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TENDERS FOR PRESERVED MEATS. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

TENDERS FOR PRESERVED MEATS. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 19. In replying to Mr Henniker Heaton, Mr Haldane.. Secretary of State for War. said it was impossible to alter the date for the reception of tenders for the supply of preserved meats In the present case, but in future every endeavor would be made to meet the convenience of the Australian market if possible.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

COMMERCIAL. ' THE WOOL MARKET. Messrs Dalgety and Co., Townsville, received a telegram on Saturday from their Brisbane branch advising them that at the wool sale at Erisbano on Friday the market ruled firm for all good wools. There was a splendid attendance of buyers. The firm .obtained top prices for greasies at 12^d, and sold Minamere (Rich mond) at 10Wd, Clulha (Richmond combing) at lOd. They had also the top market price for scoured wools with Rosedale at 23%d, and sold Clutlia scoured at 23d, Grangedale (Richmond) at 23d, and Minamere at 22%d. The New Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Company, Limited, have received the following wire from their Brisbane office under date 19th : — Mar- ket for good wools very firm at late rates, but medium and inferior wools very irregular ; sold Evesham scoured to 20%d. The Sydney omce wires under date the 10th inst. :— Hides '^d lower:, sheepskins steady ; prime tal low Ds better, medium 15s higher. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 19. The wool sal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

They were approaching the 4anger-ns turn, and the car was bounding along at about 40 miles an hour, 'no people lose their lives here freuqenUF?' she askea. ' 'Not more' than 'once.' yelled ' the ' chauffeur, as he bent Ms head lower over the wheel.

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FROZEN MEAT MARKET. (By Cable.) LONDON July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

FROZEN MEAT MARKET. (By Cable.) LONDON July 20. Tho following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's Smithfleld market quotations for the undermentioned classes of frozen' meat, based on the actual sales of not less than 100 car cases of mutton or lamb of fair aver age quality. These quotations are not for selected lines, but for parcels fairly representative of the bulk of the shipments now on the market :— July 13. July 20. New Zealand Sheep. Canterbury, light (431b to r,6lb) ? 4%-J 4%d Canterbury medium CClb to C41b) ? 4'£dd 4l£d Canterbury, heavy (641b to 721b) ? 4V4d 4%d All nominal. Dunedln and South land (561b to 641b) .. None offering. North Island (551b to 651b) ? 3%d 3%d Ditto (best brands) .. 4d 4%d Australian Sheep. (CrosBbrerl and Merino Ewes.) Heavy (over 6»lb) ... 3d 3»,fcd Light (under 501b) ... 3%d 3%d Best North Queensland 3%d 3%d River Plate Sheep. (Crossbred and Merino Wethers.) Heavy (over 501b) ... 3d 3%d Llrtit (under 501b) ... S^d 3%d New Zealand Lamba. Cant...

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A STANNARY HILLS MINING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

A STANNARY HILLS MINING CASE. The case of Johnson and Others v. The Stannary Hills Mines and Tram way Co., Ltd., was heard before War den Parkinson on Tuesday, June 25th. Mr Rlngrnse appeared for the plain tiffs, and Mr A. J. P. MacDonnell for the defendant Company (says tho 'W and T. Miner'). The plaintiffs had pegged out four men's ground below the Stannary Hills Company's dam at Rocky Bluffs as an alluvial claim, intending to work the tailing* coming with the flow of water from the mill. The Company held a water right over the ground applied for, but no tailngs area. No attempt had been made by the Company to securn the tailings, and no work had been done thereon. In the course of the argument It appeared that In the de finition Riven in the Mining Act Sec tion 3, there Is no reference to any minerals other than gold. The defini tion given in the section Is as fol lows :— 'Alluvial Ground.— Ground containing gold found In detritus re suXtlnff from the disintegration of older depo...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

MINING. Good reports come from the Dorothy Tin Mining Syndicate's property, in the Herberton district, and shares are in fair request At tho Cooktown Warden's Court on Tuesday, the following applications were heard before Warden Cherry:— W. Groom for exemption In respect ot tin claim 810, Mount Romeo; granted. M. Shepherd and H. Lauder, for mine ral lease No. 3, Coen; approved, sub ject to confirmation and survey. St. George Copper and Coal Mines, Ltd., for mineral leases 19S and 199, Little River; approved, subject to survey. Warden Cherry informs the Cook town 'Independent' as the result ot his visit to the wolfram country inland from Lloyd's Bay that he has recom mended a field be proclaimed. There is scope for a limited number of min ers, as far as things are at present. There is good agricultural land on the north side of Lloyd's Bay. The miners unanimously r-.t p. meeting expressed desire to be placed under the jurisdic tion of the Cooktown Warden. This field, it Is understood...

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AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. BRISBANE, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

'AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 20. The Rugby match, Australia v. New Zealand, played at Sydney, was won by New Zealand by 2G points to G. SYDNEY, July 21. The Rugby football match between Australia and New Zealand was played in the presence of about 50,000 people, the Governor-General (Lord Nortli cote), the State Governor (Sir Harry Rawson), and Vicc-Admlral Fawkes were among the spectators. Tho game at the outset was played at a terrific pace, the visitors' forwards and backs playing a game which made them fa mous the world over. They simply ran over tho Australian forwards and backs and showed some of the finest combinations over seen in Sydney. A magnificent forward rush ended In a try by Seeling two minutes after opera tions had started. Wallace's kick failed, but a few minutes later Mlchin son was last to handle the ball after a succession of passes and he scored a try, which Wallace- converted. Shortly before half-tfinu Francis, Roberts, Hunter, Wal...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

CRICKET. The finish of the match between the M.C.C. and Ground and Leicestershire, played at Lord's at the beginning of June, gave rise to a considerable, amount of excitement. In their first innings the M.C.C. scored 371, and in their second 69— grand total 440; while Leicestershire responded with 239 and 201— total 440, the match ending in a ti«. Playing for Kent against Northamp tonshire, Blythe disposed of the v.hole of the opposing team in tlie first in nings and bagged seven wlckots In the second, his 17 wickets coutins only 48 runs.

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NEW ZEALAND TEAM FOR ENGLAND. SYDNEY, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

NEW ZEALAND TEAM FOR ENGLAND. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 21. A cable message from Wellington furnishes the names of 21. ulayers as certainties for the professional football team to visit England. The list in cludes six of Ui? All-black team now In Australia, but It is stated to-night by a prominent cfTicia! that the team on being interviewed at Newcastle, Ftated that none of its members are miner in England as professionals.

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. WINTON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

(By Telegraph.) -Prom' Our Correspondents.) QUEENSLAND. WINTON. July 20. At the Police Court this morning, Victor Vale, on remand, was charged with . unlawfully and indecently deal ing with a girl under - the age of 12 years. Six witnesses were examined and the accused /-was committed for trial at' the next sittings of the Dis trict Court at Wlnton, on August B, bail being Allowed accused1 In the sum ^of1 £60, atta t!(vb; sureties of' £25 each. Bail was' Mot forthcoming. A fire brblte out In the kitchen of the residence of Mrs Geary, Cork strtet, at 7 o'clock last night. As sistance was Quickly at hand and the fire was extinguished before much damage was done. The loss Is trifling. The fire Is believed to have been caused by a hot coal from a stovo getting among the horseteed. AYR, July 20. The local option poll resulted In a majority of 41 against the resolution —'No new licenses to be granted.' CLERMONT, July 21. A fatal case of tetanus is reported from the Hospital. A boy named G...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

^^^^^^^^BgBKmelS^B^^^^BaUmlMS&Si^^^^k\^%} w&mSSm ?Kp|;-o.--Marani-a,«. Captain R. A. SB^pii-Mesdam^SStegerald, O'Sul BSfflS*' i^hrourii: pasaengera for Gulf ^pi-Meadam^s '.Wobdley,- Allen; ^gpjJ.TrirkwoQa^MMahQn: Dr Allen; gi}Sjl'&b:|n the steeraeefV Burns, Phllp Su&gW, Xtd., agentsT' p: Jiiy £1.— Wodonga, s. Captain J. E. pkUhbiirn, from Cooktown.' Passen Hfcettt— Mesdames Cornell, H. H. John ?*on, I* Fraser, Rodda, L. R. Sams, *& and child, Smith, J. Moffatt; -'MlBses Grace Palotta, Scarfc, Law rence, Forbes, Betts, Morrison, Lynch, Love, R. Eaton, two Sisters of Mercy; vRev, Gust. Pccters, Dr Love, Hon. M. H. Moreton, Staff-Captain Hardy (S.A.) ; Messrs Chas. Lane, P. McNaughton, F. J. Thompson, G. Martin, L. R. Sams, A. M. Betts, H. H. Merewethe^ J\ (JfH * Busby, 3. H. McKenzie, H. Green, H. A- Merewether, C. Illman, A. W. Brooks, F. L. Artlett, L. Fraser, T. M. Kehon, R. G. Dutton, S. Evans, P. S. Llnderman, Cragg, M. Drummond, C. W. Plum...

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WOULD DO HIS BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

WC -L-L.D DO HIS BEST. Tl;s artist was very eager to please, but the following instructions per plexed hi'. 'That oH portrait of my late wife was taker, forty years ago. and my daughter agrees with me thnt it Isn't good. We should like you to keep the features as they are, but iive.i them up aivi make them sort of twit hy. My wife has a neivous twitch :i'.jout her nose and mouth most of the time, and though I don't expect you can quite paint her features twlichy, will you ploa?e give the Impressior. that they roiqh'. twitch at any moment ?' Aivl the artist said ho wouM do his

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never falls. Is 6d.* ' We can't all at -imx- e^-l imn the exclusive circles, ma. Wo haven't got :he prestige.' 'Well, law pukes, Sairy. can't we buy some'' ';i:ivu you congratulati'd nur hos tess on her birthday?' 'Nn,' ans v-fi'i-il Miss Cayenne; 'I have condoled, with her!' Ask for Jones' IXL Jams. Stocked by all leading irroerars.' ALL LADIES should UFe SaHAMA They will find it a great aid to beauty, Man want* but little here below

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. AULDANA WINES. 1O EXHIBITS, JLO PRIZES, & GOLD MEDALS and X SILVER MEDAL. Against all comers secured First Prizes for Claret Sherry, Port, Chablis, Frontignac, Con .' stantia, Muscat, Burgundy, Tokay. *jy , „ . . ., , ? __. |Mpt, HfilTBl« & Co,, ltd.. Sole Agents. wmm:mmm: ??????? . ??:. ... ABB TOU J921B .,pB! !.jtydtfe£ ? We are the -$l|pest aid Best Jttlb.i^OS.E.lA Sugar — ; ;.,..? --IS % , i Jones ISX^ain/Jarge:mel8aJ#miafczeS.~ 7 6 Union Jack Jam or Marmalade, lCozs ntft1'; \,. good A$cj§^ per bottle - ?„ oi.. , ;, ,,..; -. 0 -:Jfcl , . «Plfjroo|t's .fiauce, per bottle^ .v ?„::. ,.,, v;,-, tf! J8J .-no ou ' .iu !»jI!i- ? ? ? -L ? 'rtv *''a';' .''''' ',''' '. It is to your advantage to have your Bacon cot with OUR BACON SLICER. No Failures with Cakes pd Pastry if using THE PEOPLE'S BAKING POWDER, per tin 6d. THfi P£OPLWcA|| StdRE, PlINBEBS STBJEET. We dtJirer Goods to all Suburbs. We make no extra charge for this Eervice, ' T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

tx* AJ« JO» li» v/o., ltd.. BTBAMBRS are Intended to be 4m*, patohed tram - JBTTX WHARF. ' ' W under:— ? . ? /-'? -.'' ? bowbn i : ' JmACKAY | ROCKHAMPTON WODONGA, I (Keppel Bay) TO-DAY, | BRISBANE Monday, July 22, / BUNDABBBQ* I 1 p.m. HARY'B'B'UaH* BYDNBY MEEBOURNB f\ ARAWATTA, | Transhipping for Monday, July 29, Adelaide and i p.m. Fremantle \ BOWBN BINGBRA, MACKAY Every Monday. GLADSTONE At ».« BBISBANB from 1 Railway Station. ' C I AIIAWATTA, CAIRNS IWedn'sday, July 21 FORT DOUGLASl at 2.30 p.m. COOKTOWN t From Jetty. COOKTOWN 1 MARANOX. THURSDAY IS'Dt Saturday, Aug. 10, NORMANTON 1 2 p.m. 8URKETOWN I From Town wharf. 1.TJCINDAPOINTI KURANDAr CARDWaLIi I Every Monday. MOURILYAN j 10 a.m. GBRALDTON |From Jetty Wharf CAIRNS (No cargo received TORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. ^~ j MARANOA, BRISBANB 1 Friday, August 2nd (direct) f » a.m. From Town 'Wharf ?Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particular* apply to— BURNS. PHILP 4 CO., LTD., - . Agents. TEAM TO CHINA AND JAPAN. VIA PORT DARWI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

HELID'iX Mi'A WAiT.i: JIEUDON SPA WATRIt Is a r.* tu- rn 1 Mineral Water springing from un known depths. 'I've often wondered,' re narked the Inquisitive gue.-t. 'why the l-jtel page boy i- called Tutto'is. ? Pn.bably,' repl!.e3 the lonely bachelor, 'It's bfi caus- he's ahvay.i off wh'-n \ou neel him the most!'

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ARBITRATION CASE. HEARERS' WAGES AND CONDITIONS. [?] JUDGMENT DELIVERED. SYDNEY, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

?mm S^^ISni JtmOMBNT DiBLIVBBED. ^m$mm »riMiaaj.--JJuijr 21-, felttSiy. Under the heading ? P^- RATES OF WAOBS. , ? __ torouSSylOe instates |. ? t whoU. the advent ofmachlne. anearlng has Sly to ^limited, exten^counteracted She lncreMe. The: difficulty Is lu SeailSgTore heavily woplled sheep tnrday «nd they have therefore estab (UJKed their claim;** a BUDstanUalln 2tae in the Bheatge^tes . 'I shaU tAretore fix a/ raJet^^hlch, to my oSfnlon, nv«l enaWe the shearer, to earn «? the sfcetp ot the preient time sub stantially what he could earn. on the Sheep of 16 yeaVs ago. Having regard also to the presentrday. rates in other tranches otaWUed labor, I have borne £ T mind the necessity of .fixing ; rates which wlU effectually -compose the -m- lerences between these parties for some years to. come. As In the case of oEti inatlng the average earnings of the shearer throughout the four States, bo In fixing the rates I have taken the conditions obtaining, in New Sguth Wales as a base for New...

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PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. By the 'N.Q. Herald's' Resident Representative. LOXDi'iX. Juno 14. Lord Roberts rrniio an appriprinl'' speech last week when he unvillol in St. Paul's Cathedral a inoninri.il in the memory of ihe late Field Maivhsil Sir Henry Wylie Norman. Tin nifii.i lial is a mural tablet, which li^ars tin; following Inscription : — 'In memorj- of Field Jlarslwil Sir Henry Wyllo Norman. G C.H., G.C.M.G.. C.I.K.. H26-1S04. 'niiili-i- and Adinini.strator in India. '-'-nor of Jamaica an-l Qioensland. ??? nf lny.il ami d-v n.-1 sorvice no 11-iK i.. in, ; i.= ('..?dic-.lc-J ? ??!.?? :.n-: ..?omr.i.lc-.' i.'l-il. from \Va!U'ii now horo. He 'i In 'pwry iht-atce it in r-ondnn.' ville. lias raii-'! ?laying at \1ipi -? sail trim this beginning of ??rtullctiii' an il r James i'oley. ??.? M-. ?'.aeoi. , ? rs in the Pwanpca 1'aprrs ; tho family nre well known in tho Swansea n-iihliovlimd. Mr J. R. Castlins i-spects to l)f nT.iv from North Queens-land about a year. .Ho is settled dow...

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AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

AMERICA AND JAPAN. LON!)')N, July 20. Admiral Yamamolu, i . : t ? - : s -U-woil at .M'inlroiil. said it was uniiori-Ksary for liiisi to visit San Francisco since ho l--;:iid tiiat l'rosidonl Runscvrli anil Admiral ICvans agreed willi liim that !?. ;ue and friendship should .-xist \--- l.i.-.'ii Japan and the ITnllud States. Hu i-.ii;siiii-n-d the anli-J.tpaiio.-e iiiril.i'.i -:i i:i Sin Franc iscn was a local an 1 liilling affair, not representing the na li .iial feeling in the Kli^litest dc-givo. He ridicul.-d the spy Incident, doclarins thai Japan would not resort to sucll t:sctfi-H. I The- 'spy incident '' was the .h;im uf a Jajianese officer and his servant. the- lnrnier for making drawi:v,s of U.r- fort at San Diego, ami llie J.iller fur having prints In his pot-session.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

f Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery!' for COUGHS, COtDS & CONSUMPTION. I ? 1 Of all the new discoveries in medical science, the most remarkable in recent years is one % . ( ,wh?Ph W'N Prove invaluable to thousands of people, and which it is believed will take the place 1 : ??'?-???- Hi all other remedies for the cure of Coughs, Colds and Consumption. The preparation is called.- .,.Ji ir| Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds and Consumption,' '-!' £1 and is a scientific compound of gre^ merit. It is most healing to *he lungs and throat, and,',', ',,.'', '['?'! °1 cures the cough or cold in a remarkably short time, leaving no bad aiiit effects.. , As it contains' Ji' J '; no injurious drugs of any kind, it is a perfectly safe remedy for children, and is particularly good for croup and whooping cough. The dose is small and it is pleasant to take. ?^^^^^-^Sll FIVE YEARS A SUFFERER ^, ? ? ||U FROM f^SHFinN I CHRONIC BRONCHITIS Oj?^ Qjj II ENTIRELY CURED BY —Jg[— I DR. SHELDOW'...

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