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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
VICTORIA!. MELBOURNE, July 9. The mystery surrounding the safe robbery In the Temperance Hall has been solve* and the perpetrator ar rested. Frederick Watson, trustee of the Lodge, was token* into custody and confessed to having committed tho robbery. He said that being in straightened circumstances, owing to the prolonged Illness of his wife, he had conceived the Idea of gaining a duplloaU k*y of the lodge tat*. Once when he visited the bank with a co trustee he had managed to abstract the keys without the theft being no ticed and while the keys were in his possession he gave them In a fiicnl who obtained duplicates.
THE SPANISH PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
THE SPANISH riUNCE. The Madrid oitcspuv!' it --? 'T' ' Times,' referring to lii.-s M:i;i o.' tin! Spanish prince, Kays Ihi'., in v'.;i- momoration of the, lianny event, t: e M:idiiil i-iunici;ial Go-.iiKil lux ile i e I to oien savings bank nwi'inf. '.T -' poor Spanish eliilili-en burn hi .'' ' 1-'- It was further -k'c.iilc-d t-i r: .-;.'. .'..;? popular festivities an I iini.'i ??'.! ''? s- tivals, and to distribute U-'--\ u: r..00) poor people. Tlu: Council Civil ra! it's resolved lo grant CO.OOJ |iwit:s (:i!it'U'. £J,C.)Q) as manias..- poiil.us li-r yjun? girls in homes, and tu provide frer; University courses fc,:m four poor stuJents. The Council General will also give an enormous banquet to which a. I persons at present i:i fin ' ?' a' 1 homes in Madrid will b.? invi: ? I. Klni Alfonso witnessel a par.ii e iT Hie troops from the l»a:cony nf lhe pii'ac. and was enthusiastically cheerod by the crowd. By order of Kin;:' /lfonso a-i extra 'Bood meal was civin at III' Majesty's expe...
DEFENCE COMMISSION'S REPORT. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
DEFENCE COMMISSION'S REPORT. LONDON, July ». The South African Intercolonial ue fence Commission reepmmends a com bined scheme for Cape Colony and the Transvaal to maintain 1000 men each. Orangia and Natal 500, and Rhodesia 200. In the event of war or a disturb ance In any colony, such colony to be entitled to requisition '.he others for Kuch forces as are not required by them. The report further veCoinmer.ds the formation of permanently ]-ald forces liable for eo»vi.«? anywhere in Ihn Empire.
EVICTED TENANTS BILL. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
EVICTED TENANTS BILL. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 9. The Evicted Tenants Bill has been read a second time in the House of Commons. TThe Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr Augustine Blrrell) has Introduced a Bill to enable tho Irish Estates Com missioners to compulsorily reinstate 2000 tenants who have been evicted from their farms, and to compensate the sitting tenants who arc ?Msturocd, or to transfer them to other lands. It is estimated that 80,000 acr.js will be required. It is proposed that the cost of the reinstatement of the evicted tenants and of equipping untenantcd lands shall be borne by the resin- vc fund of £176,000, and after that has been exhausted by grants out of th3 Land Commission vote.]
LAWN TENNIS THE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
LAWNTENKIS THE TOURNAMENT. The following is the programme ar ranged for this afternoon :— Gentlemen's Open Singles. - 4.30. Cleveland No. 1. St. John v. Graham. Ladles ana ucnuemuu a ^wuu.^. Handicap-3.30, Cleveland No. 1. Tandy and MIsb P. Hartley v. St. John and Miss Walker; 4 o'clock, Cleveland No. 2 HppkinB and Miss Lewlngton v. Gor don and Miss MacDonald; 4.30, Cleve land No. 2. Hopkins, and Miss Lewlng ton or Gordon and Miss MacDonald v. Douglas and Miss Evans. Ladles' Double Handicap.— 3 o'clock, Cleveland No. I, Mrs Schmidt and Miss Walker v. Mrs Perrler and Miss Mar tin! 3 o'clock, Cleveland No. 2, Misses P. and E. Hartley v. Misses Lewlng ton' and Horlon. Ladies' Single Handicap.— 4 o'clock, Townsville No. 1, Miss Martin v. Miss Hprton. Gentlemen's Single Handicap.— 4.30, Townsville No. 1. Tandy v. Cooke Russell. \ Gentlemen's B Grade Single Handi cap.— 4 o'clock, Townsville -No. 1, Brown v. Hides (completion); 4.30, Townsville No. 2. Brown or Hides v. Plane; D.30, Harman ...
PURCHASE OF HORSES AT HOME. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
?PURCHASE OF HORSF.S AT HOME. (.Kv Cable.) LONDON, July 9. At the Newmaket sales S-ol. Green bought Tragedy Queen with a colt foal by Persimmon ond in foal to Orvlrto for 1700 Eulnca:r, River Tient with a colt foal by Ishiglass, and in foal to Bill of Portland, 470 guineas: Alexdra, B20 guineas: uiso the mares. Spezia ?with a filly foal. Childwiek Belle, and Seashore with a filly. All worn shipped to Melbourne by the Afrit: on the 1st.
THE RIFLE. TOWNSVILLE RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
the mat TOWNSVILLE RIFLE CLUB. 'ANNUAL MEETING- OF MEMBERS. The annual -general meeting of the Townsville Rifle Club, was held last night, when there were about 20 mem bers, present The Captain read his annual report as follows:**: 'Gentjemen. — In submit ting,, to you my report, for the year ending 30th June, 190?. 1 ajn proud to be able to state that the club was never In a more prosperous .condition than at prMent, Tou will observe by the bal* nnce-sheet that the credit balance In the bank and ammunition on hand amounts to over £51; adding to this, other assets, such as targets, tele Phones, scoring boards, etc., gives a grand total of £80. Although this amount Is Bllghtly less than last year, (ho difference is more than compen sated for by benefits received by the members In the shape of free''marklne and free entrance to all trophy com petitions. During the year 'the club paid away in marking fees and prize money the sum of £43, being £12 more than last year. The club membershi...
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. THE RECENT CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. THE RECENT CONFERENCE. _ (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 9. The representatives of the Sydney Labor Council, who were present at the conference, when seen yesterday declined to express an opinion ou the outcome of the deliberations. *.«j had an Informal meeting during the afternoon, but decided upon nothing definite. A meeting of the executive will be held to-night, when matters WUlbeSOnelnt° BRISBANE, July 9. A oispuie having recently occurred between the Brisbane Waterside Em ployers' Association and the Workers' Waterside Union, Workers1 Federation of Australia (Brisbane Branch), re specting payment for loading frozen cargo under the rule provided for In the industrial agreement entered into by both parties, the matter was refer red to arbitration. After discussing the question at issue the arbitrators themselves were unable to. agree, and selected Mr J. L. Woolcock, barrister, to decide on the merits of the, case, and give a decision which' would be binding on ...
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE WILLOUGHBY AND WARD LONDON COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE WILLOUGHBT AND WARD LONDON COMPANY. To-morrow evening the Wllloughby and Ward London Company will pre sent their great success, 'The New Clown,' when a crowded house is as sured. On Friday 'The wan irom Mexico' will be played, and on Satur day 'The Talk of the Town' will com plete the season. As a farcical comedy 'The Talk of the Town' is amongst the most laughable things on the colo nial stage, the sort that one might witness many revivals of with full en joyment. The only criticism It has to face is in respect to its laughtermak ing powers, and It can quite easily stand comparison with pieces In that category. The fun centres around the adventures of one Andrew Fullalove, J.P., a highly respectable old gentle man, who. In an endeavor to make everyone as highly respectable as hlm seff is led into the most ludicrous sitnations, at one time, under the spell of a hypnotist, washing a baby, and at another appearing on the stage of the Apollo Hall In a boxing match w...
HERBERT FLEMMING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907
HEHBERT FLEMMINO COMPANY. Of all the dramatic organisations that have appeared in Australia dur ing the last 18 or 20 years not one has more claim on the public than that with which the late Mr BrouKh and Mrs Brough were long associated. The appreciation of theatre-goers in lu this case based upon solid merit, and the traditions of the company are de clared by the Australian press to bf carefully guardeiVand respected by Mr Herbert Flemmlng, an actor of dis tinction himself and a man who was in close artistic sympathy with his late partner. During the Townsville season some exquisite dresses will be worn by Miss Beatrice Day and the other ladles of the company, and good dressing is by no means a negllglblo feature of high- class drama. During the coming season, which starts at the Theatre Royal on Monday next, the list of plays to be produced includes some of the latest successes In London and New York. The company take as their initial production here, 'The Walls of Jericho.' It ha...