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SHEEP. Jude—Mr T. Penny. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

SHERP. Judeo— Mr T. Penny. Pen of 5 Merino Wethers. Prize, £3 3s.— J. Kelry, 1. Two competitors. Pen of 5 \Votliern, any brewl, suit able for o.vporl as freezers. Prize £1 Is.— p. Johnson, 1. Two competitors. Pon of 5 Fat Lambs, any breed. Prlzo, £1 Is.— J. a. Clilsholin, T. Twi. compotltbrs.

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GOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

(JOATS. Pen of r- tirade Angora Goals.— J. 1;. Clusliulm, 1.

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CHARTERS TOWERS AFTERNOON CALL. CHARTERS TOWERS, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

^^^PKtARTERS. TOWERS, ^^?I^SwnaB^WERB, July 2. ?. ?Hip Day Da\m School Reserve, b 9d s 103 Deop Levels, paid-up, b lu Gd s 2s Id Day Dawn P.C., B Is 2d - Durham Consols, b 4b Id ' Day Dawn Gold JUnOH, s Is Cd liast Mexican, b Is 10a s Is lid Golden Alexandra, 'b 3s s Ss 4d Golden Alexandra, 'vaid-up, s Is 24 Grant and Sunset Extended, paid-up. b Cd ' ? ? Kelly's Queen Block, b 3s Sd k 3s Rd 2s Sd Kulamadau, b Is 4d b Is iW Kulaniadau, pald-up,vb 2s 2d s 2.; '' 1--1 Marshall's Queen, b lOd s Is Mills' United, b 15s 10il a 10s 3d New Brilliant Freehold, s 2s fid New Quivu, b Is 2d s 1» 3d Pfelfler's Day Dawn, b 5s s ris 4d Pfellfer's Day Dawn, paid-up, 'b (is Queen Cross Reef, s «s Id Queen Central, paid-up, b 2s 10 1 s .1.5 id Qulnr.'s Block, s Sd ? } Ruby, b 2s s 2s 4d Ruby, paid-up, b 2s fd Talisman, b 8d s lOd Wallis' Day Dawn, l- ill s id Mount Molloy, I) 20s id s 21s O.K.. b 3s Sd s !is !M Dalziell's. b 5s Cd s 3s Sd Gilmore, b 7s Mitchell River, s 7s Vulcan Hope, s Is SALES. Bo...

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CHILLAGOE COLE GENERAL MEETING. WELLINGTON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

CHILLACOE Co.':-. HKN^RAL MI'T\T!\r;. (Tly 'iYi-Tr.T-'i.'i MK!,R'irp.XK. July 2. T1-. third onliiitiry Rcnoral meeting of i lie Chlllficor- iSmpmy v.ns hell t -- day. Mr Reid, chairman of fliredt --r\ ? re.'Mi-d, anil In movimr the ndonti.-vi if i he report ami b.ilanre-sliret. saiil. 'Th' increasing n:.i.(?ii'lUfle of the coin ian; '.i operations in il: evidence in t;,p Igiiit-s of the working account, thn r ?- ult belnff the rospcelahlo halnneo nf I M.449 carried down lo profit anil ;ns;. TLhe lmprovomPTit for (he year, as rnm lurcd with Inst vc.ii'f end, is fiTiOW. Tt has been deem^il advisable lo -l-'fer final decision with rownl lo :my future ociulnment nC the RuildiRoro mine pending Hie FtavtliiR of (In- new Huntlncton and Hebeleln nlant. .as 1t Is possible Hint .I'Llitlrnal qunntlti^, of Siliceous ore, sueh as the RurtdlRnre produces, mar be required for our eop per furnaces in order to on.ilile up t« work up increased nunntities of the low-grade matte1? expected tn 1-e de ri...

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A WELL-SHAPED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

A WELL-SHAPED HAND. Nothing Is more admired than a well shaped hand, which Is easily obtain able with a Good Flttine Glove. A shipment of Ladies' Kid. Suede, and Fabric Gloves has just been opened for the Coming Carnival Week at Len non's. Special Reductions have been made for Lucky Losers of Gloves at the Races— 2s Gd Gloves, six pairs for 13s 9d ; 2s lid ditto. 6 pairs 16s ; 3s 6d ditto, 6 pairs 19s 6d ; 3s lid ditto, 6 pairs 22s ; 4s lid ditto, Cs pairs 273 Cd; so glove wagers are made easy at Lcnnon's.— (Advt.) He: 'Does not the motion of the ship make you Kick?' She: 'No, but the conversation I hear on board does/' For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Peppermint Cure. Js (id.*

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SPORTING. TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

^pormNO TURF KOTES Entii.s for Uio. (hief --ventK lo he run at the Cooklown Turf Club annual ino.lin^. to be hold on July 30-31, o1m:-o with Mr L. A. Coi des: lion, ten- t iry. or !ho setrelaiy of tho Townsvillf Turf Club, at 7.H0 p.m. on Saturday next. S'l fai- none of (lie horses liavc broken down th.it are training at Cllidcn, although Haul Togo, Haven, and Dearest are a bit sore. The fields are. therefore, not likely to be much reduced to-day. Tho train arrange ments for to-morrow are advertised In tu-day's issue, ami will be found vo;-y oonveniont. G'arfion Is- a much improved horse lo wh;U. he was at Hughcnden. ll:t- ?Towers engagomoi.ts seem to have done him good. fon Saturday afternoon the Tmriw vlllo 'Sporting Club will cater for Uie public at tho Shew Grounds wllh :?- five-event programme. The entries are 'satisfactory, ami the adjustments ap pear to be reasonable. The mooting v.111 prove an acceptable wind-up to .the Carnival week. .' Itie probable starters and riders In ...

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TO-DAY'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

TO-DAY'S MAILS. Townsville to Charters Towers ami ntermedlnto plnreK : C a.m.. imnn. TownsvlHr tn R.ivi-nsw-iiul ami places betwoon ftaveiisnviiod Junction ;iml Ila vonswoou : G n.m. and noun. For Cairns. Purl Douglas ami Cnnk :own, al.^o pl.-uvs overland fnun Cairns a Nnrinanton: All mails at noon. (Pit s.s. Aramac.)

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LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

I AWN TENNIS The time table for to-day is as fol lows, ami the committee will lie glad If the players mentioned will In; inady to nlav at tho appointed times :— Gentlemen's .Single Handiiap.— ? Townsvillo No. 2 court, 1.45 : Harinan v. Brown to finish. Cleveland No. 1 court, 1.45 : Greonham v. Douglas, to finish. St. Pciler's court, 2 o'clock : Conke-Russoll v. Hoskyns. Cleveland No. 1 court, 2 o'clock : Rowland v. Font. Towns«!ll.i No. 2 court, 3 o'clock : Pullerlon v. Graham. Gentlemen's II. Grade Single Ilnndl cap.— Two o'clock : Townsvillo No. 1 court, Suthcrs v. Lewlnglon: Cleveland No. 2 court. Cole v. McL'-llnnd. Four o'clock: Townsvillo No. 2 court. Font v. riane; Clavolar.d No. 1 oc-url, Har man v. Grant. Five o'clock : Towns vllle No. 2 court, Melhvaiiio v. Fuller ton; Cleveland No. 1 court. Brown V. Hides. Gentlemen's Double Handicap.— Three o'clock : Cleveland No. 2 court. Magulre and Slithers v. Hopkins nnfl Douglas. Four o'clock : Cleveland No. 2 court, Connah and St. ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

, M:TEi)*«miiGfL The following were the ofllelal mete irologlcal readings recorded at tho ocal Telegraph Office for the 24 hours aided 9 a.m. yesterday : — Barometer corrected), ,ii).'5ii; dry bulb, Cfi: wet -ulb, 03. The maximum lompei-.uure vas 7S, and llir- mini:num r.i.

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BARQUE SMASHED UP. WELLINGTON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

BARQUE SMASHED VP (By Telerra; h.i WELLINGTON, July 2. The French barque Marguerite Mira band, which was wrockw on Hie ena-a 3t Otago a few months ago, has oeen completely smaslieJ up.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

^pppws. ARRIVAI&. ifPfujy 3,— Aramac, e, 'Captain W. C IfibomsoR, from Melbourne via ports. S'asaengera :— Mrs Co (fill; Misses ? Gll iShbre.Vf Brady, D. M. Roberts, May gfgough, M. Whltehouse; Major-General KaSbiad, Rev. Banncn, Dr Butler- Wood ; §*5tessre J. Cofflll, R: M. Watson,* C lySftilth, Griffiths, H. Lake. A. C. Chun, )$$. Rewell, G. D. McKay, Dahl, S. Han 'jsock, Mills, W. B. O'Keefc, T. J. Lcon .- ard. J. HDlman, S. Smith, C. H. Horser, - S. T. Wiley, J. P. Slattery, H. Parx Sinl th; Master Butler-Wood; and 11 in the steerage. Through passengers for ?jiorth : — Mesdames Heid and two chil ?Tdren, Butler-Wood, McLeod, Trauby, ? Hourigan, M. Auslon; Misses But|er Wood, Button. McLeod (2), Cripwell, Wilkinson; Messrs J. Ellison, Reid. Mc Dougall, K. Scaion, Straus, G. G. Pock, Kulz, McLood, Vickers, Nowlan, L. Green, W. Wlillby, C. Easlon, R. D. Daffleld, Hourigan. M. Beak, W. J. Mc Cartney. H. Arnold, K. E. Clifford. H. M. Milton; and 33 in the steerage. Burns, Plii...

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THE MAIL CONTRACT MORE COMPLICATED THAN EVER. MELBOURNE, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

THETtfftlL CONTRACT . MORE CQMPI.ICA.TItD THAN (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 2. The posftlohwlth regard to the- mall cqntract 4s. more complicated than cvjcr, and It is Impossible lo lonrn liow the quoHtlon actually stands. Fro u ? what Mr. ueaKin snip tins- evening some, doubt .appears to exist in his .mind also. 'Mr. Croker.' he said, 'called on rte to-day and told me thai he had received a cable from England that the syndicate had succeeded in ralsihg £l,S0Jp,O(l0 In London, liTCspeo tlve . of the guarantee of Iho Stale Government, and Hilt it whs 'prfliraroij . Inin^pdlately to enter inlo- a ')iond. It .was also, Mr. Croker t^l'd me, suggested li) the cable {|iat a conference should tako place in London, between Captntn Collins- and. the syndicate, and. if ?neeostmry, tho parties furnishing the money, to con sider matters. This Is all I know.' 'Have you any news from Caplaln Collins about the bond having boon furnished' Mr. Deakin was asked? 'I have not had any cable from Capt...

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PIGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

Piriiiuxs. Pouter any color.— A. Ross, 1. One competitor. Faritall, any color.— H. M. Lister, 1; H. M. Lister, 2; C. A. Short, highly commended. Seven cnmncUtora. Jacobin, any color.— E. F. Lubv, 1. Three competitors. Homer, any cotfir, woiktng.— A. Ross, 1: T. Davies, 2. Thre«; competitors. Homer, any color, fc!iow. — A. Ross, I. One competitor. Tumbler, any color, short or long faced.— A. Ross, 3. One competitor. Tumbler,' Saddle Bark, or Birming ham Rollers.— Mrs J. C. Clements, 1; Mrs J. C, Clements, 2. Four competi tors. ' ' '?? Oragiin, any color. — A. Ross, 1. One competitor. Any other variety, not mentioned.— E. F. LBby.'l; Mrs J. C. Clements, 2; Mrs J. C VS&iiteiltfi, highly commended. Ei?ht competitors. Champion, PlBepn.-rE. P. Luby.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

f' PRICE I.0WER1NGS AT The stream of good merchandise continues to flow out of the Store in a broad deep tide, if you come you can't help being swept along in the current in the direction of economy aud satisfaction. By these Great Price Lowerings we have wiped out most of profits, but- this is a GRE/VT CLEAN SWEEP of Goods owing to the business having changed hands, and -Mr. Rush will conduct it on the same popular lines as hitherto, for Every Department plays a part in tibe radi cal price cutting. Every Department tells an eloquent tale of buying enthusiasm. Every Department tells a tale of triumph ant victory in selling never before ex perienced. The Prices are so low that we cannot buy wholesale such another stock at the same prices as we offer the Goods at -oday ! CARROLLS, The Store of Little Prices. PARIS IN TOWNSVI'i F. A W6NDBRPDE DISPLAY OF THE fc&TEST FASHION sAND WXuH: *?* AUb . ', DEPARTMENTS itf HILIJIAN 1JIOS. '#v.\; ? ttji «Unply Magnificent. It la good fo^od...

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TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME. The ring event programme for to day will be found. .weJL up £o the^usual sfandard of attractiveness. Judging' will commence at 10 ,n.m. A parade of winners touows at j.30. At up clock the hunters' prize comes on followed by the final for the trot at 2.36, and light liunt ers' plate. The high jump Is tlmej for 3,'4.r-; pony high .jump at 1.1S. All comers' high, jump Immediately after wards, then iho water jump ami hunt ers' consolation. .There is every likoli hjiod of some exceptionally good jump Ing, and it Is expected a record will iVc established^ for. the- ground.

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CANARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

'-', CANARIES. The- exhibits in this class were re stricted entirely to local competition. Last year_ brought forth competing birds from Charters Towers, but thU year, this was not the case. The princi pal exhibitor was Mrs J. Bradshaw, who/carriod off the leading prizes, In cluding that for the champion canary. the prize being a certificate. On the wjioleoth'e birds exhibited were a good illft, $3a£i& |ji % lilty they were not pitt imfc bf) tlielr mettle by keener com - petition. In some of. the classes Mrs J3raf4fe%», s^f ?ieT? m^1 wlth no ^nf&U&fh, on4, Were las a matter of ;'cqurmay»ded OfeTirItf.es. At an agii ;'cuHuflgESnbw; OUlslae 'the metropolis .one haMljt: expects to find the canary ?geqtlon a51arge one, the keeping and WSRiJInir of canaries being ratlier n SuflSBiy than Jan Industry, and one which Jr.%6tejrj}ly Indulged 1n for pleisurn aft4/npit ibroflt. In consequence of the W£&er7Sm411 number of exhibits, thcrn wiKVrotta&ei' Mr E...

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ARBITRATION CASE. SHEARERS WAGES ETC. SYDNEY, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

ARBITRATION CASE. SHEARERS' WAGES ETC. '.By Telegraph.) - Sk'DNEY. Julv 2. Thc shearing dispute In the Federal Arbitration Court U approaching a close. The evdonce on behalf of the pasloralists was continued to-day. Adolphus S. McLoll, manager of Bangheet station, Gwydlf district, stated that the difference between thc amount of wool taken off ehee.n by ? hand shearing' and machine shearlne would be 11 to 12oz. In favor oS~lhe machine, and the machine would shear *- 20 more per day. As compared with 1891, there was an improvement of about 21b. in the 1906 wodl. Warden Harry Grave.s (W. H. Gra-c* arid Sons) said an average of 40,050 sheep ner week passed through the yards at Homebunh, and about S per cent would cover the. number of wrinkled-bodied sheep. Wrinkled sheep were much discounted by the trade for esnort- ? . Nicholas Cole, managing partner of West Clover Hills station, near Cam perdown, western district of Victoria, and Hugh Edward F.ulUvant,- who is In charge of a station ...

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WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, July 2. MiciiaiM Tobin, member of the sur veying party who were- looking out for a stock route from Murchison to East Klinberley. was speared by natives and died the day after. Jusgllng with words is one of the modern accomplishments, but Juptrle how we may nothing expresses public opinion emphatically and at the same time accurately as thc word ' perfec tion ' when applied to Porter's Bulldog Ale and Stout.— (Advt)

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

VICTORIA. . MELBOURNE. July 2. The Government has decided lo In crease to £1000 the reward offered for Information that will lead to the con viction of the murderer of Mr Bauo.\ diamond merchant. A sensational robbery was committed at Tarrawonga engine-sheds this morning. The building was in charge of William Cherry. About 2.30 a.m. Cherry was about to open a dnor when a man armed with a stick forced his way into the sheds and said, ' Here, up with your watch and chain, or I will bash your brains out.' Cherry promptly handed over his watch and chain. A bicycle which the cleaner had purchased was in the building, and the robber calmly mounted it and rode away. *

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 3 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALES. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 2. The latit session of thc present Par liament was opened to-day. The Go vernor's speech intimated that the only measures members would be asked to consider, would be a Bill to vaiiuaie certain municipal loans : one to re move doubts as to the operations of the Gaming and Bc-tting Act ; and one to authorise the necessary Improve ments to the port -of Newcastle.

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