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CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRN'S, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS. July 4. The following were to-day's -iuota- tiont :— Cliillagoe, paid, b 8s «d s Ss 9d; Mun gana, b 10s 9d u 11s 3d; O.K.. b 3s 3J s »s 9d; Mount Molloy. b 20s s 21s: Hampden Cloncurry, b i2s 6d s 13s fid, Chillagoc-Ruddlgorc, b £14 k W-; En deavor and Leslie, b 18 s £D; Vulcan, b fis s Ss 9d; Stannary Hills, b »s 5J k 6s Dd; Smith's Creek, b 9s Od s 10s 3d; DalzlcM's, b 4s 9d s 5s 3d; Giltnore, b 7s s 7s 4d; Dead Finish, b £8 b £10: Mitchell River, s 7s 6d: Durham Con sols, b 3s lid s 4s 3d. Sales. Mungana at 10s lid and 11s; Stan nary Hills at 5s 7d.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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LONDON METAL MARKETS. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

LONDON METAL MARKETS. (By Cable.) LONDON. Julv 4. The following are the latest quota tions :— Copper, spot, £9S 5s to £99 10s; for ward, £93 10s to £93 15s. Tin. spot, 1198 to IMS 10s; forward. £1« to £1S4 10s. I-ead, £21 10s; forward, £20 12s.'

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

THIS DAY. Amusements — Townsville Turf Club Annual meet ing, Cluden, 12 noon. Kale Howarde Dramatic Company, Theatre Royal, 8 ji.in. Mutorama, opposite Post Office, 10 a.m.

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

TO-DAY'S ANTICIPATIONS. Some capital racing may be antici pated at Cluden to-day. Operations wfll.Soommonce at 12.16 so that passen gers by' the 11.40 a,m. train will reach the, course In ample time for the open ing event, the Cludemmlle. Our antici pations are— TURF CLUB MILE. Emerajd ? 1....... 1 '' Tlie Jester ..,.. ? '.^S Weronga ? 3 SECOND FLUTTER. Nun Nicer ? 1 Lady Ayr ? 2 Lurline ? 3 SECOND HANDICAP HACK. Tenny ? 1 The Thief ? 2 Cliflon ? 3 TOWN PLATE. Rivulet ? 1 CSarcoii ? 2' Carllst ? 3 SHORTS HANDICAP. I.urllne ? 1 Mimosa ? 2 l-ady Ayr ? 3 SELLING RACE. The Jester ? 1 AVeronga ? 2 Topaz ? 3

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

TO-DAY'S HANDICAPS. The following handicaps have reni declared for the event* to be decide! to-dav r.t Cluden' — SECOND PLl.'TTRR. 4 furlongs. Lady Ayr ... 9 7 Kohinoor ? 7 13 Clifton ? 9 .r- Royalty ? 7 10 M'.mosa ? 9^2 The Thief ... 7 12 WoJuku ? 9 0 Rejected ? 7 9 Nun Nicer ... 8 9 Solitude ? 7 7 Lurline ? 8 6 Ettrlck ? 7 7 Lammermoor -- 6 Heckla ? 7 7 Pardon ? 8 3 Kitty ? ...7 7 Quite So ? 7 13 ? SECOND HACK, 7 furlongs. Clifton' ? 9 0 The Thief ... 7 12 T«nny ? 8 11 Kins ? 7 10 Pardon ? R 1 Valley ? 7 7 Trafalgar ... 8 9 Ettrick ? 7 7 Kohinoor .... 8 0 Lanoline ? 7 7 Royalty ? 8 0 . ?- SHORTS. 5 furJonSB. Lady Ayr ... 9 4 iLurllnc .'....& 3 Mimosa ? 8 11 Quite So ..... 7 S Waluku ? 8 S Dago ....:.'... 7 -i The Raven ..8 8 Philadeiphus. 0 12 Curlew ? !- 7 Solitude ? 0 7 Nun Nicer ... 8 6 Heckla ? 6 7 TURF CLUB MILE. Carllst ? B 2 Lady Ayr ... 7 13 /Rivulet ? 9 2 Tit Bits ? 7 9 Emerald .... 8 12 Topaz ? 7 7 ?Derolne ? 8 11 Slai ? 7 - Weronga .... 8 7 Lord Corroll . 7 4 Th...

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BOXING BRISBANE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

BOXING (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July 4. The State amateur boxing champion ships were contested to-night. In the bantam class, Cantwell beat Felsman. In thc featherweight, Roughsedge beat Bingham. In the welter weight, Munro beat Harriss. In the middleweight, K. B. Cameron beat C. Knight, the contest lasting under a minute. In the heavy weight, A. E. Cameron beat Munro, and K. B. Cameron beat Frawley.

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COMMONWEALTH. THE MAIL CONTRACT. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

COMMONWEALTH. THE MAIL CONTRACT. (By Telegraph.! MELBOURNE, July 3. As anticipated, the mall contract , bualness .was to-day brought to ?k ' close, and it was . Announced in the Speech' from the Throne that It had been ' cancelled. Subsequently, Mr Deakin explained that the contract with the Orient Cotn jjSMUiy had been renewed until Febru mtr.JU, 1609, on the same terms as at toWWht, riamely, £120,003 per year ; and ginner Mid, 'tenders will at once be limtea for a .service to commence In Hush; MM. We want to give every - tjtjMfMeaty pt time, so that if necee l^oW.ahlps can be built' ? HHlpftr- ;f(- fluesttons. Mr Deakin MK£ii%{*»w» *'* been i***1' WffimMn OoUlM. it was no Me ?PIpPlM, io« we 4$*deM- NKhttottoe wNaUicellatton this morn Mr Deakin stated, in reply :— 'This, phase of the question has been before our Law Officers, who report that there is nothing in it. Our position is as sured and unassailable.' Afterwards the Prime Minister hin ted that the syndicate would not be too ...

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THE DIPPING OF STOCK. QUESTION OF COMPULSION. MEETING OF STOCKOWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

^l'SS^?.|pii|pr' QUESTION SF COMPJJJLSION. ?A fneetlns Ot J*e North. Queensland PMJorellsU' ;A8irac!fl.Uon was hel4 a* thp,-)flJce.6f the ;8-scrctijry UjiJ^W. A. , Ackers) on Thursday mornlrie. whcft there Mrsrp, present. Messrs If. Gray ' (BtjjgneniJen, In U-p chair), A. W. D. White (Blu«(.pownB), T- S. Markham (Hlllgrove), n. ChrisUeon (Lammor mcor), J. H, Rao (Inkerman), L. O. Micklem .(Valley, of iiagoons), R. Ann Ing (Cargoon). c . K. I?eel (Tarbrax), W. Ireland, XTowniivllle), M. Flynn (Ingliam), -P. . McDowall .(ChrjBtmac Creek), -R. ChristlBon, jun. (Inker man), J. Burgeon (Charters Towers), . A. H. W. ? Cuutilngham (Strathmcre), M. Foster (S^onlngton), A.'iReld (Qlondower), A Shepherd (SlHrayj, 6. Allen. (Ingham), C. Clarke (Maryvale), W. Erey (Car Konn), A. and H. Foot (Cardlngton), M. Dfttcy -S£ Ronaris), T. J. Atkinson (Gunnawara); B. Alllngham (Muralam becn)., F. . Cassloy (Mungalla and Wattrvlew),- G. D. lIcKay (inspector of the United Pastorallsts' Associa tion, Rockh...

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

NEW ZEALA8D INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. AULDANA WINES. k. 1O EXHIBITS, 1O PRIZES, 8 GOLD P MEDALS and X SILVER MEDAL. !£??? ? : fen 4 ~~~ — : ? ~r- B|rigain6t all comers secured First Prizes for Claret fetfV^ Sherry, Port, thablis, Frontigtfac, Con HSRi- — stantia, Muscat, Burgundy, Tokay. |rEC0I1I1£NDATION| Pm fWDLFESl SCHNAPPS Vf AS th» lartfcat Sate of an? ctntfl* brand of spirits In Australia, OVER 1.000.000 BOTTLES SOLD ANNUALLY. It Is good for all. It tea a pur*, bracing tonlc tnedlclna that acts'on th* kidneys and bladder. hwli THE EVID12NCE AKD REASON WHY TTlFE SAVED (W Tiie Evidence $&)3 /i-,: hi t; Him Inn SI.. C.tmprnlnivu. X.S.W., Jnl. i.-,ili.ig'u.-'Attlfi-.ip.rorfom f..r niiiuirf!''5 1 1' tli'ui cui'iii 'clt-i' w-.i-uiuy; «liso^sv, mul \v;«* only skin :ni.l bout: wu thoughl he ntm -1- ins- Almost Inokeil lle.-nt.d. I sent for a bulllu of ScoltVHiMulsiun. nml before it ivns ]l:ilirnii-.llccniiL-,lysclltLT.v slopped; lire liov wns much rsmcr 'ami su-iil well, nml n...

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

?ltf- TT fij Iff:.. '^ *^: /^STEAMERS are Intended to be jl^ fcatched. trom JETTT .WHABJV -M -»»««?:— ? ' . ' ? ?' ? .- £? -.; *BOWI?N 1 ' ^' ' HACKAY t : . KOCKHAMPTON f ARAMAC, -Keppel Bay) \ Monday, July 8th, BRISBANE] I , l'jwn. BUNDABERG* I HABY'B'R'UGH* SYDNEY | WYANDRA, v MELBOURNE! 1 Monday, July 16, , Tnmshlpplng for I 1 p.m. 'Adelaide and Fremantle ? _. BOWBN ' ( BINGERA, MACKAY Every Monday. GLADSTONE f , At ».« BRISBANE ( ' from 1 RaUway Station. CAIRNS j WYANDRA, PORT pOUGLASJ Vedn'sday, July 10, COOKTOWN j at 2.30 p.m. ? .) From Jetty. *~~ MARANOA. COOKTOWN [Saturday, July 20, , THURSDAY IS'Dl 2 p.m. NORMANTON |From Town Wharr BURKETOWN j Cargo received op to 5 p.m. Fridays. LUCINDA POINTl KURANDA. CARDWELL j Every Monday. IMOURILYAN | 10 a.m. I GERALDTON | Prom Jetty 'Wharf J CAIRNS }No cargo received / PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. BRISBANE f MARANOA, Cdlreot) { Friday, July 12th, 'At reduced fares | 9 a.m. From Tpwn Wharf Transhipping at Brisbane. Tar full particulars ...

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SENSATIONAL ACCIDENT. ON AN ITALIAN BARQUE. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

SENSATIONAL ACCIDENT. ON AN ITALIAN BARQUE: ? (By Telegraph.) ' SYDNEY, July 4. , A sensational -accident occurred this afternoon on the: Italian barque Avantl :Sovola. About a doxfn of the crew .'were put to work on a windlass to ?neave tne ancnor. ah or a .sudden '«omethlnff went wrong With the cap ,paa wlndlass.And the result was that ?|he capstan oar whirled round at a jrn&t rate. jcho men were knocked off PjJMIV^e«t and bare flew --out' and ?|m6cked other members -it : fho crew SW$Jtt.'7Uttle .hope pi recovery Is en acrjatned-'for one; Bernaicte NIola, who mmttmnB-irom adeprfgB«^1r^ture |j^*feuU «omeredl Carlo VOstalried Ifjjacture'pf. the left leg; Genta.Bran ^CQ,4nJJWles to the back, and Luolllo |S||r«-triJuries to the hood, irfaejr have

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H.M.S. PYRAMUS. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

H.-M.S. PYHAMUS. (P.y Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 4. The Pyramus, which was stranded on C Reef on June 23 and lloaled off mi the following Wednesday, moored in Farm Cove this morning. The warship was not In any danger when left belli ml hy the Tainan. Steps were immediately taken with a view of getting the Pyr.i mus off without further outside assist ance. A quantity of heavy gear had been Bent on hnarrl Hie T«in.-;;i. :i r i ? 1 after that a further )..t was ri-mnv.-l aft from the fore pan of tin- cruiser. Thirty tons of coal w-i-r- j.-( ti.«o:i.-,I. At low tide the crew were able to se curely shore the ship, and an extra weight was taken aft the Pyranvis was brought to a more even keel. As the fore part lifted chocks were pl.-.e-il in position, thus rondel-lug imposslii!i- ,i:iy slipping hack to the former position. These operations coiilimi''! dining Monday and Tuesday, and, in addition. three kedge anchors were run out well astern. On Tuesday night, while tin tide was rising, every...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT THE SENATE. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT THE SENATE. ? (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 4. In the Senate to-day, Senators were Informed that Bills relating to bills ot exchange, checues.t and promissory nules ; and to amend the Judiciary Act and so render salaries payable by the Commonwealth liable to taxation. Would shortly be introduced. Senator Best stated, in reply tn Senator Chataway, that a publication issueu under authority of the Imperial Government had been circulated In London warning British farm laborers from going to 'Queensland sugar fields. This matter, had been dealt with by Ministers in London. The debate on the Address-ln-Reply was resumed by Senator Millen, who charged the 'Government with great negligence with reference to the mall contract fiasco. ' Senator Best made a vigorous reply. An Interesting speech was made by Senator Walker, who thought a com promise should be Dossible between the. extreme protectionists and the ex treme freetraders. Senator St. Ledger maintained that extreme...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. MELBOURNE, July 4. THE MAIL CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. . (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 4. THE MAIL CONTRACT. - In the Houce of Representatives to day The matter of Ihc deposit in connec tion with the mall contract was dis cussed. Mr Fraser wanted to know about the security held by the Government. Mr Deakin (Prime Minister) was very vague in Mb reply. The sum of £2500, he said, was. held in cash, and there was. In addition a bond for £26,000.' He believed this bond was in London. Pressed further, he eaid so far as his memory went the London security was In the form of a Vaoud which was guar anteed by Barclay and Company. He was glad to be afcle to say* that steps had already been taken to realise upon' the bond. Mr Thomas asked several questions. This brought the Prime Minister up witli an eXDlauation that It was highly Important to lose no time, so that intending tenderers could. If neces sary, prepare plans for new ships. Mr Wilks here interjected :— It ,ivas all plans last time. MISCELANEOUS MATTERS. In rep...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

MUmma. f^':fia$3VAL&: : , HffijIfflyi*.^LaB8 o' Cowrie, s, Captain X BHEeUivtrom Port Douglas via ports. |i£«sen»rs:-MeBdiimes Lewis, Heath Sa.C5TioTiAi ..«n« Hnrienn: Messrs Cole. HBM& M. Cornell. laingley,. , Abra ^K»La, Anglilm, Chase; Master Chase; IproiriO in the steerage. Howard Smith WflBfci&M,, agents. . fi&3uly 4.— 'Wollowra. 6, Captain D. Kerr, ^(foni Cairns. Passengers :— Mesdames *$&' Cunningham. Wills and boy; Miss ?iJSWarren; Messrs B. B. Torpy, Towson, ijf'jBV Powell, Steller, J. E. Levy. Twynam f'jJBD,. j. B. Charlton, W. Lennon, H. D. v Xadbrook, W. Cameron, A. H. Low, C. Harding, E. C. Earl, Tweedle, Lawson, SA,H. Elliott; and 17 in the steerage. ??/Wot southern ports :— Mrs Moller; Misses Pring, Schroedcr, Swenson, Moller, Nurse Andrews; Mr Justice Pring; Messrs J. B. Cratmnond, T. W. MorriBon, Moller, J. B. Cochrane, F. Burston;. and 12 In the steerage. Ade laide S.S. Co., Ltd. DEPARTURES. July 4.— Wollowra, s, Captain D. K...

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. CHARTERS TOWERS, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph.) (From Our Correspondents.) QUEENSLAND. ? CHARTERS TOWERS, July 4. Mr Newport, of the Government Agricultural Department, gave an In teresting lecture on cotton-growing to nlg-ht. Great Interest IS taken In cot ton, and Mr Newport thinks mat u -can be successfully grown here without a regular rainfall. GEORGETOWN, July 4. At the Police Court' to-day, James Brydon Sloane, publican of Charles ton, and dairyman of Charleston road, was charged with stealing riirje calves, the property .of the Meat Expprt Co. Evidence showed that cows with' fu)l udders without .calvos wctre found bellowing in the bush. The pollbe tracked the calves direct to a store and yard, half a mile from Sloane's dairy. They then watched the yardtor three days, when accused came and was arrested. The case lasted un 'til 3.80 p.m., when Sloane was commit ted, for trial at the District Court in September. Ball was allowed, accused tn £50 and. two sureties in £25 each. The Shire Council is ta...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

VICTullIA. MELBOURNE, July 4. A mysterious tragedy occurred at Barinah, near Nathalla, last night. Henrietta Oliver, a young married wo man, was found sitting In a chair with one nano on a pcramnuiaior, in wmen was her Blx-months-old baby. There was a newspaper, at Mrs Oliver's, feet, and there was a bullet wound in ' the back of her head.. Her husband says he was away from the house for a time, but when he left, his gun, which he had recently discharged, was In an other room. A Treasury official is being sent to the Northern Territory to report upon its finances. -Three burglars were discovered In a cellar at the Suburban Hotel yesterday morning by a ^ constable. He- fired throe shots at them without effect. The thieves, it Is 'believed, made their es cape through the Royal Park. An ex amination of the premises showed that nothing had been taken. A man named Richard Nicholls was run over and killed by a train at Beechworth yesterday. The body was dragged along the line for 200 yard...

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IRVINEBANK NOTES ("N.Q. Heralds" Correspondent.) IRVINEBANK, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

IRVINEBANK NOTES ('N.Q. Herald's' Correspondent.) IRV1NEUANK, July 1. Mne picnic given by Mr and Mrs Moli'at last Saturday to the public of Irvhiebank (by invitation) was an ex cellent turn out. and miiliiii? that could be desired for a pk-asanl day's outing was left undone. Nu-.nerous visitors from neighboring towns wero; also in attendance. Several trains conveyed the party from Irvincbank. a couple of miles along the tramline to the Allbut Elation. where the grounds had been prepared fo;- the oc casion. A large space of ground had been cleared, IjhukIi sheds creeled, large dinins tables, a stiacinus Moor for dancing, swings, horizontal bars, barrel mule, razzle dazzl.', and steam merry-go-round. ijesiclcK numerous other necessary appointments. Til ?- grounds were also artistically decora ted with numerous fln^s. A crowd of nv'ir 1000 pdults and .'00 children atten ded, anil the. urinrinnl business places an.l works In t^n Mwnsliin wero closed fnr ilie day. At the luneli.on hour t...

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CRICKET MATTER OF CHARGES. SYDNEY, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

CRICKET MATTER OF CHARGES. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY. July 4. A meeting of the trustees of the Syd ney Cricket Ground was held yoater day to re-conslder tho matter of charges for the use of the ground dur ing the tour of the English team. Mr Toeco subsequently stated that noth ing definite hod been done at last night's meetlnt-.

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

LAWN TFNNIS The following events will Like place to-day: — Ijadles' and Gentlemen's Double Handicap.— Threo o'clock. Cleveland court : Miss Davles and Davlos v. Miss Evans and Douglas. Gentlemen's Single Handicap.— Ten o'clock : Cooke-RUFsell v. Burne. Four o'clock, Cleveland Court : Connah v. Harman. Gentlomon's Double Handicap.— Nino o'clock : Magulre and Suthers v. Burm: and Groenham.

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