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LABOR HONORED. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

LABOR HONORED. LONDON, June 28. The King lias been pleased to con fer knighthood on William R. Cremer, a Labor member of the House of Commons.

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RUSSIAN SUSPECTS. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

RUSSIAN SUSPECTS. LONDON, Juno 28. A number of Russian detectives who had proceeded to the Hague to watch suspects who It was believed would at tempt the murder of M. Nelidoff and other Russian delegates were ordered to return, the Netherlands Government declaring that the Hague police would assume responsibility for the safety of the delegates.

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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WILD SPEECHES. IN SYDNEY DOMAIN. SYDNEY, June 31. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

WILD SPEECHES. IN SYDNEY DOR1AIN. (By Toll graph.) SYDNEY. June 3 i. On tlie eve of a tneollntf of the coal lumpers and stevedores in conference, wild speeches were mado at a demon stration of striker* and sympathisers at the Domain lo-day. It was siaLc-i by Mr Paton, a delegate of the Coal Lumpers' Union of South Australia, that 'a sixpenny tete;rra.m would now to sufficient lor the executive of the union to paralyse the whole of the trade of Australia. If you send the dictum to come out there will be a eeneral water side strike throughout the Common wealth. We will make this a tight for collective bargaining; 'the Meliouino unionists are with us to a man,' was the report given by Herman Nehon, a delegate who visited Victoria.' Mr Holland, of the Internationalist League, anonunced that the waterside workers of Melbourne. Adelaide, Bris bane, and Newcastle wore prepared to lay down iheir tools wfthln twenty-foil.' hours. Holland made reference to tho murder trials going on In Americ...

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SIR W. J. LYNE WELCOMED HOME. SYDNEY, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

SIR W. J. LYNE WELCOMED HOME. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, June 30. When Sir W. J. Lyne stepped from the Melbourne express at Redrern yes terday he was met by the Council of Manufacturers, and taken by motor to the Australian Hotel, where he was welcomed back to Sydney. Sir W. J. Lyne, in reply to the toast of his health, said It would nut he many weeks before some move would b» made which would have tho effect of brlnsins: the Iron Industry before Par liament. Our steamship service was capable nf very (Treat improvement in the matter of speed. Speed like that of the Cunarders would knock off ton days in the voyage between England and Australia; but. of course, ir the peopl-- wauled a quicker mail service they must be prepared to pay for It. In reply to a question. Sir W. J. Lyne said lie had had an interview with Mr Thomas Sutherland, 'f tho P. and O. Co., on Hie question of a shipping ser~ vice to England via the Cape. Mr Sutherland UioiiKlit that if there was to be a quick service it ...

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AN INTERIM SERVICE. MELBOURNE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

AN INTiCHIM SERVICE. (By T.-l.wanlO MELBU TUNIC, June 30. The Pipstniaster-General arrived here on Friday, and though he declined to give any information for publication with respect to tlie mail contract, it Is known he has been in consultation with Mr D. Anderson, general manager of tho Orient Co., with reference to carry ing on the service after January 31, ponding the coming Into force of a new contract. It is slated that he has been successful in arranging for this with Mr Anderson. He approached the Orient Company, and acting in the best possible spirit, tlie company has. it is believed, given him a quotation for an interim service.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

Some little time back the Mlnisu. for Home Affairs approved of tm» adoption of tlie Bertlllon classification of causes of death. At a recent dlscus Flon by the Victorian Branch of thu British Medical Association, on an ad dress mi (ho subject given by Mr. d. H. Knilihs, Federal Statist, the action of the Minister was strongly approveu (says the 'Sydney Dally Telegraph'). Dr. Springtliorpe stated that 'Mr. Knibbs's address should remove r.il doubt, if any still existed, as to the wisdom, even the necessity, of Hit, Commonwealth coming into line with the rest nf the civilised world in the compilation of vital statistics.' Di. Norris, eliairiuun of the Board --f Pub lic Health, who takes a special interest in the matter, stated that the ulfc adoption of tho Uertillon system was a distinct advantage. Mr. Fenlon, lnu Victorian Statist, complimented the Federal Bureau on tlie quick produc tion nf what he called the monumental work of translating the classification. Tlie members of the med...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

Octitalns no Pplum or ? ? other Harmful drug. Gnaiierin's Cough Rmiefiy Our**Oo|^WupandWiiooplngooug(« ;- .;..V.i-.:--';«''^.'.-';i;V' ? '' :.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

BY ROYAL \d,\*Al/ -? FOR 61™* I warrants £h|B9g8bB: HALFACEOTiK * SCOTCH WHISKY. 1 PROPRIETOR OF THE ; ROYAL LOOHNAGAR DISTTLiIJSKY BALMCXRAL, SCOTLAND. :\ All the Royal Palaces supplies) fob oveh 50 Yeahs. .-\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

Wffi The stream of good merchandise continues to flow out of B' the Store in a broad deep tide, if you come you can't help ¥\ being Wept along in the current in the direction of economy £V and sat is faction. ji By these G-eat Price Lowerings we have wiped out | most of profits, but, this is a GREAT CLEAN SWEEP of P Goods owing to the business having changed hands, and Mr. I Rush will conduct it on the same popular lines as hitherto, ' for ?l Every Department plays a part in the radi ? cal .price 'cutting. Every Department tells an eloquent tale of buying enthusiasm. Every Department tells a tale of triumph ant victory in selling never before ex perienced. The Prices are so low that we cannot buy wholesale such another stock at the same prices as we offer the Goods at to-day ! The Store of Little Prices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

LENNONS' OA8H DBAPEEY MAE^ GREAT WINTER Sffifif :now on. For the Carnival Week : Beautiful Millinery, Stylish Coats and Jackets, Plain and Fancy Sunshades. The Latest Novelties in Neck- wear, Fui» Boas, and , j Necklets. Fascinators for Evening Wear. Choice Belts. ,j ? ? . ? - ? —_ ? — . ?'. \ BED-ROCK PRICES FOR CARNIVAL WE&K! ;| . ~. jc! El

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

wmWmM FOR THE COMmG'/G^wiritll t' A WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THB LATEST IVlSHStH* AJ*D RTRiD £* *lki , M jrapAnTiifiNTS ajt mwaiMf^bOB. «S It b abnplr Matolfloent. a l» gotod ft* W* «ywUfet , - TO **«-, ARTJ$J3& CnmtB OF OBTAIN!}, *e*DCS|II^|rilSTJ^-jr.#»^ «M # tha BBBTAP WOSKHAMBHCP put ib juoot be BofptlMd. I- *? * TBEX WOI. Ftt ON YOU BBFQfeB ?HB ijtATBBJAI. naiASa JJIHtHlB ?? -,, teNBUBES A FEBFECrr FIT. . ,_.,?? y . ;.' .-. . ? , Borelj U oataUen can pteaae you, HILLHAN BROS, ?hotftt fat**- rift teMbl* fa ???.?'.? . ': '???'?.- ? ;- *Um»/. -. ? '. ??;' ' ?? '\ .-.- : . .-? . Give them a talL 1*6 shop is «ur to ftnU. Whe» once foiina--tha ?plenad M- ' ' .- ?ortmeat of Goods attract* too. The Moderate Obargw allure m i, ,i-,, -? ' TJw Fit «ad General ApMnoM ftaetmtf i jb«;'/ ^ .___../ *'.'.;: ' HILL 3mm.jBL.JjBr BHOB.i . , TAILORS AND 0UTFITTBB6. She: 'So you danced with Miss 'Do you think that It -prolongs a Llghtfoot at Die reception last nlglif.'' man's life Ui belnsured?'...

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. HUGHENDEN, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

INTERSTATE (By Telegraph,* (From Our Correspondents.) ? ? ? t ? QUEENSLAND. HUGHENDEN. June 23. Mrs Turnbull, aunt of the manager of the Bank of New South Wales, died suddenly from heart failure on tlie 27th. Flags were half-mast and the shops were closed. Deceased was an old Victorian. Mr Archer, manager of Nclia PoiiJk, ),as reported to the Richmond polic; that- a man died at Cobiaby. No par ticulars are obtainable, and th'i polic* have left to Investigate. The weather Is cold. GERALDTON. June ^9. At a meeting of the Cane-gronvra' Association this afternoon, Mr Barclay was appointed to represent the Jolm stone River Association at the forth coming: Queensland Sugar-growers' Union. BRISBANE. June =9. A. ijoy uaiued Harolii V'uung, a';od 11 years, was run over by a train car yes terday. He was frightfully injured and died shortly after admission into the . ' hospital. I ? ? BRISBANE, June SO. Harry Skinner was drowned In th^ river near Ipswich lact night. lie swam out to repair a ro...

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REVENUE RETURNS. SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

?HENUE RETURNS. ^^fe'Teleewph.) ? vaffimimtfTB.wM,EB. \p -- ? ?EH^nc««aBe -f 0,103.646 . ^Bb#^ lait placf mm

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STATE MATTERS. QUEENSLAND MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. BRISBANE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

STATIC MATTERS. QUEENSLAND MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, June 30. Parliament lias been .summoned to meet on July 23. Probably the usual procedure of opening Parliament by commission will be employed.

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SMOKE CONCERT TO MR KIDSTON. BRISBANE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

SMOKE CONCERT TO MR KIDSTON. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, June Si- The Federated lion. Bras!} and Stool Moulders' Union of Australasia, Queensland district, tendered a com plimentary smoke conceit to the Pre mier on Saturday evening. Mr Kidston. in replying to the wcl cunie, after referring to the early pre Juiiices against trades unions, said he considered it better both for employers and employees that nn-n should belong to a union. He claimed that in this matter he spoke impartially. Ho was reminded that on that evening lie rinsed his first three years and nine months as Treasurer of Queensland. (A voice : We will give you another three years and nine months.) He was not perhaps as eager for that as he (ineo was. Whilst the efforts of any man did not amount to much without a measure of good fortune, this much might be said, that after an Iron moulder had been three years and nine months Treasurer of Queensland the State was in a bettor position financi ally than ever before. They we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

KEEP PEPS ALWAYS HANDY. TO AVERT THE POSSIBILITIES OP COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, ETC. Always keep Peps handy to fight Hie numerous throat, lung, and clieac troubles which always follow those sudden changes In the weather. When fog, west wind, and wet days bring on that hacking bronchial cough, you will find nothing half so safe and sure a cure as Pops. * ? ? Carry a box of Pel s In a hanuy pocket, and take a few at once when you feel a heaviness, or begin sneezing. A sneeze Is Nature's first warning of a bad cold, and Peps will ward off th« threatened attack, and be a sure pre ventive of pleurisy or pneumonia, that are particularly the risk of aged travellers of both sexes. When you go to a concert, public meeting, or to a ball or theatre, in thin attire, always carry a few Peps in your pocket. They will ward ok chills, and rid you of the evil results of breathing foul air. Remember that in n crowded room the air you breathi. is polluted with the carbonic add gas exhaled by all pres...

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SYDNEY MELBOURNE TELEPHONE. MELBOURNE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

SYDNEY-MELBOURNE TELE PHONE. , '?'? fBv Telegraph.) . MELBOURNE, June 30. The charge for telephone use be tween Sydney arid Melbourne Is to be 6s per three minutes. The line will probably be In working order on Thurs day.

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COMMONWEALTH. LANDS ACQUISITION ACT. MELBOURNE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

OOAmON^E^li^H; ? LANDS ACQUISITION ACT. . (By T-«legraph.- ? ?'MELBOURNE, June. 30. The Federal Lands Acquisition Act will come into force .oh MdndaK- , .

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SPENDTHRIFT BARON. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

SPENDTHRIFT BARON. LONDON, June 28. The Baroness Eckhardstein has ap— plied for a judicial separation on the ground of her husband's cruelty and misconduct. A letter was read from her father (the late Sir Blundell Maple) stating that he had paid the Baron's debts amounting to £60,000 within 17 months of the marriage and in addi— tion had made an allowance of a capi— tal value of £70,000. The petitioner stated that she had undertaken obliga— tions amounting to £200,000 to meet the Baron's liabilities.  

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 1 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALES. .SYDNEY. June 30. John Carroll, aged 79 was run over   by a tram last night at Glebe and   killed. Peter Close, whose name was promi—       ment in connection with the Land Com— mission and the Crick and Wild's   cases,, died to-night. A young man named Kingdow, who was married a few weeks ago, was kill— ing sheep at Gostwyck station, near Armidale, when the knife slipped and severed an artery in his leg, causing him to bled to death.         Burglarious outrages, aided by motor cars, has extended to Chicago. So far no thefts of Porter's Buldog Ale and Stout have yet been reported, so that London seems to have escaped as yet—(Advt.).

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