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THE BAND PLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
THÉ BAND PLAYS. Tho following programme will be played l.y the Cairns Citizens brass band in the Rotunda on the Esplan- ade, on Sunday afternoon, commenc ing at 4 o'clock.-March, "Under the Bonner of ^yiçtoryî'^'aelcctlon;. líScot-.; Usn Gems"; march, (contest) "Crack- ^ a-jack'V fantasia, "Sandringham"; intermezzo "Gondolier"; valse, "Re\e de-amour"; march "Wharton"'; "God Save the King."
THE WYANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
THE WYANDRA. The favorite steamer Wyandra, of thc A.U.S.N. Company's linc, always attracts attention on arrival or de- parture from port. Yesterday the yessol arrived from Melbourne, via Sydney and usual Queensland ports, with a lone; list of passengers, thus demonstrating the appreciation the travelling public huvo for this fine liner. The voyage from tho South was made under favorable codif- ions, and was of a thoroughly en- joyable nature. Captain Grahl in I his report stated that fresh to mod- erate wimbi prevailed, with smooth I sea, and passing electrical disturb- ances, clearing to fine weather. Tho Wyandra brought a large cargo to Cairns,
ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
ARRIVALS. - Doc. 12, ' Wyandra, . Captain G raid, froin Melbourne via ports. Passen- gers:-Mesdames Hansen, Townley, Le Vaux, Cowan, Templeton, Ro- gers, ' Prewett, Bouman, Weir, Kor .tum, Tyrer, Byrnes^ Wilson, ¡Welsh, Roberts, Misses Camp, "-Le Bry«, Dairs, (Kortum, Bones, Adkins, Welsh, Beh, File, - Beh, Rodgers,t Markham, Messrs Bennett, Clark"», Dongles, Muller, Weir, Lynn, Fal- lon, Broadley, Wood, Hansen, Le Vaux, Enright, Arthur, Templeton, Rodgers (2) Hughes, Johnston,- Jac lobs, Francis, Rae, and 30- in the j steerage. Bums Philp Co'.' "Ltd., I Agents. .
SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. ' . BRISBANE. Chillagoe,.b S/4, s 3/8 Gilmore's, b 6/5. s 6/7 .' Mount Molloy, b'9/6, s 9/10 Mungana Co., l>6/-¡ s 0/8 Oje, b 4/8', s 4/10 , , ADELAIDE. O.K., b 4/0, s 4/7 . r-: Mungana Co., b 6/4, "s'6/6 Chillagoe, b 4/6, s 4/7 . * - ? CHARTERS TOWERS. Durham Consols,.b 3/-, 's 3/5 MountJllol loy, b 9/10, s 10/3 , Munganoltto., b 6/9, s 6/ÏO O.K., b4./2,-s 5/1 . - , . Dalziell's, b 2/2, s 2/6 Gilmore's, b 6/3, s 6/10. Chillagoe, b 3/6, s.4/- !
MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. Chillagoe, b 3/4, s 3/8; paîtl'b 4/4. " s 4/8 - Mungana Co., b 6/2, s 0/6 ' O.K., b. 4/5, s 41/9 Mount Molloy, s 9/9 Mount Elliott,-b 39/-, s 41/ Chillagoo Ruddygorc, b £0/10, s £7 10/- . Endeavor Leslie, b 10/., s 25/ A'ulciin, 1- 5/6,'s 5/9 Stannary" Hills, b 2/-, s 2/2 Smith's Creek, b 3/6, s 4/ PaMcl 's, b 2/2, s.2/4 Gilmore's, b 0/4, s 6/0 Mitchell River, b 3/". s 3/4 . Brilliant, b 2/ Bril. Central, b 4/3 Bril. Extended, b 4/11. s 5/2; paid b 7/6 ' I Carrington United, V, 3/-, s 3/0 Carringcon 1 &! 2 East, b 1/5; imid s 2/2 . .Durham Consols, b 3/-, s 3/3 East Mexicans, b 7d Golden Alexandra, b 2/-, s 2/3 Grant and Sunset, b 1/3, s 1/4. Kelly's Queen Block, b l'/3,-s 1/5; paid, a 2/6 , ^ , - Káüama'dnTi,- l,>ij.Od; s*X/-»'-" "VwiviiJiJ^v-i,, Mills' United,-h 15/9, s 16/3 * ! '."> New Drib Freeholds, b 3/-, s 3/2 Pfeiffcr's, b 4/10; paid li 5/9 Queen Cross Beef, s 3/10 : , Queen Central, paid s 1/5 Ruby, b 2/-, s 2/4; paid b 2/4 Talis...
AGENTS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
AGENTS ABROAD. ?-LONDON : Gordon & Gotch. -.Uid ^ntèrclrcusrÎE.O.'; -and* O* Mitchell Co.",£"Flcet Street, 13. G. ' ~ "7' -' " Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne: (Jordon.& Gotch. "The Cairns Post" can be obtained hy visitors to London at thc .Rend- ing Room ' ol the Agent-General's Of- fice, and nt thc office of the "British Australasian." ' . NOTE. Literary communications should be addressed to "Tho Editor," and busi- ness letters to "The Manager." Tele- graphic , andcable, address : "Post, Cairns." ;/, / -
Ambulance Brigade. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Ambulance Brigade. COMMITTEE MEETING. Thc regular monthly meeting ol tho committee of tho Cairns Ambulance Brigade was held last evening when '1 there were present Messrs B. Mc- lachlan (chair) L. Jcppescn, J. Gri iliths, AV, S. browett, H. AV. Love, und tho Superintendent, (Mr. Hogan)"'. Tho inward .correspondence included a lotter from Ibo Deputy Superinten- dent of tho Brisbane brigade supply« ingjnformation regarding lin propos- ed field ambulance to bc purchased by tho-Cairns Centre, Some discussion arose on. tho ques- tion^ of what tyixs of wheel would bc suitable for the waggon. At thc last meeting the committee ¡md derided to adopt thc Sarvon wheel but tho Brisbano office in their communica- tion did not seem to favor this class af wheel. It was resolved to write to headquarteri and request them to select thc most suitable axle for tho S ar va ti wheel. . Tho Mulgrave Variety Entertainer* wrote, forwarding e. donation ot £20 towards tho Brigade fund-,. A, hearty-, vote of th...
AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
AN INTERESTING CASE. I' On Tuesday last at the Mossman rolico Court before Mr, P. G. Grant, ] > P.M., two men named Hassan and j jBotoke proceeded against; J. Blain Jtq. recover wages due. - Mr. .Hartley appeared for tho prosecution and Mr. Gallwey for' the defence. In this case a rather! important point was decided, .by tho Police Magis- trate! Tho defendant' paid a eertain"*amount into court, but de- ducted a sum paid by him for stores Mr. Hartley submitted that under "Truck Act" no such deduction could J:c made from a. laborer's wa- ges. Thc P.M. upheld the paint »nd ¿ave a verdict fov tha j laintiff for "thc full amount clamed with £2/2 ' professional costs in each instance.
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. WIN FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. . WIN FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY. Thursday. Thc match Nen- South Wales v. South' Australia: was concluded to- j day, and resulted in a win for Sousli Australia by 20 runs. The weather j was finq Jind the attendance ' small. , Following are tho remaining scores: NEW SOUTH AVALES, 2nd Innings. Kella war, r Chamberlain b Wright .. 31 Whiddon, not iout... ll Sundries .15 - - ^Total. 572 Howling:-O'Connor, 5 for 172; L. j |llill" 1 for ? ,79; Wright 2 for 123; Claxton, 2 for 101.
THE FIJIAN CRICKETERS. THEIR FIRST MATCH. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
THE FIJIAN CRICKETERS, , THEIR FIRST MATCHÍ f SYDNEY, Wednesday. ~ - --, VUV>3»UJ . I Thc Tijinn team of cricketers com- menced a twp days' match.against a scratch team of Sydney players to- day. .Tho latter during the after- noon hit up 410 for thc loss of 9 wickets, \Vhitt scoring 109 nnd Bubb ioo: Thc picturesque costumes of tho Fijians attracted considerable atten- tion. They . wore flowers in their hair, and wreaths of flannel flowers «round their waists. Tho two Fijian prince« who aro in. the team were arrayed in CL ilittorent fashion.. They wore white coats and tunics. The Fijians (displayed -extra- ordinary agility in thc field."
Fearnley & Cc., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
" Fearnley .& Cc, Ltd. \ Hanau for Macassa via ierres Straits, thence to Marseilles, Havre. Amsterdam and Hamburg is due in Townsville on January 1, calling at -"Cairns if inducement offers. Seydlitz (N.D.L.) leaves Sydney &lt;:u . :. - January 1, tor London and liremen amyr¿¿ports.. . * j ÄgSSatSSMm«1*».- «TOtt ^Hong KongJi. «IMO >"Ä»hcre about 20th instant. - - '
LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
' . LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. Lost month honors come easy, lt was a great month for Lennon's Kew Drug Store, lt was a royal deman rtralion and fitting dedicaticn to the newest contribution to Cairns Drug Stores. I am proud of the popular public approval shown me last month - . 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 tho good will and confidence of the people. Th.; merit of my-drugs, chemicals, etc., is ever to bc my claim for patronage and not thc decrying quotations of impossible, prices. I t rust the asso- ciations and- friendship formed since my advent in the field of Drug Store business may be ever fastened with the cords of many yeurs satisfactory relations. . .Mail your orders if you cannot visit my Drup; Store. A prize competition ticket given ? with every puschaso. Perspiring humanity relieved at my American Soda Fountain. Telephone 124 :P.O. Box, 121. Lennon, Chemist, Abbott St. (next A. J....
Johnson's Book. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Sg*$tttaqir)i Book: ; Í ... . . , _:_-? .? -^'.^¡^í Malcolm Jobson's " The Mystery of the Keep " had not bren selling well, in spite of judicious advertising, lt wasn't because it was not sufficiently stirring and adventurous. lt was all that, yet the novel reading publio did not seem to crave it. T hjs was a fact ? which bothered Jobson and had bini think- ing seriously qn this particular eveuing. Suddenly his thoughts took sntih an acute turn that they lett him staring vacantly at the ceiling and caused, him to, let his cigar go out, He stared fqr an hour and then :ho went to bed with the air of ft man who has made up his mind to do something, , Two days afterwards he received a note from his publisher. Would ho kindly call around? He did. The publisher handed' him an envelope containing £200. . ?' " Novel selling at last ? " asked Jobson. " Worse than ever," said the publisher. ... "What'sthe money, then?*! asked the author., ? J "Well, H's tho funniest thing I have, known in the...
Concerning Certain Easter Days. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Concerning" Certain Easter ' ' "?' Days. " : : ' : 1 ' The Sanâay next before Easter," accord- ing to the English Prayer Hook, is Palm Sunday. His called also Passion Sunday, as being the commencement of Passion Week. Palm Sunday used to bc the occa- sion for a festival of a joyous character, commemorative of the popularity of tho reception accorded to Christ on His entry into Jerusalem immediately defore His. Passion. On this day, in llonian Catholic countries, the priests bless branches of palms, which are then carried in procession in memory of those strewed before Christ at his entrance into the Holy Ci>Jy. After the procession tho boughs used in it are burnt and their ashes preserved, that they may be laid upon thc heads of the people next Ash Wednesday with the priest's blessing. Even after the Deformation, Henry VIH ordained that tho carrying of palms on this day was a custom not to bc discontinued. It was kept up by tho clergy till the 'reign of Edward VI. The Thursday be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
CUSTOMS, . FORWARDING,- SHIPPING, INSURANCE. . Work of all kinds. Agents for OCEAN Passenger and Freight Steamship lines to and from Europe, America, and the East. " Shippers of ores, matte, metals, timber, or other products for State. Interstate, English, or other ports .will find it tb their, advantage to commumoate with us. . - , FEARNLEY & CO., LTD., . v late .... . - ' .?: ncj, ? J. G. FEARNLEY , , Telephone" No. 59. Telegrams.'-Fearnley, Cairns'. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. ISLAND LINE OF STEAMERS. To New Guinea, SolomonTslands and ' Sydney and vice versa. Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from Cooktown, December 7th. \> Mokambo, . Captain H. WeatSherall, '.from- Cookto.wn," January .11th. - , ; Bound trip» can be .made, .roturn- ing coastwise "by the steamers oí the A.U.S.ÎT. Co., Ltd. For particulars as to fares apply BUHNS PHILP & CO LTD. . Cairns.
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. Barns Philp 4. Co. Ltd., Agents. Kuranda,, from Townsville via ports is due hère every Tuesday, afternoon, leaves for'Port Douglas 'same after1 - noon, returning Tuesday night and leaving on Wednesday morning, on thc return. -\~' Wyandra, from Melbourne -to Cairns.left hero last night and ,arriv-" cd at her destination this morning. Eastern (E. & A.:.Co.) from Hong- kong en route to Melbourne, is due at Cairns on 14th 'December. Empire (E. & A.) for Hongkong via' ports, leaves Cairns on the 10th December. ¿Kumano' Maru (X.Y.K.) from Ja- pan, en route to Melbourne, leaves Townsville December 13. Aorangi (A. & A. Line), for Van-' clpuyer,'leaves Sydney on January 2fX\aid .Brisbane on January 22.