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"THE ACID LINE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
11 TflE ACID UHE' * ' Most people In cities live Just on the line of acid surplus, and pass ovei the border every few days. ' ,A State dinner, a day of extra mental, activity or emotional excitement, arid over -the boundary they go. A chill, a daiii.P day Impeding: the surface eliminations, or a persisting constitutional tendency — nnd over the field line they drop. The proof is In the prevalence 'pf the acid diathesis, shown in, rheumatism, neuralgia, and gout RheumaUrnnis undoubtedly - caused by germ ferment in the Intestinal trnct, precisely at the point where the blood takes up its serum albumen from the peptone. Ml rrobes planted there sour the serum. It is offered to the blood as an acid to live, with heroic efforts parting with Its own alkalinity to effect . it. the blond seeks In vain to neutralize this acid, the Impoverished, blood can not provall against the nlcrobe fer ment but Is itself rendered acid. Acid reaction is always shown In the blood of Rheumatics. To these .pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
A RTHU» J. WAtKEBX (Late Clark and Soblnson), ? BHAREBROKBR. (Member Stock Excbauxi of Adelaide.) isROOKMAN'S BOILDINO, JF ADELAIDE London, Kalgoorlle, Perth, Melbourn*. Sydney, Ballarat, Bendigo, Charters Towers, Broken U1U. Telorraphlc Address-' CTANIDE.' Adelaide. ?VTORWICII AND LONDON ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIA TION (Established over CO years.) Insure your Risks with this Company. Workers' Compensation, General Accident and Sickness, Fidelity (Guarantees, Plate Glass, etc. G. H. PRITCHARD, J. S. LOVE, Local Directors. H. B. MARKS, Agent, Flinders-street, Townsville. T,U E E INSURANCE. SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. Assets exceed £6,000,000. r __ CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO. (The oldest Scottish Fire Office.) Liberal Conditions. Prompt Settlement of Claims. J. S. LOVE, Local Director. M. GORDON, Agent at Townsville. NORTH QUEENSLAND MORT GAGE & INVESTMENT, COM PANY, LIMITED. FLINDERS-STREET, TOWNSVILLE. THIS Company Is prepared to MAKE ADVANCES AGAINST REAL ES TATE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
LITTLE ARIKUR SURMAN, OF BROKEN HILL, BROUGHT BACK ALMOST FROM VERGE OF THE CRAVE BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. WASTING AWAY UEFORE HIS PARENTS' EYES; A PITIFUL CASE WITH A J( IYFUL END ING. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills brought little Arthur Surman, of Broken Hill, back almost from the verge of the. grave. After he had inflammation of the lungs, a wasting weakness sec in, and no one thought lie would re cover. 'Now he's as lively as a cric ket,' to use his mother's words, and Dr. Williams' Pink Pills worked the miracle. The story of the curt- was related by Mrs Surman, who lives in Bismuth Street. She snld:— 'When we were living at Port Aug usta, Arthur took Inflamatlon or the lungs, and the doctor never thought that ho would pull through,' said Mrs F. Surnam, Bismuth St., Broken Hill. ' The poor little fellow was only three. For days he was clean off his head with the fever. After a hard fight, the doctor said the worst was over— but It was weeks before the child was able to be out of b...
COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL MARKET. (By Teleen-anli.) LONDON. July 15. At the wool sales, prices were firm all round, there being animated com petition for merinos. ? The following prices were realised:— LONDON, July 16. Koorlne, U%d.-, BuUle, U%d.; Wool shed Morambro, 14&; Ngalo, 10V&d.; Hastings, 10%d.; Kawarau, 10Hd.
CHILLAGOE-RUDDIGORE REPORT. CHILLAGOE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
CHILLAGOE-RUDDIGORH REPORT. (C:r Tole~ra!-ii ' CHILLAGOE, July 16. The manager of the ChlllagoeRuddi gore reports;— The north drive is In SO feet, and they are now driving to Inter sect the main ore body. They are sinking a winze In the main cut to con nect with the bottom levels' winze, which is In good sulphides. In No. 2 shaft sinking was resumed, and the bottom Is In high grade sulphides. The smelting works have been discontinued, but are receiving ore temporally pend ing the completion of the Huntlngdon Heberleln process, which is expected within a month. The half-yoarly meeting of the shareholders was held on July 13, at which the balance-sheet showed the half-year's profit to be £508R. The retiring directors were re elected.
ETHERIDGE NEWS. GEORGETOWN, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
ETHERIDGE NEWS. iTiy Telesranh t GEORGETOWN, July IS. The Warden's Court to-day was oc cupied with a jumping case in which Samuel Haynes applied for the for feiture of a mineral prospecting area held by William Thompson, ADdooi Hossnin. and George Everett. The evidence was very contradictory, plain tiff striving to prove that no work had been done for five days, and the de fence proving that three days' work had been done besides two public holi days. The case was dismissed with out costs. Shares in the Etherldge Development Company are going off well. The allot ments takes place after August 1.
A SERIOUS CHARGE LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
A SERIOUS CHARGE (By Cable.) LONDON, July lli. Mr H. C. Lea (Liberal iikmiiIiit for St. Paneras E.), in a letter lo the ?' Times,' declared that imuors were bought and sold, the proceeds going principally lo the war chest and the party in office. In the House of Commons. Lord Robert Cecil (Conservative member for Marylebonc E.) moved that Hie letter was a breach of privilege and urged the appointment of a select committee to inquire Into all the allegations. llr Lea welcomed an Inquiry. Sir H. Campbell-BaniK'rman (Prime Minister) said the llnu.se wi.uld best c-diisull its dignity by avoiding undue iiiiticc of Mr Lea's impropriety, and inovcsl to proceed with the next busi ness. This was carried by 235 Vutes to 120.
COLONEL SIR REGINALD TALBOT. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
COLONEL SIR REGINALD TALBOT. LONDON, July IB. Sir Reginald Talbot (Governor of Victoria) -has been appointed a Colonel of the Third Dragoon Guards. [Oolonel the Hon. Sir Reginald Ar thur James Talbot, K.C.B., created 1902; C.B., 1885; commanded army of occu pation in Egypt, 1899-1903; retired; for merly A.D.C. to Queen Victoria; born 1S41; third son of IStli Earl of Shrews bury; married Margaret, second daugh ter of tho late Right Hon. James Stuart-Wortley, 1877. Educated Har row. M.F. (C.) Stafford, 1869-74; served Zulu War, 1879; Egyptian Campaign, 1S82; Nile Expedition, 1884-85; Lleut. Colonel commanding 1st Life Guards, 18S6-88; Military Attache, Paris, 1889-95; commanding Cavalry Brigade, Alder shot, 1896-99; Governor of Victoria since 1904.]
BRITISH POLITICS. THE PREFERENCE QUESTION. VOTE OF CENSURE DEFEATD. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
BRITISH POLITICS. THE PREFERENCE QUESTION. VOTE OF CENSURE DEFEATD. (I3y Cable.) LONDON, July 1C. Mr Alfred Lytlcllon (cx-Secret.iry of State for the Colonies) moved his vole of censure, complaining that the Colo nial Premiers' proposal inul an un qualified rejection at tlu' Government's hands. He c-msralula'.«l Mv Lloyd George (President oi' l!:e Un;:ri.l of Trade) for scattering to ihc winds at the conference the argument that the commercial tie was a sordid bun 1. Mr Lyttcltou insisted that inx-iVTcnce would stimulate inu-rcuin:;o uiih llic colonies, remove many .!il?ii.-;jlties in the foreign policy, and promoi.- cur.ftte tency and coin roncu by iiansfurimng divergent into common inun-.ils. also that it would inciviise tho powers of the colonies to bear the buruV:i of Em pire. [The following was the text of Air Lyttelton's motion : — That the House of Commons expresses its regret that the Government declined to entertain the Invitation unanimously preferred by the Prime Minister...
JAPANESE SPIES RELEASED. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
JAPANESE SPIES RELEASED. LONDON. July 16. The two Japanese spies have been re Inn sod. [On July 12 it was cabled that a Japa nese, supposed to be an officer, had ht;en arrested for making drawings of Fort San Diego (California). His papers Included plans of everything useful in the event of an attack on the Pacific coast. His servant was also ar rested for having prints in his posses sion. A later cable stated that the dis cover; iiiat no American law makes espionage a penal offence had created intense surprise.]
INDICTMENT OF RUSSIAN GENERALS. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
INDICTMENT OF RUSSIAN GENERAI .S. LONDON. July 15. Details of the indictment of Generals Stoessel, Rcuss, Fock and Srr.irrofT show that they deliberately Issued false reports of battles which never occurred recommending for decorations thejr own friends and that generals who lost battles and surrendered fortresses had cr.nplc means of resistance. General Stoense) notified the Czar that Port Ar thur was without ammunition and could only hold out for .a few days, though the majority of the War Coun cil declared that there was abundant ammunition and the place must be de fended.
COMMONWEALTH. THE PRIME MINISTER. MELBOURNE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
COMMONWEALTH. THE PRIME MINISTER. (Bv TelesnuiilO MELBOURNE, July 1G. Mr Deakln, Prime Minister, is at Point Lonsdalc trying lo get rest, but makes slow progress there. ,He ought In the opinion of his friends to go for a few months to a warmer spot than his bungalow on the coast. Later. The Prime Minister was in t'.^ri f'H a few hours to-day. His medical ad visers have insisted upon a month's complete rest, and Mr Deakin has re luctantly consented to abstain from work for that period. It is suggested to him that this reason of the year .Northern . Queensland would probably be the most pleasant place for him to go. Whilst admitting this, Mr Deakln explained that he was better at homo at Point Lonsdale than anywhere else. Stella: 'Fred fays that he loves '-o very ground I ?unlk on.' Reginald: ?'He probably doesn't know there's a mortgage on It.'