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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
Owing to the increased size of the "North Queensland Herald" of Satur- day last, the postage to places out- side the Commonwealth will be 3½d per copy. The total amount collected by the local land agent, Mr. J. H. Shaw, dur- ing the past month was £257 17s 2d, made up as follows:— Rents.— Agricul- tural farms, £9 17s 5d; homesteads, £18 2s 0d; grazing farms, £2 1s 5d; uncon- ditional selections, £111 2s 10d; infor- mal leases, £1; occupation licenses, £3 1s 0d; survey fees, £5 8s 11d; deposits, on applications to select, £18 16s 8d; deposits on applications for occupation licenses, £10 10s 0d; timber, £57 19s 6d; lithos and pamphlets, £1 2s 0d; received from the Treasury for payment to dif- ferent individuals, £18 15s 5d, which with the balance from last month, which amounted to £15 3s 9d, made a gross total of £273 0s 11d. That amount was distributed as follows: — Refunds, £16 5s 1d; remitted to the Treasury. £215 14s 8d; while there was a balance of £41 1s 2d carried forward to ne...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
PERSONAL. Mr. W. Lennon will be entertained at the Queen's Hotel to-night by a num- ber of his Townsville friends prior to his departure for Brisbane, where he intends to reside in future. The idea which seems to have become prevalent that subscription lists were sent out for the purpose of raising a public testimonal is not correct. Mr. Edwin Geach returned from the north yesterday after a flying visit to Cairns. The manager is a passenger for the south in the Bingera this even- ing, en route to Sydney, in order to complete arrangements for the return of the Willoughby, Ward and Palotta company to the Criterion Theatre, where they open for a lengthy season in "Mr. Hopkinson." Professor Hermann Klaatsch, who &nbsp; recently spent three years in Austra- lia, engaged in anthropological and ethnological research, and who re- turned to Germany a few months ago, has since been appointed Professor of Anthropology and Ethnology at the Breslau University. Writing to Dr. Hirschfeld, ...
The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 8, 1907. COMPULSORY PEACE PROJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 8, 1307. COMPULSORY PEACE PROJECTS. It would be a curious coincidence if the second meeting of the Hgue Peace Conference should be immediately fol- &nbsp; lowed as was the first by a big war. The difficulty between the United States and Japan, however, is not of the kind that is at all likely to directly cause war unless one of the two nations involved is in a very bellicose &nbsp; &nbsp; mood. It is like the spark which will cause an eplosion under certain pre- &nbsp; &nbsp; existing conditions and which it is necessary to extinguish, but hardly of itself constitutes a very serious danger. In the present instance, it can only be dangerous if its vitality is fostered, in- stead of it being stamped out. The people of the United States led by their President are so averse to war with Japan that they strongly condemn the Californian action which is the cause of the trouble, though they sym- pathise with...
INSPECTOR-GENERAL HOAD. VISIT TO TOWNSVILLE. TOWNSVILLE MILITARY. INSPECTED BY MAJOR-GENERAL HOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
INSPECTOR-GENERAL HOAD. VISIT tO TOWNSVILLE. TOWNSVILLE MILITARY. &nbsp; INSPECTED BY MAJOR-GENERAL HOAD. On Saturday afternoon Major-Gene- &nbsp; ral Hoad, C.M.G., Inspector-General of the military forces of the Common- &nbsp; wealth, inspected No 6 Company of the &nbsp; 15th A.L.H. Regiment, under Captain Wilson ; No. 2 Company A.G.A., under Captain Pritchard; A.A.M.C., under &nbsp; Captain Parkinson; Senior Cadet Com- pany, under Lieutenant Cooke-Russell; and the Townsville Company of Cadets under Major Caldersmlth, at Kissing Point. The day being beautifully fine a number of civilians watched the &nbsp; proceedings, amongst those present &nbsp; being the Mayor (Alderman P. Mine- han), Mr D. J. Brownhill (American Consular Agent) and Mrs Brown- hill, Mr C. Jameson (Crown Prosecutor) ; Mr Macnaughton, Mrs L. C. Wilson, Mrs Reynolds, Mrs Darvall, Mrs J. K. Mehan, Mrs Isley, Mr T. Wlllmett, Sergeant J. W. Paul (a retired office...
AQUATICS AQUATIC CARNIVAL. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1907
AQUATICS AQUATIC CARNIVAL. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. Officers:—Patron, Mr. P. F. Hanran, &nbsp; M.L.A.; President, Mr. J. Cummins, Vice-Presidents, Messrs. W. Carroll, M. Cameron, J. S. Duffield, and W. L. Chapman; Commodore, Mr. J. Dil- lane; Vice-Commodore, Mr. F. W. Satini; Rear-Commodore, Mr. O. J. Gruter; Flag Officer, Capt. J. B. Burt; Hon. Handicapper and Meas- urer, Mr. C. S. Norris; Committee, Messrs. F. Craig, G. Lane, G. W. Staff Conn, C. Satini, and A. Moyses; Officials.—Judges, Mr. J. Cummins, &nbsp; &nbsp; and Mr P. F. Hanran, M.L.A.; Re- ferees, Capt. Burt, Messrs. J. S. Duf- field, M. Cameron, and W. L. Chap- man; Starter, Mr. W. Carroll; Handicapper and Timekeeper, M. C. S. Norris. What was probably one of the most successful aquatic carnivals in the his- troy of aquatics in Townsville was held in the Swing Basin, Ross Creek, on Saturday afternoon. It was an ex- cellent finish to an already successful carnival week, and the committee have every r...
LANCELOT FREEHOLD TIN AND COPPER MINES, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
LANCELOT FREEHOLD TIN AND COPPEK MINKS, LTD. Dr Edlinger. manager, reports as fol lows for the month of June:— Lancelot Mine.— The amount of tin stone raised has been 2.'! tons, obtained from the same stoaes as mentioned in my last report. At No. 5 level west stopo a fault was met with, which I assume to be the 'Brussels' fault. The lode here ts rich on the footwall, but poor on the hanglngwall. In No. 4 level east drive, a cement dam has been built to prevent the water from running down Into the main shafr. The quantity of water coming from this level amounts to about a gallon per minute. The bottom of the shaft has been cleaned oui and timbered, and preparations are betnc madi to sink the main shaft. » Diamond Drill.— Owing to the bore master's leaving on the 4th, we discon tinued boring. The borehole is in 346 feet. Magnum Bonutri.— We arc through the old working* and are rising up into the untouched ore body. The lode at this place was found to consist of magnetite, mlxeA with w...
FIND OF WOLFRAM. THERTON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
FIND OF WOLFRAM. ?By Teleeianh.- .'THBRTON, July S. It is reported that a find or wolfram has been made two and a half miles south of Lake Kacham. The country is of granite, and prospectors are sink ing on a lode about eighteen Inches thick. Seven claims have been ragged out on the creek for alluvial, and fifty acres for leases. Prospects seen show poor quality, the alluvial wolfram carrying tin and gold, the country be ing covered with dense ircrub, making prospecting most difficult. Nom? but men prepared to stand three or four months are advised to visit the now find, as prospecting can only be done by trenching, meaning time and ex nenso.
RETURN OF WILLOUGHBY AND WARD COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
RETURN OF WILLOUGHBT AND WARD COMPANY On Thursday, Friday, and Saturda* evenings next, playgoers will be affoi ded an opportunity of saying farewell to this popular band of players, when the management will stage on the Thursday their great success 'The New Clown,' on the Friday, 'The Man from Mexico,' whilst the season will terminate on the Saturday with a re vival of 'The Talk of the Town.' In referring to 'The New Clown,' an ox cVmngc stales:— In 'The New Clown,' Mr. Ward is a host in himself; it is ? ' p::rt which taxes to the full the ac tive powers of an eccentric comedian, a:id' lie is just the man who can extract the utmost value from every farcical situation. The result is one of thosn. most excruciatingly funny performan ces which keep an audience wild witn laughter the whole evening. Intending patrons would do well to secure their seats In advance at McCuIlagh's.
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
MINING. The Towers 'Telegraph' correspond ent at Nymboul, Smith's Creek, writes: 'There Is nolhini: fresh here yet. The mini and the n.ill have not started yet, but the mill is expected to start next Thursday. Another accident hap, peneu here last Wednesday at the show just outside or the township. A man named O'Brien was down the shaft timbering up. They were sending down some slabs from the surface, tied in :i sling, whun one of them slipped out and fell dm O'Brien's head, cutting the skull and i-xposins (he brain. He was taken fn to .Mount Garnet hospital in a buggy, and I believe lie is getting on fairly well. The man who broke his leg at the mine is likely to be in the hospital for another seven months. They are still mullocking up at the miii', but 1 bclii-vo they will start breaking ore when the battery starts.' M- J. B. Cirarlton, for a Gympic syndicate, has taken up a lease be tween the Star Silver-lead mln-\ and the Eastern Wc-inert and Orient Silver and Lead minus at Orie...
HERBERT FLEMMING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
JIKRBERT FLEMMING COMPANY. The Herbert Flemmlng Company 'pen at the Theatre Royal on Monday iiiprht. Play-goers who appreciate the Iiiu-her form of dramatic art will wel come tho determination of Air Herbert F!'-mming to keep the late Brough j'lemining Company in existence for ?in indefinite period No company did ? Hi ire. for the uplifting of tho colonial ??na:,'c than, that headed by the Iato Hubert Brough and his gifted wife, a I'd no aclor-inanager was missed more than he was when the combina tion he had organised, trained, and tausht finally broke up In 1902. That was really tho end of his career In Australia, for though later on he was seen once more al the head of a com-' ]-any. mixed with the pleasure of see ing him was a knowledge that he was n visitor only. Still he was with us long enough to show that his hand had lost none of its cunning, and, thanks to him and, Mr Flemmlng also, the company associated with him have been invested with a considerable share of the atmosphe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
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ENTERTAINMENTS. ALBANI CONCERT COMPANY. REFINED MUSICAL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
ENTERTAINMENTS. ALBANI CONCERT COMPANY. REFINED MUSICAL TREAT. Although the audience that greeteu the Albani Concert Company was not numerically commensurate with t!i« merits of the combination they showed by their enthusiasm their capacity for appreciating at its wortn a high-class musical treat. The fame that had preceded the prima donna lea to the belief that she would over shadow the others, as is frequently the case with noted artists, but there was not one of the quartette who could not Justly lay claim to high rank In their respective departments, and the fact that each was recalleu with as much enthusiasm as wa-- Madame Alhani was a striking tribute to his or lur artistic merit. Of course, must interist was centred in the fam ous soprano, who Eelected for her --P'iilng number Mozart's 'L'Amero' (from -II re Pastore'), which gavi; her a fine opportunity of disclosing the richness and beauty of her voice, and the ;inlstle command she has over it. Mr. Haydn Wood supplied the vi...