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

' PERFECT FEATURES are spoiled by imperfect tuelh The prettiest mouth loses its charin ii some teeth are missing and others are discolored or decayed. It is possible to have PERFECT TEETH They are daily made so at our f-.NSURGERY. 0ÜR SYSTEM OF DENTISTRY is"the most, successful and satisfac- tory. ; All pátients are highly pleased with the quality .of our work. A. W. McMANlS, (Late of Sydney), : ^ ABBOTT STREET CAIRNS. DRESSMAKING MRS. E. C. HACK (late of Towns- ville), begs to advise the General Public that she has, started busibess as Dressmaker and guarantees every satisfaction. For full particulars apply to Mrs. Hack, Corner of Lake and Florence streets, op. State School, Cairns. Queensland Boarding House | and Restaurant. SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, .Opposite J. L. Rheuben'a, P ' LTZZTIE MCINERNEY. Proprietress. Every Comfort and Conveniencs. " . ... . i A Trial Solicited. , TIMBER MERCHANT, has also lu stock handles for all purposes, in c'uding miners and navvies' axe, adze, and br...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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The War Against Socialism. (From the "Spectator"). [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

The War Against Socialism. (From tho."Sp¡pctator"). Wc noto with no small satisfaction ¡that a very, considerable! number of .Unionists seem willing to adopt tho /st^ggestion first mado in the; "Times,' and endorsed by us, that in order to ?comüinó forces in the f war against Socialism,' the two ¡sections, or per- haps--we should say. the three sections of thc Unionist party-the "Tariff Rc formcrs, the Balfouritcs, and .tho Free Trade Unionists-should sinK their jUiffcrcnces by agreeing upon the ap- pointment of a Royal Commission to consider fully and impartially our whole fiscal system. Such on inquiry would involve, on thc one hand, the patient and detailed hearing of those who Uelicvc that frcctrade is injuri- ous to this country both politically and economically, ,and .should moke way for a system of preference and protection ; and, on the other, of those who, libe .ourselves, bclievie that not only is the economic welfare of the country bound up with thc main- tenance of frect...

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

"Morning Post" DIRECTORY. Business, Trade, Professional. Index to Advertisers; ARCHITECTS,. Tunbridge, Tunbridge cc Lynch, Spence Street. A. B. Polin, Lake Street. AUCTIONEERS. ' A. J. Draper, Abbott Street. Robert Sturt & Co., Spenco Street. R. T. McMunus, Abbott Street. J. G. Hoare, Lake Str?et. Hollway, J. M. Herberton. BLACKSMITHS & WHEEL - WRIGHTS. W. -'B: Gro&oryy Spence Street.* Gelling: Bros,, Sachs Street, BANKERS. The Qufeensland National Bank, Ltd., J. Alison, manager. BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS. E. Hooper, Spence Street. BUTCHERS: The Cairns Butchering Co., Spence Street. Munro & Co., Lake Street.. Jalland Broa., Kuranda. BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, Bulcock Bros., Spence Street. Hanson & Sons, Lake Street. BREWERS. McCracken's, Wright Heaton & Co., Ltd.,. agents. BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS» L. Mcinerney, i'Queensland," Spence Street. Mrs. Facey, ¿'Prince Of Wales,'1 Lake Street. BOOT IMPORTERS, J-, Jennings, Abbott Stre...

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A Bogus Blarney for Innocents from Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

A Bogus Blarney for Innocents from lt. .L-?<-.y Abroad, i We have all heard of the wonderful stone That whoever kisses, Oh ! he never misses to grow eloquent. A clever spouter he'll sure turn out, or An'out-an'.-outer, " to be let alone " ! Don't hope td hinder him, or to bewilder him, i Sure, he's a pilgrim from the Blarney Stone. A very sad piece of news, however, is given by,nu Irishman, that^'many of those who think they have kissed the Blarney Stone have merely saluted a piece of thc Fota Tower. It is said that the Queenstown car-drivers, who are gifted with most of the virtues of the genuine article, " swarm " on tho wharf on the arrival of a steamer at Queenstown, and offer to drive anyone to " Blarney and bock in an hoar," for anything from half-a-crown To n goinea:T" trnal. tnej- ao mstena ? wi mtin - innocents from abroad, is take a short cut ta an old tower at the back pf the "Great Island " PP which Queenstown is built, and point out the Fota Tower of Belvelly...

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

Here is a Vas In Goods at the Two pieces may look alike, and bo th e i\ more than the other, THE REP UTA TIO THE DIFFERENCE \ We Buy only from tho Best Makers. 3ren > »»lion Uv carefully watching every detail of manufác .acing FABRICS WHICH GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TC . »VEARER : ; SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR MANALE SECTION." PROBATE. ?» ' * > ^ Townsville, V>, \vill ÜÍ \ * Äther a» V *% s 'J* ifo ßrlj ^,AmESc CAMlac COSTUMES, Good Designs ; Kimona Uû UUVi3101186' Smartly Cut -Shaped Skirt, well 'finished, equal .to I bespoke garments: - MAYERS LTD. PRICE-8/6. ? C« Q J [ LADIES' WHITE LAWN COSTUMES i correct dcsighB ; well UO OU I made> smart Goods, worth 8/6 anywhere, but at ¡MAYEKH V. LTD , where you can buy at 5/3.. * SPECIAL VALUES IN JAl'ANKälä SILK.B.-67 Pieces extra ou-t!quixUty:vJ<ii>iuuuH]*8Ulu>.i'2;i'. inches nido; any ' 'Buado you Uko dye, easily worth 1/J1. , -¡*",. « ¿$Í2^Í^I&U^^ - «C. ' * f ?ëv-vl ;? ii'ï.nv ?} \. "io ßfl /20. PieCtè Superi...

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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

-T -^G. AlUUVALS; =3Tfw.:v. XJccotui*r___j.4.-Wyundra, uapiaiu Grahl, from <Co"öjK,t"öwn.. : -rasjseoBw» Mesdames Gould, Tyrer, Cummins, Cleary, H. Ives and 2 children, Bri gim, Tejs ; ilessrs M. Brown, Tully, N. Tyrer,. E.; und JJ. Hickey, JJ. Head, li. Morris, W. llcardson, M. Maher, A. Larkin, Brown (2), Hic- key. K.. Lyons, Crawford-, H. Car- roll, Quirk, Kyrie, McDonnell, Mc Xe ll, Crisi>cn' i2) ; Messrs J. Horan, Gould, L. L. Barrett, Carsoll and 3 . children, A. A. .Winde, James, A. Johnston, G. Gilniore,_ H. lyes, Mash- iers Brown .\2), and lt in the second cabin. Burns Philp & Co., Ltd., ag- ents. - . Dec. 15.- Empire, Capt. Helms,! iront Sydney via ports. Burns, Philp & Co., Ltd.; agents. j; Dec- .15:-Myall, Capt. Cottell;" from Geraldton., Howard. Smith Co. Ltd., agents. Dec. 15.-W'ollowra, Capt. H. C. W ThomsuU, from Melbourne via ports. Passengers >-Mesdames L. Draper and iniánt, Ü. Meehan, W. Brown- low and infant, Clifford, McGrath, Ho...

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THE STATE IRISHMEN TRAVESTY OF CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

^TRAVESTY OF CHARACTER^ ' f Irishmen* /tn. North Queensland will be interested in the account of an ex- , trnordinary scene in Muncastcr Thea- tre, Bootlo,. where an indignant Hib-r: omian-'rose and protested against cer sain incidents in "The Shaughraun" ' as being insulting to bis fellow-coun- trymen. Tho Irishman in /question, was al Ûfr. Daniel McCarthy, an in- surance .agent, who sought in the Li- verpool"'ICounty Court 'to recover £50 damages for alleged! false impris- onment, from the owners bf thc thea- tre, and from tho acting manager. Plaintiff is chairman, of thc Liverpool Tederation of Irish Societies, etc. Part, of the purpose of thc federation is that of endeavouring to . correct the. stage-particularly the music hali -conception of Irish peasant charac- ter. On tho night of August 29, Mc- Carthy, and about 15 other members of the organisation, wentto the the- atre where there was an audience of «bout ,1500.' Mr.-McCarthy, in ,bis evidence,.said that some of the inci- ...

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General News. HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

General News; HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION. Professor Hugo Munstërberg, who since leaving Germany a few years ago, has . mado himself ono of' Hie foremost ; contributors on philosophi- cal and social subjects to*;the Ameri- can'magazines, has lately;'/been pub- lishing some articles . on ther relation t of hynotic suggestion to crime, which , are'to be republished in bool;; »foiTn. More than a year ago,, Profcsjsor Mun- stërberg became interested in the case , of a man cm trial for murder in Chi , cago. From his study of thc case, hc~was "convinced that thé raw's con- fession of guilt was made under the" Influence of "auto-suggestion," and that «the man was innocent. He pub- lished the reasons for. his ? belief in a Chicago newspaper, and was severely criticised by thc local press for inter-. fering... The man was . sentenced to be executed,; and, shortly before thc doth; set for his execution, ho declared thaf in spite of his confession, he had ho recollection of having committed ? thc crim...

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IMITATING CHICAGO GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

IMITATING CHICAGO GIRLS, i 'Hillie.'-'H--, " à" ' pretty brunette, .of ¡tho department of Xordd; hail (says the correspondent of thc " Daily .Telegraph ".) just reached thc agcte8f 20 when she profiled on ocr patents to allow her. tb' pay a visit 'lb Paris.Y She had read much about' the independence of thc . Amer- ican giri; and," wishing' to imitate ncr, rciustti io' tra\ cl willi a ' com- panion. She .cumincul her parents jiát shu " was , suuiciently" strong iu oouy and hiiiid lo' take cale bi ner? sell, and nothing . would, give her privater. sausiactiou: xtian.-.to go iq inns alone and see tue siguisM witu a guiuu. booK ut her. huüu, like.any gui from . Chicago., Thu , .parents; alter much opposition, at.-last, con ..jented, but on the condition, that áhe should go to a. ho tel whoso, pro-! l.i-iulor clioy -' : kuww,. . und^«.wh«t,ivAll ?rom tho same part- of the country. liddle, li-had been for:' sumo days in Puris, and was enjoying the sights immensely. In a tafe - shu made th...

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LUNATIC AFTER ROOSEVELT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

- Despito-the regular-guards,, a luna-, uc managed to reacn tho buoidoor ! of l'iesiuont* ? - Roosevelt's ,-country uome, at uyster Bay-(.says tlio ¿sew xor«. corivsi'OnUcnt^ ol, the " Dany telegraph -".), and, seeing iiuuody went round to the .iront, wiierc a de^ tective promptly,, halted him. Luna- tics,, occasionally ? armed, are the bane of thc President's liïèî whether, at Oyster Bay or; Wiashingtion^ ..but* thc visitor;was ithe very first? to elude the viiigance of thc detectives this summer, .The lunatic^said/%"Havc a .caro,: sir ; X have come all tho way I from Alabama to see the President, *md .see him , 1 will. Tell your mas- ter H'm here.'i The detective was was thoroughly alarmed to see a stranger get so near Mr. Roosevelt's home, anu suspecting, |that he was dangerous, he humored, thc man, who was. shabbily dressed.1- " I will take you to thc rres'ideiit/: saidY the de- tective : this way '.'-and he .es tective ; ,«;, this way "-and ho es- corted him from, thc. front, d...

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A MUSICAL AETEREOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

A MUSICAL AETEREOON. Thc large number of people that strolled to and fro along thc Esplan- ade yesterday afternoon enjoyed an excellent programme of music pro- vided by-the -Citizens Brass Bond. Amongstvtho items rendered wore :-.: March, ''Under tho Banner of Vic 3j3i^öry* ^selection, "Scottish gems,,' ?.íXÍ3^'r<co,Ucsit,>' ';Crack-u-Jack"í; ^jnCKZOf-*t"QondolIcr"; - >-aloc75T:Scvñ-3^r ! Amour"< march, "Wharton." Thc ".Na-titmal Anthem'-' concluded thc programme which was deservedly ap- preciated. * -

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

i^^HV BIG G ls a non-poisonous fl*J^W remedy for nny unnatural discharge and inflammation, H ^SIlirlütiOD or ulceration of ??)? mucous membranes. Painless ?^^3 Guaranteed not to stricture wp^rjBJ Prevents contagion. KUO SOLD BY CHEMISTS. ja^^B CUcular malled on reqngst. V^^k Th« ETSIU Chemical OV.^HP1 ^^^^^ cmciiik "j. a : TO Speculators, Timber Merchants, Important High Class Freehold Property, Near Barron Falls, Cairns. A. J. DRAPER, ;; . , AUCTIONEER, Has been instructed by tho Mortgagees to ofter for Salo by-Tonitcry-r - Portion 533f> Parish. of Cairne. , .,; .CONTAINING 1280. ACRES OF FREEHOLD, LAND, ' Thc Land is situated on the tab lund, fifteen mijos from Cairns., and is in the vicinity of tho 13ARROX FALLS, ' It:is distant about (i miles from Kuranda, nnd 7 miles ir om Kpah,, beth .stations pn - :the Cairns Railway Lino. It is connected by a good Road, that to Koah . being quite level. The country is undulating and comprises flats and ridges of excellent solU . - ! - ¡ ?...

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THE SOCIALIST UNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

THE SOCIALIST UNDER r STANDING. ... That thero is an understanding no longer secret between Kidston-Soci alists and Socialists of the garden variety type has a political signifi- cance w.hich cannot he ignored by those connected with thc producing industries, says tho Couripr." The blunder previously made by some oí thc representatives of the farming districts was in remaining true ,to an individual when they should have re- mained true to a paliicywhich had been surrendered by their nominal loader, in following tho interests of partisanship when they, should have followed the interests of their, con- stituents. There would now.-be no need for another general election if these members had remained trite to their avowed principles; .andi ; pledges instead of supporting a Government whose very existence depended upon tho placation of Socialists, to thc neglect of railway construction, im- migration, land settlement^ und the avncral work of development. There is now no further excuse f...

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PUBLIC HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

rUBIJC HOLIDAY, Tuesday last heine; Separation Day, /the public offices did pot close, but will remain shut all i day to-day in- stead. This- is iii accordance 'with tho regulation, that holidays falling' ou any day in tho week except (Monday shall bc observed on the following Monday.

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THE IRISH TROUBLES. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

THE IRISH TROUBLES. LONDON, Saturduj. 3lr. Augustine Birre)], Chief Secre- tary for Ireland, replying to a de- putation of landlords in Dublin, said tattle driving was illegal and inde- fensible from every standpoint. He denied that the Government stood with .folded arms. They had taken ac- tive steps to suppress it. Of 225 who had bevn tound over, none had ollen dod ngain. The graziers had failed to assist the .police. The agitatic;i. would fiot l.e allowed to effect the price of land. Legislation might soon l.e forthcoming to break up the Uos i-ommon and Galway grasslands, s-> as to increase the-numbers foi those un the soil. Tho Government hod refrained from enforcing the Crin- es Act for reasons that they wore prepared to state at the proper place and time.

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

BRAND & DRYBROUGH, CLEVELAND FOONDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuildèrs and . ^Boatbuilders, Boilermakers, - Coppersmiths. : PATENT SUP. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS and ESTIMATES . Boats Slipped up to 500 Tons. ' ..?-?> . for every class of work. ' ; . * í MINTNG MACHINERY.-Stamper Batteries, Bordan Pans, Shoos, Dies, Cams,.&c . " SUGAR MACHINERY.-Vacuum Pans, Triple Effects, i Coolers, Tanks, otc. , '?. WELL-BORING- PLANTS.-Digiscors, Cleaners, Coolers, Scaldors, etc. Meat Preserving Plants.- , FOUNDRY WORK.-Castings in Iron cr Brass :Of all descriptions. .-. . , ... .<? STATION REQUISITES.-Sheep and Cattle Troughing. Sluice Valves for Dams, etc. . .?? . '- . . REFRIGERATING PLANT. .. - ' AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes: large stock on hand. Also Piping and Boiler Tubes, etc. . f . StewartLloyd's'Iron and Steel Plates-all sizes." Cundall, Sons, & Coy., Ltd., Gas Engines and Suction G...

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

LENNON'S NEW DHU G- STOKE. Last month honors carno easy, lt ? was a great month for Lennon's New Drug Store, lt was a* royal deinan rtralion and fitting dedicaticn to the newest contribution to Cairns Drug Stores. I am proud of the populur public approval shown me last mouth uud which 1 shall strive to main- tain, seeking day after day to moko this a perfect Drug Store and ono that will ever retain the good will and confidence of tho people. Tho merit of my drugs, chemicals, etc., is ever to be my claim for patronugo and not tho decrying quotations of impossible prices. I trust tho asso- ciations and friendship formed since my advent in the field of Drug'Storo business may be eyer fastened with the cords of many'years satisfactory relations. Mail your orders if you cannot visit my Drug Store. A prize competition ticket given with every puschase. Perspiring humanity relieved at my American Soda Fountain. Telephone 124 .P.O. Dox, 124. Lennon, Chomtet, Abbott St. (next A. J. Draper), C...

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ATHLETICS. SPORTS AT MOSSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

**** ^^ATHLÉTÍCS."^ it SPORTS AT MOSSMAN: : Tho Mossman 'sporting' fraternity nrc not going to allow tho forth- coming festive season to ppss over without providing ' a means of ' en- joyment: In. this'¡direction-tbs Moss mun Athletic Club, of which Mr. .1. Nugent* is the secretary, are advertis- ing a, very attractive sports pro- gramme for New Year's Day, in which some vet y valuable prizes arc offered. The Mossman Handicap, 130 yards has prizes amounting ' to ¿120, of whicn £15 goes to the firrst The Sprint Handicap prizes amount to £5; the Open Handicap to £4 and the Hurdle Handicap, un interesting innovation, pso vides £4 for first, and £1 for second. Nominations arc due with the secretary on thc 21st ; handicaps,. 23rd I; acceptances 28th. The programme contains all informa- tion respecting conditions, etc.',' and tis worthy df perusal by pedestrians and others. In pddit.ion to the races mentioned 'there are ".. also tötbc<!27 other athletic events, and a real Rood ...

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CRICKET. Engiish Team Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

CRICKET. Engiish Team Fixtures. The following is a complete list "of the fixtures in which the English team will take part : December 14, 1G, 17 and 18. AUSTRALIA (FIRST TEST);- i at Sydney. December' 20, ' 21, .23, and 24. Victorian Team, at South Melbourne. .December 26, 27 and 28.-Eighteen of Bendigo, at Bendigo. January 1, 2, 3, and 4.-AUSTRA- LIA (SECOND TEST), at Mel- bourne. ; January 10, Jil, 13, and 14. AUSTRALIA. (THIRD _TEST) at Adelaide. . !. January 18, 20, and 21.-Tasmania at Launceston. \ January 21, 25 and. 27;-Tasmania, at Hobart. January 81, February 1, 3, and 4.-Victoria, at Melbourne. February 7, 8, 10, and ll.-AUS- TRALIA (FOURTH TEST), at Mel- bourne. Fct/ruary 14, 15, 17, and 18.-New South. Wales, 'at'Sydney. .-<>' . -u February 21, 22, 24, and 25.' AU SI RALLY - (FIFTH TEST),, nt Sydney. - ?. ' - . - - - i - v-irobrnaryf ¡29, March .JS;-<a,'' »u«>l.-*-.«i4w South Australia, at Adelaide. March 12, 13, 14, and .16.-Western' Australia...

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ATHERTON PROBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 16 December 1907

ATHERTON PROBATE. At the Supreme Court, Townsville, on Friday, probate of' the will of   William Bernard Kelly, late of Ather- ton, merchant, was granted to Brid- get Kelly, Charles Bromfield, and   Thomas Reddan, the executors named in the will. The realty was sworn un- der £1950 and the personalty miller £1694.

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