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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907
5 ? " n K .X K X Sc ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' X ic - 55 5 * ? -: Tho whole of tlic Christian world will shortly bo 1 ^ K " * ' * -1 extending tho hand ol friendship, peace and good-- *. ^ ' ? --_- THE COMPLIMENTS -OF THE SEASON. -- . X K * wr- - -:- Tho giving and receiving of appropriate and Sea-- ^ Cr lt - sonable Gifts will be tho ordor of tho '.day, and -- Í3 rK. '-- to those seekers after thc new-the beautiful-tho -r- X R - x ^ .. .- inexpensivfe-and useful, our present completo ! * - ^ ^ - showing of Chrstmas Gifts will come as a rove ^ ? -? lation of completeness. , ... .... X K * )fT . --- We say truthfully that wc have never before- X ^- opened up such exquisit Jewellery Goods K- Thc whoic of our Show Cases and Windows - &lt;5 K * %T " - simply scintillate with bright and New ¿- X 5r X ^ :-CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS. f :- 3 )C - Wo cali fit your fancy ana your ppekot. ? ? G K . 5 X - A visit of inspection in no way commits you to » -.- /*l K * -a Purchase --;--- -COMB t» -.-. 1^...
Biograph to Blame GLORIFICATION OF RUFFIANS. WELLINGTON (N.Z.) Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907
Biograph to Blame &nbsp; GLORIFICATION OF RUFFIANS. &nbsp; ?'yiEUMàtOS iN-Z-j Key;- Í5." Mr.Justice Dennison made some &nbsp; extremely pertinent remarks at Auck- land this week on an aspect of pub- lic entertainment which has come in- to vogue through the accomplish- &nbsp; ment of an animated photography, It is not long ago since the represen- tation of the achievements of the Kelly Gang was condemned, and, I think, prohibited, in some parts of Australia, as being calculated to suggest a career of crime to the im- pressionable 'youth. There can be no doubt that books of the "Dead- wood Dick" or the "One-Ayed Ran- &nbsp; ger" character have frequently sent boys' minds wandering in an unprofi- table direction, and if books will have this effect, how much greater danger may lie in the wonderfully realistic representations made pos- &nbsp; sible by the cinematograph? Three little ..bushrangers" were be- fore. Mr. Justice " Dcnnistbn. The...
GOOD GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
GOOD GIFTS. Possibly no other business mon in this town is more desirous of satis- fying his customers than George Blessas, of the Sydney Oyster Sal- oon, and in addition to giving ex- traordinary good value in Ice Creams Soft Drinks, Fruit and Confection- ery, is, as previously announced, go- ing to give away a Duchess Chest, 8-Day Clock, and 3 Vases. Every sixpence spent gives an opportunity of obtaining any of the above. It pays you to call on Blessas and have a large leo Cream for 6d. 1 ==1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
Steedims ... SOOTHING Powders Relieve FEVERISH HÉAT. PreventFITS,CONVULSIONS,(ic. rVctcrvc a huHhy »Ute of thc constitution - "w CHILDREN. - Pltue »bitrve thc EE in STÇEOMAM. ^^_ Thïic powders contain NO POISON JEË] Bender's Food is mixed with fresh new milK when used, is dainty and delicious, highly nutritive, and most easily, digested. Infants thrive on it, and delicate or aged persons enjoy it. Bcnger'i Food l¡ sold In lins, iy all Chemiiti, tlc, cveritohcrc. FOOD WANTED KNOWN.- At' Lennon's Drug Store you tan get Soda Water that is so delicious that it simply .'makes ycur mouth water" fot 'more. Abbott Street (next A. J. . Draper) A H J.Bulcock, Spence-stOairas. Hardware Merchant, Fall Stocks of Hardway Machinery, Oil Engine?, Fire- arms, Ammunition, Building Materials, Galvanised, Iron and Tools for all Trades, Household Utensils. PLAIN & FANCY WINDOW GLASS. LIME & CEMENT STOCKED. AGENT FOR-International Harvester Co., ol America. " -The Famous Sanders Disc Plow...
THE REASON WHY BR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES CURE INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, AND ALL STOMACH TROUBLES, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
TTIE REASON WHY BR. SHEL- DON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES .CURE INDIGESTION, DYSPEP- SIA, AND ALL STOMACH TROU- BLES, Is that they actually contain all of the natural digestahts ns found ir' o healthy stomach,* Unlike many so-called indigestion cures, these tabules are neither laxative or these tabules are neither laxative or ?cathartic, and do not act upon the bowels in any way for in indigestion or dyspepsia the whole trouble is¡ the stomach and not the bowels. Nb ono ever suffered from indigestion or dy- spepsia whose stomach was in a healthy conduion. When thc stomach .is out of order, do not go without food or irritate your stomach with cathartics, but take some natural dU; trcstant' which will ' dlpcst -what you eat, tluia assisting the stomach to- re pain its normal health and vigor.' Dr. - Sheldon's Digestive Tabunles is the digest all kinds of food.' Thesa tabu- les aro not a medicine which is .adver- tised to cure everything but a scienti- fic preparation,, prepared according to" ...
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. Intending visitors to thc Etheridge can - make arrangements for visiting tho various portions of thc field by wiring to William Crumb, Auctioneer Georgetown. Buggies can always be arranged for if orders are wired in advance. This obviates annoying de- lays which often occur when visitors reach Georgetown and find a diffi- culty in obtaining suitable and nrompt means of ' being conveyed to the outlying ' portions of the field. Mr. Cramb also supplies at short notice oil information required ve runlino minina invpRfnuints. ptr..
AN ABORIGINAL "SOCIAL." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
AN ABORIGINAL "SOCIAL." The aboriginals in the Graftomdis trir.t are progressing, to judge by n unique social gathering, at Lawrence recently, states the Sydney corres- pondent of the "Courier." It -was arranged by thc aboriginals -. of ¿. the, les; cord ia 1 ly .inyi ted. (Suplier.. prbvjdT' M." f A' native corroboree was aban-" doned in favour of. a waltz, lancers, rind schottische. (A piano provided the music, and a local caterer dis- pensed refreshments. Scvcrnl of thc bibras were robed in bright coloured silk-, and gay ribbons furnished their headgear. The ""social," which was a ¡,'reat success, did not terminate till daybreak. &lt;:
GREEN ANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
, GKEÉN.A2îTS4 Green ants arc generally regarded as an unmitigated nuisance, Jjut ac- cording to ¿ Port -Darwin house- keeper they have Jheir uses, j ias'-nuch as they esteem cochroaches a..c"u>nly and if they can bc enticed ti \uït a cupboard containing the latter ver- min, the ants will completely ' exter- minate the cochroaches in ' a few days, so it is said.
"NIGHT AND DAY." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
"NIGHT'AND DAV." j .Wc have, to acknowledge receipt of a copy of an interesting -little compi- lation entitled "Night and'" Day,"'.for October, being tho quarterly issue?, ot thc official organ ot Dr. Barriardo's homes (England). Tho current num- ber is chiefly demoted to a' resume ot the annual report, and to un i.lus tratcd account of thc 41st anniver- sary meeting. The facts supplied are distinctly striking. It is clear that die homes have still a great work to do, seeing that in ono year they re- claimed 2028 children at their oppn doors, and that the3' are admitting nine new cases every day. They have 8000 children under their care, of whom 1100 arc babies . and 1150 crippled, incurable, or defective. Small wonder that the King-of Den- mark, is recently reported to have said that Dr. -Rarnardo's homes form ed the most interesting sight in Lon- don. ;
LEPROSY IN NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
LEPROSY Ei "NEW CALEDONIA. Considerable excitement has been ?lái^.ímí..Koumea. 'by the publica *"tó?i^íá!;'Íe^tUjr' dated from, Yno'io. lt deals " with the increasing, preval- ence of leprosy iii New OaUfctnia, nnd some of the statei^t«^^~««i m "ÍS-j " - -1 ?'- "rn "i Vi- ii' " ur .*r'***'fT" the last 10 years he hus made a cure fui . ánd scientific study of this ter- rible scourge in the trench colony. Por 22 years he has been a resident of thc neighborhood of Ponerihoueu, where the disease has made fearful progress. For various reasons he has refrained from writing on the subject Out he now considers it his ,. duty to raise a cry of alarm in order to at- tract thc attention o£ .those itx charge of the public health, lie af, iirms that unless i>i'ccautionary mea sures be taken New Caledonia will soon become a vast Inzer house, lio frays that amongst some of thc na- tive tribes 75 per cont are lepers, uñd that they daily mix with tho colonists, .who are ignorant ..^ of thc danger...
LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
?LENNOX'S NEW DRUG STORE. ui&t mumu nonors came easy, it was a great month for Lennon's Now Drug Store. It was a royal dcnioin rtration and Utting dedication to the newest contribution to Cairns Drug Stores. I am proud of the popular public approval shown me last.month I and which I shall strive to main- tain, seeking day after day to make this a perfect Drug Store and one that will ever retain the good will and couiidence of the iwoplc. Thi merit of my drugs, chemicals, etc., is ever to be my claim for patronage and not the decrying quotations of impossible prices. D trust the asso- ciations' and friendship formed since my advent in tile held of Drug Store business may bc ever fastened with the cords of many years satisfactory relations. Mail your orders if you cannot vjsit my Drug Stove. A prize competition ticket given with every puschnse. Perspiring humanity relieved at my American Soda Fountain.: Telephone 124 :P.O. Dox, 124. Lennon, Chemist, Abbott St. (next A.- J. Dra...
CHURCH OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
CliüKWti Ol-OÛ-SiNG. " : JLast Sunday the 24th instant, saw Uio opening'ui Almaden s new church says the Unülugoe -.Standard." 'lho service was wen attended, .uio cougre gution joining heartily in singing unçl listening utceuuvely to the ad- dress given oy thc Kev. J. il.. Jina lels, wno conducted the service, lu the course oi his address, Mr. Dau . leis, remarked, tnat tho church' (wh ch is a very nice und comfortable little . building; was a credit to the people ol' Almuden, and he entreated hit, con gregatiooi to protect their church as much, ¡as possible because it wus theirs, anti he hoped that they would endeavor to bring friends along with them, and do ;thcir utmost ,to muk« .the House of God comfortable -and attractive us Christ waa ' worthy oi their best..
RADIUM FOR BREAKFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
KADlUai FOlt BREAKFAST, One or thu English cricketers, whu is credited with considerable powers us a raconteur, Wils a story about the performance oí u ? confiero iii a county match a few years aga. His fellow cricketer was ut that time a crack left-ann bowler, and might ¡have been still. On the particular occasion referred to his country had lo go into the field on the lost duy of a mutch against a strong batting side The player who tells the anec- dote says that when he called for the left-handed in the morning he found that he had had a merry night, and appeared then to be really unlit to go into the field, to say nothing oi leading od thc bowling. He however, persisted in going upon tho ground, and was put on first. Almost imme- diately he clean bowled one of tho best opposing batsmen-a well known profestionali who was consid BY TELEPHONE.-Just call up No* 124. Tell mc your, wants. I will get them to you in record time. Lennon, Chemist,
TROUBLE IN IRELAND. CATTLE DRIVING. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
TROUBLE IN IRELAND; ' CATTLE DRIVING. LONDON. Saturday. Tho ''''Time«" urges ¡tho prosecution of the Isish members ot the Eou.se of Commons for inciting cattlo¿¿lrivr ing, as, even if ¡the nrosecutionS'fail- ed, the Imperial Parliament would appreciate the significance'of the.long appeals by tile British electors", to insist on the application of the Cri- mes Act. Mr. Cherry, speaking at Dublin, said the Government' were giving trials by jury in Ireland tho best possible entrance« Mr.: Justico Wright referring .to the jury disagreeing in thc cattle cases in ¡ Dublin in the teeth of uncontradicted evidence, re- marked that it was useless ¡to. proceed with farcical trials, which were the most degrading experiences he had ever witnessed from the bench.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
Summer Season's Drapery & Clothing, 1907. OUR SECOND SHIPMENT Of SEASONABLE SUMMER GOODS is now to hand, and comprises, ' among many other choice goods, the following : ' Corsets', Laces, Embroideries, Richings, Ribbons, Flowers, Veilings, Umbrellas, White^and Dark Ground Cambrics, Pongees,-Lawns, Zephyrs, French Muslins, Apron Lawns (Tucked Skirt Lawns), Delainettes, Batistes; Cretonnes, Lace Curtains, Bengal Stripe Lace Hangings, Quilts, Sheetings, Table Linens, Mosquito Netsj Floor Cloths, Mattings, Mats, Towels, Table Linen, Dowlas, Glass Cloths, Canvas, Calicoes, Drills, Suitings, Calateas, American Leathers, Waterproof Sheetings, Valance Nets, &c. * BURNS, PHILP & CO., Limited; DRYDEN'S Famous Horse & Cattle Medicines. DRYDEN'S Gripe Drench for Water Gripes, Dry Gripes, and Inflammation. Directions: Shake the bottle well, then drench the Horsó or Cow in the . . " Mouth. This is considered an infallible Remedy. Every Farmer and Horse Owner . shou...
MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. LONDON, Saturday. Stolypin, tho Russian Premier, read to the Durna a Ministerial declara- tion, carefully avoiding the. word ' 'Constitution" and declaring Auto crary as the Supreme Power, and thut thc Czar would resort there- to whenever Russia's safety demand ucl it, instancing the electoral law of J upe 16th, and the present need for the further repression of the re- volutionary movement. The Russian newspapers severely comment on this declaration.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
"RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW." Preliminary Announcement. LIMITED. Grocers, Wine & Spirit Merchants, Produce Dealers, & Importers. .HAVING ACQUIRED THE OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS OP WALSH" & CO., CAIRNS, STANNARY HELLS, PORT . DOUGLAS AND MOSSMAN THE NEW ' . TN ANNOUNCING COMPANY HAVE PLEASURE THAT THE STOCKS IN THE VARIOUS BKPAKTMEOTS 'ABE BEING REPLENISHED BY DIRECT IMPORTATIONS NOW ARRIVING. 1 1 ^ THE NEW GOODS INCLUDE ALL THE SEASONABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE HOUSEHOLDER, THE HOTELKEEPER, TIIE MINER,-AND ' THE MILLIONAIRE. Specially attractive displays will bc made, and Customers of the Old Firm are invited ,to inspect the' Stocks" and continue their Patronage to the New Company. ORDERS WILL BE PROMPTLY: EXECUTED! SPECIAL 1 .. ATTENTION BEING PA]Jj TO COUNTRY CLIENTS. THE STOCKS INCLUDE GROCERIES, OILMEN'S STORES; : GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, WINES &' SPIRITS OF THE LEADING BRANDS. Supplies fdr the Festive Season Now Opening.? SOLICITING A ...
THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
THE TARIFF,. J D.uring thcdiscussion of the Ta- riff in the House of -Representatives recently. Mi-. Fuller remarked that.it was claimed that a merchant was ol-. ten handicapped by what was known as local prejudice. But it was well known, however, that tho prejudice was fast disappearing. Before thc Ta- riff Commission they had evidence írom the manufacturers that it was iast disappearing. They knew that all patriotic Australians were only too glad to uso the'Australian manu- facture if it was anything like vat to the mark. Mr, King O'Mallcy : ..Un- fortunately we have only a few pat- riotic ? Australians amonguille gild- ed roosters." Mr. Fuller,«¡'".We have a few, and I di, not, kno\jk whether my honorable friend who^talks so much about gilded" roosters'- is wearing a suit of Australian tweed to-night." Mr. King O'Malley ; "I am," - " . . . .
STRANGE FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907
STRANGE FORTUNE. " A strange, pioco of good" fortune bo fclrsbmoj Jfow; Plymouth-N.-Z.7) - resld-' ents recently." " A man took his wife's purse to a ' jeweller to have some part of it mended.'1 Tn a corner.-.pf the purse: the' jeweller found a pound note which he. returned.Vb its awner, who had been quito unaware that thc purse contained anything. The' note had most likely been lost a consider- i able time. The owner of the purse did not like to' offer thc jeweller a present, so it wás decided by tho hus- band that a 10s ticket should be ta 'ken in Tattersalls, and that his wife and " the jeweller's wife should divide any win that might result. Thc wiv- es, drew £50 each-from the sweep.