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GENTLEMANLY PEKJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
GENTLEMANLY' PEKJURY. When may a witness perjure hlms-lC like a gentleman? This yiub'.em, .'vis- ing oui of a recent American suit, in volving a lady, has boon tr-ay.s the Now York corerspoiLlent o:' the 'l-a:lv Telegraph') deeply ocenpyiuj the jurists of Chicago and. In a Icsse.- do gre-e, casuists throughout the: uownlry. The net result Se'ems to be that 111 average' Ami-rican nowiduy.s holds views on that inlercslimi u.pic whicn would havu shocked inexpn;:Kiljly his Puritan forefathers. Cuuiliig to doUil. we lind that Judge Wlllaru M'Kwen holds that a lie under ouh is i«T missible, even justiftablu, when spoUe.i in defence uf a woman':; hc-in-r. IuiIko Theodore Hrentans. Afsi.-nr.at SUUes Atlurney Barbor, and ollu-i- jurists Rustaiu this dictum, whii-ii i:-: strongly endorsed, apparently, by thi: inaiority of Chicago citizens. ;iisss. ntins opin ions, it is true, are slvnn by CblaT Munlclnal Justice Olson, wb-i 'ea:i «;:. mi way lor a man In violate the1 o.ttU he lakes on the wlt...
PROVISIONS OF NEW BILLS. MELBOURNE, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
PROVISIONS OF MOW BILLS. ? liy Tele^lili.ll.) MKMini'uxi-:, July if. The Income Tax liill pruvid.--- Tor taxation (a) by a State in common wilh oilier salaries, of ..file. ;s of the ('.iiumiiiiwcullh. earned in me rt:il. after the I'linniK'nieineiil 'f the An; -b- of ;:M inuueys paid aft. r Hie coin 1UC ? Ill-Ill of this Ael t ? illi.lTK I.!' I'arliiiment elected in the Stale .provi ded that the taxation is noi at higher rat.-s than is imposed on other silaii.-s of the s:i!ii-; sum earned in Hi.- Slate. It is provided that the:.- is to be no inler ferem-e with the e.vcieiso of any [.o..ei of the Commonwealth, an I that the taxation is not to he inconsistent with any Act by, or in pursuance of \\ hi.-li tin- salary is paid or made ]:i.\alj|e. The effect of the provisions is Ihui only the Slates which the members re present can Uix the sal'! :' r'n-se meinljers. Special exemption i-; nia-ie in the case of the Governor-* liberal. The iiill relating to bills of exchange, etc.. is a bulk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
HEARNES^K™ The Famous Remedy fox* ! COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, & CONSUMPTION, Has the Largest Sale of any Chest Medicine in the World/ Those who have taken tills medicine are amared at its wonderful Influence. Its healing power is marvellons, Sufferers from any form of Bronchitis, Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and immediate relief; and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable as it effects ? Complete Cure. It is most comforting in allaying irritation in the throat aad giving strength to the voice, and it neither allows a Congh or Asthma to become c»po™, n«'.CoB$umpl^l!to ?davltoP- Consumption has aever been known to exist where 'Coughs' have been properly treated with this medicine. No bouse , should be without it, as, taken at the beginning, a dose is generally sufficient, and ? Complete Cure is certain. ' B©W»X»e Oi£ ImltatiottS ! The great ftuocaM of HEARNEffi BRONCHITIS CURE, has i...
JAPAN AND QUEENSLAND INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
JAPAN AN0 QUEENSLAND INTEBESTING COHUliSPONDENCB, In 'The Musical Herald' (London) under date March 1, l'JOT, the following appears:— ilr G. Caldersmith. headmaster of the Central School, Townsvllle, Queens land, and a inajor in the Common wealth Military Forces, wi-Hus:— 'YOU may bo Interested to know that my school choir sings the Japanese National Anthem l» the orlelnal Jap anese words. In case any of your maud* would like lo do the same 1 sen dyou.the tum- and words, spell phonetically). '?Admiral Kamlnmra came here wllil a Japanese squadron liefurc the war and was so OellKhled at hearing it tuat he gave £5 to the kcIio.i1 prize fund. Admiral Shlinamura heard our child ren sing it when lie called hero wllh his squadron alter- ihe war. and said it sounded like the rinsing I' (!lv' 1-osl Kclioul ill Toky.i. uhile Ihe iui.lnlii|-- nicn would slop eliildren in the. street and ask them to sins 'Klnii ga yn, rewarding them with .Japanese picture post-cards. 11 was a litlle tumble to g...
AN AUDACIQUS OUTRAGE. MELBOURNE CITIZEN GARROTED. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
AN AUDACIQUS OUTRAGE. MELBOURNE CITIZEN GABROTED. Recent events have clearly shown (says the 'Age' of July 1) that Mel bourne is Infested by criminals who have an utter contempt, for the con stituted forces of law and order. There is no class of crime seemingly that these bands of predatory ruffians will not negotiate and successfully accom plish, from brutal murder downwards. Apparently they regard the police force as a mere cumbersome, mechani cal apparatus, working with ponderous movements, the clockwork precision of which renders It practically an aid to their nefarious schemes. On Saturday evening a citizen was garrotod, beaten, kicked, and robbed at his own door by three ruffians, who left their victim lying insensible on his garden footpath. They got clear away, leaving no trace behind them beyond 'he marks which showed that they had waited patiently to commit the crime, which had plainly been carefully planned. Mr John Woods, of 'Blakamathal,' St. Kilda-road, was the subject...
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. MELBOURNE, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
HOUSE OP. REPRESENTATIVES. tBy TelcsraWO MELBOURNE, July 10. In the House of Repersentatives to ilav. Mr Thomas gave notice of motion in fav.ir of the establishment of a Com monwcalth-owned line of mr.il steam ers. The adjournment of the House was moved by Mr Watson to call attention to i he minute issued by the Federal. Tiv.isurer about the iininoM-d site for Iho Kederal capital al Canbiria. There was. he said, a 'very strong opinion i' New Soutli Wales 'that r.iu.lily sliouKl !»? arrived at. and also r.salnst Dal :.'???-?. H was held Ihal s.-ric- cTovt shoull be made to secure a site which would better fulfil the pur;io«-s of a capital than Dalgety. As long as the capital remained in one nf the States, interstate jealousy would continue. Km-ther discussion 1. lli-v-d until tli.ie w:-s up. and the discussion was then closed. ? ?HA1RMAN OF COIIMITTKKS. S,l- \V. .1. Lyiif moved Hint tin' f hnir man of rommitlees should hold offlci for the duration of Parlisrm-nl, unleFF the House oth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
|||j K. A. WABBFORD. J. TB BHIS. S. O. WAKBFORD. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Complete Household Furnishers. LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. Also VEHICLES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. / .? CASH BUYERS OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. I ?? SECOND-HAND VEHICLES BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. We have for 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 £7 10s to £25. VEHICLES.— E. J. and W. Peel's Sulkies, Pony and Horse, Bent and Straight Shafts; prices from £20 upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £16. to 135. Light Lorry, In splendid order, £20. Delivery Vans, £7 10s and £13. Spring Tan, £12. Waggonet te, In good order. £12. Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new. £22. Nearly new Pony Doe Cart, £15 IBs. PURE MARYBOROUGH HONEY, Jn 601b. tins, ...
SHIPPING NEWS. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
JfiHIPPBG NEWS, t-EPARTCRES. «f?',3uly 10.— *Wyanam, b. Captain James ftgppimM. tor Cooktown via ports. Pas ' -'mngera :— -Mesdames Cotton,' Andrews, . ^itoljellan. J. Wright. Buree, child and maid, Dannassey, P. J. Smith and child, C. Davies, Case, Lenger, Godfrey, ; Kerr and three children, A'Beckett, : Merefield, 'Wilson, Hooke, Dunwoodle 'and maid, Ford, Boyd, Sherrington, Jackson, Pyne, Butler, Fulford and child, Howitt, McLeod, Hogg, Nicholas and two children, Robson, Hanlfln and two t children, Buchanan, Thomas, Cripps, Starke; Misses Davidson, Harte, Smith, Dawson, A. Fisher, E. Fisher, Gregson (2), Hooke, Cochrane, Walter, Toohey (2). A'Beckett, Aiken . (2), Bjrne (2), Belts, Marshall, Trea sure, Smith, Hogg, Mead, Robson, Mangan, Buchanan, Hartwig, Collard, Starke; Judge A'Beckett, Drs Howitt and Sapsford, Rev. Lenger, Canon Vance; Messrs Toohey, Shanks, Young, Belts, Lock, Dearnley, C. Wood, Cot ton, McLellan, Dellhunty, Andrews, Dannassey, Davies, Marshall, Dobbin, Leona...
BOXING SQUIRES-BURNS FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
BOXING SQUIRES-BURNS FIGHT. Mr Lex McLean, who Is known In the athletic world as 'The Scottish Hercules,' and who has In his travels 'through America, Great Britain, and Australia, seen most of the 'top not chers'Mn the ring, said yesterday (says the 'Dally Mall' of July 6) that from what, he' knew of Squires It was evi dent that the In tier's eagerness to get at Ills man and his comparative Inox perience of ring tactics, which the American boxei-s have reduced to a fine art, had been the causes of. his downfall.', This .was also Indicated by the fact that when Squires first, Went to, ihe boards he did not take the count, .but, roso bewildered, and an easy victim for his opponent ? Butm in M- McLean1* opinion, ts a powerful man.- who would meet Swires. «t ;hls oifrn. tame of hftrtf. hitting.' niilt the'ho doubt realised that the first hit 'home' meant everything. He does not think that the fact dial the liicln lasted only a minute moans thai .Sinihvp ,vas hiipe lossly outclassed, fu...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
PERSONAL, Mr P. F. Hanran, M.L.A., leaves next Thursday for Brisbane to attend to his Pariamenlary duties. Messrs R. Hall, J. Fraser, A: H. Pal- mer. J. Carroll and several other Char ters Towers gentlemen will arrive by this morning's train from Charters Towers, returning to-morrow. Mr John Marsland (Charters Tow ers) will visit Townsville to-day. Canon Vance left by the- Wyandra on Wednesday for Cairns, where ho will relieve Archdeacon Campbell, who is on a southern visit. Mr A. Laurence Wilson's many fi-Iends will be ukaeed to learn that Mr W. Mi-Plilllpntts has received a cable stating that the boat he Intends returning to Australia by left London on .Tune 2G, aud that it was Mr Wil son's Intentioti to cross the Chan nel and travel overland to Marseilles, whore he will- join the steamer (says Ilio Ravenswood 'Mining Journal'). Should all go well. Mr Wilson will ar rive homo during the latter half «r next month. H is 'over seven months since Mr Wilson .left here for tlie old Coun...
EXPERTS IN CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
EXPERTS IN CRIME. The wave of rime that has splasho'l over Melbourne may be a Jocal wave, or, for ought that we know, a wnvu from over eea. So many pc-;-- w coming into Australia no'- i '»! it would be strange If the nnmbrr ii;.l-/i include a few un-3eplral)l's. nn.l naturally if there are any such iliov are pretty accomplished hands, as otherwise they had still been stuilyins under some Sikes or Facin elscwhcm. All things considered we haven't n very desperate criminal section in thli country, and certainly we are V.-vr fr.ni having a very accomplished ono. T'.m class of master criminals, for ex ample, that are found In Lon-lnn \- i-: and Berlin, even In other Continental cities, are pretty well unknown out here, while the expert criminal of l.Vw York appears to '?' ?'?HHy uikrn-i:i. Unless we have studied the doinr« of tiie great leaders in New York criminality we don't know whnl n. finished science drime can really lie made. Naturally In a city whkHi l,n cause of Its wealth, numb...
THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
THIS DAV. m Meolin us— Lodge St. Andrew and Lodge Bal moral, Masonic Hall, 7.20 p.m. Amutemente— ' Tlio U'illon^in .-I'l-I Ward Tendon ? Vmiuiiy Ti..-;iti..- Royal, 8 p.m. AiH-i.-,., .- O. Ui-ii. 'iiiii-mr'n. on the promises, Lamingloii road, West lind, at £ p.m.; Housfhold 1'iiruiluic.
CHARTERS TOWERS. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
CHARTERS TOWERS. NOTES. At the Talisman and New Dawn, tlie shaft is down 1384ft. At 1378ft. they pased through a smal formation carry ing u leader of guartz dipping easterly at a grade of 45 degrees. The present bottom Is In hard, heady granite. At the Queen Central Block, the No. 1 eastern level Is In from plat 'i81ft.. the country passed through and tn tho present end being granite. No. 2 east level: The stopes over No. 1 :-ass show from 2 to 4in. of fair quality stone. Quartz broken 10 trucks, total 60 trucks, or about 46 tons which has been hauled and carted to ttia mill. At the Deep Level Mines, No. 2 west footwall crosscut is In 217ft. from stavting point; the present face shows gray dioritc. with hearts :ind floors crossing the eastern corner. H.W. crosscut Is In gray granite, with floors and heads hard to bore; tot?.\ distance 49ft. No. 12 west drive -'s in 34ft. from starting point, and shows a full face of quartz of low grade. At the Queen Central, at the S45ft. formation,...
EVENING CALL. (By Telephone.) CHARTERS TOWERS, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
EVENING CALL.. (By Telephone.) CHARTERS TOWEUS. July 10. Bonnie Dundee, lid s Is Brilliant Central, s «s 9d Brilliant, b 3s s 3s «d Brilliant Block, a 3s Sd Brilliant Block, paid-up, s 4s Cd Brilliant Extended, b 7s s 7s M Brilliant Extended, paid-up, b 9s Bd ? 10s t Harrington's United, u 6s Bd e 6s »d Carr'ington'8 United, paid-up, b 7s s 8s Carrington's i and S Bast, b S» 104 a 2§ - Cacringbm'a'l'snd'2 East, ratfl-up, b ? Clark's Brilliant Worcester and Vle iory, paid-up, b 5%d s Ctl Day Dawn P.C.. s U Id Day Dawn Gold Minos, b Is s la 3d Day Dawn School Reserve, b lfld s K'Hd Durham Consols, b 3s - Golden Alexandra, b Ss Old a 3s 2d Kelly's Queen Block, b Ss 3d H 3s Cd Kulamadeu. l- In 4Mid Kulamadau, paid-up, b 2s 3d Marshall's Queen, paid-up, b Is lOd Mills' United Gold. Mines, b 16s a 16s 3d New Brilliant Freehold, b 2s 3d s 2n Sd No* Queen, b ls.s Is Sd Papuan, Brilliant and Victoria, s Is Phoebe, paid-up, s 2s 3d Pfelffer's Day Dawn, b Es s 6s Bd Pfelffer's Day Dawn, paid-u...
SOUTHERN SHAKE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
S5OUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. ;r-y fJ'--i- ?rr.|,!i.) UltISM \XK. Jnlv lfl. The following arc tho latest quota tions :— Chillagoo, con , b 7s 'Oil s S»; for ward, b Ss Id h T.s ^d; --hili;m..i- dilion turos (ex all ari^ii-H .if ir.l.-'.vsl). b i.s.; ClililaBcrj-ltuddi^ir.-. 1- HI ins h £1.1; Pnlzkll's, s Bh Cd: fnrv.:ird. s r,s Td; Glassfoi-d Cn-.-K h !s :i.| s Ik Vk'; Mount CanniiKlah. I) 4.s l'.-l.il k 1b 'u; I'.ii-wHi-d, i- 4k Ml; S.nnii -'nnnini!:ili, paid, s £10; Mount Urn...-, r-i.u., « :!Js; Jiount Merlin, c--n.. b £4 1O.-: Mount Molloy. b 19s s i!ls M; Munsrina, i- 10s lOd s 11b 3d; Mn«Bre-Kor, 1) fis 2-.1; O.K., b S.s Bd s Us 7d; lurwartl. b 3s GJ; Peak Downs, paid, s Kis: I'lu.enlcian Tin, con., 1. !s Cd k 3s 7d; Quei-ji.sland Ex ploration, b 31s a 32s Cd: ?..? -.i.: i I. I' :-!.s Cd i= ??'??: Stannary Hill. :. .- '-I. Wcin. its Silver Lead, s ISs; Moiiia Morgan, s SSs. Coin '! Chlllagoe, con., forward, at 8s Id, Sydney Salos. Mount Mollov at Ifls 6d and 19s 4V£d, six weeks at ...
DEATH OF A MEMBER. LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
DEATH OF A M KM i'.i'.li. (By Cabli-.) LOND -N. J-Jiy 13. Sir Alfred Billscn laim-.-il in the -,lvl- sion lobby when about to vote for the Government aga'ns Mr Cox's motion on the suear dull- R, and died in half an hcur. It is believed fro-n hen-orrliage pi the train. His daughter was in the tiadios' gallery at the time. The House ilmmeaiaCely adjourned. f. ;'lSIr Alfred Billson was born in 1E39, fitvftB a member of the Liverpool firm of pMlver, Jones, Billson and Co.. snllci fSoieii.- «nd the author of several legal ffforks: He represented N.W. SatfTord jitilre In the House of Commons.]
BRITISH POLITICS. THE ARMY BILL. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
BRITISH POLITICS. THE AKMY LULL. (By Cable-.) LDNlXiN, July 1'. In the House nf Lords. Lunl Mi-- thucn'.s motion to omit clause 2 of the Army Hill forbidding county asso ciations to give (iiiaiicial ai«l tu cadet corps In elementary schools where the boys wore under 16 wa- carrii-il liy ISO votes tu 31. after Lords li...-« -bery. r.i.b erts and Lansdowne hr.d «ui--,H-rii'il it Lord Portsmouth (Parliamentary I'll dor-Secretary for War) implied that the motion was a breach 'f Hi.- finan cial rights of the House of Commons.
A BILL TO PROVIDE WORK. LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907
pftj--BtLu TO PROVJfiK WORK. (By Cable.) , ; LONDON July 10. Kg^MrTlamsay MacDonald's BUI to. pro W^iywork through public authorities HHsjSiiife Unemployed, compels local JKn^Wi^im fegiBter unemployed and' ^BH%$6jfpc!hO9ieB for local work; create ^^?Hnra^'^ieinpioyed committee to ^?KHiiPnMili&ial schemes of nforesta WBBffiimHQito$- reclamaUon of fiiivshi.ivs. and wasti' Ian. Is. Lw-al authiiritii-s will be alilo tu rupuri di liberati- and habitual shirkers, wlniv tiliiin a rourt 'if suimnury juris-Ui-li-ni may autliurisi- tin- Ciiuncil tu ??nfurri- tin-in tu work fur six mnnth.s. Tin- lin aiu-ial Ki:hi'iiii'S arc tliruwn on tin- i-ji 1 ? -~=. i-xri-iitiiiR when distress is --x----| -i i. him I. when I'iirlianicnt is t- i vote relief. The aeoe|itan--e uf relief will nut entail li.ss uf the franchise.