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STRANDING OF THE PYRAMUS. THIRD COURT-MARTIAL. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
STRANDING OF THE PYRAMUS. THIRD COURT-MARTIAL. (By Telegraph.) SFDNEr, July 11. *»-- uuru uoui i-muruai arising out of the stranding of H.M.S. Pyramus was held to-day, when Commander Fltzmaurlce was charged with neell genny and by default suffering the Py ramus to be stranded and her safety hazarded on C Reef. The prisoner In a written statement said that regarding the charge of negligence he could as Bure the court that he had never been more conscious of his responsibility, and had never taken more pains than on this cruise. What he wanted the court to say was that it was through no fault of his that the ship got on the reef and to hold him blameless, be cause, had his orders been carried out, an accident could not have occurred. The court found the charge proved except that part relating to negligence. They also found the prisoner had com mitted an error of judgment in not giv ing orders that the navigating officer was not to leave the deck until all danger was passed. They there...
BRITISH POLITICS. LAND VALUES BILL. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
BRITISH POLITICS. LAND VALUES BILL. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 11. j lie Land values (Scotland) tmi was read a second time, a motion for the rejection of the measure being nega tived by 291 votes to 76. Mr Balfour warned the Commons that If the prin ciple of rating unearned increment were adopted In Scotland it would be extended to England. Evidently the Government contemplated a fundamen tal and immense change In the inci dence of local taxation. They had adopted the teaching of Henry George, and were treating Scotland as an ex perimental ground for their wild crotchets. Mr Dewar stated that 'taxation of land values had contributed to the prosperity of New Zealand. The Lord Advocate admitted that changes in as sessment and rating were in the Gov ernment's mind, though the proposals were not founded on Henry George's teaching, but were based on report ol Parliamentary committees. They re cognised that o. reihcdy must be found for the injustices now possible in muni cipal rating, also ...
"THE ACID LINE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
' THE AGIO LINE ' Host 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 aetlvitv or emotional excitement, and over tho 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 the prevalence of tht acid 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 its scrum albumen from the peptone. MI trobes planted thero sour the serum. It is offered to the blood as an add to live, with heroic efforts partlns with Its own alkalinity to effect it, the blood seeks in vain to neutralize this add, the Impoverished blood can not prevail against ? the nicrobe fer ment but is itself rendered add. Acid reaction le always shown In the blood of Rheumatics. To these people we suggest the alk...
TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
TURF MOTES. . The. betting on the V.U.C. Grand Na tlonal Steeplechase,;, to 1jb- fun -at FlomlngUm. ; to-morrow,. Is, :-^fi to.X.De-, coratipn,..7. to 1 Bq-]IIs,: 8; The,, Cardinal nnd Boisdalc,. 10 Dangaro, 12 Swiriimer, Trick, and Divhaw, 14 Boomerang. 14 to 20 the oHitr*:- .--? i* « ? ft
ROYAL PARTY IN IRELAND. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
ROYAL PARTY IN IRELAND. LONDON. July 11. King Edward, Queen Alexandra and Princess Victoria were enthusiastically welcomed tn Dublin, where they visited the exhibition. King Edward, in re sponding to an address, rejoiced that the exhibition had proved successful in promoting the commercial and 'Indus- trial prosperity of Ireland. After a long inspection, especially of Irish In dustries section, the Royalties drove through the principal streets of Dublin, which were conspicuously decorated, amid a continuous roar of cheering and e- flutter of handkerchiefs, and there' was not a note of dissent King Ed ward and Queen Alexandra ' were greatly pleased. They . afterwards at tended a garden party at the Vice Regal Lodge. \ '
SPRING CAMPAIGN FINAL ACCEPTANCES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
SPRING CAMPAIGN FINAL . ACCEPTANCES. ?? -By,'Telesriph.);',ni' ''...,. ! ?;?; /MELBOURNE. July 11.' The follovwnir are the ''HUM 'accep- tance? -for the-^; '. \'. ..' GRAND NATiONALT3TBHPLE cWAsro. ?-?.,'.'' '.; ? About 3 'Miles 1 ^urlonK: '? , *~i ', :-.:?,:?. stlb; -??? -??! -,.... Bt;-l«, Rc-IIU .i.'...,. IS I Bobdale'!'...'. 10 6 Decfjr4tloii . n S Warfield ... . lfl 6 Abdallah ...,;Il 7 Dah^uHo ? 10 4 Spring FJeld U « Boomerang .10 8 Swlinmer .... 11 4 Western ?;.... 9 2 Seyniojir'.% . . It 2 Mrtino ? 9' 0 CardMnl '.'... 11 .. 2 »May.) .-., ? s 0 Divham ? iQf'.JItijn^rrlck ..9 0
LAWN TENNIS THE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
LAWN ?» FHK1S . THE TOURNAMHNT. The following semi-finals will lie played this afternoon :— Gentlemen's pen Singles.— 4 o'clock : Cleveland No. 1 court. Graham v. Tandy. ' Ladles' Open Singles.— Z o'clock : Cleveland No. 2 court,. Miss MacDon ald v. Miss HoVton. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Double Handicap.— 4.30 ; Cleveland No. 1 court, Wodliych'und Miss Horlnn v. Hopkins and Miss Lewlngton. Gentlemen's B. Grade Single Handi cap.— 4 o'clock : TownsvIlU No. 2 court, Hides V. McLclland.
CABLE MESSAGES. WOMEN'S WORK EXHIBITION. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 12 July 1907
CABLE MESSAGES. WOMEN'S WORK EXHIBITION. LONDON, July 11. The Duchess of Argyll (Princess Louise) opened the Anglo-Australasian Exhibition of Women's Work. There were shown pictures, millinery, books of photographs, modelling In leather work and needlework. The Princess of Wales contributed a work screen. There were present at the opening the Earl and Countess of Jersey, Ladles Clarke, Coekburn, Lucas-Tooth, and Samuel, Mr and Mrs Taverner, Sir G. H. and Lady Jenkins, Mr and Mrs Coghlan, Mr and Mrs Reeves. Mrs Coghlan welcomed the Duchess on be half of the executive committee. The Duchess said she now knew something of what Australia could do and was sure the effort would be successful. The Duke of Argyll expressed admiration for the patriotism of the Australian ladles who had worked so hard to show Londoners what Australians could do, and was certain the exhibit would be much appreciated. Lady Northcote is oije of the exhibitors here.