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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

DEPARTURES. J^obtaaty 7-T~Vie£oviu, s.s., Capt. Jatosh, tov Syáney, via > Brisbane. Fusáeiiyer IS. C^oehÈiae. i. j '. ..., . .. February' 7.-Archer, s.s., Capt. towrie, for Cooktown.' Pas.=en¿ers4-2 ra,"steerage. ? February 7. rr Wentwortlj, "s.s., Capt. Banks, " for CooktOTvnJ' Jíassfingers-rrJírs. Panning and two children. Meiers. Sfiliord, : g. f ¿ríes', VY*. Parkes,' ty. Bannan}, and I'ay I February 9.-^-Arehor, s.s., papt, Lowrie, for'^ydncy, via Biisbane. Passobgers-t in steerage. February 9. - "Wentworth,.. s.s., Capt. Banks, for Sydney, via Brisbane! Pas

Publication Title: Cairns Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. February 7. — Archer, s.s., Capt. Lowrie, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers—2 in steerage.   February 7. — Wentworth, s.s., Capt. Banks, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers — Miss Hurst, Messrs. W. Johnson, Hubert, Davis, and 5 in steerage. February 8. — Archer, s.s., Capt. Lowrie, from Cooktown. Passengers — Mrs. Fox and child, and Miss Keating.   February 9. — Wentworth, s.s., Capt. Banks from Cooktown. Passengers — Messrs. Milford, E. Parkes, W. Parkes, Davis, De- , and 14 in steerage. February 10. — Alexandra, s.s., Capt. Beal, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

DEPARTURES.     February 7. — Victoria, s.s., Capt. McIntosh, for Sydney, via Brisbane. Passenger — S, .               February 7. — Archer, s.s., Capt. Lowrie, for Cooktown. Passengers — 2 in steerage. February 7. — Wentworth, s.s., Capt. Banks, for Cooktown. Passengers — Mrs. Banning and two children, Messrs. Milford, B. Parkes, W. Parks, W. Banning, and Pay Kee February 9. — Archer, s.s., Capt. Lowrie, for Sydney, via Brisbane. Passengers — 4 in steerage. February 9. — Wentworth, s.s., Capt. Banks, for Sydney, via Brisbane. Pas-sengers — Mrs. Turner, Miss St. Clair, Miss

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Special Column. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP- ING CO., LIMITED.     "MARANOA" is due TO-DAY, 14th inst., from South, and will meet with immedi-   ate despatch for Port Douglas, and Cooktown.   WALSH AND CO., Agents. Care of SOUTHERDEN, HOOK AND CO. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP- ING CO., LIMITED. "MARANOA" will sail for SYDNEY, via Queensland Ports, SATURDAY, th 16th   inst.     WALSH AND CO., Agents.       Care of SOUTHERDEN, HOOK AND CO. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP- ING CO., LIMITED.   "COREA" is due on Monday next, 18th     inst., from South, and will meet with im- mediate despatch for Port Douglas, Cook- town, and Thursday Island (connecting with Normanton.) WALSH AND CO., Agents. Care of SOUTHERDEN, HOOK and CO. REV. E. T. LLOYD will (p. v.) preach on Sunday next as follows: — Hambledon Plantation, 3 p.m. ; Church Abbott...

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Hospital Meeting.   of the above institution held monthly meeting on Monday   Court House. Present: — Messrs. of the previous meeting were   confirmed.   and wardman's monthly     and received. The latter during the month seven patients   treated, of whom four had been , leaving three still in hospital. ward correspondence comprised: Dr. Koch, informing him of his at ; and a letter to Dr. Byrn, the committee had no charge amounting to £54 4s 8d, includ-   special allowance to wardsman's used for payment. from S. L. Loeven and W. P.   the supply of groceries for the were opened. On the motion   seconded by Mr. Southerden   order was accepted. The only tted to supply wines and spirits odden's, which was accepted. obson and Douglas were ap- visiting committee for the cur- inated the business, and the   rmed.   &...

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[?]ay Sugar Crop, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

[?]ay Sugar Crop, 1883. [?] STANDARD gives the following [?] sugar crop of the Mackay [?] season of 1883:— [?] season is not considered to have [?] close of March, but with a [?] our readers an idea of the [?] season's operations, we give the [?]ich represent, within a few [?]med out from each planta- [?] of course, some thirds yet [?]ese we cannot add until our [?]ort is prepared. It will be [?] over 14,000 tons have been [?] the estimated crop was   [?]re appears to be a serious [?] may say that the crop will [?] out £80,000 less than was   [?] in other words, means that   [?] of money in this district [?]g six months will be less than it would have been   [?]timate of 18,000 tons had [?] serious a falling of will [?] every one, but especially [?] and manufacturers. It [?] or those who so frequently [?] immense profits of sugar [?]der the figures above and [?] will see that if the profits are [?] seasons, the losses are propor- [?] in bad ones.   [?] of Estate. Tons. ...

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MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P. M.) February 12. Henry Shaw—Application to have license at Steward's Landing made available at Red- band. Application ganted.             Louisa Burke—Application for license for Newmarket Hotel. Hearing adjourned for one month. [?] Thomas—Application for license for   New Tattersall's Hotal. License granted.

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LAND COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, ESq., Acting Land Commissioner.) February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

LAND COURT.       (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., Acting Land Commissioner.)           February 13.     Conditionals Approved: — G. R. Burns, 1280a, Russell River ; T. J. Kilpatrick, 640a, do ; S. J. Bullock, 640a, do ; R. J. Stodart, 1280a, do ; D. Roberts, 640a, do. Conditionals Refused. — C. Rogers, 70a,   Mulgrave-road ; Tom Thomas, 160a, do ; Edmund C. Parkes, 1280a, Russell River. Conditionals Adjourned. — J. J. Fallon, 55a, Thornborough road. Homestead Adjourned. — W. Anderton, 160a.            

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LATEST BY WIRE. HERBERTON, FEB. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

LATEST BY WIRE.   HERBERTON, FEB. 12. The Potosi Silver Mining Company have struck a galons lode one hundred feet wide, cropping along the surface for three hundred feet.     The discovery has caused much re- joicing here.

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Brisbane. FEB, 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Brisbane. FEB. 13. Serious charges have been brought against the Attorney-General, Mr. Rutledge, in connection with the trials of the Mazzlin Bros., and Dobson. He was engaged as counsel to defend   the Mazzlins against a charge of con- spiracy, receiving a fee of one hundred   guineas. When he became Attorney- General he instructed the Crown Prosecutor not to proceed with the charges. The Crown Prosecutor refused, and the papers in the case have   now been made public. He was also counsel in the case of a man named Dobson, who was charged at         [?] with committing rape on a   [?] woman named Maroski. When he became Attorney-General he [?] "no bill," although the man was com- mitted for trial. Mr. Rutledge has been called upon for an explanation of these cases. The Polynesian Laboure[?] partly considered last[?] mittee. An amende[?] duced preventing K[?] those who have [?] ye...

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Gympie. FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Gympie. FEB. 13. The breaking down in the Ellen   Hark[?] and Wil[?] claims have each   exceeded a thousand ounces of gold.

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New South W[?]es. SYDNEY, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

New South Wales. SYDNEY, FEB. 13. The jury empannelled in the trial of Pym, for post office robberies, has been unable to agree upon a verdict. The Hon. John Robertson has been chosen leader of the Opposition. The Government will be attacked on their financial policy.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Special Colvain., TUE QUEENSLAND STEA3Í SHIP * ? XSiS CO., Lom KO, '.'MARANOAis dae TO-DAY, Uta"" inst-, from South, and will iiieet with immedi* ate tlespatoli for I*oit Uour-'aj, ami 0<~.Utow»£s W.vi.sn^sT. Go., .çonts.**" Cavo of COÜTHESDES ÜpOK ASD CO. "HE CjU^lfSLÂND"*Si'£AM "' SHIP" INO OO.,' LIMITED, JIAEAKOA " win lail for SYDXEY, yia ^neeaslami Ports, SAJTTRDAY, the IGih WAUB AND CO., Agents, Care oí SOTJTHRR.DKN; 1100K AS» CO. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP , ' ? INO CO.,' LimTF.pl ' . "GOBEA" is tine ou ÎIÎÛÎ* DAT next, ISth inst., from South, and will meet with im- mediate despatch fór Port Douglas, Cook- town, and Thursday Island (connecting with Normanton.) ' . WALSH ASK CO., Agents, Care cf SOUTHEKDEN. HOOK and CO. :SïABiuSKED 1377. ¡SH and CO. AUCTIONEERS, l^^O^I STATION AGENTS, .-Jf^rrxo. cusrojir IIOUSK. IXSUKAXCK, * F(>K\\~AIÍI>ÍN*.¿ " tí AGENTS, for L r? ? *uri3£l ñ&áoft-strect, Cairns. Aprtt-7 s___ ^"^f utt*on,i'ni? Agents throughout the Cc/l...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

S1ÏIITIXG, AKKtTÄLS.' February- 7,-Archer, s.s.,; Capt. Lowrie, "/rom Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-2 in steerage. " . i February 7. - AV.entvr/jrft, s.s., Capt. Ttn.uk», frûra Sydney, vis Brisbane and perts. t*as engers->iiss Hurst, Messrs.Vi"."Johnson, ^sfcert. Davis", and 5 in steerage. "liréb;i'i;tr/ u - Archer, s.s.. Cant. Lowrie. from Cooktown. Èos^ngers-rilrs. £\>s: anti ehild, and Itiss Keating. Febrttiry 9. -; Weat.verla, 9.».; Capt. Bants' from Coottown. Passengers->íessrs. ^lilford, E. Parkes. "VT. Parkes, Day:;; De . flôêr aatlX-Í'ja sleernge; Febru-iry 10.-Ale^indra, sj.rCapt. lïeal, from Sydney", via Brisbane and ports.

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Labour for the Plantation. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Labour for the Plantation. By A. MESTON, manager of Cambanora.   In my first article I placed both sides of the labour question impartiality before your   readers, gave them the evidence for the prosecution and the defence, and left the verdict to their discretion. I am amused at one or two journals which are unable to account for my presenting what they are pleased to call " two sets of conflicting opinions." It would appear as if the general system of human reasoning is so " over- clouded to the zenith and nadir of it" with muio-headed bigotry and rampant partisan- ship that tho man that looks calmly at both sides of affair to ascertain where the true merit actually lies is liable to be regarded with suspicion or astonished curiosity. One     or two critics are anxious to know why I pro-   posed no remedy, though it was distinctly stated in my article that there " is at present no other alternative, and no prospect o...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold [?] responsible for the opinions of one [?] pon[?].] (To the Editor of [?] CAIRN[?] POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Correspondence.   [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.]     (To the Editor of THE CAIRNS POST.)   Sir,—One would have thought that nothing more outside of official report could have been said upon the relative merits of the three routes. In the HERBERTON ADVER- TISER of the 9th instant appears a letter, however, over the initials "A. M." in which the writer betrays a leaning towards Mourilyan. It is somewhat difficult to decide, at the same time, whether he is   really in favour of Mourilyan, or is simply joking, and indirectly supporting the claims of Cairns. If in earnest, the writer must own a few acres at Mourilyan, and so his anxiety to see the line go there may be ac- counted for.     Having had a slap all round at his fellow residents for forming themselves into a   Progress Association, he wades into a de- scription of Port Douglas, and says he ...

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The Queensland Nations Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

The Queensland National Bank. THE twenty-third general meeting of the   shareholders of the institution was held at   the banking-house in Brisbane on the 31st ultimo, the Hon. F. H. Hart, M. C., chair-   man of the board of directors, p[?]ding. The report and balance-sheet were taken   as read. The profit and loss account showed the net profits for the half year end[?] 31st De-   cember last, after making provision for re- bate on bills current, &c., to amount to   £44,603 11s 9d, added to which was the   balance from previous half-year [?]5538 10s 11d, making a total of £51,142 2s [?]. From   this had to be deducted the tax o[?] note cir- culation £3921 8s 10d, leaving a balance of £47,220 13s 10d available for distribution. This sum the directors recommended to be appropriated as follows :—£30,000 to the payment of dividends at the rate [?] cont. per annum, £10,000 to b...

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Court. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P. M.,) February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Courts.   POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P. M.) February 12. W. D. Hobson v. J. Lothian—For breach of agreement. No appearance of either party. Case struck out. Re-opened enquiry into the death of Ah Chun at Hambledon Plantation during Chinese strike. Adjourned until Tuesday.

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Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Our European Letter.     (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) O'DONNELL, the murderer of Carey, the Irish informer, was executed on Monday, December 17. There had been a rumour that the prisoner in- tended to make a speech, but nothing of the kind occurred, and he made no further statements as to his reason for committing the deed. He exhibited great calmness and courage, but with- out any appearance of bravado. The applications for a reprieve from America, and also from Victor Hugo,   were not acceeded to, there being no sufficient reasons for the law not to take its course. The crowd outside the prison was orderly, and very few Irish- men were noticed in it.   The reception of the Crown Prince   of Germany at [?], on his way back to Berlin from Spain, was most enthu-   siastic, as it was also at Rome, where he arrived at midday on Monday, De- cember 17. After dining privately   with the Royal Famil...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 February 1884

Victoria.   MELBOURNE, FEB. 13. Messrs. Gardiner and Co.'s tender for the construction of a ship canal across Fisherman's Bend has been approved.     The amount of tender is £64,000.   Mr. Speight, the new Commissioner   of Railways, has entered upon his duties. Great consternation prevails in the Railway Department, as a   retrenchment policy is expected. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, is about to in- crease its capital by £1,000,000. He who does his best, however little, is always to be distinguished from him who does nothing.                 "Yes" said Fogg, "Dr. [?]ill[?]ller is a brave   man, no doubt, but he carries his bravery too far. He is foolhardy, sir ; never saw so rash a man. Called him to see Mrs. [?]. to-day, and he actually asked her to let him ...

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