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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. Julv 8. Mr Lock, the Independent, candidate for Waverely, advocates a rystc-m of 'young-age pensions,' as. in his opinion, lack of population Is a menace to Australia. Two young men, Frank Rlx and Joseph Harrington, were injured while playing football on Saturday. Rix's skull was fractured, and Harrington's right Iec was broken. When one of the General Post Office mail delivery vans was being backed alongside the steamer Bundah at the North Coast S.N. Company's wTiarf on Saturday night, the horse and van backed over the edge into the water. Tho weight of the van dragged the horse under, and he disappeared from view. The van contained 19 bags of malls, and these floated, and were afterwards recovered and sent on by th-3 steamer.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE. July 8. A man presented himself at the house of Fred. Winstanley, near Doyle's Well, at Venus Bay, during the absence of the latter and his wife. He was armed with a loaded rifle and 100 rounds of ammunition, and it is al leged that he forcibly took away Frederick Winstanley's stepdaughter, aged 18 years, under a threat of shoot Ing her If she dirt not consent to go with him. Frederick Winrtanley is searching the whole neighborhood, but as it Is mostly thick scrub only onp track leading from thp house can bp discovered. The police were com municated with, and a mounted con stable left with a black tracker for Venus Bay. Fears are entertained for the cirl's safety.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
Mrs Homar (reading) : 'An ordinary piano contains about a mile of wire.' Homar: 'Does it? The one next door sounds as though it contained a wag sronful of ..saucepans!' Jones' IXL Jams made from pure Tasmanian fruit are unequalled for quality and flavor.* Sabama will make y«or faoe sweet and hsTKjsome.
INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. CHARLEVILLE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph.) (From Our Correspondents.) QUEENSLAND. CHARLEVILLE. July S. A large area around the town has been proclaimed tick-infested and all stock routes Into Charlevtlle have been closed. Stock may travel down the Langio to Langlo crossing, and thence to Boolhulla, and down the Paroo. alsu via Adavale Downs, Beechal Creek, and Paroo, also via Morven down to AugathcIIa, via Wallal, and also from Tambo via NIve Downs, Augathella and Morveji. Stock owners here are disgusted at the Government not having dips on the stock routes from tick-Infested areas, although the importance of the matter has repeatedly been brought before them. A meeting of those Interested will 'be held on Wednesday night to urge the Government to take Im medjato action in that direction. It Is stated the itcks found here are not the northern cattle ticks, which will not live here. AH the stock now leav ing here have been smeared before leaving. T^n thousand sheep left. Murweli grazing farm for Ai...
THE PRIME MINISTER'S RIDICULE. LONDON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
THE PRIME MINISTER'S RIDI CULE. (Dy Cable.) LONDON, July 8. Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman, speak ing at the National Liberal Club, ridi culed Mr Alfred Lyttelton's censure on the Government. 'Our colonial friends were aware, said Sir Henry. ' that our decision on preference was a fore gone conclusion after the last election.' Mr Lyttelton's motion deceived nobody, would only afford protectionists a cheap advertisement and possibly stimulate Liberals to hold the fort of freetradc and press forward for sev eral political reforms which the colo nies already enjoyed.
TASMANIA. HOBART, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
TASMANIA. HOBART. Julv 8. Tho net profit of the exhibition of Australian products and manufactures, held at Launceston under the auspices of the local branch of the Australian Natives' Association, reached a total of £558. That sum, together with pub lished subscriptions, will be devoted to the erection of a clock and chimes in the northern city.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
A visitor to the Towers remarked on Saturday evening that It was really astonishing where the people came from. What with a crowded circus, a packed School of Arts, and the Theatre comfortably filled, there was still a large number of people in the streets, not to mention the number of those seeking Porter's Bulldog Ale and Stout In the various hotels.— (Advt.).
ROBBERY FROM DUBLIN CASTLE. LONDON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
ROBBERY FROM DUBLIN CASTLE. LONDON. July 8. The ' Express ' states that the safe In Dublin Castle has been plundered of the insignia of the Order of St. Patrick, valued at £50,000. The insignia is required in connection with the Royal visit. It was last seen some months ago. . The robbery Is a mys tery, since the Insignia wasiftsver on public view' in the tower, where it was kept carefully guarded. The safe was intact, and apparently a duplicate key had been used.
THE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES QUESTION. LONDON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
THE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES QUESTION. LONDON. July 8. Router's Agency states that nego tiations between Great Britain and the United States respecting a modus vl vendi for the winter for the herring fisheries have reached a deadlock ow ing, to Great Britain's inability to en force the suggested clause preventing Newfoundland serving legal processes on American vessels. Newfoundland refuses to agree to the claus6, and the British Government must obtain the Imperial Parliament's approval before It will bo able to enforce its prohibi tion over the colony's veto.
KAID McLEAN'S CAPTURE. LONDON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907
KAID McLEAN'S CAPTURE. LONDON. July 7. In connection with the capture of Katd McLean, It has transpired that McLean, on finding that the bandit Ralsuli's demands were preposterous. returned to Fez, and the first negotia tions failed. Raisuli then wrote ex pressing regret, and intimated that he was prepared to accept the Sultan's terms. At -a second Interview at Al caaa, Kald McLean tieglected to enlist the assistance of two tribes which' had previously guaranteed security of nego tiations and proceeded almost alone to a spot appointed. Finding that Ralsuli' was attended by a large band kald McLean was powerless to refuse an In vitation to proceed further Into the mountains. , / : ? LONDON. July 8. 'JThfi authorities are asldng Zelaed, Chler of the Benlthowar tribe, formerly palsuli'8 lieutenant, to use his moral Influence to force the release vof Kald flitter Ratoull had been appointed to ^JW^lyroyernorshlp It was discovered that he was entering Into relations with the Pretender to ...