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DALZIELLS TIN MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

DALZIELL'S: TIN MINES.. Mr A. J. Draper, secretary of Dal zlull's Tin Mines, Ltd., lurnisliv.s the following report by the managing rlfvnrlnr Mr Jnir.p« ltrodin. in 2H^1 June: — I visited L'alziell's on 20lh June. A crushing of 5S9 Inns hail boon cleaned up for 26 tons of black tin. which Ik all at the batten, arid llic.-e are J7 bags of seconds belonging to the last (Tiishii'.g 01. the llnor. Mino: The opnn cut is sUill showing gonil nre and ap pears ir- dip more to the south -weKt. The wins!'! at the !-3ft. level has benn started usaln, aivl it is down 6rt. in fair ore, I samplid this winze on th-: bottom, which s-avo 3 per cent. Th-s width is not known, as th^ ore is still 1 m three sides and the bottom of Ihu openeut in. 37ft. above this. There ii good ore all alon-j the drive where tin; winze Ik started end the bottom of U11 npen cut. The rise from the tunnel is up 27ft. It will have to underlie faster to the wi-Ft to ciitch the ore in the winze from the i.'ift. level. The winz...

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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CAIRNS STOCK KXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

? CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. ; (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, June 23. The following are the lattst quota tions :— Chillagoe, naid, b 6s s Ps 6d; Mun gana, b Jls s 11s Cd; O.K., b 9s 6d b -ts 8d; Mount Molloy. b 20s s 21s; Chilli goe-Ruddigore, b £1.4 Vs Cd s £15 5s; Charsley's Native Star, con., a £8; paid, s £10; Endeavor anil Leslie, b £8 10s s £10 10e; Vulcan, b 7s 9d s 8s 3d; Stan nary Hills, b 5s 6d s 5s 9d: Vulcan Hope, con., s Is; paid, s 2s; Dalziell's, b 5s 5d s 5s 9d; Gilmore, b 7s 2d s 7s 4d; Mitchell River Gold and Antimony, s 9s; Durham Consols, b 3s lid s Is 2d. . Sales. O.K. at 9s 7d; Mount Molloy at L'Os 6d; Dalziell's at 5s 6d, Cs 7d and Hs Sd; Durham Consols at 4s.

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CHARTERS TOWERS. NOON CALL. CHARTERS TOWERS, June 29 [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

CHARTERS TOWERS. NOO.V CALL. CHARTERS TOWERS, June Z\- Bonnie Dundee, b Is Id s Is 3d Brilliant B!oek. 'J 2s Sd b 3s 4d Brilliant Block, paid-up, b 8s 6d s 4s 6.1 Brilliant Extended, b 6s 6d s 7s Brilliant Extended, paid-up, s 10s Carrlngton's United, b 6s 8d s 6r lid Carringtdn's 1 and 2 East, b 2s Id s Ss^Bd Ctrrlngtbn's 1 and 2 East, paid-up, #b 28 6d Clark's Brilliant Worcester and Via tory.paid, s C4d Day Dawn P.C., s Is 2d Day Dawn Gold Mines, e Is 6d Day Dawn School Reserve, b SHrtl a M Deej» Levels, paid, a 2s Id Durham Consols, b 4s East Mexican, b Is lOd e 2s ? Ooldflh' Alexandra, b 3s s 8s 2d Kelly's^Queen Block,' b 3s 4d s 3s Sd Kelly'a'Queen Block, paid, b 4s s 4a 2J KfflMmidau, b Is Id S 13 24 Kulainadau, paid, b&- s 2s Id Maflttall's Queen,. n..lll4d s Is Id MlinSvtonlted Gold Mines, b 10b Cd R ??y*:&&jM *.:?? ?? ? ????'? New-Brilliant Freehold, b 2s 3d b 2s hi IJonrJiJQu'een, pald-'Up, b 79 Warn*'* Day ©awn, b Ss 2d s Bs Sd 'Mm*f* -Pw *-*wn, p...

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SPEECH BY LORD LANSDOWNE. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

SPEECH BY LOUD LANSDOWNE. LONDON, June 2fl. The Marquis of Lansdowne, speaking at the Liberal Union Club, said the Colonial Conference established the fact that the colonial offer of preference was firm, yet the Government refused to discuss It lest It should raise the question of food taxation, though £14,000,000 was already Imposed on that source. He describi 1 tlie sugar con vention as a policy of freetrade pru dery, the Government being unwilling to raise a finger in defence of freetrade asainst combinations such as trusts and cartels, yet the Government guar anteed £5,000,000 to protect Boer farm ers from the Rand magnates. The Go vernment proposals regarding land.cn croachod on the principle of freetrade in land. Sir H. Campboll-Hanncrman's proposals with reference to the House of Lords would put the House of Com mons and the people under tho heel- of any Government, no matter for what purpose they were elected. Bills would be badly drafted, closured, guillotined, and hurried ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

You often sing of England, And of Ireland, too, and Wales, And the 'Braes of Bonnie Scotland,' With her stirring Border Tales: . But don't forget Australia (No other skies are bluer), And Its famous household remedy Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.*

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BRITISH POLITICS. COLONIAL PREFERENCE MEASURE. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

BRITISH POLITICS. COLONIAL PREFERENCE MEASURE. (By Cable.} LONDON, June 2S. Mr Alfred Lyttelton gave notice In the House of Commons to move that the House regrets that Hie Government declined the Imitation unanimously preferred by (ho Prime Ministers of the self-governing colonies to consider fa vorably some form of a colonial pre ference measure for the closer com mercial union of the Empire on a pre ferential basis.

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A SECOND READING. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

A SECOND READING. LONDON. June 21). The Australian States Constitution and Colonial Statutes as Evidence Bill was read a second time in the House of Commons.

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MISS CLARA BUTT. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

MISS CLARA 1JUTT. LONDON. June 30. Miss Clara Bull (Mrs Rumfnrd) had an enthusiastic reception at a farewell concert in the /llbert Hall. The Queen wrote regretting that she was unable to be present, and wishing success to Miss Butt.

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BALLONISTS DROWNED. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

I3ALLOONISTS DIIOWKED. LONDON. June 30. Two balloonlsts from Dunkirk have been drowned in Ihc Channel.

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TOO MUCH RAIN. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

TOO MUCH RAIN.V LONDON, June 28. Owing to the fact that -the rain is threatening the British hay crop, the Bo«d of Agriculture has issued a'clr ivv ;??'-.. ?..??'? '? ? ?. , .' ' ?'????- .'. ?? cular calling farmers' attention to the advantages of ensilage.

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OUTPOSTS OF THE EMPIRE. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

OUTPOSTS OF THE EMPIRE. LONDON. June 30. The ' Standard, ' ' Globe,' and other newspapers express the utmost sad.s fiicllon at New Zealand's.; Intention 'to discuss the geographical, political, and commercial conditions of the new do minions, and trust that the change will further promote mutual goodwill among the outposts of the Empire.

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SITUATION IN IRELAND POLICE AND A CROWD IN CONFLICT. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

SITUATION IN IRELAND POLICE AND A CROWD IN CONFLICT. (By Cable.) LONDON.' June 29. Thirteen out of 17 defendants at Birr (King's County) charged with remov ing cattle from a grazing farm were ordered to find bail in £10. They de fiantly refused and were sent to Tulla more jjaol fur two months. A crowd stoned IGfl police, who wvru escorting the prisoners; the police were com pelled to charge, and 20 persons, in cluiiins six police, were injured.

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DISORDERS IN RUSSIA. ESCAPE OF PRISONERS. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

DISORDERS IN RUSSIA. ESCAPE OF PRISONERS. (By Cable.) LONDON, June 30. While political prisoners were exer cising in the yard of the prison at Sevastopol a bomb destroyed the wall and 20 political prisoners escaped after killing the sentinel.

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AFFAIRS ON THE RAND. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

AFFAIRS ON THE RAND. LONDON, June 29. Eight hundred time-expired Chinese left the Rand yesterday homeward bound. The sinking of the Hercules mine on the East Rand lias been stopped. Had the work been con tinued the reef would have been cut In 190S.

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THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE. LONDON, June 30. The Duke of Devonshire's strength Is well maintained. .^^ii'.J&WA

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A WARLIKE NOTE SOUNDED. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

A WARLIKE NOTE SOUNDED. LONDON, June 30. The ' New York Herald ' and ' San Francisco Call ' are agitating lo send the most powerful warships of the ? United States to the Pacific, where, In their opinion, they are most llkCly to be needed. They describe1 as treason able nonsense the policy of keeping a weak force In the Pacific with a view to sparing the Japanese susceptibilities.

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PEACE CONFERENCE PROPOSALS. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

PEACE CONFERENCE PROPOSALS. LONDON, June 28. The ' TimeB ' correspondent who is attending the Hague Peace Conference states that the greater proportion of the proposals before the conference re lates., to the rights and interests of neutrals, which arc now advocated at the expense of belligerents. If any considerable number of the proposals arc adopted private interests will be guarded to such an extent that war possibly will be robbed of half Its ter rors and inconveniences and campaigns will be prolonged.

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A DIVIDEND. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

A DIVIDEND. LONDON. June 29. The Australian Agricultural Society has declared a dividend of 40s.

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WEAVING TRADE DEPRESSION. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

WEAVING TRADE DEPRESSION. LONDON. June 29. Owing to the unsatisfactory charac ter of the weaving trade, due to the poor quality and scarcity and dearness of yarn, 150,000 operatives will be Idle -for a fortnight In October by general agreement among the cotton spinners and manufacturers of the north and north-east of Lancashire.

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TROOPING THE COLORS. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

TROOPING THE COLORS. LONDON, June 29. The usual trooping of the colors took place at Whitehall. At the Ministerial dinner Lord Elgin's gue3ts Included Sir Reginald Talbot (Governor of Victoria) Captain Collins (Commonwealth repre sentative in London), and the Agents General.

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