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THE PRIME MINISTER. MELBOURNE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

THE P1UME MINISTER. ;Cy Telegranh.) M13LBOURN!-:. July 9. The Prime Minister attended at his office for a few hours to-dav, but was prevailed upon to keep away front Par liament.

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PROBABLE TENDERERS FOR THE MAIL CONTRACT. MELBOURNE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

PRCBA.BLE TENDERERS FOU THE MAIL CONTRACT. CBy Telegraph.) MELBOURNE. July 9. Rumors have reached the Postmas tor-Gencral to the effect that the Castle L!ne. which carries the South African mail, intends to tender for the Australian mail service. It is an ex tr.'inely powerful combination, and a tender from such a source would, of course, be welcomed. It is also stated that ?ome of the leading Australian interstate shipping companies are con sidering the question of the practica bility of a joint lender.

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

RECIPROCITY. : ?' ' I declare,' complained Mrs Duzzttt, 'I shall certainly have to punish th« children.' 'What have they been up to now?' inquired tho husband. ' They have simply upset my draw ing-room. Nothing is where it should be. Needles, spools of thread, scis sors, darning balls, everything t have has been poked away into the most un expected corners. It is perfectly exas perating.' Mr Duzzitt surveyed his wife with a benigant air. 'That wasn't the children, dear,' h» said. 'I did that' \ 'What possessed you?' 'It was kindness of heart After you straightened up the papers and books on my desk so beautifully, I thought It was no more than right that I should return the compliment by putting your sewing-room in order. So I did.'

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WEDDINGS KRICKER—ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

WEDDINGS KRICKER-ASHTON A quiet wedding took place on the 8th June at St. Peter's Church, Towns- ville, when Elizabeth Winifred (Min nie), only daughter of Mrs Ashton, West End, was married to William Henry Martin, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Kricker, South Townsville. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Williams. The bride, who was given away by her eldest brother, wore a pretty white frock and hat trimmed with lilies of the valley. The brides- maid, Miss Lena Kricker, looked nice in a pretty blue muslin dress with white hat, trimmed with forget-me- nots. The bridegroom was attended by Mr F. Kricker. who acted as best man. Tho wedding breakfast was hold at the residence of the bride- groom's parents, only relations being present. Mr and Mrs W. Kricker left by the Innamincka the same night en route for Mareeba, their future home. Among the presents were the follow- ing : — Mrs Ashton (mother of the bride), house linen ; Mr and Mrs Kricker (parents of the bridegroom), nickel-mo...

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Our London Letter. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

HWpp™^ sltewntte 'N.Q. Herald's' Besldeut fjkK ' Representative.) LONDON, May 31. Pliltbough we have lort the Colonial lj-remlers London Is BtlH tull of colon ?|Kb tritm every part of the Empire. *4&J1 the mail steamers arrlvlnB from Australia have neon full up wnn im» eerigers, and more are on the way. At least 260,000 Americans are expected to be In England during the ju-eseiU sum- . iner, and all the boats, It Is said, have . lieen booked up to the end of ? July. . jThere are also large numbers of people . Jn town from the .continent, and alto- , gether the London season promises to to one of the most brilliant on record, last Friday was Empire Day, and It must have struck many of our foreign Visitors as rather comical— In face of all the talk about Imperial unity — to find every public building minus a flag, while the ieadlng commercial and financial houses In the city hoisted the Union Jack and some the Common wealth flag in addition. Empire Day has not yet been 'offici...

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EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. . At the early hour of eight this morning the first batch of emigrants, numbering 202, engaged for the sugar estates nf North Queensland by th» Agrm-uonoral m London left Fen .Vhurch-street station for Tilbury Docks, and there embarked On board the Orient-Royal mail liner Omrah, en route for Brisbane. Sir Horace Tozcr travelled down with a party by a later train. A number of assisted emi grants also Ro out in the boat to Wes tern Australia, and this party in cluded Mr C. H. Rason, Agent-General for Vselern Australia, and Sir Ed ward Wittonoom, who was also Agenl Ocneral Tor that .State for three years in London. They travel round in the boat to Plymouth as the guests of the Jiinnagors of thi? line. The number of free emigrants to Queensland ar ranged to go out by this steamer was 250, and there was a regrettable! shortage of 48 much to the disappoint ment of the managers of the com pany, who had made arrangements to carry out this number. EFFECTS OF THE FAV...

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THE SKIN'S HEALTH. ZAM-BUK SOAP MAKES THE SKIN PERFORM ITS DUTIES IN [?] NATURAL WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

THE SKIN'S HEALTH. ZAAI-Bl'K SOAP MAKKS Till: SKIN 1-IillFoRM ITS Di;TII0S IN \ NATURAL W \V. II U- vi ry ini|«irtanl lliat. great can! sliuuld lie exercised to maintain the hiMilh tit' Iho skin, fur u;i..n Uu:- de pends its biMUty ;ind ihe dn. 1 e:uirm aii'j..- 01 its luncnons. The iiKossanl breathing ^.es mi with lli-i skin, throus'i Hie |-i.e-. ;he sjiine as yuu bivalhi- Uie alv ilnmigh Ihe thruut into Iho lunus. When this operation is impeded by tin- poics 1 e cuining clogged, the. 1 ill-ln alth an 1 skin disease follow. Evi-ry pore should he kepi open, and free from any In jurious matter. Thit is why Zau.Huk Medicinal Soau should ,il«rs be used for its cluansinir. It not only removes tho dirt from the surface, but enters the i-oi-es. cleanses nnd Keeps ihein ac tive, and guard* the skin from the dangers of disease. Zam-Buk Soap soothes and softens the skin as no other preparation can do, and the effects of unhealthy iiklns, such as pimples, rash, blotches, rough ness, blemishes...

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

PIKE BROTHERS, l-m, - i NORTH QUEENSLAND'S COMPLETE OUTFITTING EMPORIUM, SPECIAL PARCEL, PUHE WOOIi (SWEATERS, JlteT RECEIVED BY SOUTHERN MAIL. COLORED AND WHITE, gtftnd-wp, Roll, or Turn-down Collars, fitted with Patent Throat Protector. 4s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 9s 6d each . SPECIAL LINE, bilk :m::e:x:i?tt:r/ej sweaters toj^_ Color White, Pure Wool, Interwoven with White Silk, io» g* ie-A-CH. [ INSPECTION INVITED. SEE WINDOWS. BY ROYAL ^t^te^d^L F0R Of*R warrants i MJW'iTO^^Ife HALFAGHREBB SCOTCH WHISKY. PROPRIETOR OF THE i ROYAL LOOKNAGrAB DISTH^BEY BALMORAL, SCOTLAND. All the Royal Palaces supplied fob oyeb 50 Yeam. ? Education*' ? A RMIDALE, NEW ENGLAND. HOME SCHOOL FOR QrRL8. MRS A. WHITE. Limited number only. Refined Home in Perfect Climate. Maternal Care, Riding, Driving, Golf. Inclusive terms for board, English, Laundress, French, Piano, Drawing and Painting from Nature, D6 gs. Prospectus and references at the office of the ' North Queensland Her ald.' ? R RODY CAMERON, Tutor of...

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MOUNT MOLLOY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

MOUNT MOLLOY DISTRICT. Wilting or the Mount Moi::;j -~r,ro- pany properties and mines In their vicinity the Calms 'Post' says:— The main workings of the Mount Molloy mine are reached from the No. 4 and No. S shafts. Alter following the lode from what Is known as Vivian's shaft, an underlie, well equipped with brace, poppet and hopper, was sunk 190Jt. deep on ihe lode, two levels being driven at 101! a.id 150ft respectively. In order, however, to work the lode more expcditjously. systematically and at a minimum ol cost the No. 5 shaft, a vertical one, was sunk, and from this shaft crosscuts have been put In to the lode which Is dipping east at an angle of about 8U degrees off the horizontal. This ishaft cut the lode at 120ft. and ir. a level (No. a, which connects with the No. ' level from No. 4 shaft! about 40lt. of lode stuff was intersected. n ivc were put in north and south, and good ore, €ft. wide was struck In ihe north ern drive. This shoot of ore was proved to be between 25 a...

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

% AKETORD BROS , i: Mfc, XL A. WAKBFORD. '.' 3. TE RRIS. S. O. WAKBPORD. general commission agents, Complete Household Furnishers. LARGE STOCKS OP NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. I Also VEHICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. CASH BUYERS OF srCOND-HAND FURNITURE!. - BECOND-HAND VEHICLES BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for Private Sale : VIA.NOS.— Makers, 'J. Iroiler,' perfect Instrument of beautiful tone: price, 60 Guineas. 'Steln«r,' specially constructed for tropical climate*. In spection Invited. Cash price, £47 10a. Approved terms. IRON SAFES.— Shipment just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. Prices from 17 10s to £25. yEHICLES.— -E. J. and \T. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £16, to £35. Light Lorry, In splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Van, £12. Waggonet lt-, In good ordpr. £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new, £22. Nearly new l'ony Dog Cart, £15 15a. PURE MARYBOROUGH...

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

CARROLL^ I Great Changed-hands Sale, THE GREATEST EVENT OF THE YEAfi, Gome TO-DAY for the Biggest VALUES ever ! offered to YOU. This is m.o r*\jLfE. The Stock, Furniture and Fittings have been pur chased by T. J. RUSH under the most favorable con ditions and at a discount that should only be men tioned in a WHISPER. The fixtures are not to be sold, tout the Goods they contain MUST be cleared at PRICES that will astonish even the most Econo mic Buyers. - - - ? ? - . . . - A List of the few leading lines are appended, which will suffice to convince everybody who reads these pages that there is MflPPffflTIfOTVY TIAT flMI.Y ilftfinN IV A LIFETIME To obtain Seasonable and warm Winter Clothing at considerably less prices than it costs the manufacturer to produce them. PLEASE PERUSE THEM. JKEifcE: ARE THE PRICES. Show-room and Millinery Dress Department. Manchester Department, Men.s clothing and Mercery Boot ar'd Shoejtepartment. Fancy Department. V ? ? ? Department. AU-irs Tan Glacic kid ...

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NOTES FROM LONDON. ("N.Q. Herald's" Resident Representative.) LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

NOTES FROM LONDON. ('N.Q. Herald's' Resident Represen tative.) LONDON, May 31. Mrs J. N. Parkes and her daughter, leave London for Australia In August next. They will travel via America. Mrs Parkes will be greatly missed In Anglo-Australian circles In London, In which she has played a very promin ent and useful part during her resi dence here. Mr and Mrs McCowan have come to London from the country for the season. The Oxford Eights Finals are a sport ing fixture in which the Anglo-colonial world, as well as English people, are always interested. This year a party of Australians went down to the Cath edral town to be present at the fetes. Captain and Mrs Muirhead Collins, Mr and Mrs Henry Butler; Mrs and Miss Parkes^ Miss Steelc, Dr. and Mrs McMullen, Mr Caslllng, and others were In the party. The Rhodes schol ars entertained the Australian visitors to luncheon in Pembroke College Hall; thence they went to the College barges to view the races. In the evening a large reception and dan...

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

?'? GOSSIP. [All announcementa of encasements or marriages forwarded for insertion In this column must be properly authen ticated.] Miss Hayden (Bloomfield Station, N.S.W.), who has been the guest of Mrs S. O. Wakeford for some time, left on Tuesday on a visit to Mary vale Station. Miss Florence Linde (Sydney), left on Monday on a short visit to Mrs MacArthur, Geraldton Mrs Sexton (Brisbane), left on a visit to Charters Towers on Monday. Her daughters, the Misses Saxton, left on a visit to their uncle, Mr Rae, In kerman Station. I Mr Harry Giells, of the Bank of Australasia, who spent several weeks in Sydney and Maryborough on holi day, returned to Townsvllle on Satur day last Quite a number of social functions are (s.iys a Mackay Exchange), taking place in connection with the pending marriano of Miss Bijou Black and Mr J. Ferguson, whoch takes place at Mackay on the 17th inst. The first one took tho form of a 'Kitchen Tea,' tendered to Miss Black by some_30 of her girl friends last...

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TOWNSVILLE CITY COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

TOWNSVILLE CITY COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Townsville City Council was held in the Councll Chamber on Tuesday even- ing, the Mayor (Alderman P. Minehan) presiding. There were also present : —Aldermen F. Johnson, M. Cameron, T. Smyth, C. Beale, J. Brady, J. H. Tyack, J. Hodel, J. Collins, G. Murray, and Mr G. .W. Staff Conn (town clerk). THE CORRESPONDENCE. When the Mayor asked if the cor- respondence should be taken in com- mittee, Alderman Johnson objected to it, saying that he did not see what they had to go into committee for. The matters should be made public. He moved that the correspondence should be taken in open council. The Council agreed to Alderman Johnson's motion, which was carried. TORRES STRAITS MAIL SERVICE. With reference to the telegram from the Torres Straits Shire Council re- specting the Torres Straits mail route, pulished in Monday's "Bulletin." Alderman Smyth thought it was the duty of every local body connected with the nort...

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ON THE OUT-BACK TRACK. BICHAMOND-CLONCURRY EXTENSION NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

ON THE OUT-BACK TRACK. (By the ' North Queensland Herald's ' Travelling Representative.) RICHMOND-CLONCURRY EXTENSION   NOTES BY THE WAY. The first official passenger train left     Richmond for Julia Creek (91 miles to   wards Cloncurry) at 6.30 a.m. on the 28th inst It was anything but a pas- senger train, consisting as it did of goods waggons with supplies for the railway work and a convertable lug- gage van carried the passengers. Between Hughenden and Richmond grass was very scarce indeed, and ow ing to some very light showers what grass there was had been turned black, a little rain beinc worse than none at all. From Richmond to Julia Creek the grass is in great abundance and Hocks of splendid clean-looking sheep scat tered away from the line as the train approached, the whole way. In these regions one cannot truthfully describe the scenery as Interesting. Commenc ing the other side of Hughenden and running all the way to wit...

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TOWNSVILLE POLICE COURT (Tuesday, July 9.) (Before Mr J. A. Boyce, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

TOWNSVILLE POLICE COURT (Tuesday, July 9.) (Before Mr J. A. Boyce, P.M.) George Harris was charged, on re- mand, with assaulting Maggie Flem- ing, at South Townsville. Mr W. S. Buchanan, for the defendant, asked the permission of the Magistrate to with- draw the case, as it had been settled in his office. The case was with- drawn. One first offender for drunkenness was discharged with a caution. ALEGED FALSE PRETENCES. Edward Johnson, alias Reginald Fisher, was charged, on remand, with vagrancy, and, further, with that by falsely pretending that he was a regis- tered bookmaker he obtained £5. Lengthy evidence having been taken for the prosecution and defence, Mr Buchanan, who appeared for defend- ant, submitted that his client had been mistaken for another man. The Police Magistrate said as there had been evidence to show that the de- fendant had lawful visible means of support the charge of vagrancy would be withdrawn. Sergeant Henders: Yes, your Wor- ship. The Magistrate said that...

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ALLEGED SUNDAY TRADING CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

ALLEGED SUNDAY TRADING CASE DISMISSED. Edward Byrnes, licensee of the Cen- tral Hotel, Flinders-street, Townsville, was charged with keeping his licensed premises open on Sunday, June 30, for the sale of liquor. Mr J. W. Alexan- der represented the police, while Mr Barnett (Messrs Roberts, Leu and Barnett) appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Constable Purcell stated that on June 30 about 6.15 a.m. He was stand-   ing opposite the defendant's hotel in company with Constable Price, when he saw three men leave the hotel and the defendant shut the door. Three other men went along and stood at the front door for a minute or two. Then the defendant opened the door and let them in. Witness went to the door, but could not gain admission because the door was locked. Witness went to the back of the hotel and found the wicket gate open, which opened into the back yard and on to the back- stairs, which he ascended. He went along the balcony and went half-way and sai...

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The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907. A NORTH QUEENSLAND EXHIBIT IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907. A NORTH QUEENSLAND EXHIBIT IN BRISBANE. That anything worth doing at all is worth doing well is a saying peculiarly applicable to the proposal to send to the annual Show in Brisbane a collec- tion of North Queensland products to compete against similar collections from comparatively small but long and closely settled southern districts. Not much credit will, we suggest be achieved by North Queensland, it its exhibit the products of an area equal in size to the rest of the State is judged to be inferior in quality to that of any of the thickly populated South- ern farming district. The truth of the   matter is that North and South are not in the same class in this matter, either in climatic character of products or in the stage of productiveness now at- tained. That is no reason why North Queensland could not, perhaps, attract some of the enterprising men it needs by an exhibit at the Brisbane Show of its chief pro...

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

MINING. At the Northern Supreme Court on Tuesday, the Silver King Copper Com- pany was registered by the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies (Mr. C.S.   Norris) with a capital of £1000, divided into 100 shares of £10 each, of which     number 15 were issued as fully paid-up. The registered office of the company is situated at Mackay, and the sub- scribers to the memorandum of asso- ciation are Frederick Charles Jenkins, shop assistant: Frederick Reichelman, jeweller; Edwin Horsey, accountant; James Christie, Charles Walter Sparre, ironmonger; Dunlop Richard Whittle and W.W. Holyoake, all of Mackay.   The primary object of the company is to "adopt and carry into effect, with- out medification, an agreement dated 6th July, made between David Waters, David Ramsay Christie, Edward Har- tigan, John Downie, Robert Angus, Walter Parmeot, Frederick Andrew   Dighm, and Dunlop Richard Whittle, on tin nti' part, and Fro lorirk Cl-...

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THE NEWTOWN MURDER. CONFESSION BY BAXTER. SYDNEY, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

THE NEWT0WN MURDER. CONFESSION BY BAXTER. (By Telegraph.) SYDNET, Julv 9. Baxter has confessed to the murder of Mrs Macnamara. Baxter said he left his home on Thursday and was at Homebush till a late hour on Sunday night, when he returned to Newtown. He did not enter his own house, how- ever, but waited about till shortly after one o'clock yesterday morning, and then gained access to the yard of the biscuit factory, passed through the gate leading to Mrs Macnamara's resi- dence, smashing the glass of the door giving access to the old lady's bedroom,   and woke up Mrs Macnamara. After Baxter had got into the room, she called out several times. Baxtcr was afraid that her cries would cause alarm and bring people on the scene, so he murdered Mrs Macnamara with sev- eral blows of a stick he had brought with him. Then, for some reason he could not explain, he tied a band round the neck of the dead womana, hur- riedly ransacked some boxes, and made off with the jewellery which...

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