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EDITOR IMPRISONED. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
EDITOR IMPRISONED. LONDON. July B. The editor of the Socialist newspaper 'Volksllmme' lias been sentenced to one month's imprisonment at Mann heim for publishing an insulting lead ing , article regarding the German troops in South-West Africa. For Chronic Chest Complaints, ?Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.. Is 6d» ' 'What did you kick my dor for?' 'Didn't know he was your dog; but lie's mad.' 'No, he isn't' 'Well, I .should be if anyone kicked me.'1 Jones' EEL Jams made ;Xrom pure Tasmanian fruit are unequalled 'for Quality and flavor.* ? 8ABA11&. «Ul ta»ke r«wr (Me mreet and . tttfittoiM. ':. , , '.?'...?
VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL. LONDON, July 6. After a trial at Brussels lasting many days, Carlos Waddington has been ac quitted of killing Ernest Balmaceda on February 24; 1906. The evidence showed that Baimaceda, after seduc ing Waddlngton's sister, refused to ful fil the promise of marriage and threat ened a terrible scandal. A remarkable scene occurred In court; men cheered and women embraced Waddlngton on his release.
UNREADINESS OF THE BRITISH FLEETS. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
UNREADINESS OF THE BRITISH FLEETS. LONDON, July 6. The ' Spectator complains or tno unreadiness of the British fleets, and states that it constitutes a grave peril. The Channel fleet, which Lord Tweed mouth (First Lord of the Admiralty) described as Instantly ready, was weaker than Germany's instantly ready fleet, the excuse being want of sup port from the Home fleet, which Is only partially ready. The 'Spectator' at tacks Admiral Fisher (the First Sea Lord), declaring that his predominant Influence and absolute power havo made him reckless, and further states that Admiral Lord Charles Beresford Is alarmed since he is conscious that he would be unable to do what he would want to do in the event of a sud den attack. It is reported that the Admiralty has summoned Lord Dercstord for confer ence to-day.
GREATEST CHARACTERS IN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
GREATEST CHARACTERS IN FICTION. Mr A. C. Bem:on. author of 'The Upton Letters,' and until recently the famous Eton house-master, has, says the 'Evening News,' chosen the fol lowing list of 10 character creations as the greatest in English fiction:—!, Jcanle Deins, (Scott); 2, l-imma, (Jane Austen); 3, Paul Emanuel— Vllletle — (Charlotte Bronte): 4. Maggie Tulllvor, (Goorgc Eliot); ,r., David Copperfleld (Dickens); 6, Clara Mindleton— Tho Egoist— (Meredith) ; 7, Colonel New come, Thackeray); 8; Catrlona. (Stevenson); 9. Klin, iKIpltng): 10. Ralph Touchett— The Portrait of a Lady, (Henry Janirss.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
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THE GUN CLUDEN PIGEON MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
THE CUH CLITDEN PIGEON MATCHES. The attendance of onlookers at the pigeon matches held at Cluden on Sat urday afu-rnouii was very dtsappolnt Ing.- allhnugh competitors were present in strong form, the outside dlstrlctR being well represented, embracing re prc:;i'iilaiivcs from Ayr. Charters Tow ' itk. lngham. and Hie southern States. Tin' wcathor conditions for the sport wore all that could be desired; birds were plentiful, but slow on the wing. In nearly every instance when released they woro dilatory in rising, and in variably made towards the grandstand, passing over the guns. For the Maiden Match, '\ competitors faced the traps, the conditions being for shooters who bad nevor won a prize at a pigeon match, 10 birds, two misses out. The records in this event were particularly prood. In the first round at 24 yards F. Payard (Waterview. Lower Burde kin) anil U. Mathews (Charters Tow ers) grassed all their birds, while Mr L. O. Micklem (Valley of Lagoons) wont out at his tenth. By m...
V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING BRIBERY WINS THE HURDLES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
VJtf, OBAflP NAW MEETIW5 BRIBERY WIN'S THK HURDLES. (By Teleffi-aph.) MELBOURNE, July 7. TJie weather was fine but very cold for the opening day of the ' V.R.C. Grand, ' National meeting, but the at tendance was very large. Bribery won the Hurdles very easily. Following were the results : — MAIDEN HURDLES. 2 Miles. A. Mate's b g Dcletroy, by Sehlmmel —May Morn, aged ? 1 A. *.V. Beayley's b e Westerla, a^ed 2 P. and J. niecon'a ch g High Court, 4 years ? 3 There were 10 others. Betting : 4 to 1 IUsh Court, 5 to 1 Westerla and Delc li-oy, C to 1 Tod. 8 to 1 Brian Bom, 12 to 1 Courier. Westerla went after Deloiroy at the back of the course, but could not get near him. Won in a cantor by four lengths, with Hlsh Court five lengths off. Time, SMVi. MAlDKN STEEP.LKCIIASE. 2 Miles. 11. It^'hnrdR's br g 'he Tilck, by The Muff— Manuka marc, Cyrs ? 1 E. Ward's hi' g ' Kingbolt,' 4yrs ? 2 Thore were Fix others. Betting : B to 1 The Trick and Confederate, 0 to 1 Penalty. 7 to 1 Wild Door ami'Hcn...
TOWNSVILLE SPORTING CLUB. SHOW MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
T0WN6VIUE SPORTING CLUB. SHOW' MEETING. Favored with fine weather the Townsylllp Sporting Club's carnival, week meeting, atuyicted a fair at tend ance to the Show Grounds on.tfaturday afternopn, many visitors taking advan tage of th4 opportunity to sci Uie ponies; and. trotters. Spine half a desen books called the odds, arid ' seemed to do fair, business, while the totalizator was supported to the extent of HIT Us. Tho club viilj jir--l about e'ear oxp?nsos. Racing was fairly interesting, although there was 'considerable dissatisfactlo.-i evinced, over tho running in tha E1il!«l tion Trot Larrikin seemed to have the race in hand a furlong from home where he passed Toby and lcl In'.o tho . straight. In the last fifty yards the pony threw out a challenge to Larrikin, who did not respond, and was beaten by a length and a half. Toby trotted at ihe rate o£ 3.8 to the mile, and Larri kin 2.65. Tha,t Is not the form o£ t,he Larrikin of; old. Following were the results:— FLYING HANDICAP. Of...