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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 18 November 1897

More Exporaras of Quack Medicine». BEECAAM'S PILLS. Brisbane. Figaro in ila excellent series of ai tides on the fraudulent patent medicine« which have bad such large sales thus deals with BaechauTa Pilla:- " I "Once upon a time it waa a joke of I th4« press to speak of Grandmother Courier's palatial pile of buildings as "the white elephant" and 'of that journal's (waste-|uiper basket as "the elephant'« trawk," Henceforth, I think it would be equally lappropriate to refer to the old Inly as the "Pink Pills Paffer" or "P.li People'* Pen north." Will it be believed that last Saturday the leading paper of Queens- land devoted one and a half of its "independent" pages to meretricious, mendacious pulling of Wiliiam'a Pale Pink Pill»? The Courier^ knows aa well as Figaro koowa that these boasted pílales are only the merest bogus rabfcjsh. ,The country press-that ¡-:- ?--^H j"> .1 section of it ¡itjeast Ui;it,will, not lend I itself io belauding t)i?"".,loes sugar and cai mine" linml.ug-...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hodgkinson District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 18 November 1897

Hodgkinson District Hospital. The usual monthly meeting of the Committee of Management of the Hodgkinson District Hospital was held in the Divisional Hall on Ttiesdiy, November 2nd. Members present : Mewus. Gielis (Vice-Prcsidc-it in the chalti, Grainer, Nicholls, Grogan, Ogg and Mm phy. The minnies of the pri'v ions menting were confit med on the in it i ni of Mi Nicholl'4, aeionded hy .Vi D.illy. Tim correspondence being lead, the inward was received and the outward adopted on the motion of Mr Grainer, seconded by Mi Null' Us Circulars fwerc leceived fiom the Committees of Management of the Caima, St. Geoige, Bo der (IJOOIKII windi) Hospitals with refeience to tiri Home Secietiiy ciicul.u d it.'ii th" 1 lib. of September, und probating «gainst the proposed reduction of endowment contained therein, mid requesting the Committee's Co-o(iei ition in ide matter by asking the menibei for the district to join with otheis in pu test. ing against the pi op «ed change. Mr Duffy moved tli.it...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 18 November 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES. Owing to the demand made upon our space by the detailed account of the Q.ivT. Bank Com- mittee report which was received by telegraph last nicht, a lot of local news was cr0W(JeJ out oí this issue. We hope that wlicrc icicrcnce to local events has been left out, our readers and business clients will accept this explana- tion. C.A.T.S. theatrical performance in the Hall to-morrow night. Bo\ plan nearly full ; a crowded bouse a certainty, and a big sur- prise for those not behind the scenes. The new scenery, painted by Messrs A. Hansen and A. F. Hunt, is something that would take a column to describe. Those who attend will get a surprise when the curtain rises. Mulgrave Jockey Club races on Boxing Day, Added money 60 sovs. Since it was decided to enter into an agree- ment for the crushing of the Aloomba cane at Hambledon, there has been increased and steady inquiries for Aloomba land, and ad- ditional areas arc being leased every week. Messrs Alf and Kricker, the co...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Nov. 18, 1897. THE GEORGETOWN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 18 November 1897

"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Tiranda? Koala?, »or. l8,1887. THE GEORGETOWN LINE. The Morning Post does not pan out on the prophets half a grain to the dish, but at times a peculiar situation or combination of circumstances re- calls to mind a passage of scripture which appeals to the editorial mind as an apt and forceful summing up of the position. After reading the reports of the railway meetings held recently in, Normanton, Croydon and George- town, the scriptural quotation which reiterates itself in such a fashion as to claim attention is "And they go about poking their tongues at him, saying, ' pish, tush, the Lord is not with thee." ' Whether this passage occurs in Genesis or Revelations, is a question which the Post leaves to the Biblical student, but for practical pur posess, we can apply the "they" to Nor- manton, Croydon and Georgetown and the " him " to Cairns. Certainly so far as the Cairns cum Georgetown Railway is concerned, the Lo...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 18 November 1897

Deaths. MACNISH- On Monday, 15th November 1897, SIBYL MAUD CHRISTINA,   only daughter of HARVEY LESLIE, and ALICIA HENRIETTA MACNISH, aged 8 months.

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Mount Graham Coffee Plantation. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 18 November 1897

Mount Graham Coffee Plantation. During a visit paid to the Lower Russell district by a representative of the "Morning Post," the opportunity   of a visit to Mr W. R. Lewis' famous Mount Graham Plantation was readily seized. Mr Lewis may be regarded as   the pioneer coffee planter of the Cairns   district, and having made a thorough commercial success of his enterprise,   those who have followed in his foot-   steps and have planted coffee, naturally look to his experience and method of | cultivation with keen interest. The history of the manner in which Mr   Lewis first became interested in coffee culture should prove interesting. Some fifteen years ago, Mr Lewis was in Mackay, where an Indian native put in a small patch of coffee, and as this man was supposed to be a coffee expert, his experiment was closely watched by Mr Lewis. Some little time afterwards circumstances prompted the owner of Mt. Graham Pl...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cow-pea. EQUAL TO 4 CWT. OF SULPHATE OF AMMONIA. OR 8 CWT. OF DRIED BLOOD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

The Cow-pea. EQUAL TO 4 CWT. OE SUL- PHATE OF AMMONIA. OR 8 CWT. OF DRIED BLOOD MANURE. . Much has bten written in praise of the properties of the cow-pea, both as a foddei: and a raauure, but, not om; half of its merits have been so far ru. vealed. As a crop it will do well on any soil, even on very poor soil it will thrive with but very .little attention, and a modicum of manure. A sundy soil, however, is preferred by all the leguminous fumily, which embraces the iiea, bean, lupin, lucerne, ; clover, vetches, etc. As it is in the light of a manure that we wish to treat this subject, we will say little"of its excel lent properties when used as a food for stock. To show the high estimate in which this family is justly held I when used as a green manure, thc following flguies ate availed of : In a crop of 30 bushels of l<eans there are .2,0001bs of grain, and 2,2001bs of straw, which contains 891bsof nitio¿en, , GTllis potash, and 29lhs phosphoric I acid. A crop of red clo...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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TUESDAY. (Before J. M. Forbes and H. Morris J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

TUESDAY. (Before J. M. F orbes and H. Morris JJ-PQ IVright, a Kanaka, was charged on remand with assault, inflicting grevious bodily harm. .Mr E. A. Milford appeared for the accused. John Zatt deposed : lama laborer and lire at Nelson. I know accused. On .Sunday, "th November inst, about t a.m. I was com- ing home to my camp from O'Hara's Hotel. I was alone. Accused came up to me and said " Where are you going." I said " I go home." I also said " What líame you." Another boy came up and raised a stick and struck me on the head, saying " You white b-." Accused then started hitting me with a stick about 15 to |8 inches.long. He struck me about the bead and shoulders and prodded me with the stick in the throat ; one of my ribs was broken. I dropped down and sang out at the top of my voice, '. Hey, hey, murder." Constable Maher then came up with, a lot of people. The boys then ran away-I made a complaint to the constable. On Sunday the same day, about three in the afternoon, the constab...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

THE WIFE'S WELFÂBE~ï^ teach you more than all the years you've lived. Every yoma» should read it. Write PROF. HEEHAW, French Specialist, 41 Collingsplace, Melbourne. ? ' > ' KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA - ha* been tried and- acquitted of con- taining any properties injurious to digestion. BURNS, PHILP & COT., Ltd., Agents. tfllllC Uti-Write Jo ma for ValuaMe I (JURO IR LR i Fass BOOK concerning your« selves. PsorEstos HKSNA*, SpociahV, 41 Collins Piaco, Mclhourne.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24th. (Before Mr. H. Morris, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24th. : (Before Mr. H. Morris, J.P.) Simon (Kanaka) pleaded guilty io drunk- enness and was fined 3s, in defanlt 21 hoon in the cells. Same prisoner for using obscene language wai fined 10a or 48 hours in the cell».

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed, " Friction has arisen between Mel bourne, and Adelaide Cricket Authori- ties regarding the appointment [of the members of the Selection Committee appointed to pick teams in the test matches. Adelaide ' bas not boen allowed au opportunity of appointing a ..selection. .--^...';>r, ^-i^v".;'^-^'"

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. November 18-Cintra, s., Captain J. E. Batcher, from Southern porte. Passengers: Mrs Johnston, and S children; Messrs Mackey, Callaghan Walsh, G. M. Newman, Tait, Irvine, \Vm. Lennon,'and 8 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. November IS.-Palmer, s., Captain A. J. Clark, for Townsville, via ports. Burns, Philp & Co., agents. November IS.-Karawcera, 8., Captain J. Sinclair, from Southern ports. J. G. Fearnley, agent. - November 19. -Barrabool, s , Captain W. Ji Evans, from Southern ports, Walsh & Co., agents. November 20.-Cintra, s, Captain J. E. Batcher, from Cooktown. Passengers: Mesdames Short and child, Barton and child; Messrs Keating, Barton, Bonnar, Bankin, Hcnriques, and Beven in the steer- age. Burns, Philp & Co., agents. November 21.-Carroo. s.J.CantainJFreo... .man "from'Townsville. J. G. Fearnley, ageut November 24.-Lass o' Gowrie, s, Captain McKenzie, from Townsville. Walsh & Co., agents. November 24.-Naiad, s...

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd. (Before Messrs W. T. White and H. Morris, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22ud. . (Before Messrs W. T. White and H. Morris, J.J. P.) :jfohn Mitchell, for whom Mr Milford ap- peared, pleaded not guilt}* to a charge of assaulting his wife Elizabeth Mitchell. I Elizabeth Mitchell deposed: I am the wife of accused and live with him in Bunda Street, Cairns. On Saturday I was at Mrs Harris' house when he hit me over the right arm with a loaded walking stick sud then followed me into the kitchen and caught "me by the hair. By Mr Milford : Defendant is to blame for the disputes that arise between ns. After Ieavfhg yonr office I went back to Mrs Harris'. Defendant came and asked me to return home. I refused, and 1 threw some cold water over bim. Defendant suffers from fits and I think his mind is slightly de- ranged in consequence. Up till recently he i has been kind to me. I have a good home. I 1 do not wish to send him to gaol. Defendaut was ordered to enter into a bond in £23 with one surety in £25 to keep I the peace for six months and to pay ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

DEPARTirar». November 18.-Cintra, s. Captain J. E. Butcher, for Cooktown, via porta. Passen- gers : Mn Morrow ; Mr Henriqnes, and two m thc steerage. Bums, Philp & Co., agents. November 18.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clarke, from Townsville, via ports. Pas- sengers. Mrs West and Mrs West, and six in the steerage. Barns, Philp & Co., agents. November 19.-Karaweera, s, Captain J. Sinclair, for Southern ports. J. G. Fearnley, agent. November 21.-Cintra, s, Captain J. E. Batcher, for Southern ports. Passengers : Miss Mackay; Mrs White ind six children ; Messrs J. J. O'Leary, Jackson, Gilder, Ross, Lavey, Atherton, White, Monaghan, and 7 in the steerage. Burns, Philp ' & Co., agents. ^ November 22.-Carroo, s, Captain Free- man, for Townsville. J. G. Fearnley, agent. November 24.-Lass o' Gowrie, s, Captain McKenzie, for Townsville. Passengers : Two in the steerage. Walsh & Co., agents. November 24.-N»iad,s, Cadtain Corbett, for Port Douglas. Passengers : Twen...

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(Before Mr H. Morris, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

{Before Mr H. Morris, J.P.) Michael Ciimiírfain. a well-known char- | acter on the Mulgrave, was charged with breaking and enteriag a dwelling house and stealing therefrom. Mr Milford appeared for th« accused. John Maher, a police constable stationed at Kelson, near Cairns, stated: I remember Sunday, lfth November, inst. I was at Nel- son on that day. In consequence of .something that was said to ate on the 13th November, I weat in search of accused. I found him among a number of tents at Nelson. - I said to him "Where were you yesterday morning?" He said " Up the line." I said " Wa« any- body with you ? " He replied " Ho, I was alone." -I then said, " Where is your tent ? " He replied, "I have none, I camp anywhere." I then said " Where is your, swag." He re- plied " There is a part of my swag somewhere all over the country." I then said " I arrest you for breaking into and stealing, from Ate Tow's house at the Mulgrave, one box, one' jewjyer, one watch and one razor." Ac iusei wph...

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Telegraphic. Wednesdays News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

Telegraphic. I Wednesdays %ws by, Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH ÁÑb FOREIGN. LONDON, Wed. A dense fog has prevailed for several days in the English, Channel, prevent- ing the trial of severa], new warships, and interfering with ihe general ship- ing traffic. ot . Senator Alger the Secretary for War in the United States lias recommended Congress to assign 14,000,000 dollars for coast defence. The London " Standard " states that Germany informed Russia, Austria and Italy at the end of last April that she intended to acquire a naval station in Chino. Ten police officials have been sen- tenced to death in Mexico for com- plicity in tho murder of thePiesidout's assailant. Agent General Malcolm Fraser, of Western Austialia, will retire in April next, when his commission will expire. The expedition recently despatched by the Royal Niger Company to attack Avku, the leading Prince of Idah, was successful.,?;. The exjieditiion. succeeded in eaj-ttlrin«. Arku's.fortineHl-.positiun at Kill...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

MOVEMENTS' Tbe Palmer, s, from Townsville, via ports, ia doe tbis morning, and will leave for tbe South again on the same day at 10 a.m. The Adelaide and Lass o' Gowrie from Townsville, are due on Wednesday morn- ing. The Adelaide will leave far Port Douglas, and the Lass o' Gowrie will leave for Townsville thc snme day. The Fearless, labor vessel, is expected to ?ail for the Islands about the 10th Decem- ber. ::i , The Duke of Westminster; Q.R.M.S., : leaves Brisbane tot, Londou, via ports, on or I '".about thé i8tK January. : The Warrego, s, from Northern and Gull ] ports, is due on or about the 2nd December. The Australian, s, from China ports passed here on Saturday on her way South. The Aramac, s, with the weekly mails : from the South, is due here to-day. Thc Adelaide S.S. Co's, Adelaide is due from Southern ports to-day, and will leave for the South on Friday. The Colac from'Sydney is due here on Tuesday next. The Barrabool will leave Sydney for this port on Tuesday 30th Nove...

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Police Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND. (Before H. Morris, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

Police Court. MOXDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND. (Before H. Morris, Esq., J.P.) Wright (a Kanaka) on remand, was charged _._with - ic emit,. ..occasioning-grovioua~*hoaily harm. " '. Mr Miiford appeared for accused. Constable Maher deposed : I am a Police Constable stationed at Nelson, near Cairns, I know accused Wright, otherwise Sammone. I arrested him on Sunday, 7 th November on suspicion of having assaulted one John Zatt, occasioning him grevions bodily harm. I took accused in company with two other Kanakas to the tent of John Zatt, and said to Zatt " Can you identify any of these men as the man who assaulted you this morning ?" John Zatt put his finger on accused and said, " That is the man." I then said to accused "I arrest you for assaulting this man, and occasioning grevious bodily harm." Accused replied "Me no savey, I drink'em grog last night." AVhen I anested accused he wore a singlet, which I now produce. It had blood stains on it. I took him to the Nelson Police Station. and detain...

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Tides. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

Tides. The following list of the. approxi- mate state of the tides at the Fairway Buoy is famished by Mr Pilot Dick- son: A.M. P.M. : H. M. ft. in. H.jl. ft. in. November 24 9 30 20 o 9 40 19 2 . .25 IO 0) 21- o io io iq o . 26 io 30 20 6 10 40 18 6 . 27 II O 20 O . li IO 18' O 28 II 40 19 " o .... 29 .i 40 .17 o. ...2.. o 18 .6 30 3 o 16 o 3 io 18 o ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The English Eleven Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

The English Etaren Fixtures. Thc following are the fixtures of Stoddarts AU England Eleven : Opponents. Dates. Sydney .. N.S. Wales .. Nov. 12, 13, «5. »6 Newcastle .. - Nov. 19, 20 Glen Innes ... - . Nov. 22, 23 Brisbane .. Combined team Nov. 26, 27, 29 Toowoomba.. - Nov. 30 and Dec. I Armidale .. - Dec. 3, 4 Tamworth .. - Dec. 6, 7 Sydney .. ist lest match . Dec. to, 11, »3. .+ Sydney .. University CC. Dec. 17, 18 Rutherglen .. - Dec. 21 Bendigo ,. - Dec. 27,29 Melbourne .. 2nd test match Jan. 1, 3, 4, 5 Ballarat .. - Jan. 6, 7 Stawell ., - Jan. io, ii Adelaide .,3rd test match Jan. 14, 15, 17, 18 Hamilton .. -" Jan. 20,2 r Geelong .. - Jan. 22,23 Melbourne ..4th test match Jan. 28, 29,31 Feb. I Sydney .. N.S.W. return Feb. 4, 5, 7,8 Brisbane ..Queensland .. Feb. 18,19,21 Sydney .. 5th test match Feb, 25, 26, 28, March I Melbourne .. Vic. return .. March 5,6, 7, 8,9 Adelaide ..S.A. return .. March 11, 12, M. '5

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