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AMERICA AND JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
AMERICA AND JAPAN. From the 'Japan Times' ot May II, It would appear that San Francisco is not the only centre in -which Ame.il cans are showing hostility to Japan. The 'Times' t-.avs:— Missionaries in Korea.— It Is reported that Mr Jones and Mr Strand, Amnri can ? mislonarics In Korea, recently waited on Marquis Ho and on behalf of their locai compatriots and cu workers assured the Resident General of their disinterestedness as regards Korean aftalra. The 'Yomiuri' would believe In the sincerity of this protes tation. Nevertheless, our cosiilempor ary thinks it well to rememhor that, while the Russian influence was pre dominant in Korea, the American mis sionaries ? were - mostly Rus.so-nlilles, who made no secret of Instigating the natives against Japan. After, the es tablishment of the Japanese protector ate the first man to forge and publish In American papers the Korean Em peror's so called autograph letter was an American missionary. It was also an American missionary who Rot ...
IRVINEBANK NOTES. IRVINKBANK, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
'mmm:^m P'NQi Herald's' Correspondent.) mVINEBANK, July 18. ? We have had another death through a. row .between .bibulous persons, Lest week vi wo meil^ named Bam Flowers and 'William fiundy had a difference a&a Flowers', after a heavy tall, was tattfcn Into the hotel In an uncon bcWub condition. He remained bo for riifme 'time; the doctor not seeing him onfcfl'' 2*' hours' afterwards, when he wiii In a ?similar' condition. He was thereupon removed to' the hospital, oji&ratea div and showed signs of vast 'improvement, ? but the Bame ritgtlt developed bad symptoms an* died'. A 'post mortem examination; -revealed that the right side of his brain was covered with a clot or blood the sizo of a man's hand. The assailant, William Bundy, was ar rested and brought before Messrs. J. H. Brownlee and Jas. Tunnie, JJ.P.. on the 12th Inst. Mr Brutnm, solicitor, appeared for the accused and Senior Constable Freisch prosecuted. The evidence of arrest was taken and a remand for eigh...
HELIDON SPA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
HEL1DON SPA WATER. ' Warm Carbonic Acid Gas Is unpala table. Helidon Spa should bo Iced. ' Every cloud has a silver lining.' 'Is that your experience?' 'Yes. I'm a lawyer.'' Jones''IXXi Jam'B made ?from pure Tasmanlan trait are unequalled for quality and flavor.* 8AIU3&A will'niajce TflM faoe tweet *nd bawtoofaET' ' ' ' . ^.'^?W
BRITISH POLITICS EDUCATION PROPOSALS. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
BmilSH POJLITICS EDUCATION PROPOSALS. tB' Cable.) LONDON. JuW 22. The Archbishop of Canterbury ana several Bishops interviewed tlie Gov ernment asking the withdrawal of cer tain regulations dealing with training colleges and secondai-y schools on the ground that the new rules will destroy the present religious character of these establishments: Mr McKcnna, president of the Boara of Education, replied that he was de termined that students should not bo rejected on the ground of their religious belief. Sir Henry CampneU-nannerman. Prime Minister, said that because the Governments great nttempt at con ciliation failed last year was no reason why they should abandon Iheir prin ciples. ____^_^_— »
ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
ASSOCIATION MATCHES. The results of Saturday's matches arr as follows :— Cleveland beat Townsvillc by 43 games to 2o— Woolrych and Thomas beat Thorn :md Drnonn. 6—4, --— 1: Woolrych and Thomas heat Burne and Greenham, G— 5. C— 1; Connah o.nd Tandy boat Uurnc ami Greenham, 3— C, 0—1; Connah an-l Taiuly lost to Thorn and Denoon. 5— C. 5—0. Townsvilk. ]y- beat West End Methodist Bl by ;;7 games to 34— SuMktk and Wallace lio;it McLelland and Maguire, 6— 2, 4— G; Suthers and Wallace beat Rev. Plan^ and Harman, 6—2. 4— C; Cole and Mc Ilwatne beat Rev. Plane and Harman, fi— 3. 6—3; Cole and Mcllwalnc lost to McClelland and Maguire, 1—6, 4—0.
RACING IN ENGLAND THE DERBY. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
RACING IN ENGLAND THE DERBY. (' N.Q. Herald's ' Resident Represen tative.) LONDON, June 14. The Derby remains the great popular racing festival of the year. Ascot is dedicated to the fashionable classes, and other meetings appeal to special interests, but the Derby attracts all. The result was fairly popular. The race was run last week and resulted :— THE DERBY STAKES, Of 6500 sovs. by subscription of GO sovs. each, h ft, or 5 sovs. only if declared by the last Tuesday in March, 190C, for entire colts and fillies foaled in 1904; colts 9st. and fillies Sst. 91b.; the nominator of the winner to receive 500 sovs. out of the race; if not suffi cient surplus Is obtained from sub scriptions to give the second at least 400 sovs. and the third at least 200 sovs., the difference to be made up by the race fund. About one mllo and a half. (27S entries, forfeit de clared for 111.) Mr Richard Croker's ch c wrby, by Orme— Rhoda B. (J. Reiff) .....'. 1 Colonel E. W. Baird's b c Wool Winder, by Mar...
CROQUET [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
CROQUET The first round foi- tho ciud cham pionship was finished on Saturday afternoon. Som.- nf Hie ra:nes played during the week wero most Interesting and resulted in wry close finishes. notably when Mr Wilhon beat Mrs Harding by i,,u. .minis, Mr Cameron beat Mr Allen 1, ?? five points, and D; Robs beat Mrs Ws^oford by five points The second iinJ :hini rounds in this event have hem ilr.iwn as follows ?— Second Round : (Miss Harding plays Mrs ArniPtmn.-; Mrs Fairlcy. Miss B Fairley. Jllss u. Warding, Messrs Wil son, Royrp, ('?ami -ron. and Dr Gordon Ross each a Ly-: Third Round : Mr Cameron v. P: Jtoss, Miss B. Fairley v. Miss K. Haling, Mr Boyce v. Mrs Fairley, Mr Wilson v. winner 'of second round. Plnyors are urgently requested to finish these rounds on or before Sat urday wei-k.
WINTON NEWS. SHEARING, STOCK PASSINGS, ETC. WINTON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
WINTON NEWS. SHEARING, STOCK PASSINGS, ETC. (By Telegraph.) WINTON, July '22. The arbitration award in connection with the shearers and rouseabouts' case in Sydney created Intense sur prise in local pastoral circles. Not i-ven among the shearers themselves was such an increase anticipated, lr.n leading pastoralist considers the award, in view of the rates of was«s In other industries, manifestly and ridiculously unfair. Most sheds in this district, shearing last month or this month, stipulated in the agreement that they woud abide by the Arbitra tion Court's award, which means ii windfall for the shearers. The general opinion is that rouseabouts should have been granted an increase instead of shearers, the latter being the best paid workers in the Interior. Many shear ers are opposed to any increase in shearing rates, fearing the increased competition which high rates will at tract. Warrnambool and Cooinda have veen, finished since 12th June. Oondooroo finishes on Wednesday, and it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
Penfold's Wines From 1902 to 1907 have obtained TWELVE GOLD MEDALS and CHAMPION AWARDS and SIXTT-TWO FIRST PRIZES at ADELAIDE, MEL BOURNE and ST.DNET SHOWS. This total is far and away ahead of the Awards gained by any other Aub trallan firm during that period. Included in tho above are -THREE GOLD MEDALS and SIX FIRST PRIZES at the SYDNEY 1907 SHOW (awards made by the Judge on the wines on their merits), thus proving that PENFOLD'S are THE PBESBNT BEST. HAVE YOU RECEIVED HULBERT'S latest Cash Price List? IIP 3STOT SEND FOR ONE AT ONCE. THE VERY LATEST. ^^flfe Sugar, C.S.B. 1 A., per bag ? J^^^^^^^^^^^M Kerosene, White Rose, per tin . .^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Syrup, C.S.R., per 21b. tin . . ^^^^^^^^^^^^k Flour, Gillespie, per sack ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H do., do., „ 501b. l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H do., do., „ 251^^^^^^^^^^^^^H HULBERT'S Wj^^^^^^^^^^^M Orders receij^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H f KB1, KODAKS f | HE* PHOTO k w /n supplies m \ I I \ ? Cameras from 5/- Y» T IlhutnMdC&Udogvitpoite&iae. '...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
The Austral seasons come and go In summer's heat and winter's snow; And spring unfolds ber fresh green; shoots'. And autumn brings her gift of fruits. Each change is fraught with human ills. With coughs and colds and sudden chills; But life is gate, and health is euiy By taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.* . , Dechard's tailor (forcing bis way, Into the house) : ' Sir, I want my; money.' Dechard: 'Tou relieve me; I thought it was mine you were after.' ' He asked me how old I was.' ? ' The idea! What did you tell him?' 'I told him I was twenty.' . 'Ton were, too, weren't you, dear— a lone time ago?'
PROPOSED COMMONWEALTH OFFICES. THE STRAND SITE. MELBOURNE, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
PROPOSED COMMONWEALTH OFFICES. THE STRAND SITE. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July C2. As already stated Sir W. J. Lynr's scheme to acquire a site in the Sirred. London, for Commonwealth p-Z\ce!- is not generally approved t *oy his col leaeniep. (,_ ?? - ? Referring to/Jne matter to-day, Sir John Forri'f.t'naid the question of the best miSn» of keeping Australia beforo the pvopie of London has not yet been finally dealt with by the Common wealth Government, owing to the 111- . ness of the Premier. He did not think the question of the site should be de cided until it was settled what tho duties of the High Commissioner are to be.
HELIDON SPA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907
HELIDON SPA. WATER. HELIDON SPA WATER should i-« taken with food as a Table Water. 'I admit he's lazy, but he's got the making of a good mm in him.' 'Yes; all he needs is to have somebody kick it out of him.' Ask for Jones' IXL Jama. Stocked by all leading groaers.* ALL LADIES should UPe SaRAMA They will find It a great aid to beauty, Man want* but little here below