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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

J. H. CASTLE. !atC8 --«a» amáosme* to the Pablic c Gaiqas that be has now oomn»»noed 1. LICENSfiD - YAIKAN. Goods catted to all patte of tin Town and lnstriet at Jjawm* esnrsnt antes. J, H. Contle respectfully points oat that nwexjserienoe in hssstling fdtnitnt« annus* nun to ptonuee Umtnswül B»MOVI ruamTuac a plan« to phee carefaTly and witbom) y or ?rasfcsfjs. ,-_"-',: NICHOLAS FYNN, AuctioneBr I Coauiwon «iOIlT. MACROSSAN STRBnT,

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

THE SETTLING. The settling in connection with the meeting took place afPryn s Hotel, Four-Mile on Tuessjsy m«ht JnarC^Mr W. Pnn (President)'occapied the chair and there Maa a fair attendance of the committee arid of horse-owners. The following cheques were handed over :-E. Sue ¿16 ; (¿8,, Stanley ist Flying Handicap; ¿3 same, 2nd Xmas Handicap ; AS same, ist Handi- cap Flutter)} W, Matthews, £$, (Res- titute 1 st Brush Hardies), H. E, Ross, £14! (¿ii Dorothy, ist Xmas Handi- cap ; 2nd Flying Handicap); P. Pene, ¿6 (Trilby, ist Handicap Hack); F. Pyne, ¿1 (Stranger, and Brush I Hurdles); J. Clarke, £ß (Clonas,- ist District Plate); E. Pyne» A« (Mary Ellen, 2nd District Plate); J, Hides £t, (Falcon, xud Handicap Hack); W. Collinson ¿i, (Noah, 2nd Handi- cap Flutter). After the winners had poured out a libation to Luck in the customary glass of wine, the proceed- ings terminated.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

WMMf yCl -Write to am far Valaable iWltl sKli raBBBeeaeeaoaraiagyoar aahnsa. raertssaa HUBBUB, Wpwashat, 41 Callas liaos, Msttsatai. teach yen amrt than al the yam you've Bted nasty woman sheela read it. Write Faor Haaáta», Fisnca Spsrithtf, 41 Colskgsplace * Memearae. NICHOLAS FYNN,* 4 - tOBOT. : MACBOS8AN ffTBEET, ;» Port Ponglajaut, ?';

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fruit and Egg Preserving [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

FnuHamdaaaPrwA^wTing After »«varal yaam' «xasrimeBu Mr J. A. Parker at Argyle Steest, Sydney, has sac oaedad la asakiag a estates» which it ia vtatei will Bl tau va aga» aad heit» sack " grapas, teamen, ensues, pears, Besame frrft, etc, etc, for month« aadpsrssitef their Wet«« atnaaed as apaeral eargo ta aay part el ti» world. "..,., .' 'the procès» st simple, fruit aad atys .«rely reqaire dirwag iatlie «ola**,or H may be applW with «brash. . Mr ftrkwestiaxatet that UM gallo» will was««rilOW»a»alat»J«s,»naj^l«w^ aasTVte-. aamunjses« talrasse* ataeaat cfaaamtafmsliragfydsnsa. ^ _? MatsmAfsia, Wa, ** ****** I^.Btfcbaa«, are the qaseatUad agaata tram whom eircakn eiviag aamereas cer tmeateseaa be aassiaad. .*

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Anticipating—Slightly. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

Antícip*Ung-Slightly. ° Scène-Large room at head of stair case* when shareholders in the Woogaroo ' Herald Newspaper Co. have met, for tho . purpose of_ considering a lawyer's letter demanding~on behalf of a poor old widow ' woman an abject'apology froui the "Woo [ garoo Herald " for having on the 22nd " of January, 1987, wrongfully accused the ' aforesaid old widow lady of having robbed a blind beggar by surreptitiously taking ' money from the letter's held-out hat, such ; statement being altogether untrue. lu the event of such apology not being inado, | a writ, it was stated would be immediately 1 served for .£5000. 1 -Chairman Cuteun : " Well gentlemen, you have all heard the letter I have just read. What do you think of it ? " ' Cries of "Defy him"-"No apology" ' "No Uriah business for us," etc. ' "Well, its for you to say gentlemen, hut perhaps we had better hear a word or two from the individual who wrote the alleged cowardly words complained of." A voice "Trot the duffer out"...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
From Townsville to Cairns. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

tram -Tomfilllt t» Catiras. BT A Vrsrro*. - Taste ara few trips along the Austra- lian ooaet tlaU can, frota a sceuie stand- point, eompare with that from TowaevuTe to, Caima, or speaking mon correctly, frota Lucinda to Cairns. Leaving Towns- ville at 8.30 p.«. on Monday evening in Mesara Howard 8aiith A Sou's comfort- able little steamer, the "Leas o' Gowrie," a run of six-and-a-half hours brought us alongside the jetty at Lucinda Point, when a stay of some few hours gave one an opportunity of naringa look around this small but busy little town. One calla it busy because the one or two LsctndiaBS who happened to be about said ao; from our own experience we would describe it as » somewhat eleepy sort of a town, but probably the earlineas of the hour accounted for these erroneous impressions. When daylight dawned we believe we saw eleven 'persons on the wharf, of these, eight wen celestials, two Kanaka gentlemen, and ono poor lonely foreign-looking white man; but we learnt before we ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Woothakata Divisional Board [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

WoothakAU DítltionaJ Board - The adjourned meeting of the above Board was held in the Board's Hall on Tuesday, December 14th. Present: Messrs Evenden . (Chairman), Cum- mings, Gielis, Grogan and Grainer. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed on the motion of Mr Gielis, seconded by Mr Cummings. , The action of the Finance Com mittee in passing all accounts for pay -BÊeatjmmm.-r iinffisBBii.oa the aaotioa of Mr Grogan, seconded* by Mï ' Cuffi-' mings. The minutes of the Works Com- mittee were also confirmed on the motion of Mr Grainer, seconded by Mr Grogan. The correspondence being read the inward was received and the outward adopted on the motion of Mr Cum- mings, seconded by Mr Grainer. The following correspondence was then dealt with. From Cairns Chamber of Commerce re grant Ü500 for the Mareeba Georgetown Road and suggesting the necessity of the Board's Overseer making a report on the expenditure needed in this Division.^ Mr Evenden moved and Mr Grogan seconded, "Tha...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
How England honoured The Light Brigade. (BY L. GODFREY TURNER.) In "Illustrated Bits." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

How England honoured The Light Brigade. (Br L. GODFU^V TUSKER.) In'-Illustra.edBïts." AND SO you'd fight for your country, lad. And an excellent thing to do. See to the safety of England, la-!, and Eng- land will see to you ! Fight as the brave " Six Hundred " did, and your glory can never fade ; For I'll prove to you that my tale is true of The Charge of the Light Brigade. Tennyson, poet-he wrote a thing, and he wrote it extremely well, Explaining how all of the Light Brigade rode into the mouth of Hell ; Explaining how few of them left that mouth with the terrible "jaws of death ;" How those that had fought in the mouth of Hell, and right in the cannon's breath, The living'and dead had earned a fame and a glory that could not fade, And his words were, "Honour the charge , they made !" and " Honor the Light Brigade !" Well, that was Tennyson's story, lad ; and now you'll attend to minc. Tis all to do with a soldier who is nigh upon sixty-nine A fine old chap, with a loyal heart in ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

ÍÉÍBT'T <* Ù -p!#& »* aSüÄiA^SR ^ ^«^ppi^se»^^^-. > - _ 5 Ï^S^flWf^^ jág^fwihi There an Features ;Hactro-plate, GUM, Ammämtionj Ontleiy, Suïdriei, dw. . i ,g;-«...-...g.s;^ UH a^ >*. I?: Al' Goods^^JPeUyered.proïnptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PKOTOW», .' .FfelrSàppliëif'Fvery Weet ' ¡Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. : , Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ."". >7r ^ ;' ABBOTT iSTiOEX CAIRNS. ?" ' "?."? HUNTERIS, KURANDA PáW Paw Fruit Saûç*. tPURJTJi The ,E»tract! -"'bftiie.'-'j Táw^Pinr Frott ?'..-'vj«|ce"-''t'';,-v .^(WWHCXI). : (See BHtiíh Pharmacopeia/. ATTENTION I DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of nore than half; of onr present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it isj by the almost universal habit of stomach drag- ging. Simply stated, .these distressing symptoms and their -consequent evils are directly, due to the, inability to properly digest the food consumed. No amount of medication can-aid thi...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MORNING POST." Thursday Morning, Dec 30, 1907. CAIRNS DIVISIONAL. BOARD AND THE MULGRAVE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

"MORNING POST." "Heitner hy har. nar ty favor, but ty Truth alone* I XhinéwT mtttmimt. Dat. 30. Uf7 i CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD AND THE MULGRAVE TRAM- WAY. In the Cairns Divisional Board we have a Local Authority, which for energy, progressiveness and general business ability would be hard to beat in the whole of North Queensland. The extent of its transactions is such as to demand the greatest care and caution in all its deliberations, and whjje we do not doubt,but that care aflerVaotion have been manifested by" the members in all their dealings, both as regards the Division itself and the Mulgrave tramway, we may be permitted to express the opinion that the time has arrived «hen the rate- payers of the Division of Cairns should have wider and more représen- tât representation. In the first place, it may be pointed out that the rateable value of the property within the Division is nearly equal to that of the Cairns Municipality, being only a few thousand pounds under, and in addi- ti...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

WHOLESALE CIO F FEE M ER CR ANT. GROWN A1«) MANUFACTURED; BY D. R; LEWIS, - MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RU88ELL RIVER, .^tr^J.Yj. ,J' vj QUEENSLAND. .-.>«...;>..., WHY DRINK IMPORTBD ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR'THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN 1-lb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2rIb. TINS, BY ALL STOBEKEEPERS. Residents of Cairn«, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, California Creek, The Tate, »ad fe settlers generally should ask for Lewis'Mount Graham Coffee, and.také no other. ' Try. One Tin a« an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pled&es his word that there is no better matured or parer ?.. - Coffee in :the world than ' ~ ': J.EOTS' MOU&T GRAHAM COFFEE; THE .V GRESHAM ..HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, . CAIRNS. MRS. BYRRE, .Proprietress». THE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre of tho main block iu Abbott Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

Christmas Mes Baked. E WILLI! the Senior and Oldest Baker . in Cairns bega to notify the public (eucrally that he will BAKE CHRISTMAS OAKES, Uade.at home frost Customers own mat rials, or will be prepared to make up }»kcs, parties supplying theil own ingre licnts, aod bake «ame in first-clata'ttyle. «ustomers and lon-Customprs Obliged, 'akes supplied to order and Holiday Pic nie artie« provided with small gool« of all tescripnons. ÎHRISTMAS DINNERS BAKED. h-ders will be bookel by X- WZLEJI to >ake Christmas Dinners. Ch.rge-tij per oint-reductiou for two or more. SAVE ALL BOTHER AND WOURY ORDERING EARLY. S. Willis is prepared, if sufficient encounge icnt be offered to bake Sunday'« dinner« ach weck. Special arrangements made for Hotels. 'or further particulars apply to BTJffT T TC BAKER k . »*J^AVdiO»confcotloDer Abbott Street, - (Next Door to Ko«'» Hotel, JöWEir^BROS; ¡HOEING & GENERAL BLACKSMITHS. Vheelwriéhtiné and all kinds of Ironwork Undertaken and Turned out in the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 December 1897

A.U.S.N. CO., Ltd. '?-RCYiAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE r/IHB-Sti.'imtrsofthc above Compan) are I lntuuli 'I to sail as under TownsnlU. >v Bow (-11 Mad a) .Rockhampton .Gladstone .ßundabery .Mir} borough Rnslnne ** S}dne) [ 2nd Melbourne * {Adchul-. { \lbim $brt.cmantle {Geraldton {Cossack, -md other West A.U6lnban ports / Gcnldton ~" \ Moun!) in I Cirdwell I PALMER, Dun^encis | To«T«\lUc I TO-DAY Port"bougIis .N Cooktown 1 ARAI\ATTA írhnrsdaj Ishna I ¿Normanton j Tc-D\Y Î Burketown I .Tnnshippmg n Keppel Bay. ¿Transhipping at Cooktown $Truishippmg at Melboun e ?.or further particulars apply to ¡BURNS, PHn P à CO , LIMITFD, A cents. S.S. "VICTORY." (90 Tons Reg.) rrillS Steuuer is non Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at r*un\iy Bcicon, ind is also aviilable for ill hautenge ind towing purposes Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When m Attendance on Oi ersea Vessels i hunted number of Passengers ttiU be earned FARE 2-, 6d, Adults , Children, Is BÜENS, PHI...

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FATAL RAILWAY COLLISSION. LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

FATAL RAILWAY COLLISSION. LONDON, January 4 The east coast and Scotch express train collided with a coal waggon. Three carriages were derailed and telescoped. Two engines were des- troyed, A lady passenger was killed ' and many injured. The driver of the express mistook the signals. .

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN CANADA. LONDON, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN CANADA. LONDON, Jan. 4. Puting a Municipal meeting at the City Hall, Ontario, where waa present a large crowd, ail. immense safe and heating apparatus fell and carried the floor of the hall into the cellar. Thirty people were killed and one. hundred others injured. The panic was increased by cries of

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Telegraphic. Wedniiday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, January i. Another great gale has occurred in thc English Channel, and all the steamship services have been suspend- ed. Twenty British officers will embark for Egypt immediately., . Owing to thc strike of the English engineers, Russia has ordered loo locomotive engines from America for the Siberian railways. From Singapore it is reported that there are eight British men of war, and four torpedo boats at Chemulpo to prevent the dismissal bf Mr;Brbwn, as the Superintendent . of the Corean 'customs' at the instigation of Russia. The "Daily Mail" says the French occupied Haiwai simultaneously' with the Russian occupation of Port Arthur, and seized the wires, at Hai how to prevent any communication with Hongkong. ? '? Gênerai Weyler has protested to Queen Christina of Spain, against President McKinley's references to himself and his army. Corbett has posted 1,000 dollars for another match with Fitzs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Events. Summary of Events advertised in the "Post" wil app[?]at under this heading each issue. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Ck>ming Events. Summary of Events advertised in the " Post" oil .Vpn* ander thb haulms «eh ian». January 6th Tendus dose for erection of Keating's Hotel. January 8th. Sale Town Allotments. R. Sturt & Co. February 1, 1898.- -. .;? Registration Court at Cairns, February ist Registration Court at Geraldton. j February 4th. Sale of cedar at Land Office.

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The English Eleven Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

TIM iign^ Tte foUowiag are UK Ax tares of Stoddart'« AU Eaflaad deren: Opposants. Oates, GteafMies " * ?= Nov. ss, S3 BSOÍ¿T .'. CossbW least; No». *V 17, Toowoon**.. - Nov. 30 sad Dec. i Aisjidak - Dec.3, 4 Tamworth - Deco, 7 Sydney .. ist lest state* . Dec. 10, li, I*!* Sydney .. Usrmsity CC. Dec 17,18 Rataerglea .. - Dec. l i aiaiwjii"; .. . - Dec.s7.s0 Mdbs«ns ..sad tesl autchjaa. 1,3.4,5 Balarat ?' - Isa. 6,7 Ssw** * i - Jan. to, ll Aosbidt " 314 test states] Ja«. 14, 15, 17,18 ? IfaamVna .. - Jan. so, si Ciiioaf .. ' - lan. st, <3 Mitosis*... 4tk «st stat* ]»*.«, »9,31 " Feb. I. . Sydney .. N.S.W. retara Feb. 4, 5, 7,8 BrUsnw .. Qwisfssd ;. Feb. 18,19,11 Sydney .. S» teat SBStch Feb. ¿S^**J Mtfconm .. Vk. retara ..Marc«5,6,7, 8,9 Adslsidt .. SA. retara .. Marek li, is,

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BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

BRIEFS. Sam Brookman, of thc Salvation Army, told a very good story the Other night, which although rather against himself was certainly interesting. " Ah yes," remarked 'Sam, " in my young bachelor days. I never went short of anything I once set my heart on." "Just shortly after my conversion when my faith in the Lord was not too" firmly fixed I badly wanted a chicken' for ChristmasiPinner." " I knew Wvhere I could lay my hands 1 on one all right, but of course I had turned religious, and so had to resist temptation. I prayed to the Lord for a long while and asked him to lead a chicken to a poor sinner." "But my prayer".was'of-no avail: At last I prayed ' O Lord lead me to a chicken' 'and' remarked Sam with a smile, ' it is astonishing how quickly thatprayer was satisfactorily answered." Nugent says that he is of opinion that black and blue are the best colors for any bicycle clulj-more particu- larly if the members are apt to ride down the Port Douglas range without a break. He fu...

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DEPARTURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

DErABTÜRTH. January 1.-Arawatta, s,. Captain F. G, Lee. (or Southern ports.. Passengers : Miss Hunt; Messrs Page, Pope, Hunt. Holding, Bates,'Deschamp*, and ten in the steerage. Barns, Philp & Co., agents. January 1.-Tainan, s, ' Captain IUmsay, for Sydney ria ports- Walsh & Co., agents. - January : 2.-Janina, Q.K.M.S., Captain Sanders, for Brisbane via ports. Passen- gers : Mr, Mrs, and Miss Coucher. Barns, Philp & Co.. agents. Jvnuary 5.-Adelaide, s, Captain Ussher, far Sydney. Passengers : Mesdames At ken . and two children, Miss Cairns ;~: Mr Atkens. J. G. Fearnley, agent. - . January 5.- Myall, s, Captain Campbell, for Townsville. Walsh & Co., agents. January 5.-Barratta, 8, Captain Stewart, r foe-Port Donglas.. Passengers : Mr Suther ' land,,and 5 in the steerage. Walsh' ic Co, agents. -, January 5,-Barratta, i, Captain Stewart, for Townsville. Walsh & Co, agents. - ? Jannary o.-Barrabool,'i) Captain Leslie, for Sydney via Townsville. Wa...

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