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Mail Service BETWEEN CAIRNS AND RUSSELL RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
! Matt Service. * BETWEEN CAIRNS AND BUSSELL Lear» Cain» tittil j Jhiàtjjutî^m^^."":::'-"*: Arrive Edithvale every Friday, at 9 a.m. Leav¿ Edithvale er#ry Friday. atl9.30a.ia. : Arrive Bussell Elver (Tommi's) every Fri ?ÀaiiAliïSi ? Leave Bussell tiver (Torazxi'c) every Thars "day, at 8 ajs.*'¡?./;i:Xty*;.\'::-: ? Arrive Edithvale every Than Jay. at C p.m. Laave Edithvale avery Friday, at 4 30 *JL Arrive Caitas every1 friday, a'; 5.30 p.m.
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. March, 19.-ritiroy. ? j-. Capt. ¡»i*htjrurall, tram Brisbane, TI» posts. Pasaeuawr*-Meinas. Outr*!**, Gee Wan, Christian, BmEock. W. P. Walker. Jack, Smyth, Pocock, Lyall. Q. Sloan, W. Bloun. Jessup. Alnhui, Lynch. DSTÍ», Sinks. J. G. Collopy, Dr. Spark, snd it in steerage. _",. March SL-Warra«», sj», Capt. Phillip», from Cooktown. , . March a.-Fitzroy. s.s.. Capt. Nurhtunrall. from Cooktown. Passengers-Messrs. Cutbosh, Clarke, . Malone, and 6 in atüemxe- _ - Marchs.-Katoomba, s*. Capt. K. ArSMtroas, ' from Melbourne, Tia Sydney and Brisbane. Pas. seagers-Heurs. W. Grimes, R. Craig, omi S in steerage. _ . March 24.-Katoomba, HJ.. Capt. E. Armstronir, from Port Douglas. Passengers-Mrs. Stuart, Messrs. Stnart, E. Coster, H. Bussell, and S in steerage. _ «March 25.-Burdekin, 3.8. Capt. Keir, from Towns . ville. Tia Johnstone River. Passengers-Mesara. K O. Boonie, St. George Browne, and 3 in steerage.
IMPORTS. EX FITZBOY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
% IMPOSTS. .- s. ' Consigned to Hobaoo, Draper and Co.-1 cue, 40 I-cheat« tea» -I bandies wire gratings. Consigned to Kenton and Co.-I case. Consigned to Jack and NewelL-5 cottee batter. 1 case, Ä rolls, 1 case chutney, 1 cute mcrchundLse. li cones »eu tia. Consigned to Wall, Allen and Co.-1 paper parcel. Consigned to Banu. Philp and Co.-1 hud earthen- ware, 2 outed do, 10 do stout, 1 hhd rum, 1 cai sk caí», 1 canvas package. MLseellaneou*.-1 parcel seeds. 1 case, 2 cases batter, 3 do nails, 1 bondie backet«, 1 case saddlery, 1 do hardware, ti do fruits, 1 do oysters, 1 parcel books, 1 paper parcel, 1 package haltera, 1 case shells, 1 paper parcel. 5 cues kerosene, 1 band&lt;»aw, 1 case ! books, 1* nuts rice, 1 case sausages, 1 do shrimps, 2 bigs beans, 1 case sance, 1 package opium, 1 do tea, 1 casa wine, 2 do BOJ-, 1 do merchandise, 1 box opium, 40 mats rice. 3 cases sundries, 1 basket cabbage, 2 cases oil, 1 box pictures, 3 cases merchandise, 1 box opium.-Barns, Philp und...
District Court. (Before his Honor Judge Noel.) Monday, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
~ ltfstrict Court. (Before his Honor Jmlgv Noel.) Mcwinjr, March 2:1. HU Honor Judge, Noel took his seat on the Bunch « tVw. minute» after IO o'clock. The Crown l*r&lt;>secutor. Mr. Hilly, waa prudent to |>n*»W:nte in the cnmin il mses to be trie&lt;l. The Crown Prosecutor intimated that no true bills had been filed in the cases of Bcginia v. Sydney Lindo ami ii -gina c. Ah Hung and Ah Chew, the prison-rs in these vases were therefore difctar^ed. rSHWFCLLt WOUXDIJÍO. The ca-ki of the Queen v. John Kerr . Liddy, charged with unlawfully wounding was called on, the Crown Prosecutor, as- sisted by Mr. Milford, conducting the prise cation, and Mr. bhikeney appearing for the prioonei. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. The following jurv were then empanelled : -Messrs. E. Willis,*Doiig!a*. M. Dillon, E. Cumming, F. Brown, H. Barr, C. P. Andrc sen, J. Anderson, P. Downey, A. Street, H. Simmonds, and T. Pursell. The Crown Prosecutor having briefly stated the ca:« called . Wa...
Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
Onr Brigbaae Letter. j '&lt;. (»SOM OUR OWN COÍlEEbl*l>TiDENT.) THEEE ix nothing new in politic* down herc - thia neck. Mr. Griffith is still Acting-PostmaSíér-Gcncrul, and noone know« yet «lien thc now Minister will bc appointed or who he will bo. None of thc tenders sent in for the Stan- thorpe linc hare lien accepted, so un- less Mr. Miles carries out his threat of Hulking it by Government labour the commencement of that work will be delayed whilst fresh tenders are being called for. and the people of the Stan- thorpe and Warwick districts will be nindi annoyed at that. This last time there were tenders sent in by eon tractors from South A ustralia, Victoria, and New South "Wales, and they are much enraged at teing humbugged as they say they have been, and say that no more tenders :ire likely to be re- ceived from these colonies, as men canuot afford to come uji here, over the ground, and prepare tenders for 'nothing. The plan introduced by Mr. Miles of keening thc amo...
Herberten Minig Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
Heriberte. Miaiag Notes. COXUSIB-IBLK activity is beiag displayed hy ta* owners ot tia Initai ia tala portion of the distrie», mfitlwtn IT» a the MnMb held ont by the recent" discoveries of rieh silver ore near Irvinebank. The Thren 8tar, SC Ps trick. Bradmagh, Kew Zealand. Black sting, and "the Great Northern are in full swing, while the Ly-ee-moon and Wild Imanan are enjoying short., periods of exemption. On the west side of the river the Old Chusa sad Surprise are at work, and numerous other leases, at present nader exemption, will soon require to resume operations. The Deep Lead Tin-llining Company having bottomed two shafts oa the top end of the lead, have started to try that portion near the Black Gully. At Watsonville, the H. T. Company's bat- tery ia working three shifts, principally oa stowe from the miase-ia which-they are interested, sod the Bischoff Company's mill is also working .three shifts to clear away some of the stone that has been accumulat- ing ia their yard fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
MHS, M ÜB CO., Limited. GENERAL MERCHANTS, Have just tolland ex. "Airlie" from. Hong .. Kong, 2000 mats BICE 50 i-ehests HONG MEE TEA-in packet Choicest CONGOUS, in half-chests and boxes Together with a large .variety of CHINESE FANCY GOODS YEEANDAH BLINDS, Ac. We . have to hand ex " DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE."froin London, hirge con- signments of DEAPERY GOODS in great variety, which wc offer at Lowest Possible Prices. Galvanized Iron (Gospel Oak), we have a large stock of this well-known brand al Lowest Quotations. WINES and SPIRITS of all the beal brauds._ ADELAIDE FLOUR, in sacks, half-sacks and quarters. . . GLOBE HOTEL, ! ; ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRXs;: Opposite. Post and, Telegraph Office. ; C. AV. il-GOAVAX; PROFBIETOH. The Globe Hoiel is a new two-storey building, and will be found£to possess ever) convenience for the Public as woU as Com- mercial and General Travellers. The posi- tion of the Hotel is centrally situated, and is within a, few .minutes walk from the wharf. Superior Brands...
Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORBESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
Cable Messages. (FKOM OÜB OW5 CORBESPOXUESTS.) - ' LONDON, M.VECH 20. The DAILY NEWS, the mouthpiece of the the Liberal party, to-day states that it has reason to believe that Northern Queensland will piobnbly be created a Crown colony. -: The Prince of Wales, Prince Edward, and the Duke of Edinburgh left England yester- day for Berlin, to te present at the festivities in honour of the Emperor's birthday on the 22nd instant. "The" Bank of England has" reduced the rate of discount from 4 to 3A per cent . . * ' DfABCH 21. Sir Evelyn Ashley announced in thc House of Commons last night that Sir Charles Warren had reported having effected a com- plete settlement of affairs in Stellaland, and was hopeful of being able to bring about a peaceful solution of the Goschenite difficulty at an early date. The Secretary of State for War has re- ceived a telegram from General Graham continuing the defeat, yesterday, of Osman Digna, and giving the following particu- lars:-On the arrival of the Brit...
Ratepayers' Petition. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
Ratepayer's Petition THE following petition, we understand, will be presented to the Board by T. R. S. Hook at their next ordinary meeting, on the 1st April : To the chairman and members of the Divi sional Board. The humble petition of the &nbsp; undersigned ratepayers of Cairns division sboweth : 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. 3rd.-That everything partaking of the &nbsp; nature of jobbery should be carefully ex- cluded from your proceedings, and we pray that in future when tenders are called for valuations or other works you will not give &nbsp; the contract to the highest tenderer if his tender is 330 per cent, higher, and he re- quires time in the p...
New South Wales. SYDNEY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
mmw SoaUi «ates. SYDNEY, MARCH 20. The interest in the forthcoming sculling contest between Hanlan and Beach, for the sculling cluunpionship of thc world, is daily increasing. A special steamer was to-day laid on to Parramatta to afford the public an opportunity of witnessing the practice of the champion and ex-champion. Beach was the first to row over the course. He looks in the very pink of condition, and rowell very strongly and in excellent form. Hanlan was j out later on, and rowed two miles with his trainer (Laycock) against an ebb tide. He also is in grand form,and rowed» mile in Tmin. 'Csec. **Afew wagers are offered that the Canadian redeems his laurels, but there are no takers. This morning Hanlan had an interview, on behalf of himself and Beach, with the Marine Board, und subse- quently with the Colonial Treasurer, with the object of securing, if possible, a modifi- cation of the recent regulation which pre- vents more than one steamer following the race. Mr. Dibbs, howev...
Easter Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
Easter Kare Meeting. TliK following ure thu nominations omi weights for the Hurdle Knee and Easter Gift Handicap : HCRDLU BACK. - st. lb. Mr. J. H. Pyne's Soldier Boy, aged... ll 0 W. Anderson's Purga Boy, aged ll U Mrs. Burke's Conimudore, aged ... 10 0 Mr. Neil JansouV Too Late, aged ... il 1 F. E. Johnstone's Ponto, aged ... 'J 0 F. E. Johnstone's Leonora, aged il 0 K. Keaui's Cadagh, aged ... 0 0 EASTER OUT HANDICAP. Mr. O. J. Tighe's Counts, 5 years ... 10 0 G. M'Kay's Hippy, aged ... U 10 W. Anderson's Purga Boy, aged il 3 J. H. Pyne's Soldier Boy-, aged... 0 0 J. Macnainara's Negro, aged ... 9 O A. Street's Vanguard, aged ... S 0 Mrs. Burke's Commodore, aged ... 8 Ü Mr. A. Street's Tam O'shanter, aged 7 7 k\ £ JohuBtone'tt Ponto, atfoti ... 7 4 F. JS. Johnstone'* iMjonom, a^ud 7 -I J. Kilpatrick'» Uuckjuuipur. aged 7. -4 K. Keam's Blue Peter, aged ... 7 I H. Keam's Cadagh, aged ... 7 -A '. What is wisdom ? " asked.a teacher of a class of little girl*, to which one of them re-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. , rjIHE X'ouipany'ä Steamers leave this port EVERY , THURSDAY* FOR XORTHERX POETS. .. -' " ami EVERY SATURDAY EVEXIXG FOB - SOUTHERN POETS. For Pans «nj Batu* ot Freight, apply at tlie Cotuuany's own Office, ait Wharf. \ BURNS. PHILP and CO. (LIMITÍD), ' Agents. Incorporated under " The Companies Act.". ISttl. - BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. , Subscribed Capital.'. ... ... il,!»»»,**»» Paid-up Capital :.. . .;. .rjW>,&lt;XH> Reserve Fund . ... .. l.ST»,0>Sl Gold bought or forwarded to the Hint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Drafts issued on Head Office; Branches and Agents. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual bunking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, . ' Cairns Branch. " fJIHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A' Bi-weekly Xew'spuper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tenus-lits per quarter, or Jd annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has là ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 March 1885
DEPARTURES. March 19.-Fitiroy. SJ.. Capt. Nightingale for Cooktown. Passengers-9 steerage March SI.-Warrego, sj., Capt. Phillips, tor Sydney, Tia Brisbane and ports. Passengers-ar. G. W. Monk, and seTeral steerage. March 21.-Fitiroy, a*. Capt. Nightíngall, for Brisbane, Ti» ports. Passengers-Messrs. W. P. Bedden, W. P. Walker, Bridewell, M'Laren, G. Downe, and 1 steerage. March £2.-Florinda, schooner. Capt. Kean, for Maryborough. March Si-Katoomba, sj.. Capt. K. Armstrong, for Port Douglas. _ _ March io.-Burdekin, SJ.. Capt. Keir, for Towns- ville. ^ , I March SS.-Katoomba, SJ.. Capt. Armstrong, for Melbourne. Tia Brisbane, Sydney, and ports. Pas- sengers-His honor Judge Noel, Messrs. Duly, B. O. Bourne.
Timber Lieenses. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
Timber Lit^nnes. REGULATIONS UNDER "THE CROWN LANDS ACT OF ISSI." AND : ~THE PASTORAL LEASES ACT OF 1S09." 1. In these reflations the term commis- sioner shall mean the commissioner for the district appointed under the provisions of " The Crown Lands Act of 188*," or if there is no such commissioner, then the* com- missioner of Crown hinds appointed under the provisions of "The Pastoral Leases Act of IS»»." jp- , . . . V. ; V* : ; *. ; ." í ;. Applications for Licenses fo be made to - Commissioners. 2. Applications foi licenses to cut timber on Crown lands or holdings under part III. of "The Crown Lands Act of ISSI," must be made to the commissioner, and must be accompanied with the fees hereinafter pre- scribed. On receipt of an application the commissioner will exercise his discretion as to granting or withholding the license ap- plied for, according to the circumstances of the case. The Commissioner to attend at convenient jMi'ats of kit district if required. 3. The commissioner ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD.) NOTICE. NDSSS will I» rewired ap tj 6 o'clock THIS EVKNINO, for Fencing the Road through Fallon's Selection, in accordance ] with plans, specifications, and conditions to be seen at the Board's Office. Tendere-s to bc responsible for any damage or loss the holder of Selection No. 106 may from cattle straying or otherwise during the term of contract. C. GARDINER, Engineer to the Board. Cairas Qaartz CrasMag (NO LIABILITY.) APPLICATIONS are invited for the position of WORKING MANAGER to the above Company. The applications, accompanied by testi- monials, to be addressed to HOBSON, DBAPEK AND Co., net later than April 18,1885. W. D. HOBSON, ' Acting Secretary. Calci« Qsjsawto Cl (NO LIABILITY.) THE FIFTH CALL of ls per share is now payable at the once of HOBSON, PBAPBS AMD Co., Esplanade, Cairns. w. D: HOBSON, Acting Secretary. rpo LET, Six-acre PADDOCK, securely -E. fenced, well grassed and watered ; three mile« fron Cairns, on the Muhrrave road. Apply FRED. T...
Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
j Onr Brisbane Letter. . (FKOX OUB OW» COERKSHiVTlEST.) .,, BOTH thc Premier ¡md tlie leader of llie Opposition are about to leave the me- tropolis fora time, and will have oppor- tunities of promulgating their verv different vi«, wa of thing« political in thc provinces. Sir Thomas Mcilwraith sturts to-day.for Townsville, where wc bear he is to be banqueted. Thence he goes out west to risit bis stations on the Diamantina, and will probably re- turn by. .way of Bockhumpton. . Mr. (JrilKth and" thc Ministry visit Mary- borough early in next month to attend a banquet to be given in their honour there. It is said, however, that they are so unpopular there that, in despair of getting the British working men to attend the banquet funds have been raised by the Ministerial party to pay for 40U free tickets to be given to Germans. 1 think it is a great mistake for any politician to display so openly bis dependence on the foreign element in our population tor support, lt does not look patriot...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
.OTJTH ATJSTKAUA. I - ADELAIDE, March 30. A large deputation, appointed by the Tariáf Kevùuoa Association, represent- ing the Tarions trades, interviewed the Treasurer OB Saturday in support of tlie revised tariff, chiefly comprising 20 per cent, duties. The different speakers urged au increase of thc duties, so as to give occupation and promote the | national good. They defined the good 1 that Would rüsult front increased ¡.rice of articles, and referred, to Victoria in support of their statement. The Treasurer, in reply, said lie regretted thc continued depression, and the peri- lous times through which the colony was passing, and if he thought protec- tion would Le a remedy for the evils lie would not hesitate to advocate it, hut lie had considered thc revision of the tariff with thu view of encouraging local industries, and had prepared a tariff which he would shortly submit to his colleagues, and he believed it was one which would foster local industries. To a certain extent he...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before W. E. O. Hill, Ksq., P.M.) I Budden \*. Simpson -Claim for £7 10s, for goods delivered. Continued for service of iuunions. . Maundell v. Bageldey.-Claim for £1 l!).s, for work done. Adjouraed until next sittings. Begley v. Maunsell.-Cluiui for Ü1 4a, damages done to material. Adjourned until next sittings. Divisional Board v. J. M'Xisli.-Claim for rates, £5 ls. Verdict for plaintiffs « ith cotsts, ÜI fi*. Divisional Board v. J. Purser.-Claim for rates, JT5. Verdict for plaintiffs willi costs, jfcl Os. Divisional Board v. F. T. Wimble-.Claim for rates on unconfirmed selection, ÜC 8s. ; This was a summons taken out to form a j test case to try if the Board possess the j power to force the payment of rates on un- confirmed selections. Defendant, however, 1 paid the amount sued for into court. I
LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUERNSLAND. HERBERTON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
LATEST BY WIRE. [FKOBJ OCR OWN couuroxDixT.] QUEKHSLAHD. HKBUEBTOX, March 27. A flight rush in taking place to the vicinity of tue Boar Pocket, ou the Herbertou and Caima road, where payable gold is said to have been found. Forty Chinamen arc on the »pot. A discovery of alluvial tin is reported to have taken place in a gulley running from Irvinebank to the Great Western Co 's machine. Knauour nays . Sib to the dish has been prospected. March 30. Mr. Hume Black, M.I.A., arrived here by coach, without notice, on Saturday afternoon, and addressed a well attended meeting in the School of Arta at 8 o'clock in the evraing. He was 'well received, aud frequently ap- plauded; but the audience was some- what unsympathetic, though perfectly orderly. Personally Mr. Black ia vary popular, aud received m war« weleotae., , f April 1. The local alluvial tost company are on tia, but lumssWMh waavvto oaataad with:""*.'".*,IM"*T"""""" '"" The discovery of alluvial tin betwaon Irvinebank and Watsonvill...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 April 1885
Social Colman. APLIX, BKÓWX AXD CO., LlMlTKD, TOWNSVILLE-. THE above Company intern! running a Steamer between Townsville. Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone River, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon. For Fares and Freights applv to BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. EDITHVALE AND WHARF. SWALLOW'S The s.s . ZEUS will leave for the above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock a.m.. Returning same day, com- mencing on Monday, the Sth inst. For Fares and Freights, applv BURNS, PH ILP 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:- Corner Spenee-street and Esplanade, next to the Post un J Tete graph Office, Cairns. Cauca of England. XJSV. G. R. F. NOBBS will ...