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AMERICAN MUTORAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

AMERICAN MTJTORAMA. To-day will witness the conclusion of the American Mutorama, which has been on view for some time past op posite the Post Office. The Mutorama will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. -t u * a..

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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THE ANNUAL EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

THE ANNUAL EVENT, Which is a great attraction at this time of the year is Lennon's Winter Sale. This firm holds only two sales in tho year, at the end of each winter and Rummer season, which guarantees tl e success of these salcn.— (Advt.)

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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A SAD ENDING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

A SAD ENDING. A young clerk grown up In the em ploy of a prosperous German grocer was, by reason of his ability and knowledge of all the details, virtually entrusted wltn tnc management or tnc business, and although given frequent advances in salary, beg;;n to feel Uiat his services were absolutely Indispen sable, and not properly appreciated from a monetary point of view. He laid the matter before his employer, placing particular stress on what a difficult matter it would be to operate the buslenss without him. This claim was admitted by the employer, who enquired further, 'But. Chon, vat if you should die?' 'Oh, then, you c would have to get along without me,' remarked John. After a few minutes' deep thought the employer looked ? up at John, and said, 'Veil, ChQn.-chust gonslder yourself dcaL'

Publication Title: Townsville Daily Bulletin
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BAINBRIGGE—WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

BAINBRIGGE- WILLIAMS. A very pretty wedding was celebra ted on Wednesday, 2Cth June -says the 'Walsh and Tinaroo Miner'), when Lillie Louisa, second daughter --C War den and Mrs Williams, of Warden's Camp, Thornborough, was married to Mr W. Bainbrigge, of Bamford. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. C Barton, at the residence of the bride's parents. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked wry be coming in a gown of white silk, pret tily trimmed with lace, ribbons, and orange blossoms. A handsome em broidered veil and wreath were worn, and a nice white bouquul was carried; hhe also wore a gold watch and chain, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was attended by her three sisters anil Miss Richards*. The bridegroom was attended by Mi J. 'Williams, who acted as best man, and Mr W. Williams as groomsman. Miss B. Williams and Miss Richards wore very pretty rink lloral organdi lawn, trimmed with frills on skirt, transparent yoke, rib bons and chiffon to match pretty white ...

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TOWNSVILLE RAINFALL TABLE THIRTY-SIX YEARS' RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

TOWNS VILLE KAINFALL TABLE TU111TY-S1X YEARS' RECORDS. The following records of rainfall in TownsviUe, from the year 1 171 to date, ftrt Defied from oliicial documents:— STear| Jan. | Feb. |M'ch | Apl | May | J'ne| July | Aug.| Sep. | Oct. | Mot. | Dc-: ' XI. 1S71 | 3.42 5.03 12.16 1 O.ai I 0.2B U.57I 0.03 1 0.22 1 2.33 1 3.21 1 U.-W | 4.8U | ;U41 1S7^ 122.21 8.44 2.71 1.12 0.S2 0.42 0.14 1 0.05 j 0.02 | 0.U3 j o.Ui j 14.4'J | 53.0a 1873 12.1U 12.10 7.20 2.15 1 0.:« 0.74 - | 0.40 1 - | OJU | l.lkl | UJ.0.1 1 ».« 1874 18.S3 14.N0 7.57 4.Sj 1.78 1 2.18 3.M| U.07 1 — | 2.14 | — J 10.S1 ] (W.-ti IS75 9.20 23.US 1.20 18.40 4.85 1 0.44| - j - | — | - j O.»7 | 1.S1' ' -» IKVti 3.4D S.OO 0.37 0-iJ| 8.12j 1.D0 — j — — j — 0.W j 3.V- , \. .... lb',7 13.43 | 31.28 12.34 | 4.ul | U.14| u.71| 0.33 1 — 155 | 0.28 O.'i5 | '.-..:-.) | 7».33 IS78 3.02 | 7.87 113.65 I 0.12 1 2.00| 2.00] 0.50| 1.38 0.25 | 3.79 j l.fi! , 2.23 j 38.4S 1879 S.42 C.4I) 10.UO 12.1.5 1.821 1.10 0Jtf| 3.25 U.UG 2.9B j 0.0U j...

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A NATURAL CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

A NATURAL CONCLUSION, .jj j In a country parish In Scotland ta9 minister and the ruling elder went over the moor to visit an old par ipiii.i;,.r on a 'catechism,' and the walk being a long one, their appetites were ki-on when they arrived. Beforo cu:umiMicing the seipoun business they, hinted that snii-,'i!ii'ng to eat would be acceptable. Janet accordingly went to tli,. nii'hnnril :mh! i,l:n;o.d on the table HUln'r-y r. -Vi *:..., ?- '??: IVir- way Of ?? ?? ???'??- lc, .!..-: -- ;,li,,y herself ru a null, distance, requested her visi tors to 'fall to.' They soon demol ished the viands, and the minister re marked, 'NVnv, Janet, we will begin the serious business. Do you remem ber the text last Sunday?' Deed ay,'' replied Janet, 'I mind It weel. It was the miracle of the loaves and fishes.' 'And have ye pondered the subject during the week, Janet?' 'Deed have I, sir; and I'm thinking the noo that gin you an' the elder had been there, they wadna hac ta'en up sac mony. baskctfu's.' ; \...

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HAD HE BUT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

HAD HE BUT KNOWN. A good story of George Westtng Mbusc, tho Plttsburg Inventor and or ganiser, Is that when he had com pleted his airbrake he submitted it to Commodore Vanderbllt, with the object of Installing it on the Commodore':; railroads. He was only 23. He was admitted to the great railroad man ager's' office and permitted to explain his mission while the Commodore opened his mall. Occasionally Mr Tandcrbllt uttered a grunt, merely to signify that he was listening to the enthusiastic recital. When the Inven tor paused, Vanderbilt was ready with his decision, 'Young man,' he said, 'do I under stand that you propose to stop a train of cars with wind?' Westlnghouse admitted that was the fact 'Well, young man, I havr no time to bother with damn foole,' declared the Commodore.

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NO "CENTRAL" WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

NO 'CEN'TRAL' WANTED. In nothing has there been a steadier advanei! in the wny of improvements than In the city telephone. The te!' phone that rings off by the mere hanging up of tho ear born is com paratively old; likewise the telephone with the oar and mouth In one Imple ment; likewise again the telephone with the speaking-lnto part turneo from the face, the voice striking a F.ensillsed plate, the distance of whlcn from the mouth prevents disease. But the telephone that needs no 'central' is indeed an Innovation, and the to\vi, of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, has installed l-, thus doing away with operators, 'and cheapening the service accordingly. The system consists in dividing up tHe area covered Into small circuits, say a couple of hundred, the number of sub scribers In each of which is, there fore, comparatively small, although the aggregate of all the circuits Is as large as all the subscribers together. Each circuit, then. Is named, and the telephone that is placed in any sub scrib...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

The tendency in railway manage ment is towards heavier locomotives. In order to take heavier loads (says the 'Courier'). Some time ago the Queensland department constructed an engine of a much heavier and stronger type than had been seen in the lines before. Loaded, this engine stood at about 7G tons, and was as heavy an engine ns could be put upon 421b. rails, with whirl) most of the Queensland lines have been laid. The engine has since been engaged In the trade be tween Toowoomba and Hrisbane, with great success. As an example of its power, it may be stated that a load or over 500 tons wan brought from Ips wich to Brisbane without trouble, whereas a good load for an ordinary engine would bo 275 tons. The depart ment is evidently satisfied with the new engine, as twenty of the same type r.rp now under construction, the first being well advanced. A couple nf tlio engines will probably be sent to the Cloncurry extension, where they will be most useful for ballasting, of which much ha...

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"THE ACID LINE." [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

'THE ACID LINE' Most people In cities live just on the line of add surplus, and pass ovei the border every few days. A State dinner, a day of extra mental activity or emotional excitement, and over the boundary they go. A chill, a damp day impeding the surface eliminations, or a persisting constitutional tendency —and over the acid line they drop. The proof Is in Uie prevalence of the add diathesis, shown In rheumatism, neuralgia, and gout Rheumatism Is undoubtedly caused by germ ferment In the intestinal tract, precisely at the point where the blood takes up tU serum albumen from the peptone. Mi crobes planted there sour the serum. It is offered to the blood as an add to live, with heroic efforts parting with its own alkalinity to effect it. the blood seekE In vain to neutralize this add, the impoverished blood can not prevail against the nicrobe fer ment but is itBelf rendered add. Add reaction Is always shown in the blood of Rheumatics. To these people we suggest the alkaline spa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

^f LADIES -^ ^ ^ '^ x ^&rl?'^^k ''3 r * -'? ? . Oat of my way 1 am making COMMENCES THIS MORNING-, *'— r-fc;;- oWl In Every Department ^jBr s WE INTEND TO MAKE THIS A RECORD SALE. ^ ? .. ? . Our Clients know the genuineness of LENNONS' SALES DEDUCED Fll and therefore we will only say that with the exception of m^o pr/c3 Sewing Cottons, Substitutes and Wools !™ *»? j EVERY ARTICLE THROUGHOUT THE HOUSE SNA iias Ibeen JE&ESJ^TTdSB^ ^29^ J^JEfcXdS sis heretofore, ONLY MORE SO. We will confidently promise our customers a bigger lot of real Plums than ever offered at any previous sale. For children's nnrklnc Pouch at , Night, .Woods' Great Peppermint. Cure. Is «&? For Chronic Chest , Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 'is 6d» ? Warm, Debilitating: Weather Many people, after a long spell of oppressive heat, suffer from lassitude, loss of spirits, and a general 'run down' feeling. They noed a course r-rcv^-i ojE Ayer's Sarsapa- /2\f v^af rilla, a medicine Uljl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

Sing a song of Peppermint, The cure that's made by Woods, For one and sixpence worth of cost A sovereign's worth of good. When the bottle's opened, Its praise ail all people sing, 'Tis certain such a sovereign Cure Would set up any King.* Colds How often you hear it remarked: ' It's only a cold,' and a few dsvs later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia. This is of such common occurrence that a cold, however slight, should not be disregarded. f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained its great popularity and exteusive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It always cures and is pleasant to takt. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. , Price 1/6 Urge Si« 3/ I An Elderly Lady I RELATES HER EXPERIENCES OF THE MARVELLOUS STRENGTH-GIVING AND bCoOD ENRICHING PROPERTIES OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Mrs. Margaret Ferguson, of Enraa,' writing from North WiUiamstown, Victoria, states how she suffered from Liver Complaint, Catarrh of the S...

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"STONES FOR BREAD." [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

'STONES FOR BREAD.' 'The beast at leisure I revlew'd And saw It eat the air for food/'— 'The Chameleon.' Prom the extravagance of great Ideas comes the practical fraction, — the diamond from the c!ay, the gold cake from the quartz, thn spark fi-om the blaze that harden to be imperish able. Without this qualification it would be absurd to call the sketch an illustration of the farm of the future, but with It the picture suffices to draw attention to the oft indulged specu lation as to what the future race will do for food, when the world has throe times its present population, and what Professor Pierre Rertheiot of Paris has done to point the way to the solution. As everyone knows Ihls eminent savant is the founder of synthetical chemistry, of a department in (Vice that is now engaging the leading scientific chemists of the world find as a consequence resulting in a steady in crease to the list of human con veniences and comforts. What is actually meant by synthetical chemis try? Ori...

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CIVIL LIST PENSIONS. LOONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

CIVIL LIST. PENSIONS. LOONDON, July 9. The Civil List pensions include— Sir F. C. Burnand (ox-editor of ' Punch '). £200; 'Ouida' (Millie. Ramee), £1DO; Miss Betham Edwards (poet and nove list), an additional £50; Mr John David son (poet), £100; and the two grand daughters of Robert Ilurns, £100.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

? Shipping ? „ A.U.8.N. O£25 STEAMERS ere Intended to be des patched from JETTY WHARF as ,vunder :— BOWBN I 55cKHAMPTON| WYANDRA (Keppel Bay) I Monday, July 15, BRISBANE) I 1 P™ BUNDABHRG* I %£%'*'*{ wonoNGA. MELBOURNE I J- B. Meaburn, Transhipping tor { Monday, July 22, Adelaide and [ 1 p.m. Fremantle ? | ? BOWBN \ BINGBRA, MACKAY I Every Monday. GLADSTONE f At 9.45 BRISBANE I from ( Railway Station. CAIRNS I WYANDRA, PORT- DOUGLAS! TO-DAY,. COOKTOWN | at 2.30 p.m. ) From Jetty. ? MARANOA. COOKTOWN Saturday, July 20, THURSDAY IS'DJ 2 P* NORMANTON (From Town Wharf BURKETOWN 1 Cargo received up to 5 p.m. Fridays. LUCINDA POINTl KURANDA. CARDWELL I Every Monday. MOURILYAN I 10 a.ra. GERALDTON I Prom Jetty Wharf CAIRNS fNo cargo received PORT DOUGLAS | on Mondays. BRISBANE! I MARANOA. fdlrectt f Friday, July 12th, At reduced fares | 9 a.m. From Town Wharf ?Transhipping at Brisbane. For full particulars apply to— BURNS, PHILP & CO., LTD., Amenta. STEAM TO CHINA AND JAPAN, VIA PO...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

SHH»P|Ni3f, NESSS. A£jS#als, July 9.— Wyandra, s, Captain James Grant, from w) bojjrnev via ports. Pas sengers :— Mesaames J. E. Miller, Nel eon, Shone, Wiley, Swamley, G. H. Home. A. A. Butler. T. Buchanan, Rob eon, Howitt, A. E. Fischer, F. R. God frey, Starke, Thompson and child, Hookc, Merlfleld, Bruce, Burge, child and maid, F. J. Smith and child, Del liunty, J. McLeod, Dumaresq, Cotton, Ford, Sherrington, A'Beckett, J. F. Crlpps, Kerr and three children, J. Wright and son, Lenzer, Nicholls and three children; Misses Harte, Hogg, Treasure, Buchanan, A. P. Smith, Ait ken, Byrne, G. Byrne, E. Robson, Coch rane,' Smith, A. M. DaviuSS.V, Starke, Hartwig, Walter, M. C. and P. H. Toohey, Altken, Dawson, A'Beckctt, Marshall; Captain Nolan, Drs Howitt, Lister, and L. P. SapHford, Judge A'Beckett, Rev. Lenger, Captain Nel son; Messrs H, S. Anderson, MlUer, C. Stone, bubble, C. S. S. Perry, Allen, M. Halbertstater, H. T. Mahoney, T. Mills, Swamley, A. E. Prince, W. Hogg, J. Ailkcn, A. A....

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THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, K.G. A GREAT POLITICAL FIGURE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, K.G. A GREAT POLITICAL FIGURE. The serious illness of the Duke of Devonshire reminds us of one ot the most brilliant of England's latter day Btatcsmen.though no doubt the Duke is largely an extinct volcano, if only l:e cause of his years. His lias been a very busy political life and for long a very conspicuous, but also it has been of a figure in the van of social pro gress, though this phase is not no clear to people at a distance. The Duke of Devonshire is Spencer Comp ton Cavendish, and for long was familiar to the world as the Marquis of HartinKton, under which courtesy title he lleutenanted Mr Gladstone till the introduction by the latter of the Home Rule Bill. Born in 1S33 he wai educated at Cambridge where I'1 graduated M.A. in his twenty second year. In 1S57 ho was returnea for North Lancashire as a Liberal and In less than two years had done some thing wonderful, as it was he who moved the vote of want of confidence ?which turned tlia Derby Ministry ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

C' While teethidg my little Thomas -strSerecV greatly, and became very thin and ill. Scott'* Emulsion proved to be just what was needed to build him- up. His flesh is now firm aud solid, he sleeps and eats well, and this wonderful change is due entirely to Scott's Emulsion. I shall always keep a bottle in ' the TIJJ1 bouse.' 1 OJLj (Mrs.) J. FEIAEW. EVIDENCE from 33, Hatrit.St., Pyrmoat, N.S.W., July 19, 1906. Teething a wonderful ch|iigc The Reason vpij ,. he grew BoAny Cod liver oil is extraordinarily full of nourishment, but the oil must be of the best quality and it. must be made digestible, or it can do, but JiUle good. None but the finest Lofoten (Nor wegian) oil is ever used in Scott's, and this is broken up «o finely' by, the original ' Scott process ffjfy!\ ever fatigued, can jeasily toVr*(u aksork *'? T??.e lime in Zfx—MJ Scott's provides the llr./j material so pjten lapk ? I) j.I.1! ing in the baby, system '/jii^, ^or strong, . . str^icht, trade »ark white teeth. See 'the...

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HOURS FOR [?] [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

Houits fok .i:.i: .;?. An eminent Fivuchma;i 'iu:-« nco'it'.y advocated the tuttin.,- ??! Hi.' v--e;.n in two, by retiring at tii.- nl-l-f.irhio.ic;' hour ill1 l'.i n'cloelc an.l p.. ?in.: ai ; U'Xt morninsr. in order to ha..' ti.ieo li.niiR quiet work i:i the 's.nali hi.ii; s= re tiring njain at S. then lisi.i:; ,t. s tor the ilny. He maintain- iii:it there is a feeling lifter the aiidni :1.I In ur which is highly stimulating (?- Hie Imairf native mind, and it i.- tl'.-.'i: that th.' finest thouslils if t.nr rri-'-:t r.u-n h.vi» been i-n-Vi. .... : . ?, ,|,t . v,:iir!i rt!1! ' ?? rivea-d .o ;;: ? . .,. ??'? i ;??? VI ?: i. Thu:-e cria. ??. ? - u, ? . ? :? i ? ! for anyoiie tu ? , . ? i ?' ? heat of the day. ?. ?. ?'..?? be made so much , .? . ..i., In t!ie coo! of Hie ni;:Ju. i1 ..???- ?-? system of sleep is foil iv. i-. ??. ,,..::..:, when'Tar at sea, ' who n-tiru i.i p.:'ojti» of two periods of four Iwur.s eaili. with a 'watch' between, and it is wiid tlr.it the second period is ...

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WINSTON CHURCHILL EMPHATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

WIXKTON' CHKllC'.ilLL, EMPHATIC. The chief proprietor or the. 'Daily Mail' group of iniMicnlions is Lord NorthclilTe. the title assuincil by Mr Alfred Harmsworth on Ms elevation to the peerage by Mr Ualfuur. 'Tho 'Daily Mail' is bitterly opposed to the present Liberal Yinislry. These facia will explain the following extract from the Parliamentary report of 'The Times' of May 10:— 'Mr Lehmaim asked the Under-Secretary for tho Colonies whether he could confirm or deny tho statement that at yesterday's Imperial Conference, an incident oc curred whirh caused Sir Robert Bond (Premier of Newfoundland) to leave the room in imliunation, complaining that gross humiliation had been in flicted on him, iMid on the colony he represented. Mr Churchill : My at tention has been drawn to a report in to-day's 'Daily Mail'— (laughter)— of the proceedings at the conference yes terday. I cannot undnrUikc, as a gen eral rule, to correct misstatements appearing in journals of that class and character— (ch...

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