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Licensing Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12TH, 1898. (Before Messrs B. R. Stafford, P.M., R. Sturt and L Severin, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 13 January 1898

Licensing Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12th, 1898. (Before Messrs B. R. Stafford, P.M., R. Sturt and L Severin, J.J.P.) P. J Howley was granted a provis- ional license for premises to be erected   at the corner of Sachs and Spence street on condition of slight improve- ments being made on the plans sub- mitted Margaret Keating was also granted a provisional license for premises to be erected on the Esplanade on the same   conditions.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, 14TH JANUARY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

FKI»AV, UTIÍ JAXUAHV. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Peter Sedieii was further remanded for assault, the injured mau being still too ill to attend.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Police Court. T[?]URSDAY, 13TH JANUARY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Police Court. TAUKSIIAV, 13TH .TANUAKY. (Ik-fore tile Police Magistrate.) Charles Kirk mid Albert Toy charged with illegally obtaining passages on s.s. Cintra from Townsville to Cairns, pletdcd guilty and were fined 10s each, to pay the . fare, los each, total 25s each, in default 7 day« imprisonment: , AuuUIttu Pronto,, waa Unod 0« for dis- orderly conduct.

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MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

? ILK. ." Mr McCready, 'Analytical Chemist, Mulgrave Central Mill, thoughtfully senda.us the following.article on " milk ": ."In that capital little book " Aids to the Analysis of Foods aiid Drugs, " by T. H. Pearmain, and E. ii. Moor, ! F.C.S., members of ,the. Society of public Analysists, the authors- on the above subject say;: , The ^composition of cows milk varies somewhat according to tho season of the year, the kind of food employed, and also |^.b|«^-nf>eow,..bnt.ralting the. all-round average it ..contains about 3r5 per cent of fat and 0-5 per cent of solids other than .fat. Various causes may produce a milk > poorer tbaii thia, suchas improper fi «id, di health, old age, and length of lime from calving. The standards adopted hy the Somer- set House Chemists (who are the referees uuder the Sale of. Food'.ind Drugs Act) rare. 2-75'per cent fat, and 8-5 per cent solids not fat. This is lower than any other country except France/the following being some of the standards a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

FOR HOLLOWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY AND CLASSWARE, IRONMONGERY, LAMPWARE, ENAMELWARE AS» TINWARE, TKY-WM, LENNON .t CO. Cairns Naval Brigade. 'PIIE BRIGADE will resumo Drills en * *- FRIDAY Evoning (To-morrow) ut 8 o'clock at Drill Shed. Uniform as usual. By ordor. I T. F. SWALLOW, Cummanilinv; Cnirns Hiivul YJriyude. I ; SWtii JuaxMry, imm. ' ". Cairns School of Arts. i PPLICATIONS aro invited for posi tion of Secretary, Librarian, and Caretaker, and to be in thu hands of tho Acting Secretary not lator than FRIDAY, 4th February, 1898, at 8 p.m. Salary £25 per annum, and 10 per cent on all now subscriptions collected by him. 15. R. STAFFORD, President. JUST LANDED Ex P. â 0, Steamer from Ceylon ONE (1) TON KARA TEA. ONE (1) TON GOLDEN TEA. Packed in llb, alb, 51b, 101b, 201b and 501b chests. ^PTIIETUAI>KLIUKUAM.Y DKALT WITH. WM. LENNON & CO., Solo Proprietors, Wanted. WANTED-HOUSE MAID. Wages 15s per Week. Apply -FKIIEKAI., Hom,, Mareeba. WANTED-At Once. A GIRL to look after...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

COKBESPOPENCE. The Editor ts in no jetty responsible for the opinion . of correspondents. t. The ventilation of public matters '.pill ahoays be encouraged under this, heading provided the letters sent' in aresigned by the respective -writers. We reserve.tai ourselves the right, to,exclude all, manuscript bea ring a norn de plume, although iee are. prepared. Jo .admit that "Pro Bono Publico,h "Old f Subscriber," "One Who Knows," and, the rest of that ancient frater- nity of anonymous scribes,.may, under certain circumstances, be, excused, for veiling their signatures.'] C.--".'. '

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone," Thursday Morning, Jan. 20,1898. GOVERNMENT RAILWAY POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by : Truth alone,'" ThuslfcT Homing, Jtt. 30,1898. .' GOVERNMENT RAILWAY POLICY. It is a topic of current conversât among those in the political " kno in Brisbane that the Mareeba-Chilla Railway linc is ' only the beginning a new era of financial policy by Government of Queensland. It recognised that thc ruinous system borrowing large sams of money whe with to construct absolutely ncccssf but more or less unproductive, pul works must cease. With a pope lion of somewhere about 4oo,( people, Queensland's national debt ¿35,000,000 upon which ¿1,300,1 is due every year for interest. T sum is not paid away in paper ; thi is no chance of squaring the liabil for*>:Verarf>r ^interest-.* by -?" Paying .. I amount in notes or ; bills, t 1,300,000 golden sovereigns are ea year taken from thc colony to be p. to British bond-holders. The qu< lion is "how long can this state" affairs last ?" Already the people Queensland are taxe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

MR. G. B. HAINES, SiirgcdnDentist Has still father extended bis visit in Cairns tUl Wednesday < next, visiting Port i Douglas following day, the 27th. Nb .outside townaviaited. Consulting Rooms at MRS. HIDES' CAIRNS HOTEL Ladies abd Qent!etMn requiring MR. HAINES' 001 VI 00.1 should please address bim at Hide*' Hotel, and thoa entura prompt attention. Teeth astin Gold or Vulcanite, or in any styU, preferred, but Patrons maj safely rely upon the advice of MK HAM«» whose long expérience enables him to please, and satisfy, everyone. ... Suetioa Plates with all modern im- provement«, ? ? . 0HAR0E8 MODERATE. MR. Gi'-Ä." HAINII, (D.D.8., R.D.S.) ADDRESS MRiHIDKS HOTEL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

' _W IUI ITRSMCK »IClT"" ' ¡WMjll Special RescrrcAthisky. fwafmS years old Special lieserve Whisky -v fi"** " yews old Glen; Lion Whisky j"g»> »jjjllllll Pale Brandy MM:m Sparkling Ale . . ta Octww, qoarters and casts. WAUK S Co., Cairns and Port Douglas Mareeba and Mossman. : CSE ONLY ~ "MYOLA" O O FF XIS, flrqwn at Myola, uear Barrou Falls ' Cairns, N.Q. ' The Registered I5rand IN au Alligator. - WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENTS.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Januar}* 13.-Cintra s, Captain J. E. Butcher, from Southern ports; Passengers ; Misses Baus, Clifford, Hunt, Long, Year wood (2),; Mesdames Bennett, Baus, Taylor, Wilson,; .Messrs Bennet, Fowler, O'Brien, Atthow, Baker, P. Le Vaux, Ross, Taylor, Mal Snsaki,; Master Binnie' and 7 in thc steerage. Bums, Philp and Co., agents. January, 13,-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, from Townsville, ria ports,. Passen- gers : Miss Hinch,; Mesdames Wood, Archibald, Messrs Spiers, Broadby, Johnson, Prigg, Newell, Morton, Woods, Laycock, :.Rhodes, Jennings, and io ;n the steerage, Burns, Philp and Co., Agents. Januarj- 13.-Maranoa, s, Captain C. A. Thorpe, from Northern and Gulf pons. Passengers: Miss Scott,: Messrs Armour, Francis, and 6 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. | . January 15.- . Cintra, s, Captain J. E. . Butcher, from Cooktown via port Douglas, "passengers : AKsscs J>uffin, Willicks, Mes _ dames": Crus, six Sisters of Mercy, Messrs Weite. Anderson, McM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

A U.S.N. CO., Ltd. ROYAL' MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. r|1HE Steamers ot thc above Company an " 1 ' intended to sail as under : Townsville ' . Bowen . " Mackay ' .' * -"...' .Rockhampton 'Gladstone .Bundaberg .Maryborough Brisbane Sydney Melbourne - {Adelaide. {Albany . {Freemantle - .' {Geraldton {Cossick, and other West Australian ports > Geraldton - V Mourilyan I \ Cardwell ! PALMER, Dungeness j TowrMille . I TO-D.vv . Port Douglas Cooktown ^Thursday Island ^Normanton JBurketown ARAMAC TO-IJ.VV '.''."Transhipping n Keppel Bay. .- ^Transhipping at Cooktown, : : JTrarjisJiipping at .Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to "" BURNS, 1'HILP i CO., LIMITED. S.S. " VICTORY, " (90 Toni Beg.) rpHlS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for all lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, . When iu Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will be carried. . FARE : 2...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDN'KV, Wei. Thc members of the Coal Lumpers Union still persist in their refusal to work with non-unionists. Their places arc being filled by non-unionists. The third test match, England v Austra- lia, started on Friday last at the Adelaide scores :- I AUSTRALIA-1st Innings. McLeod, b Briggs ... ... ... 31 Hill, c Storer, b Richardson ... 81 Darling, o Storer, b Richardson ... I'M . Gregory, c Storer, b Hirst... ... 52 - Trott, b Hearne . 3 Noble, b Richirdion. 3»v Iredale, b Richardson . 84 Kelly, b Stoddart ... ... ... 22 Jones, run ont ... ... ... 8 Howell, b Hearne . ... 17 Trumble, not ont ." ... 37 Sundries ... ... ... 21 Total . . ">73 Exe:LA»o.-Ut Iunings. Mason, b .Innes, ... ?? .. ll Kanjitsiiighi, c'Noble, b Trumbe .. 6 McLaren, b Howell ... 14 . Storer, b Howell ... ... ... * Drucc, c Darling, li Noble .. ... 24 Hayward, b Joues ... ... 70 Stoddart, c Jone«, b Howell ... 13 Briggs, c Kelly, b Noble '.. .. 14 Hearne, b Howell ... ... ... 0 Hirst, c T...

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A Jibbing or Baulky Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

A Jibbing or Baulky Hone. A well known horse trainer gives advice for the. benefit of those who have been , caused a great deal ...of anxiety by a jibbing or baulky horse, lost trains, as. .well ^as their. tempers, and even sometimes ruined the, horse. The next time they have the experience, or should run across a baulky horse, no matter how bad he is, he] says,. if you do as" I tell you, he'will start, and the method will be found successful-in 99 cases out of a hundred. "When ahorse baulks, no matter how badly he sulks, pr ; how ugly he is, dd hot beat him^' don't throw sand in .his earsy'''don't 'use a rope on his ' front legs, or even burn straw under him. Quietly gö'out "and patr'hinii on thé head for a moment, take a .hammer, or oven pick np .a stone, in ,tlie,|Strcet,; tefl the.driver/.td.sit still, take.his lines, hold them quietly while you lift either front foot, give each nail a light tap on the frog. Drop his foot quietly, ;snd.then;.chirp,h¿m.tolgót'; In ninety nine cas...

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QUEENSLAND. THURSDAY ISLAND, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

QUEENSLAND. TiiUKsoAY ISLAND, Wed. Tlic search for thc man Barchoo, who shot three of his countrymen last week, still continues, but no trace of his where- abouts has yet beeu discovered. GEORGETOWN-, Wed. John Hegleson h id both his legs broken by a piece of timber, which he was attempt- ing to load in a waggon. MAIIVIIOKOUGII, Wed. Mrs Mooney, a well-known hotel keeper, has been charged with arson. BKISBAXË, Wed. The net profits of the Bank of N. Q. for the half year are ¿£1359, which, with the bahnce from la?t. jeir will be carried forward. Over half a million acres of laud will shortly bc thrown opeu for selection in the Hughenden and Winton districts. The weather forecast states that heavy rain with electrical disturbances may he expected on the North Kastern coast. At the banquet tendered lion. T. J. Byrues on Monday last, he stated that Queensland was only beginning to learn how to advertise herself in England. CROYDON, Wed. The bo ly of the mau Mullins, who was lost in the b...

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How a Lady Squared her. Overdraft. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

ñow*Lmáy Sqoared her. (ftenlr&ft. The..manager of a.London banking establishment telia a charming example of .that, delightful, inability to transact business of »ny sort which so often ac- companies great artistic accomplishment. 'A yodng'liäy artiit, who enjoys a first clasa reputation amongst her colleagues and whoae. pictures have repeatedly attracted considerable attention ut recent exhibitions,..was (says .London "Tahle Talk ") persuaded by her friends to start a banking account. . Having been shown the,, obvious j adrantage of the cheque system, she followed the advice. Matters went on «jiiite smoothly, until one day she received a communication from the bank manager, iii which, she wak . politely informed that she had overdrawn her account, ind would have to make up for the deficiency by paying in tho «um of £20. .... : Fall of indignation, the artist sat down immediately and penned a reply in the following terms :-" Sir,-I am in receipt of your communication of even...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

|'|T;V"Î* HAINES hus h.vl to extend his |U. 1>. visit fur one week further |

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The Franklin in a Cyclone. A PERILOUS TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

The Franklin in a Cyclone. A PERILOUS TRIP. For thc .following atcount of tho recent eventful trip of tho steamship Franklin, belonging to tho Adelaide Steamship Company wo are indebted to JIr D. Horan, Mareeba, who was a passenger thtircon. Tho steamer left thu lîrisbnno wharf at 7 p.m. on Saturday the 8th inst. Captain Vipan commander, and reached Townsville on Saturday tho 15th at 8 o'clock. The vessel carried a full cargo and was crowded to its utmost capacity with passengers, most of whom were North Queensland ^teachers, who had been South for tho Midsummer holidays, and wcro returning home. 'Thc passenger list also included tho Mareeba-Chillagoe railway survey party. Altogether there wore not loss than KM) souls on board including ten ur twelve children. After leaving tho . wharf she steamed slowly down tho river in the face of a strong head wind, under murky skies and heavy rain. Passing tho pile light she anchored for thc night, and carly rm Sunday morning she crossed the ba...

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Who Shall be Overlord of the Pacific? THE AMBITIONS OF JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

tfbó Éitíl bé (Wwlord of ttíePaiiffc? THÉ AMBITIONS OF JAPAN.! . Gctíerálisers have divided the course .of; civilisation into" three' periods1 Mediterranean, Atlantic; affd Pacific according^ to, the ^stretch'. of water which foons' the ttíé'átrc' of principal human- interest.',. We are said td be now oñ thc verge of the Päcific period; but the happy, omen, of the name is already belied by the speculations and preparations to. which the advancing' importance of thè ocean has-given rise.': Inffäceof the telegram regard- ing the Japanese navy which appeared in our last issue, an article in the North A mérícan ßfagasitie iöf October, by Mr C. H. Cramp, should prove of interest He calls attention . to the. cyplonic s^ddenne^.^t^.if^^'japan ha? 's4e^'i^''^^/éím^<xí. He says,;, Japan], is not j. pjá(y . Wilding more, ships .than any other Power ex .cept England, bot she Jsjbmldiiag '? béttír'írtirps 'fri Eugflí h" shfpjárírs' than EngfMtfh^ own'navyV', ; THE NAVAL' AÇjryifV OF....

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Petty Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, 19TH JANUARY. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Petty Debts Court WKÜSESOAY, 19nc .TAXUAUY. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.) Verdicts were given for plaintiffs in the following cases : . rj> Lum Mon Sang v. J. Cannon, £3 Os and 3s costs. Margaret Redden v. C."-Lc Grund '11s Od and Os costs. An interpleader summons W. and J. Cannon v. Lum Mon Sang was with- drawn. In thc case of T. Mackey v. j»Iulgrave Central Mill Co. £44 4s 3d, the .Company paid £13 5s into court, and the case was withdrawn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under thc distinguished pat- ronage of .His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through thc Consul-Gencral for Italy, at Melbourne,. March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibi- tion, 1S83.. .Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. : Thcie are imitations." of . Eucalypti* Extract Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recog- nised by the Medical Division bf the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878,'.we state : It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of thc Universities of Bonn and Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro- fessor Dr Mossier, Director of the . Medical Clinics at Griefswald, that only products that arc saturated with oxygen and freed of acids, resinous and other substances adh...

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