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SPORTING. TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

SPORTING. TURF NOTES Mr T. Croihers last week disposed of Rejoice (Girai- Little Jenny) to Mr .1. iiurkc, of Richmond, who will prob ably race him in the Cloncurry district. Mr J. J. Fanning advises that me price paid by Mr C. K. Peel for Boreas was Io00, not £150, as previously re ported. Rivulet, the winner of the Townsville. Cup and Town Plate, is as aristocratic in lineage as in appearance. She waa bred by Mr A. G. Bluine, ill the Loiig roaeh district, who still owns her, and is by Martini-Henri— Brooklet. Her sire is by Musket (Imp.) by Fisherman (imp.) out of Juliet (imp.) by Touch stone— Tom Boy, while her dam is by First Water out of Paresse, by Kpi Ki-am out of Parisseuse, by Yaitenden — Ki rut Lady (imp.). Parisscuse was a full sister to Grand Flaneur. (iarcon was never better in his life than when he ran at Cluden last week, iiml it was hard luck that he should bump against a mare like Rivulet. Had she beer. ;::.sent the double event would in all ji .'liability have gone ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

. . htt n* been regarded. We are working for NOW. ™^to*e ^^ ^ ^ ,he oppottunily of buy;ng. the bes* of Gocfc d&m within the next two weeks Think what this means to xuu- u mtaiB j ? by a long way than any other store could offer. „ , . .- u i«nrf«« (feme to the Bargains. Tbsy wotft fe*st tor much longer. HERE'S THE CLIMAX IN VALUE-GIVING. Special Ifce^Mnara* Uay. _, ^r^-: - .si :-^^='sifr=«: 11111! UtiS . ? ^,.., Bush Hug, 1, 1. «. IB 11-. ? MeI^Lk2aTweeJHa,s..,Snd.C3nd. oil^ Scto, Ba,.. ,s ,.,.. ns Hd, I? *.' A *L ' ' ; Tu^eds 2s lid. 3s Ud. «, e^. 4s. rfd, Colored Cotton Serges, 4V4d yard. -.--,... 3r, 6d. 3s lid. Mo,,'s 3--3arm.-nt Navy Serge Suits, 6s 6(1. i51l-|s' alarle Kid Hiilt-.n Ho-.ls, patent Heal Honilon a nd fc Ik Braid CoJ lar- ^ s IK. ^ Bs ou. Ftaey Colored Cotton Serges «4d yard. ^ ^^ ^ ^ 7r m ,.„ M- 1Ss M. Mcl,s G1 lc K1(1 I:als., ,s M. 1Os fid. „,„, 4s lld. ? eltes 2s lld. Ss lid, 6s od. ,. 6d. Bo,^ Jack Tar Ha£ W^, *? « .'-? SSr^d0^ ^cTTweeV Is «. » «. 's 6...

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THE GENERAL AND THE TOWNSVILLE RIFLE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

THE GENERAL AND THE TOWNS VILLE RIFLE CLUBS. At the conclusion of the military din ner tendered to Major-General Hoad on Saturday, the Inspector-General ex pressed an earnest wish to meet re presentatives of the local rille ciuus . before he loft Townsville, to Mr George Murray (captain of the T.R.C.) and (Continued on page 3.) Mlfl' tnOflft ~ .OnJ^rBTff ''*'? BOtlflofl : CUB ' tPlM-fty moJSWrh'dt thifMite^WQb.^heiHiainA' teat-maim oT*t^T.Rufc.meitt»rs;a.t t^ttjMmtt hhtenat. uw *HXrin|«ij' horf*5iitt»^tna$y ntondnw wh«»' ttmt . Mty^&feuil 5K-a$,. fljftoi -JMteffnp-. ln».tS*;#*t*i^iy.«yWrtteit!Jj» Jolt tf to fra-iiig^.-totMt:'-Kityt.as-^g(-{sctof1 O«wW*to-8»t:'lB49. t--««* 'w;^ the rlflo clutofe^Wbtch were now a bfcncljt o't tho Coipitt»0JT«aU)3t torpee. ^h&.^af, nor,, alwajyjjufrsasy ^attftr, .'^he d^lb^LiWr as ^Witre.^BeU-iylmlnis^cirpd. vnder tho 'dirjgtjIeB'.Qf tliefc.owi jtftate; 'tKe -**- tainatid Betre^ary. . ^e'eq|^.n'6t brget them 4fc appeijtr,' yn, p:vr?ft$,...

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CLONCURRY NOTES ("N. Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) CLONCURRY, July 1. THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

uLUnvUnn i fnireo ('N. Q. Herald'a' Correspondent) CLONCURRT, July 1. THINOS JN'OBINBRAt* Speakmg generally, the town Is rather quiet- andlpr^tlih'prwettt our numerous shopkeepers cannot be find ing buslieSs'VcryijriiteJHftwtiTOr, they all seem to live In the' hope of tho good things ahead of them and are satisfied to wattJ\ In the nldanttine it Is Just as well to warn Intending set tlers that Cloncurry-itnnow well sup plied with business houses of all kinds and that there Wfl! We no particular development of trade of any kind un til the rallvwiy opferis. Tn any case business men should 'be careful to en quire into local' conditions ijetore qb cldlng to come out' ana start' tn the town of Cloncurry. The hotels ai«. still crowded 'ana' lady visitors always experience great difl^culty in obtaining accommodation. Of course any. sur plus of (rien can be provided wltn shakedowns, and It is surprising what eltortsall the hoteVkeeeprs make to satisfy their lar^« number of guests. In this o...

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STANNARY HILLS MIXES AND TRAMWAY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

STANNAKY HILLS MINES AND TRAMWAY CO., LTD. Air C. E. Nicholas, general manager, reports for the week ende 1 Juno 2.': — Ivanhoe: Tramway adit: Drivm i:!f... total 77ft. Good ore has been lir-Ueii from No. 1 main stone. No. i Lciipse drive: Driven !-tt., total soft. No. fi north-west crosscut driven 4ft.. tot'l Sft.. in formation. 310 tons have bcc.i Bent to the mill. Monarch: The shaft has been sunk sort., total nort. Ecipse: The ifiOft. drive has bre.i driver. 2ft. 6in., total 56ft. Gin., in scan of ore. 160ft. north crosscut has been driven 3ft.. total 15ft., in scam of low grade lode stuf;'. Kitchener: No. i north drive has been driven 9ft., total 74ft. No. 1 north crosscut has been driven lft., total '.ft.; stopped. No. 1 store, north drive, can crosscut has been driven 3ft.. total Ifift., in ore. Tunnel south-east dr:vi has been driven JOft., total 27ft. 210 tons sent to the mill. Extended: ICOft. E. drive has boo i driven flft.. total 61ft.. anil sto- p- 0. South-west drive fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

I ..' Shipping ML* U» P» xN» v/o., i/n-. I BTBiAltEBB are Intended to be des { patched trom JETTY WHARF, as jimder:— Ibowbn F~* j MACKAT I 1 1 ROCKHAMPTONl AEAMAC, J -_Ceppel Bay). | THIS DAT, I BRISBANE ' I Monday, July 8th, I BDNDABBBG* I 1 B.m. I MA»Y-B-B-UGH»j (SYDNEY ! WYANDRA, I MELBOURNE) [ Monday, July 16, [ Transhipping for I 1 P.m. I Adelaide and [ I Fremantle ? } ? I BOWBN I BINGERA, I MACEA.T { Every Monday. I GLADSTONB f At 9.46 I BRISBANE! | from 1 Railway Station. CAIRNS ! j WTANDRA, FORT DOUGI«AS| VeSn'sday, July 10, | COOKTOWN 1 at 2.30 p.m. . 1 i From Jetty. ' ' MARANOA. COOKTOWN JSaturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS'DJ 2 p.m. NORMANTON I From Town Wharl ' BURKETOWN [ Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. IiUCINDAPOINTI KURANDA. CARDWELL j Every Monday. MOURILYAN j 10 a.m. GERALDTON |From Jetty Wharf CAIRNS I No cargo received PORT DOUGLAS! on Mondays. .1 BRISBANE T MARANOA', (direct) ( Friday, July 12th, At reduced fares,) 9 a.m. From Town Wharf Transhipping at Brisbane....

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LAWN TENNIS TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

LAWN TEtHHS TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. A number of matches were nlnycd oT at Hie latter end or the we.-k w.'th ic sult-3 as at, foot In the sent'oincriH opftu singles. Gowkc-Ru-so'l :ind^DoJ^ las haa a greit usht. v.lilrh -n4el 11 favor o[ the f.M-nier. \ o u;l is wo:i 1S0 Ifirst set i-atber oaslb', b'.il in lh-j ;«-- last sets Cookc-Ilussi'll's El aly ;-:a.' proved too mueli for him. in tho ladles' and gentlemen's doubles Wool rych and Miss Horton. thousii l.cavllv handicappe'J, belt Brown an'l Mis 1 Deino liy their careful play. Rowland an1 Miss Martin beat McWIIIIam rn I Miss Roberts nfttc a very tvjnly con tested match, which at one lime lo ikvO like a w:n for the latter pair; thrsy were leading 4-'J in tlie thl'd set. but their opponents p'ayrd very steadily and pullcl up splendidly, winning the set C— 4. Tandy and Miss P. Ha: fey, after a game in which none ot the players showed their best form, de feat d Conndh nni Misa E. Hai-for. St. Jo'in and Miss Walker very tan!1y beat }\n' ...

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FROZEN MEAT MARKET. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

FROZEN MEAT MARKET. (By Cable.) LONDON', July 0. The following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's Smithfleld market quotations for the undermentioned classes of frozen meat, based on the actual sales of not less than LJ') car cases of mutton or lamb of fair aver age quality. These quotations are not for selected lines, but for parcels fairly representative of the bulk of the shipments now on the market :— Juno 29. July 6. New Zealand Sheep. Canterbury, light (481b to G61b) ? 4%d 4%d Canterbury medium (581b to 641b) ? 4%d 4V4d Canterbury, heavy (641b to 72lb) ? 3%d 3-13/l«d Duuedln and South land (561b to 641b) .. None offering. North Island (651b to 6T-lb) ? 3-9/16d 3-13/16d Dlto (best brands) .. 3%d 3%d Australian Sheep. (Crossbred and Merino En-ea.) Heavy (over 501b) ... 3d 2%d Light (under 501b) ... 3%d 3d Best North Queensland — 3&d River Plate Sheep. (Crossbred and Merino Wethers.) Heavy (over 501b.i . . . 2-15/Ifid 2',id Light (under $01b) ... 3Hd 3d New Zealand L...

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NEW MAIL SERVICE. CONDITIONS OF TENDERS. MELBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

NEW MAIL SERVICE. CONDITIONS OF TENDERS. (.By Telegra-li.1 MELBOURNE, July 7. The new conditions for the mail ser vice tenders were published yesterday in the 'Commonwealth Garotte.' They have been cabled to Lou Ion for the purpose of being adwrtlsed there. Tenders are returnable until October 3 to the Postmaster-Gem ral. Melbourne. The tonnage conditions are the same as before. The speed is not to be less than 15 knots, and tenders are invited for seven or ten years. .Prelcrence will be given to the highest speed, other things being eiiu.il. The follow ing condition was Inserted in order to obtain offers for calling at various ports:— Alternative t.-!i-l«-rs are invited stating what are additional ports oC call, and preference will be given, other things being equal, to the tender providing for calling fit Hie principal ports In the greatest number of States. As before, the service to bo performed is carriage of mall ma tier between Adelaide and Naples, nr between Bris bane and som...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

?BBRBSm^-^ mm^m ; ? . H^l^M:Af|unac'. 8. Captain W. q. ?ra^onrirom Cooktown via ports. ?SkSbWb-:— Mesaames Butler-Wood, ?Kp^ioAle. Q. E. Moore, Mackenzie, HHSiSBi^: Chwnnlon. Guinness, a. ?KHBEfeln, Souberriabi , Misses Ournes, Hfii^ffiogd: ° Messrs H. Arnold, C. BH1U& P. 'D. Kay. .Butler- Wood, J. M. BISlppfc&ls, Nowlan, E. W. Sheeny, C. H. igi&Kinfes, -:. 'W. McLaln, Rounsfell, F. ^pvrpmonds, J. W. ODea, Hick, C. PSp'Conhor, O, Trehearn, G. E. Moore, A. KJffSv lamb. B. Geach, Mackenzie, W. C. NiMPfcrper. F.' W. Isaacs, R. S. Orr, Wll jjMiams, Tripp. Guinness, H. J. Donovan, RlgiFMcLain, W. Rogers; Master Butler Sglffood; and 24 In the steerage. Through jfepassengers tor south :— Mcsdames W. ©Campbell. M. Thomson, Hourlgan, '& Smith and two children, R. R. A. Bal $&' Jour, Melville; Misses Wilkinson, L. ^'?YOUve,'' Rhoda Greenwood, Alice Peel, rfoiay, Taylor (2); Messrs J. B. Hugher ?Sbuhler, C. Thackery, P. J. Oliver, E. 'Anthony, Hourlgan, ...

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. SPEECH BY MRS KENNA. SYDNEY, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

INDUSTRlAi TROUBLES. ; ? . SP^iCH BY MltS KEXNA. (By T(?lpsraiih.) SYDNEY. July 7. 1 no ct»ar lumperw neia a niceting yos tcniay am] unanininiisly di'cidcd not to atci'i't L-mplu.\inent :it llio tt-rnis slL fo 'Hi in a statement tn the conference on r i'iaa- . j lie ((ucsuiui oi ioremaii Slii|- and the rcicnlimi -if certain [ore men are Hie KliiinliliiiK blocks. The ireetins ndopltMl ei-ilain resolutions, which will be placed before the confer once to-morrow. 11 will piobably then be decided whether a settlement can be come to nr not. A statement was made al a demon KtratiDii in the Domain lo-ii:iy by Mrs Henna, secretary of the Tailoreses' Union, that tin- members, numbering 2000, would cease work at the end of the week in the event of no satisfac tory settlement bcliiR arrived at by Wednesday next. This remark was loudly applauded, and Mrs Konna said, ' Ye.s. we are not going to make pants for blacklegs; !ind let me say.' she continued, ' that . the wharf la borers do not come out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

Ilifiliiffllil OuHLr nuiiiuun Badly Affected With Sores and Crusts — Extended Dowr Behind ttje E3rs.7-S-Hne. Yev$ Later Painful' flind* Itehtng Pustules Broke- Oat -w Lower Part of Body— Son Aisd Affected. A TOIPtE CWE BY CUTJCURA REMEDIES 'About ton years ago my scalp be came: badly affected with- sore and itching humours, crusts, etc., and extend ing down ? behind - the ears. My ' hair came oufiii places also. I was greatly troubled! understood it was eczema. Tried various remedies, an called, with out effect. Saw your Cutioura adver tisement, and got them at once. Ap plied' thcnj'Hs tp directions, etc., and after two weeks; I tkhik, of use, was clear as a whistle. 'I have to. state also that late last fall, October and November, 1904, I was suddenly afflicted with a bad erup tion, painful and itching pustules over the lower part' ol the body. I. suffered dreadfully. In two months, under tho skilful treatment of my doctor, con joined with Cuticunt'Soap and Cuticura Ointment, I fou...

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WAR WITH AIRSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

WAR WITH AIRSHJPS. Mr Hudson Maxim, the lnventoi o maxlmitc and stabiliitc, foresees thai. Immediately one belligerent emyloj s balloons and airships tor attack thu other will have them also. To countu.1 is the rule in war as in ijoxii's,' ho re marks. 'Armed with liijiit rapld-llivs these airships woulii muut unJ light each other in the sky. should Eo:i;e escape and succeed in ^cttinjf above tho enemy's works with dynamite, the damage they would inlhi'. could be only local. If ;'. hunurt.l airehipb. carrying ten tons of dyn.ui:ite, were to pass our coast forliltuatlous aud dro.i their explosives, there would be no con siderable harm don?. We also would have a squadron to intercept them; but, supposing we did not, mortars can fire at an angle of 43dt.-g. and thu airships could not always be just over head and out of range of oil th^ oiast guns and war-ships. At pome timo they could be shot at, and a shrapnel bursting near a balloon or airshi,) would brin? it down. If a I'Mloon suc c...

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NAVIGATION BILL. MELBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

NAVIGATION Bl'-T,. ill* Telegraph, i MELBOTKNF.. July 7. The Xnvicntlon T'.ill. wlii.-n is nearly completed, will l-- intru'.ui: .J !i- the ' SeiiMtt'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

jtoniRD BROS. Mtjtt. A. WAKEFORD. f J. TB RRIS. S. a WAKEFORD. Ieneral commission agents, [ Complete Household Furnishers. LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SBCOND-TIAND FURNITURE ? ALWAYS ON HAND. j Also VEHICLES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. * ?t ? CASH BUTERS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. ,_| SECOND-HAND VEHICLES HOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale : PIANOS.— Makers, 'J. Irmler,' perfect Instrument of beautiful torn?: t.rlre. 60 Guineas. 'Stelner,' specially constructed for tropical climates. In spection Invited. Cash price, £47 10s. Approved terms. IRON SAFES.— Shipment Just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. Prices from £7 10s to £25. VEHICLES.— E. J. and W. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14. £15, £16, to f35. Light Lorry, in splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Van, £12. Waggonet te, in good order. £12. Styllili Hooded Sulky, equal to new, £22. Nearly new Pony Dog Cart,' £15 15s. PURE MARYBOROUG...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

BIRTH. GIFFORD. —On 1st inst., at Bureleigh Park, Aitkenvale, Townsville, the wife of Charles Gifford, Woodlark Island, of a son. IN MEMORIAM. MISKIN. —In loving memory of Eliza- beth Alice Miskin, who died on July 7th, 1906. Part of His host has crossed the flood And part are crossing now. (Inserted by her husband and family.) MISKIN. —In loving memory of Eliza- beth Alice Miskin, who died July 7th 1906. R.I.P.     (Inserted by her sorrowing son, Arthur.) NIELSEN. —In memory of Hans Gus- tav Nielsen, who departed this life 8th July, 1904. Gone, but not forgotten. (Inserted by his son and daughter.)

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

GOSSIP. [All announcements of engagements or marriages forwarded for insertion in this column must be properly authen- ticated.] A number of ladies and gentlemen attended the inspection of the Towns- ville military forces by Major-General Hoad at Kissing Point, on Saturday afternoon. At the invitation of the Commandant a few of the visitors were privileged to inspect the fortifi- cations and witness some big gun practice. At the conclusion of the in- spection Mrs Reynolds entertained the following visitors at afternoon tea at the officers' quarters. Mesdames Dar- vall, L. C. Wilson, F. Isley. D. Donald, Bernays, J. K. Mehan, F. Bogle, G. H. Harding, A. M. Beaumont, A. W. Mac- naughton, C. J. Walker, Parkinson, Finlayson, Misses J. Anning (Sydney), Harding (2), C. Walker, Bernays (3), L. Bartlam. The Club House presented a very gay and animated scene on Friday evening, when the members of the North Queensland Club entertained a large number of their friends at an "At Home." A number ...

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KANGAROO HILL NOTES. ("N.Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

KANGAROO HILL NOTES: ("N.Q. Herald's" Correspondent.) If any one were to enquire us to the area of Kangaroo Hills I would answer —It is all over the place. If you have a pack horse, and not much ex- perience, the chances are, rations are scattered and prayers recited for the welfare of the powers that be. And if on foot it is on all fours— climbing in many places like a kangaroo, hence the name is justly appropriate. There has been, and still is an agitation to open up a dray road to Ingham. I do not know if Ingham had any claims on the Hills, but not a few residents seem to think that by the assistance of the Townsville Chamber of Commerce, a dray road would be more certain. Any- how, by way of Poppin's track the Hinchinbrook Shire Council are trying to improve the track, and have done fair work in places, but a few plugs of dynamite would do more execution in removing some of the jump ups. Mr Bosworth, a very old resident, has a general store, and in connection, therewith the Moun...

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TOWNSVILLE POLICE COURT Saturday, July 6. (Before Mr J. A. Boyce, P.M.) VAGRANCY CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

TOWNSVILLE POLICE COURT Saturday, July 6. (Before Mr J. A. Boyce, P.M.) VAGRANCY CHARGES.   Edward Johnson, alias Reginald Fisher, and Edward Williams, alias James Garrity, were charged with having no lawful visible means of sup- port. Fisher was also charged with obtaining £5 from Harry Williams by false, pretences.   Senior-sergeant Henders said he did not propose to call evidence against   Edwad Williams who he asked might be discharged. Williams was accordingly discharged. Sergeant King, stationed at Charters Towers, who was on special duty at Townsville, said that he knew Johnson. He also knew Harry Williams, and his brother Fred. Campbell Williams. On July 4i witness was on Cluden race- course, where the Williams brothers made a complaint to him and handed him a bookmaker's ticket (produced) . In handing the ticket one of the Wil- liams gave him certain information and the description of a man. On July 5 he was again on duty at Cluden rac...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. Major-General Hoad, Inspector-Gene- ral of the Commonwealth military forces, was tendered a complimentary dinner at the Queen's Hotel on Satur- day night by the officers of the mili- tary forces in Townsville. Captain Darvall (Northern District Staff Offi- cer) presided, and there were also pre- sent, besides the guest of the evening, Colonels Lyster and Ahearne, Lieuten- ant-Colonel Chubb, his Worship the Mayor (Alderman P. Minehan), Major Caldersmith, Captains Pritchard, Par- kinson, Wakeford, Jameson, Wilson, Fewtrell, G. Murray, F. Johnson, Lieu- tenants Cooke-Russell, Reynolds, Will- mett , Abraham, Fewtrell, Donald, Mc-           Whinney, Charles McWhinney, Keane, and Mr W. McIlwaine (secretary of the Townsville Rifle Club).   The usual loyal toast having been honored to the strains of the National Anthem, played by the Lifeboat Band outside the hotel, Lieutenant-Colonel Chubb p...

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