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General News. BUTTER TWO THOUSAND YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

General News. BUTTER TWO THOUSAND ? ? ? . - YEARS OLD. ? : An analyst to a well-known Sooth London biscuit firm'has had his abil- ities put to a severe test.' He. reei-iv cd a piece-of yellow substance for ex- amination; and ¡after 'a careful analy-" sis came to thc conclusion; that it'wW pure^ buttcr, though at least 2000 years old. " : As a ' matter of .fact, it had been takeit'by' archeologists from the heart.of the mummy of an Egyp tinn queen, and' has been used in the process of embalming.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MINING The Chillagoe Company. MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

MINING The Chillagoe Company. MINING REPOBT. " Mr- E: J- J, Hodda, mining man- ager Clnliagoo Co./ttd.; reportsX SmE^/"*1 Uh ^-.-.as folio«! _^llmanton,-01d-shaft: 350ft level: ^ast granite drive extended 20 feet _" ^" in¡h, ure increasing in sizu. . Erecting bins at new shaft. Ruddygpm-Deepening Xol -1 open cnn; showing good oro.; ^Developing . favourably from North drive stope aad No: 3 shaft. Excavating founda- tions for plant.,. ? Storing. pro until required. . < -; ? ! ' ? * Boomerang.-Bins filled, (with iron- stone and left for stock. Moujit : Lucy:-Shipping ironstone Bodybuilding railway line. ,. * Dargalong.'- Carting ore to smelt SMELTING RETURNS. Mr. James_Horsburgh, manager, -of the reduction works of the Chillagoe Co., sends the following report of smelting operations for thc month' of November:- " Copi«cr furnace, 17 days.-Treated: Chillagoo -.. ,oro,\ ,- -.948 tons; Chillagoe flux (AilfthldCB, il02 tons; ^ Munbinia 1 ore, 3Ó7 tons; purchased ore, 43 tons: le...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

PERFECT FEATURES are spoiled hy imperfect teeth The prettiest mouth loses its charm ii some teeth are missing and others are discolored or decayed. It is possible to have PERFECT TEETH They are daily made so at our ? .. , SURGERY. ; OUR .SYSTEM OF DENTISTRY is the most ^ successful and satisfac- tory. All patients are highly pleased with the quality of our work. A. W. McMANIS, (Late of Sydney), ABBOTT STREET CAIRNS. DRESSMAKING MRS. E. C. HACK (late of Towns- ville) begs . to advise the General Public that she has started busibess as Dressmaker and guarantees every J satisfaction. For full particulars apply to Mrs. Hack, Corner of Lake and Florence streets, op. State School, Cairns. Queensland Boarding House I and Restaurant. SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, ' .Opposite J. L. Rheuben's. LIZZIE MCINERNEY, Proprietress. a^vEreiy,.,Comfort. and Conrenienca. ^ '- .A Trial Solicited. THOMAS GRIFFITHS TIMBER MERCHANT, has also in stock handles for all purposes, in- truding miners, and navvies' axe,...

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LACK OF SEA OFFICERS. WHY MATES ARE SCARCE IN MERCHANT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

. LACK Ol' SEA OFFICERS, WHY MATES ARE SCARCE IN f MERCHANT SERVICE. The merchant service is just, now suffering' from a dearth of mates,, and the demand for competent and reli- able, men, .especially as second mat'es,' is in excess of the supply. As a. na- tural consequence, wages have risen wry considerably,-, and thc tendency is still upward, writes tho London " Tribune." '"' This lack of young officers does not of' course, affect the great passenger, liners; which have always more ap- plicants than vacancies, Imt the or-, dinary trading vessels are hard hit. 'Dy it : This applies especially to steamers. A man who has not got his " full ticket," or master's certi- ficate, usually prefers to do hi3 time " in sail." The wages are slightly less than * in steam," but there are compensations. One of these is that between his first and second examin- ations a budding captain must have spent' ono year at sea, and he can usually' just do this comfortably by signing'on for à long, voyage ...

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THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

"THE SEA SERPENT. l'Holrever?' newspaper.; writers '-may sneer'it-is for science to sift, end that íuseful iV: Aquatic ^Inquiry,-") is, doing good work in investigating tho case of the-well, what,sha, 1 we call it '?-the sea "'monster pf scrpentlike aspect seen off Greenland, in May last, from the vessel Éllinia. It is exactly 20 years since the Lord Com missioners of thc Admiralty received the famous official report from the captain of thc Royal; yacht Osboroe, respecting a large and unVxiown marj ino animal encountered oil-Sicily. f'l . myself "-wrote . Commander Pearson-" saw the fish through a telescope ¿ a seal-shaped head of im- mense" size, largo flappers; and part of a huge body:" Professor. Owen, in his: pronouncement on tho officer's narratif. Had this remarkable/ sen tencé-^" Although th©'; statements and terms applied may. be_ insufficient ij ' enable ? the naturalist. to recognise the subject thereof, they . afford gro- und for concluding that what was seen was an objec...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

No Money Wanted £5,0001MraSS?SJXSr«AWAY ??????????HnM (ORK Asawn ONLY IS ALLOWED) Havi You Brains and Enai-gy-If rn kaw npplj the cornet name for the beautiful .eatlaeatal flouer represented la the «bore picton aad yoi ran wla a geniine FOUNTAIN PEN. The flower is a small blue one, with a yellow centre. This marvellous offer ii a business proposition to advertise our Meiling Thule. Mending Tissue is au.article used for Invisible patchina- and repairing all kinda of clothing, dress goods, kid gloves, or any article ol cotton, wool, silk, linen, &c. It will hem any cloth much quicker and better than with the needle or machine-HM) patrhei for 6d, and no sewing necessary. A boon to bachelors. To all who are awarded a Free Fountain pen, we require to distribute among friends 12 sample packages ol Mending Tissue. In order that our goods may be appreciated, you collect 6d. from each person with whom you leave a sample (half thc selling prici ol aasae). Yan thea return as the money ...

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A SPIRITED CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

; A SP1KÍTED CATTLE MJVKKET. Ilîlïcr carcase butchers are usually keen, nrid, wry cautious, buyers at the Homebush market, anti it is only up- on'rare occasions thut they are swirl- ed in the vortex of competition at auction, sales. Yesterday (says thc "Sydney Morning Herald" of the 3rd inst.) was such an occasion; the sup- ply of cattle was small and the . de- mand was great; there was an unus- ually largo muster of buyers, and not enough cattle "to go round"; hence .the keen biddings and riso in values ' equnl to' some of the. palmy scllii-g ; "dnj>\s 'at? ". Homebush' during': tho- Inst; i>reat drought.. In ordinary ti raes, when an auctioneer asks £10 as the starting price of a yard of bullocks, a buyer will tell the salesman to "drop a couple," or he will venture, the opinion that "that dog's dead," or that "it's our day out." There was no time for such badinage yes tcrday. The market opened briskly, and before thc auction sales-had pro- ceeded far values rose 30s to 40s ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

Bennetts' Dental Parlours For Painless Dentistry. Why have your teeth hacked and smashed about ! by unskillful workmen when we can extract or. ' fill your aching" tooth scientifically, without the" j slightest pain or after effects. We can also round out your cheeks and make I you look beautiful with our first prize gold medal I artificial teeth. Gold fillings, Crowns and Pivots I a speciality. , i BENNETT & BENNETTS' R.D.S. " (Late Queen St., Brisbane).' DENTAL SURGEONS, Spence St.. Cairns. Telephone 76. Try Us for Furniture. .] We are the Right House. FOR UP-TO-DATE LINES OF FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD RE - . QUISITES. uur ¡show Rooms contain the best selection in the Trade; and our . prices are the lowest. ? . -¿ «Direct Importers of English; American, ? Austrian and Oriental" Furni we, Bamboo and Rattan Ware. . .SECOND HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES. \ Ä Special Sale of 100 Packages Japanese Goods Personally selected by our Mr. Sturt during his iecent vis...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Woothakata Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

Woothakata Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. . Tho ordinary monthly meeting: of the above Council was held on Mon- day, December ßnd. Present: Crs. Hichards, Cummings, Crowley,- Lar- kin, sand Grogan, ... vFronrMr. J. O'Donnell, Rifle Creek, forwarding ar. account re Rifle Creek bridge. It was resolved that ' the mat Éçr'.stand over . jfqr inquiry! by Cr. Grogan. From Mr. A, J, Draper, Cairns, rc aifears. Cr. Richards moved, and Cr. Grogan seconded, that the clerk's ac- tion bc endorsed; From Mr. Welsby, Brisbane, rc re- duction of rates. Cr. Richards mov- ed, and Cr. Grogan) sejeondod, that thc* matter could not. bo entertained, but un .application with reference to fut- ure',workwould bo considered. ' From the Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Stock; Brisbane, rc dip. It was resolved that the matter be held over until next meeting for the production of plans, etc. From the Uhdpr Secretary, Home Secretary's office, Brisbane, rc bene- fited areas. Tho clerk was authorised to do...

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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

METHoblST. " . , Tho Rev. F.- ¡Greenwoód wnFco&i» duct services in the Methodist- Church Sachs Street, do-morrow, at 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Anthem by choir J at evening service.

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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

« , FJU2SBYTERLYÏÎ Services "will be conducted to-mor- row, Sunday ' ;in 'the.- Presbyterian Church, Sheridan Street, as ll a.m. and 7.30 .p.m. by -the Rev. Jus. Muir.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

"Morning Post" Business, Trade, Professional. . . . ? . "J Index to Advertisers. : ARCHITECTS.; Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch, Spence "Street. A. 13. Polin, Lake Street. AUCTIONEERS. Á, J. Draper, Abbott Street. Kc-bert Sturt & Co., Spence Street. R. T. McManus, Abbott Street. J. G. Hoare, Lake Str?et. . Hollway, J. M. Herberton. BLACKSMITHS & WHEEL- S-RIGHTS. W. E.-Gregory.? Spence Street. ¿; G oiling; Bros, , Sachs Street. . '/ v BANKERS. The Queensland National. Bank, Ltd., J. Alison, manager. BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS. E. Hooper, Spence Street. BUTCHERS. The Cairns Butchering Co., Spence Street. Munro & Co., Lake Street. Jalland Bros., Kuranda. BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS. Bulcock Bros., Spence Street. Hanson & Sous, Lake Street. BREWERS. AtcCrackcn's, Wright Heaton & Co., Ltd., agents. BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS. L. Mcinerney, ^'Queensland," Spence Street. Mrs. Facey, "Prince of Wales,"- Lake Street. BOOT IMPORTERS.; J. Jenning...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

Professional & Business- Cards. MacDonnell, Henchman A i Hannam, I Townsville, Cairns, and Herberton; i SOLICITOUS AND NOTARIES PODLIO. Commissioners for Affidavits, for tho High Court of Australia and for the Supjenie Court of the whole of the Commonwealth and New Zea- land. . A. J. P. MacDonnell, H, J. H. Henchman, H. V. Hannam, E. I. Havard, H. K. N. MacDonnell. Mr, L W. Marsland, The founder of the firn of Marsland & Marsland, Charters Towers, Begs to announce that ho has re- sumed the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened \ offices at ' ' IMPERIAL BUILDING?," ' Abbott and Shields Streets, Cairns. p'V* '-: Ede & Cogoon, :, I . SURGICAL ts MECHANICAL DENTISTS.. , ? - Permanent address : Near Church of England, ABBOTT-ST. , CAIRNS. Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS, Townsville', Melbourne, and Spence S" - / : ' Street; Cairns. Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. (Eaton, Bates and Polin) Architects, Municipal Buildings, Flind...

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ROOM FOR THE LEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

""BOOM FOR THE LEPER:- ' A few days ago, we recorded the fact that a Geraldton Chinaman had been returned from the Taiyuan suf- fering from a disease suspected to be leprosy," ; «The man- was taken charge of by" the police to await ex- amination by the Government Medi- cal Officer. Dr. Tyrie saw the pa- tient the next day, nnd his report, according to thc regulations, was forwarded to the Homo Ißecrctary's Department in Brisbane, from which i>lnce instructions will be received in due course. Since the Chinaman his been taken into custody by the pol- ice?" serious complaints have been rife-to the effect that the Chinaman, who is said to be suffering from thc disorder, in- an ndvnnced fstage, is kept in. a small -building near the police ¡quarters, right in the centre of the town., inquiries made by a "1'ost" representative Jast evening proved that such is the case. The police, who have to? atjtcnd to; thc unftírtun-r ntc man, are hot to'blame, bût it is. certainly-not in accordanc...

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FRANCO BRITISH EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

FRANCO BRITISH EXHIBITION, j In connection with the Franco »British Exhibition to bo bold next year, Mr-1 Sturt as ono of tho sub 'committee appointed by tho Chamber ' for the arrunujng of the sanding of a district exhibit /rom Cairns said that so far very little had been done in thc matter BS the Chamber could not, alford the expenso that would be in- curred in sending the exhibit to Lon- don. This was to bc rogrottcd as a splendid collection of the products of tho district such as cocoa, ginger, ground nuts, rice, boche-de-mer, etc., the secretary wrote to Kamerunga could be got together. Porhaps if thc Secretary wrote to Kamerunga Nursery »nd inquired whethor"an ex- hibit from Cairns could bo ««bodied in thc collection tho Nursarp wore forwarding to the exhibition, a fav- orable reply might bo rcioivctl. It was resolved to communicate with the Nursery in terms of Mr. Sturt's remarks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

BRAND & DRYBROUGH, CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuilders _and Boatbuilders, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths. PATENT SLIP. ~ \" - )? ' . .- . PLANS', SPECIFICATIONS and ESTIMATES . ? * Boats Slipped up to 500 Tons. " > for every'class of'work.' ¿MINING MACITLNERY:.-Stamper-.'Batteries, Berdan Pans, Shoes, Dies, Cams; &c ". : .? . SUGAR MACHINERY;-Vacuuin Pans¿- Triple Effects, Coolers, Tanks, etc.' " ^ i ' WIili-BORING PLANTS.-Digesters', Cleaners, Coolers^ Scalders, etc.. Meat' Preserving Fiants.^ . . .: FOJJNDRY WORIC-Castings/in Iron cr Brass of all descriptions. _ ? STATION REQUISITES?-Sheep and . Cattle Troughing. . Sluice Valves for ¡Dams, etc; ..??i-.'S REFRIGERATING PLANT. AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes: large stock on hand. - Also Pipiag . and Boiler. Tubes, etc. . Stewart & Lloyd's Iron and Steel Plates-all sizes. Cundall, Sons¿ & Coy.; Ltd., Gas Engines and Suc...

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Howard Smith Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

Howard Smith Co., Ltd. Peregrine í leaves .. Townsville for Southern ports to-day. Lass o' Uqigrie, from Townsville to Port Douglas}- via ports is due here to-morröw \ and resunies her jour ney-the following morning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

I CAMERAS I \ HpSr KODAKS f 1 A* PHOTO A a III SUPPLIES j Y Illustrated Catalogué posted free. ? A HARINGTON & CO. Ltd. i Y S3 MEïS 2!. BSISBAÏW. W \ ALSO SYDNEY. , v Y .aNvasraa: .puuisuoonö m ^soduarp soDtad ya ''o^a 'sreuoiunr qjy 'JodudiroAt 's;u3raojinbo.i s.joiniTjj ipi ïpojs NOS ^ Hondo srouoao o% sroiuouinsoj, pun qoptoon; JOJ o|u,\V. '-H3 ''°1° 'ujsdart -s.îa: 'qJJ^Bo 'sasBOSja ui^g 'soBnjs Aims s;t ut JOOUUO 'st^tioncia; 'urrnfjsv ¿oj oano u su A'tpju-i^no pu« ÄIpanÄut uäy[v% °î euioipoui u st ¿mm 1 0qo.ïDiM The Reform Residential ' Hotel. JURY STREET, BRISBANE. (Three doors from George Street.) This private Hotel has been , en- tirely renovated regardless of cost. The accommodation is second to none in the State. Large airy bedrooms lit up with electric light, excellent cuisine. ' Private bar ; for use pf guests only. Terms on application. Country patrons specially catered fer. :' FANNY L, MOXLEY, Proprietress. Coolgarra Athletic Club Sports to bc held at Coolgarr...

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Still Well To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

Still Well To-Day. Cured four years ago is good, but still, ,well today is better. We have been > investigating many cases that were cured years ago, and it is gratifying to relise thc largo 'num- ber who sheerfully say "Yes, still wen today." Does this applyto you Are you still well to-day,-found a remedy that cured you to stay cured. The case below was first published four years ago. The patient at that time was reported cured by Doan's Backache Kidney PiUs, thc statement is-verified to-day, and the cure shown to have been lasting. If you are ill, and are using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, you also will be able to say one yeal" hence, or ten years hence, what this woman says:- ".Yes, still well to-day." Mrs. Hose, May-street, Cooktown, says:- "Three years ago I had Kew Guinea Fever, and it left me with weak kidneys. I used to get severe backache, and would bo scar- cely able to stand. I also had gi- ddy headaches, a sick feeling, and dimness of sight. Nothing seemed to do me a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 14 December 1907

Can Yon Spare a Penny ? Then send us a Post Card asking for our CATALOGUE, a complete Guide to ECONOMICAL FURNISHING. Our large connection enables us to offer you " THE THINGS YOU'VE ? BEEN WANTING/' at Prices which are not obstado to your securing ¿hem. When you're'got them, you've got tho BEST. You can purchase, as easily from us as you can from tho Storekeeper in your own town-but you'll get tho benefit of a; larger and moro varied stock, which country Houses cannot possibly offer., t. DUCHESS CHESTS-25/-, 30/, 40/, and upwards. DOUBLE BEDSTEADS--35/-, 40/-, 45/-, 50/-, 60/-, 80/-, and upwards. CHAIRS-4/-. 6, 5/6, 6/-. 7/6. TRITTON'S, .. Brisbane GEORGE STREET GEO. WILCOX & CO., Townsville. Cash Buyers Marsupial Skin«, Hides. Sheepakl ns,; ¿Tallow. ^Wool;« Hair, Horn«. VBonei. ïââdïall-Meatworks; and'i Station "..Produce. < -? > , s t " _-<?).' ? ' " COUNTRY.' BUTCHERS consigning to our Agent, Cairn«, ; ' . . - Will receive cheque " by return mall...

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