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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wednesday. The Minister for Linds will, in ac- cordance with .the provisions of the Land Act, sit with the Land Board Court at the further hearing of the Baldie Appeal case which commences to-morrow. This is believed to be only the second occasion since 1884, that it has been necessary for the Minister to take action, The Postmaster-General received a deputation to-day from the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce on the subject of a reduction in telegraph rates be- tween Queensland and the Southern Colonies. The Minister pointed out that the Department would have to stand the loss. He spoke also of nego- tiations which had taken place with the Southern colonies, particularly in the matter of sending long addresses. It was gathered that the question will be further inquired into at th3 Postal Conference in February next. The Conference of Premiers takes place in Melbourne on the 20th Julv. Sir H. Nelson and Sir H. Tozer will represent Queensland. Among the matters to b...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

The Thrifty HsüSíife:^ To Gel THE MOST XMAS DELICACIES (e.- ker Moaey ekótrs ker wùdoai ia Calaag a^G,Klr4YWS4CQ,

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

TAROS Mammt Uto* Improved I ii ," fy HITÉ " Sewiaf Maeeuime jam to Im»*}, Al »v» were gaeiirtee, ««Af ovAUirnn. A. TAIfM et lon. - . 1

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

Lovely taatels,3BI FRUITS, and all Delicacies suitable for XMAS.. SEA.SOX at.G. R. MA.YERS ac "CO., Lake Street.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

ONE Swallow, doesn't make a Sunnier, bat if TIM ci eerni rmeily «wallow one of Craijr'a Koianat Pick .ate ana, tropical kssstenQajutdea^vo*. M each.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court THURSDAY, 16TH DECEMBER. Before Mesara H. Monis and D, Shepherd, J-J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

Police Court THURSDAY, 16TH DECEMBER. Before Messrs H. Morris and D. Shep- herd, J-J.P. Nicholas Antoni, was charged with having committed an assault on one Andrew, an aboriginal, from the Yarra-bah Miuion Station. Andrew gave evidence to show that accused wanted a boy to go to the Russell in a cutter with him. Tho boy refused to go and witness told accused that that if he did not wish to go he (accused) could not take him. After some further words accused rushed at him, and in the scuttle that ensued accused thurst a knife into witness. The wound inflicted was not serious and did not bleed. Corroborative evidence was given by Jack Norman. Nicholas Antoni, the defendant, stated that he was at Watters' hotel from 8 o'clock till ll on the evening on which the affair was alleged to have occurred. He was not near the blacks' camp. The knife produced was not his.       ~ Atter further evidence was heard defen- dant was fined £1, including 3s 6d cost...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MY BEST GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

MY BEST GIRL. LOTS of maids are proud if wealthy - may be sickly, lean or stealthy, My sweet girl is plump and healthy - quite superior to self. Some are much attached to boating, flirting, shooting - even voting! Mine severely loves her doting sweetheart, otherwise myself. Girls there be who play the cymbal, races, mandolin, or tymbal. My girl's nimble with the thimble, yet she's all the world to me. There are others highly mental and a many transcendental - mine is loving, kind and gentle, as a vision fair to see. Not upon a Newport basis is the faith truelove embraces. Mutual trust our fondness graces - lasting, growing throughout life. Years of effort (more than twenty) yield us now a modest plenty - ofttimes dolce far niente. All these years she's been my wife.   GEORGE MOSS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

B0T<& BAY HiGES. Aw-o i-*MftX* HKJW. wàm* ^»"rl W»-< «ïfct «rs S* Mulgrave Jockey Club Firsts, Çlâàât;-''I!:ûnch -AT F ace-Course Hotel, RACE BAtl^JÄCE BALL ÂSelect DANCE will be held at the RACE-COURSE HOTEL on Boxing Nij htr'Eéfrcshrncnts provided. ,, flood Music, , and. a'right hearty wei come to all., .: vi ,: .1'The new!. Landlord '.hopes to welcome all I the'-'old' 'MulgraveSettlers together with ', the,''newer arrivals, lion Boxing Night. ' i A' real jolly evening promised. Messrs II. Eutmons (violin) and Miles (piano) will supply the ; music during the dance. " ? T¡"' j ,-::", - C K. JONES, - t< j ' t ?? Licensee Race-course Hotel. ' Christmas Cakes Baked. EWILLIS the Senior and Oldest Baker . in Cairns begatto notify the public general ly .that he will- "'T'. ' BAKE CHRISTMAS CAKES, Made at home from Customers own mat- erials, or will be prepared to make np Cakes, parties supplying their own ingre- dients, and bake same in first-clas...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The English Eleven Fixturet. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

The Engüih Elefen Fiituret. The following aie the fixtures of Stoddarts I AU EftgUmdHe»en¡:- :i ?{<?> -7 */. ^t<>i -l. ? Glen Janes v;»!> iM/sV'h" i>m-Nov.-iaa,'ii3^a BrisbaneCoaabuied team Nov.,|26, 27, « j ! ...?..{ ÍHi.it .CJ^H¡>"¡ üii'ii"« JO'; ;19'r .v-jiii; '?Toowoomba vv-'iHli ^¡-.,5 « vjtov:« 301 and ;i ! :Kii<.'n'ifii.rij«i<>).?it.-itiiii')i!i ir.'Dec; ütnuüi. 'Armidale'1 Majir* » i-x->l inHiDecrj.-^iJ; .>: Tamworth' .>.%<-. J-.>i<í -. ' ...Dec'6; 7' : 'Sydney.!.« ist test match .Dec. 'io, - ii; i j io «¡Í3-{ »di «».-od* riyiH VOÏ 543,-'14100.1 « 'Sydney .. University CG;Dec;117,18 " .R«herglen''K:!"i!« o^a^'iiVtcjivy-^ 'Wr«aÍ0l'T-:f ";, iblabtowKÍsiimDat. tT.'29"-^n 'Staéeil'oî ,.hui ïrsùtoot:':*$««-. 10,111" '<>; Adelaide ".'.»3rd»'test' mátch jant ^14, i'is,¡ I.j - jiiisnii-ixii-J air* jodi .r>=!¡i^f!rtv* í->¡' 'HaBultoo 'iis:':'-.' ) odJViöisd'.uo JiJak-'J...

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ST. BERNARD DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

' ST. BERNARD DOGS. " These, as is well known; carry means of résue to -.? stricken way-farer*. Wolfe's Schnapps carries1 ? with it 'health and robustness.1 ..".«;«*. Um> "'?m-t.'.-.i: « :»l -.."(H IJ-'Ill' iii >>SliIt.Tt¡l-. ,):,..-:

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PLUMP AGAINST A BIG FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

PLUMP AGAINST A BIG FACT. -It_isi, jint.pra|>etly-auy..part. of. ray business to enforce lessons in ethics ; therefore 1 commonly leave that re .sponailde taakribl w1it*é1 vocal ion jitisr But riían'"icnn>,é'8íititin the subject which, constitute»-, the bur (hüi ,of ilieaR aasaya ( without- now.and ? hen'running plumb against a' mighty fact in morals.' If'yon will be good enough to. read the, following , short letters I will then try; to ¡show why I, was moved to .sjieakns I hu ve spoken. ?.? ' " My daughter.A\inie'^ that young,girl's mother, .J'.now,. five years of açiv wasi a fine .healthy, child up to March 1891, when: she l«g«n to sicken? hud '", fal I" $.way.' .'.';' Slié;. had no appetite and every particle of food alie too\ came tip.'.. wShe-t lost ..i strength rapidly and within ii'fortnight ah« was thiii .aa','a "r rake) ! heirig'^'not:jiniich. e'se than akin .und., bone., .For. days. Hnd days she laid in a half-coasciom con- dition, scarcely moving hand qr foot/ and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

Fublio Notice. z\\\\ WE, the undermentioned Merchants I "and'''. Sföi|^epel^\:;of^Ca^sj Mareeba.,and Port ' Douglas, ''hereby J pledge ourselVes NÖT TO GIVE ANY ! CHRISTMAS-BOXES-OR-NEW | YEAR'S GIFTS this Season : .,. BURNS, MU* &^P. A .;;1T. KEKLYAI1 WllQ ,W. LENNON &CO. T. G. BLAKEY * '"> ' G R MAYERS M BOLAND \" , WALSH & CO i CAIRNS CO-OPER. STORE CO. | JACK & NEWELL A JACK ' WILLIAMS & MCCLURE. Cairns,16th November,. j 807. ¡ r rn For a cap of^FDelicious "Kara" ? 'Golden: (PUHL CEYLON ) ,,,, ''"' BEATS' THE WORLD. ir^is.imouco, TO . STAND THIS SEASON rV/f£r£/? K/if/£/-i SELECTION, The Well-bred'Weigbi-C^rrier Hack,! "HOTSPUR" _ ) ' Terms-il per mare. Walter Viviers wdl take charge of mares and, receive all fees > All ¡tarea moat be mnoT«d'!ay tba essd of February, and paM for. < " > i ? ' AU care taken but no rosponatbdity. v ' JAMES DAVIES _¿_i_i 'TIUIIC Hill -Writ« to 'aw fee ValaaoU lUUlQ, MLIlMFsWiWKfliaoerniagyoa...

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Rainfall on Frenchman's Ck. (RUSSELL RIVER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

Rainfall on Frenchman's Ck. .i- ^ElJSSELL.RiTER-j'' , ' t. lite following¡is^the rainfall for Novem- ber 1897, kindljr' furnished us by,the Hoiíl 1' 1 November lïth" .V.1..;,' '7..!,'', .Ó5in." '! .?it! ?' ri<;,irr"" ' ,42th' .'I'vV , 'tam'.'': ..?'ti ' ,:;" iir" ilatk: i..',;,"'':.'. 'Him.' ' ' ; >.a.. -i-,-'-' -rtótuV '."..",?.?:;.:'. .. -Tim.'' ?¡?in ." ' "17th ?;:.""".,."l'-37in/i ' ? ;h"" ,.,.". lSth ,... ,.",.-«in. , ' ..?'.>'< i "Mi.l.f . ^.;.Í9tU',:."lV,:;._\VM,,'-04in.'J"'.!' «rn i ."."?[..., í""»th; ,'. :'..'.':;;2im.,"""' ,;!ÍI ! ¡>>-Í» ...25th,..'. ....'.,' -0.">hi. . i i.,»" .fi:ri«-;2tith;. .'.:',::;¡".^.".,f03ui.,';,'l'-." ..¡f-f i ;,- ",..-. fir,¡'27ih.:,.'..", ,!.? ''.!' /22in. ' 'T ":|[; II .,>?;,;.; ,:;28tií, ':..¡,;';;,:'.';,i'ii8in." ";" .wu j í..,"i í,.'...29th'.;,";;:J..:- 2 i»lin.; ' «'!> j f..-!í,.noil.! .30th,,,...!"i'.,-T.¡X-17in-Vl,'."j j jtlko^sltv'¡ñ%».'.'"i'tÁ:.;8;M¡ru'!!,.,., ,pêcember 1st-Steady rain falling...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

S.S. "VICTORY," (SO Taw lag.) rPHIS 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 Attenduuce on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers . will be carried: j*' -, .... FAUR : 2s ft], Adults ; Children, la. BURNS, PHIL?"* CO., Ltd., AGENTS. -THE- " Adelaide Steamship v ¡COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Serrios BETWEEN CAIRNS AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA {VIA PÖR.TS). CAIRNS TO SYDNEY IN SIX DAYS. S.S. "Fwinklin." \".» OR lg» S.S. "Allinga." M% OR IgS S.S. "Adelaide." < J2 WILL be despatched weekly fron Fearnley*. Wharf For TOWNSVILLE -j o MACKAY .\ á BRISBANE È5 I SYDNEY 2 " NEWCASTLE § .5 ?MELBOURNE g f .ADELAIDE s " ' .WEST AUSTRALIAN t/5 JS PORTS. tn § .Transhipping at Sydney. J H Steamers leave Sydney TUESDAYS. Steamers leave Brisbane FRIDAYS, (for Cairns). CHEAPEST FARES AND FREIGHTS. For all particulars appl...

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Rice. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

Rice. Tliëïôllôwïrig paper wás~first"pub-' lished in 1888. In the light of the past nine years it is rather interesting. " Rice {Oryzasa/Í7ui) j^á:\í\ná^f-^n^ originally a nati^of^héf^ast^hd'íüíl'' but now cultivated in all quartcrs^of the globe wiíejéyet.,tbe;¡conditions of warmth andmoâture'àrësuitable^ It is a semi-trajiicàl plant, and requires much moiájune fat? certain times in its growth. ifVice contains, according to the viewVof chemists, in these days, à smaller amount of flesh-forming* sub-; stances than any other grain.'but a larger amount i'.of : heat-giving'. sab^ stances. As a, food; consequently, it is peculiarly suitable for-hotclimates. The consumpfen ofÄ^.is probably greater than that of "any^oiher grain ; it is, in fact, the chief article of diet of nearly half the;, population pf the globe. The population of , ,the world was .es- timated in; 1,876 at.i,42^,000,000, and as the population'of the rice-con- suming countries is, for India, ,say, 300,000,000,'ând' China...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

WHOLESALE & RETAIL ProvisioiL-, Mereliaiit, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. Tilt" '.' ROLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash, in tho Cheapest and If ll.- ]3est Markets of the World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Trofit, Cheaper than-any other House m Cairns. WffAT IS E BOLANDS STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly to all. parts of thc Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, . Fresh Supplies -Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week.. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. : HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Frûit Saûce PURITY, ' 1 herc is no - Animal ..Mattel whatever in Í rilli*- l< ? TÎÎCW . Sauce,: : lt bcmR . - A. Purely Fruit and "Vegetable Ctiudiment. PAPAIN. Tin Most Valuable ..Digestive tennent i ? Tho-,Extract of the Paw-Paw Kimi Juice (Tropical). . (See British Pharmacopeia;. ATTENtlON! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as ir is, by the almost ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

BEtaS .'to,.announce .to the Publio ot . Cairns that ho has now commenced business as A - LICENSED - YANMAN. Goods carted to »ll parts ¡of tho Town i and District at Lowest current rates. ' J, H. - Castle respectfully points' but that his experience in handling.}:: ; r ' furniture enables liinijto promise that he. will- . ."..VI.-, REMOVE FURNITURE from place to phce carefully and without damage'or breakage. ' Travellers Samples ' Attended to. Luggage from Trams and' Steamers care-, fully attended to. CASTLE meets all Trains ¡and Stoamora promptly.' Orders left, with him will'' , ' ibé .carefully.attended to. Loading ! from:' outside' parts of district undertaken. , Filling in of Allotments undertaken. Parcels called for and delivered to all '? parts of the town. JT. :Ö-aCMOPX«B LICENSED, YANMAN, Heids Cottages, SHERIDAN STREET, CAIRNS. rR true flavor and aroma, KANDY KOOLA CEYON TEA cannot be surpassed. .BURNS, PHILP & COY. , Ltd., agents. HAP WAH DAIRY W. J. MUNRO *m, Whol...

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St Monica's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

St Monica's Concert. The Cantata, entitled "An Iris May Day", given by the pupils of S Monica's School, in aid of the fund on Tuesday night, 14th inst, was a immense success. The Hall was s crowded with spectators that standin room could not be obtained. Tli stage was prettily decorated, and tl: children were letter perfect so far ; ~ their "parts-were " concerned. Whil not attempting a criticism from.eith« an elocutionary or musical point < view, it may truly' he said that th .- Canta ta-furnished-food-for-considei able thought on the part of th ^.audience,' and \ comments were, freel ' made throughout .the evening, rujio: ; the children and ? the Cantata itsell The Overture (Patter's Flying Dutch v!man) was .played Vin 'three pianos Iv '.Misses,E..;ML'Manus, T. Severin, V Prewett, A. Cohl, F. Fox,; and: P Fox. This was followed by tlié Sing ,'ïhg ' Bird 'Waltz played 'by "Misse: " ^Eileen .MçMahus, V. Prewett, and P ; Fox ".(pianos), . and A. 1 Cohl, Jobi Foster, James ...

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That Mines Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

that Mines Commission. Tn tliê House the other day a breezy little discussion took-place regarding the Mines Commission. - The Courier, says that when,the Mines t Estünates we're- pjres^ted¿k:Mr(Fbilp',;ra to the report bf the recent Commission! said thathè hoped .; next session to be" able to introduce a measure amending the, Minés ,'Act. Mr McDonald;' con- demned .what he termed the power.:ofj the Government to give patronage for political 'purposes, and moved '1 the reduction', pf the,item'by, ¿680. Mr . Gèogè ,Tiiprn¿'in .glowing terms, eulo- gised ithenwork .of the ! Commission, but Mr .Stephens came in as "a co'rretí tive,' and 'said ' thàt'it/ was1 demoralising that the Government should be able to piit on .'commissions'' their/poiiüqil opponents arid.thëir dissatisfied friends. Mr Stewart nvas:': rattling away> ati a good1 speed .< when; ;h'c tvas: disturbó] j .by-J an' ' ffitèrjécÂpn''from'^the; mcmoer! from ¡! Burke :, j, j Mir j Stew-art ?, said. that j Mr.,...

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FRANK FOSBERRYS LUCK [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 December 1897

(Xii WAS seated in the verandah JA '?? of the Madras Club, enjoy " "71 ing.a Tric'iinopoly cigar and a whiskey and soda, when I saw my old friend, Colonel Fosberry, enter. * I have been looking for you,' he said. 'I hare just had a legacy left me, which I want to transfer to you.' ' I hope it is not too heavy to carry, Colonel,' I remarked. 'No, Dighton, old man, but it is a responsible legacy. You re- member my brother, Surgeon Major of the 16th Lancers? Well, aoor fellow, after leaving Banga- lore he died, and his last wish was that his son Frank should be sent out to me. Now, in the name of common sense,' added the Colonel, 'what can I do for him? You know bow I am situated, waiting for orders to join General Sir Sam Brown at Bawul Pindi. The young fellow is a smart,'athletic boy, put he cannot- always be ~ foUowing me. ' Now,' I have an idea in my mind. He is anxious to iee jangle life, and I bave decided to make a coffee planter of him, as you are largely interested in estates,...

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