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A LAROR FOR CANEFISLDS. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

f UlROft SOH CAlffl£iBbD& SYDNEY. July «. QgpMtar^a wotktmythe t^(«5o^- from their attire, which was In some cases very curious, the men looked as fine a lot of laborers as could be seen. They appeared to be mostly about 21 to 26 years of age, without exception, arc all single men. The men are to sign on for eighteen months at from 22s 6d to 25s per week. Their pas sages have been paid out to Australia, but no provision has boon made for their return. The balance of those engaged, 340, are now on tliclr way out to Australia. In all, there a:e 123 Britishers. The men who ai-!!vcd liy the Bulow will be si-nt un tu northc-iu ports as soon as passages can bi- se cured for them by interstate juuuv.vs*.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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A REPORT FROM PAPUA. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

K REPORT FROM PAPUA. MELBOURNE, July 4. A communication hajJ been received by the Department of External Af fairs from Mr Stanlforth Smith, Director of Agriculture In Papua, re porting that he reached Fort Moreaoy on .Ufth May last, and that he had superintended the unloading of ten tons of plants and seeds, which he bad brought with him. Mr Smith Journeyed In a whaleboat some 80 or 40 mljes north-west of Port Moresby to see if there was any suitable land there (or an experimental garden, but while he saw one or two places suit able for his object, the land was in each instance under lease. He travel led over the portion of land taken up by Mr Bloomfleld and Sir Rupert Clarke, which he considers as good as anything he had seen in Papua. He Is engaged in revising- a... -drat t hand book of Papua, Having taken tor his model the handbook of the Federated Malar BUtes.. .Mr Smith.*** started . fcJgU«rtfcn of ooU.t rom ?.jtar^ojiB pmv tu» idc'-rthe ^tenltoty iraere/*4xlSiiIr. - tural sett...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, July 4. True canning exploration party in Wjest Australia has completed ita work of) exploring the interior and opening urt the stock route. The natives of the interior of West Australia are described fcy the party as being stalwart in phy slquc. They live oil spinnifex, rats, and bandicoots. * At the reception of Major-General Hoad at Charters Towers on.Wednes day, and again at the dinner In the evening, tho toastc ware most appropri ately honored in Porter's Bulldog Ale and Stout.— (Advt.)

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TO-DAY'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

TO-DAY'S MAILS. , TownBvllle to Hughenden : G a.m. Townsvtlle to Richmond and inter mediate places : 6 a.m. ? : Townsville to Charters Towers and rJntermedlate places : e a.m. and noon. y Ravenswood and placeR between Ra ^enswood Junction and Ravonswood : !pM a.m. and noon.

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 4. ?me steam collier owners and steve dores met to-day and decided on the proposals to be laid before the confer ence on the coal lumping dlsDute to morrow. Some concessions- have been made In a spirit of compromise for the well-being of Industrial life of the port. It is stated that there will be an al lowance of some extra payment for Saturday afternoons, but not all that the men desire. No work will be star ted at hours objected to unless under very special circumstances. Work dur ing meal hours will be discontinued as far as practicable, and the system of calling the men on -Sundays will very probably fee abolished. There 'will however, be a ' burying of . the hatchet ' In, respect tb the. question of foremanshlp; and tn|s might *e%a stumbling block towards the settlement in view of the strongly expressed views of the unionist delegates yesterday. , i' _. '=S. Teacher: 'Whatls Ceres the goldcHs' . of?' Bffle: ^Serlos, ma'am. Is the...

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

* '4 ' .' ' ? ; B- BELL -fc COMPANY'S No. 4 VESTAS. Reliable, and Unequalled in Quality. Obtainable Every where. BOLE AGENTS; Samuel Allen & Sons, Ltd. ?VTOETH JJUEDNaLAND HOUR IN GAQB & INVESTMENT COM PAOT, LXMJ.TEU. ; ,,..?- PLINDBR8-8THBBT, TOWNSVTLLBL THIS Company Is prepared to HAKH ADVANCES AGAINST REAL ES TATE) at IiOW HATES of INTEREST. U C. WOOLBTOH, ' ?' Secretary, ? — ?-» . TT RL {THOMSON. FLINDERS-STREET, TOWNSVUiLa Real Property Salesman, Auctioneer, Certificated Apditor, Insurance Mid General Commission Agent Mn'MB*Tg Agent and Attorney In N. Queensland for the NORTHERN FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY of LONDON. Capital: {8,000,000. Funds: £7412,100. .Policies issued and Claims paid by the Undersigned H. R. THOMSON. 5JOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE O COMPANT. FIRE, MARINE. ACCIDENT, FIRE) and MARINE RISKS of every description a* LOWEST CURRENT RATES. Wool Covered from Sheep's Back. All kinds of ACCIDENT BUSINESS transacted, Including PROTECTION to EMPLOYERS under WORKER...

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

For Bronchial Coughs take . . i Woods' Peppermint Cure, Is 60.* j^j WORMS HI CflRBREH, H LTHOUGH Intestinal and Stomach Worms are one of the most common ailments in ' children, yet there are but few mothers who understand its nature or realise Its seriousness, or have any. idea as to its cause. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused by these parasitical animals that Mest the stomach and bowels, but the more serious consequences which will follow that must be kept in view. From. the highly organised and sensitive parts which they occupy. Worms give rise to great constitutional derangements and produce a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting the stomach and the head. Grinding of the teeth, violent movements of tf« legs and arms, and undue flow of saliva which causes frequent efforts to swallow during sleep denote the presence of worms. When awake there is a constant desire to pick the nose and scratch the anus. The bowels are irregular, and frequently the movem...

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SEARCH FOR WRECKAGE. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

SEARCH FOR WRECKAGE. (By Tc]«'ianlO SYD.NKV, July 1. ?me pilot steamer Captain Cook re turned to port last night after an un successful search for wreckage oil the south coast.

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SERIOUS RIVER ACCIDENT. BRISBANE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

SERIOUS RIVER ACCIDENT. (Bv Tclccranh.) linlSBANE, July 4. A sensational river accident occurred at Pinkcnba railway wharf this morn Jng, which resulted in the small steamer Youne Mat bciim sunk, it appears that the Government steamer Cormorant called in at rinkenh.-i to pick up a doctor. The Orontes was alongside the railway wharf anil the Young Mat was near her bmv. The Cormorant came in near the iirunti-s's stern ami moved up stem first until Bhe struck the Young Mat, whl«-h was evidently cut In two mid sank in four minutes in COft. of water, An engineer named Younger on the Young Mat was slightly injured. Younger was in' the Btokehnlc when the mishap oraunvil and had a narrow esr-ape.

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

MUTORAMA. An Interesting show rnlliloil the mutorama may be seen dnlly ln Flin ders-street. The pictures are excep tionally good, produced by the use of a simple sclnetlflc principle, convey Tn a graphic way an idea of the great recent earthquake at San Francisco, the Indian Durban at Delhi, In all Its barbaric splendor, and' n 'large series of comic pictures.

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MADAME ALBANI'S CONCERT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MADAME ALBANI'S CONCERT COMPANY. Madame Albani with her concert company (Mr William Green, Miss Myrtle Meggy, Mr Haydn Wood, ami Mr Theodore Flint) will tippenr in Townsvllle ut the Theatre Royal for one night only— Monday next. The reputation of Madame Albani and her company is so much a matter of general knowledge that detailed re ference to their triumphs in the world of music would savor of hyperbole. The Brisbane 'Dally Mull' says:— 'There Is no weak spot in the com pany; all arc stars of thc first mag nitude' Referring to Madame Albani, Mr C. H. Gibbons, who in directing the renowned singer's round-lhc world tour says 'Seldom a day passes without I am asked the meaning of the letters O. M. attached to Madame Album's name,' and I have explained that the letters stand for 'order of merit,' the English decoration corresponding to die French Legion of Honor, which w;is Instituted by King Edward for tin- special re cognition of the geniuses of the Um pire In arts, science and liter...

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A WELL SHAPED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

A WELL-SHAl'lJD HAND. Nothing Is moro admired than a well shaped hand, wliich is easily obtain able with a Good Fit I inS Glove. A shipment ot Ladies' Kid, Suede, and i'-am-ic Gloves has Junt l-een opened foi the Coming Carnival Week at Len non's. Special Reductions have been made for Lucky Losers of Gloves at the Races— 2s «d Gloves, six pairs for 13s 9d ; 2s lid ditto, 0 pairs ICs ; 3s Cd ditto, 6 pairs 19s Cd ; 3s lid ditto, 6 pairs 22s ; 4s lid ditto, Cs pairs 27s Cd; .40 glove wagers are made easy at Lcnnon's.— (Advt.) Tommy: 'So glad you've come, Mr Bowlegs!' Mr Bowlegs (fishing for compliments): 'And why are you so glad I've come, my little man?' Tommy: 'Ethel and I are playing at trains, and you'll make such a lovely bridge.'

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TWO NEW BILLS. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

TWO N£W BILLS. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July J. The Bill announced In the Senate to day to amend the Judiciary Act will provide for the High Court having su preme Jurisdiction in matters arising out of the Constitution, and In mailer* concerning the State. The other Bill mentioned by Sena tor Best is of importance to State Treasurers. It will be a short meas ure, giving the Commonwealth power to allow the States to levy Income tax on all incomes derived from the Com monwealth, provided that no difference . is made between persons earning such incomes and ordinary citizens.

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ARBITRATION CASE SHEARERS' WAGES, ETC. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

ARBITRATION CASE SHEARERS'' WAGES, ETC. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 4. Addressing the Federal Arbitration Court on the shearing dispute to-day, Mr Shand, for the pastorallsts, said that the main argument put forward on behalf of the shearers was mat since 1S91 their work had become more difficult, and consequently slower by reason of the fact that sheep had been brought to . a ? higher degree of per fection and produced more wool. \ In unswer to that, the pastorallsts said that the, Introduction of machine Shearing had compensated Ihe shear ers to such an extent that the remu neration was really as great as, If not greater than In 1891. Justice O'Connor said it seemed to be conclusively established that the increase of weight by density of wool and :1m number of folds upon the necks of sheep would increase the diffi culty of the hand shearer and take him a longer time to shear than be fore ; but the evidence pointed to the conclusion that the men \-ho totik readily to the machine a...

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MALTREATED BY A CROWD RIOTOUS CONDUCT IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MALTREATED BY A CROWD RIOTOUS CONDUCT IN SYDNEY. (Bv Teli-=ranh.) SYDNEY, July 4. Something approaching a riot oc curred at Miller's Point to-night, and a free laborer named Kingston was badly Injured. Kingston was engaged in coiling the steamer Persic at Dal gety's wharf, and after he loft the wharf he was set upon by a number of men who were standing on the cliff near by, and who began to throw stones at him. He was hit several ?'times. A crowd began to* gather in the nelghobrhood, and the police had some difficulty in rescuing Kingston from the howling: mob, composed of men, women and children. Having got hold of the Injured man, from whose head and face blood was htreamlng, the police had to fight their way through the crowd to the police sta tion. They ? were followed by several hundreds of people. llie station was at last reached, but the crowd con tinued to howl outside. Two con stables and Kingston, on leaving the police station for the hospital, mado a rush for the tram and...

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MATCH ABANDONED. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MATCH ABANDONED. LONDON. July 4. The test match between tlie English and Socth African teams has been abandoned owing to the rain.

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VOTE OF CENSURE MOTION. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

VOTE- OF CENSURE MOTION. (By Cttale.) LONDON- Julv 4. Mr Alfred Lyttelton's vote of censure motion will be discussed on July 10.

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ENGLISH RACING LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

'.ENGLISH RAGING my Cable.) LONDON. .Tulv 4. The Duke of Cambridge's lnivliein resulted— Malua 1, Camlsara 2, Roseate Dawn 3.

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THE FINANCE BILI. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

THE FINANCE BILL. (By Cable.) LONDON. July 4. in connection with the Finance Bill, Mr 'Asquith (Chancellor of the Ex chequer) resisted an amendment reduc ing the income tax to lid, though lie denied stating that the tax would be. permanently is. The amendment was negatived by 26G votes to 95. klr Asquith consented to pensions, superannuation allowance, and deferred pay being treated as^ earned Incomes entitled to pay the reduced tax of 9d.

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BRITISH POLITICS. ADMIRALTY'S POLICY CRITICISED LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

BRITISH POLITICS. ADMIRALTY'S POLICY CRITICISED (By Cable.) LONDON. July 3. The ' Pall Mall Gazette ' states that there is uneasiness in high naval quar ters at the Admiralty's policy of re stricting repairs and reducing tho ner sonnel. Lord Cawdor has given notlco to ask Lord Tweedmouth (First Lord of the Admiralty) many questions on the subject.

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