The chronicle of Václav Hájek from Libočan is published, where the author describes the story of the Biliner healing springs from 761. Although it is most likely a history of history, it is certain that in 1541 the Bílin springs were already known and that is why the story written.
Eleonora ordered the capture of the springs into narrow tanks filled with sandstone. The tanks were equipped with Wooden Casing.
Dr. Frederick Hoffmann sought to replacement the “Epsom salt” for the King of Prussia. He discovered bitter water near the town of Brüx (Most) in Bohemia.
Dr. F. Hoffmann publishes a book in Dresden and Halle “Indicium et examen fontis et salis Sedlizensis in Bohemia in ejusdem Medicina consultatoria”.
J. A. Görlitz publishes in Dresden and Regensbueg a book:: “Vermehrte nachrichten vod nedm böhmischen Sedlitzer oder Saidschitzer Bitterwasser”. Next edition of Leipzig 1730, Regensburg 1731 a 1754.
Dr. F. Hoffmann publishes in London a book “New experiments and observations upon mineral waters”. It directs the reader to use mineral waters to preserve health and treat illnesses. At that time he was already a member of the Royal Society of England. Illustrations and notes are added by doctor Peter Shaw.
Dr. K. H. Plattig is responsible for the treatment of Bíliner springs.
Friedrich Christian Lesser publishes a book in Hamburg: “Von den herrlichen Wirkungen des Seidlitzer Brunnens”.
J. A. Görlitz publishes in Regensburg a book: “Neue Bemerkungen von dem Böhmischen Biterwassern”.
Dr. P. Shaw publishes in London an English translation of Hoffmann’s writings about Sedlitz water and salt.
Jenstchen publish a book: “Kurze Gedanken von dem Nutzen und Gebrauch des Sedlitzer ode Saidschitzer Bitterwassers und des daraus verfertigen Salzes”.
Coal becomes a strategic raw material. Hutter, however, reports the beginnings of mining as early as 1613.
Dr. Kristian Schwenken of Dresden publishes a publication about Biliner.
In Berlin, the French version of the book on Sedlitz salt is published: “Dissertation sur les eaux de Sels er Seidlitz”.
G. N. Troschel publish a book in Leitmeritz: “Nothwendige Nachrichten von den wahrhaftig böhemischen Bitterwasern, Saidschitzer Urspungs as dem hochlebischen Berge”.
J. Simon revisits the adaptation of the Bílina springs after Dr. K. H. Plattig from 1732.
Heinrich Gottlieb Nepomuk Troschel publish a book “Erforderliche nachrichten von dem Biliner Sauer Brunnen”, Faculty of Medicine, Prague.
Christian Friedrich Schulzens, a bachelor of medicine from Friedrichstadt published a book “Nachricht vom Böhmischen Biterwasser und Salze”.
Laboratory for the production of magnesia carbonica.
Josef Franz Maximilian Lobkowicz was born, after which his son Ferdinand Lobkowicz (1797 – 1868) named the “Josef’s Quelle spring” of 1824.
H. J. v Crantz includes Sedlitz bitter water into the publication: “Gesundbrunnen der Oesterr. Monachie”. The book is published in Vienna.
The first producer of stoneware mugs is Josef Rössler.
Publish a book: “De Aquarum Sedlicensium usu”.
August Antonin Lobkovic leaves again to shed springs and expose the warehouse. This first bottler was demolished only in 1904. The designer is Dr. K. H. Plattig.
The first restaurant is built at the Biliner Sauerbrunn spring Temple.
J. J. Berzelius performs analysis of Sedlitz bitter water for the Swedish nobility. He himself diagnoses the possibility of synthesis of the bitter water as too costly compared to the actual bottling in Sedlitz laboratorium. This knowledge gave rise to massive exports of Sedlitz water to Scandinavia.
F. A. Reuss publishes the “Geography of North Bohemian Mountains” with the question: “Is the volcanic basalt or not?”
Reuss’s publication is published in Prague: “Das Saidschitzer Bitter-Wasser physich, chemisch und midizinisch beschrieben”.
Updated edition is published in Prague. Winth writen inscrtiption: Thanksgiving to the August Josef Lobkowicz.
The Russian car loved the style of spa houses in Teplitz. In St. Petersburg began to build his own Russian spa. In order to have a small piece of genuine Teplitz water, the export of Biliner to Russia began. Deliveries were provided by merchant Johan Asmus Kranse and Dr. Christian Thal. Bílinská became so well-known in Russia that it was not registered as a trademark until 1910.
This year, the first problems occurred with the clogging of the surface pits of the Biliner sources with torrential rain-driven clay.
F. A. Reuss publish in Prague a book: “Naturgeschichte der Biliner Sauerbrunnen in Böhmen”. Slogan: Turpe est in patria habitare et patriam ignorare.
Archbishop Rainer Josef of Habsburg-Lorraine performs barometric measurements at Biliner Stein Mountain.
Reuss’s book is based on Chemie Professor Steinmann’s remarks “Mineralquellen zu Bilin in Böhmen”.
The book by F. A. Reuss is published in Vienna with the addition of the French Artillery Captain of the Imperial Corps.
Unexpected huge success is achieved by Pharmacist Thomas F. Savory in his London laboratory at New Bond Street, No. 136. Here he prepares a recipe for making a imitation of the Sedlitz bitter salt, a well-known and very positively perceived curative source of the director’s headquarters in Bilina. Thanks to the glory of Sedlitz, the product is generally well received by the whole world and is becoming a leading product of early 19th century pharmacy.
Franz Josef Lobkowicz died, Ferdinand Lobkowicz succeeds.
Prince Ferdinand Lobkowicz has built a spring temple named after his father JOSEFS QUELLE. Temple inscription: Patri filii pietas, MDCCCXXIV (1824).
Ferdinand Lobkowic asks townspeople for gubernic permission to build new spas, inns and stables. In 1829 he obtained a building permit. Spruce and forest parks are expanding. The Magnesia Laboratory will add two spa chambers with a bath tub to the Biliner mineral water carbonic bath.
The upper council of Reuss died. The successor is his son Dr. August Emanuel Reuss.
The professor of medicine at the Military Academy in Berlin devotes a large part of his publication “Physikalisch-medicinische Darstellung der bekannten Heilquellen” to Biliner Sauerbrunn and Saidschitzer Bitterwasser.
Teplitz Spa Doctor T. L. Richter publishes in Prague an extensive publication about Teplitz thermal springs. This publication has a great reputation and attracts many other travelers and scientists. The book deals with the special chapter of Bilina and its sources. He describes that a large number of Teplitz spa guests are visiting the forest park in Bílina after lunch and drinking Biliner mineral water with wine and many other ways. It also describes the production of Sedlitz and Saidschitzer bitter salt and its use in internal balneotherapy.
Doctor of Medicine James Johnson (Physician extr. To the late king.) published in London in 1841 a book “PILGRIMAGES TO THE SPAS IN PURSUIT OF HEALTH AND RECREATION”. In the book he describes his visit to the famous Teplitz Spa, where he met the author of the latest publications about Teplitz thermal springs, Dr. Richter (Published the year before 1840).
According to his appreciation, “Teplice is the most fashionable German spa resort, especially after a season when there are no crowned heads and the same nobility who come to heal body imperfections and soothe the soul.”
He also reminds that the famous Sedlitz and Zaječice springs are known all over Europe. Describes his visit to the Lobkowicz bottling plant in Bilin and the Zaječice. Johnson specifies to British readers that Sedlitz water is not ingredients for “sedlitz powders” well known in England. However, it suggests a new name for Sedlitz powders as: “GENUINE LONDON SEDLITZ POWDERS”.
A book by Josef Vilém of Löschner is published in the publishing house of F. A. Credner. “Der SAUERUNNEN ZU BILIN in Böhmen therapeutisch gaschildert”
A. Reuss becomes professor at the University of Vienna.
Manufacturer: Hartmann and Sigl in Vienna’s Neustadt.
Emperor Franz Joseph I awarded A. E. Reus a knighthood with the right to wear a coat of arms on which is Biliner Stain mountain.
The “Moritz Quelle” Spring Temple was established and the building of the Biliner Spa House was commenced.
5.10. 1872 is established according to the Decree of the Prague Spa Authority File no. 567 protection zone of Biliner healing mineral water according to the design and calculation of A. E. Reuss.
On June 6, 1873, Bilina passed the first train of 20 wagons.
The existing spa doctor in Bílina Dr. Karel Preiss is replaced by Prof. Dr. A. E. Reuss. Son of A. Reusse, Dr. Vilém Reuss, is promoted to the knightly order by an iron crown.
It publishes a book on the physiognomic and therapeutic effects of Biliner mineral waters.
Exclusive representation in the US is acquired by LUYTIES BROTHERS, 73, Park Row, New York.
The source borehole “Josephs Quelle” was drilled. Technique of the dropping drill used to a depth of approx. 60 m.
Enlargement of the Biliner protected Area due to brown coal mining operations nearby. The proposal was drafted by professors Fr. Steiner and G. Laube.
The spring headquarters is actively involved in virtually all the world exhibitions, where he gains high or highest awards in the field of spa industry.
On April 18, the extended of protection zone of Biliner mineral water was approved under number 516.
After the jubilee exhibition in Prague, the Lobkowicz Exhibition Pavilion was disassembled on 18 October 1891. Over the next two years he was transported by railway and built in a spa park in Bílina. It is a Swiss-style wooden pavilion and has since served as a “forest café”.
The extensive publications of Dr. Vilém Gintl and Dr. Gustav Laube, together with the graduate engineer Frederick Steiner, contributed to the extensive reconstruction of the Biliner springs on the instruction of Prince Moritz Lobkowitz. Published by the Publishing House of the “Industrial and Commercial Directorate of the springs in Bílina” in Johan Dreschner Printing Works.
This year, 5 million bottles of Biliner were dispatched. Railway is very helpful for the distribution network.
On May 29, 1898, a memorial was revealed in the area outside the main spa building to the famous Biliner curative waters popularists, father and son of Reuss. Celebrations were attended by Dr. Wilhelm Ritter von Reuss, Prof. Aufust Leopold Ritter von Reuss, Prof. August Adolf Ritter von Reuss and Dr. Hans Ott. At the same time, the Inhalatorium building was built and a new factory building near the railway.
Thanks to the importation of cheap tyrolean magnesium powder, the production of magnesium in Bílina was canceled. A new modern bottling factory building is planned for the site due to the rising sales to England. England now orders 2 million bottles a year.
Biliner is exported to Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Importer is LION and CIA, SANTOS and SAO PAULO.
Biliner naturally carbonated natural mineral water is awarded the main prize (Grand Prix) as the world’s best dietary natural beverage.
Professor Ing. Gintl performs analyzes of Biliner mineral water in Prague Balneological Institute of Charles University.
In Europe, the Great War is raging, now known as the “First World War”. The Spa House in Bílina is used as a reserve hospital of the Red Cross. The Military Spa Doctor is MUDr. Ferdinand Vogel.
The Great War was tangled with a political map of Europe. Czechoslovak legions are joined the German “Nordböhmen” to the newly established Czech-Slovak Republic. The Biliner springs are no longer in Austria-Hungary but in the German land in Czechoslovak region. The relationship of Czechs to Biliner (In Czech “Bílinská kyselka”) is best represented by this newspaper advertisement. Where is bottled this fabulous mineral water? You do not have to look, you have a map here. Biliner is a world trend and now is ours.
At the 770 liter per minute drainage in the bottom water runoff at the Venus coal mine, no impact was observed on the Biliner springs.
In Germany are published many advertising recommending curative treatments in Biliner spa resort.
The Communist government takes over the station. Former Biliner and Sedlitz bottler owner, Czechoslovak diplomat Maximilian Erwin Lobkowicz, had to leave for American exile. Bílina and Teplice are populated by the Czech natives from the Central Bohemian region. From the bottling plant in Bílina, the “Czechoslovak Nationan Enterprise with a branch in Zaječice” was established.
The vast and exhibition spa park for centuries built around the Biliner Springs is planted with a huge number of rapidly growing spruces. Disappear as a politically inappropriate subject for communist goverment.
K. Zima’s proposal to extend the protection zone to the edge of the Tertiary basin and to remove the right-bank area of the Bílina River. Knowing that the coal seams are separated from the crystalline subsoil by a mighty layer of clay.
Georgij Kačura solves the spring structure of Biliner with boheholes V1, V2 and V3. 60m NE from the main collector basin.
Bílinská kyselka becomes the most distributed spa mineral water of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.
Springs headquarters (aka BHMW a.s.) prepares a project with architect I. Řezáč (HYCO)
Biliner is a beverage of the World Golf Championship at the Doral in Miami, USA.
Complete the reconstruction of the main factory building, the railway loading platform and the construction of the underground bottling plant.
The new generation technology ensures the highest quality of bottling process ever.