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KAID McLEAN'S CAPTURE. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
KAID MCLEAN'S CAPTURE. LONDON, July 4. The 'Times' states that Kaid McLean, who was captured by Ralsull, is Imprisoned in the village of the Khaniae tribe, 45 miles from Tangier. There Is reason to believe that he Is not being well treated. Raisull demands the governorship and a ransom. It Is understood that Sir Edward Grey Is already pressing the Sultan of Morocco to secure Kaid McLean's release. LONDON, July u. (By Cable.) Kaid McLean wrote to General Low ther that he was In good health and being treated well.
"THE ABID LINE." [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
'THE ABIB UNE' Host people In cities live Just on the line of acid surplus, and pass oven tho border every few days. A State dinner, a. day of extra mental activity or emotional excitement, nnd over tnc 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 the acid diathesis, shown in rheumatism, neuralgia, and gout. Rheumatism Is undoubtedly caused by germ ferment in the intestinal tract, precisely at tho 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, tho blood seeks in vain to neutralize this acid, the impoverished blood can not prevail against the nierobe fer ment but Is itself rendered add. Acid reaction Is always shown In the blood of Rheumatics. To theso people we suggest the alk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
Wodttf Oreat Peppermint £ure, for Soughs sad Colds, never fails. Is 6d.* ? ('Half a do*en situations in stx months!' gapped the lady interviewing m cook whO'sbifehC to entur he#''«er- Vlc*. 'Almi; -mum?' ropl&d. the queen of the range; ' where are the good and JUthful master* and mlstrcsse of olden fimer' I'*:'** far Jones* IXL Jams. Stocksd by SUJtmta* groiews.* . , tefJOJU LADIES Should nee BAHAMA IStJier Win find « a great aid to beauty. lpha'v*ato but Uttle here behrr
TORRES STRAITS MAIL SERVICE. BRISBANE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
TORRES STRAITS MAIL, SERVICE. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE. July 5. Mr Kidston has been questlonea about the prospects of getting a Torres Straits mall service established. Jt is possible, if circumstances are favorable, that the eastern service may De oniy a part of the scheme, as it is known that in Queensland Government circles, and ?specially on the part o£ the Pre mlar, thei* was a strong disposition to ' favor the European service through ilio Straits ?with a branch connecting \Tlth the East. By this means it Is calculated that two Important mar kets In which Queensland is interested could b« tapped, as the trade with the East hag been increasing steadily.
TOWNSVILLE SPORTING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
TOWKSVILLE SPORTING CLUB The Townsvllle Sporting Club' submit a programme of five events at the Show Grounds this afternoon, com mencing at 2 o'clock. The results may be:— FLYING HANDICAP. Picnic ? 1 Kitty ? 2 Miss Foreman ? 3 DISTANCE TROT. Frisco ? 1 Junibb .'. ? 2 Cobweb ? S ALL-COMERS' HANDICAP. SlyttOOtt ..; ? 4. ? 1 7 Airiber ? 2 , Steeiguard ? s FAREWELL. Picnic ? 1 (. »tty ? 2 Kiss Foreman ? 3
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
SPOKTING. TURF NOTES ' Weronga broke down after the Cludon Mile yesterday, and was un able to participate In the Selling llace. lioreas has changed haudB, having been purchased by Mr C. K. Peel, of ivk'jni Emu, for stun purposes, from Kr J. J. Fanning. The price paid was £150. After winning the Selling llacc at Cluden on Friday, The Jester was sub mitted at auction by the club's lion, auctioneers, Messrs Wakoford Bros. The price put on the gelding by Mr Carroll was £B0 and no bid being lorth comlng beyond that he was passed in. Kohlnoor was put up on behalf of Mr E. Cox, of Hughenden, and purchased by Mr T. Penny Junior, for £59. Gar con was offered and passed In after £60 had been bid, and Solitude was also passed in at £35. Williamson was the most successful jockey at the Townsvllle Turf Club an nual meeting with four wins, throe of which he owes to Lady Ayr. Parker rode the big double winner, Rivulet. Bryans had two wins, one on Weronga and the other on The Thief, and W. H. Smith...
ON THE VERGE OF A DECLINE. WHAT TWO DOCTORS TOLD MRS A. E. MORELAND, KILKIVAN. HEART PALPITATION, BAD HEADACHES. FAINTING FITS—ALL CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
QN THE VERGE OF A DECLINE. WHVT TWO DOCTO11S TOI-D MRS A. K. MOUEU-ND. KlUilVAN. HliAKT PALPITATION. B.VU HKAD ACHES. FAINTING FITS-ALL, CVHKU UY DR. W1LL.IAJIS' PINK PILLS. ?? Two doctors told me that I waa jn the verge of a Decline. When IluMi medicines were doinK me mi UooJ I started Dr. Williams' Pink Pills l«r Pale People. They made me the strong, healthy woman that 1 am to day.' said Mrs A. E. Morcland, Kil klvan. Queensland. 'Some years ago I bpg.ui t' Bi«iv very pale.' said Mrs Moroland. 'My lips and gums were .|Ulte bloodies-'. I lost all appetite, und couldn't eat Hie most tempting food. Nearly every morning 1 woke with a splitting head ache. Tlu-y took all the heart -vit n, me, and left me lit for nothing -V- nerves were in a shocking state. ' I was so sh(?rt of breath that a valk from the back door to the end of the garden made me fall down In -i faint My heart was ah--,-.: llu*^'' Ing and thumping, :Mid the bacl:.ic'.'» I had was terrible. 1 became so wriik Uiat the lea...
GRAND NATIONAL GOSSIP. MELBOURNE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
GRAND NATIONAL GOSSIP. (By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, July E. The betting market was quiet yester day. Prestonpans has hardened for tlie Grand National Hurdle Race, and pro mises to start at a short price. Solano and Lion Heart are firm at three points longer. A point better odds are offered aga|nst Superstition and Ballalaba. De coration, Blucskin and Bellls were fa vorites for the Grand National Steeple chase with Boomerang, Cardinal and BolBdalc the best fancied of the others.
LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
LAWN TENNIS The following are the fixtures for this afternoon: — Ladles' Open Singles.— Two o'clock, Cleveland No. 2 court : Miss Li-whiglun v. Mips Davlos. LaOk's' and (jentlemen'.s Double Han dicap.— Three o'clock : Townsville Nn. 2 court, Rowland and lllss Martin v. McWUUam and Miss Roberts; Cleve land 2, Tandy and Miss P. Hartley v. Cunnah and Miss K. Hartley; Cleve land 1, St. John and Miss Walker v. Huberts and Miss Barnelt. Four o'clock : Cleveland 2, Wonlrych and Miss Hnrt'.m v. Brown and Miss Dcane. Five o'clock : Cleveland 1, Rowland and MIks Martin or Roberts and McWIl liain v. Tandy and Miss P. Hartley or Connnh uii-1 Miss 13. Hartley. (iontlemoii's !5iMRlo Handicap.-- Two o'clock : Cleveland No. 1 court, St. John v. Fool. Four o'clock : Cleveland No. 1 court, St. John or Foot v. Rogers; TownsvlMo No. 2, Graham v. Tandy. Gentlemen's 13 Gradu Singly Handi cap.— Two o'clock : Townsville No. 2 court, Mcllwainc v. Maguirc; Towns vlllo No. 1 court, Hanr.111 v. Grant. Thro' o'...
ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. (By Cable.) LONDON, July 3. In Hie semi-finals of the tennis cham pionship, nrookos beat Richie by thrre sets to love. Gore beat Eaves by three sets to love. In the third round of the doubles, Brookes and Wilding beat Ward and Steward by three sets to Jove. LONDON, July 4. In the seml-nnals of tho tennis doubles, Brookes and Wilding beat Ritchie and Casdagll by three sets to love Brookes (Victoria) beat Gore In thto final for the tennis championship, 6-4, 6-2, 6-2.
AQUATIC CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907
AQUATIC CARNIVAL ine Aquatic Carnival which is to take place In tho new swing basin this afternoon is calculated to be one ofTIie best afternoon -amusements submitted during the week. An attractive pro gramme of sports will be carried out, for which a very satisfactory number of competitors have entered. The Ladies' Rowing Club will be out In full force, and the events for ladles will bt, well contested. Innumerable side shows will be In evidence, and the water front should present a very animated appearance. The Townsville Minstrels, assisted by the nomadic ginlIeinari~-Jt the banjo, will conduct a floating con cert, and promise some good items. A Chinese opera performance Is also on the c;irds. Numbers of fancy get ups will add to the attractiveness of the scene, which will Jilso be greatly en hanced by the appearance of the club's fleet, gaily decorated with buntings. The committee have arranged to have seating accommodation provided on the concrete wharves within full view of th...