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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

; Coming Events. ? Summary of Erente advertised ia the " Post" wil apivar nader Uüs heading «ach lame. November 28.- " ' Mulgrave Tram Excursion. Novembeng. C.A.T,S. Dramatic Performance. December I. Entertainment by State School pupils. December 4.-3? Sales by R. Sturt & Co. of Cairns allot- ments, cottage, horses, harness, etc. December 4. Sale of Abbott Street allotments by A. J. Diaper. December II-? Entries close for Johnstone River Races.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Shame of Going Back. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

. The Shame ot Going Baek. j When you've come to make a fortune, anti you haven't made your salt,". And the reason of the failure isn't anybody's ' ': - fault- '? - ? ?--."' When you haven't got a billet, and the times are very slack, ' There is nothing that can spur you like the shame of going back ; ' Crawling home with empty pockets, going back hard up; Oh! it's then you leam the .meaning of humiliation's cup. When the place and you are strangers, and you struggle alt alone, ' . . And you have a mighty longing for the town where you are known ; . > " - ' When your clothes are very shabby, and your future's very black, ? There is nothing that can hurt you like the shame of going back. When we've fought the battle bravely and are beaten to the wall. 'Tis the sneers of men, not conscience, that makes cowards of ns al) ; . And while you are returning, oh ! your brain is on the rack, And your heart is on the shadow of the shame of going back. When a beaten man's discovered with a ....

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

. Important Satie Abbott Street Allotments. Allotment 7, Section 4, Abbott Street. Allotment ll, Section 4, Abbott Street. A. J. DRAPER HAS been favoured : with Instructions by JOHN ARCHIBALD. ESQ., and the Trustees of the Estate of the late ROBERT ARCHIBALD to offer for Sale by Public Auction on- . ? FRIDAY, 26th Nof«mb«r, AT Noos AT His MART, LAKE STREET, TUE . ABOVE* SPLENDID RETAIL SITESi The Allotments are: Situated in Abbott Street,-1 ALLOT, ll-Next the-Brick premises, , » - ASD ALLOT. 7-Next - but one to tho Court ? House HoteL As an Investment these properties are ' well worth attention. ' The future of Cairns is assured, and property opposite the Post Office must always retain its value. TERMS-Quarter Cash, .balance over Vt months at 6 per cent (A. J. MÂPËB, JUriioKti,

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

A.U.S.N._CO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. fpHE Steamersi of thc above Company are A intended to sail as under: Townsville" . Bowen ' Mackay.» ; -j: .Rockhampton , .Gladstone . » . ..Bundaberg .Maryborough ; Brisbane - r. .'. . Sydney ' " | ' , 27th Melbourne {Adelaide . {Albany § Freemantle {Geraldton' {Cossack, and other West Australian ports Geraldton . Mourilyan Cardwell 1 PALM KR, -| Dungeness f Townsville I TO-DAY Port Douglas \ Cooktown I ARAMAC Í Thursday Island - 1 . . ÍNormanton [ TO-DAY ^Burketown j ..Transhipping n Keppel Bay. .{Transhipping at Cooktown. ^Transhipping at Melbourne. ? Vor further particulars apply to BURNS, PHILP & CO., LIMITED, A cents. .. S.S. "VICTORY," (90 Toni Ref.) fjlHIS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for all lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

LASSITUDE, HEADACHE, BACKACHE. AND INDIGESTION ARE SYMPTOMS OF A DISORDERED LIVER. " CLEMENT'S TONIC IS THE ONLY RELIABLE AND RADICAL CURE. HAVE NO OTHER. Mr H. Most, Queen-street, Maryborough, Queensland, writes on May 29, " 1895 '? I have derived great benefit from the use of Clements Tonic. For years I had been a great sufferer from Indigestion.. I took many medicines but got no relief. About four months ago I tried Clements Tonic, and after taking it regularly for three weeks I found I was'completely cured of my old enemy, and have not had the slightest indication of it since.-Please accept the very sincere thanks of )X)UT«Tespetffully, H. Most, Queen-street, Maryborough, Q^ccnslaqd.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"S.S. Dove." IN FULL SWING AGAIN. NOW THE "S.S. JESSIE." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

"S.S. Dove." IN FÜLL SWING AGAIN. NOW THE "S S. JESSIE." AU Ma townsmen will unite in congratu- lating Captain -Bulle« on hia aucceaafully floating and bringing into tbe harlmr, the steamer " Dove, thé wreck of which he purchased three month» ago. The Dove, (writes the Cooktown Independent) although she escaped damage by the reefs, was forced by the tierce wind and sea high upon the sandy beach, and it has taken Captain Bolles and bis atsittant chief mute Brown, Mathie- son A.B., and chief engineer Pascoe, two months nf hard labor and engineering ability to bring her into port. They had to cut a channel for nearly half a mile to over 3ft. in depth, to refit the machinery, to pat out and pull on anchors and chains, and to work their way ont against unusually low tides, by feet if not by inches, yet energy and per- severance triumphed and Mr Bolles has brought back a steamer of over 50 tons register whose engines and machinery fit like a glove and work, like a charm, and whose hull is...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

FmST Shipment-New NOISELESS "PRIMUS" STOVES just Unding, call ánd aee itt TAVLO* A Sos». PAWPAW TfllinWSAÏÏOK.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

NICHOLAS FYNN, Auctioneer i CommissioD : ' AGINT. -MACROSSAN STREET, _*ovt Pow «fl na _ _____ WANTED.-For the Drewnwhint;, ff One APPRENTICE, and One IM- PROVER. Apply Mw. PEI>EB»«S, Abbott Street.

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A Confirmed Grumbler. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

A Confirmed Grumbler. Some time »go there lived in Edinburgh ii well-known grumbler, namely Sandy Black, whose often recurring tita of spleen or indigestion produced some amusing scenes of senseless irritability, which were highly relished by all, except the brute's good, patient little wife. One morning Sandy rose benton »quarrel ; the baddies and eggs were excellent, done to a tumi and had been ordered by himself the previous evening; and breakfast passed without the looked-for cause of complaint "What will you have for dinner, Sandy? " said Mrs Black. "A chicken, madam," said her hus- band. " Roast or boiled Î " asked tho wife. "Confound it madam, if you had 'been a good wife, you'd have known before this what I liked," Sandy growled out, and slamming the door behind him, left the house. It was in Spring, and a friend who'was present heard the little wife say, "Sandy is bent on a disturbance to-day ; I shall not please him, do what . I can." Tho dinner time ; came, and Sandy and ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES. The Labor schooner "Fearless which has been lying in the harbor at the heavy expense of about £50 per month during the last four or five months has been" chartered by a Mackay firm. The vessel will leave Cairns on a trip to the Islands about 10th December with returns from Mackay plantations who will arrive in Cairns on 2nd December. Mr Lyne Brown, the well known photo- grapher of Abbott Street, Cairns, is executing some splendid full-plate pictures of the C.AT.S. who took part in the Comedy at the Divisional Hall on Friday night last. The pictures when completed will depict the tableaux at the end of each act. About 150 new books have arrived from England for thc Cairns School of Art's through' Mr F, Nçrthage of Abbott Street. A similar number will arrive in a week or two and will include all the latest works of favorite authors. A complete catalogue of all the books in the library will be printed and issued as soon as possible when arrange ments will be made whe...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

SILVERSTflEA« SCHNAPPS IST O IR THACÏB IS NOW OPENING FOR TH? [ X HAS! A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT - . ? ? , OF" ? ? Books, Church Senioes, Xmas Cards, Fancy Ornaments, ] Glassware, Vases, Dolls, Toys, ftc. Th« XsntM PabiMM «vt» now arplvln^. Pipet, Cigan, «ai tihten af alt kiaéa, Aeeoraüaat, Meatkarfaai, Pocket Cattery, | Baaketwara, aa*V ether lkaaa ta« autarou te BartTealariae. SH OTO NUCIt AID TOD WILL Bl SATIIFIID WITH THI VALUE CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO. FMflDtÜl/lC N0IUUII> STâTIOSIB, T01ACC0IIST, ? nVI\lnMIJV| AID FAICT eOODS DULI!. | ^ ABBOTT STREET (Next Bank of North QnecntUnd), CAIRNS.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

Mr Haines, dentist, left for Cooktown last Week, and returns to Cairns in a month's time. -;~ " . >.'¿- . . . Races are annoanced for Boxing Day at Herberton, Cooktown and the Mulgrave, Cairns. " _ The weather is fine, days warm, nights comfortable. Rain is hanging about, and is much required. Mr John Cairns* Auctioneer, announces that be is prepared to lease or sell on easy terms blocks of Und-forming the pick of thc old Pyramid Plantation. The blocks are eminently suitable for coffee cultivation. The Government will shortly institute a telephone. service in Cairns, over thirty busi- ness people having signified their intention of subscribing the necessary £b per year each. The switching will be carried ont in the Post Office building. Mr Thomas Dillon, so long well and favor- ably known as the proprietor of the Exchange Hotel, Mareeba, has filed his schedule for an amount of about ¿loco. He deserves better lack; and the "Post" sincerely hopes he will meet with it. Owing', to bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

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The Rifle. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

The Rifle. . The monthly meeting of the Cairns Rifle Club waa held on Tuesday last at Bardon'* Railway Hotel. Present: Messrs J. F. Hollis (President), E. Allen, H. Fraser, A. Wilson and G. Bardon (Hon See.) The programme of a day's shooting at the range on December 10th and the handicaps of members taking part in the events as follows were approved PROGRAMME. Of. the Rifle Competition in con- nection with , the Cairns Rifle Club, to be held on Separation Day, LOth December next : First Event- C.R.C. Handicap, for all members of the. Club, : Distances, 200, 300, 500, 600 yards. Seven shots and one sighter, at each range. Bisley targets and scoring ; Martini Henri rifles. Prizes: 1st, £'2; 2nd, £1 : 3rd, 15s; 4th, 12s 6d ; 5th, 10s; 6th, 7s 6d ; 7th, 5s; 8th, 5». In addition there will be four range prizes of 5s each of which no competitor can win more than one. Second Event-Mulgrave Handi- cap, for all members of the .Club. Ten ahota, . no sighter, at 50(1 yarda. Bisley '" target an...

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

BRIEFS. A subscriber who got a hill from the Post the other day writes to say-"Will pay you the 8s 6d on Monday but am of opinion th-tt there is one sign in particular that* should be painted over the-letter box at the Post Office and that is "Pout- no bills." " Mr Jim "Crowley relates an amusing incident connected with his early days in the drapery business. Coming direct fi nm the London Cus- toms Service, "Sure I knew nothing at all about the frock and frill business." - ? A party of three yening ladies visited the shop on a certain.occasion and one of them asked for " two yards of the best calico, please." The stock in the shop at this time had run down very low and new gjods I were expected the following week. Said Crowley, " I'm very sorry, we I are quite out of calico, but jierhaps two yards of linoleum would answer the same purpose." The shrieks of laughter which im- mediately followed indicated pretty clearly that Jim had somehow put his foot in it. The Cooktown "Beacon." i...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

PROT Baiaaaeat Kew 50I8KLKSS " PRIMÜ8 " 8TOVE8 ja« landing, e Ul awl Mt at TATUM * 80M. <

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Nov. 2[?], 1897. From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

"MORNING POST." "Mäher by fear nor by favor, but by > Truth alone.'" Tkmnáar Komis*. WOT. 38 , lt*7 From Oar Point of View. MORE ^0SCP'1 Shambrook'of «.""_, Cooktown intends to pre «TOEUM. Co<)ktown gchooj of Arts, with a valuable collection of precious stones found by him on the Conglomerate. Burglar alarms and a policeman will probably accompany the gift. Mr Shambrook's intended action reminds us again of the acquisition a small museum would be attached to the Cairns School of Arte. How nice it would be to have a public depository for all the many curios which abound in this wonderfully prolific district. Join with us at präsent in an anticipatory feeling of pride, and picture the pleasurable and profitable sensation attached to showing a visitor, possibly a wealthy and specula- tive tourist, the natural wonders contained in the School of Arts Museum. "That, Sir, is a sample of this season's coffee cherries, as grown a few miles out of Cairns, and in this, bowl you m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

Chamber of Commeroe. The ordinary meeting of tlie Cairns Chamber of Commerce .-WHS kt lil on Friday afternoon in t lie Council Cham- bers. Present : Messrs. J. Hansford (Président), J. Lyon«, M. Boland, AI. S|iillrtine, Iv. .' Aumuller, 'Callaghan Walsh, J. G. fearnley, J. P. Canny, and the Secretary (R. Sturt). RAILWAY TRAFFIC. Regarding the intel change of traffic between the Cairns railway und tho Mulgrave tram, the folliwing letter was read :-. - ' " Wth further refcrenccto thcinterchange of traffic between the Government Kail way and the Mulgrave Tram, I: b-g to inform yon that tbs. Commissioner cannot see his way to forego .thc present very low charges for the nse of Government waggons on the Tramway, but the Stationmaster-iu Charge has been instructed to arrange, if desired, to charge the tramway freight forward tn the case of traffic from the tramway to the rail- way, provided of course, tint it is consigned to a station where wu have a stationmaster; also, to allow traffic ...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 25 November 1897

QUEENSLAND BRISBANE; - Wednesday. A caucus of the Government party «vas held to.day in No. 5 Committee room. Details of the proceedings are of course unobtainable, but it is understood that all tliè hiemliers of the patty promised to' loyally support Sir Hugh Nelson iii the matter of the no ! confidence motion made by Mr Glassey. Mr Glassey at 3 o'clock to-day ex j pressed a douM as to whether' be would get any support outside of the Labor Purty. There was a fairly large attendance of the pul lie in the galleries to-day. Mr Glassey itt mnviug his no-confi denco motion explained the reason of bis inclusion of Sir H. Nelson and Mr Batlow in that motion. He said that it would be unfair to submit such >i motion to the House without including their names, as the motion would give them an opportunity of justifying their actions to the Country. Ile then reviewed the history of their connection with tho Q N. Bank andsiid that had these Ministers in "1893 .disclosed tlie true state of .«'...

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