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

'?:*:'S*''}/--Kty-±?MS5-^^ ?; ;.??.?? ???.^ -r' We have a veiy .ijairorSMs^'t^B^&^pM^^^.S^®'!!'*''' pur {Shelves MUST BB :'jqtMtt^,1fWtWy-ftQl^wdowWffiV~j$'T , ? . . ? ,ABLE STOCK at GUE^-TljT KBibtJCEDpSIOipS. tf\&^ivE3q ?; SOfT SHIRTS, with Collar an^oici!iet^**'tr^09^33U^Vr^9.'*^i^t,-J PANAMA HATS, prices low. quality aitperb, 18/6, 17/8, Sf/-, 22/«, 25/-. '?.. ,1 FHLT.HAT& very BtyllsU,rfeaucea on vtho^iBwne UneB.- ''%?;. HELMETS— A very large asBorttne'nk f ^'; /'*;/, . '''4g ?'?? ' ,?.'?'' ? / ' Scvo^s ?-? ??? ? ?? ? The SURRANA CALF BALS. at.16/6 will surprise you for value and style. We are offering TAN KID BOOTS at 13/6— AN EYE-OPENER— the quote ' wlU even surprise the trade. . I THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT i . Is Blmply a BEWILDERING COLLECTION of MOST UP-TO-DATE i . MATERIALS. INSPECTION INVITED. SEE FOR YOURSELVES. : 1 ??» ?? LTAmdm AND,£UTHTTBB8lbuiir .i'dW OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, TOWNSVILLE. ' 'H And at Ravenswood. Suffered Terribly from Indi. ge...

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

PERSONAE. Hie Excellency the Governor on Fri ; flay- last prenentwl Imperial service medals to a number of retired police :Voffleers. The following were the re iolpjents :— Ex-Inspectors A. Douglas 'i&iim&laii, . Hervey Pltigerald. Andrew pDWBCoM/ ex-Sub-lnBpectors Martin vjtenou, Michael Burke, Patrick ?g&ifvt, 3. M. Hobday. M. J. M'Crcery, WlWWl Taylor, ex-Senlor-sergeants Ed ^|rfl;T5ralBh, Georg-e Bain, and George ^^^l^ergcants Hugh Flynn and W. agSafin^i ex-AcUngr-Sergeants William WtojiWPSameB Knox, and John Qulnn, ^|Mi)laM Constable John Halnes. ? H^jmbnisterrseneral for Victoria, HJrawkK^laoe next month, and steps ?ffimii&tatt ]*jt the PubUc Service Souili Wales, was uci'iHly received by the King at Buckingham Palace?. Dr. Kecnan was introduced by the Duko of Connauslit.

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DUTY ON FIJIAN BANANAS. MELBOURNE, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

DUTY ON FIJIAN BANANAS. CBj*Telegraph^ MELBOURNE. July 21. Tho Colonial Secretary nf Fiji, Mr Mnlinrrov. who Is in Molljournc, saw Sir Wil'.'ini Lynp litriin yesterday on the tnntler of relieving the pro ducts of Fiji from Australian duties. Sir W. L;-ne subsequently said that M,- MahalToy nrlnclpally referred to li.-uinnns and Impressed him that If tho rvi;mvinnu-erUth would let bananas fro,-,, Fiji into the Commonwealth fmp nf duty, Fiji was prepared to re firiroentp in other directions. Sir W. Lyne promised to consider the mat -T. but It Is very Improbable that Mr T.r.Hhaffey's request will bo com I'lieil with owing to the injury that v,-n-,;l,i probably result to the Queens ''?'1 Vtn'na Industrv FM$l|hii-. I»v£( and s^Truth); dprae fcuirf'ttfjr TVpr. *pi» Conn, Woh J3ro P*r5on eang 'Then llall to tlifee, om broker,' and after the addrww to the inaater, Bro. C. ft. Wood sang 'Let Masonry from pole to pole.' The following officers were inBta'»d— R.W.M., Bro. T. A. Bishop; Dtp. M.,...

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THE SITUATION IN KOREA. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

THE SITUATION IN KOREA. LONDON, July 19. The Emperor of Korea has decided to abdicate, to-day. The elder statesmen   have written to the Marquis Ito stat-         ing that Japan would receive their sup- port if it deals fairly towards the Em- peror, otherwise the elder statesmen and the whole nation were prepared to die as martyrs. Viscount Hayashi has arrived at Seoul. There is much un- rest in the vicinity of the palace. A mob attacked a newspaper office, doing much damage. LONDON, July 21. Korean Ministers represented to the Emperor that his imprudence had en- dangered the nation, necessitating his abdication. The Emperor convoked a council of the elders, when they unani- mously supported the Ministers and the Emperor abdicated in favor of the Crown Prince. A crowd of 5000 Ko- reans was beaten back from the palace gates while the deliberations were pro- ceeding. The Marquis Ito, even when requested by the Emperor, r...

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

^warrants i flHR^Sa^fi ~ HALF A GEBTIH SCOTCH WHISKY. PROPRIETOR OF THE ROYAl LOCHNAGrAB DISTTLIiERY BALMORAL, SCOTLAND. All the Royal Palaces supplied fob over 50 Team. STSSmcoS /^-s. AfterOfflcB thitfk, Work or ^^-rtJ^s Stndy yonr f yLjTl Headaches a V ai\ Eyw r iv jAj ) Right * ^Flinders St., TownsYille m —if i'Ii iNi* iiiw i a'*awr.«Jwa wpmiwm* ROYAL BILLIARD AND HAIK DRESSING SALOON. BEST IN THE CITY *';j fr.r TOHACCO, PIPi-:S. AND ALL SMOKERS' REQUISITES. 'I \!I1!I[!7-S!.V--: P \T,QON\ !;i:.UAHD ROOM. w. '''HAMPTON'S New Premises suit the public taste. Klti:ntlin : Opposite the Theatre. The llairdresslng Saloon has been flt icd up with every detail conducive to comfort An expert with latest Sydney and Melbourne experience Is In charge, and halrdresslng at Champion's la as satisfactory as In the finest southern saloons. The Billiard Table has been abso lutely renewed and Is second to none in the city. TOBACCO— In Flake. Mixture or Cake. CIGARS— Very Choicest of Smokes. A Tip-to...

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

THE RIFLE. A mooting of tin- T.P.I!..'.. n-:nnilti-v was hold on H.'Uunkiy nic;lit. when there were iuv.-e;it :— Mi s-m-s .Jill (i-h.ilr). Uiackuvil, .Vi-lvlllc. Annil, li.illi. Tail, MIII'T. urA Mrl'w.-.liv i--i-e. rotary I. The c-liivr 1,;:mii,-ks w.i-; Mi. drawing up of Hie !'M-,7ia:'inie ?'?:? its coming half-year's sli.iMlhiff. :;i'i tli. following fixtures wen- ud-iil. 1 up ?:: : July 27, 500 and Cl)H yar.ls; :- ?; n . :n ) -? « 21, W'H aivl COO yards: neti!.-,- L'C, _n,i and 300 yards. After th- it^'.::i ? f'i'nal business the mc-ctlns elotv! u,M a - ,,ie of thanks to the chair.

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

iHEFOlU) BROS. ^P&'l. WAKBFORD. V J- T? RRra- B- a WAKEFORD. K^v '. -'?/}} ???»'.?? pNiRAE ^MMISSION AGENTS, | Complete Household Furnishers. * ?' I*ARGE STOCKS OP NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. Also VEHICLES OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. CASH BUYERS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. SECOND-HANP VEHICLES KOUOHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale: PIANOS.— Makers, 'J. Trailer,' perfect instrument of beautiful lone: l-rlcc, 60 Guineas. 'Stclnor,' speuially constructed for tropical climates. In Bpectlon Invited. Cash price, £47 10a. 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 makeB, £14, £15, £16, 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 new, £22. Nearly new Pony Dog Cart, £15 IBs. ...

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DISLEY COMPETITIONS THE KING. LONDON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

UISLEY COMPETI1 I ?:..-? THE KIN', (By Cr .. 1.1 'N, ?????? . ? . -2). Private Buckley (Jl.-. ?.??;? ; , w,m tlie silver medal for hisli.-st . . ^ra|O in the first and sreonij -i;r. -; ? Vj, King's. The first stacr,- i ,.hm^ ?*-? ?? ~' shots over 200, ,'OU. and Cii.i y;ini k seeond Mnffp is 20 shots at t'.nil .\,nds. Tlie first 300 in the first stage are elig ible- to shoot in the second .si.ir-o. Pri vate Duekley scored 1!O out of a pos sible 205. AddiFou (South Australia) was sixth with 393. The final stage of the Klnc's for which the best 100 In the ac=Tr=rnte of the first and second stasis me eligible is sliot over Son. 900 and Iip.10 yards. 10 shots at each. Eight Austr.illn'' ? - ?? M fie.l for the final sinpre— .A.1 .i 193, Cutler VSR. Motion !?-?-. '? ,i 1SS. Mc Calley ISC. Edwart.- : ... Mcl.end 1S4 (the eighth name was not rahled). In tlie 20 shots nt COO yards the Aus tralian seven best scores were : Addi Fon r.3, Motton S3, Cutlrr 91, H.-.wltl 90, McCalley K9. Edward'; S...

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

IRVINEBANK DISTRICT. (From the 'W. and T. Miner' of July 17.) On the opposite range from tho Valetta, a miner named . Christy Petersen put In eight weeks work on the old Jack-ln-the Box, where .he located a shoot of tin, from which ho got over £40. Then the holders of this old lease came down on him and took the ground aB he had ' only obtained a registered claim on it, not knowing that the property was held, although not worked, for perhaps the paBt twenty years. ??ffluSSm^Briv: M&mpimfa%m\ acre copper lease ,about ? haU^Jle' from the tramline near .Oaln'es* motel where they are down 40ft the last i0 feet in 'black sulphide ore without walls.' They are now bagging 20 tons for transport to the Chillagoe .smelt ers. This property is under offer 'to Mr F. a. de V. Glpps. Near this property is the Relief, down about 26ft. with a 4ft. face of black sulphides showing in the bottom. The Humbug copper mine, manage* by Arthur Hemmlngs, is situated about five miles from Irvinebank, t...

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V.A.T.C. JULY MEETING (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

VA.T.C. JULY MEETING (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 21. The weather for the V.A.T.C. July meeting was dull and threatening, and the attendance at Caulfleld was only fair. Following were the results: — LEAMINGTON HURDLES, 2 miles 1 furlong 64 yards. P. and G. Gleeson's ch g High Court, by Redcourt— Joshua mare, 4yrs, 10.4 (Morgan) ? 1 R. Bradfleld's br e Regret, Byrs, 12.3 CBurns) ? 2 A. W. Beazley's b g Westeria, 4yrs, 9.13 (Houne) ? 3 There were seven others. Betting: 3 to 1 Prior, 7 to 2 Regret, 6 to 1 Wes teria and Superstition, 7 to 1 High Court, 8 to 1 Murska. Won by a head, ?with three lengths between second and third. Murska fell. Time, 4.14%. LILIilMUR TWO-YEAR-OLD HAN DICAP, 6 furlongs. C. Baldwin's br c Veulba, by Havoc —Party, 8.1 (Evans) ? 1 C, Qulnn's b c Currandooley, 8.5 (King) ? 2 Seven Oaks, 7.9 (Wheeler) ? 3 There were 14 others. Betting: 2 to 1 Yeulba, 6 to 1 Currandooley, 7 to. 1 Seven urks, iz to l tiineiet ana uecuna.. Won by thrte lengths, with a length betwe...

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ON THE OUT BACK TRACK. CLONCURRY TO NORMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

By the "North Queensland Herald's" Travelling Representative.)   A stage coach journey from Clon- curry to Normanton is not a pic-   turesque trip by any maens. The country is anything but interesting for   the whole 260 miles, spread over five   monotonous days, bumping and jerk- ing over rough and sandy roads, throughh vast dreary plains scantily clad with patches of gidya and stunted looking trees, not even a hill to reliev the weary eye.     The coach leaves Cloncurry on Thurs- day mornings very early and the fare is £6. There are 20 stages, at which horses are changed, the first one being   Tommy's Creek, then Quamby. Mr   and Mrss Dutton keep the accommoda- tion house here and lunch is served. At Granada cattle station the third change is made. The night is spent a Donaldston, 75 miles being the first day's run. Mr and Mrs Anderson keep the hotel at this place, and the trave...

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

The Townsville Customs returns for July 15 to 21 were, £6187 1s 8d, against £1761 8s 10d for the corres- ponding period of last year showing   an increase of £4425 12s 10d. A number of kanakas from the Cairns district arrived in Townsville on Sunday. They will be shipped on Monday by the Bingera en route for the Islands. By the excursion train from Ayr to Townsville on Sunday there were some 400 passengers, while by the two trains from Townsville to Char- ters Towers there were between 500 and 600 passengers. The man Thomas Cowan, who sui- cided by means of arsenic at Sydney last week, is supposed to be identical with an old army pensioner of that name, who was for some time em- ployed at Alligator Creek Meat Works. He left Townsville for Sydney about six years ago. Writing under date June 14, the   "North Queensland Herald's" Resi- dent Representative in London says: —This week's London quotation of plantation rubber is 5s to 5s 8d for "fine"; "scrap is qu...

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The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 22, 1907. TOWNSVILLE RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 22, 1907. TOWNSVILLE RAILWAY STATION. The really strong arguments in sup- port of the local request that the build- ing of the new Townsville railway sta- tion shall be at once proceeded with are that this investment of money was departmentally held to be desirable several years ago, but was postponed because of the State's increasingly un- satisfactory financial position; and that while the traffic of the Northern railway is rapidly developing and next year cannot fall to be greatly aug- mented by Cloncurry trade the finan- cial difficulty has been removed as a result of the return of good seasons. The present Townsville railway sta- tion is not suitable for the economical performance of the railway terminus work. The office accommodation, and conveniences for passenger traffic are insufficient and ill-arranged. To blame the former for the recent robbery, or to connect the still later large em- bezzlement with it might be an exag- geration. But it is t...

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TOWERS LEPROSY GASES EXAMINATION IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

TOWERS LEPROSY GASES: EXAMINATION IN 15RlSnAN13. (By Telegraph.) BRISISANE, July 12. The Government steamer otter ar rived from thf north with 15 lepers on board to-day, including the I wo Char ters Towers girls. Tiny ^.o visited by members of the Hoard of Health to day. Mr J. C. Pound. Government Jiaetoriologist, was nlso present and took scrum specimens from the girls for examination. Dr Ham. Commissioner for Health, and Dr Rnivf, superintendent of the lazaretie, examined the girls and pro nounced them to be suffering from leonine leprosy In a marked form. To make absolutely certain there will be another examination by other doctors, and there will be an examination also by an independent expert on behalf of their father, which has to be allowed if desired. Dr Ham considers the case of two girls in one family to be affected by leprosy as unique, and intends to inquire Into the history of the cases.

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HELIDON SPA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

HELIDON SPA WATER. With Helldon Spa as a Table Water no restraint at meals is necessary. 'Did you ever think seriously of marriage?' 'Yes.' 'Then why are you single?' ' That's the answer.' Guest: 'Am you quite sure this fish is fresh?' Waiter: 'I don't exactly know, sir. I've only been here three days.' Housewives should always aek for Jones' IXL Jams, because they are the very best on the markets.* SAKAMA can be applied with safety to the youngest babe, allays irritation healing and antiseptic

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TASMANIA. HOBART, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

TASMANIA. HOP. ART, July 22. The man who was charged with the murder of Annie Kay has been acquit ted, the magistrate remarking that the evidence was too slender to warrant a conviction. The police discovered a complete coinage plant at New-town, including dies for half-sovereigns. One man Is under arrest in connection with the af fair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

The purchasing of commissions in the Rritlsh Army (abolished in 1S71), al though not then looked upon with that amount of favor enjoyed by Porter's lUill Dog Alo and Stout, still has its supporters in some circles at home. (Advt.)

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POSSILBROOK. [?] and T. Miner.") [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

^?tOSSILBROOK. UM- ana T- Miner.') Correspondent writes ^^^^?Votfram Camp, IS ^^^^^MOlt, - some irood ^^^^^Bpdi out :of late. ^^^^^Bbned by Eric ^^^^^^?fecently sunk ^^^^^^Hp wolfram reef to a depth of 23ft., and bottomed on lft. «ln. of wolfram lode, but which is at present of poor quality. On this claim the owners have gone in for put ting down shafts or following along the course of the lode, these shafts be ing about 30ft. apart, and connected up as they are sunk. From these shafts they have taken about UlA tons of wol fram. At present they have 5 tons of ore at grass, which, after being dressed and burned, should produce about half a ton of 70 per cent wolfram. The price paid for wolfram is now £171. on the ground, so that this class of ore is being largely sought after. At me Black Angel (Dennis Bros.) adjoining the Black Diamond, they are on a surface leader about 6in. to MiV, which was struck last week. Specimens from tills leader have proved the richest ever found on the fi...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 22. An elderly man, whose name is un known, .was -washed off the rocks at Bondl to-day. He Jfraa out on. the rocks at Ben. Buckler, when a large wave broke over the rocks with great suddenness. A man named Robinson, was fishing there, but was not so far out as his older companion. Robinson ran back and got clear of the tremen dous body of water which came sweep ing in. When ho recovered himself and looked round the elderly man was nowhere to be Wn; lie had been en gulphed and carried out to eea by the receding wave. Three sons of Mr J. F. Kingston, a farmer, of Lowesdale, Corowa district, left Uieir home to shoot birds with a pea-rifle yesterday. While passing the rifle from one boy to the other a charge exploded, the bullet entering the heaa of the youngest boy, who died without regaining consciousness. .

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STANNART HILLS MINE'S AND TRAMWAY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

STANNARY HILLS MINES AND TRAMWAY CO., LTD.1. Mr C. E. Nicholas, manager, -.reports for the week ended July 12:— Ivanhoe Tramway adit driven J2ft., total S9ft. No. G north drive driven 52ft., total 264ft., in formation. 28' p tons were sent to the mill from No. 5 intermediate level, main stope. The' Monarch shaft has holed through Into the rise from No. 5 level, Ivanhnc mine, thereby improving the' ventila tion very much. Eclipse: 150ft. level, east, driven 7ft.. total 66ft.. in ore. Kitchener: No. 1 north drive exten ded 5ft.. total Sift., Btopped. Tunnel south-east driven 7ft, total 40ft. 165 tons sent to the mill. Extended: 160ft. level: Stoplng In fair ore has been carried on; 10 tons being sent to the mill. Central Hill: This shaft was sunk 8ft., total 116ft. Tunnel driven 15ft., total 513ft. A seam of mineral has been cut. North-east drive from the Central Hill tunnel driven 6ft., total 95ft. In formation. Iona tunnel driven 9ft, total 214ft. Arbouln Mine: Tunnel west of Greek;...

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