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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] THORNBOROUGH, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. [fEOjI ÜITíL OWN i-OaBSSrONDE.ST-7 THORNBOROUGH, M.vucii 12. The publie here express great indig- nation at the action of the Divisional Board in sending a delegate with the Port Douglas deputation, as the in- terests of the Hodgkinson will be best served by the railway being constructed from Cairns to Herberton. The repre- sentative selected was also unpopular. Athletic sports are to bo held on St. Patrick's Day, and £20 has already been publicly subscribed, to be dis tributed in prizes. Sir. Mayou is rapidly recovering from the effects of his late serious accident.

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Victoria. MELBOURNE. MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

.. Victoria. - MEUÎOUKXE. MAitcii 7. Australian Cup.-Result: Morpeth 1, Sweet M'illium -, Le Grand :3. M \ neu 12. Champion Race.-"Result: Le (Jrand 1, Off Colour 2, Couuuotiun 3. Martini Henry was beaten after first milo, and came in last.

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New South Wales. SYDNEY. MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

New South Vals«. S VII V EV. M viten 12. The prïf.."«"-' .?!? u^>«l willi Imn; * con netted in the Waterloo ti.i;edv have been found not guilty, and dis- charged. The man Coonan, «ho aceidentallv shot the barmaid at the llvde L'arfc Hotel, hat. been sentence I to one ¡ ear's imprisonment, and two years for steal- ing the revolver. Hanlan has arrived at Auckland, und lias offered to row any one in .\ir»tral* asia lie ia expected to arrive bent shortly. Laycock is not expected to be wt'Il enough to meet him, but Trickett is anxious to row him again.

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MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq, P.M.) March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. (befops W. K. O. Hill, E=q, P.M.) March li. Louisa Burke made application for a li- cense for the Newmarket Hotel, Abbott' street There'b»i»j no opposition the li cense was granted - .:.'-'

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Cable Messages. (.FROM OL'lt OWy COHUEBrOVKKNTS.) Cawopaaa Motts. LONDON, Makch 11. Use French forces are making an advance upon Bacninh. The Chinese regard thuj a* an act of hostility towards China. The Femana have issued s threat to murder the Marquis of Lansdowne. The French Government have given instructions to the Governor of New Caledonia to invariably ask for the ex- tradition of escapees from that island to Australia. The French Ministry ha.ve determined to pass the Récidiviste Bill and resent the interference of Australia.

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LAND COURT. (Before R. T Hartley, Esq., ActingCommissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

LAND COURT. . .' (Before B. T Hartley, Esq,, "Aetfag CoLumissioiier. John Jackson Fallon - Application for conditional selection of 55 acres oil til«; Th<WaboMUgh-road. Conditionally ap- proved, William Anderton-Application for home- stead selection of U*> acres on the Mulgrave» road. Application approved. History says that Eve first tempted Adam, bi$ wu hovg never hei-rd her story, "' Have you, tato-1 ^ï remedy r " asiôd a physician of a, sick norocm. w'aoui he had be¿n called to visit »'No," -ajl the patienr, " I h.i.v.m t taken auy remedy, but i"ve taken lot* of doctor's 6tuff." " Why, do you niu-ter in th.t way when, yon read '( " a.ske.i 4. "M11 °*iia °^ »og» who, sat mu,mblin^ o?ar a .n¿.Tspaae.\ -Lio«. ofljjht I ta read, «ah ?" **JJJV« r<"'1 *"**" ! out moving your lips," " "Tai good would i daj sortes ridin'nu nie, for I »>nldn't he.i a I it? When I reads I wanster read so I i-m j hv,aii what Tse reodin' 'bout,*'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Birth. LEVIS.—March 5, at her residence,     Emeral Park, Cairns, the wife of C. Levis, of a daughter.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

AUCTION SALE u iiiu« Mir saturday" afternoon. at J u clock .SATUKDAY AITEKNOON, at 3 o'tlotk AT THE ADC 11 ON M AKT, On account of scierai owiieis TO BE SOLD W11HOU V ANY RESERVE The public must will know by this time that all my unrescived s di s are b/inn fide. J Olly MACNAMARA, Government and Ceneiid Auctioneer, Canns, H is lucentd instimtionB to bell, lit his Auc- tion Mart, on -Saturday Afternoon, at 3 oclock* the tollowiug line ot dooils, which will be on JUbputUon on the daj ol Bille 1 RICH »K4WÍM7 JiOOM SUITE OP J! U-leN 11 URE, oouHistinif of Couch, Easy Cb nr, Ladies' CLuur, TiV Latnat, nuil mix (. Ulura. L 1 rioillilu lltOhOA-lLll nuil ^lu-tl-reB« ** 2 Í able» "" <î Ch lire 2 Huies Pi une Luetrne Hay J Hides Punic Outen Chaff 1 AVeighmifMaehiue, (oniplete JO W itei Jnjs, 11 uitiiiilly eli isca 12 Vast s, idl elegant piuttrns ] Cojijiug Press, Also, 1 Sill. Ddid " Litíliliunií " STOVE, complet»-, whit h wa» pmclmsed a few weeks lack it a eubt of ¿uine ^'Illili i...

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Hospital Meeting. Tub committee of the :i1hj\o institution held I their usu.il monthly lneclim; at the Court Hou3u on Monday last. Present -Messrs R X Hartlcy (»n tim c-lmir). l'aticnct. Hook, Soutliex-duia Ryan.mwl LtauiçliMi. read and confirmed 'lhe surgeon's and wardsinan's reports were rend, showing th it during the mouth six patients lind been admitted, three dis- charged, ind th it ten still remamed under treituieut, of these thiee «tie female and «even male pitients Dunny the iiuu. peiiod one death h id oeeuned, an aboriginal girl On the motion of Mr Pitienei the lepoits wcie received Air Patience called attention to the eise of a Kin ika boy who had been in Hospital suite tile 1st December 1 ist 1 his boy li id armed m a labour si hoouei for Airs Paikcr h pi mt it mu 1 ist December, but was too ill lo proceed there, and hud been m the Hospital cvel since 4s the owners of the ship wcie liable for the expense of the bojs tie itment, he proposed th it an account o! the txpi nse...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1884. The Railway Route. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

$t\\c ttairnfi Qohí. THURSDAY, 3IABCH 13, ISS4. j. TheBaiiway Route. Ocb contemporary of Port Douglas in an article published hi last Thursday's issue, labours hard to disparage the plums of Cairns to the railway bj making uee of a paragraph which ap- peared in the Post commenting upon the bad state of the Cairus-Herberton road consequent on the recent -heav y rains.'- -After fpajing a tribute to nature and dilating at length upon the inscrutability of her ways, he asserts that she alone holds the right of de- ciding upon the route to bo taken by the Herberton railway, and that the decision has already been made in favour of Port Douglas "With all due respect for the veracity of our con- temporary, we cannot accept this asser- tion without some evidence, or at least the production of Ins credentials from Dame Nature, to use her name. For our own part we think the influence of nature over the decision has been ei naustedin the elimination of Mourilyan Harbour from the contest, and th...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Local Items. We understand that the manufactured material to be used in the erection of the new Court House will leave Brisbane in a few day's timo, '"<rl that no time will be lost on its arrival here in proceeding with the build- ing. The Bev. Mr, Nobbs left by the mail steamer on Saturday night last for Towns- ville, whence he ia expected to return in about a month's time. The absence of Mr. Nobbs is due to the unfinished state of the chirrnh, whiuh is not expected to be completed for that period. Among the changes in our official and social circles during the past week have been the return of Kr. and Mrs. Hartley and family, and Messrs. Macwhirter, J. Swallow and j?. Derham, from the South, aid the departure thence of Mr. and Mrs. llenan and Messrs. T. Swallow, H. Derham, W. J. Chard, and the Kev. Mr. Nobbs. We note by the Govebnbent Gazette, of the 1st instant, that another wharf sitd of aSiS^ïfpiftr^ïire Tfßsefañnnárréritis* fixed at £7 per annum, and the tepm of Uja...

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SHIPPING[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

«aM~ea~aaawaa»awaJ»~ ?? i nj SHIPPING, ARRIVALS. Maren 6 -Maranoa, s s., Capt. Hampton, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Taylor, Messrs. Taylor, Mae whirter, W. P. Burton, and 4 in steerage. -,. March 6.-Elamang, s s._ Captain Munro, from Sydney, via Brisbane and poet3. Paj .fieng r -Mrs. R. T, Hartley, 4 i&ldvjn nnd seivu'nt, Messrs. li. T. Hartley, H. Selig, J. Ssolkw, F. Derhain, W. S. Hanwood, C. » Rani^y, and 2 in steerage^ SMarch S_-ÇPentworth, s.S., Capt. Banks, from Sydney, via Brisbane snij ports. March's.-rM'itciuji,'sm,, Capjt. Hampton, frffji Go.çfctown. Passenger-1 in steerage. _, March S^rElajpang, s.S., Capt. Munvj, /roni Cooktown. Passengers-Messrs. W. M'Lean, Alexander, acd.l in steerage.« March 10.-Miranda, from Port Douglas. March 11.-Tannadice, ss., Capt^Green, from Hong- Kong, vip. Cooktown.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

IMPORTS. ?. . . ' Ex Maranoa^-From Sydney : 1 cass gal- vanised iron, 1 do lead nails, 2 do peas, 5 do flrapery, 1 truss do. -From Brisbane? 12 bags potatoes, 2 cases onions, I keg-butter, 1 trijss baëf,n, í case cheese, 10 do jam, 15 do stout, 2 caaes, 1 pair bellows, 1 anvil, J. yice, 3 cases packages, 1 do glassware, J chairs, 1 ¿lo sundries, 1 lire iron, 9 bars do, G bundles 4,2 bars steel, 1 case package, 2 casts and I case biscuits, 20 bo^es candles, 6 oases milk, 4 do vinegar, 1 do parcel, 20 d> brandy, 40 trusses, 2 rolls matting, |17 t'unis, 2 casks bolts and nuts, 5 tiusses, ü trunks, 1 parcel watches. 2 do do, 1 case, 13 bags potatoes, 2 bags leas, 3 do onions.". 1 do bacon, 1 cask cotton waste. From Townsville r 2 canvas packages, 1 casa drapery, 1 canvas package. iTrom Cooktown ,. SO bags rice-, 10 irats do. Walsh an4 Co., agents.. Ex E¡auiang.-=SirQiii ¡lydnayi J trunk boots, 6 half cases fruits, 1 quaiter do. From Brisbane : 2 cases, 1 do mustard, 5 do peas, 1 eise...

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Our Brisbane Letter. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   EVERY day brings its own trouble, and every week seems to bring its own political squabbling. This week the fun has been fast and iurious, and the papers are in it up to their necks. On Wednesday night last, in the Assembly, the Premier drew attention to an article which appeared in the COURIER's summary for Europe published that morning, and reflecting on the work   done by the Elections and Qualifica- tions Committee. The article, after commenting on the decision re the Burnett and Aubigny elections, said that the result of the Cook petition was a foregone conclusion, and that the committee would no doubt carry out the will of the Premier. This the Premier considered a breach of pri- vilege, and called it a scandalous libel, and then moved that the Attorney- General be instructed to prosecute Thomas Woodward Hill, the publisher   of the COURIER. The resolution, after an angry debate, was ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

CRUCKSHANK & CO., HORSE & CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, STATION, LAND, and GENERAL   COMMISSION AGENTS. Royal flers« Bazaar and Cattle Tarda, Comer Wlinàeva and Stokes Streets, Townsville. OiJL-e-Stikeo-stroet, uest Eoyal Horse- Bsuar. HE3ULAR "WEEKLY SALE3 OF STOCK, 4c, 4e" on WEPNE3DAY at II o'clock; and SATUR. DAY at II O'CLOCK, stëf GOOD SECURE. PADDOCK8, AU Stock ontrnstod to the undersigned for Sale will i e paddoeked Free of Charge, CÜU'JKSHANK and CO. WANTED known " l'as Caii.bs Post" is published every Thunnhiy. Price, li\bt paid in advapce, R. J. GORTON, Formerly of Townsville, Palmer, and Hodg- kinson Goldfields. GENERAL DRAPER, &C, ABBOTT4TXEET, CAIBHS. In thanking the residents of Cairns and district for their lib.nl support, begs J° assure them that his constant aim will be to retain their patronage by selling at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES, nnd by kcex>ing ONLY FIRST-CLASS GOODS, imported direct from houses that cannot be excelled for s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

THE NEW HAVEN HOTEL, ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS. MICHAEL FLANAGAN Has the pleasure to announce that the above Hotel is now open with every comfort and convenience. Nemo hut the bert article« «ill be used in Ax.cs> Wise», and Spirits, and every T HE ATJSTEALASIAX STEAM 3ÍAVI tíJU'IO-V COMPANY. The company's steamers leave this port every Thursday for Northern Fort*, and .>very Saturday evening for Southern Port-?. P.->r farea and rates of freight apply at the Ompany'a own effie«« at wharf. VOKNS. PHILP and CO.. Limited, Agents. THE S.S. " ZEÜS,"--C:iptain lnnea - Leave« the wharf every Thursday morning to meet th« ineouiini», und every Saturday evening to meet outgoing Mail Steamer»; slid leaves every Wednesday and Saturday mornings for Swallow's and Stew- art's landings. Open for eliarter and oscunaoas. BURNS. riIILP mnd CO. Agents. Queensland Uoal Baa, LVCORPOIUTED ÜXDEK " THE COM- PANIES ACT." 1*3. Bankes* fe» the Government of {¡««»aland. Subscribed Capital ... ... .£1,000,00...

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Battle of E[?] Ti[?], FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Battle of El Tib. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Intelligence has been received from Cairo of the decisive victory obtained on Saturday, (1st instant) by the British foruea. under the command of General (¡raham, over the rabel forces under the command of the Mahdi'« lieutenant, Osman Digna. The British force which counted uf 3000 infantry, 1000cavalry, 200 artillery, and the Naval Brigalc, with 2S guns, advanced in au oblong ¡square on Osman" Digna*« position. The enemy's forts, containing two Krupp-*, began ihe battle. The con- tending force of Arabs is estimated to have numbered 10,000, who fought in detached bodie», and repeatedly charged the British with marvellous bravery. Tho manouvres followed bv the British at the battle of Ulundi, in the lateZulij war. were repeated during the engage-. meat. The Arab'« forts, which were defended with tenaeitv; were finally stormed, the Krupp** and gatling gunn of the British creating great havou amongst the enemy. The Arabs wh>t slowly retired fro...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Our Neighbours. {FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.   HERBERTON. March 7.               We are still enjoying the luxury of rain, and the modicum has extended over 31 days. Of the quantity tallen the people are in a happy state.of ignorance, owing to the. Government not having attached to the appliances at the post ofiice a rain gauge or meteorological in- strument of any description. People here .would like to know the quantity if they could "read it in the papers, bnt they are a most contented community so long as they can cross the risers * and creeks without danger ; when these are impassable they ure quice satisfied with what has fallen without going into figures. I note by Wednesday's issue of the Her eertoíí Adveutises that tlie elections and Qualifications Committee have decided that Messrs. Hamilton and Campbell are the sitting members for the Cook Electorate. Well in default o...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Befoee D. Patience, Esq., J.P.) March 11. WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 13 March 1884

Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before D. Patience, Esq., J.P.) March 11. WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY. Ah Hee, Chinaman, was placed in the dock charged with having committed wilful and corrupt perjury during the enquiry into the cause of death of Ah Chun, on February 19 last. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. Tommy Young acted as interpreter. The sworn information of Thomas Kil- patrick, upon which the warrant was issued, was read over to prisoner. Constable W. Arundel, being duly sworn, deposed to arresting prisoner on the 10th inst., under warrant charging him with having committed wilful and corrupt per- jury. He read the warrant over to prisoner, who made no reply that he could under- stand. During the interpretation of the evidence prisoner, who has repeatedly denied ac- knowledge of the English language, inter- rupted the interpreter and asked to be allowed to speak for himself. On the application of Sergeant P. O'Sul- livan the prisoner was remanded for eight days for the production of witn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 March 1884

Spacial COISBBJU THE (QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP- ING CO., LIMITED. Í* ARCHER" is .due TO-DAY, 20th inst., from So,uth, and .will meet with inmedi- ate despatch' for PprtDquglas, and!Cóok¿own. WALSH ASD G.o., Agents. THE QUEENSLAND -STEAM SHIP LNG CO., LIMITED. ."ARCHER" will sail for SYDNEY, via Queensland Ports, SATURDAY, the 22ud inst.' .WALSH ÍXD CO., Agents, ^JEOEOE R. STEVEN and CO.'S LINE. If inducement offers, the " BUNINE " will call en route for Hongkong on or about : 20th instant. WALSH and CO.. Agents. TJEV.-E, T. LLOYD will (n.v.) preach on JA) Sunday next at Hambledon Plantation at 3 p.m, and in the 'Chnrch, Abbott-street, at 7.30 p.m.. CkozclÀ of England. "?/"klVINE Service will be conducted ou M-9 Sunday next, at 7.30 o'clock, in the Court House, Cairns. .

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