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RUSSIAN MURDERS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
TÎ.USSTAN MURDERS. LONDON, Friday. Anarchists at Sebastopol robbed and murdered the senior magistrate and his wife. The days cf disagreeable, harsh medicines are past, and . Chamber- lain's Tablets top the poll ns the most pleasant to take, mildest and gentlest in effect, safest and surest in their result. Try them mit time you need a purgative, and you will be moro than pleased. For sale by all chemists and storekeepers.
THE FIJIAN CRICKETERS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
THE - ?FIJIAN CRICKETERS, SYDNEY, Friday. Tho match between tho Fijian cric ! ketors and a New South Wales "team concluded tó-day;-the,latter winning by 308. nins on the "first -innings. The home team carried their total to -i-UV and dismissed the visitors for 132. New South-Wales in their second in- nings scored 138 for the loss of onc wickot. Sir. fî. V. Allen, manager af the Vï- :'' jinn team," has .decided -to -take 'tre ' team to Brisbane to play a match there on January 1st and 4th.
Rubber Cultivation. INTERESTING COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
Rubber Cultivation. INTERESTING COMPARISONS, Mr. Randolph Bedford ia a series of descriptive articles on Papua, thus refers to rubber cultivation, and draws interesting , comparisons be- tween our lands und those on the Sogcri, New Guinea. Thc Sogeri lund (writes Mr. Bedford) can best be likened for productiveness to tho jungle lands of Atherton, south-wost of Cairns, which lands aro worth from £7 to i'll) an acre virrin, with; tho advantage ol' tho comixirison to Sogeri. 1 visited thc Queensland Government Experimental Farm at Kamerunga, near Cairns, where a number of Para trees and Ficus elás- tica were planted eight years ago. These are now tnppahlo, and yielding from llb. to 21b. of rubber ->er tree per annum, yet they are a very little larger girth than Para and Ficus elástica trees of half their ase at Sogei i. Rubber in thc countries of its Origin, grows) in latitudes to 20 deg. south, in temperatures from 50 deg.. Fuhr, lo 110 deg. Fahr., and in rainfall from 30in. to 150...
THE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
THE MAIL SERVICE. In connection with thc report af the sub-committee on tho Bingera, mail secvicc Mr. Sturt stated that it had been decided to draw dp a peti- tion and send copies roundito all the various lecal authorities in the north for signature. Wien tho cop- ies were returned they would be for- warded on .to Brisbane as an acceler- ated mail service was absolutely es «.ñtialt I DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA 1 TÏON far RHEUMATISM.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
CORRESPONDENCE.. Included in tho correspondence wore tho following items : From Mr. Bamford, M.H.H., stat- ing thut tho question of a travelling post office on the Cairns railway hus not been lost sight of, and thc Com- missioner was having an estimate of the cost prepared.-Hoccived. From Howard Smith Company ack- nowledging receipt of resolutions re- lative to Increase of freights carried at a meeting ol the Chamber laid on 15th November, and mentioning that tho text of such resolutions hu vc ljcen forwarded to Brisbane for conr siderotion. Messrs Burns Philp and [Co., and tho Adelaide Co. also wrote I conveying the same information. I Received. * , II From...th&lt;s .Secretary, of ,tho Cairni VA... P. and M.- A^ocia'tlcni asking co í operation in approaching tho Govern ra#nt for a State, Farm ior the die trict. ;.'-v.^^ívíí'-.írv-'. ??: .'? It was decided to endorso tho ap plication of the Association ant make representations accordingly tc thc Minister for Agriculture. . ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
K X K ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ X , x x , ? Tho whole ol the Christian world will shortly bo-- ? ^ . -¡ extending the hand ol friendship', peace and good- -v H -.-will and wishing all and sundry ?».? ? X K X )T -¿THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. ~- ^ Jr ??? ' ' . -The giving and receiving of appropriate and Sea- -. ^ X - sonable Gifts will be the order of tho day, and - \ X' K 2 JT- . a.--- to those seekers after tito new-tho beautiful-tho - &lt;H K -, X jr --- im«pen6ivp-and useful, our present complete * - - ^ W * X rV .i.'. - i, _- allowing of Chrstmas Gifts will come as a rove-y - ???-\ ' / í i ^ . ö, . . y , .»? ?-- We say truthfully that ' wo.have never before -- Tß\ \T X X . ----. opened up such exquisit Jewellery Goods x c ?-? ??? Tho whole of our Shov» Cases and. Windows , . --- . . ^ K ' X --?-~- simply, scintillate with Bright and Kew . -'-:-* : ^ X -!- CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS. . _"" ""'-?- 3 £ - : . 4 ^ - --?-. We can flt.your fancy and-your, pocket. > ., »-s^- .--¡-Í- SA ...
DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
DEATH. The sad news comes from Chilla- goe of the death there during the &nbsp; week of Mr. F. Hughes, atsistant &nbsp; &nbsp; accountant to the Chillagoe Co., from &nbsp; consumption. &nbsp; &nbsp; LECTURE POSTPONED, &nbsp; We are asked to state that the first aid lecture set down for to- morrow afternoon will not bo held, it having been, postponed for a week. . &nbsp; &nbsp;
"NOT UNDERSTOOD" [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
"NOT UNDERSTOOD'^-' That pathetic little poem of T.)H:; Urackers we ail know well, .and ; our. dife'B experience testifies .to /the ? truth of every word. There is anoth er poem "not understood" and that ia the "Great Yoghee Nitibur"-a" poem of comfort and relief. This- is .unknown, to many poor sufferers and not understood by those who don't suffer any more than is the discov- erer. But they had better take time by the forelock, and understand that it is the name of the- Crowning Point " ;in Liniments, rarely failing to give ease even where it does not effect a perfect cure. If it does not, nothing will. So, when you get Rheumat- ism; Sprains, Stiff Joints, or any sort of pain try Great Yoghee Niti- bur Liniment, and you will under- stand ita value. It is only 2/6, but is worth, ita weight in silver. The Great Yoghee ""Ointment, too, i»U»t be understood to be the best yet pre- pared, and only 1/6; and the Great Yoghee Cachets are the best thing for bronchial troubles-price, 1/6 per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
Visitors to Brisbane Will" find every COMFORT and CONVENIENCE" "li '\ Miss'" WILLS' , UNION CLUB '.. ' C1IAKLOTTE ST; . 50 yards from now Lands Office in George Street, and 100 yards from Botanical Gardens. It stands secluded in its own magnificently shaded grounds. Is retired and select. \ .- v SPECIAL" ATTENTION TO CUISINE. ' LIMITED, "J APARRA" Silk . Oilskin Coats. 40s. GUARANTEED í ¿ for 2 YEARS not " to stick c* _\,~ water to penetrate Two Shapes for 'r~ Walking or Riding, -/ Most excellent par ment and ,tvcry light weight'.' ., BRISBANE AND TOWNSVILLE. Oh, Look ! is the daily cry heard. So you would say if you onlv looked in at The PANTECHNICON and saw thc host of'Novelties and Toys SPECIALLY SELECTED. Direct from tho leading Continental and other Markets. The finest and "best selection in all lines ever seen in Cairns. SPECIAL PTUZE DISTRIBUTION (see handbills for particulars), THE EANTECEENICON, Abbott .St,, .Cairns* Here is a Vast Difference In Goods at the Same Price ! Tw...
EDISON ON TRUSTS. A FEW OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
EDISON ON TRUSTS. A FEW OPINIONS. During- a recent interview, Mr. Kdi son showed-he hud a great use ior trusts and millionaires. He said:- . "If thesStandard. Oil Company''were to b"è: divided 'up - into a hundred -dif- ferent proprietorships and manage- ments to-day,"-refined ? oil would be selling .for 25 per cent, more within 10 years.- I, ha ve bought lubricating 011 for 21 dollars a ton, and, with all my knowledge of the teehniyue, 1 cannot sec how it can be made at thut price. , ' ; "I believe that if all manufacturing businesses that haw been merged in- to great central systems should b* forced back into their original units of organisation, most of the products of industry would cost 25 - per cent. moro^actually :.ta~miüu!\tha3wwaj,ciui. üuy them' lor "uaw. r> J,- - - '- ^' : "Take '. two- large manufacturii.g works .: competing- -with each ; other. Oncvis managed by a man who is« a logical thinker, tho other by a man who is not. Now if competition is close, the thinker i...
AN AUSTRALIAN IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907
AN AUSTRALIAN IN LONDON. English files lo hand yesterday give an account - of an Australian visitor to :ljondon describing himself as "William"Brown, gentleman and-far- mer of-' Brisbane, Queensland," who lost his pocket book, which confined three £5 notes and a draft on 'an Australian bank for £2000, soon af- ter his .arrival. Proceedings were in- stituted against a companion,. and during the hearing of the. case it transpired that" the Australian was wearing at' th« time of tho loss, of, Iiis book a/valuable gold, .watch ; and. chain, alUminona rtag-^iwortfasi11"-40'; anet a diamond. stwU- «nd . -pin 'worth moro. ? . .-.