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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
ISllfeclt'S KAISER LAGEll1! :; 'itfe brewedMd bottled at BFXK & CO.'S Kaiser Brewery, Bremen, Germany, aud is the same quality '1 fill 1 as supplied to the N.OX. and P. & 0/ Steamers. '? ; vv | ?r'' ';V. -'V BBCK , ' Ac CO. . '. ..; ' \j Are the WORLD'S LARGEST EXPORTERS of Bottled Lager Beer, having a yearly output in the British Colonies alone of I Q,OOO,OQO BOTT1L.ES. The Quality, and Flavor, are Unsurpassed.. It will Keep .Clear, Bright and Sparkling in all Climates for an Indefinite Period, and throws ' j Absolutely NO Sediment. It is Brewed Entirely from the Choicest and Best Malt and Hops. i OBTAINABLE AT EYERY FIRST-CLASS ~HOTEIi IB THE COMMONWEALTH. j BURNS ' PHILP & COMPANY, LIMITED, Sole Agents. j Reform Your Grocery Bills 1 ? _ — | PKOCUEING FEOM I HULBERT j The Lowest and most COMPLETE CASH 1 PRICE LIST j YET PUBLISHED IN j NOBTH QUEENSLAND- J ? . _ . 1 J When You Read This Advertisement 1 Send to HULBERT for this NEW LIST. 1 It will Prove a Big ...
INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. CHARTERS TOWERS, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph' QUEENBLANI-. CHARTERS TOWERS, July 3. General Hoad inspected the military forces this afternoon. He paid a com I'liment to the Regiment tor efficiency, and was particularly pleased with the cadets. Madame Albanl had a glorious re ception to-night, being recalled over and over again, and receiving tome .beautiful boucueU. At the Licensing Court to-day the question of granting renewals of licenses of three hotels about which the police had lodged objections was. dralt with. The application for the' O K. Hotel was held over. A church Is objecting to this license. The North Australian Hotel license has been granted, also that lor the Waverley.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 3. James Lindsay Pride and Edwin Morris were wrestling at Hartleyvalc on Saturday last, when they fell. Pride sustained a fracture of the leg. Ho was admitted to the local hospital, became unconscious, has remained in that condition since, and there Is Itttle prospect of his recovery. Morris was before the Police Court to-day and was remanded.
SIR J. D. HOOKER, O.M. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
SIR J. D. HOOKER, O.M. LONDON, July 8. The King lias conferred the Order of Merit on Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker. [Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton, C.B., i«r»- G.C.S.I. created 1897: K.C.S.I., ]£77.; M.D., P.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., F.R.G.S.; Prussian Order Pour le Merite; retired surgeon R.N.; late di rector of the Royal Gardens, Kew; born Halesworth, Suffolk, June 30,1817; second son of the late Sir William Jackson 'Hooker, director of the Royal Gardens, Kew. Educated, HJgh School; University of Glasgow. Vfngeon and naturalist, H.M.S. ErabUB,' in Antarc tic expedition under Sir James Ross, 1839-43; visited as a naturalist the\ Himllaya Mountains, Eastern Bengal, the Khasla Mountains, etc., 1847-61; ^yria an* Palestine, 1860; Morocco and the Greater Atlas, 1871; the . Rocky Mountains and California, 1877; assist ant dlreefofT Royal Gardens, Kew, 1865-65; director, 1865-85;. 'president Royal Spclety, 1872-77. Publications : '? Botany of the Antarctic Expedition,' 'Handbook of the New Zealand Flo...
DISORDERS IN RUSSIA. SEQUEL TO THE TIFLIS OUTRAGES. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
DISORDERS IN RUSSIA. SEQUEL TO *HE TIFLIS OUT RAGES. (By Cable.) LONDON. Julv r Coionel Balabansky, chief of the Tlflls tiollce, committed suicide owing to be ing reprimanded for lack of cnorgv In connection with the Terrorist outrages? and robbery cabled on June 2a I Ten .bombs were thrown In succes sion In Erivan Square, TIIIIb, in the .Russian Caucacus, at an hour when the square was crowded with people. »iany were Wiled or Injured, and great damage was caused. A terrible panic ensued. The outrage was committed In order to cover the robbery of £2 1,000 from a treasury van. the throwing of the bombs In succession being Intended to Increase the confusion. Two persons were killed and 60 were Injured.]
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. July S. The late Sir John Hall's will includes many charitable bequests, the princi pal one being £80,000 to be administered bv the trustees for charitable purposes In Canterbury. fJO.000 to establish a hall tor working boys on the lines of tho Gordon Institute, £10,000 for a new Anglican Church at Hororato. Almost every church and benevolent soclety beneflts under the will. WELLINGTON, July 3. While Mervyal Bradshaw, charged ?with attempting to murder his uncle, Edward Blssett, at Opuarhanga, by stabbing him, was being brought to Auckland In custody, ho jumped over board and was drowned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
Some little time back Col. Nadand, of Kentucky, obtained the exclusive right of exportation ot the water oC the River Jordan! What the Yank will next conic at is hard is say, but cer tain ft is that Porter's Bulldosr Ale and Btrrot is never liUely to fall Into his !-andp as* a monopoly.— (Advt.).
TOWNSVILLE SPORTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
TOWfkSV LIE SP0RTIH6 CLUB. The following handicap has l.cen de clared for the trotting event, to be run at lhe TownsviJlo Sporting- Club's meetlnir. to be 1-.c'.d nt the Sho«v Grounds on Saturday afternoon:— CARNIVAL DISTANCE HANDIC.VP TROT, 1% mils. Harold B. scratch Sunshine, scratcli . Zulu, scratch Toby, 60 yards behind 1 Jumbo, 85 yards' behind Dan, 85 yards tiehlnd Limerick, 130 yads behind king Edward; ISO yafds behind Frisco, ISO yards behind Onihan Boy, 200 yards behind Norman, 270 yards behind tarriklh, 300 yards behind Plantation Girl, S20 ya'rds l.e'.iiinl Cobwel-. 360 yards behind J.J'., 400 yards behind Brliltatit,- 4M TardS* tocl'.lHfl
THE GRAND NATIONAL. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
THE GRAND NATIONAL. -By Telegraph;)', MELBOURNE, July 3. ? Preston Pans was a firmer favorite fo*..tlie : Gratia National HUrdlb race j'fijlerdtty'. ; Sotano has' returned to ftlVbiVj leaving' off Second in demand, ^itH'ljTon'. Heart',. B,W)aiabi; Superstl ttoh;: Wizard; and Red Sea next In re quest. ,., For the Grahd_. Natldha'l Sleeplechase the favorite 'was Blue Sklh; with Dpco-atiojl ajid Bollls »\i close. Cardinal | and Boomerang were must !n favor of the others.
QUEENSLAND TEAM SELECTED. BRISBANE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
QUEENSLAND TEAM SELECTED. (By Telezraiih;) BRISBANE; July 3. The following team' has been picked to represent Queensland' ne?ft' S~a);ur day, but Is subject1 to alteration ' team v;eather or .other considerations':— Full had:, P. Cawiichael'; . three-quarters, D. Corrle, J. Carmichael, G. Watson, Vi'. Pearce; half, M. Ddre; fivc-elgliths. B. Gallagher: forwards, V... Oxenham, A Oxlade, J. Brighton, W. . Cannifc, W. -Richards, J. Shea, j:' Fihelly, P. Flana-an.
FOOTBALL N.S. WALES BEATS QUEENSLAND FIFTEEN. BRISBANE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
FOOTflftLt N.S. WALES BEATS QUEENSLAND FIFTEEN. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE; July 3.: The match between, New. South Wales, and tho next 15 to-day, on the Exhibition Groulid, attracted', d ..larSe at(cndancc. The 'teams were:— New South Wales: Full back, Plx; three quarters, Stunt'i, Oxenham,' Messenger. Waddel; halves'. Woods', McKlvett;; forwards, Roscweli; Gl'ifjRii, Barnett, Jus. Hughes, Jno. Hughes, Graves; Groundwater. Kow. » Second .Fifteen:' S'lill back, V. Cir mlcbacl; threo-nuarters. Coiile, Urown, J. Cttrmlchael, Pedrcp; liillycs, Abc-arn, Gallagher; forwards, Klrighqr.n, , Doyle, J. Thompson, Tub'inan, Gutteridge, Hainniotiil, Richards', Sheii; referee, W. T. Evans. . ? : At half-tlhic there ,wero no scores but in the second spell' fruUerldsb fljis wlch) scored for Qubcnsland, and Woods for N.S. Wales., Mbsseiipcr converted tlic latter, and Nlw Sou Hi Wales won bq 5 points to 3;
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE. DIVIDED OPINIONS. SYDNEY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE. DIVIDED OPINIONS. (By Telegraph.) SYDN'CY. July S. conference ? ''ill's tho coal ?-' dispute \v- 'nuid to-day '???urne1' when the employers will give a repr to the men's demands. The v.irking condi tions and rates of pay wore first con sidered. The men want 2s 2d i.-.r hour, and the employers offer Is 3d. Mr Payten (Union representative) : We are demanding only 2s 2d. and we will not go back to work unless we get It. Mr Byrnes (owner) : Do you mean that you are asking or demanding ? Mr. Payten : We demand it. Mr Byrnes (chairman) sairt the pro prietors -would give their reply later on. The question of extra payment on Saturday afternoons was allowed to stand over, the chairman savins they would doubtless bft uiilc to fix mattrrs UP. The foremsr.fW- ??.?..--?- v was dis cussed, a ?' ' .^J no ubjec tlon to a k eing appointed by the members of me Union. Mr NellBon (Union) : They must be amenable to the rules nf the Union. Mr Byrnes (owner) : They cannot Serve two ma...
A BOLD ASSERTION. MIGHT BE DOUBTED BY OUR READERS, WERE IT NOT BACKED BY TOWNSVILLE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
A BOLD ASSERTION. MIGHT BE DOUBTED BY OUR READERS, WERE IT NOT BACKED BY TOWNSV1LLE PEOPLE. It's an old saying that 'familiarity breeds contempt,' lots of truth in it too. A good fellow always wears well, und so it is with many things in everi'-day life. The good things 'wear well,' they last— increase in public popularity. Praise must be earned ani praise for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills lnios been justly earned in Townsville. Year after year their good work has continued until there are few house holds not familiar with the name of 'Doan.' It is a bold assertion to make that nothing in modern medicine can show such a record, but the proof of It lies in Home Testimony, and the endorsement of people we know. Here is a caBc of it. Mr. J. Corbett, watclimnker and jeweller, Flinderp-rtreot, Townsville, says:— 'I used Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills for backache and they cured me. This ailment had caused me great suffering. I could not gel proper rest at night, — a man can't sleep if his ...
"NORTH QUEENSLAND HERALD." SATURDAY, JULY 6. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907
' NORTH QUEENSLAND HERALD.' SATURDAY, JULY 6. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED NUMBER. The 'North Quo nslaml Herald' of Saturday next will be one of the largest and most attractive issues ever published by the Tuwnsvllle Newspaper Company. There will be included in the number 3S distinct illustrations, many of them being accompanied by explanatory and descriptive lotk'i-i.res?. As to the subject of the illustrations, they may truthfully be said to range 'from grave to nay, from lively to severe,' but in each of them will be found matter for reflection jind inter change of opinion. The seamy and the sunny side of life will be represen ted in various ways ; and sport, his tory, adventure, and ether phases anl records of existence on this grand old terrestrial globe will be depicted. Amongst what may bo regarded ns 'seasonable' Illustrations— considering that this Is ths carnival week In Townsville — will be a round dozen in connection with the recent Lower Burdekin show and races, and com prisin...