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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1883. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

«-TiIU»SJ>AY, -..MARCH12, IS8-V (îiiaraiiteril Ï00 Copies Weekly. THE approach ot tuc conference ot delegates, .appointed bv the various separation " leagues, willela is " to take place at Townsville early in next month, again brings the question of separation prominentlv before the public* and calls for tne earnest consideration of every individual who is not utterly re- gardless ot' the future welfare of the Xortli. or who is at all anxious to. sec it prosper, ami attain that high and indépendant rank in the colonial family whieii ¡ts natural resources entitle it to. and which sooner or later must become its true position. Since the inaugura- tion of the present movement by the people of Mackay the cause has uuulc steady progress, and numerous leagues have been formed throughout the North for the purpose of forwarding it and obtaining that concession which lian for .several ..years been gradually .milling itself felt to be an abwohite necessity if thc Northern portion of Queens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. rjlHE Company's Steamers leave this port EVERY THÜESDAY FOE XOKTHEEN POETS, »nd EVERY SATÜEIUY EVENING FOE SOUTHKEX POETS. For Fan» and Kates of Freight, ¡«pply ut thu CtHUDunyV own Office, ¡it Wharf. 1 ' BUBNSV PHILP and CO. (LIMWÜB), (isdaià lational Bank, LIMITED. Incorporated under "The Companies Act," IS»«. BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT. OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital Paid-up Capital Reserve Fund 500,000 1S5,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Drafts issued on Bead Oat cv. Branches und Agents. Advouees mode against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual bunking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH. Manager, Cairns Branch. " fJIHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesday* and Saturdays. Terms-Ute per quarter, or Jd annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circulation, and claims to lie a reflex of the Wild River tin, «¡Iver, u...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS March 5.-Fitzroy, «.H" Capt. SfeutingalV from Sviliu'v, ria. Bri»b ne ami ports. PiMsemflïr»-Mes- dames Behan. Cop. Waneau. Min« M*Allan, Bann. Cop, Wanera, Fulford." Hinton^1 Edwards,- Dr.. M'Dow: ll. ami 1ft in steerage. Murch S.-Arclier, H.S., Capt. Morris, from Sydney, TU Hrislune ami iwrts. Passengers-Miss Shannon, Me-wrs. K. Frith. W. S. Lawrence, and 6 in stoera«. March 7.-Fitiror. s.s.. Capt. SuilitinicJl. from Cooktown. PaiMeuiwrs -Messrs. M"Leod, Tod, und win steerage._;_._ "_._-, ~~wMârch'~.-Archer, «j., Cai>t. Morns, from Cook, town. March S.-^Quirainir, s.s.. Capt. M'Lean, from Srdnev. via Uriaoane ami j«ort». Pa«em.-er»-Mrs. Buen. Miss Grer. Miss Smith. Bev. W. A. Turner. Mesum. Fleiuiuif, Ingleton, Keeves, A. Gray, T. C. Allen, ami 7 ia steera-jw. * "". -Marchll.-Bnnlekiu; s.s.,"Capt. Keir, from Towns-" »¡Ile. -. , March 1<1.-Maranoa. «_«.. Caj>t. Haaptou. from Snlner, Via BrisKine and porti*. Passen«» -Jmh» Noel. A. Draper, J. Nair...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

Victoria. MKLUOriíNK. MABU. !». Tho V.W.C. Autumn Meeting was concluded on .Saturday last. The fol- lowing is the result of the «lay's racing:-Maulen .Stakes: Stomiaway, 1 : Duration, 2 ; Metal, "1. Thc Nursery llaudii-ap : Sunny Days, I ; Alhiiicr, 2: IK'laiuia, ¡I. The Autumn llaiuli- eap: Uliiik Jloiiiiy, ' : -A ii>;lc»ey, 2; Ktormawitv, . .TlM>-C.'ha>u|Mon Stake« : Commotion. I : Uavñl. - : Mirer Kmg. .~~r.ru.w^w- eix-li*»rînrt" -r.«-«rtc»l --fur" this nice. tVinimition won easily by ten lengths. Time." -"imin ilijsec. The AU-agcd Stakes: l)milo|>. 1: Garfield. 2 ; Uralla, U. MAH» ii UK À Cabinet Council meeting was heh! to-day t«» consider the various matters j connected with thc offer recently linnie hy thc 'Government of Victoria 'to fur- nish a eoutiligeut «if troops for the Soudan. Since.the Victiman offer was made the aspect of affairs in Europe have considerably altered, and in view «if the ]>r«:seilt strained relations be- tween England and Russia, thc...

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New Zealand. WELLINGTON, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

WELLINGTON, MARCH 5. The Yrozeii Meat Cuiiferenee at Christchurch... luve _ decided tu ask Loudon consignees" to elect a eouimit tee to regulate tho sales of New Zea- land meat. They also suggest scuding home persons to organise the com- mittee. (From our Exchange«.) BRISK WK, MAI-CH 5. The claims against thc Government for damages1 sustained ' through the rc- j cent railway collision at Darra now : amount to £17,900. One mau claims £10,000. -,.' " TW lafaw of the Kanaka-Colmia sioncrs are now euded, and a fal! re- port 'is ,'ou " the way to the Colonial Secretary." .?; "-r. SÏDXEW MAKCÏI 4. The troop-ship* ,Iberia a tul Aus- tralian passed (iabo at ll.-"Mí this morning, añil reported all well, anti the mea in good spirits. At a meeting of members, of the Patriotic Fund it was rópiirted that tlie amount (»aid into the bank todate was £15.70». - including X'MM from Mr. Tyson. A further amount of tiVrtf £*iaiH» was feti'iVed til lile Uni ting. BKKI.1X, M.vitin 4. Omsidcrablc diplomat ...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

Local Items. The average daily attendu nee at the Cairns State School is now over 90 children. Should this keep iucroasing it will soon he necessary to erect a separate school for the accommodation of thc pupils. This will also be the means of separating the boys from the girls. In a telegraphic lueseat^e i rom LonJiW to the HritilMUle «lnïlït't* it in stated tht-re Are One thousand feuians who are being equipped at Chics<;o to be despatched to .' assist, the Mahdi's"forces"in Egypt.- [What'a glorious repast "these Ï miscreant would j make. ' for Father Neptune could they be suuk.to the bottom of the deep blue sea while on their passage to Egypt.-ED.. C. POST.] T >R The weather <luriu¿ the past week has been exreedingly hot anti sultry, with the prevailing light;winds from the 8. and S.S. A change set in on Monday afternoon List, and there was a heavy downpour during the afternoon, which histed at intervals till Tuesday morning ; 1-USiu of rain fell during t...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. BRISBANE, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

LATEST HI', WIRE. [FROM OUtt OWN COBBK8POSPEST-] ., : ?f \ '.????\'r.* ' BRIS BA X E, MABCU 7.1 Yiii» morning while the Maranoa «teamer" from"'; Sydney~" wa'*"' Crossing Luggage l'oint ^-uttiiig Moreton Bay a saloon passenger, named A. H. Hamilton, aim was sitting on tue taff- rail aft.-fell overboard.' " The engine* ¡ were immediately reversed and life- buoys thrown over," and a boat lowef^I with the chief officer, who dived down s vcr»! time», all of .which was without avail, as the màn never rose: to the shr M.utcii lo. Hie Premier lias IHJCII invited toa banquet to bc held at Maryborough on ' the 11th or 15th April next. Advices have been received that the * Agent-General has called for tenders for nine' steamers t.i convey bounty emigrants to Queensland during the present year. Six are te sail from London and _ three..,.frpni_GJsuigow* ; each vessel ls ""not to carry more than ?400 emigrants. John Cameron, nf the New South Wales Trigonometrical Survey Depart- ment, has been eng...

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Cairns District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 March 1885

Cairns District Hospital.   A dramatic and musical entertainment was given at the Divisional Hall by local ama- teurs on Monday and Tuesday evenings last the 9th and 10th instant, in aid of the above institution, and notwithstanding the in-   clemency of the weather on Monday night there was a large and appreciative audience, which numbered fully 150 persons. The attendance on Tuesday evening was also   very good. The entertainment consisted of   the laughable farce "Caught by the Cuff," and a drama entitled "The Toodles," with a concert between the interval of the per- formances. In the farce "Caught by the Cuff," Mr. W. C. Smith took the part of Job Bent, (a policeman), while Mr. A.A. Wall represented the lodginghouse-keeper, Mrs. Pryer. Both these gentlemen gave an excellent rendering of these characters, who took the lead throughout the piece, and they both kept the audience in a constant state of roars of laughter. Mr. E. King...

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HERBERTON. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

HEBBEBTON. ! ir»ivh 1:1. THEBE is really nothing to write about milling matters remaining just as there were a week ago. At Silverneld, Mr. Young has tulea np another lease, and throe others hare also applied tor leases, but beyond the company's property the work being done is insignificant ; nor have I heard of any fresh discovery at that locality. The four mills crushing last week are fully engaged this veek, and smelting; operations are in full force at Irvinebank. At Nearelltou (Silver Camp) good work is beim*' done. The com- pany are getting oat a large quantity of galena before commencing smelting. Another claim is also being fully worked. At Beturn Creek tenders are called to pack 100 tons stone to mill aï Irvinebank, and at the Mag- dala very rich stone is being raised. Work is progressing at several other claims at this locality. For" vant of water stream tinning has stopped at the Tate. There should be about 70 or 80 tons stream tut ready. At Gregory's Gully, Fay and Marna...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

MELBOURNE, MABCH 14. Tlie Premier ha», during the past two day», been in communication with tbe premiers of thc other colonies on the subject of scuding a united Aus- tralian contingent to assist in thc pro jioscd autumn campaign in the Soudan. Haring avcertaincd the views' of the other colonies, Mr. Service states that they are inclined to defer making any deli II ¡te proposals, or taking any active steps in the matter until they arc in possession of further information from the Agents-General relative to thc in- terviews now taking place between them and the Imperial Government, lt is probable, therefore, that the whole matter will stand in abeyance for thc present. About fifty bootmakers are out on strike from several establishment» in Collingwood through th» employment of non-union men. MAUI II IS Sir AV m. Jervois attended a Cabinet sneering this morning to consider the bearing of tlie Afglian question on this colony. His Excellency the Governor and Major-General Scratchier wer...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

. .. ' Ham Swak JMM. ? «VONKV, MAKCII 13. À shocking tragedy occurred at Coonamble gaol yesterday morning. Two prisoners, named Angel and Thurstone, were confined in one cell, and on the turnkey, White, entering the cell, pouueed upon him, knocked him down, and took his revolver from him. White raised a cry for assist- ance, and warder Mitchell rushing to rescue him was «hot by Angel through the left breast. The prisoners then escaped, and have not yet been cap- tured. Mitchell succumbed this morn- ing to the effects of his wound. In the room adjoining where he died his wife was lying unconscious from typhoid fever. Mr. George Augustus Sala arrived here last night br the San Francisco mail steamer, and proceeds to Mel- bourne, whert- he will commence a lecturing tour through the colonies. The libel action of M^Elhoue r. the EVEMXG NEWS, which bas lasted throughout the week, was concluded last evening. The jury, after two hours deliberation, returned a unani- mous verdict for the def...

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Easter Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Easter lace Meetiae. TH« following nominations have been re- ceived : »?DU B&C«. Mr. J. H. Pyne's Soldier Boy, a jed Mrs. Burke's Commodore, aged Mr. W. Anderson's Purga Boy, aged Keil Jonson's Too Late, aged F. E. Johnstone's Porto, aged F. E. Johnstone's Lenora, aged. KA8TSB OUT HANDICAP. Mr. G. M'Kay's Hippy, »«ed J. H. Pyne's Soldier Boy, aged J. Macnamara'« Negro, aged A. Street's Tam O'shanter, aged A. Street's Vanguard, aged Mrs. Burke's Commodore, aged Mr. 0. J. Tigbe's Couran, 5 years F. E Johnstone's Porto, aged F. E. Johnstone's Lenora, aged i J. Kilpatrick'* Bucfcjuuiper, age I W. Anderson's Purga Boy, aged

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

..«Iii Amlralla. ADELAIDE, MABCH 13. Mr. Playford lias received communi- cations from Mr. Service, suggesting a joint reply from Victoria, Queensland, and South Australia to Earl Derby with reference to the proposed amend- ment* to the Federation Enabling Bill. It was arranged that before the colony should reply a copy should be tor warded to Mr. Colton in New Zealand. Mr. Playford telegraphed Colton, and when thc answer is received it will be handed to thc Press for publication.

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. HERBERTON, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

LATEST MY WIRE. [FBOX oca own co RB Ea FONDENT.] HEKBEBTOX, MABCU 18. Tuc District Conrt sittings termin- ated yesterday. P. Doyle was con ricted' of embezzlement, acd sentenced to »ii months imprisonment in Brisbaut gaol without hard labour. In thc cattle ateaUug cases, tried under tit« Brands Act, Boper was tried and dis charged, and the rest of thc eases wert not proceeded with. Mr. Milford ap- peared for the prisoners iu all these cases, and made an eloquent and telling speech ou behalf of Boper. Yesterday being St. Patrick's Da) brought many people into town, ant the sports held iu honour of it wen well attended. It is understood that the request foi an adult assistant in the telegraph offici has been conceded by the authorities. Weather unpleasant with light rains GEORGETOWN, MARCH 13. Latest crushiugs at Delaney's mill. Lalla Rookh, 81 tons stone, yieldet 179 ouiu-es of gold. At Georgetown Papa, 117 tons, yield 121 ounces Titonia, 10 tous, yield GO ounces smelted gold in each...

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Cable Messages. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] European News. LONDON, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Cable Messages. BOM Ol'U OWN' COUKKSI'ONDKNTSJ European Mews. LONDON, MAKLII 12. The stuck market to-day wa» very depressed. There ha» lat'ii a semi-panic ¡ti consequence of tlx' uneasiness pre- vailing with regard to the relations of Kunian.I and ltusssia. lt is announced that Loni Carring- ton, tile now Governor of New South Wales, loaves for his post iii October. MAUCII 1:1. A further heavy fall in consols ha» occurred, owing to the prevailing un- easiness regarding political affairs. The present price is i>7, and .AustraliaII Government securities generally exhibit a decline. Mr. Gladstone, last night, made a statement in the House of Common* regarding the communications which have been passing between the Kngli--.li aud German Government* on thc »ub ject of German annexation in Xcw Guinea, lie »aid that thc négociation» at present wert making favourable pro {.ma luminla _ail~»llKl4T.it:llldlllJI, auU expressed a belief that Germany would bc willing to fix the boundary line b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BO ARO. TENDERS aro invited for Clearing it Road through Fallon's Selection, 20ft wide, to Jauiieson's. Plans, specifications and conditions inny be seen at tbe Divisional Board office. Tenders close ut noon on the 1st April, 1H85. C. GABDINEB, Engine** to tbe Board. CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. NOTICE is hcreliy given to Owners ot Property and Insurance Aleuts, tiiut ull Debris now lying in Abbott and Sucnce streets, must be lien oved before noon To morrow (Fridny), or prue^ediugs will be taken in accordance with Clausen 3 and 4 of By-law 3. By order, J. A. BUNTING, Inspector of Nuisances. ?.Mc«. NOTICE i« hereby given, that the sit- tings of the Northern District Court, to be holden at Cairn* on Friday, the JMKh instant, is hereby ADJOURNED to MON- DAY NEXT, tba 23rd instant. AU Witnesses und Juror« ure requested i not to attend until tbe 23rd instant. By order, JAMES WOOD. R«-gistrur Northern District Court, Court Hoiine, Cairns, March IN, 1SS5. APPLICATIONS FOE CER...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Morell ll. - Florinda, sch., Capt. Keon, from Marynorongli. Mire li Ranelagh, s.».. Capt. W. Beel, from Sidney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers-Mrs. Shaw and 4 childreu. I*. Cameron, F. Clifton, S. Loeven, T.K. Daly, ami 7 in steerage. Marek U.-Eanelagli, BJ.. Capt. w. Beel, from Cooktown. Passengers-C. Page, Gai Key, and 5 in steerage. March lt.-Maranoa, s.s.. Capt. Hampton, from °^rcu^.:^öpcral.'sch;; Capt." Bowton, from New Zealand, via Townsville. March 18.-Burdekin, SJ., Capt. Keir, from Towns- ville, Tia Johnstone Eiver. Passengers-Mr. G. New- man.and -tin steeraire. , Karen 18.-Warrego, sj.. Capt. Phillips, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers-Mrs. Svmes,"Mrs. Hobson, Mrs. A. Dorsey, Messrs. J. G'illiiran. M'Lareu. G. Downe, W. O'Connell, J. Mac namanj W. P. Walker, F. W. Wilson, and 10 in steerage.

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IMPORTS. EX BURDEKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

IMPORTS. EX BlTRDEKLX- . . I Consigned to Barns, Pltilp ¡mil Co.-30 cu*kn ce- ment. 9 cuan kerosene, 1 «Io «mee, 2 boxes ci*nirs, ¿J cases nails, 1 keg do, 4000 lire bricks, I parcel, I package tacks, l owe hardware, 3 sheets, I bule iron. -Bnnis, Philp and Co.. agents. EX B.VNELAOIL Consigned to Barns, Philp and Co.-2 cases tongues, 3 do cukes, 1 burrel salmon, 5 boxes sultanas, 5 cases salad oil. CouaiVued to Juck und Newe!, Herberton.-1 paper parcel, 1 case chino. Miscellaneous.-1 canvas parcel Witing, CO cases brandy, 10 do old tom, 20 do rum, > paper parcels, ¿ kegs butter, 1 eas« coffee, 10 boxes tea, 1 case. 1 package, 1 case cheese. From Townsville: 1 case nie, 1 do stout, 1 portmanteau, 1 truss stationery, 1 case cheese. Front Cooktown: ¿0 mats rice, 1 bundle brooms.-Burns, PPilp and Co., agents. Captain Bowton. of the schooner Hopeful ¿16 tons, reports having left the Bluff, ÎÏ.Z., on 27th January ; encountered stroug westerly £ales in Foveaux Straits for four days; the...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Our Brisbane Letter. (FBOM ona on oouunnniiT.I WK .bare just received the telegrama of President Cleveland's inaugural ad- dress to Congress. What a contrast the American partie» present to ours. Some people imagiued that when a Democratic President was elected the policy of the United States would be reversed. What a mistake. President Cleveland takes up the policy of his predecessor ; the Monroe doctrine is to tie maintained, aud America is to be kept outside of all European complica- tions, the negroes in the South are assured that tho change of Govern- ment will not affect their interests, Chinese are to be excluded, the Civil Service reformed, and not a word about any alteration of the tariff. ; There is a change of wen at the White House, but no change of policy. As regards Queensland polities there is not much news to tell. The Post- master-Generalship is still vacant, but two more aspirants for it are. named Messrs. Jordan, M.L.A., and Cow- lishaw, M.L.C. Mr. Cow lisha«'s cl...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Correspondence. £We do not hold ourselves.responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the CATONS POST.) SIK,-The recent action of a certain clique on the Divisional Board in accepting the tenders of Mr. A. J. Draper and Mr. J. J. O'Leary appears to be such a piece of jobbery on their part that in justice to my- self, being the lowest tenderer for the town No. 1 sub-division, and in the interest of the ratepayers, I shall avail myself of your column? to fully ventilate the subject. There were three tenders received for the town Ko. 1 sub-division, viz.-A. J. Draper, -£50, time required eight weeks ; J, Macna- mara, JE20, four weeks; and myself ¿15 15s, three weeks. -For the No. 2 sub-division J. J. O'Leary, JU7, with eight weeks; J. Mac- namara. ¿15, four weeks. No. 3 sub-division, J. J. O'Leary, J232, eight weeks; J. Macna- mara, JE15, and four weeks. The ratepayers will be enabled to judge for themselves by tile foregoing figurm* thu groat ioiVMtiuci o? t...

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