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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
¡PCT Steedm&n's SOOTHING . Powders Relieve FEVERISH HEAT. PrcvtntFITS.CONVULSlONSdc Piervc » healthy stitt ol the conslitviisn IN CHILDREN. - PItuc »b.trvc thc EC in STEEDMAN. The«* powder* contain FM NO POISON IFF Bender's Food is mixed with fresh new milk when used» is dainty and delicious. Highly nutritive, and most - easily digested. Infants thrive on it, and delicate or aged persons enjoy it. Bengcr's Food is sold in lins, by all . - Chemists; eic, ottywherc
NORTHERN STATE FARM, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
NORTHERN STATE FARM, -" I away^tvtbo cstaLrSimcnl ofan ex-" |perimcntal 'Xanu 'In'.thc North-moro; especially '^that; part- of" tho North sui rounding - Cairns-and good -luck to them, says thc Ingham " Plan- ter," Ono of-their - contentions is that students trained in the South- ern or Central farms would be, for practical purposes, of very little use, where tropical agriculture ts concern- ed, as thc conditions governing tro- pical and* temperate climate tillage and cultivation are so diffeccnt. What, are -the Herbert -folk, doing ? This is a matter of more direct in- terest and benefit to them than; many others taken up by thc newly-formed Sugar Producers' Association. ? Any- thing in the way of experimental farming" herd'depends on individual effort-not' through the efforts of a body' whose work should bo in that : direction as apart from politics. For instance;''tho' Sugar Producers' Asso- ciation at', one ?.' meeting, advocated more ¡ protection, for sugar, and also ; la reduct...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
':. CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING, 1 iii S USANCE. ' I Work of all kinda. Agents for OCEAN Passenger and Freight' Steamship lines tb and from *' r Europe, America, and the:East. Shippers of . ores, matte, metals, . timber, or other products for State. . ' Interstate, English, or other ports . .will find it to their advantage to communicate with us. * 'FEARNLEY & CO., LTD., J. G. FEARNLEY Telephone No. 59. Telegrams.-Fearnley, Cairns. BTJWS PHILP & CO. LTD, ISLAND UNE OF dTF.AMEltS. To New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Sydney and vice versa. Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from COOK town, December 7th. Mokambo, Captain H. WeatJierall, from Cooktown, January 11th. Round tripi can .be made, return- ing coastwise by the steamers of the A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. For particulars as to fares apply BURNS PHILP & CO LTD. v, «¿airas. - v.- .
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
SHIPPING,1 -j -, ARRIVAL. Dec. JW," Lass o*.Gowrie, Captam December 15. Tom Fisher (schoon- er) "'CapUia-Härtung, from Tliursdaj IslanU. Ke r, from, Port Douglas. Passengers: -Mesdames Crees, Hongego, Misses Cole, Partner, Messrs Dan, Cole, Midd'lcinas and 3 in the steerage. Howard Smith Co. Ltd., Agents.
Told By Telegraph. THE BURKE ELECTION. GEORGETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
Told By Telegraph. THE jJüHKE ELECTION. - . GEORGETOWN, Monday. .Local politics to-day have token a new turn. Mr. Swiss Davies notifies that he has t decided ; to withdraw from thc Burke contest. Mr. J. P. Hoolan, who was prcsct't ed with a numerously signed requi- sition last week, was a doubtful can- didate in view of .0 triangular fight, but-now if thc contest resolves itself into a straight go : between him and Maxwell; it is probable that Hoolan will go to the poll. Mr. William Crambswill contest,the seat provided Hoolan will not con- test against a third candidate. .*
AMBULANCE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
iy AMBULANCE CA&E, -i^âk. C. CravçitjU. uI Abbott Street, . TBáV~]USt-completed what may be ; . termed a wimble triumph ia the . confectioner's art, in the «shape pf a large cake which has been uonated , to ' the Cairns Ambulance Brigade. .?: Thc cake is three tiers high and thor . oughly ornomemwl throughout. On . - - the top tier stands thc model of a ', . . hiter containing tin injured man auh .-??-?i.- t\vo bearers are also Axed on the 'outside in tho attitude of wheeling their patient. The photo of the late lt. Mi Stevens, father of tho Queens- land . Ambulance Brigade, is also to be seen on the top tier and artistic ?v - ally framed in with miniature silver halls. The second division of the , :. ? - cate contains the portraits of the present Cuirns Ambulance Commit l«e, together with that of thc ener ; " * gutic"isuperintendent, Mr. M. J. Ho . ~ r gan. Thc third tier is prettily or namentcd with, holly leaves and l>er . : ...» rle»,, which is eminently appropriate ?...
SCHOOL RIFLE-GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
SCHOOL. RIFLE-GIKLS, :~-^laôyé&iy in the way of "brcaking np'Vttiolt- place at Clermont -College. Itandwickjv*..;the" other day, when tho Claremont Miniature Kiflc Club ccm initt«e 'entertained a number oí pup- ils, cx.pupils, and friends at a trifle evening."- Shooting competitions re- sulted in Miss Janie Hey winning the members' prize, "'and Mr. Alfred Coffey that for tho visitors. It is hoped by the . organisers that tho rifle shooting will stimulate interest in the work of thc National Defence League in coimecticn wieh which a school branch, has recently boon for- med, with the principal, Miss Fullcr son, as president.
"THE RED FUNNEL." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
: í' THE" KED. FUNNEL/-. We:: 'fa'1? .to acknowledge receipt from Messrs Craig and Whittick i of .the double Christnaas number of the "Ked: runnel." Throughout - thc year this useful monthly compilation has enjoyed public favor largely, and, tile present number is certainly the crowning effort. An. interesting and entertaining description of the "All Mack"- Tour of Australia, 1907, from the pen of Mr. Phill Harris forms the initial article of thc' magazine and is followed by a start- ling drama of an adventure n a Malayan jungle. "Trafalgar and Tsushima'' by F. Gisborne will be Jfound especially instructive, dealing as it does with the naval engage- ment between Admiral Togo's vessels and the Baltic fleet. An interesting comparison between this battle and the memorable Trafalgar is also drawn, the article proving of the greatest intercs-t throughout. The usual humorous page is to be found in the compilation and the remain- ing'contributions are also well worth Perusal, and worth the...
MT. MOLLOY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
"MT. MOLLOY UNE." " ; '.i- 1HPSM¿ advices state .that the con- structional1 thc line to "Mount Mol lcy is* proceeding rapidly, some ¡twelve .or thirteen miles being now completed. Last week tho sawmill was moved to within nine miles of Jit. Molloy. A little rain has been experienced 'throughout the district.
BEST LITTLE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
" BEST LITTLE WOMAN. vMany of tho great men of our age hâve followed the example of Marl- borough and Gla'dstorie, and acknow- ledged how much of their success in life was due so their wives. At the banquet tendered to him in Sydney last week, Professor David made simi- lar acknowledgments. He said thnt any measure of success he had attain- ed,, any thins., that had, ...Uxai account-, ly to thc inspiration of Mrs. David. His wife was thc best little woman in tho world, and he lind done noth- ing without her help and encourage- ment. Thc guests then rose and drank Mrs. ravid's health with ac- clamation, a tribute which the pro- fessor feelingly acknowledged.
SCENE IN THE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
SCENE IN THE DOCK. Tho Syrian young man, ' Norman Moses, who had pleaded guilty to a charge of demanding money with me- naces from Mr. Samuel Hordern, was called for sentence afc tho- P¡ir dinghurst court on Friday week. Judge Docker, addressing the prison- er said he disl>clicvcd some of the statements made by the prisoner, whom he regarded as a. dangerous man, who had fallen into his own trap. The fact that the prisoner had carried a revolver showed that kc was ready to enforce his threats. At (this stage Ihe prisoner lurched for- ward in tho dock, and swinging aga- inst the low iron rails fell in on epi ,eptic fit, during which he struggled violently and made hoarse sounds. With some difficulty he was taken from the dock to a room outside the court where four men held him down. Ile recovered in about 20 min- utes, and was then sentenced to three years' imprisonment with hard labor, but his Honor said he would recom- mend his release if two sureties in £100 each were entered in...