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CONCLUDED AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
CONCLUDED AT LAST.. .As will be seen by a report else- where in shis issue thc protracted case against the six Spaniards *ïor deserting their hired ser»'i;e a t J Lo Hambledon Mill was brou^ut io a termination yesterday morning in tho Police yCourt, when Panellas, tho head man of thc six, was fined' £20 with .costs and the remaining live or- dered to pay the sum of £3 with costs. Some diiliculty was experien- ced in making UKJ defendants enter a plea, and* altnough they admitted leaving their work without permis- sion, they sought to make a volublo explanation of the reason of their desertion. One Spaniard refused to reply tc the interpreter, thc only re- sponse to, the (pieries placed before him being a dramatic shrug ot thc shoulders, and it was not until thc RM. intimated his intention cf send- ing him to prison i for a month that thc man found his, tongue and plea- ded guilty. Thirty-eight sheets cf foolscap were used in thc depositions connected with the caso.
FIRST TEST MATCH. THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. SYDNEY, [?]ednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
?" FIRST'TEST MATCH, ^ : THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. ' SYDNEY, - lednesday. , The following leam has been chosen to repiesent Australia in the first test match" against the Englishmen which commences in Sydney on Fri- day :--Noble, Trumper, 'Macartney, Cottor, Clem Hill, Ransford, Arm-! strong, Hazlitt, Saunders, McAlistt-r, and Carter, with Dun as twelfth man. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
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A REMARKABLE INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
A HEMARKABLE INNINGS. Tho fcaUrrc of -yesterday's play in I the international cricket match' (soys the .Brisbane "Daily "Mail" rcferrine, to the England v. Queensland-match) was . .the dashing batting of the Queensland' /coach-S.; J..Redgrave. Going in at a critical . (timo, ; -and when . Braund ' the Somerset bo'wler, had taken four wickets for about "?>, Rcdgrave_ got ' runs as a pace that was a revelation to the spectators Retreated ' Braund and thc -'oiler. bowlers! iwith scant respect, and his batting was weir up'to that of Truiu-t per's best'' days. Although he vas'* only- at thc wickets for '47 minutes. | ho hit ui> (56 in perfect style, ¿nd his score included no less than 12 boun clary stro'.cs. As he returned to thc " pavilion Redgrave received an ova- tion, and it is not too much to hopo thnt-when this innings anrf his. bow- ling in the recent match, arc-taken into consideration, ho will secure,'a place in one of thc test-matches. FOUND-That Lennon's Corn Cur cures."...
PRESIDENT CONDEMNED. SEVERE INDICTMENTS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
PRESIDENT CONDEMNED, SEVERE INDICTMENTS. LONDON, Thursday. The "New York World" mentions several ¡big- dinners at which UK President's health was drunk in stud- ied and significant silence. Fears are expressed that President Roosevelt has commitit'cd ai grave mistake by clamouring for revolut- ionary legislation and u bigger army and navy, und by making constant appeals to tho Jingo spirit, popular Dussions and''class hatred. The "New Ynrk Sun" declares that President Roosevelt is .the most con cicnceless and reckless demagogue the country has ever seen.
SATISFACTORY SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
SATISFACTORY SETTLE-. MENT. At thc ¡Vt thc Mossman Police Court on Tuesday before Mr. P. ti. Grant, P.M., thc Mossman Central Mill proceeded against two men nam- ed Barrett and James for deserting their hired service. Mr. Gallwey appeared for thc prosecution and Mr. Hartley for the defence. ± Tho Directors of the Mill had Held a meet ing tho previous day and as a "result thc defendants pleaded- guilty. Their agreements were cancelled on condi- tion that the £5 immigration expen- ses should bc retained by tho Com- pany and the men pay £1/4/6 costs. Both sides appeared to I« satisfied with this arrangement whereby lengr thy litigation was avoided,
LATE LANDS POLICY. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
. LATE LANDS POLICY. BRISBANE, Thursday. It will le" remembered thoit the ac- tion oí tho late Minister for Landis, 'Mr. . JV T. Bell, in placing some of ihe best of the Jimbour lands in tho hands of private land agents under conditions which would give prefer- ence to the people of the Southern Slates over intending settlers in" Queensland was made thc subject" of considerable criticism some time ago.' It how transpires that the agents in .luestion have been .unable to dispose of any öf the land, and thc whole of ihc repurchased portions of . Jimbour arc now in the hands of thc Govern- ment. Mr. Barnes, Minister for Lands, states that thc Cumkillenbar portion of the estate will bc made "available for selection noxt month at prices materially lower than those fixed by the late Minister.
THE LITHGOW IRONWORKS. MINERS- PROPOSAL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
THE LITHGOW IRONWORKS. MINERS- PROPOSAL.' SYDNEY, Wednesday. At a meeting pf thc Workers' Un- ion, held at Lithgow to-day, it was decided to invite all the Labor un- ions in thc Ccmmonwealth to take up £50,000 worth of shares in Sand- ford, .Limiteds This, it was considered, would bo a much moro effective motho'd of con-, trolling thc iron industry than wast- ing time and money in the Arbitra- tion Court. , - ? «v ? .
LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
LAND SALE A land sale was held at the Cairns Land Office yesterday morning when the following lots were disposed of to various purchasers at the prices mentioned :- . Allotment'1, section 2, town of Nelson, area 2 roods, Annie Johnson, wife of Angus Johnson, price £14. Allotment 10, section 4, town of Nelson area 2 roods, William Pearce Cairns, price £7. Allotment ll, section 4, town of &nbsp; Nelson, area 2 roods, Hannah Lock, wife of Chesney Lock, price £6. Portion 14V parish 'of ~ Smithfield, situated on the north side of the Barron River, due north from Stratford railway station, area 112 acres, &nbsp; 3 roods, purchased by William Walter' Mason, realised £112/15. Portion 139, parish" of Grafton, situated about ' three-quarters of a mile north of the Mulgrave" Control Sugar Mill, ' area 30 acres, bought by JA Gordon, Nei- lson, realised «¿6/5.
Woman Items. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
Woman Items. NOÍTES. '.Still do arguments multiply in fav- : our of thc sanitary practice of bath- ? ing,. writes a Sydney lady. -Only tho other; day something happened to I prow that an occasional wash is an : j excellent thing.'"' A little .boy who had ; ? been: missing from his Koine sonic i timC _api>cared at his grandmother's 1 .door,' and hailed her .with * Don't you know me, grandma?" She did not, but she decided , to wash thc child, 1 whoever ho was. His'condition made that seem a Christian net. And when she had got -off some ot the dirt with which.he was encrusted, behold, her grandson "emerged. ~ One woman who has attained sue- ' ¡ cess along scientific lines is Dr. Bose ( Bebb, recently appointed bactcri'olo- &lt; gist to the State. Board of Health in Washington. Slw has already held several important- positions in the east of-America. From all? one hears thu study of bacteriology "must bc wry fascinating,-yet only one wom- an in Sydney ha.«} ever taken it up. ...
"NOT UNDERSTOOD?" [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
"NOT UNDERSTOOD?" . That pathetic little poem of-T. -H. Brookers we all know well, and our life's experience testifies to the truth of every word. There is anoth er. poem "not understood" and that is the "Great Yoghee Nitibur"-8 poem of comfort and relief. This is unknown to many poor Bufferers and not understood by 'those who don't suffer any more than is the. discov- erer. But they had better take time by tho forelock, and understand that it is the name of the Crowning Point in Liniments, rarely fulling to give ease even where it does not effect a perfect cure. If it does not. nothing will. So, when you (jet Rheumat- ism, . Sprains, Stiff Joints, or any sort of pain try Great Yoghee Niti bur Liniment, and you will under- stand its value. It is only 2/6, but is worth its weight in silver. The P*"**> ;1ri,*h5e. X>>ni«nant..-too, must be understood to to« tho be«'j-éi jív» pared, and only 1/6: r.nd tho Great Yoghee Cachets are the best thing for bronchial troublos-price, I/O...
Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
' Political Pars. "Another f Disgusted Kidstonite" writes to say the he considers the re- tiring liiember for Cairas overstepped nil bounds of reason by his outrage- ous remarks .against-the Governor on Monday night, and declares that the long tirade bf abuse indulged in has done tlie Kidston-Socialist party jnorq harm than good. .*.*.. .*At the request of the Premier tho Minister (for Justice, ¡Mr. power, MX.C., has. given the / following op- inion- on several questions pertaining to postal voting:-"In order that n,ny person may be or become a candidate at an election, he shall ? be nomin- ated.". . . . (section 49). On the postal ballot paper thc voter is dir- ected to "write the name of the can- didate you vote for" (section 78M). Section 78, O, refuting toi tho record- ing of thc vole refers frequently to "candidates." It follows, in my op- inion, Uinfc only cnndltlatcn^petnoiw nominated ns -v such-«an, legally.thöj voted for. In tho» South "Australian Act of 1896, ' candidate" ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 13 December 1907
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