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Fearnley & Cc., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

Fearnley &. Cc.; Ltd. Jtianau for Macossa ; via Torres Straits, thence to Marseilles, Havre. Amst erdam and ; Hamburg is ?> due in Townsville on January1]., calling at Cairns if inducejugnt oilers. Seydli'tz-: (N.D.LO leaves Sydncy .cn January 1, for London and Bremen via ports." ' . . Changsha/ from Hong Kong is dUê' nero about" 20th instant.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Adelaide Steamship Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

Adelaide Steamship Co. Wbllowra Xrom Melbourne to i Cairns via ports, arrived here yester-1 day. She leaves on thc .returns on Wednesday. i Tarcoola from South is due here about the end of the week. Carroo ys due t.o-morrow from Ger-r I oldton.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

Barna Philp & Co. Ltd., Agents. Kuranda, froni Townsville via ports is due here every Tuesday, afternoon, leaves fur" Port Douglas same after- noon, returning Tuesday night and ieaviDg on Wednesday morning, on the return. Wyandra, from Cooktown to "Mel- bourne via ports left here on Satur- day and arrived at Townsville yes- terday. Eastern (E. & A. Co.) from Hoiig Empire tK. & A.) for Hongkong via ports, leaves "Cairns on tho 10th. December. Aorangi (A. & A. Linc), for Van- couver, leaves Sydney on January 20, and Brisbane on January 22. .

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

"RING OUT THE OLD, -il "". ". ? - / ? RING IN THE NEW." Preliminary Announcement. LIMITED. Grocers, Wine & Spirit Merchants, Produce Dealers, & Importers. HAVING ACQUIRED THE OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS OP WALSH & CO., CJURNS, STANNARY HILLS, PORT \ DOUGLAS.AND MOSSMAN- THE NEW 1 BEING REPLENISHED BY DIRECT IMPORTATIONS NOW ARRIVING. . THE NEW GOODS INCLUDE ALL THE SEASONABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE HOUSEHOLDER, THE HOTELKEEPER, THE MINER, AND , THE MILLIONAIRE. Specially attractive displays will b made, and Customers of the Old Firm .arc invited to inspect thc Stocks and continua ;> their Patronage to the New Company. ORDERS WILL BE PROMPTLY EXECUTED, SPECIAL ATTENTION BEING PAID TO COUNTRY CLIENTS. THE STOCKS INCLUDE GROCERIES, ODLMEN'S STORES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, WINES & SPIRITS , OF THE LEADING BRANDS. . , ii'.' I ;X! ; Season Now Opening. SOLICITING A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE ACCORDED , . »?-, . M-.w ? < ? ? ? -.,?=:?, ^ ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DON'T COUGH ALL NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

DON'T COUGH "ALL NIGHT. Restful sleep follows tho use of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. The befit lung remedy in the world. Small, dose. Pleasant to take, Every bottle guaranteed. Obtainable at all Chem- ists and Storekeepers.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Monuments to Beaten, Though Gallant Troops. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

Monuments to Beaten, Though Gal i ; lant Troops. One of the greatest monuments m th« world is on the field of Waterloo. It has just beep erected and consists of a hilga granite base on which an equally heroiá Éaglo is defending the Tricolor, both being considerably torn as the result ola terrible conflicts Another great war monument is to be seen near Ba ac ava and like the Eagle mentioned is a testimony to defeated thou*, eallant men. It consists of a large pyranui surmounted by a cross, the forme, being .0 bet high and the latter anotan m\n.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Home Made Famous by Dickens. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

A Home Made Famous by Dickens. Where did Mr. Pickwick spend his declining days ? The Dickens Fellowship in England, though not as sure as it might . be; points; out a house at Dulwich as the last abode of the immortal gentleman named. After " mixing with different varie- ties" and, shades of human character," Mr. Pickwick", it will be remembered, determined on retiring to " some quiet, pretty neighbour- hood in the vicinity of London." He saw a " house which just suited his fancy, took it, and furnished it. "It.is fully.prepared," he told bis friends, when announcing his decision to settle down, "for my reception. . . . The house I have taken is at Dulwich. It has a large garden, and ja situated in one of the most pleasant spot? near London," It is supposed hy the Dickens Fellowship that the house in the illustrious novelist's mind was the original of the accompanying sketch, which still is in an excellent state of preservation, and as .h^bitohlaaa^over, Presuming thero is no breakf...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Our Miscellany. There are still a few Giants. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

There are still a few'Giants. -;- ?? . » There are still a few giants in" the . world This sketch, which is from a photo," illas ' trates theipropprtion of a new Frenqh gian», a man of magnificent proportions despito.his apparent unwieldiness... There, also, is:'a Canadian . .giant who ' reoently,. married : a giáñte89¡íwmlé there are two great American gíahté.'óne eight, feet high and another nine ' feet; .'. Ittfis "a moot question, which is tht " abnormal.',' ' the man who' attains thèse extraordinary proportions,: or the one like ; ourselves who can pass in a crowd without attracting any special notice. The;Bible' tells us that in tho old days men lived longer than they now do ; bat it is not so clear on tho existence of a race of giants. True " there were giants in those days ;" but were they few and far between as now, or common ' ns humanity itself? Hendon, the learned Frenchman, published a book in 1718, in which ho tells us that Adam was one hun- dred and twenty-three feet ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

'DEPARTURES.. Dec Xi^HllL-S. Fantome, Capt. -"---?j....-^Bc^iy, (ói^uttttÁm.yon¿.-.,-?~¿^¿¿.'.^¿í¡ Dec. 14.-Barrier, Capt. Lang, for Newcastle." Adelaide Co., Ltd., ag- ents. Dec. 14.-Wyandra, Capt; Grahl, for Melbourne via ports. Passen- gers : Mesdames Lang; Hughes, Hou slan and child, Creapan, Dickson, May, Tyrer, Green, Clay and two children, Ives and two children, Reid and two children, Bwan, Leitch and three children, Suele, Bolton, Kier ner, Hanson, Karrins and child, Grovesi Bird and child, Long;- Misses Tyrer, McNeill, Prewett, MrN'eill, Mc Donnell, Jentz, Labbin, Dangard, Wills, Kitysvll, Crespan, Waldren, McDonald, Cannan, Banting, McLuc kic. Tully, Orr, Grahame, Graham, Haynes, Bolton, Gray, Keogh, Jack, son ; Messrs Millijen, ÀucKnll, Chas lam, TracKsön, Bunting, Beirne, Da v dson, Snell, Sanderson, Coffrey, .Colley, Camerún, Simpson, McCoU, Ward, Best, JacKson, Cowrie, Tho- mas, .Franco, Mclirizie, Fitzgerald, Carbutt, Henricuseu, Norman, Clarke, Favell, Dunn-,' Gentle...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

jSTuka; : -OALVIÎ, SHIPPINQ, (( QI M ^INSURANCE: r ICIP^- Work vii'ali kinda. A's for UCEAN Passenger -and .-reight Steamship lines to and from y' Kurope, America/ and tho East. Shippers of ores, matte, meta's, timber, or other producís lor State. Interstate, English''or other port's .will lind it tu their advantage to communicate with us. FEAKNUÍYV&, CO., LTD.; late J. G. FtAfiNLEY Telephone JSo. 5a. Telegrama.-i'earnley. Cairns. . BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD, ISLAND LINE OF STF.AMEBS. To New Guinea, Salomon Islands and Sydney and vice versa. "Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from Cooktown, December 7th. Mokambo, Captain. H. Weauherall, from Cooktown,-January 11th. Hound trip» can be made, return- ing coastwise Dy the steamers of the A.U.S.N. Co., Jutd. For particulars' as to fares apply BUHNS PHILP & CO LTD. . uairns.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CROSS EXAMINATION. A CONSTABLE UNDER A MICROSCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

CROSS EXAMINATION. A CONSTABLE UNDER A MICRO ! ; ' SCOPE.' .At the Police Court1 to-day states B Thursday's '.' Towers Telegraph " after Constable ,Wilson had given 1 evidence about Sunday trading, Mr. , .Uarfiland started to cross-examine ~ ulm, and the. following'/ questions . wera asked:- ? ? -. * . ,... - *' Air. Moreland. rtVcroA2foy-9u^H*!X*iPVj £ «.lone» a't.A St daria. rV'Hllla ?"* . . *" ?. Constable: Na. {>,i - _-i-.w T Mr.' Marsland: ' Were you >. ^ovcr at Irvinebank ? - . Constable ; .Yes. . ; Mr. Marsland: liver at Herberton; J Constable: No. Mr. Marsland: Were you ever'at ? Chillagoe or places round that way ? ! . Witness: Yes.u -I, ; . -.. Mr. Harslaud: What other, places were you at ? ; ' Constable:-Koorboora oJi'd O.K. Mr. Marsland: Were you ever be- fore the'Court in any of tlieso places? Constable: No. Mr. Marsland: Was an order of the Court ever made against you? Constable: No..'"' Mr. Marsland: At no Court at all. Constable: No, hover at any place. - Mr. M...

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MAKING DIAMONDS. IS THE PROBLEM SOLVED [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

MAKING DIAMONDS. IS THE PROBLEM SOLVED . Science has, perhaps at last solved the problem (of maJa'ng diamonds, ii everyUiing promised! <by a discovery said to have been made by a hitherto unknown; worker, il.. Aristide Char ette, who has presented* a-striking specimen to the Parisian Academy o£ i Science, is a facti lt is well-known .'.that il. Moissan I discovered, a way of making dimim> Itivé diamonds, scarcely visible to the eye, but the process was (o expensive that it was not practical, and though |ns first it w'asi believed larger stones I might beimade^" these hojieswere not (realised, il. iloissan |irodu'ced his jidinmond dust by moans ¡of tremend- ous heat and sudden, cooling, . and immense pressure. The new. process is quite different. il. "Charctte, 'who is a chemist, has shown stones of a fairly . good size lo the members of thc Academy of Science at their last meeting, and his method seems to be far simpler. He explained how he had; obtained the results-ia...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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ILLEGAL PASSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

3XliE;U4L PASSAGES. . At the Townsville Police Court on Thursday last two men named Char- les Bleech and Henry Strange were charged' with attaining illegal pas- sages from Cairns to Townsville by thc Yongala. Hr. Uurnc, J.P., sta ? ted that he sympathised with men who had the misfortune ¡to be reduc- ed to straightened circumstances, Uut that did not iii any way miti gate the offence . in -, .tho .eyes " of. the ; ; Jaw. He, thought if defendants had interviewed tile shipping company at jgçÇânts, /thejj' coujd tavio. obtained. ..that, at 'the. prescçt>-time tbewrwas-' n.o 'ñced,'^or':íanyone 'to' *r bo" out 'of ' work in-the Cairns district. The de- fendants wene each fined .10/-, and or- dered to pay the passage money due .17/6 each; in default seven days' im- prisonment,

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BIG PASSENGER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

BIG PASSENGER LIST.. Thc steamer Wyandra which left" here on Saturday night, had on board i;264,, passengers (114V saloon ? and ¿50 'Steerage). A large number will also join tho vessel at Towns- ville for Brisbane and Sydney. The down train from Chillagoe, on Satur- day was uncomfortably crowded and passengers joining it at Kuranda ¿vere compelled to stand all the way down. '-The. majority oí tho western- ers left for south by the Wyandra.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANGLO-FRENCH EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

ANGLO-FRENCH EXHnJITION. Thc Stall for thc iFranco-Brotish Exhibition tor -the Queensland- exhibit - leave Brisbane on,January 18th. Mr. J. M. Campbell, Director of the In- telligence Bureau, will be in charge. It is also likely that there will be included Mr. H. \V. Mobsby, photo- grapher; Mr. B. Dunstan, Govprn ment Geologist ; Mr. A. H. Benson, Instructor in Eruit Culture; and Mr, Gordon Graham, head of the pastoral branch of thc .Lands Department.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GERALDTON SPANIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

THE GERALDTON SPANIARDS! Our Townsville correspondent wired "' on Saturday morning, that Jtwcncy six Spaniards had arrived there from Geraldton sentenced to four month1", imprisonment in Stewart's Creek gaol. Before leaving Ocraldton the men had banked various sums rang- ing np to £20 each. They now ap- plied to have the money devoted to paying tho Tines and costs, whitU amount to £298.' ;

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AN ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

AN ESCORT. Constables Twaddle and Short left" hy the Wyandra on. Saturday night escorting a blackfellow to Stewart's Creek gaol and two deserters from employment to Mackay. 'After hand ing over his prisoners nt tho latter place, Constable Twaddlo * will pro- ceed to Brisbane whither ho has been transferred. ~ ??'?'?

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHILLAGOE COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

CHILLAGOE COURT'HOUSE. As a result of thc recent cyclone at Chillagoe, .the Court House there was ; deprived of ' its verandah, and : tho building is now stated to bo in a condition that will not' iwithstaml another blow. Tho" local paper advo- cates thc ". construction pf a npwi Court altogether. »

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LATEST HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

THE LATEST HUMOR. Says the Cooktown "Independent" : The latest rumor concerning candida- tes, for the Cook is that Dr. Thoma- tis, tho well-known cotton planter of the Cairns district, is coining out in thc rhilpite interest^

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISTRICT COURT JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE. The .Executive Council have assign- ed to Judge Miller tho. following dis- tricts in . connection with the District . Court for next year '^Townsville',-. Charters Towers, Winton, Hughenden^.... Cooktown,; Cairas, Herberton, Sorr. manton,:-\ Croydon, ¡Georgetown and. Thursday Island. ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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