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WIRTH BROS.' CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

WIRTH BROS.' CTTIOUS. An excellent houci' m-'til the con cluding perform:. ii.v .f Mi---: \Yi«-th Bros.' circus -ia1 i niuiit. n li- a an In teresting .I'ifl -'.-!i i'-i programme was gone throimli. K.i l; 'f the artists w*s accorded tii' n'tm-inus applause by tho audience, and the exhibition on the corde ela'sliinr Iv Hugh Patrick L!oy.1 again exci'.'-l yroat enthusiasm an-l excitement. The programme submitted was gone liimirjli wirln-iu :i liitr-it, and the large attendance Elgnitiel their approval of its rendition by ap plauding heartily.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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KATE HOWARDE DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

KATE HOWARDE DRAMATIC COMPANY. The above company make their re appearance in tho Theatre Royal to night, when a short season of three nights will be commenced. 'London by Night,' is to be staged to-night, and from accounts received the piece should l-e quite up to the usual stan dard of entertainments submitted by the company. It is a spectacular drama in three acts, described as depicting life In London to an inlei esting degree, and will be staged with special' scenery brought on by the company for that jiuspose. Popular prices are being charge! and a.6 there is a large number of people in town at present, the managoment.antlcipatc a big house.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

a. WONDERFUL DIBftCA* to'lteB uJt&h H&B&8 AMD 8TTLBS IN *U1 DEPARTMENTS AT HHiiMAN BROS. , It b limply Magnificent, n la good £dc «???? eyetllM. , , 1 Good tot ttie economical poctotf, too. ' TImr ARTJSTTO BTVLB ,OF CUTTIN0, tfc» BUCCBLLBNT FIT thcr U», M* the BEST OF WORKMANSHIP put in osnnot be Burpuwa. - THEY WILL FIT OK YOU BEFORE The MATERIAL IB MADE UP-THM ENSURES A PERFECT PIT. ' ' . ?' ' ^ Surely If outsider* can please grou, HtLLttAN BBOS.aiiMId.lkra no tcrtbla bt Giro them a call. The atop b^aay to fln«. TOhei once found the spIe&Od m* ?ortmeat of Goods attract* you. The Moderate Chargsf allure you. .- -i , The Fit Md-- General A.pearance nvsctaate yoa. '--.?* SCXXmX.3MCA.Z0- BROS., - TAIL0R8 AMD OtTOTlTflHS.' ?-??»- 'i ??*?/„

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TURF NOTES: [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

TURF NOTES: Montroso and Ironbark have been scratched for all engagements, to bs run at the Townsville SportlnE Club'3 liioetfncr on Saturday. There was some speculation on the Flyini Handicap and Townsville Cup last night. For the- Flying Curlew ruled as favorite realising £23; Emerald, £21: The Jester, £16; Lady Ayr, £16; Mun Nicer, £13; Mimosa, £7; Chorister, and Lurline £6 each— total In pool, £120 10e. The Townsville Cup figures were —Rivulet, £2G; Garcon, £17; Deroineand Lord Correll £11 each: CarliBt, £7; Boreas II. and Romany Rye — total in pool, £90. Straight-out betting on the Flying war— 3 to 1 Curlew and Emerald., 4 to 1 Nun Nicer ana Jester, 6 to 1 Lady Ayr. 8 to 1 Lurline, 10 to 1 Mimosa. On Charters Towers Emerald waa favorite. Rivulet was last night favorite for the Townsville Cup at 5 to 2, 3 to 1 o.ieting 'against Garcon, 5 to 1 Lord Oirrell, Derolne, .and Carllst, 10 to 1 Romany Rye and Boreas. The -scratchings -yesterday for the Turf Club meeting were:— Trial Sta...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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SPORTING. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

SPORTING. FIXTURES. July 4-5.— Townsville Turf Club An nual. July C— Townsville Sporting Club's meeting. Entries, June 2S. July 17-1S.— Norman ton J. C. Annual. July 24.— Burke River Racing Club . July 26. — Athcrton Ruce Club. July 30-31.— Cooktown Turf Club An nual. August 8-10.— Bowen Turf Club An nual. . August 8-9-10.— Northern Territories' Racing Club, Port Darwin. August 14-15.— Cloncurry Racing Club Annual. August 14-15.— Herbert River Jockey Club Annual Meeting. Entries, July 17; handicaps, July 30; accep tances, August 3. August 27.— Border Jockey Club (Birds vllle) Annual. August 21-22.— Halifax Racing Club Annual. Nominations, July 24; handicaps, August 16; acceptances, August 19. September 11-12.— Longreach J.C. An nual.

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SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

SOUTHERN' SHARE MARKETS. (13.V Ti-iesrrnriin r.HISBANB. July 3. 1 Thc'followinK are the latest quota tions:— Cliillagoe, con., b 7s -M p Ts Sd; for v.-iiii, b 7s 7d s Ss: CliMlastneRuddl Kon . h £13; Dillziells. s r,s (id; fnrwaril, !? 5s Cd s Hs 7d; Gilmore. t- fc flrl; for ward, b 7s Id s 7s Sd; riassford Pieek. 1) Is 9',id s 2s; Ilampden Clnncurry. b l's, Mount Cnninri.ih. b 4s 2d s 4s 3d; forward, b 4s 2'{.d s 4r 5d; Mount Hec tor, con., s 30s; Mount Merlin, con., b £?{ s £6; Jlnunt Molloy, b 1!)s Cd s 20s 3d; Muii^ann. b 10s Od s 31s; MacgrcRor, K 6s Cd; O.K.. b 9s rd s !is 7d; forward, b 9s 5d s 9s 8r); Peak Downs, b 14s 6d s 15s: paid, s ins Cd; Plioenlcian Tin, l- Is fil s Is 7d; paid, b 2s 8d; Queensland Exploration, b 33s Cd; forward, b 32s: Stannary Hills. l- n.s 3d s 5s 6d; New Anniversary, eon . s £32. Sale.?. Chillagoe, con., at 7s 8d: Dalzlell's, fonvard, at 5s Cd. \ Svdney Sales. Hamp'len Cloncurry at 12s 7d; at a month at 13s; O.K. at Ss 4Vid; Mount Mclloy at 10s m^...

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CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. CAIRNS, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, July ?,. The following were to-day's quota tior.s :— Chillagoe, paid, h Ss 3d s 8s fid: Mun Ean.-i, b 10s 6d s lls; O.K.. |j fls 4-i s 9s Cd; Mount Molloy. b 1Ss 7d s 2Hs Cd; Sweut William, s £C; Hampden Clon eurry. b 12s 3d s :2s 9d; Cli!lln!;ne!tu.l c'igore, b £14 10s e £15 r,s: rhnrs'i-y's Ni'tlve Star, con.. s'£S; paid, s £!n: ];n deavor and Leslie, b £i) .Is r £'J ins; Vulcan, b 's 9d s Ss 3d; Stannary 1 lilts, b 5s 6d s 5s Sd; Smith's Creek, b :)s 9d s 30s; Dalzlell's, b 5s s 5s 4d; Gilmore. 1) 7s s 7s 4d; Mitchell nivcr Gold and Antimony, s 7s; Durham Consols, y 3s Id s 4s 3d. Sales. O.K. at 9s 5d; Stannary Hills at 5s 7d; Smith's Creek at fls lOd.

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THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

THE LUNCHEON. At the luncheon, which was provided in an up-to-date style, the usual speech making was conspicuous' by its ab sence ? ....... ? . A few words of greeting and welcome ?were spoken by the secretary (Mr J. N. Parkos). He said that at. .the. request of their president, lie .had to thank those present for. coming in such numr bers to the Bhow.. Thpy ,had a record attendance, peopl.o were present from North and South Queensland, and tiiore had never been a more representative gathejing, on the Townsviile Show Grtnihd. They did not purpose having any speeches owing to there not. being- sufficient time, and he hoped that the - orh'Issio'n of the tpasts. would not be tHbugh't in' act1 of discourtesy. He th'anUea'Jhern heartily ^for their atten dariee'aWd'was' gjlad' to'toe' ab'ls ? to an noutice that: £105 'had been donated In special' 'prizes for next year's ahow— (applause)— and he hoped that before the day was over the amount wouM reach £150. (Applause.)

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HIGH IDES AT LONSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

HIGH nj£S Af NftSMllf. High tides lo-.day should be at 4.40 a.m (7fl. Bin.), and at 4.40 p.m. (7ft.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

8TEAMKES 6tt ;lntenaed to' be des patched bom JETTY WHABF as under:— BOWBN i [ *~ %k%£mbw&1-' abamac, (KeppeUBay) j Monday, July 8th, BRISBANE :*-: M 1 »m. BUNDABERG* - I MARPJyil'UGH* f J^BnBY I WYANDRA, MELBOURNE .. 1 Monday, July 15, Transhipping' tor f 1 »?«'»? Adelaide - and Fremantle ? ' BOWBN | BINGEftA, MACKAY Every Monday. GLADSTONE .At 9.46 BRISBANE from X Railway Station. CAIRNS ' '.WTANDRA, ' PORT DOUGLAS VeMn'sday,.July 10, dOOKTOWN at 2.30 p.m. ) From Jetty. ' ^MARANOA. COOKTOWN JSaturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS'D| 2 p.m. NORM ANTON |From Town Whart BURKETOWN 1 Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. BUCINDAPOINTI KURANDA. CARDWELL I Every Monday. MOURILYAN | 10 a.m. ' GERALDTON |From Jotty Wharf CAIRNS . (No cargo received PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. . - BRISBANE | MARANOA, (direct) { Friday, July 12th, At reduced fares | 9 a.m. From Town Wharf ?Transhipping at Brisbane! For toll particulars apply to— BURNS, PHUJ? &? CO., LTD., '' Agents. TEAM TO CHINA AND J...

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

THE R1NP,. For the heavy spring cart horse or marc, Mr F. Johnson-'s old grey Troo per, driven by Mr C. H., Macdonald, was the only competitor, but was gool enough to carry honors at most shows. Messrs Peace and Sons had the light spring cart horse or mare all to themselves with Nelson, who was attached to a somewhat stylish, yet light butcher's cart. Trooper, Nelson, and Mr H. P. Witham's Bonnie Doon competed in the class for horse best adapted tor butcher's, baker's, dairy or spring cart, honors going to Troo per. The old grey has been a consis tent competitor at the TownsvillJ shows, and his success was well re ceived. Mr J. J. Fannlng's Joe. driven by Miss Lowe, had no opposition in the pony I- hands and under, in harness. Mr H. Johnson's chestnut Paddy, Miss A. Ball's ch Bobby, and Mr J. J. Fan ning's Joe competed in the turn-out for ponies VI hands and under. All three presented a smart appearance. The blue went to Mr Fannlngs entry, driven by Mr W. J. Affleck. For pony 12 han...

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TOWNSVILLE PASTORAL SHOW. The Jumpers' Day. Second Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

mmmmm m. The Jumpers' Day. Second Sfotice. ' 'liJat this yoar's exhibition in con noctlon with the TownRVNW I'jsioral, Agricultural and Industrial Asbimlatlon ?wufi an unuualll)ed success, all who ?vlsjted the. grounds will readily agree. In the first place all the elements of success were present. The weather w'a» of on' ideal character; the general ar Tatigements made by the secretary and Ills energetic committee were excellent, and Gie number of entries constitute! a iecord. The Introduction of a new feature In the management of affalro, namely, the working of the country stewards In conjunction with the town stewards in the ring and the other various departments of the show, pro Uucert very satisfactory results and stimulated the Interest taken In the jiiowedlngs. With all tliew essentials it was no wonder that this year's ex hibition eclipsed, as was anticipated all previous show's. Then, from the most Important point of view— the fin ancial side— the ehow was far and away the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

V AEETORD BEOS. c B. A. WAKBFORD. f 3. TB BRIS. S. O. WAKEFORD. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Complete Household Furnishers. LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. Also VEHICLES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. CASH BUYERS OF SHCOND-HAND FURNITURE. SECOND-HAND VEHICLES TSOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale : PIANOS.— Makers, 'J. Trniler,' perfect Instrument of beautiful tone: price. 60 Guineas. 'Steiner,' specially constructed for tropical climates. In spection Invited. Cash price, £47 10s. Approved terms. IRON SAFES.— Shipment Just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. Prices from £7 10s to £25. VEHICLES.— E. J. and W. Peel's Sul kies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, flfi, to £33. Light Lorry, In splendid order, £20. Dolivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Van, £12. Waggonette, in good order, £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new, £22. Nearly new Pony Dog Cart, £15 15s. PURE MARYBOROUGH HONEY, In 601b. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

After several years' study and ex periment a young Australian has (says a Melbourne paper), Invented an en gine which will, in his opinion, draw the Sydney express at the rate of from 70 to 80 miles an hour. .He believes that his patent will revolutionise the pre sent-- systems of steam and electric traction, because he claims that It will enable the speed of trains to be greatly Increased, that it will double the haulage .power of goods engines, that It is applicable to tramways, anu pernups, most' important of all, thai It may be adapted to steamships, and so make t possible to increase the speed of the largest steamers afloat v- 27 aria even 30 knots an hour at rauca less expense than is now Incurred lii punning them 20 knots an hour. . All these things, and more, he claims to. Ids invention, and he Is so satisfed of its prac'tibal value that he Is patenting it throughout the world. He /made \an effort to get it tried by tone of the fctate Railway departments, but while t$e raywa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

A WKLL-SHAPED HAND. ill Nnthlns Is more admired U-an-*weJK,?- shaped hand, which is easily jBptaln'' ' able with a Good FlttinE Glove: -.A ; shipment of Ladles'' Kid'. Sue*^, an* Fabric Gloves has Just been opened tor the Coming Carnival' Weolt'^l ten non's. Special Reductions have been made for Lucky Losers' of -%-ves *t 1 the Races— 2s Cd Gloves, -six Jjaire for 13s 9d ; 2s lid ditto, 6 pairs 16s.; 8s 6d ditto, 6 pairs 19s 6d ; 3s, lid ditto, 6 ? pairs 22s ; 43 lid ditto, 6S pairs 27s 6d; to glove wagers are made easy at Lennon's.— (Advt) -'? ? ? x'.

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

GOSSIP. [All announcements of engagements or marriages forwarded for insertion In tills column must be properly authen ticated.] There was a very large and highly appreciative audience at the. Theatre Royal on Tuesday evening to witness 'Mr Hopkhison,' given by the Wil loughby Ward Company. The exqui site gowns worn by Miss Grace Palotta were quite a feature of the evening, The first frock worn was composed ot magenta chllTon, over cream slace .'ilk; the bodice was ccm;wsed almost en tirely of handsome lace, bertha of lace, threaded with deeper shade of ribbon. In the second act her emerald green gown of Eilk tulle over silver tissue was most dazzlins. The bodice was arranged witli chemisette of white tulle and bertha of handsome rose point lace studded with Jewels, and rinish'jd with hangiu gstraps of green velvet, silver tassel ; the: full skirt was onaincntcd with jp-een silk roses out lined with silver thread, green and sil ver osprey worn in Ualr completed an elegant toilette. ...

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"THE ACID LINE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

'THE ACID LINE' Most people In cities live junt on the fllne of acid surplus, and pass ovoi the border every few daj-s. A State dinner, a day of extra mental activity or emotional excitement., nnd over the boundary .they go. A chill, a damp day Impeding the surface eliminations, .or a persisting constitutional' tendency —and over the acid line they drop. The proof Is In the prevalence of the acid diathesis, shown in rheumatism, neuralgia, and gout. Rheumatism Is undoubtedly caused by. germ ferment lii the Intestinal tract, precisely at the point- where the blood-takes up Its ' serum albumen 'from the peptone. Mi crobes planted there bout the serum. It is ottered, to Hhe blood as en add ~tpMv60-VflQi- heAlc .efforts - parting' ''?with i&Vown hjkallntty ^o effect It, tho bloo* seeks' 1$ 'vain to' .neutralize thVlr acid,, the Impoverished blood can hot prevail; ?against tlje nlcrobe fer ment Vut. Is Ifseifi r&jfli'red aeM.v - 'N Acid reaction Is; always shown In ' the b...

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PLOT OF ASSASSINATION. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

PiJOX P*1 MSASSHJATION. ? ?'-'?? r'' '';': i'V:-v^QNpJ-N, July «;';;- v «Ignor; Cabrera, president or Guate- ???'.:;- mala, arrested 180 persons, Including many notables, on a charge of compU cltylnBplottoasBasslnktehlm.'Forty - have been tried, 'several «f whom were V sentenced *»4eath. The olplomaOo ?-?'. corps lodged a protest.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. fBv Toleirranh.l MELBOURNE. July S. In the House ot Representatives, there was a full attendance of mem bers when the Speaker took ihe chair, after the' Vice-regal speech ha1 been read by the Governor-General In the f Senate Chamber, and tho business of the session commenced. Two new members took the oath— Messrs Sinclair and Blown, of Vlctnrla. The Speaker announced t.'ie gift by Mv Deakln to Parliament of the casket presented to him by the City of London containing ihe freedom of the city. Mr Batchelor gave notloe to move to morrow that Mr McDonald bu Chair man of Committees. Sir /Fowler gave notlco of motion fn favor o£ elective Ministries, and Or Ma Ioncy of a motion In regard to old-age pensions. Mr Hutchison asked the Minister for Customs why there had been eo much de-ay Iti the prosecution' of Harris, Scarfe and Co., of Adelaide, for of fences against the Customs Act. * Sir W. J. Lyne replied that he had ascertained the matter was still in the hands ...

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THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

THE SENATE. After the Governor-Gencralhad re ared the Senate settled to business. Senator Cameron, In moving the adoption of the Address-ln-Reply, con gratulated the Government upon hav ing brought the mail question to a con clusion. The rest of his speech was mainly devoted to defence matters. He would not, he said, support the Gov- ? ernment unless It placed the defences of Australia on such a footing that the' security of thd country would be -en- sured. - Senator Trenwlth seconded the adop tion of the Address-ln-Reply. . ? Senator Kelld reviewed the policy of the Government in a long speech, and the Senate adjourned until tomorrow.

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