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THE CASE OF MR. SCOTT. MELBOURNE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
THE CASE OF MR. SCOTT. (By Telegraph.! MELBOURNE. Julv 8. The Secretary of the Central Postal Administration provides an Instance of the Government's lack of faith in the departmental regulations requiring the retirement of officials when they reach 6? years of age. Mr R. T. Scott reached that age in December last, but his retirement was postponed until the end of thlB year. The Postmaster General Btated on Saturday that he had asked Mr Scott to remain for an other year, which would be up to the end of December, 1908. Mr Scott en tered &B Postal Department in Queensland on 14th July, 1862, and will, In a few days, complete his 45th year of service.
SENATE VACANCY. MELBOURNE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
SENATE VACANCY. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 8. Mr Vardon, the unseated South Aus tralian Senator, has lodged a formal objection with the Commonwealth Electoral Bureau to a decision which It recently came to that the vacancy In the Senate is to be filled by the South Australian Parliament, his contention being that there should be a new elec tion. Mr Keating has referred the matter \o the Attorney-General.
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. MELBOURNE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE. July 8. Although last year's vote for wire less telegraphy was not expended, con siderable progress lias been made in gathering Information about the vari ous systems which are before the pub lic. Mr Chapman has now under con sideration the report of a committee consisting of representatives of the Postal Department, Defence Depart ment and Admiralty, appointed to investigate the matter with a view to adopting a system whicli would be of service to all three administrations. A .sum of £1000 will again be j-lacr.J or. tin' isiimates and the present Idea is to call tenders for the absolute pur chase for Australia of Hie rights uf ;i suitable system. Although nothing is yet determined, it is probable tliat the lirst installation established by the Commonwealth will bo between Now Guinea and the mainland.
MR DEAKIN'S HEALTH. MELBOURNE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
MR D1CA KIN'S HEALTH. (By Telegraph.) MKLI'.-iL'liNE, July 8. The Prime Minister (Mr Alfred Dcakin) is nuffc-rins iVom ii slight at tack of nervous prostration, which will necesslUUu a few days1 complete rest. He is anxious to come down to the House to-morrow for a few hours, but his colleagues have expressed a strong desire that he should not do so. There Is nothing serious the matter, and there Is no cause for the slightest anxiety: Mr Deakln's present inten tion is to go to Point Lonsdale on Wed nesday and to remain there until early next week. In the meantime, Sir Wil liam Lyne, who Is next In seniority In the Cabinet, will look after the Prime Minister's work.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
DO HOT MAKE THE MISTAtE of thinking that SANDER AND SONS PURE VOLATILE BUCAMPTf EX TRACT is like the many eucalyptus preparations now. foisted on tho public as 'extracts' and as 'fit for medi cinal use.' These latter have given risrs to Intense Inflammation when ap plied to tender surfaces. FANDER AND SONS' PUP.E VOLATILE EU CALYPTI EXTRACT, on the othei hand, is always .safe, reliable, and ef fective, and has a healing power peculiarly Its own. It Is authoritatively proved to have no cquat In Its effect on colds. Influenza, lung troubles, sores, etc. Therefore, inBlst upon tha genuine, and reject all othere.— 0.
WHAT EDISON IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
WHAT EDISON IS DOING. Edli-.on is now 09, r.nd be will no longer invent tor ihc fan: of making money. Uut hi' saya thai: -'For manjr years 1 have lonso.l to take up purely scientific investigation, but there have bi*en so many things t-j engross my at tention that I have Had to defer this kind of work. For years, however, I have be-on making preparations lor. this task. I have kept notes of curious things which I have observed In my various experiments, but v.l.!ch at tho time were only Kldi-lssucs. Whon 9 man is in a laboratory working en a problem he conies across 'H kinds ot phenomena, and he can't take the time to trace these innnlfeEtatiois to their source, because that would Interfere with the task he is wrosUliit with. . . Those side-vistas into the realms of science, however, have su i harmed ma that now I intend to retrace my isteps. and rtrlke out in search nf 'he truths that I know must Me somewhere .be yond my former horizon. Bv means ot tnvestisations based on Um- data ...
MASONIC INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
wwmmmmK itt^Bgeft'oStaio SJ»ei&la. «ind Aifc^m Star a!nd ?jmittcin ljI»dg«r:-(Q.-J.:) WU- held at the Masonlt Hall :«n JE&ursflay afternoon. The ceremony of lnetalla #on'ji/iiXipisrt6fmeA~i-yythe Vwy Wor jftU^-iJBiSkSioB1, MUHcan, t.D.Q.T^ MdTfewtt lx-teo iMPBctpr or ,*he Orapfl^liofeo of Queenajaia. Ho «aj ^Mjti*i»lB^ by Wor. pros. Fuller, Broj^, Turner, jind l«We jtChprters ?Towew). At the instaUa^tlon %I the Masters, Wor. Bros. -H. V. Brown and A. U'gp't''-. there was an array of 81 Past Rasters of fte Grand I»od$e of Que^ajmid. ??. The (olJowJngr officers of ?the two Jodgea were then installed by the j^Wlyl-instaUed' Mas£r, under _the «uperln^enden5» of yerjr - Vfor. , Bro. Mullein V-S.W.'s, It i. Morris and G. OBbadfitoni J.fr/* VT- P. Swales and '%.' .iJryee ; ^Treasurers, 'tyor. Bros. HUlman 'and Sullivan; ' Secretaries', Wor.terosi Annan and Ackers; Chap lains, A. Richardson and J. C. Wilson; S.D.'«, 13. Agilne And Bees Thomas; J.D.'e, p.) jSrooinfieicl and F...
ODD STOCK AND OTHER NOTES. FROM SOUTH-WEST QUEENSLAND. THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
ODD STOCK AND OTHER r' HOTES. FROM SOUTH-WEST QUJSENS , LAND. (Specially written for tho 'North Queensland Herald/' by H.7.H.) THE MARKETS. Since last report there has Deen nothing very startling to report in stock matters, although prices for all kind* of stock are very firm. Fat stock are' In good demand, prices for fat bullocks being £7 10s, fat cows £6, faf 'wethers in wool are worth from Ms 6d to IBs; store wethers off shears 8s to 9fc, good class of ewes off shears, in Iamb, 10s 6d, aged ewes 8s, very old 4s. There 'is a good demand for proper ties o'f all kinds In the pastoral line, and McPhle arid Co. report having three at present under offer, and as the Inspector's report was In each case favorable 'the firm' hope to hear at any moment that sales have been of lecteil. Gowrle station, the property of the executors In the estate of tho late E. Flood, Is in the market for sale, and is now bilrg inspected with a view to a change of ownership. Gowrle has been a very profitable ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
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CABLE MESSAGES. AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
CABLE MESSAGES. AMERICA AND JAPAN. LONDON, July 8. The ' New York Herald's ' Manila correspondent cables that owing to peremptory orders from Washington, all Japanese working in the fortifica tions at Clougapo and Cavitc have been discharged. There Is great ex citement In the Philippines owing to the announcement that a battleship fleet is coming to tho Pacific. lTho ' New Tork World ' appeals to Presi dent Roosevelt not to commit the dis astrous diplomatic blunder of sending a fleet, and urges the use of his Influence to compel a cessation of the flagrant crime of jingo-journalism which may inflame the' national heart. The lead ing Japanese journals deprecate the nervousness of America, and express tho, conviction that all trouble will soon be removcdv