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A RUMOR DENIED. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
A RUMOR DENIED. LONDON, July 3. President Roosevelt denies his Inten tion to transfer battleships to the Pa cific Mr Smailey, the 'Times' cor respondent In New York, suggests the denial is a result of -Huagreo.mcin. u^ tween the naval authorities respecting the wisdom of such a movement. I A previous cable stated :— The 'New York Herald' and 'San Francisco Call ' are agitating to send the most powerful warships of the Uniled Slates to the Pacific, where, In their opinion, they are most likely to be needed.]
RESOLUTION OF THANKS. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
RESOLUTION OF THANKS. LONDON, JUiy a. The Cape Assembly unanimously adored Mr Merrlman's resolution funking the Imperial Sovernment for grantlnf responsible govenment to the Tmnsvaal and Orangla, and expressing ihThope that the federation of South Africa would soon follow. Dr Jameson ftie Premier) .bantered Mr ^rrlma' for coming to the rescue of the Impe rial Government, and declared that all South Africa wanted responsible gov ernment oily some thought It : ought to have come earlier and some later. Mr Theodore Schreiner refused to vote, declaring that the Imperial Govern ment had betrayed the native Interests iTy grafting unconditional responsible government.
THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
THIS DAT. Meetings— North Queensland Stockowners' As sociation, at Mr Ackers's office, 10 a.m. H.A.C.B. Society, St. Joseph's branch, S p.m. Star of North Queensland, U.A.O.D., 8 p.m. Amusements — Townsviile Turf Club, Cluden, noon. Kate*taowarde Dramatic Co., Theatre Royal, 8 p.m. Mulorama, opposite Post Office, 10 a.m. t /
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
Mundlngburra School Cadets aro notified by .advertisement tn this Issue that uniforms will be distributed at t-ne school to-morrow (Friday) afternoon. Attention Is called to a request from the Superintendent of the Townsvllle Ambulance Brigade which appears In the advertising columns in this issue. Messrs. Dalgety and Company, Limi ted, have- 101 rams coming by the- Peregrine on Friday, from Bungaree Station, South Australia, on account of Mr. T. J. . Nelson, of Minamare.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
I want to sell all I've got, ana go home empty-handed— and I've got the following :— 2 big Marquee Tents, 25 x 15. sound and good; Sheep, Goats, Milch Heifer within a day or two of calving; the bay cob Jock that we've been riding and driving to and fro the Sliuw; the grey cob Magistrate, good ti/saddle and harness; Fern's pony, 13 hands, and good rtdc or drive; the hacks Rainbow, Starlight, Sir Ferdi nand, the figure 8 mare Lock'et. We want to sell at the Show Grounds at ten o'clock sharp, so be there if you want any line we've got. Chlsholm.— (A-ivt.- We have to call attention to the great attractions at Carroll's 'Changed Hands' Sale ! ! The attractions arc barspiins that will send a thrill of satisfaction Into every home where money saving pgsslbllltles mean extra comfort and pleasure. They are of fering a stock of seasonable goods at prices that are almost unbelievable until you see them. This Is a time wiien our recollection of the word 'Cost' gets hazy, and when we have forgot...
LABOR FOR QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
LABOR FOR QUEENSLAND. [By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 3. The Premier (Hon. W. Kidston) has received Information from the Queen land Agent-General in London (Sir Horace Tozer) that all indents for warded for labor for the cancflelds on the agreements adopted after the Townsvllle conference had been en tirely cleared. Tills means that about 600 men have been scoured. About 300 men have sailed by tlie Omrah and Miltlades and the remainder arc com ing by the Ortona and Ormuz. It was in connection with that that the Agent-General wired, and he described those sent as ' excellent men.' Sir Horace Tozer asks whether any more men are required, the inference being that he could eecuie others. The whole of the laborers who are going out under contract to work on the farms at Cairns ami Port Doug las are unmarried, and between 20 and 30 years of age (writes the London correspondent of the 'Courier' under date May 24). They are described at the Government agency as a fine body of men who' have e...
HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
HEADACHES. One of the chief causes of head aches is the circulation of poisons In the blood. Poisons arc constantly be ing formed in the body in the diges tion and absorption of food, but they produce no ill effects unless formed in excess. In Indigestion, the formation of these poisons takes place at an enormous rate; they pass through tho system in the circulating Blood, and produce high Blood 'pressure and a sense of general Ill-health, Irritability of temper, and headache, which only the sufferer can realise the extent of. To overcome Headaches it Is abso lutely necessary to get at the cause. Drugs which act on the heart and re duce the pulsations only have a tem porary effect. If you suffer from Indi gestion, Biliousness, Constipation, any disorder of the Liver and Kidneys, ir from any weakness peculiar to your .sex, there is no better remedy than Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. 'I wish to state that I have used Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for some time,' writes Miss Janie Hog...
MOVEMENTS OF MINISTERS. BRISBANE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
MOVEMENTS OF MINISTERS. (Ry Te'cznvTih.l BRISBANE. Julv 3. Now that It has been settled that he shall retain the portfolio of Minister for Agriculture, Mr O'Sulllvan proposes to apply himself as opportunity offers to tlie inspection of all State farms in the State. New members of the Ministry had no time to commence their duties with their departments to-day before they were hurried oft to an Important Cabi net meeting on board the Luclnda. The vessel left the wharf at four o'clock and will not return until Sunday. In the meantime Ministers will be en gaged discussing the policy of the Go vernment and the proposals to be brought before Parliament. A great deal of time will necessarily be taken up In discussing the estimates and salaries. New Ministers will at tend their offices on Monday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
i * The stream of good merchandise continues to flow oiit 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 and satisfaction. By these Great Price Lowerings we have wiped out most of profits, but thiji is a GREAT CLEAN SWEEP of Goods uwing 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 the 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 to-day ! The Store of Little Prices. LENNONS' cAefi dbapbry iMfti; j GREAT Will TER SB# NOW ON For |JRe. fe|r|ifeal Week : Beautiful Millinery, Stylish Coats and Jackets Ffalii arid Fane jr Sunshades. thi i t-atSst Novelties in Nfeck-weiJK j^r Bo...
ARBITRATION CASE SHEARERS' WAGES, ETC. SYDNEY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
ARBITRATION CASE SHEARERS' WAGES, ETC. ;By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, uuiy 3. Evidence In the shearing dispute was concluded before the Federal Arbitra tion Court to-day after several Victo rian witnesses had been examined. John Henry Savgood, of Jarraherb station, near BenOlgo, gave it as his experience that good hand shearers were taking to the machines, and now adays very few young men were learn ing the use of hand shears. Theirs was the only large shed in the district that shore by hand, and as the ma chines were being used at other sta tions in the district the hand shearers came to him. He contemplated putting In machines; In fact, he should have to do so, for he was afraid he would not be able to get the class of hand shearer he used to get. Justice O'Connor : In your opinion the machine is driving out the hand shearing? Witness : Tes. Continuing, Mr Sargood «ald th« com. dltions as to shearing were about tb» same now as in 1903. He never signed an agreement with hlB men— th» agree...
THE MAIL CONTRACT. BELATED REVELATIONS. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
THE MAIL CONTRACT. BELATED REVELATIONS. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 3. Al! kinds of reports are circulated about the proceedings in London with reference lo the mail contract negotia tion!;. It is asserted that James Laing ond Sons are only nominally the con tractors; that the whole affnir was en gineered by a financial group which calculated upon making a -:ood profit out of the transaction. It Is alleged' thai if any capital was put up in Lon don it was a very small amount, and that tlie promoters relied upon the capital belnc subscribed in Australia, to induce investment at home. Theso facts, It is said, were common property in London financial circles. It is added that this was ascertained by Mr Dea kin and Sir W. J. Lynn in London, and that had not Mr Bent appeared on the acerio the whole matter would have been quashed long since, but the Vic torian Premier is stated to have liter ally sat on Mr Deakin's doorstep. Mr Bent's object was supposed to bo to induce the Commonweal...