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TOWNSVILLE TURF CLUB ANNUAL [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

9 TOWNSVILLF TURF CLUB ANNUAL Everything points to the annual meeting of the Townsville Turf Club to be commenced to-day at Cluden, being the most successful . held for many years past. Not in any previous year has the influx of country visit ors been so great,' and the great majority of them will flee the -meeting through. Fields promise to -be ??good, and from the betting on the varlout events they seem to be fairly open: The committee Have made the ? usual arrangements for the comfort 'of 'theli patrons. Trains will leave the Railwaj station for Cluden at -1I.C, and U.« ? a.m. (both In time for the first race which starts at 12.15), 12.15. 12.60. 1.3I and 2.10 p.m., returning at 5.30 and 6.W (Continued on Page 7.) jftn. The lawn and surroundings never looked better than they do now. Ai rahgements haye been made whereby access to 'the lnticltedrr; roortt; \fill; be ^btafiftd from tfife southern end of' the ff^and stand, ladles thus' avoiding hav ija/s ft}' pmb , tUrqugh the nubile...

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

1 NdH^HiJUBENgLAND'S COMPLETE 0UTF£TTiNG EMPORIUM., jjj - % Flinders street, TaWitA'tt^tJk -^yM SPECIAL PARCEL, ^_ *--*j*$£ fi^TOST RBClfifv^*B# Sf^rffltRN, MAIL. COLORED AND WHITE'! , ifiana-up, lfe^-Jr Tufe^^^fflfei^^Bd with Patent Throat Protector. 4s 6d, BbW, 7€*,6#* 9% 6d each. silk:* aiJti^^^^B1 s'Wtea.t h^s, { ? Color WlSte; Btt^Wobitfln tei^yeftwlth^itffaifte Silk, INSPECTION INVITED. SEE WINDOWS. Crest Brand Pure Ceylon mind you; No Mixture! 1 'dBEST' PURE CEYLON I by reason of its absolutely High Quality and Invigorating Properties, Will steadily increase in Popular Favor. SALES ARE LARGER THAN EVER ! SALES ARE LARGEft THAN EVER and from Wiriton in the West to far. Biirketown in the North, regular supplies are dispatched for the discriminating inhabitants who appreciate an article of Solid Worth. 'CREST'' PURE CEYLON TEA, In Half Chests, 201b,, 101b. and 51b. - H. F. HEN LEI N & CO., Sole Wholesale Agents. W f Hf S1HQW AND RACES, ^H*l,ffl«tii:1. ,; Pimffl f&amp...

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MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. (By TelegraMO MELBOURNE. July 3. ;.X{ the Melbourne Hunt. Club rsicni ^j-flay there was fine weather aii'i a large, attendance. Harvest Lad fell la t«c Welter Handicap, and, haVlnsr Mrokeif| his'.sHouidfer, was destroved: The'Mprihclpal- event, the Oaklolgb Mitiaicap,,! mile and htrtf a fUHpiig rfsuit'e^staple 1, Ballalaba 2, Port inniV B'olj 3. Bolting: 12 to 1 Staple. Tlhic,'1^9'i. ? ??..?.'?

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LAWN TENNIS. THE TOURNAMENT. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

LAWkTOfRb. THE TOURNAMENT. FIRST DAY. The following were results of the jilay.on Tuesday',' July 2:— -. Gentlemen's 'single Handicap.-r-H. Tandy, beat W. McIIwaltie',,})^, C^-l; F. C. M. Bunie heat S. A. Thbfhi (-— B, C-4; J. B. Rogers beat W. II. Morrow. C_5, 6—3; F. ConnaH beat S'. Hopkins, 4_il, 6— J. C— 3. Oentle.meri'B B Grade SJtiirle. Handi cap.— W. H. Lonnon beat C. T. Wl-'*mp' 6.-2 2i-«,-G— I; T. MagUire beat A. Hansea. . Ge'iitleme'li's . Dbuble - Hetndlcip.'— Woolrych and Tandy beat Grahain ah-J SpiTieryllle, 2f-6, 6—4, 6—5; Hopkins' arid Douglas beat Mcliwaine. a^d Cole, f_6, 6—3, 6—5; Furne and Greenham be'it Brown and Fullertori, 3— 4, €— ', Or*. ?: ? ?? : ? Gentlemen's B Grade Coiible .Hiiifll, cati.— Hides and Bates boat itaguirc and Suthor=: sr/OMi ti^'y. _ ? The fol'dwlng are' tho results' of '''PPMr^ ?-':-;?;? '?:??.? ' Gentjem^i*s '^)pen ^.Slngles.-a-Tftiiay Iwat .-J^bS{'*^|, lh~s, «P-2. ;',Wool- ''iyclj.bj»tjl-niklns,.4— 8, 6— a. - gimt^^f Single' Handicap.— Woo...

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MISERY DAY AND NIGHT. YEARS. OF SUFFERING. GENERAL WEAKNKSS—NEUVOL'S FITS BAD DIGESTION—HEADACHES. DR. WILLIAMS PINK PILLS BANISHED ALL THE TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

MISERY DAY AND NIGHT. YEARS. OF SUFFERING. GENERAL WEAKNESS— NERVOUS FITS BAD DtULWJ'lON— HEAD- At.'HIi;-. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS BANISHED A LI- 'i'HIS TROUBLE For years — almost ail her life up .-- twenty -eisht ytur.s of age Mrs l.aura Burns, of Church Street, ? Hun I lines, sulti-it/d misery day iiud night from yiriieral weakness. Nervous lits ami Indigestion de veloped. Notl:ii ??; cured her until the tried Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills. They cuivd her completely, and thanks to their use, there isn't a happier, hualLliii'r woman in Aus tralia lu-ria.v. 'As lone as ever I can remember I was nervous,' salJ Mr.' Hums. 'I was terrified to stay in ll:e house alone. All day long my nervi-s were on the .lump, and at night 1 could not sleep for an/ length of time. 1 lay in bed for hours at a time tremliliny:. I hated tli3 'lluusht of goin^ m sleep, lor 1 dreamed such hu:riblr. dreams. TIv.mi I'd wake up screaming. By the time ! reached 1C, I start. 0 ti; take fits— Nur- vom fits was what H...

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ENTERTAINMENTS. BESSES O' TH' BARN—LIEDERTAFEL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

ENTERTAINMENTS. BBSSB8 6* *&' BA^.V— LIEDER- ' ' TAFEL CONCERT. , 'The i principal af.racflon.'lasl' : night wai the open-air concert by the-Royal' 1 Besseb o* th' 'Burn U.ind and the L.le dertafel.at tlio Show Grounds! The pavilion was nlipij, the reserved chairs were well patronised, and a big crowd were content to stand' for two and a half hours to; U-njov the iiscelient music— vocal ajid lnMruniuntal'. -Thi; prncipal vocal Items were contributed by Miss Florence Llnde, a Sydney vocalist whom' the Lledertafel were, very fortunate' in Inducing, to make -the journey: The lady has a very fino platform presence, and her' -singing- ? Is of a much hither order than Tow.ns ville folk have had the pleasure of hearing for. some considerable .time. -Miss Llnde was asked to perform' a task which many would have shirked. To sing in the open air Is a severe strain to the vocalist, but even, with the disadvantage the lady acquitted herself admirably. She is a pure soprano, taking the h...

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DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKE [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

DOHOTMAKETHEMISrAKE of thinking that SANDER AND SONS' PORE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT is like the many eucalyptus preparations now foisted on tho public as 'extracts.' and as '.It for medi cinal- use.' These* latter hove given rise to' Intense inflammation when ap plied to tender surfaces. SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EU CALYPTI EXTRACT, on the othei hand;., is always safe, reliable. And ef fective, and has a healing power peculiarly its own. It is authoritatively proved to have no equcu In its effect on colds, Influenza, lung troubles, sores, etc. Therefore, insist upon the genuine, and reject all others.— 0. For Bronchial Coughs take

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STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND. MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS, ETC. BRISBANE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

STATE MATTERS. QUEENSIAND   MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS, ETC. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 3. The following Cabinet appointments are announced :— Mr A. G. Hawthorne to be Home Secretary; and Mr G. Kerr Minister for Railways. There are no other changes in the Cabinet. Mr Alrey, ex-Home Secretary, has been appointed as Minister in the Up- per House without portfolio. Mr Frank McDonnell (late member for Valley) and Mr Henry Turner (late member for North Rockhampton) have also been called to the Upper House. Later.       The reconstruction of the Cabinet was effected at a meeting of the Execu- tive Council to-day. The Governor at- tended at the Executive Buildings to preside over the meeting, and the fact that Mr Kerr and Mr Hawthorne also attended was an indication that they were about to attain to Cabinet rank, and so it proved, as both were sworn in as members of the Executive Coun- cil.   There were three vacancies in t...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT OPENING CEREMONIES. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT OPENING CEREMONIES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 3. Parliament was opened to-day with the usual ceremony by the Governor- General. THE SPEECH FROM THE THRONE commenced with brief reference to the two conferences recently held in London and reports of all proceedings are pro- mised. As a consequence of the Navi- gation Conference a good understand- ing was, it is stated, attained, and a Bill formed upon the resolutions at the conference is being drafted. The next subject touched upon was the tariff. In connection with this mat- ter, proposals are to be submitted as soon as possible to amend the existing tariff in order to place the national in- dustries upon a sound and permanent basis under equitable conditions. A Bill is announced for the en- couragement of industries by means of bounties. The results arrived at by the Pre- miers' Conference in Brisbane are to be communicated to Parliament, and old- age pensions are to be considered in this relation. The tour ...

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

On Wednesday, Mr. J. L. Mclntosh, secretary of the Ambulance Brigade received the sum of £12 2s 8d from Mr. Chins Do, of ' Brandon. This amount ' was collected' from the Chinamen in the Brandon and Ayr districts in aid of the Brigade.         Attention is drawn to the .fact that the consolation Jumping prize class' will be competed for tbjs morning at 9.30, on the Show Grounds which will be free to the public The entrance tee to non-members- is moderate .and should Induce many to take part In the competition. The Ambulance Brigade In response to a call met the 7.45 train from Wood stock last night, and rendered nrst aid to a boy named Frank Kennedy, 12 years of age, residing there, who had his right small toe completely severed from his foot by a horse treading, on It. The lad was taken to the hospital. At the Townsvllle Police Court on Wednesday, before Mr. F. C. M. Burno, J.P., William Convllle was cbargeu with drunkenness and fu...

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MUSIC IN TOWNSVILLE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

MUSIC IN TOWNSVILLE. [To the Editor.) Sir,— A 'Worn-out Bandsman' has evidently become lively again, in writ- ing to the point concerning bands in Townsville. However, I would like to mention that the bandsmen themselves require a little shaking up. Undoubt- edly both bands in Townsville have done an enormous amount of work gratis, and they fully deserve recogni- tion, financially, from the public. But what encouragement is there for a competent instructor when the mem- bers of a band will not all attend re- gularly at every practice? Again, why should not the bands make an effort to play alternately every fortnight in public? It is all practice for them, and I feel assured that if the bands- men would only work harmoniously to- gether and prove themselves in earnest to become real good bands, the public would soon see that they mean it; and I believe their funds would soon in- crease. Unfortunately, some bands men are addicted to swelled head when they are progressing, forgetting t...

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

CURRENT CHAT. Thank goodness, Townsville's annual "breathing. space" is round again. Even pressmen are in it, up to their necks, and will be breathing so hard and so fast for a week that they won't have breath enough left on Saturday to blow the froth off their— sarsapa- rilla. "See, my friend," said the vegeta- rian, as the proccssion of traction elephants passed up the street. ''See those mammoths with their wondrous strength and mighty intelligence. They don't eat vile flesh, but live on the simple fruits of the forest." "Yes," said the beef-eater, "but I saw a fox terrier pup just now, about as big as your hand drive one of your mammoths nearly crazy by a well- timed nip on the heel; and he ain't a vegetarian, not much." The Premier at Rockhampton:— "Yes, gentlemen, that day of true democracy is coming, when people will not ask whether a man is a banker or a moulder, but take him at his real worth." Chatterer says: "Hear, hear!" and reckons the "day of true democracy" has almost...

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

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. Mr J. R. Chisholm had some animal curiosities enclosed in a tent at the Show Grounds for the purpose of rais- ing money in aid of the hospital. The collection included a red heifer, which, when a calf, was left on the roadside by a travelling herd of cattle. It was picked up and taken to Mr Chisholm's home, where it was suckled by a goat, although the latter never took too kindly to it. The heifer has always shown a marked preference for the company of goats, on account of which she has been called the "Prodigal Daughter." Another curio was a capo- vis, a name given to a cross between a goat and a sheep. The animal is full grown, and bears distinct characteris- tics of its mother, the goat, and the ram, its father. The head and horns are those of the goat, while the rest of the body, like that of the sheep, is covered with a very fine silky cross- bred wool. The shape of the horns is like those of the goat, but the serra- tions are those found on the horns of th...

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

PERSONAL. Mr D. J. Brownhill, American Consu- lar Agent for North Queensland, resi- dent at Townsville, notifies that the reception in commemoration of the De- claration of Independence by the Uni- ted States of America will be held at the usual place, Lowth's Hotel, tomor- row, July 4, from 10.15 to 11.30 a.m. Mr. G. D. Mackay, secretary of the Northern Pastoralists' Association is paying a visit to Townsville. Mr George Lansell, the Australian quartz king, of Bendigo, who died in March last year, left property in West- ern Australia to the value of £183,202. With the exception of land at Williams, valued at £4955, the whole of the estate in Western Australia is personalty, in the form of fixed deposits at the Union and National Banks, Perth. The re- venue of Western Australia will benefit to the extent of over £18,000 in probate duties from the estate.       The application of Robert E. Peary, U.S.N., for leave of absence for three years (say...

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A FATAL ACCIDENT. AT CLONCURRY. CLONCURUY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

A FATAL ACCIDENT. AT CLONCURRY. (By Telegraph.) CLONCURUY, July 3. A fatal mining accident occurred in the Great Australian mine, and two men, William Skinner, aged 48, and William Donoghue, aged 52, were drowned by a rush of water from the old workings going into the main shaft, where the men were working. A shot was fired at 20 minutes to 8 this morn- ing in the south drive and water rushed in, filling the main shaft to a depth of over 70ft. Both bodies were recovered within an hour. The catastrophe was a pure accident, no person at the mine knowing of the old workings.

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The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1907. LOCAL SOURCES OF WEALTH PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1907. LOCAL SOURCES OF WEALTH PRODUCTION. Horse-breeding promises to be so im- portant an adjunct to the pastoral wealth production of North Queensland that local Associations who design to encourage soil settlement by exhibition of its best products are well-advised in making the horse show a leading fea- ture. This is the portion of a pastoral and agricultural exhibition which chiefly attracts the general public. Ring parade, pace exhibition, and jumping have much the same popular attraction as the old-style circus had for the present generation in their boy- hood's days — that or more or less highly educated, and skilfully handled horses. Though the new style of cir- cus, the "greatest show on earth"     kind is, naturally enough, still more popular, we regret the steady diminish- ment in them of horse performers as a factor in providing amusement for the public. The horses exhibited in Show Grounds are al...

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FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY. AT ULTIMO, N.S.W. SYDNEY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY AT ULTIMO. N.S.W. (Bv Telegraph.) SYDNEY,July 3. A fatal shooting affray took place at Ultimo late to-night. Albert Victor Welsh, a groom lately returned from India, and Walter Scott Laidlaw, a winchman. who said he had been worn Ing as a free laborer during the coal lumping trouble, were drinking at the Ultimo Hotel, Ultimo. They went out side and quarrelled; nobody seems to have witnessed the shooting, but five shots were fired. Some people rushed from the hotel Into the street and found Welsh prostrate with Laidlaw standing over his body with a revolver In his hand. The City Ambulance Bri gade were summoned and Welsh was hurried off to the Sydney Hospital, where it was found he had been shot through the heart. The man probably died Instantly. There was also a bullet In his left collar-bone. Laidlaw was arrested and gave as his explanation of the occurrence that he was rubbing the barrel of the revolver on his coat when Welsh shouted 'Take It from him.' Welsh...

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AQUATICS. DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

AQUATICS. DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. On Saturday, July 6th, the conclud- ing day of the Townsville carnival week, aquatic sports are to be held in the inner harbor, and a committee re- cently appointed has drawn up an ex- cellent programme of nine events.   These include, a cutter's race for the Naval cadets, a whaler's race open to all comers, and three events to be con- tested by ladies only. In addition there will be dinghy, and pair of oar races and special prizes for best turn out amongst the ladies and best get-up amongst the Townsville Minstrels. The afternoon's sport without the in- clusion of the popular greasy pole would savor too much of a diver- gence from an almost established rule in aquatic sports, and so the commit- tee have allowed the item. The flag- ship having on board the commodore of the Townsville Sailing Club (Mr J. Dillane) and party will anchor in the harbor and from her will be superin- tended the various races. No efforts are being spared by the c...

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WEST AUSTRAL A POLITICAL MATTERS. PERTH, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

WEST AUSTRAL A p. POLITICAL MATTERS. (By Telegraph.) PERTH. July 4. The State Parliament opens to-day. A Ministerial caucus was held yester day. It is stated that It was the most harmonious yet held. The Opposition have abandoned the proposal to intro duce a no-confldence motion.

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OUR LIVE STOCK BRISBANE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

OUR LIVE STOCK (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 4. The report of the Government (statis tician on the live stock of Queensland for 1906 shows that at the end of 1906 there were 14,886,438 head, or over 100 per cent, increase In four years. It Is ostlmated that at the end of the pre sent y«ar there will be from 18,000,000 to 50,000,000 sheep in the State.

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