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"OUIDA" IN POVERTY. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
' OUIDA ' IN POVERTY. LONDON, July 12. The ' Dally Mail ' publishes a pain ful record of MdIU-. Louise de la Ramee's (' Ouida ') poverty. Owing to extravagance she was expelled from her beautiful villa at Lucca (Italy), and was subsequently homeless. She passed one night under the trees. An old servant of her mother's sheltered her in a cottage, and she is now living in a squalid milkman's house at Massa Rosa. ' Ouida ' was once four days without food.
SERIOUS CHANCES ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
SERIOUS CHANGES ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. .Any person takes serious chances in neglecting an attack of piles. For this ailment has a tendency to become chronic, and there Is the further ten dency to ulceration and forming jf fistula, which we know are most diffi cult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of piles itching, bleeding, protruding and blind piles, is Doan's Ointment. In using it there Is no de tention from dally occupation, and the many cures made by It have made it famous all over the world. It enjoys a greater demand and more enthus iastic popularity than any other pile remedy ever placed on the market. Read this testimony, it tells of a cure that lasts. Mrs. J. J. Downle, North Street, West End, Townsville, says:— 'My husband suffered with inward piles, they were excessively painful, and pro ved very hard to cure. But he found a cure in Doan's Ointment; he only used three pots of the ointment and It cured him. Only those who suite* from piles, ...
QUEENSLAND V. NEW ZEALAND. BRISBANE, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
QUEENSLAND V. NEW ZEALAND. BRISBANE, July 14. The following team has been selected to represent Queenklanfl against Now Zcrlar.d :— Full-back, P. Carmlchael; three-quarter, E. Parkinson; flve clghths, Watson, W. Pearce, D. Corrle; halves, F. Ahearn, J. Carmlchael; for wards', A. Brighton, A. Oxenham, A. Osladc, W. CanlfTe, E. G. Sampson, W. Richards, P. Flanagan, J. Flhely.
LAWN TENNIS THE TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
LAWN TENNIS THE TOWNSVILLE TOURNAMENT. Tho Gardens presented « very bright and animated appearance on Saturday, when a largo gathoiins of spectators wryo present to witness tlio play in the finals. The Rtrong win.l prevented the day from being an iiloal one from a tennis point of view, but some very pnorl play was seen. In the Gentlemen's Open Singles, Woolrych defeated Graham, C— 3, G— 0. Graham started well, ami was leading. 3—?, !n the first set ; but after that Woolrych played In his host form, and with remarkable accuracy, and Gra ham could not get another game. Graham played a good game with a variety of good strokes, tiut the sure ness of Woolrych's play was too much for him. Miss Lcwlngton was easily beaten by Miss Horton in the Ladies' Open Singles in two love sets. Miss Horton has a slendld style, and plays a Rood all-round game, excelling more particularly In her volleying and play at the net, and in the tournament has proved herself a mveh eeticr player than any of the l...
THE DAVIS CUP. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
THE DAVIS CUP. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 14. In the Davis Cup, Brookes brilliantly defeated Wrieht, C— 4, 6-4, 6—2; and Wilding beat Bohr, 1— C, G— 3, 3— G, 7—3, «— a.
GOLF (BY "FORE.") [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
GULF (BY 'FORK. '- The North Queensland nolf Club lield a 'bogey' handicap last Saturday afternoon, which resulted In a win fur J. 13. H. Smith with a seorv i.f 7 down. The links played well, but Hie greens were not all thai could i-e desired, anil that with the strong brtew blowing militated conpidcrably against the chances of putting 'Coionel Bogey' down. Following are the scores:— Handicap. Result, J. B. H. Smith ? IS .. 7 down R. Wallace ? fl ?? 8 .. H. J. Craig ? i: ? 9 .. R. K. Hobbs ? scr .. 10 „ S. W. M. West ? scr . . 11 ,. R. A. Wakeford ? fl ?? 11 .. T. P. Aston ? 3 .. 12 „ C. E. Hale ...N ? 3S .. 13 „ H. Horn ? S .. 15 „ J. Adams ? V- ?? 16 .. Dr. Parkinson ? scr .. retired L. C. Wilson ? 18 ..
ACROSSE CANADIAN TEAM IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
IAGROSSE CANADIAN TEAM IN BRISBANE. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July 1*. Among the passengers by the ' rangi were the members of the ''???udlan la crosse team, which v. : '. commence an Australian tour with a match against Queensland next Saturday. They were met by a representative party of la crosse players. The team consists of : — Goal, R. J. Arens; point, Dr L. H1. Campbell, M.D.; cover point, J. M. Reams, B.A.; third man, Thos. Han ley; right defence, Alex Rose; left de fence, Wm. J. Hanley; B.A. (captain); centre, Frank Grace; right attack, P. Coombs, B.A.; left attack, Robert Gre bert; third home, Gordon, MacDonald; second outside home, W. D. Ranmore; inside home, E. V. . Graham. This comprises the regular team. The emer gencies are— W. Atton, goal or home Held; H. Camphlin, defence field.
THE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
THE fIFLt (BY 'STRAIGHTBAR.') Mr J. S. Gill, the president of the T.D.R.C.A. and captain of the Towns villo Rifle Club, last night cabled to the Australian team at Bisley, convey ing congratulations upon their good Performance and sympathy far their bad luck In being counted out. After several years of captaincy ot the Townsville Rifle Club, Mr George Murray has cried content so far as that position is concerned, and Mr J. S. Gill Is now captain. It would be a lapse of duty to permit Mr Murray'' services to rifle shooting In Townsville, and to his own club in particular, to pass without comment at this .-in^e of the club's history. Mr Murray took the helm when the club was not in too good a position. It was divided by cliques, and the dis union threatened seriously, A strong loader, like the retired captain was, had to disregard factions and secure unanimous support to weld the club together. It took time and tact to do this, and Mr Murray exercised con spicuous judgment :n his admi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
ABTHUK J. WA1K1IT (Late Clark and Robinson), 3HAREBROKER. (Momber Stock HxchanB* of Adelaide.) toROOKMAN-3 BUILDING. - ADELAIDE London, Kalgoorlle, Paith. Melbourne, Sydney, BalUrat, Bendigo, Charters Towers, Broken HI1L Telegraphic Address—' CYANIDE.' Adelaide. Special Advertisements. T^-ORWICH AND LONDON ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIA TION (Established over 60 years.) Insure your Risks with this Company. Workers' Compensation, General Accident and Sickness, Fidelity Guarantees, Plate Glass, etc. G. H. PBiTCHABD,' J. S. LOVE, ♦ Local Directors. ' H. B. MARKS, Agent, Flinders-street, TownavlUe. T71 I R E INSURANCE. SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL' INSURANCE CO. Assets exceed £6,000,000. CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO. (The oldest Scottish Fire Office.) Liberal Conditions. Prompt Settlement of Claims. J. S. LOVE, Local Director. M. GORDON, Agent at Townsvllla SOUTH BRITISH INBOHANCH COMPANY. FIRE), MARDXB, ACCIDENT, FIRE and MARINE RIBKB Of «V«7 description a» ' LOWEST CURRENT RATBS. Wool Covered f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
' Carroll's Great Changed Hands Safe , is nol alone the talk of the town, but of vthe whole country.' Pleased crowds congregate'at this store every day, ask ' any one of those who have been, what noil of, bantams are. to be lad there. K- %« don't believe there : la a dlssatl* JU4 one In th« whole lot It ooita nothing to look. Go and see how this store can cut. Its prices. It's a sale that smashes ? prices into smithereens, but quality remains the same. . . . That Is uninjured. It's a sale that cannot go on at this rate much longer,. Those who go to tho sale right away will bo glad, and those who go late will be sorry.\ Carroll's, the store of little prices.— CAdvt.)
"THE ACID LIKE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
' THE ACID LIKE Most people In cities live Just oil the ? line of acid surplus, and pass ovct the border every few days. A State dinner, a day of extra mental actlvitv or emotional excitement, and over thn 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 (he 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 its serum albumen from the peptone. Ml trobes 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 seeks In vain to neutralise this add, the Impoverished blood can not prevail against tho nlorobe fer ment but Is Itself rendered add. Add reaction Is always shown In i the blood of Rheumatics. To these X people we sugge...
CLONOURRY NOTES CLONCURRY, July 10. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907
CLONCURRY NOTES CN.' -jl kcraia**' ' Cor*rsppndent.')# CLONCURRY, July 20 &nbsp; &nbsp; THE 'WEATHER. ?-'?'' - After y-toyr'wfir& -leyfl we axe now exfeS/lencWe ^nojLher cpld' snap. The Wfn$» axis frpm Qie south, and the sky te slew, - .; '?. ? ' MINING &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Be -Mount Cuthbert— A gentleman well known .'In the mining world lias furnished mo 'with the following Infor mations—Mount Cuthbert, one of S. group of 12 or U mines, ts situated about 70 miles to the north-west of Cloricurry.' AU these mines are owned, by' the Mount Cuthbert Copper Mlnlne Co., which was floated by Mr James Power, of Coollulah. As yet no work of very much consequence has been done on any of the mines, except Mount Culhbert. Operations .have also J-jen commenced on ,the ?Warwick Castle, which on surface appearances must be one of the most promising shows In the district. They are now sinking...