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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
EA 1' TEA I TMJlilfl Crest Brand Pure Ceyton -iml yqij #llffi|ili' -IB ;.?; _. . . ; ? : — — ?'? ' ?'w**^ ? fjj by reason of its absolutely High Quality and Invigorating Properties, J Will steadily increase in Popular Favor. 1 SALES ARE LARGER THAN EVER ! SALES ARE LARGER THAN EVER 1 and from Winton in the West to far Burketown in the North, regular supplies are 1 dispatched for the discriminating inhabitants who appreciate an article | of Solid Worth. ' ? 1 '? ' ? ? 1 CREST' PURE CEYLON TEA, Tii Half Chests, 201b,, 101b. and 51b. f - H. F. HENLEIN & CO./Soie Wholesale Agents. j NICOL'S 'WHITE OIL,, OR EMBRO CATION Is now being. Patented throughout tho Commonwealth, and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Flshskln Disease, Lead Drop Poison,' Sprains, Contracted Limbs or- SwelllngB of any Wnd.'on^man or beast. It has been the means of restoring to p«rf ect health the incurables of hos pitals, the cripples of years, and many who had lost hope of ever enjoying lif...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
On Friday on the racecourse at Clu- den two men who were apparently act- &nbsp; ing as bookmakers were arrested on the charge of "welching" and will be brought up at the Police Court this morning. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Margaret Prendergast, against whom 33 previous convictions were recorded, was charged at the Townsville Police Court on Friday with drunkenness in Allen-street on Thursday. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined £2, in de- fault two months' imprisonment. &nbsp; &nbsp; In the weight-guessing competition in connection with the show, Mr C. A. Short, of the Bank of North Queens- land, who guessed the exact weight of the bullock, 2080lbs.. won the Singer sewing machine. Mr M. L. Macmillan was second, his figures being 2079lbs, and Mr R. K. Hobbs third with 2076lbs. Several others were within 51lbs of the correct weight. &nbsp; At present there is on view in Messrs McKimmin and Richardson's show window a splendid model ...
GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
GOSSIP. [All announcements of engagements or marriages forwarded for insertion in this column must be properly authen- ticated.] Mr and Mrs F. Caseley entertained a number of Charters Towers visitors at dinner at the Queen's Hotel on Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Frank Anning, Mr Richard Anning and his niece, Miss Jeannie Anning, return south on Mon- day. &nbsp; Mr and Mrs J. W. Balfe return to their station, Haughton Valley, to-day. Mrs Victor Sellheim arrived from England yesterday on a flying visit to Charters Towers. She returns to Brisbane by the Aramac on Monday. Major Sellheim is to arrive in Mel- bourne from India on July 29th. The marriage of Mr D. H. Jonas, of Melbourne, eldest son of Mr D. Jonas, merchant, Gippsland, Victoria, with Miss Cissie Hunter, only daughter of Mrs J. W. Balfe, Haughton Valley sta- tion, was celebrated in Sydney on the 16th of May. Mrs Jonas is at present on a brief visit to her parents, having spent carnival week in Townsville. She returns to...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
In Friday's issue of the "Bulletin" a Charters Towers telegram stated that Roberts, the second victim of the Mills United accident, died at six o'clock p.m., on Thursday. The statement was incorrect and Friday night's "Tele- graph" says:— The unfortunate man Roberts is still lingering in the hospital in a critical condition, and it is hardly likely he can recover. Attention is directed to an adver- tisement appearing in our advertising columns reminding the members of No. 2 Queensland Company, Australian Garrison Artillery, of the special par- ade called for this afternoon at Kiss- ing Point at three o'clock for the pur- poses of inspection by Major-General Hoad, C.M.G. A.D.C. to H.E. the Go- vernor-General, Inspector-General of the Military Forces of the Common- wealth.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
PERSONAL. The headmaster of the Townsville Grammar School has forwarded to Lord Chelmsford two photographs, re- cently taken by Mr Urry, of the scenes from the "Midsummer Night's Dream" performed at the school concert on June 3. With them a brief letter has been sent, signed by the 59 pupils attending the Grammar School, thank- ing Lord Chelmsford for his kindness in presenting the school with the Go- vernor's Cup. Mr Panton, the stipendiary magis- tate, who for about 30 years had pre- sided at the Melbourne City Police Court, retired on Saturday. He sig- nalised his retirement by discharging all cases of a minor character. There was a large gathering of the legal pro- fession and of the police. Major Gallagher, of the United States army, Manila, is at present in Brisbane on business connected with army meat contracts. At the recent Conference of Premiers it was agreed to join in bearing the expense of an investigation abroad by Mr Froggatt, Government Entomo- logist of New South Wa...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1907. FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1907. FEDERAL POLITICS. So much work is laid out for Austra- lia's third Parliament in the Governor General's speech on its first meeting for despatch of ordinary business that the most interesting question at the moment is as to the order in which the items of the programme will be taken. Very few indeed will be dealt with this session, even if it be extended into next year. The Government's position is such that it must subordinate the importance of items in its programme to tactical considerations. It must se- lect for immediate treatment items on which it will be able to rely on the sup- port of the Socialist party; It must postpone legislative projects likely to bring it into conflict with that party, and it cannot, as it certainly should, get the revision of the tariff effected immediately, because when fiscal dif- ferences are thus removed, its ability to keep in office will be ended. The result of this Ministerial situation is...
RACING AT MODERFILED. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
RAC1HC AJMODRf HELD (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 7. Fine but cold weather favored tho MonreQeld Club for their meeting yes terday, and there was a good attend ance. The chief event resulted :-? MOOUEFIELD HANDICAP, 1% Mllo. F.. Hill's blfc m Go\vi:e, by Lochiel — tliKiinati.t, Cyr's. ? 1 J. Wssierlpy's br h Truellght, Syrs. 2 War Dee ? '? ? 3 There were three others, netting : 5 to 2 against Gowrle. Won by a head, Time, 2.12%.
ILLNESS OF MR. DEAKIN. MELBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
ILLNESS (,F MR DEAKIN. MELBOURNE. July 7. The Prime Minister is suffering: rroin partial nervous breakdown, the result of his strenuous work during his visit to England. Ho could not attend at his 'fflce on Saturday, and in mis»«- to inquiries yesterday it was stated that he was nut well, and as h ? hart developed several disquieting symp tom*, he was rcstinp. His medical afl vlsers were to decide tn-dav whether they would allow him to resume his political work or insist on complete rest lor some time.
SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 6. | The following are the latest quota tions:— Cliillagoe, con., b 7s lOd s Ss; forward, b 3s s Ss 2d; Chillagoc-Kuddigore. b £H 10s; Dalsdell's. b 4s lOd s r.s 3d; forward, b '-s 2d s 5s 6d; Mount Caiinlndah, b 4« 3d s 4s 4d; forward. )- 4s 3d s 4s Hd; South Cannindah. paid-up, s 110; Mount Elliott, b C4s 6d; Mount Molloy. b 2'is 3d k 21s; Macgi-esror, b (is M s Is 6d; O.K., b :is Gd s 9s Sd: forward, !- !'s Gd s Us lid; Phoenician Tin., con.. l- Is Gd s Is 9d; paid, b 2s 81. Queensland Explora tion, b 31s 6d s :Us; forward, b 3Ss. Sales. Vulcan at Ss 1'id. Fydne;- Pales. Hampdcn Cloncurry at a month' at 1-a '?'?'-*? (By Cable.) LONDON, July 7. Chlllagor. b 7s fd s Ss.
ENTERTAINMENTS. MADAME ALBANI'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
ENTERTAINMENTS.^ MADAME ALBANI'S CONCERT. To-night Madame Albani and her Concert Company wlH appear in the Theatre Royal, and this will be the only opportunity given to the people of iownsvinu ui nu.ii *--»i- *???' — — bani. Some nine years ago the re nowned soprano visited Brisbane, but tills Is her first tour In the North of Queensland. Since she was In Austra lia previously honors have been crowded upon hcr- the last ot hcr royal decorations being the famous order of merit Instituted by King Edward as *. mark of especial distinction for the stellar lights of music, arts, litera ' ture. and science. It is significant (pays a southern contemporary), of Mme. Albanl's standing that she wa= the first recipient, only two others of her sex— Miss Janotha and Australia n Mclba— having been subsequently, hotw ired. It is even more significant that. it was Albani who was chosen first imong the greatest professionals oi the Empire by the committee appoin ted to arrange for the recent Jubilee...
CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) CAIRNS, July 6. The following were to-day's quota tions:— Mungana, b 11s s 11s 3d; O.K., b 9s Gd s 9s 8d; Mount Molloy, b 20s s 21s; Hanipden Cloncurry, b 12s 9d s 13s 3i; Endeavor and Ltslie, h £9 s £9 Es; Vul can,, b 7s 9d s Ss fid; Stannary Hills, b Es r,d s 5s S3; Smith's Creek, b 9a 9d h 10s; Dalziell's, b Ss s 5s 6d; Gllmoro, b 7s Sd b 7s 6d; Dead Finish, b £8 15s; Mitchell River Gold and Antimony, s 7s fid; Durham Consols, b 4s s 4s 3d. Sales. Mungana at 11s Id; O.K. at its lid; Endeavor and Leslie at £9; Dalziell's at 5s Id.
NOON CALL. CHARTERS TOWERS, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
NOON CALL. CHARTICUS TOWERS, July 6. Bonnie Dundee, b lOd s Is Id Brilliant, h 3s Brilliant Iilock, !- 3s s 3s 6(3 Brilliant Block, paid-up, b 4s s 4s 6d Brilliant Extended, b 7s Id s 7s Oil Brilliant Extended, paid-up, b fs fid s 10s 3d Carrlngton's United, b Cs 7d s Gs lOd Canlngton's 1'nlted, paid-up, b 7s 3d s 7 s lOd Carrlngton's 1 and 2 East, b 2s 5d s 2s til Carrlngton's 1 and 2 East, paid-up, b 3s Clark's Drilliant Worcester and Vic tory, pald-ii]). b W/dA s 6'^ri Day Dawn P.C., s Is Id Day Dawn Gold Mines, s Is Gd Day JJnwn Schr.o! Reserve, b Ed a lid East Mexican, h Is 7d s Is lOd East Mexican, paid-up, b 2s lid s Ee 3d Grant and Sunset Extended, paid-up, b Keily'P Queen Elock, b Ss 4d 8 3s G-J Kulamadau, b is Gd s Is 6d Kulamadau, paid-up, b 2s -id b 2s 4'^d Marshall's Queen, b lOd R Is Marshall's Queen, paid-up, b 2s s 2s 2d Mills' United Gold Mines, b lGs 6d s 16s 63 New Brilliant Freehold, b 2s 3d s 2s lid New Queen, b Is OV&d s la l%d Paput-.n, Brilliant and V...
CHARTERS TOWERS. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
CHARTERS TOWERS. N- ITES. The Blue Pfli-r has crushed 46 tons '- cuts, for 62ozs. Idwt. 3L'grs. gold, value £l!)0 17s «-].: residues £37 17s Sd; t.n.il. £22S 15s LU The Blue Peter No. 1 East has crushiil 15 tons fur Gozs. 13dwts. lSgrs. value £20 32s 4d; residues, £13 fls 30; toial returns, £34 Is 7d. - 'la rk's Brilliant Worcester, nn.l Vietnry has crushed 120 tons lOcwts. for 233UZS. ludwts., value £813 0s 4d; residues, £-13 13s sd; total returns, £s:G Us. The Daw Dawn Block and Wynd h«ni has declared Hie 50th dividend of Cd. p.-r share, equal to £12,460. At the Ruby, the underlie is down below No. !i plat. SSft. No. 5 East level is in on an average of Sins, of goo 1 quality stone. A leading stope over this level is carrying from 6ins to 15ins of fair quality sto:ie. The intermediate level is In 19Gft.. carrying 61ns of me'iiim quality stone. Quartz hauled, 40 toi-.s; total in the paddock, 110 tons. At Marshall's Queen sloping lias been carried on with two men between Nos. 1 and 2...
THE O. K. MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
THE O. K. MIXES. Lieutenant Colonel Beach who re cently visited North Queensland on be half of his own and Adelaide investors' interests, in the course of nn inter view with on Adelaide journalist re marked of the O.K. copper mines: —'At this company's mines gre.it progress and Improvements am being carried Into effect under the able superintendence uf Mr Richard Phepperd, the general manager. The new machinery Is rabidly approaching completion, and the genera! mint, equipment has been added to. and ren dered more efficient and workable, In addition to which a vigorous policy of development work Is being pursued. Ai the SOft. level there are still largo bodies of high-grade ore yet to bo drawn upon. At the HCft. level a fine body of ore is exposed, which has a width of 100ft. and a value of 10 per cpnt. At the 150ft. level the lode is 100 feet wide, assaj'lns from 7 to 8 per cent. The main shaft lias reached a depth of 250ft. and the ore body is now being opened up at that level as ...
THE CLONCURRY MINING DISTRICT. INTERVIEW WITH DR. R. L. JACK. ("N. Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) CLONCURRY, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
THE CLONCURRY MiNING DISTRICT. INTERVIEW WITH DR. R. L. JACK. ('N. Q. Herald's' Correspondent) CLONCURUY, July i. At present Dr. R. L. Jack, the emi nent geologist, Is engaged in this dis trict, inspecting the mining properties of the Queensland Copper Freeholds Co. Tlils company Holds extensive properties In various parts of the field, but all their mines are still mostly In the prospecting stage. As Dr. Jack was staying for a day or two at llr E. Henry's residence In Cloncurry I thoufiht it my duty to :he 'N. Q. Herald' and to (he country generally to call on him and seek a little general information. I was re celved by Dr. Jack with his noteu courtesy and without the least hesi tation he agreed to supply mo with any information that could fairly bo considered of public inotrcst. My first question was a large one: 'Will you loll me all about your first visit to tho Cloncurry mining field?' The doctor smiled, and proceeded: 'My first visit to Cloncurry was made In 1SS1, when I rode...