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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

WHOLESALE CO F FEE MERCHANT. GROWN À VD MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LtíWIf, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTAT-ION, RUSSBLL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE Î TRY A TIN OF MOUNT G lt AHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ? ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADF. SOLD IN l lb. TINS, ami No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Marcelia, Holberton, ilontalbion, Californit Creek, Thr. Tate, and eettlcrs generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment. Tbe grower and manufacturer pledcca Iii* wont tint there is no better matured or purer . Coffee in tho world than - , . LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE/. GRESHAM /. HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. Slr-EíSÍE, Proprietress. IE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre- of the main block Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp it Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Well-known Wines and Spirits St...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

The Extension of the Cen- tral Hills Loan. "We axe gn»;ficd to r.ot± (says the Mackay "Standard'') that at length a move bas been made by some of the Director» of the Cen tr J Mills here to bring about a conference of representatives of the Central Mills on the. . ta!««esof as spt-Jioati«n being made to the Government to extead t/ie-period over . -Aisb^>»UM»to CMtr«l Mifc ahn«M taatv- Wahavia-hfitaieita mm ûmgfvt tba letter which had. ton. addraMad-to th«. " Chainaaa-aad Dfttacfcv* of the Central Min Companies ia'the'colony.' Jt ' reads a« fol- lows: .Gentlemen,-Owing* to' disastroas sesteas and the low prices prevailing for raw sugars, the* companies in thir district, "established under the Sagar Works Guarantee Aet.'6od it impossible to meet the payments for fn.teraat and redemption dee to the Treasury ¿m-the-tWM advanced.- - ?. . fu ajnuy cassa the Jae t roi ¡ heavy amounts becoming -aaoaaUydue : ir acting at a deterr- ent to iuteading; farmers, ~who would-join existing compan...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

Robt. Start & Co, AUCTIONEERS, Land, Horse and Cattle fJalesmdn, Land and Estate agents Agents for Absentees, - Accident Lifo and Fir.'. Insurance Agents. Customs House anti Forwarding Agent«. Sh.irebroker and FinaucH Agunta. Valuators, ie. Sun Insurance Offiíe. ' * Standard Fire Jt Marine Insurance Co. N.Z. Phoenix Fire Olfice. Manchester Fire Assc rance Co. Mutual Life Association of Australia Secretary to Cairns Chamber of Conmcrce. Cairns Fire Brigado Ik »rd. Valuator and Auditor tn Cairnä Municipal . Council Auditor Cairus A. I*, A Mining Association. Auditor Mulgrave Central Mill Co. I'roinpt Account Sales and remittances. A .large stock of new and Second Hand Furniture always on stock. Fibre j Mattresses and Kapoc pillows made on j the premise!. Furniture bought in auy quantity and j highest prices given thus avoiding | expense of Auction Sale. Salo Yards-Lakc-strcct Cairns. Auction K loins-Ahbolt-strcct Ca:r»s. Greatest attention given to collection of | bouse rents....

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tomatoes for Sydney. IF MARYBOROUGH, WHY NOT CAIRNS? [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

Tomatoes for Sydney. IF MARYBOROUGH, WHY NOT CAIRNS? . -- .Mesara- Finlmyon .'mi*L!-SamMr~ot -M»iy-.¡ borough, inform the "Wide-Bay-New»."' that in conjunction with- Mr A. Dodd, of Wavertree Orchard, Einana, they forwarded an experimental shipment of tomatoes to Sydney with very successful results. Fifty seven cases were despatched, and the Syd- ney agent advises that- the fruit arrived in good condition, very little waste, and found » ready sale 1 Fnrther immediate shipments are requested; as- formerbuyers are inquiring after the D brand of tomatoes; and'already they have established a name for themselves. Ta o lots of 32 and 22 easer are now on the Way, and as thc demand is good, the success of experiment is already assured, and" a good opening has been found for the supera'ound-' ant supply af tomatoes, which are at times1 seriously in excess of the local demand: Hiere "can be- no "doubt that with a little care in the picking of the-fruit and some taste in the packing, Maryboroug...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr Westley's Departure. AN OLD CAIRNS FAVORITE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

Mr Westley's Departure. AN OLD CAIRNS FAVORITE; Mr 'Westley, formerly bandmaster'of; the Cairns Town Band, and afterwards in. charge of the Lakes Creek Band, Rockhampton, seems to possess a manner which quickly makes itself appreciated. His Cairns friends will'bd pleased tn read " ther following account of a send-off'" which \V.R~W. was tendered on the eve of his departure on a trip to England. Tho" " Record " reports : The merits of Mr W. R. Westley as a disinterested musician were given partic- ular recognition to at lake's.Creek lust; night, when the:band,-of which'he has' been leader for a considerable tinier en- i tertained him nt a social; tho'function: biking place at the Lake's Creek Hotel.! We say a " disinterested " musician, be- ' cause Mr Westley's evor ready willihgncssf to give bis aid in- public at concerts and' other'reunions, für charitable as well as' social purposes, is well-known and-fully appreciated,in Rockhampton;. Under Mr Westloy's conductorship-tho Creek Ba...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

EOR true flavor and »roma, KANDY" KOOLA "CEYON TEA' cannot be surpassed. BURNS, PHILP & COY., Ltd., agents. INGESTIVE, Palatable » nd Rrfmkinc. " KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA. llb and bib tine. BURNS, PHILP <ft Cor., Ltd., Agents. , FIRST Shipment-Near NOISELESS " PR1MÜ8 " 8TOVE8 just landing, call and see at TAYIAK ann Boss. KANDY KOOLA CEYLOX TEA _ : has been tried and acquitted of con; raining any - properties - injurions ito digestion. BURNS, PHILP & Co», Ltd., AgetUa. EStabhsMUfg.* I rtJilAtJ O UNIVERSAL ...i89o...ff n).LLnnun Importers ai)d \ Grocers, lroi)n>oi)gfj"s ' \ -AND MtptorS. j gfptral Mtrcbapts CoipioiSs-OQ at)d FowrdpgAgtpts. Cheap Family Drapers, Outfitters, Mercery,'Boots and Shoes. &P£CimltiE£ i Hau», Baçoo, Frtsb Böttfr, Cbtcst, Rolled Oats, j By ?*try *Ktvi*Liiti»¡F¿ut0f5 ocióos HafTCorp, Cbaff, Brat), Pollard i Steamer. SBÍS.0><(KAM', AND "GOLDEN" PURE CEYLON TEAS PRICES AND.PATTERNS FREE ON APPLICATION. ALL ORDERS...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Gun Competition, CAPTAIN DRAKE HIGHLY PLEASED [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

Gan Competition, CAPTAIN DRAKE HIGHLY PLEASED Captain Drake inspected the Cairns Nava Brigade at tho Drill Shed at 8 o'clock o Taesday evcuing last when he was receive with a general salute hy thc corps. ' Ther was a mutter of .18 men all told, exclusive c 8 men in the - Dredge Platypus at Cooktown , who were inspected hy the Captain oi Fiiilay eveniug last 26th ultimo. Firs I .class Petty.Officer II. Miller was in charge After inspfictiug the rank* Captain Drak informed the corps that he would no detain them as-he had no intention o making a full inspection but. tint as usual he was prepared to see any PcttjT Officer o m in who. had any matter to*Swig - before him. He then add estell the parade a follow* :-"With regard to . competition ¡ auch as that which I have been asked ti judge to niülit, I may express my opiuioi that they are most useful both in furthering the efficiency of the corps and in keeping u| the interest of the public and tho officer! and men themselves, besides enc...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

. The Homeward Bound miñe at the Hodg- ! . kin son is still under offer (and exemption) to a : southern furn. The sale of this- propel ty is taking a long time to complete, though what the bitch is, if there be any at all, wc cannot The C.S.R. Coy's wharf at Hambledon - wants head and stem piles fixed, as at present there is no convenience of the kind lor steam- ers which call there The Lucinda .Point 'wharf also requires similar piles. ; ? . A curious point in Swedish criminal law is that confession is necessary before a capital . sentence can be carried out.. If, however, thc culprit persists in protesting his inrocence in the face of overpowering evidence, thc prison discipline' is made extremely strict 'and severe, until the desired confession is made. Mr J.;M. Forbes, Sub-Collector of Customs in Cairns, left on Friday night last by .thc ' Adelaide for a two months' holiday trip in thc -South. During his absence, Mr Smith,- Re lieving Customs Officer, will take hispíate - Mr Smi...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 December 1897

TO 8TAND THIS SEASON £. WATSONVILLE. jt^N CALOOLA! By Disowned, brother to Oudies, winner ol many mee» ; from Mien Rose-, berry, lister to Lady Roseberry ; by Irish j Kin«, from Grace Roseberry, by Angler, from Rosemary (Imp.). ? I Disowned, by Albany (han.) ; from No Name, by Traducer (Imp.), from Emma. Thia hone his two croases of Stock- well, one of Fisherman and Touchstone blood, so that his breeding ia equal to.j anything in the Colonies. CALOOLA is a rich Chestnut, standing! nearly sixteen hands; with good bone and substance, and should get superior Hacks J'-or Hunas suitable fur the Indian Market' TEMMUM 10B. : 8eaaoa to commence In NOVEMBER, 188?. and finish 31ST JANUARY, 1898. AU cate taken of Mares, but no rc aponaibility. All Few. to : be paid on removal of j Mann. Foe fart har particulars apply -I.B. LKIN8TXB, Watsonville. TH1MBW SAUCI.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Meeting at Georgetown. SENSIBLE MR. MAXWELL. NO RESOLUTION CARRIED. GEORGETOWN STOREKEEPERS HALT. RIGHT ABOUT TURN. AND RETRACE YOUR STEPS. NOT YET TOO LATE TO AMEND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

Railway Meeting at George . town. ' ' 'SENSIBLE' MR. MAXWELL. NO RESOLUTION CARRIED. , GEORGETOWN STOREKEEPERS HALT. RIGHT ABOUT TURN/. ; AND RET'BAC E YOUR STEPS. NOT YET TOO LATE TO AMEND: j The meeting on Saturday ' night called to hear Mr Beor's views on the extension of the railway from Croydon to Georgetown was a very tame affair (says the " Mundic ") and as we ex- pected, nothing fresh was elicited. As Mr John Lacy, Chairman of the Ein- asleigh Divisional Board and Progress Association was unable to be present, Mr James Fulton was called upon to preside. After Mr Beor had been in- troduced to tho meeting, at which there were about fifty present, he ex- plained that he was-not exactly there as a delegate, but as business had called him to Georgetown he had been asked to put the views of the Gulf Railway League before them. Mr Beor then enumerated the advantages to be derived from raihvay* communi- cation, as causing cheaper and quicker transit, inducing more population and cap...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

£100,000,000 -, ÜHCLA1MED. * , VU : DOUGALS REGISTERED MST. CONTAINING NAMES of SO.O0O V -1 ; Families ; advertised for,, to claim property and money aince 1700. Price ls U, port fros ^ Every- asan and woasan aaoald bay this book, as iaatrao táoaa ara given bow to recover proyart* front Chancery. DOUGAL * CO., 62, Strand,-l/Hidon, FogUod. Katabhahed UM. A fort ans asay await yon. «Tbii aook can now be obtained frota W. C. Rigby, Adelaide ; Gordon and Gulch, Melbourne and IS. tabsar ; Geo. Rotortaua tV Co.; Melbourue, Sydney, ; Adelaida tad Britbaa*.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ministerial Supporters. CONGRATULATORY TELEGRAM TO THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

Ministerial Supporter». CONGRATULATORY TELEGRAM TO TBE GOVERNMENT. À representative awl .enthnsiastii mooting of Ministerial supporters wai held in the office of Mr. A. J. Drape! yesterday morning to consider a telegran to be tent to the Government re the sue cessful passing of the' Chillagoe Lint Bill. Mr. Draper said " as the originator ol thia iticeting I may explain that I thought, after tho.action which the Government have taken over tho^Mareeba-Chillagoc line, that we,Vs supporters of the Govern- ment should in some way .show our ap- preciation of the stand which they have taken over the question. Cairns has been looked af ter by the Government for many years past such as few districts in the colony have been, and although we know that the help given us has been on account of our immense natural resources, still many districts that claim equal resources have not received so much aid from the Government. Let us. glance over the good things which have fallen into our lap; there ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

ARRIVALS. December 2.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, from Townsville, via ports. Pas- sengers : Messrs Middleton, Sargeant, White, Callender, and 4 in the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 2.-Arawatta, a, Captain F. G. Lee, from Southern ports. Passen- gers : Miss Walton, Mrs Wriede, Messrs Wriede, McLuckie, Rosenweig, Shirley, Ussher, Horton, Scott, Jackson, Murphy, and 7 in the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 2.-Guthrie, s, Captain H. Craig, from Southern ports. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 2.-Franklin,- s, Captain Irving, from Southern ports. Mrs J. W. Davies and 2 children. Miss M. C. Hort, Captain A. E. King, and 8 in the steerage with 42 Kanakas. J. G. Fearnley, agent. ? December 3.-Warrego, s, Captain J. B.S.Medley, from Northern and Gulf ports. Passengers : Mr "Atherton and 5 in tho steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 4.-Arawatta, s, Captain F: G, Lee, from Cooktown, via Port Douglas. Passengers : Me...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coffee. A TRIBUTE TO CAIRNS MANUFACTURED COFFEE. "FIT FOR ANY MARKET." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

Coffee. A TRIBUTE TO CAIRNS MANUFAC- TURED COFFEE. "FIT FOR ANY MARKET." As the remarks made in the report by the Under Secretary are brief we give them in mil:--'Considerable activity has been dis- played in the formation and cultivation of coffee plantations, notably at Cairns and Mackay. In the latter district an additional 20 acres has been planted, and two planta- tions of 25 and 30 acres have been formed. The applications for young plants and for .seed from the nurseries have been many, and enquiries have been received from England and India for infoamation concerning land that is suitable for . coffee growing. Judges who bave tasted the Cairns' coffee pronounce it to be an article fit for any ; market, and. judgments such as these open np great fields of industry, for with coffee alone there, is a great demand. We have the land to grow it upon, the climate that suits it. and are free from the leaf disease that has destroyed the industry in Ceylon and elsewhere."

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEPARTURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

DEr-AItTÜRTS. December 2.-Arawatta, s, Captain F.1 G. Lee, for Cooktown, via Port Douglas. Passengers : Mrs Smith and 2 children, Misses Mnckin and Kearn; Messrs Shirley, McLuckie, McDonald, Coulton, Outridge, and 4 in tho steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 2.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, for Townsville, via ports. Passengers : 3 in the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 2.-Colac, s, Capt Stewart, for Southern ports. J. G. Fearnley, agent. - Dscembcr 3.-Guthrie, s, Cap'ain H. Craig, for China ports. Passengers ; 15 in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co, agents. December 3.-Warrego, s, Captain J. B. S. Medley, for Southern ports. Pas- sengers : Mrs McMah and 2 children, Rev. Father Coleman, and 2 in the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. December 4.-Franklin, s. Captain Irving, for Southern potts. Passengers : Mr J. Fox, and 3 in the steerage. J. G. Fearnley, agent. v December 5.-Arawatta, s, Captain F. G. Lee, for southern ports. Pass...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Married by Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

Married bj Telegraph. A marriage of thc most unique description was celebrated recently, the bride and bride- groom being some '6000 miles apart during the ceremony, ft was in fact a marriage by proxy, with the aid of the cable. The bride was a lady residing in Amsterdam. The bridegroom was in Pretoria. AU arrange- ments having been made, and thc difierence between Pretoria and Amsterdam time having been allowed for, so that the- contracting parties knew at a given moment where each other was, the groom and his friends met at the Hotel Kruger, while the bride with her friends awaited the commencement ol the cable ceremony in her own home ia Holland. A cable had been run into the bridegroom's room at the hotel, and a similar was per- formed in Amsterdam on behalf of the bride. The commencement of the ceremony was a cablegram from the bridegroom saying he was ready to commence the ceremony, whereupon thc friend in Amsterdam, to whom he had given a power of attorney to act as his proxy...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

'MOVEN mm. . ."... The Palmer,'e. from-Townsville, vis ' ? ports, U dae this morning and will have prompt despatch for the South. The Naiad and Lass O'Gowrie from Townsville, are due on Wednesday morning next. The Fearless, labor vessel, is still in the harbor but will leave on a recruiting cruise to the Solomons on Saturday. The Duke of Westminster, _ Q.R. M.S., leaves Brisbane for London, on or about the 18th January. The Wodonga, a, with thc weekly mail from the South is due here this morning. The Tegliaferro, s, from Brisbane is due I "on Friday. The Allinga, s, from Southern ports, is due hero to-day. The Cintra, s, leaves Sydney to-morrow and Brisbane on Saturday for Northern ports. . The Franklin took 250 tons Hambledon sugar and 30 tons Mulgrave sugar and the Colac took 186 tons Mulgrave sugar. Mr ' J. G. Fearnley is agent for tbeae^biKits. 3; .- The Changsha, s, for Hong Kong will leave this port to-night.'. r The Palmer, s, leaves for Townsville this morning at 10 o'clock....

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Dec. 9,1897. From Our Point of View. THE MAYOR AT FAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

** MORNING POST." "Ntithtr by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alonep ? niitUy Itoalnt. Pto. 0,1887 From Our Point of View. THE MAYOR AT FAULT. It is to be regretted that the Mayor of Cairns so far bothered himself and his i honorable office as to in any way publicly protest at last Tuesday's council meeting against the action of the local Labor paper which last week in effect accused Aid. A. J. Draper nf having in his position as Mayor and Chairman of a public meeting, wilfully lied, when he decided that the voting on an amendment moved by Mr. T. Givens, was adverse to that gentleman, and in favor ' of the motion-in other words that the declared number of 52 for and 68 against the amendment was wrong, the correct figures according to the addi- tion of the "Advocate " being 56 for and 48 against. The Mayor would have acted much more in keeping with the wishes ' of the ma- jority of the ratepayers had he simply ignored the despicable mis-statement of the paper referred to, and thereby...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Events. Summary of Events advertiaed in the "Post" will apprer under this heading each issue. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

Coming Eients. SuâaBwryof Efcnt* tiv-etiiift] íuthe "Post" wil mpp+r tinder this headinf cmch íatoe. December 10-/. V. ¿. ?. " Tenden close" for addition to Freshwater School house. Separation Day. Annual meeting Chamber of Commerce. December H.- . Entries close for Johnstone River Races. A. J. Draper nell« Abbott and Lake-street allotments at hi« wart. December 25- . - Tenders elute for purchase of "Elsie" Battery at J. Cairus'othce. . December I 4 - ' St. Monica's School musical entertain- ment. December I7- - , Tenders close for building two Government offices. Cairns. . December 18- ; A. J. Draper's sab of 20 horses, 2 drays' furniture tea, icc

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 December 1897

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