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Police Court. MONDAY, 3KD JANUARY, 1898. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Police Court MONDAY, 3KD JANUARY, 1898. - (Before the Vo'ics Magistrate.) Frederick Gates, fur drunkenness, was cautioned and discharged. Wm.' Dougherty, was similarly dealt with for a like offence. Willie Tanna, was fined 5a for drunken ness, and 20a for disorderly conduct. Tom Tanna, was »Iso tined il for dis- orderly conduct, and 5s for drunkenness. Robert O'Connor and Wm.. Bourke were fined 20s each for creating a disturb- ance in a public place. The charge, against .Ino. Morrow for non compliance with a maintenance order was withdrawn. Magnus Peterson appeared to answer a charge laid by Shebin, a native of Singa- pore, of refusing to pay wages JCS 18s, and pleaded "only indebted for the sum of lia ld." A verdict was given for the smaller sum.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5TH, 1B[?]. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1898 (Before the Police Magistrate.)     Slaughtering licenses were granted to A. Keeble, Richard Rowe, and R. E Weinert, and Auctionees' licenses to A. J. Draper, Robert Sturt and Jno. Cairns.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Funeral Notice.   THE friands of Ma sad Mts DOSSETTO am respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their daughter MARY, whick will take place at Blackfellow's Creek, at 1 p.». THIS DAY. The body will be interred in the garden of the house.   H. M. SVENDSEN,   Undertakar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

T.^« «*ip»«t Ute* Iaprowd " ^ "WHITE" Sewing HeduteY jaat to hand. A fit* year* guarantee, TIAT UVatAlltlH. A. TAILO* A So*. A. J. DRAPER, Auctioneer, Commission, Insurance, House | and Estate Agent IN Order "to give" Investors every opportunity of Selecting Properties to their Liking in and around Caima, A. J. DKAPBR baa pleasure iu Submitting the under mentioned list. TERMS-Small Deposit ; balance over a period ot years. Further particulars at my office. 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 7 . ? 8 8 121 8 ll ll ll 15 Ü 15 9* ie rt SI Ä I» 19 «_ 22 22 S3 < SS S 2 * g1 29 g 29 .S¿ 29 -Tí 29 O* 29 O* 30 <¡ 30 90 30 G 31 O 32 O 32 3 32 34 V .Sí 34 ' C 34 (X 37 39 39 41A 42A 42A 42A 42A 41 37 37 31 -: REMARKS. Lake Street, Anderson's corner. Abbott Street, neat Fox's Abbott Street, next Willis' baker shop. Abbott Street, Court House Hotel. Abbott Street, Keeble'a butcher shop. Esplanade, next Divisional Hall» arith residence. (S.E. half) Esplanade, with cottage. Abbott Street, Gordon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

SANDER it SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under Ike distís«sáshes pat Foreign Affairs, through thc Consul-Gencral for Italy, af Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibi- tion, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all ow the Globe. Theieare imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products ol simple distillation, forming audi, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not betaken for cur pure Volatile Eucalypti . Extract, which is recog- nised try tue Medkal Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to ut through the Consul at Mdbosne, March 1,1878, we state:- . . {t is prored hy tads made by trw Medical Cknics of the Uiu>cnitíes of Boan asd Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by DrSchutU, Professor of Phartoactifcgy at Boan, and Pro- fessor Dr Mossier, Director of the Medical Conics at GrirfnraM, that only prodacts that are saturated with oxygea and fried of acids, resinou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

POME and have a look at the latest lixt v of Good Second-hand BICYCLES. A, TAYLOR & Sos. ' ? :-. ' ?. . APLIN. BROWN AND CO.. LTD., 5O&CHANTS AND AGENTS. . TOWNRVILLK, BRISBANE," BURKETOWN, I THURSDAY ISLAND, AND POET DARWIK, T^HE above Company's steamers leave Messrs Wtdsh «nd Co.'s Wharf as under : For Port Douglas, the s.e., Adelaide every Wednesday Morning. Johnstone River, \ ~ ' . MourUysp Harbour I Clump Ptiitit .. ^ S.S.. ADELAIDE Cardwell I E.VKRYi Dungeness .._ I WEDNESDAY NIGHT TV-WIINVÍIIC . J ' J ' For rat«M of Freight and Passage Money upply to .r WALSH & CO., Agents, Cairns -THE Adc laido Steamship .COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Sanios BETWEEN ' CAIRNS» AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA (VJA PORTS). CAIRNS TO SYDNEY IN SIX DAYS. S S. " Franklin." V«i OR Ul S.S. " Allinga." V|a OR lag T *.S. "Adelaide." . "' Jt WILL ber despatched weekly fron Fearnley's Wharf For TOWNSVILLE MACKAY BRISBANE SYDNEY NEWCASTLE ?MELBOURNE ?ADELAIDE ?WEST AUSTRALIAN PORTS....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

ERNEST A. MILFORD, SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER roi. AFFIDAVITS, 4C. ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. G. . WILTON LE VAUX, ¡y- SOLICITOR, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. Formerly Managing Clerk l-j to Messrs koberts 6* Leu. ?-.«^.g^A.'--lCOC«,r >t.i>.,' * '.<'' Í ;/ 'EsrtAHADK, CAiBlfs. Consultation Hours: II A.M. TO I P.M. , 5 P.M. TO 7 P.M. . 1 Ch B. HAINES, (D.D.S.V., R.D.S). ? -Sutton St&tllt Visits Cairns every two or three months. ADDRESS - Hides' Hotel. j DA ^IÜTTLÉAMOOBE, r " D.D.srríu:s.A.),ANDM.D.A.(ü.s.A.). ;: f Harxe«ii AeatM». ' Next ' visit to Cairns early in the i coming Year. W. J. CALLENDAR, : Smnjotj-.-1 ' , ' G E R A L D TON. \' C<mb %iHt*4**rttrs-Hambledon i i:....*, (.»,.,,>[ . ? flatttmtiof-?¡*^¡-»"'i-o- H .: ZiHeH rAidr*u*i at above will receive i prompt attention. NURSE LAPSLEY, CERTIFIED ; MIDWIFE AND NURSE. Trained at the Lady Jhwen Hospital, Brisbane. NEXTCHURCH OF ENGLAND, ' ABBOTT STREET. HUGH FRASER, LICENSED SORYEYOR, CIVIL ENGINEER. OFF...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

M. WHOLESALE & RETA! Provision - Mordía ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, MBOLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash,, in the Cheapest and .. Best Markets of the World. Ile can, therefore,.afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M. B0LÂMS STOCK ? tprises Irequires. i,v requires, jfarnicr requires. (Her wants. Vjl . : ... . ?. . ? PtMhnnlovcc needs. ^^^^^^^^^^^1 M/hoiesale & Äetail Provision Merchant, ^ a 'Ti. -ABM^Sj STREET, s CAIRNS r **- nr ' ^^^^v^^ '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Stew Suce M^MWMÊ'ABBHVML.VHPW THE "*. "ICT A l'urdy trait _ ?MMS'BM m ^ Pw ?aw Fruu I B^^^^BI^HBSÍB^B^S^^E Condiment. I I^^BMHIB^HnB (,S,°L' I HH^HP**^IIP^Ä8'*3^Sss9BS^^E Pharmacopeia). ATTENTION ! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at thc root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it is, by the almost universal habit of stomach drug- ing. Simply stated, these distressing symptoms and their consequent evils are directly due to the inability ...

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Thornborough Notes. BY AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

HwfrtoroH. Htm. BY AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. Pçter Pago, the deaf Frenchman, is busy ' at work at the General Grant P.C.", where he has two or three men employed. He had an 80 ton crash- ing-last year which panned oat about ¿600, and now will have about 100 tons' good. for 2 ounces, which will be crashed .within the next month or so. Pugo bought this claim for ¿15 from old Quinlan, who died on the field last year. " It was offered to Mac- farlane and Taylor of No. i North on the General Grant line of reef for £10. Quinlan first gave the same Andr Macfarlane his interest in N0..1 North for nothing, when the former became too ill to work it Macfarlane and Taylor started on the Monday in Christmas week to put through 130 tons, which was expected to go over i bonces. This was crushed at the Kingsborough battery. Mac- farlane is atout to take a trip down South. Taylor is in bad health suffer- ing'from lung trouble. The Reconstruction, principally owned by Mrs Rowan, Mrs Buls and James...

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

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort Sc Co., Sydney specially report " on the produce market under date 24th December as follows : Sha/stins.-FuU-wooUed a}d to 5 Jd lb ; mediums, 34*1 to 4M per Ih ; shorts, id to 3jd per lb; pelts, 2d to 3"¡d lb. Tallow.-Mutton, £18 to £18 10s ; mixed, £16 to £16 15s ; beef, ¿16 to ¿16 12s per ton. . Hides.-Heavies,. 4d to 5d ; mediums, 3|dto 4 Jd ; lights, 3¡d to 4d per lb. Sheepskins.-On account of the holidays competition was not so brisk as usual, but quotations are quite equal to those of last actions.' : Tallow.-The large, increase ia thc oaota uoaa sar* fissaht to Umaga oa 'tastes*' ceased ;thtawn ni n:ea «JteX*'aa^s>»'«W:'«aii'a«i' ? la«'w«ea"s rateS5^-. ; " ' Hides-The may small supply of hides to band caused the market to improve from {to f as sales progressed, closing 'very firm at these prices.

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Central Mills. AN IMPORTANT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Central Milli. AN DIPORTAÑT ÄIEETING. : We extract the following from "the Mackay Mercury oí the 18th inst. : A meeting of the representatives of mills working under thc Sugar Works Guarantee Act of 1893 *'as held in the Mackay Town Hall last Wednesday at 3 p.m., the following gentlemen being present :-Messrs E. M. Long, G: A. Waite, Roberts, H. B. Black, J. M'Hardie, A. Innes, R. Atherton and J. Antony. On the motion of Mr Waite the Mayor of Mackay (Mr H. B. Black) took the chair. The Chairman having stated the object of the meet- ing, he proceeded to read the inward correspondence which was as follows : "From Proserpine CM. Co., appoint- ing Messrs Waite and Roberts, as representatives; Mulgrave CM. Co. appointing Mr Long to represent them ; Cordalba CM. Co. appointing Mr J. M'Hardie on : their behalf; Bauple CM. Co. naming Mr H. B. Black to represent the Mossman Co. expressed themselves in favor of ex- tending the terms and regretted that they could not send anyone to repre- sent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

E&tablisMU/t«« I FU la AU O f« UNIVERSAL ...1890... wm.LLnnun oe VO.PROVID?RS lioporttrs and ; âroccrs, Ironmongers i Commission and v ? J ' AND : '' S - lodgptors. j <? wral fforçfcapts j Forw d pg Agfpts. Cheap Family Drapers, Outfitters, Mercery , Boots ana] Shoes: &»£tïmLTiE& i Han», Bacoo, Frtsb Battfr, Cbtcst, Rolled Oats, J By ?tf«ry i Potatoes, Opiops Hay, Coro, Çbalf, Brap, Pollard ¡ Sttaiptr. SISS:W^UKARA' AND "GOLDEN" PURE CEYLON TEAS PRICES AND PATTERNS FREE ON APPLICATION. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Oar Oply Uf*a% I C"tJUAU « f A Ädjoipipg Bapk of Address Wn). LLIInUn & VU, AûStraUsia, Cairps. IS NOW OPENING FOR THC j X M A S j ^?ASON A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT Books, Church Services, Xmas Cards, Fancy Ornaments, í-í~t¿*J¿y.:^^^ ...Toya, fto.-......... ' ^liii>"'! Xwn grwiy «»r sw ' ' «>jy> " "iibw ? arriving. Pipe», Cigars, and Tobaccos of nil kinds, Accordians, Mouthorgans, Pocket Cutlery, Basketware, and other ...

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From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

?\ From Our Point of View. c^!^f" granted the extra flO,0 River Central Mill "promoters and th **o^J*»^«<tía«application difficulties ba diet .arith aoaasOiing like eeftaintw-tJi ike Jbtasaone Mill, so Iar as tko lonni tao» crop ia concerned, will be asocoai but to hare; the cane ia one thing and I make Ute beat ase of it is another. 1 the iightof Cairns experiencelet us ur> upon the attention of Johnstone Riv* fanners the absoluto necessity for electi« a shrewd, honest and as far as praetieabl an experienced first permanent Board < ! Directors. The agricultural interest mu< «sf course be duly represented bat. abo* ¡ ssl it is well to bear in mind that the sse . ef-saost use on the directory are tko« ' with . sound commercial experience Thousands of pounds have to be expend asl in «onnactiou with the mill, an probably important financial arrange ?Mints entered into with some loca banking institatiou. The Directors han the appointaient of the Mill ...

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Jan 6, 1896. LEAVE THE HEAT OF MELBOURNE, AND COME TO CAIRNS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

"MORNING POST." "Neither hy fear nor by favor, but by - . ; Truth atone.!' Auttey Kania*, 'u- 6, lWt. LEAVE THE HEAT OF MEL- BOURNE, AND COME TO CAIRNS. What a dreadful place, that Mel- bourne must be. Poor, people, how horribly they have suffered during the present summer. Only realise it if you l ean-the temperature in Victoria was I 30 degrees hotter a couplev.of ..weeks ago in Melbourne than it was with us Jp Cairns, North Queensland, at the ¡"same time, and for all we know to the contrary, is much hotter , now. ' Why ! on earth do not the Mel- bourne folks get away from Victoria during their awful summer and come and spend two or three months with us ? Here the weather is simply per- fect-beautifully cool ' breezy days, almost chilly nights, and scenery not to be equalled in many parts of the world. True"we have had a little rain lately, but such is the porous nature of our alluvial so.il that the water runs away as quickly as it comes.. No mud, no dust, nothing to militate aga...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Cairns Divisional Board. Minutes öf the ordinary meeting of the Cairns Divisional Board held at thc Board's office on Friday, 31st December. 1897. Present-Messrs Swallow (in the chair), Mackey, Fret well and Munro. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Mr Fretwell, seconded by Mr Mackey, ~ The outward correspondence was read and the inward correspondence was read, received and ordered to be dealt with " on - the motion of Mr Munro, seconded by Mr Mackey. A letter from the Under Secretary to thc Treasury, relative to the Board's; application for ;£ 10,000 for the com. pletion of the Aloomba extension, was: read. The letter stated that the loan will be.available as soon as the Trea- surer-is satisfied by .the Hon. the lHomcSawlirv, that ?ll>c provi-ions >e»f\r.»l»«-. l^^r:T^Voniincnt^Acts;:lmvO 'l :been --complied: ~. .with,/':; and '~ on thc receipt bf a notification from thc Railway Department that the plans and specifications of the proposed...

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 6 January 1898

Mr G. B. Haines, dentist, will visit Wal- ton's Federal Hotels Mareeba; on the / th, and remain for four days. Cairns will be visited on the 14th, Port Douglas on the 21 st, and Cooktown on the 28th.- See advertisement. When are tenders to be accepted for the new Lands Office ? The present office is in sufferably small, and quite inadequate to the requirements of the district. . The result of the trial of the new Acetylene (water) Gas by Messrs A. Taylor & Son was most satisfactory. Thc light given was of a soft white color, but of such brillance, that íi'íSnfi'íííi VhT"h"¿etr^S?^,/cHHá ¿»«pl* tn - :i to'iiMMct tlië ligtovwcve greatly impremnsd with the color, quality, and absence of neat. Attention of our Masonic readers is directed to thc advertisement convening a meeting of the Free Masons of Queensland to be held at the Masonic Hall, Brisbane, on the ,2nd of Februar), 1898, to discuss the proposal to form a Grand Lodge for Queensland. Full details oi thc movement'may be ...

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The English Eleven Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 13 January 1898

I The English Eleven Fixtures. The following are the fixtures of Stoddarl's j AU England Eleven : Opponents. " Dates. Glen Innes .. - 'Xov. 22, 23 Bnsbanc .. Combined team Xov. 26, 27, Toowoomba.. - Xov. 30 and Dec. 1 Armidale .. - Dec. 3, 4 Tamworth .. - Dec. b, 7 Sydney .. ist test match . Dec. io, 11, ,<»_i. '4 Sydney .. University C.C. Dec. 17, 18 " Ru.hciglen .. - Dec. 21 Bendigo .. - Dec. 27,29 -Melbourne .. 2nd test match Jan. 1, 3." 4, 5 Ballarat .. - _, Jan. 6, 7 Stawell ; .. - ,,J.in- io, ir Adelaide .. 3rd test match (an. 14, 15, 17," l8 - Hamilton .. - Jan. 20, 21 Geelong " .. r - jan. 22, 23 Melbourne .. 4th 'test match Jan. 28,^9,31 - Feb. 1 Sydney .. N.S.W. return Feb. 4, 5,^7,8 Brisbane ..Queensland .. Feb. l8,19,21 Sydney .. jth test match Feb, 25, 26, 28, March 1 Melbourne .. Vic. return .. March 5,6, 7, 8,9 Adelaide ., S.A. return ,", March"!!, 12.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 13 January 1898

LARGE «hipment. Latest, Improved "WHITE" Sewing Machines just to hand. A five years guarantee, THAT GlTAElKTBFI-i.. A. T\\ MIK ifcSoV

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Thornborough Notes. BY AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 13 January 1898

Thornborough Notes. ItY AX OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. Our Southern and Cairns mail has not arrived, and will not be here until to-morrow at the earliest, as Granite Creek, Mareeba, is a banker. The net season is now thoroughly established, and will do an immensity of good. The river was higher on Wednesday than it has been for many years, and all the brandies are bankers. Fish are once more plenti- ful, and alford great sport to all. It is reported that the Government has stopped the supply of beef fo the aboriginals, and if this is so it "will be a great hardship for them to procure any game, or to do any work for which they « ould be paid. As this miser- able race will soon be extinct it seems only just "that thej" should get the necessaries of life from the people who have occupied their country. The Kingsborough and Black Ball mills are in full swing. Taylor and McFarlane's crushing went through last week-125 tons of stone giving 280 ounces. . Other, crushing are ex- pected to ve...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 13 January 1898

MOVKJIKXTS. The Orient liner Oroya sails for Loudon from Sydney on the 5th February. The Cuzco" sails for Loudon from Spdney 01 the 16th February. The Palmer, s, from Townsville via ports, is due this morning. The Arlie s, for Hongkong via ports, leaves Sydney on the 13th Jauuary and is doe here on or about the 18th January. The Loss O'Gowrie, s, is due from Towns- ville via ports, oa Wednesday next, and will leave on the return trip immediately. . The Cintra, a, with the weekly mail from the South is due here this morning. The Jumna, Q.R.M.S., for London vii ports, leaves Brisbane on or about the 18th in it The Maranoa s, from Northern and Gulf ports is due to-day. The Taiyuan, s, from China ports, is due on or about the 14th February - The Duke of Argyle, Q.R.M.S., from London via ports, ¡3 duo ou or about the 18th inst

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