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MILLS UNITED DIVIDEND. (By Telegraph). CHARTERS TOWERS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

MILLS UNITED 'DIVIDEND. (liv Telegraph). CHARTERS TOWERS, Monday. anils' TJnitod G.M. Co. Ltd., have declared a-dividend of 2/- per share, equal to £30,000. After tho dividend lins been paid thc company will have a credit balance of £35,000.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining Wires. THE DURHAM CONSOLS. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. (By Telegraph.) GEORGETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

Minini Wires. THE ' DURHAM CONSOLS. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. - . (By Telegraph.) ? ' ^ GEORGETOWN, Monday. At tho half-yearly general meeting Af tho shareholders of tho Durham Consols Gold Mining Co. Ltd.; on Sa- turday, the Chairman v(Mr. C. Kar lus) ; congratulated tho shareholders oh the improved" prospects of the minc. The stone had improved . con- siderably as development proceeded, there being moro ]and better ore showing than ali the lust ,. meeting. The new make of heavily mineralised stone discovered in a winze " sunk 35 feet deep in Ko. 2 level, had assayed ns high ns 46 ounces of gold jicr ton, and an average sample taken, from all over thc winze, from both sides and lottom, assayed 5 .ounces 12 dwts. of gold per ton. None of this pre had boen crushed. This' make of heavy mineralised ore had now been traced below #the . No. 3 level, and above the No. 2 level. Thc ore,' how- ever, is so heavily mineralised that, with the present appliances as much gold would'be run into tho ta...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE Chillagoe, b 4/8, s 4/9 Gilmore's, b 6/7, s 6/11 .Mount Molloy, b 10/-, s 10/3 O.K., b 5/3, s 5/4 CHARTERS TOWERS. Durham Consols, b 3/1. s 3/8 Mount Molloy, 9/10, s 10/G Mungana Co., b 7/3 O.K., b 5/3, s 5/8 Gilmores, li 6/6, s 6/10 ADELAIDE. O.K., b 5/3, s 5/6 . Mount Molloy, b 10/-, s 10/3 Mungana Co.¿ b 7/6, s 7/8

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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FREE EVERY MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

FREE EVERY MONTH, Every doy in the month, until fur- ther "notice I will give JV ' numbered ticket with every purchase made at my Drug Store, which will entitle thu holder to a chance of gaining a val- uable gift. December prizes are: 1st, Set carvers ; 2ml, Cruet ; 3rd, Jam Dish. Winning numbers in lo- cal P.npers and in window first day of each month. Winning numbers, November comi>etitjon :-1st, 5135 2nd, ¡5054'; 3rd, 1169. (Drawn by W. Barnwell, Es:|.). Lennon, Chem- ist (By examination), Abbott St. (next Draper's), Cairns.

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A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

I : i A FRIEND Or THE FAMILY. > Is Hr. Sheldon's New Discovery, Ihn well-known,remedy for all Chest and Lung troubles ls 6d and 3s \KT bot--* Ile. Obtainable nt all Chemists and storekeepers. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBBO.OAj TION for RHEUMATISM,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

DEAF Having been naturally cured (rom deafnets uid most ?ii'stressinpliead-nofses, without any medicine or electricity, «¡118»nd to »ll unfortunate sufferers FEiE,' information how to cure'themielvei at the'r own homes with pure'naturnl aural kinetic!, Ox NEKTioaiso Tun rtraa. ADDR»8«: " mtOSCUPL-," 90 Pitt Streut. Syrfty, W.S.W. Remain

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Fearnley & Cc., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

«5W5^ïI-J;;;ïwnilear' & Cc, ¿td. I" .."-.linden (G.A. Co.). via Torres Straits, for Marseilles, Amsterdam and Hamburg, is due in Townsville about December 4, calline: at Cairns if sufficient inducement offers. Bremen (N.D.L.. Co.). 11,570 tons, will leave Sydney on December 3 for London and Bremen via ports. Taiyuan (CN. Co.) far Hongkong, leaves Cairns about the 9th Decem- ber. Changsha, from Hong Kong is due ¡here about 20th instant.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

thc World's " Family Medicine. A family medicine is a necessity. The human body is an intricate piece of machinery which is easily put out of order, and unless the wrcfig be righted in its early stages a general break-down is certain. Thewisekeep thcYVorld's Family Medicine always at hand, and this is universally acknowledged to be A dose taken when ailments arise will quickly remove the cause of thç trouble, and good health will speedily be restored. They cleanse the system, tone up and regulate the digestive organs, and stimulate the Liver and Kidneys to healthy action. Always keep Beecham's Pills in the house, and as occasion requires take a dose and you will enjoy perennial good health. LENNON SAYS !-Perspiring human- ity relieved at my fountain. Fruit flavors. All the wanted kinds. Lennon, Chemist (next AvJ± Br*" ¿THE DOCTOR KNOWS that a pure stimulant act» as a restorative in bodily and mental fatigue. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is an absolutely pure spirit used and recommended for over...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
XMAS, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

XMAS, 1907. Only, turee short weeks now and the festive season will be upen us once again, and during that timo the question which will be of thc great- est moment to most heads of ' famil- ies will be the purchasing pf Xmas supplies. A great many, shopkeepers look upon this time of thc year os AU Ç inducement to to stick ou <^ra l>ro- ? fits,: but-to ibo an exception, to thc * general rule? Messrs. Mayers', Limit-. ed, thc.big-Universal Distributors ;T6I" ? "Abbott-street," haw decided to . hold a Xmas Fair, and so give tho public Sm opportunity of getting ' more for their money from them than they can elsewhere. Every deportment in the . house participates in the Fair, and jas Mayers, Limited, is "thc house where quality counts . .first," Xmas buyers cannot do better than make straight for thc People's Palace Em- porium, and participate in thc good things on offer lhere.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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NELSON, POLICE STATION, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

NELSON, POLICE STATION, Etc. A. íravclling correspondent of. the "Towers Telegraph" in the course of a lengthy article, has the following apropos the picturesque little suburb oí Cairns:-Some sixteen miles from: Cairns is the township of Nelson, si) uated on the western bank of the Mul grave River. A large* central mill occupies the eastern portion " of the .town area, while the . extensive re- serve' in the central Square is .devoted to public buildings, namely;'- a police ? station, a disgrace to any civilised community calling itself British." The train .stops: at a small platform tot- ally inadequate for. the . general ac- commodation of the pulilic . traffic. ' A goods slied, post and telegraph of- fice, (and i railway platform are all ; combined, except for a partition. The . post office might as well be anywhere i else. There is evidently plenty to do both for the. company and Govern- ment,, by a man who is evidently capable, with à youth as his assist- ant. A hot- air pumpin...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

:\ . - CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING, INSURANCE. Work of all kinda. Agents for OCEAN Passenger and Freight Steamship lines to and ¿rom Europe, America, and the East." Shippers of ores, matte, metals, timber, or other products for Stat«, interstate, English, or other ports jrill find it to their advantage to communicate .with us. FEARNLEY & CO., LTD., -late J. C. FEARNLEY Telephone No. 59. Telegram«.-Fearnley, Cairns. . BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. ISLAND LINE OF STEAMERS. To New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Sydney and vice versa. Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from Cool- town, December 7th. Mokambo, Captain H. Wcatherall, from Cooktown, January 11th. Bound trips can be made, return- ing coastwise by the steamers of the ~ ¿UJ.S.N. Co., Ltd. For particulars as to fares apply BWBÄ«a«KS..'»HXL.,B_&.-C.O LTD. T Cairns. ' »--?>.; .

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GOWRIE'S SAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

GOWRIE'S SAILING. | - 1 Passengers hy the Howard Smith Company's steamer Lass o' Gowrie, arc notified that the vessel will sail for Townsville via usual ports at nine o'clock to-morrow morning.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. Burns Philp & Co. Ltd., Agents. Kuranda, from Townsville via ports ls duo here every Tuesday, afternoon, leaves for Port Douglas same after- noon, returning Tuesday night and leaving on Wednesday morning on thc return. Wodonga from Melbourne to Cook- town via ports left Brisbane on Sa- turday. She is due inj JMackay and Townsville to-day and here on Thurs- day. Eastern (E. & A. Co.) from Hong- kong en route to Melbourne, is due at Cairns on 14th December. Empire (E. & A.) for Hongkong ,ria ports, leaves Cairns on the 10th December. Moldavia (P. & 0.), for London via Plymouth, leaves Sydney at neon on. December 7. Nikko Maru (N,Y.K.) for "Japan leaves Townsville on December 9. Kumanb Maru (N.Y.K.) from Ja- pan, en route, to Melbourne, leaves' Townsville December 13. Moresby (B.P. Line) for Sydney ;tfa Nsw Guinea 'and Sdlonnn Is- lands, leaves Cooktown on December [7th. .Airlie (B.P. Line) for Singapore Tia ports, leaves Cairns on De...

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Our Oceans are Vast Gold Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

Our Oceans are Vast Gold Hines. In their sixty-five quintillions of cnbio . feet of water are restlessly tossing about seventy-five billion tons of gold ; enough to give every person on earth £676,480. Were .all this water to freeze, and be cut into cubes a foot in dimension, a pillar built of the blocks of ice piled one upon another would penetrate upwards more than a quad- rillion of miles, or farther than some of ' the fixed stars.

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Our Miscellany. FOR LOCAL READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

Our Miscellany, FOB LOCAL BEADERS, . Ellsworth was silent for a while, giving her timo to get back to herself again. " But his other name-you haven't told me that yet," he reminded her after a little. . " Thinkot.it, and I've been in your house nearly an hour I " He laughed and took up another picture. "Ofcourse. How very absurd ol men. Barsdale is his name ; John Morton Bars- dale. Isn't it a coincidence ? " Ellsworth felt his heart pounding against his side like a trip-hammer, but he merely nodded in an offhand manner and changed ' the subject. An hour and a half Inter, Mrs. Bars- dale pressed, a tear - drenched, but very radiant face to an inanimate piece ol cardboard, murmuring foolish words ol en- dearment to the face that smiled away her fears. " You dalling," she breathed softly, " to think that I doubted you ! " Ellsworth returned tb his hotel in the fast j s»thoting darkness, his head bent, a prey to livrions anil conüicting emotion... " If there ever was a d-d rascal l .. ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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What a Dunce Means. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

' What a Dunce Urbans. , The SiztiT ol a century'ago exists no longer except in fiction. He was originally ; a needy scholar whose " assize," or portion, . of food was supplied to him by a wealthier : student in return for various services ren- dered. At Cambridge an extra allowance from the buttery over and above that furnished at commons is still known as. a " size." College servants at Cambridge are ¡ ' known as Gyps. This is an uncompli- ' mentary term, for it is derived from a Greek word meaning vulture. The inference ig obvious. . The stupid boy may have vaguely wondered why he was so often called " Dance." The originator of the word was a very celebrated philosopher of the thir- teenth century, named Duns Scotus. But his teachings afterwards fell into contempt, [ and his pupils were held up to ridicule under i the names of Danse men, which later Was lontracted into " Dunces."

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE NEWS. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

TELEGRAMS, BRISBANE NEWS« BRISBANE, Monday. Early, this morning a ure brose out . in the Kedron Park Hotel, Lutwyche, causing a great deal of damage* - The . Uro brigade succeeded in saving a : portion of the building,. ~ Tho Q. ii. Bank to-day paid over to the Queensland . Government £60,000, being tho instalment which under the scheme of arrangement was not due until Juno nest..- .

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THAT FATAL QUARREL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

THAT--FATAL-.QUARREL..? - SYDNEY, Monday. The polnce yesterday Douraea mc Oroya and arrested six men on a charge of being 'concerned in the death . of\ Quartermaster Emmerson who died in the Sydney Hospital the previous day from a fractured skull alleged to havo been received during a quarrel on Friday night. The ac- cused were brought up to-day and . remanded. . " ' WRECK OF A BARQUE. ,

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WORKS OF ART. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

WORKS OF ART. Referring to on exhibition ol arts and crafts held in Brechin, Scot- land, and 0{>cned hy thc Countess of Southesk, fhc following- paragraph appeared in a| Scotch paper ..-"In the sculpture work, only one compcti tor, Mr. Jas. Tosh, entered, hut his exhibits were of such excellent and careful workmanship that one «lid not miss others. Hir '(three studies, "Dinna and Virgins," *'Can't you Talk," and "The Graces," all in marble, were very fine and artistical- ly oNocuted, but it was in his free- stone bust of "Carlyle" that wc find ".leonis" at his best, the likeness 1 ic- ing almost lifelike, and one had no- thing but praise for it. It certainly j well deserved the medal awarded bj tho judges, and was the most adm ir- ed exhibit in the Lesser Hall." Mr. James Tosh is an uncle of our res- pected Mr. Robert Craig, and is welt known ns an astronomer and clever sculptor. Mr. ICraig intends to get the bust of "Carlyle" sent out to Cairns if his uncle will part with it.

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SPYING OUT THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 3 December 1907

SPYLN'G- OUT THE LAN Di Amongst tho passungers by thc Lass o' Gowiic.on Sunday was Mr, .Corrie, a new South Wales Pastoral ist, who is en route to Atherton anti district Xor the purpose of inspectinc land with a view to settlement. When Spoken to Mr. Corrie stated that he bad visited thc Darling Downs on the way up from Sydney, and had proceeded as far west as lloma. He did not consider thc Darling Downs good from a dairying point ci view, and n commenting on the closer set (tlempnt scheme remarked that the Government were cutting up the land into arcas which he consideroii) far too small. Closer settlement, he added, might l>o all very well along thc const, but inland the settlers re- quired thousands of acres. Speaking . of his experience of dairying in New South Wales, Afr. Corrio remarked that the climate of North Queens 6and api>cared to him to be unsuit- able for the dairying industry to flourish here, and should he be im- pressed with the Atherton lands, and take up a s...

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