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Ratepayers Petition. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Ratepayers Petitum. To the chairman and members of the Divisional Board. The humble petition of the undersigned ratepayers of Cairns divi- sion sheweth : 1st.-That your honourable Board is ap- pointed for the purpose of administering the affairs of the division for the general good rather than for the benefit of the individual members of the Board and their friends and connections. 2nd.-That the funds should be expended in such a manner as to benefit the greatest number to the largest extent. ard.-That everything partaking ot the that in future when tenders are called for valuations or other work« you "will not give the contract to the highest tenderer if his tender is 330 per cent, higher, and he re- quires time in the proportion of 8 to 3 in comparison with the lowest tenderers, al- though his partner should be a member of your honourable Board, whilst the lower tenderers are men of at least equal ability and of equal or greater experience. And your petitioners will ever pray. Win...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Special Column. - APLIX, BKOAVTS" AKD CO., LIMITED, TOWNSVILLE. TIE above Company. intend running a .?ft,.Steamer between Townsville. Dun- geness., Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, ¡md Johnstone River, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving, at Cairns on W*e tines Jay afternoon. For Fares and Freights apply to BUHNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOWS WHARF. The s.s ZEUS will leave for the above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock ajn., Returning same day, com- mencing? on Monda;, the 8th inst. For Fares and Freights, apply BURNS,-PHILP and CO., . Agents. FRED. T. WIMBLE AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. - Reliable Valuations made, and Realizable Market Value quoted. Intending investors can rely upon their interests receiving moat careful attention, while Sellers may also depend upon highest market prices being obtained for them. Temporary Office : i Corner Spenee-street and Esplanade, next to the Post and Tele- graph Office, Cairns. Church of England. T>EV. ...

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

GLOBE HOTEL, ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS," ; Opposite Post ? and Telegraph Office'. ' C:;W. MGOWAN, PROPRIEXOB. ? The' Globe Hoiel is a new tw'o-storey building, and will be found^to possess every convenience for the Public as well as Com .mercialand General Travellers.; The posi- tion of the Hotel is centrally situated, and is within a few minutes walk frpui the wharf. t Superior Brands of Wines; Spirits, and Beer. Billiard Boon), Baths, and every convenience C. Gardiner. CE.. LICENSED SURVEYOR ?: ' ... ? ABD' ? :??>-??'? ??? ? ARCHITECT, j DIVISIONAL BOABD OFFICE, CAIBKS. - THOMAS BEHAN, IICEISKD 8171TBTOB, J ;"/:'' ^ce^BBOTT-S^E^T/ ^. / ;i. John Atherton. ; WHOLESALE, RETAIL, EAinLT ..AXD; SHIPÍlís'Cr : JB ;H S », ; Í - ABBOTT-STBECT, CAIRNS. , : : FAMILIES' WAITED TJ^ON; SLEEKS. * .sm^e^LT' affppL^.'i'i-i,'V. ' .' 'Mails &*KMu*n»;'nf% KENION and "o; ;are ghowing a large i stock of newest deainis at low prices. :?; FltOÔIX^T. AVIMBLE, LAND ANO ESTATE AGENT. Land Valuations a...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

THURSDAY, MAKCH 19, ISS5. Guarantee«! 7<M, Copies Weekly. I IT lias frequently been our unpleasant duty during the recent history of the Divisional Board to severely criticise the actions of certain members of thai body who have shown themselves totally unfit to sustain the position to which they have been raised, and perfectly unreliable to administer the local affairs of the division. Although always displaying alamentable incapacity to fulfill the duties entrusted to them by the rate- payers, they perhaps have never appeared so true to their characters as at the last meet- ing of the Board, when the tenders for the_ post of valuator to the Board were con- sidered, and when against all law, etiquette, justice, propriety, or regard for the interests of the ratepayers, they, by combined voting, accepted the highest tenders," and gave a contract to the partner of one of the voting members. To properly grasp the position and understand the mo- tives which prompted such unwa...

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Land Rents Due. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

pa » J^Iff^-f^M*.- I Fou the infonmition of the selectors in the Cairns district we re-print from the Govi ERXXEVT GAZETTE; of the 3rd instant, the following list of rents due on the 31st instant, I with the amounts, Failure to" pay rent duo on or before the 31st March will render the selector liable to a penalty of 10 per cent. If rent and penalty are not payed within 90 days of the day upon v. hich rent shall have fallen due the selection becomes forfeited : CKOWH -LAMBS- AUULMKOM ¡ACT,;O»Í18Í¡9 . UA^ci»RMw-f>ñVM<^ira.u '; *' "' *u Eeg-No., .. . -Area. : . Kent -, . .. '. ; ? a. A' s. d. .582 Abribat.;M. A*. 100 5 0 0 117 Adams, Charles E. ... 320 32 0 0 .75 Ditto ... ... 038 (Kt 10 0 .518. Aldridge,. P. , ... 100 3 13 1 81 Allen, John Henry ... 12S0 128 0 0 »383 Allen, Thomas ... 12S0 128 0 0 Extra survey fee... IS 3 O .171. Allen, Janies . ... 010 Ol 0 0 72 Alley, George G. ... 100 4 0 0 .544 Alin, W. .... i- t-.^ii 100 7 10 0 280 Anderson, John ... 100 10 0 159 An...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

IiOcal items. "We learn that Mr. "Willoughby Hannam." the Engineer -in charge of Surveys, h:is arrived from England, and will resume his duties at an early date. '. .'' . The match for" ¿50, between Soldier Boy and Buekjuniper, twice round the old race- course, near to town, will he run at 1.30 p.m. this day. ...... ( At a recent meeting of the shareholders of the Chance Extended Gold-mining Company Mr. H. B/ Thomson was appointed mining manager to the company. The Customs revenue collected during the first fortnight, 1st to 1-lth of the present month anionnted to .£515 las 8d, as against £176 lis lld for the corresponding period of last year. This shows the highly satisfac- tory increase of JS339 Os 9d, or nearly two hundred per cent. On Saturday last a man named McMillan, a butcher by "trade; was ^drowned in: the Johnstone River." Deceased' wds in a boat" being towed down the river by the steamer Palmer when by some means it suddenly filled and sank; arid the "unfortunate' man nev...

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

THE AUSTRALASIAN STErM NAVIGATION COMPANY. r|lIIE Company's Steacievs leave this port EVERY THURSDAY FOR NORTHERN PORTS, and EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FOE SOUTHERN POETS. For Funs ant Batea ol S"reicht, apply at the C<wimcT'« ora Offic*?, at Wl-irf. - BUCN3, and CO. (I*urrr.'i>), ". Tilt. Ijueesslmd Missal M, LutlTKD. IneovporaU-d Tinder " The Companies Act,*" . 1SÜ3. HANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital Paid-up C:ll>it:d Reserve Fund ... ¿1,000,000 Gold bought or furu'urdisl to the Mint for Asi-'itr. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Drafts issued on Head OfHee, Branches and Agents. Advances luade against Tin. and ether Produce, and all other usual banking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Branch. " rjlHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A lii-weekly Newspaper, published ou Wednesdays and Saturday*- Terms-His per quarter, or Mri annually, in advance. .The " Advertiser " has a large eireidation, and claims to be a ref...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

DEPARTURES. March li-Banelagli, sj.. Capt. W. Heel, for Cooktown. Fussein-ers-Kev» W. A. Turner. Messrs. A. Gray, Lawrence, Beeres, Shackleton, You Ke!,~ and fi in steerage.: March U.-Maranoa, sj.. Capt. Hampton, for Sydney, viv Brisbane and ports, Passengers-Mr. J. Macnamara, and several in steerage. March 14.-Banelas-h, sj.. Capt. HT. Beel, for Sydney, via Brisbane aud porta. Passengers-1 ia steerage. Mardi 18.-Burdekin, sj.. Capt. Keir, for Towns- ville, via Johnstone River. March IS.-Warrego, sj.. Capt. Phillips, for Cook- town. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Unbehaiui. Mr. C. T.Lloyd.

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Disastrous Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Disastrous Fire. About a quarter to 9 o'clock on Sunday evening a fire broke out at the corner of   Spence and Abbott streets, which, in a few   minuutes, assumed such proportions that it   threatened to consume the whole block of buildings extending from Spence-street to the wharves, and which, notwithstanding the most strenuous exertions, was not stayed until six stores and an hotel had been destroyed. The conflagration originated in the store of 'S." L. "Loeven, general' störe-' keeper, and was first discovered by some passers by, w ho noticed an unusually bright light in that part of the building facing Spence-street, at the rear of the public stare. Scarcely had attention been drawn to the matter than the cause became apparent. The alana of fire TOSS :it ouce raised, and scores of willing hands were quickly engaged endeavouring to save the stock and subdue the flames. The principal entrance of the store was burst open without much diffi- c...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 19 March 1885

Cairns Divisional Board. A SPECIAI. meeting of the above board was held on the lUh instant at the Divisional Hall. Present-Messrs. J. Kenny (acting chairman), G. Tolson, J. M. Byan, W. D. Hobson, and A Street. The business first discussed was in relation to the selection of a road to Double Island. Mr. J. Jamieson was present at the meeting, and at the request of the Board gave has opinion that the route throiigh Fallon's selection waa the best, at the same time avoiding the cultivated portion. Mr. Jamie- son further mentioned that he had cleared a track at his own cost to Fallon's, a distance of about a mile and a-quarter. Mr. Street moved-" That tenders be called for clearing thc road from * Martin's ' to * Double Island, through . Fallon's selection, in accordance with the engineer's report." Seconded by Mr. Hobson and carried. ¡ \~ A letter from Mr. Fallon was ; next read respecting the road through his selection, and referring to the matter of fencing. The engineer stated that ...

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Cairns State School Building Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

Cairas HUte Sekool BaiMi-g Faml. WK have boen requested by Mr. K. T. Hartley, the treasurer and secretary to tbe above institution, to tender his thanks to the following ladies and gentlemen for their subscriptions to the above institution, and in submitting a list of the same hu has thc pleasure to announce the school fund is now satisfactorily established, and it has a fund J of jfCTJ l.Ss to its credit : Swallow and Durham ... ... .£17 H 0 | Entertainment-Cairns Dramatic Club Cornelius Driscoll Entertainment - Cora M'luu Troupe Lecture-J. Macnamara Entertainment-Dr. Lynn Popple and M'Coouibe ... Entertainment-Professor Bose... Bodda and Taylor A. li rant Lecture-Kev. E. Hartley L. Mackinnon... C. Boucl ... ... ... 0 7 I F. T. Wimble, J. Andeison, F. Gutes, J. B. Loridan, S. L. Loevcu, Burns, Philp and Co. (Limited). W. P. Ucddeu, K. T. Hartley, J. H. Davidson. W. C. Suiith,*L. Severin, W. Jack, A. Stewart, A. Street, J. Jamie- son, H. Barr, Southcrden, Hook »nd Co., E. A. Koch, C...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) HERBERTON. March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

Our Neighbours. [VuOM ÜUB OWN COÏtttt.Sl-ONI)r.NTl:.j HEE15EKTOK. Mareil S<>. THE week lias leen quite lively as compared with many previous oura, but I doubt whether it has improved general business. Oa Saturday evening Professor Corbett opened the ball to a fair attendance, and his dtbut may be 8 lid to have been eucces-ful. The District Court begau its fi. tings on Monday morning, and what with jurors- and an unusual number of witnesses the town re- minded me of old times. The criminal sit- tings consisted of one ease of embezzlement and some five or six distinct cases of cattle stealing against two men, which occupied two days. Mr. Milford, of your town, de- fended all the prisoners very successfully, and has shown himself to he a right chip of the ola block. The first ewe was tliat of Doyle, charged with embezzlement. Con- siderable sympathy was entertained in the matter, not from a general feeling towards the accused personally, but the circum- stance of his aged...

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M[?]lgrave Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

Malgrave Miaiag Net«». I THB water-wheel ami race whick have been in course of construction for the Cairns Quartz Crushing Company are now "jcorn pleted by the contractors, and only await inspection by the company's agent befare ; being handed over and started working. The race and fluming are over half a asile ia length, and together with the dam are stated to be well and faithfully constructed, having already stood th» test of a fresh, which flowed, over the. dam to the depth of two feet. The wheel is 21ft isl diamater, arith 49 bucket8,and well balanced. It has been tested with the flow of water and answered satis- factorily, and is estimated with the water at command to be capable of driving 13 head of stampers. . A benian has been added to the battery. j The various claims being worked are looking well. The Chance p.c. have dis- continued raising stone, pending the suc- cessful working of the battery, and are at work sinking a new shaft between the old one and the Chance Extend...

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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 — 26 March 1885

Corrcspoiiilttiice. [We do not hold ourselTes responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the CAMI» POST.) SIB.-The Lune and impotent reasons that Mr. W. I). Hobson offers in explanation and as an excuse for his moving- the amendment at the Divisional Board meeting on the 11th instant, that his partner's tender he ac- cepted for the valuation of the town No. 1 sub-division, although it was mere than three times higher in amount than the lowest tender, causes me to make a reply in your columna. 1 have carefully p«r«awl »uti studied his lemrtliy correspondence, und I venture to say it is easy to dispel the flimsy argumenta he puts forward, and further believe it is the general opinion of the rate- payers that the whole of it ia totally inad missable, and only ser vea to add '. o the disgrace of the particular clique on the Divisional Board rather than clearing - them of the stigma in connection with this affair. His tirade of abuse against myself I pass over...

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LATEST HT WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. HERBERTON. MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

LATEST HT WIRE. ¡ ' "" "HEBBKBTON. MASCH 25. The Divisional Board have held a special meeting to hear thé ' report' and statement of accounts of the special auditors. The Board received the report as satisfactory, and as folly explaining the alleged errors.-Orders were also givea ':, for the repair of the Barron bridge aad road at Boar Pocket. y Aboat thirty gentlemen assembled at Hides and M'Coll's hotel yesterday to wish "Godspeed" to Mr. Theodore Mirls, who haslett for Georgetown. In the coarse of the speeches' Mr. Mirls . was - highly and de> .seWdly eulogised,--«m.«» ; General mining is brisk, but business is i decaaaolj «\aweaaed. ¡ T O ~ ii 3 ~ The -weather has beni variable; with light I rains, and occasional high, winds; tempera tara cooL ; ;-¡.üJ :ii'¡ i i J ÎJLUC .c ï Mine» 25. ??' Mr. A. A. G. Pilmer, Government railway overseer, died yesterday, aad the Kev."'A. 1 Harrison this BMráing: Both' of the de ". LáfilifiiikV- .. ceased gentlemen were ill for only a few weeks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

_Sftxaal Mtnu. APLIN, BKOWN AND CO., LIMITED, TOWNSVILLE. rXTHE above Company intend running a -M. a Steamer between Townsville, Dun- geness, Caldwell, Mourilyan Harbour, und Johnstone River, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon.--- ---."..,...... For Fares and Freights apply to BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOWS WHARF. The s.s ZEUS will lea\e for the above EVERT DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock ajn.. Returning same day, com- mencing on Monday, the Stli inst. For Fares and Freights, apply BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. RED. T. WIMBLE AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Reliable Valuations made, and Realizable | Market Value quoted. Intending investors can rely upon their j interests receiving most careful attention, while Sellers may also depend upon his; nest market prices being obtained for them. ^-Temporarysp«ce: 'Qsyuer Spgnce^treet, and Esplanade, next" to the Post and Tele- graph Office, Cairns. '.: ' - - - Ctarcfc o...

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The Rev. George H. Nobbs. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

The Kev. (Jéwge H. Nobbs. "ÎV* extract the following announce- . nient of the death of the Kev. 'i. H. Nobbs, and interesting account of his romantic and adventurous life, 'from the'-:BATU Ciiitoxicij; of January -- The interest in it will be enhanced for our readers by the fact of our worthy p stor, thc Kev. G. Ii. IVNobbs, being a .grandson, of of the deceased clergy- man": News has just reached England of the death of the lier. Gcorgcll.Nobbs, the venerable pastor and chaplain, who for uti years presided over thc com- munity of Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands. Tho aged Champion of the Cross, shortly after the completion of his S5th year, entered into his rest on the 5th of last November. ? Tho tollowing account of the earlv life of the deceased chap- lain copied" from the TASMANIAN TI:I iii"XE, of March 13, IS75, forms a romanee of. singular interest. Speak- ing of ' '* Thc Chaplain of Norfolk Island," the writer savs :-" Thc most strikiug character in tlie settlement at Norfolk Isl...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

THURSDAY, ILVBCll 2G, IS85. Gnanuiteed 7(M> Copies Weekly. Local Items. We note by the GOVEKNTUPÍT GAÏETTE that Mr. James Wood, CP'S., has been appointed a commissioner for. taking affi- davits. ' Among the cargo taken by the Katoomba yesterday was 35 tons of BUgar, Ci) hogsheads I of molasses. no tons ot tin ore, and 75 ingots ! oE smelted tin. ! By a proclamation contained in the Go YïBNMEXT GAZETTE, the Jury District for Cairns is appointed to comprise and include all places within thirty miles of the Court House of Cairns. His Honor Judge Noel, accompanied by the Crown Prosecutor, Mr. Daly, arrived from Herberton on Sunday evening. On Monday and Tuesday he presided at the District Court, and left again yesterday evening per Katoomba for Townsville. The proposed cricket match with the Townsville eleven on Easter Monday has fallen through, the Townsville club being unable to send á team to Cairns, having previously accepted a challenge - to play a match at Charters Towers, and ...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

"; '"' MELBOURNEif I M *> ; A conference relative to tba ii fi ai» Blat- ters effecting th*, whole of the oulaatea aaa held at the oftce bf the Premier yesterday afteruooc ; Adaural Tryon; Mean. 8ervke, Gillie*; Sargood, tad Dictaoswere ai t-at There, was a long discussion with regard ter the general defence of the Australian coast, bat no information was forthcoming as to the proposals or suggestions made. Mr. I Service stated the proceedings were of *» ¡ preliminary character, and not definite. A proposal-was submitted by Admiral Tryon, witfc theview of securing joint action be- tween the Australian ships of war and those of the Imperial navy. The Minister for Defence to-day tele- graphed to London an order for twenty 14iu\ Whitehead torpedoes.---- --»-?-« MARCH 23. I A cricket match, between the English Eleven and a combined eleven of Australia, j was commenced on the Melbourne cricket j ground on Saturday before a large attend- ance of spectators. 'The weather w:as dull and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885

NOTICE. O. H. M. S. ON behalf of thu Government 1 beg to ? thank thc gentlemen who so willingly »ad effectively rendered their service« as Special Constables at the Fire hist Sunday night, the loth inst. W. E. O. HILL. I'olice Magistrate. Cairns, 20th March, 183S. WANTED, a Good General SERVANT. Apply Mrs. W. D. HOBSON, Es- planade. WANTED, a LAD for Office Work. Apply E. A. MILFOED, Solicitor, Abbott-street. rT"iENDEKS are invited for thé Erection of X Two (i) Dwelling Houses in Cook- town. ? ' . ' '. jj Plan j; specifications and conditions way be seen at the Board's ott ce. C. GARDINES, Architect. MONSTER Clearance Sale. IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE of Mit. (!. S. DAVIS. AT Tin: SHOP IN ABBOTT-ST., Next to tho Queensland National ?¡auk. CONTINUANCE Ol'' TI1K SALK from VKSTKKDAY, WKDNKSDA V. li.Vril INSTANT. THU UAtANCK OP TUB BVI.KHHI1) ASSORTED STOCK OF DRAPERY, SPECIALLY SELECTED 1:Y Mr. DAVIS, comprising SILKS SATINS SATEENS MEN'S au.l WOMEN'S CLOTHING HATS HA HEBDASH Eli Y SHEETIN...

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