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DISASTROUS FIRE. CLARENCE-STREET, SYDNEY. SYDNEY, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
DISASTROUS FIRE. CLARENCE-STREET. SYDNEfT. , (By Telegraph.) . SYDNEY. July L * A disastrous fire occurred In. Clar ence-street to-night, completely de stroying the first, second and third floors of the premises occuDled bv R. Gordon and Sons, shirt manufacturers. Before the (Ire brigades got to work the flames were shooting out of tho windows of the first and second storeys, and fire was also raging- in the third storey. The first floor was used as a cutting room, and second and third floors as workshops. Tha plant comprised over 100 sewlnff ma chines and other appliances, valued at £1000. A valuable assortment of cloth was stored or in process of »ianu-_^ facture. The damage Is estimated at~ £7000, and about 130 workers will be temporarily out of employment, J4^,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
PARIS IN Tffl»m ' FOR* *HE %'tSpmBII^BKKmku 1 A. WONDERFUL DISFJUAY OF THB LATEST FASHION AND STYLOS IJ* AU1 t DHPABiTMBNTS AT HtLLMAMJBBQfl^ ' » *~ '* V *i** -- ? It U Umplr Hagnlflcent. it a gwHSpfc-obA'* -**&*. A I* ? : Otood: tot tha eoouoonlcjl ptKirt, 4fcto. »' -4 Thaw ARTISTIC BTVLfi OF OTTHnq, the BXCECUONT fTT tktr StalfeJU ' the BUST OF WORKMANSHIP jnit In cannot be SnipMed, , THEY WILL FIT ON TOD BEFORE THE MATERIAL IB UADB DF-TRH J ENSURES A PERFECT FIT. I 9 Buroly if outsiders can please you, HH^jian BROS, itaoald Uar« ao tn»b)» la S doing*. i J Give them a. call. The atop is easy to faa. Whe» onee found tb« «pl«odlid M. *' ' '' Bortmoat of Goods attracts jkhl The Moderate Charge* allure you. \ ' \ i The Fit and General Apeanuwe fascinate you. --?? 'i TAILORS ANfl OUTFITigp8,Ji'f ,^'.V Cough , Insurance. A GOOD BUSI NESS MAN Insures his Stock against Fire. The prudent head of a family nas bis life insured. The thoughtful Traveller carries Accident Insurance. nfi...
GRIEVANCE AGAINST LANDS DEPARTMENT. ST. GEORGE, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
GRIEVANCE AGAINST LANDS DEPARTMENT. &nbsp; (By Telegraph) &nbsp; &nbsp; ST. GEORGE, July 1. There is a demand for North Bur- gorah country. A selector named &nbsp; Cochrane selected 17,000 acres on the Moonie six months since. He arrived there about a month ago with 2000 ewes, and as the license to occupy had not been issued owing to the country not being surveyed, the lessees of the country are charging him £3 per 1000 sheep per month. The selector is naturally disgusted, and the question is asked—Why cannot the Lands De- partment issue a license to occupy as soon as the application for land is con- firmed? &nbsp; &nbsp;
TRAGEDY AT RICHMOND. AN AFGHAN MANIAC RUNS AMOK. SIX PEOPLE SHOT, ONE FATALITY. RICHMOND, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
TRAGEDY AT RICHMOND. AN AFGHAN MANIAC RUNS AMOK. SIX PEOPLE SHOT, ONE FATALLY. (By Telegraph.) RICHMOND, July 1. A horrible tragedy was enacted here on Saturday night last, an Afghan named Ghunta Prod Guce firing a num- ber of shots while in that condition of mind disorder usually known as 'running amok.' and wounding sev- eral people, one of whom succumbed in a very short time after being shot. The startling circumstance happened about dusk, when THE REPORT OF A GUN alarmed the townspeople. The sound came from the north-eastern part of the town, and it soon transpired that a carrier named Duncan McMillan, who had arrived with his waggon on Fri- day and was busily engaged in cooking his evening meal, had been unexpec- tedly shot from behind. The wounded man was seen to run through a black- smith's shop, near to which he was camping, and, reaching the main road &nbsp; run a distance of some 50 yards, when he fell. The townspeople were natu- rally in doubt as to what had reall...
ENTERTAINMENTS. WIRTH BROS CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
ENTEBTAIJNMIENTS WIRTHBR^S.1 CIRCUS. Messrs. Wlrth Bfros.1 'Greatest Show on Earth,' was a&ilu largely ultendud last night on the/ occasion of the sec ond jiurfoniianctf, and there was a very successful jmatlnoe in me aner noon. The prestfhl show Is on§ of. ncriai, arenlc, and cduestrian marvels, noi forgetting the^r wonderful menagu embraclne a wealth of instruction in natural lilstoyy tliat enttUesxtilo nftu to lie- ri«;ii'lp as among the world's greatoet srlilool-iniisters in this re spect. Wirlh Bros., for twenty-seven years have lield a. high place in pop ular favor 'in Australia, gained \-y their -consistent enterprise In placing before patrons the beat of talent the world's great entertainment centres* can provide. On the present occasion they have eclipsed all previous efforts in this reslit'Ct, and their show is with out doub[i the biggest, best, ana grandest circus that has ever toured the States. The opening item last night following an overture by Wlrth's Champio...
GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
GOSSIP. [All announcements of engagements or marriages forwarded for insertion in this column must be properly authen- ticated.] Mrs Hillcoate andfamily (Boomarra &nbsp; station)) returned from their southern holiday by the Bingera on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Surgeon, Mr and Mrs Winterbottom, Mrs Mowbray and &nbsp; &nbsp; family, and Miss Browne arrive from Charters Towers to-day for carnival week. Miss Longman arrived from England last week, and is staying with her sis- ter, Mrs P. F. Rowland, Grammar School. Mr Monte Chubb, arrived from Syd- ney by the Bingera and is staying with his parents, Jasper and Mrs &nbsp; &nbsp; Chubb, Koyania, Melton Hill. &nbsp; Mrs Sexton (sister of Mr Ray, In- &nbsp; kerman Station arrived from the South &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ??:- ::'.' !??? ::?- .i.p.-.h. ' l,y :,.,- tw. ???? ???:!???? -y. :::.?' is M .yl...
MUSIC IN TOWNSVILLE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
MUSIC IN TOWNSVILLE. (To the Editor.) Sir, Townsville people have had an &nbsp; opportunity during the past week of listening to band music as it should be played. And what a revelation to us all ! This is not intended as a eulogy on the performances of the Besses o' the Barn Band: nothing of the kind is needed, but with your kind permission I wish to draw the attention of the citizens of Townsville to the need of more liberal support to our local bands. We have plenty of material &nbsp; for the making of at least two bands equal to any resident in Queensland. Men have for years past given their &nbsp; time, energy, and what talent they may possess to help to make music a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; success :and that by a ?? more &nbsp; &nbsp; lively than it would l i.:i-r---. : have been :but they have always been han- &nbsp; &nbsp; dicapped for want of funds:for th...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
PERSONAL. Amongst the visitors who arrived in Townsville by the western mail train on Monday were noticed Messrs C. M. Clarke (Maryvale), C. Leake (Kil- &nbsp; larney), A. Sheppard (Milroy), A. W. D. White (Bluff Downs), B. Allingham and S. Markham (Hillgrove), P. G. White (Sylvania), J. T. Savage (Wood- bine), R. Gray (Hughenden), R. Chris- tison (Lammermoor), H. M. McCarthy (Goorganga), and T. Bailie (Bran- don). Mr C. Evans, General Traffic Mana- ger of the Northern Railways, accom- anted by Mr C. Pemberton, District Locomotive Superintendent, returned to Townsville on Monday night by the mail train from a visit of inspection out west A Brisbane telegram under Monday's date states— Dr Wilbur Fisk Crafts, accompanied by Mrs Crafts, arrived &nbsp; from Japan this morning. Dr Crafts is the founder and superintendent of the International Reform Bureau, whose headquarters are at Washing- ton. He is to be tendered a welcome by the Mayor this morning. Mr A. C. Saxton, vi...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1907. SPANISH INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
PUBLISHED DAILY. &nbsp; TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1907. SPANISH INVASION. If it were true, which it is not, that as many as 1000 Spaniards are being imported to work on North Queensland sugar plantations the circumstance would not be worth the notice taken of the report that that is the case either from the labor supply or the racial point of view. That the sugar indus- try's demand for labor this harvest must exceed the supply is certain. The question at issue is the probable amount of that deficiency. Seeing that the cost of importing each laborer from Europe is heavy and that the rate of wages paid them must be the local standard rate the assumption that an excessive supply will be imported also assumes an objectless waste of money by the importers. No part of the passage-money of European immi- grants is paid by the Government, and it will certainly amount to twice the sum which cane-farmers have to de- posit with an application for an agri- cultural laborer to be imported from &...
TOWNSVILLE CARNIVAL. TO-DAY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
T0WNSVIUE CARNIVAL. TO-DATfS SHOW. During the past few days, and yes terday in particular,' towr.svllli' has presented nil the unmistakable signs nf nnnroaeliiilK : festivities, and tills week many of our northerners will be able to :mt aside the sterner duties of life and view their surround Ings in a lighter vein. The Show Grounds to-day should, under the present favorable weather conditions, present an exceedingly pleasing scone. Visitors have been coming in freely from the surround ing districts for some days past, and last night's train from the west brought another contingent of between 200 and 300. The grand parade of all exhibits at 1.30 p.m. will doubtless be an Imposing one, while the ring events promise to be keenly contested. Judging will commence at ten o'clock arid it is hardly necessary to say the judges will not have much spare time in the performance of their duties. Stewards will give competitors all the assistance possible and the arrange ment for tho successful c...
KANGAROO HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
KANGAROO HILLS. The following Kangaroo Hills items are from the ''Norhern Planter': — It is reported that a strong Herberton syndicate has been formed for the pur- pose of testing the Burdekin River, by boring, to ascertain its suitability for dredging purposes, and that a start will be made with this work forthwith. Mr F. Fraser reports having shipped by the Kuranda on Friday last 35 bags of tin ore weighing 1 ton 13cwt. 1gr. 23lb. on account of Fraser's Cash Store, and 10 bags of tin welching 10cwt. 0qr. 8lb. on account of the Commercial &nbsp; Bank. In connection with the petition to the Minister for Mines from Kangarroo Hills regarding dredging areas, we un- derstand that the Inspector of Mines, Charters Towers, will visit the field and report thereon at an early date. Mr W. F. Conroy has disposed of his half-share in the Eureka claim, Ewan, to Mr George Walker.
MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. DEATH OF GEORGE SHERWOOD. EVIDENCE AT INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. DEATH OF GEORGE SHERWOOD. &nbsp; EVIDENCE AT INQUIRY. On Monday afternoon an inquiry was held at the Townsville Police Court, before Mr Maurice Rheubon, &nbsp; J.P., concerning the death of George Sherwood, who committed suicide at the Palace Hotel on June 10th. &nbsp; Constable Gormley deposed that he was instructed to take charge of the body after death. When the Govern- &nbsp; ment Medical Officer examined the body he found a large wound at the rear butt of the right ear, and another at the rear of the left ear. The doc- tor was of the opinion that the wounds could have been caused by the dis- charge of a rifle. Witness examined the clothes of the deceased and found among other things one cartridge in the left-hand trouser pocket. Inspec- tor Gabraith, who examined the rifle, found one empty cartridge case and five full ones. On searching the room a flattened rifle bullet was found on the floor at the head of the bed. Edward Sh...
PROPOSED TROPICAL DISEASES INSTITUTE. NORTHERN PRACTITIONER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907
PROPOSED TROPICAL DIS- EASES INSTITUTE. NORTHERN PRACTITIONER'S &nbsp; VIEWS. During his recent absence, Mr Prit- chard took the opportunity of inter- viewing several medical men and as- certaining their views about the Tropi- cal Institute. One practitioner, Who has devoted a very considerable amount of time to the investigation of the various typical northern "fevers" and other complaints, expressed him- self strongly in favor of the scheme. He said, "Dr Hann has long advocated some such institution, and I think Bishop Frodsham is to be congratu- lated on the success that seems in sight. With the expressed strong ap- proval of the Federal and State authorities, and the support of the three universities, the scheme is bound to start under most favorable auspices. Professor Anderson Stuart, in his Royal Society address last May, spoke of his "constant shadow"—the builder—follow- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing him closely at the University, Board of Health, etc. He will sh...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907
, NEW SOUTH WA1JSS.. SYDNEY.-July 2. A case of attempted murder and sui cide occurred at Hillston last night. An old resident, Robert Whatley, went to the residence of a married woman nameq Amelia, iiusscy. ae ih etuu cu have demanded an entrance on urgent business. Mrs Hussey got out of bed and openod the door, when Whatloy fired,, the bullet entering the woman's .Mreast. Whatley then blew his brains out with the revolver. Mrs Hussey Is in the hospital in a precarious state. The police at Narrandera were ad vised to-day that George Bennett, a charcoal-burner, was dying from wounds. Dr Broad, on being called in, pronounced life to be extinct. The police subsequently arrested WUliam Cole on a charge of wilful murder. Thc two men were seen having an alterca tion 4n the main street, but they after wards drove away. Since the beginning of the year whooping-cough has resulted In 154 deaths In the city and suburbs. Martini, proprietor of Martini's buck jumping show, died at Armidalc this ...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. July 2. The ?convention of Uic Western Fed- ? eration of Miners, by 288 votes to 66, re solved to pledge all .members to social ism. It is intended to assemble at a convention in Chicago in oraer iu «? - ganlsc a political party to participate In the nominations for the next na tional presidential election. Lord Selborne has promulgated Orangla's Constitution. There was a brilliant ceremony. C. Jerrard, of the Brisbane Grammar School, has been awarded the second ary schools' prize in Lord Meath's Um pire Day competition. The Duke- of Devonshire is progress Ing slowly and his strength is well maintained. Sir F. W. Borden, leader of the Op position, In a message to Canadians on the 40th anniversary of the Confedera tion, remarks that while the question of closer trade relations with 'the motherland was of much higher im portance to Great Britain than to Ca nada, yet it was of infinitely greater moment to the Empire's future than some British statesmen seemed to...
THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907
Til IK ].-.\Y. Amusements — Townsvllle Sliow, Show Grounds, 10 a.m. Wlitli firos.' Circus, Railway Ro si rve. :'? p.m. Resses o' tli' Hani Itmul, a;-.! Tnwns ville Liedcrlafel, Show firounds. R u.m. Children's Ball, Schor.i or Art«. s p.m. .. Mutorama, opposite Post ofllec, 10 Auctions— Wakeford Bros.. at ihe Show Grounds, at 11 a.m.; IVllprive Stock. W. \. Ackern, .it tl^r Show Ground.-., at 2 p.m.: Turk-ys.