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READY FOR THE FRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
READY FOR THE ??FRAY./ The Xmas season fast approaches and already 'housewives are commen Jlüotrgtq^e^lc-a-roun»i;^,ior.i.ho>>aoliulUy Ur«pery»7 etc. -.; nils ..'is ' toe 'season : ot tho'year' when tho linen press is turn-. Lid inside out and jany deficiencies fcupplied. Fqr (the economical house- keeper there is not a better place to buy all her requirements than at Mayers Ltd,-"The House where qua ' lity counts." Messrs. Mayers are great believers in high grade goods, because they give .greater satisfaction ;to the buyer at all times. This com- bined with their famous low prices ia sending business ahead by leaps and bounds, therefore Luy all .yot-r require mcnts at Mayers Ltd. Lace Curtains (Special (Xmas Prices), 3/(i, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, K/ö, 7/6, 8/11, to25/ per pair. Table ¡Damasks 1/-, 1/3, 1/(5, 1/9, 2/3- 2/6, 2/11, to 5/6 pel yard. «White pr Unbleached Table Centres, D'Oyioys, Sideboard Cloths, »tc,, at lpwest prices in town. Spe- cial value,-White Damask Hcmstieh ed ...
PETITION FOR REPRIEVE. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
PETITION FOR REPRIEVE. BRISBANE, Thursday. ~ The friends of August Millicwaki, who has been scnctcnced to death for. the murder of an Indian in the Xan ago district, petitioned tho Gown-. mont to .reconsider the' decisión of the Executive ;to permit the law, to take Its course. The Premier, on tre- ing secnf last night, stated /that the petition had been considered, but it contained nothing that would justify any interference with thc decision of the E&ecutivsy
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. , Intending visitors to the Etheridge con make arrangements for visiting the various portions of the field by wiring to William Cramb, 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 prompt means of being conveyed to the outlying portions of the field. Mr. Cramb also supplies at short notice all information required re- garding: minina: investments, etc«
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
FURNITURE Best Quality ! Newest Designs ! Lowest Prices ! BEDSTEADS. In endless designs, ; either 'Pour poster or Half Tester, 4ft. Oin., 3ft. 6in., 3ft., and 2ft. 6in. MATTRESSES. Of every size, either in wirer Kapoc or Fibre. My new premises, 33ft. by 160ft., .^are' fully stocked with every re- quisite necessary for a well furnished house. SILKY OAK, CEDAR AND PINE Bedroom Suites, Wardrobes, Chests of Drawers, Duchess Chests, Toilet Tablesi Washstands, and Side- boards. STRAW SUITES. The. very latest for the-Tropica. BAMBOO AND PITH SUITES, WICKER WARE. RATTAN CHAIRS AND LOUNGES. My selection is good. Inspect for yourself. BAMBOO BLINDS : In ali sizes. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE : At Bedrock prices. TOILET SETS.-A Speciality. LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS & RUGS. Write for Quotations. KITCHEN WARE, ENAMEL WARE. TUBS. BUCKETS & BRUSHWARB. STOVES. CUTLERY and E.P. WARE. SADDLERY & HARNESS. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, stocked when procurable. DISCOUNT, given off current prices f...
GOOD GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
GOOD GIFTS. Possibly no other, business man in this town is more desirous oí satis- fying his customers than George Hi ossa g. of. thc. Sydney Oyster Sal- oon, loi- «utditjän tb eivlh'g :'"mx traordinary «ood value in,Ice Creams Soft Drinks, Fruit and '"Confection- ery, is, as previously announced, go- ing to give away a Duchess Chest, 8-Dny 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 Ice Cream for 6d. Politics and Nqrfolk Suits, holland skirts and holland'trousers, pastern, goods and pyjama hats are still sell- ing at G. Lisha's establishment, which I claim tp bp the Cheapest Storp ju .North Queensland. Alsp I beg tp VP quest thc public of Cairns and sur- rounding dustrip'ts tp read our prices very carefully:-4Q0 holiand skirts, the latest made jph, 2/11 each; 250 Norfolk stripod holland Suits, p/l I each-all sizes; 150 Assam silk trou- sers at 6/11 each; SOO pairs khakeo trousers at 3/...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Ladies, Buy at Sydney Prices. THE NEW SOUTH WALES SHOP- PING AGENT will nut a? agent fer you and purchase any goods ypu' need exactly as you would dp your- self- ' ........ We purchase goods at the lowest Sydney prices and employ an expert staff of ladies to do our buying. There is na charge whatever for dp ing ypur shipping and wp furnish you with the origjuul receipt for pacfr article. In many cases there wiU bo no churgp for. pogtago or freight on the purchases, Of course, we do shopping fpr gejt tlemen. as well, and will buy any- thing for them from a tie to a mow- ing machine. For references you may refer to the following :-Messrs Beard Watson, Ltd.; 361 George Street, Sydney'; Queensland National Bank. For further information please write to ¡the Manager, New South Wales Shopping Agency, Government Savings' Bank Chambers, Mopre gt., Sydney. '
MPDERN CRUSOES. SEVEN MONTHS ON AN ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
MPDERN CRUSOES. SEVEN MONTHS ON AN1 ISLAND Fifteen survivors from thc wreck of the barque Dundonald have returned to civilisation ¡after 'spending seven months ' on Disappointment Island, one of thd buckland group. Their ship was driven ashore stern first on a high rocky coast. Twelve of the crew, including thc captain and his son, were at once swept away and frowned, but- the others with thc Kroatost dlfflciilty mann Rod to--, climl,. tho precipitólas ' rocks, and there- they found. a subsistence : on, younR . non birds, native plants, and seals. They made a frail bont from ennvas and vines, sewing the canvas with needles made from thc bones of sea-birds. Iii this craft, only 7 feet long, three of them put to sea to reach the relief station Sn thc main Auckland Is- lands, five miles distant'. Once they had to put back,' bill a second at- tempt succeeded, and eventually they made their way through dense scrub across thc island to thc relief station where a thoughtful Government had ...
AN EPIDEMIC OF FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
AN J3PÎDEMÏG" OF FIRES. The proverb that misfortune never comes singly must have been ovolvo.l from thc experience of mankind rela- tive to fires. The past week has fur- nished . a remarkable illustration of the truth of thc adage. On Monday morning we bad. vivid, accounts of disastrous -. conflagrations \ at (both : 3Iclbournc anti Longreach, sañ,d' » sihco* then, St. George has kept up appear- ances with what was a very respect- able Jiro for a small township. The loss at longreach, from the destruc- tion of 166 yards of frontage to the mam street' is said to ¡amount to £40,001»; and this was thc third big fire within ten years. Indeed, wc arc told by thc, guileless "-reporter that "all thc premises burnt had been pre- viously destroyed in thc fires of 1838 or 1902." No wonder the Council ari arranging to construct fire bréalas in the form of brick walls at certain in- tervals; and tho experiment, if suc- cessful, ought to bc copied in muny oi our provincial ¡towns, where thc risk...
Our Metropolitan Letter. (From Our Correspondent). BRISBANE, Dec. 6th. THE POLITICAL OUTLOOff[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Our Metropolitan Letter. (From)-Our Corresppndent). BRISBANE, Dec. 6th.' THE POLITICAL OUTLOOffl. .Leaders of the three political par- ties are steadily preparing for thc general election. Candidates are re- ceiving endorsement, differences . are being adjusted, and thc weak places licarched out. Mr. Philp's friends are hopeful, but they will not take any- thing for granted. They will fight every inch of the ground; and if they nehieve the Premier's expectations of winning sixteen seats from the foe, without anyvmaterial losses on their own side, they will have every reason to be satisfied. Thc Labour manifes- to was mentioned in last week's let- ter, but so far neither Philp nor Kid- ston have made any sign. Personally 1 think the Premier means to wort: a little bit of a surprise on friends and enemies alike; and when he thinks the moment opportune, he will bring out his address to the electors sonic fine morning, "without notice." Judging from the personnel of the present Cabinet,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Opening of Christmas Novelties J '. Suitable For Presentation Purposes, Now Complete. BURNS, PHILP & COMPANY, LTD., Are now showing a large variety of the above goods, specially suitable tor the season of the year,'and now invite inspection ot same. fV' The following departments will also present features ot special interest to purchasers ; % at this festive season : The BOOT Department : Replete with English, American and Continental specialities The MILLINERY Dapartment : Displays some of the finest models produced. The CLOTHING and GENTLEMEN'S Department shows a capital range of Rummer Clothing, high-class Ti ats; Meritella Pyjama Suits, Silk Handkerchiefs, French Neglige Shirts, Embroidered Socks, Ties, Uuderwear/&c., &c. rr
LYNE'S IMMACULATE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Iff.NE'S IMMACULATE TARIFF. Further tariff alterations of an ex- tensive character have again to he reported. Hut good . progress has been made, and it looks as if the Rcpresentuth es will manage to got through the schedule before going home for thoir Christmas hnlidnys. Amongst Ihe most important changes aro the remission pf duty on kerosene which will now be admitted duty free, and the reduction of the chai ge cn empty bottles, an impost which was found to ,bc most injurious to trude. Graphite and plumbago have been removed from the free Hst opd made dutiable at QQ per cent, ad va- lorem), because spmcono discovered thjit tjiere are mines in South Aus- tralis: Imf no information seems to have been available us to tho highly important deposits at Mont Hftjipje in this State. Substantial reductions .have been made in the duty on painss and colours, and liquid removers of jmint anil vnrniib, formerly dutiable nj. li> r>*-r c'-'nt- have been made 5 per pe:jt. and (preference) fr...
A KIDSTON AND LABOUR COMBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
A.KIDSTON AND LABOUR COMBINE. The question is still being asked, How far ¡will Kidston , and Labour sections ' work together in : the clcc 'tion contest? Can they agree to a self-denying ordinance which will pre- vent "clashing?"' Thc indications are that in a J certain number of cases they will. ' But there will _ be excepi tions-perhaps many of fthem. Thc "Worker" emphasises the absoluto freedom of the W.P.O. in every elec- torate lo adopt its- own course, un- fettered by iany influence from thc Central Political Executive; and this is in harmony iwjth thc message sent by Secretary Hir.chcliffc to thc Union organiser in fMr. iHcrr's electorate. '"Absolutely ( no arrangement with Kidstonites. Party goes free and un- fettered," Bead at Barcaldine, that is an'invitation to let tho dog lops« on Kerr; and^that is thc spirit of thu finbour .-jorgan's wiirning to those having leanings! towards Kidston sup- porters not to forget that - in that gentleman's party arc to bo found '.'all the ...
THE NATIVE REVOLT. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
THE NATIVE REVOLT. LONDON, Wednesday. The South African natives who re .voltod at the Vorspoed mine, Orange Colony, were o%Tertakcn by the police, who. escorted,' them to Kronstad, where the ringleaders were fined £50 or six months. Two.hundred others were fined 10s.each, or a fortnight's, im-, prisonment. It transpired that the trouble ori- ginated in the arrest of a natiye.
THE ZULU RISING. QUICKLY QUELLED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
THE ZDLU RISING. QUICKLY QUELLED. LONDON, Wednesday. Although 200 of Dinizulu's immed- iate followers hare come in, Manfcul mona, tho chief induna, and other headsmen arc awaiting events. î?ï«r*Ia,^Tojtpe&lt;ft&lt;9cl thnf plnnsMlu^wm - undergo a criminal trial in thp Sup- reme Court on a charge of inciting rebellion.' The Government believe that thc mobilisation of troops averted a col- lision, as the natives intended to re- sist Dinizulu's arrest by the police alone. Though lt is believed that the most 'critical stage is ovtr, th« tFPPPs in- tend to throughly inspect f3»itw's kraal and to visit tho kraals of other susnected chiefs. The rapidity of the mobilisation amazed the natives, hundreds ofwhom Jaw Din I zu lu escorted to Natal by thc Polios y iib bayonets. The prisoner will upfienr af. Jiopganija be- fore Col. MacKenzie. The lottxT. nftcr a privóle intervù». %ith' Dinl/ulu, sternly addressed thu natives and local chiefs, declaring as follows:-"Thc Government ...
AMBULANCE MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
AMBULANCE MATTERS&lt; Tho steady advance in the town ol Cairns during the past year or so has had a marked effect on the Am- bulance Brigade and where 60 calls a month were once received, thero are now 120 cases demanding ¡the at- tention of the Superintendent, and being without a paid assistant, his energies are naturally taxed to thc utmost. .Several visitors to Cairns during the past few months, who take an interest in brigado matters, havu expressed surprise that itho j committee of the Cairns centre have not fallen into Hue with southern cLties and obtained a sulky for quick turn outs. At present thc Supcrin I pendent (Mr. Hcgan) is forced to run with thc litter to tho 6cenc of thc accident, and hasty travelling on foot during thc present summer heat is certainly not conducive to a state of being able to render thc best pos- sible aid to a patient. The sugges- tion of a sulky is a good one and it is hoped more will be heard of tho mat- ter in the near future. It may bc ...