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A PAPER WITH A 1200 YEARS' HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
A PAPER WITH A 1200 YEARS' HISTORY. There are old-established papers In this country, and naturally much older In England, Ihe 'Times' dating from 1788, and some of the provincial papers from much earlier. J3ut for a really old-established paper we must go to China, as the 'Poliin Gazette' (native name 'Chins Pao') has been running for many centuries, and according to Ihe legend, has not missed an lssun. When it was actually founded no m;m knows, but It was certainly going in 718—41 A.D., as the historic records of that period refer 1c it extensively, and describe It in a way that shows It has not changed much in litprnry manner, make-up, or jneUioil of tHstvUutlor.. There are throe editions of this won derful journal— two printed and one written— Ihe price of the former belns? about a pound a year, and of the lattur say, £4 10s. a year. The printed coplua are done on thin rice paper and covered with Imperial yellow, but ths edition de luxe, Hie Shansyu, is some thins of a work of a...
TO-DAY'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
TO-DAY'S MAILS-. WInton and Intermediate places: 6 a.m. Townsvllle to Charters Towers and Intermediate places : 6 a.m.. I2.1B p.m. ana 6.45 p.m. Ravcnswood and placeo between Ra venswood Junction and RavenBWOod : 6.46 a.m. and 12.15 p.m. Townsvllle to Ajt. Brandon, Lower Burdekln and Bowen. 1.30 p m For Mackay, Brisbane' Syd ney, Melbourne, Hobart, and Launces ton: Newspapers and packets, 6.1B J^nvspapers and packets, 6.16 pm ? re Sistered ! letters. 5 p.m.; ordinary' let ters, ,.]5 p.m.; late fee letters, 7.30 pm (Per s.s. Innamlncka.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
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TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
TURF NOTES The chestnut horse Contest, dinner of the Epsom Handicap a couple of years back, returned to Sydney last week from India. Contest was a good performer here, but lie taiieu miser ably In India. He will be used for stud purposes. To ride 300 winners since 1S9G Is a pretty good performance, but such Is the record of Baron Huso Eltz, who is a captain In the 7th (Austrian) Uhlans, and a well-known gentleman rider. The 300 victories wore scored out of 11104 mounts, and the llaron was second en 242 occasions. The following Is a list of Jockeys who have secured winning mounts at meet ings registered with the Queensland Turf Club in the southern division of the State for the past eleven months ot the current racing season ended Juno 30 :— Frank Mullen retains his position at the head of the list with a score of 7114 wins, which gives him the fine average of over half a dozen wins per month. It Is pretty certain now that Mullens will again head the list of -winning Jockeys for the ...
V.R.C GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. SECOND DAY. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
v.r:c grand national mehinc SECOND DAT. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 10. The V.n.C. Grand National mooting was continued lo-ilay In cold, showery weather. The attendance was only moderate. Following were the re sults :— KEILOR HURDLES, 2 Miles. S. Hendrlck's br g South Head, by Projectile— Loch Moa, fiyrs., 10.11 (Ilurke) ? 1 A. Mate's b g Deletroy, Cyrs., 10.10 . (Cox) ? o H. Hawkins's b h Gravity, Gyrs., 9.7 (Ray) ? 3 There were four others. Betting : 2 to 1 South Head and Deletroy, 6 to 1 Devonler. 12 to 1 Cordon. Won by two lengths, with five lengths between second and third. Time, 3.r-3'/.. WELTER HANDICAP. 7 Furlongs. J. C. Roberts's hlk h Corroboroo, by Harmonist— Grand Canary, Cyi^ 11.2 (Thomas) ? , ? \ 1 J. V. Smith's b m Torlive, 4yrs., 9.13 (Lewis) ? 2 F.-z, 10.2 (lOvans) ? 3 Thui c wciv 13 others. Helling : 5 to 1 Haphazard, fi to 1 Rondo and Trelo Vouni. 10 to 1 Portland Hob, Tortlve, Satchel], Alexis and Contender, 15 to 1 Corroburoe and Golden West. Won by thiee le...
FOOTBALL TOWNSVILLE V. RAVENSWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
FOOTBALL * TOWNSVILLE V. RAVEN « WOOD] ' (Dy THREE-QUARTER.) Taking into consideration the high standard of play in the last- matches on the Athletic Reserve, and the fact that on Saturday . the Ravenswood footballers will play their return match against Townsvlllc on the home ground, thorc should be an excellent attendance to witness what will no doubc prove a good exposition of the game. .. Last time Ravenswood scored . a rather easy, win. The weather condi tions were undoubtedly, against good play by cither side, as anyone 'knows who. has been in Ravonswdod in wet weather. This time, however, tho Townsvillellcs. expect, to turn the tables on their opponents, and as both sides are eager for the. contest a will ing game should result . The Towns ville team will hold a scrum practice at the' Gymnasium hall to-morrow night As a curtain-raiser to the .inter-clty match, 'the North juniors will meet, a combined junior team, play commenc ing at ASO' p.m.. The big match' will eor.unpnoe a...
TOWNSVILLE RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
TOWNSVILLE RUGBY UNION. A meeting of the Townsvllle. Rugby Union was held at the Excelsior Hotel on Tuesday evening. Mr R. C. Park presided. There were present— Messrs J. Wlxtcd, O. Lowry, A. E. Etherldge, J. CaRSldy, B. Le Breton, S. Andrews, E. Cnhlll, W. Watt, J. Frnser, J. H. ICeogh, and L. C. Qiiinlan (secretary). The con*spondence Included letters from the South Townsville Football Club registering players for the senior and junior grades. The Ravenswood Rugby Union wrote asking that tho match against 'them be played at Townsvllle on Saturday afternoon. Al though It was considered that the time given was short it was decided to fall In with the wishes of the Ravenswood Union. Mr F. Craig was appointed re feree for the match, which will be played on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 Rharp. Messrs Etherldge, Quinlan and Park- were appointed a sub-committee to meet the visitors on arrival, and Messrs Chalmers, Quinlan, Etherldge, Lc Breton, Andrews, Cahlll, Watt, and Park were appointed...
THE STEAMER PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
sjEttBhWEW STEAMER PERIOD. l|i|»s!p!rtaay, April 26 last, the fine gKKip£imi»r Period, which has been ?BtiMlfllnlia by Messrs Blr Raylton WBSSSmlaiA-Co.. IAA., of Cleveland BHKgUO,, Sqadlesbrough, with cantl ?Bra§fftaf%vn flarroway and. IMxon's, ^?rajli&nft&'aVana Livingston and HH^f^ proceeded to sea ^^?Hggpiflie trials 'passed off ^nWf, the Jsnglries working carrying capacity of about 4600 tons on an exceptionally light draught of water. In addition -ehe will carry the unusually large quantity of 1600 tons of water ballast— 626 tons In the top Bide tanks, and. the remainder In the double bottom and peaks— which will put the vessel In excellent trim, irre spective of cargo. The saloon accom modation and that for the captain, offi cers, and engineers are exceptionally commodious and tastefully fitted out In light oak. The electric light instal lation by the Sunderland Forge and Engineering Co. is faf the most upto date description. Powerful steam steer ing gear is fi...
STRANDING OF THE PYRAMUS. SYDNEY, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
STRANDING OF THE PYRAMUS. (By Telegraph.) SYDNEY, July 10. A second court -martial erf sing out ot the stranding of H.1T.S. PyramuB wan held to-day, the prisoner on this occasion being Navigating Lieutenant Hunit, who was charged with negll gence, and, by default, suffering the Pyramus to be stranded and her safety -to lie hazarded on C Reef on June 23. itVAtter.a Jengthy examination, the 'kVdvtt found the. charge proved, except -(N)tor:as negligence was concerned, :?|arid that prisoner had committed an (0/aktT of judgment by hi? having not gremalned on deck until C Reef was ifafisea. Prisoner was reprimanded. ?gfestfe'-' ?? _?'_. ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
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LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
LAWN TENNIS The following are tho matches ar ranged for this nflcrnoon: — Gentlemen's open Singles.— fi o'clock, Clivel.ind 1. Graham v. St. John. Ladies' and GentlomonT! Double Han dienp.— 5 o'clock. Cleveland 2, Douglas and Miss Evans v. Hopkins and Miss LowitiiflMn. Ladies' Double Handicap.— 3 o'clock, Cleveland 1, Mrs Schmidt and Miss Walker v. Mrs Perrler and Miss Mar tin. Ladles' Single Handicap.— 3 o'clock, Cleveland 2. Miss K. Hartley v. Miss P. Hartley. Gentlemen's Single Handicap.— 4 o'clock, Cleveland 2, Woolrych v. Tandy. Gentlemen's B Grade Single Handi cap.^5 o'clock, Towtisvllle 1, Plane v. Hides. Genllomen's B Grade Double Handi cap.— 4.30. Townsvlllc 2, Brown and Fullerton V. Mcllvyaine ami Colo.