Graham y. St. John, Conah v. Tandy, Bouglasv. Cooke-Russell, Hopkins v. .Woolrydh. Jjadles' AH-comcrs' Singles.— Miss Evans;': a ye:. Miss LewlnRton v. Miss , Da vies. Miss MacDonald a bye. Miss Horto'ri a byo. - ? : ,'??? Ladles and Gentlemen's Double Han dicap.— Mlwj Horton and ? Wooirych, '??[mro £p,Tiet hyp ; MIss.Doane And. Brown, receive !i5,-ff bw s.'Mlsjf Day!* atnd 3?avleBi owe*3/«.iB, v/ Miss Evans and.' -Dpugjas, owe 4/6 15; Miss LewlngtoA -,*iSiifHQPklfts. owe SO, v.'. Mirf ,Ma-- ? Donald aSa'-floraon* owe 16;2 , Wak/v. ? 'Btartley.'(iiia Tandy, owe 15, v. Miss E. ^ar.ti&*B.dConnah, owe 2/|j IB; Miss ija.rBfiSwd'Cfto'wland, -receive 2/6 15, v. ??5tos9 Wtteml^^^cWlIlttm, Bcratcb;. ^p^^B^^ett«.4«Rpfie-t8,^we. : -^(^ V'iMbio-,: Honaica*. _ Mrs mSB^a%^n&MvWijm,: .Hattiey, MarUn, receive ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
? Kxliibltlon ? m O W N S V I L L E ' S H O W. NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS. JUDGING will commence promptly at 10 o'clock THIS MORNING as fol lows : — Classes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, Ca, 7, 7a, S, 9, 10 II. 12, 13, 14. 15, 16, 32, '41, 42. 13, 44, 71. Parade of all Exhibits at 1.30 p.m. Judging will be resumed at 2 o'clock : Classes Nos. 28, 68, 67, 17, 18, 19, 69, 3T, 65, 38, 62, 39, 40, 66, 63, 33, 64. Jumping and Trotting Events on first and second days. Exhibits nVUBt be ready to enter the ring when each class Is called, otherwisethey will not be judged. Live Stock Exhibits niCst be penned by S o'clock; Vehicles 'and Hall Ex hibits before 9.30 alb. ''r '? NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. TW15NTY-POUR CLASSES will be judged TO-DAY oefore lunch, consisting of Blood and Drought Stock, Ponies and Cavalry Remounts. Parade of all Exhibits at 1.30. Judging will be resumed at 2 o'clock sharp this afternoon. TUMPING EVENTS. Maiclon Hunter's Plato, 2.1.'i: Show .Handicap Trot, 2.2!i;' Hunlor's Plate. 3; P...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
WEDDING. A very pretty wedding was cele- brated on Wednesday (says the Mac- kay "Mercury" of June 26) at the resi- dence of Mr W. Duncan, at the Palms. &nbsp; The contracting parties were Miss Mary McBain, third daughter of Mr John McBain, of Charters Towers and Mr Thos. H. Porter, third son of Mr S. Porter, of Rockhampton. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr W. Duncan and was attended by three bridesmaids, the chief brides- maid being her sister, Mrs S. Clegg of Charters Towers. Miss M. Keaston and Miss A. McDowell, of Mackay, were the other bridesmaids. The bridegroom was supported by Mr James Winton as best man. The cere- mony was celebrated by the Rev. Father Bourke, of Walkerston. The &nbsp; bride was very prettily attired in a &nbsp; gown of while silk, trimmed with chif- fon, and orange blossoms and with &nbsp; the usual wreath and veil. She also &nbsp; wore a gold brooch, the gift of the bridrgroom. The bridesmaids lookd...
COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
COMPLlMftNTAUY SOCIAL. On Kriday owning. .'W,\ Ji no, a vo y enjoyable and num., .msly .u;tt?nde i soci.il was held m i .,, j.choo'1. Woo.l ^:lJl!k, for the purio:; ? or i-Mii'; prac tical iicmonstrailoii of ih,- jmpul nil..' of tli3 return of Mr Wm. l.eiinon as a member of the -.;t» -em an! Lerjlr'.itl .-? Assomldy at Hie n-.-e u election. A numhtr of suppmt.-is av.iilel' II em selvos of the train :.,-vIc.' anfi .0 ir ney:;(l clown fi-mn Ked i:;v.-r r.n 1 ? '' r lihii-e-f aldi.g the line. Ali,isolln.-r .ivoc oii(- liumhvd a::.'e ul lei. a:id tile gai'i^rinn was a i.k.si- represent itive one, iucliidiii'.; :;;ai-y .i .1 f.-innil^ or I i' giies:. 'i he iiIk'ii 1- in ? beautiful y nioonlifrlii and e.ioi. a S(.nl nuinb.v oi' dances we.r -jon.. i ?? ? i.-i-rli. I Horr-V-'-'r c\ wllh songs and r. - ?:: ni'ins. A I'M' :i llli.-!'il supply nf rci'rcshincvit - lnd 1 ? ii partaken ..[. Mr niove.-. in a ?.?(? y apprei riale speech. prvo.J. I Hie l,n-i of the cv.-ninr. ' 'ur nnv me:nbei. Mr Tj...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
??iiPppr -AKpjyALa H^Sane SO.— Blngfera, s. Captain A. Hpi^e, trom Brisbane via ports. Fas BHpffipB :-Mesdaafes Linedale and HHittftw --children, Yorston. Crowthers, H^Hitage and son, Cornell, Read,- HH1 BgHNpia and two children, Peblne and B^^Hia, Perry-Smltb, Seaton, M. J. Beh Bfiliipt, Madame Albanl and maid; Misses B||l*5*-rence Unde, Bailey, R. Morgan, j||§fbhapman (2), Sutherland, Love, Grace JlisftpWotta, Massy, Seaifc, Lawrence, KlsrStorbes. Held. Clymont (2).- Napier, B. Lm^aser. Lenton (2). MarUn, SV. Fltzger L&HjjlM;' MeBsrs W. B. Macdonald, G. Line Bpftylale. H. L. Williams, E. R. Hughes, E. PS'*, proad, P. J. Edmonds, G. Craig. W. fej&'aR. Mayes, RalnsfeljT W. Chave, Mon tes?!*ag«ie C. Chubb, Wilson, W. James, L. gSV^V/'KleoI. Eldridge, J. Annlng. Condon, i§p£. ?' Walker, Alex. McDonald, Gye, pRS:Green, Wood, Flint, Gibbons, C. F. Sps'Thompson, L. Brodks, Halloran, Earl, B?-%!tBfeck, JCennedy, Hibbard, O'Shea. P? Ha%«hone, Larkin, Macey, A. Wade, vff '?'...
A WELL-SHAPED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
A WKLL-SHAPi3D HAND. Nothing is more admired than awell Rliaped band, which Is easily obtain able with a Ocort Fittins Glove. A Mhipiiu-ul 'f Ladies' Kid. Suede, and Fabric Gloves has just been opened for I lie Coining Carnival Week at Len n.-n's. Special P.educ.tlnrts haves been niaile for Lucky Losers of Gloves at Hie Ilaco.s— ^k Ud Gloves, six pairs for Ills !ld ; i's lid ditto, C pairs lCs ; 3s Cd ditto, C ii.ili'K lfls Cd ; 3s lid ditto, 6 pairs Jis ; 4s ll.l ditto, fs pairs 27s 6(Ji so gli.vo wagers an; made easy at Lenno.i's. — (Ailvt.)
THE PREMIER'S REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
THE PREMIER'S REMARKS. Referring to the Treasury figures to night, Mr Kidston said, 'I have to congratulate Queensland on the evi dences of all round prosperity shown by the Treasury figures. Tho net re venue surplus for the year Is £396,000, which Is tho largest surplus Queens land ever had. In 1872 it was said that the surplus was £487,000, but £35n,000 ot that was from loan fund re venue. The surplus for the year, as will he seen from the financial state ment In 'Hansard' f..r 1S73, page 253, w:is UC3,833. A ? niher curious tran saction had (alien place in tho pre \i.ui-.- year. They were passing a !.??.. Kill, and they included in tho s- .. I lie £350,000, wiping out accumula :. ' ? ie.iu-- deficits, and with borrowed .. -iify He y paid that £350,000 into re .. , m . ana .;hcn paid off the revenue '[??lii'it of the previous year with what ill ..y called the M;rnlus of that year. The largest bona fide surplus in any l.iL-viuu:: year was in 18S1-2, when the ??.?vii'i.' s'lriliis w...
FOOTBALL. SECOND FIFTEEN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
FOOTBALL SECOND FIFTEEN QUEENSLAND. (By To'PCraWi.i BP-ISRANE, .Tulv 1. The following1 have boon .soloelorl to represent the second 15 acra'nst N.P. Wales oh Wednesday: -Full back, C. .Brown;, three-quarters, D. Corrln, ,T. Stafford, J. Ca'rmichael, W. Fearer; hallos, F. Ahern. B. Oallasrlier; for warda,- G. Kinfjhorii, M. Doylo. Thom son, ?Suhmim, O. Guttevl'jge, R. Ham mond; W. Richards. J. Shea.