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PROMINENT NORTHERN SPECULATOR. CROYDON, CHARTERS TOWERS, AND MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
PROMINENT NORTHERN SPECULATOR. CROYDON, CHARTERS TOWKUS, A.ND MACICAY. Sir James Rogers, vho well-known CroyJon mluiiiE masniitc, who for the time being has takrn up his resWonce in Toxvnsvllle, and recently rc-uinied from a vls.lt to the copper mining ilelus at llio roar of MacUay, on licing up liraachud lij' a 'Bulletin' ropioaiut.v Uve, uulicsitatiiislj- ventured his Im pressions ot Croydon, Charters Towers, and the Mount Flora concerns In which lie is InlcrostiM. CROYDON. PrococdiiiB first to deal with Cni; din he said:— After an cxl.-ndeJ lv-lliV»y \n the suuth I n tui-nr-U to Cmyiion .-omc four months ago, and found that dur ing my a!istMfl-- matlprs In t!n^ i:ilnin-T world, In place «f Improviiifr, lml &-'- worsr. Tlii-iO was n« mlnlns S-Jins nn in tho iU'i-;i ground, iill making to«varda the suvfiicf. whli'li, .as von 'iv n' nr ?. is .a vriy Imd Hiffit. Tho fioMi'ii (late i'ons.»Is. in which T hold a larqi' IntPivst, contlnuos t« '.urn out Mini- ilia'. Riv-v- a profi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
lit psoriasis ' Terrible Scaly Humour in Patches AH Over the Body— Skin Cracked and Bleeding— Itching Unbear able-Cured by Guticurain Thirty Days at Small Expense. ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTfCURA 'I was afflicted with psoriasis for thirty-five years. It was in patches all over my body. I used three cakes ^^ of Soap, six boxes /&£?&$&,. Cuticura Oint r~*~ JiA ment, and two -L __;$«, bottles of Cuti J?S ^S '3' cura Resolvent. I I Jg* y bathed with the WE&. f Soap, applied the $&£if Jk Ointment once a SmtPx/l V^ day, and took the ^MgfpAi lU'solvcnt as di ~ vTi rcctcd. In tJiirty days I was completely cured, and I think permanently, as it was about five years ago. 'The psoriasis first made its appear ance in red spots, generally forming a circle, leaving in the center a spot about the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh. In a short time the affected circle would form a heavy dry scale of a white silvery appearance and would gradually drop of...
CLONCURRY RAILWAY. [?] FROM THE SOUTH. BRISBANE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
(I-O.VCI'KKY 1IA1LWAV. n.w \-i;-:s fi;ii.\i tiiio sn-ni. ? .':? ?;? .'-.:-.\\.\ Iii:ISI!A.VK. Ju'v l.l. Tin' i:ailuay Iji pai tim-iit rcn-ived a lai-ffe number of iii.iilli-ailnns f.,i- ??mi- ploymi'iil on tlii- vMuiit-uriy line ixten sio'i in rusponsv tu Uivir tulveitlsi nirin. The l-e;-ail:ncii[ asked fur :i'O nicii. ami ina-ii- tin- fart kn.r.vn in all the Inrjf(- centres ( xci ;,i r.iin,-;. ]:y Ilie lilnsfciM yi :,t. rday 26 ni'-n lefl. this 1-ii.is nil I'm- :iri..,|.,ni.-.;.\t|.in nvaiiablu. Mi ire will be s-nl from 1 1 n it- In tlino, but it appears tint the mher s-i.-amers ?Ju not cniiiii-ri with thv n-;:il tialii.s tliri^ making' it tiillirult to :einl nun lijriit throui;!! With ,ul drlays at Ti.wnsvillc ui- Ii-jKlHT..:- n.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
?taFORDBROS. HSfeJft^-nrAgEFORD. J. TB RRIS. S. O. WAKEPORD. I auctioneers, Hneral commission agents, |r Complete Household Furnishers.* I- LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE I - ALWAYS ON HAND. |' Also VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. £ ? CASH BUYGnS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. K ? BECOND-UANP VEHICLES UOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. i' ? P We have for Private Sale : I 'PIANOS.-MakcrE. 'J. Irmler.' pe-r«cl!nstrmiiPtit of Dcautif.il lone: r.rieo. It 60 Guineas. 'Stelner,' specially constructed for tropical climatea. In |. epecUon invited. Cash price, £47 10s. Approved terms. I: P IRON SAFES.— Shipment Just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. % Prices from £7 10s to £25. -? VEHICLES —ft. J. and W. Peel's Sul Ides. Pony and Horse, Bent and ; % Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £1C. ? to £35 Lfht Lorry. In splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans. £7 10s and ? £13 Sprlns Van, £12. Waggonet te, in good order, £12. Stylish Hooded ?? Sulky, equal to new, £22. Ne...
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. MELBOURNE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. (By Telegrai.h.'! .MELBMli'.Xi:. July 19. In the Senate to-ciny, The Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta Rail way Survey Bill was roc-rived from the Mouse nf Representatives and read a lir^l lime. The Bills of Exchange Hill was fur ther considered in committee, the i laus,' which gave all the trouble yes unlay being postponed. Several i-laiis--s were- :ifireed to. When elau.«e 79, presentment of i-ln-(|ue, was reached. Senator demons s.iiil he thought that instead of reason alili' lime being allowed before acheque became due iii a State, a specific time should bu enacted. Senator Walker suggested a period of six months. Senator Keating recognised the jus tice of the objections on his proposal and the clause was postponed. On clause SI, which Is designed for the protection of bankers paying fraudulently altered cheques, Senator ('lemons suggested an amendment to the effect that if a banker suspected a cheque he should communicate with the customer. The clause w...
FOOTBALL TOWNSVILLE V. CHARTERS TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
FOOTBALL By 'Thrcequarters.') TOWNSVILLE V. CHARTERS TOWERS. To-morrow at Charters Towers, the Tpwnsvllle boys will wrestle with the goldneld's representatives for supre macy, and the contest . should prove an exciting one both from a spectacular and players' point of view. There can be no doubt that football is fast gaining popularity, and Buch Inter-town contests help towards that end .immeasurably and tend to foster1 the game as It should be played —In a spirit of friendly, but wt,thal keen .rivalry. Some one has said that a. sound body Is closely allied with ft twtrafl-'TtiinaT 'Whether ^Ib be bo or not, it is clear that football necessi tates a sound body, and the lattter is acquired only by continuous and hard training. In the match against Ravcnswood last Saturday it was In this that Townsville fell short ; the pace was too strong for xthem, and in the last portion of the game they prac tically collapsed. It is to be hoped, however, that they have made the best of the short t...
"LAWN TENNIS IN 1907." [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
?'LAWN TENNIS IN 1907.' The London 'Times' of May 30, has a lengthy article under the above heading. The following are extracts:— 'We must bo prepared for a sad thin ning in the ranks of the little group of men who stand nt the head of affairs In the world of lawn tennis. . . We must sustain the loss of the brothers Doherly, It would seem, for a certainty. And it is most unlikely that either Mr S. H. Smith of Mr F. L. Riseley will appear at Wimbledon or In the international matches. . . With our four leading players in abeyance, we shall be bound to set Mr Gore in the van of English lawn tennis for this year. He has been chosen before to play for England in International matches, and he Is well worth the honor. Any one who has not seen Mr Gore play a losing match has not seen one of the finest sights lawn tennis can offer. But who 1b to stand with him In the battle it Is really hard to see. Presumably Mr. Ritchie and Mr. Roper Barrett arc the two next in merit. The former Is very go...
N.Q. R. AND C.S. RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
N.Q. R. AND C.S. RIFLE CLUB. The regular monthly meeting of the above cjub was held at the Railway Station on Wednesday last, 17th inst. Present: Messrs Melville (Chair), Hone, /Morris, Desmond, Keys, ' Milne, and Bath (secretory)- The usual formal buslnes was dealt with, and it was de cided to hold a prize competition on Saturday next over the 200. u'fl a,ul 61'!) yards' ranges. Messrs Quelch an 1 Husen were elected as members. The captain and secretary were elecleil delegates to the T.D.lt.C. Association. This concluded the business. The following are the handicaps for ?Saturday's competition— Mori Is sLralc'i, Skune 1. Hone 2. Desmond 4, Mm-gan and Givenslll 5, Hanrahnii an.l M-?LeI- land S, Moulday !1. Kelly 11. Milne 16. Gordon ami Griffith 17, Melville IS, Charles in, Melntyre and IV-Wvls :». Laci-y and Cole 21, Marker 24. Skyrlnrr. Keys. Hone (jun.). Fenwick, Batli, Pot ter, Carroll, Flanagan, Ogden. T.i: rows, Franco, Quc-lch, Husen 25, Wi ?? '.- ell ^S, McSherry 29, Keitley...
RIFLEMEN'S MOVEMENTS. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
RIFLEMEN'S MOVEMENTS. (By Cable.) LONDON, July ?? Sergeant Ommundscn. a gold nie-:.i.- l!st, joins the British rifle team lor Australia. The following Australians are going to Canada :— Addison. Edwards, Mot Ion, Howltt, Cutler. McLood. Dawson, McCalley, Edge, Ardill, and Captain Hicks.
MOUNT MORGAN G.M. CO. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. ROCKHAMPTON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
MOUNT MORGAN G.M. CO. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. (By Telegraph.) ROCKHAMPTON, July 19. The 22nd annual general meeting or shareholders in the Mount Morgan Gold Mining Company was held to-day. Mr R. S. Archer presided, and in moving the adoption of the directors' report and balance-sheet congratulated the shareholders on the financial position of the company, remarking that he felt sure that the shareholders would fully appreciate the policy of the board In establishing a reserve fund and insur ance fund. The motion was carried. .Messrs A. J. Callan and R. G. Caset were re-elected directors, and Messrs W. G. Thompson and It. L. Dibden were elected auditors. The report prepared by the direc tors showed that the total revenue for the year from all souvces amounted to £934.431 19s 4d, the total expenditure being £571,C1S 10s 2d, including ?.—Pay- ments to the Government, £46,052 3s Id; wages, £293,S45 ISs Sd; other expenses, 1231 .020 Cs 5d, particularised In the bal ance-sheet and profit ...
BRISBANE WOOL SALES. BRISBANE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
BRISBANE WOOL SALES. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July IS. The Brisbane Woolselling Brokers' Association report that at the first sale of the 1907-S series of the Brisbane market, held on Friday last, 3996 bales were offered in the presence of a large attendance of buyers. The highest price for scoured was 23'.£d, and for greasy 12%d. Competition was keen and well dis tributed. For 0.11 ffood wools the pi ices as comraicd with the Junc sulos were unchanged, but i:i case of faulty, scoure-;, find all unattractive wools bidding was restricted and prices 'were about five per cent, lower.
SOUTHERN SHARK MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
SOUTHERN SHARK MARKETS. ' (By Telegraph.) ' BRISBANE, JulV 19 The following are the latest quota tions :— Chlllegoe, con., b Cs 9d; forward, b Cs lid s 7s 2d; Chillagoe debentures (ex all arrears of interest), b £76; Chilla goc-Ruddlgore, b £13 s £14; Dalziell's, b 4s 8d s 6s 2d; Gllmore, b 6s 4d s 6s 6d; Glassford Creek, b Is 9%d s Is lid; Mount Cannlndah, b 3s lid s 4s; for ward, b 4b; Mount Hector, con., s Sis; Mount Merlin, con., b.£5 s £6; Mount Molloy, b 19s s 19s 2d; Mungana, b 10s Id; Macgregor, s 6s 9d; O.K., b 8s 7d s 8s lOd; forward, b 8s 9d s 9s; Peak Downs, paid, b 13s 6d s 14s 6d; Phoeni cian Tin, b Is 3d s Is 6y&d; paid, s 8s; Queensland Exploration, s 31s; Vulcan, s 8s 3d; No. 1 North Columbia and Smithfleld, b Is 9d s 2s; No. 2 North Columbia and Smithfleld, s 12s 6d; North Glanmlre Tribute, con., s 9d; South Glanmlre and Monkland, b 3s s 4s 6d; Oriental and Glanmlre, s 3s 8d; East Oriental and Glanmlre, con., s F%d; Oriental Consols, con., s Is; Mount Morga...
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 19. The ' New York World ' attributed President Roosevelt's statement that he had given no order to the Navy Board to send a battleship fleet to the Pacific! to the fact that he was unaware tnat the Board had issued any such order. The fleet will proceed on a cruise early in the fall for the purpose of manoeu vres. It may go to the Pacific, but -Its destination Is not yet determined. .The ' plans have' absolutely no significance with regard to the Japanese question, iwhlch President Roosevelt does not ?consider serious. ' The World ' ex ' -presses the belief that President Roosevelt will not consent to send a fleet to the western coast, declares that the Jingo demonstration is fln |-iShdl, and attributes it to Mr- Met SlalfB ridiculous Fourth of July bun fegPhere are some signs that Cantor ^blans are beginning tq regret their pSSSapanese campaign and ore try ing to appease the ill-feeling. The di rectors of the San Francisco Mer chants' Exchange annou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
THE BEAUTIFDL SPRING WB ARE ^B^TO&tt^t^t'^bbN ^H&iSaiv ' TO A WARMER TEMPERATURE. I 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 your our VALU ABLE STOCK at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. SOFT SHIRTS, with Collar and Pockets, extra good quality, 2/6, 3/6. S/tU PANAMA HATS, prices low, quality Buperb, IS/6, 17/6, 21/-, 22/6, 26/-. ; FELT HATS, very stylish, reduced on the same lines. ? l HELMETS— A very large assortment. ' '41 i BOOTS The SURRANA CALF BALS. at 16/6 will surprise you for value and style. We are offering TAN JCID BOOTS at lS/6-^ANErB-OPENE.R— the quote -. will even surprise the trade. '''.'? i THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT \ Is, simply a BEWILDERING COLLECTION of MOST UP-TO-DATE ^ MATERIALS. j ? INSPECTION INVITED. SEE FOR YOURSELVES. HILLMAN BEOS,11 TAIL0R8 AND OUTFITTERS, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, TOWNSVILLE. *ft And at Ravenswood. Cough Insurance. A GOOD BUSINESS MA1T Insures his Stock ag...
WEDDING. FERGUSON—BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
WEDDING. FERGUSON— BLACK. On Wednesday, the 11th instant, at the Holy Trinity Church, Mackay, the marriage of James S. Ferguson, man- ager of the Commercial Banking Com- pany of Sydney at Ingham, and youngest son of the late Archibald and Mrs Ferguson, of Byerwin station, to Bijou Marian Black, only child of Mr and Mrs Henry Bowyer Black of Mackay, was solemnised by the Rev. Hely Wilson. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away, wore a very fine white French muslin, trimmed with the finest of Valencien- nes lace over pale cream Louissienno silk. The bodice, which was high, was prettily trimmed with the same lace and delicate stitchery. A white crinoline hat with chiffon and a little lace introduced to correspond with the dress, white tips and rosettes of rib- bon. A handsome lace scarf was worn by the bride, who carried a bou- quet of lovely Malmaison and white roses. The altar was covered with beautiful flowers, and the organist, Mi...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 19. A complaint has been made to the Labor Council of the conditions under which it was alleged the firemen were employed at two of the metropolitan hospitals. The Shore Drivers' and Fire- men's Union, from which the complaint emanated, stated that the men have worked 84 hours per week for years. An application by the Coal Lumpers' Union to be affiliated with the Sydney Labor Council was agreed to by the council last night. At the Parramatta Quarter Sessions, Charles Bevan, for horse-stealing, was &nbsp; sentenced to four years' penal servi- tude and to an additional year's im- prisonment for larceny. A deadlock exists between the rock- choppers and contractors and Water and Sewerage Board over a wages dis- pute. The contractors assert that the cost of tunnelling will be increased by 50 per cent, if the men's demands are granted. A plumber engaged in testing gas pipes in a newly completed house at Pymble had a miraculous escape yes- terday. He w...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
The Queensland Parliament will open on Tuesday next. It will be seen from an advertise- ment that a final singing practice is to be held to-night in the Stoke-street Methodist Church at seven o'clock. A full attendance is requested. An excursion train to Charters Tow- ers, under the auspices of the Towns- ville Rugby Football Union, will leave Townsville to-morrow at 7.30 a.m., and Charters Towers on the return journey at 7.30 p.m. Tickets (6s 6d for adults and 3s 3d for children) are obtainable from any member of the committee. On Friday morning at half-past nine the Ambulance Brigade were sum- moned to attend a man named Jack Herbert, who, while working in the hold of the steamer Yongala, acci- dentally fell on a case, sustaining in- juries to the back and right side. The Brigade rendered first aid, and con- veyed the sufferer to the Hospital. Up to the present there is only one civil case down for hearing at the forthcoming District Court at Towns- ville next Wednesday. It is one...