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MR LEAHY AND MR JACKSON. BRISBANE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MR LEAHY AND MR JACKSON. BRISBANE, July 4. There is reason to believe that Mr John Leahy will be proposed for the position of Speaker. Such a motion would get a good deal of support from tho Government side of the House as well as from the Opposition. Mr George Jackson seems likely to be re-elected to the Chairmanship of Committees.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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CHARTKERS TOWERS. AFTERNOON CALL. CHARTER TOWERS, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

CHARTERS TOWERS. / AFTERNOON CALL. ' ' CHARTERS TOWERS, July 4. Jionnie Dundee, b lid B Is Id Brilliant, b 3d ', Bnlliunt Block, b 3s s 3s 9d £j: Brilliant Block, paid-up, b 4s 9 Brllliunt Extended, U Ss 9d s 7s 3d Brilliant Extended, paid-up, b Ids. -~ Cariington's United, b Ch 8d 8 7s :W Carrlngton's United, paid-up, h 9b (frt s 10s. Carrlngton's 1 and 2 East, b 2s Pd 5t 2»6d Carrlngton's 1 and 2 East, paid-up, ]- 2n lOd Day Dawn Gold Mines, b Is 2d s Is Gd Day Dawn School Reserve, b 9d s lOd; Durham Consols, b 3s Sd East Mexican, b Is 7d Qoltftn Alexandra, b 3a s 3s 3d Grant and. Sunset Extended, t- Cfll s 'tl Kelly's Queen Block, b 3e 4d s 3s 7d | Kulamadau, b Is 4d Kulamadau, paid-up, b 2s 3d K 2s t'l Marshall's Queen, b lOd Mart-hall's Queen, paid-up, b Is 10J Mills' United, b 153 9d s 16s 3d New Brilliant Freehold, b 2s 3d s 2r Sd New Oueen, s Is 6d Pfelfler's Day ©awn, b Ca 2d s Eh 53 PfeilTer's Dav Dawn, nnlrl.iin h Ra -M seaed '? ? Queen Central, paid-up, b 2s 9d a, ta 2d ...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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IRVINEBANK NOTES. (" N.Q. Herald's " Correspondent.) IRVINEBANK, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

IRVINEBANK NOTES. (' N.Q. Herald's ' Correspondent.) , IBVINEBANK, July 1. Renton s Independence Copper Mines, Ltd., at WatsonvUlc, have held their first meeting to start tho company. The directors are— Messrs J. R. Lelnstar. w. BUIlraan and H. J. Day; secretary, Mr E. A. Poole;. and manager, Mr A M. Renton. iA straight shaft to meet the. lode at 8«nafcMfer«s»ni^r.fl0ft. al the top shaft Is dip llrsV undertaking. At the Red Jacket tiiagt 5ft or- 4ft of black sulpbldWAreMne operated on, , whilst In anotWw' formation excellent' prospects are showing. ThlB show Is stated by. those who know to be a good thing. / ? The- ?Wohllodman Creek' vTtnlXCo's plant ,v&s^-rmally opeHed last MShday lp thepr«enceorft HumbdrAvlsllo™ *i^«^»^™vol,:th-i compjifl^-wh*, Woollooman property, are erecting a plant to work a floor of pug or clay containing coarse tin, which is proved to be 60ft. In length and 2ft. in depth, and is estimated to return 151b. of tin to the yard. On Friday the first gen ur...

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STATIC MATTERS. QUEENSLAND. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. BRISBANE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

STATIC MATTERS. QUEENSLAND; ? THE POLITICAL SITUATION. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 4. , It appears that a great deal of «e cieey was observed in the matter of the floating: Cabinet. The members left town last evening by tho Govern ment steamer Luclnda tn order to get on with the work to be presented to Parliament. It is taken for granted in political circles that the main principles of the Government's platform hare been agreed upon. The main point, of course, is the question of working with or without the assistance of other par ties. From the utterances of Ministers and from other statements which hava been made, It is now certain that th* Government will frame a policy calcu lated tn get the support of as manw (Continued on pags 6.) members as possible, and that thiB will ho tabled with the intimation that It muRl be accepted or the constitutional stop taken of depriving them of office. How loftg that may be Is another mat ter. One Labor member put the posi tion jLbus : ' The ...

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HERBERTON NOTES. (" N.Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) HERBERTON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

HERBERTON NOTES. (' N.Q. Herald's ' Correspondent.) HERBERTON. July 1. ?MenKrs i romnaui ana l^amnti h crush ing of 90 tons from the Good Friday yielded 11 tons 14c\vt. of black tin (13 per cent.). This claim seems to kIvc better returns as It noes down, and hns proved a very remunerative one to the fortunate, prospectors. At the adjoining claim, tho Good Enough, work has been started with two men. Applications for the forfei ture of this lease on the ground of not fulfilling working conditions has been twice made and the holders of the lease lined, so it is to be hoped that the ground will now be properly opened. The Hcrbcrton Tin Syndicate have purchased the machinery from the T.IJ.T. claim and are ro-erectlng it at their property in the Deep Lead. It is to be erected at the south bead of the Wet Gully near the Evelyn road. A shaft 7 x 4 in the clear is to be sunk here, and a dam constructed, so that sluicing operations can be carried on at the tip head. Mr R. Parkyn, a well-known...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

p' - ' ' ' 1/ y&CT sm&BT USHER S WHISKY. *J*M RHER'S 'SPECIAL RESIIVE 8.V.G.'1 I Has now been before the Consumer for nearly 40 years, and is to-day, (except for Greater Age), iHE SAME IN EVERt RESPECT, AS WHEN FIRST SUPPLIED IN 1867. ? ? '? \ ?? v ?? ? ? __ ? . It is Matured in Bond for Several Years Before Shipment, and is Guaranteed by Andrew Usher & Co. to be BURNS' PHILP & COMPANY, LIMITED, Sole Agents. BATNEB'S ? SAPES -C _. jJHi STRONG-BOOM DOORS. Rkff |WHIMPy'^^^5*2j THE RATNER SAFE CO., of BOW, ISM 9 TWlr-»^ ^SbIu LONDON, ONLY MANUFACTURE UK I imftfo£F*l2SSaf!& TWELVE CORNER BENT SAFES. BE y«pS5Hiv y T ^ HP ^(9 RATNER'S HAVE NEVER HAD A KB rlBwllHRi»L B^«0| safe opened by burglars or mm I gggaq flr thl*W4 Ifil the contents op one de |N \* T.y{. ; 1 jp -J'Wm la stroyed by fire. tS^''''''™-' '''VfHIlIC^^ ' Ja Queensland Agents— /-OyRSJ»2^S| S. HOFPNUNG & CO., LTD., INFLUENZA This disease usually leaves a couph or some catarrbal ...

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MOUNT MOLLOY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MOUNT MOLLOY, LIMITED. ': For the fortnight ending Juno 24, 1007, the manager reports as follows : — Development Work.— No. G Prospect ing Shaft : Sunk 14ft.. total 75ft. No. 5 Shaft : North drive 370ft. level ilrtven Hft. Gin., total 200ft. Cin.: ore In face is narrower and of li.wer grade. No. 4 Kasl Crosscut : 27flft. level driven ICfl., total iiift. Gin., passed through a second dyke, face Is in better class slate showing ealcile. East Crosscut Stope : 370ft. level is now opened 40ft. in length, having an average width -if 7ft.. but rising in smith the lode is IQtt. wide; ore continues In both ends of stope ami is more than self lluxln;; with good copper values. Intermediate Level : :520ft. (No. 1 winze)— In this stupe faces liotii ninth :unl south con tinue from lift, to Gft. wide. The ore is «f fair smelting quality, and the. copper contents are highly payable. 270ft. level is being extended north, following the dyke, driven 14ft., total 271ft. Mn. No. .1 Winze : 270ft. level ...

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FATAL MINING; ACCIDENT IN MILLS UNITED, CHARTERS TOWERS. TWO MEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

TATAL MINING) AC 3IDENT IN MILLS UNITED, CHARTERS TOWERS. TWO MEX KILLED. To-day about noon (says tho Charters Towers 'Telegraph' of Thursday) a fatal accident occurred at Mills' United mine, the victim who lost his life thereby being a young man named Herbert Cole, about 19 years of age. The other man, who was seriously injured, is named Frederick Roberts, a married man living at Queenton. It appears that the young man Cole was on day shift this week, but in order to allow one of the other men to get oft to attend the military parade on Wednesday ho changed shifts, and with Roberts was working in a rise from No. 10 level going to No. 9. They flred ihe 'cut' last night In order to eatcli un his ordinary shift Cole did what is known as a 'quick' shift this morning, and woe working with Frederick Roberts. Soon after *crib' time the sail accident occurred. Cole was 'monkey,' but it is said when the accident happened he was at the handle of the machine, and Roberts was giving hiiu a spe...

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GYMPIE DEVELOPMENTS. GYMPIE July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

GYMPIE DEVELOPMENTS. (By Telegraph.) GYMPIE July 4. . The Great Northern reports cutting the hangingwall of the Empire reef In tin: eastern cross-cut, ten feel from the shaft, but the quart/, is not yet broken. The country is conglomerate, the oot tom of level slate, and plumbago floors at l!-e back of the crosscut. No 7 Lady Mary crushed 35 tons i'o;- 3foz. of smelted gold.

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COPPER DISCOVERIES. GEORGETOWN, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

COPPER DISCOVERIES. fBv TeleeraDh.) GEORGETOWN, July 4. Further discoveries of copper loues have been made near Brodle's Gap in the same ground as previous ones .ve.ie. found. One lode is a green carbonate about 3fl. wide, assaying 24 per cent.; another is from Oft. to 7ft. of red oxide, assaying 28 per cent. As pros pecting continues indications prove the north of the Held to be a complete net work of mineral lodes, utterly disprov ing the statement that Georgetown is the northern edge of the bolt.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MINING. - Mr A, J. Draper. ? Secretary o£ O.K. Blocks, Ltd., Bupplleo the m&nagec'a fortnightly report to the 26th June as follows:— No. 1 north drive at the 104ft. level has been extended fin tun panraa of' tiie lode 19ft. making in ail luzfu from the side -of the west' crosscut. The ore exposed Is of a highly, basic nature, containing fair copper values. Prom the bottom of the winze at the same level a drive S.S.E. la -being put In, following on the nangingwall. The lode here is also a good width, highly basic and contains good copper values. At present this drive is in a distance ot 15ft. and judging from the course the lode is taking, it Is more than probable that by continuing the old crosscut west a few feet, we will intersect the lode to the bouUi. There are 100 tons of ore lying at grass awaiting transport to the smelters and this Is being dally augmented by what 1b broken in the course of development.

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TOWNSVILLE SHOW. THIRD DAY. THE CONSOLATION PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

TOWNSVILLE SHOW. THIRD DAT. THE CONSOLATION PLATE. There was only one (event the stew ards did not manage 'to get through during the two days set apart for the Show and that was decided on Thursday morning— the hunterw' con solation plate. Gofton led off on Wombat, going at a. lair pace oricj round. He tinned the sod wall. Mr W. J. Wallace's King put In a jfood round, also touching the sod wall. Williams sent Bangle at a solid pace, his. mount jumping wo.l. M'Lusklc went a solid round on Tip Top. Ferguson next tried Surrey, who put un a fair round. Trinket (Wil liams) hit the first fence. As a do dder Wombat, Klijg, Tip Top and Sur rey went a .second round, the lost shaping badly. Tip Top and Wombat were then sent together. Wombat rapped the first fence badly, and ttruck the sod wall . heavily Kendlns Gofton a somersault, landing him about 20 yards clear of the horse, and giving- him a nasty shakins. Tip Tof. (late Ormonde), with young M'Luskie, Rhaped well, and the ribbon went to h...

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

II3QMMER0IAL. I^WDjON WOGfL SALES. . Ig§£|trftlian estates and Mort Hgg|ifr-'&td^are in receipt of romrotH6r?^nd6nifllee re the RHfe^ «aJB:-Th6 list of ar mWSme;jtoui^i-«rUiB of Lojidon H^^/floerf. The total irwh ?mlipfrftve been for.war ?HpW **ks',*arrlW-

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CHAFINGS AND BLOTCHES. ZAM-BUK CURES ALL WINTER SKIN-TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

dlCHAFINGSANQ BLOTCHES. ZAM-BUK CURES ALL WINTER SKIN-TROUBLES. The keen winds of winter play havoc with a delicate skin, and frequently give rise to roughness, blotchlness, and feelings of rawness and Irritatinn The woman who is troubled in this way should anoint her face each night with Zam-Buk Balm, after having washed In tepid water with a pure soap, such ( as Zam-Buk . Medicinal Toilet Soap, and carefully dried with a soft towel. Zam-Buk will take away all soreness, , make the skin beautifully soft, clear, . and healthy, and the tendency to chap, even on cold, wet days, will not mani fest itself. Cold creams, common face . salves, and impure scented soaps are to be rigorously avoided. No woman who values her comploxion will use preparations which choke up the pores with animal fats and poisonous mineral products. Remember that Zam-BuTt Balm is made from the rich essences of rare plants, and is absolutely pure. Mrs E. Beaver, of Clifford Street, Parramatta North, N.S.W., has pro...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

METEOROLOGICAL fPnw fimowlns were the official mete ||MoKlfWl readings recorded at the |MtojMleiJraph Offlca for the 24 hours ?mSiJI/jutn. yesterday :— Barometer ig^&tea), 30.220; dry bulb, 71; wet MBfeyW.' The maximum temperature Smjtmgfma.the minimum 70.

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HUGHENDEN NOTES. ("N. Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) HUGHENDEN, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

HUGHENDEN NOTES. ('N. Q. Herald's' Correspondent.) HUGHENDEN, July 4. At the Police -Court on June 27th, the Inspector of Stock proceeded against John Surgeon, of Charters Towers, for a breach of the Brands Act of 1872. Se\ 16. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined ^6, costs Es 8d, one witness 5s,' in default levy and distress. The fine and costs were' paid. At the Small Debts Court on July 1st, before the Police Magistrate, S. A. White sued John Nelson for commis sion on Bale of racehorse Bloodwood, . £8 10s. Defendant paid £2 IBs' Sd. into Court, which plaintiff .accepted, and Vas ordered to pay £1 Is. professional costs .and 2s for defence.. Mr.A..F. B. Chubb for plaintiff and Mr Hempatead for defendant. . . ' . At. the Police Court on. July, 2, Robert Anderson. and Ludwlg Kqhler charge! with being drunk and disorderly .con duct on the mall train to '. Hughenden were fined. IDs each or 48 hours. The. .fines were paid. ,' ... The visitors at the Centra) Hotel for .week-ending 29t...

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HIGH TIDES AT TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

BOH TIDES AT NWSWUE. ^K High Udes to-day should bo at 5.30 ?|Un. ,-7ffc CIn.), and at C.BO p.m. (7ft. jglOin;). _.. ?

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ENTERTAINMENTS. THE KATE HOWARDE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE KATE HOWARDE CO. An appreciative audience attended the Theatre Royal on Thursday even ing to witness .the performance of 'London by night,' by Miss Kate Howarde's new musical and dramatic company. To-night 'The Double Event' will .be stagod.

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THE GAMBLING ACT. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

THE GAMBLING ACT. MELBOURNE, July 4. The Chief Secretary's Department has intimated that it is not proposed to take proceedings against any news paper under the Lotteries, Betting and Gambling Act for publishing betting odd3 before the events in cases of races run in countries beyond the Com monwealth.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

An officer of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons says It is e»sy to tell a horse's character by tho shape of his nose. If the l-r.il-lo has a gentle curve, and at the same time the ears ore pointed and sensitive, the animal may be depended on as being gentle, and at the same time high spirited. On the other hand, if the horse lias a dent in the middle of his nose it Is safe to set him down aa treacherous ? and vicious. A horse, with a slight concavity in the profile will be easily scared and need coaxing, while ono that droops his ears is apt to be .both lazy and vicious. Housewives should always ask for Jones1 IXL Jams, because they are the very best on the markets.* SARAMA can be applied with safety to the youngest babe, allays Irritation hrallne and antiseptic At the Musicale.— Enthusiast: 'Don't you think the chlaro oscuro was lino?' Non-musical Guest: 'Well, now, to bo plain with you, I liked the chicken salad better.' Km- children's Hacking Cough at Night. WoodH' Great P...

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