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"THE ACID LINE" [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
'THE ACID LINE' 'Most people In cities live Jun pn the line of add surplus, nnd pass ovei the border dvery few days. A §tate dinner, a day of extra mental activity or emotional excitement, and over the boundary they go. A chill, a damp day Impeding the surface eliminations, or a persisting constitutional tendency —and, over the acid line thay^drop. . The pfoot Is in the prevalence «f the 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 np lis serum albumen from the peptone. Mi crobes planted there sour the serum. It is offered to the blood as an acid to live, with heroic efforts parting with its own alkalinity td effect it. the blood seeks in vain toi neutralize this acid, the impoverishe.1 blood can not prevail against the rilorobe fer ment but Is Itself rendered aciil. Acid reaction is always shown in the blood of Rheumatics. To these people we suggest th...
THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
THE GUN The time for receiving nominations for the Cluden pigeon matches has been extended to 10 n.m. to-morrow, closing with Messrs Wakeford Bros.. secretaries. Handicaps win no jhhhuu at the secretaries1 office, and nt the pavilion, Cluden. For train .arrang ments and all particulars see adver tisement
CAPTURE OF KAID McLEAN. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
CAPTURE OF KAID McLEAN. LONDON, July S. The bandit Raisull has captured Kald McLean, who went to Ihamaz to nego tiate with him. neuter's Agency states that Raisull will make his own terms for the Kaid's release and his own par don. [General Sir Harry Aubrey de McLean is Colonel of the Sultan of Morocco's bodyguard.] LONDON. July 4. Raisull refused to receive the Sultan's letter unless Kaid McLean personally delivered It unaccompanied by troops. Kald McLean and four followers visi ted Raisull'K camp and were informed that they would be detained until all Raisuli's demands were granted.
THE ALL RED ROUTE. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
THE ALL. RED ROUTE. MELBOURNE. July 4. A cable was received by the Prime MlniHtcr to-day from Captain Collini, in which he stated that he had met Mr LIo.mI George (President of the Boarl of Trade) in conference about tlm All Re'l Route, and a 2«-knot service across the Atlantic would cost £420,00:) pe: year, the proposal being that this should be shared by Canada and thr? United Kingdom. The matter is to b. further discussed.
BRISBANE AS A FORT OF CALL. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
BRISBANE AS A PORT OF CALL. MELBOURNE. July 4. A deputation from Queensland mem bers of the Federal Parliament waited upon Mr Chapman to-night on the sub ject of mail steamers going to Bris bane. The deputation consisted ui Messrs Archer, Ed wards, Page, Sin clair, Chataway, Turley, Stewart. Glvens, McDonald, and Fisher. Mr Fisher, who introduced the depu tation, laid stress upon the point th-it all Queensland representatives were unanimous in their contention that Brisbane should be a port Of call. Mr Edwards salil here1 was grave dis satisfaction owlnj; to Queensland belns left out. It was felt to be a great In justice that, whilst Queensland had to pay about f 16 ,000 in total subsidies, steamers called, at all other States ex cept Queensland. Senator Chataway pointed out that the trade with Vancouver had doubled since the 1»ats came to Brisbane, arnl Queensland looked forward with con fidence to a great- Improvement In her export trade If tho mall steamers oalle-J at Brisbane. M...
CABLE MESSAGES. SOUTH AFRICAN FEDERATION. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
CABLE MESSAGES. SOUTH AFRICAN FEDERATION. LONDON. July 4. The Earl of Selborne, In an exhaus tive review of South African federation, describes the historical causes of dis union and dwells on the ill-offectB re sulting from five disconnected govern ments and the possibility of dangerous conflicts of policy In connection with vital political and economical problems. He refers to Delagoa Bay reaping In ordinate railway and other advantages, ruinously affecting the British ports, and suggests the pressing necessity of consolidation of railway and other Bri tish 'interests in order to terminate this difficulty. Lord Seibome -argues that South Africa can only be wisely and BUccessfuly' governed by a government responsible to a Parliament represent ing the whole of South Africa, and urges discussion of the subject within the present year. General Botha, while approving dt federation, dissents from , Lord Sel borne's reference to Delagoa Bay, de claring that the TranBvaal's-atOtude to Por...
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
SPORTING. TURF NOTES Homeowners should not overlook the ? fact that entries for the chief events to bo run off at the Cooktown Turf Club annual are du(- with Mr L. A. Cprdes, ,hon. sec, or the secretary of the Towiunrllle -Turf Club by 7.30 p.m. to-morrow. It may not be out of place to men tion that entries for the Herbert River J.C. annual require attention on Wed nesday. July' 17. with the secretary, Mr R. S. Alston. Those who fancy they have a hunter capable of annex ing the Herbert River Grand National Steeplechase ' of £100 should bear the date of entry in mind. The Townsville Sporting Club meet ing to be held at the Show Grounds to morrow afternoon will provide a fitting wind-up to the Townsville carnival week. Capital sport is promised. The jockey Williamson was brought before the stewards at Cluden on Thursday to answr-r a cr-mplaint lodged by Mr J. J. Fanning to the effect thHt he bad refused to fulfil an engagement to ride Boreas II. In the Townsvlll Cup. Williamson was fi...
HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON. July 4. China supports Great Britain s pro posal to restrict the employment of an chored submarines or mines and to abolish floating mines. It Is stated that hunareas ot uninese nsnermen aim sailors perished through the Russo Japanese mines. Japan proposes to prohibit vessels bound to the scene of hostilities from victualling or coaling at neutral ports. Great Britain supports and Russia and France oppoae the proposal. 1
SPRING CAMPAIGN. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
SPRING CAMPAIGN. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. (By Telegraph.) MELBOITRNE. July 4. Tho following are the final accept ances for the V.R.C. Grand National meeting :— GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES. 3 Milc» St. lb. st lb. Regret ? 12 2 Red 3ea .... 10 1 nallallaba .. 11 6 Little Mary. 10 1 The Wizard. 11 4 South Head. 10 1 Australian . 11 2 Tara's Hall. 9 13 Superstition. 11 2 Lion Heart . 9 6 Solano ? 11 0 Paddy ? 9 4 Prestonpans 10 12 Topaz ? B * Firelight ...10 7 Woodlea .... 9 2 Bribery .... 10 2 Slrenis ? 9 0 GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLE CHASE. About 3 Miles 1 Furlong, Bellls ? 13 1 Danjurlo ... 10 * Decoration . IS 3 Boomerang 10 3 Abdallah ... 11 7 Tact ? M 2 Spring Field 11 6 Player ? 10 2 Swimmer ...11 4 Blueskln .... 9 12 Seymour ...11 2 Klristos .... 9 10 Cardinal .... 11 2 Lamond .... 9 10 Bo'sun ? 11 1 Wynyard Lad 9 8 Laitiere ? 10 S Manly ? 9 4 Dinlham ... 10 5 Western .... 9 2 Bolsdale .... 10 5 Maine ? 9 0 Warfield ... 10 G Mayo ? 9 0 Earl of The Trick ..9 0 Castles .10 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
PIKE BROTHERS, LTD;, - J NpRTH QUBBNSL AMD'S COMPL ETB OtlTFITTMra' EMPORIUM, Flinders Street, TOWiTfcVILLE ?;... SPECIAL PARCEL, FTJJRE. WOOL SWEATEES, . JUST RECEIVED BY SOUTHERN MAIL. COLORED AND WHITE. ? Btand-up, Roll, or Turn-down Collars, fitted with Patent Throat Protector. 4s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 9s 6d each. SPECIAX, LINE, silk: mixtitbb sweaters, L Color White, Pure Wool, Interwoven with White Silk, 1O« 6«* EACH. INSPECTION INVITED. SEE WINDOWS. TO f tik $H$W -'.AND ftASis, '.'?' J^fw* jlwejve. fiionifist. AND OTHER I KTBRE8T ^Ja VIEWS, , '^t^^^^^^j^^^^^in Hprtd Quaensland. . fe^Mi^lia«!Rs^M-Tfei^ noon. TfltmJfe^ ?:v: * warrants A-^P|^|^^^| HALP A CEIfTB3H 30BR3GGG'S SCOTCH 'WHISKY. ' PROPRIETOR OF THE ROYAL LOOHNAGAR DIBTILIiBRT BAIjMORAL, SCOTLAND. All the Royal Palaces supplied fob over 50 Teabb. I^ R E D. SHAW, SIGNWRITER, HOUSE PAINTHR AND GENERAL DKCORATOR. Work In all Branches of the Trade Executed at Lowest Rates. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Address : MKnCANTILE BtnLDINGS, Next ...
SOUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907
c-OUTHERN SHARE MARKETS. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July 4. The following are the latest isola tions :— Chillagoc, con., b 7s M * Ss; forward, b 7s 9d s 8s 2d: Chillagoe debentures -ex all arrears of interest), 1- £7G; Chll lagoo-Ruddlgore, b £14 15s s £15; Ual ziell's, b 4s Gd s 4s lid; forward, s ,'-s 3d; Glassford Creek, b Is «d s 2«; Mount Cannlndah, b 4s lVjd s 4s :td; forward, b 4s 2d; South Cannlndah, s £5; paid, s £7; Mount Garnet, eon., b Is !»d; Mount Hector, con., fi 23s; Mount 'Merlin, con., a £«; Mount Mutiny, I) -0s 3d -j 20s Gd; Mungaua. 1) Us; Mae grogor, s 6b Cd; O.K., b 9s Gd s 9a 7d; Peak Downs, b 34k a 14s lOd; paid, b 14s M s IKs 4d; Plioenician Tin, b Is 7d s ?s; paid, b 2s Sd; JJueensland Ex plorotiun. b 31s; forwar.l, 1- 32s; Smith'.' Creek, ordinary, b 9s 7J; Stannary Hills, b ,r,s 3d a ,r,s 7d; Wei lien's Silver Le.nd, b 17s. No sales. Sydney Sales. Hampden Cloncurry at 12s 91 and l?s 7Vjd; at a month at 12s fid and I'.'s W: O.K. at !ls Gd and 9h 7d; ::t n m...