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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

ATURDA Y, DECEMBER 13, AT 12 O'CLOCK, AT MAC'S SALE BOOMS, LAKE-STREET, CAIRNS. TOWARDS THE ESPLANADE ONCE MORE TOWARDS THE ESPLANADE ONCE MORK TOWARDS THE ESPLANADE ONCE MO RR TOWARDS THE ESPLANADE ONCE MORE. : TO NEAV CHUMS, AND ANY OTHER CHUMS TO NEW CHUMS, AND A NV OTHER CHUMS TO NEW CHUMS, AND ANY OTHER CHUMS TO NEW CHUMS, AND ANY OTHER CHUMS. ATE AYE AYE THE LYNNWOOD ESTATE THE LYNNWOOD ESTATE THE LYNNWOOD ESTATE THE LYNNWOOD ESTATE THE LYNNWOOD ESTATE Comprising 2T Sl'I.P.N \>T 1> .TMSSTTTEXCTC SITE*» 27 SPLENDID RESIDENCE SITES 27 SPLEXÜIB RESIDENCE SITES 27 SPLENDID RESIDENCE SITES FRONTING LAKE-STREET . , FRONTING LA KE-ST li li KT FRONTING LAKE-STREET a FRONTING LAKE-STREET . and within ;i whisper of THE OCEAN THE OCEAN THE OCEAN ; -S- THE OCEAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER lil, ISSI SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1», ISSI SATURDAY, DECEMBER VJ, ISSI SATURDAY, DECEMBER Ll, ISSI. ïenns-One-quarter cash , balance three, six, and nine months, witliotit interest. To Capitalists Speculators ...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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NORTHCOTE. December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

NORTHCOTE. ' Doceralx-r 1. Mining matters here an.-, generally speak- ing^, progressing satisfactorily. One claim has had a trial lot of -tn tons of stone crushed, which only went ülwt to th» ton; hut as it was not expected to go more than lodwt the owners have determined to take out another crushing. Thc following U the state of the various claims :--dinnie Moi ham : This claim has about ICO ,toris of stone in the paddock awaiting trushisg ; it looks good enough to yield 2oc. A tew dava ago a splendid prospect WHS obtained from a new make of stone recently found; ôdwt cf gold was washed from the borings of a hole 2ft deep; some stona has been taken out and looks very well, in fact thc mine looks better now than she has done for som«.- tune past ; there will be another crashing; ready hy Christmas. ? Sunday p.c. : This claim has -about-i50 tons cf-stoce at grass, expected to average 2oz ; a írial crushing of r.»us from the cap of the lode went nearly '-lol; sau\ as a large part of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

CAiRHS DISTRACT HOSPITAL. THE attention of Subscribers tn tlio above Institution is called to Knie Fourteen (i l) ol Now Huies »nd 1.'ululations, rh:.: " Cundida tes for the Oliscos of President and Treasurer, or Committee, must lie nomi- nated hy one or more governor.! or con- tributors. Nominations, with writt-n ae cepiauc-.'ö ol' Candidates, musí be sent in ti. the Secretary eight ('<) clear days prior to the day of election. A list of liomin:, lions to he posted on the outside of the Court House 01.1 \v) ciear oars hetorethe day nt elootron,-' VÎT.., Jiiauarv 12, lSSfl. J. H. MACXISJl. Secretary. December 9, ISSI. A .GRAND CONCERT (SACîtSD Ai.'D SÜCULAI!) will be given in thc NEW TOWN HALL, CA I HNS, Ou TUESDAY, DEOSMllIHi ISSI. Admission :-Front Scats Ss, Hack Scats 2s. Pr .cecils in Aid of the Primitive Methodist Church Funds. 1É, K W% Limited, GENERAL MERCHANTS, Have just to han I ex "Airlie" fr:.m Hong Kong, L'OOO mais SICE r.O i-chests HOXOMEK TEA-in pacb-r Choic...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1884. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

-íC-atrw^ post. TIIUKSLUY, DECEMBER ll. J.S3Í. Local items. Tue gr.m'of .£250 appears ou tue Estimates for n Clerk of l'etty ¡Sesions for Cairns. Tlie Qairaing took, auiocg her cargo for Melbourne oa Tuesday last, HO tous of sugar froia Hambledon l'lautatiou. Yesterday, being Separation Day, was ol> FOrv'i'il as a general luduhiy, «nd passed nfl" in a ir.iiot and orderly manner. The prin « i;ial attraction for the holiday makers was tilo cricket uiutch between the Town mid Country, rjarticnhirs of which- appear, in !¡r.oíl:er" cC'íuiaá.-;\ -'. V- .x.; ^ -? "Wc -umlerEtaEiï tnat~.v Separation Longue has been formed in Cairns, with Sir. lt. A. Kingsford as president, and Mr. 1'. C. Alien as !u>a. see. '. The ^Committee already num- bers' among its .members Messrs. U. Adam?; J. Jiimieson.^F. T. Wiuibïc, E. "15; Loridan: M. de Toun-is. E. A. Milford, T. Swallow, E. Tor.iizt, E. Boden, G.- Burns, and several other gentleman in favour of the movement. We wodd direct the special atte...

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MOunt Morgan Gold Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

j MOKHÍ Morora G:>I;I Jîiito. WK exlnict the í.aiov.i:»' account of the aU.ve famous «due from the report of Mr. ii. L. Jat,k, receatiy laid before t:îe House of As-ciuniv : lu theiuinwdiate neitr'ibourhood of ilouat Ale.rp.!'. the " ei.untrv rock" consiste maiidv «.f Siluiih-tftay .¡narizU.-a line -ramH silier; lt.; sateLtotic ci-- t,;o.e or ie.v. vitrified -tull oí >mr.ul-:> ci'ystî.ÎK o! hon pyrites and .peéis OÍ ut id iotic tro -. ore, graywaoL-ua oí I the ordinäre !.%-;>..-hard iir.c yr;,;::--:! Laad- I s ones or csuàr'cd rili.eoits ar..! foi -pathle j materials now «s......wiiat indnruted t and, lostic. -eea.ional mosses of shale burdened t. a t ititi f.«t,jt*-ccv. aid a few bolts of serpentine. As tho stratified rocks tl this iaL7h*L, "vll'\Z ^^rmetamcrj^isuT h'îs ¡Cone a considerable ieinrih. il U not easv to . e certain ot either dit; er stritte. Thc etralidcd rock-: are moreover interrupted awl intersected in every limvtLn by dykes und oilier intrusive unisses ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Birth. LIDDY.-December 9, at the residence of Mr. Miller, Esplanade, Cairns, the wife of John Kerr Liddy, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

CAIRNS ¡MISIONAL BOARD. VfOTICE is "hereby given that all Bates ] -131 mm due, not paid into the. Divisional I fcoard Oitice on or before this llth day of December, 1SS4, that proceedings will be taken nnder the; 70th Section of the Divi- sional Hoards Act of "1S79, as follows : " If any person rated nnder the provisions of this Act sh»ll fail to pay any of thc httt-s due ly him for the sp:sce of sixty days after tho demand therefor made i:t waiting by any duly " authorised collector, or by pest let er ¿out to the latest known address of such person, or hy advertisement iu some newspaper geuevally circulating iu the neighbourhood. The Chairman may issue hi-s warntnt for levying the amonat with corts according ta tin; acule iu thc Sixth Schedule fcerct-» by distress and salo of the goodj and chattels found on the premises for which such rate shall bo due anti continuing to bo occupied by the person on whom such notice shall have been so served. In lieu of distress and sale any rates ...

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Cairns Bivisional Beard. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Cairns Jîivisif.Ji.i! Eí-ard. j A axrrrixa fr thc above IHcard was held on ! the 3rd instant. Present : Messrs. Kenny (chairman),Severin.jiyan.Loridu::, Douglas, ] ilohson, Hook. Stree!."and Mackey. j The miunt -s of the previous'ordinary and I special meeting* were read ami confirmed. ; The outward correspondence was read and ? adopted. j The inward correspondence w-as read »nd i dealt with as follows :-Letter from Pr. j 31 vers, re publishing reports of meetings; ! proposed l>y Sir. Hook, seconded liv Mr. ' Hobson, and carried-" That thu clert write and thank Ur. Myers for Iiis courtesy." Leiter froin the Cairns Protrress Assanviu iu variousj>.uts of tee. towal! î'roposoii !>y Mr. ' Severin, seconded bv Mri Mackey; ami carried-" That the engineer propra e speeiü c.iiions for a number of Limps, giving tire probable cost and mainteaauce of the same I for twelve months." Letter from tie John- I atone Eiver Divisional líos rd re comtruc- ' ttou of road now being made, via the...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. December 4.-GLmr.ortli.s.«., Capt. lîiittn.*y, from Bydnuy, ria Brübuitc and pon.*, fu s.si£vr.-¿-~ 3írá. Harto, Mesará.!). M'Ouie, Luiif«.r, V. Sîeiii, S. David, A. Bago, Leo Bon. and 13 iii steerage. December 4.-Wurre.ro, rf-s-, Capt- rhillijw, frout Sj»lncy, via. Brisbane ami port*. December 5.-Burdekin, Capt. ÏToir, fmm Townsville, via Gird AC.!. K.»ti.;I*:iii. muí Joáudüiu* jÜver. Paaseiiff-ir-Jlr. K:in.taU. December ff.-OLniwi>riîi, s.i., i_\»pt:. Eattrcr, ÎPJIU Co ifctown. December G.-Warrena, ax Capt. I'iiiUiyj. from Cotilito^ni. December 8.-Çiiiraiirr. C..pt. M* Levai, from Melbourne, Sydney, and"UrùLaae, vi.t X'or. IMIÍ^Í^S. Dec-amber IO.-Burdekin, .-«.s., Capt. Keir. ïi jm Tôwndvûaï, via ports.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

THfc |«y Hatkl Sank, LIMITED. Incorporated under " The Companies Act," ISC*. BACKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. " Fa,id:up Cnpi ... - 500,000 j Beserve Fund ... ... 1S3.000 Gold bought or forwarded to thc Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Kates. Drafts issued on J lead Office, Branches and Agents. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, anil all other usual bankin* business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairn* Branch. rjlHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednemlayn and Saturdays. 'fenns-li's per quarter, or Xl annually, in advance. The " Advertiser" has a huge circulation, and claim* to be a reflex of the Wild River tin, silver, and copper minea. UmVAED MYERS, Proprietor. ROBERT CRAIG, REGISTERED CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, ABBOTT-STSSEX, CAIBNS, (next New Tattersalls Hotel). PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. j A completa stock Pure Drugs and Patent Medicines is kept. j Also, liest brands Cigars, Tabacco, pipes, ...

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IMPORTS. EX GLANWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

IML'ORTS. EX GLANWCKTn. I Consigned to Burns, Philp und Cu, - 50 ewes ico ro- se u e. 1 bundle* trace chats., \ parecí luu'ujvj. Consitrued to R. Cruiir - 2 Curisiinied tu Jack und " j.veil. - - cases stiudrie.i. Consigned to ll. V. Fre.mii:.- *> bair-» m.iiï.i. Consumed to Ti. J. G«»vUm.-1. v^.wS. L-L~T«V*. 1 »i«.îlu««H»u«.-VpinM. 1 cn o. i'J öi-iH k^ro^ene. 2D boxes cundle.*, 1 parcel, I'owe, 1 dj iui:n¡, 1 tua*. 1 kesv5 ciue^ inachlno oil. ii» ilrtuiw c^.*wr ini. i i««eJi tt^-w mblier. S ca»>e« fcero.~«ii»>, - j^rc**!.-, ¿ »si^ri acid. - pucfatipu.1. I parcel instruíala c.-. 1 In.x, z G±a*t¡* Tcatiia, 1 box duck-f, 2 p-ipjr p^zcjl-. 1 ettie. 1 do jíineer, 1 bundle m.itti;i~, 1 ca-** .-uaàrrîr», 1 hue; prawiw, 5 enies sundrie-t, 1 p-irkae;;* opium, I ot-»e tsuncd, 1 i-chest tea, 4 cami* eu.onhii wine, li do oil. I do lichee, 1 do cracker«, - i*.*.'k so* opium, 1 ks snrüups, 1 easenailá.-Iïuru-s iTrulp and --o., ^-cuu. ES QuiíiAINti. Consigned to A. Taylor and Ca. ettie J ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

DEPARTURES.             December 4. - Glanworth, s.s., Captain Buttrey,    for Cooktown. Passengers -Mr. G. Davis, and 4 in       steerage.   December 4.-Warrego, s.s., Capt. Phillips, for   Cooktown. December 5.-Burdekin, s.s., Capt. Keir, for   Townsville, via ports.   December 6. - Glanworth, s.s., Captain Buttrey,           for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers-Messrs.   T. Williams, A. Forsyth, Douglas, C. Wilson, Pay Kee, Ashew, S. Davis, and 4 in steerage. December 6.-Warrego, s.s., Capt. Phillips, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers-M.       'l'orazzi, and several steerage. December 10.-Quining, s.s., Capt. McLean, for Melbourne via ports. Passengers-Miss Wilson, Mrs.   Dorsey, and 1 in steerage. December 10.-Burdekin, s.s., Capt. Keir, for Townsville, via ports.

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

Our Neighbours. [PCOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.]] HEBBEBTOJÍ. Decemuer 12. THE week has passed uneventually except that a well-known gardener residing at Cali- fornia Gully was found dead in his camp. The n«uU -mn^itrtcriol enquirer " will" taire place, when the medical officer has furnished his report on his post-mortem examination. The rains hare done much good, and already grass abounds, and sluicing washdirt is being pursued at Beveral places including the lead here to Flaggy. There have been cloudy indications of stormy weather throughout the week, but the storms passed over to the westward. On Thursday afternoon, exactly at 2 o'clock, a vivid flash of lightning followed instan- taneously by a loud crash of thunder, unac- companied by rain, bur?t in the main street about midway between the printing offices, causing considerable alarm to the occupants of each and the neighbourhood generally. Then came a strong cold wind from thc N.E., which brought vain and more thunder, which app...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

?': ' TaM> W»inR ;:: of - til« aKond tliM am Wm.:-.Webb for libelling Sir Henry Parkes was concluded on Friday after- noon, when thc jury retired to con- sider their verdict. After being locked .up all night they announced their inability to arrive at a verdict, and were consequently discharged. The Crown have decided not to prosecute any further, hut Sir Henry Parkes intends proceeding against "Webb in a civil action. DECEMBER 15. The second deposit of £50 on the' sculling match between Beach and Clifford for tlie championship of the world was paid on Saturday night on behalf of Clifford, but Beach's repre- sentatives through oversight failed to pay his deposit. Clifford's backers this morning claimed the whole of the money, £150 deposited, according to the agreement, which was thereupon handed over to them. Clifford is now nominally aquatic champion of the world. DECEMBER 16. The Wealth and Industrial Exhibi- tion 'was opened to-day under the auspices of the Protection and Poli...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, DKCEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

South Australia* ADELAIDE, DKCEMIIKU 10. Thc cricket match between Shaw's English eleven and- the Australian eleven was commenced on Iriday.and ?.ontinued on Saturday. The Aus- tralians went first to thc wickets and scored 212 runs for the innings. The Englishmen have made 233 runs for the loss of two wickets, DECEMBER IC. The match between thc English team and thc Australian eleveji was con- cluded yesterday afternoon, thc wickets being very uncertain owing to rain during tlieprevious night. The English- men finished their first innings for a total of 308 runs. In their second innings the Australians were all dis- posed of for 101, leaving the English- men CC to make 'to win, which was accomplished with thc loss of two wickets, thus giving them the victory with eight wickets to spare. (From our Exchange«.} BRISBANE, DECEMUEH 12. Thc Champion Four-oared Race was won by the Commercial flub of Jîri* bane, which beat both the Rockhampton and Maryborough crews. PARLIAMENTARY. In the Ass...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill. Esq., P.M., and R. T. Hartley, Esq., J. P.) December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before TV. E. O. Hill. Esq., PJÍ., and E. T. Hartley, Esq., J J?.) December 15. ? George Morrison, charged with using ob- scene language, was fined COs or 7 days hard labour. The same charged with hoing drunk and disorderly was discharged with a caution. Carriuiho, South Sea Islander, was placed in the dock charged with wounding, with in- tent to murder, one Beneollison, a female Polynesian. Sergeant Whelan deposed to arresting prisoner at Hambledon plantation on the above ciuirge. He saw the injured woman lying in the hospital at Hambledon plantation. She had a deep cut on the back of her head about five Inches long and seemed t| uite unconcious. The doc-tor was present at the time and said he did not think sha could live two hours. He (Sergeant Whelan), asked that prisoner might be remanded un- til Friday. Prisoner was accordingly re- manded until the 19th inst. December ll. (Before W. K. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) Edward Barnett, charged with drunken- ness and us...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

0\e <Tairu5 |losi THUESDAT, DECEMBER IS, 1884. Tire recent action of Mr. Griffith in refusing to ratify the appointment of Mr. Jiobert Philp as one of the trus- teed of the Townsville Grammar School after he had been duly elected by the subscribers- o£ that iüütitiitioi»_vmm » «Mt»» lwH;»f« -oöl^to^aPow?»; Tille but to the whole of the North, which should call forth a strong, unanimous, and indignant protest ; a protest directed not only against the unfair treatment extended to Mr. Philp, but also against the systematic, in-, justice and disregard with which Mr. Grilfith invariably treats the opinions, desires, and interests of ' the more Northern portion of the colony. In singling out Mr. Philp as the medium for passing an insulting slight upon the North, Mr. Griffith could not have chosen a more representative man. As partner in the firm of Burns, Philp and Co., no man is better known or more intimately identified with Northern ad- vancement than Mr. Philp, who is ever ...

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MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill. Esq., P.M.) December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

MONTHLY LICENSING- COURT. (Before W. K. O. Hill. Es^.. P.M.> I UwwaiW 12. - ~ I Auctioneer's licenses grunted to J. Macna- mara and J. IT. Macnish for year 1883. Application by A. T. Draper; no appear- ance ¡ applicant to apply-at next meeting.

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FoK THE WEEK KN DINO DECEMBER 17. Day of tlio week. Morning. Aft ruoou THUBSDAT FlEIDAT... SATURDAT SUXDAT ... MON DAT TUE3DAT WEDNESDAY

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LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 December 1884

LAND COURT. (Before Mr. Acting-Commissioner Hartley.) Conditional Approved.-Bridget Paris, 50 acres, Inlet. Conditional Adjourned.-Charles Eogera, 110 acres. Inlet. Conditional Rejected.-William "Walsh, 3Ü0 acres. Inlet. Homestead Approved.-Robert Waugh, 1G0 acres. Bussell Biver Volunteer ' Selection Approved.-Thomas Burtenshaw, 50 acres, Mulgrave-road. Certificates Granted.-John Macpherson, selection No. 82; John James Swallow, do 101; Thomas Swallow, do 121. Certificates Befused.-T. Fulton Swallow, selection No. 103 ; Harry Alfred Derham, do 103. Struck Out.-No appearance of applicant or agent. Edward William Lightfoot, selec- tion No. 100.

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