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Adelaide Steamship Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

Adelaide Steamship Co.- ., . Yongala from Cairns toi Melbourne vin ports Ieit here yesterday . and ar- rived at Townsville - to-daj'. . WoHowra . from ? Melbourne to. ? .Cairnsvia ports is due here on Sunday next.. ' .

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LANDS GAZETTED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

] " ' LANDS GAZETTED:^- ?] .- .'.'-BRISBANE; AVédnesday. ; I The following! areas- are to bo' I thrown cpen lor "selection as agricul- tural farms.' AtA'thcrton on-Janu ary 17th, 32 portions in tho parish of Danbulla, - areas up to 200 acres up to £.2/13/4 per acre to bc reser- ved until January 81st for thc Boar Pocket groups. The maximum area allowed to be selected by one person as a grazing farm in thc Townsville district has boen increased ircm 20,000 to dO.OOO acres. . . . Thc Mourilyan'Land Agent's dis- trict is now to bo known as tho Ger- aldton Land Agent's district. ? ??>? . Thc following reserves haw boen proclaimed-:-Oric>and-o.^haUvacros >al I Mungana for police purposes. ~. Four- teen acres at Cairns Xor-., tramway purposes. * _._ /L, , ? ;

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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THE CLONCURRY LINE. WASHED AWAY. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

: THE CLONCURRY LINE. WASHED AWAY. . .... TlRTSTl Wpdnnfirtav. Thc Commissioner for Railways to- day 'received - from. Mr. W. Paean, Chief Engineer, who is now inspecting the Cloncurry lino, a message stat- ing'that heavy rains have, fallen in thc North, and that all tho creek de- viations of the- lino between 182 miles and 23d miles have been wash- ed out,; excepting those at? Holy Joe and Fullarton. From 212 miles on- ward every deviation has been wash- ed- away, including- that at : thc ? Wil- liams River. In ono length of 10 miles there aro fourteen breaks. ? Mr. Pagan is directing his atten- tion to repairs, which will (take , some time?; ,¡,¡ ?**. '. ? . ?

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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TRAIN ACCIDENT. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

; THAIN ACCIDENT. ' - *. BRISBANE,- Wednesday. ; Thc early train from Wynnum this morning was approaching Jloorarec when one of'the' .driving Tods snapped and revolving with great speed-shat- tered most "of the small fittings- on the affected side of thc engine. Thc fireman was injured slightly, hut thc train was brought to a standstill be- fore any'serious damage was-done;

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IMPROVING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

-' " IJIPHOVIXG: ". On. inquiry yesterday, it-was learn- ed that. Mrs." "William. Melvin,-, who met with the .serious, accident near i Kamerunga! IStace ''Nursery on Mon- day.-afternoon, and is now.:an inmate or St. Margaret's, private hospital, was steadily improving, although it was not anticipated she would he able to quit thc institution for some time to come. y ; '

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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The State Elections. Latest Developments. ROCKHAMPTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

the State El actions. Latest Developments. -.-vROCKHÁin.-TON,' Wednesday.; ' .Mr." G> D. Connors' chances oí suc- cess in North Rockhampton, which he' is contesting in thc Government 'in- terest, are considered excellent. A . meeting.' oí the : Rockhampton ' branch of the National Liberal' Lea- gue last, night passed a resolution np - proving ; of the action of thc Gover- nor, in dissolving Parliament.'A.; committee was formed ''to* assist' tlw_ return of the Government candidates. : -..;,"j BRISBANE', Wddncsday. ' A.,meeting pf Mr. Blocksidgo's com- mittee. . \yas held at the' Alliance Hall, Woolloongabba last . night. Among those present were 'the- Prem- ier (Mr. Philp) the Homo Secretary '.Mr. Benham) and' tho ! 'Minister for Lands (Mr. Barnes). Mr. Philp,'in the course of a few remarks, said ona plank in tho policy "of "thc Govern- ment would lie ant olcctivp Upper House, as he felt that7 the present. basis of .representation'inthat Cham- ber 'could .not ' be' continued. ,. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

BRAND & DRYBROUGH, CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuilders andf Boatb.uildérs, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths., UM ^\ ~~ PATENT. SLIP. ; PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS ami ESTIMATES <^ i Boats-Slipped up to 500 Tons.:?;. ; for every class'of worky ? >i I - MINING MACHINERY.-Stamper Batteries, Bcrditn->Pans,fShoes, Dies, Cams, &c. - : j i"; SU,G>VRv MACHINERY.-Vacuum Pans, Triple Effects, Coolers, Tanks, etc.- . . . i ,- ,.'- - . , . * WELL-BORING PLANTS.-Digiistors, Cleaners, Coolers, Scaldcrs, etc. Meat Preserving Plants. | FOUNDRY WORK.-Castings in Iron cr Brass of all descriptions. > <,.,.-._ i STATION REQUISITES.-Sheep an<T Cattle Tro ughing. Sluice A'alves for Dams, etc. " : ? ? REFRIGERATING PLANT. . . .'. ( . ^ :>:-r, . AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes; large stock on hand. Also Piping ? . ? ?.' and Boiler Tubes, etc. . ..... .? / -, . .? ; i -'.v...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

H J.Bulcock, Spence-stCaiTíS. Hardware Merchant, Fall Stocks of Hardway Idachinery, Oil Engines, Fire- arms, Ammunition, Building Mataríais, Galvanised Iron and Tools for ali Trade3, Housshold Utensils'. . PLAIN & FANCY WINDOW GLASS. LIME & CEMENT STOCKED. AGENT FOB-International Harvester Co., of America; - : " " -The .Famous Sanders Disc Plow, and all Agricultural' Implements. . . . AGENT-THE LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COM ? - . '; ' PANY. Country Customers* Orders Promptly Supplied at Lowest Current Rates H. J. FINNEY, ISLES & Co., . ' LIMITED. - "THE BIG BLOCK" .' " ' . ' BRISBANE. ' ? v " i And at Maryborough . (Q.) ; Murwillumbah (N. S. W.) and London. Have opened at th eir Sample Room, SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, Á FULL RANGE OF THE CHOICEST SAMPLES OF Spring and Summer Dress Goods and Suitings, Household Drapery, Etc. Full range of Sam- ples and Furnishing Lists posted on application. A. L. PAXTON,' Hairdresser, Tobacconist & Fancy Goods ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

; : : MIS CELLAR Y.. . . Thc -Wife's ? Secret.-Her opinion of her husbands - i'ii? ti« ,L i. r .« The ^ -Rule . of Three.-Living^ with your . wife, your mother, and "your mother-in-luw. ^ ' ; : . . :- ;. i ,. > , ' Autres Temps/ les Meines Moeurs.?^ In-thc-i- oíd Oreek.,alphabet ... koppa came' after pi; . and,in-late..English times the-policeman still courts tho cook.-'.' Punch." J - , .-. . .. . » tl . .-.v.-. A Clearer Vision.-Tom-"- It was a case of love at first sißht with mc." Jack-" Then why didn't you marry her ?". Tom-"" I'saw -her again on several occasions." . " ?*, ? ? . ' ' * * * » «.-i,:' - A Misogamist.-'i' Ah;"--sighed a romantic . spinster," " none! but - the brave deservus the'fair !" "Humph," wus thc bachelor's ? grim ? ' retort ; ; "- none but thc brave could - live with some of fthemi!" A Vivid' Imagination-Young Hus- i (.andr-" My dear Jemima, I must say that ithis pudding tastes wry j bad." ' Wife-1-''' All your imagination ; dear. The cookery book says tha...

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BIG THINGS IN CHRISTMAS TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

BIG THINGS"''IN CHRISTMAS " .' ' TREES, " ' Thc earliest and niost elaborate I Christmas trees belong to China.' As long as 247 B.Ç,, a tree with hun- dred lamps and flowers was ."placed in ' thc steps of the audience, hall. This appears in thc records of Princess Yan , who '.lived :\7VSfti& A.tt, and who caused'.^ a :'" 100 lánip tree, ¡ eighty feet high -to b.: erected 7 pn 7 a mountain., ''li was light«! during New Year hight, and thc illumination was seen for hun-f drcds of .'miles, eclipsing, so the' Chinese historians say, tho light of the; mcoä. The biggest private Christmas tree ever seen in England was one which thc Düte of Norfolk gave so long ago as 1848. . It was no less , than 70 feet high, and wad made of a single fur tree. It weigh- ed nearly fpur tons, and bore on; its branches presents for (the (tenantry, to thc value of £4500. The biggest of which any record exists was seen at thc Crystal Palace in 1878. This ïiant stood 120 feet from ground tb summit, but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

- ''The whole of tho ¡Christian world will shortly bo¡ -i; extending ; the hand'of friendship, peace and good iii X X K K K K K X X X X X X' X JA X K IC X K K K X X X X'.' X X X X. X X K K K K K K X K K X K K K X S -?- will.and wishtog fall; andimdry : , ^ 1- THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. . ' The giving and receiving of appropriate and Sea sonable GÛts/wlÙ.'bè tho order of ; the « day, and / - to those seekers after tho new-the beautiful-the . \ ' ---.?' infexp]en8ivjs-and useful, , our present complete , ' --^showing of. Chr stmasT Gifts will como as á rovc ;^.yi";i;'j:'i:'; $v>':x.\^;y ..yi ;::,;ILIÍ.Í ;; ú -E lation ; of i-completeness. . - eWe say. truthfully'-that ¿ we'have never; before* Î ¿i, .WK - * . ':.?'??. ii J % f. ? t_ '1Í-J' Ci viii: ---r-r-' opened '.up "sa(&Teafqtrlsi t"""Jewellery" Goods ^ ...,-rr¡j,The¡whole oliöur=Shöw*Cáses'and 'Window's ' " ? -. * /, - 4 --T--^. simply scintillate with Bright and New . ' (-!>.-;J.-j,-fii!'!-! ? .j> ?! .&am...

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THE WYANDRA'S LIST. TOWNSVILLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907

THE WYANDRA'S LIST.       TOWNSVILLE, Wednesday. The following passengers left by. the Wyandra to-night for the North:   Mesdames Kögers, McCowan, Town- ley, Broadley, Roberts and child, Hdghes and child, Hansen, Byrnes, Templeton, Lyrcr and son. Mortimer, Asuaris, Wilson, Bowman, Weir, Le Vaux, .Prewett and 2 children. Tell-; .Misses, Markham (2), Welsh, Thom Ason.""A.-. Bch, Byrnes,- Templeton, Lee .-Mortimnr:: Ad Kins ; Messrs Johnson,--:Friii»co,--=Mttrw-¿ ham, Templeton, Barnett, Rogers, oWeir, M. Rogers, C. Rogers, Broadley ; Hanson',-': Hughes,- Bowman, Weir, - Le Vaux, Ramsay, Arthur, Lyons, Doug- las, Hannaford, Wood, Sampson, Ja- cobs, Thallon,!: Enright, Williams, Troedel, ; Masters,; Kortman andvMc Cowan, and' 30 in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

DEflFHESS Hud Noises, Discliargin),' Kars, and all duffs" of thfi car permanently cured at your own hom* br pure Natural Aural Kinetics. No Medicine. No Electricity, Ijufc Nature's own treatment, »ale and effective, endorsed by Ilia lifebelt Medical Authori tlei. Call or write for full FRKK particular», Tb* 'FjUtOSCOK ' Co.,90P¡ttSt.,Srter, N.S.W.

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FREE EVERY MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

FREE EVERY MONTH", Every day in the month, until fur- ther notice I will give a numbered ticket with every purchase made at my Drug- Store, which will entitle the holder to a chance of gaining a val- uable gift. December prizes are: 1st, Set carvers ; 2nd, Cruet ; 3rd, Jam Dish, Winning numbers in lo p.ul papers and in window first day of each month. Winning numbers, November competition :-1st, 5135 \ 2nd, 50541; 3rd, 1469. (Drawn by W. Barnwell, Es-j.). Lennon, Chem- ist (By examination), Abbott St. (next Draper's), Cairns.

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The Rifle. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

The Rifle. ragàlhsVa\:teôrbctïon tèam 'ôn tho^làt-* tor's range last wcota. The '/Bankers' scored a win by 17 points, their totai being 667, and Herberton 650, The 'following are the <Irvinebank; aggregates:-J. Murrane 91, I\ Mur rano 83, AV. Kiernan, 85, J. "Venables l 87, W. Warner 84, Marsh 81, Speed 77, Keys 74. The Herberton totals" ai-e not to hand. At the last Chillngoo shoot at the D.C.L. ranges, 21 members shot.-only two .. reaching n big score-Barr 94, und AViltshire 90. It was expected that high scoring would result", but .tho shooting, was'very disappointing.

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The Spaniards' Case Evidence for the Defence. Defendants Convicted. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

The Spaniards' Casi Evidence for the Defence. Defendants Convicted. Tlie case in which six Spaniards are charged with - deserting their hired .service at the Hambledon Mill was continued in the police court ¿yester- day morning, before Mr. P. G. Grant, P.M. "Mr. A. J. P. MacDonnell ap- peared for the prosecution and Mr. Hartley for tho defence. Tho P.M. stated that he had been able to secure the services of Mr. Franco from Townsville as interpre- ter. The case for the prosecution having been closed, the defendant Bot?y en- tered the., ¡witness box and, deposed that he worked for tho ~ Hambledon Company, j Tho reason, he left was that the accommodation was ppor, and it was stipulated in tlnj.contract that the housing provided Avould be good. No plates or sppons were giv- en him, and he spokp to Mr. Abbott about it.- - ... Dy Mr. MacDonnell^When ho com- plained to 'Mr. Abbott the latter siui that_ l-jnovcs una lorKs -w, aro ,to /Lo pror to 'witness. - ?'V ^vi::'^1^^'^ This closed the ...

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A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. Is Br. Sheldon's New Discovery, tho well-known remedy lor all Chest and Lung trouble's ls 6d and 3s j>er bot- tle. Obtainable at all Chemists and storekeepers. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA, TION for RHEUMATISM^

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CREW ATTACKED BY CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

CHEW ATTACKED BY CHINESE. About -100 Chinese attacked tho crew of the English steamship Wool- wich, lying in dock at Santa Cruz, Mexico, in October, because thc sani- tary } officers detained 200 of their countrymen aboard the ship for rea- sons of health. The mob stormed the vessel, and fought fiercely with the sailors in order to release the China- men, who were confined upon the, low er deck. The Orientals were driving the crew before them by slicer forte of numbers, when tbë gendarmes and troops who hud been called out by Hie city ofTicialâ, made a hasty,at- tack upon the marauders and drove them.off. Several of the crew on the Woolwichj ,wcre dnngorpusly injured. Troops guarded thp vessel, as it was feared thc Chinamen wo$d return to the attack. - Mr Hvmlman, in offending social- ism from tho charge of encouraging laziness, remarks that none of thc - socialistic or communistic ¡expon-, mcnts tried in tho past failed owim to reluctance to work. They did all fail, however, and wh...

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COAL REBATE. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

COAL REBATE. BRISBANE, Thursday. . The decision of the Government to continue ¡ the rebate on bunker coal shipped at Brisbane to the . end of next year has received Executive ap- proval.

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FLIES AND HORSES. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907

FLIES AND HORSES. BRISBANE, Thursday. The Government» pxperts, Messrs. Tryon and Ducker, who have been in- specting stock in the ¿Beenleigh; anti Tallebudgera/ disericts, sports that .a species of - fly is causing serious losses among horses.

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