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Scene in Abbott Street. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
Scene in Abbott Street. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 1st Speaker (referring to a little knut of passing people): "And who are those distinguished looking strangers 1-quit» theatrical looking." 2nd Speaker : " They aro members of the Mareeba Dramatic Company. That distinguished looking foreigner with the helmet hat is Don Ciusar de Milky White, the Cow Keeper." 1st Speaker: "And tho lady on his arm 1" 2nd Speaker : "That, my dear fellow, is Mademoiselle Annie de Dowling, pro- prietress of the Celebrated Baby Linen . Emporium, tinder the distinguished patronage of Hon. Victor Hood, ad- mittedly the keenest judge of baby-flesh in the district." 1st Speaker : " Dashing looking girl, by .love." 2nd Speaker: "Yes, and a regular Helen Terry on the stage. However, jo^wiU ac^injr.to-n^ 1st Speaker: "Would that tho hour had arrived. Aru there any vacancies in the Club? (Aside) Fluttering heart, bo still! And who is that pretty young lady walk- ing near that cow-boy looking fellow ?" 2nd Speaker : " H...
Hodgkinson Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
Hodgkinson Leases. Tile following, is a full list of the teases taken np at th* Warden's Office, Thornborough, since last September : October 28, Monarch, 8 acres, Giellis and perry, October 2, Monarch, 25 acres, Hall. October 2, Monal ch, 25 acres, Hall November 2, Explorer, 6 acres, En- right. December 5, Leviathan, 10 acres, Enright. December 7.-Lone Star, 25 aerea, Cairns. December 14, Black Ball, 5 aerea, Enright. - ila-ot 8, 1807, Tasmania, 10 acres, Longden. March 25, Tasmania, 15 acres, Longden. March 29, Home Rule, 15 acree, Thompson. March 29, Pioneer, 25 acres Thomp- son. April 9, Cardigan, etc., 25 tetes, Stuart. April 9,Enterprise, 10 acres, Stuart. April 9, Just in Time, 10 acres, Stuart. April 12, Commodore, 25 acres Howe. April 23, Pig Hill, 10 acres, Stuart. April 23, Pig Hill, 25 acre«, Ogg. April 23, Land of the Hills, 25 acres. Ogg. April 23, Mark Twain, 20 acres, Stuart. April 23, Empress of India, etc., 25 acres, Stuart.
The Hodgkinson. ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
The Hodgkinson. ODDS AND ENDS. It ¡A becoming more and more i parent to'lioso who have been or « are inspecting the Hodgkinson Go field nf to-day, and obtaining the b information procurable, from offic records as td the past.returns from t various mines, and from old hands w were on the ground in the "'early da; that as a preliminary necessity capil to the extent of from £500 to £50 BS the case may be, is a sine qtta non open out and prospect the ground every, mine below the variou« o - shafts from which good crushing* we got in tho early days. That 99 out every hundred claims that were high payable on the surface were abandone when, tho gold: became poorer, withoi any prospecting whatever to find ll rich stone again, is an undoubted fact in the eeceptional cases where, furtln prospecting waa entered upon system* tically, good gold was invariably nu with, as in the Black Bal!, Genero Grant, Monarch, Queenslander, ? t&lt; The Rev. J. E. Tenison-Woods wh paid the (Hd a visit o...
Some Economic Plants Growing at State Nursery Kamerunga. (No. 8.—BANANA.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
I Some Economic Plants Grow l lng at BUta Buwery1 Kamerunga. BvE. COWLE v. (No. 8.-BANANA.) It will, perhaps, lo some of your readers seem strange that the banana has not formed the subject for an earlier article in this series, as it forms one of the most important items in our every day mercantile life. Perhaps, also, it may be said " What is there about the banana that wc do not eveiy one of us know î and " ot what is the use reading two columns' of rot. I am surprised at the editor filling up so much valuable space on such a subject, etc., etc." But I, who have known the banana from childhood, and in a way been associated with it ever since, do not by any means consider that the subject is yet mastered ; but as I have frequently re- marked " a banana is a banana to most people," no matter of what variety it may be. If it is yellow witli a few dark spots or even rotten at the end, it is all right ; it is usually gobbled up, arid the skin thrown no matter much where-often, however...
School of Arts Ball, Mareeba. (FROM A COREESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
School of Arts Ball, Mareeba. (FROM A CORKKsroNUKXT.) Race-day in Mareeba was fittingly ter- minated by the "Grand Ball" held al night in the hall of the School of Arts, and in aid of the same institution. Once more success was the order of the day, or rather I should say night, for both financially and otherwise evciything turned out. well. Dancing com- menced punctually at 9. p.m., anil Air J. \V. Walton again acted in the capacity of M.C., and the varied programme, suitable to ali lovers of gay tcrpischore, once more verified thc Mareeba maxim, "Leave everything to Jack and it will come out alright." Mr A. H. Hort, in his well-known perfect style, pro- vided the necessary music ¡piano), and, it is almost needless to add, gave universal satisfaction. There were between thirty and forty couples present, and in the large hall al their disposal, comfort and no vexatious bumping helped to increase one's pleasure. Let me, in referring to the ladies themselves and their dresses, observe...
Divisional Board Responsibility. BOARD AND COUNCILS NOT LIABLE FOR BAD ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
Difisiohal Board Responsi- bility. BOARD AND COUNCILS NOT LIABLE FOR BAD ROADS. We-have had the following in type I for some time, bearing as it does upon the important subject of the resjronsi bilily.of local Government bodies. Tho below published evidence and sum ruing up in a recent case at Mackay will doubtless be read with interest: A. MoRGAtf v THE PIONEER DIVISIONAL ; BOAKD. . ' " Mr F. II. Smith ap|>eared for the Plaintiff and Mr D. A. Ross instructed by Mr'S. B. Wiight for the defen- dants.' Mr Smith, in opening the ctse, stated that the Plaintiff was the proprietor and driver of the coach running be- tween Mackay and Broadsound. On the 7th February last, whilst on his up journey, his coach was upset in Plane Creek resulting in one of his horses being killed, and several articles men- tioned in the particulate of claim being lost The Plaintiff alleged that the crossing at Plane Cieek over which Defendants had control harl becorot impassable with safety, and that th&a...
Mareeba Turf Club Races. FITZROY WINS THE DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
Mareeba Turf Club Races. FITZROY WINS THE DOUBLE. The Mareebt Turf Club Races came off on Tuesday, 22nd, ; Jubilee Day, and were a success in evety way. The racing was very good ami fair fields competed for each race. The racing commenced with the Trial Stakes. Blue Gum started favorite and the race was never in doubt, Btue Gum winning from end tn end hy six lengths. Tar Top ran very gamely, and with Blue Gum out of thc way she would have won rather easily. Six saddled up for the Flying Handicap, Fitzroy being thc public pick on the tote. Byron got thc best "f a very good stirt and led the field along for a couple of tarlinga, when he retired. Fitzroy and Destitute came round the turn together and a good race up the straight ended in a half length wiu for Fitzroy, with Notice twa lengths away, third, Whyong fourth, and Byron cantered in last. Only two saddled up for thc Handicap Hack, Notice and Whyong. A very good race wa» witnessed between these two ; they raced neck and neck all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
HOTEL :-: CECIL. .: ''" ."i . ? ; ..... TH'S HOTEL is of tko-most modern ? design, provided with all the latest .omfarta. - HOTnClrCILH'm by Familie« on aeeouat ol its quiet situation ia George 8treatv near Botanical Garden*' Qdeenáiacd Club, Govarnment Ornee*, Briahene. Private Suite*. BUliarda. firmal Réduction to Familien. TUeptonem. ! F l.ttYLOI.PaoMiETOi. CRAIG'S FEVER MIXTURE HAS CVRSP THOUSANDS, NOTICE. THE QUEENSLAND POST OFFICE DIRECTORY. 1897-1898. ESTABLISHED 1868. THK Undersigned desires to Inform the Pabtic of QaeeiiiTïail th»t h» hu' acquired fr»m Mesar» WBATHEHELL & Co, of Queen Street, Brittan*, the WOfiit mt *lTmi2üEENí*ASD POST OFFICE DIRECTORY. The works will be brought but with every care »nd attention to detail checked right ap to dáte,-ami will contain :. 1. Aa Alphabetical Directory cf all Stroeta of Brisbane, and the names of the occupiers of honsea. 2. An Alphabetical List of all Tr de« »nil Prof carions'carried on in the Colony, and the'nantes* of t...
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
NOTES AND NOTICES; —Attention is respectfully directed to a "Post" advertisement, over leader column. &nbsp; &nbsp; —Mr A. J. Draper holds a great drapery auc- tion sale at his rooms on Saturday next at 2.30 p.m. —An advertisement convening a meeting to &nbsp; establish a Provisional School at the Bellen- den-Ker Central Mill appears elsewhere. —The Cairns Caledonian Association intend to continue the quadrilles which have proved so popular during the past month. The quadrilles will be held in the Divisional Hall every Friday evening daring the &nbsp; season. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; —Mr G. Marshall, of Geraldton, has obtained a ten years lease of 33 acres of coffee (two years old) from the Colonial S.B. Co., at Hambledon Plantation, for the rental of £2per acre per aunum, with the right to raaaw for eight years. —A committee meeting of the members of the C.A.T.B. waa held on Wednesday even- ing at Mr. F. C. Northage...
BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
BRIEFS. Conversation in loud tones is not exactly the correct thing in a place of worship St. John's Anglican Church was thc I seine of this continued nuisance on Sunday evening last. : I It may be a sure means of making i one's presence evident, bat it certainly denotes want of good taste and lack of consideration for other people, Thc customs of church-going people should not be ignore 1. Is our suggest:*,Î re' Saltwater Baths to be entertained in any way ? If three ladies were to form them- selves into an organising committee, they could easily bring the baths into existence. As a preliminary, these ladies should wait upon every business man in town and urge the desirability of providing a place for a salt-water dip. I Then if nothing resulted they should organise a concert'and dance and make a " won't-take-a-No" subscription.... A hundred pounds could bc raised easily in twelve months. .. - , AU it wants-is some active-lady to say to a suitable friend,-"I'm willing to tty this ;...
THE LAND COMMISSION AND CHINESE AGRICULTURE. [TO THE EDITOR "POST."] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
THE LAND COMMISSION AND CHINESE AGRICULTURE. [To TRI EDITOR "POST."J Sir,-Some years ago in a. communication to the Colonia! Secretary's department I ad Toeattd that acomrnisawn be appointed to enquire into the working of the Land Act. I commend the action of the Commiaaioners in plainly stating that the principal growers of produce tn the Cairns district are Chinamen, I was one of the few Barron Valley settlers that refused to lease land to the Chinese, and stuck to my resolution. Mark the result. It is a little over 8 years since one of them offered to clear my selection for five years use of it free, and afterwards £l per acre ; to-day I am no longer the owner: of freehold property but am camping in a tent, while other settlers are drawing an annual income from their Chinese tenants, and can afford to drive a boggy. ' In your issue of the 2nd inst., a well-known Barron Valley settler states that the Commissioners came to Atherton, "and there the examination began and ended." I ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 June 1897
T .- ~m ' a^~v WHOLESALE COFFEE MERCHANT. GROWN A VD MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LEWIS, ' AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TOY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN 1-Ib. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairn», Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbinn, California Creek, The Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other.| Try One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer plcdees his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE .'. GRESHAM .". HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, Proprietress. IE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre of thc main block Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Well-known Wines nnd Spirits ...