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FOOTBALL NEW SOUTH WALES V QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
FOOTBALL NEW SOUTH WALES V QUEENS LAND. (By Cable.) BRISBANE, July 7. Tile return foolall match— New South Wales v. Queensland — was played rn the Exhibition Ground ycrteiday, in the nresencc of 13,000. New South Wales won by six to three. In Iho first half Messenger scored for Neu South Wales, and in llio- second hair Watson scored for Queensland anil Messenger kicked a penalty goal for New South Wales The teams v/eiv : —New South Wales : Full-back, W. Dlx ; three-quarter Lacks, C. Uussi-1!, F. B. Smith, N. B. Oxeuhum, N. Meu senger ; half-backs, F. wiiuds, Ij. Maudlblo ; forwards, T. Griffin, J. T. 15arii'?tt, J. J. Roscwcll, P. McCuo, P. N. Burge ; James Hughes, K. Graves, N. Itow. Queensland : Full-back : P. Carniichael ; Uiree-quarler backs, D. Corrle, J. Carmichacl, G. Watson, W. Pcarce ; half-bucks, N. Doie, U. Gal lagher ; forwards, A. Mee, Oxciiliam, A. Oxlade, A. Brighton, E. W. Rich ards, W. Coniffe, J Flhclly, P. Flnna pa!i, J. Shea ; referee, Charles Camp bell.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
'HEW ZEAHBIUTERNATMAL EXHIBITION. AU LD AN A WINES. . 1O EXHIBITS, XO PRIZES, 8 GOLD MEDALS anil X SILVER MEDAL. ? A . ll^n&t all eomers secured First Prizes for Claret WL' * Sherry, Port, Chablis, Frontignac, Con Ht',.. stantia, Muscat, Burgundy, Tokay. ?fe. ^~~— — — ~- : WBBmttiWm « Co., LW. Sole Agents. THE DOCTOR KNOWS that « **r» «tte«|Mit atcta «? « rMtoivtlv* to -JMdllr ?nd mental ffctlfw*. wourva ?chwaws I* an *b*51«t*lr fnu« «HMt , ua*d *nd r*eemBMad*d tor ?rtrTOTttn. L COMPLETE I OJHEJ THE EVIDENCE from 33S, Victoria Street, Darlingburst, Sydney, N.S.W., Sept. 21, 1905 : ' For seven months I suffered from a severe cold which was completely cured after using one large bottle tff SCOTT'S Emulsion/7' C V. MOLONY. THE REASON WHY The Cold was cured Mr. Molony's evidence is brief but it is wonderfully to the point 1 Reams of writing could not have told more. The plain fact is that Scott's cured a grown man of that most difficult of all things to throw off— a heavy cold. ...
STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND THIS CABINET ON THE LUCINDA. TORRES STRAITS MAIL SERVICE. BRISBANE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND THE CABINET ON THE LUCINDA. TOIUtliS STRAITS MAIL SERVICE. (By Telegraph ) BRISBANE, July 7. Members of the Cabinet returned to town pn Saturday afternoon by the Lucinda alter three days spent in Mercian Bav. Ministers were engaged in preparing the programme for the approaching session, but no details of the work are available. Mr ivnislon, ijucstioiied upon negotia tions which bad boon ir. progress for a mail service to London via Torres .Straits, anil In which the Premier tt New South Wales was staled to bp co-operating with Mr Kidston. said ho had nol had lime to call at his offlcw and he could not therefore say what stage Hie correspondence had reached. He preferred under the circumstances tq say nothing until he had an opportu nity ol ascertaining the position.
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
MINING. The first half-yearly meeting of th Dorothy Tin Syndicate was held in the registered office, Irvinebank. on Friday, 28th June, when 1006 shares were repre sented personally and by proxy. The balance-sheet and statements of ac count were presented and receivcl. Til? directors aud auditors were it elected for the ensuing term, there be ing no fresh nominations.
FATAL ACCIDENT. EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE. SYDNEY, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
FATAL ACCIDENT. EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY. July 7. The terrible accident, which occurred In the Llthgow district, whereby three men were killed and as many seriously injured, was the result of the explo sion at the New Wolgan Valley. In which the Commonwealth Oil Corpora tion Is developing deposiis of shale. The works are being connected with the ordinary railway service and a pri vate line has been for some time in course of construction from near Clar once station, which Is 33 miles from the corporation works. The accident was in Ihe second tunnel being built, and the rock being operated on was red sandstone. About a dozen men were engaged in blasting. A charge was prepared and fired, but it did not go off. ' Part of the explosive was then dug out and a new charge put in. This new. charge exploded and the men, un der the impression that the whole of the explosive had been discharged, went back to work. A few minutes afterwards there was a terrific explo sion fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
#HITE HORSE ™ Y' w— 14 ;^ gee:W 'V 'R OB'l /^||1Y If 'JT TQ ?? *ifc* - CITY AWALVSTS LABORATORY, Cm ? ^fcl W J ^m^ W ???1MB ? .???'?? ..:'-;£|l I | Pi 1 J I A MX W\ ? &%A A. „ - '? ««? BATH STREET. Mil ' ' H I 'hereby certify that I have sampbd and analysed every vatting of . ^ , ^WiL. ^ilSLJHL ^LJL -^L- p^^P ^ESkk* ^Wr ? -ff ^npri _g _J_i'^i. __ _ MCKIES WHITE HORSE CELLAR Blend of Scotch Whisky used in bottling _Uk **W'- . %, ^^^^|^ \B^Em. ^1 ^***- .1^^^ ^^fir^^ lluring the montl1 °* June' ?''' ' finl1 from thl resulti °f ml analysis that rt i^i^i^Hwl ? 4$ ^^^^^*- ?^?^-^?^ ?^?^ P^^bW.^b^^«W 0jW W is practically constant in composition, and that it contains about 380 parts of '' , loi^S^flM 'M bye-products per 100,000 parts of alcohol, which is the standard for Pot Still iHH^lH '? st *f ? Scotch Whisky in the prosecution under the food and Drugs Act in the London Il3i5^i GUStPailtGed 12 Y62LPS OlQ. J case. I am also of opinion that it Is a high-class old Whisky of exotption...
POST OFFICE REMISSNESS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
POST OFFICE! RBMISSNESS. (To the Editor.) Sir,— I was interested to note in to day's Issue tho beneficial results of the Chamber of Commerce action on the delivery of your correspondent's mall. I am sorry to say, however, that those beneficial results do not ex tend to the North Ward. - Although tlie Blncera mall arrives at about 11 o'clock on Sunday night I never re ceive my mall until noon on Monday, and the last two mails have not been delivered until nearly 3 p.m. and nearly 2 p.m. respectively ; In one case by a small boy who had to ask where every one lived. Theoretic admirers of Socialism, or the extension of Govern ment action, will do well to notice that the only two businesses managed by the State, the railways and the post, arc by far the worst managed businesses In Townsvllie— Yours, etc., NORTH WARD. Townsvllie, July 4.
THE NAVAL AGREEMENT. MELBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
THE NAVAL AGREEMENT. (By Telesraph.l MELBOURNE, July 7. -Ministers are very silent about me naval agreement question. Whilst in ^Parliament generally there Is a strong Iodine In favor of an Australian navy. fBMOTmembers. Including a numocr oi Hovmim^nt supporters, arc of: opinion Ajiat We'Prime Minister's action at the £ow-lal Conference was premature, Siialabat It would be Inadvisable to JSJSoetthe naval aweement until nro WtiM'.baa beehiuafle to talto He i me
CHAIRMANSHIP OF COMMITTEES. MELBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
CHAIRMANSHIP OF COMMITTEES. MFr.nnimNE. July '. The election for the Chalrrr ?: shin of Committees Jn the H-.ise of Uepivsen tatives, which will ? ii-ld on Wednes day, premises to he much closer than was aniiiipated. As far as inijinis-s go, it looks as if Mr McDonald will s cure a majority, hut some votes ave said to be In doubt. Dr Salmon is al«- mentioned as lll'tly to secure a major ity. 'If they put Dr Salmon in.' wild a prominent Labor man yesterday, 'look out for sii'jalls.'
NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, July 5. The captain of the steamer Vavour, was fined £200 at the Folice Court to day for permitting two prohibited Im migrants to escape from the vessel, and for a similar oh™™ ..«„ «... — captains were each fined £100. Mrs Tattersalls was carrying a re volver from one room to another at her houBe, near the Tuggerah Lakes, when it went oft suddenly. The bullet entered the groin of her son, aged IB. who was removed to Sydney Hos P a ' SYDNEY, July 7. Two market gardeners were Inciner ated In a fire which occurred in a humpy at Bowravlllc last night. BoUi were Germans named respectively Au gustus Kohue and August Burn. The rcmainB were unrecognisable when discovered among the ashes. ,..The trunks and skulls only were found. In a 'bus accident which took place. about midnight on Saturday, near Walleend, Newcastle West, the driver, a young man named James Baker, lost his Hf£. The 'bus got oft the roafl, crashed into a log, and the concussion threw Baker oft the s...
INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. HUGHENDEN, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
INTERSTATE (By Telegraph.) (From Our Correspondents.) QUEKNSLANK HUGHENDEN, July 6. Messrs. D'Evelyn and Savage are starting a shearing plant to put through sixteen thousand sheep. To begin with they will have a Wolseley's machine with ten Blanas. xue nmuui is near Cox's. BRISBANE, July 7. Persistent rumor is current' that Mr Ewart, Director of Education, Is shortly to reture and that a clerk in the Education Department is to be appointed. Nothing official can be gleaned, but the feeling In teaching circles is very strong. BRISBANE, July B. The report of the assistant Govern ment Geologist shows that the liquid discovered at Rosewood and supposed to be oil is not oil. Boring for oil has been started at .Roma.
HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE IMPORTANT MATTERS DISCUSSED. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
HAGUE PEACElCONFERENCE IMPORTANT MATTERS DIS CL'SSKU. LONDON. Julv G. Xlis commutes uiscussea Aine/ici. s proposal in favor oC the general in violability of private property at sea. Germany was prepared to support the principle of immunity it the means proposed) for ensuring protection were of an efficacious character. Holland, Norway, Greece. Argentina, and other small States supported America. Sir Ernest Sallow (representing Bri tain) argued that the questions of Im munity of belligerents' property and limitation of rights in commercial blockades were inseparably connected. Britain had not considered the move ment in favor of the ideal object of the abolition of war. but It had sufficiently developed to enable her to associate herself with the doctrine of Immunity of private property. Her great desire to see the Interests of neutrals respec ted led her to propose the abolition of contraband. The French delegate argued thai the capture of an enemy's commerce was far less Inhuman th...