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STOCK AND BEEF MARKETS. BRISBANE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
STOCK AND BEEF MARKETS. 'By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 5. Brisbane. — Sheep, 9s to 25s Gd ; lambs, 7s to 14s 3d : bullocks, £7 2s Cd to £11 ; cows, £4 15s to £7 5s. Sydney.— Sheep, 9s to 40s; lambs, 9s to 19s ; bullocks, £5 10s to £13 3s ; COWS, £4 to £9 10s.
LONDON GENERAL MARKETS. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
LONDON GENERAL MARKETS. (By Cable.) LONDON. July 5. Money. The discount rate of three months' bills is 3% per cent. Sugar. Sugar is steady, and Is quoted at 9s 7d to 11s 2d. Wool. There Is more enquiry in the Brad ford markets. The ruling prices are : — Super sixties, 28d ; common sixties, 27d ; forty-sixes, 27%d ; forties, lG-id. The Antwerp markets closed at the opening figures. Out of 6705 bales of La Plata offered 2459 were soud. Un favorable weather conditions prevail in Europe, and American quotations arc higher. Wheat In the wheat markets fair business has been done, and prices have advan ced about Is. There Is a good conti nental demand.
COMMONWEALTH. NEW MAIL CONTRACT. BRISBANE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
COMMONWEALTH. NEW MAIL CONTRACT. (Bv Te^csranh.) BRISBANE. July 0. The Brisbane Chamber of Commerce has received the following telegram from Senators Chataway and St Led ger— 'We are pleased to inform you that the Government is calling for new tenders for the mail contract and invite alternative lenders, Including Brisbane as a port of call.' The Chember In re play, wired— 'This Chamber objects to alternate tenders. As a port of call we claim equal rights with other States.' MELr.OURNE. Julv 5. The new mall tenders will no: be ready till to-morrow.
EMPHATIC SPEECH BY MR CHURCHILL. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
EMPHATIC SPEECH BY MR CHURCHILL. (By Cable ) LONDON, JUly G. At the Cobden Club's annual dinner, Mr W. S. Churchill (Under-Secretary for the Colonies) said that no offer was made to the Imperial Conference ex cept an offer to take everything we can give. The conference produced abso lutely no effect upon the frcetrade forces of the country or the organisa tion of the Liberal and Radical par ties, but produced a profound effect on the Conservative party, which Is now a homogeneous, solid, and agreed protec tionist party. The Imperial preferen tial movement did not derive its force from a desire to unify the Empire, and was unsupported except by the driving power of selfish vested Interests. The movement possesses no life, stability, or strength, and its subvention of com mon objects will serve to unite the Em pire equally as well as preference. Senator Pulsford, responding to the toast of the cause of freetrade, de clared that hundreds of thousands of Australian freetraders gloried I...
BRITISH POLITICS. THE SUGAR CONVENTION. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
BRITISH POLITICS. THE SUGAR CONVENTION. (3y Cable) LONDON, July 5. In the House of Peers. Lord Denbigh staled that the Government's denun ciation of the penal clause In the Brus sels Convention had caused the aban donment of a movement to establish ,a sugar beet factory at Sleaford (Lin colnshire), which would have employed l'0 men. Lord LaiiFdowne said the sugar produeing colonies regarded the Gov ernment's action with the pmfoundest dismay. If the British markets were reopened to bounty-fed sugar the key stone of the convention would be with drawn. Lord Fitzmaurlco said tho abolition of the convention system and the free Introduction of sugar would provide more employment than any artificial arrangements.
THE MAIL CONTRACT. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
THE MAIL CONTRACT. LONDON. Julv 4. The ' Shipping Gazette ' states that tho Commonwealth leaders have made u pretty huNli of the mail contract. Whatever one thinks of the contrac tnrs. the lack of tact on the part of iIiohc who will in future interest them selves in the carriage of mails and pro duce will be advantaged by a widened knowledge of the methods and eccen tricities of Antipodean statesmen.
LABOR FOR CA CANEFIELDS. BRISBANE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
LABOR FOR CANEFIELDS. (By Te'egraph.) BRISBANE, Juli' 5. A telegram received from Fremantie slates that the Omrah arrived yester day with 200 British laborers for Queensland. A strict search by the Department of Trade and Custom? re vealed no contracts. The Under -Secre- tary, for the Chief Secretary, when seen this morning, said the men would not have any contracts with them. The contract forms were pent to Sir H. Tozer, and after they were sicned he would return them to Ihc Queensland Government. The Unaer-Secretary added that the men would not experi ence any difficulty in landing. As soon as the continscnt arrives some 360 of them will be sent to the Mulgrave mill, near Cairns, whose manager was first tf- sis^n the indent contracts. ()' tho remainder of the Omrah's immigrants 21 are assisted immigrants, men who possess /50 or more, and 23 are nomi nated. iThe remainder of the 000 In dents will arrive by the Miltiades and Ormuz.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
Sywj, 8A (Bob&tson)*.^... ;..... i. 0 Utttlng: 3 to 1 S^, 4 to 1 Avernus and Curlew, 8 to 1 Carlist, 10 to 1 the others. Tit Bits moved away with the leadi followed by Chorister and Car llBt Avernus, .who lost Eeveral lengths, bell s the last to get going. At the five furlongs Curlew, and Slal had join Hi Tit Bite, -but rounding the bend Tit Bits drew away and entered the straight a length jjear of curlow and Stall : .Within the distance Avernus camo with a rattJo pn the outside ani caught the marc fiO yards from home, and, the pair fought out a good, battle, Tit Bits gaining tho verdict by a head, two1 lengths between second and third. Time, 1.30 2-5. Amount on totalisator, £29ii. Dividends. £3 Us and 16s.
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July G. The ' New York Herald ' states that Admiral Evans is preparing the battle ships of the fleet for ii cruise in. the Pacific. The ' New York Evening Post' says all talk of (rouble betwee' America and Japan is mldsummci madness, but the Japanese restaurant keepers who were ruined in the May riots are suing the City Council of San Francisco for damages.
CABLE MESSAGES. TROUBLE IN INDIA. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
CABLE MESSAGES. TROUBLE IN INDIA. LONDON, July B. Reuter's Agency at Calcutta says that disaffection is spreading amongst the Bengal peasants, landholders, and the aristocracy more seriously than Is supposed In England. The King's Birthday was almost unnoticed except by the Mohammedans. A campaign of sedition is being conducted from Cal cutta and revolt against British goods Is everywhere preached. A social boy cott is enforced against those main taining relations with English offi cials. The Government is unable to prevent the persecution of loyalists, many Europeans have been assaulted and compelled to carry arms. Rail way carriages containing Europeans arc nightly pelted with stones. Thero is an impression that firearms are reaching Eastern Bengal and Euro peans are demanding more police and troops, also sterner measures against the seditious organisation called tho National Volunteers and the seditious orators and newspapers.
A DOUBLE CELEBRATION. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
A DOUBLE CELEBRATION. LONDON, July 15. Italy enthusiastically celebrated the centenary of Garibaldi and the birth of King Emanuel. An amnesty was granted to political offenders. There was a large pilgrimage to Garibaldi's tomb at Caprera. The Papal Court is observing a ten days' spiritual retreat. A number of veteran Garibaldlans made a demonstration at Stafford House, the men on guard outside of St. James's Palace saluting them. The Duke of Sutherland, the Earl of Crewe, and Mr Herbert Gladstone made speeches In which they extolled the Liberator of Italy.