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HOME MATCHES. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

HOME MATCHES. (By Cable.) LONDON .Tulv 7. The South Africans defeated Sussex by S3 runs. Cambridge beat Oxford by five wickets.

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CRICKET THE ENGLISH TEAM'S FIXTURES. SYDNEY, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

CRICKET THE ENGLISH TEAM'S FIXTURES. -Bv Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 8. Mr. W; P. McElhqne, hori. secretary ti the AuBtraUanbi)ardA%4 control, Vak reteWesO. frota -the -MarylebonV Cricket Club, a cable approving of the . programme arranged for the English team's tour next season. The programme 'has been slightly amended and the proposed match at Ballarat has been cut out The first test match will begin at Sydney, on December 14th, a day later than originally arranged, and the second match against Victoria, on December 21st, in place of 20th of that month. The third test match at Adelaide has been put forward two days, and will begin on January 10th Instead of the 12th. The match against Victoria will begin on January 31st, a day earl:ci than was proposed. The fourth ten * match at Melbourne is set down for 7th Instead of 8th February, and Uit fifth test match will begin at Sydney on February 21 and not 25th. Tlio South Australian match will be opened on February 29th, and the final mat...

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GEORGETOWN MINING FATALITY. GEORGETOWN, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

GEORGETOWN MINING FATALITY. [By Telegraph.) GEORGETOWN. July 8. The first mining fatality for a con- siderable period occurred last Wednes- day, when a braceman named Edward Butler fell off the brace at the Ortona Copper Mine No. 2 shaft, from a height of 15 feet on Monday. He was found seriously injured, and was being brought to the Georgetown Hospital when he died at Percyville, having been carried a distance of 30 miles over fearful country. No details are avail- able. A magisterial inquiry will be held.

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POORNESS OF BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

POORNESS OF BLCOD. Poorness of Blood is the natural re sult of indigestion. When the food is not properly digested and assimilated, the nutritious properties pass out of the system without benefiting the body or replenishing the veins wltn new blood. Constipation and disorders of the vnrloua organs tend to poison the Blood, and Nature simply exci clses her prerogative by throwing off the Impurities through eruptions !n tlK- =l:|ll Miss Nellie Elliott, of 'Hampton House,' Ann-street. Brisbane, who suffered from habitual weakness, feel Ings of exhaustion, eruptions in tnu skin, Impaired digestion,* and chronic constipation, and who is now stronb and well, and regular in every wa», Miss Nellie Elliott (From a Photo). Miss Nellie Elliott (From a Photo). attrlbi'tes her re cover;- to Health to the wonderful curatl o and cor rective properties of Dr. Morse's In dian Hoot tills. She says:— 'Hav- ing su^ered much distress and Ir ritation through eruptions in the skin, caused by Poorness of ...

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NIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

Wm®mm: ^MKu&Bm porte, with through pas K^l^uria, PWlp and Co., £t-L, BBB8S J^Blnsera, «. Captain A. Cowie, MfciimaBtUibane via ports. Passengers: ^BjmMJafiaes Andersen,. O'Connor, H. ?BilpTS, Stark, Phipps, ' I£ Wilson, KPtS^n, A. T. Hajloran, W. B. Slmp BBfcf Sad child, Minton and child, Wat W&amk^s,3. H. Schwilk, Turnbull and BBSUd, -Everett and child; Misses Fhlpps, j&liter; Flnbar, Mulr. D. Sheard. W. §§tt&a, Gregson (2), Hodgklnson, J. ||gMBon, Johnston, Cross (2), Malone, llihaw, Bister Genevleve; Major Gal l|agher (U.S.A.), Rev. M. Highfleld, pBev. Dr Toungman, Dr McCabe; Sptissrs G. Holmes, A. Douglas, Robert Mip'n, Stark, T. Mlddleton, H. Andrews, '.iH. S. Evans, J. B. O'Hara, Weldimans, tfMbson, A. S. Isaacs, W. H. Flamstead, ipP. H. Buchanan, C. M. Davis, W. J. §Rtfcrce, J. A. Walker, L. S. Mlllingen, ffSregson, Nixon, H. Epps, W. Thomp son, Stock, J. Dunne, C. S. Wells, E. H. ,*lant, J. B. Schwilk, J. A. Clarke, Gibson, Richelmann, Cummlng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

Aflia Viewing toe SigKts of ^7%i»ailioa f V'K, pafimASH sfc ^LINiDBRS filTKEEIT. -? ? — ' ? ' ???? ? .-. -^r We Sell only the Best pf its kind. We Save Purchased HUTTON'S TROPHY -OF... Pineapple Bacon and Hants, BIjTJEI BXBBON BAOOif BLUE RIBBON fl^MS To be cut with our New Bacon Slicer, A Sight worth seeing. DON'T FOBGBT We sell the Famous Warwick Butter. We are the Cheapest and most reliable in Town. TELEPHONE 49. COUNTRY VISITORS, Now is the time to have your Eyes examined by the Latest and most Up-to-Date Scientific methods. We Test and Examine all Eyes Free of Cbarge. Field and Race Glasses a Speciality. A. P. GREENFIELD & CO., FlINDERB STBEET, TOWNSVILLE. YOUR BOOTS ! ' What kind are they? Is tho goodness of only ' gloss ' deep? It's :i different etory with the 'SWAILS' kind of footwear. They're just as good INSIDE ns they arc on the surface. The same good workmanship is put into eyelets as In the finishing ot the sole. They're made to wear, to give comfort and lasting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

AULDANA WINES. AW\RDS at the Wine Shows, Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia, at Adelaide for tin* years 1904. 1905, and 1906, fur THE CHAMPION CUPS, (For three types of wme), Sk* By a different Victorian Judge each year. | . __ ? K/'&fcH — ist Auldana ; 2nd Carmichael ; 3rd Tyrrell. WRS$g-$r*-j.&t Auldana 5 2nd Penfold ; 3rd Auldana. HHf$ji&rT*& Auldana ; 2nd Auldana ; 3rd Stoneyfell. l|mHT, HEATDN & Co,, Ltd,, Sole Agent*,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

^u.'s.n. oajs . STEAMERS ere Intended to be des patched from JETTT IWHARE as under j— - * ? BOWBN ' t HACKAY ^?jtOCKHAMFTON WIANDRA, -K*ppel Bay) Monday, July 15, BRISBANE) r * p-ln- BUNDABERG' MABTB'K'UQH* VSTDNBT I WODONGA, MELBOURNE! '; J. E. Meaburn, Transhipping for Monday, July 22, Adelaide end 1 p.m. Fremantle ? BOWEN ' BINGBRA^ -MACKAY Every Monday. GLADSTONE At 9.45 BRISBANE - from ?f Railway Station. CAIRNS ^H WYANDrX] PORT DOUGLAS! Vedn'sday, July 10, COOKTOWN 1 at 2.30 p.m. ? From Jetty. 1 'maranoa. COOKTOWN iSaturday, July 20, THURSDAT .IS'D| 2 p.m. NORMANTON- |From Town Wharf BTJRiKBTOWN 1 Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. LUCINDA POINT) KURANDaI CARDWELL I Every Monday. MOURHiTAN- f ' W a.m. GERALDTON I From- Jetty Wharf CAIRNS ?No careo received PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. BRISBANE! I MARANOAj Cfllrect) v| Friday, July 12th, rAt reduced fares | 8 a.m. From Town Wharf ?Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particulars apply to— BURNS. FHILP &CO., LTD., Agents. ...

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INSTALLATION MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

INSTALLATION MASONIC BALL. A Masonic ball, following the joint Installation of the Hlbernia and Albion Star and Milllcan lodges, under the Grand Lodge of Queensland, was held in the Masonic Hall, Sturt-street West, on Thursday, 4th July. The attend ance was a large one. At the con clusion of the Grand March, Very ^Vor. Bro. Joe MlUlcan, P.D.G.M., 6.L.I., after a happy, short address declared the ball open. Amongst those present 'were: Mrs J. P. Allan '^Charters Towers), black silk costume, trimmed irtilte 'lace and handsome applique, ipray scarlet popples ; Mrs TlUey .(Charters Towers), brown silk ecru lace and Insertion, elacie niching straps; Mrs G. Anderson (Charters fTowers), white silk blouse, black silk oklrt, trimmings chiffon ; Mrs A. Mil llcan (Charters Towers), white Indian linen, rln tucks. Insertion and em broidery ; Mrs P. Korr (Charters Tow ors), creme voile, blonde insertion and lace yoke over satin : Mrs J. Man ning (Charters Towers), black crepe voile skirt, floral ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

Kfordbros. &. ?'&.-£. OTAKEFOHD. /' J. IE RRIB. y' S. O. WAKEFORD. &Y ''.'?'. ''?' ' V m ? d 9 ja_ ? ^ _^_ _?-?_- GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Complete Household Furnishers. | '' LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE f ALWAYS ON HAND. I Also VEHICLES OP EVERT DESCRD?TION. 1 v CASH BUYERS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. ( ' SECOND-HAND. VEHICLES BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. r ? We have fop Private Sale: PIANOS.— Makers, 'J. Irniler,' perfect instrument of beautiful tone: price. 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 f 7 10s to £25. VEHICLES.— E. J. and W. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from f20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £16, to £35. Light Lorry, in splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Van, £12. Wagrgonette, in good order, £12. Stylish Hooded ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

t)remifr tobacconist! Jl premier hairdressing SALOON! FREMTER SPORTING DEPOTI IS ALF ARMOUR'S (Lowth's Buildings). Have you tried ARMOUR'S MIXTURE? Mild, Fragrant, a Favorite! It has first call, and smokers having once tried it will have no other. ALF. ARMOUR'S HAIRDRESSING SALOON has a reputation and Is going the right way to keep it You don't know what a Comfortable Shave Is until you have been to Armour's Saloon, PIPES FOR THE MILLION. And Beautiful Smoking Pipes. DoeB It ever strike you that a Nice Free Pipe makes a most acceptable present? 'Try It. SPORTING NEW&. ALF. ARMOUR can accommodate you with NewB about every Race Meeting to take place In North Queensland or in the South. If you cannot see him personally, write or wire. You know the address. It's good business dealing with a man who does work in an above board manner. Therefore ALF, ARMOUR fa the man tor you. ? Legat Notices ? IN THE SUPREME COURT OF. QUEENSLAND, TOWNSVILLE. IN the Will of GEORGE RAT CLIFFE, late...

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NEW MINISTERS AT WORK. BRISBANE, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

MEW MINISTERS AT WORK. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 8. iW'fflit new Ministers (Messrs Haw «6rne and Kerr) commenced their du »ta-aay.

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NOTES FROM WINTON THE SHEARING SEASON. STOCK PASSINGS. WINTON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

NOTES FfiOM WINT0N THE SHEARING SEASON. STOCK PASSINGS. iBy Telegraph.) WINTON, July 8. Coolnda finished shearing on Satur day; 33,000 sheep were shorn by IB men in two weeks and four days of actual .hmrim. Nearly a week was lost time through the wet. It was a splendid team of shearers and Martin rung the shed, the highest tally being 195. The Wlnton Co/s portable plant carried out the contract atid the plant is being removed to Olio, where a start will bo made on Monday next. No Coolnda wool has yet arrived ow ing to the impossibility to get car riers. Most of the latter are fully em ployed. Warrnambool Downs expects to finish In ten days. They are short-handed in all departments. Mr Fisher, the manager, was in town in search of men and was only able to secure two men Even for permanent work there Is a great scarcity of labor throughout the district. Drover McGugan is unable to obtain men for a lengthy droving trip and in tends wiring to Townsville and Char ters Towers to endeavor ...

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THE WEATHER. WINTON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

THE WEATHEB. :Bj Telegraph.) WINT'-iX. Julv S. The weather is vari.i; ? . s. nv .!;iys being hot and others ? ? li. A i or« sent a cold snap i.* In in; \-- ri- need. ATI!;:,; '?? i\ July S. The v.vather :.-

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

IN MEMORIAM.         JAMES. —In loving memory of John Alexander James, who died at Ing- ham on July 9th, 1906. GRAY. —In affectionate remembrance   of George Gray, aged 52 years, the dearly beloved husband of Frances Gray, who gave his life on July 9th, 1906.      Judge him not for fear ye be judged, I am his Judge, saith the Lord. Husband, companion of my youth, The world looks dark without you, Though all the world condemns, I will never doubt you. Jesus, lover of my soul, Faithful friend and just, Tender Judge of all mankind, On thee I trust. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

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TWO FATALITIES AT KATOOMBA FALLS. SYDNEY, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

TWO FATALITIES AT KATOOMBA FALLS. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 8. William T. J. Lannon, aged 13, son of Joseph Lannon. of Newtown, went to see the Katoomba Falls, which were frozen over, yesterday afternoon, with his sister and a friend named Jewett. He was trying to get an Icicle which was hanging in great length, and slip- ped on to the rocks at the top of the second fall. The rocks were covered with ice, and he slipped and rolled over, falling about 200 feet. He was found with his head jammed between two rocks, and scarcely a bone in his body was left sound. A number of people witnessed the accident. Two young ladies from Bathurst, on a visit to their married sister, Mrs O'Regan, of Montrose House, went this morning to the scene of the ac- cident, and Henriette McAviney step- ped on to the same place to look over. The rocks are about 20 feet wide and fairly flat. The flat rock, where the water flows over, and where the acci- dent occurred, is not protected. Miss McAvincy fell ove...

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SAD LOSS OF LIFE. BY FIRE IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

SAD LOSS OF LIFE. BY FIRE IN NEW ZEALAND. (By Telegraph.) WELLINGTON, July S. ?? A sad flrc fatality happened at Port Chalmers. The outbreak occurred In ;i two-storeyed wooden building occu pied by William Habefield. his wife, a four-year-old child, and his ststerm inw. Awakened by the noiso of fire Haljerflcia iumped to the street, a dis tance of 15 feet, telling his wife to throw the child into hlst arms. Find ing his wife did not appear, he climbed back through the window and searched for her and the child, but was driven back by the flames and smnic-\ He f tumbled --\-r ins wife's mIsut miiI dropivi:' her' from tho window to the pavement, and jumped out again. After the fire was got under the bodies of Mrs Haberfleld and the child were found among the debris. The sister-in-law died sub sequently in the hospital. Haberfleld relates a sensational story of his ex periences. 'After I had Jumped out of the window, all the wlndowB-gtowed red with fire, and I kept crying out, ?Oh, my w...

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LAWN TENNIS TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

LAWN TENNIS TOWNSVILI.E TOURNAMENT. The following are the results of yes terday's play: — ' Gentlemen's Open Singles.— Wnnlryeh beat Cooke-RusscOl, C— ;-, 6—' Ladles' Open Singles.— Miss Lew'lng ton beat Miss Evans, fi— 3, t-— x,. Ladles' Single Handlcu;i— MIks P. Hartley beat Miss MacUonald. fi— r,, 6— 0. Miss Martin beat Miss Li- wins- ton. S-A. 5—3. Ladles' Double Handicap.— Mrs Sclnnmt and Miss Walker bvru MIskcs Roberts and Deane. 6—2. C— ]. Gentlemen's Single Handicap. — Mc- Leiland beat Gordon, 0—4. C— 3. To-day's programme is as follows: — Gentlemen's Open Sinsips.— 1 o'c'ock, Cleveland No. 1 court, Graham v. at. John. Ladies and Gentlemen's Doublo Han dicap. — 4 o'clock. Cleveland No. 2, Tandy and Miss P. Hartley v. Rowland and Miss Martin. 4 o'clock, Cleveland No. i, Gordon and Miss MacDonald v. Hopkins and Mler L,ewin~inn. Ladies' Double Handicap.—? o'clock, Cleveland No. 1, Mrs Perrler ami Mfss Maitln v. Miss Evans and Miss Bar netr. 3 o'clock. Cleveland No. 2. Misses P....

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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

THE RIFLE. {BY 'STRAIGHTBAR.'t The annual meeting of the Towns vllle Rifle Club will bo held in the Oid Town Hal) tS-rilght at eight o'clock, when the election of officers wrll take place and other Important business be transacted.

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SPORTING. TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

SPORTING. TURF NOTES At a meeting of the committee ot the Townsvllle Sporting Club held on Monday afternoon the running or Vampire In the Farewell Handicap at the Show Grounds on Saturday, was Inquired Into, with the result that the rider (Kirkwood) was fined £3 3s. The Townsvllle Sporting Club will come out of their Saturday meeting with a profit of about is. By the Aramac on Monday, Haui Togo was shipped for Brisbane. Two colts from Elderslic were also sent Eouth In charge of Mr. ' Henderson, who attended to Haut Togo's prepara tion for his northern engagements. Walter Webber, the well-known nor tlicin Jockey, who recently went south wllh Hie racchoircs LiCei-uoy and Ban sliee. lias left for England. Trenton's wonderful daughter Wake ful la to be mated with Po.illano next season. This will bo Wakeful's second visit to Posltano. She mlRsod to him the Prst time. There are 40 hands resularly enira;ea at J. Scoble's training establishment at Ballarat. No stable in Australia is better ...

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